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 Material Information
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: April 10, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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e Grains of Corn, Mother.1 deed and sixty dollar. -
1 For itero, eight humhed dollar
" T Kill. A. M. E KOlPBROKLlfJ.fe For miKflln
Genet Poet Office buildiojr.whitewashing .
: above word were the last request of an Irish THE' FLORIDIAN ,giazingcasing and meD4
his i mother, .he was dying of *ttrvati5lU < fog ol"mutol, three feplaes. ..'
found three grain in a comer of his riggUcJcet ed of the "olar Post Of.

and gave them to him. It was all she ba flee Dputm.nt cptie, ant the Auto, inexvnger lr and as.

the whole family were perishing from famine.] .illDt messenger hi offia, eighty-five thouand

Give me three of corn mother enD fUa.{
gins . For
Only three corn ---- -- --------- -- --- expense office,viz.
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will the little life I hare For labor, blank book*. ,
keep stationery print.
I Till the coming of the morn, IBYSLEY & DYKE; J TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1847. VOL, XVIII-NO. 38 ing and bank and cirlar bianj.tbos one huutredj ,

I dying of hunger and cold mother. dlaf

a of hunger and cold -- .- - -. --- For U items'snn hundred dollar*.
Dint' haf the agony of such a death pctonds of lint,-while the same weight-of-t-h -delireredtheorderand: rode back to the gen. I HY AUTHORITY- In the office of the Treasurer: For rebinding old legers aD obtr-bki ac. I
hare told. and count, to provide (or f
I otter For blank book*, binding stationery, tbree can and
e Petit Gulf in the seed, will yield only thirtj eral, by jvhosc side it was his duty to keep.- hundred! I other papers, and for the repair office

It has gnawed lik wolf at my heart, mother two pounds and five ounces of lint, makiug a The Kcntuckians moved forward in gallant Laws o the CUed States passed at the second For dolar.th/ee hundred and eventy.five dollar six hundred dollars. t hnitu.

A wolf that and for the blood beside difference in favor of the Mastodon of .iaht sty!... 1 Iprl hy MoICo* ADd Clay, both of whom, siol Twenty-ninth Congress. For lbr.ins. two hundre dala. PATENT OFFICE
livelong day
the aight
All Gnawing lor lack of blwd pounds and eleven ounces of lint in one bur ala I fell in a subsequent part of the day. It For miscellaneous ., dollar*. For (the purchu such denf ifle works ..,
bread in This that before PUBLIC-No. 27.] In the office of the Register of the Treasury : necessary for the u 01 the Patent Oftt.oD thoiu.
I dreamed of my sleep mother. dred pounds of seed coton. at 9 cent so happened reaching a position and
AN ACT makingappropriatiens for the civil and diplomatic For blank books, and
binding printing,stationery dola.
And the fight was heaven to see, lb. of in from which could deliver effective fire
with per the price common cotton ougs. they an npenst of government for the year ending labor two thousand dollars. of agricultural statistic, and
I woke But had an no eager bread famishing for me. lip ta, gives a difference of7S cents in the regiment had to cross a valley which was the thirtieth day of June one thousand eight To pay the expenses of procuring a further suppl other purposes, three thousand dollars Presided,

you pounds of seed cotton. broken up by ravines and masses of stone.- hundred and forty-tightand for other purposes. of the crtifcte of registers of vessels and list (f That portion of the annual report of the ComnissKw.

How could I look to you, mother taking the result of the above ex. Whilst crossing the heads only of Be it enacted by tht Senate and Huf Representative crews, thouand dollars. er of Patents, relating to aicultura.uJets hall
How could I look to you. Again : tbisaley *of the Unite States of"America in Con For miscellaneous items one thousand dollars. not exceed four hundred page } I
For brea to give your starving boy. pcriment for the basis of the calculation, 1,27 the men could seen the point which girss assembled, Tha: the following rums be, and In the office of the Commissioner of the General Which several sums mounting In the whole to

you were starving to? pounds in the seed of the Petit Gulf will mak Gen. Taylor and Mr. Crittenden occupied hereby are appropriate. to the objects hereinafter Land Office: four thousand dollars, shall b paid oat of the patent I

For I read the famine in your cheek a bale of 400 Ibs. Of the Mastodon, 975 Ibs. I. and these were bobbing up and down and expressed, year ending the thirtieth day of For statonery. including blank book*, and bank fund.SURVEYORS

And in your eye so wild will make a bale of the same weight, 400 Ibs crosswise in such confusion as to impress both June,one tbou.4ld eiglt hundred and forty-eight forms land offices, piece of AND THEIR CLERKS
And I felt it in your bony hand of Mastodon in the with the idea that the had fallen into he paid out of any unappropriated money in the treasury tnent and printing pafent. advertising land sales i in For compensation of the surveyor .
As you laid it on your child. Again, every 1200 Ibs. ( regiment namolv : newspapers and hand-bill form, public notice and west of the Ohio and the rerk in his office, eight
will yield lint enough over what the sam disorder. The Mexicans were annoying themat printing circularsoffice furniture and of the thousand three hundred .
sEed UC IL.TIVE repairs
The queen has has lands land and and gold' mother weight of the Petit Gulf will yield, to sell for; the same moment by a fire, which helped to For compensation alI of senators and same. and pay of laborers employed in the office. For compensation of the eurveyor general in Him. I

While The queen forced to gold ; breastA ten lacking a very few cents. Nowhere confirm the opinion of the General that the members of the House d Representatives and delegate fourteen thousand three hundred dollars. ois and Missouri, and the clerk in his ofr. five
you are your empty dotar hundred dollars. thousand hundred and .
seven ant l fifty-five thousand For items, seven hundred dollars. eight twenty *
the Mastodon Kentuckians thrown into miselaneous
skeleson babe to hold- a gain in favor of species were dismay.It For officers both of the
compensation of the and clerks of In Solicitor of the Tieasury: compensation surveyor general in Ark
A babe that is dying of want mother over other kinds of very nearly ten dollar was one of those decisive crises which houses Congress', thirty-nine thousand five hundred For blank books, binding stationery printing circulars ansas, and the clerks in his office, eight thound

As I am dying now. hale of 400 lbs. occur in every contested field, when the issue and fifty-sevei dollars and fifty cents. and blank forms for returns of district three hundred dollar
per
With a ghastly look in its sunken eye For stationery met!, printing and all other contingent marshals clerk of courtscollector of ator- For compensation of the general Louiii
And famine its brow. Now, the farmer who makes an hundred of the day depended, for the time being, upon ncys customs surveyor
upon expenses of he Slute. seventy-five thousand and labor, one t thousand and fifty dollar ana, and the cerk in his office, four thousand five .--U
of this would save nearly the gallantry of a particular
What has poor Ireland done, mother bales weight very cors. dolhr For miscellaneous items two hundred dollars. hundred q
What has poor Ireland doae one thousand dollars by cultivating the Mas. General Taylor, who, as said, could For sttionlry. fuel, printing,and all other conlin- For compensation of a superintendent and eigh For compensation of the surveyor general in Mis. Jj

That the world looks on and sees us starve. todon. And then, if the price of this ; only see the heads of the troops, and misled gent expends II l the llous:<; of Representatives, one watchmen of the southeast Executive building thre si&sippi. and the clerk in bisofficourthouand: six 8 1

Perishing one by one? continue it was last fpcesbould ,, by their motions in getting across gullies and hundred and fifty thllHdolar. thousand four hundred and twenty dollars. hundred and fifty dollar % .
Do the men of England care not, mother a goo. it a is worth around rocks and other obstructions into (IL : For the contingent expenses of the said building. For compehsatlon of the surveyor general in Alabama -
The great men and the high, ((15 to 17 cents per ) certainly a going For compensation ol librarian, two assistant librarians namely: and the clerks in his office,four thousand dol. .1

For the suffering eons of Erin's Isle.Whether fair trial by our farmers, no matter what the the belief that they were about to falter, turned ,and ns
they live or die! cost and trouble of procuring the seed may be. to Mr. Crittenden, who is a ntuckian, hundred dillars hundred dollars. compensation of the surveyor general Florida .

There is many a brave heart here, mother, When I shall have gathered in the wholeof and with a countenance indicating deep mortification For dollars.contingent expense of said library eight hundred dred For miscellaneous items, one thousand seven hun hundred, and the cerk. in his office, five thousand five 1

of want and cold.Wbile I intend to weigh the whole in the for the General is a Kentuckian too, ulau. dola. -
Dying crop, For .
my For purchase of books fur said library five thousand WAR DEPARTMENT.For compensation of the surveyor general in WI,
only across the channel, mother, seed, and then weigh the ginned cotton by the and with an eye fierce with emotion, exclaimed dollari. of the War.and the consin and Iowa: and the clerk in his office, eight
Are many that roll in JoIJ. This satisfactory G-d Mr. Crittenden this will not For of law books for said compensation Secretary thousand three hundred
There are rich ana there mother same weights. may give a more "By purchase library one cerk.messenger and assistant messenger in his of dolas i
of the from io this is the for Kentuckians to behave thousand dollars. ( For the compensation ff clerk in the
With wondrous wealth in view experiment yield a given not way ice seventeen thousand eight hundre and fifty dol. 'of the ofke
And the bread they fling to their dogs to-night weight in the seed, than that made with the themselves when called upon to make EXECUIVE. lars. surveyors general, to be apportioned to
the to the
For of United according exigencies of the
public
Would give me life and you hundred bolls but I opinion that the result good battle it will not answer, sir and For compensation'of the Commissioner of Indian "trie. 4
; am [ a ; States twenty-five thousand dollars. : Affairs, and the and assistant and if i necessary,to be employe in transcribing
Come nearer to my side, mother, .will not differ very widely. with this he clenched his teeth and knit his For Forconperfsation: of the Vice President of the United scnger. in his cerks. meenler thousnd four hundrec mea note of surveys, for purpose of preserving then :

Come nearer to my side, The bolls of this cotton open very wide, and brow and set his teeth hard together. Mr. States, five thousand dollars. dollars. ofce. at the seat of government eleven thousand: dollars. .
And hold me fondly as you held mistaken the in. DEP.\rnnXT OF STATE. For of the Commissioner of Pensions For compensation of the secretary to sign patents
the cotton, though tolerably to be picked Crittenden, who was by same compensation l
My father,when he lied. easy For cnrrpensatio.1 Sedretary of State, and and the clerks and in his office, in for public lands, one thousand five hundred dollar
Quick,for I cannot see you, mother out, is not disposed to fall out, and will remain Jicatious that deceived the General, could he: clerk., messenzcr and assistant messenger in his eluding two additional clerks messengers hereby authorised.: <- For compensation of the Commissioner of Public .

My breath is almost gone. without wasting, a considerable time in the scarcely; make a reply from very chagrin and >flicp, twtnty-six thousand three hundre dollars; be employed for one year in the bounty Land Bureau Buildings in Washington city, two thousand dollar

Mother! dear mother! ere Idle, patch. I am decidedly of the opinion that a shame. In a few moments.however the Kentuckians For the incidental and cOtin- expenses of said at one thousand dollars each, nineteen thousand For compensation of four assistants draw-keepers ;

Give me three grains of corn! hand can pick out one fourth more in a day, had crossed the uneven places and departmetf: viz. : one hundred dollars. at the Potomac bridge, including oil for lamps-and .1
For publishing (the packing and distributing machinery, and repairs of bridge, foot

the Mabile Alabama Planter. than he can of other kinds. It i but right to were seen ascending the slope of the valley, the laws 3nt land. including proofreading !. the For office compensation of the Commanding of the clert General_and,messenger one thousand ir tholancllwo fre-wo and ninety dollar i

Fo MASTODON COTTON. mention, too, that this cotton is perhaps a lit. shoulder to shoulder, and with the firm and labor. and transportation thousand live hundred MINT OF THE UNITED STATES AND BRAN-

tie later than those kinds which have been regular step of veterans of a hundred feds., dollars:; dolar.For of and messenger in the CIE. : .
This species of the cotton plant is doubtless longer in this climate. I say perhaps On they moved until they reached the o For publishing' in newspapers of the States and affice of Adjutant cerk, seven thousand six hundred At Phildelphia.
hold rank the arti. culh-ated Territories the of the Stoics, nine For treasurers, chief
t
salries
destined to a high among 1..1. Uuil\1 and fifty dollars. direcors. ,
not known it to be plan the hill where they met the cn my before the coiner melter
del of'culture in the planting states. It \vill having thousind three hlfdred-d.lars ; For compensation of clerks and in the assayer. refner. engraver, assistant "
the Petit ted so early as other kinds, from a fear that a flush of a temporary advantage had subsided.Here For stationery, boks, binding, labor and attendance office of the Quartermaster. General messenger seven thousandthree assayer, and for clerks, thousand two ., '

not be likely to superce.de entirely late, spring frost might kill it, the lateness of they delivered their fire by companieswith furniture fixtures repairs painting, and hundred dollars. hundre dollars: It:

Gulf but in the course of a few years the bulk its opening be owing mainly to this cause. such regularity and deadly aim that the glazing four jhomanj four hundred dollars ; For compensation of clerks and messenger in the wages oh\orkmeo. twenty-four thousand dol. (

crop of the best cotton lands will undoubtedly may For printing, (letter press and copperplate,) advertising iffice of Clothing and Equipage,at Philadelphia,four lars : 4. !(
and
be farmer decimated of Mexico 1
But however this experienced phalanx gave way For incidental and
of this kind. It has already been may books and maps, two thousand dollars; housand two hundred dollars. contingent expenses,including
b the severest tests and found to think that when it shall have become accimate retreated precipitously. As the Kentuckians For newspapers, twfi hundred dollars ; For compensation of clerks and messenger in the fuel,materials stationery water rent, repairs and I
subjected j it will not be later than the other emerged from valley the countenance of For miscellaneous items, one thousand dollars ; >ffice of Paymaster General, nine thousand one hunIred wastage in addition to available funds on hand,two
yield well, both a regards quantity and fibre the old Generalwho was regarding them with For extra cirri hire and copying. two thousand dollars. hundred and fifty dollar: j
all kinds of land. It one quality dollars For specimens of ores and coins to be at :
on possesses ; For of clerks and in the
These, then, according to my experience, intense interest gradually relaxed the bitterness and three compensation messenger the mint one hundred and fifty dollar reRne ,
independent of its superior staple, which render For compensation of superintendent, jfiice of the Commissary General of Subsistence five ''11
it desirable substitute for other descriptions ire the advantages of the Mastodon over other of expression. glow of pride supplanted watchmen! of the northeast Executive building one housand three dollars. At Chalote. North Carolina viz:

a when matured and The weed grows much larger, the deep mortification which fixed its thousand three hundred and! forty-five dollars; For $ huodre clerks and messenger in the For superintendent .savr. coiner IJ

The cotton, ful speces. more. The bolls are much larger muscles, and enthusiasm qualified the fierce For the contingent expenses of said building viz.: >ffice of the Chief Engineer. fire thousand six hundred and clerksix thousand dollars:
is held so firmly in pod that it can For and thousand hundred For wages workmen, three thousand five
opened, labor, fud, light two two and fifty (Jo lars. hun r
The of his Forward moved
and they under
as numerous or more so. product glances eye. dred dollars
:
not be beat out by the wind and rain, and yet dollars ; For of clerks and in the ,
the seed from the kind of soil his riveted whose feelings became compensation messenger For incidental and I
yields readily to the of the picker. On in same gaze, For miscellaneous. items one thousand one hundred ( of the Surgeon General'two thousand six bun- contingent expenses, including .
grasp be and the labor of out and wrought as they approached ofce fuel material, repairs of gold
larger, picking more more up and fifty dollars. statonery. wastage
the other hand, it has always been an objection wi dollars.TREASURY and watching, dollars
ess, a hand being able to pick more of it in a the scene of carnage. When they opened DEPARTMENT.For For compensation of clerks and messenger in the :
the Mexican that it At Dahlonega, viz
to separates so easily lay. A given weight in the seed will yield a their fire the old General could no lot.ger restrain compensation of (the Secretary of the Treasury lice( of the Colonel Ordnance, eight thousand For salaries of Gorgia. :a> ,coiner: ,and
the inconsiderable is .iyer 1 J
from no wasted
lundrad and dollars. sUJrintecdent.
and lie and assistant
p portion greater weight of lint, and the staple is softer, his admiration, but broke forth with aloud cerks. messenger messenger fifty clerk, six
in in his thousand eight hundred For compensation of clerks and messenger in the
fairer than of other kinds huzza. Hurrah for old he ofce. twenty-seven For of workmen three thousand six hundred -
finer : wage
onger, Kentuc and iffice of (the Topographical Bureau four
The question is frequently asked, ,, not and ; thouadnine dollars : Ji'
'i and as a course, the price in marketoust I exclaimed, talking as it were and For compensation of the First Comptroller, and hundred dollars. I i
the Petit mater For incidental and
the mastodon cotton, as degen- contingent expensesincluding
Gulf all of which to to be in his saddle-"That's to do it the clerks messenger and assistant messenger in For the incidental and contingent expense of siddc'Ct..o.
be better seem me rising
;
crato 7 Moat assuredly it will, all ..tlC way _____A e- ,.*.*.. **" .---.. fuel. materials stationery repairs, and wastage of
hem, a LU" ... : hffy'tfollars.'u
three
ive them h 11 u-u ; thousand
other products, unless MI let au ntnn H* paid ) pnrtant advantages'Latest j ?3iunatlon roiiedoown- his cneeKS as ne salt It. For compensation of the Second Comptroller and In the office of Secretary of War: Va.A ..,tJL.fs.i--,dlaa .

to keeping the seed pure and planting only the Mexican News. Having got rid of this ebullition of State the clerks and messenger in his office, including the For blank bdoks, binding, stationery and labor,dol-and assayer melter and refner.- and tcvoi1s.twelve
hundred
thousand four fifty
largest and best matured.A PELT OFFICE, SUNDAY MORNING,) he went about looking after other salary of in additional clerk at twelve hundred dollars muting one thousand nine doBar:
pride parts authorised to be employed for lar. For cf workmen nineteen thousand dollars
March 1 $ who i is hereby wages
28. :
correspondent of the Southern Cultivator .1. if the field. sixteen thousand four hundred and fifty For books, maps and plans, one thousand dolar :
the result of By the arrival of the revenue cutter, Ewti one year miscellaneous items five bundled fifty
communicates the following as Some of our readers may regard this inci- dollars. For For incidental and contingent expenses includingfuel

his experience in the culture of this kind of in at an early hour this morning we are in lent which we derive from one of the parties For compensation of the Fhst Auditor and the lollars. ,materials l stationery water rent and wastage
receipt of four days later intelligence from than clerks anI in his owee, including the salary In the office of the Commissioner Pensions : nineteen thousand one hundred dollar :
cotton : concerned, as savoring more of profanity messenger For blank books, binding. printing .
authorize stationery
sailed the 17th. additional who are hereby For machinery and machinists, three thousand
"la the fall of 1844, I procured a few bolls Vera Cruz. The Ewing on Generalship ; but it must be borne in nind of tw> cerks. end of the next fiscal lank forma and regulations. advertising and fuel dollars: !

of this cotton, and planted in my garden the Through the prompt attention of 1st Lieut that under the excitement of such terrible ,to(rots b employed the first day Cf;March, eighteen hundredand right hundred dollars. JUDICIARY.

