The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 13, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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. So well are all our wants ,,lii>]>lird, iognomy'' What is the matter with your ]little suaectin the dark cloud then gatheringin TiE A TL-E GROUND OF TEXAS. --Correspondence of the Boston-Pott. idea Of.lhis crystal pool in a lonely give pine a 1brcofFlorida.

t Thate scarce deem it d uc, when said, mouth ? Indeed its exertions in permitting teribe] fury above his devoted heart-! Te invasion of Texas, by Mexico in 1830, Tallahassee, Fa., Jan. 23, 1847. On one side are two large white

; That Lumin: ones, like us, Have; died- your sage admonitions to flow out have bee Again we say, how short-sighted we mortalsare ] ended in the defeat and capture of Tallahassee has been celebrated. rocks projecting into the middle of the spring

: Arc dung now-for wa.Di! of bread! too great for its naleular! strength, and thereit A knock at the door is hear; Willis Santa Anna at San Jacinto, was not the first the refinement and long for The water seems to come from beneath them,
.. Died vf Starvatio'i! !"-All'! no more hangs literally paralized Ugh !" receives a letter from his ; is disinherited struggle between the contending armies in As I think I mentioned hospitality in last its citizens.. where they form a sort of cavern, like the

r Fau c at the wottl, or d,11Lt< the tale ; Look here, sir, you have: paid! enough, and ; his troubles had now begun. Poor that country. In the year 1813, Mexico he. al colony that first settled my Florida, the origin n'adcup dark unfathomed cares of ocean. I The wa,
, 3t! much as I intend enduring !" vociferated Willis not to have scaled those lettfn mg then under the dominion was
Each hip that Cometh to (*>r shore you ought of Spain, a ]large of various nations. It started ter to be shallow on the top of thork
from the appar
: From Erin's i!landbnn's the wail Harry "I told you not to be too certain of before you backed them. The one yo number of Mexicans inthe northern provinces island Minorica and settled St. I believe is only about 00 feet '

p Of millions callingfurout iid- obtaining your prize, and I yet tell you so.- designed for Laura jou sent to your father; undertook to throw off the Spanish yoke, and in 1555. Soma, of the first at Augustine From its limpidity the water has art
citizens of
Your father shall know of this before a week," and your father's Laura received. Of th.s were assisted by a powerful force volunteers appearance of coldness, but it is the
i Of sick and dung I.utnankiiid this place are descendants of Italians right J'
For, in the track b\ FAMINE made (twisting! ; his head,) '. :md then you will laugh] you are not aware, but soon you shall know. chiefly from the United States, and most of Turks, and Austrians temperature for a delightful bath ; about 70
the other side of mouth !" I the shock and will be en. them the remranTs many Spanish origin. Of of .
The FLAGVL, dirad; monster, ttalk. Ix-hiud'! on jour pity you hope you .renegade of the famous belles there are a goodly number and Talla degrees season is doubt- I f
. "* Your mouth whew !" snid tlii* torment allied to bear it Burr conspiracy. These adventurers, un. hassee ; less somewhat like winter in '

. *. Died of Starvation!"-I>id'"t Hum ],ear 'in" Willis. Jir-t then they saw their teacher Willis slept but ]little] that night. On the der Col. Kemp-r, encountered the Spaniards make, with its 2500 inhabitants, will perhaps -' and New York ; but the peeping Mas'chsett frogs, wild j; .

Those words, rroud w'mitl1.on thy tlirone- ii:sight, and soon their parlejing: ; was! hushed next morning, a he commenced preparing and loyal lcxicU on the f>h of February, in much wit, as good, loveliness a display and] and show as. flowers, green grass and singing birds remind .

' VICTORIA did thy gentle ear himself for journey to the designated placefor ojx1 field, not far distant from Bcnr,and defeated older and grace larger cities. beauty as many I us here that spring is at hand. The beautiful .'!

a E'er hark a start in; retch's! moan f- I'AkT II. his and Laura's meeting ; but, alas, he need them with considerable slaughter.] Immediately week at the mansion of Governor At a Call party that last white pond lily grows in the margin of the I :
. I If not, go list the frantic call On the following night, Harry wrote the not have prepared himself that journey, a ] subsequent to that action, another had the honor of I found spring, and ads much to the beauty of Ibo ] -

t Of those who crj' aloud for brt"3d- threatened intelligence to Willis father ; he he never took it Just as be was ting his ensued on the UUih March, between the Anglo and agreeable! attending The a largp scene. The is entirely] surrounded bj t; ;
Go where, like 1.11hll'lll.-a\'I'I.th(" fall. ill the mean time pretended submission) and cravat, a ]letter was handed in at the door ; it American and the Spanish force under bewitching sweetness company.of the fair beauty floridians a dense forest of pines oak cypres holly, 1,;;.

And gaze on the uncofiinrJ dead. seemed a more disinterested friend to Willis was Laura's hand-writing ; he devoured it Saldado amoimt/ng to I'J.OOO( ) men, with six was too captivating for a young bachelor and bay, &c., with and a straggling j fj;

..Died ol Starvation f-Slull we (lanJ] than he ever had been before. A week had with kisses; he pressed it lovingly to his pieces of ar-illery. Notwithstanding their if your correspondent is thought after to; be beech that looks some like the tenants of a t

and I heart ; he broke the seal, unfolded it, and numerical Jperiurity and advantage of position i. heartless northern forest If those we emi- J,1
Unmoved bj" Erin'lllIist.lJ' ? now clapped Harry, knowing it was nearly then say he lost his heart while saw were .
read : the i Usue was for thc ;. .Iu J... .L J -. .. .-..
tp<*. "
I time for Mr. Vcrnoti write back "iiiiiiutitiuu l'a quaarmc at uii .
Ah, no'! but let the helping hand to feigned evening in Rome, to "do Romans bVpuu'fog
do :
:%hiz. YERXOX irou A wl'ct of riflemen under 8 \
: corps one in Tallahassee. Gov. Call acted the
illness party
and returned home about miles
Go from amidst the blest and free! sixty on southern habits, being covered with tho ,
SnitBy letter I have received mailedto Lockett. the aitienti!! and :
a hlwtdlwn Spamtihi host with his accustomed princely bearing and
di A letter arrived from Willis' father
ant. ,
Let osditide with her our wealth !< everlasting moss. On return to 4
hut written father I learn that seized their while cypress our .
to therit.ht
mc, jour cannon, on good humored hospitality. His honor Judge
For her sad one cur gianariet and as lie was expecting to receive some tno- Iempl'r the city I 4
ope some :
J you neither lore me, nor hate an ilea of ever aiivl i I.! ,' on tho left, soon rOlttd thecnciin'h Bronson contributed his share towards theevening's gathered bt uieallpt'cmens
he broke the seal with unrestrained satisfaction .
nev, -
And to their wastms! orms give tiealil: ) one magnificent beauty, : !
me. I, therefore, in i; '". Four hundred :
manning |jMSSCS- \ Spaniards entertainment be has
Long : though
: And to their drooping pirits. hope.M38OSLLAH2OU3.. and read as follows : lef dwarf palmetto. It looks like an enormous "
L-. -. May 5th. 18-. sion of this intelligence, demand you a release -I were killed, amid a much greater mimb were : dancing. Go,". Duval]his }best f.
ran tho ] !
: edge appearing single ,and
'" .
from oft and numberless aid taken
our engagemerits. prisoners. aSpatiiaidofiJiatiiiguUheJ his hearers
! : WILLIS VERNON : Tult.co making laugh a they always the centre united, something Tike tho palm. 1
You arc a base wretch, sir, for thus fimily soldierly!
__ SIR :-From a reliable] source, I have been laugh at his inimitable] talent at spinning a leaf fans. This the j
-.- --- trilling with the feelings of a woman's heart demeanor. as general of 700() Mexicans, who The beautiful and Mrs. grows throughout pine
about ) accomplished
ll'rttten for t hi J'nrit1II. informed that you are to get married! yarn. and hammock land and is favorite
May heaven reward according to iniquities co-operated with Kemper, then commanded Long was the hostess, and made her a brows i
run louTiiFur wf>oiR; and to one Laura Mrliin. Surely, sir, lOll you your guests at for cattle.] The is also]
400) Anglo Americans. The two armies wereconfn.ncll home her and the pea-vine, or wiJ pea 11
by familiarity unaffected
oR THE BRIDKr.ROOM OP EIGHTEEN.EV aro hopelessly insane What can thus in- easy much sought for cattle] and
by places
the Your much injured and miserable on the margin of I the Medina, a with which she presided. In fact many I
BACK-WOOl's' ARTIsT." duce you to disregard friendly admonitionsof grace in ] conclude
LAURA MKLVIX. stream far distant from Uexar, Toledo, informing grows great plenty. J.c me my }
Author of The Victim," and other talo a too indulgent and fond parent ? Are you Jot .All went merry as a marriage bell, hasty sketch by advising all travellers who
- It and useless his lino of hattie had di the go *
is '
I'ARTI. tinder the baneful infl'icncc of sonic dependent utterly impossible wholly losltl till near the timo when Tallahassee, to visit the Wakulla spring.

'I of the witch of Endor ?" It is madnessin for us to attempt a description/I/ f feelingson Mexicans and .\nglo- \rnericans in "-the morn in russet mantle clad Ever CouccxrAw. :
"This is my eighteenth birth day-ho !F" exclaimed of this ]letter leave Tho the former disorganize yoqrs ,
I the extreme, sir, for you to even think of the perusal ; ant the com.tmiies.; flight of Walked o'er the dew wf}on high eastern Lilt. :

t Willis" Vernon, on meeting with Heny such a thing as marriage, and I trust jou have courteous reader to itmgine. I wept Ions .] th"latter, Jet they flinched not from There arc some natural curiosities in Flors From the of the Times. : :
CI Myers, and who can doubt, harry, that and loud, nor could he see any way to extricate I the contest t. but f fought! with a desperation! proportioned 8piri ,!
ida that Fifteen
than thus ] well mile
more sense to bring upon yourswli are .PLA THE GAME .
a ere next birth day! I hall be the : i worth'isiing. OU.
my himself from the difficulty Disinheritedliy to the of the occasion.
ruin and disgrace. If you preset! and do get I emergency from Tallahassee a very rcrarkaLe] spring. 'i fie manners of the ancien regime under :
bridegroom of the Laura Melvin !r'
pretty his f father discarded forever by the only : :So gallantly did acquit themselves that
j married I shall disinherit; you for ever, nor ; they The volume of water is equal to a good sized Louis XVI. tolerable well in the I
are depicted
. "That you will, 7, for one, doubt ery 'being he ever loved ; the only] al'ernativw' left the Spanish! cavalryas, broken, and Aredon- .
suffer to darken. door again. Do not river at into instead of
you my springing once being blowing little anecdote, which we extract i
much, replied Harry. rather ] if
indignantly, do l
him he
: as thought was to join some regiment commenced preparations for a retreat.
make a fool of }'uur'II:. Remember what] I waiting tu bu made up by contributionsfrom from chronicle. :
for no other reason than jour father's avowal I I hen in readiness for Mexico Before he I I The Aiigln._YfiT ricanssonn, aftertheaction t lastmnentioienl smal a contemporary .
haw paid and well before 'f all the little rills in
ponder you leap neighborhoo.I The Chevalier de B. was one of tho most j.j
that should not until
you marry any our you Your dishonored lather for New Orleans he wrote Laura, a ]letter, re. succ'ceding in regaining Be sa r. have it and
not yet seen Brilliant of the nobles who made the *
- bad gone through college and the study; of the ]easing her of any and every obligation! she hut on the 10:h of June following! fresh young up
PETER VERNON.True : n Lake Jackson six miles from
a description. of Louis Seize. He 1
law: -this is sufficient of itself and besides] showy court was equally :
: ,
were to He stated the Spanish or royalist force of-1,500
Spanish under
II eighteen is far from fellow it is, though a thoughtless: youth, Willis him.elf cameof here, is a tub of water that plays some queer he! favorite of Venus and of the Muses, and i'
lurnly-twc. my guod his writing manner which he did to L'iondo! appeared the town whichhe
] Vernon noble and Iefrc scceral
The bottom
possessed" a a gen'rowsIleart pranks. ha dropped out the that followed him
-some three -until which time I many were bright eyes :
years you his father and also stated! that to endure the j summoned to The demand
and with the of this love af- ; and down the wiih '[
; exception I lihf., went water a perfect at the Tuilleries, where he was universally
are subject to the mandates of father.
- your air, he had been strictly obedient to his onlyarent manifold! afflictions which had come with such \.a met by a (contemptuous answer. An at. rush The whole of the bed of the lake has pronounced charming. For some time he ,
and a
Harry Willis had been for(
many years and it is less that he weight upon him was impossible! ; and that he tack upon the ro>alit! Mexicans immediately sunk but cavities have in '
-. school > living ; no true not appeared several had had a liaxon with the de M., ,
intimate mates and each other'sconfidence
enjoyed to be released front them disease when the combined American and Maruis
. loved this amiable girl-for she was amiable expected only b\ f.lowd. places! and at different times. When that when he received proofs of some .
esteem and other subject
; on any devotedly, passionately, and to such an ex- or the lance, or some other weapon,of a : tioops compelled KlUnndo and his the water down it has all
happens, : pours her Far from breaking his '
than this on
both unti
in with part.
they engaged tinati- Mexican soldier He intended to be in New to Il.t', with the ]loss of his stores,
that of army !
imity of feeling and sentiment, but here they tent every principle duty or any thing al drained down to a level with aperture. heart about it, he made it the subject ofa bit.
Orlean' by the Cth of June. He then bade afier a serious loss life. But
that did tend the sustaining
not to These siiik-holes] that bottom
encourge passion! was are so deep no little which immediately
] differed ing was
evidently materially. Tile truth i-. her, as he thought, his last this it admitted the of epigram I
Willis and seemed victory although 11j'P!
Harry lo'-ed Laura himself] and no tuarxel] disregarded by thoughtless fJrcwcl cart be reached with a line. Sometimes spread through twenty and reached i
the roused the of the crces
- to bind him co..er to his purpose of marrjing assailants, vengeance they are partially filled with water, and sometimes he of Madame de : delay. :. I
then if he should] discourage his friend, as wed ears any
the i i.lol of his I.iura had been class PART ".-TIIK COXCLfSIOX. Spanish authorities; and the month of Angu I ] .
see he had done, although his discouragementwag youth. a empty as far as they can explored.It She of course was outraged,but concealed tho I
The third morning after Willis wrote to t, 1813' beheld the approach of a fresh
mate .11113 for before\ he entered the colegiate miles from the
( is
years some twenty-five sea invited de B. to begging him .
y really right and proper ; but no praise to Laura found him from Mexico under the I of anger, supper 1.1
Jt of the institution and for i making rapid progress on army comman
department and where the findsan
I' water goes to, or to her and to renew the intimacy. .
Harry, for itas to out his fselfih forgive ,
. carry own his to New Orleans] where he to Aredondo. captain ceneral of the Eastern Internal .
way hoped
had he her his
Designs that be much the years regarded as guardian an. outlet to the ocean, is unknown. Let Too proud to refuse, and knowing (trust i
, -, .' argued. so philosopncr gel through life. :No wonder, then, if he join some company of the Louisiana \olunecrs. Pro\incc, estimated at 10,000 men, geologists] and philosophers explain the cause her, he armed himself with to his pistols and 11
on suit occasion. ,
should watch with interest the of his What must hate been his incxpresbile while to insure success to this expedition,
of this I will it.
progress phenomenon. not went her hotel at the hour. He
"That I am not twenty.ono is true, said when the had been drawn from Vera Cruz and attempt t appointed 4
joy on
arriving on evening troops ,
growth, the slowness! with which time seemed The season hero is like our May at the received, and sat down to ,
was amiably
tbe youthful wooer, but eiglaeen fabjects me monand desire that he the sixth day of his journey, the first personhe united with veterans of the interior. At this north. Planters supper 1'
to greatly might soon are ploughingibeir grounds; when their conrenation interrupted by
to be drafted and to wear tbeAinus of a soldier, who his arrival critical moment, colonel Musquiz, a traitor w .
saw, was evidently awating
be a man. With fortitude of which few can the city people arc making their gardens ; and bravos, who rushed in, seized de B., and 1' J
as well as other obligations which fall
many was none other than LUR.IELX She from the Mexican ranks rode over to the fur f
boast the sixteen when he and Lau.ra the of
at age everything wears appearance spring. throwing him on the bed, by the
equally upon those passed tie age of which resided in Mobile] as the reader is alreadyaware royalistsand informed them that the Anglo preeld
first bound ] of As 1 north
were together by pledges undying have'promised myself a journey command of the fifty
you speak so knowingly ; and my mind is fully love and indissoluable union-yet hun. ; and on the receipt of Willis' letter, Americans were beaten, and that, failing i this summer, the approaching warm weather good strokes Maruis after arranginghis : i

made up ; despite every obstacle" tbe beautiful dreds of times after this they renewed their had escaped the observation of the family, and from want of water, they were unable to with. makes me think it about time to start. But dress that they ros felt to good ad f
] '* .May flower" shall be my own, and that, with a black nurse made all haste for Neworleans stand another charge: Aredondo on hear. s ; I
of with winter is half and I
he time their not
"ows- putoffthc! ( ) marriage you over yet ; This being over, de B. rUle with
too before I am a twel\"ejn'Vlth older. This to arrive in advance of her ing this rallied his cavalry, and with some of vantage.
until lie should beeighlecn and she sixteen hoping shall wait till the Almanac says i is summer, mach froid, adjusted his clothes, and -
lOU 44'I}_see, and no mistake there were three year's difference in their devoted lover. This she did but a few morhcnts his freshest companies, made a furious attack then go. I shall write you once more from suddenly sang presenting a in each hand, .
Ugh speak as if were really] ia I who pistol {
lOU you S\ Anglo-Americans, were compelled
- ages, and now the auspacious: time had arrived upon Tallahassc. -.Gentlementhe game is not played out.
earnest: ; determined to make a fool of .5 5 '* S 5. 5 to in number --
without Jour.I ; but insurmountable obstacles seemed to I yield Jwunr. Thinne Yours, as ever, CoIMrcIr.aw.. Treat this lady as you have me, or, by heaven !
> even thinking of what jou are What are laughing at, Laura-or rather -their -wearied with thestrtiggletiil ,
blockade the of their union. lIe
prospects!: are dead men. The bravos were .
about ; but, look here, why boat so confident with you
1/r.r. Vcrnon ? said /. parched a burning sun-
ly before have secured; ? Bet knew his education was not completed] yet of Tallahassee, Florida, Feb. 2, 1847. taken by surprise, and before Madame de M.
you your prize Laughing at that big tear ]let fall on their defeat became certain. The work -
marry he mini, and marry he sllO ld! determined well knew what was doing her delicate skin I
ascertain whether the girl will submit! to be and of those who In last I of the akullah
commenced most spring.
your manuscript Can't lOU write a descrip- slaughter ; my '
t to consummate his bin-lies after he had was cut with the rods, the strokes of which
joked first! however,laying! jesting aside, secured his lovely and accomplished betrothed. tion ofyour love scrape, dearest, without eep- escaped frI the battle field were slain or The stranger is told that it is the greatest na. : were jealously! counted by de B. The fifty f J
you or I either are looking their Louisiana. The tural in the state. I !
stripplings paidit
for to
pretty than
lIe[ read his father's formally unfeeling letter, ing over it ? Are you not more paid captured on flight curiosity were and the spadassins were
1 here on our way to school, to be parlj] "ing about all your disappointments and tro'ible ? I'm recreant Mexicans, who had deserted their a visit. It is fourteen miles from Tallahassee accomplished
and bitterly To incur his fa- of the when the voice of
wept- wept slinking out room, :
:: getting married: ha, ha, ha !" Thus spake, 1 ii the hour of sustained hut in southwest direction. The ride is
; icr's displeasure] was a trial] that wrung his sure Jam ; and, (laughing) 1 think I make own flag peril, a the Chevalier stopped them, and one by one : :
and thus laughed Harry :Myers but his coun. little loss while Coshalta Indians who forests, two or three ; ,
; heart, yet he felt compelled to incur it! lie equally as good a wife as you do a husband ; sonic through pine passing he forced them to administer to each other the -
tenance evidenced too plainly] that the laugh in the action stood the Americans to Mnall lakes of'which is exceedinglybeautiful. : ] f
decided on making the leap," if he could 'm confident you think so.! Ha ha Eigli- were by one dose which they had exhibited to him. This i
wa a forced and an unnatural one. f rri, however, is rather too young for a gen- the last, and shared their fate. The bones of ]. With the exception of Bell Air, a tl tlbe
One reason that prompted him to make the being done, they quietly as might
"Secure prize, indeed !" started Willis the dead to for several small village fifteen or houses, four departed a
my up 0, there comes forgiving father with the were L seen years twenty
your when the
]leap was that he knew Harry's intentions were ,and de B. was following them,
from a re of pleasant thought-these afterwards the .$ Antonio miles from the city, there are few houseson r .f
; very fixed in trying to thwart his! plans.] carriage and horses ; and-I expect, (rather bleaching on an very Marquise threw herself her knees before :
r being the only] words he had noticed of all Willis resolved Laura immcdi- significantly,) he has brought the ten thousand road. In H22, colonel Don lose Tre'pala- the route. At one place] near a lonely hut him him to keep the adventure so- ;'
on writing imploring :
i Harry had said ; indeed, what better or more tely] stating the circumstances by which he dollars he promised ,you as a beginning !" cois, governor of Texas, b.a the skulk col. in the woods, near the road, a negro, with the cret. He relented, they returned, to the table .
valid security could one wish than a full and "There is m friend Harry ; too !" lected and interred with military honors. politeness common to his race, lifted his hat
that he
surrounded the of disinherited Myers and assert
was ; probability being some
free consent, and that accompanied, too, by a exclaimed I, )soon he held conulsively and made a low bow. He was engaged in
his the ] of her my hane did leave there till morning.
: not
by displeasure
parent ; Ten Guineas Worth of Adtice. The following
sweet burning kiss that thrilled through one's ,' ] ] grinding an axe, turning his own grindstone,
and ended wi h the
! inner man like electric] fire That consent I own parents, question, anecdote is told of Henry Fielding : which he enabled to do by
i U whether she would] elope] with him not Forpire me, Ills (with tears in his was very _easily! The following incident occurred in Colum.
have, this kiss I enjoyed And more than and if in the affirmative where and or when, yen,) said he. The son of one Boaz de Paba.a bringing a little science to his aid. A long bus, Ga., about the time the United States

r. this, do you see this diamond ring she placed should meet ?" "That has been done months ago," said; I, : Jew, was on the point of marring a young pole] served as a spring ; one end being fas- Quartermaster: was organizing the "mulo regiment .

