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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 27, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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eminent should b exerted to reinforce the ,

.r the tnilfd! 1 SvUtu passed tl the Mona array, and every resource put forth t cover
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h"jxt lio>t of the Twtnty-ninth fonnu.truBLlcIO. THE FLORID. IAN. the defenceless dfpt in its rar. Disaster

Dow would that baa been doe in

21 that direction, and make it needful to be done I
of the appellate
ACT to regu1atr the exercise Court of the Umted over again. It may L the strategy of Santa ,1
tij diction of the 8urremo Anna to leave the
fever
nsMI. and for other PUrpol'4"l. yellow to fight the

8t&tf'I.adtd b f'naaU and how" of Rrpre- _ ____ __u - -- -- -- --- __ __ battles of Mexico upon the seaboard while

,tnl nas.ernbted fives of 1M I'nilttl That all state and!isingular ff.imanea the' records in Con-ndroceedmg of BY S1JLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1847 VOL %VIII,--1V'0. 3G. us he across puts his the whole Rio Grande.power in Such motion a t;contingency drive '

cisetl" were -
in several
be f ; the courts othhe late Tcrntor, of = should have been provided ains-
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ing m a'undcr' lIuperior and bv virtue tar the act of Confess 1 POETRY.Jleicnttcn had none s'nce; the days of bluff Harry,) to also several books and trcb.--Five-- sixthousand.Chinese FROM TiE AR 11Y.-- ---- But, somehow or other,the eyes of the whole

rfSJ Florid the at\\"enty-tbird. of 1\by, 'igUecn hundred to and the = __ uphold the in his measures of reform, now hear, every Sabbath, nation Lave been turned towards Vera Cruz
Ponti
twatyac bt'entitled t6ithe"Att at}ettlement"and SuP.lemcntary, con fir. for the Floridian. as the ;Prince AJetternich, preaching in their own language. They are From the N. O. picayune, March 14. where deeds of surpassing eclat are expected
s rottdlnc!: for the truth to occur, while the more and
land claims !n }ponds. under LAURIA. grumbles, but dares not find fault. eager and men and means are THE ARMY exposed exten.
mel t'Ion of p I'rlute of an act pnllt1el1, "An act to provide wanted to disseminate tbe Bible and teach its NEWS. hive line of defence has been left to Provi.

: S\ W i Yz niT RUS5ELJL The Departure of Tom Thumb from Eu- truths. Perilous condition of tlM Valley of tAo Rio dence and Old! Zack."

Florida"to rope.-The Liverpool] Times in noticing the Grande-Necessity of Reinforcing P. S. Since the above was written, tho "
Thoughtless of beauty she was Heauty's self"Thaapson. Trading Politicilns.-The Worchestcr Gr.
,, return of Gen. Tom Thumb, in the steamer schooner Arispo brings one day's later news
( of the |lame I Mass.) Palladium has able Taylo' Coum.-Probabc Posiio of the
article
tbe' of appeals ( an in
;thin court of March in the vcaf of our Lord one thou- Young and lively as the roe, Cambria, for America, sap : the action of ref .lrrcan Puce. fro the mouth of the Rio Grande. The ?
ird day fortv-be, and all and BIII u- He by his Mr. erence t Congress upon news Ly her gives a to the inMHgcnce
land eight hundred and Artless a an angel ly rc&s, is accompanied protector Wilmot Proviso The The letters received by the Cinderella, graver aspect t
of the procee-ilpcj l in the several ca- Barnum,and his In taking our leave fJowinr paragraphs, which received before. There are, in '
lar the records Spotless a a flake of snow, parents. were only sent to the office
1 l had been rendered are,unfortunately for the but too faith post yesterday -
country
Ile. in which jttdame.it.ord p As lambkin, tirelessIn of the miniature here, we would glance do fact no later advices from Gen. Taylor's '
,
or beg,le that; dot, and from a bouncing hriel. ful a picture of many of the politicians and morning not impart any greater degree j
courts.on but
said in the I
the
in could hate been sued out,or appeal her gaml>ols l o'er the lawn at his unparalleled success since of the of authenticity to the which camp reports have assumed a moro I ;
of error "party" men dty : reports
which writs which writs ot He has before more have consistent form, and |the opinion that Lattlo
if Jn.rn appeared
dawn, Europe. been a
taken in
been At Aurora's glimm'tinc circulation in ,
have .
could is that with few regard to the
a public m :
had been taken .f0111l ex has been
sued out or appeal maiden crowned heads than I battles aid fought has !become cooviciion. Wo "
had been Was fair and Unely any person Itingthatis to harp been Oat I
error
and
fought
ourt of the UlllttdStatf'S te captions our public n? at this day, are nothing near in
Supreme I another column
to the in the baltillo give ample details of the
and prosecuted to ,
laiden the
of the United States Peck'h with roses-heaty say any person cJitiion bet f-mall on 22d and 23d ult. These let
to the laws; ptdticiam ; men eminently '
according He has been absent from America hetwetn ters founded authentic information received'from Monterey -
dav of March, With the fruit that Ht3H'n yields are the ,
the alJlllrd selfish: who into upon tame
statements
force on men liE for
not
which were in ; ,
eight hundred three and four and weighs no more now g public which the and such specifications Ji '
the of our Lord one thousand On the farmer's waning fulls- years the of the but upon rumors were in circula.tln. a scarcely 1
in year good to living put -
and fortv-five. shall from and sitter the pa.samof Like a fairy from above than the day be left his native shore ; but his country. get a They, however, give leave room for doubt as to the fact that a bat. 3 ;
more the
and maks oftit. the point to .
this act." be transferred to, and deposited the in toll'tncof the district "'a I.aureta. my' sweet lo> ;. intellectual faculties have improved immensely. i:ioney aside public chest ; men news, and a better direction to speculations in tie has occurred. The reports thus far are ,,.
for who
court of the United States ] He speaks French ntIJ-plaJs the n'gect or put measures essential to to the present position of favorable to American arms; but it must be ; jl

Florida. be tt fttrthrr tnacteil. That it shall J In a bower dres "d in (u\"Cf piano-is learning the ti?lin and other instru the of twmty millions of people: that valley rear f the Rio Grande. affairs in the Lore in mind, that fire thous.at men cannot 'Jjj[
AnJ
SPJC.2 calculate! the
chances of !
be the duty of the judge: of the district court
United States for the district of I-londa.lmmt'dlatdJ! I enjoyed my happiest hours, and the principal French cities ; was elected upon the political chess-board ; men who are Mexicans have succeeded confess that much of the confidence we
in
after the passing; of this act, to cause superior the name(courts to be During the t\H'c month cf May- member efthc Dramatic Society in Paris; haspJa'cd ready for any alternative that will promote valley of thc Rio Grando entering the have: in tho success of the American-troops t
of in
notified to the several clerks Jhe With Lauretta. b} me trembling, r o' Thumb and llombaslcs Furi- their indiritlii.il welfare: or put moon in tU.ir cilner large bodiea! I is based the of their "
having in their I intension Hop by ia. upon nlities comtnanJ -
other officers or persons way or some other l
to : Of class the
or in the The pure cherubim resembling else purses. t.is present Congressfurnishei considered arul .J.I nrr*'!
or custody the recordof the proceeding oso, with great eclat, in London and pass hitherto unavailable in a been witl; deteii. that has
first section of the act referred to and described, and And her blue-lit orbs adown where. He has receive many valuable] pre mmy shining upecimtMis. N. Congress military point of view. Shortly after tho armistice never yet coupled

to demand the deliver of the same, to be- depositedas the dewy ground.In of cOld ever show more of them ; and we of From theJ\*. O. I
section of this act is SparkU-djon sents from the principal sovereigns Europe; .Iontff.y was broken up Gen. Commercial TW :
and the said first rtqired mortifieJ in the reflection the democratic
in and by on the refusal of itch clerk or other of- one hand her trembling; lyre has kissed more than a million and 1 a hall,' are tint Taylor (tcs. Patterson and Quits FROM THE AU.MY-LATC. AND VEUYJMPORTANT. 'cW.!
; has its full share of uch
person to comply with such demand; the Set my inmost !!ul (m fire- ladies ; has exhibited before 3.000,000 ofper. 1 pirty i! repre- narn to take possession of and fortify Victoria. I : '

fce sid judge of the district Clut I'! the United States deli is Then she gate my' lips a token sons, and the gross receipts of his exhibitions, sentai: '5. Such men vvuuM nuke war or He marched thither himself subsequently, NEW OCLEAXS, March 13. i1 J6 t
hereby authorised and required to COIlIlllie Of the truth she'd kindly spoken makeace| ill f'qa..l im1ifn.uce, if I by one,
and hU Gen. Butler
his theatrical < leaving at and Gen.
otherwise including performances Monterey,
t
,A-hment
of the said reords b.v att or sooner and easier than by they could The schoner Cinderella: Captain; Scull, arrived jj 1
ery according to law. I had often thought a fain private levees at various palaces, and at the make President ho would( i: for them. Worth at Sallillo, with forces strong enoughto here late last night from llraso?, which 1
And be it ftathrr enacted, Th-t in all cases houses of the of Franre, s w provide I' guard t h. In a
SEC 3. Was of nobility England military sense,
'
a nymph she left on the Oth instat.t: bringing inte"i-::
decrees have l he.n rendered foirJ-laIJ. \\ llot Proviso is a humbug through S, t
or the
\"lih judgment Dressd in muslins Belgium, Spain, &c., exceed 150,090, Tie possession of Victoria was as important,
t
courts or court of appeals of thelate ; airy out, \', if adopted, it wi'l'! amount to no gence of a most m.,meltmB chiracter. Itseems 51
in Territory superior of Honda, and from which writs ol Dancing on .ore diamond strand, which reckoning r)G sovereigns to the pound thing. : is theretore; ; nothing but a hook baited :- or nearly so, to the American army a that of that a desperate simple has now in reality 1:
appeals have been taken averdtipoise, would make 207** pounJs weightof I Saltillo, for through that town a practicable:
error hare been sued out rr Till I saw Lauictta bounding tl l and molasses! to catch abolitionguu' begun, between the f forces under Santa "f
Court of the_United States, the said and, the General weighs but w pork military road connected the valley of the .
as
to the Supreme O'cr.tlt" lawn, with wreaths surrounding gold ; for chowder of 1S Anna and his subordinate officers, and the r
Court shall be, and is hereby authorized to etiis a great political ; Rio Grande with the '
he received 178 of Mexican
it follows that has sources
Supreme the same, and the mandate. e>f Her lair foil of angel-mould, pounds, anJi.h shame! : ; it spoken Democrats as I scattered commands of oar army in the interior :
hear determine II t
an execution of the his own weight in gold In silver the strength.: Gen. Taylor, seeing this, bad Vic of Mexico and lie
the Supreme Court for the And lung ringlets of pure gold times well :\Viiigs are "bobbing for the eeU." It along line of the Ri"j'
judgments or decrees to be rendered bj Ih.m.and O'er her marble shoulders trembling, weight would be 49g,:p vends, awl l would' harmless for fishermen, wereit toria invested and capture. The safety of Grande. A severe co_itest is said to have t a. 1
which may he norcs.-arv' in the exercise make 3123 silver statues of the General, o! imgti'be a port his operations! at it, inas t
other writs
all of the said court in With a face, I thought, resembling I not hat it splits! the Union into secions.and : required ken place near Salt ill: >, between the Mexican'i
of th appellate jurisdiction the same weight as himcelf J I much as the loss of Victoria would expose his led Santa Anna and the! farce
of Those bowie theshone by under f
the district court pure breaks into army $;
directed to
harmony fragments.
such shall be our as a nation
CL' The General has achieved all triumphs flank and) rear to the whole Mexican it
Florida, and the army. Gen. Such detail have reached .1
the United States for the district of 'Round the eternal throne! And still the measures that Taylc.r. si:> !
slid district court hal ( might: eve us
executed and obev ed.SEC proprietor of the American Museum, New ; peace with all their troops, were latterly ordered to to the losses sustained < have
E L A 0 UTilE regard w?
0 t all with but
court. 4. And of the be it frlh" "cnartrd for,the That district the district of- ---- b\J S 1 h ---D York, who first brought him before the public Our opponents by are none delighted patriotic with the purposes.WihnoiProviso. join Gen. Scot's movements against Vera no doubt that they are much exaggerated. a ;' !'
in America and who has attended Cruz. This reduction of the of the
Florida shall take cognizance of ell eases Inch were POPE'S SERMOX ., personally They think it will break down! the army well as the number aid to Lave composed !; 3
t
pending and undetermined in the said superior courts The present Pope j b} his liberality of sentiment him in all his peregrinations. It is gratify Sug Democratic. party of the country ; ai.l thus do Rio Grande, rendered it necessary for Gen. Santa Anna's army-123,000 mpn. Scattered J !
under and b of the act of ( (>t f twen to know that while this gentleman: has Taylor to concentrate his strength on one position the
} \rtui onrC and the great reforms he has in'rodu- reap- for them what they themselves cannot acconiplish. as our troops are over at such immense i
ty-third May, eighteen hundred and twentyeight.entitled ed rich reward for his enterprise, he has also and Victoria was consequently aban. c.mutr. '
"An act supplementary to the several acts ccdhas greatly endeared himself to his subjectsand a Democrats are fools they sutler! themselves distances from e.ch we concede r rn :
providing for the settlement aid continuation of private In his affable deportment, has made him secured a splendid forturre for his little lo thus conquered. doned. Santa .Anna perceiving the expo the state of things bears a most critical 1

land claims in Florida,'' and under and l hy virtue self extremely popular \\ilhtourists, in their protege and parents.A 1,1 sed situation of Gen. Taylor's flank and rear appearance. But we have ctnSJence in the .1+ !

of a Act entitled "An Art to prov ilf for the final visits to the Eternal Cil)." The correspondent I I Ve beg to direct Sarrr'nr.of Tears.-There i is sacrednessin pushed in large forces upon Victoria under indomitable courags of our troops and ia the 1- i
in Florida/ approvedtwentysixth truly glorious
settlement May of land eighteen claims hundred and thirty. : and of the Boston Atlas has furnished that paper tbe attention of cxamlc.- to an accountof tears. They y art not a mark of weakness I I Gen. Urrea, and thus turned the American ski of their lea'Jer. Santa Anna has al! ;

of all cases which were pending and undetermined in with a translation of a sermon recently: the loss of the American brig of war, the but of power.They speak more eloquentlythan flank. From this point detachments have we feel.uie: certain, caught a Tartar, : ain

the court of appeals of the late Tcnitorv of Florida, preached by the 1'onlifThich; is curious from Somers, which abounds with traits of heroism ten thousand tongues. They are the mes- been thrown upon the unprotected portions of General Taylor, notvvi.fcstanding the immense f. J

and from the judgment or decree to be rendered in, its rarity, as being the first sermon preached heroism in but in sengers of overwhelming! of deep contrition the valley, and at the last dates tbreateneJ disparity in numbers cxhtbi:ed by the + \
not destroying, saving- grief
could have, been sued out, e>r 4
which writs of error the whole of the
river. The
in (he for three hundred of there length communications forces. t
could have been taken to the Supreme Court public by Pope, years. which do honor to humanity. The brig was unspeakable lo\ were contending ,

appe Unite 'lte under the laws which were info The correspondent sajs : upset in a squall ; before she foundered one wanting any argument to prove that man is between the army and the supplies We are under many obligations to Captain i t

on day of March, in the year of our Lord The most important news which I have to boat only could be got out ; the men appointedto not mortal, I woul look for it in the strong at Camargo were completely broken up, and J. G. Fed, for his prompt and polite attention, .

one thousand eight hundred and forty-five,and flail communicate is that the Pope has preached to her others board the convulsive of the breast, when the such was the danger of passage between in sending us all the particulars and rumors relative '-

proceed to hear and determine the rendered same, and the from said the people, the first time that a Pontiff ha addressed to implored take their on and sinking fountains of feeling are rising, and when tears those points that orders were received from to the imnortant events which are now 3 i .
the and decrees to by ship places some Actually returned -
district judgments court, writs of error may b be sued out or app an assembly for three hundred years.It on board to perish with their comrades.But are rushing forth in crystal fountains. 0, Gen. Taylor that no detachments under a full transpiring on the immediate theatre of war. i

may b taken to the Supreme Court of the Uni- was on the 13th, at the Church of St. Andre this was not all. Tbe officers and crews speak not harshly to the one, weepingin regiment were to be sent forar a the road We are anxious to call! attention to that par I I

the same manner as if such judgment della V allc, where a numerous congregationhad of the French Spanish and English ships of silence Break not the solemnity by rude was impassable to a less of our kind correspondent's letter, in \ I

Or the decrees had been of Florida rendered and in the the mandates court of appeal and all assembled] to hear Father Ventura. Just war, who witnessed; the disaster, exerted them- laughter or intrusive footsteps. Despise not Wbi&these operations are going on in says, that the substance of what he writes U a 1 J
of Territory ; Lcconcluded Lie first station woman's what make her Taylor's rear and flank Santa Anna is faithful 1 record of what is circulated! tire Bra-
writs necessary to the exercise or ipe app ritate Jurisdiction the Pope en _1ro. with roost glorious to Save> tnar*-they aM an at -
of the said Supreme C..sxi in such cases shall tered. Father Ventura stople\!is the cuss the lives of t.e the poor fellows clinging braver to spars angel. Scoff not that the stern heart of man- known, in the second place, to have advanced sos, and which many believe. No'hing! had i ,

be directed to the district court of the Unite State tom, and asked him if sLoul proceed. and wreckage. In this gallant endeavor, hood is sometimes melted to tears of sympathy more than half way from San Luis Potosi arrived, however, lo invest the reports with :
for the district of Florida, and the said kiltrict court "No the the what to elevate him above the with an army of IOOO men of all arms,
the be duly executed and obev cd. replied Pop; give me insignia Frenchmen, and Spaniard, and EnglUmen, -they are help positive authenticity ; though, from the con
shall
cause same f and I will discourse." So brute. I love to the tears of affection. and Gen. Minon has been hovering near the which have i
5. And be it further enacted That in all cal putting were all on the sublime level of the highest see current rumors prevailed! for .1
SEe not legally transferred to the State Courts in on the proper vestment, he mounted the and most exalted human!'}. How They are painful tokens but still most hoi}*.- American lines with a well appointed troop of last week or so, concerning Santa tb"J J

which: judgment or dl're have: been rendered in platform, and spoke thus :- courage poor are feats of arms compared with this display There is a pleasure in tears-an actual pleasure horse between 2,000 and :3,000 strong. The movements, his proclamation to his army, his 1

the superior courts or from court which of appeal writs of of error the could late "I cannot, without a lively emotion, my of the best virtues of three nations in thesight If there were none on earth to shed a purport of the late news is that Santa Anna sallying ou: of San Lui, ,&c., A.C., we have :

Territory have been of sued Florida out or appeal could have been takento \\ell-belo\ed children, reflect on the testimonies of each other-one good heart beatingin tear for me, I should be loth to live ; and i no has actually encountered Gen. Taylor, and not the slightest doubt tha' a collision has taken !

the court of of said Territory -or to the Supreme of love which you came to offer me on common in all To crown the glory, the one misfit weep over my grave, I could, never that an action which lasted two days has place between the Mexican forces and 11 ll'

Court app States under the laws the first: day of the jear. My heart thanks saved were worthy of their preservers-as die ia ,jM'ace.--Dr. Johnson. taken place, during the progress of which some of our advanced post--most probably ( rl

which were in force on the third day of March, in you for Jour good wishes, and referring, as I as brave, as devoted Gen. TaJlor succeeded in falling back in rood that under the command of General Taylor, i

the year of our Lord one thousand of eicht have hundred not beenhitherto and ought, to tbe honor of God all that you have generous London Eium'tiur.PhUij Law of tic Territory of New Mexico.We .- order, and with his baggage, upon the Rin- here recorded. ;
fortv-fivc, and in which writs error JSBEASOS
sued out or appeals have not hitherto l been done for me, his unworthy vicar, I hate to in- are inJebteJ i to a friend Santa Fe for a conada, where he can make good bis psi. j

taken, there hall be allowed to the parties in the titeou to bless the name of Christ in these Louis >c's RcminitCLnccs of Xa"l- copy of the organic law for the government tion. If this be true, the defence has SAXTIACO Texas, ) ir

said case the term of one ,'ea from and alter the nomcn domini bcncdicluiru You rtile.-At a presentation of gentlemen! a short of the Territory New Mexico, and also for gallant one, and is in effect victory.. Thoughthere Night of the 4th March, 1347. $ t ,.

passing ef this act, for suing out such'tit.Court of of erroror the wors-Si al me with the accent of faith, time ago, at tbe Court of France, about fifty a code of laws established by Gen. Kearneyto is not any information of these engagements Great anxiety has -pre\aicdt this- place for a;