few seed from these bolls the net sprin The haddock, of the Ewing, we are indebted for scenes of havoc and bloodshed, those engaged year rnrft\en. s.t eleven hundred and fifty dollars For rent of houses occupied by the Pension Office. For salaries of the chief justice of the Supreme

succeeding summer being a very dry one, and tbe prompt delivery of our corre pondence.The .- in them use the name of the God of Battles each twrnty-two thousand nine hundred and seven six For hundred miscellaneous dollars. items one hundred_ dollars. Court,and the eight associate judges,forty-one thousand -

the manure used being fresh from the.stables, news of the Gen. Taylor's of great the IGth victory, and wasceived of with some degree of familiarity.Crop.c ty-three For compensation dollars. of the Second Auditor, and the In the: office of the Commanding General : For dollars salaries: of the diltic. judges, sixty-one thousand 3 ,1

the product was not remarkably large. I succeeded on morning clerks ant in his office, including the salaries For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars. seven hundred : ,
however, in obtaining from it seed enough ourse, caused great rejoicing in our army- of the United Stales.-The Wash of 'hree mesiu'r additional : at eleven hundred In the office of the Quaitermsster General : For additional compensation at two hundred dollars -

by using them sparingly, to plant lore especially as unfavorable rumors from ington Era, contains an estimate taken from and fifty dollars each, cerks. authorized to For blank bk. binding, stationery labor, and each to the district judges Missouri.. Arkansas -

three, this "CI' until the the same had reached them on the day the letter of tho Secretary of the Treasury, of be employed for one year.twenty.nine thousand three printng. five dollars. hundred dollars. Louisiana, Mississippi and .Alabama under the 4
acres year. crop quarter items three the first section of the act of .
for General of the of each hundred and fifty dollars. provisions ot !
boll worm commenced its depredations, was pre\'ious. Many a shout went up December 10, 1846, quantity of the Third Auditor and the I In the office of Clothing and Equipage, at Philadelphia teenrh June eighteen hundred forty-four one g
this climate \vlor and the brave men under his comland. of the following staples, raised in the United For compensation thousand : Provided an much of the
fine a prospect 8 I ever saw in clerks and messenger in liis office, thirty-eigh 0 thousand dollars. so
a, it was injured by a lack States during the year 1840, with the value three hundred and fifty For blank books,binding and stationery one hundred aforesaid act a authorizes the additional compensation

distance notwithstanding between the rows, having given it Owing to the rough weather, but a portion of each production, according to the prices For compensation! of the Fourth Auditor, and the dollars. hundred in the said judges shal. from and aftei the first
in his office, including Ihe salaries For miscellaneous items five dular. ot October next, be, the same is hereby
rich of the artillery intended for the attack they bore in the New York market, on the 1st. clerks and messenger day re
only four feet. The land was not very. heavy clerks at dollars each authorized In the office of the Paymaster aled.
yet it had been lightly manured. I am quite bad been landed previous to the sailing of the December last, ,'iz- of two by the act of one third thftand March,eighteen hundred For blank books, binding stationery and fuel, one.o For salaries ot the chief justice of the District of

Cotton, it l.OOOJO> : pounds worth $73,1 50,000 continued for one housand dollars. Columbia.the associate i of the and eorphans'
confident if it had not been attacked by the .wing. t3,5'7.1tO' and forty-five, and hereby y.a. dollars.In judges cnmma
179,52SOO bushels, worth dollars. For miscellaneous item, four hundred of said District, ten
OaU
residents y
and courts
fifty thouad
Gen. Scott the no- thousand one ten
that I should have gathered a bale of gave foreign twenty-two hundre Subsistence
worm, Rice, 97.7.UOf pounds worth 3i"ii.h3 of Auditor and the the office of the Commissary General of hundred dollars :
450 to 500 pounds per acre. The plantingand tie to leave the town. They are generally Barley, 5,070X)0) bushel worth 3,1'J 1,343, For and compensation in his office, fourteen thousandeight : For salaries of the Attorney General, and the .?{g {(
clerks
board of foreign vessels of war oil that h 23.4t;:;, U messenger blank ,stationery,printing. advertising in- ?S
cultivation were such farmers in this on Rvc 29,% :/ section of usually a The weed iort. Wheat 117,2
country practice. and Many of the citizens of Vera Cruz, seeing Indian corn,45 ,rG6,%>9 bushels worth 314,571WO Slates and the clerks and messenger in his ofce, For micelaneou items one hundred and fifty hundred- dollars per annum,commencing on the first
this more
o species grows larger But these are only'approximations to the thousand hundred and fifty dollars. day of March eighteen hundred and forty-seven six
of the in
inevitable reduction place, arc thirteen
luxuriantly than of other kinds; and for tbe indeed I''en In the office of the Chief Engineer : hundred dollars I
tht real quantity of the crops raised-are, For compensation of the Register of the Treasury thousand seven ; I
of an capitulation. The military, blank books, binding, stationery printing and the office of the Attorney
of
reason, if were no others, it would ivor early little than estimates, and are no i and the clerks and messenger, and assistant messengers For For continent expenses .
tat movement of very more hun- fuel, three hundred and fifty dollars. hundred dollar
violently
to be to other kinds for planting however, oppose any in his twenty-eight thousand :eight
lem preferable The bolls hat kind and it is reported by the foreign doubt, far below the quantity actually raised. dollars.For otce.. For miscellaneous items, two hundred dolar. For salary of the reporter of the dtiioJ of the
lands. ; dred
exhausted
old arc
on An was made in 1840, when the new Commissioners of the In the office of the Surgeon Supreme Court, ODebousd dol-
have been shot of the I hunde
much larger than those of other kinds, nearly csidents that several citizens attempt taken to obtain authentic information compensation Land Office the recorder,draughtsman For blank books,binding. stationery,printing,and lars. I
few doubt census was General anc
twice large, and I think as numerous. My for proposing a surrender, although statistical messenger. assistant fuel, one hundred and eighty-five dollars. For compensation of the district attorneys including \t
this and other subjects, assistant
a will the in a short upon draughtsman cerks. For miscellaneous items, sixty-five dollars. of being two
in its bat our carry place office, eighty-four one in the Territory
short and Wiconsin.
founded experience troops
opinion, on my but what with the refusal of persons interested messengers packers dollars and In the office of the Colonel of Ordnance.For hundred hundred dollars each, by law,
imc. hundred and a rrecibe p
cultivation is that this cotton, planted on land thousand seven eight-eigh and
arrived at Vera to answer, the inattention of the census takers, blank books,binding stationery.printing seven thousand two hundred :
of any quality, will give a larger yield than Col.! Harncy's dragoons been and the want of information on the part of seventy-five For cents. of the Solicitor of the Treasury fuel, five hundred and thirty dollars. For compensation of the marshals including one .
kinds in cultivation on the 16th inst., after having cast compensation For miscellaneous items three hundred dolar. in the of Wisconsin, prescribed bj law,
the most approved now Crz the those who were expected to give it, the exaggeration I and the clerks and messenger in his office, thirteen En Territory a .
reached
on the same land. The seed away near Anton Lizaro. They of and the lessening of others, thousand nine hundred dollars; the salary of the In the Bureau Topographical ,labor iners and fuel six, thousand four huner dolar: i
stationery
plante some
"ould i do to cene of operations condition.On chief clerk in his office, being hereby increased to For blank bk.binding For defraying expense the supreme circuit
not appear correspond of goo the South Car. the tables of crops, &c., for that year, a given hundred dollauj per annum from the first day seven fifty dollars. and destrict courts, of the United States, including -
with} the size of the bolls ; not being larger the evening ,with of, in the census, were so manifestly incorrect of sixteen March eighteen hundred and forty-seven. For miscellaneous items five hundred dolars. the District Columbia; also for juror and

than those of other kinds, and the staple or tlina regiment had a brush a body that reliance whatever could be placed upon For full compensation for all the work heretofore For compensation superintcndant and witnesses, in aid of the lund arising from fines

lint is fully one quarter of an inch longer than tome 200 lancers, and defeated them. no remarks done for completing thesynopsis of the Treasury instructions men of the northwest Executive building one thou-. penalties.and forfeiture, incurred in the fiscal year
Petit Gulf'or Texan that I ha'c8en We regret to learn that the report of the re- them. These apply particularly in rxfTiition of the revenue laws and for sand seven hundred and ten doHar. ending on the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and
that of the
to the grain crops, that of cotton being always thereto. illustrating the organization For the contingent expenses of sid building: and previous year : and likewise for de
and its texture in softness and fineness :apture of Madshiprnan Rogers was prema-. nearly correctly ascertained each year. preparing a and supplement operations of the Treasury Department For labor fuel, and light, two thousand four hundred fraying forty-seven the expenses of suits which the Unite

of very far excels either of those ure. He is still, unfortunately, a prisoner.Our pretty and its various bureaus,in pursuances of those dolar. State concerned, and for prosecutions for

apparanc convinced tiy an experimentwhich correspondent writes, Capt. Graysons The Monitor, of the city of Mexico, of the laws and instructions, two thousand dollars: POM- items one thousand six hundred ces committed against the United States and for the

i have just made that a given weightof as busy as he can be, in the discharge ofhis 25th January, contains an article with the following dcvi. That the further prosecution of said ,shal dollars. NAVY DEPARTMENT. safekeeping of prisoner four hundred and thirty-

this in the seed will much duties as the chief of the Commissary De- BULL FIGHT be and hereby i is discontinued and ended. fe thousnd dollars.
cotton yield a health and title : ExTftAOUDIXAKV CONTINGENCIES OF THE TREASURY For compensation of the Secretary of thp Navy, WISCONSIN TERRITORY.For .
larger weight of lint than the other kinds.- lartment-a perfect picture of good TO RAISE FUNDS Fan TiE NATIONAL WAR."- DEPARTMENT.In and the clerks messenger and assistant messenger a salaries of governor three judge, and secretary -

But I will give the experiment and your go nature." The article says that the fight was given by the office of the Secretary of the Treasury: his office, twenty-one thousand nine hundred and nine thousand on* hundred dollars: p
itsclf
readers can form conclusions Capt. Backus, of the 1st Inf., has found an the of Hidalgo. After describingthe For blank bonks, binding, stationery! labor, compensation fey dollars. For compensation and mileage of the member of.
tbemslveson
opposite where the regiment for carrying the department mails,translations compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of the legislative assembly pay of officers and attendants
this pint. I selected from the patch after I8lb. un immediately procession to the crena and the appear. including the public accounts; and Navy Yards and Dok and to the civil engineer, printing stationery fuel and other incir

it had ben twice picked over, one hundred troops landed, but the descent was so wcl arranged ance of the spectators it goes on to state that : for collecting, printing: and preparing information to be laid d diaughtsmen, messenger in his office, and contingent expence thirteen

bUs., I did consider. the rcry best, and conducted with such detpatch The first bull was then let lose, and in the before Congress ten thousand two hundred dollars.For eight thousand three hundred dollars. hundred dollars: Provided That only so much of

second picking had taken off the very the Mexicans had not time to plant it beforeour .an effigy of a North American was miscellaneous expenses two thousand eight compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of the foregoing appropriation for Wisconsin Territory
centre : assistant be drawn from the treasury as be necessary
and the may
to shall
Medicine and
and weighed before the seed were forces were on'shore. him in order that it might he attacked hundrec dolau. Surgery. cerb. .
presented to thousand the of said Territory until the
belt of the First Comptroller: and in his to defray expenses
Culy dry. The weight ofthe hundred bolls Nothing had transpired in the military operations but it was saved for the second bull, For blank In ( books bunting, stationery, and printing surgeon eight hundred messenger dollars. ofct. formation of a State government therein, and the admission

was ounces, just one and three quarter against the place of any importance, when three more similar effigies were added blanks, one I housand seven hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of said dapartment and of said State in the Union.MISCELLANEOUS..

2 I then bad the! sdtrd carefully picked in the interval between the date of our corres- which, the fight, were attacked one For miscellaneous items three hundred dollar all the bureaus connected therewith viz.: :
puds the lint weighed \If ounces, which pondent's last letter and the sailing of the rev. during with powder and In the office {' the Second Comptroller : For blank books, binding. stationeryprinting and For payment of annuities and grant by special
provided
and
by one, being For blank books binding, stationery, and printing labor. four thousand one hundred and forty rfolhrt. act of Congress seven hundred and fifty dollars.
was a yield at the rate of 1 pound of lint from cane cuter. I other combustibles, they were set on fire and blanks, including pay for the National Intelligencerand For miscellaneous items one thousand six hundred For lighting; Pennsylvania avenue from the Capitol

2 pounds and 7 ounces (a little less 2} pounds) The steamships New Orleans and Virginia formed artificial fire works, which excited universal Union to be filed, bound and preserved for the and sixty dollars. square to the Treasury Department, seven hundred

of seed cotton. The experiment was made left Vera Cruz on the 16th for Tampico.The acclamations." I i use of the seven hundred dollars. For compensation of superintendant and three and seventy-five dollar
the most favorable to steamship Mississippi, Com. Perry, had For ofc. furniture and miscellaneous items. watchmen of the southwest Executive building. one compensation and contingent expense*of the
under circumstances no not arrived at the sailing the Ewing. John Quincy Adams.-For moro than sixty eight labr. dollars. thousand three hundre and forty-five dollars. auxiliary guard, six thousand seven hundred and '
'show a large yield. The lint had become o have First Auditor: For the of said building : i seventy-fire dollar
Mr. Adams is said to kept a diaryin In the office of the expenses
from
dry, but th teed were damp. Had the seed The Ewing brings despatches Gen'LStott. years which everything connected with his event. For febor and printing blanks, seven hundred and For labor, fuel, and light, one thousand six hundred For completing indices to the paper of Washington of 2
the of lint from a and seventy-five dollars. and of the consideration, in Department
ben perfectly dry, weight been fulife is presented with careful minuteness.It fifty dcjlars. two hundred and fifty For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hundred State,one thousand two hundred and fifty-fix dollar
have
weight of seed cotton would from the "V O. Picayune. stated also, that be has written a For miscellaneous items and fifty dollars. *.
I then from ben dollars OFFICE DEPARTMENT.- For of the roast of the United State, Including
proportionally greater. a1cte The Kentucky Regiment. his father, but he has found time : In the office of the Second Auditor : POST survey
B. Walker's hun. four labor. and of the Postmaster General,three compensation to the superintendent and
feld. only a single volumn, of or blank binding. stationery For compensation
INCIDENT AT BATTLE OF BUENA VISTA. to complete For bk. clerks, assistant,one hundred and forty-ix thousand dellars. -
General.
the
cited boll*, the best that I of AN TiE which the plan embraced. printing thouiand two hundred and fifty Assistant Post Masters messengers
c five of the said department .
of the battle the and watchmen
critical 4
in the point on assistant messengers
Petit them
At
Gulf kind. The a
very the nun
dollar in addition to
hundred dol thousand
was one pound and one ounce. The lint when it became necessary t sustain one Portable Rou.new invention has doU3f.In the office of the Tird Auditor: seventy-four thousand 'br heretofore Thirty appropriated for the const ruction of a customhouse -

te the were picked out, weighed five 23. columns, which was staggering under a been described at length in an exchange. It For blank bok binding, printing stationeryla- lars.For to temporary clerk,three thousand in the city of Savannah,to bu expended
ar Ie or the manufacture of aid ( eight hundred dolltm. compensation of the Treaury
fod which at the made by the Mexicans in overwhelm.ing is a portable cottage, her dollars. under tire direction ofthe Secretary
one yield dollars-
was a hundred
ounces, charge General Taylor despatched Mr. which is carried on in The builder for miscellaneous items, two compensation of the superintendent of the Post in the construction of the same and the purchase of
rate of one pound oflintfrom3poundsand \\ numbers, Cincnnati In the office of the Fourth Auditor. For dollar I' of which may he expend
and
slot therefor portion
Colonel McKee, of the 2d has a construe- and labor, Office( two h'ndre fifty ,any
I of seed cotton. Crittenden to order "dept" and'advertises For lank bks, binding stationery Fur buiding. expenses of aid department ed during the current fiscal year md a like um for
to this experiment, which I think Kentucky Regiment, t bring his men into im.1 tlon of dwelng. throe seventy-five dollars. I a custom-house at Charleston.
According CrittenoVn found the to sell them at eab, put them For item, thrcebunre and fiftydollars. viz. : oil Contmwd as : .spge.J
*.Cy one bur pounds of the mediate action. Mr. niselancous. For,blank bookbinding stationery,fuel, .prin. [
for the fray.,, on nny desired lot in the bargain.
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t f .1 :: of high, defeating r crimerce of a large debt and onerous tuaion. [Starunaru ef Santa.jlnna to Otn. Taylor. Indee it was the intemio of Ui.
:
; GLORIOUS th Secretary Tr imprao t said
i3 : NEWS. : The g having and revenue,and frauds The new system would not only arrest the You a surrounded by twenty thousand 1; owing to a eonfbsTi!

I a'f: : Capture of the &City and Castle of repeatedly rejected the friendly o ercrtcres of the and smuggling. There are also siatj]articles, expensive transfer and ruinous drain specie men, and cannot, in any human probability i ideas, which the frequently Palladium afflict pofratugj

t. t } '0 \ United States to- open negotiations with a the importation of which into Mexicois strict to Mexico, bt would cause it in duties, and avoid suffering a rout, and being cu to pieces spinners, remembered to I

t4 I ..' .... VERA. CRUZ view ta restoration of peace, Jsound' policy ly prohibited by their embracng most in return our exports, to re-flow into our with your troops ; but as you deserve consid. that it og&U> Lave said so. "
th tarif
t I \ $ :. We ht.nto' lay btf,re- our readers the and a jUt regard to the interests of our own of the necessaries of far tlv greater country to an amount, perhaps, soon exceed. eration and particular esteem, I wish to save You gentlemen,present sIn t&.

: a .'... following highly ratifjing intelligence of the contr require that the enemy should be portion of our products and fabrics. ing the nine millions of dollars which it bad you from a catastrophe, and for that purpose i issue of which the Floin a littletabular I_

!' ,$ .\) (,11 of the city of Vera Cruz and the capture : a far as practicable! to bear the expenses Among the sixty prohibited article are sugar reached in 1835, even under the restrictiveJaws give you this notice, in order that you may ment the mighiy interesting t

, t"' 'J of the Castle of San Juan de Ulloa. The of a war, of which they are the authors rice, cotton, boots, and half boos coffee, Mexico, thus relieving our own people surrender at discretion, under the assurance pie Sout. Jitle tb p

: 3'. ac. and which they obstinately persist in protract. nails of all kinds, leather kids, flour, from a grievous tax, and imposing it where it that you will be treated with the consideration ment u that, in 1845, tber Wuu

;,, '., rount is given in an extra brought bjr a pas. ting. cotton yarn and thread, soap o mos all kiids, com. should fall, upon our enemies, the people of belonging to the Mexican character, to which excess of exportations from the Sootb, on*

t ;: .: senger in the stage this morning, as also in It is the right of the conquerer to levy contributions mon earthenware, lar molases timler of all Mexico, as a contribution levied upon them to. end you will be granted an hour's time to makeup and above the amount of exportation!fhxatU

:':) -' the Pemacda Democort rcccired bj mail. upon the enemy, in their seaports kinds saddles of coarse woollen conquer a peace, as well 8 to defray the expenses your mind, to commence from the moment North thousand, thirty-one dollars millions and ,two Inlfl.

t '. Victory has again crowned cur arras-in.dtfd towns, or pro\'inces which may be in his mil- cloth, cloths for cloaks, ready-ma'fle cbthing ofall of the war; whereas, by admitting our when my flag of truce arrives in your camp. forty from the Couth- that, 186< t

1 i itary possession by conquest, and.to apply the kinds, 8'1t tobacco of all kinds,cotton goods wxporu freely without duly into the Mexican With this view, I assure you of my particular excess was fourteen m
] it would from hundred thousand *
our numerous IUCI from one
; ..*.. '! appear same to defray the of the war. The: or chiefy such as are made by ourselves ports, which we may occupy tm to cO laerton. dolan Now,

.. :0-" erases, that American valor can ,accomplishall conqueror possesses expenses the right also to establish pork, frfsb or salted, smked or cored, time, and affording those go including the: God and Liberty. men, aa the little girls say, III c .
and then let p
i. )t necessaries of life at one.half the Encanlada Feb. 22d us go back to the wo
1847.
i k. t things, under our gallant officers. Gen. a temporary military government over woollen or cotton blankets counterpanes Camp a ,

,., ..':."" ( Scott has nobly conducted the arrangements, such seaports, towns,or provinces, and to proscribe shoes and slippers, wheat, and O grain of all I II prices which they had heretofore paid for ANT. LOPEZ DE SANTA ANNA. the Tariff of 1842, and in doing, itii c

'T '1 .: and deserves he will receive the the conditions and restrictions upon kinds. Such is a list of but a part of the articles them, the war might in time become a benefit To Gen. Z. TAYLOR, commanding the require a mathematical demonstration Man
; as ,
high of Mexi. that the ultimate results of the !
which commerce with such places may be per. whose importation' M prohibited by the instead of a burden to the people forces of the U. S. Tart ofti.
: of his cheated the South
plaudits country. out
and would therefore, be unwilling to year
co, they ,
milled. He may, in his discretion, excludeall Mexican tariff. These prohibitions should not o seventeen tuL
r: :i:i Full particulars have not been received trado ; or admit it without limitation or re. be permitted to continue, because they exclude terminate the contest. It is hoped, also, that HEAD QUARTER lions and one hundred and forty thousandtoL