upon my finger It was within her father's lie then they wrote his father letter for the and never did I fuel deeper friendship for Har- Christian ]lady ; his father made no objection tencd to the crank, performed hal of the revo- : "

garden bower-on a bright and balmy even, him lest he a should pur.after ry than I did at that moment.It to the intended wife's religion, but was great. lution by lifting up after he given it thedownward A tall, lean, lanky greenhorn came intotown
with her head resting shoulder and pose satisfying come ly dissatisfied A'ith the match on account of motion with his foot. I mention
upon my him and thwart his was early] the Tuesday after I and my and having been shown the gentleman
tears of fire falling) upon mlband-that Laura and blast, his by some for means To plans 6 4 May flower"commenced house-keeping, the her small fortune, in consequence of which ho this for thfc benefit of the Clarksons, the Gar who was purchasing mules, walked up to him

the sweet, the lovely, the intelligent Laura hopes ever. accomplish Tuesday previous, that our above mentioned refused his consent. The son, who was most risons, the Greeleys, Tappans, & Co.; who and commenced by saying :
this end he informed him that he did not
Melvin, placed] that ling upon m)) finger !" the ,and had intention of Jo'q! guests arrived. desperately in ]love, threatened the father that will perhaps be pleased to learn that the Intellectual Well, stranger, Ive heard that you want
Thanks to disconsolate here Willis girl no marrying he would marry her without his consent ; and advancement of the is not here
Harry, This indeed and he \e spent the remainder of the week in negro ed a few able-bodied men to drive your mules
'was interrupted,or a" ," etc., etc. was wrong, the father, in his turn, threatened that he neglected, and that thc applicationof "
stopping place perhaps, entirely
deserved the he received inconsEquence hunting and fishing, and brighter or sweeter down to Mexico ; if you do I'm to
fully punishment rr.
he never would have reached Willis) was hours never dawned on than those would nut give him a shilling. The young science to the arts of industry" finds a Yes," said the gentleman, "we want .
of it. He sealed backed the
too far adrift on Love's bright, trembling mortaI Jew answered that he would] force him to do place in the of the south. Your read.ers "
wave bat flit that ] few driver?
two letters, and ] them in the office by pleasant woos a ; are you good
to note the remarkableness] of placed post and that, if he refused dividing his sub. have all doubtless visited
Harry's every little the result of his Although, gentle reader, I am placed in an I i; spring About the that you ever seed ; andas
feature when he had finished speaking about dreaming insanity.PART awkward condition, a married man, with a stance wilh him, would] get himself baptised to and fountains, but they can form no cussin' and put at a baulky team, whyI

the diamond ring. There never was a youthof guardian to enact my business, yet I and Lau. I enjoy tho benefit of the Fngliah law, which of the manner these affairs are got up in haint no equal in the whole '

seventeen! more desperately] dumfounderedwe II. ra nee happy days together ; and while I must (then) assigned to a Jew child becoming Florida. To say the Wakulla spring goes it "I think take you, "countr.sid '?

venture the assertion-than was poor What must have been Laura Melrin's asoni&hment acknowledge] eighteen is to young for a bridegroom i Christain Ibo half] of the father's property.Boazconfmnded .- with a perfect gush"gives no idea of the reali man ; we'l again to-morrow gente. J

Harry for near fifteen minutes ; wo mean on u hen on breaking the seal of a and that I acted foolishly in marrying : ] at this answer, went to con. ty. The way rivers aro made down east," o'clock. We have, some mules to brand then, 'j|

the subject of love ; after he found that all bis letter, just from the mail, written in a well- soon, I believe myself the happiest mortal I Iso suIt Fielding, to know if such a ]law really ex- and in fact most every where, is by various and brand you at tins same time. 'A

hopes of gaining the hand of Laura bad been known hand, and the back of which (the l let. now living I Heaven has blessed me munificently isted. Fielding told that it certainly] did exist small springs, rills, brooks and creeks follow- wi what ? asked the astonished "crack,1

crushed !IIteader ter) she kissed before opening it, she read :, and I desire to be thankful l anJ was in fll force ; but added, if he ing the valleys towards the sea, and, forminga cr. i

did you ever truly love some one Il DEAREST FATHER : \Yhy, husband what are )'ou. weeping would give him guineas he would put him sort of."joint stock company," they are Will brand you, that is put U. S. on your j

with whom you had long associated, and circumstances Your cold and unaccounted for letter of about ? Ha I ha II box your for you in a way frustrating his son's hopes, so that enabled collectively to make a river large back with a hot iron ; that is the way we ]J

compelled] you to be in their pres. the 5th inst., which 1 have received, makesme .,-tJirrcf"Monticello he should not be able to get a farthing. Bon enough to carry a mi or float a steamer. mark all public property. .3

ence daily ; and after you bad exhausted! all I have enemies here, who are re. Fla. instantly told down the ten guineas. Fielding Here the Wakulla \ a large stream navigable "Hoi iron Good mornin,* stranger ; I ij

your power of lore in adoring them, find out u"pec on my ruin. It is true there was 3 girl having pocketed the money, told him his throughout its entire course, springs at don't care much about goin,' no how ; Judge ;4

your beau ideal was the betrothed of another, here by the name of Laura .1elrin but she! The Yankee.. -A Yankee is a YankeE all only remedy was to turn Christain himself! once into existence, like Minerva from the Kalboun writes that it's monstrous unhealthy |

and really did not care one straw about you ?! having finished her education has returned over the globe ; and you might ]know him if forehead of Jupiter. The river is entirely down thar Mexico.: I

If so, then you shouldn't laugh Master: Harry home to Mobile, and I have not heard from you meet him on the "mountains of the S( lf,,' Hones at Auclhn.-An auction sale] supplied from this one source, and you can And off he mizzled. |.|

and twis your mouth up just as be did, as her since ; and such an idea my falling in moon, in fivo minutes by his nationality. recently came offal Paris, of the bones of the form some i idea of its magnitude when I state 4.

be tried to laugh, but couldn't come it quite. love with and her is a utterly We love and honor him for it where it is not ancient Kings of France, amassed together at that a 74 gun ship would] find little or no difficulty To restore tainted meat.-If salted, wash jfl

harry, however, soon found the use of his or.gan terous-never once marrying entered mind prrp carried to a binding prejudice. He remem. (be ,'i"lntiol of the Saint Denis tombs. The in-sailing from the Gulf of Mexico up the it, and throw away the old brine, then,replace JJJ

of speech, and endeavoring sadly to con Poor disappointed Laura my read no more.- bets his school-house] the peculiar mode of following holy fragments figure among them. river to the spring ; and there it could be sunk it with the following composition, and let it j <3

ceal his emotions, which was impossible, said : She became ashy pale, burdened with a heart discipline in which he was reared, the place Bones of Pepin lo Brif Phillip III, and Jean entirely out of light from the keel to the top lay in it for a few days.-of fresh burnt char. :"jf

** What you have so pathetically spoken may surcharged with grief pride, hatred, scorn, where he played, skated and bathed in his Tristan, sons of Saint Louis. A hand of of the mainmast, leave no trace oft above coal powered 12 parts ; common salt 11

ut true, nevertheless La-a-u-ra may never become each feeling predominating by and blithe morning of life, where are the ashes of Louis VII, hair of Marguerite do Provence, water. The ground covered by the spring is pars, 4 parts-mix. This must b I'I.i|
yo-u-r's; and I would advise you as a moment had fled before she could turns give many vent his forefathers, and where he was baptised fragment of a rube of Madame Louisa of nearly] circular, embracing an area of some used the same as common salt-and when you ,J

friend, Willis, to drive such premature notions to a flood of tears 1 and married. Wherever he "trades and France, daughter of Louis XV, and tho skull two acres. The depth in the centre, by want to use the meat the black color may be j

from your head This is, however, the re- *' Base wretch !I" she scornfully said, as she traffics, on distant seas, rh'er or mounta.ins of the Abbe Segur. sounding, is two hundred feet. The water is removed with cear water.A j

suIt of parental indulgence, for you have been beheld the Cragent of the letter on the he wi only forget his native accent, and bis 2Vcw.-A reverend gentleman reading to so perfectly clear, that on sailing over it the Mrs. Boots, Pennsylvania, has left her 12

permitted to bare your owtway so long that hearth, thus the life and happi. spot, when his right hand forgets itscunning "I boat seems to be suspended in mid air while husband and unknown.
his the scripture, to jjl
you have concluded for which he such undeserved congregation passage at the bottom the objects are distinct. strayed away parts
that of innocent and an
a mere boy, ness an confiding girl !- ha am that I am, after pronouncing "I am, Imales The pair must have been rights and lefts; 11
you arc as old as the oldest education leaven sustain me in this first, trial I" celebrity.-Flinfs Western Review. ly visible. We see a many piecesof
; tiatyour my Montldy goo but 1
of turned )
in a fit absence of mind, over two in viiiters we not say that Mr. Boots right-
complete ; y*r capabilities to the maintain. Poor Laura how shortsighted we mortalsare money that had been by wi
colt the .-
and foal of'an
doubt that Mrs. Boots has left.4
went a
Waterproof S/toes-If wish to have a on, an : of no .
"S ] you witneu the extraordinary sight a pica.
Umily delicate the to
and for I The the beautiful '
every way competent ; young, his mistake he I "
shoe of durable have make ass when discovering Go it Boots, any how.A .
you to of four fathoms. A
w get a wife is Melvin her knees before God material.you at the depth thiry.
nothing beyond a matter Laura yune
: upon and exclaimed
the leather of the mouth ofa drinker rather hastily turned back, i i"tha.t
orcourse. What would the world be coming imploring his strength to sustain her amid this upper ha.r lam. dime can be distinguished a picayune by laYltnt the following toast to a celeora-

to Surely__" trial-bathed in tears of unrequited love !- -for that never Jets in water.A I I its size. I threw in a five cent piece, and alit tion :

u Surely' yes, surely," interrupted WilUs, what an affecting sight Not so with equally hungry Jew was paying particular attention Why i ia & drunkard hesitating to sign the went sailing, sliding and scooting away Benjamin Franklin and Professor Mortt.Soniof .

:.,j you must be coming to a good old age, judg. Willis : elated with the thought of clasp to a ham, when asked-what he was saying pledge, like a sceptical Hindoo Because he through the limped element towards the bottom the old Bay State,the one drew the

lug from your patriachal musings, and the pr his long sought treasure to his hear he : to it, replied, I was saying thou almost per.suadest is in doubt whether to giro up tho worship of a large mullet awaits along and snappedit lightning from Heaven, the other" gave it voice

leuStheniDg propensities of your frightful phis. '&indulging in bright and golden I me to bo a Christian. tbejvg-or-not. up,and a he swallowed it, he turned up his and bdC. it speak to the wrld.Th .



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I irtukinfton Union.KEPORT No -of-the- ground between the Nueces From tht) _\'. O. Bulletin, .March 3. THE FLOEIDIAN. which we can adopt to succeed in 0 designs,unless We bar thought much up Aa11u recent
From the '
I. OF THE COMMITTEE OX FOREIGN and rr Grande ever was Mexican soil. L\T AND UIPORTAY O TAMPICO.ArrfcoJ we prefer an interminable border warfare-the t rat ion made by Mr. i the Senate,-o

Louisiana by all ancient, acknowledged, worst of We think with Mr. Hannegan of subject of the war. His character and 1.
ii AFFAIRS Ot' THE HOUSE OF REPRESENT anuqutstioahl of General Scot-Reported Etafua- 'LKT US ALONC. eit pito
boundaries, extended to orders. Santa the Senate that Mr. Calhoun's policy is not practi title whatever he says, or does,to very .
turn of Vera by ,io
i$ A 1\E Grande. was the boundary of that Cn o STURDA'MARCi 13, 1817. cable. Four regiments along a line of five hundred sideration. His views are always the result
before readers the inlerrstfrip Anna. 0
We lay our very all times, till transferred in 800, miles would be but a barrier te the incursions thinking and his conduct IB always that of d

report which \n e terday presented poYinc a to France, and in 1803 by Franceto The schooner Delia, Capt. lam, arrived Notice. of a marauding army pr Mexicans. Our frontier nest,decided man.determined to act in an e.

,J, : t tfie- house Representatives by Mr. Chas. the United States. In when the last evening fromTampico- the 20th. The recent change in the business of this establishment would in continual devastation. As this is the with those views, and to impress Icrl
:s J J. iDgersoH.! We hasten to lay it before( the 1819 We annex the following extracts letters that all old accounts b C001ic1oD o th;
United Suites transferred Texs Spain, the fron renders it important only plats besides Mr. Polk's sftort of disgrace,which truth upon others. Whether he b right or
. i It relates to that portion of the Pres. and from the Tampico Sentinel 17tb. hare no
well knownas should be tttllfd We think our patrons
country. western limit was the Grande-as up. has been suggestedand this does not strike our minds no one can deny that he has at all time
: ; ident's message of the 13th inst., concerning The report that Santa Anna has withdrawn of lack of indulgence heretofore altl
limit. In to complain a
the reason continue
L that the Sabine was eastern ai being so good his we ctnnot but our independent purpose; and while we
: the with Mexico. It i is and confi- the from Vera Cruz, alludes this time. I ar fl
war presume at
garrison dunning
shrt : 1824, when Mexican f independence was es. and will pardon a little voices in bits favor. Let strong and cleaving blowsbe admitting that the ipse din of any man,
ned to what to be only in to the city aud not to the Castle. made lowne
I only should occasionally.
remained know that settlements
appears pint tablishevl, the boundaries Texas They b struck, and we believe the enemy will the sooner wise or great, shall satisfy our reason yet weeaBim
the animadversion of the opposition- the the same. In 193-3, when Santa Anna was TAMPICO, 18th February, 1947.- Now is a favorable opportunity for ad. be brought to terms. but b cnO that tbe language and decl'r tiM.
f.44 of the President in ordering .
: reputed wrong foiled in his attempt to subjugate Texas and This afternoon the mail carrier from Yera justing these little matters, and we confidently I expect Our views upon all these subjects we may hare of such a man as Mr. Calhoun, are not to lirhtj.
Christi. b
t Gen. Tailor to advance from Corpus Texas was constrained to conquer independence letters for our friends will promptly meet our demands. We therefore
and Cruz arrived, bringing \ foreign merchants occasion to extend and substantiate hereafter. pas over. have ,given bis rpcttles .
.1.4 Being 5 very brief and comprehensive it is its western boundary 'a the Grande, in this city, which stated that the com, Nothing lightens the toil and drudgery of 1 eitor's'Ij As to the feuds among prominent democrats, we setting forth his views of the war,ow

.t being &important in its bearings,reader hoped andirpuUished a always theretofore. No time or occasion imtnler: of the Mexican forces at Vera Cruz 'e 1 much a a ready satisfaction of his hard earning will not in any way trouble ourselves about them.- reflection. 1aat

that ft will be perused all by every r can be mentioned when Mexican eastern limit had received positive orders from Santa Ann *. Subset ibcrs at distance will hatejtheir accounts We will watch the progress of events and give our With every inclination to adopt his views. I

"1 by tb nfpaprheth I was the Nueces. Accordingly, all the acts, it: withdraw al the forces from that city and forwarded by mail, and can remit ton* throe opinions freely upon them, but we will intermeddle however, unable to do P. I is not our "cl, ;
of flier thit
of of
city or
records and proceedings s of the repullc .narch into lie interiorand it is Post master. S,\M. S. SIBLEY. however but the march of Gen. from
i the Democratic will lay it before I to ( sup. L'H' with no man's quarrel. We cannot, Taylor Corpus Christi i to
newspapers Texas: treat the Grande a its authwetcrnIJounj all lint Vera Crux occupied that in station should Rio Grande, the of th
circleof readers. We posed by now will our regret men high was came the war.
: ar.ati.f
; their respective of this have President of express O thee
Numerous evidences Rev S. K. D. D.
n' by our troojs, without a being r.z, T.'LLUOE such ( We hope they study to trary it is clear to our Mexico
S !I from the ability with which it i is been made known which jour committee will the Univrr it>,\ pri-ach in the Preslivfenan stoop to oly. 'i rind ,long fc,.
struck. Xjlethorpe \'il unite in car- fore that march had determined
and the research which it indicate, overcome this weakness, that they may open a war,
.::4 and the power which it exhibits, that it will .ioJi recapitulate known., but superadd The local some land more office not Great preparat'uns are being made heft. Church to-morrow morning, at the usual rying out the principles which they entertain in although at the time this may not have been po.,,_

I all jet generally for something, bu (;l'l. Patterson keeps eiervthing hour. of the lively known at Washington,
do great service in di'sipa'ing prejudice I at San Antonio, the chiefplace of the county so close that it is impossible for anyone common for the good country. information demonstrate yet subsequent tt5and

'S vindicating the truth.. of P.exar, regularly is-M.ed grants of land located to find out a thing (concerning the next .Mr Istlnnnr'i Frtnth Class.-We are rcl.te Passage of the/Three Million 1111!. do not think eithei, that Mr.such Calhoun to be the fact. tTt

i : The Committee o Foreign AjTairs, to vhom be>'ond the Nueces and to the Grande. movement. are anxiously awaiting the to tate that Mr. LaLssa will It tut French The bill appropriating $3X)>, {to enable the or any etker
\1 of our statesmen, are to blame for
the President's war message of the 13/A instant The piesent pectabe! Chief Justice of Tea- arrival of Scott.TJiPiio tIu.s on M.mdav night at the new School House President to make a treaty of peace with Mexico, existence of

;*i. luu been in part referred, feetfully as on lih circuit evcral cars ago in that iitMr, the Episcopal Church. I i is important that all passed Congress on the 3 inst., tnthovtthe Jlllmotprotito. this war. Th United States and her statesmen hue

-;.' report lhcrcui; county, charged the granljury present all 19lh February), It* 17. should atu-nd Such as are undetermined about This ro\iS was stricken out in the Senate nothing to reproach tbrraselei with en accoott

1 That while, in a country so free as ours, die the inhabitants beyond the Nueces, as far as I Gen. Scott a salute. Orders joining the clj.!, and would like to hl'3 an cXI'osi. and the bill passed. It was then sent to the it. It is the war of Mexico.brought on without any .

versity of sentiment must prc\ai on every topic the Grande; as Texan citizens, for any oflon. been JU,11111Ider for a movenu-jt. and Geifl.Twines tion ol the st"iem on which he It-ache, before they House for when the proviso was again sufficient provocation (rem o'; and when unjustly j
iLr of national concern, especially one so excitinw ccs they might be guilty of. A grant of land hive given lo.nn>rrow to imxiili the .to I si, are aU0 i invited to .t'ncl HH number i is,notluuh.1 offered, but rejected by a majority of : The bill begun by her, it is rarely: nothing but jot and geed 1
?, nml! i l ttjn linrin air of salutary Beals. bounded goes tit .11 policy on our pan" meet Lr in it with
as war. ( IIn ; h ; a spinal
t Influence, Jet the large preponderance ol 'expri'" "1 i>(\lay, the clh'rt Grande; nm.d, became the subject 'I.Ie"lili I |v rilon of ln's >-a majority of 50. determination fo red.,, this and all other .

tines, approaching to unanimity, in Congress of official! correspondence between the Teul balance of the Regulars(!J'nin ; (enough Artillery "'rIMlutmcut by the I'restttruut, This billotlicially! signed, is published an follows we hue S'JffHeJ from hr It rong 1
declaring war with Mexico, the corresponding only to lake chirjo: > Mir t'ofenco! ,) An act appropriating three millions of dollars,to en ls.thereforewik,5.
1 and Irit il, government the latter recognizing Jig Ql,1 with the flc/ric and consent of the Senate.DAID gret that we see prcs.ttect democrats stmU
.i1 unanimity with which all required supplies lor The wi go f'rward as soon us tran tortalion: can able the President to concluJe a treaty of peace ; to
that ri'er 3S the Texan boundary. custom TOP, of Ohio, Envoy: Kxtraonlmarj and and limits with Mexico shift the burthen oIcao.irizthiswar from ooctoiaolher.
it have been granted by Congress and the almost house at Christi, on the west hide procured. Be it enacted the Senate l Hout' -
Corpus Minister Plenipotentiary near his Majesty the Emperor b.I an of Rrprticnlatwioftht The true cause n to be found in the misconduct
:r-(. equally unanimous popular zeal for wa. of the} Nueces was the source considerable United State of.Jninita in Con- Mexico..
hu At her door lies all
ging and sharing its operations remove all to the 'IVxan Thatgiivcrnmrn' FROM( ( Till: DIJ.\SS05.By of Brazil vice Henry A. Wirtalrd at gren aiietnbled, That whereas a state of ,"a now the blame of it

