The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 24, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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-- The government has failed in II first duty,
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,wrlttea Tweaty Year after MarrUfe. THE FLORIDIAN; prectoD 0 life.
4 Fo mnth. ago government eal.
hire flown, cud
Dear wife, some twenty years culate as well now, bow
Since you and I agreed to marry; : without aid. & many Itao
That *ou were rather young, I own, They made no exertions to ex.

But then, I wn too old lo tarry. tend the aid, and the people starve accord

In single state, full long enough t.n gly. I
wish'd to the double _._ .
and try ; ---- --
hv'd. - ------- -
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found but stuff, Tea regard to Ireland.-
Friendship And Fame an evanescent nacre bubble. BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 847. VOL. XVIII-NO.. The a right to demand aid of her g ores.

ment ,government shamefully neglect.

From soothe boots no me more in my a lonesome solace! came times, - -- - -- -_. __ ,__ __.__n____ ___ --.- --- -- I her. Her children are dying. We hare
To tallic composition which answered the eflorts another of the unparalelled in. ARMY ble when children our duty to eg A
And writing prose seeraVJ very: : tame: gum as proof AEDTE grow and are in den om million may
And smi more stupid stringing! rhJ roes. long-sought ndl."itb this discovery dates entire ingenuity of the freest people on the A correspondent St Li Republi. ger of following the up.-Walter Sao but some we can save. Lei us do prilh

The drama I pronounced a bore, the real value of gurr. caoutchouc. Subse globe. This character of our Countrymen, of f can tells the following: age Landor. can. The Irish people are our ( and

I cared and not characters for a mimic of passion yore, quently, however, he-discovered and patenteda which we witness so many proofs in the Pat. On t the lath- October, having marched: 11miles neighbr. Irish blood is mingle riend mass

Or When plots solemn nonsense was in, fashion.There kind of India rubber felt, which is being now ent Office, and in the variety of specimens In 3 southwestern direction from the Something About Ireland. our) republic. It has mi&ened our battle

made into cloths an inch thick, or so thin as that are every year exhibited in Washington, Presido, Gen.Wool's column entered the town IRELAND is fields. A brave, an honest, patriotic people,
Island I
in heart,
A sort(was of a strange vacuum and constant my longine; to be driving silk cloth out of use for some purpose from the most u eful, common manufactures to of Santa Rosa. The infantry "carried arms' between 51 degrees an 12,minutes lying near and England 55 de., deserve a better death than to die o famine.

And thro my brain what thoughts would dart, *. Thus prepared, the gum is nearly non. the fine arts and to the splendid' productionsfrom through the to wn-he drums relied the brass 20 minutes north latitude ,its southern We must help them all we can,-. 1: Du.

How many shapes !*;o "ildl;?' thronging; elastic. In perfecting this particular article the pencils of Rosseter and Powell, is at band sounded their instruments-the staff grees patch.

Mj feelings that were like\ a leather, the inventor himself is said to believe he has once the result and the cmbelshme. of the looked their dressiest the artillery shook] most portion being some 600 miles further
north than the city of New York. It contains MOVEMENTS
Became peculiar OF
heavy TILE
weather achieved his great victory. It is made of raw free government we enjoy. never their "fire buckets" and red horse tails, and ARMY.
At first I d it was the about 30,000 miles less The
guess or something
cloth combined with the metallic tired of this and drew their the the infantry square O. Delta of tho 7th. 1
And then my ancient sweet-heart, JCLIA. cotton-not dilating, upon proud agreeable up battery on plaza- than 20,000,000 English says :
fluid somewhat after the manner in which hat. theme. And we never fail to connect it formed on two sides of it-the dragoon .acres The Adnznce to th Capitol.-The veteran
But stiben the former crew:; quite warm, The name is believed to be derived from has
warmly sfailed the latter, lers make hat bodies. We have seen several with the principles of free trade to which we curlod their moustaches and drew their sabres the Twigg already advanced on the road that
And quite a* Greek, and signifies Western It
I found that neither pun filer storm different articles made of it, from the thick are devoted. Surely if any (people in the and formed on the unoccupied part of the plaza has called J Iland. Hi. the Capital of the Aztecs. He com. I

Nor rcntle JCLJA was the matter: substance necessary for s'camen's charts downto world can dispense with a tariff which is in. -the women, children and old men crowd. ben. Iris lenis uvere, mands the vanguard of the army which is to

"Who i* it, then?" I matjlj\ cried, notes of the New Haven county. bank, some tended to protect our own manufactures against ed the door sills and the corners of the streets, Greeks. was arly known by the realize the popular idea of revelling in tho

"It must! be borne" such;charming fairy;** of which have been printed on it. foreign competition, it is the most industrious, and with a flourish of drums, trumpets, bugles, The is balls of the 1ontezma. Our own Smith
A lovelier one, my sou} replied country generally level, and is
"Deliciousdear, enchanting MARY!" A stranger to the application! of Goodycar's enterprising, sagacious, and inventive people gilt buttons, and cocked hats, Santa Rosa fell] markably well watered. It is rich in rev the gallant rifles,an I

preparation would indeed be surprised on going upon the earth. Those who ask such protection I at the first onslaught.! The army, marched marble limestone granite, nobler corps has never marhe our
At first doubted, tbe$ refusedTo coal, both bituminous and banner
you establishment where articles madeof their themselves back mile and and thus ; and a strong bod, regular 3
listen to my 'Ud.it'D'ooin!. into an to ingenuity are not ware again a encamped, anthracite, copper, iron, and and it infantry .
Cot when you paused and w ily muted, it are sold. From ship's sails down to of their own resources. They do not pay suf was "military possession" taken of another has been thought, gold and \' lead aboutone and artillery, amounting in all to 2600 strn.g, I

Upon your charms and tny undoing sheaths! for pins to fasten infants clothes, and ficicnt; compliment to their own powers, or to iMexican town. of Ireland bring u the main body. Tlr1 miles from *
quarter there are found bogs,
Your tender breast relenting knew elegant and delicate articles of ladies apparel, the bold and yet prudent character of their The Arkansas regiment of cavalry had which furnish for Vera Cruz, the river spanned by a *
Something of Love sublime emotion, peat fuel. These would noble
will find countless multitude of different the thousand which reached hours before and hat bridge, built of stone, with lofty arches
And finally repaid the true one a countrymen, or to blessings camp some u% seem to bo coal-beds in the of forma and ,
Deep fervor of my souls devotion. things in the construction of which, but yesterday spring from their own free institutions. A their fires lighted. Some of us gathered round tion. The wholo peat soil of process Ireland amounts tho road guarded by a strong fort which commands
Sweet wife! did I not tell you sooth as it were, leather,cotton, linen, silk, wool. free people are the least shackled by ancient the tent of the Field officers, to dry our clothes, to about one-tenth of its service, and a large a long distance. The post is a !

That we should always;love each other en, iron, wood, or tin were thought absolutely prejudices or former customs, and thereforeare and tell over the troubles of the day's march. portion of this be improved and cultivated. sarong will one, and if defended with skill and yin.or (

That I would ah\a\s be lu truth necessary.To I the most original and the most inventive lain talked off some of the ill humor gath- may give our army much trouble. This {

Your more\ than husband, father, brother? give our readers some idea of what the j people. Not content with treading in the on the road, one of the infantry officer The Lakes bridge passed, the road lies open, and unob. .
Alit what hare you not ben to me! as well as the rivers of Irelandare structed to the
My hope, my joy, my pridmy trea-ure, inventor has effected, we will mention that, of paths of their fJrefathers they think J for themselves turned to Col. Yell, and addressed him : numerous, and some of them lovely city of Jalapa. Here J: }
Since twenty 'earslla\'t' n"uwn with thee his preparation, there arc now manufactured and \ new and better modes of "Well, Colonel, that's a good story they the most beautiful of the world. a among may their war-worn frames on)
Lough Neagh beds of '
Like; dreams of pure unruffled pleasure. with complete success, top sails for some of the I accomplishing their objects.! The republics! told on one of jour men, at the Presido." the largest, contains surface of roses and violets and feast their senses ))1 '
a 59,000 acres, all that is
_u New York and Liverpool line ships which, of Greece were famous for their genius and What is that inquired the Colonel ?f' and is bounded by four counties. on rich beautiful in nature. In J i .

n D l 16 A B kQ: ) [!J the is of the inferior One of Arkansas Lough ten days our army could march from Jalapa '
_. _\ I though body most quality I I in\ention. The republic \merica is car. your boys was standing Earne is 35 miles long, and in one place 12 the ; to t ,
-.--+ -- of cotton sail cloth, are found to be almost::; invaluable n ing the o..hcuJ: principle of this age to guard, just after cark, when the officer of the broad. No in the world is furnished city Mexico. Here, we think' the en. J
From the Wmhtmgton I'nion j because, in adJition to their remarkable I I the greatest degree, with an eje that never day came comes there hailed with finer harbors. There is a harbor or safe emy. would of offer no r .is\cf the cily; not ad. !

The Gum Elastic, and its IngeniousUses. i durability, they shed ice like glass, and winks and a wing that never tires." the sentinel. The officer of the day,' wa readstcad for 12} miles of the enire coast.- milling" If the any effective defence against aril!.

I do not stiffen with frost as do all other kinds I the reply. W ell,' said the s ntT' 'lol had< Nature intended Ireland for the maritime 7 i Mexicans were determined not J-II'i
greatest their
yield Jto
of sail cloth. It is INCIDENTS OF Till B\TTLI OF LUENA better !be Capital 1 without a blow, it would I
Among the wonders of the day may justly be I already applied successfully getting to your tent, officer o country in Europe. Seventeen miles be struck before .
to !supply' the place of hair cloth and velvet "lS.Fmm the nighf will be round here presently, from our army arrived within light 'i
classed the recent adaptation of the gum caout I the .V O. 1)rlto.llarrli 31.We "' its mouth the river Shannon is 3 miles of the city. But with a 'force of :
chouc, or India rubber, to very many: purposesto I for coverings to forniture-such as sofasI yesterday conversed with a gentlemanwho he'll give you "Jesse. in width. No in the world has finer we do apprehend 20,000 strong t ;

which, within the last few years, it has been I and easy chairs. There arc specimens of its was present at the battle of Buena Vista. They tell a heap of stories on my men roads, or beter countl' for every kind of) taking no the Capital. any serious difficulty io 1 C' I
application after this fashion to he seen at that arc not true," said the Colonel, after a -
with It is .
applied complete success. so rapidly In addition: to the facts already published, he communication.The i J

becoming oC great importance in an indus Coleman's Hotel in this city, which, if he has related to us much interesting memoranda. hearty)carp laugh had subsided, "and that is clime is one of the finest in Europe, Where vas Col. May ? The question, f

trial of view that'e effected nothing more, should bring :Mr.\ Good. one them. But I will tell you one that actually though far'north the cattle in the southern "where Col. Ji!
point are persuaded we The coolness and of the Mississippi so wa May during the fight at Due. t I 3
cannot better employ a column of the Union,' jear great fame as an inventor. and Illinois bra'erJ, wert he beyondall did. happen to "me when I was officer of, counties seldom require housing. In the coun na Vista ?" is frequently asked. The New ,

than in to its readers But the War Department is availing itself, say the day. of two wheat have been rais Orleans Bulletin
presenting a bird's-eye praNe. While firing in rank ty Kerry, crops gives an anecdote of him : '
'iewof the rise and progress of the manufacture of the fruits of his labors so extcnMtely, as for knelt on one knee, taking deliberate aim and I "'I wa going the rounds after midnight, and ed tie same year, and many tropical plants "At the time Lieut. Crittenden ,'a sent by .f

which and some time past to have: kept sixteen factories came to one of my men who had never been been naturalized the the Gen. the
in in Taylor
though! meagre desultory as doing deadly execution.Col. have gardens during with a flag to :
it be i is in fact the result of working under his patents constantly I on guard before. He hailed, Who comes of Cork. detached of
emplo.I' 1000
must necessarily Bowles, of the 2d Indiana regiment, vicinity body to 1500 of Mexicans '
much research and from all the ed. They are making for the there?' in a thundering voice. I answered, The soil is that of that I'I''I'a
inquiry sour finding that his men faltered early! in the acv generally superior to were being cut to pieces by our fire, Col. j

ces at hand in Washington.! The gum itself ponton boats, (which, though light and portable tiou on the 23d, withdrew from them in disgust The officer of the day. 'I don't know any England, in ferity. The land under tillage May was on the eve of charging them with E(

is the of class of will ferry fifty men, it is! said, at a time such man,' said the sentinel, bringing his gun is about fourth of the but Lt. f
coagulated juice a tropical and taking a rifle joined the Mississippi 5,000,000 acres, or one dragoons, as C. was passing with I
of which the hfarea and in perfect safety, it matters: not what current down to a ready. 'Stand back, he |"ho ted. entire surface. The seldom his white <
is hare
trees : guiancnsis, thej'a- regiment in the thickest of the fight. It is dueto ground flag displayed May rode out and g.
elastica and the urceola the they have to contend with.) tents, knap. ,' said I, ')'OU know me, and I am dened frost and crossed his \
tropha are principal the Indiana regiment, however, to say, that 'WelIJut by vegetation scarcely ever the object of his l
and which arc found in India and South I sacks, haversack, water-sacks, provision bags, they were subsequently rallied, appealed to as day. suspended.The mission-'Going to those fellows to surrender, J