:t ': all the officers and troops-the Navy and their slriction ; or impose terms, the observance of r most of our products and fabrics, and prevent Mexico, af.er a peace, will never renew her ARM OCCUPATION, Ian worth of exports!-and i need not
J\'ear Buena r'uta Feb. 2, 1547. said, that this heavy .
,
I ': : "; gallant commanders, have won themselves' which will be the condition of carrying it on. the collection of revenue.' present prohibitory and protective system soS wa inflicted
at that of ancient China or SIR In to note of this date, the South by the plausible, but .
"L nenily resembling :- reply
One ofthese conditions be the We turn from the profibilions to the actual I your jei ,
and their J laurels.I may paymentof
\ .'':' i country, imperishable a prescribed rate of duties on tonnage and duties imposed by Mexio. The dutes: are Japan, but that liberalized, enlightened, and I summoning me to surrender my forces at discretion of Home Marlet, Home .tarle-e, op by

: and universally by regenerated by the contact and intercourse I beg leave to say that I decline acceding manufacturing mnopols porpoie
'J : specific throughout,
From the Pcmacola Gazette, 3d
,1pnl. imports.In the o
exercise of weight, irrespective of ralue, are with our people, and those of other civilized I to your l'eques.'Vith deluding patriotic, bet ,
12" The U. S. war steamer Princeton, bearing these unquestioned right generalJprotectie nations the far mode I sir obedient flecting portion of our 1r
of war, I have, on consideration, deter. or exorbitant, and without any she will continue more S high respect, am, your community. But fcert
';11'-1 the Lroad pennant of Com. Connor, arrived at ful I rate rf duties resembling that prescribe servant, Z. sir permit me to a
mined to order that the ports or places in crimination for venue. The duties proposed]I system TAYLOR hazr prophesy, and k
:; this this morning, and came to anchor off al is this that under
': T port Mexico which now are, or hereafter be, to be substituted are moderate when comparedwith I ed by thej regulations. Maj. Gen. U. States ,cmmndin. : operations oftbe pu,.
'
; I :OJ our wharf at half past 9 o'clock-exchanging in the actual possession of our land and may naval those imposed by Mexico, being generally I IJhe meantime, it is not just that Mexico,, Senor Gen. D. AtvToNzot.orxzvE SANTA ANNA. ent Tarif during the political year, 1849,t th
I 4 : salutes with the Yard
: Navy as she
i passed.- forces shall be while reduced to a standard than one-half by persistance in t.his contest,, Coandtr.in.Chtf. La Eneantada. exportations from the South, over
by conquest, opened, m'Jc
; r The Princeton tailed from Vcra
Cruz
: .: on the should compel us to overthrow our own financial and above the amount ofexportations from
below the Mexican duties. The duties are
I .. 29th? ult., and brings the glorious our military occupation may continue, to the HEAD QUARTERS. North .
intelligence also based discrimination policy, and arrest this great nation in her wi exceed f fly millions of
commerce of all neutral nations, as a* upon a throughout
: : : :: of the reduction of that city with the Castle of wel high and To reimpose ARMT or OCCUPATION And this prophecy is fulfilled t.-.
articles contraband for and, keeping in view prosperous career. f
in
not
.
war .
our own re\'CIUe
; I ;. San Juan dc Ulloa, and their entire, uncondi. : Saltillo February 19n it be New York
would must ,
the prescribed rates of duties and habits of the people of Mexico, so different high duties be alike injurious to our. Philadelphia k
:; tional surrender to our arms. upon payment SIR:-I have respectfully to that the will learn that aa
selves and and unless report their
ton
all neutral
to I millionaire
,
::1 .. which will 'be made known and enforced by from our own, arc filed in each case at powers
: We are indebted to one of the officers of demanded by stern to main Mexican force is yet at Agua Nueva.. their commercial and their dipIJ
our military all naval commanders. that rate, which, it is believed, will produce in a necessity ungenerous greatness,
!'I .. the P. for the following summary of the pro. While the adoption of this policy be to the Mexican ports the largest amouut of rev. those enlightened nations which have adopt. Our troops hold the positions which they have t tural splendor, are but the m reflet of 0*
,,' ; : : ccedings in this most brilliant achievement wi so well defended, and are to receive
prepared
_.. burden the at the cnue. ed, cotetnporaneously with us, a more liberal I S Coo Bales, the Rice Tierces, and the Su
impose on v
t' i : an achievement that will redound more to the : enemy the should he venture another attack.
I
commercial The now enemy and Tobacco the
:- of same time to deprive them of the revenue to In order to realize from this system the largest policy. system you lloglha of South.Til
I' :, : glory of our Army and Marine, among the nations be derived trado, at such amount of it would be I propose imposing the burden as far as prac An arrangement has been made with Gen. these great :> away them, and New
: portsor places, re\'cnut rccessary
r. I I } .. abroad! than any that has Jet had place] well as f-Oi wcuro it to wherebythe that our army and n-ny should! seize every important ticablu upon our enemies, the people of Mexico Santa Anna for an exchange prisoners! by I York, Philadelphia and Boston would soon
, I." I in. our mililnrr ann.il! a ourseh'cs which we shall receive all all of h
,
,
and ourselves or nearly little better than
not
or friendly come convenient
i expenses of tac war may be (diminished port and place upon the Gulfoi Mexico, upon upon ando.ages
.j MARCH Disembarkation of troops nations to be most in itself and I those captured from us at different times, besides for Coal Heavers
just Hook
t : i' *. a just regard to the general interest of com. or California, or the Pacific, and open the way appears Sandy Fishing
commenced. is further recommended the only the few taken in the action of the 23d. Smacks and Cod Whalers.
the policy Cape
t mercc, and the obvious advantages of uniformity through the interior for fice transt of imports a How
:
I. .'I.| ;, J.ttb.-In\'estment of the City complele. in the exercise of these belligerent rights, and exports, and especially that the interior which is likely to hasten the conclusion of a Our wounded, as well a those of the l\lei- cessary then is it, gentlemen, for even tieir D.
/ 18th.-Trencbes opened, at night. cans which have fallen into hands have
and honorable our t and welfare
! requires that well considered and passage through the Mexican isthmus just peace. own security that the North
regulations
.
,; \ ':ji -. 22d.-City summoned to surrender-on re. restrictions should be prepared for the guidance should be secured 'from ocean to ocean for the A tonnage duty on all vessels, whether our beenremoved to this place, and are rendered I East should not only respect, but cultivate u

; '. < .? fusal! seven mortars opened a fire of bombs. of those who may be charged with car. benefit of our commerce, and that of all the own or of neutral powers, of one dollar per comfortable. : foster with a deep fraternal regardthedoenes.tic ,

, \! ;\; 24th.-Navy Battery, three long 32 pound. rjing it into effect. world. This measure, whilst it wouM greatlyincrease ton, which is greatly less than that impsed I Our loss in the recent actions, 8 far a ascertained interests and constitutional rigbt tie
: era and three 68::J pounders-Paixham amounts to 264 killed 450 wounded o
guns- Mexico ,
lieu
recommended in
You are therefore instructed to examine the our revenue from these dities, and I by is al South. She is emphatically COLsr

A--.:-f -..-, opened a fire in the morning ; distance 700 existing MexicaW tariff"of duties, and report facilitate( communication between oar forces duties and charges. Appended to regulations and 26 missing. One company of the Kentucky of the Union. "While stands the Colosseum,

? : jards. to me a schedule! articles of trade, to be ad. upon the eastern and western coast Mexico, are tables of the rates at which foreign cavalry is not included in this statement,, Rome will stand-when falls the Colosseum.
25.-Anolher battery of four 2-1 pounders would lead the is fixed by law as also a table its casualties not being yet reported. I respectfully Rome will fall." .
: *' .t *, .' and 3 This the : milled at inch ports or places as may at any probably at conclusion of a money separate
mortars opened. day Navy enclose of the commissioned I
results of incalculable currencies by in which a certificate a respectfully
.
time be in our military possession with such peace, to importance to usages Your's
; r. battery opened on a breach in the wall of the
: ::"'Jf rates of duties on them, and also on tonnage, our own commerce anJ to that of all the world.In of value is required to be attached to the in. officers killed and wounded, embracing. many PUBLICOLA
city the fire destructive to the
was
town.
: of
very voice. There is also annexed a table of names the highest merit. BRADFORD'S LAKE :
tho the March
.! as will be likely to produce the greatest a. mean time Mexican government 25.
'/ 26th.-Early in the morning the enemy mount of revenue. You will also communicate monopoly in tobacco, from which a considerable foreign weights and measures reduced to the I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient
(
: ,,; proposed for a surrender. Commissioners on standard of the United States with servant, Z. TAYLOR,
'.' the considerations which may rccom. revenue is realized by Mexico, togetherwith together
\ t the American sideGen'lsrorth and Pillow blank forms, to facilitate the transaction of Maj. General U. S. Army, conuTg.The THE FLORIDIAN.
i .'J, ;: I, and Col. Totten. mend the scale of duties which yOU may prepare the cuilure there which yields that re'e.nuc ADJUTANT GENERAL of the
.' and will submit such should be abolished diminish the business.It Army, i
i regulations as you *o as to t
29th.
'I' Castle surrendered!-Negotiations-Mexican completed-City troops marched and; may deem advisable, in order to enforce their resources of tint government, and augment t is recommended that the duties herein Washington, D. C. "LET tr ALOWR."

: :'} : out and laid down their arms. The American collection.As our own, by collecting the duty upon all the S suggested shall be collected exclusively in HEAD .
tobacco. The ) gold or silver coin. These duties can only QUARER SATURDAY, APRIL 10. 1817.
Icof the
,4 \. ? t,z the and batlerles the contribution proposed is imported ll'xical interior tran
of
troops occupied city the ARMY OCCUPATION
OF ,
; (> : town and Castle-at of that a mital' right, derived from the laws of na. sit duties should also bo abolished, and their be collected as a military contribution, through March
; noon day the Jjgua 'ua. J, 1947.
.'. collection and disbursement of the internal government duty on coin and bullion the agency of our brave officers oftbe array As it should be.
American hoisted
both and SIR I have the
Ensign was over :- honor to that the I
._t"'>i saluted vessels. duties will be made under the orders of the The prohibition of exports and duties upon exports and navy, who will, no doubt, cheerfully and of report On the 30th ult. and 6th inst. upwards of 100got
was by our command occupied their original I
my
S cretal.of War and the should be annulled and the faithfully collect and keep these moneys, and troops fired the
., The of about 4000 Secretary of the especially I this were handsomely on Capitol Square ro this
1 garrisn, men, lajing camp at place on the 27th of .,
.the and naval commandersat coin and bullion account for them, not to the treasury, but to: February under the direction of \VEI
; : : down their arms as prisoners of war, and bet Navy, by military heavy export duty on so a the last of the Mexican Army leaving the city Capt. JE.ot

:-; ing sent to their homes on parole. Five Gen. the ports or places! in Mexico which may to cheapen and facilitate the purchase of im the Secretaries of War or of the Navy respec morning of that day, in the direction of San Artillery, in honor of the splendid victory oG

:'.;| crals, 60 superior officers being amongst the be in possession of our arms. The report re. ports,and permit the precious metals untaxed to tively. It is recommenced that these duties beperformed Luis. It is ascertained that the is in Taylor over Santa Anna at Buena ''ata. and ort

::1" prisoners. quired is th-rcfore necessary, in order to enable flow out freely from Mexico into general cir by the commandant of the post, full retreat, and in a very disorganized enemy condition taking of Vera Cruz by Gen. Sot

me to give the directions to culation. Quick silver and machinery for t whether naval or military, aided by the pay. Our citizens furnished the
,not
;. :.f. ; The total loss of the American army, from I proper th ; the men deserting and dying of starva. means being willing
.. tho day of landing, (March 9,) is 65 persons, : War and Navy Department. working the mines precious metals in Mexico master, or purser, or other officer, the ac. lion in great numbers. I despatch a command to be surpassed in patriotism by the rhiuJI? of othei
**, for the should also be admitted counts of each being countersigned by the
", "J* killed and wounded. JAMES K. POLK. same reasons, this states.
I day as far Encarnacion to harass his
I which with the other as a check upon mistakes or error, in a
March 23 duty-free measuresptarauOuaAf
shingtont
,
[{ ;
f' : 18-
: Officers KllIed-Capt. John R. Vinton.J i rear, and secure whatever military
the the with the supplies
t "7. r, enipmanT.Ti. bhuBnclc. n iy: .a.evn1 AI..rAK..L.'.' \ : lii i tftalVoi iintfp reelouTmc i"als cou same ct<>* .manner.. .......i u vtnvA.is now* *,.I.1 case r-.:_ mav hA 11nt ihFrom .-. .General. Scott a Ver.WK.n C.
*,. March 30, 1847. \ improve cipe! which has introduced statements of Mexican p.viisiiea lat week the of Tay.
r- ;-53: i Officers wounded.-Lieutenant Col. Dick- our own commerce and industry, ports, so much or. officers, tiding
Sin : Your instructions of the 23d instant and that of all der of the lot's great victory,we hardly
, ', :* inson, South Carolina Volunteers neutral powers.In and accuracy into our system. It is sug. particularly medical staff lef to succor npte ple
severely,;; have 'been received by this department, and in thus the that the wounded, there so soon to congratulate the upon another
: : lieut. A. S. Baldwin lieut. opening ports Mexico to the gested a in some cases the attention of seems no that their county
,
:< l Delozin Davidson, 2d navy slightly ; conformity thereto, I present you herewith, for commerce of the world, you would present to the commandant of the post might be necessary loss in the recent action is moderately estimated victory of equal importance. The taking of Ten

|' infantry, very slightly ; your consideration, a scale of duties all nations with whom for the at 1,500, and Cruz and the Castle there, we thought would
proposedto
t ,i : lieul. Lewis Xeill, 2d! Dragoons, wp/ are at peace the performance of other duties, he be may 2,000 men,killed b
severely.
i. t' .. All the wounded are doing well. IK (olcter as a military contribution during best evidence of your desrie to maintain with permitted to substitute some other officer, and wounded ; besides 2,000 or 3.000 desert. more difficult than it was and we epede t leu

*. war, the ports of Mexico, in pOSe them ouririendly relations to renlerthe war I I known the fact to the Secretaries ofI ers. Many officers of rank were lost. I enclose of some desperate and destructive conflict before
01 the
*, ;1".:' have been Mexicans, the slaughter is said to session of army or navy by conquest, with reO'. to them productive\ of as little injury 'possi. makig of the Navy, and subject totheir die a list of the names of our own killed and our soldiers and seamen could effect it. But,thaob

-: immense. The commanding Gen., ulations for the ascertainment and collectionof ble, and event to advance their interests so I rection. wounded, made as complete practicable at'' to the skill and good: conduct of General Scott ud

?.\4:z 4 ond eral command was stationed held in the city, while his sec. s-ich! duties, together with the rea ons which far as it safely can 'be done, "J afl rding to I I have the honor to be, with great respect, this time. One regiment (Kentucky a cavalry) his:officers. and also the gallant officers of our N TJ,

.
. t. the.Castle.. Their reg. I appear me to iccommend their them in not included its the whole place is taken with but lilt!. .
/ adoption.
obedient
: t common with ourselves, the advantages your servant, i return not being rendered. very l r
\
!. ular I .
'J- t1. force about
: was 3,000, and they bad a. i i" clear that must cither of liberal The had our forces. The( Castle of Ulk ., osed
: ,; Lout the I WP adopt our a commerce with Mexico. To R. J. WALKER, enemy fully reckoned upon our to. r.ame ) eup
I
: l :: :: the same Gen.numberofirregulars. Outside: own tariff; or that of Mexico, or establish a extend this commerce,jou will hate in&ealed I Secretary of tho Treasury. tat rout, and had made arrangements to inter to be almost impregnable, baa (aUf fnt. oo aaodi
La
..r city was Vega with a force from I new system of duties. Our own tarif could the ports of Mexico, repealed their interior I To the PRESIDENT. cept our retreat and cut off the army; station much sooner than was anticipated by any one I
'i' 6,000 to
10,000 Col.
, cavalry. Harney with not IJM adopted, because the I for was expected to deal
!-.,' between 200 and exportsare transit duties which obstruct the passage of ing purpose, corps cavalry, not on. many a deadly blow before i
j; 300 U. S. .
:. ', ; i dragoons charg.ed : so different from our own, that different; merchandise to and from the coast ; you will OFFICItLIiEPORT.. ly immediately in our rear, but even below yielded. Yet it fell early, a i afraid to test i ill
and
; on this immence
,", repulsed force with rates, of duties are indispenvible in order to have annulled the government duty on coin i Monterey. I regret to report that they succeeded strength against a to so formidable.
; 'terrible. I From Gen.
'"' .. carnage, scattering them in all direc. collect the largest re\'enue. Thus, upon many and bullion, and abolished the heavy Taylor's Camp. near the village of Marin, in destroy While we award the highest credit to the officen
; tions. export
::,"::: ;f themselves They have barricaded a bridge to protect articles produced in great abundance here, du. duties on the precious metals, so as to permit 11E.1D QUARTERS.. ing a train of supples and killing a consider. who managed this expedition attributing the
: .r- but n
jP4; this ,obstacle our artillery soon knocked ties must bo imposed at the lowest rate in or. them to flow out freely for the benefit of mankind ARMY OF OCCUPATION, able number esort and teamsters. Col. Victory in a great degree to their skilful planning
; and
,.. away gave Harncy'scommand der to collect any revenue whereas, of will }hare Morgan, 2d Ohio regiment, his march would not do injustice to the soldiers
: .."; : a chance at them. ; many ; you expunged the, long list Camp on th Field of Bale, S SBUEA on from under the

i I "!.:: 1- i.. In the attack on the town and castle I the same articles are not produced in Mexico of their prohibited articles, ami reduced more VITA. Meico. ."b. 2-I, iS&$7. Cerralvo to Monterey, was infested by the command. They were not reurrf to do much hard
only or to a inconsiderable woullitbcn.fore -
: t ;: our smaller vessels, drawing not nine feet. very extent, and than one.haftheir! duties.on imports, whilst SIR-I have the honor to report that, hav.in Mexican cavalry, with which he had several fighting but it was not because they were not n
if over bear there a much higher duty forrevenue. tho freest would bo left rencontres, but finally dispersed them with and panting for it. the spirit which displayed
I ',; e S were available But few shot and shells were scope for the mining
e'S. : thrown into the castle-the attack A great change if also rendered of the precious metals These are great ad enemy had been assembled in very smallos on his own part. Captain Graham, thatgve the officer*confidence in theirplaa
main. heavy
being necessary by the proposed exaction of duties vantages which would be secured force ., volunteer service, was was that readiness they showed to do
, : 5 Jy upon the town. None of the enemy's mis. on all to to friendly I at Encarnacion, thirty miles in front of mortally I e'er d.to
imports
S 'i. : sUes struck our vessels and Shu. any Mexican port in our pos. nations, especially when compared with the Agua Nueva, with the evident design of at. wounded in one of these affairs. I have no brave every danger,to endure every}hardship,t
; Midshpman 'from
t : ,. session, any other Mexican port occupied exclusion of their doubt that the defeat of the main Buena their is
at encouraged
S : f brick, who was killed, was serving a battery by us in the commerce by rigorous I tacking my position, I broke up my camp at army leader to move on, unfaltering
";: samo manner. This measure blockades. is true, the duties collected the Vista will secure our line of communica. their attack. By their of
. .: : : :: on sbore. With the city the hopes of the enemy would largely increase the I I latter place on the 21st, and took up a willing support e'e
t : rf.. > fell, as they had no provisions in the collect. It is revenue which weIli"ht from these imports would bo fur the benefit of'I strong line in front of Buena Vista, seven lion from further interruption ; but I still propose movement they left no room to fear for their ccnnp

, ':",*: S Castle to sustain a protracted for recommended, however, our own government ; but it i is equally true, miles south Saltillo. A cavaly force left at in a few days, to change my headquart. in the hour of dreadful peril. We must not. then,
siege. reasons obvious safety, that (this Mexican that the of the ers to Monterey, with a view to make withhold
such
I 'i : The Princeton is commanded by Captain coastwise trade should be expenses war .\gU:Nueva for tho purpose of covering theremoval our high and grateful commendation b

, ':.1 : Engle ; as she sailed from Vera Cruz, Com. tesscls, as well the interior confined trade to our own insists upon prosecutinl. are borne exclusive of supplies was driven in during the further arrangements a may be necessary in the soldier, for they are entitled to it. Their conduct .
that
above
. :;' : Conner's flag was saluted from the Castle of of in any ly by lot by foreign nations. night, and on the morning of the 22d, the quarter. deserves high reward from their country.
I: port entry our but that The
in all It
I ; S San Juan de Ulloa.S.S.S other possession, cannot he doubted but that all neutral na. Mexican army appeared immediately in front dispositions made to harass our rear, This victory, so honorable to all concerned in it,

The Commodore is a passenger on board, :i should respect be the ports of Mexico held by us (tions "isce in I be adoption ofauch a course of our position. At 11 o'clock, a. m., a flag vindicate the policy and necessity of defending we regard a one of the most important yet gained.Its .