: doubt of the national resolution to prosecute it re\'Clt\ considerable government. the Rchr. Samuel Lewis i Captain ForJ.arrived I \WI re'lue.t..JOIIN exi-ts between the United States and the Republic Nor do we agree with Mr( Calhcun, u we l ua,o
t at ,
expense kept upa Clnr d'tlLiire' at IVrti of Mexico, which it desirable should be elsewhere stated that it is i
: e is ptedilyterminated impossible to continue
: a originally declared, vigorously, to the oiiU: of to that region andprevent )U'slcrdifiorn the I lirass.)j St. la.o: I tLU' a
body tro-pi range terms just and honorable to both
HrHf Pcnnlvanu, : Extraordiinn upon vigorous prosecution cf the war and
'RD ; we
I end ofju war, a speedy and honorable peace. Indian depredations there. I In short, \\ have advicft from thence tu. HUI. ThtIa" HIt I l'Ivny nations; and whereas assurances have heretoforebeen regret net
44 Complaints of the resort to teritorial con I! all the public acts of Tt-xas, and all their public -elgl'n leport tint (;en. SrotJ jell on the and Minister Plenipotentiary to 1m Majestvthe given to the Government ol Mexico that it was so much that he should entertain tNviews he does
; from .Mexico disarmed of Kris of Trance.lirocGE the desire of the President to settle all between as that he should have expressed them er&enheid.
; quest arc reproach transactions predicated their right to the I in tie :\d. for I'auuipicnthatcu. questions
3I::: the facts that Mexico .IrU"t.t W. HOPKINS! of Virginia., Cha-pe d'Af- theo countries on the most liberal and satisfactory It a natural and right that mean of hi*high character
Worth in th '
by undcni.lllo by war, GrandThe; wil.>rno between the Nuic.< ( \ It.\t a .w div. !. in t
terms, to the cf each and
ol the United State the of Portugal. accotdins rights and intellect should then
constrains the United States to take by conquest ces and Grai.de would be the haunt and hiding .tlaluarna-th.tt ito further:! advices wore received tires Qucn the mutual: of the two countries exercise own radg neatsupon
what WILI% .IAM MAR* i Jiulgc of the United intEest !security all matter of policy,but there are times
since Mexican of when
,. ever : independence place ( favages, smugglers marauders about the ah'anll Santa Anm upon : Ui.trir ; and whereas the President may be able to con.
every American aJministralion his and robbers! ', if the Kio Grande; were not the I Saltillo, and the rumurs r""llctil hi' movemetiN Mates for the \uWfr District of Florida. elude a treaty of peace with the Republic: c Mexico prudence forbids that they should declare these to

l }been striving to get by purchase ; and that th. hitunltrv, and the settlements east of it, and intentions: "t'f' ;: ) t'oubted.We Jorrn R Know NL, Marshal. of the United States prior to the next session of Congress, if means for tbe world. We think the present such a time so 6r

: Executive orders, and military and naval ox- throughout that wilderness under Texan ju- I have htlili arrival), thi )Ma.niMn, Flag: for the Southern District c Honda.. jutment that object of are so at many his disposal complicated; and s question\herlu in as the now ad- as Mr. Calhoun is concerned. If we are to jui$e by ,

: ,.. ecution of them. for the achievement of conquett. ri J.ction. of the 17th. ult.: fioin which we take the following ROBERT :InR' Mushal .fthe lnitc States for I c\ist between the two countries, it may possibly the effect which whig newspapers and whiz st'esi.

Lave conformed not merely to long e!. No Mexicans have ever been there but as items : the Northern Di"rric of Floridi.L happen that an expenditure of montY will be called es are said to have produced upon the Mexicincota.

tablishcd policy of our government, but wi' tetn1rarv iir.uler (;en rl01'.proclamation :: We had occasion, in our last Sattmiiv'pa. WI\PCR SMITH, Attorney cl the United State for by the stipulations cf any treaty which may b ing as these do frxni a party greatly in the niiorty,
< ., therefore the of three millions
:. principles bclf-preservation indispensable to at Mier th} 20th June 1- I. is official '. per to speak of what we conceived the de fir the Southern Ji-I rie e>f Florid entere b.into, and; the same is hereby sum appropriated, out we cannot but fear worse when they see that th.

: all provident government. proof that the Mexican government acknovvl- fenceless condition tfthii cit. Since. then, )ILITPYrOIXT lr'a JJ\an.f any m'ney in the Treasury net otherwise apro party in control of the war is divided is to its policy

: The war has been ono constant career of edged the Grande; a" its fttr limit. Final. : Col. Drake) commanding the jvist. Las with a THOM. I I'ETo\of li'bO'Ji. Major General priate to enable the President to conclude a treaty and course. For this reason we are sorry that Jfr.

i success with len r ceasing solicitations of I Iv, when Mo\ico, uner British and French I zeal and prnmtitude which cannot be too much WILLIIM CLMMING, ot! Georgia, Mijor General. peace, limits and bQnduit with the Republic rf Calhoun did not confine his icdutnceviihin the,,

lr. peace without further Lo ility! if Mexico wil j i irif'i!
j ..' accept peace on fair, generou*, and ; condition; that she should} annex herself the ( : of the main Plaza. The E. D HOPl,t.. cf New York. Brigadier General. two Governmentsand" duly! ratified by )Juico.hal good. Whether the policy he recommend,be rigit

"f terms ; and Jour committee cheerfully leave it United! Stttos, Mexico her&elf acknowledged! 1! sts. leading into it are now crossed hay a wide F. 1'iERcr.of New H.rlhir., Brigidrer General. : call for the expenditure of the same, any part or wrong,we think this should: have been his coarse;

t,. to judgment of all con perscn.One .- the Grande as the boundary ; while the,at. :: and deep ditch and embankment! and cannon ALLI.N G.JOH%'O>,oflloridJ, Major( cf Infantry. thereof: (,1 and accurate accounts of which expenditure and i if tie failed he would have bad the consolationof

J 1 imputation cast, among ourselves, upon tempted condition was null and "oid. Nor is ''have been placed so as to delond; every ap. I early b by him transmitted to Congress at as knowing that Lu conduct did co injury abroad.-
a day practicable.
\': the Executive of the United States, involving there any contrary Mexican assertion to he ]:1: proach. A look at the dsrtt-nces will satisfv I Our Position. a JOHN W DAVIS, As the matter stands now,Mexicans may beem-

r: t the country with him ;in if'galilJ and aggression I. found at any time from the date of Mr. Poin'tt"s ,i i anyone that Lol. Drake and his gallant I Indiana .\* the present number of the Horidlan" i is is- Speaker of the HO'JS ot Representatives. boldened by witnessing our divisions. True he aa*

r ,jour cornrmtiet proper briefly to refute ', declaration toIauun, in the city of bovs. can loW defend 1 ihe place a iiiuti !I sjedun
1'"! : : that which charges the Prctiient with Mexico, the x'Oth September, 1-23. that he |i i i any force which! the Mexicans can bring j i nude:, it will pcr'iaps: b expected of u, to "define Vice President of the President United cf States the Senate.and of the administration and he used great forbearaact

rf. producing or beginning,the war by orders to did not mend to \ield one square: inch of,; against: it. j t our position We think that already taken in this .1aul 3J, IM7 to keep silent O long. but we mistake the dignity

I .i the army in Texas to pass Mexican boun.iaries. ground) eat of the Grande as American''! SALTILLO MEXICO f Feb. j pjper the c<.rreit one. Nothing his ccnie to our 'pportJ. JAIF.K. POLK. of his position and the effect of his declarations
1, 1347.
! I ground in 1-'>3. For the sixteen jears from I i| knowledge! which inclines, t** to change it. We beliete it was not his duly to continue his noble forbearance,
';, Mexico: never made ti I The of Major Gaines, and C. Relief for the Irish.
a capture Capt.
.. boundary que .n. l-uj: to 110. that river was the undiputed.rtilj'.ves'.ru | r. Polk's: Adfinistrlion has effected much I or lung since to have spoken out fearlessly.
The issue she took was the annexation of'IYx.as CIa, of the with 3 The country seems to rousing in this An
( Kentucky Cavalry respect.
bouiidarv of the United States. I II I !i ig.wd, anJ .\e hare een no evil which it has wrruzht. b We do not think as some of our frftnds do,thai
not the boundary. As soon as annexationwas I '! men, and Maj. Borland and Capt. Pike of the offering worthy the land of the u (oppressed and the
From lilO to li'2l it Spanish. From i The r1rt f"r which hu administration wa put Mr. Calhoun's position, as to the war,is not opposed
, resolved the Mexican : I, \:1 Arkansas with oO has been home the tree" will undoubtedly! made. Our
by m.n. Cavalry, men,
Congress just
. 1. February" HJ1. when the Mexican re\lu.1 [ in p ister here Almonte demanded his confirmed. the I State will stand
. They were captured on own we hope conspicuous
passports tion }brokiout, till 133, it was by rio:' cf Texas, the stttlement ct the Oregon dispute blofe he T.t to Congress during its session recommended
.c having previously removed from Washington I, : I morning of the 2M of January, at El Salada, in this chanty. This county will do something
$ ;
.. mere title ; hut, from 1335: till now, Texanbv I tie reduction of the Tariff to the revenue standard: certain measures with the avcwed view of cnabUrg
.' while that considered and 93, miles from this the San Luis road of her It to
question was even Ju.1 city on worthy citizens. is bIeSe receive -
and I and the if the thegreat
and ,
right occupation, cultulon, establishment Sub-Trea-ury were .enerou us to continue vigorous hostilities. This is the very
t i}: ,. went indignantly home to make war. Encouraged foothold actual J( by about 2000 Mexicans,under Gen. Minion but thrice blessed to give. We are afraid
liction. Not a single by measures confided to his care by the popular w ill. thing which Mr. Calhoun advises against. Indeed,
; by the erroneous assertions of :i The captured were sent out to recon. though that tithe of what done will
A1- party not a might
tnaiy possession, had Mexico there, except by ) The trust has been fulfilled. Annexation has been b his speeches subsequent to the one in regard to the
r of our respectable citizens, that annexation of e\c noitre the road and had been aosent several made from the tact, perhaps, that the mass of
c Texan occupants.In I'I' complete there is no longer any quarrel with Great be up policy of conducting the war, show very clearly that
I At the time of the
Texas tfculd be with Mexicoand dajs.
b the capturethc
: war ) that the ter. were the people will not have the true condition things
this liuiefsunumarv of proofs i Britain about the tariff has been reduced, c bethinks
Oregon he was opposed to it (rom the beginning, and that
tJ then threatened between the United : encamped in a valley where had remain.
rupture between that they I to them For instance, almost every
the Nueces and represented
rior? beyond and the is in Yea
-tra.ury operation. more- cf the administration which
it was an error
ed the
\1 States and England, which was reckoned M"x- Mexican over night. A dense fog had settled ini .I arrival from Europe tells u river and the Grand; not
was Ware-hou-e sjstem b1c been added to this series i
ican reliance Mexico for I i the valley and as tho sun rose and dispersed brought
J : prepared war-open. have all peculators, in other word--have the entire controlof
ground, your committee pretermitted I ofmeasures to incresanJ strengthen the;ro\th cfi But, while think thus of his in regard
I it the Mexicans we position
I declared and discovered i I I
Lean it. President wen !
" I
States to completely the market, and absolutely fatten off of
PvII'st of the United provision
acts and assertions
I them. !i i cur commerce.: As an Executive officer he has to the war. we do not see that this should be any reason
I' : minister of peace Mr. SJiJel was rejected; that to original French and surrounding Escape was impossible, I the wretchedness of their countrymen This fact ,
Looking .
| so far a* we are his dutu not'l the democratic should itself
not on any plea of boundary, because Tex.t1f ttct. Texan !ic.I I i I and to have fought; would have hen nndne, i iI a\\ut. n.IHt.J ought to induce even committee in this country having why party array
not Spanish to independent |itri j I the entire f.nce \vuu'd have been :: laws .,\t been enforced and all parts of the po" against l.ie3 to those measures of civil policy
as was Mexican a inevitably
; :Iogctl.er Mexican of contributions. not to remit
relnquished. and charge
finally moneybutto
to English recognition, i Islam. the : inent -'i* ject to his -o..tr'il, hoe been kept in effieient deemed by the democratic parry of such vital interest
troops were sent to Texn frontier, who it cannot be perceired urell"r"as only condition left: purchase flour, corn, i.c, and ship direct to the
:acknowledgment them which operation. Whit more could have b.en n.1 to the of and the
success our
crossed the dil the best government prosperity
river Grande they terms
: boundary and attacked how President Polk could withhold: the orderto upon '(I places of greatest The annexed letter Irom
f. the American forces !i could obtain-to be treated of tir? He ha performed all ".l was elected sut.ing. cf the whole people he stands on the sane
this side of they 1(1e
on from Corpus : a prisoners Father Matthew, the reformer to
General to great
that river. Stationed I Ta\lor ad\:1ce } of war. Thej marched off.. to perfurm. Si far he has executed faithfull} Temperance platform with us. He has given a strong helping
v.eie immediately
at Corpus Christi, on Texas in order Mr. of New relief
ChrMi further north into to the Rev. Kelly, Jersey, urges
1 towards San his ommi4-ion. llein tLc acnt if the people: he th hand in procuring their Hehas said BO-
Luis di adoption.
; the west tide of the Nuces, at the instance ( chief : -the men bein; I II I I
A magistrate mltntec be in this
reuel i invasion. intended to to
j !A of Texas, for it* protection froiii invasion, tlf i atJroachir whose: : is to execute the law I I I and the officers suffered to retain their horses. : has M4 t.] his utmost energy and indu.tr>, and all his The Reverend b btoud gentlemen's letter f"nure is brief but way.eloquent thing to show that his faith in these measures
dutyit ofl'exas I to accomplish their wishes and he has weakened or that he will not keep himself l armed
i ;, American Commknder, without orders from would have been culpably remiss if lie had J I Capt. Henry, who wasactingas in. inf'lence.
not used, these in vain, for all his efforts and : for their unto the last. His
h the and for the detachment made sdeml support democracyifto
have alternative but guide
no bound bv' the law j ,
PresidentoulJ failed to do so, not only as I CORK, llth January 1 47Rtr
i his the next day after the of a neil nature hate been successful.Hi.ing the most important matters of policy, cast
to alt
choose the !
assiJanli place of this but by consideration of escape Dear .' gratifies me more thanI
time country every I Maj. Gaines1 horse and here with I done what he was chosen to do. it is a Kely-I remain unquestionable. Yet, as affecting his position -
and manner of invasion ; or, by advancing and geographical knowl j : arrn- I can f'pra to iou, especially as your
:: into the more northern part of the State military Texas foresight State of the Union, called on j I the intelligence. He dd otin face of the t matter ot grave doubt whether he would not b let r convejs such good tiding in the democratic party with reference to tit
lie,was ordered to and make a whole Mexican killed who I blameless even if these measures were fUl\'. We sum of money in the present state of this" Presidency (for that seems to be the rain consideration -
4 occupy protect, him to her soil from invasion, and be guar. pursut.ed could afford such relief as shipments of Indian
protect him and rode who are not those w ho bohev e that every sudden whim country at the bottom of all the noise which democrats
.t selection of the which de- was noble
to hil a <
proper ground on would have been delinquent, if not impeachable Ior[( corn,anl 1 other breadstuff*-and to be sent im-
\ lend it. animal, until ho fell df'a.i beneath him, com- (lof popular will should control the action cf our i make about his speeches) we are unwilling say.
iftailing: to do M>. mediately.The \
r : It was General Taylor's duty a a soldier, Confining th'u brief report to that single! pleting the remainder ot" the distance to this I Utate-anen. but wed.:) believe that when any measures -' i di\idu31, concerned in the Corn Trade of under present circumstances, what effect his viewsof

:ii 1'. without orders, and the President's right ascommanderincLiof point, jour committee will not extend it to the '. place on foot. This unlucky occurrence has : cf policy have been long and fully discussed: before England and amount.Ireland Indian have rais the price in this to an e- the ,\"at'T&uld have upon our choice. Events

,tf to order General Taylor! many circumstances j,osterior to hostilities created a great sensation in the army and it : the p-ople. and they have determined what normouj 19 the ton,and in the country is to-daj wretch city may render the war question one of but little importance -

",r ; to repel the threatened invasion in progressto which encourage the prosecuton; of tho. war is regretted the more on account of the influence 'I 1 .ball b done in regard to them and have chosen ed population is rapidly pining J2o into before the time shall come to decide wEe

1- subdue Texas. If LJ remaining inactive at to speedy peace. The United States sufTer it will have upon the Mexicans, whomit I men expres.lv to carry out their will the men s the grave The only Consolation we have, is the shall be Prevdent.! In that case his views on this

:' 14 Corpus Christi allowed an overpov.er- few of war's ordinary calamities. Never will incite to acts which they have not chosen nu.t obcj that will, and act in accordance pious resignation with which they submit. to this" subject should not operate against him as a demo

t a i iug force to subdue him there, as was the Mexican were they more prosperous[ and flourishing.; heretofore dard.fisforunes j with If" dcall; : If thepenpleare to govern, and dire visitation but seven of an months all wise of Providence.We famine before na. crat. If, however the present state of thing continues

. I design, or leaving him idlo there, to pen. In a single campaign the freemen of this ) never core single-another I a maturity ol them i!to direct hour they shall be go. I But with the bright prospect that sti opens upon and the war will still be the engrossing'abject

ti ctrate further north into the heart of Texas, country have proved in Mexico what a people capture of our men his j-;!t been confirmed. : Hrr.rd, tot certainly th se they elect to power accept us,of having our markt"reduced to reasonable rates of policy, that may he a reason why those who

.: the general and President would have been. are worth when vindicating their right j by Capt. heady with 17 rt'l of the Kentucky | it consenting to abide that direction. To do I by the coramisseratmg Brethrenin prefer him now would then prefer another as gpfld

l ." justly condemned for the commencement of. voluntary embodiments. In the midst of war cavalry, sent out to procure forage, has been I j otherwise, would b* to strike at thevery root of our Untoward the States unexpected, we hope impediments to sty the ragt obliged of famint me Cut.rroyideJ the views of the lalterIJtJOv

; hostilities fatal to us by hostile occupation oft the burdens of the American people have captured by a party ofKancheroi at Uancho i republican ther '. Upon this principle, Mr. Polk( reluctantly, for the last two }ears, to postpone my war policy, should agree with theirs.

( our territory, instead successful by our frustrating been reduced far beyond the weight of any some 25 or thirty miles from here. I under I has, btrenuouily diMrhargcd his duty. What was required visit to yc-ir happy country.. Entertaining these views we will consul ocr-

!11t:' the hostile Mexican attempt. An intimation debt which war may cost. The wealth of stand that this party were in attendance at a and expected of him he has spared no energy Until the Lord, in His mercy. shal stay the handof sehes no manbut await the development of events.
" in Congress lately that the Mexican fandango, and were in such a state of intoxication t influence to the destroying angel, that is n\y decimating the
the United States has actually been increased or accomplish. Irish People, I cannot promise mieelftbe Whit a year may bring forth it is not given to mute
F1.; general gave it to be understood that he would to an unexampled: amount ; a new and admi. I as to be incapable resistance. Whilst I But it i is not in this .iew alone that we approve spending a few months in \m happinCof see. When we have witnessed its parturitionrfwill

remain west of the Colorado creek-a small rable dancing and drinking their arms were secur j hi.administration The he has ia.
system of finance is the creation of this I measures urged upon The amount already contributed in this be time enough to speak out.
stream between the Nueces and the Grande- war, alone worth more than all its charges ; when the Kancheros came in upon Congre, and which have become the policy of o money
if our would remain east of that stream, them, they had defenJ themselves country, so far as we have been enabled to gather Cemmunipaie."-Our readers will find estnfJ
troops and if 1 by vigorous strokes of belligerent force, nothing lo | our CountrY, are in themselves good. He has not .
1t your committee, after inquiry, learn to be it be brought to a successful termination, as with. They were likewise marched oil" to 'i been the blind instrument of unwise masters, but he ; from our exchanges is about ?2i ),O.)) The New from the correspondent of the Boston Post writitfrom

r groundless. If any such communication was San Luis. So we York correspondent of the Washington Union, in a this city,over the signature of Connm**"
there is reason to believe, its temporarj go. has been the faithful servant whose conscience approved
t authorized, it was a mere Mexican contrivance inconveniences every will soon al compensated Rumor are rife that the Mexicans design I the acts.he was bid to du, because they were letter dated the 26th ult.furnishl the editor of that. paw" on tbe first page of this da ''. paper. TJ-

: to lull our commander into false security at and the two great republics of this hemisphere I! an attack on this city, but the knowing ones, right and of good tendency, and because they proved : paper with a list of subscriptions in the various cities writer is known to many of our citizens as a gee .