America, though the chief supplies come to (to take the place of boxes and barrels,) ammunition they were by Capt. Lincoln and others, and "I dou't know any body in the nighV;sau exports of Ireland are immense. In in order to save their lives.' 'U.aitj I have ii 1 a

Europe and the United States from the latter sacks and covers, and a great many fought bravely.The he. '25 there were over 102,000,000 bushels of charged them.' Impossible, man

It has been called India rubber similar articles for which, after a full and fair ; Hut I have the countersign, and am going and the has been tent and I. ha 1
quarter.! ( three guns which the Mexicans took, grain exported, export con. me must go on.'But my good fel.

from its facility in railing out the marks of the trial, this preparation has been found much were only yielded by Lieut. O'Brien after a the round I stantly increasing. The live stock, horses, low', lai May entreatingly, for God's sake, i)
lead ) In South America, I better adapted than aught else. Floor cloths ''I don't know anything about the rounds, cattle, sheep and in 1326 amounted for fire minutes and I
pencil upon paper. d( resistance. Two of his hor es were hogs to jut up give us a chance t
the Indians who procure it for exportation, do instead of oil cloths, trunks, portmanteaus and prate carriage wheel of one of them said the sentinel, getting mad, thinking I was : 204,72S. The butter exported in 1824, was at them.' Would do anything to oblige you,

so by making an incision in the bark of the I travelling bags; ship's mattresses: hose pipes, j t were broken, and the men attending, the guns tampering with him. "My orders were to let : 521,463 Ibs. and since that time ha much in. Colonel, but I have the old man's orders and I!

after fashion of the'box' harness of all descriptions, buckets\, piano and nobody pass, sign countersign, and I tel creased. tobacco there i!
tree smaller, but the were all, but one sergeant shot down. Gen. o : Considerable and an im is no help for it, and he gave rein to his ;
cut in the turpentine tree of North Carolina, : table covers ; maps which exhibit the most Taylor Lieut. O'Brien on the you what it is Mr. Officer,.you'd better be off mense quantity of flai is raised. In 1820 the hone, whilst the Colonel returned to the head

from which the fluid exudes. It is first of the i delicate touches of the graver, with as much field for complimcntN hi' bravery. for she it coded" 1! linen exported amounted to more than 50,000. of his squadron, in the worst possible humor I t I

color of milk, and quickly hardens, or rather II distinctness as the best qualities of drawing Capt. Washington's battery was in a mot "Well, what did you do, Colonel ? asked a 000 yards. The manufactures of woolen, forwhich against those thiDgicledBag. of truce. The

becomes tough and elastic on exposure to the paper ; kitchen utensils formerly made of tin favorable position. It protected the principalpass dozen at a time. Ireland possesses great dragoons splendid charges during t f
or cast iron only ; umbrellas, suspenders that "Why, what could I do ? I heard the tickas have at'antaga
action of the sun. They endeavor as far as I or approach to the American lines with always been discouraged the action.
possible to keep their method of preparing It a have driven every thing else almost entirelyout tho best effect. he brought the gun to his face, and aw the by the British government.In j'

secret and give it the black color character! of use ; over-shoes, cloaks, and top coats ; At very one time during the battle, Capt. Bragg fellow would shoot, so I sloped." It won't do 1821, the population of Ireland was A Beauiv Figure.-Life is beautifully I

zing most of the importations, by smoking itover gloves for handlingitrol, mail bags, &c., are expressed some apprehension to Gen. Tailor to fool with a Rackensacker. nearly 7,000,000. It is now something over fountain fed by a tbon f

fire made of wood that I also made of it. Hut we might; fill a column of whom about three-fourths i streams that perish if one be dried. a
a a peculiar in relation to the position of his battery, and Tobin of the Louisiana Volun. 8,000,000, are j i
which has the light color and which is considered with the bare enumeration of the purposes to I asked what he was to do. "Give them more Oz- Capt. the,New Orleans Delta from Roman Catholics. Of the 2,000,000 of Protestants ; silver cord twisted with a thousand sring that :

best to be worked up, being suu-dried. ', which this preparation has been successfully grape, Bragg-more grape," says old Roughand leers, writing to of odd about one-third are Presbyterians.With par asunder, if one ,be broken. and ; _
i i Unlike'I Saltillo, give the following account an
however that their of applied within the last three 3 ears. the of Prussia Irelandis mortals are surrounded by innumer.
They, fancy manner Ready, and that will secure their safe the single exception thoughtel
t I! fish he met with on his country :
it which the material Oliver Evans, whose friends are said to have way up the best educated in dangers 11.bk- make it much more ,
smoking really injures : ty. Bragg tried the prescription, and foundit "We left Gonzales 30 in number, on the country Europe ;
for it well all its considered worthy of a mad house, because, in a large of the children the strange that they escape so long, that they 1
factory uses, :gives nigh commercial j i to have the best effect. llth ult., for Monterey, via San Antonia, and portion enjoying ,
to their entreaties his mind from almost '
reply to turn all
value. They also smear it in thin Col. Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi, is idol called few.ofus Benefits of common education. perish suddenly at latVe are
balls of make the bottle 'i! experiments with steam, he insisted that in near a pretty village, Seguin, a Here then is of of intellience encompassed with accidents every day to crush
layers over clay, to ized by his regiment ; and, a? one ofhem said fell in with an odd fish'enjoying a Colonel's a countr piety,
which for household andover ; less than fifty sears carriages would travel by thaton of of boundless the mouldering tenements that we"inhabit. !
they use purposes, he would lead them into h-!II. Believing He has habit of beauty fertility,
) clay shoe moulds, &c. It first found itsI I steam at the rate of ten miles per hour ; and the 24th there would be a fight, and being I Commhsion. and a strange resources, and of magnificent wealth, with a The seeds disease are planted in our conttiutions I
words misapplyingthem
the invariably
way into Europe, in quantities, in 1790, but, I unlike Whitney, who died before the application unable to walk on account of the wound in his longest for instance, he wished to us some population of 8,000,000 ; of who 2,000,000are by nature. The earth and the atmosphere (
believe work it of the cotton gin had doubled the value of ; ( sel in a state of famine and whom whence we draw the breath of life is :
we their
no attempts to up upon an foot, he ordered that he be carried out to if to make among J
of cotton land in the southern States lots)- Buy gentlemen you with death. health is ''made t
extensive scale were made earlier than some I every acre head in a for hundreds and thousands are perishing of star : impregnated to _
this inventor lives witness the beneficial effects wagon. fortunes : here is the location a magnani.mous its destruction The food that
fourteen fif'ecn to ,'ation.r have the heart dwell operate own
or years ago. This was undertaken Col. Yell, we have alr'ad.told our read. of e not to upon I *
vere're the foot
in this country, and on the other side of his labors, and, we trust, to realize his ers, was lanced a to death. His.horse became city ; at navigation.Next the sickening horrors, disclosed to us by the nourishes contains; the elcmemts decay ; the i I

of the Atlantic at about the same time. fair portion of their profit to society. If we restive, his bridle broke, and he carried him year 111 put and up a blacksmith's lawyer's fixins institution, a pothecary's -, news of the Hibernia Steamer. We dare not soul that animates it by a vivifying fire tends .J 1

In 1S34 and IPS.: New England was the respect any men, more than all others, they into the midst of the enemy, where a lance doings a where all contemplate the terrible fate which at this moment to wear it out by its own action ; death lurks h
and afterward regular cimetary, *
scene of an India rubber} stock speculationmania arc those who confer substantial benefits on pierced him through the head. a will hangs over that devoted people. in ambush along our path lohnlhstandlDg ," f
the folks from the circum jasper counties
second the for the community. And surely hewho makesfor The imagination conceive of entire his is the truth, so palpably confired.by
hardly rage specula. Cot Hardin, before being killed, captureda send in their hoys and girls of both sexes to may i r k
tion'in the "eastern land s"of ,Maine, which our country an entirely new, profitable, and flag the which, with his horse, edication. villages, without a meal, of vast armies of daily examples before our eyes,Jiow little do f 1
extensive branch of industry : be safely cnem. be McAdamized into a college we lay it to heart! We see our.friends and i
prevailed about the same time, and which was very may he requested sent home as a last meetin-house A the stores skeletons, of hamlets filled with unburied \
Then I'll instruct ,
placed in this honorable But this le a but how seldom
scarcely more disastrous in its consequencesto category. memento to his wife. can'tdo corpses, of women and children sinking under neighbors perishing among us,
and will in course. I .
the of the thousands inventor has not alone benefited his own coun tn'er spring up fever and famine and neither does it occur to our thoughts that our knell
pockets who nibbled Nothing could contrast more strongly than hard help nor hopes;
too the suddcn.fortune try ; for in this age of rapidly increasing international this till next year, 'cos I hay' nt got all horror and ,hal perhaps, give the next fruitless warning
freely at bait. It is I the humanity of the American soldiers and the cash enough and I'll have nothing to do despair.We

said that perhaps a million and a half of dol. communication, Europe will not I cowardly ferocity and roguish propensity of with the darned yet black bills ; let a man offer have given a very brief and imperfect world 1Don't

lars were then sunk in the fruitless experi be slow to adopt what we find more econom the Mexicans. The Americans shared their accounr of Ireland'that her present situation
I ical and better suited to industrial me one and ill dont make sacrament of him, Scold.-A great deal of injury is doneto
meats in preparing and applying the so many biscuit and water with the wounded Mexicansand may be seen in its true lgbt. Has Irelandroduced
gum.- d-n Do that well ? I'll puta children by their
It was at that time dissolved in spirits of turpentine uses. As yet, no European has struck out in often them in me. you lee > less ctJe, pork, butter, etc. parents 10ling. Many
to lay a positionless
the same pah: and this American's mechanicalfame were seen pump handle into it, and fit an anecdote to gin children have been nearly or quite rined bj
than The
and being mixed,with lamblack was painful to them. The Mexicans, on the formerly English papers and often
fetch the water through all the meanderingand it, driven from home, to become .
therefore rag.abends
bids fair with the
to j
proceed old last fall the of
spread between two cloth, by of makinga I killed wounded us exports provisionsof
way application and of his invention which if contrary I cowardly our men turpentine walks in my sassgarding, and tbt and wanderers, by scolding. It sours
use ,
kinds Ireland had
water-proof article. It was, however, found it continues to advance for when they met them, as in the case of Col. the effects of the arrogation will be such, that al to England, your provided it is which is a ,
that when the thermometer was at sixty in the as rapidly twenty Clay they stripped and robbed several of our teen greater than any former year. tempr sweet
; the air will be with the the or. scold the will have '
for the last three will in that time very you more you
shade,the temperature of the atmosphere alone years as ,officers and of their poluted How is it then that the Irish starve T The '
many from the to scold, and because have become
be found execrlions protruding you cros.
in almost house in the ,
applied every answer is simple. Grain, cattle, pork, butter,
was well nigh as perfect a;solvent for the man.ufacturd Union to Among the prisoners taken were two who flow ers (if I'm an accoucher in any thing it's ser, and your children likewise. Scolding al.
very many purposes. As most trop etc. to England to rents, to non resi.
article as turpentine for the in were deserters from our own ranks. They go pay -
gum diarrhara in the middle ienates the hearts of children.
in ) put a your Depend
ical of the up
its plants fig genus produce the glutin. flowersI'l dent landlords to the .
original state ; for, whole ware-houses full were brought before Gen. Taylor, who ordered milk support government
from which the caoutchouc of 'em, my women folk to store the upon it, they cannot love you as well after you
ous juice or feed the and
of goods manufactured by the speculators in I sap the wretches to be drummed out beyondthe army navy and 'manu-
I and then conditionthrough have berated them
be made there is far less that theI and butter, &c. ; run a they did before. You
winter, which then appeared just what was I may danger lines. Such rascals he said, might do for the (house and provision it off, but facturers. approach them with firmness and decision
will Il
wanted became a mass of muck in summer. I supply! not run apace with the growing Anna-they would not suit him-and it and The great body of the people of Ireland
I Santa real edifice next clap them with adequate
demand than that forests will run up a year you may punish severity
our own pine have live but andpoultr.
The nothing to on ,
apparent impossibility of preventing the eventually fail to afford in sufficient would be wasting powder and shot to shoot chronology on the top, so that the ladies and potatoes pig to their offences, and they will 'feel the
preparation from stiffening in the cold, caused I turpentine them. They were therefore drummed out to The potato failed. The
look at the and milky-wey of conduct and love h.
justice ) not
the gentlemen may star your you
the failure of the quantities to supply market. and the people starve-a short story \
India rubber stock March.A -
numerous the tune of the Rogue's that I'll from Gal. all. hate It stirs
j through horoscope export standing Butifaey
a scolding.
We have but the other but all that there is to tell.
of '
that day
seen descrip.
operations day. bullet passed through the breastof
having ,'esto I can't do it all at.once, as my women up bad blood, while it discloses weakness
In 1835 the celebrated tion of a large elastic tree which In a word, Ireland robbed as she has been your
now Goodyear, thena I gum was I Gen. Talor's jacket, he remarked that the folks growuing and more and lowers in their estimation. Especially .
are up getting you
broken hardware merchant Philadelphia, found by our troops on the Island of Lobos.It .- balls were becoming excited. for years of the products of her soil and indus
i I and more costive and expensive on me every at night when they are about to retire,
who had previously turned his attention to the grows in Cayenne, the Ilrazils and in great try, was left, as usual, just enough potatoes to
and moulded
Come in gentlemen-let us liquor. their hearts should be melted
subject} commenced experimenting in earnest quantities in Paraguay. From this last country Philosopher in th Poor House.-Amon g .year. keep (he body and soul together, and they rot- :
with of kindness that they to
with the view to divest the material, when P rev !1 we may look for copious supplies as soon the three thousand foreigners now confined Conduct of.Man to Woman.-Who, wether ted in the ground. The people starve. their Tpices slumbers with of love may stealing go I
pared, of its soluable' efforts to extensive in the Alms House of New York City, in alearned Who is to blame 1 I have loaves of thoughts
quiliti-s, and of those as our open an commerce the grave or less grave, is just to woman ten around their and
which caused it to stiffen in the cold. He set'' with that strange, interior territory shall have German, Dr. Heidelberg, who was among? Ther may be moments when the beloved bread ; you rob me of nine, and it turns out N. lW whispering peace.- i