I : 'r .' .. having been relieved by Com. Perry before i herein freely opened at the rate of dulies by you, 1 manifestation of jour good will towards was sent, bearing from General Santa Anna a position in front Saltillo, where defeat has effect upon the Mexican people cannot fail to

; .. S: recommended to the vessels and com them, and a deaire advance i thrown the enemy far back into the interior.
: : the commencement of these strong to a summons of unconditional surrender. To have a great influence upon their future movement
m 't opeiations. merce (If all the world. The ad valorem those just and humane No result decisive could hare been
I system principles, which which I immediately returned a negative re s obtained Add to it the splendid victory of Euena Vista tnd
of
r 'N : -' duties adopted by us, although by far make it the of by holding and
duty .
, FURTHER PARTICULARS. the belligerents: as we have ply. The summons and my reply are herewith Monterey our communica.tions we are induced strongly to hope that the two
t most and
-'f, ,:1| i Some time after issuances of the above, we jest equitable,yet requires an appraisement always contended, to render tho war in which inclosed. The action was commenced would have been constantly in jeopardy. have the effect of accomplishing what every one w
&-:.,; received the Florida to ascertain the actual value of every they are little I am, sir,
engaged,
? Democrat, printed at article. TbU demands as injurious a practicable late in the afternoon, between the light troops very respectfully, your obedient our country desires a speedy peace. i
Man
J \- Pensacola from great mercantile to the neutral servant, .
I ; I which we derive the powers. on tho left flank but ,
. .t following ,
was not
seriously worse than mad,if she in
skill engaged still t
r 1 .:! .-. : knowledge, and experience, and therefore These duties would [ Gen. U. pri.ts rjeciJn
<- 4 | account of Marine disasters as well not be imposed until the of aj. Slates Army,
upon the 23d?
; as
some morning when the
!' ... for want of skilful class commanding. overtures ; yea, if she does rome (
appraisers of
The
; i further of the any imports into our own but GENERAL of the or
r particulars movements of the omctrl wholly unknown in Mexico countr. only I enemy made an effort to force the left flank ADJUAN Army, and seek a reconciliation. .
I +< :& troops. -could not upon imports into Mexico, would of our $position. An obstinate and Washington, D. C.
V at once be into successful sanguinary ,
. put operation there. (all the
S ij- MABCH 29tb, 1847. If also! upon people of Mexico in the en. conflict was maintained, with short intervals The Tariff of 1816.

>;r i At 8 o'clock, A. ){. the Castle saluted the certained, as and proposed collected, these duties arc to be as. hancement to them of the prices ofthcNC im throughout the day, the result being that FOR TUE FLORIDIAN. The Sentinel has come to the rescue of the ft"t"

S J lfll. : Mexican Flag"-at 10 the garrison crossed as a military contribution ports. Nearly all our own products arc excluded tho TIlE \"ORTl. .VD SOUTH. lorn TW
through the officers of enemy was completely repulsed from our TIE hope-opposition to the Tariff ot 1SUX.
:
: I to the city, and the whole Mexican army those brave men could our army and navy., by the Mexican tarif even in timo of lines. An attack of cavalry upon the rancho GENTLEMEN :-In Jour remarks last week, paper u embldene to break. what the Democrat
"Ji ? ... marched out and stacked their the more easily perform almost peace ; they are during the I of Hueno Vista headed "Facts I
arms on any other duty than that of allo and a demonstration upon the vs.. Prophecy was forcibly papers ni the expressive silence in regardl rl
; I ;' .'' road near the U Cemetry." Our army then value of description of estimating the war, so far ns wo continue the system of city of Sa I io itself were likewise handsome struck with the quotation which you this Tariff and that are "crowing"'
every
says Demrt
14"1 took the line of march each side goods, wares and blockading of the of Mexico and the Palladium the Boston
., up on of the merchandise. any |port ; ly repled. Early in the night the enemy Palladium I pre. too soon. I doesn't deny but that the present Tariff
.fi Mexican force, into the Col. Belton they are also excluded even from the not sume- not the
town. The of ports 'his and fell back certainly, PALDIUM which has worked
system specific dudes camp upon very well so far, and has brought
';; i .:: took poueuion of the Caatle saluted: the already prevails blockaded in possession of Mexico whereas rueva was stolen from the m
Jove.
;. ... American in Mexico, and be Agua a distance twelve miles. Capiiolian I need revenue to the Treasury than the boasted act o1S*>
r .. may put by into
: ::. Flag, and also fired salute Com. us the new system soon to our corn.merce Our force not that the contained
a to immediate operation ; and if conceded. woul open own engaged at all points in this say prophesy in the did in the same length of time; nor does it deflj that .
; .r Conner as Inc Princeton left. a all the as they shall action fell somewhat quotation, was made in advocacy of
short
,: oflelico of 5.400 a System the tit
:r specific duties should be more burdensome : men. manufacturers instead of "
.S' .. Gen. Scott, from the Government House, on the people Mexico, the onerous up.the fall intoour military plssc iol. Neither our while that of the enemy, from the' statement Protection, "for the sake of protection," predicted,are working bin their factories rine with a a

S :. sf % reviewed the troops as they marched through lore own nor foreign merchants are required to General Santa Anna, be estimated a system, which would be much better understood Whig
.: \ of these duties them, the may at profit is made bv other species of(indus-
operation
soon. send
upon
the Public Square-he It now quartered in it. ; any goods to Mexico,and, i it( they do sovoluntarily 20,000. Our success such were it called by tho more a any
; er is that they will force their against great odds appropriateand try. far, then the Tariff ol has been successful.
I'; ; The largest of the i likely military it be because make is title of A S 181
S portion inhabitants had left I rulers to a It is wi they can a sufficient encomium on the good conductor significant System of legalized The Seolir ] does this. Al!that
agree peace. not deny
a profit
the city previous to the attack-on our upon importation Acre, and there our troops. In detailed Plunder, for the sake plunder. But
a the
more official
iIr,1 1. entr mild and forbearing of warfare col. reopr to the Democrats from has been
n fore they will have o expected <
the place looked deserted. The system no right to complain of I shall have the satisfaction of quotalion-vide: i tl.
ki. lecting no duties in their ports in our the duties levied bringing But the Sentinel thinks all this notaingM
iu the
led is possession proves
t: ; not ascertained-supposed however ports Mexico, upon notice of the Government the first of March, 1847" "the
on the Gulf and conspicu B PRODUCTS
: levying or to the excellence that it bu
no the of those ,because
measure
be large.rrho city is much injured from the whilst cntributions consumers goods, the people of ous gallantry of particular officers and AGRICULTURE BE 0 ne
MATERIALLY
effect of the shot our armies purchase frm Mexico. The whole collected corps W.L REDUCED, ben tried long enough to test it thoroughly, $
and supplies would
shell. I
Nine thousand money may be permitted here, however, to acknow (or the want of a home market."
S Mexican at high prices, by rendering war a benefit inure to the benefit of our ventures the prediction that the act will yet tv-oat
own
troops were within twelve or fifteen the government ledge my great obligations to Brig. General Now, gentlemen instead
: iniler the the to people of Mexico rather than an injury, and people,to sustain the war, and Wool of the products of to b a falure. We are unable to see upoa what
S:. city, on night of the 28th, but has to pf event, the second in command, whom I feel agriculture
being reduced
hastened I
not the
t need
were impeded and driven back by Col. Har- conclusion of a peace. to that extent, new loans and increased taxa particularly indebted for his valuablo services that have not tell you ground this prediction is based, and can find 1

ney the Dragoons. It may be, however, that specific duties, onerous tion. Indeed, in view of the fact the on this occasion. if they incc in a twofol degree, thin in the argument of the Sentinel, or iathe c
o not I
attack as they are, and heavy contributions, ac. is thrown fat more- only of the to it from
1 on I Alvarado" will made government upon the ordfn rev. Our loss has been and no t cumt cuh. exempt
on severe, will
5.m .4 b companied by a vigorous prosecution of the for with other very not support a just and necessary war, but, same fate which prediction of tho
1 to-morrow ((30lh.) The possession of this enues peace, no additi
S ; place is important, owing to its agricultural war which, may we have more failed speedily to obtain insure that pace bt loans to carry on the war,'the in. loss has been immense. I shall take the ear. nary donations giving, under u the the ability divine, by influence eleemosy of Whig ma the "ruin the Tariff of 1845 WOUld Sentiftis "

? produce fr.r come toc b derived from the new system, Kest opportunity nely PleG. Th argument t

j? ?tt Colonel Ton, of the Engineer corps aud from imous forbearance, from brilliant victories, or which, it bleve will be large, Uthel the casualties of oforaring. a correct list of fire a overruling the Proyience ancient to "heap coals of ,that the ICe of the act up to this o ticM t.

tl S u r* bearer of despatches, also came on proffered negotiation.rJbe duties how. suggestions would be I am, sir, very respectfully Had upon an enemy. i aounte for by the failure of the crop .Earopt' ,
passenger whilst the obedient the misnomered Palladium said
your first
her. The ever, may there sustain the credit bigly By great d mand which hu conMQ.estlj ari*
board of bearer of despatches left b specifc portant t of servant, Z. of ad te

: i Immediately! after .il arrival for Washington.Nolhlng fore should more not be onerous vlorm duties, ment, to prevent the embarrassment of the Maj. General U. S.TAYLOR March in the, 1850 Northern, the and products Eastern of .Ylfa in that quarter for our products. W. cone* WI,

further by tIl mail this It is so high as to defeat revenue. treasury, and to save cuntr from such The ADJUTANT GENERAL of the comning. ri materially reduced,"for the Stte. wi cannot a this is to &Qnt (
I ntorning. impossible to adopt as a basis the tariff ruinous sacrifices as ocurred during the last Washington, D. C. Army, I protecting b patronage of tho General wait Govern.of ot the manufacturers, and w. will wat f foitfcf

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J the prosperity of africultural industry. we Were not the authors ef th. war,In character UNITED STATES ARMY. -- =- .-
to SPRING GOMS.Granl HotJce.
wnfortuBrte. nearly akin to the deists of France; Wat S;; !
think the Seatmel1 argument particularly were they not men hardened, seared consciences. A GOD Washer ad IrD. Apply at this O. OIX months a date, the vfidctsignW, Eitcvfoi

The demand for our products may in part account reprobate minds, o desperate wickedness, it ama Recruiting: Service. Opening Fukionable Dry Goodi, fce. AprilO.ls1 3 JJ of he and testament of Bcnj.mi

for the hiri price of brea<& uf!!!. this beingtb utterly inconceivable that they should have made WANTED for the UNITED STATES ARMY, TUST received. per Brig On. Wilson, consisting o( Chance,deceased,late of Leon County.will present ;

clsj of our products which a .carcity in Europecreates declaration" ME.between the ages of 18! J mil writies of Cabric(o Ladies Dresses,Bonnets. MORE NEW GOODS hi. accwinU and vouchers to th DoD JudgtW P'gui )

but how i. it to account for the "Let no consideration whatever my brtbrn.d- and 35 years, being abve :feet 3 inches high of Ribbons and of all yariete bat 0 Leon County, and application Car leU
a demand for. ter you at all time, and in all places:frm good character and respectable standing among Brre Shawls HOPKINS ft. MEGINN1SS te dla.0 as Executor aforesaid.

irfrtaced price of cotton f People do not eat cotton ing the present war It is a war unjust, loolih and their fellow-citizens None need apply to enter ful arm an Hoisery Gloves, Mitts, &.c., now the balance of their Spring JOSEPH CHAJE. Executor,
demand for it. Thehaw rumoui. i. because GREAT BRITAIN the but those who ARE reiinr Leon County,April '
__. scarcity of food creates no I unjuit. service, are determine toserse i Patoletts.Fan I .among which are a variety 6C new It)IN 3.18& : e

are the improved prices of cotton to be accounted H."SOfERE EVERY CONCESSION SORT honestly and (a hfuly. th prio ulisr leaf Also.Men,and and Bys Panama, Lgbom. and Palm- oldreas goods; with a large eteve stock or State Florida, -
Hal
CONCEIVES WOULD of
ment viz: a Clothing
HE "u" all kinds of and Goods.
demand for food ban a .tzo. Staple Dry
for t The truth is.the great RUIN- the term.office/ years a the recruit may for sale theap f.o cash by the sut'. ribr. corner of hATS.Gentleman' IN CHANCERY-IN CIRCUIT COURT MIDDL

tendency to keep down Hi prices. The capital whichBJght A report of both house of the Massachusetts ,Legislature lay f.'rtileandfantr Soldiers,andof Dragoon Monroe and Jefferson streets, and Sore in Spring style of bats; a new and beau Albert Ritchie CIRCUIT LEON CO\NT
otherwise be invested in cotton purchases serving ou foot. Monticdlo. Please call and examine the tiful an4 William BI.Ea on of
in F an Rim. tm
brary.lSI..drdare Sergjt Major Sergeant, Chief Musician H. GREENBERG CO. William N. Ritchie Complainant
of aice.BO
of
to the purchase supplies raster L& & AKD .
appropriated
mist be That the war in calamities SHOE M.
so ,
bta sect waged and Chief Bugler, each: per month $17- April, 147. 47 descrip
lood- So far from there being any thin; in the condition with the worst .i. and tarried o in tAe per annum$204 for 5 yeal. J 1020. Ldies'. Gentleman's Patent Leather Sho and every D'Orsay Gai Luis A. PellennThomas BaitzcllThomas F. King,

of the old world to increase the price of Ihi worst po.imanne.forming a union of iceakncu First Sergeant of-a Company.per month $IG-per $OO Pieces Calico. ; with a STOCKof other lands the Union Bank of Florida, Jtl

staple of the South it is evident that the rererse ktnt' which" defies for a parallel annum f92-for.>yran, bOOidu SPRING and Summer Pintl. choice patterns,just of ter SHOES and GE.'EI B virtue of a decree rdefd.n tbi Ca on th*
great the annals of uld. .me Sergeants per month $ annum and for sale Boors.FURNITURE.. first day of April l expose to pobli
is tbe effect and in this view the planters c{ The sameness of the sentiment and expression' of $210-for :years, $IOSO. l5rer L&H. GREENBERG &CO. Sofas and Divans sale for cash, before the Cort-ho door in Talla*

the South have reason to expert still greater pruepetity '- Federalism in 1512 and of Whiggery in IS47, shew All other Srleants. p- mo, 13-p. ann.,$150- April 3, rs-n. 47 Marble Top Bureaus, Lessee,on. Monday the 3d day of May next. within
when the exigent demand for food shall cease, for 5 years, Marble Wash-stands legal hours, all of section Eubt (8) Township one.
the same paternity We are satisfied the patriotic Corporals, month for Staple and Domestic Goods. Top (1) North of Range Ehstcalled the
$9- annum $109-
be to the per oneJ Ltnett.
of be tree to applied Marble Centre -
the capital Europe Top
ana portion of our people will so view it, and place their :years, $540.Buglers pr GENERAL assortment just received and for sale Tales.., Township 1 as shall be .
A
purchase of their peculiar pi oducts. seal of condemnation upon the unholy efforts of the per month $ -per enrtim, $90-for :, by L &H. GREENBERG a CO. a great Wardrob and other CHAIRS-.some to satisfy the several sums of money mentioned m .
bare to resort to better urie. ROJNG. Rid decree, and therein and thereby ordered to b
will arguments
The Sentinel years, April 3, 1517. 47. *
Whigs of 1S47, to cripple JAMES K. POLK in his $S.lfusiCan. new a patters ; with a general variety of
its The people of FlorIda ,per month $3-per annum $f)6-for 5 I : paid out of the proceeds of the sale of said land. *
to justify !! prediction Grocery,Hard-trare, and fran-ware.
herculean the honor and
struggle to promote glory CDkt Title deeds at cost .purchasers.
blinded by it* fallacies, where years.S. Grocerie Tallahassee April 3, 4t 37.
be
will not easily
of our country. a they did upon those of the Feder Blacksmiths, per month, $11-per FULL assoitment just received and for sale by I I 167. THOMAS BROWN
their interests are so deeply involved They will ists of ISl'J in relation to JAMES MADISON annum 132-for 5 year, $ro. A L. & H. GBEENBERG CO. Muter in Cbancery.Apri .

see that there is nothing to explain the sucCe of Artificers, per month, $11-per annum, J32-for April 3, J'1. 37 & I LATEST SPRING GOODS. 3, IS 17. 37 ,

the Tariff now, and the general prosperity). of the Tariff In Mexico. :"years, $'GO.Prinlt' per. month, $7-per annum, $S4-for : Ice Cream Freezers.OR I NOW receiving, per Brig Gen Wilson from New laElstnUe'* Court.

under it, which gives any reason to expecta able letter from Mr. ,the
,
country
We publish to-dav a vcr ears.2U. folowing. viz:
County
SALE at I he TIN SHOP Ice Cream Freezers. I TiE Snd DitridLn .
different result when the condition of Europe shall Walker the Secretary of the Treasury in reply to a Pay of Dragoons and Riflemen,\when moun'rd -L of various sizes. Also, Tin Tub, to set the Of ndie. hold their Cor lond Mon. ;

hive changed _ _ letter from the President ou the suSject imposing Sergeant Major Quartermaster Sergeant, ChiefMusician ?*iee7cr in, which takes a less quantity ol ice than Printed Lawns day in April. Return dav. 2nd April. John .
and Chief I Gingham Lawn. Wilson J. W. Sherwood and Robert the
Bugler each, per month, $fl7- the wooden tnls Eccles. are
The n.ar. a lanfl in the Mexican ports We hope none of our for Scarfs and Shawls, ministerial officers of Court. Under ,
per annum, $204- :year, $1029 Talbhuct. April 3, 1547. 37 an arrangementof
Speculations in regard to the war must now start readers will fail totead it. I is a specimen of lib- First Srgeant of a Company. pr month $16-. Bonnet and Bonnet Ribbn the Magistrate's,there will be but one collecting
-for $y< of Letters Silk Mitts and docket, which will be under the direction of majortyof
from The battles of Buena Vista and era and enlarged views, such a should characterize per :years List Goes. a -
a new point.
month for Grass Skirts &.c .,for sale by the Justices. Each officer will '
$150 | undersigned
Sergeants $13- -
Vera Cruz have produced a change in the conditionof the policy of every American Statesman, and does years, $750..Corporah. per. per annum REMAINING in the Post Office, at Tallahassee LLOYD & FLAGG. responsible for the papers put in his hinds '

affairs in Mexico which must necessarily be followed honor to the Administration which entrusts the : per month,$10-per annum,$120-for Ash Charles Airil 1, 1SJ7. : April, J S 1. 37 t. For collection. Office for the present,at the CourtHouse

by important results Before, v'e were fight- management of the revenue to one capable of mainaininz :vears, 6.Buglrs Levy, .Almon .

i-jg an enemy ill full forceand boasting his strength, such high ground. ,per month $-per annum, $10S-for : Allen Allen, Silas William D !nard., Alfred Sarah .\ Staple Goos C. E DARTm. P.
OSVABURGS ,
.
but now, he is no where to be found in a condition to This letter will satisfy the country that, in the years, $5.1.Farieri Blacksmith,per month, $11-per annum 1.Anderson,John Leonard, W B 2 10 DALE coro Shirtings, J EDWD.. M. WES'. J. P.P. :

make the slightest show of battle. His hosts haebeeo conduct of the war. the President and his cabinent $132-for yeas. $GoO. Austin, Joseph Mixon. John 2" Shettinn, April 3, I*H. 37

driven back and dispersed, and now prowl about have not lost sight of the proper principles o economy Pivtt per month $>%-per annum, fW-for : Berton Barber,, Charles Mrs Martha F Mitchell Michou,Rev William Al M 2" Brown Drill, for salebr Distribution of Fire Fund 1
LLOYD FLAGG
and that they are making the effort to force the years, >. a
their own country ravenous with hunger The hope $ of TWELVE DOLLARS will be paidto 'Jelamv' Burton lfoUJlire. .Arthur April 3, 1547. 37 :> BY an interlocutory decree of his honor Thomas 4 C
.
and enemy to pay our expenses incurred in its pnweculon Butler, William D II '
and prop of the Mexican cause is broken gone each recruit enlisted lor the infantry Baltzell. Judge of the Middle Circuit, in the .