United taking State such, appeals which shall to the have Supreme jurisdiction to re- from now and until lute nuns ct Americans were present, among whom was a carry out the provisions of the constitution.This of a character to defy doubt, there is these two days past to receive in'ell'genrefrom : J

stew the same vftjuc in srulln! cterit.-J jou of young gentleman from this State. On the lat- work comprises 115 pages and the texts none upon which the news can be contradicted the Army. Nothing official! has come to f I. i

SEC 0, And be it further eia.fed, That any unfinished these solemn engagements, for I know that ter's being presented to the King our Charged'Afl'aires : in Spanish and English, placed in juxtapo with confidence. We still think an engagement hand, but various rumors have arrived, hear'l{ d

busmen or procifdings (.w remaining Court or there are in this city, the centre of Catholicism mentioned that he was from Tonnes. sition. We have already published a synopsis of tome kind has oce urred, the ex- ing a greater mystery as to the true condit'o l .1

St.Lending before as the a Coninnwioner Juchre flf the Sup under
tue Auustn."Act for the relief of certain inhabitantsof by blasphemy.! All you who are here receive King. On being informed, he remarkedthat very much after our own, saving such at any period since the war. Tho 1 i t

East Florie'a," approved 2Cth June,eighteen hundred from me this mission ; publish aloud in all places that was near General Jackson's resi- changes as are demand by the condition ofthe We have no doubt that Gen. Taylor has country: above is doubtless, swarmed with '}l t

arid thirty-four,or under am other act grantingspecial that of these men 1 can have no hope.- dence. He then proceeded to make enquiriesas people! of New Mexico ; are arranged und.'r fallen back from his position at Agtia Nueva Mexican troops, cutting off all communicationwith '

powers, or imposing special duties upon said to the condition of the road between heads, uiirl embrace! tli.nj; necessary Saltillo, or Iontere '.
every upon perhaps Agua
regular
J'idge be, and the same are transferred to the They throw stones in the face of heaven, only present ) our lower depots. The rancheros and t
hereby
judge be, and the same are hereby transferred to the to fall back upon and crush their own heads. Knoxville and Nashville, and spoke of tie Ce- to preserve the rights of the peg; le. Adelegate Neuva is some twenty odd miles in advanceof other are flocking lo the Mexican standard. E

judge of the district court of the district of Florida, It is the deepest measure of ingratitude to blaspheme dar Groves in this neifhhorhuo., I e laid to Congress is to be elected on the Saltiilo. Now, whether Santa Anna was The following intelligence lia just arrived i I

to b proceeded in and fine Meet, or decided in the the name of our common Father, who when fie was in : h'i Jury first Moa-l.iy; of August, 1 S 1-St. Louis Republican. ia force before him or not, military prudence here, and I make a rfhmoranduin of the conversation '

A e judn manner shall provided hare exercise for by law and; and possess'be said the tame district gives us life and with it all the good things was in session," Hotel being much would dictate a retrograde movement as son of the individual, for it verbal, and $

have oft which such of crowded, tbe were obliged to sleep threein as Gen. Taylor ascertained that a formidable brought from a source that I believe will
dute. and riJht \hich by virtue we enjoy. Tel my children guests A letter in the Courrier des Etats Unis, dated prove!
Act fver > teen hundred and as offend Him by outrages to be no Ion. a led-this,he added, was called bundling. February: 1, tells us that :Mario Petitpa, a troop was between Monterey and Camargo. true, when it is properly analyzed by information .,

thirty-four aoreaid.or othcrwist&ecn possessed Court and at ger guilty of such scandal in this holy city. Is such the custom now!" he jocosely asked. dancer of the Circo of Madrid, has married Without taking into account tbe probability which wo must doubtless shortly receive. t
exercised of the Superior
St. A by so fa a judge* may be necessary to enablethe "I wish also to speak of the precepts for "Not at al," was the reply of the uiing gen Donna Carmen de Medina,marrhoness of Via of Santa Anna having approached the The battle commenced on the night of the 5.

sid itme. judge to determine and finish any )outh. A great many fathers and mothers tleman was addressing. We have become (; heiress and representative American lines in the direction of Saltillo, or 23d, near Saltillo. It continued for two days. t

matter, business or proeingt no.w pending and undetermined have expressed to me the pains they have suf- more refined-now we oily sleep too in arcaalll' t families of Spain. The weighing the possibility of his having driven The Mexicans had no artillery, their force being .

before judge cf the Superior Courtaforesaid i fered from seeing the demon of ex- a bed"-at which the old King laughed hear one ntJlt to the Gen. Taylor back upon the Rinconada. i is composed alone cavalry and infantry, '
impurity being marriageof
by virtue of any such special ac Xashrtile Politician Royal assent required safe to assume that he has endeavored to put ilk .
his tily.- otiut. thousand .
with division
SEC 7. And further enacted That all crcising ravages among our youth. The the nobles of Spain, the match was a Gretna numbering twenty men, a
angular the provisions b i of this Act,so far a may an b Lord tells us himself in his holy] gospels, thatit ---- Green one, the parties crossing the kingdom himself in communication with his supplies, of six thousand men in their rear, Santa
and
shall be, a the are hereby made applicable to is by ting, in oralumc et jeju- llband Honks and Eycs.-It hath of France and England to be united by which was completely broken up, by the advance Anna commanding in person.

cases a pending in the Supreme or other nio, that per this desolating demon, who never us appeared, that the decrease in the Scotch? ickstnith. The of of Urrea. The defence of the whole Gen. Tajlor's force numbered, when the
Superior Court of and for the late Territory of courteous and affectionate attentions, often consequence valley might require him to fall back it
about the earth f( ; may battle commenced five thousand
gocth ravaging not only poisoning mesalliance the Parisian near men,
admitted this
Michigan the said are important
at time Territory was as ;
the door
unto of Benedicts, was justly be therefore that what is to have
a Stale into the Union and to tall I cases in whichJudnt the sources of life, in indi'idual in families brought dancer becomes a grandee of Spain, a mem reported compor of Infntr Dragoons, and 18 pieces
averred but that the truth rather Jt
; seemed to been done under a fire from the was
decrees have been in said Su enemy
or Indere and in society at all, ber of her Senate, and one of those who like rtiery, was making his retreat
Superior Courts of Territory of be, that sundry envious old maids, and juice- suggested by military forecast and accomplished ;
consummating the ruin of immortal souls.- Don Cezar de Bazan: privileged to bland to Montereylie has host about two thousand
hl. and hitherto removed as aforesaid by less and graceless old bachelors, have in divers co\ without molestation. It is not, however t.
n
.J Having these two it men. The Mexican loss is four thousand
given jou warnings, remains Bred in the of the King. abt
eror or appal aspersions, belied and libelled that honorable (presence at all improbable that the movementwas
SEC- ft. And enacted, That in all cafe for me to pray God to bloss you all.- five hundred. General Taylor was iD
: id of the Courts of said Territory Lord fraternity. We have, however, some personaland Water will! but is not lost it accompanied by skirmishes with Santa
pending any Superior respite de.cute, turn towards us thy ani evaporate ; hopes that he would! be able lo retain his i
of Florida, or in the court of appeals ol said mating countenance. Visit this vineyard particular testimony borne into this point, passes into vapor at "Jl'J degrees, but will afterward Anna's advance, nor is it impossible that a tuition, which is about three miles from 'p, '
Tel ,on the third day of March, eighteen hundred by one Mrs. Simcox, out west, which bccmpth have been
condense and becomes water. general engagement may broughton.
and rorty-I. and not lecallj I transferred to the which thou has planted] with thy right hand- again at a Mill Pond, where ho possesses some nat.
and serious
I State cn r. State of Florida, and which said cisila sincain islam yuam plant'aril' dcrtera tua. grave indeed. Mrs. Simcox thus Thuslhu wholeamount of water is the same url defences.
I
I Territorial courts continued to hold cognizance of, It is thine, 0 Lord. Thou hast watered it with' testifieth : as it was 1000 years since, no part is lost.- However the reports of battles may or may Gen. Marshall had set out from :Monterey ;

! and proceeded to determine alter raid. day, or which thy blood thou hast preserved it. Visit it, "I married Simcox eight years ago at which When in the form of stCll it is invisible! but not he confirmed, of one thing there is. no with a large carrying forty wagons of
i are claimee to have been since pending therein a my gowns were fastened by eight hooks and lensed in for of is visible question, and that i is, that tbe whole valley of esort .
t court of the United State; and in all cases of not to punish the wicked, but to make them when partly "n vapor ammunitions 18 poun-Jprs. It is generally
!!I al character and jurisdiction commenced in said ft-dc-Territonal feel the mild effects of thy mercy. Visit it to eyes. Now, sir, you will readily perceive that -thus we see a mist but not steam. Water the Ro Grande i is in a most critical state, and believed that he will be able to join

I court after said day.and in which judgments cure the sore of incredulity which eating no woman can completely hook and eye herr when freezing is at .T.JU J of heat, and swells all results of the last campaign are threat Gen. Taylor in time to afford relief. s

o decree were rendered, or "tlch are claimed to :' away the earth. i I self Whilst a spinster, she obtains the aid of with such fJrcl that no is strong enough ened. It is certain that Gen. Taylor has an The general opinion amongst the Mexicans ;

have been since pending therein, the records and Visit I cousin, mother, or Betty the maiJ. 'cst in front of him and one in his rear,each at and Matamoros
proceeding thereof, and the and decree it, and in thy visitation put away that to resist it. army Camargo as expressed, indicates
Judjwnll arm of iron which When she becomes a married woman, the. larger than his whole that there is that Santa Annahas been
therein are hereby transferred court of weighs so it. commn badly whip.
the Unite State for.the district of Florida and Visit it and purify the hearts heavily children.upon hook and eye duty naturally devolves upon the Profs of 2Iees.-ll. II. Child, PittsfieU, nott an adequate force tbt yaley of.the .

writs eror and apPl may be taken by either Pour into the bosoms of the rising generationthose husband. For the first year of m.muria"e: Vt., thinks keeping bees very proftalJI. He Rio Grande to render the psltlonsafd ped.Col.]. Moran was mortally wounded, and his '

Party to remove the or decree that haeb1 dearest attributes of Simcox, like an affectionate husband, bok d. says l"'Cf'farmer may, by the of afew there and that it requires the cut at Serai and other
youth and up TO,
this modesty
Su- entirely
unto
such
rendered ill cases
or his
may b the whole the second supply family abundantly with the loss of
and-eyed eight lo
Extinguish those ; year and prevent line of observation
Court the United States, and the Supreme doilty. destructive ani energy generl.hip points along extending
the bees
Court may hear and deride such cases on such writ moitcs which divide mankind and arm them he somewhat peevishly restricted himself to honey, provided are properly mana the American array the possession of territory from the latter place to Mien
of and issue it. mandate to said dis seven the to six the fourth to five ged. He one of his neighbors, Mr. A. conquered.We .
error or appeal, one against another. Visit I it,, 0 Lord and in ; tbir year ; ; says already A train of one hundred and twenty
tne court: Ptie.however, such writ of error thy visitation warn Israel's watchmen; to set the fifth to for, and so on decreasing until thismorning Colon, has realized more profit for tbe last are of those who repose the utmost had been by the Mexicans.wagons Theymurdered

o appeal shal tlen 'ithil one year from the good examples, and, arming themselves the eighth anniversary of our wedding years, in the produce of honey, than any confidence in the courage and resources of old cpture teamsters and escort of
loge of Act, or one arom the rendition with "
year in Pittsfield with five times the t
01 each judgment or decree hereafter rendered: And divine prudence and strength, to vigilant in day, when you would have supposed him other man Rough and Ready. A brave, sturdy officer- twenty-five men. They have als captured a

Provided. also.That nothing in this Act shall be construed : guarding the interests of the people b entrusted possessed of the dearest and fondest recollections amount of money invested in any other way. cool in the hottest fight and boldest when train of sixty wagons, though nothing definite

lower a affirming or disaffirming the jurisdiction, to their cr. Deign, 0 my God to hear ho dropped another hook and eye, intimating Anti'Rentism.-Most deplorable consequences danger is mot imminent of that tempr as to the disposal of teamsters and escort.
'o wthoriiy of the Territorial judge to pro and shed over the whole to me that for the term of his natural ment which nothing for ham likewise
eeed world late They
in or try determine web cases after the third my prayer thy are anticipated from the injudicious captured a hundr pack-
CfM.tch o desirable benedictions." life, he should restrict himself one-the that determination that omits nothing from a mules loaded with Sutlers
eighteen hundred and forty-five, but the most t course of tbe Governor of New York in pardoning :
"
r*.tsar be refee to said Supreme Cur lO it. This discourse ba produced a great effect hook and eye at the top. tbe anti-rent prisoners. The spirit of sense of fear. Yet he cannot be everywhere Gen. Urrea is marching on gos atck Mata

dei*:.-"o in a c O such writs of eror appeaL here and well-wishers to Italy tee, in the I Efforts of dfissionarks.The Roman Catholics revolt and defiance of the law are again making ; and surrounded as he is with armies moros, with about four thousand men.
E FeM 167. liberal views better for this I in every direction larger than his own, and
Pope's things long have been in China for two centuries.- their appearance. The Albany Tele.

"Sam, why U de dandies in Broadway like oppressed land. The bigoted influence of Je. They have, at present, 8 bishops, 57 foreign, graph says : **the character of society in the cut off from his supplies through a long line 'lain in hope that it will t b6 found be was only

Mexican slier!" suit.ruled Austria, enre with an iron hand, and 104 native priests, and 300,000 adherents.. ant i.rent district is demohshe. Farm rents of defenceless communication, i must be con slightly wue. and bin command duperted..
"Oh, I Joe widout winkin. been more than The Protestant I he the feud that he is in a situation to ta to the Uttermost +
gb. ep ba paramount thirty years, mission really commenced cannot colected even merchant skill and 'ADDITIONAL 1'ARl ICULARS.
Why, it's became dey run de sight throughout the Peninsula, without tolerating In 1S40. AH that was done previous to that of this city impossible to his military exprience.- readers the
a ; neary that We hasten before our
is such
oh fault it place
a tailor(T ylo.) the I least reform. We have now that lime, being merely) preparatory. They have their little bills anti-rent townsandthis Whose a t valuable

To b harr1bo s'.' England will send a minister bor.( has translated the whol Bible info Chinese, and too in bc very heart of the State." is not so much the question now, a* how i is subjoined letters from a corresp6n.



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$i'h.4 coavej some further details in regard P. S> Since writing the above the J. li.Roberts to relieve them from the most adVaiicedorourwestern rb IU6n.:Aaln.Tntays article under is said that S.nafrComriDwo'Ohio( i is to FROM SnannakRfpiiW NEXICO if.Alt
4- the Captain Reed, from Camargo, arrived military Sentinel contains a long I b
1 to the important events transpiring( on poss. the candidate of the Abolitionist Fourieritei, DIREC.
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that this looming, and confirms the More about Positions, which requires net Since writing
tt'e to
fito Grande regret say they con. previous or arle
I &c. for the and that his I
8000 this side the some notice at our hands. purports to be a reply Anti.Renter Presidency ions on the War, we
tt.'t Inn to BOIDO extonl the apprehensions which : Cavalry moun.tns. I bae received 0

'i I rw fore been entertained relating to the criicl Jpiz ha been a fight a Saltillo, nopnielaa THE FLORIDIAN.'LET to something we said last week but i,, in fact, such recent he finds speech that was his a speech demonstration secures the upon rote that of point.these a friend direc acnt going far ((0 t

t ponttioo of Gnr.Tartar The Mexicans havo captured a a confuted medley of politics and poetry philosophy I many of &e dvance
and tb fccl then he taken ,
tri several factions, expects to
command. wagons, and ISO private mules US ALONE. '" and figure, that we will not undertake to characterize b up a informant came down In the cars ,

t! r news will now be looked for with and are raisingthe very devil with the trader. it as a rigid criticism might demand let we the "universal Whig candidate." Iris not for us to evening with an officer of the on Pr

I i the Fuh most intense anxiety. At present all is They have taken Peter Hales, Trainer's. Tar- SATDRDAY- MARCh 2T, rsITTtbe should b deemed uncourteous or coarse. True, in object,or to quarrel with our opponents about their my, (Lieut. F.,) who wa going Regk
----- -- -_ arrangements, but it is our duty to warn our
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and others harvestfor : the article alluded to, we are with fatui party ashingtonv
J ioubt and un' VTe still' he. navars, being a complete charge
I : sios. tnt &e Xews from Mexico,* of the South in to this movement, and
No in this of the imbecile insincerity and duplicity people regard This officer left
1 Bern that there is a deal of them. part: ty. dribbling, Monterey about tie
great exaggeration mnuntn In of will be
our found rM.
i > paper to-day accounts all those who aid
various that have reached with exception of about one hun ," but a sense of decency forbids us to retort to hold to a "just rtpnsibity" or 21st, our informant is
: i th reports country from the seat of war late u bare been received.We no cern
order tell Flo- "
dred. a such language, and we willingly leave it to those and abet in the l21tr. we He had an escort of nine .i
L. a have endaore to our extracts hat our ridians to mark the course of the We are in me.an"
arang whose minds are adapted to its use. Manly argument SntiDel. sieged a stone house for 24 f
I :MATAMOROS, March I, 1817.I Fiom thf .V 0 Daily Ptciyune 1 HiS inst. readers could get at true state.of affair; but has more charms for us than coarse abuse. heavily berated by that |*p. because we do not cheros, whom they beat oft It i by r

I l Gentlemen This city ,'a thrown into the LATE FnO:1 LOBOS AND TAMPICO. it ha* been almost impossible| alter "wading throughthe is surprizing that one who makes Franklin biB great I abuse Mr. Calhoun, who is called the great champion say., that the communications are i cu a 'c i

I i. greatest consternation this morning by the arrival The schooner Pioneer, Capt. Brown, arrived mass of accounts reports rumors letters, ando prototype, should think otherwise; yet so it with of Southern, rights ; and in the same sheet, it the enemy's cavalry and rancher
of the Aid with letters from Ca. in the river and the und on. which hue been rrceitetf, all is uncertain i
steamer on Friday, Captain our philosopher of the Sentinel. Quitting; his typesto contains an article laudatory of Mr.- Com, the bitter swarming in al directions. It is 1

; :T. 1 margo and Monterey, elating that ( cn. Tay. several of hi!passengers came lip to the town still. We are satisfied there has been a iLove on study and expound the laws of electricity," he enemy of Southern right, and the furious opponent that orders been transmitted to tr

L lo ha ben attacked by Santa Anna, at the during the niht. The Pioneer left Lobos on the part of Santa Anna-that, in the language of ore next, keeping his eye upon his illustrious predecessor of Southern interests. I the candidate the supplies without a very strong eD.