ut'in' the belief that: if he could attain these i succeeded, and ag soon as greater 'facilities are 4 once a preacher, then a professor in the Bcr J tells us truly, that we are dearer to her I that the tenth is poisoned.' I die and you are 1 Efndit.IT.

ends, subsequent experience and study would secured by exempting the navigation of the lin and Halle Universities an author, a doc I than life. Is not this enough 7 Is it not above my murderer. Ireland dies and England isher f

sable him to adapt it successfully! to almost I rivers from the blockading restrictions imposed I tor of philosophy, a rationalist, and now (almost I all merit ? Yea, if even the ardor of her enihusiasm murderer.The The pronoun IT is a comcl word-

innumerable uses. These experiments were in consequence of the war between Buenos I II of course) a pauper. He came to this subsides, if her love ever loses, products of Ireland would feed Ireland. 11 is sometimes is often absurd ; 1 i

'fir! conducted in New York, afterwards in I Ayres and Montevideo. It is well worthy of 4 country about two years ago, where he supposed later in the day, the spirit and vivacity of its I She has lost but one crop of all her immense IT is large, it Is small, it is round, it is square
IT rains, and i is
foal,it in fair ,
Connecticut and, tinally! ,)n Roxbury, Massachusetts consideration, whether the tree cannot be I his great learning Hebrew would find a market. 4 early dawn-if between the sigh and the blushan products: but of the rest she ha been plunered. IT is back, it i;1.nowli white is long, it u short; I

: where an India tubber manufactur. transplanted into our Southern States Florida I He is master of the Greek, Latin, interval is perceptible the arm mistakesthe 4 We hope to b underto. IT is everjtbiug almot, then it is nought.IT I
ing' company, that had been severely injuredby especially and cultivated to a great extent. It French, and German languages, a bitter reviler chair for the shoulder-what an outcry is The destruction potato crop was is tuei. a lie; it i.n'lt!-is!
would furnish a and of the Christian religion and at the same I last The result was known then is a humbug and-Quiz.

ing their l losses, offered him the use of their : one of our) most ingenious and productive man. lime: the object of Christian charity. It i her inlon.tancy-what an alteration of as well as now ; but the country was drained A gentleman, after reading Gen'l. Taylor's s'
establishment I ufactures. Specimens of this laid that he has been brought to hia present and swept clean as usual. The ,
and the means of perscrvingto extraordinary shrinking and spurring at the coldness of government despatches, remarked, that one of his
the end. For seven years be labored faithfully plant with its uncommon thick leaves are to rendition by the united influence of his infidel her heart I Do we ask within if our own ba a set of cold-blooded, brutal Malhussions, saw characteristics was his modesty. "Yes,great replied .

be found in our hothouses and the whichis principles, and the:worst species of intemper- this famine coming, and did nothing to preventit.
satisfying no one biSt himself: however, ; one I retained all its ancient loyalty, all its own : a wag, who was standing by, .that is

thin be was a step nearer to the realization of (growing in the green.house of tho flower ince. When Tom Paine turned philoso. warmth, and all that was poured into i I Of. The newspapers denied there were ap true, but no one can he is a retiring man."

his hopes than when he abandoned everything depository, attached to the Patent office, is the pher" he was nearly in the same predicament. ton the true lover has little of true love compared prehensions. The papers got in Lnrl I is Santa say
Why Anna in that the
else to chase this finest we have teen. received and sent over here by every asserting
apparent chimera, for which, ** I with what he has undeservedly Icamer
of condition United
I States and
never complained cowardsand
b1-, be.bye, his friends rote< him all but fit for The country i is much indebted to Mr. Good. Persian Sadi "but my when says feet and unreasonably But let it all ly to deceive and humbug the American pub. barbarians army people were I
a poet once) elae. like struck
my denied the a harp tiring
and existenceof
a mad brazened out
house. in the the I
In addition' to the difficultiesatturally year for his great ingenuity applicationof be is rnetem- lic
bare and bad marriage
were I no money to buy ; rmmbre tat lightning?
sos this famine till they could deny it no longer.
them into 4 ,
from the to so manufacturing that
resulting 10 long gum many purpo. -- tur.
is perseverance but I met a man without feet, and con. i of Because he is a bladed
what appeared a hopeless labor, he was nine ses. It is, however, no less profitable to him. I tented with lot." different creatures from what they were before. There is now a pre sympathy, and a lye.
times Imprisoned useful for His my have been mistaken miserable farce of aid to Ireland being I' An editor at a dinner being asked if
by his creditors ; and yet, elf than many purposes. p at. Liveliness in the girl may tJe

with a courage and patience worthy of his ent right is extremely productive-brings him An extensive copper mine .recently been for good temper; the epertinacitywhichat enacted by the English government. Ireland he would take some more pn replied

New England origin, he did persevere to the in a largo income, and his interest in his in. I discovered in the immediate vicinity of Miner. firatis Utylypr1'okli'at,last provokes after bing pluDer of millions for lean Owing to a crowd of I a no.,

etid, At the termination of seven years, gain. ventions is estimated to be worth from two to :alloint Wisconsin and upwards of without'II eneu ; of or. now pac able to make room for U.

I ftsj additional Information by every successive( three millions of dollars, perhaps more. We] '200,000 pounds o or Territor very rich quality I der and prprt arac of duties an cfrities long Our are is that te government II When is a bonnet Do a bonnet 1 When i

xpenment, he succeeded in perfecting a me. congratulate him on his success, and honor his :raised. endured oe b tolra. knew coming and could hare pre- becomes a ladPOIEirutv. /. .


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r Jt4e.O.picerwae.JO. happy ncuio. Te troops hate borne iog BO much transportation to be tent frwar. rk and dehiciousclimato l no there and u caught with an avidity which shows how very singularly and forcibly illustrated. .
t t FROM VERA CRUZ. tho and in trenches, Col. was at Cama t leagues. You may enjoy an u B* u.
LATER hea\.icr camp lamtrmk desperate and reckless are their party resolves. Sit canE of Gen.Taylor stands too hijk fa -
without failure amidst sand was quiet there and everlasting spring, a constant beautifull! greens the fa j
'k t or murmur, storm Every is in this General Taylor,by of "sly Reynards.." They mart !.
in inla. hllnllta.r1 meet
and the the river and at the Brazos. and abundant means of subsistence very with bro
L The ship Alhamlff Capt."Yisn of digressing frequency, and violence ; skir- on
1 Ihe admiration and reverence disappointment and then
achievements, won their
i nodn:1 productive lands, which we will give you as having ; cry will bt, ...
\ CapU riglt. a. mi.-hes by day and night, and under the incessant _
the whole to use the en-
Inrbt .am of people, they hope Grape, sour Grapes
From tlieX O. Delta. You will also have complete
: : Vcr Cruz. The for nailed firo-rif the enemy's of E your property.
: lit inst. direct, while the Alabama! (lie city an castle.! The steadiness heaIJatcrics and cheerfulness The latest accounts from Chihuahua wereo fredom of conscience and liberty to adore the thiulasm mi name inspires to secure the success o In Earnest.
h o the 5h; March. Tho loss of tho battle of of the world in the please.Do .-. the party to which be belong; when too, that en-
t If fi the ;31st ut.! dud touched at 1'atnpk.t .of oincers and men, under the circurn-: creator way you The New York Globe an able Democratic;
and o the Rrazm. Our friend and corrcj on- 5tan't'1 arc worthy ofa'!! praise. the 2th February by the :lrxicUS is atlri- exchange your arms of an enemy, for the thusiasm has not the slightest reference to any principle says that the Mexican are now beginning tetivJ.
billed the of the Mexican embrace of friend. Grant God that it be of any tart, or tj any measures of national to
to cavalry. ,
'4"S !ert, Mr. Haie! can passenger on the .'iia.I The General.in.chicfsincerely regrets that cowardic a our Government is in earnest in the

lama, and MS the latest ;Meligrncein ho cannot give the uames of the hundreds, ol r The forces of the Americans slued to have so for your felicity. policy. the war. The ietorie, of Bnena, Vit PfOIctutiet".

the memoranda! subjoined.. First let us add. rather thousand, to who particular tnanksarc, been 1100, and 7 pieces of artillery; whilst I But there i is something still stranger in the cone Cnn willfully ripen their eyes to this(let IDeS 7m<
duct of those who to run General Taylor for ; aa. (
those of the Mexicans and 10 propose tn
that have Irtlcis Fmm Mr. Lzrns4n. \\lio due this were men, thai
we ( ocaio He cm only enumerate TIlE FLOEIDIAN.'LET ] see our repeated offers to negotiate
t a
: President. They never dreamed of him for that office Htlrnma
The Americans took
0 vrcll as could he cipectcd. He the few who! were by rank or pb pieces artillery. possession of difficulties between the two
i cnd 3 io ate of Chihuahua the 2J March, and : until he acquired his splendid fame in the Mexican counirie*,I...
.. :. more cheerful spirits than one might silion, as as by !" Ft'\ict' Orthisca o not been made on account of any weaknes
wel : nearly? all the Mexican families were abandoning V. ALONE. war. With them then, all his title originated ..
the of IN: accident! : "he i Brevet Gen. traded
+ ; -c bope, considering severity S s : happy name Brig. : counsels on our part hot from a laudablt
Yet these
in his .
I ho city. -- ; career against our enemy. very d,
,i. and rrdaccd to while 6tirrh) Worth (now brevet major general) and Brig.Gen. sire to terminate a war which 'u
tota1lacivin. A letter from Cedral,dated the 27th March, S.TURIAAPUL 21. 1817. men denounce the war as unjust and infamous 1 How wished to iToiA.
vents are on Twipgs. commanding the regular brigades and which waj forced
: : states that Gen. Urrea ha:! met a force of Amcricans -.- : can they reconcile it to their consciences to make upon 03 by their own }
Jtlcniornndiim. Gen. second in
; Maj. Paftnon ( cornrnstrJani the President. t lice, madncs and foilVhy .
March 29.-This has been a proud day for ) his three brigade generals-Iit\, in the vicinity of Ionllre., and had Brigadier Appointments l GIDEON by J. PILLOW, to Mapr the man President who has been most efficient in: \ has it been *o/hard to make Mexico
: killed and wounded Gene b waging this unjust and infamous war?These same belim
of Vera a great capturing
tt the American : The garrisons Quitman and Shield, of! the volunteer ,
army. rj.i it1 ;; Gene in the army of the United States, in the : thai our country i is in earnest in this
I t t i Cruz and oflhe muo'Ii talked of and dreaded Col.! I commander of the 170 wagons nod about 701)) ml; (s He destroyed men, too, denounce Mr. Polk for having caused the war? liter.
Harney, : regular :\ of Thomas Benton, who declined to lamly has not been the fault of the
castle of San Juan de LTloa! have vacated their Co1. Tore chief of Colonel I the wagons, not being able to lake them \\\xcv 1. accept war,by ordering a march from the Nueces to the Rio Admiabtratio*
4 1' ry ; i, engineers ; or of armies.
General JOHN A. QUITMAN to be Major our They hare all
1T .. quarters an J retired into the interior and the 'Bankhead! chiefofartilkrv and commander of with him, I setting them ;fire. Xo names, Grande ; and yet Mr. Polk gave this order in compliance along gitea U:
) General in the of the United States, in the very of their
earneslne .
to the the commander of the American army with the advice he received from Gen. Taylor. 7ie
as or
% and llc-t gracefully where this the batteries ably assisted in accession spot j Ir1e
,t 4 '. :ar* etiipes : byother : of William Cummin who declined to accept. answer is to be found in the conrse of
morning was to be seen the green, white and I field officers of artillery ; Capt. Huger;, force, is given. pace Colonel l CALEB be Brigadier General Why denounce Mr. Polk for doing that which Gen; cians. They hare taken a position Wing politi