Santa Anna and his army can no longer be relied upon We may expect good results from this measure or mlnt.d regiments: Also, ONE'.tilty.KINDRED AND tennit, Mr M,-iris, Gideon F Nals Ac. matter in Chancery in Leon Circuit Court The City
Bradley,Capt R J Madd., David of Tallahassee J.B. Bull,et al. Trusteesit hav-
Heretofore ,vs.
with proud confidence or, indeed with any confidence the tariff in Mexico has beet. so SIXTY ACRES OF LA"D. orl02. : on being honorably ltilks*;n, fir Manning, John 7KEGS N. IL., ing been referred to me "to enquire into and.aster- I .

The stronghold at Vera Cruz has been wrested ugh, retricti\"e and unjust, that commerce to their Besides discharged.the above Blake, Dr Robert W Miles Prol Pliny Collins and Simmons' fain,as near as may be,the persons who maybe aptropnate .
monthly as one
from the enemy. and he has nothing but dangerto prl has been greatly discouraged Some articles ration per day is allowed pay every itatt, is Baker Capt Hiram 3 Miles. Eben F Just received and for sale by "xe3. objects according .to the design and in'entwn -

expect from that quarter prime necessity have been excluded altogether.- amply sufficient for his subsitence-alo. a large Bird,Cant Daniel 2 Mills, Wa LLOYD &FLAGG. (' of the donors, and to .report the same, I!
The has been that she has Barrehill,Thomas S Montros Mm Cornelia Apnl3, l'i7. 37 Ct with the amount to which they be respectively
What is to result from this state of thines! How consequence not derived supply of comfortable and genteel c.thing. Go may
) Elizabeth John "
will the Mexicans act under their sore and\ inglorious that revenue from her tariff which the wants of theountrv quarters and fuel are at all times ; ev e- Barr'hilrs!, McCollister McKinnev CConway. Flour. the fund who note tn hand: Now,there- ,
attention will be paid to making thor men who Ehzaleh rore. persons, claim an interest in aid fundas i I'I'e"tilefrt
defeats ? 'required,and which might have been derived ry enlist and are determined to strve their coun- .ch'er. Henry 0 BARRELS Rochester Flour for sale bye sufferer by the fire in Tallahassee on 25th May. I

If they were any other people, or if events had under a more liberal policy. The tariff which Mr. try may in good faith, comfortable and contented with 'amplx.ll, John ,J M ) LLOYD A.. FLAGG 1S43,.her hh'i6o and required to present their i

the same effect upon their minds that they would up- Walker proposes to lay, for the purpose of aiding our their situation The best medical attendance is always Coleman, Ebenezer Mcintosh, len L 2 April 3, 1817. 37 5t calms to me. "thll thirty days fro this date I
Calhoun Col
John C McIntyre, O 3 \hen I shall proceed to execute said interlocutory
en the minds of any other people we might very Government in paving its expenses, is conceived ina provided for the sick soldiers; and no deduction ?owart, Mrs Harriet Markham, \\ ilium 4 For sale by Lloyd 4 Flag, decree '
of is made during th" period he is unableto o
safely laY that these late victories will end the war. better spirit and will no doubt have very happy perform pay his, dutv. Should the soldier be disabled Johoon,Jam<- lSalwr, Mrs Malmda 0 1 (\ BARRELS 1S3G Whiskey (Winchester,) It will be proper that each claim cxhibit -l. The I
fleet, Rot only in relieving our but also in Davis Wm G :\ Morton, John 1U 2 Brandy. character and extent of the loss; 2. Thesitnation to
Bat, when \,'e speak of the results of anv event upon Treasury in the line of his duty, the laws provide a pensionfor Pip i
Dessau, A 2 Odum, Jesse which the claimant reduced
teaching the Mexican people the error of their un- him. 25 t Claret %Vine, was by such loss; 3.Tbe
the Mexican, we can only rely upon conjecture Dorsy, Robert Oliver. Robert 6 London Porter and amount already received from fu contributed for !
pints, .
tractable obstmacvThe By the ahvc> it is seen that the and allowances Cask quarts d
pay ,
They act against reason and therefore their conduct are and that with prudence and Ellis.Joseph C C 2 O.Connel. John I Rum the relief of the sufferers; and, The proofs by .

raniot with any certainty, be anticipated However respectable the monthly of the soldier be laid Earby, John L Poce.Capt G T 2 April 3.1 U7 37 5t which thee several fact ran be made to appear. 1 !
economy '
following letter from Dr. McGxHEC, should pay may Col Patterson,Arldre\ F. UH1TNEK.
we think it probable that stern necessity: will up-as every thing requisite: for his comfort and convenience E\eril Just Received i
have been received in Exutn Alexander
for Ma.sterinChanc-ery.
time our last As fatha p.tteron. .
lead them now to what: a reasonable nation would numbr. is furnished by the Government, including Freeman. Job Johns AND FOR SALE BY LLOYD FLAGG March 27, 1947. 3t f
however, am thing is interesting at the present from his sugar and coffee The prudent soldier, therefore P.Ueron. & TalahUe. 3
have done long ago. What possible hope could animate Fryer John Porter. Nathaniel 3 Loaf Sugar, Crushed Sugar Sntinel and Journal copy. I
the army and coming from one of our own citizens, may readily save from $10 to $1020 during his Pouell Charles 11 If
Floyd. Benjamin .
them to continue the war under present circumstances enlistment office and at the of Powdered do. Soap and Starch SULPHUR
we publish it. We are extremely obliged to our years; expiration Fraser. 2. Phillips, Gco V.' SPRING 1
Candles and Oil, 10 boxes scaled Herring.
the term he Ifhe chooses, email Philp
They cannot have the remotest expectation can purchase a
friend McGhee for his polite attention, and trust bewi } Joll PrestonThonnae Old Java Laguira NEWPORT WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
farm in any of the western State, and there settle 'crE.t"on Cofee. Cofee. Ii
of gaining a victory over our arms. They continue his favors.MONTEREY himself comfortablv on his own Und, for the rest of t I'reeman, William Pope, Barton C Rio Choice chewing Tobaccoes. THE snbsriber would most respectfully t

cannot hope to stay our progress to any portion of his life. I I : A Royce Benjamin 11Geddie April 3,1SI7. 37 5t hi. friends and the public that
their choose to strike at and reason lh.xJCO. February 2S, 15.17.Jear V." Alexander Russell. lon C 3 still occupies the WAKULLA HOTEL. \
country we may ; The sum of TWO DOLLARS will be paid to lhe
Sir:-In mv note to you a week atro. I nro- any Geno, Francis Russell. e F Boots* Shoes and Leather to accommodate all who desire
to teach them that, if driven to the worst CITIZEN, non mmiAio'a officer or soldirr, who may 1
ought I used, should any th-Ig.n our line ocur that would shall bring to the rendezvous able bodied Graham, David Randall. Phincas BGranniss N hand and made to order cheaper than ever to test the virtues of Sulphur Water, during the ensuing II
we will not hesitate to avail ourselves of the laws of I utere you or yuir readers, I inform you who shall be regularly an citizen recruit should, If f Roulhae John G O before offered in this city. Call and see, andwe season a

war, and supply our armies from their own storehouses I am proud that it is mv privilege to say to you, present his recruit to the enlisltThe Lieutenant or Captain and Geiger, Harmon Shine.James will satisfy you that home manufacture. are thecheapest A convenientbatb-housewasbuiltover one of our I

so that the burthen upon our coun'rv will be on this occasion, that another fight has come oil. and not to the Recruiting Sergeant (;reen. Enoh 2 Shecley.ls:1 J The attention of Planters is invite to a prmgs last year; and another house(for the accommodation )
American arms have again been v'iC'toriou'Ve Granl,John very !superior article of Negro Shoes for r. of the Ladies) will be erected during the I
Lieut.
1st R S HAYWARD.
considerably lessened They ,cannot hope. then Zack nine cheers on the reception of this gveold Grant, Sirs harriet Smith William made ol the best matenals, and warranted not to rip, Spring 1 I

either by active measures, or by"' masterly inactivity and felt willing to give nine more. RicntmNG RE- Recruiting) Oftt. or Au2iitu's' Smith, Levi B Vices for other kinds of work will b found to correspond Tee Batljs can be used at all limes, are never

." to better their ctusethemust: see that to delay Santa Anna commence the fandango o six miles bond Tallahassee, April DEZVOlS 0, 1517.Executor's J Ghent, John tark\eather. S Repairs of Boots and Saddles and and the properties of the water are as I 1
is most wicked obstmacv.. ) Saltillo,on : cannonading him. hook. Jesse 2 Stockley. John BHelm. harness, at short notice. Har.c of every quality beneficial to invalids as those of any sulphur springs
peace Zck. returne ossly a few shots that day. Early on Notice. Joseph &. Hen,. 3 Shavers, Williamhall made to order. in the State. I is not deere necessary here to cite
We cannot see, though how the,. could continue (tie morning the tction was resumed, and loon W E Spear.Dr Thomas Bhlntvard \\M H. l'\LLAN. cases or give who have tit :

active operations even if they were so disposed became general on both sides, and continued until ALL person who have any demands against the Elizabeth 0 3 Spencer Samuel iHorgor April 3, 1547 37 bem. ,

Nothing can be hoped for from Santa Anna's arm*, night, with a heavy loss ou both sides During the of George E. Heaver, deeas -, will Did Scott.Rev James D : In additionito the usual fare at country Taverns,
night the Mexicans withdrew and fell b.C to Agua I please present them without delay, to louston, Stephan Ch he Wakulla Hotel will be regularlr with I ;I
that would .uplie
ana the prestige of his name is lost, so it VJueva, General Ts old encampment Further in- CHAS. M. WELLS and harley, John I) Stroroan Jacob CABINET MAKING. Green Turtle Fish. and Oysters,and ."y atI....

seem impossible that he could array another army of lormation states that they have lef Agua Isueva.butwe S. R MALLORY, th1 ds. Dr George Stone., Bonapartin t. paid to the comfort of visitors.
any strength. He was the hop of the nation.- ace ipnomnt of where tltrv .. .._hat thjr i. DcMtUY. HKMu 3 M M| % & IffiAPlaisL" 5 "' :T. ." -in f 9.u.A .s. t
tend do. Some around Key West, April 10, 1S47 t Seymour Tanner Mrs Ann of supplr of and
to suppose they are moving 3 HoUJay. bought the entire stock and interest neighbrlo anorO.. came
What can they do now when he has shown himself M Tabor, Washington HAVING to bring their childrenhere
the mountain. and will appear in the rear of Gen'lf Hurt. Wienker in the Cabinet Shop are ; parents wishing
miserably incompetent to cope with American bkill ; others think they are entrely muted and will SPRINGGOODS. Huehs,Miss Ann Thomas,Richards prepared to do all kinds of wrrk in that line, and > .there is a good school and divine nice every

and valor not tie able even if dl'irous. rally ag in. My Hille, Dr John B Tucker, Hezekiah hope the patronage heretofore given to the shop will Sabbath day
have back to San Luis PotosiThis Hair Aaron 2 Taylor Wm N in the bu The subscriber has good stables fur Horses,and at-
It can now be seen that the President was right in opinion is the gone BETTON A: iIIGfiS 1 be continued. Their cxpcnence !mess
was a affair The the Boyle, John Taylor. Wm W them in can give satisfaction entive srnnts.
very los on Gen. elegant warrants saying they
blov RE Wilson I
an .
raise A now receiving per
to
asking the last Congress for speedy authority ttarnll, Susana Ulmer Joseph AhlunterLewis W. G. DAUGHTERY.
pal t of Mexico four thousand in kie .t.1. selection of Spring and Summer Goods, v'u : They execute their woik well, and are willing to dis-
*
ten additional Regiments. and for ready means corresponding wounded and mmsing J i!said that at leat .French Berages, VJ'n,Genrge WIt pose of it on as reasonable terms a any other workmen Newport, florida March 22. 1S47. 36

to this increase. If Congress had acted thousand were left dead upon the fitld Our loss in Satin stripe do. es, J Walkr.Edward W in the State. W. M'KINNEY RUSSELL,
killed and wounded is between five and six Johnson, Mrs Pr llv A
March 20, 1&47
the forces hundre Rich Ombrie do.
his recommendation, might 3
,
promptly upon about two hundred In this in our Johnson, Miss H J R Williams,William AR'fS.HA
have been in the field at the late battles and our v"ic- attlesin this country kied., we lost large a number of our Plain and Plaid Black do. do. Johnson, Allen G 2 Williams, W T For Sale. \ING taken Rooms at Banner 11o-
Plain Mode Blue and Pirk
Zones could have been followed up with still more officers Some of America's best blo was spilt in and colored Balzannes and Marquese, Je'kms Zarhanah Willis, E C FARM situated about two and a half miles wet ticlo. Fla..very respectfully tenders Mr-
Back Watterson John W A vices who desire faithful and accurate Like
Jones Miss Martha
tho
decided: results. The probabilities that the present this engagement I will procure a liit Muslins and Lawns, of Madison Court House. It consists of lourighths of themselves friends which be
would ol the officers killed, and send it to you for pubhca- Colored Tarlton Jerneveon,Capt Aaron \\nite.Elijah of first quality of pine land.about 100 acres nee or wi trnsmite
state of affairs will force Mexico to a peace, Muslins Keith" James J 5 William 2 to posterity indellible the past.
lon for the satisfaction of readers Wol. anda
,
( our Do do Robes, opened, well watered with excellent springs.
then have been greatly increased. We on this, a on all other occasions, had to contend Plain do do Kelley Samue Albert G comfortable dwelling hous. The outbuildings are are warranted to please. Price $30 ,
March 27 1S47. 36 '
Monticello. ,
Walker's letter that it is the de- numbers. Gen T. with Killen. Walker, DonaldsonKinr _
and
We see from Mr. against greatly superior Organdic Muslin all new, the barn and gin-house spacious commodious -
ngn of the President to continue vigorous hostilities five t ousand men,met in open field Santa Anna with Swiss, Book and Mull do Smith D Walton.Thomas J There is on the tract a superior orchardof Administrator's Sale.A I
Wallace J J
Mexico refused to treat for peace he twenty thousand, and thrashed him a little of the Mourning Lawns and Ginghams Lokwo.W D Peaches, Figs, &; also a young vineyard, which GREEABLY to an order of tbe Judge of Probate
having again F Ward Wm
worst I doubt much whether Santa Anna will is, n from 35 to 40 bushels of fine
very Rich Berage Shawls, the last year produced XX for Gadsden County, Florida, I shall proceed to -
other alternative, but at the same time he is Lewis William J Waterson, John
sees no ever make a stand again against old Rough and Ready Black do do C grapes Its character for health is unquestionable.Applv sell before the Court How door in the town of

wisely arranging measures to make the war defray a While this was going on abve. we were doing a Superior Silk Scarf*, Lv.nch. Mansel D Yeager Rev W 11 letters to the Editor of the Floridian,or on the premISe Quincy,on Saturday,.the 17th day of April. 1847,
Persons calling for of the above ,
great part of its own expenses We suppose if Mexico little below here. One of our trains of one hundred Berage do advertised any .1 to W. C. MILLER two negro slaves to Wit: Marya girl about 16 years .
and six wagons, together with the escort, was taken Back. White and Colored superior Kid Gloves, will please say they are January9,1513. 25 of Zack boy about of Sold
shows no disposition even yet for peace, our armies NASH P M I age: a 6 years age. II
Mann, a small village some thirty miles below do do MILE between of the estate of
lear do d> do Silk COUNTY for a distribution heir
when in sufficient force will begin their march By late Pot Orhce law, all JEFFERSON
(#
here. The wagons were burned,and the men,mule Silk and Gingham regltionJf I Archibald Black, deceased. .
towards the Capitol. and such of the goods a was wanted, were carried Parasols Umbrfla, Ribbons,assorted, transient' newspapers pre-paid, three cents I 'i'ax Coil e C 0 r S ftIe. E. S. llr.lK.Adm'r.
forwarded .
otT. At the same time two companies:of the second Sun Shades&, each,otherwise they cannot b I virtue of authority vested in me by law, I Mach 20. 1547. 3 ts

The President of flic'United States. Regiment of Ohio were surrounded in the village, White and Black Silk Hose, April, 1S47 37 3t BY expose for sale, before the Court House of Florida. -

We have felt, for some dais past a disposition to who were just able to keep of the Mexicans by hard Slate, Black,White and Mixed hose and hL Ho!, Worms! Worms Worms door. in Monticello. Jefferson County on the Stat COURT
CHANCERY. IN THE CIRCUIT
IN -
We heard of and
lighting situation, sent Maj. Linens First Monday in July
little advice to Whig friends, Irish n"n
give a gratuitous our Shepherd, of the first Kentucky Regiment, with a Brown Linen Drilling*, TiE bane 01| childhood,and the certain precursor the following property, or so much a will FOR JEFFERSON. COUNTY.
AD regard to their talk ahout the President and the detachment to their aid. He performed his duty, on do do and Cotton Drilling, many: dangerous diseases, if allowed to remain pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the Hampden S Linton Complainant

War It has become very fashionable for Whig politicians I this occasion, very handsomely, aid returne in due Table and Napkins, long in the human system in great numbers J JS40 : "8.

to stretch their inventive genius at faultfinding time. He found that a few rounds of cannon was Huckaback Dara'k Toweling Thmusands of Childre die annually from year N E 4., Sc 32, and NW.jSec33andV.'iofNE Catharine Eliza Smith John M. Smith and Richard f
what they would not stand. The day alter these two and E. to be- II Harrison, Defendants.appearing .
relation to the ".ar-in this respectthey exhibit Scotch Diaper Linen Dowlas, Worms' 4, Sec 33. T 1, R 4. N purporting
in Companies were relieved, the remainder of the second White, Brown and Black Holland, Scotch Diaper, hand when they be- bug to Duncan M Quarles.WINW4Sccl5T2R4N&E.Ownerflot. [T to the Court, by the affidavit of com-
"beats" India rub The season is now 4
an elasticity of genius. that Ohio Regiment came up and were attacked by Bird Eve do., colored Table and Piano Covers, e.ISeat L plinant. that the defendant Catharine Eliza

her "all hollow" Some adept in partizan slang. Gen. Urrea near the smeiae.. This engagement Fancy Prints, Democratic do., Furniture do come mot known. Sith. is a of the State and resides in
lasted about half a s'orttime more Col Dr. Woodruff's Worm SpecificIs T R 4, N &. E. S4 acres. of South Carolina: '
asserts! that the President provoked the War, by invading ) Italian and Fancy Cravats, Lot No 3, frac Sc 21, 2. te Sate
he has become Morgan would have been compelled to have surrender Vienna do a safe and efficient remedy for Worms. Try it.- .. 2. I 21T2R4NfcESO I i te.foe Ordered, That the said defendant do 2
Mexican territory,-that : exceedingly else been cut to pieces But fortunately for him Maddrass do is good 1 the best, and cheap 3 the cheapest .. i. I 2lT2R4NtESO appear answer the complainant's on or before

jealous of the popularity acquired by old we heard of hi. situation, and sent him lii.lance. Gingham do I Mr.a Joseph Shipley of Muscogee Co, Ga.,says a it .. 5. 4. 21T2R4N&E,49.50a's.'I the third Monday in July next otherwise the same

MRoccH AJCD REATT,-and that he left him on the I which reached him just when the Mexicans had him Silk and Pongee Handkerchief, brought away 2 X)> Worms from a negro child belonging lt o.2T2R4N&.E,115acr'slying will be taken for cnte.and the matters thereof

banks of the Rio Grande. with insufficient means. 1 entirely su rrounded,and were about to make charge Cotton and Muslin do to him in a short time. in tbe bend of Miccosookie Lke.near the plantation deee i u further Ordered.

his the upon the command. Tbe cannon was again used to Union Mr John J. Little, of Wbite\"ie. Gvo, says I of Gov. Moseley. ,owner Tat copy of this order b published in some of
Many say, that the War was gotten up for ( the! great discomfort of the Mexicans They soon Blue Cottonaes. Shirtings, gave it in one case and away 5 Worms In SMITH SIMKINS. newspapers printed in the State, once a

President's)own particular"benefit and behoof"&.c. picke up their all and left Several of our men fell Fancy Stripe Drillings. another C4"e. it cured his negro woman of Tenia or Shff. and ex officio Tax Col.Jef.Co. week for four months consecutively.

