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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 20, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
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I break ranks, then, and take him there I"
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== For 1M J1 ri4 4I1. was nto o the Mexican, Come and:

OUR GIRLHOOD 00)1&BA.CKWoQD' THE FLORIDIAN. tako him, our interpreter, unwittingly!! 1

E1" ..TIITo" u.in the phrase of the Spartan at T r) a t

fis sweet,0.tit tweet, to remember chore hour '*. A curse 0 you-prepare for charge!1- J

When we could resort loCod'i temple each day, crie the Mexican" ; "we give no quarters,

of love,which in showers none ; aDd waving his black flag grace,

To Came feast down on the(manna rom that One who had taught us to _.. - - - -. _. -- -- fully over his galloped back towar tho i

pray. left this dear temple.behmd, BY SIBLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1847. YOL XYIII-NO., dragoon nfml'lline from. their Their right charge, was r upon bj the ,{)
since we o
long i
But behold its high, w elcoramg dome -- left flank, bringing our detachment into the '
Nor can we closest
it appear to our saddening mind bears no mark of a desire upon the part of the had,never claimed any other boundary. No denary fathers will march at the bidding of ride them to town-walk them out for tei-r with fire. Their infantry, with one Lowi"
But u either Mexico their to battle for her honor and defend health of their zer them, at the same time our
,When musing on pleasures of girlhood and home. President to rush into a war. Herrera the other was established by or country -gather news fathers flank.
then President Mexico, soon heard the mur. Texas. No other boundary was known to the her rights. Nor will I shrink back at brothers and sweethearts absent in the field. right I

Sweet home, dearest borne t thy remembrance is all murings discontent, and saw the undoubted United States or to the world! What was the the frightfl spectre of fanaticism, nor yield aright Verily the prophecy that tbe time sbo1 com Their charge was a handsome one, but waa

We have to console, to enliven or cheer ; signs of a revolution in consequence of his President to do? By his official oath he was escape its foulest machinations. No, when seven women should take upon one too wel too coolly met fo break our ranks._

And oft when ,ight" dew on the flowerets fill consent to make a treaty of boundary. He bound to protect Texas. He had no power to sir; the Go that guided and shielded the man, is pretty essentially fulfilled in me. fire had been spent, their front eel, I

We stroll to the bower where Jesus will hear endeavored to prolong the existence of his define limits, unless Mexico had entered into country, fearful struggle for independ. I have fifty-five recruits in my company, and umn being ab one hundred steps from the

Our voices-then bowing: upon the green sod- rickctty government: by refusing our minister, treaty which she refused. I leave this que -I I ence, is still our God. Many a paltry timeserving a ray pride, reputation, and perhaps life, may front of our fank, our line poured a volley into
With heart raised to Heaven, and hands clafp'din solve who I politician, who estimates his selfish their and them being a few times repeated, t
and excusing himself for the refusal by deny, for those wise statesmen to I, depend upon appearance, discipline created
lon which the I higher than the constitution of his how timeis such a havoc in their columns, that their
gloom ing the could not be satisfied with any act purposes efficiency,you can judge entirely my
Pray for a tweet temple for worshipping God, He agreed agreement.to receive a commissioner only, President could do. If the ground betweenthe I country, wi be dead,and many others will he occupied in preparing them to 1x5 butcher force wheeled to the left, retreating from our I
of our girlhood i "'home. driven the council of the nation shroud. fire, and in their flight made an attack on tbe
Like the one'mid the groves and not a minister, he said. 1 do not proposeto Nueces and the Rio Grande is what gen. of the :Mexicans. What a philanthropic em.
that ed with that black and bloody mantle with How that relic of ancient provision train. Here they met a wan ,
its Lower, tlemcn disputed ground, and if were ploj-ment singular: .J'
although politicianshere
home oh, how pleasant examine this quibble, cal and tom
Our girlhood ception, were
soon in all
which threatened obscure the compelled to fly
to barbarism still remains
that after they bright War remains not
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would -
every
the I
tall and blamed say
Screen'd from the tun's beams by its granite agreed with :Mexico, truly cafe and in the ii
President. The revolution in Mexico: was to settle the dispute, and'cr overture prospects of their country. I shall oppose ev.cry only, but is so popular in this peculiarly c\"i. directions utmost confusion. Their |
hills; efor which the of the zed and all infantry having been put to flight, the Howard V ?'
Herrera agreed toreceive had been rejected by Mexico, it wa proposition by progress enlightened country In ( we .
wild flowers consummated because
of its not peace
the perfume {gay Company, under the command of Lieut.
How sweet I N. ?
: but because he the of the President to take possession of war may be checked, by unnecessary or mischievous have flung: the ancients far behind us. In thecharm j .
That grew on the banks of its murmuring!: rills a minister; was i duty and if it had to be settled anticipation.: But I must to those of the world stands W right taking advantage of the panic, charg. ?jj
If the the ground blood-shedding
Its blue sky, how beauteous! its stars, how bright. friendly to a treaty of boundary. quibble I disputed ; who flatter ) where it after ed upon them and took their cannon from them. "*
let that be the of settlement. gentlemen tllems.It 8 now or days Joshua. Yet
which he resorted had been the cause by war, place
this to
At they looked from their spheres to dreamyearth nereafter the south will suffer herself to de. all red sashes This was son manned by the artillery detach
,
the revolution would have heen Much has been said as to the manner in which I lt drooping plumes, waving
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'. complaint ment under Lieut. Kribben in !
arrested when he rejected our minister. Having I the war has been conducted ; and what shouldbe graded to preserve friendly relations with the banners, burnished swords, rattling musketry, Col.lichel. t
But tad throbs our heart when kind Memory's.IigitAlone I sid miscalculation. I escort The enemy had by r:
north that make rpe
the subject the of future The com- they a : booming cannon-they are gay, noisy, taking fed I
course
shown to treat operations.
radiates theloted home i/f our birth. a disposition upon the of her wouldn't be soldier? The leaving their arms, provisions,
boundary, the would not trust him plaints made against the President, I could take know the south 41,1 feelings generous things. Who a other bgggl
army stores the
shall temple be rcar'd in his name, defend. He has people They no burdens girls love U s !-the government pays us- on hatle.
]Erelong; a in at the head of the and I think, successfully wilaJ upon 11
placed
They A small
*_j :.. _.11- _.. .i- .n U" vrn .WHOt echoes of! power._... of the revolution I from up the first shown'great: anxiety to prosecutewith : other sect n* of They will reqnir Pshaw! What harm is it to kill a few Mex. body of mounted men, under thocommand
praise, r --- .n' the master-spirit Capt. Reid, had by this time gath. t
Paredes I doubt not that he has .no annrifices-make no exctions. They icans ?
And the 'man of God' preach glad tidings! the same who put the arm in motion by vigor the war. I Union r together in a line, and charged the
the and On
love to it : On! to upon
hiA liostilitr. tv the vuiiu oiutf's, ana filS OJ 1) : useu! ailinc means placeu u MJ disposal: as I wilhnr preserve Monterey !
As those we once loved in our earlier da>'s. position to any treaty with us upon the.subject judiciously a the time and circumstances I !I long as it can preserved consistently As soon a I receive thirty-five more men, enemy where pursuing them into the mountains,

O then shall the cloud that now cover our skies- boundary. I suppose:; that the most bitter i would permit. Many of us are wiser after the I with honor. But with all their devotion for making my company ninety, I shal start in they sought ref ige.

Which shut in those jo that descend from abo e- enemy of the President; will not deny but be.. happening of events than before they transpired the Union, there is not a man, woman, or (JiJamol search of a wooden leg. (.nd yet folks least The 30 numbr of of their their dead is said to b at it

Disperse, anJ our spirits as Daglc ari-eOn did all that could be done to make a treaty ofj and not a few delight in showing our : !them but would sooner Sl't I the bright laugh at Don Quixote !) Professionally, how- wounded was as !
far
the rain-bow of Hope-the pinions of Love! peace. He fail'd.11 this I am told is true; wisdom by criticising actions after their performance slimy: south rin'l bj an .earthquake from tilconliunt ever, this war is perfectly pleasing to me ; pro. as ascertained. Had we a single piece pf i
with.us would
cannon they have lost of
Talldiatiee, Fla hut that the war was made "by the President, which we could not very well have and floating like an iceberg upon motion goes on swimmingly ; I am the fifth more
- ,by ordering the army from Corpus Christi! to directed before. I i is, however, soothing to t the ocean, than see her sons submit to outrage Captain in my regiment, and the thirty-ninth their men ; but having no artillery on our side 0' ;.
had .
This poem was written for and drdioatcd" to the i the Rio Grande If he had suffered:; the armyto our vanity to wind our criticisms by insist. atrl degradation.This for promotion to a majority, over a dozen or we to act as infantry untie got possession : y
members of a" Ladies Sewinc S.lCit't>. 1 the procit-d-s up of the howitzer so gallantly captured by
of which Association was; to pay for Ihe erection ot remain at Corpus Christ!, say:; they, we ing that it was all plain to our sagacious intel fiiir land of oars; should; be tlU peaceful two of whom Time is shaking his scythe most the Howard '
a Presbyterian Church. B. A. should! have had no war. This a supposition, lects before. The army has not advanced so'' patrimony of a band (f brothers. The I menacingly, and it is to be hoped the Mexicans lost company.We Ji I
had wished amt South earnestly and honestly desires to I will'do lor' the balance. Soldiering is a de. not a single man, and had but as sev. :1,
E-- unsupported by a solitary fact ; it i is a mere I rapidly as the President a con preserve wounded. .
en slightly We
took
;po2.rno.AL.Extract n D conjecture contradicted by every act and every troversy has sprung up as to who is to blame. and strengthen the goJl.n chain that I lightful business. Our occupation is to dig. six of whom died last night. eight Thin prisoners ended ,.

- -- -_. -- -- == declaration upon the part Mexico. Why I think if the American people were polled, binds us together, ; and \len ill links shall he I graves for our enemies and clamber to preferment the battle of Rracito, the first battle of the il
from the do that should have had if and would all answer that four-fifths p"t.n.cl" the ruthless fully oft fanaticism, the I over those of our friends. ;
you sa) we no war they truly Army of the West, and yi
SPEECH OF MR. COLQUITT OX TI'E THREE the army had remained at Corpus Christ! of them would say, that ththei"tli there I blow will not he given b r n southern arm, I Yours truly, J. R. B. G. our men as ever men fought ns bravely at fought by : '

MILLION BILL I i Your only re'ply.must be, that such is your would have bC'en'no mere fighting aftr the while she will receive its infliction with un REPORT OF THE BATTLE OF ERACITO. ment. any engage

rELIVEKED rTHE SENATE, FEBRUARY 17, J- 47. opinion-you think so You may have high battles of the '+th and 9th of May. Takinginto flinching firmness and unfeigned regret. The following official account of the battle have every reason: to believe that there j'"e

For the first time the country has some character for wisdom and sagacity, but I prefer the calculation the impoverished and di.stractfd - -- -- of the battle is more in store for us. ,,..
as
of Bracito spoken
chance to test the practical operations of our to have some data upon which I may ex. condition of Mexico, the suppositionwas -- n ., :1!A. :0 V, ofEl Paso, generally del Norte," says the New Orleans C. II. KRIBBCN, ;a .
--- -- --- -- r
republican faith. For the first time, we havean amine the correctness' of that opinion. That reasonable. General TiJlo thought co. 1st Lieut. :Mo. Light '
Artillery.
Delta is found in a queerly printed
.valorem approximating a rt'Oeuw'I such is your opinion, and that so:; you think'i or he would not have complained at t the number Jj'Ol4 the Savannah lrpu/irll. from the, Santa Fe Press : hand-bi .J t.JNCWSFSOM .

standard. When this act was !; j I may' be answer sufficient fir yourself! : .. of soldiers sent to his assistance. The army Tilt 1.1.11 AT MO.NTEUrV.. "On the 25th December. 194C, the Mexi. OREGON AND CALIFORMA. :. ,

alarm cry was raised, and an effort to produce I very much doubt whether your naked assertion moved slowly, and I doubt not that the I We find in a New York paper a poetical can forces from the city of Chihuahua. (about CITY OF P.\XAJU.Jan. 22, 1847. ,

a panic. Ruin ruin ruin was sounded unsupported by a liin well-founded reason commander confidently expected propositions!; account of the incidents of the captun of Mon 1100 in number) met the United States firces I 'The British surveying vessels, the Herald .t

from the halls of Congress, and reiterated : and contradicted by repeated acts and for peace. He did not desire to any more I terey. It was most obviously. not intended fir under command of Col. A. W. Doniphan, con I and Pandora, arrived in the bay of Panama D?

through the press, until even the stout-hearted j declarations upon the part Mexico, will be blood than was absolutely necessary to "t'CUr'I publication!, and should not hare brcl publish' sisting of GOO men-300 of them being of his f -the former on the 18th, and the latter on the i

democracy was seen to falter. Can these considered conclusive by the thinking public.At an honorable peace. This sam ;!expectation! ed ; but R it has already found its way into own the let regiment of >!. M. volun. 16th of January, 1S47. Their business here '"

prophets of evil! go before the country, and I any rate, I must be excused for my incredulity prevailed when the army was marched to Mon the public prints we cannot refrain from'conying leers,troops and a detachment of 100 men from Santafe is to complete the survey- of the bay and the :..j,

holdup their heads, while the evidences of j and unbelief. When the resolutions fa. terey. No battle was expected ; and the best I the letter and the concluding part of the under command of Lieut. Col. Mitchell, of neighboring coast. They spent the past summer 't1 .
their errors meet them in of the vorable to the admission! of Texas into the excuse offered for the capitulation was the belief from the of old .
every part i I verses, as th"y come pen an the lid regiment-consisting of 30 men from in surveying the Straits de Fuca and the :
republic :Manufactures prosper; agriculture iI I Union passed the Congress of the U. Stales, that even then the governments might be comrade and Ite. We are obliged! to I Major Clark's battalion of light artillery, (un. Island of Vancouver. The officers give different ,1 t
casm
flourishes; commerce is lively and every the Mexican minister dl'mantec his passports, making terms of peace. I am in favor of ad. omit the greater part of the poetry for want of der command of Captain Hudson and Lieut. accounts of the value of this .

branch of industry feels already he invigorating I and declared that act a cause war. Duringthe opting the most effectual course for obtaining room. It is n rather long, circumstantial and Kribben,) and 70 from Col. Price's regimentand some saving it is very valuable! ; Ilanr ),

influence of the measure. The cry of an I campaign of 1'-44., almost cocr.whig press peace, and securing the rights of the countrf.j well written description! of the affair at Monterey Colonel Willock's battalion, 25 miles this it is worthless. The naturalist is of the for.mer '. .

exhausted treasury, by reason of the reduced I and whig orator in the Union.opposed the an. The plan suggested by the senator the whole being constructed alter the side of El Paso." opinion. : i s

tariff of 1S4G, has been falsified, and the fact I nexation, assigning, as a prominent reason, 1 Carolina, [ Mr. CALHOCN,] it seems to me is I same mode as the concluding part, which we The following is the substance of a letter They left the Straits on the 9th of September as ;

recorded, that the increase ofrevemie is about the injustice of the act and that it necessarily the most certain and practicable ; and I shall j give from Col. Doniphan : last, and arrived at San Francisco bay in 'L

60 per cent, and the gross amount of increase involved us in a war with Mexico. I stop buta not repeat it. His arguments are strong, if The prose forms a kind of set off to the poetry Col. D. states that bp met the enemy and Upper California on the 26th of the same .1/1"

in the treasury for the first quarter of the year I moment to enquire of gentlemen upon the not conclusive. We prosecute the war to procure -the playful wit of the one contrasting conquered, and is going on to take El Paso. j month, where they found the American flag .

about 8700,000. The burdens of the people other side of the Chamber, how they hope to a peace. It seems to me that a common agreeably with the soberness of the other. I He further states that the enemy attacked him I 1 flying from the fort and from some twenty-five '

have been lessened, their taxes have been I reconcile the people of this country, to their interest will unite the people of Mexico, a is hardly necessary to say that the writer when his men were in great confusion, but whalers which bad run in there through fear ,t!

reduced, their articles consumption lessenedin own glaring inconsistency ? They made an your army advances. If you pause on some hahilual.mucb more waggish than serious. they were called together immediately and of Mexican privateers. The Portsmouth was .

price, and their products raised in value. II i issue before the people in the presidential canvass safe and convenient line ; her dissentions will ( his poetical vein puts on an drawn infantry, and received three fires also there. At Yerba Buena were many Mormons .

The odious sub-treasury, with its specie and rlceh.t'd the support of no smal number be more likely to operate in favor of a treaty, air of seriousness:; : from the up enemy a when the whole line opened I\"ing in tents while they were building r I'

clause, has gone into operation, and the alarm I of voters, by proclaiming the annex- than continual invasion. If no treaty shall be Again, the trumpet, drum and fife- a broadside, telling with great effect, and their hOI es. An advance of these people, ,

created by its enemies is dying away, and) ation as a just and certain cause of war You made fir five years, the additional expense A:grimly dawns the dd%- breaking the entire line of the enemy. Capt. about 3000 in number, had already arrived in .

will soon be forgotten, or only be remembered now throw yourselves before the same people, over the ordinary e.\pensesof the government Awake. the living to the .strife, Reid made a gallant charge, after the third country. There was much quarreling among .I'the
('if death at M'>nter<>\ ,;t
to be ridiculed and tell them Oh, no that was no of would not exceed f five millions annually in
as a folly. ; cause mounted and in his attack them.
Wet famished, cold, their ranks they form( ; fire, with 16 rr.en,
Indeed, I am satisfied, that neither in town war. Annexation did not produce it ; but the maintaining a sufficient force to maintain our Well disciplined obey ; killed several of the enemy. One mule load I On the 2Gth same month they hove to in the :1'

nor country would the people know such an I war has been made by the President Will position. .At the end of that time there would And rush, like some terric storm, of lewder, and several horses and mules were bay of Monterey and communicated with Com. t

act was in existence but for politicians. The I not the people ask an explanation of this inconsistency not be a Mexican on this side of the designated A.:ain t'ward Monterey.Ac&m captured.: Most of the :Mexicans who were Stockton, who was under sail in the Cvane for .

country was never more prosperous in all its I'' ? Will you not have to acknowledge line ; but such as preferred to be a citizenof The the tumult dm !and-the the crash fraj !t steel- killed, were shot in the head-an evidencethat the Southern ports. The Commodore was in

departments. The money market nevermore that your predictions were insincere in our government. Within the country there Gun answers pun,with peal on peal- our men shoot to high. The battle last good health and represented the country in -' :

casj The currency never sounder. | 1844, or that your: declarations now are unfounded would be, by that time, citizens enough to pro. tl'c mfr.Monterey! ed about half an hour. There was only about pretty quiet state. rr
The balance of trade in our favor, and specie I ? This clamor about a war with Mexico sect themselves without an army. I have f full Hotter,from breast-work, house and street, 20 minutes to from the time the enemy On the 4th of October last they lay to i r!

flowing into the country in abundance. The j and the injustice of annexing: Texas to the confidence that we can without arms, pass Till Thethick'ning ini-Mle lurid:j plat sheet', were discovered.prepare the bay of San Diego and communicated of, '"g(i '
one
whigs are not prepared to go before the country j Union, did not cease with the election. I will through every part of Mexico ; but I doubt Envelopes tremendous Monterey The following is Lt. Kribben's report to an armed whaler, which bad, a was reported, t I,

with the party issues and their promising j cal your attention to an extract or two from whether the country would be subdued and a Maj. Clark : been sent down by the Commodore far the 4 :

results. They may well seek to fasten upon New York Tribune, which wi more definitely permanent peace secured. Whatever course Too great the odds their stand to keep LIGHT ARTILLERY. protection of the coast. They learned that 9 "4

some new issue, which may afford some hopefor exhibit the position of whig party, may be supposed most efficient, that course The bra\et must pile way ; DETACHMENT OF USSOlRI the Californians had risen on the American l,. ;
The with the must sleep
party success. But I am amazed at sena. even after the election of President. will have m)hearty co-operation. I shall gain living, at Monterej.Ttio dell.o CAMP BELOW BRACITE Rio GRANDE, >$ j garrison at Pueblos de los Angeles, killing the :

tors who }believe and feel with me, and with [The honorable gentleman here read several vote for the bi placing the thn'l miion' ofdollars night! a-huncered .n the field, December 26,1SI6. commander, Capt. Gelespy and 'most of his J
the President, upon the great questions of the extracts from the New York Tribune, containing at disposal of the Pre Irle Upon iht-ir arms tie\ lay ; Dear Sir :-I can only write to you a 'few command, and raised again the Mexican flag. i' ;

country, who seem willing to lend their posi. : denunciations of the democratic party can use it for the benefit of the country, very And.Those let the\' at peter Monterej.77i tlioticht. to yie-ld-i lines, being upon the point of breaking Cristobal up. They afterwards heard a vague report that 'l ;

tion and popularity to the breaking down of on account of annexation.] wel; if not, it will not be lost to the Treasu / xteoiiil mvn night Faticued and cold! camp. Our detachment at command.Fray overtook Galespy had escaped. The Americans and t I J

an administration, which his done more than I With such declarations as these, made priorto ry. I regret the amendment proposed! by my That ftarvini; band sunt Col. Doniphan's Major other foreigners who had escaped the massacre i i't it
left for
all which has preceded it, in fixing these principles the election of President from one end of the colleague, and ,halOote against it. It appears I And till me where beat hearts more bold Gilpin, with 250 men, had previously t had taken refuge on board the whaler.- .1 t.

and giving them a place in the affec-,I Union to the other, how can you now change to me to :: but a little dij!lay -Than those- at :Monterey ? El Paso, and Col. Jackson was had following but 150 with The natives were leaving California. On the i

tions of the people. The main feeling of ego I I your position, and charge the war upon the I of party tactics, which wi defeat the end it i is Again the dawn-and scarce the sun 200 men. Col. Doniphan men 29th of October these vessels arrived at Ma- { .
his
rex meut inspires too many of the democracyto : President because he ordered the army to the proposed to serve. "' are in a war ; and HIM jotirneved hal his wa\- with him, the remainder of regiment being the zatlan, where they learned that the American t .il J

draw chalked lines for their associates, and I I Rio Hut, sir, not only did the Mcx- can any one point out the propriety of informing A star!! ol truce !- signal gnu!- attending on sick and detached through squadron bad literally leveled the town of rj i '
detach.
to embrace or denounce them as they i ican minister return home, our minister there Mexico and the world, that when the war They yield ;1.Monterey! country. From Fray Cristobal, our Guaymas in Senora to the earth. It was not i 1
may the drum and blast, Colonel south,
square themselves by its direction. No man dismissed, and a revolution favorable to Para. is ended we intend to surrender all the advantages Teal In out honor ol this da>,trlpe ment inarched with of the Jordana Doniphan del Mu- known that the land forces under Gen. Kear. !

was ever yet a great statesman, no matter dl's all showing that Mexico intended war, which have resuted! from the conflict ? is the third-it is the last !- when, at the Laguna ney had arrived in that country. ;
II i
I
reached through an
how exalted his patriotism, who refused potili- but I desire to submit two or three circulars, Will it alarm Mexico and make her su{for WE'VE COQttRID MONTEREY- erte, news us that, the Mexicans express haddetermined Two American ships of war were cruising I r* t
cal and party associations, because he was which issued from the War Department in i peace ? Will she be less disposed to continuethe sent by Major Gilpin, off Mazatlan, the names of which were for J
and had col.
its slatf- El Paso
unable to command obedience to all his beI I Mexico, that there may be no mistake, no struggle when we inform her in advance With We drooping mourn the flag dead midway to-day ; to resist at number ,of in. gotten. It would appear that the differencebetween J

tests.M Principles and not men is the mot. I doubt about who and by whom the war was that she shall lose nothing by its continuance* Be this their glorious epitaph, lected a considerable battle. An troops had American and British sailors is not I rt)

to, and yet we must Lave men to carry out the commenced.Here I cannot think the amendment will s t.l a THEY FELL AT MO. :TEREY. '* tending to give ua express of the artillery i clearly defined ; for the commander of the
principles. In my opinion it is not the mark [ the honorable senator submitted the valuable purpose for the people of this coun been sent to Santa Fe for a part surveying vessels (running his vessel into the '
loud shouts of cannon-throats Clark but news had, ,
of wisdom for a statesman to stilt bim\elfupon well-known official declaration of the :Mexican try. We sought to avoid a war with :Mexico, The To oilenceield their sway ; under Maj. there, that no the detachmentof a yet harbor without hoisting his flag) was seized,

bit individuality, and feel proud of his influ. government, denouncing annexation a an act and hence this is not a war of conquest ; but The banner of our COUNTRY foal! reached us from the ,three so of together with several other officers and men t,

ence, when that very course robs him entirelyof of war, and directing the generals in commandof I am in favor of reaping al its legitimate results Proudly at )Monterey 30 men from that here from companies the battalion.our and thrown into prison as Americans in dis. ),"

the ability to be serviceable to his country. i iI 'I the army to collect troops.] a we must suffer evils inflicted by corps are all are guise. It required about one week to con. }.
end of the Jordana ten miles
will now make some remarks upon the Here is the declaration of war Here are its progress. If the country now in possessionof JEFFERSON HAKHACKS, (pI 0.) t At the southern vince Don Juan Carrabo to the

war itselC;the fruitful theme for abuse to the the circulars calling for soldiers to prosecutethe our arms, had sti been held by Mexico, January f, 1847.- $ north of Don Ana, the traders are encamped. They touched at San Bias contrr.Acapulco,

adrnir ilration. It has been said, and hat war This was all done some twelvemonths without a conflict, should have been sti DEAR SIR :-Pray excuse the vanity that Contradictory rumors of the enemy's approach and took a running !survey of the whole coast. t

been reiterated again and again, that the l elbre our army left Corpus Christ! fied, and yet we would have waged war, at prompts me to imagine the accompanying ballad reach us daily.)". when }had I was in an utterly defenceless state. ,

President made this war. The question is, Will gentlemen Bti insist that the removal of any time, to have rescued its possession from worthy your perusal I made a bverseto YesterdaJ (Christmas day,) we Sirce writing the above one of these Brit.

how did he make it 1 How do you establish the army wa cause of the war? In obe. mightier powers. Having it now in our pos. como just after stanza, containing the just camp here, with about 600 men, ish officers informs me that the American sloop ,

the charge 1 It should be remembered that I Ii dience to these orders from the Department of session, I shall abide a treaty and iiiMKt on its epitaph of those who f fell ; hit them being had unsaddled our animals, and most of the of war Shark was ashore on the bar of the

if i this charge fails-:-if the proof does not estab- j War in Mexico, troops were collected, and an retention. I must confess I still more deeply more truth than poetry in it, I did not insert it. men were engaged in carrying wood and wa. Columbia river in September last. It was not

hsh it, our whig friends will have no excuse invading army, with orders to retake Texas, of regret the position assumed by my' colleaguein Here it is"And : ter, the news was brought into camp of the known at San Francisco whether she was of

for their course upon the subject of the war which she insisted she had been perfidiously opposing the acquisition of territory for fear thus in falling; at their stations enemy's being in sight and advancing. It or not. Some said Jbat she was got of; i

and must expect the stern rebuke of an insult- l, despoiled. This army" army}mad its headquarters of the agitating! question of hlavrry. I regret Their fuel, quarters, par, was about 2 o'clock, P. :M., and the day was went ashore again and was lost.

ed and indignant people How did the Pre bi- i at 'Matamoras, waiting: more troops and it as coming from a suutbC'n man, and still Their perquisites and all their ration, very pleasant. Our horses grazing some dis. t'
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dent make this war? It is positively) certain additional preparations. Thus, with war de more deeply regret it, coming from Georgia.Sir While Were wives stopped and at lonll.'rt) ; to beg tance from the camp at the time, we formeda To prtixnl tJu:Raft growing into the toe.- -

that he sought very: earnestly) to !make a treaty I I cared, an army collected, all chance for nego. I cannot believe it reflects either the spirit In anguish curse the day lef, single line, and determined to meet the enemy lithe nail of your toe be hard, and apt to

with Mexico ? Alter the Mexican minister I closed, we are gravely assured that or feelings of the people of the Statee Tliir. lathers ier stirred a peg as infantry. Their attack being evidently grow round, and into tho corners of your

had left the country, breathing hostility againstthe : I I nothing but the \sti of the army caused resent. The fear of no (question will induce rep. To go to :.IIIICft;." designed on the left flank near which was our toe, take a piece of broken glass and scrape '

United States ; after our minister had been I i the war! I am willing that this assertion them to retard the march of our country inl fulfilling lo Tell cOllin 1 have my hands full in the wagon train, our detchment was ordered from the top very thin-do this whenever you cut t'

dismissed! from his official station bJ the au. I no matter by whom made, wholly unsupportedby its high destiny. Ours will in time lie beau line, being the only one" tit for sen ice" the extreme right to the lef where we soon your nails, and by constant use, it makes the ta'

tiorities of Mexico, the President still sought i facts, and contradicted by so many circumstances an ocean-bound republic. Upon every hill in a garrison of twenty-four ladies, among took up our position. of ar ler corners turn up and grow flat, so that it is impossible I

negotiation. This did not exhibit any anxie- I -shall go before the world for what it will float the banner of freedom, and in every whom I am in love with two charming widows, 490 regular lancer and cavalry, and 100 reg. they should give you pain. 'k