: read. TLe selected for the laying down I acting chiefcufordnance much at the batteries CcsiuNC.to Taylor is to be elected President lor advising ? It which adoetd
spOt Pioni the .Ipril 13. Mexico to think that
,1 i Register u the of the States, in the place ol I we would not
f I arms a plain! back frun theeily and assisted i ably! in them amy Lnitl. seems to u*, that if one was wrong, the other was continue _
W:1 ( extending supplying by Cart : : CITY OF MEXICO .
t L.\l'Ir lR.J)1 Til. \:[) :'uhn A. Qnitman: promoted. longer to keep our forces in the field.
: t walls, in the direction of Mclibran. Our Cross and Irwin, both of the Quartermn-ter's! .\ CKl'Z. equally so-if one is to receive condemnation, so that Mr. Corwin, a prominent Ste rndJ

a L '. army was drawn up. in two lines facing inward department ; Capt. ( nyrm. acting chief of There were arrivals at New Orleans on From Mexico. should the other. What is to make the difference ? the Presidency speak thus "Whig candidate fw

I and occupying a mile in eitcnt. Gen. the commissariat ; Surgeon General Lawson Thursday' and Friday last from Vera Cruz.Arnon .- The New Orleans Picayune of the 17th inst.: has I Taylor i is a whig, and Polk a democrat-that makes shall have no fund from : lie (the PresidtM)
,, .,.: Worth appeared on the fed in full w1fCr1, to I and the personal staff of the General-in-chief] : them : steamship Alabama and the S the follJ'ing items from Mexico : the whole difference. Was ever faction more barefaced such a war. I have no me left ihe prosecution of.

I dirt'cl the arrangements au. :, conquered I.icuts. II. L. Scotf, Williams Scammon and I ships Alhtrnbra arid Arkansas. By the last t JAn.APATbeArrny wa to more in the direction I than that which, in this matter arrays itself to thai way but to withhold tin
b means
troops. The jmorning was very clear! Lay-uith the' occasional aids of Capts. Let named, the thl! from Vera Cruz are to the cf Jalapa by di'i ioM, Gen Twig loading the ad against Mr. Polk? Because two men are known by carry on warand she sees, for hi

4 and pleasant, and OUt army was in admiraLlt and Johnson, of the engineers, and Captain Oth in>J. The a.voimts from the city of Mexico and vance Gen., followed Worth by wiih Gen.the Patterson first divi-sioi with of volunteers regulars,,, different name, one must be damned for the very encouragement published with high that this speech cf Mr. Corwia b

p condition. A detacLmcnt of sailors and marines Mriiroe, acting sistant inspector general. are oflhe tilth ultimo. The sehr. Harry bruizing up the rear. The Lealth of' the .Army wajso same thing which is to elevate the other to the highest Whig commendation by most cf our ,,
p aJded much to the cm'ct.t 10 o'clockprecisely To the commissioners, Brevet. Major (;on 101. has aNo: arrived !from tho I.ruzos with far good. distinction. What disgusting folly papers.

I '. ?. the well known sound (heanl unJer oral Worth, Brig. Gen. Pillow! and Col. Totj Jalof Ihe J. Mr. Kenrtill write on the filh inst. from Vera: The people of this country are not so dull but what t She reads other Whig speeches of the tun ienor.

.: similar! circumstances: at Monterey ) of bn !ie, j I ten, including Capt. ..Aunick! of the navy, \ n, j I The movements: of S'ntslna are of the Cruz reached-"Jalapa I have, but just le.lne thai what! Santi credit Anna has I they can see through these things. They will dna and she reads also that our Whig newspaper* hold

. fife and drum, |paJl.t! as Mexicans only ('al I j j sr> ably negotiated and arranged tie! terms ol/I j f first interest. He took loan of the army on I in the report." to place co.er.from such inconsistent conductthat those ho the same langnage, yea, and worse. The N.Y.Tri.

pay! them, and :body else ought lo play! I c ipitulationith! thc cnieniivs' commitioners, jsreat j the 1 liii March, i in a brief and a well con- .t ,in-"TE government ofJalapa.it ia said, hai abuse the Administration, do so from factious ino hune tells her, the whoteVorld knows that it is

1 ti em, was heard in the! direction of the pi oat I credit i also! severally due in that distinct L i' cei\ed address. re ((I : make any resistance at their {city lives; and that their late movements, made solely Mexico which has been roUsed and imposed Spec

gate and the :Mexican army soon began to appear cameiiy.Thanks. I From San Luis to the city of Mexico Santa whatever.know The that fate the of \Vra Cruz i U before them from party policy, very clearly shew the injustice of and that our people are the robbers." The New Haven
the column between our lines. 'higher than tho' "eof the they not Americans will enter theirbia'itilul Herald tells her I am bold to declare
pasting I general.in I Ichitf. Anna' pr r's"a IrumhaI; He continually plact?-and do not wUh to >ce it destroyed: their previous denunciations; and they will re-quire that I fe
f Women anJ chiUrvii accompanied the troops, : 'Lave been also card by the lon met delegation: Congress sent out to SoriaiLlc people-those (.f Jalapa.:" that justice he done to Mr. Polk, u well as to Gen. Rot wish our own armies'success in rbi, contrortm

: bearing heavy bUJ( Their army haltoj: i i .S.jusdron. under the s'jrccwiie orders of I propitiate him. Ad.Jresses from the ditlerent Asiin-"It i i. thought( I the Mexicans intend malt Taylor. This is all we ask. It pains us to see men I with Mexico." Then,too,she reads what Mr.Web
t ;: r lines Kicked their arm, laid I Conner and : one of their bold staruN! thij side of A stem and her
between our j 4 II i ni Xiores Perry t for prompt, cheerful Elates: Wl'rlO prewnteJ lo him on hn roue.: i"l Jalapa. in one breath, pouring curses upon a public functionary says paper rejoice at his stand. Her
; down their colors and equipments i and then 11 and ahe! as i' 'ance from the arrival of the !' lean few !av" willelihe story. is the language of the Mexican Diario Santa
II I r eJ in the vit-bily: of the capitol; on ( A rxidy men, horse and foot, left Puebla :a and, in the next acknowledging the wanton Anna'
: f marched off! ; our troops (iho.e detained: forJ j! !army oil this coast Betides landing troops i 20th. On the 'jU: he 1 lo'A the oata! of oflice week ao to-day, in the direction: of Jalapa. They: wickedness of their deed. How much better would; organ-published in the city of Mexico:

1 f the purpose from General Worth's di, i1itl) i I and supplies, and the stuck blockade of this r 1''| as President of tlif Uepubiic at the city lt Gnadalonpc ali hIke right vliantJ of driving the perfidious it be, to take a manly stand at once, and resolutely fjcj- .. By an arrival from New Orleans we tart

". marched into th city at the same time, \viih !i port, the fcmnller se'sel.u, detached: liT Corn I de Hidalgo. The afternoon of the following Yankl'J \\ilhink better of it refuse to be hurled about been placed in possession cf late papers from th.
:! colors flying and th.! -. bans playing national ; i l Perry under the immediate command) of I when they meet with a umr! by eveiy petty prejudice.We United States and a majority of them ma/punx
j 'apt. day IH entered th j city of Mexico with I may remark,by way of concluding,that it givesj otuly denounce and condemn this tear
is The mail of this mornin
airs. a 3J for ; bring nothing agomtt Out
Cap.ndlrs rampany artillery joined a time in the attack father
Tatnl. upon I great pomp arid l solemnity. A Tc Dcum was I j pleasure to see that the SENTINEL is modifyingits country. a* infamous, unholy and unrt 1attITU. '
e and Capt. IcnJric. of the 2J, cntereJ tlc; I t at the imminent! rNk i-f being sunk: in the o importance from the Army. 63- Daniel WeGster. the mOt libeial
rit. : : where he views and
King metropolitan received in regard to the war. It seems to think q
castle, and "an.Y1et'6 company, of the bt of the castle t! ; and the land Lttrrn. the felicitations: of the authorities and lightened statesman of tbe country, isis that the ex.
that the hand of Providence" has selected General I
f artillery, took posse>$ of fort Santiago, I j ] 5, (called!! the naval) which followed Tampa Hay.We pens of the war are ove-r. half a million of dollars
31 nos. i
corporat tn s. publish the following, as it be useful to Taylor in the present juncture of affairs, to avert t a day, and he has introduced resolutions
: and fired nation >l 11 way into tit
the American flag, a : ;1, 2. 3 and
ran up 4, (sorted by the ) at the The Senate
cabinet of to the
Santa Anna i i1 impeach
I composed uI cowardly K.
going to Tampa : the horrors of disunion. If so, then Mr. Polk is not Polk nl
.' salute. The effect of Cur LeIs upon the city j end of 1\1 daywas exclusively (after being I t follows : D. Mariano! Oicro, Minister of For. \ssc! be turn him out of office. These northern barbarianc
to blamed for anything he has done the
: t "'a now teen, and proved to ba\c been de. i iploraLe. |prepared by the engineers and of the Affairs Extract, from La ook, U. S. lop CONCORD, touching cannot carry on this war very Ion?, at this rate and
troops Junan
I eign of the Treasury ;
Hardly a House Lad and t :army) armed, manned and commanded out t ; nonJ'r Jpril Id, l ii3t.t war. It i is very certain, that, but for the MexicanwarTaylor Mr. Webiter deserves the thanks of the tehole.Me:.
i of were e5aptl.The I J Jihells ol the ; Francisco :uu.tyTriute: of Jus- In standing in for Tampa Bay. through the channel would not have been thought of at this icon nation for Ihe noble stand he has laken on th.
a This
large portion a.ur Squadron. in the suej I lice. anJ 1). Jose I side of
battery nacio Gutierrez of Var.j right and !
: fallen through the roofs and 4 j stiesbitc of the formed by r mint and Mullet Kevs, when in six: time, fur President; and, according to the justice Arise Mexicans, ted
hat espo.p. tours gallant Capts.uiek! andjlao I The address of Anna and the of Sentiuel'S drive the invaders from our soil!
j :alta reply fathoms: water, the north end of view, "Providence" mast have intended
dcJ ins-itlc.tcarin: ever*thing to !1 iSelf: bring Egraont Key to J.Mexican: derive
; piecfs-LIr-I' proved : highly effective. By command Otero and Santa! Anna's I tan comfort from thefttt
\ .. lug through he partitions and ; of Maj. Gen. Scott. are rll I received the New inaugural address, bar ea-t, and run for it; giving it a birth of a cable's a means of developing to the people cf the UnitedStates that the greater part of the p opof the United

;: windows. Tie killed:! and wounded among i II. L. SCOTT by Orleans papers. length. After passing: Hgrru>nt Key, steer E. X. E.: who was the man to save their country from State are opposed to this tear Q5-at thtirpcpen
A. A.
the soldiery was very 'slight, but the citizens i Acting The moit C.iOU3: paper, "hicr but for its The least water we found.on the bar was 2 f e at ruin, and of preparing them to acknowledge his mis thotfft'CQ and tI:1be the lose man tcho if at the head of government ,

.. length we would give, at t in part, i is h tide. In clear the sion. As this is the work of Mr. Polk exiledftorn potcer. The tymft, "
t suffered severely. It .ii i taiJ that between The 1 a day entrance is defined Providence I tAles of -
: following tariff of duties is decreed and I official of the battle of 9'el I ,& Oxa Lariat FARTT CC in thatare CfWtifJ
six and seven hundred'men:: women and children !. announced for the information of all concerned Sanlanna'i Buena Vi-ta. It i is account! the shoal water on each side. of the channel 1 should not be condemned for his humble share in the on our tide, and long trill Mexico rtmemler

-. were killed ani I\vounJcd, more than :- a skilfully wrought toy being easily discerned-the rise and fall, eighteen totwent.four matter. We hope the Sentinel will perceive this, their patriotum.r'-CQ

.. three hundred bin; killed.; I 1. All articles introduced by regularly of romance of she, giving field an ingenious version of the i ievents inches. No regular tides-the rise and and hasten to correct its errors in imputing blame 10 Can we wonder at the obstinacy of Mexico!q
np- : and with
.Afarr'! 30.- were 100 pieces of ar.tillery pointed sutlers (who will be required to exhibit coolness disaster into imperturbable fall being governed by the wind* and freshets." him. At any rate, we are satisfied that the people we see that her hope is in the Whigs of this ccnntrj