Such is the disposition and determination of the in engagement Bohemia Plaids, Brown Habit Linen Tape H nn. December 5. 15-6 2 fm THOMAS -BALTZELL Judge.A .

Whigs, to find fault and wear that 40 nothing good I remain,respect full v, yours, ic 4-4 Georgia Osnaburgs, Mr. Thomas Boyd, of Cow eta Co., Geo., says Igave true copy : Teste,
W. S. McGEHEE. i and- j Lowell do it t a negro boy who was in bad health; it Sheriff Sale. C. G. FIFE Clei.
can come out of Nuaretb."that the small fry politicians Cot S. S. SlBLET.Tallahattfe. 4-4 English Long Cloth hrougbtaway immediately 3<; storms! He was son virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from Monticello. ., 16.t201 1847. 35 4m

immediately eatcJi tI.. theme and join vnanunoiuly Fa.MARRIED.. Linen- onaburgl. well and remains so up to this time BY the Clerk's office of the Superior Court for tbe Just Received.

in the unjvst an-i wholesale condemnation Brown Cottons, Januarv 1 lii7. County of Le n,Middle Dstric of Florida wherein .
Pike Co., Geo, July 12, 1846. dozen Bayley's new patent gold pen in ex-
.of the National Executive. Brown and Bleached Sheeting. .GIIJn! the Union Bank of plaintif.and Benjamin ONE .
Fine Sea Inland Shirtings, &.c., &.c., Dr. Woodruff Please forward immediately three F. Adm'r. of R. C. ,is defen- cases .
All these alegatiocs are not only untrue but they At Miccosookie, on the 6th instant, by the Rev. Apnl3.1S47. 37 dozen of your Worm Specific We have cal/o i Alen., levied upon ad Alen deeaed expose for sale, 1 dozen Washington Gold Pens,

are decidedly on-American, to make them in the F. H Rutledge, W. F. LLOYD Esq, of this City. daily. Stud it without delay RtptuUy. before the Court House door,wi the town of Mon- Steel Bad.Purse Rings, and Tassels,

spirit in which they are uttered Congress,declared I to Miss SARAH I). LEONARD the former place Groeriel.Java JNO. & icello, on the first Monday in May next within le- Steel for Bags

.he War to have been provoked by Mexico. So far I and Rio Cofee. T ALO Co., Geo, December 12, : gal hours,the following described property to wit: Shade Silk for Purses, fee..Gl Timbles.Head Ornaments -
--- --- trial of
-- made
I Loaf and r. Dr. WoodruT have recently your The South i of Sec. 11, ] Sudl. a great nriet
from Gen. Taylor being inadequately provided letters Ice-House. New Orleans brown do Worm Specific in a very bad case with the happiest The North i of Section 14, Fram. glass

from his own Camp, assert that he is abundantly near the Depot will be Ma'caoni. Olive Oil, effect I think more ol it than ever, and believe it TheEloftheSE4ofSec.lO }[ loT I. R 5 Sad E Elastic Bill-holders, Gold, Silver and Perforated 5

supplied with allmunitions: and stores and THE Ice-Hous from C to o'clock, after open the every lit of English Dairy Cheese, Pine Apple do will do in 99 cases in the IOO TheEioftheNE4ofSec.l5J Papers,20 gross assorted new Pens, Giot.,
mornng Windor ditto J. ROPER M. D. Also Tancers Map of MeXco.
Brown ,
,
that there.arc, atc ",<.13,000 men still under hm April pncc of Ice, 4 cents p
command on the line of the Grande and all accounts After that hour there will be Ice kept at JR Sperm Bar Candle Cidar, Buck and Drop Shot. to b sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias. I .. Texas, I
Fortune's Store during the balance of the day atC Lad. VineKr. IIE.TIEI I NEEDEDFor & SIMKINS Sheriff. '
be TiE 'UTI The Adopted Son, Wemyss Actor.
represent Monterey to absolutely unconquerable cents per pound Tickets are issued(or six poundsof ppl.l. &. & Darhca Griping Pain& and April 3, IS41. The Race in Kentucky, Ghost Stories,

whea garrisoned by American troops Here, Gen. Ice, which can be had at J. R Fortune's Store. LI cons, &c. Dysentery.Summer of The Quarter Peter the Brigand

T. YLoa WM adt d (cot commanded as might Those wishing Ice will save much trouble in ma- Champaign and Cognac Brandy, From the Ute lament Captain HOLMLB, Georgia Oadsden Ir.i Court. Di\orce Atonement Battle of Life by

have been done) to re ain on the dfen.ive-be- king change by getting tickets and sending them for Winchester Whiskey MOlongphal do Regiment. Wm. J. Baile. '.Adm'r debonvnon.) Dickens, St. Giles and St James Daniel Denisoo.

<*tue, be admitted that rloCurther useful demonstra the wilt Quantity! .of Ice they wuhtnget, a no credit Madeira and Claret BRAZOS ST. IAGo, July 21. 1846. with the will annexed" of A. Midnight Bell,SylvandreActe of Corinthby Dumas
given April 10, 18-. 33 Champaige Cider lamy. deceased. ,Fortescue by James Sheridan Knowles.
Then it would Dr M. Woodruff Dear Sir-I I owe you In Chancery.
lion could be made from that quarter Londflh Porter Scotch Ale, for not acknowledging before this the a aplog .. Blj Roman Traitor,by 1!. W. Hebert,Comic Wander-

plainly seem, there wa BO intention to do him injury Mastodon Cotton Seed Ducal Champaign Wine box of Dyntary which you had the Mary Rowles, Exe'x. of Joseph 'ne Jew, Lucretia Bauchamp.1

When it is asserted,;that the President unrightexrasly 1 fifi BUSHELS genuine Seed, $1 25 Sperm and Trio Oils, &.c., &c.,for sale byBETTON kindness your to me Cordia. for the use RO\'les.dec'd., e a!. ;
Iv/V/ HIGGS. sen to the satisfaction of the Court by Clark's Music Rhetoric
Boyd'e
declared the War toe his own selfish ends.our per bUlhel & of my corps.. T"T appealing Pimer.
BIRCHE i. LINDENBERCEU April 3. J841. 37Just I have found it a most valuable medicine, and only J. the affidavit filed with the original bill in this Ainsworth's Dictionary, Bennett's Book-
Whig friends must have read history to little profit April 10. 1 .33 Received. regret that I have not a supply of it.Venyer my case,that the said Mary Rowles,Executrix of Joseph keepingHnnter's abridged Piano Instinct,

*ot to have seen that they Lave said nothing nor- men hive followed the directon.tbe I Rowles, dec'd., resides beyond the limits of the Blair' Lectures, Flute Instructor,New York Readers.

they cannot claim even originality ia epithets The Barouch Wagon for Sale.A OTanges. S Catsups. bly foifd relief. We nfee are suffering Sate of Florida and in the State of Virginia, on roo- P. A. HAYWARD.March .

,Id anti-war federalists of 1 SI 2,said the same choice CONVENIENT Barouch Wagon with top'and Lmondll. Chocolate Oil. much torn Dysenlary. ouiooe by the "rftche too of the Solicitor for said complaint: RIM ordered 20. J847. 3*

*I things of JAMES MADII". The f\. tw atbY.lt on Eliptic Springs-it has do Peaches.. Lemon Syrup. water cAt Ic t have. their to drink, kealtk yew C.ia re.to With do the said and Mary answer Rowlea the original, Executrix bill as filed aforesaid in this, [\71STAR-S BALSAM .WILD CHERRY, for

Cure rntu the lime a double barepnce only. Apply to do London Porter. ring tnt "p. app should VV sale by LEWIS.AMES.February .
not
Btt an orgtn'of'thal! party a April 10. 1S47. 38 R. Pnu. J my sincre thanks your kindness, wishes to shew cause why the same b 20, 1847.
said:- FORTNE Albany Ale for ymt success, I am your obedient servant, revived.Vtc.,within four month.from the date of

.It it a war vneztaipled( i* the history of MesewZi Just Received Pickle.. Genes Four: : ISAAC HOLMES, Capt. Macon Guards. publication of this ofr. or tbe same and theo gi: Just Received 17 J. R. Fon.af.Per
and Cramberry be taken for confessed .
Quince Lf frh the above valuable medicines, nal in this
Sugr. A supply of cuse
COPIES
e454 ;wiadlftss tmxmfwi/y ptme o th mot frivolous 500 100 Southern Harmony HA Preserves; Current and I just revived and for sale by Lwi. .I Ames Drug $bi isfwthesordered. That a copy of this order Schrs. Radius and Boston,

U Harmonist.Headley'i Quince Jelly ; Salmonda. gull, fellahassee; by R. Manning.MMan-. published in some newspaper published in the CRUSHED AND POWBERED SUGAR.
Great 100 all. b
Every has been offered to "
proD June. for sale by Beard p. M. Micco- District once a week, O Soft Malaga Ramna.
Napoleon and hu Marshalls. Gnp ning toi Leon County; Jas. B. Mide o Forida. CO- .he1P Amol.
ua.. R. B. D. W. POST. Miccosookie for four Currant
"What p.c i if;it tnyoo if tLey be repealed LectoTeJ complete in two volumes, I sookiel Leon County ; S. F. Banter, ; tuly. mntl.
Lnes April 3, 1847. 37 3t SamuePuleston,Druggist,Monticello; James Hine, 1846.GEORGE Goshen Butter and Buckwheat Jr.No1 ,
(o in council) not, if TOO are sold to Aa/Nt- Antbo' Jacob'i Greek Reder, HAWKINS fcr fc Candles
o D. Baker Judge, Mackerel.Sperm
the who Flora's Interpreter, BBLS. Flour 2 casks Hams, Qnincyt Jha DniM.oGW ; S
you have by ilavti Frost's American Speaker Scented
25 and White
Soap.
r a bhen. P.M., Powers, Merchant A Atest. No.1
have abtuad your superior Indellible Ink 2 cask Sides, 1" Shoulders Cbtaoi ad trt'coP1. Sp. Fly.. fcc
Cain Le. Just and for sale & T. R. H..n. Sarcb,
MA- for tale by
MAaUr.M4maowi> : : >wAmtx.cTMr fcc br : 12 1546. 21 4m 24
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Palr. J i9t7. 37 December Januarys,
** PA. HAYWARD March 34. LLOYD April,
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t : For the porehase of'a, site aod the erection of a }'O salaries of thirty keeper o floating lights,' roary eighteen hundred and forty-seven twenty Law notice.BROCKENBROtGH E. BJLB2VABB, Jr., Ita JMffifcS 1.:

triL : rostonboae at i ia the Stales of Maine.to sixteen thousand dollars. tbeusaod dollsrs. TNFORMS his friend and the public *

'Ptt; be expended for the Mid purposeiudertbedirec. For seaiaen'* wages repair*. and supplies of thirty For contingent expenses, including strfionery & MAXWELL. iJL that he ha taken the store OD the corner DZ IS

; t" ; tion of the Secretary of the Treasury tea thousand floating light*. lJt.lun tbO six hundred blank books, ic. in the office of the SecoM Auid- of Monroe tad Two Hundred Foot Drag. fMkfae, Pibte,oifc,

jLr:: AilUre. Fur the purchase of tbn.oh of the and sixty-nine nc nnt: tor two hundred ar d ninety-five dollar IVM. H. BKOCKENBROUGH return to Florida streets nearly opposite the Court Hoot,' Toiltt Irtidn, rerfiacrr tt,
JF feuxtiing now flied a; a, cu"om.bO. Cuinf Fo weisJMnz. nK>oringcleanging, repairing and For compensation of two clerks in the office of the V V in time to attend all the Courts of the where may be found a general assortment 11Mn'Iasa
ml three! >-ioarlh of thr lot of)land on whih it stands, uppljingthe lo'_ ofbraron, oys, chain, and Fourth .\udior.at one thousand dollar peraanum Middle 'Cwtaod Jackson and Franklin Counties oigeoaine DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Every attention Pazirvus' izvawxs AxeAthecares' ..

: & w3 &. reIIafls.t .d bl&ns 10 expended sinker*, t\ lt -(O thousand three hun and two thousand dolUrs. in West Florida. B. A. M. will also attend the paid to orders of Physician aDd Planters- tila* Ware. *-,

t.I: : UJ t direction of th Secretary of the Treasury, seventy-one dollars and lorty-lbiee cent For appropriation of this sum for the ronpensa- Supreme and Federal Court Their time will be All articles warranted good quality late for coM. 9'HEabore constantly CIa haDe and for_
1 .leve% hure<. *. For expense ilot by superintendent in visiting tiers of the roetecrologtst-the 0am baviig been devoted rrc/ttnW/v to the legal fr ftniant and He has jut received a supply of SHERMAN'S, .1. lowest market II
, I C ro Nbrie* assistant t"uUtr.ol the United their l'.J.h es antulJaD examiningandreporting emitted by mistake in the enrr-lese&t of tie cull claims against the United States, for the attentive WORM, COUGH CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC

''. : sates, per act .tbe tilth -u.t. eighteen bun- t ( thousand dollars and diplomatic bill of the hrt session, two tociuand prosecution bf which arrangement have been madein 'OZENGES. valuable article, and the most agreeable -' We hare received by late arrivals )ve s4Cti J
: L. e red .lortr-cix.. eleven thousand fire hundred : dollars. Washiniton form of administering medicines. applies of IJrwp.NMnltnC> GWMe wSJ1
I i; .: : : lt.r..D For superintendents comniion, at two and a For deficiency in the appropriation for conpletiag March 13: 1S47. 34 SIDZRMAITS POOR MAX'S PLASTERS the' together with most of the popular pateatiwjS.

4 .;. chief cleric to the .tnt.. New half per c..tum. ninethou.nd eight hundred and the naps,specifications, and astronomical computation cheapest and best plaster ever offered to the publictor render cur assortment the largest and mo :
L York, who i.i hereby tuboru. 'appointed bf twelve dollars and eighty-two cent*. cf the line of boundary between the United Buggies fmr Sale. Rheumatism, Pains in the Back Side and Weak.' the State. AU of which we offer at the kwSoA

hI't t ;. him,and for wbow'ast a be responsible a't SURVEYORS OF PUBLIC LANDS. State and the British provinces six tbousjxi dol ONE fine Buggy with leather top for one or two ness, Sic pi left.

: : the rate of one thousand fire hundred dollars rIl For salary of a:assistant. !J1Ar..to have charge, lars. *, with single or double seat, spring Also DR. FOLGER'S OLOSAOXIAN or ALL-' July 23, 1844. 1 LEWIS It AQ
\1 f ." year, to commence on thf first day of hrh, ei i hund and fortj-teven, tw thousand *ix (late St. Helena,) under the direction and of such bui1dl8p as may be indispensably necessary Also one fine Buggy and Harness witbvwt b.. A.Um Bleeding at the Lnnn, Consumption Nlai -
Il ixty-.ix dollar! and xty-seven rent supervision r.f the surveyor-general of Louisiana. ,, for the ue of the Treasury Dpartment, the top. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE. and its kindred diseases. Pamphlets containing BARRELS FIRST RATE
.,1 For sbre of ten additional clerk, under act of one thouan-l dollars: Secretary( tie Treasury being be-eby authorizedto March 20. 1847. 35 certificates from persona in high standing revecting >., 40 For sale by MOLASStt

;',1 I; nxth eighteen handrtd and forty-wx, eight Forsahrt (fan a!i fant 5r'( t survey the obtain the fine, twenty-five hundred dollars per CoPartaenblp.TilE valuable effect,can be had gratis by ap. March 13. 15-17. 34 J. R. FOR1't1Q
i ,-.' I, tltcnnaod dolLirs.Foraxilitional. private cu in Florida, odfr'te direction sod annum to ccmmecce from the pLieage; of this act. p/yine as above.
'- salarie! of tlunn cf the mint supervision .,! the arveyor-geperal o Florida ODe Fcr repairs to the wharf at the Penitentiary, six undersigned have associated themselves to-. Tallahassee, January iO, l946.ATCIIAMBERS. t5tf PRINTSSPRING O LY. -
, in business, under the firm of BULL Si.PRETORIUS.
branch at Orleans thousand dollars hundred dollar
: : at Philadelphia! and mint e :
{ '. : .e-xleract of tie ,i,th A.?u!t, eighteen i hundred For pay of chaa-ltier marker,franr.Ttat ion, For settling the claims of the late republic of are now receiving and offer for sale a, }
.' .:' .i and forty-Mx i ,one thousand dollar provisions.; &.c., one thousand five hure dollars : Texas, according to pnncipl<-'cf justice and equity, choice and well selected assortment of Goods at the Tallahassee, January 6, 1547. STYLES 847.
I ,
! 1 : For compensation, <4 c., to special aMt to examine For*urve>iPTio addition lathe unexpended balance for disarming a of bxly Tf xan roor' under the command corner ol r Clinton and Monroe street, opposite the' Young A. Johnson
1 Blake
. :, : ; book*. accounts, 10 money! on hand, in the of former appropriations viz : of Colonel Snivcly ; and lor entering the customhouse Phteaix Building, and known as the corner, HN. Petition! for Wweformerly *. LEE & BREWSTER
.. 4 ;. several del itoru., the v t of the si.thu- For sarveyin; the public: lands, inCluding incidental at Brvjrlv ia&diiv, and takin: certainicood where I they will be pleased to see their old friends I DelIa h r .. J I '
II :. Krnteiehteea and 'fortv-six.TGve thousand expen*?*. to.b: apportioned to the several district thtretrom.a sum wit xccedmz thirtv thousand and all those who ale desirous of purchasing CHEAP Delila 44 CEDAR STREET NEW YORE
1! : dollars. hurt accordins to the exicenc of the public service dollars the account to b< settled by the proper GOODS. IN this case.it i*order that this bill be filed and I Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods,tbat

For the rep.ir of the pooca bri.!tee, to be I one !i jn red thousand dollars : accounting officers rf the Treasury Department. Theare prepared to MANUFACTURE, in the .1. that the same be set for final bearing on the first I have received, and are now exhibiting, at TBt tkr

,1 expended under the direction ct Commissioner. I I I For rjr.tnins the copter! regions ofMichcin.Wis : SEC.. 3. .fnd Ze it ffrth" s-totted, That the Secot latest and most fashionable! sttle, any garment that day of the next April Court for Leon County or so WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for 1"riI&W C.j,.
I
. .f : Uuilihn *, twenty-two hundred dolr.: i, Omin. acid I-iwa, with reference to CI e.-and retu the Treasury be instructed to pav tA, may ordered at their establishment, and will as. soon thereafterduring the term a* the same can be e<,.
'. 1. .. 1311 CDtin ent eaeo5ts, under the att cineraX a* a ra'e not exceeding six dollar per I Ritchie and lines cut ct anv money in the treasurv lure tbo who may patronize them, that they will heard: Provided That this order be published in 'CO OJLSS3!
collection, *afeeeptqz, transfer, disbJ7eiLetrthe toUr, f.f'\ thocjjad d illar : not etherwi apj-rnjiriatcd, the amount deductetl, endeavor) to ( satisfaction in every respect. one of the Tallahassee papers for the space of three ,

'a. : -. public revenue, of the ixth an jzuat. eighteen; I For detached sunrev in Missouri, at ante rot I bv,. the committees in the Senate and House cf Representatives Their assortment comrri>,in part,the following:: months before said final hearing. Comprising all the

*:1 :, hundred and forts.ictenthouanddoilts. exceeding; tVe dol l .i per r le.:on account of the ]f tom their ace Omits ti rendered for Snprrior French and English Broadcloths.Do. THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. New Sprintg Styles

t To em1-:- the"CUrk i.f the Hou- of Representatives difficulties in S'Jr e>inz lakes, anf$, &.C., four .I priatins uni'bed and deltrt-red previous to th. pas- I do. CASSIMEKS. Do. do. FANCY do.I'ESTLVGS. .' A true copy : Test i Of British, French and .fJNr a _Montrfactmi
; to paj fur the book furnished to the members Jt.fthe J i thousand mist hundred doliart : race of the rrin'It; bw now mopeiation. D. McRAENY, Clerk. which in ADDITION to their usual .trek.
'' : llsui.e;of Representatives of this Coazress, j I F"r s'i'e's .{ to'ts and villaes in Miisouri, Sic 4. .Indbt it further enadrd. That the third !! Sattin. Silk Trivet Cloth Woollen Telrtt do. By JOHX B. KECX, D. C. their assortment one cf the inert bentifol 1M,attractive .

s i i who hal not reitt tit: v.:. the order of the !J: named in the act twentixth May.eighteen hundreJ t I section of the act making arprc-pnationsfcr the'i'liI KE.iDY-M.1DE CLOTJlU.G.-Fine BlackEn : January 9. IS-l7. 25 3m in the city; and kavirgyw been pmbtse

':, i' Ilwse of the ? of la-t, and f.-r book ; aid tnenTj-faur, iniodmn; ofke rent, two and diplomatic expense* ot e Tenrri.ent for the year li.h and French Dress and Frock Coal, medium 701 CUI J.\D II liT
irnUh.,.. ur: .r for r re .. M tit to member* nf thousand d ;'isars : I ending thiililh s f June, .ne tboosj-.d! eight t.u'- quality do., French Caimer Sack Ceats.do.Tweed, TIN MANUFACTORY. Are offered CIEDJ7,
.:.\f";;" tnis House, seventv-ttM* ibou-juJ. tw hundred and Iij j Fi-rsut-1} .!!? in that part of Arkansas where. in dred and fortv.seven, and for other purposes, at'I j i IMack. Brown and Plaid do. Sartouts and Overcoats. by the piece or package en the Mmerm *
.e d>Jarj! ail 'fweal -"-'e' cents j II con *-vjr'c; of local aaracticn. the ordinary eonn |I rrored the tenth dav' ol .\ulJsr. one thousand eight j j i PANTALOONS of every d-riplion. Lirge a"ort- J. R.: FORTUNE, / at and below aano/actorers prices.