I/ for war with that republic. After the' is worth. valley will be reared an altar to agricultureand scarce out of their teens, and also with the ular iufntry, besides some 500 militia troops

threatening! tone and attitude Mexico made I Again : it u urged that the President ought to peace. Not lay war and conquest but daughters of one Major, one Paymaster, one from composed the enemy's force, ac. Oaths.-The King of Prussia of has Justice abolishedall and i, '
of oaths in Court
the best information that I can ob. forms a n
n necessary for our ressels of-war to hang I not to have ordered the army on disputed by the liberal spirit of our free institutions, Quartermaster one Surgeon, one Assistant coring to thus-
of and from substituted a uniform one swear
upon her coast, and be ready for the exigency gound. The President might hare been ve will this work be accomplished.It Surgeon, and one Captain of Infantry-total reports prisoners papers tell the truth the whole truth b
the the field of bat. fore God to ,
that was threatened, they were withdrawn by r situated, in deciding what was should be the part of wise and practical individuals present to whom I am ardently at. found amongst baggage on truth the Court
the suggestion of Mexico that their contingui. disputed ground. The Mexicans claimed all statesmen to guide with discretion this onward cached, (attachment vehemently reciprocated,) le.; The enemy ranged themselves on the. nothing but the administered., standingwhile
the oath is
;LU a barrier to any overtures of peace. Texas ; and by her the whole ground &disputed movement to its find completion. But ho who ten Beside whom, however, I now and east within half a mile of our line, the mounains
the river
w&,surely, indicated no hostile wish upon until our army crose the Sabine. I hesitates and falters to long, will be crushedby then waft the fondest thoughts after one young in their rear. In our rear banks.Previous was. Among the sufferers at the late fire at Head's

we part of the President to have a war with suppose gentlemen do no mean to insist thatit its progress. I have yet an abiding confidence lady in Maine, two in New Jersey, one in Eu. with a little brushwood on its lieutenant from Mansion:Philadelphia, were Madam Iturbide! I i
Mexico If he the duty of the President to abandon in the of the and two in Baton Rouge ; but let not my to the encounter, a
sough; only a pretext for host was patriotism people. The rope black ex-Empress of Mexico, who lost some jewels ;
a
forward
li"i be had enough justify Y him in the eyes Tens in order to replace tho army on undis- question of Ilaer bears now a threatening dear cousin and be jealous-their heir: ranks came when, waving within an hun.flag Mr. and Mrs. Kean, who bad of their
halted
oft KTdized worjd' He still sued for peace, puled tritor. At what point do you say the but shl wit a patriot's faith, dis chance is as good as any. I often think of in his hand, but Thos. wardrobe damaged, and Col. T.pr Perkins,
apc line. our
with the emotions I Selah I dred of our
Caldwel
fwd DJ' I Congress has fixed them steps :
means
which would have beer humilU was niy duty country, and trust that ted of Boston.
iat.109, we had been in contest with a h. gro The best informed statesmen the will pass ol without harm to But seriously, twenty.four ladies present interpreter, rode out to meet mes-
mr
tier power; he flattered himself that success$ bndry.mal but they cannot define the tempst.cou repubic. wi not suffer myself to be.' are a pretty good weight for one man'sIb.oulders. lenger, with the commander black flag o defact into de. The most trncher glass in nature is a ,
the
w attend the effort, According to agree. what they themselves call undisputed ground. leve th&we ever want men or money I must have woo cu for them manded that their The reply glass brandy -it rflect. back death instead
!neat, he ascertain the boun. successfully, ] their coal put in t ee that and speak to gener.
seat a minister, with full to How was the President t ( prosecute this war. Without away wasP of your
flake a permanent ,treat.'. This powen certainly dar 1 Texas claimed t the Rio Grande She money and without clothes, the sons of revolu. their locks are fixed-panes of glass put in- -" If your general see our com- ima.T









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LAND SALES. Tax CCsB +s.,
Extract /re/a ile arf IIf Ctms if 3d.Ware*, Leave Tb itna viUe every Thursday at ft a m, ar> 10. The distances are girea aeccrdiac to the**** SANDS' SARSAPARH-LA, rime fill the pater. -.w...

'e 1S43 *eefi. IS..fiut nest M ticeilo.ta&*day by V pm. inlormatio ; but no increased pay will be allowed FOR THE RDIOV AND pDUL"T c TJf pBTStnare of legal >aasitythe.sb.taibetwill By hall, as t rtzsid .--a:

-. J* father eworfeif. That U shall be tbe 35:. From Quincy to Ctutiabootbie, 21 milts itoold they prove la be greater thaxt M advertised ii OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FRO)! AI JL offer Itc sale at pchSe ancticai,at the Coart ttaate erpoe tor sailbefese the Cart I.-

faty cf the Poakmaster General,in all future letting and back, twice a week. the places are correctly camed IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOODOR of Mad _"*a County between the boors of ten and city d Ta 1ahaneeCoast?trdescribed Leiat. .
Leave and at 4 11. The Postmaster General pnhsbiteJ by law two rckk,en the 13th day day e* MAT nan,tie
Quincy
every Tnesday Thursday ,
,f cwjttadu f*!the transportation of the mail,to let pon HABIT OF THE SYSTEM prw tT,- SB t .dt3eseKsst
tb -.iu evpy case,to the lowest bidder tender ,arrive at Cbartlaboochie same day a by 5)p in; from kaowirurly soaking a e&atractax* the transperUtiw VIZ: folkrww: ;tracts of land te wit: t3 e Shit and C CtusatyTaie dun thaw .
mail with'any sfcall have The S E i ol Sectiea 23, }
a Leave Cfcattahwochie Wednesday and Fridayat of the pasts who
for faithful OhtittdeCtiteisini 1546:
witbriut snc se at Qaincr same days b 6 a m.Propu entered into any a-mbina oa.ce proposed to enter .-. _rut. Ewf Rhaniic2a Paaaartv.a.P.aee .tie Tbe S W 1 rf Section, I Ia Township No-1, E SWLSec6T2,3t3Ita4L -.7l:
transportation
als tot triweeklywrvice willbecofiadered.353J into any Combination, to peeress tap making *f any EntJ11fi.Pia/Iln ar The y w i ef Seetir 25,f Kiaje So. 7,S* E. fD 1D1t'e F hee T ,
tfcatn be necessary to provide for the Ckr.rec Sara Ep"s Rios _.;
ipay
Fmn Chattahooc K-,by Ocbesee. BlorrBt- hid for a mail contract by any otter fr.c. t>r person, .B1atcha.Biro, and The N E i cf StcHew 24. J S i LatN r:9.eigaat Play of die
twrnt
ec3entyarttaintyaadtarcwritydsucbtnri.porl E.A1ar
JlHJ c > ..sf't
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town, lola,and Fort Gadadea. to \pabchiro1a.lD1i 50 or hU hare made may ajtreeBaettt shall hare given W.; Tnf8. & Ckcri.Sypiiritae The E t of Stoic I.Tawwiip II?.S It E. lake e, to brncb 1T. ,
fcilim shall contract hereafter be Stirbeen parps
I ; nor any new repaired Pans UK Burs .d J, -
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and back twice a weekfrom hit October to red or performed*r promised to rive cr perform, any f andLitaeaau The W t ef Section 6, r, f, LeatYes.M r3 and 2 .\tda aHti..a
to p'rchas out,or take at a rahutiou the s Sciatica "LO kit.. w ,ijd
stock or vehicle of any previous contractor for the of June ia each year,and once s week the residue. consideration to do, or tout to do.may thirds whatever aIN eyataea. 4IQ isijsdiciras nit sf.hfirrwy.4wita Oa the 15th day ;/ MAT at the crt Howe of labaseeptSrpoetistgtobelomsgtaril. -
same From 1st October to 1st J tine. to induce any ether person net to bid for a nail cno- Erpwm e. Jisrrsus.aace4Lifr. : Jefferson Gn ity.Late lcwiag tracts will be o fiered, land. -7s

s Bidder will Wcsrefal to read the fbrnH and Leave Chattahoocbie erery Wexlsesdar and Friday tract. Piiticuljj attention isealled lathe 2fh fl iecti .5155.0 C'Lcerpq..rwait Ceetif' _ta'Uiterden.PHIS M sale,viz: Sec.TZo RZSa'sd E; W}37R'R2.Nsnd t
instruction $>eaded to this aJrerttsement. They at i2 m,arrive at Apalachicola next day by C p m. 'if the: act d 1S3C, prtiiubiUtg eat inatisms to The W' j ol Sec 15,1 &; EaE bSsst.TtBf.3
are requested ap slate,in their the modes uaTepa1k1irnla"" Taes isy and Thursday prevent bidding. prrparatk i is a sem'i"' ation hitlerta uaJ. The E } d See 1Iy In Town 1 s.Barge S,t5t E; W i S E 4.See. 2,T2.JL'2.latE1rIt
11s If proposals tiyBciae.. did inz
; waich intend to convey the mail. Where at 5 a m, arrive kt Cbattabouchie next dajs by 11 a 12. A bid received after tine to wit.the IfJt2 Eaawn ia the history and from the eatireif The S f See 31. ) #.Sec XT 2. 82.S aad E, _.

s the size and wc-fcht cf the mails, or the speed called Ia.From March neat at 9 a. xa.. or n itiost the nannty required ia its chancier cfkentUcms which hare been rarioa The X i of Section 6,Town O,Raece 3,S.E. t." toW itpurporting TtR"
lt Jane to Is October. law thai wveral rc stsi i.i one prepantiiua the bj cr the Cruet House fIlCuw.t.tbe era Life Zia trice cd Test Cotta .
for in the jtcbedules,shall require it, eootrads It Oa the 25th day oS MAY at .
acts
Leave Chattaiipochie evrry Wednesday at 12 in, sum of cdspeBsation, cannot he eor*,d Trd ia rnm- at drfnent times off-red tw the public paacaily *- Let S iii.Ccath-wet
t railroad will be offered i adorn
will be made rot coach, steamboat or conveyance brinrine it Gadsdea Wlcwicg tracts .
rrire at Apalachicula next Friday by 11 a m. petition with a regular projiesal xu4 aJjuJp4 to be : aeon the whole s -teta,, thereby
J ,as the case stay be; and,eon+,e luently, each Leave aaifcr its direct and i uin edi ate iaflo nce. Althoughpo. for sale, rfz: TaSahaMee,porportiag to brkag t-e .B.
Apalachicola Moodiy at 9 amarriveat ttanpnt
e route will be iti ta bid proposing such mode of conTrrnnce. every is In Tmraifcip 3 Js rth,Rarre 3 Weir 'stunt
ejects it re-
healins cat
will be CbtttalroocLie next Wednesday by 11 a m. 13. A.bidder may ofirT. where the tnnsprort teas .eeeieit of powerful 1M Pis 2.Sec 32. T 2.2 1 N said
In aB fiber eases the routes assigned dd- Fractional Scrtieo S, AB e C Sectism 1?, W ct
Proposal for an additional weekly) trip trota lt oiled Out in the drrrtic.. T.t is diSrult or itaprac- tireh ba Bie s so that it CMUM* snnire the meat
of S T21.tandW)
made J'1. W
traa- .AD fJl" 28 .
to bil proposing the cheapest health effect All of SrexJso 7, ; i r fiT
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Octohrr t" 1st June will be considered. tic.ble at certain aea*..as. to cabatitote as iafrr-n- tats c .titaho"WbalI.8 perfect N W SeeR el 23. 1. Il ti tad lY.,rmarua: =
portatioa.TJROPOSALS 3524. From St.Joseph Apaiachicola,23 miles mode of ewtveyaare, or t. intmnit service a wpre is prod-ored by I its u-e except aa iacrea+e of appetite S.1.All of SecrieBi i 25, All rI" 2J- ie>a M 5cbsr, t. A. F. u and the IIOfs tahq p' C.
FOH CARRYING THE MAILS OF and back: tw ire a week from 1st October to 1st June, fled Dumber of: d.'*, "-fk', w nx)Btk*. Ito CUT bat w!t.en di fcre u seated ;u the fru&e. and Ftaitieita.W 4f
and a week the residue of tLe an office that iaara iUe. fart ,u vjcfua alum; the p.tb of life. they \ll of' 1 9 .
once
year. nroprse to omit i* >* or is crrjp*
$ from the lit of July, 1M7. to 'is tVget31TZY1.SaalWT'P
JL the United tate* '
From Irt October to let June. not on the stare roes.. the railway. ,r dt a ><*e* tb l'E 2fT
See R i
will be received at i # 1 i, ; :
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the :*.*!! Jane, |1S-, iacHsrre. ecta.sti 31. viod7F.
t the contract offiiie of the Port Once Department, in Lave St. Joseph's every Monday and Saturday at .as the case may be: cr le mar odt r :o sbrtitnte iifr. and vtcor, aM branca ZMMih and strent All of Serrioe 17. t tJI" sag taste acrt,f''>tapattaar b t. yia.

the city of Washington, until 9. a. m. of the imh 7 a m. arrive at Apalachicxda. wne days by p m. an inferior node of supply in ach ca(. He to.t '.n3ertn3 u di ea.ni .. Fractional 5ectin 21. the j f1l Fbarada.i Jstatased
:: Much, 1517 (14 be decided by the let day of April Leave Apiiachtciila neT SnnJar and Friday at 7 may propose diflier Cal dive and iM>or" cf departure Txrrie is STRACGaa THI. Fscrms -LCITSC Oa the' 31st day ef MAT.-it the Cwrt Based eye's.7. "S.tftd f.
em the routes ant ia the manner and time herein.jecrfied. a m. attire at StJoph'! same days by 5 p m. aDd arrival provMVd DC racer mature time 14 risked : F.acrs Sri sow Tr5Liese Lee -Tbetallow.late Jacksam County. Lase.teg tracts wall k a'.trtdfor of T.Aaha.teet,, A aiayaaity ..
From lit June t6 lit October. and it i.i abrk. that ao nail onan<'xk.n or tithepublic terttocaJe is eels jamrsjer tick ia the ,atchaifiof sale riz L' viz: FLORIDA Leave St. Jone t'l u's every Saturday at 9 a m.uri\e accnmzxfeatien i U prejudiced. He may ak tei-timeay t.its ... Let ts*adbrted read and la Township S North, Sa gel! w.. SW.1cfSesltT3R2Saadl:

3501. From St. Aujastine, by Jack nsville and at Aj'; l chicola sase day by ;+ m. far more runni; lime 1. the trip, fartnr a ;eciay Lrave Apalachicvla at 12 arriveat of .:at certain ear'r.. of prrelisrh bad rain. Wt.cJEl.SEiol _.
KirkJxnd,to SU lary".,Ga.,91 miles and back once every Friday m, dy SiaadNEJefSecl, t..IT t". Ftssr$3.
week. St. Joseph'*same days by 1*S. Soctiri Ie Sectan Uy A. A. Fly
e a From Brinbridcer Ga-, by Chattsboocnie, .efferent lust the adreitixrnent will prereal its This mar ctrtaf that aw >wn, now aced seventeen N l" 4. S't'dS.Cbaa Saaf
at 2 t Lice
:1 Leave St. Aarsstine erery Wednesday a ra,arrive Citmty abd er e+rfesa.LCes
:; 12 ILnrzold, Marianna Scarlwk's Spring, \Veboriile, twine ewwderw! in rMaperitioa with a rrcnhw bid bat brie for tea years al ted with the scroMouihaay Wi,3i.WdNE 1.l 5 i l M, Der-.a-.n.. .#. 2eo
St. Mary'. next day by m. II
Leave a} S. Diu '' Thenday at 1 p xa, arrive Caroj bellJon.Genera, Almiraate, Milton and Floridattwn not set aside{ prrrarscaee*: and where a tad COB- r. At the are of sevea'years he had the taeasles Asd W i of S E i, I S J Ss. N 7T t, Sec It, *&
s at St. Aacustioebext; erery day by 11 p m. ,to Peneacola.31 miles and hac-I..tbJ'f'e times tame nay rf the abf e aJ eratiriv .their*..aat :rs which probably amused this hasaor to sake Hi aoTx Seetien 6, S11 .f Seetaaa 2S. Tpper SUW31H1iP"e gp

35J2. crr.JD Anrustite:by New Smyrna St.Lu- S wrtk. will be 1. ia ct mp rinr; it with other wn2e. raaoe ft a mew inroiar way. rrwnrre lea bah All of Sctsssi '. All of 26. KA5T FZ42I9.1.
Leave Senda }. from BJI* bead !'> his feet with sscall raaton- I eea9mUed I -
Bain'rJ4e Wednesday, and 5a Aflef 27,
; tie, and Miami river, to Key West, &_*) miles aad every f sW4,3rdSEJ._
'' Peftsaeola Sat bid for ia )'-' t back twice lth. Friday *t a tn. arrive at rvery Taesday. 1 1 There should be one Ttrete i pr- a Section =. .ul4lt 26, tzretaayl So
.' a mt It- and 15th bfck Friday.and Sui: i t\. t.y 4 p m. Loca l. hire days in ..cr T innsi, ad not oaaWirtantattg hura t" 5 w I. Gc Aid 2'1.V Jlli1THI i eg its fraa ad tt.ttc
Leave St. otinto let
Ao:V om Lave rfuc'ult e.erj SIiOO... Toe day and Fn- 1:. The rvstf. the service.tine seerv pay-the bid 'e, aoVc #d me to I1I1t Dr. Rotes,ol New N \ ef Ie MI. Ute a ksw fa: tfsr JI ,
West days.s.
month at Key ;n sewn
arrive
-. Leave Key Wrt on th*Sth aad 23d of each month j dy at 5 a to. arrive Bainbridge every Toe tlsy.Tbur der's name wad 1'f'oo* .aMtwt..m. .4 t-arh'' I then betas; a rmi et of that nty. After a loac \Wi.k.5Ehil 1" Aafll" 31, aim a term arrive at St. in seven slays day. Hod Sondsy. by IO p cT.PiviiKiKaU her of the firm, where a Aajtistitus
r Proposal* for service once a maclb will be condertd. to eoiiixtence the route at Chat tahoochie, distinctly stated-akci the mode rtf ct.r.v a;,f'. if a ethic medical sftiaea with ham at the sazae time, I E j cI Geodes 15 All fII" 33. 1'IIIIIp.11 tesurk t'* a. xaisat err \t"y&-
I will to Cm J4lered. "kicher tnade thaTi on uisrlnck is"'>(i '. he pfwawoncwi it Senotala. "or Flows EviL The AH f1l" 17, Alt d 34, tcr. they asa K4 vj* two '' c. 'r rtsgan _

313. Fr Aurastine to p colaia. IS mile Prnpo, ale for once a week, a1!! fit twice a vek 16. The bid Vwfi! be teat nAr !.'. a ?drtwed child wa thn pre cribed k r, and comaaeacel ta&ar .All i" IS All d 35, Aetasreca Tbs Si r a ac ''nand be I best
f--: and back m I r-crvace. will b*ortaetdercd.From to the Fin-t AwisJsnt rVH tBk.l. Grrt-nl. iritli medical .frmta that '' lie crow wet isatilJmit I Ail of laAiltrf .All. L .J fMic:.- C&acoM m .: >e 'aslat eta,net
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Leave ,St.once Aunirtiae a e ery T.-.hy at 7 a m, arrive 3tf !,;a... fay Oaky Hill and Holmes Mal Prnpc! in the Sta4e. -,- wnrtez on ef J OT and. rhea his baste became aftxte m 20. atttstia wail be pa4 1a' .--mav+ .t a .8IJ

at Pieolala sjrac d.. b* 12 m. '''I %aUey. tu Uck AJHO, W 24il(' cl" ;, roIIICe a the fort of the latter( : and cbtmU M dc'air bed ia roa p nerve f4 t.e taerrary tlust aad been zjt f'tI blm. I la Towasais 4 Nark, Baaae 7 Wen ._>iwrthfietroe r: sat' Tbe !dertlr y apeo.idd
k I ;
Leave Paul ata every iM cedar, at 10 p m, arrive at j' a t""l.I time to he received in or bc f.n the 10t& March next. A piece "1 :mete came away few order-par I I 1 Fraction Seeps :14, Fisidaasl 5fd IL with and sac *.:.fa. s+tae>:.a-Ub
r St. Aninstine net! d.. by 3 a a. I Leave Marianna erry Thwaday *{ 6 a m, arriie at at 9 cVlock, a. m. the first place. as :-ar-c as aa Eneiijrh walnut a piece All of 23, I{ i0d aneatrife iastfesa.Isthetie .

PrspK al* fr tivice al.o for three times a wet& ITchfe .\J na neat dry by 5 p a. I 17. The eottrac are to bo lecatrd b. .* beforr from his .rrbead w !ai2?M a nveoce. aid a jneeefrtm I Ia T 3 N. It ?w. AH of 3.eti.a i1Ia J.bosia3 near .t.f Irwasj .
rd.3i Le Uchee Anna erery late+ ay.t 6 am, arrive the lit July next near the cn>wn rof his tea .. It th* w sM tot rasa srsred the 9prto w w.h rid b"bratwaecltt
fTviee. will l l t crttadFS T 5 S.R lU Wes4. S t aisd S tiff WIlli' it# fill .
itt Msnaana next jay bj' 5 m.3.V7. ]". Pcbttaaegers chides the bark and slit, and :di. ': :.n three '
at siftMbd inru -
M >4. From Gare? Ferry, by Fort Hadee. Ne rsaaixiUf p I mn-f. (r ten ptaoea.Frasa S E i. Sec f. \B" Srcb i 14. : us cpMa. Jj aie'a..1 .
and EU villr, to Alligator, *xailes Fran Mananna Jck;na rmaty, to Ft Andrew 'I railroad, brat acre :than eij tfy nkb fror.. k dcr-ot, I thence ta one of hu Unew s iiantiar.- ia caase J '1".ete iavsic. aelecMd far th* 9tKa tan Mr j ail kiaas of Saeairsra.Sawed Hkj*. T,iisr. U&tq
tuck Dace a rrek. '* Bay. t..-tutu! and hack war a week. j wm, imraediitlelv after the lid April hl.'. report ] ;.eace af the alcerati.- the Mnaries *rd tend t race, assd lying a weesbit saartekhtachr.is, aft riaoe1Ifai.hamebsof t: :_

a Leave G.rey'. Furry every Tuesday at 4 p ta,a./tdj Lear !Msriwini e ery Thursday at 0 anarrive atSt. thai fact to be d. r>arfns r. rfalinc their tact distaste i fn.*a the bones at the .: joint .n the bark part.-t; very vida.hik- The asaunc sw.l4:

,< xire at AHizator next J.1: xa. Andrea1. Barwri day <5 p ta.Leavt cos the ra-irnad dips?, and hemn.Tne:: ] He had at tae time ditert nmatae IOnS r-r nsae- | TDtMSOat C sad.< isarthneI wfee ate;&ae af this arace's. ar -;ie>aita( tSP aa
1:t Leave Alligator every'Monday at 2 p S3, am\ '. Andrew's Bay e. 'maatec {mID the glass of tHe throat and those pewee I hare I foartb ia three ananai la-taisaeaDa, wkh naierarf Jai c c 1S .i :1tFeriratc

J .' Carey's Ferry next day by l'! a m. arrive Maria ana aext cars by 6 p m. General t l direct t iip: proper supply ttr ke "..df' fr>a 't' BMBtiisatd la 1"04-1.) Il.oetI ia Portssa ota. N. H.,!I xraa the date of .w, payable aaaaaSy ia advaocp: J". 1S47.j '. .a

Prnpf .al. for twice also for three tiajtsa w eel Xit"t.rom Geneva Ali, to Clay K a5c. 36 ailed the railroad bv mail mt*>roam,fro+ anc l after The and be was attacked with a Rb caaar>c F *er. which j the pwebaser tt pee bead wits aaorofeJ a ;wity. I -C. The J_' Tsirve'* ','ft-
7dered. and back, once a week. ltot Jelly next.I .er.fId! ia tee oi bis hips whx-h swelled m* :larse a* i A..iek enia,"Tiaa."C aiml .: W.c'
titmice" wail l he cte s ; rf acy ?n c4i8Aer AailarelVrto aar&p eke wit e ws G
3SOS. From Jatkwarille to Alligator, 70 nak* Leave Onera every Tuesday at 9 a ta, arrive at Uwfc-rrke act rf 3d Mush* 5, th* mrrfe is i f three of the other. Betnf natfer MettKai treatxaeat. i pray ia canb. a diersaat skull he aisfi'iril vt 4r. air. t-j Fiag 4. adslr5.ars.'"'y. W'iZ ane, sj*
r?: aa4 hack once a w eek. Clay B.ak Mine day fay S p a.Lwre to be ki to the Jove bit trainmc m eernaraatite t t hey gave him ijiadaawi nisi he lt} his reaasau test oa tile cnIIIiit -. -.. ; _..a"' aasrb.ea seas aapse isaj

laT Jack rlle erery Tuesday at 6 p :. arrive Clay Hank every Moadcy at 9 a n, arriveat > i for faitbtW yerfe- aal+, Trnbtutt miter Thea'l In naii alarmed, sad seat ter a Thotaixeuaa. JOBS i BEAIm.j ; r.ainc the astiee tad dkesr b.. sr :.1EU .
at .Ulicator at (hIs bv. 12 m. I Genera same day by 5 p m. teAr nre'o the m-d of tt'antcpur1.atM than BMTT be ; His medicine helped has hip aad eted this rerarsa.t j Bagatar ef Pahik Laaas far the j. >abeare.
i Lave AKicatorjerery: )Qdayat 2 p ta,arrire at !;*. From Pewacola by Ho=ey Cat Ala., andy iseft sary to provide; f..r the due celersry, certainty t{ The third time he was attacked with this
Jacksonville Text flay by f ar. ,J RlKf'I to Mobile, 72 racy and back three tit&es a and totality -jf: wh tr.t iHi> rtai_. (J T42, whea bearins T>r. ?and!' 9aren i.rlta. std i ir.IINJI..Y.h e+sary I. l's". 29 : state Tu CsUeeler's k.By .