.. in pG itionaromd; the city and a" rmny t i to the assistant adjutant general the evidence Santa turning every a Mexicanor will observe that the whig papers ia their remarks Can we wonder that she is slow to believe that wt
Anna .
a : It I
; more dismounted: many: ol the latter u c'si.1 of their appointment) called and known gives a goodimpression Vcntriloqulal Exhibition. about General Taylor, are furnishing the strongest are in earnest when she looks to our Whig wtrv
The Mexicans laiJ down four thousand t/Ji ] also I of the versatility and assurance of,, We call attention to the Card of Mr. I. D HASnv condemnation cf their own course towards Mr. Polk. papers and Whig orators Lr the pniblicopinioio(
caries, an supplies of kind the writer.
:' of arm., and cne thousand more were found for officer', are dn'yfrce : but to avoid: I misapprehension i One 'trait is worth For tho first in another column, who} proposes to favor the To make Tailor President, would be to approve of this country ? These lead her to believe that w*

in tLe city, saying nothing of the sword, lan,. 1 or fraud., articles imported bJ I (time since the noting. good people of this city with specimens of his powers Polk's conduct with reference to the war. will soon stop the war ; and to these, we fnr.mat
of the
al he
: ce?, and very large tore! of f-hcll l, solid shot that I commencement war, as a Ventriloquist. Mr. II. i is a stranger to us be ascribed the honor of disinclining her to
cass 'Jfp be entered at the acceptour
custom the Dram "hl .
rsols speaks line and I : Opinions of an honest ,
; and powder. TLe great castle i is garrisoned house, and made with the o a a recognized II and we cannot therefore, more than refer to his advertisement offers of peace. There i is a heavy respcasibt'liij
arrangements his
I proclaims determination with The Penn. Post contains letter from
not lo treat Pittsburg ( ) a
: Ly thc : Anderson'4. ; but from Ihe Charleston resting upon those who have thus
following companies: Capt. collector for of duties the whole Evening misled tbe eneoy.
: payment on the Americans so long as their army is west of \'hr the Ihe Hon. II. M. BRECE EN RIDGE, (Whig) on the subject
:. Taylor's, and Lk'ut. Van of the we clip following notice of this gentleman -
et's to restitution! freedom I
Cp cargo subject from
) (or th'j Hravo.
he Las adroit
fen.tofurc never whose in Charleston of the Mexican war, in which the Judge takes Col. nancy.
: under the command Col. [ e1. dutof) such articles performances seem to
.t. -' artien. or the t.u/uP thereof as i led a line llrt This is a tall I i have strong and patriotic ground in favor of its vigorous: This gallant cffcer it i is
-1 ton. I 1GO guns mounted several of them I may !h sold to ofiicersor soldiers.! ti fill : placed him in the front rank of those who stated in the last New
; .: 03 pounders. Il i is a regular: bastioned woik cle: :or t":: uc to be certified and sworn to in a In : have actoni.hcd Inc native in tbesa exhibitions:: prosecution "a* the only sure way of bringing abouta Orleans Delta with a squadron ofdrascx-n..1 .
; another: passage he boasts that for three r .) JL ; f peace. The fellow in; is an extract fram the letter: of cannon frcm Capt. Tajlor's and
: with a fJcmi-Iune and covered way on the *ea manner satisfactory: to the collector and in fR. RDY,THE VENTRILOQUIST -Mr. Hardy battery a detailof
conformity days after the rattle, Gen. Taylor did not prct zi, his la-t in this There is nothing J left for but to tiieI freer the
( : tide. A sastquanhitvofarnmunnition! vasIurid ( with such he ( : specimen of\ttriloniHl city! us prosecute infantry 2d brsde;; started cut en a re*
regulations as may adopt L t j, n-nt himself the Mexican '. The, to-night, he leaves I war until Mexico shall be .
arm) a* ; to-morrow flr Glr eto\'n- willing lu enter into peace- connoissance
the .
d in the \voik. The Mexicans left their national under sanction of the commander I!I bc.c en 1st inst ,arid on the Cd the command
governor 1 probable that as Santa Anna's own I Theme person wh' desire to secant! hear something: I able negotiators! Some appear to t'Jnk that she Ii ,
pets behind in the. casile: and our troops of Vcra Cruz and dependencies. II, head was turned;! towards. San Luis Gen. really wonderful, are art.ised to take thra: opportunity : j would be most likely to re. ,taMish diplomatic rela- entered Antigua, 15 miles from Vera Crux

S .. S '. suffered much annoyance from them t last night ; 2. Oi provisions per cent ad valorem. lor behind him.Washingon. Tay as we feel) perfect 1 safe in saving that the ions, by OI'r withdrawing: cur fleets and armies. But I where there wcs a force cf 50 lancers, whom they

: I allude, of course, to flees and other vermin. On w ices, cider, ale and 15 was ventribopiiil and imitative powers of !Hardy are [ this would only be an experiment and night fa.il- charged, and captured 8-cne of whom was an c.
porter, per cent far b.-v end the and if it should fail work would hare
ordi-r. to
; i our
common bfgin
Santiago: !urt. that spiteful little place which ad valorem.On I cer. Before entering the town they had been told
again. This was done when Mr. Slidell landed at
; played M warmly upon intrenchtnenti, i is a all ether liquors' i;per cent ad valo Items. General Taslor-the Whigs. '"era Cruz, bat without success Can we place sufficient that Here were troops in the neighborhood and th*
t :' r beautiful l work, with nino guns in barbette, ( of Cammrrec. l-re1Uelcy-the confidence in Mexico, even after the most r i first indication of an enemy was their seeing them
There I
mcrtt of tbf fine English {pieces. In fact, rem.On cotton, 4 cents are indications that it is the purpose of mary positive and distinct assurances and still less without running through the stCeetx.cci. .
i I'a\ per veuimnni..tfl W.SISCTOrrill. whig to force this officer -f
presses dUtnguijhrd any such assurance ? For part I hue.uo
S mstoftlftirhestor3nannce i!of English tnanuf cihcr articles of The next packet that sails for will I pvr : ) Harney, says Ihe same paper had succeeded
r'rcLudizl percent the campaign of ISIS as a candidate for the Pres confidence either in the good filth: of her rulers, or
ciuret though they have fine pieces ad valorem. out I he by the most incredible exertions in tin
ore I carry intelligence t'I-' idency. Some cf them hare his in the stability of her government. What then is j mounting
I already name
r ,: laid in the Lnit'd States.Jen. i 3. .foreign vessels having arri\-ed I I Thl Americans Lave wen the brilliant batik head i to be done? I se no way but to retain the advantage whole of his regiment, and it now numbers SCOstrong
cf their
e\cr.t at the columns
conspicuously and
I t ( fv-GM ordered rations be i is- (1paf.er we already acd to prosecute the war on -,
". 10,000 to and) cl'n detention! before the I of Buena Vista against odds possess ana a nobler band of cavalier never went
great iI ;
occupa- has established! like circumstances
at Washington for the her territory as other wars under
I rued to nbc sufiering poor of Vera Cruz, and I I lion, are admitted; under the I That have taken the of len forth to battle.
foregoing regulations lil'mtkans city purpo-e of urging his claims It is known,hrwever, would be prosecuted, by ether nations. What is
I it was an affecting tcene to witnc3 the crowd I I ( ; but henceforth all foreign \' an i.xing i. Vera Cruz arid the formidable! Castle! of San I that thin movement has not the sanction of General there to prevent her from entering into negotiationsat

of Lalf.. mi hd crcatuies as they gathered 1 held subject to such duties said I : dUlua! once ? Pride-folly-but we were not too proud Colloquy.
wi1lJC as
0 Taylor,but is made against his wi=>he5. lie has I with Enzhnd the when the: John WellBill I
S.: timidly around to receive their reKpeclivechares. 'cfsfls : be required to in That the American have the sid to negotiate at moment understand you say that Santa,
wouc pay any part I I opened port I that he- has ambition for the hotfe At the the
rations will Mexicans. no office President ; war was >t. very moment signing Anna can lick us Americans.
as of c
S Thl'Sl the States: of Mexico to neutral trade
or to cubit Le'.rc' ad- : ; Ghent,t the British Commissioners
treaty supposed
.. : ally cat. last 5,000 people! at least four days. evidence and his good sense teaches him, that, whatever may Sill I think he can, if he can come with
jnNfeion of entry and payment of duties That the Americans have sen: a of and ours also that the British troops were in possession up
\ but it i is probable that riot: more than 1,000 will I in the United States ; but always subject. I ships laden with; provisions for starving fee b his, aspirations, the present is not the time for his Ir of Louisiana, and one of them observed to the Ihem.

.: partake of the provisions.: Thc city and castle ted to the additional duty hereby imposed. land ; and name to be brought forward. While his services maybe American You have reason lobe satisfied, for you I John-(Doublirg his fist and making up to BilL)
f in the he would: be have now regained Sew Orleans. This idea of falling
required prefer to I
were cxhansted It is dial fed Itf I want lo know at
provisions. whether
a ac. is made once. meant to
I hereby known to the consignees That American credit rises, at hom, in the on the Rio Grande, in the visionary hope of you say
teriuic of Mexicans that they never la) in of any and all goods entered at the custom face of larg" etpendil ires, and that the new undisturbed to fight the battles of his country. We I iuz Mexico to make peace, and then in case of coax-her; hat Santa Anna can whip us.

stores, but live frcin Land. to mouth.POSTSCRIPT. house at (his port, alter this date, that one-third 1 loan is taken at a rate above par. mistake his character very much, if he would be refusal, retaking Monterey and Tampico,and the valley .Bi//-(Getting quite alarmed,) Why I dont?ack.

part of tho duties on sail importations will be This be as much American news as m willing to be snatched from the theatre of his fame, !I oC the Rio Grand, would be like the fisherman l ly say that he can do it-cause why. he can't get Ip
: demanded wi where the whole country demands the benefit of his p I who after having one good haul, would throw back with 'em.
.' ,,' I,ATE It FROM ViitA CKCZ. in cash on the landing ofsaidoods, John cal digest t in one day. He will begin skill, energy and wiidom, and where he can do so 'I| the best fish into the sea,for tbp pleasure of retaking I

At an early hour the Lip Ar- \ and s'lflicient securil.given for the remainder, I to think that, after all, Brother Jonathan is I them! No: we have caught a Tartar, and we must
this.morning much lo maintain her honor and advance her TR17E.-A
b ; I \HiyMc in off tho glory, master him he will few days since a countryman, resident
three ,
t Hilliardarrived from Vera Cruz \ : months, at Vera a chip old! block.It or master us.
laM4 Capt. : Ciuz. will be is to be made Ihe candidate of a P\RT. He i is no in our sunny State, called at a bar room in this
BOld required, and I singular (enough that the news of the snug
Hiiliard 6\e days. have Through.the letters 10J! tencss if Cap(tt. I j sccuriU must be given, for the goo fall of the city and castle should arrive here on parly-man-least of all, a whig party-man ; and, New Port Sulphur Springs.We city and whilst there saw a gentleman drink a glass

.{ the 2J in'l., we We cannot make Mr. Kendal his t lo the duties! on a1 'Jirdilpalpntof payable! the last day fixed for the reception of proposals while I the war lasts t,, his sense propriety and duty, call attention to the advertisement of W. G.DAUCHERTYwhich of lemonade, with ice in it. He eyed Ihe lump of

letters, but subjoin the f room of or Gen. I to the collector the port of Vera Cruz, appointed : for the loan lo carry on the war. and his elevated patriotism, will induce him to discourage will be found in another column. ice for some time with great intent-at length asking

; following copy every to associate his name with The New Port Sulphur have been assured, what it took hold of it sad
Scott's orders upon the Capture the cily, and by Maj. Gen. Worth, now governor of It is generally remitked that, after all, our attempt any Spring we was turning it over,
said party movement. great medicinal virtue and has I then said to tire Please m* I
also the tariff of d'Jtie instituted by General I city.'l'be troops are di.aploinled in their expectation of possesses wroughtseveral bar.keeper : give
Worth. We shall have more to tomorrow collector chIne port will draw up and 1 a fight ; ( Scott must be much I That it is a party movement is very evident.. No cures in complicated cases, and alleviated I small piece to put in my pocket to carry home to
., t.boutthis tariff. bay, submit for appro'.3Ipolt regulation, which, chagrined at the want of an opportunity to Im m one will suppose that the wbig would be so ready others of a less obstinate character. On a recent I shew my wife and children none of whom, nor t

.... ..: Mr. us: that the last when apprort'c, enforced. fight himself into (the Presidency. There has I to blazon their columns name for President, visit to the Spring,we were informed of a gentlemanfrom either, ever saw any thing of this kind before.

o ,: Kcndal capital. ,write indicate that the dissensions reportsfrom I is decreed that foreign goods in de- been so little loss, on his side, that he cannot 11 they did not believe he also was a whig. I is not I South Carolina who had tested the virtues of Relief for /lInd.-W'e learn from the MaD )-

: poite in the United SIteurrivilg this take a feather out of General Taylor's for his talents or character, they select the man-it t the water, and received as it weie, instantaneous
are not terminated.: Santa Anna is Raid port
S. Journal that the of dollars coaIributed -
,' to have allied himself with the of Farias I will 'be admitted, by pacing duties a! per tar though he may elongate his own very cap I is for his.devotion vvhiggcry, cliques and faction relief. lie had. five years previous, been afflicted I mery sum fifty in was Lowade*

'. and to be determined to party the the iif of the United States, the same arriving at I plume. A course dictated by such narrow views does him with that painful and, in nine cases in ten, fatal disease by the negroes of a planter
tupport war
:,"_. ..' expense of the church. this port in American bottoms. great Jjtti.; and will, no doubt, be regretted by! the dropty. After undergoing a surgical open county for the relief 01! the distressed ia Ireland03 -

1' A Guadalajara the The forgoing regulation to be in force until We have been obligingly furnished with a himsdf as much as any one. He it the man of Swhalecountry ation, which gave him some respite he was attacked I YK5.
S { .: paper publishes terms I The number of killed and wounded at
.4; offered by our Goverr.mrnt for peace through, otherwise' directed by ihe governor for the copy of a handbill secretly circulated. in the and -ot of any party; and if it be with a dizziness of the head, and so severely,that he Cruz were-in the 10 killed and 47 .