.. ;: For compilsn:. rnatmraad im.d-.nz; the Bieiiul a*s cannot t>e U5d. at a rUe not exceeding; euht- !hundred and fc.rli.bfand: the same ;* berth v, ';'; ment of VE
a "f: Reciter a'JJtit unexpended balance dollars per milf nine hundred doiiar-,: : r.vn-d ar.d cnntisiued-in force for the n-cal tear Cravats* r .. .1 ... (ormerarnpriaticns; one thou&tnd dollar. j fcrrt\&lzthe i,laa.l* in the Mississippi:, Ar-i! cn-iin: the hirtt-ih: Jute, one thousand ceht hua- ': Stocks, Opera Ties, Suspenders, Satin Scarfs, tc., takes this method cf informing the public that be tbe n win themselves of the state of I
. ii- To tm bjr e the -caners toe principal specie Whir. I.. Black, and t Franci, and de- j dred and tarry emht. I j I &cc.. J. B. BULL. will keep constantly on hand at the hop oppositehis market if and be well repaid for an examination i
t a.. ralueofloai oSre and tinal settlement ccru ate i tached fra-ti ."" fown"bips i in Arkansas at a rate ) .\PPRon.D.)1.JrcI. :, 151;. I I I November 21. 1*I I'3. 34! J. PRETORIUS. store a large assortment o(all tie varieties of even L. A. B.they have do oct pnrcbase-

t which! nay ba prwd'J-eJ and .Uhlilte the sum of ; riot excftdmz] !11 dollars per mile,tLre thousand, Tin aod other articles usually kept in his line of, fCUhItadTaot5gesfOrexeCUtingo -
den for which
1 five thousand dollar- of.:. dollars : i ii Uppcr. Suwaiinve Springs prints, are respectfully elicited.
!; PDrwtd n par State Tax Collector's ihr. business. lie will also be prepared to furnish any
t the sum s'i aj'pp>i>riitwl to carried to the sur- |i For survs at aurasr.tedraesL'uiiauasiateen j I ; LEE & BREWSTER,
.hal tirluent the |(ntir tested in mebj l l.v, I willt'xpoe EAST }LCtRWo1illlTJlE Merchant in the country Tin-ware at as low price
fund, ai in nrdinary ca,e but hail sii>- thomw.d ".x ha-ir-5 ad tiinetv dollars:: ; BY
; 44 Cedar
::1; pl-n remain for ale, before the Court hlou.e door, in subscriber tikes this method of in- a* they can get it (rom the North; and'begs them to Street.
I i,4 jtct to the direction '/the accounting o f the f For vi veit,: th. pu'ic: land in the Stated II the cm of TIahas-t-c!! rour.lv f,1 Leon, on the first hi* friend and the public that call and examine for themselves. There is an object January 23,1547. 27 tl2S
C that from Louixiana t the liabilities of ;; i :
. ) to meet the claims may arise i meet the Surveyor
Trrnury I IIGeneui' Monday in Junexf! th* following I in having it here as it will be free froo damage
taken lease the above establishment
or so a r>i
i. .;1 amount time to of time interest: .fnd be .Lowed pro idM on,the That said ro creater i j eiecoTiot.tw ot!>..Tj.one e. on. contract thousand now dollars in :tie course of : tr.uch thereof will pay th* .- State and ptonertt Cour.tv tax on for a term of j ears,and will be prepared accommodate which it usually gets by shipping. B j the last Arrivals] from New Y'rtTE ,

; fp than would hare bee allowed had they been erlfcate funded j i INTERCOrK: WITH FOREIGN NATIONS the same for. the year Ifc4 : I I all who may favor him with their pat. GE5EIAL 1SSOITIEXT OF TH-WIRE. have received a very superior style of

t: under the art of th .f'.rh Aujuft, seventeen j Fcr sslari's of msr.uter to Great Britain Frarce .Lots No, 37.'Hs! 3Joririnal t rhn.andl ronaze. As regards the mineral qualities of the water I doz Furnaces such a* every family ought to >Y French Black Cloth,
north addition
c '4| the cm j
.j hundred aM nire' I Rucia, Pri-si', < 'ain, Mexico! and Brazil, sixtyj I to ol Tallahassee, purporting they cannot be surpassed by any watering place have Sugar Dipper, Sugar Skimmers, Oil Cans I Superior Style \VooI-dje Cloth
to .
t.5 I belcrig Davenport.A. America. The Spring will be opened by the first Counter Scales Zinc for Stoves &c.
For fjrniture for the ton-hou-e at Boston, j thre thousand; dollars : Bottle
, :f twenty-live tbonurid dollars. j Fcr salaries of secretaries of legation to the same A' FIShIER Sheriff : da March. Charges will be moderate, and everyattention Sheet Iron for making Stove Pipes, Green French u
t s. For'aanaal 1 repairs nf the Capitol : lamp libter places to-jrteen thousand dollars : and fr ofhno. Tax Col for Leon Cuuntv. will be paid to the comfort cf all who may Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of Buildings Olive Brown "
December 2'j 1 MO rom-
,
: oil for lamp \.ic. aDd repairs ot lamps| and lamp j For siUry r.f a minuter resident to TurVev, six i3 favor him with their company. The subscriber is and put up at short notice, either in the. city Coffee Brown ** *4
post* ; aUe on furnaces of the cry pt; attendance thotia d.-iar! *: Slate Tax Collet-tor's Sale. provided with good and faithful servant,fine stable country. JALJO. ,

:r4 on water clcct : (;4anin. the rotunda and i For salary of a dr ;onan to the legation to Kur- BY tirtue cf the power vested! in me t bv law, I and attentive hostlers. ALSO, a new invention for draining Sugar,which Cnasimrres or tbe latest Style.

fjr.; crypt ; brube and bIOIM; *.>e for sale, en the fourth Monday in Invalids laboring under the following disease Dayrest will drain it for market in two days, and begs the READY MADE
l..athr. nail*. *t r'Durt. Itru. for j I For c'larne ds to Portugal I, Au'- Ausru t next, b- fore the dor r of the Court House, at assured the Springs will effect for Satin a per, planters to call and examine. CL011JL G.
k;..:(. I Jund spent a-Le.1hl.; lice, an-1 pluter, ff grounds, 1 i tria, l ntJit, Sweden, 'af.ir. Belgium Chili; Koch'* Bluff, in the county of Washington State of manent cure: Dispepsia, Diabetu-t, Prolapsus Utera : 20 patent Well and Cistern single and double Rod { } Call and purchase those who want good barrxuM..
:1
-.* 4. tre. aUen I{ at the. w tern gates ot the Capi- Peru. New (;r*>nicnbed laid, or so much f all kinds of Scrofula,Scald Iliad Tetter and the n- Pumps, well adapted to plantation use. BULL ft. PRATORIUS.
tol.! e u.!:\\lclab't the northwestern gate and B.u nV Avrti, fly-eight ,, five hundred thereof a" willi j ay the State and County taxes due, j! nuns painful disorders of this cJa 5. March 6, 1 S4 7. 33 Januarys 1547. 24CHARLES
cf the Capitol l, repsis le. fla fin;. and enclosures dollar: f on the same for the tear 1"<11 : The Dancing Saloon will be in readiness for all
in order that (') iJft'cI hinif in Holmes'V.llet, who are fond of this graceful and pleasing exercise. ARCHERs
S : keeping iron pipe convey j For contingent "\;) n,S fall the mission abroad, purporting to SANDS' SARSAPARILLA
( 4. the water totheCapitsl public oSces; for repairs thirty thou-and djlUr: belong to the estate of A. B. Blackw'ell.Also1 FRANCIS A. HUSON. STANDS at Tallahassee the planta-

j.'! cfthfe western front of the Capitol; to prevent the For contingent"t.\penej of foreign intercourse, ,) acres, lying i.-i Holmes' Valley, purport .February. 27, 15-1i 323m FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE : Col. Mitchell, in Thomas
?.. crackin; of( the \.al ovr the windows in the baet. I thirtv thjuiji'l. 3-.lbrs jog to belong to G. S,.et. The Journal-, Tallahassee, .Advertiser" OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM A> ..countyGeorgia &3, 8IO and 913.

t. : ment ilor: to necessary repairs of the southern For iUrA the consul at London, two thousand Also, '.*'*) acres purporting to belong to the estate, A palachicola,"TimH." Columbus," Whip"Griffic IMPURE STATE Of' THE BLOODOR February 2O, 1S47. 31
,'...' *." ): ot the br..-.e acrot* 1'nnH Ivauia avenue dollar ; of Jo'epli M- White, and Ivinir f>n Sit. Andrew's Bay. Flag & Advertiser," Montgomery wilt pleasecopyonce HABIT OF THE SYSTEM -

'. -1 .... : and Second tt red, oier TiVr crtl'; new basin at j i For clerk-hir, office rent, ar.d ether expenses cf Also, ]161 ((-. l>irc on the head of St. .Andrew's a week for three months, end one paper containing VIZ : last Received.

.?. i .C- : fountain and rej'*inrz j. ,: bo\elling gaow the ctlicecl the consul of the United State at Lon- Bay near McCoimick', purporting to belong to-..-, the notice, and their bills for the same as Scrofula or Kingt En !, Rheumatism OottinateCufaneout A FEW more copies of Headley's Napoleon tad
:. > snd woo'J'n. s'es, rdener"s salary ten thousand don, two tliou.ad tiht t"jnJrt.dollars: ; Cell in*. above. Eruption,Pimplet or Pustule, on Me his Marshall*. Also, a fine Guitar, for sale bj

*'. ;A .r !' three hu&iired and cuLt i" >-one dulUr and fifty | For expense wl e with the Barbary JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff Notice. Face, Blotches, Bun, Cltron Sere Eye, Ring January 9, 1S47. 25 P. A. hAY WARD.WI .

*. : c nt."f j powers, ten jii-and. dollar ; and rx officio Tax Col. Washington Co. months afterdate, I shall present final ac- IVort or Teller Scald Head,Enlargement and :Da.wiT]

: i tailing upani relaxing the floor cf the Senates i\ For ..I.r: '4 .rotnrois-ioner to the Sandwich Island February i>0. 1 l"l._ ____31 CmAMIIMMIC.VIS SIX and vouchers to the lion. Judge my of Probate Pain of the Bones and Joint, Stubborn Liter., Attorney at Law, ,
t ?" I cbabr, to inrese the tiumber dents, c kin; *. three lu"U ai.-idu2ar4! : TO THC in and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for Syphilitic Symptoms, Sciatica or Lumbago and
j h. ? fr -p&of ai.J entiiatii: apparatus j For ii.ttrj-ri-ter, ;'JI *, and other expense of the I CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,' I a discharge Administrator of the estate of ClementW. Diseatft arum"*from an injudicious ute of Mercury Monlitt1lo, Jefftnon County, Fliridt,

:, .t j I and other \ork. the sum of t'jur tL'usarid eight bun.I consulates at C<>i.,.t. rjtino{lle.> Sicyrna, arid Alexan- I'R..pJlElJA1\D AGREED TO BY TH E SECOND C.EX- Stephens, late of said Count v,deceased. ,Ateitet or Dropsy, Exposure or Imprudence' WII.L attend the Circuit Court of the Middle
sired and 1"ent"\'-nx dollar I j dna, oie thou-und.! ve dollar; LRAL AmF.SIBT ; SCBJECT TO THE ACTION JAMES GADSDEN. in Life. Jllso. Chronu Constitutional Disorder and of the County ot Columbia of the

.z..;' *. { For pam*nt cf b.ll: ot John S'&irrin( for extra J t For *.ijrv. (! :ron.i.-iitiiontr i to reside in China, Of THE NEXT GENERAL .UIE BLY. Monticello, January Iii.; is-i;. &J 6raIVotice. fillS preparation is a combination hitherto un- Eastern Circuit Flerida.
';-. 1. work dine i: the Capitol during; the ear eighteen five thou-iiid d->:lu; : in the history of Medine, differing entirely Monticello, August 22, 1545. S
'it| '* *. \ hundred and f.:)-*.\, three hundred and twenty-j II F'>r .uarv 'I *,crtarj to (coramHiioner to reside ,.1/, ..frto to amend the Conntilutum of thin State in its cba'aclerlOO operation from the various -

one dollar and tiht, -!\\ ceut*. in Chitia, .r.d CI.we". iiiterpriter, two thousand five a,'to extend to all free tchile male inhabitant, SIX ncnths after date I shall present tr.y account' preparations Sarsaparilla which have beenat M. D. PAPY
sJ <, *" ( Foranrual. repair of Pre>i<2ent'* house; gardenj hundred dollar. ; ; l ft/i% citizens of the United State, teho thali voucher, and apply to the Hf-n. Ju le of different times offered to the public. It act specifically ,
: L .1' *ali'-> lal 3rer and cartage ; tool, wire, twine, I II I And al"o to make up the difference between tie fttte resided icitftin this State one year the eleclieefianeJiifC. Probate of Leon County for letters of dismission a* upon the whole system thereby bringing it JUSITXTILL &1YY

,' C. lather, nail..ohlqi, straw .lor plant. and. oil. for salarvf. ai.l n-cretarv, and bat of a charge d'af- Administratrix on the estate of Granville. Sheppard uDder its direct and immediate influence. Alt hooch Practice in all the Courts in the Middle
I.mr' ; ..M.A n>1 ? t 4'' trTts" I. V rnnrtfj kv tJtf *, 1:0,_ ntA PountT rrased. sessed of
A.r o Xmnlf pos powerful healing effects. yet it i is enauvt TT
kfiaunfain Circuit. Office the first the
fence I floor of
for House on Cap
Fayettejuarc ; rej.iir* ...juare chare J'af.ir, three tho ::: t I zdrseue, j-Jire' and President garden, three I thereof' as ma be necesary for that purt'ose, the ride in General .Isttmbly convened. That the first January 23, 1S47 27 Cm icate constitution. When in perfect health no effect itol,South wing room formerly occupied by the
thousand three hundred d uineh-Ihree dollar Secretary of the"
au> and clause of the sixth i article of Territory.
allowed the
comi>eiisativn herein to be in lull for the Constitution he soar is its increase
.t produced by use an of
; :, twent3jve cer,' r N oUce. except appetite November 15. 15-15. 17
services of tbs said secretary as acting charge d'af tndtd as follows, viz : Every free white male person ; but when disease is seared in the frame and
''L For tbecmllftilnoftbe new marine hospital of fain of the L'rutrd States in China ol the cf SIX month after date I shall present my final ac-
down to the arrival age twentt-one tears and upward,and carrying fast its victim along the path of life then JOHN
ERSKINE
: the United SttM n' w building in New Orleans in who shall and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate ,
.! of A. II. Everett at Canton ; and for all other be, at the time of offering to vote a citizen its mysterious influence is felt and it enkindles
; ,. the Stale Louiiiana.-to be eJJfde under the super public: ser'kes rendered at any previous period, to of the United States, and who shall have resided ;in and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for a new life, and vigor and brings health seen ;aDd strengthto ATTORNEY AT LAW,
intendenceof the Treasury, twen discharge as Administratrix of the estate of William
and had his
the government of the United State-or to arisofficer, habitation dt.micil, home and place of the suffering and diseased. Qnlncy, Florida.IILL .
i .. =.. ty-one thousand lix'-hur.dreJ and ninety-six dollars. agent or citi/.en thereof in the capacity of interpreter permanent abode in Florida'for one sear next preceding II. Smith, late of said County, deceased. .* T UTH i* SrmAifcrm THA Ficnox."-LET \ attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsdm
For the con4tr4ction of cuitora-houte in i
the ELIZABETH
a K. SMITH.
L Ir4nslator, or otherwise. the election at which he shall offer to vote, THE FACT SPEAK FOR THUCSELVIS.-The follow V 1Y County, the Circuit Court of Middle Florida.
w.p city of New Orleans: to be erected on a square of Fcr tie relief arid and who shall, at time and Jefferson County October :31, 154'l. 158m
of suds six
for
protection American seamen months iranediatelv i ing certificate i is only another link in the neat chainof I and the Court ia the adjacent Counties of Geoncia-
; z ground o which stands the building now u;as acu.lor..Ios in for"ian countries eventy-Cve thousand dollars ; I preceding aid time, hate had his habitation Notice. testimony to its merit Let the afflicted read and November 22, 15-15. 13 tf
said the land in (
in the
city on For < utfit of a minister to Mexico, nine thousand domicil, home and place cf permanent abode, months be convinced. What it hu done Sentinel
t* custoDi'house embraced within the public I SIX after the publication of this notice, I once it will doagain. : copy.
|uare dollar in the county in "* hid he
\". : I ma offer to vote, shall be appl to I he Honorable James M.Gilcbrist .
road Cuktorn'houjc. Canal, and Genoi's street, on SEC. 2. And It it furthtr deemed a qualified) voter at all election NATHANIEL HAMUN
I condition that the authorities of enacted That the fol under this Jude ol Probate for Gadsden County for letter of CHABLESTOWJV, Mass., Sept. 23d, 1S45. ,
? -i and corporate to the United States,sid cityt4 I lowing feum be, and the same are hereby appropriated Constitution; and none others, except in elections by lmh."ion as Administrator from the estate of SusanS. This may certify that my son, now aged seventeen Factor and Coramiiiien lereiant,
relinquish convey an abs for the of the I Kener.l ticket in the Slate
trnce year ending the thirtieth or District prescribed I hj' Such, has been for ten years afflicted with the scrofulous
b. lute and unconditional title in, and to such portion Junt,ciI'ec-n hundred and fortv-seven, under the iaw in winch cases, the elector m, st have been a decea..ced.R.. L. EDMONDS Adm'r. humor. At the age seven years he had the measles NEW-ORLEANS.