4 Corpus Christi tilt Mexican troofscouM be united in per{>eluil in our camp do not apprehend any danger. If! the \MSflomof those who \llt- them. That the I towns and counties of sever il States,amountingalone man of polished manners and cf an a tonihicg- *

s. a&embled strong; enough to cross and attack peace. I they make an attack we are prepared to meet ; annexation of Texas will confer immense benefits I to *?1'3,60. The State of New York will memory, His description of the Waknlli p&**

..J: L him there, a was' the Mexican design ; f.lr The Public Ifits of! Europe compared rill, them. I alw understand that old .* Hough :' upon o'ir rountrv,no southern man will deny. I give SIOn. The general committee in the cityof nomenon" is well conceited, and as graphic if *,

. Corpus Christ!, 0: the west side of the Nue riot of Airie 1'orThe follow ing is a sj nop. and Uc-dy will reinforce us to-morrow with : the ailju'tmerit of the Oregon question has averted Tat I II New York have now a large amount placed to recollect ever to have seen. Our friend" Ctmmlf

-: ; ces, was a much Mexican soil as any otherLit its of the national indebtedness ohome othe his presence and a considerably body of troops j I doget of the greatest magnitude no one, in any their credit in the Bank of Commerce and the papers nipaiItt \\,"can do those things with a grace pecolnf
of the of that river and countiics i of with that of -his of that city, especially the Journal cf Commerce evident M
west alone sufficient
t part territory Eurolt together Qur presence ,Aould be to part of the countrv will denv. That the tariff has \ himself. He snagged, however, the

r General Tavlor's encampment at first was an 0\f1 State. we find the Prussian deter tho Mexicans from pacing us avi:it. alrcad*, bv its erftct. show u that it was a wise measure (from which the touching letter of Father ventures from the calm surface of the Spring o9

11' Ii. invasion \le1c if be ever invaded Mexico Guvernmentquite ahead of us a a State, My belief i i', that all their demonstrations in I will not disputed by any but those :who are Matthew is extracted,) are urging the committee to the treacherous river below. It is a tligM nulake

..' at all. in regard to her financial operations. We this quarter are intended to nui4eatl-iook out determined to b see nothir democratic policy. purchase breadstuff., and forward them without de. the remark that a 74 gun-ship could with Iittl**

; ; The unauthentic and irresponsible intimation invite attention to the facts. for them in jour direct!"n. They could) gain The sub-treasur has disappointed g &o t the predictionsof lay. This is decidedly the best disposition that can no difficulty ascend from the Gulf to the Spring*-

I ::1: .' of that overture was received at Washington Elglanfl.-DeLt $64,000,000,000 ; .popu- more with less risk to themselves, by opera its opponents. Thouh not well suited to a be made of the money ; and we trust the committee The credulity o( our friend has been imposed op<

I .ii-;= the Cth November, 1815. ,jut when' laton, 25,000,000. Making a debt about ting upon our line of communication-cutting state of[war to a state of a, jet enough has of gentlemen having charge of the (und collected in by some one. A friend at our elb* dog&edly insists

31 lr. Back'a advices arrived of the wlll"ncf thirteen limes greater than her revenue, and oil"small detachments, taking possession of our a pce this city and county should they see proper to trans that once a time" he worked his p* *
'. been seen to show, that, with slight improvements upon
rt '. of ', government to rtceivo a indebtedness equal to about 8143 to every (trains-and, perhaps falling in an unguarded its efficiency will adequate sme to the wants mit the same to some general committee in New sage from the Spring to St. Marks in ap.gsi.tU'

.l.t ter ; and Mr. Slidell was thereupon forthwith man, woman and child of her population. moment upon some one of the depots on theKio of the country. And thus b we might go on enumer- York or Washington, a seems to have been contem. garly called canoe," and came well nigh beiof

, dispatched, General Taylor's army being kept France.-Debt, $780,000,000 ; revenue, Grande.Santa the of the administration, the plated by one of the resolutions adopted at the meet dueked for his temerity in attempting to navigate $

':,rf I' at Corpus Chriiti till tidings were received of 8192,000,000; population, 53,000,000. Mak. Anna, in person, will not leave his :: bare ating mention measures of them to the majority who ant electedMr. ing on Saturday lastwill positively instruct that the river in which the eat-Juh it U intimated,at obliged

'.; ,| Mr. Slidell's rejection, HerrcraU overthrow, ing a debt four times greater than her revenue stronghold at San Luis, unless it is to preventour Polk would at call forth their contributions from this part of the country at least, to claim assistance from the turtlet.io aid thea

,"l and Parres', presidency, on the proclaimed and equal to 322 for each individual of army from marching to the city of One who has been thus once faithful should not approbation.aban are to b expended in the purchase of bread.stuf in over the bars &c., tc. The riverperhCP'. O5
& to retake by force from her Mexico. b vessel*
population. thu country I remitted to Ireland,the speculatorswill be rendered navigable for very light draught
for and trivial
,. the United States.'-General Taylor's orders Russia. Debt 8300,000,000 done light cue.There 21 **"
; ; revenue, probably benefit t d much tbe W
poor. | Commnnipaw
but that
b a a I beyond we hope
t :: to march from Coj-pus Christi did not leave $et3OOOOOO; papulai) 50000000. Debt STILL LATEH.-The U. S. propeller Washington u, however,one portion of his policy about such a state of destitution were unfortunately to exist 19 for saying we believe to be utterly imP*"
;-: ; Washington till tha'lath of 1810 three times her and 89 to from tho Brasses reached the which those who agree with him in other respects *
Januar nor over revenue, every city yesterday in our own land, and capitalists should take ad. ble. The Spring is sufficiently wonderful in it
P did he march than afterJfclj soul. afternoon board Gen. entertain widely different opinions. Its importance 0b*
/ ti more having Major of the of and seek to con render il *
vantage scarcity provisions and no fictitious embellishment can
I wards, and t station his troops whereverJ Austria.-Debt, 300,000,000 ; revenue, BCTLER,and other passengers, with some sick is vital, and mistake or error will inflict deep injury trol the market with a view to personal aggrandize ject of greater curiosity to to this part of U*

J Lo thought best for protecting Texas from 100,000.000 ; population, 37,000,000. Debt and di.ch&le troops. The W. left on the upon us. We mean the war question. Mr. Polk ment, tbe PEOPLE would not submit to it twenty- State. viuitej

f;' Mexican invasion, without any order from the three times over her revenue, and 99 to every 23d. arrival wo learn that the em. advises its vigorom prosecution in order the sooner four hours. ______

.{: President .to the precise pUce where he soul. parkation of the remainder of the troops at to effect a peace. Others say it would b better to The committee for Leon county meets for "-The Boston Post of a lat*date state npo Armstrong
.4r4.; station his threes. before stop and to employ ourselves merely in toay. liable authority that the gallant Gen. Robert
was to Always west oflheNueces 1'rvssa.-Debt, 8100,000,000 ; revenue, the Brasses would not b completed ou prge tbe reporting and if in time for this day's
: from the first of his holding hare now in possession. This is purpose aid to Gen.Jackson at the battle dew
i1, moment entry in. 810,000,000. the 5th of this month, a was necessarily a shall lay the result of their labors before
.;i?r to Texas, General) Taylor planted his standard iVeic lor*.- Dell, $34,000,000 ; rove- slow! work from the means and mode em. Mr. Calhoun's advice. His reason for it bear audi paper readers.we leans and now U.S- Consul at Liverpool.

) 1i! on the Grande j opposite lo MaUmoros as nile, 830,00 population, 3,000,000. barkment, and tho difficulties arising from the force but they have not convinced our minds. We our home at his own request, and that the 1

: r his own military sejoction of the most eligible Debt fight orcr hsr re.enuc, and 88 br and shoal water. Tim Cavalry had yet still believe that the war should b pushed with all Con&rvts adjourned at 12 o'ctockon: the night appoint him to the command of the new 1

.la 1 t&titl for ,Jfndin Texai. ( every 10111 I b embarked. our strength According to our own idea of the o the 3 inst and Tennessee regiments.

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.. _r=l _=: I I '
Belief of the Ihh.At delivered by Douglas, Chief Justice '- I
M --- J'
affirming statesmen of the day, he at this time than three months = t
was at the
on Satur- a rate of twenty dollars NEW
meeting f the committee appointed judgment of Court below. per YORK-1847. J
only fifty.four years ofagr. month, payable in advance. Manufacturers ofMtuieaJ htstnanenU id ,fj

4111111, for the purpose of soliciting subscriptions Benjamin A. Putnam Ex'r. of Mitchell, v,. John The Hon. John C. Calhoun, of South Car.nlna Sec. 5. Be father Ordained That all ordinan. SPRINGJ3OODS.rpHEnndersiened.Iraporters PvUtshtntifMii 1t,
relief of the suffering eight hundred H Lewis Wife. I ces or part of ordinances F. Riley fc Co. 297 Broadway.
for the 1ti.1 & Opinion d lin'rc bv' Baltzell, in remarking this conflicting with the true !

jdlui were paid in, and aU hiving been collected Justice, affirming judgment of Court below, without upon ofhis description by intent and meninl Of this ordinance, b and the ; Jobbers, and Whole t..
to friends
the .MCUluf
one United same are repealed. I sale Dealers in the eturn-, oflhehnprmed Patent Double .
week. There subscriptions un- City of New York invite the
the prejudice to
during put ar' a application for other appropriate proceedings Stale Senate, in January, 1843, said that Pa and apprfe this 24th day of February, attention of Buyer to the extensive and varied assortinent Action Harp. "
which, with additional subscriptions, cnnotImnt the .Browne ft, Co. 2al and Cham.
piid first time he ever saw Mr. Jefferson was IS-7. of Stocks with which they are prepared to Broadway 731
to lew. in the segregatethan SI 000. Thm, W\lie THOMAS BAKNAXD, Clerk. supply the demand for the bets ItfHt.( .
Duet appellant James Nicholson and in the year 1 02, and that Mr. Sullivan's description 21 coming Spring Trade,and I
,.. .-?.... nOlubtion. we think exceedinclv_ liberal. Wm. Averitt.Ex'rs. i.c. February 1547. 32 3t respectfully represent to the Southern and WesternMercbants .i
,.. :. n !_ applN. Opinioa delivered ofhis personal appearance was uncommonly that the facilities _. Manufacturers of Pum Fortu.K. .
The contributions comprise the citizens of Tallahas uy Udltzell, Justice, reversing of accurate that he did they possess in making uiena t Co. UM Fulton
the street
judgment and
except not at HO FOR MEXICO nrie best select ions,enable them to com
t*nd Leon county. Court I.low, and remanding cause for further proceedings the time he saw him, tie his hair behind- I successfully with any other marketand at the }

The list are left with JOHN GEORGE ANDFR OV, that it was then cut short, somewhat after the A T TEN T lOX same time to offer to the Country Merchants the Rich Stationary A outrpl BaikE.ek.s, 61 William and Paper. t "

,Treasurer of the Committee, ,ho will b tound fashion oftbe desirous of usual inducements, IK) a to make their purchasesequally foreign Street, Importer o '
j NEW present clay-that he was a THOSE per'D joining the favorable in Stationery of every description. Manufac. ;
generally at the tore of M< "rs. HopVm &:Il' inDil ORLEANS, MARCi 3. gangling, loose, jointed man, with a tall, tle-field now ,volunteering for the bat every other respect. turers and Dealers in Blank Book,. Paper Gold .
wbere contributions will be thankfully received. Nothing further} from SANTA AXXA at San reddish i in Mexico, wilt have an opportunity and Pens, Copying and Seal Presses Manifold Writer
sorrel hsiir .
Luis. hut it i is belived that his -the coarsest he ever saw of doing so by subscribing to the muster JI. Importer of Silk and fancy Goods. Ink, and all other articles of Stationery Goods
recent 1.1
Poles In Siberia.A towards Saltillo display on a man's head. in the h.nd. of GEORGE O McMfLLiN, a Alfrr, Elwaul., &Co.. 122 Pearl alret. freely shown-prices very low.
was inerehintended to mask voluntec The law under which this & 12S Ptahtrft i

French paper, the Siedc publishes an article his real movement towards Vera Cruz, and ommiltecs of Examination Florida Conference. pan wi be offered, affords unusual advantages.corn- Bowen k Mcamefl Wiiam corner of Beaver Free Trade- Prices. "j ,

made up from the journal of a fugitive from the ter.ttrible that he has actually marched towards that FIRST YEAR. is that persons will make up their minds I Ch Post, Steans. & Nassau street, opposite Hunt Brothers, IS Exchange Place, importing a I

; of de pti pr.son-house account had been received, that On the Bible, as to doctrine SIMON P. RICHARD di.'v: filled in order to shoul pee. Tilden.S'S Nassau and 71 Cedar and German
\ up ensure Goods
the treatment out to the lie did acceptance bv which they offer at a great reduction of I
which freqaentldealt Unfortunate -
contemplate la
attack Post
an at one time on BOV 0.rtley's Sermons, FItldlEr'* Appeal, and the Preident of the United States. ItT opposite Office. prices in of the
victims of irresponsible! tyranny is horribh Sdltillo! but was deterred from the Christian Perfection March 13. 147 T.4 W. WHITE. Carleton, Frolhingham & Co. Washington Stores, Tariff. consequence reduction of the
attempt, J'letrher'f IlEMir: T. JO-.ES. R Nos. 127 and They also offer a large stock of Domestic ;
12'J William
ilatrate: in a single case. I jbtate!the number of by the difficult- of ,procuring water- -, mi- ,- u the,_ On English Grammar and Composition, Gincox AMALLETTE. L.TIXV Notce.nnOCKIBHOUGI J. Petit,*. Co. No. 134 Pearl street.slret. Woollen Good. at the lowest rate. .

rllt in Siberia to b upward of .',"/.>"I. Every attempt route. Di blee. Richardson &- Co. 142 Pearl street. February 21, 1 S47. 32 : 1

to escape from the !seventy of f thur confine I hal) len ascertained) that SXTAXX_\ SECOND YEAR. & MAXWELL. AMENDMENTS TO THC .

ment isrisited with a cruelty tqualk4only| in savage at San Luis 30.000 m-n, of which 7000er ( ( On the Bible as to Sacrements and Ordinances, Importer, Dealers and JoMer, of Staple and fan- CONSTITUTION TilE STATE OF

intflUut The generally <* Cat'airy. IVom the \\TM I rrOCKfBROUGI return toFloT ry Dry Good FLORIDA. .
punishment intj'lr present advices it WtLLAI W GRIfJ:. On Watson I.iff of Wes- T in tll" altnd Courts of the C. W. &J. T. Moore &Co. No. 207 Pearl street, PROPOSED AND AGREED TO BT THE SCCO5PC.K.1EftAL .
&a sort of gauntlet-running between two file ol f i i" thought he ra'lm I able to reach Vera Cruz lev Rishop Watson's Fletcher's Christian I Middle Circuit. :-uid, Jackson and Franklin Counties I west side, 4 doors above Maiden Lane. AVSCMBr ; SUBJECT TO THC ACTION

aldiers armed with rods-the number of blow. HR w on as Gen. 8'U1. and if he arrives! !he. Perfection, and the Discipline\plogy of our Church JOHN in West Honda B &M will also) attend the Perkins., Brooks,&White No. 12'3 Pearl street. pr THE NEXT GENERAL AMCMM.T. .

reaching high as seven thousand, as in the following lore the latter, wil.! able to prevent the dis. W MILL On Supreme and Feel..r.il Court" Their time will I Grant &Barton, (Goods" for Indians,) 2!) William S.I
a b
Geography and C ositioii EI I ,1n frt
"mj >WI> drvvtrd exclusively to stree. no to amend the Constitution of this State
The Emperor of Rusia is ranked embarkation troons, or them it tie l'I,1 profession. ,
case. among alack L. T. HL\KE. claim against the {I'nited fjr th attentive J"I3 Conkling A. Co. 150 Pearl street as to extend to all free while male inhabitants, .

the Kine'profes!tng to be ('Jiristian-and belong he finds only a portion landed. The wIlitofen. ) THIRD YEAR. pro"ltinn.t which arrangements" .have.been made Um M. Lumnns:A. Co. 161 I'earlltree. being eitixcns of the United States, who shall .'1

to the Greek Church. The Russian Govern- OTT'S force will amount to about On the Bible to in Washington Tweed) Moulton &. -iv Broad street, hare resided within this State one year, the rite
13.000) and a history and Chronology, JAMES March n.: I 1"17. 31lola DuremSixon, No. 39 Nassau st. Post lir ji.anth r. .
being despotic, the will of Nicholas: is, of an impression exists that opposite :
Illume On the second, and third of Office and House 1. Beit enacted '.
frt parts Staple Furnishing Dry Goods. SECTION by the Senate and
course, the supreme law of the land : hTAxu wi risk a fight at any rate. F:. J. ;"1
W4t on:.Institutes and Htilei'j' Abridgement of Gre s.RRELS & Bussing Ill and 113 Williams street. Representatives of the State of / /.
.According to the Rm-ian militan code thestu even if he has encounter the whole} |Idr.Gln. orv's Church history, ROB II 4 0 B \ HRST RATE :' Malcolm &. Gaul, No. 175 Pearl rila in General Assembly convened That the first I
HOWRE.N. stree.
used in the application of the bastinado are to be of TA\U }has about COOO m 'n at Saltilloand Rhetofic HIT On Fr sue by :lt.SSI Rust Dean X IVIes, 115 and 17 street, clause of the sixth article of the Constitution be so 'I I
Fucb thickness that three oi them max be put together and Composition, THOM W. COOPER 'lhrc1i l'i. Is 17. Washington Stores. amended as follows,viz free "
'JOOO at Monterey' ', and w l learn has col.lected !I. .' 34 J. R FORTUNE. : Every white male person :.
in the barrel of a reiua'aon rousk t. but the ( FOURTH YEAR. -_ ---- A. G. ot' the of ,
there which ----- & &II. Brown, 151 Pearl street, corner of age twenty-one years and upwards,and f ,
the Abbe Sieraeinki and provisions with what 1 he -) I loin, a e".U* HamO who
used th HBL" shall
on be. at the time
tick ..tlr On the nibIl! ', IhnH II. LCCKFY. On Ctu. of offering to vote, a citi- "t
wereio thick that they' could .but with j'lfficultv had reccned from Camarj wa uflicient for central ::co-k.idrs, J" SlioulJer" re. .f tint United Sta _, ua'4 who shall have resided ,

put in a musket barrelcconlm..; to the same rec- eight! or ten months supph; ot the force he had the lurd and fourth parts of '\'ol son's Institutes, JIll t ncrivnl! and f'ur sale. bvMireh Printed Calicoes exclusively.Lee and had his habitation, domicil bums and place of 4'

lation, the soldiers are to be in close columns and with !im. Till posts on the Rio (:Irande are I JOHN I.. J :RRY. On Powell on Aptstolical Succession -- -\I'..--117 l -' 31-- LLOYD &FL:\GG. &Brewster: 44 Cedar street. permanent abode in Florida for one tear next preceding (. ij,1

not to move their elbows from their sideh. n in I defended an.1 l Ou'lev'sOld Christianity contrasted with !Aolirr.HEmd. the election at which he shall offer to rote, :
the act of striking. But on this occasion then wa- very wlukl. and coul he carried I the Novelties of .' Commltnnn .Merrhants and Jobber for the Sale and who shall, at such time and for six months immediately 1i,
Popery P. nigneil
I distance of one step between each two men. and \ cifCu\ the enenn. only hail the PI\TOS SUTI. Onl..ic .veral toiuJ about to leave the StaNL ., of Braini b/ieetingx. Cotton Yarn, ffe. preceding said time, have had his babita '-
to their rirht undertake and Composition, Ervviw: L. T. fors' ". any wh mav be R. &. D. M. tion, domicil, home and of ''J'
they were ordere put let forward: ) and (enterprise to it. The Mexicansare HL'KI., indebted to him to settle Stebbins, Nassau, between Pine and place permanent abode,
., in ord'T to strike with --- ---- -- -- -- --- tl.ir arcnUlt. as anon a1oc.ihe Cedar.J. in.thiecounty which hemavolTertovotehaIbs.deemed .
t T all and --
rare miht The am.infliction commenced oIl thopifnteneed all constantly most correctly in.'oTned! of >i A I I i 1-J. | : as th.-v will (find ureatly to lluir. nter 'sttomtba G. Dudley.) Co. Old Slip, between Pearl and a qualified voter at all elections under this :I.
our movement of hcfute'he
to 70oO blows ; but tl.ebbe Sicracinskivt strength our diul'rentIJz In this city, on Thur d.iv' evening, th Februarv settlement levsTIle business Constitution and none others, except in election by ,
,_ ,_ :
n.r".n .t.. .. of tIe t"11Ii.hr.n tiininv.r. his a'nre.! general ,.. .tl g
ticket in the
left to the last ot them. h thc wilwconctlc.d Statf' or Dufr.rf i.rr -ribf.d Ly !
.The prisoners b ,naked to the wai;t. were led.each I If the Castle; of \ era"C; i is not pedJ! I \ Rf\.Iwin L T. make. Mr GEORGE W.I bMctsrs \MON and I(YNCII. ap! Cloth? Ca.'limfes, Sfe.WiUon law, in which cues, the elector mu..ibn been-a )rj 1 ;
his turn fourteen times Through the GREEN .and Miss HARRIET P II1NSON, all of II c.mtl'ld.Ih"fl to thi patronage his friends G. Hunt Co. Si William resident of the State one next the
in ranks (two captured. w learn is the i intention of & street corner year preceding .
fil j
Mdiers striking it once count!hit for one blow .)- JtoTT to ( i Gtn.1 this Courtv a:(\'r\, w."urh ol th.ir cInfidelire/ and f.I\lr. Maiden Lane, Importers and Jobbers in French, electionand six months within the election district .