Propw als fit t Vice. alo for three times a w wk :J i it w tek. Whet the l ioest bid rnrri* fn a zap Tf rwrr/- |I basic perfectly mtustaA that ail other awdaesaM had I .-_ 7bs s..aiI Gea ,. 71uaa.,1 'I d tie P'1e/'e' / y. atana. Saw t
service OT this waje,w'ill be coa idwvd. j, Leave Pdqct1a erery vndty Tae day. and Friday j nave that i* oquatf' for the rwsdte ;n rxipprt to thecrraiaty. i fiaiied arf etbrtiae a cur*. I seat and pnr.'WI'In. aid Canadas 7.-. aiD jisjfciish tie acorn n t apoIR kr a:>. -m the ; ri Jiasajr a

3506. From Pit .,ka,by Oran a Sprrae "ort M_:. j at 5 p to. arrive at Mobile next day by 11 a m.leave security and relerirr of the Mti<. aside ]i ties and L.> the r.zae be had take it all I era lnd i wens, and swat tier serssuNts fa* leapaatler II; 3siQaet aeai. J eter lis* caeca- ?* 'i* C.FSscida. .err' tae,aj

< t La Sam p, Oaca|.nmb. Fort Dade aid Fort F. :Mobile every Monday.nUlr1Icby.and Satnrd I I trots any arc* MDodUo*for travel it w fli avt be entitled wo: Those ytaces healed-be be bricht t Public Laassi far Ae 3tat of Florida," III TaiSaiw'Ce. j 1K !d..J1 I.evi Wtn -x're.. gore s
fer.to Tampa l S i miles and tracke a a tie k- -. at 12 a. arrive>t Pen se rnla ext day* by 7 a m. tc"the rmrte.2f' Ilrim lire-iy i cr* came to has face and iiv*-snea : 1 the fo11Dln a; leartsd iseoe. -lId .
Leave Pilatka eXeri Tuesday at 10 a m.arrive at a JVi>po sab for dailv Mrrice will be raoNdered.. !. When the bid does nn* name node(1/cowr y. rime till l the F ul af 1944, ha ernnplairl aster I I tsHERsot' say will wy tile *as tea Cear> 'alaCt

Tampa next Fridrj by: .1 p m. -'. Favor K. Weed by Indian Key, to Charles aacr it will be taken awl una rat ted tn rte lor the roubitulD.. At that time be became deaf, WBK ; t Jt.i'1'L; % COUNTY i t tt '4. tisa alit fat tit!)
Leave Tmf etery Tuesday at 10 a xn, arrive at It ton. S. C., 7'! miles aDd bark, o re a inearth. lowest mode of conveyance. tt wit: oa fcw eback I continued tears; last Mareii %aa his rqr&t ere he- Tax Collector Sale. !j j'BY.U'W haft. Lyesc as hill m Ti'-. adaang : ;-
r&lattra next Frida j. by 5 p m. Leave Key Wwt fmn the Kith to the tttr of each 'K" it prooen in carry accwrdinr to tibe airer- : caret 1I6c1Ifod: froa that ts teas lsdt''.cgemattfae t to tl* senate IfIi A. R.1)6i) rera:'
Profosali for twice a week smce will be CKisid35CT7. month arrive at Chaxle.toa w ith all pr cticibJe de- tteearrat. and no mode oi"CO T<"carve it rared Cor suciit of the eye to that ha wa la a great mssrarr of aaxherur pasted ta arts by law, I.;'! .1et9 r7vs. !'lava ltisiteae" iaa e+- seitesSt
r tied. f patch. tbe route ;n ?he- dT TT;.-tonf.lt'sill be eta ..dereda deprived of stgM.KiKMnac I 't r . bt.j the Court Htxase ::.t._t.1'r..71eas.r

From Pilaika.by Enterprise MeUcnrflle, ; Leave Charleston no the let day of each moetlt, r'ffetinx n"h for hi-yst-back ctt'nte Tire I that Sawis' jaraiaariFia' was the nary 4oet. ia 3foeceiia, ie*Bsaa Cowarr. se ie j j i ,. .. ,pecpostaag :: : G.ag :z.t "

_. 125 miler and tacit; once a rack. i arrive at Key West with all practicable decpatrfe.PropoMl f 21. Sine .;1;"--saref.f these, ? (4 March 3. !4tJi. BM x-iae that had ere dose nai aay cana, I xroiieii s Pint .Hmcioa at Js % wA ', J ssa Jt 1I"se" tad.r- 4 c-. i3. .b t etn'axi+'

Leave Ptlatka eterjTueaky at 10 a n, arrive at to embrace Cape Florid, and St. Aaeustiiie a new dance;>:;:': c-f bar l liar been rect-jveA. It vr+ee I to Mr. Fowie. Ap-:becary. at Boat o for mice He ;Ike kaei.t scrims-y. o a wen t t ed as wits'! Aaa itl aiasss hiss; at ttlr t.e o'f' iv. AiEatrltldrrslsceAkCss

t Ueifeaville l next day tU be (.. ;flu!M BBodf(if coBTTaafcl bat eecntCs to carry t hemail bat takes neeD di;lars warth. which has removed pay the SCat ane COKJ Taaeaow* tbueoa far e esadrkP..s1i b i.aytr-'

Lave Mf'lloDn1tTt1J' Thursday at 10 a ra, arrive :1'il. Frnin Kev Wettto SL Atsra-trae" 6t 0 mile i; with certainty,( e'. and "H"I1ritJ.-,;,i the humor :': his eyes aad beer, aad he now I., :tit ; I Collies
at Pjiatka: next: dzy b; : p m. and bark tai- e a nswnth. j jL jzc ttrawof the la .. TWs fed are tailed, (rw the;,: appears To be rurea. said radacaily M. I wer tf bej SEi. Seo33, aid N W isk =, and W liS]t JfitL'i 'r. 'i-rr. .

*}'. From Meljonviile to New Smyrna, 39 mile I <- Fey VT-5i on the "tb.ind 2d of each month Qi.nrr u viarJi tfary anted an tie books of.j lieve all ?bs latter trouble auto have byes aros>aM tEl5 n.T 1. 1 R X acct E ?-?esrttaf to bet f sad c fIr8 "ii (c: W.tan
afTa*, *!. furrisf-ne: :n M-V B daj.. '- 'it I had cnouoaed the af the Sirsaaaiiila i pant t
and beck once a wt,-*". I !L. depmrtaent. star 6tdi. ha hea decided. !(flf tboroBdy use j 7 ill tN -: .
Leave Mell'Jtvii every Thnmlay at 6 art, arriveat "eI1 r aiine. m the lt led l-'tfa of each after mature f;t ;deration,t bat afhid nrr>f><<>i&e a |Keific I when be w** oadrr its iaflatace rhe inc uase.Tbeoe W i N W j See1.I 1114.ti&Bsw.nartirairse. 1
New Smyrna >e da by 5 p m. month arrive at K" West ;n seito day. anode of ronvejanee of M hiri a crane as I I I are the IUD;-*. tateaMHit of the tarts ef rJsca 'I ': '. Court

. r' Leave New Sny;iw e-ery tfTed&eaday at 6 a in,arrive Pniiosiis to terminate tha malts at Cedar -.\'fi in.ahead horse reach tnDflt'rtahoB i i. 10 be preferred to The I >e, tad I fed it aar dory '0 n:a*tiMae tae*kasiiiafa Lee So. 3. tine St 21. T 7,I 4, X Jt E, SI aesea. : a t "t."C
."' -l at Mellonvilie;san day by 5 p m. fif St. Aomttiae will be (. Lfcj 'ar bid. The exf*>rie re pf tbp-JeparTa enables the jsahlir. fat the vWif of thone .. anti y be 2, .a:. T4,It 4, N k E. :ri # TJ.bca tea aest OssstMssKk. 2 s5.sitt i 3ka

-.1; 3Si+. From Ne\rnansTille to New Hirer 22 miles ; ProfMior tMpplyicz the fallow: ;o2ke*in it to its down the foilnwiaz rai*., riz: ii a ted ia life ate: sVelgg afaS cearirtiea i 'a .ft9T'Soa-e..N.E.-. I. ]Ills.. Sit ?asazi jet*
.% and hack once a wWk. Florida, at a sent to N; traced, and .n4.ct to thecowttw When the mal on the note i* not 99 large as to care has bieee'i ecTeetesl raid, irea the efict ef this ** S, ** .-.11-6 S.&. l ese X W. iJVuiisiirf asjc Asses fc rrtm iaf

:" Leave Newnt stiUe every Wednesday at 1 p m,ax.r >n of heiB; limited ta the nett proceeds ef tie require two-ftor** roach eaBrey&ne a star bid, it iavahtaate aced use.. s r 1* r r. T J.Jt. J E. i i1J liieviapotiices t CTKJT. fader asf ist

. rice at NVv Ei,er fame day by p m. o&ce. are invited : the lewe*r. will be prefered to the specific aid. HANNAH W BECK, 32 fit* sC II 'IIC.. the heed d i L-a1ile.a.ta .- j r the Msy.ifisasKsaea :'" 'here -:: e last GIIItI. ..
= .' a Leave New Kir* every K Wednesday at 5 a m, ar- China Hill frost Qvincr, 12 tails asd back,once 22. When The mails are of sort iz#and weebt a* Csrf.., M. 3**t.e. Oefaanr 13. 1>K.-Tana aaroaaliy af Gcr. Iftas rr.owaer Best kavnuSMITH i r ,wiati sa:. :* air 'net tilettr.d u se-

1 live at NewnnTiIie came day by 12 m. a week. to reader it necessary or expedient, hi iyfrre jr* to aptwajrad The stove niter Haenah W_ Beck. STM53 S. jss tf st th* iisssi.niiiinil j asxxes Baca.iis'rnilhe
3510. From NewBtn:nll by Santa Fe, and Fort Reform, frO Quincy, 10 nSes and back, once awe them alone, to provide tw
t. Fanaikr i to Cedar JKe-*, lib tales and back once *lr. the ffKQ&e bid thoorh the bicbest, will -* pntferrH her abscs bed and statevaeais thereta ecsataaawi. 3.15e6 2t) IIrni1al OjCS.ie :.0. pcsr.m..aIi dI.
,. wt'e'I" '. Troy. from ColWrnbef. 35 qty and back care a to the tat bid, to the aKt *f a moderate difter are Betftre c e.

Leave N t'ma , arrive at Cedr KH _est day bv 7 p m. Mil. from St. :Hilary' 31} miles and not arch w t' imerftr with the jxJiry of the new Far farther .. and maelasire a* deice ef J rxwth* Vr4a4e, sfcaft stese1 ov teal ae-I.I f Jas i 1.

Leave Cedar Kr4 every Friday at 6 a m, arri e at I back ante a \'. law which looks to a ndwetMB is tike mat of TaaipcrtHioTi. its superior ralae aDd eJbjcacy, see paaapfckts. -i L' to.ri a.d s.csdaatt,a. true Jitise d PMI J:w'i. M. WLST, I- ?

Newnaayrille wxl flay by"p m. Form of a bid where aa d acre from advertisement Esret>ti 351 J. From Neaaamlle by Feat Clark, Wacahtatie. is contemplated by the bidder. where the star t led z> node by the present waer M I. Preamed and seed! i tIT ,. B. i. SANDS.. Drargtsfe i a dieehare a*deter of the eanee rf_ _

:l t and Mican'py, to Fort King, 64 miles and I (n we M the case may be,) [Here write the the stork no t>,r mote and it if manifest that she *, lei F tlwe street, cntner <4 :.X. Y. ,. W. Sre sU late af Mad Ct sdassaai.. i, SCHOOL BOOKS, 4c.
back once a weelL< name or names in full] of [here ride the reside&ce rr-jjatot for pre rrn y the specific hid ole Dot exi Z ia t So"aba by LEWIS* AMI.".Tailahm e.SMiTH JA3US G ADIS iMe.t
Leave Newnansf every iaeiay at Sam. 'or residences] hereby propose to carry the mail on his eajw. Ai C \TUS:Petasrceia. F. H. WHITI fit;. Msrfc*. emb.aa M? iL 131 TUIT ftIDI Pft"n. Sassera

arrive at Fort Kins;text day by S p m. No. from t. ac cites as the ackerti 2;. Oa mote of the birhasd tjasr'.ere fmrIwrve and by Otnucats eaaaraiir. tinasswat' the Castes J >rJB aiar z' .Lma Gras .ek
. : =f. Leave Fort K5 every Friday at 5 a n, arrive at -e8ie'at requires in the time stated IJ the schedules, coach or teasitinat trzotptrittitm ifby reairtl :5iIaIIM. PRINTS L'1 1 a.kGs s Laipj eGeeGsnnn.

i New-a nsville, w-xtlday by S p m. and hy the fotlowta; node of cotrejanee, ta wit: I the size and importance ff the and,the pte4senee ,- Pence :1 per .. Six SctW for 55.* 0. Latin.tssamr. Mrys t.aeaiaAsht..ie'a !acds'SII

\10 35J2- Frota Varahootie Emathla. Camp Irard.Hc [Here tate boys"it is to be coBve;'ed,) for tie aaBuiiatn fir tie Fperifie bid trill b*,if cenoen -arty*ra *> The Bvaiic am ratoeecfaiif me ei.ftisd tare SPRING STYLES .Aattissixtae..dd.d C. ,'vMdiedet'

;' ao:a-'s*, Anznsa{ and CLocohatie. to Fort D.le. of $ to a creater extent of diAerenre tha ee tit i&fcrioroo tnnaher that A a aadt" SWvafianila diet JSA been aeir

; & miles and back,bnce a w'. Dated. ch roles saojeet, lrCWW'." lie exeeptiems lied is caastaatir actseie' east rssaazfcaaie omrw af .JOuIc. dais
a Foam < 'M'I' Leave Wacab.|e every Thursday at 6 a tn.arrive aceoxapaay : above .-. xwrt -
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'- at Fort Dade next $Ulorc;v by 5 p m. "1M n! gned [here iBTt tbe name of tie 24. A fmdj&cifam oa'bid. in uses C jhf"f'ilPeliaJ friar iii saaaset: terser art aar Sdari" Sir aaoitJIa 44 CEDAR STs3E T, NEW Y C'-.n-9:" krttiesati.Jewegs 1. .

t %r Leave Fort Dadejevery Monday at 6 a xa, rive at uarantt and of bidder rna l8tt"names] paaracties that there iutrt terms u araaovnt t. a DeW had aid ccaaa b* recetrrd. ,aad tak ae her.Dictsafair ft;lezrr te csscm Dialers ai Dry Cm*, the *.* Vni1 ibenie leans.e+'s Qdasd E.itiS
:, next Wednesday by 5 p m. name cr ef btddWr, at tbe case so as to interfere with rervbr itiaa, 10 142.00 3yDEA1XK5
tWacaboori have DB' art i.iMhilim.. at 1KBte
t are aasw Stases: *hc Ranks,.te.
..;t.4 4 Alligator, by bat.. e Shoals to ; maybe,] d his (or their) bid for carrrinjj the mail after The lest how.et kr ncemar hafe. W4 xs.E EXCI.t:3l'Ym.Y frwtatf CM- At..so--c t
's, ]btwYs'Ssl lads
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dawn. FTTT,TIj fn>ir and back once a week : frcn to be accepted by the Poo .aster c. JOIL'at: t ; T wie 'f
.. ." to Leave .Allijrati(* .very Tht radar at 3 a xa,arrive at General sha',1 enter into an ofaltraiion prior to the Pstmedtr Grntni- ; a-J. .laly'e! w. P.7Bt"nr.Isacr .
I. Blasnl's Ferry Konr day by 6 p m first day of July :rxf with s''od and eat ciert sere poly Omcr Dry AKTatcrr. NCT. 23 JM6. CXDmrs E:v C j. sIa, a. acie. d .Epapl fZI
. ties to Tforai the -rrice ** :.rcwn t Caaas '
Leave Elounfs Ftrry-every Friday at 5 a ta, arrive p rroposed. December 2.1"41. 2 1. Me idse*, Pilat. Otis, COD.4 the -tr eenanek
Dated. Rasa".aos Oeba-etf.best frauds., .
r .sr at 3514.AlH ator From came Alligator day by,6 by p White ra. Springs,3t cptr. I INSTRUCTIONS. AT CHAMBERS ) I0tkt irikkt. Pfrfmntry, iu TSlaArrsnr 1Sbri1Y7ii New Springi&Ar Styles, heir Peer k,, 1.S m oft .

,t.: .. Benton Woodlind Cherry Lake. Clifton, and Ao- 1. Seven inmates are allowed lox opening a&d dos Tallahassee, Jamtry ti, 1447. S frr_ Lilt G81.AJ111y Of Prr&A lad* $btertm Jfrnfiettcre; G.W. p F.iets, Tdvst *, end Ja.w1r.Ik

; cllla,to MontieeUci miles and back onceweek.Leare sins 5 the mail.at ail offices where no particular timeis Toms \. Johano. ) Apotbecarfes' l:1ss Ware de. wW, JDrnONr TJae r owa! stAe3r,rs des I i2er}*., _4w -zaataca .i CM 3t 't2LnriIq'
their asMitaeat cf 'he s-nst Viaofe. and flF
x e saie isyd&raart P. 3. HAT
AlilzattT" Wednesday at 1 m. arrive } peci6ed ; hot t-n railroad and steaitooat -t-i t. _
f1 -ery p there is routes Drfftawraeriy res.oaapbresl Petitioe k D above constant:! cci badd,ant forit the tracdre at th* ay : tad arir?.tact horn parrlntwi IT. .54 l
be THE
Montirello next Friday byP m. to no more delay than is accessary. to deliver H f l
\r '. Leave Montiorllb even Saturday at 5 a m, arrive I j and receire the bai u Dflila Job;. r .t surkef pnces. Fit C ilL! 331T OEMF, i

: ; Alligator next Monday by 12 m. t 2. The mail is to be conveyed in preference to passencers. TN this tee,it i*ordered that sit bill -e. ad We hare mws>edVr late arrrrals ; adaizwaalttmher Are referred bY tie piece er package tIC lac MIU BResgss. HILL
3515. From Tallahassee. to St. Marks 22 miles and to their entire cad .ion. if its weictt J. that the same ke sf for final J" nnc et At fret pea d itw. ( ea.aeslsnkack are I tear at and tIt2 anzzl ntets. I ICstaitses

I, and back,three tick a week. i aad bulk! require it. day ttf the next April Coon for Lean COMor "I sepp with fbace.1t meet af the papviax EMaBcs.,.t cif Briers \(.crrrea d bate) ars feared 1 Iin '
Leave Tallahasee every Monday, Thursday and J 3. Post office blank, marl bars and the special thercaAer, dons the M he acne taoa fsnbV'r pzleat .e WM d be'i-i. t bI')
I ear a r.1 test the larn-t tad 3s *Pt Tuft IB i j
Satordar at 7 a iaanive at St. Marks same day b* i;er.T of the department on the exhibition} .f their heard: /V rirf. That thw order be p'sshed i ia the State. All ef whki we oftr at rise West eafcb I, Pmtaies n i t iwlres.1 the .f ,

10 a m. 1: I indent l.a.r to be con vej ed without farther cbanre,! one of the TaJi hir-r papers tar the space ef thins + ,. the oirkrt, tad be stall iQiii Bran T7-__ _. sa.n. HILIS$ slwilcs1erDeIiy J'.iiaIo'A
r Leave St. Manu Monday Thursday, and oo mail tines adinittire of fich mouths before said final beanne laac e sf da C atiaa.losdnc
> every coBTeyance. Jill! 25, :f461 LEWIS i AM 5.Gadsden 1 ere tier at pcrcrieL. { toad wbth
; : Saturday at 2 p m. arrive at Talliha&MK same days j 4 Mail aumtsare to be convey<-d without charge \ TfWM.VS B.\LTZELL. Jodgr. I A 2. hare pecaikfcr adrasltg fee eMmjager- Taastxz ax. Giber 4Tee fee t,.
by 5 p m. J I nn tV frificipal railroad and steamboat tins here A erne cop : Test : des Jar prints, which are rwerrf* fcLiciied. -4wrsp
? Dr C. H. !. &ace tacot3n
rl' 3 l. From Tallahassee by Newport and St. I| the ,L%; of the mils and the number of the of&oers i D McRAENW. Cirrk. I Circuit Court.Wav LEE 5c BREW ThtJL haw with saleInt3euesites'ff2tatl'
s. or
Mari i.to Shell romt.32 miser and back.three times t:: will 1 re-juire their enriovmrtit bv tk department:_ BT JOH-- R. -JCrir- v-. D.- C. 1. Bailey. Adrfr atehmuiMTV,
' a week tt* Newpcvt) and once a week the reridue.i I I.Dd in that n..-. a eepariie apartment for the assortinr I Jaa. ?y S 1"2 7m wrts the will anaesed. rf A. 5ei.Uiay tt CtJ.&r ply cf f'4oW Worm Z-essajw,but f br"Ed ='
andStorday and of the mail Jz=csr' 22, m?. 27 nlS I tinned eve sen'hetneaa rb
Leave Tallahaswefc every Tuesday, Thursday | salokeepinc ts to be provided by dec *e the contractor under tit direction tie 1_ 'r.\itTI\. I Ia C'.mnccv.. ''ten eiie.i tint a oaat l ,astoY' '
? ,at 7 a ln.'arrive at Newport same day by of depart- ti. For Sale.i tend ytee- a to lear t. narir enter'
2 p ra- ; mt'tl t" Ce i iltitll aDd Forsrardia Itfrfcut.10i Mary Bowies : '. of Joseph E.
Wednesday and 5. In all cases there is to be forfeiture FAJU'wtgax4aMSttv aBXL a f 37LEeentoot i i wig ise5 rcses tiar-wxr S.1IIf'
Newport Every Monday, a of the pay Ruec'd.; .. it- at.
P wdru ss rret. d a&sea CJ&aA Bcstve. It cveiaa rf lave eta til*! 9f mt en dt. E.h t'tEaq.mvne
Talla6.et of the when the trio is
Friday at 7 a m, artiste at same days by trip, not run; a forfeiture of to tie satisfactieo cf the Court br $
of Sot of Ssui.sUsr te tw.dJ d'
'r J9J
2 at least one-four o/it when the NEW-ORLEANS. LABITTING. nappeaifne eighths 5sa5r pine acres
p ra. ( put or ar.rtr -
i. ... _.-. .. l ic '.. Kchifwt tim In >_ running--r .._._,.. SELLING RECEIV1NG. AND FOB eed with the orlciial bill ia txa. cpesae3, weI ware vitk earrBmt swrraps.. ,sad, M Wdme are rtsrrthirtTost 7aeMe.
Sbt11 t'otnt same Oj by lu a m. with a dependicc mail; and a forfeiture a due proportion 'b, jLtt.nA-d to wttb promptness. case,Lit tLe said Mary Howies* xecatrix of loseaa ahrlabtedirfiEbeae ". .J 7 9isli m 31cl7sea+e$ Raid z tbM\tkticizMtfdl
Leave Shell Point every Saturday at I p xa,arriveat of it when a grade of service is rendered in- JtEJ'1a.1I TO R. Rowles.dec-i resides, beyond the iisaiz tf the I all tier th*ban aeai P"L tse spnitas.sl cmanft ..I iaeasaide, taadt itc
i fer-iortothat in tbe Jxo. W. \ State of Florida and m the State ef Sigh aja,OB rao- There seat the :1 Ibe i'' .." .e.nd z Dt.i .
Newport same dap by p ra. contract. These forfeitures may ': LATHAM BAaT tract **fpaaur stand i > [ tr tt /
' ; Proposals to extend the tri-weekly service to St. be increased into penalties of bieiier amount- A. BETTW-JCK. s. S. S'zrsy.Deccmbar bon rftb Solicits tat said tswrpiiiBfr Sitenbrtid, dPr rbes Fip fez;-aTacgsig :"sdy.riKta}_Lam Tam& .. :

Marks, will be ccns idered.tr i inc to the nature or frequency uf the failure and tie 5. 1546. 2') That the said Mary Eowln, Excrafrix as albresaid, Use bat jearpto&eed&car3S. 4O In beivaf few zn.cu-"t'. .
g W7. From Tan*bacte,by Lipona Marion Fort importance of tbe mail. da appear and answer the orieiaai hill sled in taiscaoae parp $. b c.trot! _. .P ams ;tieei

,'' Hamilton! ,Talofa. Madison C H.. Columbus Mineral fi. Fines will be imposed, unless the delinqnenpr 'f elf lee. and to skew cau*< why the same siioold cat bererived.'fcr _7e y mthr F ba.Etii..lt'ae.earieseti., A fitsaa araejTr Jwt receswi>r3f -
and Little Hirer 122 miles be Sll ; ,within fUll non h.from the data cf the "If zztT N" .
. Springs, ,Alligator, actorilyplaiDed ia due time, for tailing to months after date, I sbaj rrewrt accocnt tats t. W..C- .
sand back once a 'k.i take frum. or deliver at, a pout office the mail, or SIX voucher, and a ply to the Hon.ny Judge of paUIcatJoQ of this order or the same and the origittl .Iasaq'-L :35BfaaiaT' : F .1SC. alt 'Tht'
this
btll ia will he takea focus.tied r
Ln"eTalJah asssr>4 a s ors Sunday 9 a xa,arrive at any part oft; ; for S1J ri ;it.to be wet,injured,lost, Probate of Leon C Biity for letters of disnslMwn MAdraitiMtratnx cause ,.
destrrv d for it u IIIrl.1tr ftana..t a amgy.( this aides- [ s o. w.I-.'&a' .
; Alligator next day hjr 1 p m. r* ; conveying it in a place or manner on tLe estate of Granville SJ e-nrd, .Y8IrtC..1 T' :
Leave Alligator every Wednesday at 1 p m, arriveat that exposes it to deprodatioa..loss.r* injury; for re- late oi said County, Airea,ed. be pvbiished ia COM newjf pcr published ia .the BTftdM4 rtes pisissetaran6nif at lee rep a-ltwiI1 j r""J"'m Jeo"y .-

Tallahassee next faY by 6 p m. fusty after demand to convey a mail by any coach ELIZABETH! CLE.VEL.\-..Adm' 1. d e.Dutnct of Fkrid ace a a.as adt.btluistheCa.a tB+mt4aar.> !,- irydsatpexaarC.wT

>r a Proposals for twice, aim for three times a week railroad car,or steamboat, which the contractor regularly January 23.1W? yj Gm nviT Dated,1.toJr no&ta* eCeI ._die felt!:, 3..LIRI/JS/ Je.i1 J'i

sn ice, will be considered.Proposals runs on the route beyond the specified number Norenber S7.1S4S, ."JafjroBr,tae ,sari aatT.IBT 110'j specs.: tbIt:$tlieeal isle tavrig

to rut White Spring instead of Lit- of trip in the contract, and for not arriving at NATHANIEL HA\US, S. IiSli'SL'L3.Iadge1tsw.A dMntaf'tiil,eSbr.aasf +sastvtmte ntbatrmeter i .JeFza. a. II llCf'f:
' t i lie Hirer will b* considered. the time set; and for setting jap or running an express tree CGIpJ'. Attest fir tt..loCS; i

:nt S. Froa Tallahassee, by Miccosukee to Moaticello to transmit commercial intelligence to advance F&dor lad Cam> tistin fit L HAXBJS, C2tr\ Latn3es3Z7,31S: 3Itt. l, tavenal ptstaea(41; .fIsg fictresred by3.Far---1

,35 miles aodjback, twice a week. c Ube wail a penalty will be exacted equal to a quar qw-ORt.1\s. Dec be 12,1.it1. 21' C3mtltadditietd tkcilJ'olT"PwF- : ntfit. i aijjrtjJcZ

t Lave Tallahanwj even Tuesday and Friday at 6 ter's pay. CoL WK. .,JeSeraan Co.) Qt bA. "piaexieattiada3T'a'
a m. arrive at Moatibello same days by 4 p B. 7. The Fnsf master General may annul the contract J. Ttasrzu..Iaq..T..n.1., $arttaaescss ?iodic.. .' 1 A. FISHES swrarixC 3 ,

.4 Lave MonticeUs jererr Monday and Thursday at for repeated failures; for riolatinf the post o&e 1) Lane, Es.4ewpott. laoada after thus pablkadaa of thai art aadrtz : J. .Lena+Got rr. 8 .
Cam. arrive at Tallahassee nee days by 6 p m. laws; for disobeying the rastrnctioas-cf the depart- February 6. IS4TL 2sa SIX atppy tetheBeaanhVr. chasnt. Detx Sar21tS4& 33 60 a.1f sI. .

't 't' 3'I9. From Tal1 &UlH by MaaninKtoo,and Doacansrille. meat; for refusing to discharge a carrier whea re- Judge of Pnssata ferGadsdeaCcatnty,for letters ef3L .. '
J .Geo., to Ttao>aasvtiie, 31 mile sal back paired by the department; for assigniag the contra .. danideiist ar Adrst Or tn IJae 4lbteefSS. E81raf'T . h

i once a week. j without the consent of the Postmaster GcwraUcr after dater t ttball fiml s.:- iqi, R ti7 p ... I. .
prret ao _
Leave TallaxuaseejrrerT Thursday at 6 a a, arrive for setting up or running aa tzpns as aicresauL SiX. L. EDliOKCe.Bcy. Ab She Itk reamdau ,alw iatllwtiea3 f'f'. :
.
rvachen U he Hem.Jeig eof Prcbateiaxad ..:. .I... ,. .
at Thomasr same'day by 7 pm. S. The Postmaster Ge may eltee the coattci. lac the Caa.Iy.K Jefinaa, and for a .December .& 3V aTTTE he. -
Lea. ThosaasrilU nary Wednesday at 6 a D, arrive and alter theschcdsJe, h. aOasraaft;'a""nb. discharge AdtniaMtradrix rf the tate William apylr .ia1.-etti.tea'eeerestrdmdasdct ys
44t Tallahassee same day T p m. crease of oompensatioe.within the icstrictMee an- :. 4 Itia srtttislDro .r .
H. lat of atid C4I'&DtJ.deceaaoL lie last A.niTaIsIDa XewY
A; 3530. FrocaTallahassee, by Saleabri h and Q ei et.T posed by law,for the additkBal permit raqoind.>r Sokfc. ELIZABETH X. 9i1TS.JeJas By .1IIrCa ... i ; '

t to Bainbridge Gs, 4S miles and back three time a fox the >ncJased deuced, if the exaplojxaeat of aMitiomJ October bays reeeartd a very wanier att4ed ., .. !i;: ....Hl. .,"0. .
Coaat7 31,1546. 1$ 6Qf.tT1S'rAR"S .
*
week. ? t tusk fII'C2n1fft it r tseoeaa..Y;;1aat.the VY FitwA i BUdrOds Y $ .- cc.At II :

Lave Taltabaatei! every Tuesday,Thursday and contractor may.la sact cue &B4au&tit eastnd, BALSAM OF WILD QIEHST. for Superior SrJ3e 01 W ;j. "' '_"t' J ;; .