.t, Alocba. The principal: one was in britffiftcen time being or the odcr of the Government t American camp before Vera Cruz, tho dayafter found that his POLITICAL equals his MILITARY sagacity could not stoop forward without falling as if knocked In the navy S were army killed and wounded.

:I millions to be paid :Mexico. for the line of 20 of the United Scttes. the ludin;. \c give it cl punclualimct I the whole country, and not any party, will I over. In this condition, be commenced the use of

;A ; degrees from the gulf .to the pacific, and the W. WORTH, Governor, / as a curiosity. The writer was I call it in requisition. the sulphur water,and,in three day, as incredulous CAPTURE OF ALVARADO. :

Brevet Maj. Gen. Com'dg. not more incorrect in use of the English Some whig papers do not sustain the movement as it he entirely tree from giddinessin *
:. U. States to demand expenses of the war. tlC may appear was This place has (alien into our posse***
: W. J. McCLUXEY, language, than in his appreciation of the American The Savannah Republican, by no means deficient in the head
I J. f : These expenses arc estimated at thirteen millions !! ; and, in seven days he left New Port, without bloodshed. \

z '. 'i ." ." making! a total of twenty eight millions! Commander U. S. Navy. character."eraruz party zeal,administers a proper rebuke to those I p0- pronouncing himself so far as he could judge from We are indebted to the Mobile Herald*

for the territory north of 26 degrees. to the honest men In the eumy' camp. utica! hucksters" who would make capital out of his feelings,as well as ever be was in his life !-Thisis Tribune for a news slip, announcing the a-

.1w. : ..:: FROM TUfPfCO.-WC have a letter from You are brought here to mike us an unjust Tajlor'i victories. We copy its whole article: not the only instance related to us; but it will suffice telligence.The .

HEAD QcAKTEnt OF TIE ARMY, } Tarnpico brought by the Alabama. Thoughwe war, and have come deceived for the peopleyou .GE:. TAYLOR AND THE PRESS.-We have received to direct public attention to the Wakulla Spring.Mr. St. Marys, Commander Sand was

Pt VERA Cnn, March 30, 1347. $ have no news of events in it, yet we learn have to contend wiTh, is not that you are daily paper the first established number at of the National with Whig, a new DAUCHERTT, having charge of the Hotel in seven days from Anton Lazardo to FensacoU- .
p. General Ordcit, Ab. SO. that they manage to keep continually on the told it is, in the UnitedStates.We Ta.lor. name for President Washington, heading its Genera. New Port is kind and attentive and does really exert The Mobile Herald slip says that the R ,

T : The capture of this \\iell fortified city, the qui tire in expectation of a combined attack are strong and desirous to measure our think the zeal of some of our friends outruns himself for the comfort of those who visit his Marys brings despatches from Com. Perry.-

.5 : emporium of Mexican pommerce, with the and rc'oI although nobody can with certainty arms with your's. Come, do come near us their discretion in thin ratter,and object most tren- house. She has a great number of her crew sick.

,.A:, j. Castle of San Juan de Ulloa, the enemy's principal say i is any hostile force within 250 and you will have a doubtess. prof You Gen.uously Taylor's to the policy name at or this propriety time of draggin forward By another letter we learn that that portioaof

fortress, with 0,000 prisoners and as miles of the city. The rumors probably ori. can't expect other relut your imprudent while he is engaged in fighting the party batles purs "Give them more Grape !" the fleet which was sent to attack Alvarada.

'; .i many stands of arms, 400( pieces of ordnance ginated in the anxiety on the part of the volunteers enterprise than to under the severe in. whole country. Whig and alike, must Every saying or sentiment uttered by General Taylor had proceeded to Tutpan, and there

..i. S and a large quantity ordnance stores, bate and citizen soldiery there to have a flue nee of this climate. Yellow fever which hare in the national renown which hi .iclorie have during the progress of the Mexican war,bas been doubt, it has by this time, capitulated. Tb*

: I added to the glory of Americans acquired elsewhere brush with the enemy. has already begun, one after one will cary insured hucksters for should their not common be allowed country to make and capital political out admired for its emphasis, terseness, and brevity. The Mobile Register says-We have conversed -

j in this war, arid cannot fail to contrib away all of you very soon without a comfort, of them. That he will be made President by the universal Like those of Cxsar. they will become signal words with an officer of the St. MirTh from

ute powerfully to an curly much de- FROM TIlE BRAZOS.-Gen. Taylor'i return having for a grave the ardorous sand now un. acclamation oft grateful peoplewe entertainnot for the warrior, and the historian will record them whom we learn the following[ gratilyi0! Pr"

-I. tired by the United *pac-s 10 SaltiUo.-Tho Alabama touched at the Bra dcr your feet a doubt ; but it i il (in our opinion) both indelicate with admiration as the voluntary effusions of a patriotic ticulars of the capture of JUvarado by L'

tsr.: .' .1 ,These Important achievements: have e&tab.liihed zos but remained there but an hour. No mail But we have our arms open t receive all ofyou didate and at uncalled the for,time to parade which him a a party can soul engaged in the prosecutioa of a "just Hunter, commanding the steamer Scourge.-"*

f 9 .; ;. a new base and opened a shorter and was put on board but we received a private a friend, for we know that many honest disgust. the old present Hero whose modesty can, u only was fend once to and necessary war." From our informant we learn that on the mgoflhe .

1'. J ..:,f better line of operations upon the enemy's cap. letter from a friend by private hands. By this people, is amongst you no matter the religious said.. of Washington, is only equalled by his bravery. But, it is really mournfully amnsive. and sadly 2d insL the steamer Scourge appeared
it 1 ital and centr.eefresourcs. we learn that Gen. Taylor has returned to Sal- creed, we are all Christian, we are aU brothers, We were sorry to observe that the New Oi leans instructive to see the way in which the Great Op- before the town and fired two guns, whea I**

The General.in.chiefLongratulates( the ar. tilio after in vain pursuing Urrea. He could I and we are all the creatures of thn tame heav. fallen Bulletin into and this several of of our Northern frienl had also ponenlt of the War, most complacently appropriateto H. summoned the authorities to surrender.-
judgment, the
3 4L ? :. : my he baa the honor personally to command not reach him, though be was once close upon enly Father. Come to us a friends, and you enthusiasm which deeds such u his by apt natural themselves the doings and sayings of Gen.Taylor. The Mexicans wanted time, which Lieutentfl

upon this brilliant openin of a new campaign him near. Marin. Gen. .ralor'. force con. will see, and you will know by glad eJpri. kindle in all generous minds." a t The Savannah Republican an intelligent and respectable Hunter refused to grant, threatening **

s.ndtcndcrs' on parttofthe! United States, stated of about 1000 men, of whom only 150 ence, that the mexicans are not at 1 will item strange to those who know what contempt whig print. in aUuding to some trifling advantage same time, that if the demand was nrt tnU *

immediate thanks to all tlto corps-regular and wee cavalry. savages, half barbars that you were a old in the whigs affect to have for popular enthusiasm gained by its part in two or three of the ly complied with he would immediately enter

f1- I volunteer, including a detachment of marines The impression at the mouth ,of the Rio the will find frankness that they should always b s quick to avail Eastern States, exclaims with affected enthusiasm, 3,000 troop who were ia the neighborhood

a under Capt. Edsom-wfcich formed the line Grande wa that Gen. Taylor would push on and true generosity, and true happiness living Ihemehe o it, (or party purposes. In their opinion "oivc THEM" (the Democrats-the only legitimate to enter and batter it down. The authonWJ

j p,f1A of iDyelment and prosecuted the l.iege i to its i to San Luis. This is inferred &00 his ord r. with us, you will find plenty and productive i is but another name for popular error. Yet, supporter oWns war,)"onrc TIICM MORI CJLAPB. yielded, when Lt. Hunter took possession a

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V )lafded Midshipman with fire men, while tbe Lorenzo Dow.-Verily, he was a curious Ice-Hotue. UNTED: STATS ARMY. : MOBENEWGOODS. --
1: tewrre pi"Wkd up the riTerifo* small townt citizen, that same Lorenzo. What Coleridge THE lee.Hos will be opened rrrry morning :

caM Tlacalalpan, M hich was:also surrender. says iu one of his pictures, of the superannuated .excelled) from G to 61 o'clock,where RecruitingService..
NOW receiving Gen from New
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i. L. H. without eichangipj: a ahoU chamois of Switzerland would have especially ice can be bad at 4. cents per pound; and at J. I the UOPnS A' p i \Vit
jj to Fortune's, store,after that honr, at 5 cents per lb. WANTED, lo UNIT SATE AR. ARE now receiving the balance of their Sprin YorkthefoUowxsgviz1Printed
3rd inst. Gen. Quitman arrived applied to Dow. When } Organdie i
the ,
fairly *
po Oa cnga- Tickets arc issued and sold at his store for C Ib*. BDIED ME Sok.among which are a variety of new It)tn
, with the troops and Com. Pefry with all the ged in exhortation," he would foam at the of ice, each. anJ 35 years, being feet 3 inches high; ofgoodcharackrarsj of dr ; with a large and extensive stock of! Lawns.

,311 vensls! of the squadron-;but they found mouth like a wild bull of Dasham, insomuchthat N. B. The Ice-House will be qpened every Saturday their ( o| None respectable .taDdiD among all kinds Staple and Dry Goods. Scarfs Gingham and Lawn Shawls. _

ler the At eaican i flag.- sometimes it would float in flsk evening at fi 1 o'clock, for the accommodation of now.ritiZn. need enter
the, p'aee already un the service, bttho who are determined HAT Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons, .
. About: 803 Mexican toldiers belonging to the -.--M tJown his beard that downward ,went those blanket wishing, and the it on loss the over Sabbath.night i isvery It keeps wel. ina honestly and faithfuly. the period of tbeir losone enlist- Gentlerian'. Spring style, of hats; a new and beautiful Silk Mitts an Gloves
*. Hi skirts went viz: .' warwith article. Grass .&e..( sale
two post*, weN. prisoner garment unto. April 'It'47. 40 'during lh Mexicoor (or &C r bY
. \Veleara that D. Hunter had been placed Among the ready retorts for which he was I the ter.of fiwyeors, as the recruit may elect. I BOOTS AID SHOES. LLOYD* Jt ..G

of orders in I Payof4rtillyand1nfaIrSezdi ,,and of Dra. Ladies' Philadelphia) made Shoes of every descrip- Apn1.1s1. 37 St
for disobedience entering famous is which
. uD er arn'st! one some of our readers may Notce.A goons and Riflemen, when on foot tion. Gentleman's Patent Leather and D'Orsay Gai.

.'If the port Alrarado.. : Although he have heard before and forgotten, while many, LL persons in estate of James Lynch, Sergjt Major Quartermaster .at, Chief Musician ten; with a GEJfERAL STOCK of other kinds Mastodon Cotton Seed.

t. mar hare violated some rue military eti. djiibtlcs, have never heard it at all Happening deceased, late of Marion County, Florida, are and ChiefBugler. each : per month $17- of SHOES and 100 BUSHELS genuine Scs4.for sale at SI 24

-a 'e. yet vre opine that his punishment ill! in his tra'cls-f\Jr he was evermore on hereby notified to male payment to the subscriber; per First annum, 5years,gl020. B.F per bushel.
. qtJe and demands said Sergeant nf a Company,per month SI ft T
all those having against estate, per
be )light. : the mote-to be at Delhi, N. York, he stopped will them the annum, SIW-for 5yearsyCO. Sofas and Divans, April 10. IRCHE'LNDEBDGE
Mr. Kendall writes (on 5th nt.) that the [ for the night at tne ho'el of a Mr. Bush, the time present required by law same, or they duly atfste'ilhin Ordnance Sergeants, per month SIS-per an- Marble Top Bureaus, 1S1.

squadron had returned to Vera Crtrz. the chief Boniface of the village, a round oily recoiery NIEL FERGUSON. bare. mm $2J; 'j-for 5 years, $tOSO. Marble Top Wash-stands, Just Received.