25,000 men at Saltillo. The Post. the I Ut. anJ Tampicoon: the 31. account the whole valley of the Rio Grande is naturally his:kite to (tying in the I Abolitionists to be the candidate of the Sentinel?- feared tht Capt. James Irwin, esr I'
1 informing us of the truth of the matter, All the which were at Lobos had *\%". \ith Mexican I soldiers and rancheroa} -and very lends lar
vcript troops ming .. cloud,.that he may thence draw other laws and Ij.the man who says we shall have no lore territory, ", a most accomplished officer
i was added to the jctter by Captain Maotgomerr on board sliip with the exception mention that. in there Ins been a fight between the o
God
gone facts to enlighten his though we fe r the because we wilt irult by carrying: slaves there, personally to many of the citizens
; ( ; of the 7th, now Quartermaster at Monte below. Thtrcrt nearly eighty sail Mexican General and G.n, Tatl br ; and the"hull of fiue pint andt temper readeno of philosophy i H : IherJclinl to be il favorite? I quotes largely from tntspecch. nah, has been cut of Hut at the o s.

i I rey. The letter xvas dated the 23d February, of vessels of all descriptions, lying: theie, hut thejlruits! t''I fndali.n. heretofore in mint- '' What the will be it i is aHo not for The Sentinel ia right in saying jMt! the speech con wa going well, al were in p a
the the which that sail for Anton Lizardo the nent This much admit net step us go sp
: postscript same day, states they were to on 2d peril. e ace cWignt I to but cannot 'Oh1 tains .burning: vrords," though not in the sense there was no cause for or a
exclaiming, !
the commenced the 22d of believed but what }has born time reiult of all this e. we help i spwtk
tight on February inst. 'l'heyfuly ihey were to attack cannot. beascertained. sion. Lieut. F. had
: : shade of Franklin forsake not intends ; fo",in ocr own view,the same heart from seen, since he .
: I and that further infur.nation could be had. Vera Cruz the 10th. all alac. The date fr.m Gt-n. TaUo1 thy fir.bire blue- lefty
no on They were are (>i,lv a letter from Gen.
follower, I let him which gushes this tirade against the war, would terey Taylor to J
'jrd ,
: J There arc between 7000 and SOOO men be. rit.* anJ eager fir the tin). to the .J.'J February, \\luli from the Hriv s thej nlitb'r any more forget the law, in which Liloa.
I dignity of his call not be slow to light up the a.me of abo Dr..0. he
'. tween Camargo and Monterey who have entirely The only troops left at Lobos were the are as l.tc.: tfier>lli inst The latest. cites from The inc.article lition. practicl was siIeen mies from Saltillo, says witj I l

communication between those companies on board the ship on which the :Iontl'rt) He to the 2Jd F lruar\, Cam.qr to the tnd's has convinced us of one and Wool's ii h
cu Mr Corwin, thinks that
seems,
. : ., :t two places.! Gen. Urrea is at Marino, a town stntil: poi hll informant think 2d in". I'rom Monterey, the letter has Iking-that a philosopher !bout never turn commentator i our rejoicings men, and he command amounting t
apiearJ-ur folowlj : over of Palo Alto, Re'accade la Palma retiring
: abut 23 miles this side of Monterey with six the ship! Cien. been rectned! b>' one ol the eitur; Iliij paper, on poailioiis. I he does he will soon \ictorie His quietly! on M.
: ( I Mont will terey. outposts were
find himself Let an ere), excite the ridicule and con- constantly!
.4 Cavalry, and Canales ha< rancheros ('en. Worth arrived at Lobos on the Edithon : from Dr. \V. S. lkGIJn.E.( hb of Madiatn county bungling \ofuly. no Jan inttuJe ing before the rentis
sufficient make the number. Gen. the lt inst from Gen. definite informjion ,. ; within' the*phere of dincin -maqters lest his tho'tsbe tempt of every man acquainte with the history of enemy's advanced guard
1 up Tay. t Brazos. Twiggs which gives: of (th conditionof what is presumed to be I
the of the world. Yet this an advance
t p : For has issued orders that not less than one armed there two or three dajs previous.en. thing as any accounts wehave seem ; and we given to to trivial mateu. Franklin never didso. wars man's speech is some 20,000 men, commanded gr o
lauded the
by Sentinel, and himself spoken of by
i : Kegimint bal) altompt to feaie Camargoon (; Patterson wan still at Tampico on the therefore insert without any firtber pulaton remarks as one na. The under A.
I ; men
Taylor
: this Morgan's the :3J inst. The New Orleans arrived We are !arry HI.Snlinc is so hard to please. worthy to be "among the noblest of his country'ssons. were all j i
:. : ; ( se. sle.irmhip : I highest spirits and for c
t i. cond rut.Ohio Itr _5-e .,*.1.. ''v with General I MONTEREY, Mexico, Ids 211, IM7. threatens to hold us to a .just re'ponsibilit for I I ." What are we to b looked on with contempt General in ready the a conflict. T
=, : .g..v out the U. ani because in the achievement letter alluded
; j': -: ;- nicy Jejjsiip on board. htarlit' to t our cour!e, expose to the publicaze. in its we glory of our himslf
. : cd, to join afier burnt The States "ili(! il'umalinl of some t U our and he wants fair Meld for his t-l
,: Gentrl T:1lor, ha\ing Louisiana volunteers \\howereat L"tJ inln.t people naked deformity our insincerity and duplicity." arms, exult over the splendid victories of our
.
. Jt am] as I \\i i-h the : to and that if Santa Anna '
C' every thing Iht'.pol.fnot: lake with thetri, and have arrived at Tampico on the ship A re be- be ade,* J of \hal is common heie p Uketl.e I lorid.liberty Wherelore this" high-toned threat of the philoso- army ? I this; the love of country which Mr. Ccr- wants to diil e

1 .I U is confidently believ.-J that) be and 'his whole lau \\ ith their companion wrecked on the I 0: \\riln>_; the l<>.11I few lines f,her ? Why, because- we ,1enllJct the whig!, and win
t '. command were cither cut to pie'ces or taken Oziiitkzt: they are to garrison T' ort| .., rl"l'l\d trrm S'altillo< 'hi4 nurnirg, rrtii-e to denounce Mr Call.oun. This is the sum of praise to one who speaks and thinks thus? Doesit him bateries of l

L t prisoners. That! galant. chivalrous sou!, Hen There Wl'r two transport brigs!at Tampico we hear that Gon .%'!!r has. lillen t biik. ij that. and subfince of our crime-the head :and front of too, entertain the same opinion of our army and lar artillery with Taylor, are Washington1!.
, : McCullou, with hi. men, has been captured. on the 3.1. The Ann sailed [>Uce from Asm! Nona.; and th tt Jta.\,na's army is victories Let the 'Vebster's Sherman's, and Bragg' _
brig :Iil on i ne.r II forimr p, ililm. A '\pettid) our oltldin I not enough that we should dis our people of Florida mark the }4
fight i*
Each
of these
than pieces. batteries
He had four
not !
f more enty-cight men, the same day for this buudI"u l h of of him who in tia
I f port dischargedtoluntcri : return !(outs firm this |lacee. alpro't an important measure ofpolicydri5[ by language boldly advocated the justice of
.f all told. '*. hear that G"'rn'a I ; /I liw common parlance of the are held
wi/I raialn. i< ;tharI't -vie mu-1 whel our anger against him.smnl Mexico's cause,and who speaks with ridicule) of the army tola
; I am sorry to slate that a very worthy citizen The: Miv rjHMi! this place lie I i" ,itor, Hurt)' milt?<>t reVe equal to a regiment and a half m
.Ksippio'iiiiteers "hI were at 1' call him traitor, Mexican hireling" &,c.- rejoicings of our countrymen over the success of our o o

.. ; of our has IKHMI captured at least it ispresumed Lobos ((; art of :.M! l Kegitnent) had sailed for \ c"trol an r.\I'd-ijs-for eiery the .Ihi yellow 14 13 rascals in md black hoe f..rt.I beenfjr The question on which we dilir.! mu-t absorb all arms. However little pleasure the Ohio Senator or course this remark is not to be understood u

; f so, and wilher) guod grounds, as Hrazos. They are ordered to Mon'erey.! I wilnt jou by'next .ruil! again llt ;.utlil then others:, and exclude from our minds a recollection the Sentinel may take in the glory of our arms, they made seriously, but it shows how muck re

: .,' two or three who went one day after him had Our informant thinks they sailed on the hip aieu. Yours rt-pniliiU, that he is a staunch democrat on every: measure of need not hope to carry the people with them. They liance is placed upon them bj the army. T

been obliged tl) fall back on Catnargo.). Jesse j Ocean. They have suffered from W S, I troops at Camargo were '
lcrIEI civil still have national
policj.and some
statesman pride the
true
terribly to the interests of though
.
.
; : Col S S JIBLV. example
D. Mr. Trcmweth IntrenchmenH.Thus
Carr Mr. G throwing '
raj.son, Capt. sickness and arc said to look miserbJ.-! I the South on the vital me-'tion ol slavery. All this of such men is well calculated lessen it. up
.: : Clerk of Mr. This H about all te can gather. That there has : we have to learn
a Cans
(
I Mc\uln. ) formerly of The Louisiana regiment, too, i is said to ham I according to the must be We yet whether there
,
I .. Company of Rangers having suffered much from sicknes On the other teen :fi;ht there is no doubt, but t a, to the rui of' do not think so. Our Stntnd.views forgoten. Never Fear. has been a general engagement, or a partial
not narrowed downto
r' are
:{ ', about '!O((pack tmles! loaded with valuable hand the Pennsylvania and New York regi. it,we are all in tie dark. XI rdi.uce: Ca replaced a single point nor contracted, as the We trust General CASS will never have occasion one-or whether Taylor has reahe Mon

:. goods belonging to the before mentioned persons merits are said to he as fine looking a body of upon the runo-s art"ut ; the cam. from tin rr.em\ would have them witf-in; a nu'shcll. If philosopher the Stnti- to recall the following language uttered in his terey without encountering the enemy. 1

.' and hating gxh belonging to I'eter mCI as ever was seen. .\1 coinmu;iicioi, hel"cel tit, towns u our nel is near-sighted and !speech in the Senate on the famous Wilmot Proviso, were, a our informant says, full rtio

Haile, of Matamoroj:, Messrs. Mather, I The steamship Alabama sailed from Tarn- possession ii Mi.pen we -
r Glover & Co. nodoujjt hate been taken ; nothing pico Oil the SI inst.for Anton tU Lo. things stand are bronchi by l'xican A rrntle- Let mans our our Union : to hold out six months in a necessity.-
cs.
has been bccn or heard of tfwnx. Mi.Spragte ,. I bos. The U. S. feloopof! LzarJa.. Mary's was man lelt Camargo on the 2.1 1 inst. for New Orleans.: f bccau-c no has lilly bring upon him a misfortune .We are everlastingly talking about a crisis. Such is the substance of \erbalttemeD "

.. a Clerk for.S.; A. Delden, E-q., ''I stil: at Lobos on the 1st. Of the accounts ol Gen Taj lor, and of the sources bor. nature/ brought it upon his neigh As to a political crisis, al will come right Mr President -I made to us, which may dobt b '

S. John R. Baker, Sut'jr! to the first regiment ant" The general depot established at Lobos is from which he is to receive reinforcements he sa>.: That word ha got to be quite a commonone dently relied upon. c.

Kentucky Yol.iiiteeis, started the day after the broken: u Nuthin i is he left .I V hundred Mi-\i i"a'.tones were in circulationat 1'ut the Sentinel thinks:wi cannot condemn the in our national vocabulary. It frightened me I
? ; to there hut once but I have seen it so often that its face has become
Camar of the and
denounce
whet I l lft n to the Litile course %hi/s their folly -
named and had been rlferelcc ROin partizn Correspondence of the Coarer.NEW .
part, the fw ;
frt compelled to companies above alluded to. quite familiar and does not the least
inspire
on ( (; Fat.r! I
? bct\ .n and Anna Tbcsay en the of the war, without ,
back: to :Mier, and there await until the We have derived the above information it hal alrejj l'mtiru'llbrl'e; .nt.dasithconsid"/ !1bj'c involving Mr dread. I recognize it as an old acquaintance, chan- ORLEANS S March P.M.

troop tler very I and inasmuch do ving its identity Our the American lh th :
the Mexicans, ; as we not object to his c rein coustitunti.
Cal.r o. Suvj'ient; r" >rtsent Gen. : <
ligent nun. Our correspondence aC"Ollt. | people, take care ct us, and ol the crisis The schooner arrived
intel'j too, last
T. a ha\nz l lillt-n luck on Mo-itenj The the same language that we use in regard to the wi a Cinderela oiglt
; This is all the fault! of Gen. Scott (for dav I
in ,
having placed charge of Capt. Brown, who left ; they tok care of the crisis of independence of the from the Brasses
Camargo a letter was resetted from I the alcalde course of the whips, place she the
we of
are
hc guilty Jef o
taken insincerityand
4 away > regular forces from that pail over a large mail. lie from of Mier, confederation, or the revolutionary war, of the constitution 5th
I' came up to town 5 I in.(hat. t the Mican troops had entered .. inst. She had a large
I t of the country Should General Taylor! be his vessel l bringing the mail, but he unfortunately I hat town IWIII,' tour mile J"taot from the :former duplicity, eat our own words, swallow our the bank, ot of the non-intercourse, of the embargo of which, however, could not mai b
own denunciations and stand the deposites, of the and of the
convicted
able to fall back on he hold left place and hid; ma I le him prisoner in ofIn of insincer. tail t
can
out letters
/ our on the Pioneer conic.lnct late and this The
Jlunlere. war, as they she
are news
I 1 until reinforcements as they have which is Fort boar endeavoring,, to i cr.te stores left behind in his ity' at every step." Beautiful logic! Is not the the taking their own migh. morning. bring ba produced
lying a ty keeping present war. And they still a tremendous
1 t : some sixty days rations at (that point. But I -- place.charge, Col.when_Curtis Lieut intended Col M-Cook to march evacuated with the his Sentinel aware, in using as a premise in its argument : take care of their Union, and guard it from wil any unholy ceeded by that at the reception of,the no n

:, am afraM: he is in a critical position DIPiHT.\XT FROM NEW MEXICO for that Mr. Calhoun stands side by side with the touch a the ark of God was by accounts
having regiment Monterey: the moment Col. Drake with Iuarde Go'sholy from de la Palma. The oat.
nothing but volunteers! with him, he cannot Tne Philadelphia! correspondent of the N. the 3d Indiana regiment arrived from Matamoras torelieve opponents of the war, that it does him great injus people line of the Re.ac is that

., have that contiJenee which he would have, Y. Etching News transmits the following, as him. The 1 latter officer was awaiting the arrival lice Its misrepresentation in saying he .refusedto Such language breathes a hopeful spirit, which battle has been intelligence a desperate

: had not that immortal man, Gen. Scott, ta. having 'been received from by Mag. of the llSSISlppi regiment, which I met on vote for supplies" is not much worse than the ought to animate all our statesmenand which ought fought between Santa Anna
\ Pitubtirg the with and
river a 20,000 Gen.
ken away from him the whole of his most effective netic Telegraph. Taken in connection with way This and belcw Matamoras on its; fallacy of the reasoning by which it seeks to showus also to impress deeply upon their minds that high Saltillo men, Taylor, near
up. regiment su of the in the
companies resulting rout of tie
force. Rut old ROUGH AND READY the news fioin the Rio Grande, it shows that Virginia rEliment. under Lieut. Col. Hanelolph that i is our duty to abuse him. Whig opponents obligation under which they rest, never to propose with the loss of mr;

j : has determined to conquer or die. Santa Anna there will be abundant employment for theadditional which ari\ : /the day Iff that place, of the war call it .infamous" "iniquitous" and any measure, or do any act, that may cause opposite 5,000 men, while tie Amr."lDe
9,000, ami Co. T. iJ
1 : are the only rolnnteer rrgimruts.ali. uii lie Riu "disgraceful"- Call.uua. rpeaks oft/ as views fo true. A due sense of that obligation Jot aLa .
sent a summons to surrender. Tel Santa ten regiments, wilh a strong probability Grande all the other regiments trW had armed having : tuipiu- would h quently fallen back upon Monterey-that theMexicans
: Anna (the old that twice will bo needed dent, impolitic and unwise. They advise the entire Congressmen (rum raising unnecessarily
.. six s man, to come take as many) more boon sent below to Lobos. I-rpm wbat source had several trains of merchandize
; : me." I have: conx-ersed with officers of the for a tigorous prosecution of the war to asuccessful Gen, Tavloris i:to expe.ct relief it i,impossible to say withdrawal of our troops from Mexico-he says such questions as that involved in the Wilmot Pro and captured that Gen. with 4

army. here, who think that General Tailor termination : Hury ..Iditr. and in fat doubletrthrice the number withdraw to a certain line,but hold enough territory viso, and would lead them whenever the subject is 5000 Urea cr
the
of
men "on Mitt-
I might be able to fall back on ) PiTTsntno that now constitute tte garr ons at the different for indemnit)'. Is there no difference, hen ? Shallwe introduced in a form to be acted on, to vote it downat was eve attacking
Iolterey.le March 10.Uy depots are .'Iualy necessary for their defence and moras, which could hardly fail of falling into
t has some 4,000 volunteers \ river have St. Louis use the same language towards a man who once. While therefore we admire the course
not
we four das one can spared Information can hardly his hands. This is all, no doubt, greatly ex.
paper
I- .' think they wi fight to the last. Col. Curtis in advance of nuil: with dates from Santa Fccotering reach Gen Scott in timo for him to march a division speaks of an act of our associate and friend as infamou taken by Mr. Cass on this subject at the close ol the aggerated, but that events of great importance

... is starioned Camargo which is hourly threat. important news. There has been to hs relief" ,, iniquitous and disgraceful, and calls him a Congress which has just ended,we cannot forget that have occurred, there is no reason to doubt.

ened with attack. Some 700 of the Virginia an extensive Mexican insurrection at Taos. In addition to the above, the Picayune of the 14th plunderer" that we use towards one who merely he expressed himself differently during its first session Every one now condemns the great

".' I regiment passed through this place three days All the Spaniards who evinced any sympathy iriat.. sass.4 :- !peaks of that act as imprudent .and unwise .' Shall ; but we hope the strong and conclusive argumentshe error of Gen. Scott, who could leve mit GeD

." : t. ago on their way to join General Taylor.- with American cause had been compelled to \ learn further from Dr, J;rvis that hearer ofde vve speak of one who advises us to an act that will used against the Proviso in the present state of Taylor in so a situation, with onlyan
I Should the General !patchej had left Cstnarge, for Tampico and wiled : bring and .the ridicule of things will not fail to abide in his unprotected
1 even fall back on Monterey Gov.; Bent, Stephen Lee disgrace the world upon us, mind under the to his
escape. acting from the month of the Rio Grande on the Mh in-t : eye own great plan taking Vera
I he x\ill sti base a large body tf men between shenir Gen, Elliot Lee, Henry Seal, and 20 en the McKnn If the information tvegivein another u> the same terms that we do of one who advises change of circumstances which a peace will heget.If Cruz. Santa Anna has shown his military

him Camargo, who can, and no Americans were killed, and their i I families des columnf\ entnelv authentic the nit.sengfr what is right and proper enough i if it were practicable they do, we fear not but his:course will be the genius by taking advantage of this great er-

4 'j- doubt will, take the place and then down ont polled. The Chief Alcade was also killed. would not reach his destination till the departure .' These questions point out the true difference correct one. At any rate, we trust that he will not ror. God knows how this, may result, but I
'
". ', ; Matamoro, cutting off General Tailor's supplies This all occurred on the 17th January. The of point.all the would troops which, however.ane that spared from from that between the whigs and Mi. Calhoun as opponents of lend his influence in support of a measure which believe that even in these seemingly

: : -. entirely. Every person is on the alert. insurrection made formidable headway and the by the way I eif 'Victoria seem Gen. Ta\lorniu-Tarnpico look for the war. Yet,sag the philosopher, i is duplici- will sooner falsify his cheering predictions than any rate circumstances Gen. Taylor de.p

) 1 The Mexicans say that the army will take this disaffection was rapidly spreading. The in. his reinforcements t>" in us to denounce the former and not the later. thing else. Though our Union has sustained unharmed more laurels to his chaplet. wi ad

.I' place in a cry short time. Several of the surrctioislwere: sending expresses out all The MeAican citizens in the valley of the Rio One is .open to castigation as the other. We deny many rude shod, Mr. Cass will 'find, if I give the news to you as I received it,

f's.. better cass of the population are preparing to over tin country to raise assistance. Thenumber Grande are ahmdoninl; their, homes in crowds. Mat this. On the question of the war, Mr. Calhoun and matters come to the test, that there j is one blow must remark that it is not generally b I

i, I .. move t other ofthe river in case the .'ngtged in the out.bieak at Nans was : amoras habitants.and (They imariio dread are! the stripped approach of their of native their own in the wings ale not in favor of" one and theself-same which its strength cannot resist. Let Northerners in its full extent, or indeed any thing credite it I'

,.., place should! be re-captured, as they know about 600.()( They were using every argument army more I than I the presence-if ours, I course of policy." The assertion that he is, is founded beware that their arm does not strike that,blow. I enclose an extra and another printed extract

1'I ,. .: they would Ix* Idle by their own people im- lo incite the Indians lo hostilities, and were No fears are ('xPt'se f for the safety of Camargo, in ignorance of the facts.: They advocate one Elastic Mapi, See,-We have received from the Tropic, which give the substance

mediately. wi find this letter very disjointed making preparations to take possession of Santa where 11'X) fighting we have men a ir v."t the amount place including of ntore all There are policy. he another They use one stjle of languagein of :map of 'tbe U. manufactured of a specimen India the intelligence. The Bulletin, you will per o

I I. in its but on Fe. c.ss" regard to it, he another. They show a bitter s. ceive also
you may depend spirit by a postcript
They are well arme>d, and the place so strongly rubber.by Mr. GOODYEAR, of New Haven Conn.- encosed thrn
t ',' the corectness of every halt of it, as Ire. The .Americans at Santa Fe, had only about tified that it will not probably be and chafing temper he exhibits the coolness and is discredit upon the whole .
alemplf. really and
a
J
invite the
( '. ccii'ed it from high military authority. :00: ( eff'-clne men there, the rest were otjthe We art moM happy to siy that reporle capture moderation of one anxious to b by reason. I at curiosity we curious to
go'erne office
and
of cal our see it. We have also of
Yours, truly. sick list t, or }had left to join Co!. Doniphan.Such .- JcCulocl and his command is un"umJII. The difference is great-a wide gulf separates them. a map From the N. O. Picajun
If Connecticut
harm ha.occurred to him must have somewhere on the same
J- I being their situation they cannot send beyond Mo'iterej. i Then, why should we speak of them alike? We and charts materialVe lear maps, CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS.The .
gloves, and bank .
even notes, being t
_Ii ; ,}, MATAMOROS- March 1, 1847. succor out, a they are hardly able to defend We have an abundant; supply of repot-led incidentsby cannot apply the same language to a sun with but a are now
printed on the material. annexed letter from Col. Curtis
ame The commanding
New
Haven -
,; :. 'Gentlemen-The news from above last themselves. It is thought Santa Fe must be this arrival many of which are interesting, and single spot on it,that we would to a similar body covered -
would be Bank has tried the of bank notes,and at Camargo, it will be seen that
important were they authentic.htu experiment
we a
enough
captured as neither the Fort Block-house with for the
,
night, is rather of an exciting nature. On the nor over spots same language cannotbe
known with certainty of (he position of affairs on are assured by a gentleman who has seen them that I cal for a large number volunteers is to t
26th ultimo, a despatch arrived here which are completed.It I the Rio Grande and at Saltillo to excite alarm without true of both. they are superior to any on note for the defence of the Rio Grande.