Suda,.at 8 a m. arrive at Baiabridre same daft by i on timely sauce, if ha preCo jtteffcsxs aago,- Y'. ante by LEWIS Jt A1EBSLFebroary J ; f t

9 pm. I The Postmaster General) nay ual Hie omhact or SS?.1S4T. 31.w Bade Greea Frenck, -.m:: fR.JiC : _t, IV"' ,, '.."fr } / .,
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Leare Bainbridge Wery Sunday, Wednesday and: curtail the service and|af.wbnt.fee wishes to dispense Oittya JlI'OtI'af\ q -: -
Friday at I a tn. at Tallahassee saxse v_ I I with the ice ia rxwiU err of -- .afa e
T amte data .e impart, place w. c. D.ILW.Jll! -II-B' ex: .. ,, .. ';...: 't f '
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ra. a bia he or di&reat gtada d eBifiat '
sssmo route
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aemi aq .. d
Proposals for weskit ce wall be consid3521. he allowing one mMJtk."atra pay'oa IM ax&cBBtdispensed ; ; ... ..'
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From Mo ttipdl t by CrooTerriII, Ca., to 9. The piymetUfs stall he .> '"iSBoajfr trails oa attend ills dii .tiL, ;. ." .. ".,.J. .. .
: Tbomajrille, 31 aileji and back once week. j post offices or othenrbe.after the ecpiratioa of each % 113, iirtlu:atii ir

Leave Mootkella eprrj Wednesday at 6 can,arriver ruartert AT ia Febnarj,May;.Aagturf,ad Kot em-' Eastern Circaif,"'' ,.'j.. r :r' 4-t" ,1'f' ''. .JI '.. ..i.,,.
Thftmasrilic sane&J by 5 p m. her I K1M. 1rT '2f. <- >?- :

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only abstain from commingling them Fact T.
pleaurcs-but Prophecy.Our .
AUT1IUHITY.s ; : and rancheros.A .-
11V For Ihe with Mexican soldiers
Floritlian.Mcstrs. ing
TilE FLOllIDlTN. Saltilla too much with politics. We will not disturb that readers will recollect the predictions
hard battle was commenced near at'
F the I'niifd Stales passil nl the scondvrrsion Editors :-It is not a little strang between Gen. Taylor, with 5000 men, and fancy of his which assigns the position" of the by the whig press previous to the repeal cf the) tT

t of the T\fnty-niah) Congress. to Denrieralic road the eulogies lately pronounced by many 'LET U ALONK. Santa Anna, with a force of upwards of 20,- whigs to the "positive" end of the pole and that of of 1S42, as to the consequences which woold r J,

z presses on the speech of Mr. C.ihotiii the democrats generally lo the negative," while from it. From Maine to Loui,ianath
had artillery.
wjn
The Mexicans no j
000 men.
b fPtnic.-No. 0. on the sul ect of the existing war with Mr. Calhoun stands with the latter, but with one member,one universal whig went '
; J JAT SATl'RDVY, MAKCII 2O, 1817. Tailor had 18 pieces of light artillery. Gen. cry P againitii,

ACT t. e-Me-nd( Up time for tilling the )bm'.j Mexico, aid tn-in* especially to witness their lot it U said about 2000 men, and foot advanced towards the former. Tis a brilliant measure as sure to bring in its train a state tf .

granted to the Kentucky A$> lajx lor teaching the leaJy an-l uiupilinVd ac ]uie crnce in the SItiiiHMiU Appointments by the President. the Taylor Mexicans, about 4000., Taylor had taken idea, but we will spare our nerves the shock of approaching fuimr. in the business world unequalled in tbt V'
and Juml '
d?af which it conUin*. It is |>ronounce( Since the adjournment of ConjjreMs. the following nearer it. However, .4 as touching cf and
tory our especially
miles from country
and about three any ; wer the ,
; fit it niactfil by the frnzle llweof Jlepreuntatirtt position at a mill-pond, n
.43.ttt 1 vfthe I'liitiH Stuffs uf.lmerira in CVwnutaiiciitl an able, eeitt, and tnonstratite argument, appointments, ainon;* othi rs, have been make bj the Sallilio. Gen. Marshall had left Monterey the position of the Floridian" on one side of the dictions made in regard to the manufacturing Jntest.

d41 >lcd, That the Hut her lime of live >ear undone which cniKiii iity] defines the proper Pri si.lent-jll from our own State : with provisions and two 18-pounders, guarded dividing stream" of democracy, we have a word or Factories were to be suspended on r ti

troui ai allcr the expiration of that lime heretofore courso to b- pursued in bringing ah..ut a rpcee! II. C.: V. CL\RKEO! he Captain of Infantry. to
Gen. Taylor. The two to say. discharged--capital was languish becau
% by a escort, to join f ti
; allowe-d, be, and the s1ri. ii liinballowed an.lfrmitUd vltle'iiu-nt of the existing difficulties; lu-lwre strong
IlonrnrS. llAitvutn, Kiist Lieut Infantry. think Santa Anna struck minds that removal inducement to invest it, A
about First it has
:1 the trntc4 i of the Centre College Mexicans Camargo though, always our eatalone rf
the
: who al trustees of the twi> countries.! Sii s. with (lime dfli'renclo r.DW\Ri> J. Du.MMETr, Second Lient. of Infantry.I"tAC Col. of the Sentinel have a some of these prophetic warnings will be
; Kentucky, ?re | Kentucky the cjndor and nf ( 'V.'friend has been badly whipped. Morgan the whig, and among the rest the fcsmad v.
''i.ri \syluiA iV.r t.-aha.; the th.d' ant dum!>, to sell thliudnhcrclt.Iore ) honcsly Mr. HITL.SF, Second Lieutenant of Infantry. Ohio Volunteers, stationed at Serralvo with a very happy knack of shifting their views to suit all nexed. In short, so vehement and universal
't I in'ivt confess that 1 think his >ch though wi,
) cranteil b&t l anJ coulirim. ,
asjlum. sjHM
r4 force has been attacked and his force will out that democrats this cry from the cppcsition, that the Issue
Late and Important from Mexico-Hat tics- Gen. strong contingencies. One day they cry tt
by l
la aij taisttfs fur the '!* of said a tlum acts < elelivervil in nu afFected spirit of iinr llecte<

I IxKsTre-! heretofore p-i-4: 1'roe'nlcd, That the ino.Iesfva S couched in.'rc i in dictatorial tern Taylor-Doubtful Xews.Ve cut up all along the line of observation as far are leagued indissolubly together for the sake offered and triumphantly proclaimed was aceenM

f this act ihall not extend to any landiberflofarc Mier. Another is, that Morgan was will discourse by the democracy of the country, and left
-. & provision-> >iiin in ro'K'Iiisivir and s-ili frtnrv a rtmmnermt publish the following extracts from our cx- as report of the spoils, and another day they to tin, _
.:M rrantcd, IMPS in tin* SJalc ol Arkaiwas. slightly wounded and has retreated. Several about the impossibility of a remaining decide. A tow months only, it is true, have
L JOHN \V. DAVIS, tor the plan whirh h<* ;proposes. 15ut let'sin "e i-hancje piper; The first U from the Picatur.e of learnedly party elapjM!

I Sixakcr of the J HOIHC of U-preM-ntatiie* l In* first pi.ire he prop-iv. I J-i siist. iid th the Sth March The Ia-t accounts cf the battle between of our trains and many mules with stiller'sgooJ : united which is composed of such heterogeneous since the repeal of the tariff, but we may ntK

Io. G. M. DALLS, plan ejf'oni-iisite1; war, anto! act on tht d.-P.-r O en Tat lor and Ninta Anna at Sjltillo, weiul have been captured by the- Mexicans. ingredient- One day democrats have no principles, from this short experience aa earnest ofthe htm,

*1 rr ideat of the Senate. M\-4', bvi'stab.ishing a rhain of military pos's, : in the Macon .Iesurirshmjchi appends the M- Urrea is on his way to Matamoros, with 1000 another day their principles are no opposite that they What, then, has been the result, and how stand ti,

p AtFov1) Ftrruirj 1'% is 17.JAMES K. ['OLK.Pt:3'LtcNe. *ojiii"iifingtat! M.itr.m-tnK.l from thence to I ho liming: cat airy." mint necessarily separate. One day they have no federal predictions in regard to the matter > IJIT

pis of tin* I 1K-1 l Norte, nnJ from I hit jxtint ilnclly "Tli- NVwOil.-un 1itl.tn hrMMlmTi'iiM.t.Vrn : .' The .V\famoros Flag of March 8th, gives principles-another day their principles are disorganizing they been verified ? They new boast that they fort.aw .

[ !- -] \vr t in the head i.f time (iidf of C.di. ;a ctnre! i oitd&.nt ajqirnYd to the above M.ttetnent us I lie following nddi'ional! particulars : and dangerous. One day they are ruled by the storm that would burst upon no ia the .

AN ACT miking appropriation* for the payment of forni.1 ; ad in the second place, he acknoxvdgis : ( eri. 'I'avimr! while at Arena Xeuva, 22 caucuses, another day they follow too readily every nexationof Texas, and warned the country efif.
n4 olhcr '(11OTH i of th-3 UnitedSt Tl. r-irio'H r"rn'fr.ri li arias, tt rifil'- ml'-s! from Sallilio! with ,>000() men was attacked but how
ren1itioory a | : consequence, stand their
thit the which that lint \totili And thus do whig charges
territory tor.t :nd Goi T >tl hr ltlltit ba<-U. trn ou" l.ua- whim of the masses. go warning a |to tU

thousainl tes for eight the year Itundr-1 eA lii,att; the forty-eight.thirtieth June, one incu.rt! is tvor-e lli.in! IZHOSS! lo the Mexicaimvrtuii'Mil 'i'i.j.. If i< ur t""- n has benu rut If, but \>e- ; : on the 22d ult., ly a Mexican force of on agtin u-, shifting from one point to another, modification cf the revenue system ni the ccuntrj

4. ( for ii 't-jid f of 2.nui't l that notiiiiki; i- certain.Ve .*"' I ir(titut l(!() men. Finding that he could not maintain intent Let in brielly inquire and as briefly
and and
Ilouie
lie it tnacM l-y lie Semite cf Hrpretentatiret ; > Iwing a source without guide or compass, only upon answer. Am

,' ,l of the I'lriffJ Mates ef .'Itiirrica in ConKrctt national wealth or power, it iias been, eve \ d' n1)t cry r.ineh if there! l.js !>fcn any such his poiition, he. made good his retreat to fault-finding. We fear that the Sentinel is too much first-have factories ceased or tuspcnded..L555 ?

a srm!>!eJ, That ihe! tolK--tngsum4bvand the finci? its settlement, :ii: e\pnsa to time Central !attle. The |TvcI-JMjJi n cf Ut-n. Santa: Anna, ;mIcr &iliili! >, covering his wagon train. Here a governed by this spirit. From being an unbroken gcs been reduced cooperatives discharged? No

sains ere hcrrbt appropriated; out ol any money in djt<* Jan'iirt 2'Jh, and the other accciints of the seven engagement look place in the streets, challcnse instance. ?
the Treasury not >therisf appropriated the j>aji.ient Governii: :it. Ifich is the case, what think band of spoilsmen, it now holds up our party as devoid an Have these establishment!

; v( jieisn ni for the \.e ir t-.idin the thirtieth jug mniuth i is lhcn that van not easily pcrceiv destitution of lh.- Mexicanrrny, !e>sd in to belietc, in \\hiYh the Mexicans rnffcred a heavy loss. of every element of union and harmony. It increased in number, as well at enlarged their fielj

Jane e'ff thousand eight hundntl and forty-eight : that such acoursi* would give Mexico the lim lust the rep .t i is bu a new r&tion of the minor fl.nt Afier de tioing what of the public stores ho laughs over the divisions of the harmonious oe- operations > Yes-in spite of n hig croakings A

For retolutionarj pe-nsions nneU-r tie Art ef thtrighteont'.i and opportunity; to lecture lo'r already e.h.t.eI \. week, not confutation. Ti,, d. .
'! of March tliou l eirlit hundred until! ho reached the a.oa.
V. and e-igl.'lcen.sivU-jL-vcn i one tlious.iiui ati IvsoJ.tinJreil> ; dv,l- ri'o'in-i--. nndtit'ld add fresh hopes, ras, March *>lh, evnm-t p,>* iMt be c--nccf. tt'e have movement on Monterey the party. ishing degree they hate increased their buaipinicmakeri.

I. : give; new lin iln j frau the Kineonid.i Pass, where he was again attacked -
Lar4. "s.
,4t h-r i in nrl \Ve- t. of .1 Courier on his v a.t from Mi-vJr.. to \V. sliiiton l li4 *iicce*..<>!idlv defended! himself. Here We do not pretend to concralti.at n.* I' hlastbef.mrmningmntcrest of tie'land
:; For injli rx asiu. f uiul- variom AcU, cne IiunI'ut :ifs oi 'XT eu fei.-. uiul p'rict: ; .. .. "... ,... i ... ... -. v.sec it, and lament
all tin: ..... .10, unu iv.iois I<.M C t. -- -- -- that interest which should
,lted ars itt-r (tItb..I ..1.tI&ti''Ui' ail allitirtlc- that $!.< o .jil.l Loj sip a Ii rdor. -the partirnlars (>f iiimi* inn r.ot kmwn it. Hut if the5H-ntin docs, that the great always be witched
thought as
and he would bo safe but we
|' -iik.i i \\iJow3and orphan, umer th warith 4).e l L'nitivJ States throughout the ex but Vlieved! ti> In* siu-h H ss-il'!| v ire an !ionor.iMettl (Once in: Monterey, over and lotUred with a jealous care-has thU
1i Act of the fourth of July, one thomarid ciz14t Iiun.Irel his ability to accomplish this much was altogether only place where the'dcmocrats join hands is over
I of aii eKfl.ciilfio:: : interest been sacrificed
I't rjjf! two ? var vich! ? iiet mr vrj yitredllt.V or jeopardized ? Consult tho
and t1irt.-ii, two Luj tboQSaid dollars.Fer ti-unii! In' of cti) )irotivfly little ovp"n'f* to i\e < nr reader a'1! tin.- iuil..inatiuii ne jx-svss 'lie} problematical, as prices current of the country, and fin.l an answer ia
| chuckles We
: ? which
.41 in direct ion. A merchant inCamargo those distractions it over. presume
:- jvn .on to vi4)t-f1 i ui d<>r lie Act of tlio eteatli I h'*r.-"lu awl! o'ii* uhioh wonM <*eist tlu1 I. titietSrat.t will draw their own coi<.l 1ooion. warming every the increased demand ar.d price i.f preface cf
aJ thirtt under date of 25th ult. writes to of course, that it refers to the levJtn when it emery
'lI- of July tho-slml -idit |IiniItd ? ,
one e millions of
at litivo4! ca'cul.iti! t<-i: description-from cotton down. This is an interest
"- an-i the : Ui.-rU, two liaaJrvd his frietid in this "Thre todaj speaks so severely of our party. It certainly cannot
: ActssappleniJtitjry place : -
eight I J. !!.srs ati'iui'It.; i -i;, of v.mnrniratiu'hy; lit (/Yvut /;*, .V. O. i'-.'yen", .IJ'aeh expresses which thrives, rapidly thrives.in proportion to the
jjJ. aad tiiMe-nty thous uJ eluiidis. from '.!nnter.-fighmting in Saltillo! -Marin include time ma s of totcrs who plact-these flesh-pot
-
,* 1'or pensions to w i iibt*, uadi-r Ih Act of t5 o tl.i: d tl,. p'i t-i \I>' ;io.t. I li'raus ?lso wo-ild noJM THE LATEST I'KOM MEXICO. removal cf commercial restrictions. It u anintereit
in Mexican <> e Mon-large train of wag men in -that would be too bud. Then, it'
iI.I_ of Much, oie; thousand ei. 'it hundred and fort'1 c.Mnji"!'t'l! (as 'vt' sh-Jiii'I) 1., kct'p a .sMul; New overtures Iion I lie United States to Mexic" p power of all others which advances most prosperously when
thouo-i dMJars.J 'n<, 12:;, and ISO private imiiietutkemmIc.- our divisions are only among the robber part r f our
Ihree fittt-six ing army O'-'anily in tno li"l 1, but; Wutj'd, in ...Matrb of Si.i-i Anna ia alone. Rut how stand the currency, exchange
ion vidt ujJcr the Act of the s e vcutocnlh <>n Monterey *,
\>r pet to s Cullorh's tak-n----SOOO cavalry this party, we sec nothing which will alienate the people
of Jjieie IlioiisaitJ eight hun :4 idle \\\\n\ mountainand things in general turn- from the principles they have so often voted to carry
:i- frty.tcai. tour huiIr.d ant eiht hun n4dutl t j j.r'f*, nn'l ;i.-i'.on> (.1! our IffriSory.! at interval o! h.-- trflmjtXiV4hi) 1'iii.uices *' in a .more sound or healthy condition. Ex:
For luifat teruions la wiiVo\v and r- of live at lea-t ) -.! upside down. From another source we into practice. If ones .t of men has deceived (them
) { | j > on*. llir<*<*, or years or Mi change-s are low, and the money market by no mean
h' able tUroult tin Thin AuJitor'* thee, li>elli und -- i 'thtm onrtuni'v oiS-rrd; airl her naliomj learn that Col. Morgan had abandoned Cerralvo why, they will only take up another, but certainly
< us In brief the is _.
j five !rur lro\l dollars' ; After (In* .-:I74og: ) oi I'IP nnil fir lh<* Mast : detrotd all property he could! not take they will not take a st whoso principles are the deprtssed. country FnosrExocs
j .. iM a.I.-uit i.l! the up
teeeFar ex
r .urit : and that toour.der the of this
thoarr! operation
:. 1'c.r arrearages prior to July first, one \s.terdiv, we were, throaghi] thin couitc 'v of ajii'iuJ \\ilhliim that a courier linmIonterey repor'e.i of their The will rniocw
j.T; #. ciglit ba: irt- anJ itcci! ;>; \a'JIo| through! the Third i j>"nv. And who i> it ihon ran doubt t fv a I in ;! )- i' Son iiomhe ; very opposite own. consequence loco boo tariff of 15 10," as the federalists delight to
p.ico'l :; | e> nrjnpi r 1300 Mexicans between
at The
Camnrgo, be that will select democrats still. Sentinel -
Ao'1itor'* offic -, 2. ..IIbe it fnrlhrr emitted, Tliat froc an I I1S wboii tliey n-lh'ct upon tl-n tinyielding ob linacv rity of .Mr.xico, a tmitiiighu! Liter ll.anvo) the two places arid lint wfl)0() more were in imM admit this, or impugn the character of the gloriowwhigtaritlcf

,; after the pawsa of Ihi* Act, the Secrrtarj cl tt'aiii which hascharncteiized the Ca'tili-in orSjaais'i hail before scon. TIJI'.J ccuusi'tel (.f copies oiI" nighborhoiHl of \ ictomia.,1iiis people who hate so long voted to sustain the democratic lsl-2.
li reby auh'iriiJ! lo tnake such cuni}>en ation to KepuMicain i4! thw I Iii,, lUtli ansi loMi i.f Thus much as to the effect the new tariff has kid
much we cull from the miss of
; t fr. unto a'tnnit! inniemoritl reports. faith. They will discard the spoil-men, but
.g a;enti fir pai, m, pension* as tin.;, be ju>l aid re.seuni'jle : nee .a < : I'cliru try. \V i' 'eto! an examination ud' upon those ir.tcrest which are aficted by the tariff
4.. tu be |i-uut 61 tlie: I'ua J ni;>ropriatt; d I J< rtbe and! v. hie!) the honorable Seiintor IMS ac- pn-c put in otiice purer (democrat So let it be, and let The
policy. practical working cf the
their CMiitents.I5y nut .. democratic
Journal Ourselves.Vir
payment of rctolutiuuary iii'u. rt in tt'n !iw-jed} ; is still! iiiLiMC'it in the Mexican The the Sentinel derive w-hat consolation it can from the
dubur-t d{ i iLythcm I de jaJrli Iei. ihe imnil.int of Yc- measure has fully sustained the expectation of its
: -t ease lo cxcev-d %TI JH.T coitun on nonet ....tc a i i : ( nei Tibors of the Jotnnat, who dissent from
: -' ; the tuiti c i jHato'i In IKin lull for it! I ra Cruz, di1.-! i Ithi: Fthuimi try, \vt l I'virn that change. friends, and as fully eli provcd the prophecies of hs

41' their ser ice*, and any cunt:ii e.it e-xj cnscs that M >t I In truelijg oii mr. C'f. argiirni-ut we sect on that day S"nor I). Aloj.tu-Iro .h.se AtorhaI u* in regard to Mr. Cali! <>tm'die3 of the war, and It is idle an-l unmeaning," says the Sentinel, opponents. But there remains one either question

. : '; aii.a ia the diMharto ot Iheir olficni dutiot, buo!t. -. that h. lias ahu'is. cow lo the conc'i: ion ih'.t his iKiaitioii on that question, c\pre th m elves at
the side of the administration
; I'roci'UJ Tfidt liuue.1 I l at \ era Cruz under a flag of truce from that we should be on to be asked awl answered before our trinmrh can be
: t pritia. atJ station1erecpLd; : we e.innotutK J. the am vj it of cLinpen.LtiohI allow ed to any one prn- ( | the Aaiican; s:jn.idroii.! xvIlhiloHpalch"! ? from party, and yet not opposed to Mr. Cilhovn. The complete. That quest ion i-*-How has it worked u
I could! be timaJes tin < hahc! amount rnnch r.gtt that Mr. C. entertain- theicj lcdo.
we *
;
: ;- : *ion azeat fr'ull tint c\ced . i pi I the (iuvcrnni'Mit ..4'the I I'uitcd States, which I reason it gives is, that the latter is in utter opposition to revenue-has it equalled, In this respect, the tariff -
.IxJ Tliat the Secret.trof i \\lm-li it would cost our government at about ..-*, a* that he should have expressed thorn irhtn
annum: jtrwidrd J'irlltrt > fie \v.u rhir 'd to deliver in person to the ( to the administraticn on the subject of the war. of 1> J2? Let facts be the answer. Our whig
.
.j War shall eo r&u1atc tae remittances inaJc t<- one h'.Kie'rcei and l<,rty millions of elolla.s ; and he ilid." They ar 'ie that this sterns inconstant
that dj difference
t We free to confess we not see why a
Mexican <
Tijiucit. tjcnor Atorhavustu: are friends cannot object to a comparison in the

! pceci a ajj nts a< to prcjcnt an u.idtic accumuatioi. in his remarksiiws! the efiert lich it would witli our > Mtal of his coui-e on tie! Oregon operation
aj
j j'
jues-
1 Lilaooes in their Lai. leave the Bailie eeuiiiig (i.r J'u' rapital, :iccoinpaiihil on this subject should make one as uijht"and ) : cf the two mea arcs. We have this comparison
i !, uen our s.leen of reuvi'ic, and akogplheri lion, aii rest sjtiic.l! with that argument as an answtr "
JOHN W. DAVIS. l by l.iciif. (|ii7. .%lank, an Aid of'Jen. the other as darkness, with reference lo the at hand. It demonstrates mathematically that the
-t : t the I Jlotise cf fn-sentatitt i a hideous and elepMrable ;picture of the tu oar objection tohncours-e. It isasiilTicioiitrenH
; :1ieikr ( 'Morale [( ;t'n. J/i 'gruh.i's not appear democratic party. War, or no war, has nothing to whig opposition to the measure on the ground that
C. M. DALLAS ''Condition in which our country would beI tn tin to that, .a far as we are concerned,
4 Picsiucut of the Senile. to: !liave \i'1 :-"mam"ii, t tljn ronirnnti'I at Vora sjj do with the essential doctrines of eleraocracy. It is the amount cf revenue it wooL IroIucewould not
I thrown, on aeconnt of the increase the bttweeti the is
broken
necessary analozy two cases off at
Ciu/.J Then- tin fine given in the paper not the test question. Favor or opposition to it be adequate to the ordinary expenditures of the government
!le,1 f taxaiton or levenue eluties which would] ihe oint when the most necdj it.Ifweaproscd .
very > argument -
t : : JAMES K. TOLK to the tenor of the<' de { ilchcs, silo that j makes no man either a democrat or whig. We may was not conceived in a just apprehension
.- flilow! *ue.-h aa expenditure: of our resources. of Mr. C'sact in expressing his tiews
; .t they are new propoMtions fur peace. be opposed to Mr. Calhoun on this question and are of the measure, but was induced by a blind and implicit
(Pcsup- II.] j I must he re F.Ithat Mich .1:1: argument in the the
r" on Oregon question irhen he did, it was because
A letter is in ill him but do not this -
piiMNhrd KepnMicano, aniouiciuj opposed to we see why opposition reliance the representations ofinterwted
AN ACT to regulate the crriazo cf i ii (' ent crisis of our national atfiirs, is in upon
.k passengers pre my we thoneht those views rii/I, and worthy of adoption
that Santa Ann toolv his the of darkness and
called
should be
i departure opposition
that
_ merchantSeit essefi. I partisans. No one pretends a high tariff benefits
the and the tuTj.jert .
tri4 opinion nnworlhv s .ite man
and in of the of his
tnaeltitby l'ie &(nale and Ifa'tre cf 7'frttihtatiret *- itini San Ijiiisc.n the'Jd l'ehruiar lii desination ; disapproving expression[ light, when we remember that, as democrats, we no one-but the objection ii that it benefits to9ftir.
of v hi<:h ho spe.tks.: I HP must recollect \icw-tof the war at the time I hey were given, do
vf the L'tiilcd Statet vf .immra tnCation < is s.iid to he MonLeretowards which we agree with him on the tar iff,the bank, the fub-trca- A policy which considers one interestas much
' 'u& ft tiyrtittjlr, 1'liii tf the Inastcr ot %ny v>-<- lh.t that spirit of piiJe, (philantrophy, and olnt the main of his had it became we think those views trroni*, and ought all other
> and
{ internal
holy questions
army already sury, improvements entitled to favor as another,is certainly the true
ii. Aliolc I .iisrn which .!. one.
Stlov\iud of
.t < r iri! pail by a citi/.cn I lie enlighteiH'd p-ilii so --iry purichasctl not to be adopted. Therefore, as much as \ve regret -
moved. The
of following i is given as the nnni- of importance, which divide the two parties cf the In this the tariff of 1< h J forth.It .
,- UniteJ States of Ame-rict, 'r Sy a citizen any fi-| tb* his'm! ties c.f our c'luntry, and which his views are what he them to be spirit was brought -
.;I' J ei;n ev'intry shall Like on board ucli tesse-1 at amlorei has so gh.iie.Hisly! and tiiuniph.in'ly' carried us her of troops under his command, with the announces country. Error on one point does not carry error into lessened tho duties upon some tlii a, J perhaps

' ; n 1)01 it or place a 51 catc-r number of pas-wnr* j ( Britain hies of their departure from the city of San we regret still more that he should announce them all the opinions of a man. While, therefore, we increased them on others. The main object
whim Ircat
ihroti h J
: : than in the following ; nupoitioa to the pace oc u- a secoji .strugirle : L.'iis; : at a tine when their effect in Mexico may embar- object to MrCalhoun's views and course as to the
them 'i for their and enligh'rnrel nnd powcnul still was to render it as uniform 33 possible. Minimums
piedt y an aj-jTopriitttl u ua- a tivnv energy ras I the policy which we believe to be right. Viewing
, 3 other not the 'Jj-t of the Tfth>j>i wYirh l are itccntly marthtil for war, we repeat that we see not in this alone any reason and and the prohibitory
; : occupied by otore. or CO.H; being JH r- j !hums \\unn iu the breasts of thousands ; arid the matter as 1r. C. does, that his views specifics were repudiated,
are correct
:- eisl 1IILe of such ; tsseii;cr that is lojat nn that tin pecuniary considerations no fear of .Monltrey.ranuiry why the democratic party should array itself discriminations in favor of New England brought

!L thC lower deck cr platf Tni ore ;passtss fr, for exert UO- Tho Sippers and Artilleii we see nothing to rfnswr; but > iewin it sswedo in opposition to him." We have no doubt it would down to standard. And hence the
-
;, 4 ftftuiecn clear suj>tricial feet .!1 deck, it., uclie >i-l j butthvnsoino taxalioii, will far one* nnnient 't with 1J! guns of heaxy calibre, C.jOJanu.iry ; in the opposite litit, we do see much to regret.l.'rsidi3 a revenue predictions