Capt. Mayo has been left as Governor man, with a ruby nose, and atheistical principles. Crystal River, Benton Co., April 24, IS-. JO 2m for\1 years other, Sergeants$iaO.Corporals p. mo., $13_ p. ann .$153- Marble Wardrobes/Bedsteads Top Centre Tables, 500 COPIES SACRED HARPS.

of the town with a small! force, while Capt. In the course of the evening, the colelrated : per month $9-per annum, $109-for a great variety of ROCKING,and other CHAIRSsome 100 "" Southern.Hanuooy.

Taltnall, in the Spitfire: has pono farther up General Root then of the New York : :years, $540.Buylers new and handsome patters ; with a general variety of ICi') and hu Marshall f.ITeadley's .

the river to look mat the dtrcnttovns.- Legislature, dropped in,and being of I the same per month $3-per annum, $90-for : Grocery,Had-INlt. Crotlt and frostware.Tallahassee Lardner's Napoleon Lectures, in two .
complete volumes
$4So.Musicians April 4t 37.
I leant that Gen. QuitmirTt brigade return to i mind with Mr. Bush, they b-an to quiz Dow years month 151. Anthob'*, Jacob'. r. ,
per annum,
morrow. A great number ofcaanon and other with might and main. Finally, Gen. Root, year $15.Farrier. per -.i.-for 5 Staple and Domestic Goods.A Frost's American Sp.lf Flon' Inttrrter. 6Cai
mine Saucer .
military stores were captured at il>arado, for determining to gi\e him a puzz.r! said : Blacksmith. per month $11-i r GENERAL assortment junt received and for sale Hardware Paper,&c., for sale ,

there were no less than seven f>rts and batteries II *. Yen talk a good d *al abo'it Heaven : pray annum, 132-for 5 years, 4.O. -Ti. b L. &H. GREENBERG a CO. April 10. 1547. 3S P _A.by HAYWARD.

on the water side. It fcaidj'hat: Corn. giie Mr. Bush and myself a description of it. WASHITCTOV. COUNTV, Gi Jan 5th, Ib47- 5 years Artificer, SO.*, per month 11-per annum, 132-for April 3. lSl7. 47 Court. ,

Perry has brought off en ry thing ofa1ue' andI 1.\ man who sees it in dreams and trances as Dr, Calvin E. Hull :-De.it Sir :-It has l heet "Privates per month $7-per annum, $S4-for Groceries.'A Just lllls'rtc't ice t District.Lmn County.

trust the report may be true. often as you profess to do, ought to describe itperfectly. about three sears since I commenced) usinzjour Vegetable yrars $-1211 : FULL assortment jus received and for sale by TIE hold their( Court on the second Monday

." Fever and Acne and Ant-ll\er PIlf on my Pay of Dragoon and Riflemen, when mounted.Seraeant L 3 GREENBERG &CO. in April. Return net day 2nd April.
'I Plantation. I have had a cases of 3. Joh
April 1547. 37
The Matamoras Hag gives the following lum ( Major Quartermaster &'r Chief J. W. Sherwood
Wilson. and Robert
Well, gentlemen, said D.w, I can describe Chills and Fever, and some few of Uillious Fever, J I f'lf Er1H. tb
Musician and Chief
'. : fSugler.each. per month, $17- ministerial officers of Court. Under I
incident of the battlefield -ta.-
I it, but I must do it briefly. Heaven and in no instance of either form of Fever have I' $201 for Staple Goods
annum H120.
per years of the
Magistrate's there will be but
The heroes of it are the icutern MisM! ipi-; embraces vast extent territory the air is known our Pills to fail effecting a cure, when the First Sergeant of OSNABURGS. collecting
I a ; a Company. per month, SIC- 10 BALE COIO: docket, which will be under the direction of a rna-
anal under Co]. Jeff. Pan's, and the heroicuct i! clear and wholesome! the country smooth: and directions were followed and they were taken at the per annum $H.-or :years $WO.Serceants Shirtings, jnrity of the undersigned Justice. Each oflict r will
is onquellcd in the annals of warfare, and I commencement of the disa t. I have had greater per ,13- annum,$15G-for 2 u Sheeting, held for tbe J
level ; there isn't a Rae or a Bash in it, and success in curing the Chills and FC'cr with the abo'"enamP per 2'. Brown Drill, for sale br b responsible papers put in his hand.
although no act could udJ to the reputation of i 5 scars, 57O. ftr colectiun Office, for present,at the Court I
there never will he ) Pills than with any other rjcdicme I have month LLOYD FLAGG. th
'Corporal. per ,$10- annum,$ &
this gallant! regiment, it serves to show the used in my farrilv. There is no doubt what per I2-for JoU .
------ hit v"ars ("" April, IS 17. 37 StNails C. .P.
stuffthcy are made of. Drs. Bennett, ofCen- I Prllfcr.f.The Delta has the following : when used accorlnig; to direction, they will effect a : .I.'IlgIr" per month, $9-per annum, $105-for 3 E. n\RTLE.. J.J. P.

ington, Ky.i anJ Carson,of Pott Gibson, :\Ii s., I "The following inciJ'nt goes to illustratethe speedy and radical cure. years, = '). &c. EDWD. M. WEST J. p.

atodJ sponsors" all of vhiclr they saw, and I great numerical force of the printers in Yours, with EMANUEL re"r>0rt, BROWN. Farrier and for rackmitl,per month,$11-per annum rrpr/ O Trace KEGS Chains NAILS, April 314. 37 I
; $1"5.J- Syears. ftti ko.
part of which they were : the army. Gen. Scott, on a recent occasion, For sale in Tjlhria's bv Private, per month, $>- annum, :>J-for 3 Colni' and Simmons'xu., Flour.O .
.* Thc Mississippi regiment under com- j wanted to hate some general orders printedat LEWIS &. AMES, Sole Agents. .%'cars S-l1-! per Just for tale by Rochester Flour, for sale by

ratad of Col. Jefferson Daxis-coated itself o.Tr given tim" lie sent directions to the April 21, 1SI7. 4') 2t Ab .uttv of TWELVE DOLLARS will be paidto LLOY&FLAGG. 3 B.\RRES LLOYD FLAGG.

with immortal glory. Original!}, it num. office of the Tampico Sentinel to hate them each recruit enlisted for Ihe.fr/i7/fry. Infantryor April3, IS47.- Ct April 3, 1947. 27 3t S

bered 930 some odd, but eud,lenty transferred I done. lie Wl. told f.hat inconsequence of the New Store and New Goods, mounted tegimenls: Also, OE HUP.DHIP AXDHXTV For sale by Lloyd Flag, j .
ACRE OF LIKD, or$10j, on b honorably A Sheriff's Sale.
from the comforts and genial' atmosphere of i scircity of hands the work could not be accomplished. In l'ir lart brick rJifirf, on Fir rornrr of .Monroe diicl.anred.Hes iiig I f\ BARRELS 1S3G (Winchester) .
Whiskey. Y virtue of a writ of lien facias issued (
borne., t. the alm! \.t'rticaI5I1n of Hrasos Isb:1J.last lie then 0-1 morning parade ordered and .1c Cariky streets, opposite E. lja-nnrifs. 'dc s monthly pay, as above stated, one JLU 2 Pipes Brandy, B the Clerk's office of the Si.perior Court for rom th I
Sfureandnrai'tlie mId \he.Ua"ict
August, diseasa In ade fri htfilJ ra\- !' all printers to step forward three paces from Drug. Court ration per hay is allowed every soldier, which is 2: Cie Claret Wine Count!of Le ,nMiddle Duiric of Florida,wherein

ravages among its mn. What it lost in this j ranks, when several humlred men-all printers Ilijufe, will be found, ampI[ \ sJlTicient for his subsistence-also, a large A 0 Casks London Porter quarts and pints the Union Bank of Florida is plintif and.BenjaminF. Jj
1 Cask Jamaica Rum,
A GENE".4"RTI NT O' supply ol romlortable and central c.thing. Gw Allen Adm'r. of R.C. i is defendant .
in with the killed at Monterey !
conjunction obced the ordi-r Alen decnt.
way April 1S47 37 5t
and fuel all
Fancy, Silk ami Maple Dry Goods quarters are at times furi.htd; e\t- I have levied upon, \poj3 for sale,
and those discharged in consequence of, Bonnets, Hats, Boots and Shoe*. H.thure. ry attention will be paid to making those men who Just ReceivedAND before the Court house door, in the town of Mon. .
wounds, reduced it to considerably less than The Arab is great and admirable in the Wood, Willow, Crockery and Stone Ware, mav enli.t.and are dtf'rmJ'd to serve their coun- ticello, on the first Monday in i May next, within le- !
f ur hundred strong. With this diminished !' hour of death. I have: seen many Arabs die, Glass Ware, Groceries, XP., try'in good faith, comfortable and contented with FOR SALE BY LLOYD &FLAGG gal h< urs,the following described to wit:

force, (weakened btill more by th extraction but never did I see one beg his life or utter an ItC\IV. :MADC CLOTHING, their situation.. The best medical attendance is ale Loaf Sugar, Crushed Sugar. TheS5uthJofSec.il, 1 lrll'cllI. t
ways prond for the ick ldurs; and no deduction Powdered do. Soap and Starch ;The: North k of Section 14, I !
of the Tombigbee and Carroll county companies I! unmanly complaint. When his hour is come CONSISTING 01 TiE FOLLOWING: of pat i!made during th,period he ii unable Candles atd Oil, 10 boxes scaled Herring Tbe EotheSE4oSec.lO J fln T I. R *r S dE'

which guarded Gen. Tailor's tent,) this he recommends his soul to Mohammed and Lidiea', Diel and Muslins, in dre;s pattern to perform 1m.. duty Should the soldier! be disabled! Old Java Cofee. Laguira Coflee, TheEJoftheNE4cfSec.l5J

skeleton, raiment sustained,.and with im. '1 dies.-Stevens. Tar It on, Organdee and Painted Muslins, in the line of his duty, the laws provide a pension Rio Choice chewing Tobaccoes. Levied upon a the property of said defendant,and

Dense slaugtcr, a charge of three times their : --- -- ----- Hook, Mull, S"ioi and Jaconet d.)., for him. April, IS 17. 37 5t to b bold to satisfy. said writ of fieri facias..
ar Marriage is, at all times, a perilous! experiment l'ain. barred and Ilripl| Cambric. By the above it is seen that the pay and allowances SMITH SIMK1NS SberiO- j
of Santanna's best lancers. I Hoots Shoes and Leather
numder ,
own are respectable and that, with and I ,
hut Foote defines it for White and! blark larlton )Muslin, prudence April 1547.
The lancers first bore down Upon one of the as bobbing a lilack Crape blank l Itarige, economY, the monthly pay ol the soldier may bf bid I I hand and made to order cheaper than ever ::
__ O
Indiana rt'girnents-w forget which one- ,!! single eel in a barrel snakes, Shocking Green Bauezc, mack Ldce and IxjTc '"ells, up-3 every thing requisite for his comfort and con- before ofere in this city. Call and see, and SCLFIIUK SPRENG, 1

and dispersed it. The Mississippians i enueavored Ginghams; fairv and solid colours, ven'encc is flrni"hed' by the Government, including we will you that home manufactures are the NEWPORT WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. t taTH
I OO: Notice.-The; Kev Mr. DUELL, intending Earifge and Miitlm I embroidered Shaw Is, his suiar and coffie The prudent soldier, therefore cheapest. The attention of Planters is invited to a E subscriber would
to rally them, but before they could do Do and Silk Scarfs, ,mav' readilv sate from $120' to during his very superior article of Negro Shoes for one dollar most respectfully! it J
so, were in turn thermchcs! charged. Col I soon to It'athe State, will preach his farewell scr- Farcv silk Handkerchiefs enlistment ofrc years; and at S 1-2 expiration of made 01 the best mateual-j, and warranted not to rip, inform his friend and the public, that ., f
Davis, contrary to all custom, instead of forming mon in the Presbyterian Church in this city,on Sabbath Linen Cambric the term he can, if he chooses, purchase a small Prices for other kinds of work will b found to cor and is i occupies to accommodate all who HOTEL