1 { stated that Gen. Taylor had given orders for is announced as the intention of the in. aggravating it hy Mexican rumors. We are not to be driven from the ground we have paper. have no time for comment.

,' the discontinuance of the trains between Ca. who captured Taos, to take possession taken by the murmurings or indignant utterances of For the Floian.
; of the Attack on Vera Cruz HEADQUARTERS, Camargo, March 2, 18-47.
and Monterey, on account of bodies Government wagon trains,whichare MESSRS. EDITORS
the
margo large Ours is "
Sntinel. not a suicidal position. : seems to me that
forward Gfn. Soft, from all we can gather from our exchanges I I Sir: I send an officer to headquarters, Ij
o $ of the enemy having been known to have earning our supplies, and thus moved the is the true ground, and does justice to all parties,- the editor of the Sentinel, in his last diatribe a
has direction Cruz
in of Vera Washington, making a on J|
cut communication. requisition
t : crossed the mountains, their xvhere- (
1 al
We
: although and attacked that The cannot because the Sentinel desires it, hold Mr. against the Floridian of the
.; abouts is not correctly The steamer The representations made to Col. Doni. probably place before this. Calhoun traitor and Journal, has President United States for fifty toU

....- : '.. Aid, Capt. Strodes, left Camargo on the evening phan, that Chihuahua would be an easy conquest perilous !situation of Gen Taylor howe'er.mO)hue &.c. He up has a erred a and we, have blue.light not hesitated federalist to dealt rather unfairly towards your correspondent sand six montbsolunteer. All communiic
reached (; say tion has for
Scott and
en. againstthe several been
r, ,.e of the 25th ult.! and the Big Hatchce, were evidently intended as a lure to entrap ; o4poned operations so. To go no farther, though evinces a "lack of Cons PLANTER." Why should days cut
Castle.- From an extract of a letter published in this place and the above and I see no
: :: Captain Mosby, left on Friday morning the him, ht tt a spirit security, and lead spirit" as our hero the philosopher thinks. Well, he select an Isolated paragraph from the army I
the Charleston of the elated Isle ol adequate relief this side of New Orleans.
Mercury '
,.f 26th with him far off into the interior where he 111h.
,"
February, despatches, and with a might
confess lack
} ; ? report that a body of Mexicans to the amount he l easily cut off. Lobos., March tat, we take I the following paragraph: we we spirit to give a blow to one who piece re-published in the Floridian, disconnect request you, therefore, to call out ten thousand

.: of 8000, were between Camargo and Monte. It is the opinion in Santa Fe thatif .We take our departure from I the Isle and go aboard has not offended us. We lack spirit too, to adoptheSentinel's it entirely with that which follows, men of this character of troops, and I anticipate
cd univera our ships to-day and no doubt sail to i code of morality. We will not blame will be under the call of
and then they recognized
"il conclude
; be Urrea's Gen. direct to Chihuahua his remarks
to command by
supposed
"P } rejr, as theyt gone saying
; morrow. I suppose( 11 :" seen through the papers where we'can excuse ; but the rabid fury of Whig the President.As .
\%f. can'bave but little if any artillery, the only there would have; been no trouble in New of jour city that an attack is to be made upon ,Congressmen has not the shadow of an excuse and that none but a demon could indite such a
z: difficulty to be apprehended from them is the Mexico. Col. Doniphan had possession Qf Vera Cruz shortly A portion ol our Regiment (the that fast as any considerable force can be accumulated
therefore as which he has
I t we will speak of it in the terms befittingits paragraph copied Had
let them be forwarded BrazeS
ij'I off supplies and communications for El Passo Del Norte on the 128th December. Palmetto) is already aboard r.l their ships anchoredin to
!,1 J' the cutting The nev volunteer regimentsarrixc Letter had been received from tho Governorof the Gulf. Vera CoIL is distant: about 10U miles, shameful grossness.The he intended to justice to "Cons PLANTER," I Santiago. All troops, as far as practicable

,...!,j present. Chihuahua that and it we sail to-morrow e will reach it about Tuesday performer should give notice, if it is his design he would have published the whole article should be armed before leaving the United
Gen.
the stating Wool ,
) ; very slowly, none having passed up was next. There we meet the balance of the troops
IL t J river as jet but the Virginia which within three da)s march of the capitol. This under Gen. Scott. The South Carolina Regiment I to play again upon two "organs" at once. It isa and not disjointed it, for his own malign pur States, and the officers commanding companies

'. regiment too, was another ruse to lure Col. hear will attack one of the main entrance* to the I fete to b ga7e at.especially when done by a short should take in charge ammunition
> are as fair a looking and orderly fct men Doniphanon poses. The people then would have known
a Castle. are to he backed by fine set and the curious should he allowed enough to distribute in ,
in confidence, and cut him off from \.u a looking man. an opportunity case of emergency .
jr; 'i i would meet xiith. Owing to the bad all that
you fellows, IVnnsvlvama Gtn. Scott the writer of the article! taken from
.the ? Regiment. the
to see it. Let be with forty rounds at least.
:
chances of or of back i accompanied a disquisition
: ;: weather (blowing) great difficulty is experienced escape falling upon is now on board of a !su-ani'lnp in the iiun, wnerc Providence "
b.t: in getting!!! them off the vessel.iiencrai !. Santa Fe, to relieve kin. its emergency.The are anchored"some forty \cds. having'each from upon positions" illustrated by the giaceful Sentinel, intended to call none Very respectfully,

-T .,' .. norm. wiin. iou jasi 01 his. division.. Mexicans are bold in their tone and two to four hundred notdiers aboard. It begins to movements of his own person,then the show "i be "black hearted hypocrites," but those who Your obedient servant,
; .! of Col. look something like an earl engag_Icnt. There is complete. A wonderful man is that knew SAMUEL R. CURTIS,
left the Mouth on the Uf5tb, for Tarnpico or the confident capturing Doniphan and his no that we shall bke'tbe town and Cut Ie. fair.haire.blue.eye the country was at war-lhat the
wa
% :. Island of Lobos. We naturally, from the fore. command, which consists of about 600 men, wi doub a desperate engagement,and many of us I philosoper. Reader note him 3 he passes. grew out of an invasion of our Territory by Colonel Commanding'

4 1 going feel somewhat interested here ; 500 of them being of his own troops, the first in it, but it will be a glorious time for those of Meiico that the President To the GOVERNOR of Louisiana.
'
&4 but rtprs have to leave Matamoros, little regiment of mounted Missouri ,'olunteel anda us who ride through the storm unhurt." QCJ-The New Orleans correspondent of the Charleston had nothing to

I of it wi be left to tell the tale, there are detachment of 100 men from Santa Fe un. The troops sailed on the 1st instant, and the bombardment Courier writing from New Orleans on the 17th do with the remote causes of the war-that Questions and Ansvers.-Stand up, Mr.

't :..S. not over 900 muskets between Camargo a and der the command of Lieut. Col. Mitchell, of was to commence about the 10th. instant, a.Rumor..- we had, again and again, offered peace to Clay. What do you think of the justice of the

. ; the ,moth of the river.JI the 2d regiment-consisting of 30 men from .Yew Hampihire Election.-After it reign about rumors, rumors are the order of the day Mexico, and had been thrust back with insult Mexican War?

hare been two murders committed Clark's battalion of light artillery, under the 0 till. To-day the report is rife that accounts, via Mr. sir I have felt half w-
: Ter twelve months, (the Whigs and in thin Hanana have been received that and that there was no left for to Clay.-Why, ,
I Aboltionis. Gen. Scott way us
J-I : during the past week ; the first, a car command GfCapt. Hudson and Lieu. Kribben State have been ousted from power by the democra was at tacked by Gen. La Vega stating on landing near Anton our honor and vindicate dined to ask for some little nook or corner3the

; .: penter shot I discharged soldier, on account and 70 men from Col. Price's regiment and cy. Jared W. William, democrat, is elected Governor Lizardo! ,and defeated! All fudge.of course and preserve our rights, army, in which I might serve in axegig
the Col. Willock's battalion. They assert that the nature and but to prosecute the war with and the
con
"green-eyed monster; the second took by a majority of about 1000. The Senate is impossible in ofhings. jet hundredsare vigor, wrongs of my country.

i place yesterday morning in the market-a they will massacre every American in New democratic in the proportion of about 2 to 1, and in found willing to belev the stsry.. quer a peace on the soil of the enemy. Then you do not think the war wicked,

volunteer belonging to the Indiana ygiment and confiscate all their goods. Let me ask is there damnable and unjust ?
Mexco. the House there will a democratic majority of 15 any thing .detnoniac"
;
# stabbed a teamster who died from Lieut. Albert, U. S. b "Maionie Expontor."-We have the 8 Mr. Clay.have captti*
1 having during Itter Top- or 20. Two democrats (Peaslee and Johnson) are reei\e in all this ? it not the best and thought Jmtgnt
the course of the day. The murderer has graphical Engineer, of later date, second number of a journal with this title published I and slay a lexicon!
elected in the other there
to two districts
ifi been sent to your city in irons. the above intelligence. The details of the choice.Congress Last; tLe antidemocratic in Griffin,Ga. I i i. issued semi-monthly, and is only way to buy our peace 7 How else can What is the western boundary of Texas? 1*

.' 1 ?i J The gentleman Mho was interpreter to that battle of Cracito are also confirmed. The was no and elected year a Whig Legislature was there having edited by R. S. L.uUE. Esq. Subscription price it be procured 7 The Mexicans must b it the Neuces or the Rio Grande ?

4.rip: party of CJassius 5f. (who were cap. massacre, beyond doubt, has been a horrible : been choice by the Gernor.The 03 in advance. The attention of the Masonic fraternity whipped into submission ; and any one who Mr. Clay.-The United States acquired

; tured) tod who made Cal came downon one, of which we have as yet heard but the democratic no over whig people.the present in Middle Florida is called to this paper.- is in any wise opposed to a vigorous prose title to Texas, extending to the Rh Grande b T
majority on gubernatorial
the He managed get off on Maj. beginnig ; and the insurrection has been The standing of the editor is such u to cemmend his the treaty of Louisiana.-JKr. Clay's grt*
-Ai t vote is ion of the at this time Is
cut
or quite war no
i ti 4, ,a fine animal which carried kept a quiet unti all was ready for the out nearly 10.0.Hon efforts to the hearty co-operation of the Masonic certainly Raleigh speech April, 1844.

1s4felydurIng a chae miles. break, that handul of troops there must F. Peace.o New Hampshire, hu been ap. brethren. They should second him in disseminating lover of his country, much less a lover of Very well, Mr. Clay, you can tit down.

I remain, yours, & b demolished, befoc any effort can bo made p"iutf hy the President, hj j, G en. of Volunteer truth, by taking a warm interest in his paper. PJJACE. PHII.O CORN PIA>TES. S Boaoas7ImeI.


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number hit be like flashes of the dy in the State. successfully with any other market,and at the Stationary BaakB..k.
at the earnest tolicitation of a of remember the widow's mite ; or, if you have They from will the windows of the skies." spnng.lhP March 20,1S17. 3: same tune to otter to the Country Merchants the Rc! 4, lQutrel.61 William Str tied .P,1. .( :

friends, furni bt'ld.' any gold or silver ornaments-no matter how usual inducements, so .to make their purchases every description.< Manufacturers .

respectfullyyour friend old they are, or bow heavy-they will be new TALLAHASSEE COTTON MARKET Ikiggles for Snle. equally favorable in every other respect. and Dealers in Blank Books. Gold '
Very Parr.
to those people, and make light their hearts fine Buny, with leather top, for one or two Pens, Copying and Seal Pre ,
A. K. ALLISON' Sdme 15 bales have been received during the past ONE Jobbers and Importers of Silk and Fancy Goods. Ink, and all other articles of .
with double seats, spring Stationery. :
escritoire single or
home search
When you go your 30 bales have been sold at Si a Oj Alfred Edwaids &. Co. ]22 Pearl street. shown GO
the committee that week,and some harnesses. freely -prices very low.
informed by punch madezpress1y to order with on or two
S. I am the i
P. your trunks, and jour old love letters, for last week's of Clark, Work.i. Co. 12S Pearl street
showing an improvement on prices Also one fine Buggy and Harness, without
have already $200 in money &nd: some spoils good looks or kind manners won I Bow en 4. McNamee, 1C William st corner of Beaver. Free Trade f
tbey your } cent. Dates twenty days later from Liter- top. Apply to J R. FORTUNE. Pe
fully a
subscriptions in corn. from your lovers and sweethearts, and give pool have been brought by the Hiberma. The newsis March 20, 191" 3 Chesebrough Post, Stearns Office. &Cc 37 Nassau street opposite Hunt large Brother aaaorment. IS of Exclunre Erujlish Plaf.French importing ail German a I

them to famishing brothers and sister. Ha and Clark,Southworth &.Tilden,2:>Nassau and 74 Cedar Goods vihich rrler
decidedly encouraging, a it brings a steady For ll.iYa.iia,, ., they at a great reduction o/
Relief Meeting In Gudsdeii. the son of Zerah not hid the Babylonish street, Post OtTice.
Irh : market, and a decline was Our opposite prices in consequence of the reduction of the
healthy anticipate.
of Gadsden and the wrought of SChI CI DEILLA. R. S Hub- Carleton, Frothmzham At Co. Washington Stores, ofler stock
of the citizens curiously tongue a large Domestic
At a meeting of Tarif Ttal!
on
ganent home markets for Cotton must improve receipt M the Nos. 127 and 12U c
county, held at the Court House in this place gold or he surrendered them when they; 2.th this moith for Havana via Key J. Petit t Co. No. 131 Wiiam.tred. \ Good. the lowest rate.
this
this day for the purpose of raising money to Wfre demanded, would he have suffered as he _intelgence._ -- ._ _--_- _ Wet, rcturnng via Mobile and Apalchicola.tr Dibblee.. Richardson &P.arl Co. 142 slr.t.l'earlslreCt. l'tt'ruary27l'47. -32
-
be appropriated towards the relief of the destitute did ARRICD. St. Maiks. Her touching at the nriou. A3hINU31iiNTs TO Till}
of WI I make it a ;' .. .Tt trip fur any one wishing Importers, Dealers and Jobbers and Fancy
poor cf Ireland and Scotland, on mo. Your heart would overflow with tears On the 17th insf., at the residence of David Rob- places vkt Havana and t'io3? citie- For passaoutap of Staple CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
1 Jowls.
tion, Gen. CIIS. II. DITOXT was calledto joy, if you knew that the attenuated form inson, by James Willis, Esquire, Mr. ANTHONY I K to J. R. FOIVIUNn. Agent.: C. W. 4 J. T. Moore Dry X. Co. No. 207 Pearl street, PKPOEDARD AGREED TO BT THE srCONDGEXtsriier -

the Chair, A. K. ALLISON appointed Secretary of one of those dying creature, while his MAIGE and Miss SMITIIA J. ROBINSON, all of March 2iM l-17. 3: i west side, 4 doors above Maiden Lane. ERAL ; HCBJECT TO THE ACTIoN

and WM. MONROE: Treasurer.The soul is about to wend its way upwr is this County. Perkinj.Brooks&White No. 120 Pearl street. Or THE KEXT CC.NKRAl.A."SLf LT.

been addressed for for saving his ant Just HcccivcU. Grant &. Barton, (God. for Indians,) ) William
.
by
meeting; having praying you street.Jonas : .in ,f ft so to amend Me Constitution of Mi Stat
d>7ea P.atey's new patent geld in ex-
Col. Erskine, Gen. Dupont, and others, the children from the slimy worm that crawlsto TIIC FLORIDIAN I ONE on ca.es, pen Conkling.Co. 110 Pearl street. a\lo\ extend to all free white male inhalitants.tting ..

following resolutions were adopted: revel on their sweet lp, Is Published every Saturday Siblry &Dyke, 1 dozen,Washington Gold Pens, \\'m & Co lot Pearl street.Twecdy t tim, of the United States, t fa shall

Rtsdrcd, 1st. That a committee of four. Cast your bread upon the waters," saith To whom all to the Luaintxs ot I Steel B ads. Poise Pings, and Tassels:, Moultoni. Plimpton,No.4.>* Broad street here r : within. this State one year, the alec.lire

the Chair to be staled the "jou will find it after many letters'appertaining; Steel for Bass, Doremn &Nixon, No. 39 Nassau st. opposite Put .franehue.SECTION
teen be appointed by wor the Office must be addressed postagt paid. Clop Purses, ic .Gold Thimble. O Staple and House Furnishing Dry Goods. : I. Re it tad d btf the Senate and

the Executive Committee, whose duty it shall days ; he that" giveth to the poor, lend- -TERMS- Gold: SOds, a srca' variety of silver Head Ornament FL & J. Buying, Itt and 113 Williams street. 101.c l'r .tIatir, of the State i f Florida

be to solicit from the community contribu. eth to the Lord. You hear the terms- One in advance. SI t o *. Picture Frames with glass, Malcolm i. Gaul. No. 17. pearl street. in : ( .' enftteofd, 1 hat the first

tions, to be applied towards the relief of the the word has gone forth-the hank is sol Four copy copies, in advance 10 W Elastic Bill-holders. Gold, Silver and rtrf'1rte Rust, Dean Wlt 115 and 117 William street, cau'of the sixth article of the Constnu'ion b soamended

destitute poor of Ireland and Scotland. vent-its charter is eternity You doubt ? Subscriptions paid within six months, 3 50 I Papers,, 2')gro,s assorted new Pens ilolj! Washington Stores. as followsviz : Every. free white male person -

Zd. That all funds co raised be handed Scan the lineaments of.jour neighbor'sface. When not paid until the end or the year, 4. O Also, 1liCtS 0i.i n.'*v M.ip of }Mexico Florid,, A. &.Cedar G &. H. Brown, 1S1 Pearl street corner of who ol shall the be.g., at of the twenty-one time of ears and to i p.ar, citi-and

over to the Treasurer of this meeting, to be Who lit the fire in that eye ? Who The circulation of the Floridian equals,if it docs not .. Texas. **" Tf the United States, and of rinl.hal have residedand r

by him forwarded to the Central Committeefor spread the glowing fervor on that cheek 1 surpass, that ol any other paper in the State, and is The _\ .p.d *>on. Wmss* Aclor. Printed Cahritfi exclusively had his habitation domicil, h ana riacr or

the same object, in New York-to be by Who endowed him with that truly nobleness constantly the usual rates extending JOB WORK ApvrnTi, of!all:kinds LSTI,inserted executed J at The (Qna't< Rare in Kpntnckv, Ghost t nrs, Lee 4. Hrewster, 44 Cedar street. permanent the al election'ode in torido. for he shall one year ofTer next to vote preltin

Mid committee transmitted to the proper per- of mien Who gave him power to with all possible despatch and neatne s of style. Ttw! tivor'ed, Peter the Prianl. Commnion .Merchants at,d Jobbet*for the wh"hal at such time and (for six months i imj j
(; and if f Salt
sons in Ireland and Scotland, to be used mutually sport with the lightning, and! make it dis. -__-. --_ -_-n--___--_-_-_---_-_- -- _-__-_ Dickens TmJ'.I| M. Giles:and Atnopmtnt."r. James B.ollp Lift by of Brown Shtettni, (:UIO' Yarn, tfc. I: mrJiotfly lid time, have had his habit

for the benefit of the sufferers from course glad tidings' None-none but He \v. M'KIXNCY *SCLI,, Midnight\\t s\In.ulr.! Altt IJnifI1tlion.,by R. 4. D M. Stebbu, 4."au, between Pine and) I I tion, domicil, bore and place of permanent abode.