4L u not to pa i within thu tu i>uiiuigruch vova,. <- : allow! them i-i any dgrep to sacrifice our national JI! I 1. :{ I, 1 tIm, .>th, 10th and we mi.'ht reply! to this argument after gratify the Sentinel to see our party arrayed against ef ruin. They emanated from the representatives
but if eurh ve--l ,* vtithui i tho J ._ him, for that would weaken opposition( to whiggcry; cf districts and urged
liz > j .ss t&.pc >i: ', honor, or to jivM one piincipe! of right llth IJf inieuls of the Line, and I stand Mr. LVihoun own t\le of reasoni !the correctness manufacturing were
i-i; sjch oy4e, th"n one a- Luf for etery twc-mt or justice uhic'i Jlexico as'imtiv"ly claims ng. and this probably is a very good reason why that paper with such plausible assurances, that the whole whig
S suiJi clear s-iiKrticial ftOt ot diet,, the orlop deck < itsy 8.1 I.izlt troops 0'JIOunuary.Tl of which it would not be becoming incur neighbors
should in to that opposition to his
and i iar?* attciiipting to elofl-nd.! And step assure us party soon began to echo the forebodings of Massachusetts. -
4 ) one anger for Lte-iy thirty such tupcri il | g-uiiy I jib! I J.; ht Troops, mlscdof ti fj'iw-lion. lie once had occasion to vindicate his
views is total to the Its labors
14tt: fv-ct in all cases, with r.itcnt to brinj; t'ici pat-eiu-r:. il is my ul.-hitaeraia' opi.iion that a very large ;anta Amu, 1-t Active Ct'lri3".i, "'irs3 from the cliar.A of iacq-msitene-inconsis. war opposition man. These muttering are now part cf the his

tal'.ie Uniletl Stjte.( of America, and shall Katt ] mijority: ; of our citizensouil.l be \\illing (if are vain. The wish which begets the thought in its tory cf the past, and the present and future will elecide -
do.! of(Ji:: '!, ira. il!,'. of I.n 'is, do. ofQuerctaro ti-ncy no- like ours, ii holding different opinions in
I4-I a tcli ii.n-tor ('lice itli Uie 'mear.d bi ine the SIT; c, i irrauy it !b-jca,u noc'-'sary) Ij pay a elircrt tax for d uI Mexico 0'JOOTr.tal columns has no place in our bosorfls. We are of the as to their truthfulness. FIT the present, we
num'-K-r (l.t-rtt.t.iithin the juiisdictionot: i! | > regard to liirilrrnt measureshut in hilling different
: 9ztttf.tt.jid Mimbrr of the n''xt r'T.?.iry to come, auth I that thousands same way of thinking that we were hat week, and may test them with the adduction of facts, indisputable -
United greater wssen -
:4 juy | opinion on the same imasurc at did".rtr.t tinier- "
r tif than thj iTojK'i'tioiis a1ire'.id, aUmit tMt!> would Make r'>i !..ittrcecitribtitioti, lo the na- il.-p.irt-1 ft rn Sin I/ii<, I(),f)9i) ) He did! n<'t cower under the charge nor did hed'ny thcieforc stick to cur position. fact*. The new tariff went into operation oa
grave
4: t-- Ictut Co cam the njinuto any foreign p-rt or pi tiniest Treasury, rather than abandon the war troops v.hieli ( uii!>. J'arr.vli! coitJnch the first day cf December.,lS4o, and a coccparatitl
l.is I hut totd
acts to his
i& s-ich iiuMer thaI1.e! de n-c-d iiliy of a rnisJesaeai up manfully justify
ctcry i wilh Mexi'-e, bt-H.ie her view cf time effects cf the
is furnished
two
we tatit thoroughly- from the town i.f Tub with three The celebrated Thomas Case.-We learn from the measures
'r, an-1, ujwtco'nvictioi, tlicrcof before ant chani He amid it was not n statesman's Li licsfwi
, EI: circuit < r district couikof liie United Siktr* af iro- the pri.'Kij'Ies of retributive jus fee, and gas e piecei of heavy calibre; with their 'd'irn to tannt .in immutable opinionbut to>liovl.is Washington Union of the Slh instant, that the case by the Secretary of the Treasury in the following

Jt aaiiaIallf't each pat-i"i cr taken on board betond her adefjuite rhasti! >oment for the! repeatedwrongs munition; 1.000) and his realinc to them ex-Governor Thomas, prosecuted for a libel, has letter to the gentlemen therein named :

: t! the ab dollars anSI ale j imprisoned fr term netexceeding ( or re-
ri } may any and fort ili' v.in, Inughty, anddklainiul spirit nolle entered. The obscene
States and proftqiti Gentlemen In with
the
2l
a
% 0110 te-ir : Jborijl, That tii) act .h not be construe to poreiit any shiji tr vowl to c.r- \tilh uh-h: she! has received all our proposi- Division under Gen. Meji4t i,000 and in and and disgusting details which this case disclosed in in your communication ot yesterday, I send
richt.anJ ISLO IS3I he
ry IMOIC than two pa. scBji.-rs to tite t< nj of such ship lions for a prtli] >meit and final :uii!| tir.ciit of thought our courts of judicature, must yet be fresh in the you a statement of the press receipt at the six principal
fit to fivur the eatatilialirnent! i>f the United Stales ports cf the United States from the lot of December
vessel.fsec. ] !
cr pxi-ting eitli'iitifs. by presumptively refusing
minds of all. We much doubt the'moral
2. .Indie iifurKtr enattcd, That if the paspc receive Ministers fr the United 21,310Tlic Hank; I> it now h; en'crtiins very dilll-rent Ihou;htiin very propriety 1S46, upto the latest pericd to which returns
taken on boa/d of such vesstl, and broujrl.t to m States. artillery was supplied! with! over COO of giving public legal notoriety to cases of crim. hare been received,and a similar statement for
; grts so rlai ion to both these mea ure Why ? Because
Mr. ( in ; has thrown
.' into or traTjwrte-d from the United Slater aloresai-l, hisFpeerh, out hints ounds of .nnmuiiitiun. con. With due deference, we think it is an imperlection the correspondent period of the previous year.

jjhiil ecevJ tlu' zijriIj&r limitol by the la-it section in regard to the direr! taxation uhich he thinks in the above eir.jijvratlon are not 1 included circnmMancis hue changed, and those considerations in our borrowed system cf jurisprudence, 1 remain,very respectfully,

?;g t the number of twT lo the whole, such vet elfchill wouM! eiistit mnstii a further prosecution of the thin lorce stalione I Tula! the which made these good policy once, no longer R. J. WALKER.
at nor brigade which should have been rejected, despite the high
L be forf ile-1 tc thf Uni'rtl States aforesaid, and which if they alons with lln-m apply( becatisa there is no immutable law of political Secretary of the Treasury.
be pnvruled and distributed .- s forfeitures arc ur.der war ; carry (it. ( emi. Minon a'ld Jnvera.t authority of time English Courts and the royal non The lion. Il. M. T. Hunter, Linn Boyd, and Wm.
t- ; expediency. 1'or our we deemed his indication
the !it ot inlMencc waieh he iiten l"el part \
the act to regulate d'itis o.i import and tonnaSe ?.-. vie'i < \ the l.ile t accounts from S'a'tta Anna !ho mimi recordo sanction of a certain Prince of WAalcs, M. Tredway, House of Representatives.

;l I' < H. .f n
j vessel aforesaid hat' have lure than two tiero.4i to excite thai party prejudiceand to 7th of .M.itehml.i! i it-Itcs of I.i- mode ot rca-'oiung to make our own position GROSS RECEIPTS
IVbrmry.: is
such es-.1 1 the l hi a town near do expose it to the vulgar glare of public observe lion, At time pt-rl of Baltimore, Boston, Charleston, New
: IxTthi. or iTt case, in % mteiva! bring abemt sueh a Tormy war in the political north strong, though we not see even the seeming
ofS.in Luis J di.et .. of the
hy an : uut' third with refinement of New York and .
accord morals but Orleans ,
t-een the floor and thf deck or | lit form beneath 1)1 inconsistency may a courtly ; Philadelphia.1S45.
aa ca our much less
elements of oir: as lo unfit part, s ostroll.
cornple-fely >
shall not b. at least siv inches and the berths well country \ay thence to S.ilti: lo, :ic :oninr! : to thu mips we really do not think it should ever be characteristic iSJi

'S 4: constructed in caiehedirnensiuiic.fsucii berths our national assembly' for transacting with before u. I His I army was in tin- utmost disress .; a case of it as could be made out against t him. of the innocent and unaffected virtue December :Sl.y.'fi.seo' 92 $:2,25tX&ll: 16

balI not t>e at I lca t siv feet in length, and at ieat r! lm Jelibf ratiou thin important business M hichth" t -rwlroili) tlr m'wriat lie! ( :JurcrnrnentiJuinj \Ve take it. (list wl.at would bo politic conduct simplicity 134'J. 1S45.
-
' 4- eighteen inches in width, for e-ach pa-tr.re-ra< aforc- present nisjs dennnd ; and this, too, at a when our country is in dilhciiSly with Great Britain, of a purely republican people. Emit, how convct the January, $2OV,27o 20 2-433,436 63

.-s, sad, tl.cn the master of ailvMind! the owners ; piovided nn means for undertaking well evil? Why, by establishing a separate tribunal, whose February, 1,951,651 SG 2/J13.362 30
t tub when! it hecou: us to be united ill our such mirrh.Vi!, hate ixii4hit; very be impolitic in a difficulty with
, therf. severally, t.halj forfeit and p.iy the sum cf a a frightful picture Temple should scaled against all, except the court,
'1 five dollar* lor each an.l I ett-ry pa senirer on board of elicits: and to biing about such a concentration of the troops; In-fore basing ).Lll I.uis. One Mexico. Language which would have one effect upon ,033,31; SS $ ,so7gi0 146i)33.1S
the evidence. is
the and It
'. : said v s.s l on uch voVa;c, to be recov .re-d by tho) of our energies as to bo able to firmly of Santa Annalat acli l .-iuro marching, I'n li.hiiK-n, might hate directly the reverse ,*- parties not. however, W

:. United .Siat.- a s aforesJid. in circuit or district miionil honor and M.' ica's. The for us to moot the point. Alluding to the case, the
l any 'u tain our to preserve inxiolatc vas t.) di>!rihuii- twelve d.iy the month "n character ot a people, their situation
1 court of the United St tm where such tes-n-1 mat : pay lor Union gives the following particulars: Increase, $sfi3,S91 16
ejtirjiist rights and privileges.A and their capabilities muat all bo taken into
: of January.: This co-ill viMain them
rrive, or from which uhc! saiN.Sec. not The above statement is made out from the return
'a 4. .lii-l leitfurtlifr enacted That, for the J.iXiON DEMOCRAT.Mariantia room ihnu a week, and the question was akVhat view in framing a course of policy towards them.- One of tho counsel for Governor Thomas aa far as receited. The returns from New OrlrtM

B-r> purposes of this Act, it shall in all ca
; ted that two children, each being under the ae ot r' The! would! form a material subject ofci nsideration. of the court, in a paper to be entered on the receipts for the corresponding two weeks in Jin"1'
S eight shall be c-qval to one and that INLAND; OK I.Oims. ni'my troops are rvpresi-nted as paent IS 17 hate cicourse been emitted.
3ear, passenger, which record that there is nu fouuJ.ii Jon for Ic char ry ,
Conduct would be in time of ,
a
under the r.f shall I 1)3 included I and loyal, l ut in a pitiaMe! Mite of dis.res wrong war, of the
11 children ae one tear not The i'latid of Loin's! when The New York eorre pcndent IVasbirgisaUnion
our are
tr.xips which his client Lad made that
of the In derision forth mi. ht b< very proper in a pe'acefulcontrovcrsy. We ges it was
iu UK number of 'ak of
z : computation ) assen- I ihey p fjning of the Otis inst. furnishes that with the
lor the attack Vera Cruz is paper
concentrating on the effect of his
I *gtri. to solve! the rodem! ol ; tci'hntl rut'A' might n.iilliply reflections of this sort, but it would entirely imagination ; and
fahtin week
,0 JH-C. > Jin I Ic itfurthrr enacted. That the anounl s3ine\% hat noted. A I 'Her in I Ito Tiopic says j IKuseless.. lime real mtnfsof our remarks hate not Gen. Jones stated, moreover, that it had been receipts at the New York custom house for the

tit the several peua'tits irnrK> fdbt lhl Act sliaUlulieni that it sa' ;it I tlii* joland C
.. on the ve j"l or tecN tioUling it protin ; first lioi-u-d the lii-c i'oreel' flag of Mexico, nnd same paper an-immce-s Governor Thomas of week in 1S1( ,which are as follows :
tesel I b IIK! lied ant sold the-re-lor .'Una's arrival I at iti-hnali I ( ii mentions I hit to defend them. was a man many good
and tmcJi may < MI 75S4
;,. and ailed her, with hi; little fleet, in her re.volt and brilliant intellect Per the week ending Msrchfi, 19'17,
,-t ? the district C'turt of lie United States aforesaid in (Jen. Ta> !or i-* loitil I I lyimig Salt ill.', and has with qualities \ct, on this }'oithe same time in 1? 15, 39122
agiiiul Spain. Tl.is island! was the ren.eieztoiwof "Posltltc, NegatIve," S.c.
I which FU'I v 'sel shall arrive.AI lini siv | u-ii.l < subject there was an unaccountable. Jflusion
& ii( : : I rur,1s smd bitm pieces ota \
1 I r proved r. biujrvg_ _'. \<!io\\s ag.iin the accuracy ot' UV are glad to see that our neighbor of the Srntim1 which obscured his mind nnd imagination, and Increase, $3u7fY23

t :. qurttion decided.-Tho Siiprcnit they batteied down iho xvalls of San Ju.iti deLHoa I liii i inliiimatiiin, p > Med !hy (110 Mexicans of IMS: been refreshing his mind of late with scientific to that alone was to be ascribed the charges Thus has the ww tariff disprot en the prediction

s Court of tho Uiiitf S'alcs ha j elociMeel! that the ; and lately, it was there that Com.Me our iii'ivi-nn-iiN. iibji-cts. How n'ucli better employment this which had been mado by him. Ho added, of iU opponent The character of acme e>f these

States have a richt lo regulate the IraJa of ore', of the Texan Navy, watered anti re. In I lie pa; pern ItelVo ,;.-!, the latest: nccrctntse 13 than defining positions," those only who have that his counsel, having fully examined all the prophecies may be seen frim the annexed extraCt

nt.t nnd licenfcin of tht) bale of ardent spiiits.- cruited the h,'-ahiii e>f his men for six weeks in h'-e from V'i ri: Cti-z, nr to thin 9ii! ol 1'e- ix|'. m-nc<(l iN luting iat1uences can tell. It hat evidences the case, were bound as honora- from the New Haven Register? :

Thus the law of New Hampshire, which controls t lr? 12, after hanassing and terrifying the Mexicans riury, two 111)8 lad r sh.ui iho advices via Suit It a ((0(4 ctiect in freeing the mind from thoughts Lie men, to say to Inc cum there was not the .1 sample ofBlue Ruin !-We call our

the power over licences generally, and along time coat lor tuiricen moiitii; A favanna. Not a wonl is said of the cvacna-. i'l ppi'iU," intrigues," frauds upon the people," slightest shadow ground on which to rest the attention to I lie follow ing siting ot prophecies WhiCh

;b. % the law of Massachusetts, whicli forbids the well dug by Ce>m. Moore is fetill to be seen in lion of that city, nor indeed of its defence.Tc .- cauciHjfs and all other disagreeable subjects of that least, the remotest suspicion against his former were soberly put forth by the Palladium,immethat fur-

4 sale! of any smaller! Quantity: of liquor than USjrallon" the centre ol the island. have not seen an allusion to the move- sort, which the corrupt iou." of the times forces upon wife-and his counsel had taken upon themselves ly nih on the the roost passage striking; e>f the illustration present of tariff.the wolf-crj They

the law of lihotle Island, limitin;: tio) This island is GO miles from Tatnplco, ISO merits of JJen. Scott, nor is a word said of any the consideration of cur worthy contemporary, the responsibility making this public ruin," which the federalUu are forever stirncf

gale lo ten gallons, 1n'I the law of New York from Vera Cruz, 2.! from 'l'iispan, and 0 from threatened march upon the capital. El Re- that we do not wonder at his revived love for science. declaration. The counsel on the other side, for political purposes that we have jet mast with---

the of ho several counties the main land. It was at the lirao (ho troops Col. Preston cf South Carolina said Doubtless many people at the lime were made, DJ
;v !; authorizing people Hiblicano is very much engrossed with the But we think he has been unfortunate in his their object -
these federal croakers entertain the same gloofflj
landed covered with all kinds of shrubbery to
- hI..i_ or town* to decide upon the granting of licrn.e dciiwly (iscussion of the political affairs of the country selection of a subject for his studies. For a long was vindication, and not vengeance ; and forebodings-and were as honest in their belief u

$, are all pronounced legal by the highest and a few India rubber, sea birch, and and truly they appear in the most dcplorac time we have been unable to account for his political as it had ,eeri most triumphantly established, were the followers of Father Miller in the burning

tribunal of tho Unioh.-A' 1' Sun. cabbage trees, (a species of palmetto,) but stale. Tho nation would seem to have ntnoumrtt, but his unconscious disclosure ot the they had no further motive to continue the of the world But how, when they find thena"?*

ttt ( these are all rapidly disappearing before the so ridiculously duped, can they cling to their itwu-
.
cached crisis which must result in absolute character of his studies has revealed the prosecution.The
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- 4 The reporters aed correspondents of (their axe of the volunteer?, together xtith a hest of a mystery.We There is something really laughable in the serums,

public pros ia Congress, (so says "M.," of theN all sorts and kinds of creeping things It has tolitical disorganization revolution. now think it the effect of his midnight revel- nolle prosequl was then directed to be exact, and Pickwickian manner in which these prophecies

.: Newark Daily Advertiser,) paid a neat and a fine harbor on ihe south side, well protected ings in the luxuries philosophy. Upon the same entered amidst the general joy of tho immense arc" uttered. If a Yankee had set have himself com*

% ivell-d *6crved comjJiment to the Speaker of from the northers.-Mobile Her. 4* Tribune. FROM THE ARMY. principle that some young students of physic imagine assembly" at such a happy termination of the work nearer to to the guess"mark tcrong than has he this could federal not seer:

LJITE JIXD VERY IMPORTANT. that they are afflicted with the diseases
II the House in a brief; address to him recorded about case. From the Palladium of Sept. 1, 1S-16.
a to the l Tobacco. Mr. Hancroft is using Recent arrivals at Now Orleans confirm which for the time they readingso our neighbor "
on parchment, preiyntpd Speaker hy Duty on Yes-in one point of view, it was a happy termination 1st. Within tig months from July 1, 1846. Ib *

the veteran reporter of the Natioual hitelli.1J every effort to have the enormous duly oil to. the probability of a battle having been (ought in studying about" positive" and" negative"electri. of the case." But what can compensate will be reduced from 15 to 20 per cent this wiI9O

gencer, %tr. Stansbury, in an exceedingly neat bacco in England reduced. The amount on between Gen. Taylor and Santa Anna. From city, has wrought himself into a belief that he is all what atone, for the murdered feelings and blasted a great depression of labor sa$11

ip and appropriate speech, which was responded hand on the Iht January, 1317, was 59,225! the corresponco of the New Orleans Delta, the time electrified, and therefore has a right to be happiness of an innocent wife ?-Were the story of 2d. Bjjirit of March, 1847, one half of th will tfOf

is4; ; to by the Speaker. It was a tribute never be. hhds., whicli would put in time British treasury we collate the following items of intelligence. nervous, and as it is not pleasant to be no bodily, he Desdemona a reality, far less poignant would have operating factories, !especially! of iron and woollen, .

fore extended to the presiding oiliccr of the fifiy.seicn millions of dollars. The duly is ** Our correspondence from Brazos repre. chooses to be so politically. been her'nuflering, whilst expiring under the ruth- 3d. The products ofapieultureicill to matt"*?-

House.-Tlas'on TI.IICS very prestive. ents the valley of the US'j Grande as smarm Well. M him be ; let him enjoy his elevated leas grasp tif the jealous Moor. redutcdfor the wont of a HOJIK MARK" !! $fld(Si




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-ount- of the reduction of competition in the pricel For the Floridian.uIIQwllarp'rould 1 ly in those districts not yet menaced by the For 11vnn.QCIIR. NEW YORK-1847.SPRINGGOODS.. Manufacturer- -.f Mllmol tmstrtanenlt- -eataPuUutters -

I.bor I l be with either. enemy. The following extrrct from El De- CINDERILLA R. S. hubLi irf.A/wit. -

cf l h.! ha! ha'! 11i'IIUhll 1kb, no" I ha! I IiaJ! Were t'other dear charmer away." fensor. shows the general strain of the whole. bard Maser! will sail about the F. Riley h. Co. 2U7 Broadway.

bo coropeliJVcnrttil Gtntlnnrnyur contemporary of the Journal 2Sth this month for Havana via Key
f.hThe; bank* will: in solf-drfonco It delarcd the North Americans to be "ene West rriHEnndersizned Importer Jobbers, and WholeX .
.hfanufacg.nofthelmprorcsf
via
Mobile Patent Duulle-
1 | tht'1 circulation materially credit. not to n-e a very emphatic expression of :!r. Sam Slick, mice of our (the Mexican) race, enemies or to St. Maiks.returning Her touching at the and various Apalachicola sale Dealer in the City of New York. invite the Action JIarp.
A
Jho. Within and one year likely government much below !Wll appears to be ill a pretty considerable of a snarl." our religion, usurpers of our territory, strangers places will Rake it a pleasant trip for any one wishing attention of Stock.Buyers to the extensive joel varied assortment F. r. Browne & Co. 251 Broadway atel ;31 Chatn.
e par. more How he will out of' future Havana of with which they are prepared to hers street.
got it \ 'ments" to our customs and manners speaking a tfVIlt and those cllle For e
Mfl ezchtlsi 'I passage
6th- mwr ro : l"glandnl supply' the demand (or the Trade and
cent ran ".' !.' ; must determine. Without the tact orfckill. but with hard (ft/ro) language, which we cannot un only apply to J. R. FORTUNE, Agent. coming Spring .
r cr respectfully to the Southern and Western
'' March 0<1, 1 I7. 35 represent .Man'sfoclurerse-f Piano uric :
all thecapricio ;ncss a practiced coquUte, he dances dt'rlotantl-Ihe North American can never be Merchants, that the f.cilitiestht'Y posse in making R. Glenn & Co. 104 Fultoo street

"'ftenl Whig P trlot"m ton the pnlorcinjig with Mr. P vk, and tomorrow esteemed by us. No it is impossible !" Horse Stolen. the earliest and best selectionsenable them to complete -

The annexed extracts arc frofn the speech cf The 1i.is d.- the from the successfully with. any tither market.and at the Stationary Slant T.wKt ::1i
ready to run called ll.j boy of, same time to otter to the Country Merchants the Rich & Routrel. \
forwln. commonly wzznner Inpadc with Mo Calhoun It wouldhowcvcr\eem} rival of the Volunteers and averts .them to be k 14th instant in Tallaha, a usual inducement ViIliamStreetIn..rters d Ii
recently delivered in tjie. tilled! Slates Senate sorrel home, al rut twelve! hands high four so as to make their purchases foreign Stationery of every description. Wanufacturers -
Ohio, the Mexican Tin .rlt1eln from the last is- ueof your contemporary men without country (sin jw'ria,) who will white test bald face, and a small white pot on the equally 'favorable in every other respect. and l Dealers in Blank BookI per. G .M ,

on the suhj.'Ct of war. man that he has, at last t. most iiaiTanimou,ly' "defined) soon learn the difierence between themselvesand belly. Said Horse i i. about seven years r-ld. A liberal liens. Copying and Seal loesses Manilold. Writer t.
recently been much talked'of as the "hi can- 'reward will be Jdbtttrn and Importer of Silk and Fancy Goods. Ink, and all other articles of I
law his position. nut let us pec how he has done it.- those citizens who know how to defend given for himnoranv information Stationery. Goads
It \h s well that that I *rt him. Alfred Edwaids & Co. l:> Pearl street. freely shewn-prices low. .
Jatc for the next Presidency. may lie fays : their hearths, their religion and their liberty. !o can JOHN UNSE.March Clark Work & Co. 11' Pearl street. very I

the whig* ot Florida bould know, in time, the extent "1e are trilling to sty in lanirJac: which \The Gmzress appears to bo determined to 2'J' IS 17. 35 Bowen & McNamee, 10( William st. corner of Braver.Chestbruugh Free Trade Prices. : J

and character of patriotism.. Let diem de- thourh not veryTlegant: i ii suiricier.tly t\pre si\1'. reslYjct t the Press from publishing anJtbing thai Just llccclvcd. Stearns & Cc. 37 Nassau street opposite Hunt Brothers IS Exchange Place, are Jnpoitirp a -
such he not giving that' ", last.and all the time' Mr. Calhoun i is ourc1Illcc. Post Office. hnre aasorment of
CIJC whether by fulmmationt, is coud\nilitate! against the government, and hzcr Id: \ to''s new patent gold pcu in ex English French and Gern.an
ONE Clark Southworth &. Tilden,2't Nassau and 71 Cedar Goods which
aid and comfort* to the den.i-ava; with whom have rpWHiited! censors for that cases, they otter at a great- irductinn t,1
his gentlemen, j>lea e mark the technical subtlety purpose.FionlJh I dozen Washington Gold rt'nC. streets oppoiite Post Oihce. prices in con juence of the rednction ef the -
We are now at war, rathe: than sustaining by Carleton Frothingham & Co. Washington Stores, Tariff. also otrer
Steel Purse and They a large stock tf Domestic
of the sentence. Your to use ln' Heads Rings, Tassels,
calm counsels the nation in its present trial. lIe contemporary .''r Oiftan* JifersnnianI'IZANCENGi.NDl'NITEl Steel Clasp for flags. Noil 27 and 12'J William street. Woollen GuMs) at the lowest rate.

Buy be classed with the anti-war Federalist 1M2, own language, and his own italic, is trilliny1 to ) STATE*. Shaded Silk for Purses, &(.Gold ThimMo, J. PftitJLCo. No. 131 Pearl street. February 27,1 1..7.J:
do it but If /llit. On the ', he Dibblee. Richardson & Co. I.I'\ Pearl 8trCf"t.Impul.t .
JUlnl
again : yet contrary Gold; Slud, a C'rcal'ariltv of silver Head Orna-
who continually cried Oh d.mt fight motnt'r Such a perit-tt prostration in the action of CSIUI J.J.1
is Iii he found in the next ronsocutive sentence saying nients. Picture S'rj'uc, with; fla-H. eXTS TO Till
England. It i is a cruel war, paten up to aid governments as t the two first of these now presents r., Dealer anil JoWters of Staple and Fan CONSTITUTION OF THE
Elastic IMI-hoMcr: Gold Silver ml 1 Perforated STATE FLORIDA, I
the schemes and cover the designs of James Madison. : to the ee of\the political o! .ener, has Pajx'rs, 2') .ortcd' ion IVns Gillutl, ey Dry (;oOlI,. PROPOSED
Vt. will only pivo-him" [Mr. Calhdun] "up, grosja C. W. & J. T. Moore Ai Co. No. 207 Pearl street AGREED CY THE BFCOSD CEX- ; 1
It i i" ini it reduced THE
when to ACTIONOF
> side
(presided l he consonisto ru is .. west 4 doors above Muden Lane.
who lends )his ai"I to it, either in procuring men or an abs-.late certunty that there? is no chance f(-r hi- ica is engaged in a waV w ith Mexico and these C'? .. "u u'. Florid, rkirn. Brooks i. White, No. 12rt I; pearl rtrect. THE aLiT CEXCKAI. AH'E)IBLT. t J

money, must shake hands with James Madison. Pehs election." two powers look silenlly\. Much as the}' Texas Grant & Barton (Goods for Indians,) 2D William Ii
The ;\doiited) Sn, \rer.1Actur.t ,1n .let fa to amend the nlilutwn of thiv State 1
Grundy and the Devil." The same old tune isno how shall this ec nstrufd, whtn taken in con- desire to interfere, they ddre nol. So intimate The ii'ii'tor Ra'-iin Kentucky; ', Ghost txrie-: Jonas street.Conkling. Co. 1.-11(' Pearl a. to ej-trnJ to all free tchitr mal inhabitants,

sun; by the same aati-Americans set to new nc-ction with the precrdir.g eentenre ? Shall I un- have become their commertual relations with! The Ihvorciil), Peter the lri: :J/ld. M. Lumniis &, (0. li.l; Pearl llret.t.Wm street. being citizens of the United States, who shall t

words ; for James Madison, they. hOW *ub>Utule deri4and it, gentlemen, that your contemporar* our republic, that they fear m break with the Temptation! and .Xtoipmenf, Ihttl' ct f Life, bv- Twec-dy. Moultn\\i, Plimpton No. '!>* Broad' street hare resided vithin. this }>'Iaffn, year the dcc. i

James K. Polk. Mr Corwin said : niean', that he will en ira, but will not pink with I United States. And now, since the late unhappy Did.-!.. St. Giles ail; St. James Dani..llIl'ili."ln, Dureiiius&. Nixon, No. 3-J Nassau st. opposite Po-.tOlhce Jranehiie.
Midnight !'U.-U.S..SvauJre, Acteot Ci rinthl 1.v I n- r.eit enacted the '
ly Senate and .
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You must call your armv back'! You must ; unless Mr. C'allioun ? That he wIll first pee w hetlier or not scourge of famine has viild< them, they mi, Forte-v-i: ', Iy J.JlIl"f Sheridan! Knowles.P. I I: & J.: Bussing Staple,and 111 I I House and 111 Furnishing I Williams Dry street.Goods. SECTION Representatives of the State of Fto- l, :

you arc willing to bethought: a robber-an invader Mr. C can "cccoe it," and, if lie "can't come it. are too wise to Iuarrel with whatxjs literally! ' II. U" Htliert Comic VVandcrJev Malcolm &. G.1I1I.0.. 175 Pearl street. rida in Gtncral .isnmlly ron eneJ. That H e first .j I

ol your lIeil1iI1Clnou and if Must president recall that&sk army ol tne! he, Mr. Ji/itrnzt will not ro it?" Or, shall I suppose their h bread and butter." The United Statepresent ill-? Lu"rtf i", IVanrhamp. Xc. Rust: Dean: fc Wyles, I 115 and 117 William street' clause of the sixth article of the,Con"ti'uticn be so l
I Retrace your stqw- jour 'IItXL P.DOKS.C'.ark's amended as follows,
viz : Every free white mate
that has teen in the at this moment a singular of Washington Mores. person
;"Vi Ii\ ioleY 'v.VLo85W'i} JjtTitnV* iVll! <"iJ!! .*: I--your-. contemporary, study .; afTiirs.JKa. aspect : Music Primer !thiuI's Rtet'] >ric, A. & G. &. H. Brown, 1S1 Pearl street, corner olCetlar. { ol the ae of enty-one y -:: and upw ards arid s" -
neither men nor money tit prosecute any touch purl : w-.tjnj f"CI'Ihant.ho. in /.lriicted Auwvortir.s I.fin Ikmiinarv; Denmtt's .>oi.u.oj .- who shall l hue, at the time of tflenng to vote, a .
ose. hi* deer never to '- -s't. ""r d._. __i_ ., ( :. 11,., nnl>' I'.n< ..'Inoj Vnrri "!:1r\t'f\nt* >in::, H-in rs JM I'1.! .: -.1 l.j..,:. l,..',..... zen of the Unittd States, and who shall have I'iti"I

l :: S could hear t\va cooastruotion5" Or,w old it be uncharitable whole] |>eopie by the abundant: supplies she fttr- CI.lir'.IRCturel. Flu'e In,tnjrtor, New Y.rV r..a- Pr,1Iltli Cnti'mr rjrltntrrfy. a r:1t ha.l.ilal ion. .tztnjciI. lame and place cfpermanent J.