When the prisoner falls exha'I.e.! lie i- raided up renm'p troops from the range The lnirsIZnelh.. 1 lakes. this ocrasion. to ten 'er his Gi-rman Belgian and English Cloths, C"imerf in which he offers to voleProwled, That no sol- V-J I .IJ
the} romi'o. and to blockade the and Castle - -- thanks t- therm/ ot Taliih;,.-e. and vuinitv for Vestmzs and Goods dier, seaman marine in t
bench citj or the
and placed on a II is made In reCei\ O niT U A K '1. ,adapted to men' tear; also, regular Army or Navy I
the rounder of his punishment. When the Ab'jp'! I bv.' sea and land. the ers :lu:>i rl. p.mnac! he ha.,rev '1\,1 l from th.m. /ta/er, in American Cloths, Casimerel, and of the United States, unle> he were a qualified elec'j.''j I'
Died on the 5th instant, at his residence in Leon
Sieracm"Vi's turn ari\e a doctcwent to him A rumor prevailed that len. TAYLOR intended 1. \EKEr .ipooneries, together With Tailors tor of this Stale previous to Ins enlistment all such 4 Min 1 i I I't, 'I1r' Trimming I:
UI near mack Creek, Mr JOHN n :it soldier,
and ofert him he refilled to advance from county SUTI at I -- __ __ of all kinks. seaman or marine in the Regular Army or Jtf
up executioners sinsring the psalm. .walkt( S.iltillo in case it was the advanced age of '2 jears. The ) was JU lit. iL' SIJ --- -- 1-'. S Winston &Co. 70 Cedar street, Importers and Navy of the United States, or of the revenue service, "tl/ ..

inn D'us.' As he wa weak-hi!con-tiuti<>nshat- asrertained .\xx., A>>.\ }had withdrawn his one of the carl stttlu in Florida, and tElfaoC t bv Jobbrrs"of English, French and German Cloths, shall lie considered a resident of the S'ate in conse- i(
ttred by long pri\-ahon'-h fell alter receiving >i force from San Luis. tsl.pmf Ca.iirrf Vestmzs, and Goods adapte to me n't quence of being stationed within the same.
Ifl : :
; he then taken I those who knehim as a worthy, honest citizen, Mi if ear. Tailors' Trimmings in Passed Senate. December I. tsl'i." .
blow : was up, ,placed on a blnh'l --- --- I dl great variety. : 'f
THE HUMORED ears a member of the Baptist Church. D H MAYS, President
Bide to kneel, hi* tied hi many Senate.
.bndo tlhi.d t B.\TfLJ J ,r r. __ II. ARCHJR. &crf'tan ..
ant to protect, ana ill-, ncaa Make. in tins The :Mecurvas -- I .nanvjaciurert ami j/ea/ertin .iOt ant nnoes. St-nate. '1
position he was taken round in front of l'lt executioner. -I CharlIlol the : as we anticilttd. "THE FLOKIII1\ ;uOR tIll relief cfcou-rhs, coMs.corisuniplion.asth- .\, &. A, G Trask. 121 Maiden Lane. Passed House, December)61S11. ?f|a
battle '
.. He still breathed at the 4"' >fclb]"w.. rlllt.J has not >et been I ru, vhi.flt1TlH| conab, catarrh, tightness of the Wro South Brown, iiicceaaor of Kimball .V. Brown, RORERT BROW, Speaker Ho. Reps.
ibortlv. afterward fxpirf and more-than :).*> Il.\s will appear from the follow! ing, extracted Is Published wry Saturday by Siblrj & Djkr. !hi i-_ (r.i'li"st. "f'ldll., arid ail pulmonary aTler No 14'J Water street, near Maiden LaneGranmssi M. D. PAn, Clelk. 'Jo rA

were inflicted on :corpse!. I from the )ica\.uut of March : To whom nil letter arr.rtaiO!! to the business ,it tiolis N.'v"'rai. I bou-and boxes hit e Iw,:n SOOt! within I Patten, Oti Maiden Lane,near Pearl st. )'1

Some feeling ha' been excised- in:the city the Otfue mu-t b(' addre's>'d poitagt paid.TFRJU the last .i\ irnoiths. giviti iioinediate rI-h itt ti> J. H Rinsom &('o. f Pearl street. .In .let to amend the Constitution of this Stale so *$,i;

The .Mexican Letter, of.Marque.-Lord Palmers-. b those who Lave' i ten afflicted with the nl',>1 ilistre-s- W M Newell 3:. C,,. No 122 Water ttreet.C.hin cu to make the 8f8.'t ,m of the General .itsemlly *.
the )II } the reports which hate reached here from eou lis anl old-, to tu'altb W. Howe, 131 Maiden Lane. biennial instead of annual. r
ton, in British House of Commitihas stated lit aWItIfrnL | trt.isiii i'"J.
i; Tampico, that an action had been (ought near copv m adnllcl', tl i I"i iltnosf, ever stazi. .t( |1.11mnn irv, affection TlievvholevM.rldsli. S.UI" Daniel &Co. 171 Pearl street.IlipO"1T3 SECTION 1. Be it enacted bu the Senate and < ,
fl'itively and distinctly, upon the authority' of the Four in 10 >I"> ij4
.Saltillo. between the forces of (;eri. .Talor cnpiit. al\.alrE ( ..uiti kn<'w that Dr Hull I '-C'.ujh L"/- Representatives of the State of J1- j t1
Mexican Minister at the Rr.tish; Court that there is Subscriptions paid within *i months, 3 .r.0) i Dealers in Hardware rulain CNtn-al.'llfJlnnbl.1 eonvenedTb4t tie second I' '
and Santa Anna. The obtained tn: ,are a c itain rurel-ir' all dl"ta-e'leading to consumption I all and Guns. t
rumor cur.rency When not paid until the end the
co truth in the report put forth bv the London Chronicle ol scar, 4 55) 11.\! arereconiini'ii'lrtlbv thousands who Wolfe \ Bishop, S7 Maiden. Lane, corner Gold at. clause of the fourth article of the Constitution of t

that authority to issue letters of to I and o\en crt.dt'lc( but i is no doubt tin- The circulation of the Flundian equals:, if it dues not h.,.uses! !tin-in and ta-. that. tliev give relief. when A. W Spies i, CO. yT Maiden Lane. this State be so amended as to read as follows viz : |

marque |In- founded. We pulIshdth'nJy a letter dated !surpass, that ot any other paler; in the State, and i> ;,1! .t Ii. i t lI' i.nl I Pr,, J'l, o:'nts p.r box, with Van Wa enen &Tucker, 172 Greenwich, corner 2d. The members tf the House of Representatives :llj i
Titeer against American commerce, had been given ,I the -ih} ult. constantly extending vnRTI" ut '. shall he chosen by the and shall
: alijo. h was writ. (IIttn E.MFNT inprt- 111 dirct 'i 1.1.s I or sale. bv Dey.Dennistoun qualified toUrs, t
bv the Mexican government to a COmLi! lon r appointed abitut the time the action is supposed to ,{ the Usual rtt. Jon Wonc, of all kinds, executed LEWIS &AMES, i. Disbrow, No. S5 Pearl street opposite serve for the term of two years, from and after the t

for that purpose. Newspapers in thi country -! taken with all possible despatch and neatness of stv_ le. March II. hi'. 31 Tallahassee Pearl Streel House, sign of the" Padlock". I day of the first election under the amended Consti- 't G
the originated \i'h I hate place, or a little after. That made I ----- ------.----h----. ----- -- r RuhliD1. 131 Pearl street. tution. and no longer: and the sessions of the General .i 7

say. report pnonsCofcered no mention of a battle. We have since seena All OrdinanceTo I Ech\n Hunt, 20 Platt street, corner of Gold Agentfor Assembly hall be biennial, and commence on -;

in the British shipping interest, was 5tate I letter ol the IClh ult., from Camargo, writ I Hunts' Douglas .Axes and Tools. I the fourth Monday in November, in each and every : .

the purpose of InJtiouslyafotm; the American ten a very intelligent officer of the raise a Revenue for the citv of Tallahassee for I iTOOTH ACHE I Wolfe &Gillespie. lt>3 Pearl street. second year, or at such other times as may be prescribed '. .

earning trade. so. it is in keepins with the spirit It makes army. the \3 1M7.SECTION A. L Haltc i. Son, 7 })lot streetCheap for Cash by law. .
I of
no nl'ntiol such an action, nor of I. Pe tt vnlauifil by the Jutemlant niulCammon Set.. 2. Be further mattel That the third clause

which induce English capitalist- to monopolise the march of Santa Anna upon Saltillo. the city i>f 7'ullahaxife, That flR. TOOTHACHE ELIXIR the fourth article of the Constitution be amended .
CUUA'i is a
' the provision market, and pecula'c! upon the miseries Frol all the lights before us, we are decidedly the 1st, .' ith; "Ih, "th, !th, loth, llth t _IJ sure L.COC'TS speedy cure for the mo"t distressing Lnporlers of Saddlery and CoatI Hardware. so that the same shall read as follows: 3d. That the .j9i j9iof

of their starring countrymen. of opinion, not only that Santa Anna has and 1-th sections (with the exception ot that part of complaint that can afflict the human frame. No person John Van Nest, JP arl strEct. Representatives shall chosen on the first Monday 1 j

not attacked Gen. but the 1.2th. section which provides that the City Tax who has elecajid teeth should be without' thisremedy. Abraham R !: 222 Pearl street, opposite in the month of October, in each and every second : '
Unheard of RascalityThe most unparalleled Taylor, that Gen. Taj. Collector thalT receive eight per centum upon all Some have supposed the toothache could: Platt. year, from and after the first election under this a- ,

piece of villainy in modern times is thus enumerated lor will be the first of the two to commenceactive monies collected In him, and paid into the City not be cured without extraction This is, however W. J. Buck Extensive Manufacturer and Importer. I mended Constitution, or on such otLer daj as nay

by the New York correspondent of the: hostilities. We do not despair of hearing Treasurv ) of an ordinance entitled .An ordnance to a mistake. The experience of the thousands who Smith, Wright 4.. Co. 129 Maiden Lane. be directed by law. ." t tl
Washing. of a general action in that direction. It raise a Revenue for the city of Tallahassee,condens. have given this remedy a trial and who have declared I Sec. 3. Be further enacted,That the fifth clause ;
ton Union, dated Feb. 23 : would be ed and revised from the several orJifance of the if. it cost $10 per vial, they would not Lnpaiters and Dealer, in Fiench and English of the aforesaid article be so amended as to read as :f

"In one of the churches last Sunday, a collection too soon to anticipate one for se'eralwtcks City Council passed prior to the Ita 1M1- and ap bout it, proves conclusively. that extraction not b Drug, Chemicals, Essential Oils,tfc. follows, viz: The Senators shall be chosen by the f'

*ai taken up in aid nf the Irish relief fund. The we fear, but the sooner the better ; we prln.cduust 1Mb' 1->.J, be and the same are here- necessary and that the toothache.can be cured,.and Johson, Moore X Taylor, SI Maiden Lane. qualified electors for the term of (,flt* ear, at the .

congregation pave liberally, and the amount was have no doubts as to the issue. Preparationsare b, continued in full force and ttlect.'Srr the teeth saved fur useful purposes Let those afflicted aiiie time, in the same manner, and in the same : ;

l tare, i was evidenced bv the heap of bank bills on going forward with activity in that I 2.. Beitjurther Oidamrd, That the tax levied trv and satisfy thems It costs but 5o I Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Druifs,PaII place where they vote for members of the House of
each plate. Unfortunately, jut as the collector in well for license:tu pursue the following avocations, lenl"l.er'\al, with all necessary directions for use. OIL., / Stiiffs and Chemical Representatives; and no person shall be a Senator H
as at and
te mi Idle attic (properly nave,) where the contribution as Tampico, the months of I calling and business hereinafter enumerated, shall public may rest asured there is no danger in Hav iland, Ktese Co. (J Maiden Lane. unless he be a white m'ul. a citizen of the United -

was largest was passing the door, a wd I- March and April promise to be eventful ones I be as buoys the application of this rcme-dv For sale by Boyd i. Paul, No. 4. Liberty st near Maiden Lane. Statesand shall have been an inhabitant of this State .

dressed mill stumbled azailstt. him, as it accident, in the }hi it torj of%the war. There are more 1st. On al merchants and "hopklpeutJin LEWIS i. AMES, Ha'skell & leric No. Ii) Gold street, (five doors for two years next preceding his election, and the '

and while he was rfou'rinl himself, another ciose laurels jet to be won by Old Hough and goods, warts and merchandjzt whoe average capital March. 13. 1-17. 31 Talluliasiee. from :Ild n .) Also Agents for sf.eralr.Art"rN. last v ear a resident, of the distnief or count for which 'I
iiv ( handful I or stock in Irate less than five thousand dollars. .. nt, "h"ni,1 J1"npn; '. T..h he shall be th..en_ 2n,1. _.I..tt_._ 1.2YP,. .tt"in.. ,l ,I". ... t
an accomplice grasped in one nearlv ".I. ." v .. eo - ----- ".V -
the bills on the plate, and run off!, in the ConU"I1: ;l &" "U) I an annual lax of twent%.li\dollars to be ascertained Dissolved.I" I'ate. .Jcc.Hoadle.v of t twenty.flveyears.: \ .ll.

that ensuedeluding al pursuit This n the inten. I oftJie liruish Mad Tifcrd on oath before the Intendant or b.f.rt some Justice ) ICHRD FLAGLER &CO have this,dav. Jis- Phelps &Co. Importers and Wholesale Sec. 4:'Be il"urlhlrenarThat the sixth: clause i
1rrlck Steamship of the Peace, before the license ranh'd. bv mutual The Dealers in Drugs Medicines of the aforesaid article be amended to read
let rascality vet, the scoundrel who could lie \solved cons.-nt business,:of f the I Chemicals, Dye so as >*
guilty of Itd "e'e to be starved to death in the Orcr (10 Aim Lost-Uy the Yucatan schoo 2d. On all merchants: and fehopkt<>|>trs vendiriz COICl'rilib closed bv J. R Fortune alone, he StulI Paints, and Oils, 142 Water street. follows, viz: The classification of Senators, as made

sight of plenty. and amid the reproaches and sufferings -I uertrc'jdo, arrived jesterdaj,* from Campeachj1 foodsarts and Irchaldl1e, vvtur-e capital or haviag lou1: lal'r''entire! interest. Oltol, A. Co. 127 Maiden Lane, N. Y. at the first session ol the General Assembly held in l

of the victims of his v ulaiiiv." we have received files of papers from stock in trade i:five thousand dollars and upwards, mCIAR }\GLER( Lawrence Kee-e, 121 Maiden Lane. the year 1S45. shall continue unchanged ; one half .
Merida' an annual tax ol fort) uUa! 's. II II Schieflelin \ Co. hut and l'"J' John ot whom, as nearly as possible, shall be chosen for
to the IGth ult. The rUHTlXI street
item of
fc -The amount of duties paid at the Boston custom only :M. On all Auctioneers, liltv dollars. Tallaln',ec, Ircl ">. [,;]_", Wm. Burger, Z.l j and 52 Cortlandt street. ever hereafter biennially for the term of four sears :
importance in tlr is the Joss of the BritiSh I, 1th On all commission iix rchants, torts dollars. -- Piovuled, however, and it w hereby declared that $
dunn the months December .
hoi arlt I mail steamship \ from la\'ana to Vera :th. On all retailers of spirituous h'llur.in quantities $ 3OO Reward.UNAWAY Importers and Dealers in French and Enli China the term of office of that class of &-nators uneapired -

last, was eO")". against 8i:3: in those I Cruz. The Tweed left on the Uth, I less than a quart, an annual. ta ( nilet. dollars Glass and at the first election under the amended Constitution 'f

months of the preceding jear. The increase in January and the 12th lamna I from the subscriber on the Richard F. Hariland, No. S2 Maiden Lane, above shall extend to,and expire on. the first Monday

was aearlv fyf.CMj. Verily, things continue I on experienced a severe gale, 111i.; On every Billiard Table Nine Pin Alley or i \night .the 2th February, four NEGRO Pearl- in October, eighteen hundred and flit,. .

thus, the will ruined by which she was thrown on the eastern side Bowling I .\ley, technically so called, used for hire, ..', viz : S:VM about 2" years 01.1.cry Frere 5t Conklin, 71 Pearl st. corner Coenties Slip.S. Sec. 5. Be it further enacted That the first election
b a vengeance by !i of the alacralcs and wrecked. She had onboard I II an annual of ninety dollars. .n inclined to b shins built. JOE, very &E. Willetd. 113 Water street. for Assemblymen under this amended Constitution 3'

this"loco (net, tariff-: Th increase in the whole I ::passengers, and her crew was composed 'Tib On every' Dray or Cart Used for hire, an an- about 10 or 4" \.ear old, rather. 'thick Henry W. Havdock &Co. 71 John street. shall take place on the first Monday in October S

revenue, since the 1st of December, has already of about nuai tax of nine dollars. a very round small head BOO, abouti IJ Siine-on D. Skillin, 101, Water street, Cdoois below eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and the first ,.

reached about smO;)), e ciinpared with the receipts SO men. According to the Mh On every two cr lour horse wagon ned for of rather tight c'mllt'iot, slim: built a- I Wall street. session of the General Assembly, under this amend- t .t.
I intelligence received at Sisal, through Mr. hire, an annual tax of fifteen d.lar.. i..ut *Ii high, has been on.of his hips, dod Constitution,shall commence on the fourth Monday

during a corresponding Pro of the preceding John Davis, the supercargo, who} had! charge j Utli On every Hack or l'u Used furlun which causes him to walk badl which i< very per .Ja1faruTn of every description of,frat Bonnets in November, in the year eighteen hundred and

year, thus far, at least, rrovi whig to L no of(the correspondence, over 00 lives were I '. an annual tax of nine dollar. i ceplblt in hiswalkinz. I BRYANT, about .'-vears. Dealers in Panama, Leghornand forty-eight.

true prophets j lost. The Tweed had loth' On every Public Livery Stable, an annual old, rather light complexion tolerably stout built, Palm Leaf Hats. Passed Senate, December 22, 15411. -
I a cargo 1170 flasks tax of thirh-six"dolars.. lia-. been afle-cted with Sciatica ,Inch causes his Leland A. Mellen, 171 Pearl, corner Pine street. D. H. MAYS, President ol Senate. l !

Peruvian .cympalhy.-Nev'v. oi the victories of I| of quicksilver, which wi probably be a total llth. On'every ( and Pedlar vendingcood-, feet to stand out obluj'iely each way Also, a woman John C. Henderson & Co. 176 Pearl street. H ARCHER, Secretary of Senate. '

oui troops in Mexico had beetvreceived, and El Comtoercio I loss. The Spanish brig L'milio, on her waj ware and merchandize, aii annual tax of ole hundred named. RACHEL, about 30 years old, black' Saroni A, .Archer, 151 Water stree. Passed House of Representatives December 20.1S4G. .

the leading of to Havana, met a boat from the Tweed, on dollars not verv stout, no |>eculiar marks unless it be a slight William E Whiting A, Co. ( stree. v,
paper Per S3 the 13th with nine board 12th. On all Shows, Circuses Equestrian or The mark on her face. This woman run away about Edward Bridge &Co. 100 Pearl, ad r Beaver ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. of Reps.M. .
We are into Yan We desire withal person on about D.
PArT, Clerk House ,
ture atrical Exhibitions a tar oj live dollars fur each exhibition Christmas, but I presume Cat with the others streets. Reps.
our her. triumph of jhe United States, and I I:miles from Sisal, and took them on }board, ; a license to authorize which, must first Also, a man by the name wil TOt This feluw runaway Mann, Swift A. Co. 62 Cedar street, opposite Post Febiuary 27. 1937. 32 CnnT7JIi.L'

possible the annexation of Mexico, in order to eon- j I, returned to port with them-and not withstand- IhtltIrom the Intendant and countersigned by b : from me about three jears ago, and presume Othce.UTiolesale.
olidate a much as possible t re grand xvMem ot republican ing the rough sea and }high wind at the time, 'the Treasurer, under a penalty of double the tax from information which I have lately recen'c intended l HOUSE,
government on our continent The result : herein assessed for I make his to Aueusta that Dealers in Fur Silk and Wool Hats
neglect thereof to way as in
returned the THOMAS .
to wreck in older afford assist COlTSTr, GEORGIA.HE
to ,
of all .
may be the final extinguishment of all monarchical and Straw Goodi of all kinds, Caps s
Sec 3. He further Jrdamnl, That there shall section I him of Mr Henry B. Ware -
remains in America." ancc to the persons that remained on board. be assessed. and collected the bUoying pioptrtv tax, Tom is,1 3Uppf I"rcbasl.years old!, lothick set, andtuleratle of every description. 'iii- undersigned,having taken the above

Her return Was anxiously looked for at Sisal, to wit : stout, has a bald he.id, on whiCh he generally Switt fcHurlbut. 15b Water street. _9111commodate named House, is now prepared to ac-

t3-The Waslii ngton correspondent of t he Charleston as great fears wcr entertained for the lives 1st On all impro\'f and unimproved town lots, a wears a cloth cal' under his hat. I think thatsoincwbitcscoundrcl Draper, Clark A Co. Commission Merchants and 1 those who may favor him with 1

Courier states that Major!Gcneral BENTON will of those who were left on the wreck. tax equal to two-thid. of one per centum upon is at the head of it. A. has mdu- Dulel in Bonnets,Palm L Leghorn, Panama, their patronage. His charges will be moderate. .
the valuation thereof. red them I will for the apprehension: and Fur, Silk, Brush and Caps, A.C. Jtc. THOMAS SIMMONS.
his the 11f give
on to set He further
10f b way o wa. No. 31 Nassau street, the Post Thomasville, Ga., Feb. 13,1S47. 30DR.
PERSbNALAPI'EARANCEOFMR. JEFFERSON 2d. On every' practising Physician or Surgeon, an drliverv tme of the first five If'ntiuut" Negroes2O opposite Ofce.
tales that
he will have
an important command as. _. _: __ : 'h annual tax of nine dollars. a'piece, or secured in any Jail so that I,can

algl to him by the President, and will L charge The lion. Wm. .Sullivan, ot Boston, some M. On every praCtisinlurney and Counsellor get them For TOM, I will give 81OO, if delivered -' RMons Straw Goods, Artificial Flowers,4-c.