starvation in said nations, in proportion to who walkcth on the wings of the wind, mis, Iirli '"tl'l.,hv James Sheridan Knfwlt. Cedar.J. II r in the county in which Icnay ofiVr! to vte. !b.ll.l
ARTIST, deemed a qiiulifird voter at all elections
.
their relative necessities.3rd. and makctli the clouds his chariot." I Romai Traitor,bv I H.! W. Ilebrrt.Coiuic Wandering G Dudley &Co.! Old Slip, between Pearl and j I I undtr
Constitution and others, in election I
TTAVING taken Rooms at Hanner House,"MonLl Water. none except by
: kc.
said committee be instructed to What contrast between this favorer Je'LUCttia. lleanrhamp. general ticket in the '
That a ticello, Fla, very respectful!) tender hn receive subscriptions in grain, to be deliveredin land of ours, and those nations of which vices to those who desire faithful and accurate Likenesses Clark'< M'i.ic Primer. Rhetoric Cloths, Cawmeres, & law, in which cas., the elector must have been a
Bn'd't
be Here hedth with her of friends will be transmitted Wilson G. Hunt A. Co. 'i2 William street corner resident of the State one year next preceding the
which
Quiney, from those who may disposedto we are speaking tbtmeht'or .Xins i 'torlh'2 Latin Diclionarv. Uen-i: <'tt's Bookkeeping within
electionand i months
the flection
contribute in that war, and turn the same rosy cheeks and laughing eyes, gaily skips to posterity tnomentos of the ; ast.lii's ,I Hunter's aSrid.c-d Piano I IiisUutfnr. 1.lde" Lane, Impoiters and Jobber in French, in which he offers to vote Provides, That district no.ol.
and Cloths
Belgian English ,
I Likenesses warranted to Price ( trman
the Treasurer who is hereby author from fruit: to fruit and flower to flower are Ileae. s30 Blnft Lecture,, Fu't Instructor, New York Reader C..simlrt.L"til dier, the "
over to Monticello, March 27, ISJ7 3SIJLPIIIR / P. A. HAYWARD. % S. and Goods adapted to men's r ear; alto. seaman i>r marine in rrgtilar Art* or Navy

ized to sell the same, and appropriate the, funds I I tasting and sipping: the sweets that are heaped March- ?I. !"17. 3S Dealers in American Cloths CasMmeres, and of the United States, unless he were a qualified elector q

arising therefrom in the manner prescribed i even to burdensomeness in the lap of SPRING. ------ r.mlaoonerc; together with Tailor Trimming ,: of this State | revicus to hi.enlistment as such ;

in the foregoing resolutions.4th. I Plenty. There, gaunt famine stalks-a skeleton NEWPORT, WAKULLA COUNTY FLORIDA. Msilu'ses. e4" all kinks si Idier. seaman or marine in the Rtla Army or .'E
i tS. Winston Co. 7''fl Cedar street Importers and ; Navy of the Lnittt States,or of the revenue service,
That the proceedings of this meetingbe 1. with flaming eye bals! -over the vatlies subsTiber would mot respectfully 40 BARRELS FJS RATE MOL'tSES, Jcbbersof English& French and German Cloths, I shall be coc> a resident of the State in conse-

forwarded to the newspapers in Tallahas-I I the mountain, tops, the lakes, the .THE his friends and tie public, that Fur nIt Cjs-.imrres. Ve.tin s, and Goods: adapted to men'swear. flu rll of b 'ins stationed within the sme. 3 J
the J.
WAKULLA HOTEL :
March II, .11
see, with the request that they be published. I woos profound, gorging, like a giant Goul, and is prepared occupies to accommodate all who may desire 1"1. .R FORTVXI Tailors 'Irunminzs ia great variety. PdAsrd. Snalc. December. If MAYS 1., President N113. Senate. ti 4'

CHS. II. DUPONT, Chairman.A. on putrid carcasses in those vast char- to lest the virtues of Sulphur WI.er. during the ensuing L.nvimOCKKNBROrGII Nottt'9 ( .JluniifactiHtt and Root and Shoes. II- ..acncs, Secretary Stnate.P J I

K. ALLISON: Secretary. I net houses. season A. *. A. G. Trask. l./alr6n hllen Lane. cd House, Dererrber 11, I'-JQ. '
:MAXWELL. I .
A convenient bath.hou-was over one of our ,
Committee vnder 1st resolution. Wm. buil 6 iVin Smith Brown, succe-sor of A, Brown, ROBERT BROUN, Speaker Ho. Reps.. .
Wm. Monroe Rev. I is but short since the springs last scar; and another (for the aecommodation No 14 Water street, Kimal LaifGrannissiv. M. D PpvCLik. J.
K. J near
Forbes, I. Harris I a period sons of the Ladies) will be erected during the \\Tl BROCKFNHROUGH wi return to FIn-. :fclto

Joshua Phelps, Marcellus Morgan, Miles M. II daughters of Scotland and Ireland en- Spring. \. T ri.lo 1 in time to attend all llt Courts of J. H. Rinsom&. Patten.. Co.'H;Vi Maiden :t near. Pearl st. .In .let to amend the CUl/ltlliol of thii Ftale s .

Gibson "'m. Stafford JohnV. abundance do Then These Baths can used at all times, never Middle Circuit, and of Jackson IIP'' INrstret.W. ,
Jas. are
Johnson, joyed as we now. b arll Fr.tklir Newell i. Co. 1" street. \ Cowart, II. J. Davis Duncan Baker, Jr., : the highland lad and lass in buoyant health, overflowed. and the properties of the water are as ties in West Honda B &M I will al-) attend the I Csli:1 W. Howe, I'M=; Maiden"Lane.W.ttr biennial instead of annual. .
beneficial toimalids those of spring and Fed" ral *. Their time will l he .
Jason Gregor : roamed o'er the pine clad hills, or throughthe a any !sulphur Supreme Cf.ltrt Sarn'l Daniels &Co. 171 Pearl street. 1 Be it enacted ly the Senate and
in the State It is lot deemed npa here to cite devoted rj-r/i/ofWi/ the legal prottstmn, and SECTION
glens and meadows, to the "Banks 0' cases or give certificates from visitors who have tried claims against the Unilt. States, for the attentive i, Rrj>rrrrttatites of the State of Florvlain -
and Dealers in Hardware and Guns Geniral\1isembly eonrenedTliAt the second
Importers
Bonnie Doon. Peace and cheerfulness them. of have been madein
REMARKS OF COL. ERSKINE. pro"Nttinr arrangements: Wollo .x Bishop, 57 Maiden Lane,corner Gold at. clause of the fourth article of the Constitution of
In addition to the ual fare T
u= at country Washington
were their handmaidens the blooming oH'rs.the A. W Spies & Co. VI Maiden Lane. this State be so as to read as :
-
Wakulla Hotel will regular! supplied with March ) 3! amerdl ()1ows.iz
FELLOW-CmzEivs : heather was their resting place from the b 11.1. Van Waaenen &Tucker, 112 Greenwich, corner I At The ( House of Representatives 4 I,
Green Turtle, Fish and andeerattention
At request, I rise to utter a few words Oultr. shall be ch the and shall
your mid day sun-softly and coyly would the paid to the comfort of \isitors_ Q niLS! Flour 2 :.casks'' Ham. 1)ey.Dennistoun sea by qualified voteis
in behalf of two noble nations, made desolate i.Dithrow. No. opposite serve for the term cf two veirs from and after the
maiden peep into her lover's face, his pi. To gentlemen fond of hunting and fishing this fy 2 casks Sides, I" Shoulder*. :Pearslreet.
a Pearl Streel House, i ol I of the first election tinder the amended Constitution .
of Providence day -
visitation sign radlok' ,
appaling ; Just rrceivnl and for sale
by an broch marshal strains, sounded the affords an unfailing supply of game and bv
in neigbbrhoo
1 Robbins, 131 Pearl street and lunzer and the sessions of the Gen-
to ask alms for the people of Scotlandtheland I ; parents wishing to bring their childrenhere March H, I-17( :3t ,LLOVD FL\GG.. no ; "
Bold Bruce to His Army. Again would Ed"in Hunt 2'') Platt street, corner of Gold Agentfor oral Assembly shall be biennial, and commence on 3
and of there is a good school and divine service even'bbath -
of Burns I
of Wallace, of Bruce, the soft sigh of pity breathe from her cherry day. Notice. Hunts' Douglas \Xl and Tools. the fourth Monday in November, in each and everysecond

Scott-and to beg bread for my famishing: lips, a he played the sweet dirge of Highland The subscriber has good stables for Hor-es,and atentne | undersigned, being about to leave the State Wolfe &GiCpit. 193 Purl street. year, or at such other times as may be prescribed
THE A. 7 Platt street for Cash bv
who are passing by thousands, to 1 Ial &Sn Cheap Ilv.
,
countrymen Mary, she warbled, like the ma servants. several months, requests any who maybe
whist Sec.
Be the third clause
only. 2. further enacted That
the dismal banquet halls of death.! Then W. G. \UGIITERY indebted to him to settle their accounts as soon as
vis that hand
teaful melody. again, of the fourth article of the Constitution amendedso
aroundme Newport Florida, March 22, ISI7. 30 will find it greatly to their interestto
here as
Many, very many, whom I see lock'd in hand, and eye mirror'd in eye, would possible mike settlement they before he leaves The busi- Importer* of Saddlery and Coac Hardware. that the same"hall read as follows: 3d. That the

are far far more intellectually qualified the big love of country ru'h upon their minds, Battalion IVoticc. ness of the. will hereafter be conducted John Van Neat, 114. Pearl strtet. Representatives shall be chosen on the first Mondayin
vividness of the I ttahi"hmfnt. Abraham R..n Nest, 2.22 Pearl street the month of October, in each and
the opposite
to paint in glowing and the chrjsial tears flow, their visionwas let Battalion,51h( Regiment Florida Militia, by Mtsrs. LYNCH, and he corn- every .ton
ti Platt from and .
THE after the first election under a- .
imagination, the once happy days of Scotia'sweal drow ned and nothing 6'e their spirits assemble at Quincy on Saturday) the 10th mends them to the patronage of his friends a every W. J. Buck Extensive Manufacturer and Importer. I year mended Constitution, or on such otLer day as may
and Eriu's prido, and to draw in some slay of April next, at A. M. exerciaearid way worthy of their confidence and favor :
commingled, as slowly. in heavenly cadence, 1 o'cok. .( Smith, Wright &Co. It'.) Maiden Lane.mpotters I be directed bv law.
instruction and and The takes this occasion to ten ler his
; con-com- ulltrlnM
bre colors, and bring discerningly to your : comltis"iont.d Sec. 3. That the fifth clause
*
they More. Hut n ow, thanks to the citizen" of Tallahassee and for BrtfUt. cactt
sang
will
Lhaboro nissioned of said Battalion assemble at 'ilinih' .
ofcer and Dealers in French and Enl.ishD704's
and but few of the
mind their misery wo as to read asfollows
;
present their pale haggard loathsome to 1 0 o'clock, on the day preceding the same the ver liberal patronage he has Jtei-e from them.
I
r 11. Chemical, Essential
I feel for their fallen state than I ) Oifs.Sft.ohson vizThe Senators shall be chosen by the
more acutely ; for the order of
the senses. 1eeldJ Ijing-jierhaps on the place, purpose. Bj 1. E"KER. Moore i. Taylor, si Maiden Lane. qualified electors, for the term of f.iir year. at the
Sco. March 34 3t .
for Ireland is the land of my birth-pale JOHN ERSKINE II, 117
couch unburied in the
same dead-they I atne time, same manner and in the same
tia the soil of my forefathers. America has .Wait the of Col comd'K. 5th Regiment F. :1 mporters and fl7lolesolelealersin ..\re :where they vote for member of the House of -.J

been my home for seven and twenty ).ears.- I gloomy, that night knows sorrow-no morrow." JOHN. W.. JOHNSTON, TIN MANUFACTORY. (ti/s. Due Stuff and / ,JJupallt"j' Representatives "and no person shall b a Senator t
night Oth
Americans brothers! Chtere Lt Col 1t Reg't F.l. Iarilnd. Keese &, Co. MJ Maiden unless he be a hite mm, a citizen the United .
J'e are my May my We instinctively turn from this sickening Dated March 22.! IS I" 30 J. R. FORTUNE, P.ut. No 4-Lib-rtv st near States.aml shall have been an inhabitant. of this State iRfortwovears

last hours be in your midst, and rnj bones finda sight ; but it is only to shudder at one still Battalion Notice. become the sole proprietor of the TI: II[ slel 4.. Mernck l No.. 10_ Gold street, (live doors I II next preceding las election, and the 2 *f.
resting place in free earth. O! dear HAING Maiden Lane) Also Agents for I last resident cf; the district
your I more revolting. Behold, Ireland My fan. Utel the properly of R Flagler i. I se'-erol i year a or"lntyftr which 1
meet liberty! I behold jour children, when I wanders back to the pristine happiness of THE 2d assemble Battalion at, 5lh Regiment, Florida the Militia 10thdaj takes this method of informing public that he manufacturers. ot Chemicals, Hennou's Jujube t I he shall b chosen, and shall have: tnf the age
cy Quinc on Saturday Paste4c.. of tr
these will constantly on hand, at the shop oppositehis twent-fiveyears.
see self-governing men I could with her children ; but it is a a mocking dream ol April next, at 1loc1ock. A. M, for exerciseand k.t.1, a tare assortment of all tl.t varieties of I iloadley[ ,.Phelps &Co. Importers and Wh61es3l I See. --I.:Beifurtlurtfctt.That the sixth clause -
time !
Were this the
proper sad intervenes to tell that instruction; and the commissioned noncommissioned Dealers in Drugs Medicines, <1 of the read :r.
to
realty, reality, us Tin 3111 other articles usually kept in Ins line of Chlmicalt. : so amtndid as a
pure heartiness of admiration for the noble of we officers of said Battalion will assemble at business wil sits> be prepared to furnish any Sluf:. Paints, and Oils, 14 > Water street I follows, viz: The classification of Senators made ;

Scotland's sons, and the sweet emanations ot 1 o'clock, A. M. on the day preceding, at the Sme(14C Merchants lt in country Tin-ware at as low prices Okol. McKesson &Co. U7 Maiden Lane, N. Y. at the first session ol the General Assembly held in -
.Cloy the hungry cdjc of appetite, for the like purpose. Bv order ofJOHN "Fence& Kee-. 1J1: Maiden Lane. (the 1M3, continue unchanged r
the minds of her great, expatiate for hours; as thtcan .it from the North; and hs.bern to year -, "hal ; one hal '
By barf imagination of a feast ER-sKINE and ,amine for them"pht is an object II. H. Schieficlin 4. Co. 101 and 1W John street. ol whom, as nearly possible, shall chosen :
I could also in native for cal Thlr b
say something pride Turn your eyes to yonder mountain, and Col. comd'e 51 lh Regiment F. M. in ha*me it here, alt will be free from damage Wm Burger, 5o and 5.J. Cortlandt street. ever hereafter bilnniallv for the term fonr )ers:

my libertj-loving, generous-hearted country- view the wreck of WM. II. GIBSON which it Usuallv E< fs ,v shipping PioziJed, however, and it is herd that 1
humanity dedare.
men. But none of us came here to-day, to poor ; perchance Majur comd' 2d Bat 5th Reg't F. M Importers and Dealers in French and English China ., the term of office of that class of & unexpired .11
offer to the of the it is the very spot whereon the parents ofJACKSO Dated Quincy, March 22, I I'17.Dislribsihioii GE\ER1L ISSORTMEM) OF TIV-WJRE. Glasi and Eathnlear I at the first election under the amended( Constitution (

up praise memory dtpar.ed or of CVLIIOCX, first drew breath ; 1 do/ Furnaces, such a every family.ol h tohave. Richard F. Havilaad, No. 82 Maiden Lane, above. ,shall extend to,and expire on. the first Monday J L
I
of the land of mountain and of Skimmers
geniuses Fund.
of.rirc Suirar Siuar Oil Ca ,
there stand a dozen or rather burrows lipVr. tl Jtarl. in October, eijhleen hundred and fifty H
fo" 'and of that dear isle, that once 'shone holes fit ho'cls for the ) BY an interlocutory decree of hit honor TliomaBalUell. Counter Naltl. for Stove*, &l, ,;I Pearl: st. corner Coenties Slip.S. Sec 5 Be it further enacted, That the first election
or as a dwelling jackal I *
e an emerald' set in a ring of the sea. No: 1 onl' Judge of the Middle Circuit, in the Sheet I lr< n making Stove Pipes| &E. Willets, 113 Water street. for :\ .trbIJmen. under this amended Consti 'J.4

we came not pilgrims to offer incens" at the. or a resting for the blo filled \atnpjre. mater in Chancery in Leon Circuit Court.The City Tin and Copper fur Hoofll and Guttering of Buil- Henry W. Hadock &Co. 71 John street. tution. shaH take place on the first Monday in October .

shrines a Higher up the side stands ; Talhaslt. u. J. B Bull.et a1 Trustees, it having din:., and put up at : notice, either in the ciTy Simeon D. Skillin, 101. Water street, odoois below eighteen hundred and forty.ei bt; and the first I
of the dead but
immortal to givebread ,i the house of God; the very ivy has entwined :I ben rdered to me .to enquire into and a. rr"- urclunln'I I I Wall street.Manufacturers. session of the General Assembly under this amend-
to the living. Noble task!-exquisite loin, be, the trfio &e Al.SO:a new invention for Sugar, which I
itself from its gaping and crumbling was.I .- I, near as"ay prisons may op draininJ ded Constitution. ,shall commei ce on the fourth Mon
Americans .ou1- 'I propnate objects," U to the design and in- drain it for market in ) and be s the of description of gtraie Eon- in
pleasure nce came ) accordinj \l ; I every day lovembr. in the )'e eighteen hundred s.vlfortyeiht.
hear the I'
Were you not children in the land I Do you irregular tolling of its old I I lcilioii of the to npurt the same, planters to call and "Vimine. nets, and Dealers in Panama, Leghoniand .

of )yourselves hell ; the quick clank, and now the dull som with fit amount to which they may be respectively 21) patent W..I and Cistern smcle and double Rod I I Pale Leaf Hats. Senate Decerrfter 22, IS 10.D .
Shall these be
Egypt people not unto bre soujjd falls heavily on your listening ear- I I entitled fro the fund now in hand :" 1o\ therefore Pumps, well adapted to plantation Uac. Leland 1. Mellen, lt Pearl, corner Pine street. ras H. MAYS, President of Senate.

you as one born among you, whom you shall I less, and less distinct ? The skinny ,all persons, who claim an interest in ( fund MdrchIiI"l. 33 John C. Henderson 4. Co. 17G Pearl street. II ARCHER, Secretary of Senate.

love yourselves Do they not worship the I moral Iluferer by the fire in Tallahassee on 25th Saroni 4. Archer, 151rater street. rod House of Representatives, December 29,
that tolled it has tumbled headlong from the .ay.
William E. 4. Co. 152 Pearlstreet.
Rime God that doT Do they not think as ,are notified and required present hC Whiting

you do? Do you speak the same Ian. crazy spire, a famished cOfhe Hark it claims to me, within thirty days fro" this date, M TOOTH AGHEDR ] Edward Bridge a* Cu. 103 Pearl, arid CU Beaver ISG.ROnERT BROWN Speaker Ho. of Reps.
they
no tolls again, and again. gusty wind fills vrhen I shall proceed to execute said interlocutory) streets. M. D. PAPY, Clerk House .
guage* Did they not crimson this soil in the the dead man's place, ringing a doleful re- decree Mann, Swift 1 Co. C2 Cedar street opposite Post 27, 1*-7. ReIs.February 6m

holy cause of freedom? These countries were It will be proper that each claim The Office.
qieum for all the dead Come, here's a character and nhibil-l LACOUNTS TOOTHACHE ELIXIR is a
the extentofthie 2. to
native land of Mercer who the van at los;
le hovel ; let us enter this den of despair 1 Why which the claimant reduced such loss 3. The sure and speedy cure for the most distressing in Fur, Silk Wool Hats Co-Partnership.
Trenton 3 by ; J7e.aDMlt an
'HUE undersigned have
and Princeton of associated themselves
at ; Iontgomer do you start and quiver like the aspen ? The amount already received from funds contributed for complaint that can afflict the human frame No person ttd Coodi of all Caps JL her in to
who fell so gloriously at Quebec the relief of the sufferer and, J. The proof who has decay t'd teeth should be without this of description pet business, under the firm of BULL 4.PRETORIUS .
in ; by
festering lump see yonder corner every
you partly are now and offer for sale a ,
will which these several .Some have supposed the toothache could Waterstreet. receiving
you never blush for your Montgomery.Of facts can be made to remedy \il&Hurlbut, l.Vj
covered with sods and like appta. choice and well selected assortment of Goods, at the
was once
rags without extraction This
he Commission
John Paul Jones-remember the BENJ. F. WHITNER, not cufd is however Draper Clark 4 Co. Merchants and
Serapis a man-" aye, every inch a man, Master in a mistake The experience of the thousands who Dealer in Bonnets, Palm Leghorn Pauama, corer of Clinton and Monroe streets, opposite the
and Bon yourself Chancery. Laf. .
Homme Richard ; of Jasper-think i one too." Do you see that gla. Talahusee.lach 27, IS 17 30 3t have given this remedy a trial, and who have declared Fur, Silk Brush and Wol Cap., 4c. i.c. Phoenix Buildings, and known a the Blake corner.