If I were a Mexican, I would telltn.. Hare to thii.k. that, be for! penning his article ni>hes, cither gratuitously or otherwise, but is d r-. PA.. 11.\nr.\Hl. Lee & I r \hl-r. 41 Cedar street. abjile: in .Florida for one year next pre- }
nlt country tm dead March ,'I. 117. 3 I c .hng the el I. ctioa at which he shall offir to n.t, .
own ; .
you room in your ry your your phihisnphic contemporary had ju>t risca from a herself in the midst of unprecedented abundance .
If come into mine we will web:orae ----- --- -- CviiiHiLiiio'i Jlfrehanti and JMcir and, who shall! 3; such time and for six months intr.udMt
men you yell fur Sale f
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with hloo.hlIIJ: and a hospitable; grave.' ** sympathetic conter i> atinn of t he picture which i il- and, at the same time, carrYing on an S :'1'li.u,!'. (ifr"'I, Mirelnis, Cotton Yarn Iff.t :. ly' preceding said! tNw, Lave had 'his habit < ,

He (the President) '.. have u. luodx from me Instrates the Cable of **The two Fnccds and the expensive war. It is indeed surprising, whenwe I 4'0 I r. \RRFT.sriR T EYTE .10I.:3. R &. I D. M. Ste-bbms Nassau, l.twcen Fineand thOm, IrRnnl, home and j'l 13r-e rf J'f rmnnent ate-ste.I :'j4,4 .

in the prosecution of such) a war.** have no way De r." consider the past, to obsene the present : F-r sal- byM.rh ('(.: in the county which he may otfcr to vole shall !lie- '.

Mt but to withhold the mrans to carry oa that war. y 001':1. respectfully. proud I position/ of our country. The} I]:ltf'rn I 'i. t I" 17. ::i"J.. R. FORTUNE.MAXWELL.. J. G. Dudley .V Co. .1 Old Slip between IVarl and deemed a qmlified vot,-r at ail election umrr this t .. i
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continue:until I hall b. j atistitd that bami.taLc PILRAKLIC.Qrtxcv Continent recognized our importance, as the aurh.t,. general ticket in the State or Di-tncf "'r"crsl.e-d l to. .m t i

n my rround 0:1: this first rrand proposiiion, and March l"th. 1"17.Iht'I'IIClt" granary of the world. Kngland i i. compellei; 6Y,'//., Cfmiiarrev, iff. ia--, in whiih cas s. the fleeter roust hlt na ji t
lIO, !1INUOUs'Il: ( iS t
then I shall be a. ready a* any one t-> retrace my to set at nought commercial legulations: : which Wilsc.n G. Hunt & (to. *.-.> William street corner resident of the State C'IIt".ar licit prf-reding the k'
". ot the ('aiadac. .
itl'p.! ( have hitherto fihleimiihm Mauk-u Line, ItnHiilers| and Jub'iers in French electionandMmonths within the t-l -cti crushing weight
The New York correspondent of the ll'tmVtn lan up. \7"M I II P.RVKnNI'RlI\iI? : ; will ,turn to H- in which he oilers to vrfe {
German : l'iorued. That .I-!
Th"lhan JO'Jmal.thi in I ; Belgian and English Cloths, Cassimcres no ;
Evening ; ) publishlac I'rJon on the pourer portion of her (pu.itioii!; amnow > V n hi i ii in ti'!\ t" attend all the Courts of the and Goods dier seaman ..f marine in the rtgular: Army a
in or i
alluding, a recent letter tw the Canailun Vestipgs, adapted to II"'tar; a'io, Navy
; thi speech observes that it i. greatly tnarrtil Provinces opens to us means of acquit! wealth! Mull! ir< uit. ; Ti
by the necessary. haste with which it was g>4 up."- !jy* : before unknown. 'I'hmtagricmituri.T! ., t the' fir- n: W..,' |n.'rilh \l.!. .V :M wilt also attest I tiut- Pantapoonern, together with Tailors Trimmings tar of this State previous to his enlistment a.s MIC'Ii.ldier. 3t

I'pon which the New York Globe very ju.tly remarks "Tlie Canadian: papers arc l' '-riiiiil!); to piers of the United States are now shown t to Su'r; '.jii' a,i-I! Fe-l' ral Court*. Their time will be of all kinks.F. seaman or marine in the Regular Array or .ti
discuss the l1u's I crrol.rdll i.tl.", tit'Jfie If gal prvjcswm, and Navy of the United Stats or of the f
1 crcctinp the I'.ritisli prov.inccs S. Winston & Co. "o Cedar street, Importers and revenue service f
: he the true bone and sinew oi our countn chili' azimst the Unled\States! for the att r.tive shall b considered a f( icter.t of the .
State in
in North America into a sort of Federal I Jobbers of }:n.-li h. French: amid l German Cloths consequence i
Such language: and ueh cent intents as we hare the true sources of her wealth: and :rreitne ; iTIrntion 44 I which arran-cwnts have l eeD :calc; Cas-imcre-s, Vesting-, and Goods adapted\ men's of eing stationed within the same. :: '

quoted above, would mar the speech and character !I Union, to comprise Canada eat and west. |j and the cultivation of the Mill v.'iil! hereafter ill IVjshi icton. \ ireiir. Ta..lors"; Trimmings in great variety..Mnnvfactuirt Passed Senate De'emtw'r. 1, p' !fl:. J

tltO. of any nun: save a black cockade federalist I New I Hruntlwicl. Nova Scotia Newfoundland I[ maintain its position as first the inJu Mirch 13, I" Ii. 31 \ D. 1 II. M .\' S. President Srtiatc. it.

and we think the Journal aud its ru-uds, incj and I'riticc; Hd\vardV Island.! The rapid growth} j among ------- and Dialers in floats and Sf.oe II. ARCHrn Sirretar: Senate !. (

"l of complaining that a c prn"'I''rin' sfron
it omitted will wish thai still | are : in exercNins nationil benevolence :J .' <-i.k SIIIM| ROBERT: : "
ot H altogether, more a trait < nro\\n.1 IIROA\N, Sntaktr IIo. Reps. t
,
Wm. Smith Brown suces' or of Kim! all -v. 4 -
>
;
(it! it had been "omitted." Such tt.-ntimetit are nn- in"i ted CII and the <|llJf'stjon isakd of the has \'otl'll't'll rniUiolls J.t..tI"f"t u..,1! sid fltr *ae I,. it!. D. I'.u.. Clerk. 5
il'Y stet hug to Ni 11' Wafer s'r('( t, n'arlaidt'n Lane. .
worthy of an American citizen-they are disgraceful ( ro\ermnent, \Vhv. not divide th" British I meet the present calamity and desolation inIreland. M.rri't! :-t I.T.OVD X ri..\onolicf. (;annUs .. Patten. '.Maid.-n haute, near Pearl st. I j' i ..

to an American Senator They deserve and willnfeive |,osse, .i ions on he North _\merican continent Her if wealth havecrnm'.mihut.. \ J. I If. Ransom &, Co. "; I't"'Jfl street.W. : ,1n .1ft to amend the Constitution of thin Slate to ; r
men (
the honest c'iec'rationJ the Azntricaa peoric. !'ito States, after the manner lftllmerican M. Newell 1 ('o. No. I 122 Water street.CahiiiW. I 0.1 tsmike th' 'w'ns of the Genei-at itmlily 1. 3a a
T lin miumd--rimcsh heinz afjont to J.\ !
ed me'
of their substance? towards the! urn" object 1 biennial inittad of annual.SECTION .
Howv Maiden Lane.
republic, s'lvinn to each State a governor, J Iejislature JL fir nvral month re ;nu'sts any wh\iay ah'l f findf'itfd I'll I i )
and her joulhful queen Ins addressed the Sam'l Daniels & Co. 171 Pearl street 1. Kt it enacted by the Senate end
l1rra lilflffi.The capacity (.a the I'uiteti States i and judiciary, elected liy the people ? : In t.iit t>> settle their; accounts apiHsi'tle ,. -n as t.
churches throughout the land!, praying 'for their! I Il/presentafieci rf tht.ctate of7o-
as ti- \ will tim it zn-jt\! < I ti! -:rto uisliit ; -z
tar supply'ing the wants of Great Dntain with hreadMuffi As jet the discussion i i. confined: to modest and aid. The I'"itt'dth' I Lnptirtirx and Dealers in Harjicme and firms.Woll them Genfrat.IwcmMyconrcneil.Tlzt he! Wcfxiticlauv .f' t
charity : 100 Ions: make !uftt! 'rnent before he liave.The l 1m!iin iIf' i- to
;, is t-hnxvn ia an estimate: contained in a staliaucal I corners of the papers and to "correspondents:*" (opposed (;Jreat Britain throughout lh" ', \ tilt- i ."'-.Id'-'h"f'nt.i1! hj-reafh IH. co'vlneX I. & Bishop: Maiden Lane cornc Gold?t. I of the fourth article of the Constitution of f

article contained in the Nc-' York Express. It liut the gei-in of truth which the proposition and breadth of the land length td by :tl'II l MON ami' LVNCH.an'l} he c ..rni.iemU -' A. \V. Spit-s &. Co. vl Maiden Lane. I| this tae be -o .imerded as to read as ( Hows, riz : "j .
have extruded succor Wagenen t. Tucker 172 Greenwich, corner :J. The mctroers ct the House nf Representative .
Eiiktjthe surplus ot wheat and Indian corn for export contains most, in time, spread: and ;ro abroad th-ni to th- patrcinase flf Ins friends as every ,. I shall IKchosen the J:
tll / i by n.litied
an unhappy p'ol'TIlt' close-fisted Yankees Dty.De ; vomimis and shalt t :
I wa.rll" thfir coUVlerice and
ol f.i\rr. -
twbe-wheat,3,( .j;111, n> uihl;; tlour,1,!'J"','> ." like the tinistanl ''. (. It i is difficult to iimpine. the hoarding countnin, ami disciples Th.II'I'r: 1 ,i:-iol! taks this occasion to ten Vr Iii" > n.st"oun & n.hrow.; No. ": Pearl street opposite I serve for th. term < f two years. Iron and after the .;; :
however that! the fJritNb; Pearl Stitch H sign ot the Padlock. day' of the first election under the amended! Constitution
tiirc!* Indian corn and meal I7/f 1f''fU i huihels. jroeninientill of .u-*? I J. :
Franklin }have opened at ure their flunks! to tl.e ritiJii'na (If Tallihae: and virtnifx fur
consent tn a political cLan e in i iis: colo.! purses r li'V.ms: 1M Pearl street.Edw and no longer; anti the sessions cf the Gen- i o j
in the United is ever them.
The deficiency Kingdom estimated ; reliexe those who the *t n lilwral patronage he has rene l from
to t i in tln of I
moment want ill IJuut. _''I Platt street? corner (.f Gold Agent rrasscmbly! shall lx biennial!, and crtcrnerce cam
t Iy> Mr. La( ouchert'. a member of the Drittsh: Parlia- nice, \\iiich. though l but an imperfect imitation and suflering have solicited their jiid. Wemay F. WICXKKILMrch for Hints' Doughs Axes and Tools.Wnlf the fourth Mo'nlay November in each awl every MfY; ).
n. 1" t". 3J t -t!
raent.at K..'">">,""(' quarters, which at iwsbeis to of our institutions, must, in time, contract with well conclude! that this will be the div\n ---- I.. iillespie, I1.1'!Pearl ,:rt. second '('ar.lf at"9u h other times a.s may be prtscribed 1

the at home to its dis.u\an-! IiO1Ved.T A. I. I lalsted .!.. Sun 7 Plait for Cash by lawSec. "
the quarter i ill I2ktLdkl' < i bushels. This, at < srsteni -entirely of b'-ttei fivlinu the of toward trtttCheap -)11; C
on Kngland
;part :
.
tape.'MIf I only.Iiifjoi. 2 B' iVf.TnrciifThat the tl.irdclaw** a
) trl1\nn FI.VUt & CO. l.avcthisdiy di
the value it < ,
per quarter being money placed upnu UN, and will cloach in brotherhood
ally us more rf the fourth article
r.f the Constitution be anietnVdsi
the Canuliau"11.1.. IT, the consent tfthl' I F.ntuh J V. silent! by mutual "-'.lnt. The bii-me of theciiKrrn 1, .
by the same honorable S't'btlcmutdd amount to J with Iler.1.1' needs our aid-she will will be cli.f.l by J. R "Fortune alone, he U rs of :yatitlfcry and Coae't Hardware. that the same shan read as follows: 3 Government
will be
S21JWtht 1.0.1'. matter for secoudary cocsid- 1 be brought} to acknowledge our power and resources liaxi.u !n,U4ht .Mr Fla:lt-r's entire iiiNrest.KUMIAIU John Van Net, 111 Peail street. Representati\ hall chosen on the fir Monday :1'1 t
eration. The blood <:f the Martyr i* Itit tom! ef the and hereafter if better S ) FL \CLHR; Abraham R. Van Nest t. :iJ Pearl street' opposite ill the month of October in.each aid every second ,
t Ocj- Hon. THOMA 11. I'ENION has declined the Chllrell-lJJd the rich libation which flowed from even no un. J. K. FOKTFNF.. Plait. year from and after the first election under this a- .t}

appointment cl Major Gt'neral1lJ.a by tIle rrt'siJmt the veins of a \Io. TGotER"stil1luuJl) cries frcm deManding arise between us, the necessity of Tallahawre, March .'., [!:.] 1 Il-;. 3'J: \ J. thick r.eJ"i\'c: Maauf.-turfr and Imj>orl"r. mended Constitution or on such other day a? may \t I y
preserving peaceful relations with our Republic Smith Wright X Co. 12ft Maiden Lane.Lnpoitti J be directed i (\ law. tt"co .
and un.tunii>vjly confirmed by the Senate.Messrs. the ground Liberty Liberty' will bo appreciated. TIN MANUFACTORY.J. 3. JJeitfurthrrenactnfThat the filth cla-js : '

'* and Dtiihrt in Fieneh and E1fglJ of the aforcsnd article be so amtTidrd as to read as .

SIBLEV &. I>i KL: ;- Francis R. SLunk at present Governor of Penn- We understand that Philip N. Dallas of this }) ( ., Jtruzi, Chnaieali, Essential Oils, -,-:. I follows viz: The Senators shot! !! be chosen by the t t

Gt'ntltmt'n.-D( me the favor to publish the eyhania: has been renominattd by the Democrats ol J"hion.1.lQrc i. Taylor, "1 Maiden Lane. ijualitied' electors, for the term r>( fotir years at Iheaiue
city, to France with Mr. Rush at. Jxvomc the sole proprietor of the TIN t.
following article, taken from tile Proridinn Dally that State as their candidate for Governor goes as an HAVING time in the same manner and in the same i
tachf to the h'gatiun.-l'l'IlIl.llmll. l.1ttl the proper!} ofIL Flakier &. Co., 1/npurltrs and lI 1o.!(. ,)/, Dealtrsin Drugi, Pa ,,.. \ place where t they vote for member of the House of i m f
Sentmd It is an article breathing the proper spirit ; takes this method of informing the puMc! that he
.'Xw'/A awl Situlh.-Tbc exports cf the tUt1crn A void with the ladies in (Hit, Duf Miijfv; and Chttnteals.llaviland. Representative : and rw person shall be a Senator u
and cp m ins fr(1..1: the quarter it doe*, it ;Lt to putto states in !" (5, were fc#;-'slfc"* arguments spinning will keep c"n"tvitly on hand at the 'hrp t p"sifelus I : Keese X Co. ofIdid.'u! Lane. I unless he be a white grin, a citizen of fhe United

the blush every Southron who would throw the Of the Northern Stales 33,040 < 00 yarns among AIand/ AO///JV, a man is store, a larre' ortment/ of all tl.e \varieties of floyd &. Paul. No. .I Lihertv "t. near Maiden Lane.Ha'sk. Statesand hall have been an inhabitant cf this State
to be trjrtul.TIII Tin u id othir articles u.uall.1.1. ill 'his line rftHint li I for '
sure 'Hi Mcrrkk No. Gold street (tived.x two years next preceding his elation, and the
lea t obstacle or impediment in tIle way of the Administration I ;
1'ceos; from the South $3J,240ooo n.. lit.111 also be prepared to furnish aivMtrchants Iran Maiden La'te) Als-> Agents fur severalinair.ifa'Murers : lat eamarc-iJemitu-fthedm-triet I county (which -

whilst vigorously proecutin:; the war In 1M''.j the exports Iron the Southern I 5- : l-'I.OHIIJI.\X" in the country Tin-ware a- low prices I ; \ el ChemicaU, Henriuus Jujubec I he .hall be chosin. and shall have attained the age 3 -
far the obtainment the can ".I.t from th" North ; and! 'begs them to
ol an honorable peace. We hare States, were %.rb"),>.i.i a- j Pa-te A.C. of tvsentv-fivescsrs. : ;
Is Pnlilislird flU)' Saturday I> Sililf) X Hjkr call and -\.iiiirie for the-tn-selves.! Tber'i an : i. Co. and Wholesale Sec. 1.: He fnrthirenaeUd That tin sixthclausc
a PXN! deal of prating about the justice and ri;htecunew *- From he Northern States, \I,'Jf" < ) ) } oh-I 1I.tJ.l'1':11"1"" Importers ,
.f"1 jtM-t ill I L i% ;iic. it here, as it w ii!! Iw (tree iroui DuuUrs in Drugs, Mediciixs, Chemie-als, of the aforesa article be so amended to read
of the War; and 1 want these Southern praters To whr.m all letter inpirtaiiiiiu: : l tn the luisine; nltho DyeStutTs. as as
Excess from Southern States, .l4iisiiss' 'S lilt..hit "..II.llly.1- bv' shipjMii Paints, 3'1.1 l nil, 142 Water street. follows, viz: The classification of Stnatrr". as made 'Ijiti
O.5l'V! !iH aildussi d .
to know at least t he sentiment of sr'me of our New IiiUt -J-vstui i jxitJTERMS CDERIL'ASSIIRDHIM!) : UK TIV-WIKC.: I, I Ucoll.III'sol: &. Co. 1 I.t 7 Maiden Lane, N. Y. at the first ss3ion ol the General Assembly held in '

Uncial! brethren. Tltcre is yt a goodly portion of From tfit.Vttp Or Irani I"lletill.fal'rl, I I"-1. I diz I urllae(-*, jjurh as ever* bmhnudlt to Laurencei, Ke-se, 121 Maiden Lane. the year 1M5lull continue unchanged ; one Jail -

virtue and love of country left in Yew Dn:laiid even LATER FR-M VF.R TRFZ One copy, in a.lvanc', S' tIt, l.ave., Sug' DipiK-r-. Siuar Four in advance, IO <) BurgiT, if I a-id "I'l Cortlandt street.ItnjvrtirsanJ I >r ben after biennially for the term of fc -
though Massachusetts may hare refused, by her Leg- The U. S. schr. Forward Capt. Jones, left copies mimi Counter Scales! Zinc tor "\ &.r., i j ir veersPuttitled. :
within six r i,00'rrrsand it is hereby ,
Subscription paid month, ::1 .V* Shoot Iron fir making Stove Pitws. I declared that -
iiliture, to appropriate! money for the brave volunteer the} f-quadron ofl] Vera Cruz on the IMh )( ,., When not .'aid until the end of the vear. .1 I Ou Tin smith Copier for K-x'tuu and;Glittering ,>f I'iuml. Dealers ;in Frcnrlt and J iisliih China tiro term of ol"n-e( of( that -Joss of Senator une\pi- '_ '_ t

trom that State. and have received her file of Mexican (;Iau and Karthttnrate. red at the first Icrlion iinder the an'i-niledCnnstitu. s a
I we by a The circulation of the Fl'iriilian e'pul, jut do.-s not tin! i. and put up at short notice, tithcr in the! rims. I
Yours & I papers, but they contain nothing of import stirpae that ot any other palter! in the Slat-, and is or country.XL'sO '. 1 Richard F. llaviland, No. SJ Maiden Lane above tion, shall eVend to. and expire on. the first Monday 3' %.
St/ar. Pearl- I in ()ctber. eighteen hundred anti ftttv.Sec. .$
nstaiilli: I s extending. AnvERTi'EVFNTsin-crfcd at :a rte\v invention draining which ,
CORN PLANTER. i I ance. : I Frcre JL Conkln I Pearl !t. corner Cocnties Slip.S. I 5. fie it further enacted Trat the first elcc- !
tla tiiiial: rates. Jot WORK, ot all kiiiiN \.iittl willdrtiii II tor market iti two d.l.ti. ahl: beg the K
From the I'rovvhntn I. Stnlintl. !I I'y this arrival wo learn that Mr. Atocha, With all l'osihi-! ], JC"'i'ctrh: | a,1: | n. dtreuf ..Hlr. .lanters trt call and ex'tnutu- I k. IL Willct*, 113 Water street. I Il j I ti 'ii for A -em!>Iymen, under this amended Cniuti- j
) Hatty who was landed under a flag of truce from the 2''/ pattwt W.-U and Cistern inzle and double RulHunpo. l Hentv W. Haydotk i. Co.: 71 J..hn street. I tutu n. sha'I!! take place r>n the first Monday in Orto- F

THE WAR MUST BE pRO"ECfTED.-\W have nr I American squadron on the 5th, with special -- -- ; well a.l.tph.t; to ;plantation nse. Siinei It. Skiilin lul. Water street doois Ulou.Manufacturer tier, eighteen hundred and fortv-eizht ; and the Cr- t I -

sympathy with those who prate, about the 'horrors nf I I from CAB1NETMAKING.DYMOX March c;, I' 17. n W"ll :!red. ie-i-ii'i of the General Assembly, under this amend- 4,1 :
war in these times of the countiv's danrer.Ve have I despatches Washington, returned from --- --- I tied Constitution, shall commence on the fourth Mon -'

no charity. for the black-hearted hypocrites w ft) ar-I Mexico and came up in I he Forward. lie A. I.YXCII I: ? ) OblAV: L.E l }] OV3E. fl.f my tleierijilwn of trawEon- day in November, in the year eighteen hundred and

feet to mourn over the pro";>ect of' death to our soldier : proceeded Washington yesterday, with biscsl'alclics ",ltla, and Dr-aleis in Panama Lt :fmni I forty- ight. C
and who l>i>ii"ht the entire fto >k amid iit n, t it! I Titonvs roLTsTV, r.r.iMryHE (:;.\. .
,
of the federal Passed December ?
are continually bepsing i which are said to be of high importance HAVING and Pahn foaf lints. Senate, 2, \ \
government to give us peare. They know-evtrycian \Vanker ill the "aluntt Shop an in')lersign, havit.g taken the above Lcland&. Mi-llcn, 171 Pearl corner Pine street I). H. MAYS, President of Senate '
them that the ; hut the contents had not in any way [I'f'panocl l to ln all kinds nf work ill that line, and I ...il 1II1u... aid to II. Senate. -
woman; and child ot country ::: t is LOW | re,> ar- John C. 1 Henderson & Co. 170 Pearl street. ARCIIEB, Secretary o'
a' war : that the war grew out of an i 11\a..il! or our transpired, though it was reported that there i hope I the patron.izp heretoforeciv'; 11 11I I the shop will .d.i'. .- ins. who ri.i'f.i .-r lamJlh Sartni i Archer. 151 Water street. Passed House of Representatives, December C'\ ..

ti-mtorj by Mexico ; that the President had nothing was a prospect of a favorable termination of be r"l1tillulTheir cxpeiicnce in the tiu!incks then natro..ag.Hl-< ,'him.re'will IH r...Jt'r.... I William PL Whiting & Co. 152 'earlstr't. IS 10. -- ii -F-

tn do even with the remote f atvcs of the war ; that the negotiations.So warrants them in saving they can pive sati-trfcticiti. THOMS SIMMuNS.Thnimsville. Edward Bridge &. Cu. 101) Pearl and GO Beaver ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. of Reps J '

We hue again and again olfer\d |peace to Mexico, They execute their v\osk trell and ale willing to dipose !- (;.Teb I I.:;, t-17' :\u streets. M. D. PAPV, Clerk House Reps.
aad been thrust back with insult ; and that there is far from Ycra Cruz having been abandoned oi( it on as reasonable terms a- any other workmen - -- Mann "ift & Co. 62 Cedar street opposite Post February 27, l=s 17. 22 6m i

no waIt'ft for us to preserve our honor and vindicate by the Mexican troops, their number ill the .State. Othce.Il7iolisale. 1

our ribtl. but to prosecute the war with vigor, had been incrcrsed and was numerous. March ?"'), I',"!7. 3'iINotirc. __ M TOOTH ACHEUR Co-Parinership. .

and conquer a peace on the soil of the enemy. All Two transports from a northern port with: h. Dtalert in Fur Silk and Wool Hats 'I HE undersigned have associated themselves I to- -

this they know, and they only dodge it-they dIre had arrived at Anton de Lizard! and Pirate Goods of all kinds Caps JL cether in business, under the firm of BULL &. 1'
-
lot deny it-for the purpose of binding those who troops MF-SSRS. DAMON & LYNCH are m d.ih an- of every description.
PRETOR1US -
and offer for sale
are now receiving
look names not accrtainf.'d-the squadron ofT Vera during atf ...: from LACOUNTS TOOTHACHE ELIXIR ., a ; a
tv. them for a confirmation of their political agutiti inv <- the Swilt &. lluilbut 1Wall'r'lrt.cf. choice and well selected assortment ot Goods, at the
faith Stat,. FKANC1SVIILKHII.. > a'nl) sjiee-dv cure for the fRost distressing Merchants s -
Cruz consisted of the Potomac, Uaritan John Draper Clark A Co. Commission and corner ol Clinton and Monroe street, opposite the
.
But what would these spotless Mints and philanthropi Adams Albany, Pz-incetonanui a fleet of small March 20, IS 17. :t: uinplaint th.:it can atllict teeth tl>e sln.nl human l frame.hl.'llhot No peron this Dealer- in Boniuts Palm Leaf Leghorn, Panama Phccnix Buildings, and known as the Blake corner
"U have do'rt l he- who ha decaynl I Silk, Brush and Wool Hats, Caps &c. &c.
us they so stupid as to Fur
where will to their old Irieiuls
crafts (Jen. Scott had been they pleased see
expected daily :oti't'. the toothache could
here rt.tnf'tlv."lIIl' have supposed
that the withdrawal of our troops from Mexico No. 31 Nassau street, opposite the Post OlTice.
and all those who dextrous of CHEAP
a:c purchasing
woulil lead to peace' Did we not once withdraw i our for some time-the ships and troops would rendczvous J[ D. \LBRAITH is Tn) Agent lurmj wj ahsence lint bl"rlro..lilhout extraction. This is, however GOODS.