;;e,3* of said' ground, as may in the opinion of the Sccrefa- follow iu: head, six : For contingent fund of' the resident of the State one sear next preceding the Quincy December 12, I s.Jij. 218m which probably caused this humor to make its appearance Col. Wx. BAILEY. Jefferson Co.)
$ ? ry of the Treasury b necessary and expedient forte Senate, to enable its Secretary to comply with their (!'Cli ,n,an" six m ohms vMthm the election district in a most singular way covering his body JAS. KIKKSET, Esq., Tallahassee. > 1 flxrzzxaecxs.

f f' *. : 't" erection and use such custom-house ; and so resolutions (pas<- -d February eighteenth, and February ill which he offers t., tote 1'ioriJfil, That no sol LAND SALES.TN from his head to his feet with small tumors. I consulted D. Lion, Esq., Newport. J
soon as said r relinquishment and conveyance is made, twt.ielh: fc.r the slier, seaman 01 marine in the .
,. I : i.urchas'o1certain books therein regular Arm or Navy a Doctor of }Medicine and be examined him February 6,1S47. 29if.
s .. I Itale that then, and in that cu the Unito named, (ort\-fi'e thousand dollars. of the United States, unless t.e'f.'re a qualified elector pursuance of legal authority, the subscriber will three days in succession, and not understanding his
s rel.u the said city of New Orlen", I For additional *uarv to the surveyor general of of this State I'rctiutM to hill enlistment as such _L offer for sale at public auction, at the Court Houseof case,advised me to consult Dr.Roger*,of New York, in.Commiuioa MARTIN,
l claim on their part to tl-e residue of the ground included Winronsin and 'Iowa soldier, seaman in the Madison County, between the hours of ten and
C from first of Julv, eighteen or marine Regular Army or I then being a resident of that city. After a long and Forwarding Xerthut
within aid juare, one liundied thousanddollars. hundred and Navy of the Unititl State, two o'clock, on the 13th day day ot MAY next the ,
lvriv-ix, to the thirtieth June, eighteen rr of the revenue service, and critical examination, having more than thirty
4... t., L'4. .. laundecJ and foitv-seven, five hundred d lhu. shall he con-idcted a reti Unt of the S'ate in consequence following tracts of' land, to wit : other medical geptlemu with him at the same time, 104 Poydras street,
'L. P '*r>il **\*rto the rurrc,ui e"1CI.t l of of being stationed within the same. The S E 4 of Section 23, ") he pronounced it Scrofula, or King's Evil. The NE\V-ORLEANS. LA.
;. three Vlctric of Colombia, even Arkansasj from fast July, eighteen hundred and I't.sed Senate, December 1, 1 S4r.. The S W I of Section, I In Township No. 1, child was then prescribed for,and commenced BUYING, SELLING, RECEIVING, AND FOR"

f. :.. ad eighty-nine dollars, and forty-six fort!- ix, to the Iliiitnth June, eighteen hundred D. If. M\YS, President Senate. The N W j of Section 25. f Range No. 7, S & E. medical drugs from that time. He grew worse taking until attended to with promptnejs.XLErEKS .

; .d.. cen Fur the and and furr,-t\'n, five hundred dollars. II. AncurR, Secretary Senate. The N E 4 of Section 20. J I June of 1837, and then his bones bi .ame affected inconsequence TO
.5 completing paving improvement of For salary to the district judze of Texas from Passed Houe, December 16, l 1I Ii. The E | of Seclion l.Townslip I.R 5, S& E. of the mercury that had been given him. Jjro. W. AECTLX, LATHAM &. BAAX.T,

:; S the Pennsylvania Topographical avenue Engineer, agreeably, made to at the the estimate lut of twenty-ninth! May, eighteen hundred and fort)-six, ROBERT HROU N, Speaker Ho. Reps. The W i of Section 6, 1, R 9, A piece of bone came away from his under-jaw in A. Bcrrwicx, S. S. SratxT.

tion of Congress, sixteen thousand dollars. .e".1 j to the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and forty- M. D. PAPT, Clctk..In On the ISth day of MAY, at the Court House of the first place as large a* an English walnut a piece December 5, 1946. 20
: seven, two thousand one hundred and eighty dollarsan Jefferson County, the following tracts will be offered from his forehead large
as
For and : as a sixpence, and a piece
: of SCHOOL
clothing BOOKS .
LF support j I .let to Ac.TUST
mPicllreatment
insane thirty (N.t nmcnil the Conttitntion of this State tont for sale, viz : from near the crown of lib head. It then went to
pauper_of the Distic Columlia, ffe | For salaries of the district attorney and marshal to make the sessions of the General Atsemblv. The W i of Sec 13, i the back and side, and discharged in three places. received per Pampero, Thompson's Sends

'C. :. inouanoseven For the execution nurtured of dollar historical for the ofTe\a, from the twenty-ninth May: eighteen hun biennial intttntt of annual. The E J of Sec 14, > In Town 1 S,Rang* 5. East. From thence to one of his limbs separating in con a J school edition, 1 doz. Antbon's Latin GrafflBan,
: rotnndo of the an William painting dred and 'lorty-six, tothe thirtieth June, eighteen SECTION 1. lie it enaetetl ty the Senate and The SJ of Sec 31, ) I sequence of the ulceration, the muscles and cord Fishe's Greek Grammar. Valpj's Greek Grammar.
in
E r: place of the otic Capitol contracted, by for is.tb! Henry I. I'owell Inman, hundred and forly-wven, four hundred and thirty- fit]>re,'ntaficei of the Stale of Flor'vlain The N i of Section 6, Town 2, Range 5, S & EOn from the bones of the ankle joint on the back part.- Eton Latin Grammar,Mrs. Lincoln's Botany.
aimS dollars and lvtnfvix, cents. Ceneral.1rinbly cv/ieeneJ, That the second the 25th He had at one time fifteen Davie's Surveying, Key' aM Cubical Blocks tr
4t of MAY
::. deceased, uuder the joint resolution of the day at the Court House of running sores or issues
twenty- tor silarics of the a**: tant; trreasurers New clause of the fourth article of the Constitution of from the Smith's new Arithmetic,
at Gadsden the glans of the throat and those I
third of June, ei htven and County, following tracts will be offered places have
t'y :' thousand dollar; and hundrt thirty-sixsix York, Boston, Charleston, and St. Louis, from sixth this Stale be so attended as to read at follows, viz : for sale viz : mentioned. In 1840. in Portsmouth N. H., McGufTej's Eclectic Spelling Books,
;: .;'ua I. hereby directed ;to contract Library with the said William arc Aui:ist, eighteen hundred and -rty-six to the thirtieth 2d. The members ol' the House of Representative In Township 3 North, Range 3 West. and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever which Same's elements of Criticism,

o .- Powell execute the said paitin the June eighteen: hundred and fortv-seven, ten shall be chosen by the qualified totei, and shall Fractional Section 5, All of Section IS, settled in one of his hips, which swelled as large as An elTa Reader. No*. 1,2,3.4.
1. I. a* were t made with the said Inman.on same thnuvind three hundred and seventy-five dollars. serve for the term of two tear, from and after the All of Section 7, All of 22, three of the other. Being under Medical treatment Cooper's Virgil, Smiler'g Arithmetic,
".
'. & ts For salaries of ten additional clerks, from sixth day of the first election under the amended Consti him Juvenile Drawing Books. Oxford Drawing Boor
To pay Srann Palmer for work executed tution S i Jt N W 4 Sec 8, All of" 23, they gave laudanum until be lost his reason.
.,; : them al Twin Island, on the Ohio above by Aujust, eighteen hundred and forty-six, to the thirtieth and no lonsrtr; and the session of the Gen- All of Section 15, All of" 24. Then I became alarmed, and sent for a Thomsonian. Episcopal Sunday School Books JLc.
o : '. ;: the falls, six thousand four buudred River and June, eighteen hundred and forty-seven seven era! Assembly thai] be biennial, and commence on AlIof" 17, His medicine helped his hip and resored his reason. ALSO-Cooper'?, Macomb's Military Tactic,
J nine and seventy- thousand two hundrtd and seventeea dollars and the fourth Monday in November, in each and every In The third time he was attacked with this fever in Jeffrey's Essays, Lanetcn Parsonage,
tweuU-five Provided The 2 North
dolan cent: thirty-ume cent second or at such other Township Range 4 West Doctrinal
year M1U47
be Tracts Almanac
limes Sword's
all 1S42 when Episcopal
}. firt by I may pres All of Section 17, I All hearing of Dr. Sands' jSanaparilla
\ aceunt Itled tl proper accounting For additional salaries cribcd by law. of Section 30. Brown's
treasurers of the mint Concordance
at
I being that ,
officer of the Fractional perect1ysatiJ5ed all other medicines had
Treasury Section
29 |
: a' ,
"I : To make Department-in I Philadelphia and branch mint at New Orleans, from Sec. Beit fuitherenacted. That the third clauseof failed effecting cure. I sent and bot Rave's and Osbome's best Paint.
of sick gnod and a disabled deficiency seamen the twelve fund for the relief sixth August,eighteen hundred and forty-six the the fourth article of (the Constitution amended On the 31st day of MAY, at the Court House of ties, and by the time be had taken it procured all I considered Camels Hair Pencil*. No.1, Saucers of Color
'. .'5 dollar thousand thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and fort j-seven, BO tint the "arnc "hall l| ree.1 l M follows: 3d. That the Jackson County, the following tract will be offered him well. Those place healed-he became bri hand Gold Pens. Extension Point*. Velvet Bead BafV
: -L .. nine hundred and two dollar and Repre-sentatives shall be chosen the for ale. viz : with
For fur thousand ( seventeen cent : on first Monday lively- color came to his face and clasp New games of Card* ia great varierj
' and payment one of the copies of the scv.etith Protiditl, That the s. !larie. of the assistant treasurer in the month of October, in each and every second fn Township 5 North, Range 11 West that time till the Fall of 1S44 his lip*-from tc.. for sale by P. A. HATWAKlK
eighth v.luux. statutes at large of and their the additional year, from and after the first election AllofSection I. S I& NV complaint never
.I'. the State, thousand clerks salaries of the under this a- I, aDd troubled him. At that time he became deaf which February 27, 1S47. 33
mended
Unite seven dular. treasurers nf the mint shall commen'e only from the Constitution, or on such ether day as may S land EhfSec2, WjofNE4, continued until last March when his ,
; the publication of of the day on which they respectively ent.red'upon the be directed by law. S K l of Section 3, Section 21. affected right eye be- DR. HULL'SWORM
:- exploring expedition, the printing of the discharge of the duties of their several officers. Sec. 3. Be'itfurlhtr enacted. Thai the fifth clause N i of" .. S \V l of Section 2-2. came of ; from that to the left eye,eon- ng the
the
J \ chart*, the pay of the scientific corps, salary of the of the aforesaid article sight eye so that he was in a great measure
For b
n' the renewal of diplomatic intercourse with >> to amended to read W6..WlofNEI' ) Siof '
. a* a* 23,
. deprived (
:j,1 thousand horticulturaltsf dollar, and care of the collection, Gltt-en Mexico with a view to the termination of ho tili- I follow, viz: The Senators shall bu chosen by the AndWlofSE4, > SI&NW1Sec24, Knowing o sight.that Sands' Sarsaparilla the [ : LOZENGES!

;. tie in the event that the government of thft repub qualified elector, for the term <>f f"r.r: )tears at the Section (. ) AU of Section 25. medicine that had wa only
: For refunding certain duties collected under the ever done him good, I applied
"vt t lic shall con.etil to enter negotiations, panic time, in the samp manner, and in the All of Section i. All CJr u any
upon fifty same 26
1. : act of thirtieth August eighteen hundred and foity- thousand dollars. place where t thej 'ute for SWI.WiofSE to Mr. Fowle Apothecary, at Boston for more. He /CHILDREN will cry for Dr. Hull's Worm If-
member
t of the House of All of
two, entitled "At. act to provide revenue from 21. has taken fifteen dollars worth which 'has removed \J enges. Only read what this medicine has tout
I imports l'iroutfitvfcharge d'affaires Representative( and) Section
Io Peru, (our thousand ; no person shall he a Senator Em. Allot ii
, 'ei ', and to change e and modify existing laws imposing five hundred dollars. unless he be a white lain, a citizen of the United C I 01 S W .1. See 9. AU of 28. the humor from his eyes and hearing and he now YoaxYiiAr, Gibson Co. Tenn. Dec.21,13k
: duties on imports, and for other 29. appears to be cured, and radically so. I verily be. Dr. C. E. HULL *
: purposes For outstanding claims for the late mission to States,and shall have uMi inhabitant of this State N W I of a' W, Allot :-Sump months since you
r ': :, contrary to the terms of the treaty of commerce aDd China, to be settled by the Secretary of State for two }cars next I' Tedinj his election, and the NWxSF.lc.Secl, Allv 30, lieve all this latter trouble might have been avoided left with me for sale what he considered a large supply

, 'a.. .. navigatiou of the first' May eighteen hundred and principles of equity and justice, a sum not exceeding upon. last tear a resident of |he district or county for which E4oINW4, h4. Allof 31.32. i if I had continued thnrougly the use of the Sarsaparilla i of your Worm Lozenges,but I have scJd all o" rand
,4 ,. ; twenty-eight.between Prussia and the United States, ; seven thousand seven hundred dollars. he shall be chcwen. ar.d shall have attained the 16 of Section 15, AU of when he was under its influence the first time. could have sold three times as many more,had I
: ; twenty-five thousand dolar. For in the of twenty-five years. age AU If" 33. These are the simple statements of the facts of the been supplied to that amout.t. I hope yea wiflimi*
tt. deficiency appropriations for the salary 17, Allot 'I
,.. .: : For refunding coll.-cted under the of the Me commissioner to the Sandwich islands, Sec. \. Beit fitrthir enacted That the sixth clause All 0( 18, Allot .' 35 34, case, and I feel it my duty to make those facts known struct agent to leave a much greater apf'J'
to the the rut
,.'. tariff act of eighteen hundred and of the public for benefit of those who be when ia "J
forty-two abovementioned aforesaid article be Allor. may this again. Their se
. four thousand two hundred and eighty dollar and so unended a* to read as 19, All of 36. afflicted in like way
, contrary to the terms of the treaty of thirty.thfee cents follows, viz: The classification .f Senator, M madeat All of" 20. manner: feeling a full conviction the family has been of gmett eoefit. Edward ?MiCorck

b":: twentieth December,eighteen hundred and twenty 'Fo"r ileficiency of appropriation for repairs of the first session of the GenenP Assembly held in In Township 4 North,'Rang! 7 Wet, cure invaluable has been medicine.effected solely from the effect of this Esq. gave some to a child of his, four year* old, *
even, between the Hanseatic: Republics of PeniKivlvania the year 1S45, hall continue Fractional Section 14 I the first dose brought away thirty w forty wore-
se. ; t- Lube avenue, ore thousand nine hundred unchanged ; one half Fractional Section 24.
t I (.', Bremen thousand, and dollars.5 Hamburg' and Unite State fve and fifteen dollar and twentv-nine cents of whom, as nearly as possible sha'J be chosen forever All of 23. I I I. Suffolk HANNAH W. BECK 229 Main .. Mr. William McDaniel had a ehik whom the ptysicians >

.. For deficiency of former appropriations for article hereafter biennially for the term of four years : In T 3 N, R 9 W. All of Section 18. sonally u. Boston October 19-6.-Then per- pronounced incurable, and said it w aM *
For UGHT-HOUSK ESTABLISHMENT. furnithed for the New York cutom-hou. by Provided, however and it i i. hereby declared. that In T 5 N, R10 Went. N i and S W Land E i of r and made appeared solemn the oath above named Hannah W. Beck. but the child was cured by using Dr. H ll<* w m
supplying light-house, containjg! two thousand Wenman and Wyckaff,five hunderd and thirty-three the term of office of that class of Senator unexpired SE4.SecG. Allot Section 14. her subscribed and that the above certificate, by Lozenges. Your, truly.
, five hundred and ninety-four lamp*, with oil, dollars and eighty-six cents. at the first election under the amended Constitution These land, selected (or the State many I statements therein contained, STEPHEN WNW-
I lobe, glasses, wick, buff-.kin, whiting and cotton For shall extend to and since and in years are true. Before me, Price 25 cents box.
cloth extra clerk hire and copying in the office of expire on, the first Monday lying agreeable neighborhood, are JAMES per
trarspationa and other expenses on the the Secretary of State, including preparing indices in October, eighteen hundred and fifty. : very valuable. For further RICE, Justice of the Peace. A fresh supply just received by

e, ,' al; bun the lightning apparatus in to the piper of the confederation and of Washing- Sec. 5. Beit further enacted, That the fist elec TERMS" One-fourth cash,and the other three-, it.superior value particulars and conclusive evidence of LEWIS *
repa.o re .5 dr&d seventy eight dollar and sixty-four cent dollars. tution, shall take place on the first Monday Octo. from the date of sale payable annually in advance may of Agents gratis.
ii- i incidental ; Prepared and sold lo1asses and F* h Barrel
repairs by A. B. & D.
expenses and bee the SANDS Drug-
a rflting. eighteen hundred and purchaser to give bond with
For forty-eight and first
Ihe approved
compensation to special agents tn examine ; ( security guts, 100 Fulton
and street corner of William N.Y. HEundersigned has on band aeTr
ioprorements llght.ho emiou of it eonstantly
con. the
or
) Genera] purchaser shall T
Assembly any
.t S bUildng books account, and money on hand in the several under thisamend- prefer to pay up the whole Sold also by LEWIS&AaEsTahiahaaseesMrfll CprieS5ST3C'or
tel witt aiai.ffe tousad ded Constitution shall price in cash discount any quzntit ofaupenor
,
commence on the fourfb Mon. a shall be allowed of fire
depositories under the act sixth i & t
August ; CATLIN
percent
6( eighteen fZOmit3
aod ,
c day in November in the on the credit instalments." Pensacola F. B.WHITING,St. Marks : t forrnerhoIdstg
: For alaries of two hundred and thirty-eight keepers hundred and forty-six, nineteen hundred dollar forty-eight.i year eighteen hnnjred and and by Druggists generally throughout the United 40gallons: the later wualFish barrel six*. .
and sixteen assistant For roof to the building adjoining and belonging | JOHN BE. RD, States. NewportFeb. DAfTt.Just LA1l'
4. of the light Passed 13. 1847. 30
t. kep to the treasury building, five hundred dollar Senate, December 22, 1846. i. Register Public Land. for the
; booses (seventeen of them & Price. $1 per bottle. Six bottles for $5. .
dobleandtw For the D. H. MAYS President. of Snate. State of Florida. Received J. R. Frt* 0tf
) also expense procuring and issuing cert ifi. 09 The bj
with triple public
lights including salary of H. are respectfully requested to remember
C t i an Inspector of lights o upper lakes, and ..u.i cafes of stock in the several loans heretofore autho. Passed AmcHZB loose Secretary oT ol' Senate' ; Tallahassee* The February 18041. 29 3m that it is Suds Samparilla that has been DOZEN Ladle1 fine colored Kid dor*.
Representatives DeeexsSer Savannah
4 i perinteodent on Lake Michigan, on* hundred and rized for blank stock and dividend books, andci' 1846. 20, and .Columbus Georgian Charleston Mercury and is constanthr achieving such rrtnarkaWe cures of '4 pieces rich Baixariaei
c! i one fire haidred and 'thirty-eight dollarsi er expenses attending issue aud transfer of weeks Times will publish the above sue the most difficult class o/ disease to which the human 3 ** printed Ltvna,
i ; thou"n evidences of pnblic debt including the ROBERT BROWN Speaker Ho. oReps.( and send their accounts to the Register of 8 '. Crash
is ;
frame
,,; cent: certi6. subject; therefore ask for Sands Sanaparilla .
'I a /.- I cate of scrip authorized hy the art eleventh Feb. M. D. PAPT, Clerk House Reps. i i see.Public Lands for the State of Florida," at TalUhas- and takt no other. Russia tad Cotton Dieper,& *

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