of Savannah! ring madman who sits beside the lump, ( : Sntintl copy.Notce. if it cost trio per vial!, they would not b No. 31 Nassau street, (opposite the Post OtEce.. where they will b pleased to see their old Irierkb
all who
and those are desirous of purchasing CHEAP
that extraction
Though the starving bodies of the Irish without it, proves conclusively !
and lie in hovel gnawing his own sinewy flesh ?-hisery anJ tint the toothache can be and Ribbons Straw Goods, Artificial GOODS
insensate a or on a ntt"sry. cure Flo'.I.Juhn
Sot bones seem to rattle. Can you not spare -l 4FSSRS. DAMON L. LYNCH are my duly authorize the teeth saved for useful purposes .. af-- C. Henderson4. (\). 176 prepared to ACRE i!tbe
mounin's side, thousands of miles .INI during from the '. and themselves. It costs but 50 Co rearstreet. latest and most fashionable style, that,
him a crust from your large how agents my ab.enct flicttd tr* satisfy William : Whiting & 122 streEt.
from this blessed land with the loaf Lk be ordered at their establishment,and
may
State. FRANCIS
overflowing WIKNKER cents ,ial!, with necessary directions for use. wil..
he all around plr al
golden hanest of bread ; yet their very spiritsare gloats on again, March 20, 1817. 3'Notice. > The public may r( assured there is no danger in IWolesale Dealers 1'011 Leaf and Straw Goods, sure those who may patronize them that .
there sits what was once a woman she is endeavor to satisfaction in l%
i of this remedy For gif
mournfully crying help! help!!-a crumb, the application lal. by George Bridges, 102( IVarl street. Their assortment every rNp"
now a starving ideot-yet she is happy-ma LEWIS romprises.in part :
brother-a crumb dear..i5ter-hne reached &AIE
and terna! love has outlived the pangs of want J rD1. GALBRAITH is my Agent during my ab- March 11, 1517. 31 !" Importers of Lace Goods, Mitts, Glares, Hosiery, Superior Frrnth and Eniluh Broadrlolhs,

your ean now nestle in yonr hearts.- and reason ; that's her dead child she kisses from Florida. Ci aral. St e. Do. dC.SSUU.. t.. Do. do. FANCY do.

Why should misery be cherished in your PHILIP T. PE\RCE. Jll IiescgvedIIIIDS. : J. A. Underwood, 121: IVarl street. VESTLVGS.athin .

hearts T Because it has there found a refuge and presses to her arid breast The corpse March 'O. IS 17. 3: :UAdllnlslrntor'f bacon. "Side JO i doz pt Scotch Ale Silk, Trhet, Cloth Woollen1 Tel ret do.R4DF'.1MDE .

from the frigid face and glaring eye of famine you 1e-f lying at her feet, was her husband ; 5 an J .Shoulders, :! qt lot. Porter LlpOrltTl:1ilcturt and Dealer* in Hosiery CLOTJIIXG.-Fine Black
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Some would say "cha should he died while scraping that little grave ; you Sale. 2 hhds superior| Hams, 1 bbls Almonds,, Brazil- ,, Scarfs Caps, English and French Dress and Frock Coats, mtdiumqualily
tJ at an order of(the Judge of : : Oil Stock. Linens,$, Sfe. do.,French Cassimer Sack Cysts do.Tweed,
home." But who wanU'for see his arms are still in it, and his head upon AGREEABLY'o Probate 25 kegs Lnrd. nuts,and Filberts, -i/b. e.
the necessariesof *, Florida 1 Charles B. hlatcbNo. 97 William Black, Brown and Plaid Surtoufs and Overcoats.
the to 10 ferkins Butter, 10 street. da
brink it was to place his dead child in .hal drum s.
life in this land ? No one. Thanks to I ; ; tl before the Court House door, rroee of 10 boxes Soap. 5 bbls dried A pplt E.Stone&! Greacen. 107 William and 6G John streets, PANTALOONS of every description Large assort

.the kind Husbandman above, who has cud I and now, the poor, fond, foolish mother, will Quincy, on Saturday,.the 17th day of April 1S47, i 3: Sierm| Candles, 10 bassets Ch mpaignc David \. Herrick. 72 .Vlaiden Lane and 7 Liberty ment of \T"S. also of Hosiery Shirts Gloves,

the of the earth to spring forth in abun no part with her babe Who is that lovely two neglilavej,to wit: Mary',a girl, about 10 years SO:!fifeks Salt. ( Wine. street, near William. Cravats,Sa ,Collars Handbrc ief.lelf adjusting

frit He who in the creature, with blue veins and white forehead, of boy, abut r.o year of age. "SoW 2'ubbhUhnkey! For sale by Stocks, Opera Ties, Suspenders, Stin &c..
And
cannot plenitude clear the crystal, and as I- for a distribution ? the heir of the estate of I:. B. &D. W. OST.: Importer and an4athl"of Gmtm. and &c., -c. BULL.
of His power, fills your basket to o>'er. That a yet, a pure Archibald Black, decea*<-d. 20, IS 17. 31 Ladies Furnishing GO. November 21, 1 UG. IS J. PRETORIUS.
was maiden. February
flowing to-day, make it empty by a frown totnorow that a Who is that old crone, E. S SHEPARD. Adm'r. -- Geo. M. Tracy, 123 Pearl Street.Importers .

? Beware Can you not reserve passing shadow, who is composing the March 20, 15-17.. 3 I DR. HULL'S E. BARNARD, Jr.,
maiden for the 1 That of Combs Brushes Cutlery French,
I ounce of meat a day, a still have plenty \t rent--ttwas the grave father of is her only pa- State of Florida.IN Engand German Fancy Goods. INFORMS his friends and the public

A of meal lel day would not the maiden, who CHANCERY.-IN THE CIRCUIT COURi' White 4 Tasker, Nos. and 113 William street, ha taken the store on the corner *
hndful fell from the II
crazy old spire, while tolling the I COUGH lOZENGES i Slor of Monroe and Two Hundred Footstreets
your life. The offal from kitchen FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY. Washington (
your knell for bis dead daughter. Now the Cook, 87 opposite the Pearl Street nearly opposite tbe Court House
Lyman
the and that ser : gusty Hampden S. Linton, Complainant, I'ear where be found
bu bra your wind hi may a general assortment
er rings funeral note There, the the relief coughs,colds,consumption,asth- House.
Tai cast t te would b a banquet t mother totters, and falls did FOR whooping cough, catarrh tightness of the uf genuine DRUGS AND MEDICINES- Every attention -
Ibot dog -hunger that Catharine Eliza Smith John M. Smith, and Richard paid to orders of Phsieia and Planters.
people. I a kingly pre he was the better wrestler. See, she drags Ii Harrison Defendant i lung or cbes'ronchllis, and all pulmonary affcc Impt" and Manufacturer of Fringes, Gimps All articles warranted good quality,low far cash.
boxes sold with
been
Several thousand have
fogitire you will enjoy, when you know that her form towards her daughter' couch and TT appearing to the Cour by the affidavit of comJL ", Zephyrs, ll'orstedsc. 4-c. He has just received a supply of SHEUMAN'
in the last six months, immediate relief to
you aro human beings from a lingering plamant, that Catharine giving D. A. Booth, 10 William street. I WORM COUGH, CAMPHOR and
CATHARTIC
rescjing rises again. She places the shamrock-_ derenant. Ei those who base been with the most distressing
emblem
Smith, i is m non-resident and afice ; '.
valuable
OZENGES articleaod
horrid Lorrid death. in the
I ask lose, Sha of the trinity on the maiden's snowy the State of South Carolina : coughs sod cold, letoring to health personsin Dealers in Linen and Cotton Threads, Combs able form of administering medicines. mat ae

yo mjr t take one gtu But who will Ordered, That the almost every stage of pulmonary afeton. The Buttons,Looking and
frica bosom. now br the dead ? 1 i.tfoe lid defendant do Glt.I. Iptuf SHERMAN'S POOR MA "S the
whole world should know that Dr. Lozengessre PL.S.
Qn:: airit d and Aye a little The mother bends to the : appear answer the complanat'.bill on or before English,French Gtat ,cheapest and best plaster ever
ta a certain cure for all diaeasesleading to Levi 4. Co. 133 Pearl street.
in
? lovely that the the third Monday the eon .
: glowing tame Cook for Rheumatism the Back Side, Weakness
chirn sumption. They are recommended by thousands who Pike 39 Nassau st.,opposite the Post Office Pans i a
pint their Leaven .Take her up tenderly, will b taken for cnte and the matters thereof & icAlo
o may have used them, and they relief when
for pray Lift her with care; u further Ordered, say tha give ALL-
OLOSAQNIAN
DR. FOLGER'S
dere i .or
you Will from .n all other means fail. cents box, with
you dea filling your Fashioned 1 slenderly. Tat copy of this ore.r published in some of per Manufacturers and Jobber of Umbrellas andParasols. HEALING BALSAM.aninvaluablearticUfor
pp 1 often, and draw it hess ? The Youngand fair printed in the State full directions. For sale by .
jrou 1 ; public ne.papr once a Asthma Bleeding at the Lungs C raamp.
LEWIS t AMES Cough
j y you for that And her evesclose tLem, wek Henry Keep t Co. 122 Pearl Street. cJiitain.log
pay strange ornament to consecutively.THOMAS March 13, lS47. 34 Tallahassee.rtJTISTARS a its kindred diseases. Pphfu.
>e mouth would Staring blindljr. BALTZELL, Judge. from in respecting ,
Person <
boy -
u a
many cerifcte a nl
mouhfu A true Glass and Manufacturers of Solar
of oajnjeal for a ditu Shm and Now, to thy task, poor loitering morl-! C. G Firs copy Clnl.Tete. VV BALSAM 01.WILD CHERRY, for Cutn. and Rich Cu Glass. it nluale effect*,can b bad gratis, apvMng .
sale a n'e.
LEWIS >
by
t o the cl o.nake envelops God give thee strength. Alas 'twas but Monticello, .., Mach 1C, [(20)] 1847. 35 .4m February 'Jfl, J 1847 31 &AME. Tamer &.Lane 43 Duane street. Tallahassee. January 10, 151ff. !5 t '


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w cit;; p Kxtract train the act of Cogre of 3d March, Leave Thoraaville: every Thursday at dam. arrive 10. The distances are given according to the best SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, ---L.ArfD-SALES. Collector** !iuc7 !
f" 1S1.S.'ttion1. at Mouticellp same day by 3 m. information but no increased will Slowed, of Ti'rtne of the power rested
: V4I : p ; pay be PERMANENT CURE pursuance legal authority, tbe subscriber will BY in lie
REMOVAL AND
e t. ""fn-l be further enacted That it shall be the 3' >2 From Ojiincy to Cliattahoochie 21 miles should they prove to be greater than is advertised, if FOR OF THE ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN IN for sale at public auctionat the Court House shall on the second Monday in Ia" I
drty of thePt'tmsterGeneralin all future letting and bark, twice a week. the places arc correctly named. OF TilE BLOOD of Madison County between the hours of ten and expose for sale before the Court Hou: t,
ik Leave Quincy every Tueediy and Thursday at 4 I I. The Postmaster General is prohibited by law IMPURE STATE 13th city of Tallahassee, County of Leon
t.3 -. .o f contracts (o theArauwportationof the mai.to le pin OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM two o'clock on the day day ol MAY next,the thi.
; the sanre in every <$ue, to tho lowest arrive: Chattahoochie same dJ)s by 0 p in.Lcive from knowingly making a contract for the transportation VIZ following tracts of land to wit ; described property, or so much thereof M 7"f
:n f ing sofbcient! nrteci for faithful performance, Chattahoochie every Wednesday and Fridayat of the mail with any person who shall have : Obstinate The S Iof Section 23, 'I) the State and County Taxes due thereon for JJ*
without other reference to the mode of such transportation I a in, arrive at Ojiiney sitne day by'o a m. entered into any combination or proposed to enter Scrofula or King Evil Rheumatism The S W i of Section f, I[ InTownahipNo. 1, 1810 :
cl than may klje nvcesary to for the Proposals (lot I ri-weekly service will 1 be considered. into any combination to prevent the making of any Cutaneous Eruptions,Pimples or Pustules on tht The N W 4 Section 25. f Range No. 7, S fc E. E i S7 4, Sec 6. T 2, R 3, N and K.W '

.- I'ie celerity. rerUi Ay,and security prvio transportation : 3-VTI. From ChattahooVjiiby Ochesee, mount Sid for a mail contract by any other person or persons, Face Blotches Bile, Chronic Sore Eyes, Jhngn'onm The N E 4 of Section 2LJ to belong Wesley Forbes,Trustee,* 'btj
t.' .1' ; nor shall my new contractor hereafter be required town lola ant Fort Gv5! den. Apalachicola, 150 or shall have made any agreement, or shall have given or Tetter, Scald Head,Enlargement and The E i of Section l.Townsuip 1. R S, S& E. S J Lot No. 179. original plan of the
to purchase out, or take at a valuation the milt' and back,twice a wOk.from 1st October to 1st or performed promised lo give or perform, any Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, The W i of Section 6, 1, R 9.II lahassee, purporting to belong to Wn. Min.T, *
t1 stock vehicles of contractor lor the of June in each year, and once a week the residue. consideration to do, cr not to do,any thing whatever Syphilitic Symptoms, Sciatica or Lvmba, and Lots No,. 253 and 2.W,North addition fit,
s. or any previous Mer On the ISth day of MAY. at the Court House of rf
From 1st October lot June. to induce any other person not to bid for a mail con Diseases arising from an injudicitus we f lahassee,purporting to belong to estate f B.B.T]*
) same route. the will be offeredfor
Jefferson
Particular cialscites or Dropsy, Exposure or Impnulenctin County, following tracts land.
I/we ChatUhoochie every Wednesday and Fridayat tract. attention i called to the 2fth section
will careful read thu forms nd
33Didders to *
: :
5 : viz
: instrurtions this advertisement. I i m, arrive at ,Apalachicola next day by f p m. t,( the act of 1SG, prohibiting combinations to Life .il'so. Chronic Constitutional Disorders. sale : Sec4T2R2N; WlSWj
ti,' ., appiided to TtY The W | of Sec 13,)
Leave combination hitherto1 R2NandEF.NE
} are ta state, in their ,, the palachicola every Tuesday and Thursdayat prevent bidding. Pills preparation is a un- E of Sec 14 S In Town 1 S 5 East. 4Sec9.T2R2
requested; The
:: by which ut'l to proposals Where 5 a ci, arrive at Cluttjiioochie next days by 11 a 12. A bid received after time, to wit : the 10th X known in the history of Medicine differing entirely | ,Range E; W i SE4Sec.3T2, RZ.Naodl
PSitt. they
'\ convey called ta. March nf'xt. at 9 a. n., or without the guaranty re- in its character and operations from the Various The Si of Sec 31. ) 4, Sec 3, T 2, R2NandE.containing
the
I :: ; th size and weisht of Ih- miiK or speed The N J of Section 6, Town 2, Range 5, S& EOn
1'11 f the schedules, shall it, the contracts From let June to 1st October. quired, law, cr that combines several routes in one preparations Sorsaparilla which have beenat purporting belong (William Hall are
i t : will be ravla for colch, steamboat require, or railroad con- I>ave Chaftah'KKhie every Wednesday at 12 in, sum cf compensation cannot be considered in com different times offered to the public. It acts specifically the 25th day of MAY, at the Court House of ern Life Insuranceand Trust Company.
.s. '. as the o case may be; "d.consequent such arrive at Apalachicds next Friday by 11 a m. petition i : with a regular proposal not adjudged to be upon[ the whole system, thereby bringing it Gadsden County,the following tracts will be offeredfor ) Lot No. North-west addition to tkc
f ,e'anct r.y.l.tch"la Mondiy at 9 arrive elit and immediate influence. Although sale, viz : Tallahassee, purporting to
routes will bs let bids sa ch mode of con every a m in.Il"lnt. under its direct belong II M
.S :tf In all other I proposing the will be assigned a! thatt iho''cliie next Wednesday! by 11 a n.ProjwiN lit.: A bidder may offer where the transportation pos-K wod of powerful healing effects, yet it is entirely In Township 3 North Range 3 West. Agent.
I: veyance.to bids proposing cue the cheapest mode of trans : for an at, iiiinnil weekly trip from 1st called for in advertisement difficult or impracticable harmless, so that it cannot injure the most delicate Fractional Section 5. All of Section IS, Lot No. 2. Sec 32. T ?. R 1. N and Wv
I October to Ut June will be considered..Tiil. health effect All of Section 7, All of 22 4 Sec 32 T2R lNandW
I at certain seasons, tn substitute an inferi;.r : constitution. When in perfect no ; WJ NffjyiT
, ; t portation."PROPOSALS : l. From St. Jo>eph*!< to Apalachicola.l't miles mode i.f conveyance, or to intermit service a sptci is produced by its use except an increase of appetite S i & N W 4 Sec 8, All of 23, 1, R 1, N and W., containing 232 acres wnS

; : FOR CARRYING MAILS OF and u. <-k, twice a week from Itt October to 1st June f fled number if d.i\s weeks, or months. He nay: ; but whcndi'ea"e i is seated in the frame and All of Section 15, All of 21. ing to belong to A. F. Duval and the Union fi frf
: : JL Hie United States from the let TiE ', IS 17, to and once a week 'the residue of the year. propose to orr.it an office f that i if iniccesjible.: or is carrying fast i its victim along the path! of life. then All uf" 17, Floridciv
i :
I the 30th June 151, inclusive, b,* received at From 1st October to 11 June. not on the sta. e r"II.II.1. railway, c>r at steamboat its mysterious influence, is fell and seen ; it enkindles In Township 2 North RnRC 4 West jSWSec3lT2fl1Nandy
:t the contract olDce! of the Pot wll Department in Leave St. Joseph's every Monday% and Saturday at landing the rate Ila" '1(' ; rr h? may offer :o sub."tilatc'an new lifts, and vigor, and brings health and strengthto All of Section 17, I All of Section 30. W i N E 4. See 27, T lR 1, N and w" .