1'ttle Vjuadron from the gulf, in order that Mexico it wa said, at Anton de Lizardi, but from nor idol.Pill a ini,t.ikti. The e-xperunc of I lie thoJ.alltb110 ROlimi*, Slriir Goods, Artificial FlotrergSfe. They are prepared to MANUFACTURE, in the -
be LIP T. harm, given t this runedya trial and \\ li.i have declared Hcnde' A.. Co. 170 Pearl I
condition for PHAIICK. John C. street.
might in a to treat a settlement of the place of debarkation would not be finally rson latest and most fashionable style, any garment that -
our difficulties Certainly we did, and the result March QD'), IS 17. 33Atluihmiistrmlor's. 3t if it cost J-IU IoCr' i..l. they would must be William F:. V.'hiting A Co. 122 Pearl street. establishment -
settled until the arrival of General Scott-it be ordered at their and will as. 4
was, Mexicugot time bthe mano-usreto march \, il hoot it, proves conclusively i : !'hat extraction i- noticcei may
army across the the Grande, and murder citizens an of wouM either In- at Anton do Lizanli, 'J miles > Sale.A ire, J.lllnl, t the liHilhai' t'.IIII. cured anti WhoUtalr Draft"ilPalm Leaf and Straw G0o.1I.1 sure those who may patronize them that they will. J, -

the United State their soil Iw-s from Vera Cruz or Sacrificios. At I t lie teeth sa td 'for useful purpeiMS. .. t tluMalhctfil H/2 IVarl street. endeavor to give satisfaction in every respect.
upon own kill I opposite GREF.AIILY: to an order of I he Ju.l'{(- of Probate George Bridges, Their assortment i in ,the
even pretend now, that a ilifTcrent result would <,1-! either of which place. it would become under Xi. for G.lll..d''lI Countv', Flondj, I Ihall -rocc-ed to t try, snul .ati isit theriM Ives. I It costs but Vents u I comprises, part following- -
Frrnrh and EnIii! Broadrlothx
low a similar withdraw. We must cue up Te\a-, from the of the sell I before the Court 1 Home do<>r, in I the t ,\\ii fli| : 1"-'"vial with a'lInt'"l's.an directions lor ""l'. Importers t'f Lace 7iW.., \ntts, Gfvrct, IL'sitry, Superior -
in her language, or fight it f.ut She has never old complete protection guns ships Quillr. on Saturday, the 17th div of .April l't 17, I The pu'ilic may re-i' asure-sl l t there is no danger in Ci'arats, ,''. Do. do. CASSIMEK-s ia. do. FANCY do.J'ETL'GX. .
us, and never intimated -Santa Anna had left San LIIIR, early in Feb. the of! this icu.edv F"r sale l 1\ .
to u Miice the war ln-san two negro slave, to wit : Mary, a girl, iIK."t\ 1 r. teats ai. iilicjlion J. A. UnderwtxKl, 121 Pearl street.
that Ihe would xttle upon any iithertertns. Do tilesc wary and it was said had proceeded north, of age ; Zack a 1 Ixiy.alioiit till; year-4 uf a.e. *S..ld '- LEWIS i. A MILS: : I Sattin, Silk. Tclvrt, (Clolh. Woollrn Trlut do.

federal croaker want us to giu'p one of the :tate" towaids Saltillo, with a portion of his armywe for a distribution ( the heirs of the estate ol March 1 KJ:/, 1 S 17. 31 1 Tallahassee.Jaiot I"'rortt'rs.'IIU1fnrtllrfTl and Dealt in HotitrySitpeiidirs RWY..LDF. CLOTIlLVG.-Fiue Black -
-
of the Union for the sake of K-aceJ They would! remain incredulous of his intention Archibald BlacL, dt'cea'4f..1. (Starts, Crarats Scarfs, Cttjis English and French Dress and Frock Coats, medium
teem (o. It would be in keepmxth their tor. to at- E. S SIini'ARD. Adai'r. ICeroivedif Oil SjlkstueA.s, IJHentSff. &,'c. quality do., French Cas imer Sack 'i-as.do. '\veeif,

character for hem to say to. tack Gen. Tailor-indeed the situation of his March -20, ls7.| 3'. n HIID<. bacon; Sides '->O< doz pt bot Scotch Ale! Charles !!. Hatch: No. 07 William street. Black Brown and Plaid da. Surt.iut and Overcoat-

But this will not bo djae. Texas is a part of the army as described by his recent proclamation ;3 ami! Shouldersfll qt Porter I: Stone& Gre3t''n. 1111> William and CG John streets, PANTALOONS of ev cry description. Lirge srrt-

Union and will remain so. And the war will be prosecuted forbids all idea of the kind, and even throws nllleCoi for SONE '. :! hhiht! suj','rior llatis ft'J' bbls Almond, Kr.uili.uts : David A. Herrick. "i Maiden Lane and 7 Liberty ment of VESTS, also i>f Hnsiery, Shirt, Gloves
It must be, he of the ; and! Filberts Cravat ,Scarf ,(\.llor', I Harnlkerihiefs,self C
or. nsress Dinted: some doubt the of of fine Uu;4j with leather top; tnroue c r two 2-I k.':s I.:"). !stteet near William. adjusting
Statec must disgrace i self and the uatmn ("reH'r.- 'I on movement a portion !"!, with Mnse;] t drums; Figs, Stocks, Opera Ties, Su H-iulcrs, Satin Scarfs, &.c -
.
We have been wronged, insulted and trodden upon| ; his army towards the North though this latter made .xpn..ly t.1 order wjth tine or tvio iiirmt'punch I III I5t"P' : Iht!. dril..1n>ll'-. Impurifr and Manufacturer of Gentlemen's any &.C..JVG. J. 1 IS. BFI.L.
urnesses.
we &u't t redrew our wrongsand get an acknowledgment -I I fact is asserted in the Mexican pajwrs, with .\.,", one fine Rugy and I Hjri ,i4, without/ :to SHrm Candles, < to -i-ske-ts ChiinpaijirieU'me. Lollies Furnishing Goods. November 21 1, IS 1C. l* J. PRETORIUS.C. .

of our rights or stand before the wrrld as anI much confidence-the force that moved with top. Apply to J. K. }'tiIlltTNf -oIl1..I 1.-, alt. ,' ". M. Tracy 12S Pearl Street.

imbecile ,nd cowardly people. If more men arc him is stated at about 10,000 March: 2'(I, 1" "7. 3". y> bEds WhiskeyFebmary I I'f'r sale bv CAIOAUD, Jr., -

wanted, let congress authorise their enlistment. II Sc'eral"UCJA men. ItII.. & D. W. I'OT. Importers of Combs liwhrs Cutlery Punch, TNFORMS his friends and the public

nare money let it be raised. Let the I he be given to have recently evaded the I Mate of Florida.IN 2'., IS47 31DR. KtiKtM and Get'man Fancy (V
the federal assertion quoted in Mexican papcri that ; blockade,. and got into Alvarado.__one with avery : CIIANCCRY. TilE CIRCUIT COURT --- --- --- --- White X Tasker Ns, Ill and 113 William street of Monroe and Two Hundred Foot -

w. cannot raise money or troop The people are I valuable cargo and another a Spanish FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY. IILLL'SCOUGHiOZENGESl Washington Stores. streets, nearly opposite the Court House,
not anxiou to be taxed but they are willing to !be, and Cook. fc7 Pearl opposite the Pearl Street -
for the brig, as reported, with 40,000 pounds of Hampden S. Linton Complainant Lvman u a where smuay tie found a general assortment
prosecution of a just war. They are willing powder atd 4000 stand of 1 louse. of genuine DRUGS ANti MEDICINES. Every attention
to make arms on board. v*
some sacrifices for the sake of their
country ; I
I to order of Physicians and Planters.
to There had been three Catharine Eliza Smith, John M. Smith and Richard paid
sanction measures which may not be the best that norther% betweenthe II. Harrison Defendants.TT Imporlnawl .Manufacturer of Fringes, Gimps, All articles warranted good quality, low for rath.He .
could be devised for the sake of promptness on the 17th and 23th February. The thermom. Cords Zepfiyrt 1I t'orsteds .c. tfc. has just received a supply of ShERMAN'SWORM.
part of T appearing to the Court by the affidavit of com the relief of coughs cold,consumption,sth-
But the congress. eter on hoard the squadron, and in I he coolest plainant that the defendant. Catharine Eliza FOR whooping cough, catarrh tightness of the D. A. Booth 1UU William street. COUGH, CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC

conge people will not sanction the course which I positions: ranged from 82 to 60. The vomitoit Smith i i. a non-resident of the State are! resides in lungs or chest bronchitis and all pulmonary aflecions. LOZENGES, valuable articles, and the most agree- I -
seems inclined to pursue. They want AC- Dealers in Linen and Cotton Threads, CombsButton able form of administering medicines.SHERMAN'S .
South Carolina been sold itlm-
be the State of : Several thousand boxes have \
was thought, might expected in the
-o t debate; men and mon.oy-not w'ord.. They city *, Looking Glasses SfC and Importers POOR MAN'S PLASTERS the
want U itlherrfore Ordered, That the said defendant do in the last six months, giving immediate relief to ,
their and
honor and their interests vindicated and by the 1st April, great anxiety was felt and German Fancy Goods.
appear and anwer the complainant' bill on or In-fore those who have been afflicted with the most distress- ElIllWt.l"rmcll cheapest and best plaster ever offered to the public
i O'iLT. They want the brave men who have for the arrival of the troops, that Opefalionsmight the third Monday in July next, olherwi, the same ng coughs and colds and lestoring to health persons Levi Cook & Co. 13s Pearl street. for Rheumatism, Pains in the Back, Side,and Weak

IIId and followed Taylor and Wool and be commenced and the place if possible will be tai.cn for confessed and the matters thereof in almost every stage of pulmonary aflections. The Pike & Ladd,39 Nassau st., opposite the Post Office, ness, icAlso

dnh. Patterson to be sustained, and not aban- captured 'before the of disease.It : decreed accordingly : ,1ml it uJurtlitr Ordered whole world should know that Dr. lull'.Cough Lozenges DR. FOLGER'S OLOSAONIAN, or ALL-
tb' They want the war brought to a close ; and appearance That a copy of this order be published in some of are a certain cure for all diseases leading to consumption Manufacturers and Jobbers of Umbrellas and HEALING BALSAM.an invaluable article for Colds,

It inUIt may be b*. they want it prowcured with vigor. would appear that many communications the public newspapers printed in the State once a They are recommended by.thousands who P rruo/,. Coughs, Asthma Bleeding at the Lungs Consumption -

prosecuted or congrew moat have fasf- have been published in the Mexican papers week for (four months consecutively. hare used them and say that they give relief when Henry Keep & Co. 122 Pearl Street. and its kindred disease*. Pamphlets, contain-

:r1; 'upon the It portion of the disgrace which now alto tending to inflame the minds of their traders, THOMAS BALTZELL Jwlffr. all other means fail. Price, 23 cents per box, with in" certificates from person in high standing, tee.

federal party of the country. evidently showing that in places a hike A true copy : Te te, rull directionsi'or ale bv. Clam Cutters and Manufacturers nf Snlai vecting it*Taluable effects, can b* haJ gratis, by ap-
many Globes and Rich Cut Glass.
C. G. FIFE, Cletk.MntirrlK I.EWI & AMES pyin? a* above.
Qtf-ry Mrl.ra Whigs : Printn't, Dm warmness rel\J.d"llhe community particular I'a. Much tr.. ['P'I' JItn March 13. I 1M7 .11 Tall ah aiS'f'. 'I Turner & Lane, 43 Duane street. rallahsssee.Jaiiuary 10. l'i6. 2r U






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:, .. Extract from the pet of Cmgreu of 3d. 10. The distances- are-given according to the .best t---SANDS' SARSAPARILLA LAND SALES.IN virtue Tax of the Collector'* ? ,,.

: iI'. If" HChcm 13. I information ; but no increased pay will be allowed, PERMANENT CURE pursuance of legal authority, the subscriber will BY the power Tested in m Ui *
" FOR THE REMOVAL AND on second '
fI1 t ".tdbe further enacted That it shall be should they prove to be greater than is advertised if OF ALL DISEASES ARISING( FROM AN for sale at public auction, at the Court House for sale, before the Court Monday ib Mirth ****
: t'ri lat of the Postmaster General, in aU future lcttin the places are conectlv named THE BLOOD of Madison County between the hours of ten and expose Hooat do
it el ntciifortetran'portationo( the mail to 11. The Plstmaster'Gt'nrral is prohibited by law IMPURE OR HABIT STATE OF OF'THE SYSTEM twoo'clockonthel3thday day ot MAY next, the described city of Tallahassee.or County so touch of Leon, th forj"tk! *

. I } tn* same, in enr'a to the lowest bidder from knowing! making a contract for \e transportation VIZ following tracts of land, to wit : property thereof i n
Taxes
the and doe
t1'' '. JUSt sufficient guirantces for of the mail with any person who shall have: : The S E i of Section 23, } State County thereon for
faittfupformnce. Obttmate
J I .! without other rfrnc to tb I entered into any c.mhination. or proposed 'o enter Scrofula or Kings Enl Rheumatism, The S AV I of Section 21. i[ In Township No. t. lS4tI :
r taM.I the
. I t pcrtaticn than may l necessary provide (or IhI into any combination to prevent the making of any Cutaneous Eruptions, Punptet or Puttulet on The N AV i of Section 2', f Range No 7, S t E. EISW.l.SecfiT2R3NandE.,
I I .: due-celerity, rertaintv and ecimtt of such tran'Iblo ml for a mail contract by any other person or persons Face Blotches Bile, Chronic Sore Eyes, RingWorm The N E I of Section 25 ) to belong to Wesley Forbes. Trustee, fce.

I I. ; nor shill any new contractor hereafter b* or shall have made any aareement.or hall have given or Teller, Scald Jleail Enlargement and The E i of Section l.Townslip 1. R 8, S&. E. S i Lot No. 179 original plan of the city of >.

i'' iiuiml to purchase. or take at a valuation, or performed or promised to give or perform, any Pain of the Bones anti Jointt, Stubborn Ulcers The AV i of Section 6, .. 1, R 9, lahassee. purporting to belong lo Wm. Mane
and Lots Nos and 2Zs6 Nurth
; Sciatica or Lumbago 233 addition
I .. '49 lock or vehicles of any pre\ious contractor lor consideration to do, or not to do, anv thing whatever, Syphilitic Symptoms use of.,r,. On the ISth day ,f M \Y, at the Court House of hhassee, to belong to eif
Diseases from an injudicious purporting estate of
: l1. same route" l t to induce any other ;person not to bid for a mail contract arising the *will be offered X.
, *} 3J-: Bi..le.will h.oreful to read the form ) I. Pditicular attention is called to the 2-lh section cnru.1setteor Dropsy, Exposure Impiwlencetn Jefferson County following tracts landS.
for sale
.' Chi' CO/t.ditutionallJiordtn. vn : c4T2.R2NandE; WiSAV4.Se, ,
Life *} otuc
u.f tie art of 1'J'i.; prohibiting combinations to T
I ;r mstPJ'-tinns appenk-d to thi advertisement The ,
: The W J of SYc 13, } R2.NancIEENE 4Sec9.T
.1; '.; .. are >'i. . by which the inteil to conn'v the mail 12. A bid received after time, 10 wit : the 10th JL known in the history of Medicine, differing entirely EAT
.t j : March next at 0 without the required in its character and operations, from the va- S Jof Sec 31 ) 4, Sec 3, T 2, R 2. N and E containing 9-50- "J
guaranty
a. m
the size and of the mill the
,, weight or speed
The N } of Section I;. Town 2, Range 5, S & E. purporting belong AVilham Hall
firm the sch. dulos, it, the by law er that combines several routes iJl one noiw preparations Sarsapanlla which have beenat andt the San*
. .:.;f .. will be made for cnich.bal, MPmOost.require or railroad covevance.as sum of conpeimtion, cannot be considered in crmpetilion different times offered to the public. It acts specihcallv On the 2'th day of MY, at the Court House of sin Life Insurance and Trust Company. *>

.! ." Ihe case ) b*; and,consequent lj, I I with a regular proj'osdl not adjudged) to be upon the vfhole system, thereby bnnnini it Gadsdeu CUllnly.tbe following tracts will be offered i Lot No. North-west addition tot tie ti
: :. routes be let tobidspioposmzsuch I mode of( : cxtrna-'inf un lor its direct and immediate influence Although for sale, viz. Tallahassee, purporting to belong to H.}f. Li1j1

:! : wi In all other cases the rontiS will I Iv 1:1.:t .\ hil ler tniv' of.! 'r, where the transportation pos-ies-iod of powerful healing effects, yet it is en- In Town-lnp 3 North Range 3 West. Agent ,
:t.+ Ycyance.im&I to bids I he cheapest mode of tratiI cille l f.r in th..IH.rti.I.lIIl.nt l duTicut! or impracticable lard harmless so that it cannot injure the most delinte Fractional Section 5. All of Section IS. Lot No 2. Sec 32. T 2, R I, N and AVr i
"::1.1 li portation.I prorong I at c
I t : ? I mode <.1 f ceuivevar.ee, < r to itermif service a SVTI, !f"t.t is |lr".IleNi 1 bv its lass except an increase of appdil Sh&NW4Sec s, All of 23, T 1, R 1, N and AV., containing 232 acres, n *

&k;{ TROPOS FOR CARRYING THE MILS () i ( tied number tf d.\ '. we.'!.. ,.r ino-itlis I He rnt ; ; but whendi-eise is seated in the frame anti All of Section I1;, I I All or. 21. in; to belong to A. F Duval and the Cm->

:) : the Mates from the 1st of Julv, 1M7, t j I |'rop< 5 e to omit lit u' o,tjr(' that iiiia, 'T.'...!bl,., "r u cirrviiii: la-t its victim alons! ; the path ,'f life, then All of" 17, Florid

t .. : the 3vti!Unite Ju.. I 1":1.t inclusive, wil i b! re-ceived 1 I lit)? in the stj!e road, the ril\\i ', <.r xt a ,teir.boii its mv!(.'nous influence' is 'lilt and st en ; it enkindles, In Township :2 North Ranee .1 West, AV i S AV 4, Sec 31, T 2, R 1, > Iny
St :.t, the contract oFi-e ol the Pot Departmeat "I : landing, as tlw! cae miv N ; c r I he; mav' of 'r :o In bMiJutean m"\v ;q ili-. mutt vi ifJr. and b-uu's I health and strength All of Vction 17, I All of Section 9). AV i N E 4, Sec 27, T 1, R 1, N and w"mg

. t the city of \as'unc'on. until \', a m., of Ihe II I ; : !i interior mot'e! it' sup;'1 Iv' inMirlicases. I lit to the s I'lrtns!! ; a id Ii.'ea-ed. Fractional Section 2, I| 100 acres, importing to belong Darid W"-Rj48"?

I, .:. Mar'-lu I*ti. (t.t.decided bv the 1-t (lay ot .VpnlOT > I WiV projuwt( (!'if; r",1 t .il4V. antI) h. ,irs i.f ilepirtnrf TRT' in is SrRxM.rR TM%% FIClJo"tF.T 01) the 3ht day of MAY, at the Court House of son and the Union Ha k cf Florida
: the and time : anti arrival. i.', ti! .. ruT'oi I time is ., ',I'I.! Ivns 1 HFMSFL.V FS.- The follow- Lots Nos Tl, 75,7'J and so, North HfioB
r"'ites a:id in the miiner hcr'ir s, ecitud |ii i ;I' i:\re Z > Tin S-PFMI >on Jackson Count, fallowing tracts will be offered! ta A
"rl MI : i l l ami it i* ui., 110"t,1 no mail ri n'u xi< n or < thijiub'ir mirfiti':nteisdilv ..nother I link in t the great chain \'iz city of Tallahassee, purporting to belor wb r7

; .. I FLORID I !: '! arc'nn'd! thou is pr<.(iidiri ,i. I l'he. m.v: n--k .I t&.tutti.ny tn its r.nt:4. Let the afH:rt<.d read andb for sale In Township: 5 North, Range I 11 Wt'st.11 K. Walker, Trustee, tc m

:'j ". 3":>01. From <5t\uastint. Jacksonville an.1 for more ru 1111114 tun.' lo I be irs'>, d'im;s i s;" nil,'dnurntnrut : contiuicetl.hat it has d.flue once it will (h \ of 't'tion 1. S 6 N W 4. andS SWN W 4. Sec IN T 3.R 2. N ard .

t KirkliTitlta St. Mar. 's, Ga., t"J< mils and (' i' : elavs, at certain 'oa..n. rot( {'cvulnrlv I I"J a.un. i and X E lof See 2. W of X I: J. ,ng 40 acres, purporting to belong tothek. n'j
, ', % a week. roa
i Leave St. \uri-tm: every \Ve-lnesJi} at 2 a m, arne I : :, ; vice diiTereiit from 111" .Iveitisinierl will f'reventi'sbpin i.nv rertilv' that mv s'10. now az d seventeen N i of" I. SW4ofScction 21. A. A. FIShIER, Siterir
;:'j at St :1,ni' next day' bv 12 inLeave ? j; con;i.lend in r m>*titn'n with tt'ruhr! :i'l I ha* btcilor: t ten -rears oIlllct.'d with tie rofulous .W60fNF. ) sior 23. Leon County and e x offiay Tax Collector, ,

L St. Marv's every Thur dij' at 1 p m, arin' | : not set a"idefcrextiav "unite aid where a bid ountain hut ir \l Ilie i.. > ofsosetars' lie had the measles And %VofSE l. S &NV.Sec 2J. December IMS. 20 tIjJJj

1. tat St. -utstint next day bj lip in j anv, .f the a'*.vealU.ration.j, I heir <*Hi'Ivantaziwill s \vhirh pro'ubl ca'l"'t..l! this humor to make its ap- Section j, ) \n of Section 2i. Upper Siiwnnnre

t 3502. 1rnmSr.\ti'itint.by Vew>5rnvrn:..Sl.Lucie j I !tOf' tinnted in cotnpirm; it wi'h oilier p..'j'<>- [>cnran i- III a most "ui:nlar v\ .iv', covering his hOfI l) All of Section 1, All or 2'J. Spring,
.i t and Miami river to Key \\ost O 4 back twice a month. I1 There .11'JIII.l 1 II 'fIt one Torte laid fur 11 a proposal iiletl! a I) letor Medicine I ., anti. examined him -
f ; Section All
.r. 5. of3
, : Leave M. ,\'iZntitte on the I Ifct and I'rih of .dl : 1 : thrudivs j m H:ic" es-noii.: and) not 1I1IIl'r..talil"'r! Ins I .' a -'... Allot 21X forming his friends and th- public tkli
i "< month rri"et Key Wo>t in eicti A\*. ( j i ; \'t I lie fOur"'. tii. *erv !trP, ttf v"arlv j.,iv.thert:ud..r ens -> on, W J of 10.11. .' 30. 1 I' has tikf a isram- on the above
"1 Lea, : \VetoatheSthantt3dofeaehmonth, I ; '. nimearid resih-nee. anti the nam f.t eirJiifietii'f II'-"n betiii; a fl..i.lt.nt..r (that cil\. After a Long NV4&SE4ofSecl2, .'ullef :11. ment for a term of years, and will be prepared tocomtnodate
4 : ; >c
. :: I. ;I arrive at Key\uritine; in soen dns i j : : 'f the firm, wh..re t r, nmnv .,t,'r., ho.lhl l .edi ind critical exiijiiuatioti, having more thai tlnrtv' J: & of NV 4. II. All or 3'?, ill who may favor him with their wrona .
J ; Proposals for icc once a month be co.i.- ; tmrtlv .110..1-.1| o tie rnxlc <.t nvunn. if a sit At.r t"i,--d.r-; l g-uut lemon with i t Ir t in at the su inc time i i E: i of Section 1::;. illof 33. e. As regards the mineral qualities cf the,,.
\i i
I'
! ; l ered. el .. J l.iz'ur' i tMiC! turn ".i rttltack is il'r..lotl.\! lie pioiiiiuncott it Srolnlj, <'r KIII. 'ot Lvil. The \lIl'[ 17.I1..f I 31. ter, they cannot be sjrpassed by any watering pl ,

a. .t. From M. A'itine to 1'icolata, IS mil ) 1 J' llu b'd >!'ioii'il In -tut uil,'r-H..:!. ;iliie .f
;, .- 3o.bjrk, once a WCH K. : ; 'I tftlte FirSt ,\-,;sMnt Po-ilnaoter (:..;i(',11. with I.It'lI.1: ; thiits from that ti ne. I lie Ir'w worse until All of If 1!. .\1I of .j. day of Much. Charges wi.l be moderate,and crnt
.. ; Mail .a'' ill tli". 5tste of .. __._ Jim, of I Ii:17, il then lits li, affected I in f
: St. .iiiistine .ven' Tut-dsj at 7 a in, a- Prepo- --- \ti\\nltelii a :us .t't'"me : .\II of" ). attention will be paid to the conf>rt cf all who n
; La. dal l h 1 rLtavc tl face of the li'!. r J'id sluml| l I.. d.'atrhe..1 l in c"n.l.w.l."f" I the, urcurv llu' hid l..tnirivenlnm. West favor him with their The
.: IVoInt v In TJwnlhip.1orth., Range comparr subscriber
I '.i .: rre Picohta t'v.n'. Irntu Ins uiu'er-jaw in Fractional Section II I I. J fractional Section 2-!. provided with good and faithful servantsfioestahlo u
tU 3 m i t oV 1.\1.01. i 1.1. the t rst phce, as hmre am an J- ,:dish walnut a piece I and attentive hostlers
St. Au2'i"tme next : by a I All of 23 I
.. .I: ( Proposals, : for twice., al"l( for three tines a week 1 7. The cort'r.ies; are te be execnted bv' or ba." ni trim Ins "or'lwa.1 is 1 i.stcsas a si\-cnce, and a {piece In T IV, R 9 W.II of Section ISIn Invalids laboring under the following disease*nn
: I i illS! M Julv n'>t tj trim lie.ir I il i.s' crown ol Ins In ad, It then went to
; will be rest assured the will rtfect fur
and E of Spring them
1. trricc. Cln"idtrfl T 5 N.RlIJWt'ot. NIudSW: 4, i i p.
I : ,; :; 11. trin ( utrety., b>' Fort Harlee, Xtw"J j j IN l'oattnat-r'. at <.t'i!: (s situtnl: I 11i'on or near I the tin'k ind -ule, and di-M li r i'd in three places. S E 4, Nv G. Allot Section 11 manent cure- Dpepsia, Diaberns, Prolapej, ,
'. [ niJrok, but r ore. linn ihlv rixUfum .l lxjt.. 'rMIl I1!: nf to one ot Ins. I liinb-i rat m i in ron.epunre -
_ nan-.tilleatid Elltstille, to Allatl'r. S'Ij miles a.N! .1 | ( Sella ; These lands, selected for the Sale! many Jean all kinds of Scrofula, Scald HtadTetter, and thennous -
C ;'.1 ba<*k, once a week I ||I %ill. tminctliit Iv i tor tlu' Ntpril, n.xt. report :. of th.. nlctritn, the ninnies and cord since, and Iing in agreeable neighborhoods, are painful disorders of this class.
J : Leave GartvV F rr% every l' e-day at 4- p t:, aro : j I fact to th' ,! n 'rtn, .*-"t, slating th<'ir xact dis fr.'" Hit b/nes ol I Ito ankh! -joint on I 111'- tack piltI'e .- I verv valmble) The Dancing Saloon will be in readiness foriQ
( \llisatorne\tdavbv lin! i .( froin Ihe r.,i'o' ,!'eeH', and) IMIV itrenvi: i"l' I bid at one tnni fifteen running sores or i issue, I TERMs"One-fourth ca-li and the other three- who are fond of this graceful and pleasmir exrrciM.