with the negotiations for peace. years ago, published an interesting volume, at Law, an tax of nine dollars. to mt, nr ll secured that I can get him I think John C. Henderson A. C. 176 Pear! street. [ SPENCER'SiVt&'tTA'BLC

I entitled *' Familiar Letters on Public charac Itlt. On nil fro* cotoroc malf-u I boru..p" ho air..oftventvone Tmti has.obtained a free pass, or was assisted ofF bv William E Whiting A Co. 122 Pearl street.

fch Gen. Tom Thumb, the renowned dwarf, has The work it is said and fifty years an annual tax of ten elollar some "Iitf man. 1' or aO information of any white I r IL.t3AND
ter. ,was prepared with ,. man who way havca.sistftl thtm in any way mmakmz Wiolesale ta/rin Palm tenfand Straw Goods,

returned to hit native country, after an absence of.e"ea1un I great care, and the sketches were as faithfulas ith. On all free colored females between the azes I their escape, I that I can prose-cute him with George Bridges, 102 Par street. :

in"Europe. Tl eGeneral brings with they were beautiful. In remarking on the of twenty-one and fifty )ears, an annual. tax of five I ctle-ct, I will give a n ward ot One hundred Dollars.Anv VEGETABLE TONIC AND RESTORATIVE 4

him, it is said, JCIW.'XX). a: the result cf his little Declaration Independence, and the distinguished dollars.Cth. information bv. letter will received. if addressed Importers. of Lace GOOL"i". Gloves, Hosiery, BITTERS. ;

gatherings during.his abroad. On all white male inhabitants between the 1 to me at Lipona,Jetterson Countv Fla traraIJ JoHNSToN Co, N |C., October 5th, 1S4G. '
sojourn author, Mr.I Jefferson came to Philadelphia J. A. Underwood, streetImporters .
a ze'of twentyone and fifty )cal, a poll tax of one millS certifies that, in April. 1S45 I was taken I
in March 179G ; he was a tall man, dollar each March C 1-17. 3 2ra
poll.7th. ,
gO-: There is no news from the Army by this morning's upon : .Manufacturers and Dealers in _L with the Measles, from which I had not fully .
over six feet in stature, neither ful or thin in On l slaves between the ages of fourteenand (KI- The Augusta Constitutionalist, Hosiery wheniAusust following, I was exposed
Jackson'ic recovered,
The reported battle between Suspenders, Gloves, Cravats, Searjs, '
mal. Santa An. fifty, annual tax of one dollarI'rotiJrd, i and \ Caps, Mill which
Ilia limbs New ) resulted
body. were long loosely put Montgomery Hag IIP Oil Silks Linens to the water, (while uildinga
,Sfe. A-c.
na and Gen. Taylor, is discredited by the New Orleans together. His hair was of a reddish sorrel, That the City Council may exempt from taxation : Mobile Register and Journal will publish the ahovl Charles B. Hatch, No. 97 William street. in an attack of the Chills. and Fever, for which I
paper. any slave laboring under mental or bodily amicI ion weekly for two months, and send their account to took large quantities of Fever A, Ague Medicine, .
remarkably combed loosely over the E. A. Greacen, 107 William and CC John streets,
coarse, infirmity of the of Slant
or on application
owner or agent this othce for settlement. without finding any relief.until January, lt-46; frcm
forehead and the sides and tied behind. such slave. David A. Herrick. "2 Maiden Lane and 7 Liberty
Cotton.-No Cotton received in this market for at which time I missed my Chills until the first of June, ,
His complexion was light and sandy.IIisforehead fcth. On all male tl'lt luring his or their own TIN MANUFACTORY. street, near William._ when they returned in a more violent and aegrava-
week. We have dales from New York I
te'lat up time within the limits of the city, an tax of skin became and
annual tedform. My swarthy
--- ----
rather and broad. His my eyes
t the 5th inst..which show an improvement: in that II high eyebrows twenty dollars; and if the same i, not paid by such j. R. E, Importer and Manufacturer of Gmtmt', and turned yellow. I tried various remedies, but with ,. .

xuuket oil a i cent. I long and atraight. His cheek bones "lve. then a tax of double the amount to be paid by l'OJrT Ladies Furnishing GC.Geo. no success, until I procured a bottle of your Bitters,
hifh. His VING become the sole of the M. Tracy 123 Pearl Street.hnpoiters .
face broad! Kpn-nlh hi.,1 His maller of such slave. TT proprietor TI1 and a box of the Pills; and in two weekssteadv

Supreme chin long, and his mouth large. His i drew On all female slaves hiring her or their own time J.J. SHOP lately the property of R Flagler & ., Brushes French, of them, in accordance with the directions for such
takes this method nf informing public that he of Combs,
O.lr.SATJU1AT was a black coat, with light colored under within the limits of the city, an annual tax of ten Cull" cases,I effected a permanent and radical cure; and
German Fancy
March 6. 1S47. dollars and if the i not such slave will keep constantly on hand, at the shop opposite English and
clothes. ; same paid by from that time to the present. I have enjoyed good
He had no polish of manners but : his store, a large assortment ufall the varieties of Wbile Nos. lii and 113 William street,
a. then tar of double the amount to be paid by the &Taker
C. plaintifTin error, vs. George F. a health-much better than I had enjoved for some .
Rchar Spa Stores.
simplicity and Tin and other articles in his line of :
sobriety deportment. He of such slave ftorideti. That if such slaveor usually kept Washington Measles.
: time previovs to the attack of the
Batl defendant in error. Opinion delivered by and business. He also be prepared to furnish Lvman Cook, 87 Pearl, opposite the Pearl Street
was quiet and yet a I' slaves live within the mclosure or on the premi. wi N. G. GULLY.
Hawluni. Justice, affirming judgment of Court be- would not fail to perceive, that he was stranger in the sea occupied his, her or their master, then and in Merchants in country Tin-ware at as low prices I House. Price 25 cents per box for the pills,and $1 per
low. it from the North and them to
they can get
; of who that case no such tax shall be collected from said as ; bg. bottle for the bitters. .
presence one was not a common call and examine for themselves. is an object and Manufacturer of Fringes, Gimps,
Ward X negro or master. Importer A fresh received at LEWIS t AMES
supply just
.May, fo use, fcc. plaintifli in error vs. man.-His manner conversation in it here, as it will free from damage, Cords & Sft.
E4A1I was calm Uth On all four.vjsbecl pleasure Carriages, a tax of having b Zephyrs J .tr. .e. Tallahassee,and for sale by agents in all parts of the
1t Sine, defendants inerror.. Opinion ddiv-: and deliberate, and free from al gesticula. threedollars. On al Burie Sulkies and two wheel which it usually gets by shipping. D. A. Booth, 100 William Southern country.

ere by Dgla Chief Justice, arming judgment lion ; but be spoke like one considered Carriage a tax of GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF TI.V-WARE. February 20. 1847. 31

cii Conn below. himself entitled to deference, and as thoughhe loth. On every slave publicly exhibited by a vender ] doz Furnace such a every family ought to Dealers in Linen and Cotton Thrtads, Cml
within the corporate limits of the withinone Oil Cans Buttons, Looking Glasses,tft. and Iptt Just Received
city, or have Sugar Sugar ,
Ada'fc Joh lrtM Jr., appellant vs. Susan A. Mini measured what he said, by some standard mile thereof for sale, (provided an" actual sale Counter, Dippr. for StOYI Simmpf, &, EnKli. French and German (. IIHDS. bacon Side 20 doz pt bet Scotch Ale

IXL apl le Opini4n delivered by Douglas ofself-complacencj The expression ofhis face take place,) a tax of five dollars for every slave so Sheet Iron for making Znc Stove Cok &Co 133 Pearl street. _, and Shoulders, ? 20 qt Porter

Chief Justice,granting execution to said appel- was that of thoughtfulness and observation ; exhibited and sold. Tin and Copper for Roofing Pip of Buildings Pike &Ladd,30 Nassau opposite the Post Office, 2 hhds superior llama, j 10 bbls Almonds Brazil-

liiei on judgment in Jackson Superior Court. when speaking, he did not look at his auditor, Sec. 4. Be further Ordained, That all licenses and put up at short notice, either in the cityor and Jobbers of Umbrellas 25 kegs Lard, nuts,and Filberts,
hereafter to be issued, and signed by the Intendantand country. .lanufacut' an 10 ferkins Butter 10 drums Figs.
WEDNESDAY, March 10, 1547. but cast his eyes towards the ceiling or thefloar countersigned by the Treasurer, shall not be is- ALSO a new invention for draining Sugar,which patol. 10 boxes Soap. 5 bbls dried Apple

Orloff M. Donnon appellant va. Robert Bigelow, or anywhere but at the eye ofhis auditor. He sued for a shorter period than twelve months : Pio- will drain it for market in two days, and begs the Henry Keep A. Co. Pear Stret. 30 Sperm Candles, 10 basicets Champaigne

Ez>'. Appellee. Opinion deli by Macrae Jostffinning had already become a personage of distinction, sided That all keepers of Billiard Tables, Ten Pin planters to call and examine. 50 sacks Salt Wine
tita, ere but Alleys, or Bowling Alleys, (technically 1 called) 20 patent Well and Cistern single double Rod Glass Cutlers and .Manufacturers of Solar 20 bbls Whiskey, For sale bv
of Curt below. and an object curiosity ; although as yet an and Rich Cut Glass.
judgment shall be permitted or allowed to take out a license Pumps well adapted to plantation Glo R. BJt D. Vf. POST.

Thomas Randall, TS Smith! fc Parramore. Opine young man, compared with many of the for e less period than twelve months, hut not less March 6, 1547. 33 u.e. Turner &Lne. Duane street. February 20.1W7. 3t



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tLI _ _ I --
LAND SALES.IN Tax Collector* Wale. -
. 4 '".. Extract front the aft ef Ccngreu of 3d.March Leave riioinasville every Thursday at GaOl. arrive 10. The distances are given according to the best SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, virtue of the power vested in

I Js1;>, 3
t 1 .Jtnt be ftolhrt enacted. That it shall be the 3-",.i. From Quincy to Ch'attahoocbie, 21 miles should they prove to be greater than is advertised, if OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN for sale at public auction,at the Coon Houseof expose for sale before the Court lfoa,e M doo rek j7'
.s ; and back twice a week. the places are correctly named. Madison County, between the hours of ten and i
cf the Postmaster General,in all future letting IMPURE STATE 01TilE BLOODOR city of Tallahassee, County of Lecn L
J9ty the
t or 41; cctrdforthettaflOYt1LOflOf the mail,to let Lea e Quincy every Ti e div and Thursday at 4 pan 11. The Postmaster General is prohibited by law HABIT OF TIlE SYSTEM two o'clock, on the 13th day day ot MAY next,the described property or w> much thereof, foU

f .a < tender arrive at Chaltahooctiie ame dasby Opm. from knowingly making a contract fcr the tran'por- VIZ: following tracts of land, to wit : the State and County Taxes due thereon M JwIIII
'fo I t A..If'en.tothlo" bi\ Leave ChattahtC'hie every Wednesday and Fridayit tation of the mail with any person who shall have The S E I of Section 23. ) for I"

f' KK; lit "lr fithul of performance, I a m, anise at Quincy same davs b\G a m entered into any combination or proposed to enTer Scrofula or Kinf* Enl, Rhcvmatum ObstinattCutaneoiu The S W J of Section 24, I( In Township No. I, ls-ro ES: W
such tht 1SecfiT2R3NatdL
I;; .it *; < r rfen to th m tran*- Proposals lor tn-wecklysen will be considered3VIT. into any combination to prevent the making of any' Rrutiofls pimples or Pustule on. The N W J of Section 2:. f Range No. 7, S 4. E. rbe Tra3jete.K ";
n be 4r for the Chronu Sere Eyes, Ring to belong to Wesley t> ,
I i pcrtarion nwy nee } provide : From Chattahoothie, bj Ochest-e, Blount10 !- bid for a mail contract by any other person or parsons, Face, Blotches, Bile,, The N E I of Section 2'3. J
Ie crkrity. eortanand shinty of such trannportilion Head Enlargement and S | Lot No. 179, original plan of the !
; t'o shall bate made shall have or TrUer, of Section Towns ip 1. R Cj S & Eo ety cf T t
I S \\n. lola, and Fort Gadsden. Apalachicola, 150 or any agreement nr given TheE t 1. ,
, contractor hereafter be Stubborn Ulcers, I hassee, purporting to belong Wm.
nor hew required and Jnti
: aiy Pain the Bones Mine
I ii to 's.t take at a valuation the milK and back twice a week from hit t October to l"t or performed promised to give cr perform any of l>natna or Lumbago and The W i of Section 6, 1, R &, Lots Nos 253 and 2;,North addition
Syphilitic city
11 em.or of June in each .and once week the residue. consideration to do, or not to doan* thing whatever Si/inptotn, Court House of
year a On the 15th day of t.\Y. at the lahaasee to to
lor the illlw
HocU or vehicles rr-iou contractor Durai ariMn"fr nn an in *'* we ofMtreuri.ttfitet ,purporting belong estate of It.B.c
i any) From lt Octox4! to I I-it June. to induce another person net to bid for a mail contract Jefferson County,the following tracts will be offeredfor land.
: prudence
me Hipoitureor
) roe. Paiticular attention called the 2-th section or Dropsy
1 : OT>- Biddrt will 1 1.erefn l to read the form an L. ChfoiiU C jt 12 m, arrive \palachtcolanc\tdav bv' Tip m < f the act cf l-Ju, prohibiting combinations .
The W of Sec
i 13.)
: instructions l thi
1 I LAt' ; appenJc tt !adn'ri"mnt. TIt L a\-.' .\pal chiC'o1a every Tuesday and Thunulavt prevent biddirgr. .Illis preparation is a combination hitherto un- S East. .
of Sec In Town 1 S Range, .
are reeted tu *tate, in their' proixwals.( The E i 1-1. E; WiSE -. & T2. R2. Nand E "
mt wit the 10th I the of MeTIicine differing entirely ;
: Chattahouclnc bid received after time, to : Known in history INt
arrive day I1aTa. 12. A
5 a in, at next by
The Si of Sec 31 ) Sec 3 T 2 R 2 N and E
which they intend 10 convey the mul.Vht'rl"; the I, containing
I : 4 ry the its character and from various 93)
without i. operations
March at 9 ra, or guaranty required -
next a.
..::.,.. : the size and weight H the mailS, or the 'I peed ca'lcd' FroM It Jane to tat October b) law er that combines several rostra i. one preparations of Surupanlla which have beenat The N i of Section 6. Town 2, Range 5, S& EOn purporting to belong to William Hall and tbe&
for in Mhedulehall require it, the contract .th of MY. at the Court house of ern Life Insurance and Trust Company.
! ths L<*ave Chattahoochie every Wednesday at 12 in, urn of ccmpei.sation, cannrt be considered lu eom different times offered to the public It acts spe- the 2 day ,
4..4 will be .le for coach steamiwat or railroad con- with not to be allv the whole system thereby bringing it Gadsden County,the following tracts will be offered i Lot No. IS, North-west addition totJjecITrf
i arrive \pnlichict.lsnc\t Friday t.y 11 am petition a regular proposal adjudged cit* upon
,. i re*ance, as the ra'e O iv be, *nd,con c.juent ly, hruutes \palichicnlacverv! Mood i\ at 9> a m, arrive e\'rava.irit uivlcritsdirwt and immediate influence Although for sale, *iz. Tallahassee, purporting to btlcngto H H. Jani J>
; -t will! be let to bid piopcwm;;such in>de of con of healing effects vet it i it en- In Township North, Range 3 West Aeent ,
i: atIxtU in xrhie next Ue<)iicsday bv 11 a m 13. _V b.ilJer: may otTer wbere t the transportationcalled po--h.4-cd powerful
: : : : veyance. In all rtther CIM the routes wul be a-- I'Np"I1e! fr an additional weekly trip from ht fir in thendrcrtirn.er.t isdifiicult or itnpraetic.ili tirelv ha/mle-c, so that it cannot injure the most deluate Fractional Section 5, All of Section 1">, Lot No 2, Sec 32. T 2, R 1, Nand W- PI.SE
to bi Js the cheapest mode of tnn.r .- All of Section 7, All of" 22, 4, Sec 32: T 2. U 1, N and W WiN \V
Mgned ( ;
in rfict health no
proposing When t' J
i ',1 Oft&H-r t.) l hot June will!! !tee con"id r<\!. at certain sea*">D*. to utj-tttu'e: an inf r'o"mode constitution pt Sec
portation.TnoPOSLS. i '. ,ed bv its ue except an increase of ap. S i &. N W 4 Sec 6, All vf. 23, T I, R I, N and W., containing 232 acres, inn '
: i 3i21. From St. Jo-erh's to Apabchicola,0"-* f cinvevanco: e>r to intermit ruce a !PCCI (edt N prod u
t 0 MILS OF a'.1 In k, twice a week 'from ht October to 1st June tied ninSer ( f cJJ.4'ttk or n.,!iths. 1'ernavpropi I etktc : but w!hell due..\' i* seated in tie frame and All of Section 15, All of 21. inz to belong to A. F. floral and the Union Bankrf
i ; TilE
1 FOR MUiYI.NG sad once a week the rc-idue! of the ve:r. e to omit a:i ofiice thit i* ioj'ce iWe. or i* e.irn u'. ft it* victim along the |'ath of life then Ml of" 17, Florida.
w ;; JL the United Stei fro-i .the 1st of July ft'C'eiYl'.1, 1M", tot From M October to hI june. not on the sta.e rOad f, the rail-a.sv, I rt a .' -it>,r>oilandmir its m>- "-rioiv* u'1 lencei i" ,felt and 'l"'lJ ; enkindles! In Township 2 North Range West, W i S W 4, Sec 31, T 2, R INW4NE4Sec27TIR1,5.j and W..

." :t : the Tnh Jaie I IV 1 I.; nclu 'i\. will be 1 at I>ave M. JO. II. every Monday and Sjtnrdav at as the cjxeriav IK. : rr l I.t" may' iftrtoubefitule t. .\. lite and ,.t'r. and brnus health and strength All of Section 17, I All of Section 30 W.

(: t j C: the contract olfice of the Post UJice Department, ill 7 a 01. arrive \pal.1chic.b. same daa by ". p in. an inferior node! of su'rl: | Iv IH -.K lira-it*. He to tli' *'i.li: 'rtn and! dieaedPKI Fractional Section 2'J, I| hag 1m acres, purporting to belong to Did
: : ., ,. the city Wa-lunirnn.. until t', a. n, of tlw l HhMarch. .. onand the Union Da k cf Ffond!
Leave Anlao"hil'.la[ every SunJjv and ridav at 7 may propose difir.'nl days and l I.. ni< ef drpaiture I rn i* brmx.vH THAN FICflO"I.F.TTII. On the 31st day of M.\Y, at the Court IIo "
!.1t 1-sI", (tube ,V>ci.!U-d by the Isl thy of .*pnl) Lots Net 77, 7<<, 'J and <0, North adJitioa
herein a tu, *ruve at Si Josephame dav's bv' :i p in and aruval i rro\'i,'.d no more rutiiu.e time i! i-kcd, ht-r* SPECK row T1tcstcLvES.-The follow- Jackson County, the following tracts will be offeredfor to I"
and >
time e- CitY s-f
r1 on the rautcs and in the ruinncr Tallahassee, t.
t j From I M June to I Nt OctoVr and it is olvieuthat no trail ronnivien l'r othe- inc l'l'rtiict! is only notlur link in the great chainof sale 'iz : purporting belong to Wo'1t
. 'It ". cified, viz : I> avc St JoM.pli'srveiv Sat jrdav at y a in,arrive public arc.,mcKx.atun is pret 'djrtd. I'e may ask It..timnto itS merits. Let the *Silu ted read and In Township 5 North Range 11 West, K. Trustee, &.c.S .

. .9 3V)1. From St. Au FLOIIIDV. .i tme, .bJ ck!nnville .vl at \ulacuicolasan| Sd:1C" day bv' 7pm.L for more running lime to the Inp, dun! ::1 erititd; b co'itincedliat it his dine once it will doa All of Section 1, S i & : W l. anJ ing 40 W i acre N W, -purpcrtirg. SC'C leT to 3R 2:, N and }., OQtaia.