. lit ': the city of Washington until 0, m., of the luth 7 a n. arrive at Apalachicola same this by '. p in.LearAp.ilachiei inferior mole if supply in sm b rasrs. He the suffering and diteased.ii Fractional Section 2'), I| ing Ifio acres, purporting to belong to Day LT.rr

. :: ,. March, IS 17, (to be decided by the a 1st day of April) >Ja every Sunday and Friday 7 may I'rnp""f' ditforenl drs: and) hours of departure! TRUTH i* Sm.v>GKR THAN Ficnojr."-LET On the 31st day of MAY, at the CoVirt Home of son and the Union Ba k of Florida -
', tJ I on the r'iitcsad in the manner and tim herein specified. a in, arrive at St. Jos pli's same da}! by 5 p m.: and arriI.'ftt'iJ..d; no more running tin. is asked, THK: FACTS SPEAK FOR THEISm.vEs.-Thelollow- Jackson County the following tracts will be offered Lots New. 37, 75,79 and SO,North additl t.
j r .. viz : From tat June to 1st OctohW. and it i is oitvionthat! no mail Vonm-xim or ofheputilic ing certificate i is only .'n Leave St. Joseph's marri'eat : inniodation is lie ask its merits. Let the afflicted read and K. Walker, Trustee, & "Wg*
;e FLORIDA.3.VU. !! i : every Saturday at 0 a :c( prejudiced. may testimony to In Township 5 North Range II West .c.
h} From St. Au ,tinc, by Jacksonnle and 1 Apdac'iicobsameday by 7 p m. for more running time !In the trip during* specified be convinced. What it has d'>ne once it will do All of Section 1, S 1 N W .1, andS ] S W 4 N W 4, Sec 1ST 3R 2.NandE (
I. '-\"t Apalachicola Friday at 12 arriveat number of day, at certain wagons of' peculiarly bail inglf) acres, purporting to .
Kirkhml to St. M m's,Ga., t I J ,once I every m, ; again. hnd N E of Sec 2. WofNE4, belong totte ,
Sj. Joseph's mnc'cl.uii 10 roads but' these rhaisres < al for CII\RLESTOWV Mass. 23d 10. Ludy C. Fertili. ,
.1. m week. by j I' m. : beyond a prop service Sept IS SEJof Section 3, Section,
: Leave St. An JutinQ every Wednesday at 2 a m,arrive -I 3"i2l'roin: lirinliridze, (a., by Chattahoochie, different! from the adve-ri'svmer.l will-rcvtnf| its This may certify that mv sots, now a. ed seventeenhas Nof 00 -1. SW4of ikction '2'1. A. A. FISHER, Sheriff
;: at St. Mlr's next day by 12 m. Kin.Mol'*, Marianna Scnrlock's Spring, Webbville, being considered in conpctit.on with a 'egiilar! bid been for ten years afflicted with the scrofulous V&WofNE4) SJof 23. Leon County and e* offieio Tat CeJJector
(2a.ntt Uton, Gt'II Almiratite Milton not set aside fur and wh'rehitt humor. At the ofteven he had the measles December 5 1540. "
.' Leave St. Miry's; every Thursday at 1 p m, arrive : ? and Flori t'\taa"3anct' : contains age years AndV4ofSEL' Si&NWSec2.1. 20
,: at St. -jstinenexttlay by lip in.3V IIJtJwn! tll'cn"arola.231 miles and back three times any of the above all rrat ietr.their disadvantages which probably caused this humor to make its appearance Section 0, ) All of Section 2..
':.t: l.KiwnS Augustine" New Sayrrnt.St. L'J' S 't..I. will be estimated id ci.rr.paring it with other propo11 in a most singular way covering his body All of Section 7, ,\nof 23. Upper Sti\vaunrc Springs,
cie all Miami river' to Key t, nut) miles and I. M\V !Jljinftri-lire every funday: Wdne!diy, antI! sa;". from his head to his f'elvilh small tumors. I consulted SW4&WiofSE4, Allof" 27 EAST FLORII.ij .
,
.r ." back twice month ( Friday at 'i a in. arrive at IVnsacoJu e\irv TuesJat. Tli. re hctJ! be bnt one route b:J f>r in i pro- a Doctnr'f<.Jirifie. and he examined him .
:1 a ; Section S, All ot. subscriber takes this
: FrMiv.a.ic1. ,-Ii\.l t '1I I ,' n- pus.1..1.i three days in succession and not understanding his 2"1. TilE ( method( f ;..
.r; luwiin Lave, arrive St. 'at'K; West on th in- seven 1st and di>loth s. of (:11 LM\-i IVn"jc.U l'.,'r'and' iv Tuerdiy and Fridiv .". The route the service, the ycarl; pay the bid Case advised me to consult Dr. Roger,of New York, E'jofSW4Sec II !. All of" 29. : his frieudaantl A- public t
N W of 10.11 tlf" he has taken
'.. Leave Key West o y the -th and 23tlot( each month at. 31"i, arrive at laiflri"J: .;* every Tuesday, der's n inc UlcI residence, and! the nsne..1 Mh m.-ni- then being a resident of that city. After a long 1 4 30. a lease on the above estatij, .
arrive at St. : a*t'ltnt| in pevsn days.Propo.ialji Ttiur ia\, and S.ind.it. In in p m. bet of the Iii in, where! a rninpany .firs, Oni.1 be and critical examination, having more thin thirty NWJ.&SlofSccI2.llof"" :U. intent for a term of j ears,and will be prepared ta*
.=. for service once a month will bs con iJ. iV.jM.us! I">commence the rout eat ChatUhoocLie, itistiRctl'stated-al." II... mode! of c. jveyance: if ahi.h'r other medical :.'ntl'm'nilh him at the same time, Eiof NAV4, H, .\of' 3-1. cotntnodate J1 who may favor him with their MI"ronaae.
.f'gf _: ered. I will? bi c m. ju tHirSt back i i. inll'II.'t. he pronounced it Si rofula or Kinz's Evil. The E J of Section 15.11 of 33, As regards the mineral Dualities of the, !

.' :cir*. l From St. Augustine t.) Picohta, IS mile P'i;,,*.11. f<'r ""0 a ,,'k. ,1,, for twice a wotk !I.i. The bid! shruM:(1 !,<. fviii iiit'r fal. addressed' child was then prescribed for,and commenced taking All of "" 17, All of 31. ter, they cannot be surpassed by any watering pU.
i :, eri'icwill b<>rniiKlereil.r ; the Fir, .io.itt.inh Allot' IAllef 35. in America The Springs will be opened
and bko'veaweck.'i Ito t I'.ina.ler! Gt-nenl.; with riu dical dnirx from that time. He grew worse until bj th.fat
; ,\. .. : Leave:. .n.pbtine evcryTues'iiy at -a m, arrive : -:. 1'11 Marianna by Oicy! Hill and Holmes' : M.iil PrupoMi'it in (he State; of _;' w litt.-n on June of 1VJ7 alldl th! n his ln>nf-i bi-came afTcctrd in All of "" 19, I All c.C" 3';. day March. Charges will be moderate,and rrcrr

..:.... at same J I> by 12 in. Vil'y$ t-i LVbec .Auna iw miles anil back, nice a the face of ih.' Kttt-r; a dsii'iiM! !b.> (!i.apitcili.ij\ in conseijiii'iice: of the mercury that had been given him.A All of 20. attention will be paid to the comfort of all who m
Pic'Jhr "week.LUVO. tisneto \I. .'i iv.tl :, IK-IMV the bone from his In Township North, Range 7 West, favor him with their company. The subscribe
'1 Lave hta.ry Monday at IQ ri rn, arrive at c r. y t.r Imh' M-J.'CI iu-\t picve of came away under-jaxv in
&i St. .\n. 'Hint 11( let day In :a r. Maiiannsevert'flurslavat" 0 am. arrive at at .i. i.'i 1 ('k. .1. m. I the first place, as 1.irr" as an English walnut apiece Fractional Section It 11, [I Fractional Section 21. provided with Rood and faithful servants,fine stahl,,
All of S 23 I
!"f' for twice", al! : '.'Iros.l., bo consi Ji red. 1.". ve Tehee .\)*: every '1 uestlav at G a ra, arrive the lf July hexl.I" from near the crown iii' his head. It then went to In T 3 N. R y W. All of Section IS. Invalids laboring under the following diseases oar

..1 3::J1. From Giro's Fery. by Fort Harlec, Ncwnaasville at Mnrianm n xt day by :t p ra. 1 I'. ,I:!'!.. at o.Ticc situntril ,i.p rr ii'.irilroads Ihe bark and . ; : all Hllisvillc, to .\Hi.alr. S') and :<.".!7. From Minanaa Jitckion county foi-'t. An- I tic: rr.cre I'! an eigLty rods from a depot From thence to one of his limbs, separating con- S E 4, Sec G. All ot Section 11. cure: Dispepsia, Diabetns,Prolapsus Utm.
I, ,,. .' back once a week. mid dr-t\s I l\v, ''. i miles and Jiack once a week.L.av ia ill!, immediafrlv after the Itt April m-\t.! report siitUMiCf| of the III1""ral it.lI. the muscles and cord These lands, selected for the State many years all kinds of Scrofula,Scald IKad,Tetter,and then-

.r i \ Leave Girey's Ferry every Tuesiay at 4 p rn, arrive Miriam eve 1) Thursday at e* a in,arrive at that fat to tit,- di.artt.i." f, "Idill |tilt|i ir ('}.Id ds-: Yoiii[ I the bones of the ankle joi nt on the back pal t.- since, and ling in agreeable neighborhoods are rious painful disorders of this class.
at Allirator next day II ta. o Sf. Andrew's Hay next dir C p tn. lan from the rain>. "!. Leave Alligator Monday: at 2 p rn, arrive at Lfj.v '. An'lrevv's! l Hay every Tuosdiy at C a in, <)Iitd with the: mail! tu enable th.- l'.i-.lrr..i-cr; from the ulaMol the throat and those places I have TERMSOnefourth ca"h.and the other three- who are fond of this graceful and plea. innereis
every
.:4. CJre Ferry.next d I y by I') a in.Proposal arriv<- at Marianna next cay by <; p :. General direct! the proper le (roib into?ioneth. In IM't' lived I I in Portsmouth, N. II., fourths in three annual instalments with interest FRANCIS A. HCSOX.
: !. fur twicV, a'ls-j for three times a week 3j: *. From Geneva .\ta., to Clay Rank IS miles the railr.>as l In tuil;: Kussfiizcr. *, fr la and al! r t the and he was attacked: with Rheumatic Fever, which from the date of sale payable annually in advance ; February 27, IS 17. 3u 3m
and l back once M week.L' the purchaser to give bond with approved security V The Journal". Tallahassee.
let July! m-xt. settled Adrerthe'.paiachicola"Tinies.
: -. ill be consifl.Tel.3Vtt. in one of his hi;p., which swelled as large as ,
"r } 8Irn( \From Jidnville to Alligator, 7'(> mile '"ve Geneva every Tue Jjy at 9 a ra, arrive at li. tlltl.-rlh. art of fJ.I Mar-'i! l..n.I(he route is t hr:'c of the cit h.'r lU-iui under Medical treatment, or if any purchaser shall prefer to pay up the whole ."Columbus,"Whi"Griffio.
;.::,. : anJ back, once a we. Clay I'JI'K !sain d \\ by "i 1 p m. to be let fo the .(',-t l.iJ-Ur, tendtrin: tilT.i irntCuiranties I hey gave him laudanum until he lost his reason.Thtn .- price in cash a discount shall be" allowed of five percent Flag &. Advertiser," Mrnf nmery, will p'leaseropj
s-S 'I. LeavJackanville every Tuc-sJjy at G p n. arrive Lca'.u C.t! Hank evry :Monday at tt. n, arrive ti-r l.i'fllll"'l! i rr.l1nr.'. without her I became a1.l1 m.I.! and si-nt for a Thomsonian.I'is on the credit instalments. once a week for three months send one paper containing
C \ at Alligator. next thy by TJ m- :It I M- .-\.1 -:;*' daby :'t p n. (-H'II..e t.. tile I It de .1 trans"ri: anus, t"Ian. 1\ I. I m..Jlrilic! helped his hi:1; and s'lrnl his reason. JOHN BEARD, the notice, and their bills for tie an* as
1e4' Leave AIlirxtore\erv Monday at 'J pm,arrive at :::t'}.'. Kr.iiii nsio-.Iit, b> honey Cut, Ala., and < necessary tu protido i for the .h! '<- I'd.'rih. .-rtjintt.\ Die, third time he was attacked with this fever in Register Public Lands for the above.
f Bla'-l '. to Mobile, 73 lailes and back, three times and ..4j Jacksonville next day ty'.:ra.lor I : : a h'l! !t.!, \\ht'n heanni ol Ur. Sands Sarsaparula, and State Tax Collector's Sale.
.1 Propo4als a twice, nisi t n three" times :week \ceik.I.eavc. tl.cr) lowot hid pip**?* a mode! i f Csxivrjance 'ciii4 perfectly satisfied that all other medicines had Tallahassee. February 6, IS 17. 2U 3m
1 i service 0:1 this r vile,will be cun.i.lr> I'Vrv *roJj every Sun I,y, Tue..!jy, and Fri. that ii inadeijiistt- the! rtiute in respect I" tie! tailed 1 of ectii)2!! cure, I sent and procured six: bot- The Savannah Georeian, Charleston Mercury, B virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
'; 3"i.>;. J'rom P litkby, Orinjo SJin; :<.Fort Kinj, d tat -*> p ia, arrive Mobile rievt day by 11 3 m. ccr'aiiify. security and celtrity < f the maiN, aietrotn Ics, and by the time he had taken it all I considered and Columbus Times will publish the above six shall ex pose fur sale, on the fourth Monday in
'.t. ;' Lon Swamp Oka'unmki, Fort Hide and Fort Foster Lavf M .I.! !!}rt cry :\"n1n. Thursday,'and Satur any arcrtninndalion for travel, it will nit be i-n- iim; : well.! Those places healed-he became bright weeks, and send their accounts to the Register cf August next, before t he doer cf the Court House,at
day, at I T? .n iso at Pcnsacola dj\s Public Lands for the State of Florida" at TalKha Roch's Bluff, in the county of Wa'bingtonStare
,to T.riu; :i mils aid hick, once :\\( rut next hv 7am. title l to the route2 antI 1\'ely-cf.lci cairnto his f.ice and lips-from -
.. ? Leave Pilatka every T-ucAlay at I' :u, arrive at rr..l"; tmiJ'rI'tJ. When the (t.1; does not name 3'mode t.fcotvey- hat time till the Fall of hUt his complaints never see. Florida, the following! described lands, or so muck
.1" .. Tim,-u mxt Friday by :p (. :'. j't. Froi; K'> West by Indian Key, to Charles ance, it will be taken and nuK-r$>tn..1 I to l he for the troubled him. At that lime he becamedeaf which thereof as will pay the State and County taxes doe
;: Live Tai.iPi e\ery Tuesday at 10 a m, arrive at ton. S. C.. "'1' mil**? ditd bark <>rda TnonJh. |lowest mode of nx'f\ance, to wit : on h.r >e' ack continued: until la ,:1.I PiUtkat I"rMi: > by .1 p ra. T.e.t%'l' Kv We! frumlhl' |l'iI"; 1 to the 20th of each \\11"1)\ it proposes to cam according!;:, ti the atlrer- afli-etcd; from that to the left eyecovering the Tax Collector's Sale. f'10 acres, lying in Hoim s* Valley,purporting

-}. : Prop.liils ftr twice a week service. will be considered. raoni! arrive at Ch. il : 1 I patch. the route in t the advertisereit, it\will be con-id"-red deprived of isht. expose for ale: before the Court House Also, 4'X) acres, h ing in Holmes Valley, pcrporf-
..'\ 3-VI7.' IV rn Pilatka !by lnterprisetoMellonvilje, Leave C'llult.ton 1'.: the 1st day {,f each month.arri. as oirrins: only f..r t.r,.b irk comevanee.Jl. Knowing that Sand Sar aparilla was the only door in )Monticello Jefl ron County on the ing to belong to G. Sweet.
.;. t 12:; tlul.arid bick, once a week. .'' at !:>> West with all practicable despatch.! J. Sine' the; pso.aeeof tt.eaet of i March 3.1'-1.i.| medicine that had ever done him any good, I appliedto First Monday in July n'xt, Also,!.<'') acres, purporting to belong to the stats

''. 1 Leave Pilatka. every Ttiealay at li') a n, arrive atJllello.mlle IV'tv .1.! !', (jfltflJ. ( Cape Florida and St. Augustine a new de.cri'itioM i of bi.l has been received. It pe- Mr. Fowle, Apothecary, at Boston for more. He the following property or so much thereof will of Jo eph M- White, and lying on St. Andrew's 27.
2 1 next:I diy by 5 i m..ta will !>? con idereil. cities no rni.-ile < f conveyance,but engages to carry I the has taken fifteen dollars worth which has removed pay the State and County Taxes\Jut" thereon for the< Also 161 acres, lying on the head of St. AndieVa
.. Leave Melbnviilc eveiy;I Thurlay at 10 a m, arrive :"VI.: Fr..m K.,1 to Augustine, Oft miles mail with c.-rtainty celerity and feecurity, using; the the humor from his eves and hearing and he now year ISl' : Bay,near McCormick's, purporting to belong to-
: :t at IMatka; next dsy by :p m. a ail !ItaIc.i'e a month. terms c.f the law. These bids are called from the I appears to be cured and radically so. I verily believe NE4Sec32andNW.Sec33andWjofN Collins.

.%(, 3-V.H.: Fror Mellonviilu to New Smyrna, 30 miles Lt-a\tf K.-y V.tonthe Mh and 23d cf each month manner in which they are designated on the bo 'IU o( all this latter trouble might have been avoidedif E 4, Sec 33, T 1, R 4, N and E., purporting to belong JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff
.". and hick, once a wtrk..If.f. nri'.co'u! 'i !tire in seven dajs. the department tar l/itlt." It has been decided, I had continued thorougly the use of the Sarsaparilla to Duncan M. Quarles. and ex officio Tax Ce]. Washington Co-

Leave Idhl ille every ThursJay at G a tn, arrive Lf.ive St.; TiziMine on the 1st and lh( of each alter maturcnsideration.that albiu !proposing aspe ; uheit he was under its influence the first time. WiN W 4, Sec 15, T 2, R 4, N & E owner not February 2c), 1S17. 31 6m
'f'. at New Simrru sim day by :p in- inonib, arrive at K.-y West i in "ev n days. chic mode *,( convejance of as high a grade as two These are the simple statements of the facts of the known. Magistrate's Conn.r .

: .' La.w Sra>rrri every Wed.ieday at r a tn,ar '...,.o,:ilsto terminate this route at Cedar Keys. instead horse coach t transportation is to be preferred to 'the case, and I feel it my duty to make 'tho e facts known Lot No. 3, frac Sec 21, T 2, R J, N & E, S4 acres. "
0 : sitne day by :1 p rn. of St. .\ii-tino will be considered. star bid. The experience of the department enable to the public, for the benefit of those who may be c. It of .* 2iT2R4N&.E 0 to f "HE Justices oi the Second District,Leon County,
:'.f. .- r'e:; ) Fiow Nei .anville.to New River, 2 miles 03-: Proposal* lor suppltini" ) : I he "following office in it to lay down the following rules viz: afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the .. I.II .. 21.T2R.JN&.F..50 ". J. will hold their next Court on the second Moo-
't r: ; and back once a week.Liaic Flo/idj, at a sun to I bo jiatited], and subject to the When the mail en the route is not so large-as to cure has been effected solely from the effect of this II It .1, 21. T2R 1, N E,49.SOa'r. day in March. Return day, 2t'th Febioary. Join
coi'Jti; tif I l/i-ini; limited to the nt-tt o-hfJr"t' coach .. .. Wilson, J. W. Sherwood and Robert Ecclw, are the
'A XeWh'i'fH'r Wec ay at I p in,at. j.roceeds of the require h\ conveyance, a star bid, il I valuable medicine. <4 J. oo..T2.RI.N&.Elfacl"lt.
rive at h c'ljrr, are iuvitnl : the lowest will he preferred K the bid. HANNAH. BECK Main ministerial officers of Court tnder an arragementof
\1 ,amc day .p m. specific 22S st. ling in the bend of Micco ookie Lake near the plan.
"; Leave New River every lneliy at :a rn, are CIilulli11. from Quincy, 12 miles and back, once 22. When Hit: mails arc of such size and weight as I Suffolk, us. Boston, October 13, ISM.-Then personally tation of Gov. M'> cle>, owner not-known. the Magistrate's, there will be but one collecting
docket direction of
.,:'1 l 'eat Xe"'n.s'il., same day by 12 rn. a wetk. : to render it necr.sary or expedient, in reference t to appeared the above named Hannah W. Deck SMITH SIMKINS which will be under the a majority

4 3510. '). ,' :b Santa J'c.and Fort lu. fcrni, from Quincy 10 miles and back cntcaTif i i.k. them alone to pr>\ i ide two-horse coach conveyance. and made solemn oath that the above (certificate by Shff. and ex officio Tax Co! Jeff. Co. be held of the undersigned Justices. Each in officer his hands will
r Fannia*, to Cedar-. Keys, It)* railes and back, once a \,. i the specific bid, though the highest will be preferred her subscribed and statements therein contained, December 5, h.I'<; 20 Elm responsible for the papers put
week. >:\ from Culurabiu, t t. :nile and back, once awe to the star bid, to the extent of a rr.oderate dillerence are trueBt.fnre me, for collection. Office, for the present the Court

...*; Leave Ne'.vnansvillc: every Wedneslay) at 7 am, -k. I in the compensation, incase the diffi'rclln' JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace. Notice. House.
.'r arrive at Cedar. Keyj r.ext day by 7 p m. Woodwork Mill, from St. Mary's, 2'J miles and I i is not such as to inlt'rfl'reith the policy of the new Forfurtlif-r particulars and conclusive evidence of i months afterdate, I shall present my final ac- C. }. BARTLETT, J. P.
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J- P.
.; J:. Leave Cedar K ->" e\r Friday at 0 a ra, arrive at back onc" a wf<-k. law, which Inoks lo a reduction in the cent (f trans itils'lperior'alup. and efficacy, pamphlets, which and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate JAS. BARRY,
1 :. ., Newnansville. next day by I p in. Form of a bij where! nochnge from advertiseraent portation. Kxceptions, however may be allowed ma> be obtained of Agents, gratis. in and for the County of Jefferson and apply fora EDWD. M. WEST, J. P.
.\: t 31 I. From Ncwnan } bootie, and Micanopy, to Fort King, 1- and 001 ( 'r we ai the ca"e may be,) [here write the the stock on the route and it is manifest that the I'*) Fulton tlft'ct. corner of William. V. W. Stel'henJ. late of said County,deceases
;' Lack, once a week. nanif or names in full] of [here state the residenceor reasons frr prcfirrinjj the specific bid do not exist i in Sold ag" LEWIS& .nn<.TaIlJh\'I-'I'.S IITH JAMES GADSDEN. SCHOOL BOOKS, Ac.