' ,.( \ Leave .\lli. tor every Mondav. at 2 p in, arrive at : ': supplied with th. III d. to onibt- ih., P."tnn-tir j i fret hue, :jla: !isol the throat and tliose pi.ices I have fonrtlis ill three annual in-talmenU, with interest FRANCIS A HIJ.OX.
t ; ( direct 'b.. trfls r s'I ] tn t ri-ilf from incntioncil? I In l !i I lived I ill Por.rnl.llth.: :\. II I
: Garev's I'tr't div bv !',. a n. ?, 'I.I j \ I"II. from the date ot sale payable annually in advance ; February 27, 1517. T? 3m
'fitrl: Pro oah for t"ict. aNo for three (tines a week railroad% bv ca i.it'---ng 'r->, tr"tn ant 1 alter the :w.llu' w is alt.trke.1ith. a Rheumatic I rpver which the purchaser to give bond with approved sec'uity. *,* The Journal"f, Tallahassee u Adrertjitr"
J l ( M Ju'v! Df'xtly s,ttlul t I ot his i hips i wlnrh swelled! ,
will be in om as large; as I "Times," Columbus "
: service con.id.'re. or if any purchaser shall prcf to pay up the whole Apalachirola, \Vhi"Gn&i,
.
From to 70 I Tiiderthea ot 'to'l March l-l', iii- riuutt.' i. three of the other Irtin sunder Medical treatment, "
; 3' : J.ck 'mnl( \li.tor. price ill ca"h, a discount shall be allowed of five percent Flag & Advertiser, Montgomery, will please copy
k. once a I be kt t" the 1 J..w..t l difrr. lendeTiiii! SUlFA il lituaralutirs the cue him l.tllllJltlwIIITItillt' lost his reason.- instalments" week for three months send
wttk. on the credit once a one paper ten-
! ; : Leive Jar .-( 'i lie, every TuesdivatCp m, arj'e I for t.titlfllll.I..nrc."t.lIh'lIt| oilier TIt(.! I hi.t .une atIu'1..I.! and sei.f for a ThomsonianHi JOHN BE.\RD, taming tie notice, and their bills for the same a
, at Alhzator dav bv' I- m l .(.'rence to the itt di.! t tri.'s.i.rt. .* : Itt Register of Public ands for the
sl ; .. to iii1'r I the di I 11 ho llnrd time be attirked with tins frverin
rv wis
: Leave. .%thiittretcry Monday at 2 p m, arrive at 1 pros lIf'.It"rity.nrt..mt.', State of Florida.Tilaha .
t Jacksonville next day bv' y a m I .. iTtiiiiv, ol Kieh tn' .",.rt>tie>it. l I', l .*, vvlieii hearing of Dr. Sinds' Sarsaparilla and Slate Tax Collector's Sale.

i :..'! Propo-al* for twic", also IT three time a \eek I When the .,,*,--* l ui j.r.'|M.. a tn..,.. of (.."tn'\- IN-., -. perl!'f llv satis'u: :1 that all other medicines had ... !The"see Savannah, February Georgian d, 117 Charleston: 2J \lerc'J'Y.!"Jm BY virtue of the power re tid in me by law, I

service oil tin ro.tt. wi l considered '<> thit is im.It ;'It'I..r the r.>nte n re-sjw' t. iu-! l.ul..I.i.III I a enr*, I s>.nt and procured six bot- and Columbus Times, will publish! the above sixiveeks shall expose for sale, en the fourth Monday ia

4 3:'J ;. From t'iatl S by C >r.nze Sfl-in.Z5, Fort Kinl. : : 1 i i rrraintv.tnntv.\ arid i,t'rit,1'! flue tmuatl.. ;iitutruin <- tl.., atui bv. the tine tie bid tiken it all I considered i and send their account* to the Rezister of .\uguit next, before the door of the Court llcujjRoch's
V and Fort Foa- : anv a'C'f'tllU.I.tliGtI; fur travelit it will be IIIITI -!M. Those he.tied he became bright
,. Lon S\'amj. ahumka, I crt Dadc nit n- w. places Public Lands for the State of Florida," at TalhhasJEF Blur, m the county of Washington, Stattrf
4 tcr, to I't't m..t? and b.ck. once a \eek. I i t.: the r. .. ind !IIVt'I -coh'r eaineti Ins taco and lips-from Florida, the following described lands, or so much
.. : : Leave Pilatka. .everv Tue-dav at 1') a In. attire at 1 l I J. When the tutu! dot- not mine i 1':1",1. of r."%1',. I that tnni t till the I!all ef I hll.I his complaints never 'ce. thereof as will pay the State and County tain due

: Tampa next Friday bv: :p m I ;' it will be taken :and nd,'r.t'xl tube. tor the In uhl..lliltu.t that t line u he became el,'af, which F'FRSOX COUNTY on the same for the year 1 -10

Leive Tampa every Tuc-slav at 10 a in, arrive at I I .' mode t! ri.ivevanee., is> wit : on lh>r< '!>;Hk tout.utd until la-t \I..rch. when IIM right eve became Tax Collector's Sale. 64 J acres, lying its HulmtVIley, purporting
'. ,, Pililka ont Fndav bv.' 5 p m ; % hen it pnpovsto; tarn' accordi s to tlu. ad\ r. aflictt-d : from that to the' left evecovering the belong to the estate cf A. B Blackwell

: ; I'ruI'oSllj fur twice a week service will be con uJ- ; : *.\( and) no moi'e' ot( nvvante' islati'lf.>r '.isrl,t II t the es5) that he was in a great measure BY virtue of anthontv vested in ne by law ]I Also, 4f>0 acres, Ivmg m Holmes Valley, purport
.' ; credo route in the ,u'\'rti..r'mp'lt.' it will he considered! d'prin..f of siht.Kntl'il expose for sale, before the Court House ing to l' long to G Sweet

..::,_ :;). From PiUtka.bv' EnUrprito Mellonvilk, I l I ofi-rinz tillfor !1..I..I..l.k convevanre. i I :' tint Sand,' :arsininlla wn the cmlvmne'liiiti door. in Monticello Jefferson Countv.nn the Also, '*jt> acres, purporting to belong to the eats

,l i 12: miles a:id bi.:k, enice a 'week ( 'I 21 1. inrellu;; j'j.-ateof tle-!: act ".f \loI rrli :J. 1-i'i! i th llt: had ever eltne In in any' c,,ci l, I applied First Monday in July n'xt. I cf Joseph M White, and lying on St Andrew's aj.AI .

Leave Pilatkaevt-rv Tu" da> at I'} a rot arrive ?! ( new decrit.tioll <*f ti.l 1 InIn.; .. n receivetl It -j I'C-J tll Mr. .Fow!I.., .\p"t'lecarv', at 15-Nton for nore He the following property or so mitch thereof as will -o, lol acres, lying on the head of St Anditw'i

.. .t ,Mellonville nevt dav' by 5 p in I ., nf roods' (f,',nv(vnnre, but 'n:;ues tn carry t laP'I Ins taken hfte-en illars worth which has removed pay the state and County Taxes due thereon fcr the B.IT, near M>.Cor truck's, purporting to belong to-
3. *> Leave Mdloiiville eveiv Thursday at 10 a in, ar- : I with crt.:intv -leritv! antI e'curit, u..ill! the (hue' Inrrnr trout Ins eves and hearing, and ho now sear l" l'l : Collins

,*% I rite at Pilatka nest d,,v bv: :i p ra. 'I t)f tbe I.w These bids arc called trom the.I 1 appears to be cured ai.d radically so. I venlv be- N E 4, Sec 32, and N W 4, Sec 23, and W i of NE JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff

.* 3 J 1'rom Melle nv ille tu New Suivrna, 39imk-" : !' in \tl. .h they arl'ftf'.iur.atl'd..n- (tie l 1 001.. "fI lif-ve all this latter trouble mi lit have been a\'oi.led 4, ss3i, T 1. R.t. N and E., purporting to be. and ex offieio Tax Col. Washington Co.

.* *. and back, once a w'k. : : I d paitment. ''IIr. Lid" It has ht.n.dt'cid..J. if I had continued Ihoronzlv: the use of the '-jrsapar lone to Duncan M Quarlw February 20, 15-17. 31 Cm

?.:' Leave Mellonvillo ever Thursday at 6 am, attire l I r rnaturecon-idtratio'i tlut a'bid proposing a "pe Ha when he was under its mil lence the first time. W i N W 4, Sec 15, T 2, R 4, N & E. owner not

'. 1* s- at New sinvrna irne day bv 5 p mt ific mode ">( ronvevanrc of as high a grade as two These 1 are the simple statementmci the facts of the known. ugirate's Court.

<;', ': f Leave Ne. Smvrnaeverv \\ediKsda\at6arn.ar- t coach trans,*.rtati\n H to be preferred lo (lie cisi ind I 'feel it trv ditty to make those facts knownto Lot No 3, frac Sec 21, T 2, R.a. N &. E, S-I acres IlEJustics- the Second DistrictLeon County,
.* "t.- rive at Mrllonville ame <*.tY by :1 $p m l l bid The ( experience ('f tie, dt'pirtment enable the public tor tile benefit of those who may be .. .< 2 f .4 21.T1.R..X&.F., -a) i T will hold their next Court on the second Mondav -

.-*.. 3',. lom Newrunsville New Riv ..r, 22 rail.- | to lav' down the following rules, vii : atHictcd in like manner : feeling a full conviction the 1.OJ 21. T 2. R ., X & E. s> in March Return day, 2f>th FeNruarj. John

-S" '. and back once a week. bet.'I. j \\ licnthemail on the route; is not s', large as to cure has been efTe-eted solely from the etfect of this .. .. rs ? .. OJ T2.P..t. N i. E.4-Ia's. Wilson, J. AV Sherwood and Robert Ecclw, are the
,. >y. Lave Ne \natisvillecvervednesdaj at 1 t c.,at.t ; : (' two.brre coach c 1"\3nce. a tar bid, if invaluable medicine ., <. lt .. 2'2. T 2. P. ,I. X & E. USacr's. ministerial officers of Court. Under an amazement

.' B live at New River ame day bv S p m. I'JWNf..illlkpreft'rrt'fl to the specific bid II.ANN.Ml W. DECK. 22*. Main st'MijTolft l IJ ing in the bend Miccosookie. Lake near tbe plantation ot the Magistrate's, there will be but one collecting
:* Ixiave New River every UudocMlay at jam. ar- j i 2.f. \\hen this mails are If uch *>i/e and weight as *T. Boston, October I 13, 1 1IO.-Then per- of Gov. Mo eley, owner not known. docket, which will be under the direction of amijr -

Z J % Iiveat Newnansville same dav. by It m. render it mre;"TTV or expedient in ref.'rtnreto. sonallv peared| the above named Hannah. Beck SMITH SIMKINS nty cf the undersigned Justices. Each officer will
t 3510 From Nc.vnansville bv' Santa f'e. and F.>rtFannij alone, to privilt, two.In.rse. coach convevance and mid! solemn oath that the above ct'rtiicatp. bv Shff. and er officio Tax Col Jeff. Co. be held responsible for the papers put in his Lands

", : ta Cedar Key I* miles and back one a sjiociiR |iit 1 though; I he lujust. will be prefer her subscribed and statements therein contained, December 5, 1..1.; 2" hin fcr collection. Office, for the present at the Court
'. WPek. I to the star hi.l. to tl e xltnt of a r.. .rite i'lf! are tr'le.. IJfi re lie, Hon e.

.... : Leave \e'.vnan;vile! even Wednesday at 7 a tn, ; 'ncin the r"IlfI'u-.Iil'll, in ca-e the di! tin"nee XMLS RICE, Justice of the Peace Notice. C E. BARTLETT, J. PJAS .

_. .. arrive at Cedar Ke i next dv by 7 p raS" I not such i" to mlf'rft.itll thee l'.lif' (. the new' For further pirtirnlar and con.lu-ive evidence of SIX months after date, I shall present my final ac BARRY. J. PEDASD. .
"_. Leave Cedar Kev every Friday at .ia tn, arrive at ., which looks to a r<'dm.tiuu in the cot of trms- it""' .rvalue and efficacy, pamphlets, which I. and vouchers to the lion. Judge of Pro M. WEST, J. P.

4t ., Newninsulle next dav l Lay p in I j : F\r: i.fiops, h"w4'r. may be allowti mivn; !.Main.\ \enfs, gratis bate in and for the County of Jefferson and apply fora February 27, 15-17. 31

i-i 2311 Ir.*in Ncwnin.ile! by Fort Clatk 'tVaea.1totie I 1 t heir the .tir bid itnale by tile pre-etit owner t.( Prepared and sold by .\. B & D. S.\XDS. Druj- discharge a* Administrator of the estate of Clement

.. \ and Micar.'pv, to .'ort" King, 01 miles and ;i ) [ !tock (n the route and it u mauite-t that th in-i', Jim. niton street corner of William, N. Y. \v. Stephens late of said County, deceased SCHOOL BOOKS Ac.TUST .
% ,*; t back once a week. j I I ] I \.ons for |'ref<.rnng the '[M.citibi l do not exist III SoIl al-ohy I LEWIS& : :11T dll.h.J"1'IITH JVMES \DSDEN. ,
.\ ,r Leave Newnansville eu'ryre.Jn .day at S a in, rae2"J \C.\11.1:: Pflll"01r..la. I-'. H \VIIITINGSt. Marks Monticello January 16. IS 17. 2G Cm received per Pampero Thompson's Seasons,

.t:! arrive at Fort Kinj next day bv S p m. : On rnites ff (Hie 'highest ilas, wlure f>nr- and !.v Dru.ii i"ts t generally throughout the United J school edition, 1 doz. Anthon's Latin Grammars.

'1: t Leave Fort King every Friday at 'S a m, arrive at .e roach or ol"all""at: Iran-.norl3tn is rpquirnl states PRINTS OXL" Fishe s Greek Grammar, Valpy's Greek Grammar,

f* j-;, Newnansville next dv !tA S p m. the si/e and iiiTi ort,inre rf the mails the pref'r- Price, 'I per b,.Mle. 'ix l bottles for ">. Eton Latin Grammar, Mrs- Lincoln's Botany.

4:: 1 : 3i1 12. I rona,'4ho.ie. Ematlila Camp hard i ] for the iil Critic bid will be, if nece i3r\ earns d!I fX>' Th. public. are respectfully requested to re SPRING STILES-1S47. Davie's Survevms. Key's and Cubical Block toSmith's

;:"j 4 : Hnuita'sjiciita, and Chocohatie, to Fort Dad, a createrextent of 'ir7ereice than on the inferior I'umber tl:at it is Mrid.' arsapirilla that has been new Arithmetic,

., i .r, JS? miles and Inck once week.. j mites' sulijeft, hO\u v.'r. to the t.cehitione and I4 nrittintlv achieving ueh remarkable cures of McGutTey's Eclectic Spelling Books,
'5r: LeRe WacahootieeveryTbiinelayat 6 a tn.Uti\ '\' .tatrd thsntI ihtlicult class of ,iist-t..e', to which the hu LEE & BREWSTER Kame's elements of Criticism,

"} V "; at Fort Dade next Sa'urdiiv: Iy 't p in I 2 I. A modification of a (bid; in aviv of ilse (rulia] tutu t.atne is subject : therefore Ask for Sands' Sarsap 44 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK. AngelS Readers, Nos I, 2, 3,1,

;.. *.* .. Leave Fort Dadcvtrv M.ridjv at G a m, arrive at ] ', H tantarikonnt to 3 new bid!, and,; cannot be re- .trilla, and take no other Cooj'er's"irpil, Snnlev's Arithmetic,
in Drv Goods that they
Be leave inform Dealers
.. ." WacaWtio next W..odtocay 15 p in"V i .. ,o as to :it.'rli.,. with regular (0101'(lilion. December 1., I MI;. 2) ly to Juvenile Drawing Bocks, Oxford Drawing Book,
have and exhibiting THE
: received are now at Episcopal Sunday School Rooks, i.c.
3'>13. From Alli 4tII. bv suwann'-e Slioals, tn ) the last hour set 'tnt rceinrr bids -
a l WAREIIOL"SE EXCLUSIVELY for Punted Calicoes ALi>O-Cooper's, Macomb's Military Tactic,
: Blount'rrv. 31 miles and back, once a week | C. JOIIN-.OV,
u:.:' : Leave .Mli;ator every Ibur-Jav at 5 i a in, arrre at l'o..lma"tpr (('11(:31. r W2 r : Jefirev's Essays, Lanetcn Parsonage,

; Biount': Ferry >,atriedav. bv G p m ; POUT Omcr I) 'p.\RTMr>T. !.v. ill I'10.Dceerrber Vf-\Lr.ns INDruts E ca. mgComprisir.g Doctrinal Tracts, Sword Episcopal Almanacs firl1.7.

;':. :.' Leave IHoiint's Ferrv' everv "rid.nat' S a in, arrive 1 ,} 2ti;, | '-I'L 2:; u\ Medicines, i'auutaOils.. all the Brown's Concordance,
at Alligator same dav (bv '; p-m j Reeve's and 0-borne's best Paints,
: -----
: :">11. From \IIiztor, bv White S'nn;;. Jasper j I ( .\1 CHXMLCRS, ? Toilet \rtirlf\\ Perfumery, if., Window Glass, New Spring Styles, Camels Hair Pencils, No 1, Saucers of Color,

... JVnton W. dland! Cherry Lake, Clifton and AuCilla. -!, ,"n,1aa'ie. ..' I;, 1S17 5 P U-fYF.RIt' BRt SUES AND COI.OR, Of Brit h. }French and .luifncan Manufacture : G Jd Pens, Extension Points, Velvet Bead Bag,
and backonce avvftk. wlucr ADDITION to their usual stock, render with clasps. New of Cards in variety
to M'> iticello, Irq JmiU-' Young A Johi.sun, games great
< lt< \Varc A.C.
., Leave .N'li'! ltjre"'rr.dru.'SoJay at 1 pro. attire l AP'tlieeai'ies' > their assortment one of the most beautiful and attractive &c, for sale by P. A. HAYWARD.
..' : it MoiitKello next Friday' bv S p In. I I' j Delila 11urnnlru.ts) I Petitun f{r Divorce. I TII I I E above constant lv on hand, and for sale at the in the city ; and havirgbeen: purchased Februarv,27, IS 17. 32

-.: ; .4I. Leave Monticello every Saturday at Sam, arrive Delila J.In..m. I l low e-t market prices. FOR CASH A\D) SHORT CREDIT,

..-, p at Al.iator next Mondiv by 12 m. j : this case, ill "nlf'rc'! s that this Lilll IM filed and '-arrivals Are offered by the piece or package on the tame DR. HULLS
\\e hrI'Ct"i'f'd late larce additional
i.L 3:1' From Tahahassee, to St. Marks, 22 miles i that the same !lw s<.t for (final hearing en (the fir-t bv terms, at and below manufacturers prices
!liesol, lJiu<*.i.W'-dnincfiind/itiincas\\Yuch
1 .and Lackthree tunes a -venkLeave I ef tic n.'xt \pril (ourl f4r Le.on (Countv, or so pj! Catalogues of prices (corrected daily) are placedin
tozithtr with ol[ the remedies
most
: .j Tallahassee every M'>ndav. Tbur-Jav, and thereafter! rir. tlw tm-rim. as tIle} same can be popular patent the hands: of buvers [jfi: ) 4SY4
( render our assortment the largest and mo t varied in
; : Saturday at 7 a in, arrive at St. Marks same dy bv10am : 1'rorulnl. That tins ord.'r l I'e pubh-hcd in Purchasers will inform themselves of the state of
the State. Allot' which tse utter at the lowest cash
I l i of the Tallabas'te papers (tot the space ol three the market, and be well repaid for an examination, CHILDREN will cry for Dr. Hull' Worm LozVV -
t ,.. Leave St. Marks everv Monday Thursday and t beforejid (utah is-at ).H-fS m
% I : in., July 2'., I 1-tO. i LEWIS & .UIES. even if they do not purchase enges Only read what this medicine bas dcn:
i: ; Saturday, at 2 p m, arrive at Tallahassee same days 1IIOM.\- \LTZF.LL, JIlJ-,(. L. & l>. have peculiar advantages for executing orders "Vus Evlux, Gibson Co Tenn Dec 21ls4i-
: : by 1pm. I j A true cory : Test : for prints which are respectfully solicited .
Dr C E. HriJ. since agent
.:ce 3:IC From Tallahassee, by Newport and St t I I. !-\EX'\, Clerk. C2uUtloii Circuit Court. LEE & :-Some months ycur
BREWSTER
left with sale what he considered large sop-
motor
. a
Mark*, to Shell Point 32 miles and back, three times Lv; JOHN li KILN: IC.. \m. J. Bailey. \diiir de botis non, '
: 3 a week to Newport and once week tile residue jl Januarv 0, i'.j-. _>-, 'imCommission with 111. will annexed, of A Ikllamv 44 Cedar Street. ply of jour Worm Lozenges, but I have sold all oat I
;. Leave Tallahassee every Tllf'Sday. Thursday and l deceaseel J January 23, IS-I7. 27 t2S and could have sold three times as many moretad
7 attire at i\. '1. 'tJAzriiN In Chancerv been supplied to that amour t. I hope you will u0
;:_ ;e Saturday, at a tn, Newport game days by r...
For
2pm. I! and For\\ardin? Itrrhaat, Mar How lid. f\t"x.: : of Joseph RI Sale struct jour agent to leave a much greater supplj
I FARM situated about two and halt nu'rs when he this Their use in nty
comes
Leave Newport Monday, Wednesday, and j 1 a west way again.
every 'j ( \'iwles, dei'd, et atII A
t Fuday at 7 a in, attire *t Tallahassee same dvs [Lj' i Ml Povdns street of Madison Court House It consists of lent family has been of great benefit Edward MrCorcl
,,i 2pm. I V F W-o1lh.I.N. 1.\ appeinnsj to the satisfaction cf the Court by eighths of first quality of pine IaV. about 1(1( acres I!*]. gave I i U\Xr. sELLs the atlidavit tile with I the original bill in this well watered with excellent the first dose awaV thirty wormsMr -
Leave Newport every Saturday at 6 a marrie at I ( (;. RICHM.NG, \M FOR- opened springs', and brought or forty
Shell Point oarne day l Ity 10 m m I I ) WAHD1NG, atttiide l to v\itli proinntnesntn ra.'. that the said Mary Row'le*, J. T.xecutnx Joseph a comfortable dwelling hOll. The outbuildings are William McDaniel had a child whom thep Jsinans -
H. I'ulri; th-c'd., resides l 1 ond the limits ol the would duS.
e : Leave Shell Point every Saturday at 1 p m, arrive ? : TO *) all new, the barn and gin-hnasc "reciOW03 _nd omnnthoas. prcnotinrwl incurable, and aid it
: t j at Newport same day I by 'i p m. I < J>o \V. AKCMF, LITHIM: & HVRRV, Siaf' ot Inridi, and 11' the State Virginia, on mo- There is on the tract a siip m t i,1f orchardof but the child was cured bv maine Dr Hull's womLozences
t tin of I the ilintor tor said comolamt : It ill ordered
Proposals to extend the tri.weeklv' service to Sr. I A. |JI:!TWICK, s. s :uuY. Peaches, rigs, i.c ; also voun vinevard which Yours. truly.
| That the olll I Mm Rowlfs B'\ 't'utrix aforesaid.. LUNKIN.
I : Marks will be considered December r', i-'i 1"; 2<> he last year produced from 35 ta 40 bushels tf fine STEPHEN
:
di! appear; | and answer the original bill filed in tins I Its character fur health Price 23 cent box
--- is pet
; 3117: From Tallahas-te, by Lipona Marion I-mt : I ------ -- icrapes unquestionable
I ct'i"c and t j 'hewau... wbv the sime should not hetevuvml&c. Apply to the Editor of the floridian. the \ fresh supplv t received bv
hamilton, Talofa Madison C. II, Columbus, Mine : .orlr.(. or on prcmsesto ju
| ., \\itlnn four mtl mllis from the date ol the W. MILLLR LEWIS i AMES,
ratSjrinsand Little Riberto A\6lg&tor. 122 miles ; ; I X months alt .Yah'.1 sl.l l acreunt
; 'i / r i.sent LIJ .
: ( j publication of him ordi, e r the simsand the origi- January 0 IS-Il. 2.. February 27 1547.< 32 Tallaha*
.. and back, once a week. and vouehtn.. and a.'{1'1)! to the I HUll:Jul.e .f rnlhill! ill this cause will be taken for confessed ,
-
4 w.pi LeiveT ( I I ,'ln f Alligator in-xt diy b> I p rn [ ; 'lratrax.m the -late <.f GrIn'ilIc: Sheppard. in
in the
be published some published and
i % all ire newspaper Y virtue of the power vested in me by law I will undersigned has constantly on hand WHJL
Leave .Mligalortverv Wcdnesdjv pm. art 1 of said Com,tv :ln't.tHdIU7. B
.Mul I lie Distriet of I' lorida week
a consecu.histi SYRtr
.I. at Tallahassee next da) by 0 p in .\ \IU.1H: Cu. \nI.\\p.: Adin'x.Januaiy : .. once expose for sale, before the Court House door 111 I eneagt any quantity of superior Cjpress
IPr lOur mom n". 37 It
the of Tallahassee of Leon FISH BARRELS the former holding from
I city the first or
: Proposals fur tvvice, also for three times a week 21, 1M7 27 < mXVTIIVMKIa countv on ,
Dated November 27 IMC
AIj: service, will be considered -- -- Monday in July next, the following propertv or so 40 gallons : the later usual Fish barrel size.
i Proposals to run by White Springs instead of Lit. HV "' LIN, GEORGE. II\\\'KI S. Judge, ic. much thereof as will pay the State and Count tax on NewportFeb. 13, l!>47. 30 DAN'L.LADD_
A true
I copy.ttest.,
he same for the 1M6
jear :
a' tie River ill be considered
r' 311S: From w Tallahassee, by Miccosukcc to Mon- I ; Factor aud CoinmUxioii Merchant, 1. R hARRIS, Cleik.Decem' Lots Not 317, 31S, 31'J, 320, original plan, and Just Received by J. R. Fortune

: tirello,3S miles and back twice a week. I I ( N'EW-OIU.I-\XS. !er 12, IMiJ.! 21 4m 179, north addition, of the city of Tallahassee, pur ) DOZEN Ladies fine colored Kid Cloven.

t Leave TalbhaiCe every Tuesday and Friday at G WM. BAILEY, Jefferson, co. ) porting to belong to Davenport. / / 4 pieces rich Balzanne.

'i ;i a m, arrive at Monhcrllo same days by d p m I' KIRKSEY, Fsq, Tallahassee. IILIERENcES.: : Notice. A .'i. FISHER, Sheriff 3 I, printed Lawns,
:. Leave Monticello every Monday and Thursday at ; | LIDD, Esq I', Newport ) months after the publication of this notice, 1 and ex officio Tax Col for Leon County. S Crash,
-; 6 a m, arrive at Tallahas same"dav. by 6 p m Itbuiary 6, 1SJ7 2!) SIX apply to I the Honorable James M. Jilcluist, December 26, Is-If. 23 bin Russia and Cotton Di per,4.C., tf-

Z3'il 1!). From Tallahassee by Mannington, and Dun Jud e of Probate for Gadsden County, for letters of Esirays.j March 6, 1547. 33

cans ville.Geo., to Th.mbville. 31 miles and back i I t IVoUcc. dismission as Administrator: the estate of SusanS.

: once a week I t IX months after date I shall present final ac- Snell deceased. TAKEN up, by the undersigned, about Just Received by J. R. Fortune,

e J' Leave Tallahassee everv Thursday at 6 a m, arrive I count and vouchers to the Hon. Judge my of Probate R. L. EDMONDS Adm'r. instant, at the Plantation be- Per Schrs. Radius and Boston,

r. at Tbomasville tame day by 7 p m t and for the County of Jefferson and apply for a Quincy. December 12, 18-16. 216m longing to the estate of Benjamin Chaires, CRUSHED AND POWDERED SUGAR,
. Leave Thomasrille in Leon coWy, one sorrel MARE and dun-col-
e tve/y Wednesday at C a m, arrive Administratrix of the one
William Rauuw.
e as estate of Soft shelled Almonds, Malaga
.. : at Tallahassee same ay p m South late of said County deceased By the last Arrivals from New York ored mare MULE. The owner or owners will come Brandy Cherries, Dried Currant
3520 From Tallahassrf, by Salubrity and Quincy, I ELIZABETH K. SMITH. forward, prove property,and take them away, or they
Goshen Butter and Buckwheat Flonr,
11,
to Bainbridge, Ga. 43 mAc< and backthree tnni- i TTTE have received of will be sold according to law.
*; a Jefferson County, October 311846. 15 Gm. a very superior style No. 1 Mackerel,Sperm Adamantint Ci week. W C. C. MOORE.
S S :French Black Cloth Scented Sotpi
No. 1
14 hi :t Leave Tallahassee evk>ry Tuesday Thursday and BALSAM 0' WILD CHERRY for Leon county, February 27, lS47. 32 4t* Soap, Family and White
of Cloth _
Superior Starch
Style VVool-dyo Celgate fee. &c.
,
f)4g ; : Sunday 9pm. at 9 a m, arrive ft at Bainbridge same dav. by i February V sale by 20, 18-17. 31 LEWIS & AMES. Bottle Green French CHARLES ARCHER January, 1947. 24

. Leave nainbridg- \ Sunday Wednesdav', and Olive Brown at Tallahassee,and the planta JOHN ERSKJNE.

4. .t1l ,4 Friday, at tam. arrive p'allahaisce aame da}:. by 3 W. @. lrD WtFlif'dJ, Coffee Brown II STANDS Col. R. Mitchell, in Thomas LAW

p m. A Attorney at Law, -ALSOCnssimores -- J .countyGeorgiaat $5, 8M and 915. ATTORNEY AT ,

il fi Proposals (or Kini-weekjy service will be con id3)21. of the latest Style. February 20, IS>7. 31 Quincy, Florida. **
Monticello Jefferson Florida of Ga
4' ered. County, T1TILL attend the Justices' Courts
r From Monticellof by Grooverville Ga., 'to attend the Circuit Courts( the Middle READY MADE CLOTHING. Just Received.A W County, the Circuit Court of Middle FToPj;

Thomurtllc, 31 mile *n4 back once a week. f Circuit and of the Count) of( Columbia of the I fcj-: Call and purchase those who want good bargains. FEW more copies of Headley'i Napoleon and and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Geory

Leave Monticello eYt"rl"Vrdnf."edll.t 4 a m, arrive; Circuit Florida. BULL & PRA TORIUS. A. his Marshalls. Also, a Cue Guitar, for sale by November 22. 1845. IS tf

a Thon unite came day oy 5 p m. August 22, H4' 5 January 2, 1 1L17. 24 January 0. 1517. 25 P. A. HAYWARD (X:>- Sentinel copy.





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