'ave Apalachitola at 12 arrive number of djv*. at certain si'aw'r. of peu'uarh bad .Jin. W of Si. tlocg to the heirt.
mil- and back once every Friday m, S i and N E i of Sec 2, I !
Kirkland to St. Mar! .,G. W Ludy C. Ferrill
; ) at St. J'eph'ssamedabv If<> p m. roads: hut ?>ev"nd tl 1"... ,ha'i:e* a pro;'.).al fir r- CII \RLtHO\V'f. Mi-, Sept 2Td, I' IC. S E 4 of Section 9, Section 21,

a Wet''. e.t"r.eJncsJa at 2 j.n: From Diinbridze, Ga., Chattahoochie, vice elnr.'rent'fn-n. the lverti-i.nent! will | revenl its This ma' n'rlitIII"t' mv *>n, now aged seventeenhis N i of" 4, S W 4 of SectionS 2"1, A. A. rrSnF.R, Sherif
Leave St. Auzu Htine ) a m,arrive Leon O, ,. .t
.. .' nin.uU, )Marianna Scurlock's Springs Webbvillf, Iwinge-pn-iderrd in mniKtiticn! with a re:tibrbul been for ten years alHicted with the scrofulous Wi.i.WJofNE.1) i of 21, ) v tx tfin Tax Collector
\ a| St. hr s next dabj 12 m. and here Sid h nn,>r. \t I he eoi seven, .o'.u he had I the measles Det' mJ"r"J! : .
1 "arnpbellton, Geneva. .Mmirante! Miltcn and nori- nit ret aside>' t'\tr 3":3nl'' : w a con- ; AndWofSF. 4, > Sl&NLSec 21,
Leave St. : Tiiur'day at m, arrive
I tirie"ne\tdiv.brY'f tvcrv U n d,ton, to .2acola, '.'31 miles and bark.three times fain' any r f the atx'tealttratu' .*.their aJkantsts! which pro'juMv. cai-ed, this humor to make its ap- Section 0, ) All of Section 2\. Upper J1Ju\4a..1U"e
at St. \ujn by p 5pnngXtT
. NewSrnrnaSt.l.t- a \,it.k.L "ul be estimated 11 c. mj-arirg It with ctht r prwo- resraiee in a tnot -11.'I.tr1 roveririf his body All of Section 7, All cf 21). :
3t: : !. Tr' mSt .Xn.'istme.bv
! : ( hi I lest tn In Uet with mill tumor I rLf.l2ID.\.
'jve Iain'ri.ke! undjv\, Wttln. djv. and rio;\ con- i
every 27.
! I.t L'. cie. and Miami m or, to Key Wot, *f> miles aiM Fndi* at ..' 4 r.\. arrive at Pensaci t.,elY Tue-div 11 There should! be "II one rout hJ: for in a pro- -ulttd n.'t'lor ol Medieine, and etimmed him SWJ..WiofSEJ.lIof"Section N Allot II 2 v._* :..+t Uke/* this method of .

r.- j r back twice a month. 1 i'iiv. :1 '. I li4 I 1'00011. t bite davs m sue 'cs..wn. and not understanding! his ]:THE!:: --_. _. ID
, ,h. >ht and 11h: of .*ch .4 : .1' :v. p 11L ofSWJSec All of" Z-). ;: -J f.erida and the pe5fie thaf
; St.u; tiif\<->n in d '.o ., I'.,.:.:>-lj evcrv sjrdiv, Tue-dv and Fri. I:. The) route, the sets iI. the 'ellrT' J'a'.thel I hi.l- cae, ailviseil me to consult Dr R'>aer*, ol t New York, N W Jof 10, AlLot t. 3/J. :5s ti a i55S" cn the above establish,
K *
.i4' month Leave arrive Key \\at..t'otlw\ ". *.li and wn 21d ol each month I d.\.', at a in, arrive at' JSunbrKlze cverv Tatsda.s. der* name and residence..! the sesyn.i I ejcluntn- I then beiiija (,."i !tent If that citY. After alone NWi.S-SElofSecU, .\l1of" 31. merit for a tern <.t y"--.r.nd wI! be prepared to *.

1 arrive St. *en dav- i Tliur-d-, an,I S'mdJ. tI'' p rnIV her of the firm, wh.''., a inp.ny) <,f,'r*. hould l behetiietly and critical exaiunation, hiving mere thin thirty EJof N W4, U.11 of" :-! comwe>d.ite all who cu. for him with their
t' at AJju-tHe &II 6< pat-
; ,. the ,' ,.U, tlwr cuxi.cal; n'ltrnen with hrn the tim
at Chattahoochie sttelalthe rf "t
t. route if
i> commence rn nvaiice, a IIIDe A* renrd ti.. moeral
becoi .-: n .\l1l1f" ronaze r cf
: jls fur ,n'ieeoce a month will !. J of Section 31. aaties ttewt-
'. tt Projvj I I will !l..' c ip.i'!'rrtd? iislur m.,1., than on !r-ttnck imu*,,\ d.1.i berrounnr. d i' Vrofuh! ..r k'nz'* Fvil. The tcr canon be aura.sed
17.llf" bj
All (f" I 31.l1vi" jry watering
Fi... t crcd3V mile lr41tt'-4tS: f r niter a week, ai fa twice a week '1;. The biJ *V nM! >H. *?'i,t order t. ..'. a,ldre .tsl rnn.i wa tii,'n jre>cri'Kd! I ranIco! :tinenc -dtjkinr \intrica The Spris wi':: be place
PicolaU Is 1lId" 3. in >d
: : .: : ::1. From St. .\UBtine t> .\ pen by the fint
.,. r service, mil be considered to tIe First .A".;,!'HI' Petrss'rr t'r rjl l, with medical ,Iall.* trio that tip.v'. He cr. w wor*.* until f March. Charges .J b
day > w rvoderzteand
andbiekoneeased. Alter it'!I. I All Or" 3lIc.f" ; e e,,,
44 Leave \uZ\l..t:1e; c%er> Tw'.hy at 7 M, arme I I :'.:.;. tr.'m Marunna. hs' th" Hill, and Ho'.ncs' MJI! Pr" p(a'P in I lite:
..11t..) l'd.Ua3., .;"* tniUas i back nee a the lace of tli" 1.,if.r. a'id sh< 'tt\] \ IH d I,..., itched in CvnsOOii.C j .f :the inerctirv tint hal !nin ivenl 1,1m. favor him with their The
.j i at Pir"bt! ; eanc i. :It.! .* J 2 ra. I It In Township : Rmge'e't., compact; snhsserber u
w,-k: Simetol Ioe rectitttPiv: rbcf ,.. .\ o' !!bare '. Ir. Isis in
< .r th. I' ''hMieSinvxt: piece e ii-e awa 'n ufn.j3w.
in at with dandfa.itbful
li at m arrne
M ,
I.eave coltta ere' m< p Fractional Section 11, I rational Section 2-1. provided re serTaLtsGrlestgl ,
St. .Auzi tine next Jar bs 1 a IBPr t Vl.t..r:inna. ev,'rv Thordv at ft A m. :uri eat I at .t o'< 1 Iud,. a. m the first l'iJe"t. lar;t' a- an I-nli"1' \\-alallt..l piece Alt lof 23, I I and attentive hustlers.
; aldi! fur three tines a rctkw t. 'itl11'1:1! n, xt Aib "i p n 17 The c.::trac** are to be evecntid ber before trcn In- !,_r.he.jd l a. 11I..ti a "I\; tcnc{. and 1 a Piececoin Invalids und- the f llowin
tniee < laboring
: !j)o' i'!* f>r In T 3 N, R > W.11 of Section IQ. r diseasenay
f t vue l''henna ever loeslav' .t C anise the 1st Julv nxt ( the .f ties heal It then
a m, ueir CNn < wintto
IJ-; ( mcp., %\1 ill be WHid-red In T 5 N, R 10 We-t. Nar.dSW I, and E1 of rest assured the Spring will eSect for tttm a permanent
Ji}.. 55')U. from (;ire\*" Ferry, h\ Fort !I rle.. Newnanull *t "M na:ma n \' dav b) % p ri 1'. Postmasters at nice situated a'tei tr near the ba<'k amdide, and! di-o.I.r i ..'d in three places.- SE.ceck;. Allot Section 11. cure* Dipepsia, Diabetu.Prolapsus ties,

;i and ILliiIe, to .\thatur, VJ cults and f >;i.f7.' f"rnfn Mjnaniia. J ck.in county. to 5t. Andivw railroads_ brat m..re than iu'ity rods (rICe a dijwt .ruC1 (thence t tone of his tuuh, separating, in con- Thee lands selected for the State many years all kinds Scrofula,Scald HtadTettera.dtben-
: hack week. Pa*'. > miles! and I lock. roe a wee*. w :11, imrMdutelv artt'r the lt \jril I'.,to report -<' ,nenc? ef the ulceration. the muscles! and cord i painful disorders cf this vlir
in riem
once a since, and Iving agreeable neighborhoods, are
J Leave ( &ree' Ftrrt tr* Tu e da} at 4 p in, Lwhri nna tverThursdaj at I. :an,arrive at that h..t to the d. f..rn.Nlt. st.tjiu tl't ir i ,act distance ft Mil the boric ot the a.iVe! j'jnit on the back paitI'e .- verv valuable The Dancing Saloon will be in readiness for i3

-,1. rive at Mlirator netdUta. ar.1 *t. .VidrtV I ,trntxtdav" ,; pnI from tie raurf.:!d uipot, and lir\ 'tr.er\M i-c hi! at one tune fi'teen running sores fr i*,uu TERMS:_" One-fourth cash, and the other three- who are fond cf this zraceful and plrasinz eiercue.

t Leave .\lhs* !>r ewy M,,di* at 2 p ta, arrie >'av, M. _\adrc liz eterr Tucslay at G a ra. supplied with the' nail, to < nabtb.! l I',>-trni.ttr froM the 4'av" oj the throat aid thoe \bees I hive: I fourths in three annual instalments with interest FRANCIS A HUbOX

i.1. Garev' Fe-r*' next d* b>' 1" a in.rr arrive at Mir- ;: nna next taj by .J p ta.TV General to direct tl ,. {ir.p( r s'II'I'h| | f i y b* mad tr..m rr.-l tiNIt..l. 111':1 I :i, 1 lived in P.rt-m'.iith N II, frcni the date of sate ay able annually in advance ; February 27, 117 K 3ra
e f
\ < ptu1! for twice aim o for three times a week's I Il" **. I rom (..ioevj.lj., to Clay r.nk. 20 nil sand the railroad by' cull ciiseogns, t r. ra and alter tie and he was :.fI.1'ki.Jilh a Rheumatic lever which I the purchaser to give bond with approved security, ..* The Journal", Tallahassee, Advertispr,1'Apalachirola"Times.
back once a week. ht Ju'next. Settled in J his wl ich swelled! l larr"
crvice wltieconiJerei.; I one s hire : is as I "Ce4umbu "
: or if purchaser shall pref to the whole Wtig"Gril5a,
pay up
4. SMI From Jacks,:vi lie ta \nil'or, i') Jilt! r I>are < eneta even Tuesday at 93 no. :mire at It?. Unlertheact of 11 March, !':, the roi'ft, i* three of t'ie! othl'r. Binz under 1t"dicallrl'atrncl1t. any in ca.-h a discount shall be allowed of five Flag i. Advertiser," Mor.fernery, will[-letsecopj
Cll v' IJn' sari? d..v by : p n to be let to the lowest bidder tt&dcnrs jTcintcuaranties (lies e\ve Inn: la'ianum until he lot his reason.- price percent
aol bark a weV j week ff three month send
,. on the credit instalments once a r one paper can-
:4-t .. Leave JicV"onvjlletcn' Toc<.!*}' at C p to.. arrive j jat Leave Cay; Bank every Monday at i a n, arrive f..r faithful l.emforr.re. \'firII01't ether Then I mc-ine alarmed l, and sent 'kr a TliomsonunH I JOHN BEARD taming the notice, and their bills fur the same u
at Geneva sam dAY by 5 in"V reference the de I -dicme his }bi arid nsirexl his .
: Allizator\t dav toI J n i i p to m i f tran'fM.rtamistn: than nav: be helper ,' reaonThe I Register: of Public Lands for the above.
C.. Leave .M'igat!: jror% M>oJay at 2 p n.arrive at .. From Pen'aci.la, by honey Cutla-, and necessary to provn'e! fi r the due celerity, certainty, third time he was attjrke l with this tever in Stare of l-1 londaTallah.a _

." : Jacksonville, ue\t day b*' S a taPr I: RUkely, to M.b.le, 'J miles and back tf rce times a and ecuntv of curls tranrKirtationlien 1-12, when bearing cf Ir. Sand 'ar-'apirilla, and "ee, Febnmv 6, 1-17 QQ 3ra Slate Tax ColIector's.Salc.

k .' < wi's! for twic, ali f';r three tines week weekL \\- the. Irwe-t l bid 1 ip poes no l<> rf rorvev- {te-imi. perUctlv -atiled: that all other medicines! had The Savannah Georzian, Charleston Mercury virtue of the power vested in me by law, I

1 l. service on th s rO'I!'.Till be considered. { t'-e" Penac". (evcrv Sinday, TtieM5a\, and Fri. 3nce that is in rV; nti' f tur the route 11 re-pert to the faiitrii of effertini a cure, I vnt aVid procured six bJttle and. .Columbus Times will publish the above s.x B shall expose for sale, on the fourth Monday m

\o .':: ,"' 3 V>,. Fi om PiUtki by Orange Sarmzs; Fort K1nz. div at > p m. arrive af Mobile nest da, tiy 11 a nL cer'airtv.ecuntv.'. and celerity ef the mail*. a-ide ., arid 1.th' (ice be had 1.11.il all I considered weeks, and end their aceounfs to the Register cf .\uzu-t neit, before the doer of the Court Houseat

4 \ ..'_ I neg si!:>, O"'ahl1ttt'h. Fcrt Did, and Fort F tS.1 .'ave t".Sjle e'trv Monday, Th irMJa\, and Sjtar trim any accommodation for travil.it willn- be entitled him we .I Those places ).e.iled-he became bright Public Lands for the State of Florida," at Talhhas Roch's Elu9, in the county of \Vashir.etonarecf

ter.! Ta-ipa, llj rules ad bick. once a \H k. d.". at 12? m. an ire a t Penarr li next da v< ro 7 a raPr to the rou'e2ii and livt'v-c,!Vr tjn to }hi- fi.'e and lip*-frotn Florida the following dtMrnbed lands, cr to Dock
,';>o-jl* f'Jr d-tilt -rv ice w ill tIP contl<'red. When the Hid d l that tm :till lh I Fall of 1- I I. Lie complaints, !'f
'i ". Leave Pila'ka e,en Tu>dij at 1'J a ta, arrne at >es not "arne n'=< e of conwvance I never thereof as will pay the Slate and County taiej doe
I JYH! From Kt Wet bj Indian Key to Charles the fronhlt I l him \t that tine I I.e bt-t-a' which
Tampa next I nda> by p Q it will be taken and inder-ffw to be fir I t"Ieaf. JEFFER.-O COUNTY on the same for the year 1K1'J :

:t'- Leave TaTipi every Tue iaj- at LJ a n, arrive at tin. S. C.. M toutS and bark. onre a inon'hI lowest mode tf c jartta ce, to wit : oiihor*
; Pilatka nV Frid., by "* p ci. f .. -ive K.-% U-ht from the !';th to the 2(>'i cf each \\hen it t.r.pn.es\ to carrtco'di:ig to the adier- : ra'e Vlerti-: S. from that to the left eye.covering the belong to the estate cf A B Blackwell

,. i Prvsa; ** ftr tWIce wi** Uf'ire will be can-id- nonth arrive at Charleston: with all j racticable dcspa'ch fi!cmer.t. and! no node ef corvi''va-re is stated for viz11 of the eye sj that he was in a great measure BY virtue of authority rested in use by law, I Also,4i) acre. King m Holmes alley, purport

.' tred. f the route ill the adverristrmeot it will con-.idi.re-d deprived sit t sizht !' expose for sale, btute the Court House ing to belong to G Sweet

:. 3-r7. From Pilitkj, by Eaterp'-ise Mellon ville, j Leave Charl ton "n the l .fday cf. ,3rb month as ofermz ("h for I rte'jtrk c:'(\;!re. Knoin.r that San.1; S.1rnj\uilh was; the only door in Monticello, Jef".rson County, on the Also,Ot;) acre, purporting to belong to the erfiUcf

}. t 123 Qii* and back ace a vreek arm. at K.t Uit with all practiroMedespatch. 21. Smc tl b.; "--..' -fJ' tie art rf Mrrh :1.1'1., tne.l.cine that hat lever done him any cv-d I applied Pint Monday in July nrit, I J .-*ph M A\ lute, ard Ij irs on St Andrew's Bay.

.f Leave Pilnka every Tuetlmv at I.) a ta, arrive at I Pr"p-.nl.l to crat.rice Cape Honda and St. Autis- a r.e., deecri..ti' 11 <.f bid! ha* been receive 'I. Ita:>t- to :lr. Fo\vl!. Ap'.hecarv' at Bo>ton kr more He the followmz property, or
.4.' -,' MeUo-iviHe nxt dav r.\- 5 p n 'tice wniy\ ; c>i :dered. cities no mode ..f c..nH\vice but en;ai s to carr I ht' has taken tit( 1) du tars worth, which has removedthe pay the State and County Taxes due thereon fur the Rav, near ilcCoimick's, purporting to belong to-

:,,$ Leave Mii')I1'.iie *ven Thursday 10 a C, ar n.ti. IVn Kev Ut. to Auztistire, )J') miles nail with certainty, celerity and security
.: rireat P.iatkane'tdtyby: 'f p ra, Tod Sack, twi i. e f month t.rmsef the la* These bid are called i. from the appears to be cured, awl radically so verily believe N E 4, Seo12: an] N W 4, Sec 03, and W J of N JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff

{a,: 3*t-. From McIo: :viile to New Smyrna, 30 mile Leave..v' V.' -.t on the 'th and 2Td of each ncnth, tanner in which they are designated on tl.e berk of all this latter trouble might have been avoided E 4. Sec 31, T 1. R -t\ and E., purporting to be- and ex officio Tax Cot Washington Co.

attire at M. Au.tirie; in .ven da\.. .." if I had continued thorouzlv the of the Sarar lonz to Duncan M QuarlesU .
Z1... i>l back, once awe. the department dar fci Leave Me'.javjJe evr Tn-r liy .t 6 an, arrive Leave St. .\'in.tine nn the 1t and 11th: of each alterrratureci derationthat a'bid'! proposing a pecilc when heVai tinder its influence the first tticie i N W 4, Sec 13, T 2, R 4, N & E owner not
month, arrive Kr\ West in davsPr These the siin.le! of the facts of the Magistrate's Court.
ev-n known.
:4 at New STr>vrn U:3e .: 1': Leave New Sn rni verv tdobohy at 0 a :,;- j'.o-:;:, to t'L'Ur..tt" this route at Cedar Keys instead hetse coach trai.sportation H to be preferred the case, and I feel it rnv d!alto mike thoSe farts known Lot No 1, frac .s-c 2tT2R-N&E, e 1 acres. npHE Justices cf the Second District,Lecn County,

.:. Tire a: !,Ieil3nvulesr.e dav by 5 P m. if St. .'inns'ine will be considt"r"d. 'tar bi,1.1 The experience of the-department enable to the public for the benefit of tho-e who mav be I 2. 21, T 2, R4, N & E, f JL will hold their next Court on the second Mondav -

: : 35.rFroia New-naasville to New River, 22 nult-s t 3 Pr..rK.*U (for upplymz the fnlluwinz offices in it to lay down the followin rules viz-: afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the I 'I 1. 21, T 2. R4, Ni. E, v> 5' in March Return day, 2Uh February Joha

.: ;...i aLi !nc.. once a Wf't"t \. Fl.nd at a sum to b* named and subject ta the When the mail on the route is not so large as to cure has been effected solely 'from the effect of this 5' 5' 5. 5' 21.T2R4N&E,4-3ksa's. Wilson. J. W Sherwood and Robert Erci! are Un

':,- Leave Ne rn BcviJlf every Wednesday at 1 p n,arrive oond tioa of bein limited to the r.ett proceeds of theo require two-lior; coach convey anre. a star: bid, it invaluable medicine .5 1. "' 22, T 2. R 4, NX E, lljacr's. ministerial officers of Court Under an arraeement

; _. it New River Joe dy b\ p ta $ce. are invited : the lowest, will be preferred to the specific bid. \NV\H W. BECK 22 bin st. l 1)inz in the bend of Micco-'xAie Lake nearthe pLantation of the Ma i,:rate's, there will be but one collecting

: Lave New River every eJcesdiv at 5 a n, are China Hill, from Quincy 12 rnil(.* arid back, once 22. \\htn tie? mails arc of si.ch size a d .wight a. S'lfiilk, *'. BI.t n. October 13. --';.-Then rersonolly of Gav Mo=tlev, cTner not knownSMITH docket, which will be under the direction of a majority

.4 live at Newr.5r. ville! sane day by 12 ta a week. to render it nece-irv or expedient, in r/firen to appeared the above named Hannah W. Beck SIMKINS cl undersized Jus'icesEach officer will

: 3-1.0. Frc/n St-w'n.n'He:bv Santa Fe, and F.'rt '>fcrm from Qoinc', 10 miles and back, once a them a.ne.! to trr.vide two-hor coarh crnvevance, and mar solemn oath that the above certmcate, by ShfT. and ex officio Tax Col Jeif Co. be held responsible for the papers pet in his hands

Faunir.z. ti Cedar Kt' t. I _r n.ilH od back, once L\etk. the specific bid, though the highest will So preferred her ibscribed, and statements therein contained. December 3, 1-4 > 20 m for collection. Oice, for the pres ut,at the Court

. t. weei.'n Tiny, fr-jn CcIun.Ly, 35 miles and back, once a to the star bid, to the extent of a rr.odf-rife dif are true Before rne, House

: Leave NcMrian;viletver} WedaeJiy at 7 a ci, '\, .kWo: tpnCf'in tl.e compensation in ca"e the diHlrenceM JAMES RI( E. Justice of the Pe ace. oticc. C. E. BARTLETT, J. P.

"l4 .arrive at l"edu K"js cost d v bv 7 p m.La yl.tnek Mill, (rom St. Mary's, 20 miles and not MIC'I' as to interfere with the policy ef the new For further particulars and conclusive evidence of SIX month afterdate, I shall present rnv final ac- J\S BARRY J. P.