.;... 1- Leave Newnansville ex cry Wednesday at S am. rcid..ncIJcreLy propose to carry the mail on his ca.!p. & CATLlN.'PensacoIa, F. B. WIIlTIN(,St. Mark, Monticello, January 16, 1SI7. 2t Cm lUST received per Pampero Thompson's Seasons,
.::1; arrive at Fort King next day by c p m. No. from fo a< ,often. the adver- 23. On route' of the highest t lass, where four and by Drusgisf* generally throughout the United (J school edition, 1 doz. Anthon's Latin Grammar,
t Lsave Port King \-ry Friday at .a m, attire at tis-m.-m re-juiresin the time tfa'ed in the schedules horse coach or steamlmat transportation i irequirei) States.' PRINTS ONLY. Fishe's Greek Grammar, Valpy's Greek Grammar,
.; ': Ntwnansville next day by S p m. and by: lu! fi.o\tinz|) mode of conveyance, fowit : by the size and importance r.f the mails the! preference Price, 51 I per b.iMle. Six bottles for $">. Eton Latin Grammar,Mrs. Lincoln's Botany,
., 35I2.: Frcl WaCIh.tip. C.-nathU.! Camp Izard [IIiT tic- Low"it it to be conveyed,] for the annualsum for the si ecific bid will \h.', ifll/ct'sary. carried 55- The public are respectfully requested to remember SPRING STYLES 1847. Davit's Surveying, Key's and Cubical Blocks to
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: .A.. IIoLnosaisi, .\ulu.ta. and Choolate.! to Fort Dade, of $ to a ureati-r extent flf dilTerence than pn the inferi. that it is Sand Sarsaparilla that has been :Smith's new Arithmetic,
; :. &S mites and : :: a we Ditcd.F coach routes I subject! howe\er to the exception and is constantly achieving such remarkable cures of McGuffey's Eclectic Spelling Books,
;.i Leave WacaWlie every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive ,itn nt| iiurantee to accompany rali tid : above stated. the m.stdirflcu1t class of discasto which the human LEE & BREWSTER Kame's elements of Criticism

':.. ...1. at Fort Dads next Saturday by !p in. "The un.U'rsiifnod i [here insert the name of the 21. A modification of a bid, in any of its essential frame is subject ; therefore ask for SamU Sarsaparilla 44 CEDAR STREET NEW YORK. Acgell's Readers. Nos. 1,2, 3, 4,
::: :. Leave Fort Dale every iy at G a rn, arrive at guarantor and! cuarantois] guaranties that, [here insert terms is tintamriiitit to a new bid, and cannot he receivnl and take no other. Coopers Virgil, Smiley's Arithmetic,
Wacahootie onf name of bidder! or names of bidders the December Teg leave to inform Dealers in Dp Goods that they Juvenile Books Oxford Book
next Wednesday ti. ;p re. as ca so as to interfere r.ilh regular competition, 12, IS 1-3. 20 lyDKALKK3 Drawing Drawing ,
.t. ... :13. From Alligator, by uwsnnec Shoals, to may IK-,] if his (or their) bid for calf in the mail after (the larl hour st hut recc fling bids. have received and are now exhibiting, at THE Episcopal Sunday School Book &c.

.4... ._ Dlounl's Ferr),3:miles and back, once a wcekI1 from to be accepted hy th'e Postmaster S C. JOHNSON, J1 Wll D] WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Printed Calicoes ALSO..-CooperV, MacomVs Military Tactic,
Leave Alli 5 arrive General, "nl! enter into an ol.lijaf'ion prior 9 Lanetcn
jtor every Tliurlay at a m, at to Ihc P"stma.terG 'n ral. Jeffrey's Essays, Parsonage,
; : Blount's.Ferry same day by G p in first day flf Jul> lIe,', with g-vyj and sulfirient sure- PoeT Orncr: I fP\RT.IEXT. Nov. 23, IS J'5.Dceonber IN S J CL .Jmg, Doctrinal Tracts, Sword's Episcopal Almanacs fcrIS
1- Leave Blount's Ft-rrv every Friday at :a m, arrive tics lo ocrftria the! service jiroj>o ed." 2<5, 1S10.I 23 llxvAT I fruot.l'ledldles. Paints, Oils, Comprising all the 17, Brown's Concordance,
r1: at Alligator same day. i by G p m.rat DoItl'll.IXqJUJCTIO"S. Reeve's and Osborne's best Paints,
: 3ill.: From Alligator, by White Spring, Jasper, CHAMBEIS ) Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &r., Window Glass, New Spring: Styles Camels Hair Pencils No. 1. Saucers of Colors,

:L. Renton, Woodland, Cherry L"ke. Clifton, and Au- 1. Seven minutes :allowed lor opening and closing Talhlla se, January 0, IS47. J PAINTERS BRUSHES AND COLORS, Of British French and .lm-rican .,Manufacture; Gold Pens, Extension Points, Velvet Bead Bags,
1-,1, ': cilh, to Monticcllo, 103. mj"l*>s and back once a week. the mails: at all offices where no particular time Young A. Johnson, Apothecaries' Glass Ware &c. which, ADDITION to their usual stock render with clasps New games of Cards, in great variety.
I Leave Alligitor Wednesday at 1 p m, arrive i i" t o'lfI.-c1 : but on railroad yg fotcamlloat routes their assortment one of the most beautiful and attractive fcc.. for sale by P. A. HAYWARD.
every Ivtlt'on *fir Divorce 'T HEabove hand and for sale
the
. l,1 fe:. at Moaticello next Friday by S p m.J there is \to b- no more delay than i is necessary to deliver Delila Ifu.lnpllrl'; )'., 1 f JL lowest market constantly on. at in the city ; and havirgj'ujf been purchased February 27, 1547. 32
J ti Leave Monticello every Saturday at :a in, arrive and receive the bags. formerly IMila Johnson. J I prices.me FOR CASH AND SHORT CREDIT, .

at Alligator next Monday by 'rn. 2. The mail is to b?con\'(,)1..1 in preference pas- TN this case it is .. that this bill be filed and! We received by late arrivals large additional Are offered by the piece or package on the same DR. HULL'S
..,c.1' 3515. From Tallahassee, to St. Marks, 22 miles sen?< rs. and to their entire exclusion if its weight .1 that the same be set for final hearing the first of Medicines and Chnll'itaI8y terms, at and below manufacturers prices.
: if and back, Ilirce times a week. anti bull: rojnire; it. day of the next April Court for Leon County or so supplies together; with Drugs most, of the Catalogues of prices (corrected daily) are placedin
Leave Tallahassee-every 1fto)', Thursday and :J. P.ist, oliico: blank: mail hi5t.t, and the special soon thcrealt r.Jt.ring the term, a" the same can !10. renderomir assortment (the largest popular and patent most remedies varied in the hands of buyers. WORM: LOZENGES
at 7 arrive at scents of the! department, the exhibition heard: roidtd. That this order be published in
t : Saturday, a in, ; same day by on of their he State. Allot' which we offer at the lowest cash Purchasers will inform themselves of the state of
10am. credenti .II,ar?lobceoii reyedwithoMtlurlhcrehane one of f he Tallahassee l'alt&rs) for the of tLre the market and be
r : space well for
.4J .; \i ices. repaid an examination /CHILDREN will for Dr. Hull's Worm LCZ'
cry
J J'. ,.$1. I Leave St. MarKs every Monday Thursday, and on mail tines admitting snch conteyance. months before said final; henriw.THOMAS July 25, IS W. 1 LEWIS & AMES. even i if they do not purchase.L. vy enges. Only read what this medicine has does:
' : Saturday, at 2 p m, arrive at Tallahassee same days 4. Mjil az'entsare to be conveyed without charge IJALTZELL, Judge. & B. have peculiar advantages for executing
on the 1 rincinal railroad and steamboat A true : Test : YoRKTiro.r, Gibson Co. Tenn.Dec.21,1S45.
J' byipm. | lines, where copy; ders for prints, which are respect full v solicited.
k J : 3516. From Tallahassee, by Newport and St. the sii" r,f tie!; mils and the number of the officers I D. \lcH.\E"Y. Clerk. Gadsdeu Circuit Court. LEE & BREWSTER Dr. C. E. HULL:-Some months since yowagfot
!rl. Mar ,I.to Shell Point,32 miles and back,three times will re'juire their employment by the department ;_ l UY Jon.v I). KIE, D. C. Yin. J. Bailev, Adm'r. de toll left with me for sale what he considered a large supply -
,'ii'. .'. a week to Newport and once a week the residue. and iit thatca-, a set'arateapartmerit: for the assort January <>, ISJ7. 2.' 3m with the will annexed of A. 1JO"1- 44 Cedar Street. of your Worm Lozenges, but I have sold iH cot
: : ..' Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday Thursday and ing and safe-keeping of the mail is to be provided by tiny, deceased. January 23, 1517. 27 U2S and could have sold three times as many morebad>
r Saturday at 7 a m, arrive at Newport same days by the contractor, under the direction of the depart N. 31. 1IAHTIX, V9 j In Chancery. been, supplied to that amount. I hope you win instruct
For Sale.
:_ 2pm. ment. Commission nUll! Forwarding DIertlinnt, Mary Rowles, Exe'x. of Joseph R. your agent to leave a much greater suppfy
I- : Leave Newport every Monday, Wednesday and 5. In all cases there i is to be a forfeiture of the ray? : Rovilcs, dec'd., el. al. A FARM situated about two and a half miles west when he comes this way again. Their ue in nj
, '. Friday, at 7 a ra, anive.at Tallahassee same days by of the trip wticn llie' trio 'n not run ; n forfeiture o'f: 101 Poydras street to the satisfaction of the of Madison .Court House It consists of four family has been of great benefit. Edward MrCord,
2pm. at least nnetoiirIhipaitedit when the running N f: W 0 It LEA N S. LA. IT appealing Court by eighths of first quality of pine land about IOU acres Esq. gave some to a child of his, four years oida*
: or arrival the affidavit filed with the bill in this
.. .. Leave Newport every Saturday at 6 a u,arrive at is so far behind lime to hse the connexion UVI\G. SELLING nfCEIVIl'G.ND FORWARDING that the said Rowles original Executrix of opened well watered with excellent springs and the first dose brought away thirty or forty worn*
.t 1. .Shell) Point same day by In a in.i1 with a'dM>endi.i; tnjil ; and a forfeiture of a due proportion .1.) attended to with. promptness.RKKCRS ease R. Rowles, drc'd.,Mary resides! beyond, the limits Joseph of the a comfortable dwelling house. The outbuildings are Mr. William McDani had a child whom th. Pty-
***. of it when! TO all new, the barn and gin-house spacious and com sicians pronounced incurable, and said it would die.
1.4 Leave Shell Point every Saturday at I p m, arrivew'Jft a Rradc of service is rendered in- Kate of Florida and in the State of Virginia
at Newport same da> by 5 p m. feri'.r to (hat in till'coot net. These forfeiture! may Jso. W. ARGYLE, LATHAM & BARRY, ion of the Solicitor (tor said complaint: It is ordered on mo.I modious. There is on the tract a superior orchardof but the child was cured by using Dr. Hull's Van

.% Proposals to extend tbe tri-weekly service to St.t1l be ill'r *
I : Marks, will b j considered. j to (the nature or frequency of the failure and the .>, b JO. 2oIt'ollrc"' &!o appear and answer the original bill filed in this the last year produced from 35 to 40 bushels of fine STEPHEN LUNKIK
.. JJ. 3517. From Tallahassee, by Lipona. hrion. Fort imp j itanre < I t' cents per box.
;MA Hamilton Taloli, Madison C. H., Columbus! Mine G. FitHM will !b.- iMjl'"( rKthe, delinquency evivfd.c., within four mouths from (the date of the Apply to the Editor of the Floridian cr on the premises A fresh supply just received by

: i1 ;. ral Springs,and LiUI31,er.to Alligator, 122 miles i be tiJ!l..fleljrlyj.lamt'lt in due time, frr failing to SIX months after date! I ibid present my account publication of this ordT or the same and the origi- to W. C. MILLER LEWIS AMES
!r is and back,once a ,'eck.t1 take from, or deliver at, a post office, the mail or vouelu r>. anil a ply to the Hon.:Judge of nl bill in this cause will be taken for confessed January 9,18-17. 25 February 27, 1947. 32 TalIahasd-

.t i: .5 Leave Tallahai ln .y Sunday at Sam, arrive atAlligator any part oft: ; for" sufli ring it to ba wet, injured, hut, Probate of Loon Cinnity' for letters of dismission as 1nd it further ordered, That copy of this order State Tax Collector's Sale. Molasses
. 1 next day by 1 j) m. ('F de>1r ov.'d ; I tot convejiiij it in a place or manner Administratrix on the estate: ol' Granillt' Sheppard (he published in some newspaper published in the and Fish Barrels.and
; 4.I I Leave Alligator every-.Wednesday at 1 p m, arriveS I that cxpc jes it to depredation, loss, or injury ; for re late of said County, cieceasini.KLIXAlitmi } liddlc District cf F'Inrid.zonce a week, consecuively BY virtue of the power vested in me by law I will T lIE undersigned has constantly will
S'. Tallahauee next day by G m. fusing: after deman I to convey a mail by any coach, I CLF.AVF.LAND: : Adm'x. for four months. for sale before the Court House door in engage any quantity of superior Cypreel S'S RCFor
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i a. Proposals fir t"icf., also for three times a week railroad caror steamboat! which the contractor regularly January 2:3: Isl7 27 CmNATHANIEL Dated November: 27, IS 10. the city of Tallahassee, county gf Leon, on the first FISh BARRELS: the former,hotdiri frOth 37 t
.If" t service, will be conniilered.! runs on the route beyond the specified number GEORGE S. HAWKINS Judge & Monday in July next, the following property or so 40 gallons: the later usual Fish barrel size.
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.. Proposals to run b)( White Springs instead of Little of trips in the contract, and for not arriving at HA LIN, A true copy. Attest t, much thereof will pay the State and County tax on NewportFeb. 13, 147. 30 DANL. LADD
:!t '. River will be considered.al'a' the time so! ; and fur setting up or running an express Factor and I. R. HARRIS Clerk. the same for the year IS SG :
Commi.vsion! iilerthnct, Lots Nos. 317, 31S. :315, 320 Just Received by ,*f. R. Fortune,
351 IS. From Tallaltis, by Miccosukee to Mon to transmit commercial intelligence in advanceof December 12, 1S40. 21 4m original plan and
'I ticello, 3S miles and tack, twice a week. the mail, a penalty will be exacted equal to a quar NEW.ORLE.\ S. 179, north addition, of the city of Tallahassee, purporting Q DOZEN Ladies fine colored Kid Gloves,

.ift;:., Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday and Friday at C ter's pay. Cot. \VM. BAILEY Jefferson Co. ) to belong to Davenport.A. 4 pieces rich Calzarine,
: a m, arrive at Monticrllo same days by G p in.ssr 7. The Postmaster General may annul the contract JAS. KIKKSCY, Esq., Tallahassee. > REJ'ER1NCEL Notice. A. FISHER Sheriff 3 printed Lawns,
,".: Leave Monticcllo every Monday and Thursday at for repeated failures; for violating t the 'post office D. LADD q., Newport. ) SIX months after the publication of this notice, 1 and ex officio Tax Cot. for Leon County. 8 Crash,
s.f I .;' 4' 0 a rn, arrive at Tallahassee same days by 6 p m. laws ; for di
.1!' : :.. 3519. From Tallahassee by Mannington,and Dun.MJ ; for refusing to discharge a carrier when required Judge of Probate for Gadsden County, for letters of Estrays. March 6,1847. 33
J I cansville, Geo., to Thotnasrille, 31 miles and back, l h> the department ; for as>igniuRlhe( contract Notice. ismission as Administrator from the estate of Susan
. : once week.r without the consent of the Postmaster Generator months after date I shall present my final ac- S. Snell, dee'aseJ.R. TAKEN up by the undersigned about Just Received by J. It. Fortune,

: r. LeaTeTallahiiHce every Thursday at 6 a to, arrive for setting Ill) or running an express as aforesaid. SIX and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probatein L. EDMONDS Adm'r. J instant at the Plantation belonging Per Schrs. Radius and Boston,
{ atThomassill'simedayby'lpm. S. The Postmaster General may alter the'onfrad, and for the County of Jefferson and apply for a Quincy December 12, 1846. 216m to the estate of Benjamin Chaires / RUSHED AND POWDERED SUGAR
: L Leave Thomaville every Wednesday at C a in, arrive antI alter the schedule, he allowing It pro rata increase discharge as Administratrix of the estate of William in Leon county one sorrel MARE and one dun-col VSoft shelled Raisin
' .. ,. at Tallahassee same day 7pm. of compensation, within the relictions imposed II. Smith, late of said County deceased. By the last Arrivals from New York ored mare MULE. The owner or owners will come Cherries Almonds Dried Malaga Currants
; L: 3520. From Tallahassee, by Salubrity and Quincy, by law, for (the additional service required, or ELIZABETH K. SMITH. forward,prove property and take them away,or they Brandy ,
Goshen Butter and Buckwheat Flour,
a- :. to Bainbridge, Ga., 48 miles and back,three times a for the increased speed if the employment of addi- JefTerson County October 31,1846. 15 Om WE have received a very superior style of will be sold according to law. No. 1 Mackerel &.Adamantine CUM
% t..I week. tional stock or carriers i i8 rendered eceary; but the French Black Cloth, C. C. MOORE. No. Sperm Scented So P<'
Family
4.. Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday, Thursday, and contractor may, in such case relinquish the contract, ITmSTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY for Superior Style of Wool-dye Cloth, Leon county February 271847. 32 4t* Colgate 1 Soap Starch, &c and&c.White

L t r: Sunday at SI a ra, arrive at Baiobridge same days by on timely notice if he prefers it to the ch ge.- W sale by LEWIS & AMES. Bottle Green French CHARLES ARCHER January 2, 1547. 24,
t.: t' pm. The Postmaster General may annul the contract or i February 20, 1847. 31
4 I\. Leave Bainbridge every Sunday Wednesday and i curtail the service and pay when he wishes to dispense Olive Brown at Tallahassee the plantation JOHN ERSKINE
: ".w Friday,at 1 a m, arrive at Tallahassee same dayj by 3 with the service in whole or in part or placea ) W. d. flL'T!, Coffee Brown *4 kST of Col. R. Mitchell in Thomas LAW
'1" J r If' higher or different grade of service on the route, Attorney at Lqw 1.80-. ,Georgia. at 85 81O and $13. ATTORNEY AT ,

:l P.:01oor lemi.weckly.ervic. will be consid. he allowing one month's extra pay on the amount Jefferson Florida Cassimeres of flic latest Style. February 20, 1547. 31 (tuincy. Florida
'7' ta.. ered.3321.. dispensed with. Montitello, County, READY MADE CLOTHING. TT7ILL attend the Justices Courts of
1' .. ')' From Monticello by Rrooverville Ga., toil ). The payments will be made through draft. on WILL attend the Circuit Courts the Middle Just Received. W County, the Circuit Court of WM Fl
; i :k TiornasviIl 31 mile and back once a week. post offices or otherwise, after the expiration of each i ifynrtcr and of the County of Columbia of the or Call and purchaaethose who want good bargains. A FEW more copies of Headley' Napoleon and I and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Gerfj*
i ', Leave Mwiticello every Wednesday a m, arrive say in February May August, and November Eastern Circuit Florida. BULL & PRATORIUS. his Marshalls. Also a fine Guflar for tale by November 22, iSIS. 19 tffjTJ
i :' .' 'nt mui11r. saints \tv\ by 5 p in.ic ] MonticelK August 2I I 1'311 ftv January2l47. 21 January 1917. 21 P. A. HAYWARD. : Sentinel copy.

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