I'hick! once a week which 1 looks in the its superior value and .Llets, which! and vouchers to tbe Hen Judge of Probate .
'-e Ccd.r Krv. everv I ndaj at 0 a m, arrhe at I..w. to a reduction cost cf tran eifiracy. ee pamr EDWD M. WEST, J. P.
a. 4 : Newiia'Uie newt di by 0 p in F<,r-nof a bid where. nochanee from ahertise! portation. I\C-PI.li.n; *, Ilc.we\.r. may' be allowe inw be e.btained of .\sp it-.. erati*. in and for the County tf Jefferson, and apply fora February 27, 137. 31

:. 4 3>11. From N<.v n 'aHille. b; Fort Clark, Wa"aoo I met is contemplated by the bidder where the s!tr ?U;id i. male 1 bv the present mvner of( Prepared and sold! by A. B k I). S\>DS, Drug- discharge Adiaim-'rafor of the estate of ClementW.

t I. ), r we at the cite mar be,) [here write then the 't'wk on the route. aol it ii manifest that the gi-',, 1 1'1' niton street, corner ..t n'all.am.. N. Y. Stephen, late of said Countv deceased SCHOOL, BOOKS Ac.

f., bckooceawee'.c. I Je r.T names in full] of [lurelate I the residence reasons for j'reftrrm; tl.c "pcci3o bid do not exist in Val.obvIrttISXMr.sTall! na-ee. :\1ITl J \MESGADSDEN. ,
"..t t'lf., Leave Newninsul'e! every Wednesday at 5 am, 'or residcnr] hereby propose to carry the mail on his I ca"t' & C \ FLtN, Pen.acolaF B. WIIITI G.St. Marks. Monticello, Jannary 10, 1S-t7. 2i fa lUST received per Pampero, Thompson's Seasons,
.a:;: :i'1 arrive at Fort Kinz next day b) S p in.t .',0. Iron to 3'1 ellen sa the 3dn'r. 21 On route> of (tl.e 1 liihest i (taci. wlere four- I arid bv Ih'Ii..I" reneralty' throughout the United school edition. 1 doz. Anthon's Latin Grammars.Fishe's .

,. Leave Fort King C""r* Friday at Sole, arrive at 'ti-s-mi-nt re.;juires in the time stated in the schl"du1el. horse coach er Ktea'j.!,'at tra"port3ti i* renirrtbv i Mate*. PRINTS ONLY. Greek Grammar, Valpy'sGreek Grammar
4 and bv the Howinz node of conveyance wit Prfe1 1 hi tile. six bottles fr b". Eton Latin Grammar,Mrs Lincoln's &tany.Dane's .
: :' ,; Newaansulle next day b\ S p ta to : the size and itnjxrtnre rf the r'ails, the preference per >
,:.; .. l 3:12. Fronacahootie.. Emathla Camp hard I[Here state how"it is lobe convcvcd, ,] for the annual f<,r the sfrnfir bid will be, if rece arv', carried!! tr--- The- pnSlic are respectfully re>|Ut-ted to remember SPRING STYLES-1947. Smith's Surveying Arithmetic, Key's and Cubical Blocks to

ii. IIr>w>- -sa, Anzu-ta and Chocoh tie, to Fort D"de, sum of 5 to a greater extent of ditVrenre than: en the inferior that it i* Sand Sar*" ,:: 4 ."j. tailes and Dated: coach l.j.\cver to the and iscon-tantlv afhieinr: such remarkable cures of McGutfey's Eclectic Spelling Books,
&3 back once a week. routesubject, cxctjtionsabove
. Leave \Vcah<*otie every Thursday at 6 a in, arrive Foira of euiranfec to arccmnaneach bid : -to1h'd. the mo-t dilFiculf class of diseases to which the human LEE &. BITEWSTER KarneN elements of Criticism,

;i_ -, at Fort Dade next Saturdav by 5 p m "The un'ttrsi: ied [here i inert the flume of the 21$( modification rfa"bid: in anvr-f it.t"'il"r.lial] frame i* subject therefore ask for Sands' Sarsa- 41 CEDAR STREET NEW YORK ATigeU's Readers, Nos 1, 2,3..

C arrive at raaranf and inaranfor] guaranties that [here iii.eert Icrrn. tantannunt to bid l b" and take no other Cooler Virgil bmilev's Arithmetic.Juveni'e .
: : Leave Fort Dade rarer Monday at a n, is a rew an cannot re leave to inform Dealers in Dr Goods that they
: Beg Drawing Books Oxford Book
rf bidder Drawing ,
name cr names of bir1J..u. as the case December 12, 1-1'2') lyDFLrESIN
\Wacahooti neat \Vedncidav Lv i p in.t ceived t as to interfere with ruhr; competition THE
and at
,p. have received are now exhibiting, School Books &c.ALSOCooper's .
his Episcopal Sunday ,
be if
may ,] (or their) bid for c-ur'il.t the mail
; 333 From Alligator \>\ Suwannee Shoals, to' after the last hour set kr receivine bids WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY icr Printed Cali.
from to be Macomb's Military Tactics,
Blriunt'4 F.rry.Omiieaand! back once a week. accepted by the l'ostuiaster C. JOHNSON,
W: .L
: I Imount' General ha'l into i C"tI. Jeffrey's Efsajs Lanetcn
.4" Leave \lhgator *,try Thurdaj at 5 a m,arm'eat entrr an oblation prior to the Po-'nuster! G'of"ral. J Parsonage
'tirst day nf Juh nevt, with ="Od and ufljcicEt &03 OJLSZ3. Doctrinal Tracts, SwooPs Episcopal Alcaaac fat
.' Ferry same dav by 6 pm' sure- Posy Orncr PFP\RTMF, Ncv 23, 1sIG14w t .
: '':- ._ .__,. ... 1\ __,__ __._ 1S47 Brown's Concordance
.: Leave Blou'nt's! Fern every Fndij at 5 a m, arrive '.4tSWI Ui 'utters nt jTOIKSCUDated. .-' December 2I. l'I. :2i Drug*, Medicines, I-atnt, Ills, Comprising all the *
Reeve's and borne's Paints
,. I 't at Alligator same day by C m35U I best ,
Toilet Arlitlfs Perfumery if. Window Class New Spring Styles Camels Hair Pencil No 1 Saucers of Colors,
y From A11i. or. b\' White srnng, Jasper INSTRUCTIONS AT en.\\inritS, ) ,
': P..enton..oodbnd., Cherry Lake, Clifton and Ant. 1. Seven minutes are allowc-d for oj enin? and closing Tallahassee, January '-, lSl. 5 P41NTFRS' BRC'HH AND COLOR, Of Bntith, French and .'im" all Manvfativre ; Gold Pens, Extension Points, Velvet Bead Bag),
: and the mails at all cilices where Youn A. Johnson \ nhict, ADDITION to their usual str cilia to Monticello, 103 miles back once aw etk. : no particular timeis ; Apothecaries' Glass Ware, &c.
their assortment of the most beautiful and attractive

one ic, for sale bv P. A \YWARD.
: I::: Leave Allizatcreterv Wednesday at 1 p m, arrive specified ; bat en railroad and steamboat routes '. Pelltlou I alxvecor-tantlv hand and for sale at the
llr } fir Dircrcefrrnerlv on in the city ; and havirgjiwf been purchase February 27 1543. 32
there is to tw no than is Del.la 1 Till ,
.. at Monticello next Friday by S p m more delay necessary to deliver urnI' .re' *. t market .
... Leave Monticello every Saturday at Sam i arrive and receive the bai;*. Delila J.Im-on. j I IIN \e pricesWe FOR CASH AND SHORT CREDIT

..1' at Alligator next Monda\"bv 12m 2. The mail is to be conveyed mprtftrtncefo paicneer tl.is Case, it is trdcr.l that tins bill be C'ed! and have reeeivtd hv late arrival larzc additional Are offered by the piece or package on the tame DR. HULL'S

,.. :4 3515 From T-llahassee, to St. Marks, 22 rcilw and to their entire exclusion, if its weight the sine !,. sit fllr final t 1'f"Jlin; on the first JJsjjciies and C/itmieatwhich terms at and below manufacturers prices
W "upl'lil's-,1 Drugs, ,
S-: ; and back three time a week and! bulk rtijiiire it. day of the next April (nrt tot Leon County, "r *o tctrt-iKr with must ef the ,u'ar remedies Catalogues of prices (corrected daily,) are placed

.:.. ;*t Leave Tallahassee every Mondav, Thursday, and 3. P(.,t otLcc blanks mail bag" and the special soon tller aflt'r.d'lrilJl tn term, as tie! same can be render our assortment the lar pe j jt and patent mot varied in, in the hands of burs. WORM: LOZENGES

; S : Saturday, at 7 a in, arrive at St. Marks sme day b* shorts <,f the department on the nJlihition of their heard: I'roruf'tl. Th-t tin order I tie published ill the State All of which we otTer at the lowest cash Purchasers will inform themselves of the state 01;

*M 10 a m. __ I credentnlsarc'tobeconveyedwithout furthercharce, one of the Tallahti-ee }Mper tor the space ot three iot- the market and be well repaid loran examination, 1ILDREN will cry for Dr. HalTs Worm Ienges **-
I Leave St. Marks every Monday Thursday and on mail line adrnittinrof; s-ich conveyance months before said dual hearirnrTIIOM July 23, 1" 1C 1 LEWIS & AMES even if they do not purchase C Only read what this medicine has don:

;, it.,; Saturday at 2 p m, arrive at Tallahassee same dajs -I. Mail a rnh arc to be conveyed without chargeon \S \LTZFLL, Jud.e L. & B. have peculiar advantages for executing orders Yi-Ksviij.rGib Co Tt=a, Dec 21,1543.

.- ti,.: uy5pm. the f rincipal railroad and steamboat lines, where A true copy : Te-t : for prints, which are re-pectfull solicited Dr C i:. Hru.- Some months agtflt i
331':; ;. From Tallahassee by Newport and St. the size d the mj;N and the number of the officers I). :fdUF.Clt"r". C>ad len Circuit Court LEE & BREWSTER s.nce your
left with me for sale what he considered a large snp-
Mark,to Shell Point 32 miles and back three times will rejuire their employment by the department ,_ BY Jon B KLEX, D. C. Wm. J. Bailey. !.dm'r.de&oiis "on'l 41 Cedar Sfred. ply of Worn Lu.eiiges, but I have sold all out.
I.t a week to Newport and once a week the residue and ir. that ca*, a separate apartment fur the assorting January' r 1' 17. 2:, "!mfommissicn with the will annexed, of A. your mcre.hadl
23 IS 17 27 t2S arid cculd hive old three times as
.l'i, Leave Tallahassee' every Tuesday, Thursday, and at. i safe-kcepint' ; of the mail is to be provided bony, deceased )h0 January many will -

, ,', t'r. Saturday at 7 a tn, arrive at NewK ort same dot)s bv the contractor, under the direction of the dtpart"- N. 1'1. :nit..1 X, fy_. Chancery. For Sale. struct been supplied your agent to that to leave ataoutt.a ranch I hope greater you SUPPlY

mrnt. and Mtfrhant Mary Ro.tles Fxe'x of RRowle .
2pm. Forwarding Joseph
& J A FARM situated about two and a half miles west when he ccne this way scam Their use n J
and 5. In all there to be forfeiture
Leave Newport etery Monday, Wednesday cases is a of the ray *, dec'd., et a!. 1
lOt Potdras !street XJL: of Madison CArt Hou'eIt consists of leer family has been of crest Nene'it Edward MrCorel fl
at 7 arrive at Tallahassee same days by of the trip when the tm!) H not run a forfeiture of
FrrJay, a ra, ; the
the satisfaction ef oldiM
at least one-fourth ;'ait; of it when the NF.IV-OI1LKANS LA.BUYING. IT appealing to by eighths of first quality of pine land,about IW acre -j. eave sonic to a child cf Lie. fouryears

t.-,, 2pm.r 1\ rt eve. Qi npA.v .. I' -_:.. ., .i.-.I! .. ... (,. ->..ln.l; |lmo M In loa tl.running. .?..or..ar-. ShLLLNG RICFIMNf. AM FOR atfdavit file.1 with the cnginal bill in this i opened well watered with excellent spring,, and he first dose broosht awav thirty or forty wirMr
... with mail ) %. aiteridf.1 case that the said Marv Hordes, txecutrix of Joseph comfortable house The William McDaniel had child whom the physicians -
SI ell Point same day by 10 a in a depending ; and a furfutuierf a due to with prQe1.tne5C.RESERS a dwelling outbuildings are a
Lj, Leave Shell Point every Saturday at I p m, arrive portion of it when a grade of service is rendered pro.in- TO It R' wles, sl-cd., re.id..s be>e>nd the limit of the all new, the barn and gin.houe spacious and com pronounced incurable, and said it would dx

at Newport name day by S p n ferior to that in the contract These forfeitures maybe J, o. W ARr.iLr, L.\THxt.\, RABRI Mate of Florida, and in the State cf Virginia- on mo- modioj4. There is on the tract a superior orchardof but the child was cured by ti'inz Dr. Hull's Worn

. Pro'xxsals to extend the tri-weekly service to St. increased into ]1l4'r'31iu of higher amount, accord A. C-TwrCK. S. S. SIBLLV. lion of the Solicitor f for said complaint: // M ordered Peaches Figs, &c.; also a %oung vinyard which )zenzes.S Yonr trnly.

Mark, will be considered ire t.. the nature or frequency of the failure and theiln"irtarice December rt, 1 I' 10 2> That lie aid Mary n\\"IM, Fxeoutrix: aforesaid, the last year produced from 35 to 4'
317. From TallatI1" t'e. by Lipona. Marion FoitHam'foi ; of the ij.ail do appear and answer the original bill filM in this crapes Its character for trclth is unquestionable Price 23 cents per bcx.

1.a '! Talofa Madiw C. II, Columbus, Mineral ro. Fines will t.. imposed, unless the delinquencybe Notice. can-c. a:id to shew ciu: \%Its the same should not beresiveil&c. Apply to the Editor of the Floridian on the premises A fresh supply just received br
within four, rntlis from the date 01( the
St>rim;., and Little River, to Alligator, 122 miles satirfoetonlv explained in due time, for failing totkefrom.ordtliverat mcnths after date, I Shut -rc rrt acrcunt m. to W. C. MILLER LEWIS AMES
SIX j ny >u':.liration of this ordr the and the
or same
an,I back once a week. a pot oflice. HIP mail, or vouchM. and a'ply: to Hie I.n. JI1J. of onzii January 9, 1547. 25 February 27, 15-47. 32 Tallahassee-
l bill this cause will be taken for conic-seed-
i; Leave Tallahassee every Sunday at 8 a m, arrive at any part of :it ; for suffering: to.be wet,injured,lot, Probate of Leon C only for letlns rf di.mi..inn as -
'for 4011t ufurt'ttr ordered That a cop of this order Slate Tax Collector74ii. alc. Molasses and Fi h Barrels.
Alligator next day b11 p n rr destroy.-d ; convcvin it in a place Vdminitratrix the ,
.: I or manner on 1 a It ot Granviltc Slu'|':>ard, he l in
Leave .Mlijator every Wednesday at 1 p m, arrive that expose it to depredation loss or injury ; for refus late 01 said Countv, drcead Middle publisheil I-.fri some Florida newspaper published in the BY virtue of the power vested in me bj law, I will T undersigned has constantly on hind and will

: ., at Tallahasst-o next day by G p m :nj after demand I to convey a mail by any coach LLIXBCTH: CLK: FLAND. Adm'x for far mQr.ths.ot once a week, corxsecuiveh I for sale, before the Court House door ill en jisje any quantity of superior Cvpre SYRt?

: Proposals for twice, al.o for three tines a week railroad caror steamboat, which the contractor regulirlv January 21, is 17 27 Cm Dated : : the city of Tallahassee county of Leon, on the fi-st c-i. FISH BARRELS : the former, holdW from 37 U
: service will be consld(n.-d. runs on the route beyond the specified number oveln )er 27, 1I1.GEORGE Monday in July next, the following property, or so gallons: the later usual Fish barrel size-

.9 ji Proposals run b)' White Springs instead of Lit of trips in the contract, and for not arriving at N\THVMKL \: JJN, S. \WKINS, Judge, &c. much thereof will pay the State and County tax on e *portFeb. 13, Is47. 30 DA.N'L.L-DD

: tle River will be considered the time set and for setting up or running an exI A true copy. Attest, the same for the year IMiJ- -_

pe.t :nI5. From Tallalas, by Micccwukee to Mon I,reu to transmit commercial intelligence in advance Factor and rommi ion Mtrrliaiit, I. R HIRRIS Clerk. Lots \). 317, 31S. Sly, 320, original plan, and Just Received by J. R. Fortan.

:'.%:?- til"ello.l miles and bark twice a week. of the mail a penalty will be exacted equal to a quar NEW-ORLE.\\'S. DveemUr 12,1'-l*.. 21 4m 179,.north addition, of the city of Tallahassee, purporting Q DOZEN Ladies' fine colored Kid Gloves,

.; Leave Tallaha**' every Tuesday and Friday. C ter' pav Lol .n UM. BAILEY Jefferson Co. ) V> belong to Davenport. t 4 pieces rich Balianne

w P, a m, arrive at Monticclloitamedivs byO pm. 7. The Postmaster: General may annul tbe contract IAS, KIRK.EV, Es j', Tallahassee r "UE CII. Notice. A, A. FISHER, Sheriff 3 printed Lawns

5. t Leave Monticello every MondaV' and Thurs.laj at for repeated failures; for violating; the poet office D. LAnD, Esq., Newport. months after the publication of this notice, I and ex officio Tax Col for Leon County. S Crash,

Gam, arrive at Tallahassee same das by G p m law ; for di obey ing the instructions of the department February 6, 1S17. 29 SIX apply to I he Honorable James M.Gilchnst December 26, 1>6. 23 6m Russia and Cotton Diaper tc.,&c.

'5... S J*I9. From Tallahassee by Manningtonand Duncansville ; for refusing to discharge a carrier when re- fudge of Probate for Gadsden County, for letters ofdi March 6, 1547. 33

Geo, to Tioma( ville, 31 uile* and back, 'juircdby the department ; for "assigning the contract Notice. mission as Administrator from the estate of Susan Estrays.
once a week. without the consent of the the Just Received J. R. Fortnae*
Postmaster Generator S. SucH TAKEN up by undersigned about bj
months after date I shall final
present deceased.R.
; LeaveTallahaaacervcryThuraday- at 6 a tn, arrive for setting up or running an express as aforesaid SIX and vouchers to the lion. Judgo my of Probatein L. EDMONDS, Adm'r. j' instant, at the Plantation 1 belonging Per Schrs. Radius and Boston,
at Thotnamlle same day by 7 p m S. The Postmaster General alter the to the estate of Cbaires
rosy contract, and for the County of Jefferson and for Quincy December 12, lS4o. 21. Cm Benjamin ,
apply a SLCAR
I Leave ThomurilU every Wednesday at 6 a in, atp.t and alter the schedule, he allowing a pro rata increase in Leon county, one sorrel MARE, and one dun-col / RUSHED AND POWDERED
rive at Tallahassee same day p m of compensation within the restrictions discharge as Vdtninistratrix of the ectate ot William ored mare MULE. The will \J Soft shelled Almonds Malaga Raisins
imposed owner or owners come
320. From Tallahassee) by Salubrity and Quincy. bv law fur the additional service required or 11. Smith late of said County deceased By the last Arrivals from New York, forward prot property, and take them away or they Brandy Cherries, Dried Currants
:? : ; to Rambrid c, Ga., 43. miles and back,three times a foi the increased speed if the employment of addi. Jefferson County, October 31, S4G.K.15 6m TTTE have received a very superior style of will be sold according to law. Goshen No. Butter and Buckwheat Floor,C23 fi
1 Mackerel t Adamantine
week. tional block is rendered ,Sperm
or earners necessary. but the VV French Black Cloth C. C. MOORE.
a. Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday, Thursday and contractor maY, in such cue.relinquiab the contract tlHSTARS BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, for of Leon county February 21, 18-1'1. 32 4t* No. 1 Soap, Family and White Scented SetP'

l Sunday 9 a m, arrive at Bainbridge same da}s by on timely notice, if he prefers it to the change.- VV sale by LEWIS & AMES Superior Style Wool-dje Cloth, Celgate Starch, &.c., &-C.
'.. Bottle Green French January 2 1547. 24
9 The Postmaster General may annul the contract or February 20. 1t7. 31 CHARLES ARCHER ,

: : pin.at BainbnJe every Sunday, Wednesday, and curtail the service and pay when he wishes to dm- Olivo Brown" at Tallahassee and the planta ERSKINE.

-cPf Friday, at I a m, arrive at Tallahassee same days by 3 pense with the service in whole or i ira part or placea W. $. SDfllLWORYH Coffee 'S STANDS Cot. R. Mitchell, in Thomas JOHN

; ; .. ., p m. : higher or different grade of service on the route Attorney at Law BrownA.LIIO .countyGeorgia, at $5 $1O and '13. ATTORNEY AT LAW,

Proposals (or semi-weekly service will bo consid- he allowing one month's extra pay on the amount Casslmercs of the latest Style. February 20,1847. 31 Qnlney, Florida. *

,ml. ; dispensed with. Monticello, Jeffenon County, Florida, [ TTILL attend the Justices' Courts of G*

f .1)11. From Montifclln by 'GroorerTill, Ga, to U. The payments will be made through drafts on attend the Circuit Courts the Middle READY MADE CLOTHING. Just Received. W County the Circuit Court of Middle Flon*.

Tliurnaiville, 31 toUrs and back once a week. post offices or otherwise, afler the expiration of each WILL and of the County of Columbia of the OJ-: Call and purchase those who want good bargains. FEW more copies of Headley'd Napoleon and and the Court in the adjacent Coontie* of GeO'-

mh. !*'* Mf nlicelliie rry WednNtayat Cam, arrive quarter, say in February, May, August and November Astern Circuit Florida. BULL k PRATORIUS A his Marshalls. Also a fine Guitar. for sale by November 22, 1545. 19 tf

at| 'n.onu, ,'illo sataa .day by 5 p tn i Monticello, August 2., 1 N!I.. 5 January 2, IS 11. 24 January ?, 1517 23 P A. HAYWARD. f)3- Sentinel copy.

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