in a hollow stretched out his iiiei J next, at half pa-t 1O) o'clock, A. M. Do. do. IMkfs, plain 1t'm-stitcle andembroidered farm in any of &e vvertern States, and there settle respond Repairs of Boots and Saddles and to test prepare of may the. t
Sulphur Water during
square ensuing
==_ : .- :--:.c-c------ --=- him'If comfortably on his own land fur the rest of Harness,at short notice. Harness of every quality : ;
in tbe form of a crochet. The lancers came I season.A
his life. made to order.
RARE AMUSEMENTSAt Bhck and fncv coloured Kid ,
up at a rapid gallop, but so perfect! astonished Silk inctal-c: and velvet Work Glo\Pockets. The um (.f TWO DOLLARS will be paid to any \:. H. M'MILLAN. convenient bath-house was built over one of our i
1 springs last and another house for the
,'as not only his chief officer, but his men, ho City Hotel.forllirccCvciilngs, luck: white and fancy coloured silk Mitts, CITIZEN, itun-eommunoned officer or soldier, who Quincy, April 3, IS-27. 37 of year the;Ladies) will erected( accommodation the- I

at so strange a mode of receiving a charge ol April 24th, 26th, and 27th. i White and black t wistik! Gloves, shall bnnsrto the rendezvous an able bodied recruit, Ice Cream Freezers. Spring. b during I"
who shall he enlisted. The should
cavalry! that they involuntarily halted. Fora \/1It. 1 J. n hARDY, the celebrated Natural Ven- Lisle Ediinc, Muslin FJ;ines and Inserting, regularly citizen SALE the Tm SHOP Ice Cream These Baths can b used at all limes, are never
his recruit to the Lieutenant and at Freezer
Black silk Lace, 1 to S in. wide present or Captain
itnloquist and .American Magician, FOR overflowed, and the of the water s
seconds the unruffled respectfully properties are
few Tubs the
they gazed upon not to the Sergeants. various sizes. to set I
and Laces
Thread and Bobbin Edging RecruilinJ Alo.
n.lorins the Ladies .,nd Gtntleiiitn ol Tallahassee beneficial invalids those of snlphur springs
of the riflemen to them R. S HAYWARD Fieezer in, which quantity of ice than ,a
countenances opposed and Sun-shades
Parasols, ,
that be will on the aWe named evei.nigs. Lave the P.r. olrlf.'s. in the State. It is not dCmt necessary here tocit.
but feeling there was no time to Jose, the or. honor oi oflcnnj lor their amusement l.n nottl and China straw aoJ fancy 1Iu9lil Bonnets Recruiting Officer.RrcHriTi the wooden tubs.Talahuee. 37 cases or'give rom,visitors who have tried

der Adilatc !'"[forward] was pompously! giv.en. interesting (exhibition, consisting Ventriloquism, Mis,('China and do do., >c Rrvprzvous, ? April 3,1547. them.
Tallahassee, 9, a
The crochet \\asfilled in an instant ; and f Mimicry', and Natural Magic, together with a croupeof lk>rmct Ftowt-rs and Ribbons, April IS-i. J Notice. In addition to the usual fare at country Taverns,

wheeled their horses with Iancei beautiful Mechanical Fio rCi. For particulars, Lutestring Ribbons assorted, months after date, the undersigned, Executor the Wakulla Hotel will b regularly supplied with
just as they Fancy coloured velvet Neck Ribbons
fee bills of he; da\ SPRINGJ3OODS.BETTON SIX Green Turtle,Fish and Oysters,and every attention
set on botb prongs, tbA intrepid :\tissis'iip- ,AprilI, b1'72'" ') It mad and \hilt silk hose, ( the last will and testament of Benjamin paid to the comfort of visitors.To .
pi Colonel, standing in bide the fork, called White, brown blue, and slate col'd ditto A: HIGGS Chaires, deceased vouchers, late of Leon the County Hon present of gentlemen fond of hunting and fishing this i
hu and
accounts Judge
Ml,"Boys.Jirc' and atlhcm rill uurinirrs'" I DR. J. H. SCALES, Feather Mist' white aflJ and brown painted) Fans do. do.. ARE now receiving per Gen. Wilson, an elegant bate. of Leon County, and make application for Pro letters neighbrho affords an unfailing supply of game and
paper of Spring and Summer Goods,viz ; wishing to bring their childrenhere ,
with the crack of the : of dismission as Executor aforesaid. parents I
Simultaneously sharp Pink, white, scarlet straw, and blue Florence, French Berages, there is a good school and di\if service every
rifles, a deafening shout went up, and bowie- returned to this ciU., may lie lotind at Long Lawn, Irish men, Linen Sheeting, Satin stripe do. JOSEPH CHAIE Executor. Sabbath day.
knireg and revolvers flashed in the direction 'I' HAVING rooms at J. L. I t'n lh's. His stay will Linen Table, damask Rich Ombrie do. Leon County,April 3,1S7. GmExecutor's The subscriber has good stables for Horses and at. *

of the lancers. Strange as it seem, beotly for two weeks. and those ,;i-bing Dental operation Linen Napkins lird! 's-eve Diaper, Linen Dowlas, Plain and Plaid Black do. .entive servants.
may manyof I will ;please call in that time. Ladies] as R'J !ia I.apt'r. Crash and Huckerback Toweling Plain Mode, Blue and Pink do. Notice. W. G. DAUGHTERY.Newport. .
the lancers were actually dragged from i usual,Wditeil I Ip'.n at their residences.Ajnl 6 to brtwn and bleached Cot. Sheeting Black and colored Balzarines and Marqtiese. persons who have any demands against the Florida, March 22, 1S47. 36
tbeir horses and stabbed! to death. In this I 21. 1-.I7. 4J' 2t Col'd Cambric, white and brown Holand. Printed Muslins and Lawns, ALL of George E. Weaver deceased, will |

unusual maaner this splendid! body of horse ; .' .
men were beaten back. Ca< t. Eusis of htdragoonssas By the President of the United Dress and Furniture Do do Robes, CHAS. M. WELLS and ARTS .
States. Cru"I 1, of number shade. Plain do do S. R. MALLORY, TTAVING taken Rooms at Banner '
this achievement is unparalellcd. Tape, Needles. Silver Tbimbl( Fancy Binding, Organdic Muslin, !I Executors. JLL ticello, FU., very respectfully tenders his services I

Whether it is owning to the native daring of Number, various kinds fancy silk Trimmings, Swiss, Book and Mu1 do Key West, April 10, 1S47. :* &t to those who desire faithful and accurate Likenesses If.
the men, or wear Worms Worms to posterity indellible mementos of the past.
their Colonel's spirit: we leatn every bod)' to Rich Berage Shawl Worm!
coloured Cottons. Likenesses warranted ]
Fancy His to Price
are please.
draw their own conclusion. It is due to the Black do bane of childhood, the certain precursor i

3d Indiana regiment to that they were at": _'Pretty an-l Fancy _.lssorlnzentMetis' Superior Silk Scarfs, THE many dangerous. diseases it allowed to re Monticello. March 27.181. 3 I
fay Heady Iadc Clothiu Black Beraje do main long in tbe human system in great numbers. Just Received.
tenvards brought up tosupport the Missiasip- ; Ladies WJ.He and superior Kid Gloves. .
HATS, UMBRELLAS JcC. olore of Children annually from dozen. Bay ley's new patent gold pen in sc t
pi regiment!, and fought xaliant.1 : I do do da Silk do Thuand ONE
Patent and Cal Boots, sewed and pegged Silk and Gingham Umbrellas, Worms. cases f
Calf Bootee, do. do. do. Parasols Parasolettes Bonnet Ribbons assorted The season is now at hand when they be- 1 dozen Washington Gold Pens l
Singular, if true, and capi'Jl if no!.-The I dos Steel Beads, Purse Rings, and Tassels. !
and troublesome to children.
Fa>hioniMc IVaver Leghorn Hats Fun Shades.While come most I
following from the Cincinnati Morning Herald Steel Clasps (or Bags,
takes the shine in the 'localterns" I TN pursuant* of law t. J\MC< K rOLK. Prtsi- Mens', and Bo)*' Palm lat!. and Black Silk Jf. Dr. Woodruff's Worm Specific Shaded Silk for Purs &c.,Gold Thimbles, -
'I I eittitcl lilt i.iut t ti Statiul \ .,Ira, do h<'nl>yoe Cotton Ginghams and Umbrellas. Slate, lflackWhite. Mixd Hose and half Hose, safe and efficient remedy for Worms. Try it.- Gold Studs a great variety of silver Head Orca-
) line we hare seen for many a day. It a '. ', klI, thai, "ail'sIll) be Hard Ware.Mill Irish Linens, I: and the
< ire and! mI wn public is as good the best, cheap as ments Picture Frames with glass'
a cheapt.
is rich, decidedly : I ti-ld at the idf-nx-.ittoned! Land tfco> ill the cross-cut, hand, ke\'. tenant and woo Saws, Brown Linen Drillings, Mr. Joseph Shipley, of Muscogee Co.. Elastic Bill-holders. Gold Silver and Perforated '

As a gentleman! was passing along! Filth &t., STATE UK I rL',i.HJ..t the |{'enou* bt.uinaUtrdesi % Augersfil<- ,ehit'lj and braces,with Lil,as >rt'd. do Damasks do and and Cotton Drillings. brought away 20J Worm from ;'negro child,belonging Papers 20 gross assorted new Pens Gillotts.

iiate l, to wit ,late stork, pad!, trunk, Table Napkins, him short time. Tanners of Mexico
be passed a place here some !J('}'s ere pa! ). Knob | chest cupboaid Towelinz, to in a Also. new Map
I the Land OtFice Sr Ar&rrriM., Huckabtck J. Little of Whitesville, Geo., I .. ,. .
tt at cornir.euc- box, horse and! till Locks, a .o tcd. Mr John says: Florida F
Ing marbles. One of them, ,in bhooting his Inc <,n .Wamluy the tirtlfth d'tif vf July ,'.rt.for the Pocket and table Knues, shoe arid butchers' do., S-oteh Diaper Iintn- Dowl., gave it in one case and brought away 5 Worms. In M to. .. Texas I f.

marble, cleverly put it under the. gentleman's I i disposal of the public I land within the limits of the Carving Knives and F >rk.. While, Brown Scotch Diaper, another case, it cured his negro woman of Tenia or The Adopted Son, Wemvss Actor,
foot. The gentleman: slipped! and Mumbled.I und; \"ntiorid town.Iii) pOi, to wit : IiAZOIN-Fcsv left of Ud Rough and Ready Ra7or Bird Eve do., colored Table and Piano Covers Tape Tl'wm The Quarter Race in Kentucky Ghost Stories.

against a lady also passing |
with himself ho who 9nT.lian. Gum.t silver table and I tea, Britannia table and Italian and Fancy Cravats, gave it to a negro boy who was in bad heath; it Temptation and Atonement. Battle of Life! bj
along upon a large ,:, was Township twcrt.twc', ol ranpc twent)-ei .. tea, and iron table and tea Spoons, Vienna do brought away immediately 3 ewmining the gutter, geologically, for dil.'it. Townships twenty-one aId twenIJ.t\\o. ot range Box coffee and corn Mills, Brass Preserve Kettles, Msddrass: do well,and remains so up to this time. Midnight Bell.Sv. 1 vandre,Acte of Corinth by Du.mas .

The hog, frightened out hiproprifty, bolt twentynine.Tonnshipa. Log, fifth, trace halter and dos Chains, Gingham do January. IS,17. ,Fortcscue by James Sheridan Knowles.
ed off and ran between the legs of another ; eighteen and nineteen and section six, Wrought iron Grid.irDrafe and Wafer-irons, Silk and rOe Handkerchiefs GRIFFIN, Pike Co., Ofeo., July 12, IS-I6. Roman Traitor by H. W. Hebert Comic Waodst
who in chew the string of in township twenty, of range thirty} No. 1 Axe SIt'e Traps. Cotton and Muslin do Dr. Woodruff Please forward immediately I three ing Je-v Lucietia Beauchamp. &c.
gentleman a COlUo'
Townships eighteen, nineteen and Iwer.tv-oneof Spades and short-handle Union Cottonades, dozen of your Worm We have ca/.fo i SCHOOL BOOKS.
kite from the hands of The kite of -nl(! Sho\el Blue Dennis Marine Spcifc.
a boy. I ran e thaly-one. Snaths, shrub S thee and reap 1'k Shirtin6 daily. Send i dely. Respectfully, Clark's Music Primer. Boyd's Rhetoric.
course f.Ol, and in falling frightened a span of i Townships eighteen and nineteen, of range thirtj- Fair and good supply Mechanic Tool. Fancy Stripe G. HILL t CO. Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary. Bennett's Book-

horses attached to a wagon in an alley near : two Many, many articles in the line not Bohemia Plaids Brown Habit Linen TALBOT Co., Geo., December 12, IS45. keepin Hunter's abridged Piano Instiuclor j
Township cishteen, of range thirty-three. mentioned. 4-4 Georgia Osnaburgs, Dr. Woodruff have recently made trial of your Blair's Lectures Flute Instructor New York Readers.
by. The horses ran down the alley. A man I I and I Lowell do bad with the r
At the Land: Office at NEwNAssvlLLEcommcnc- Worm in very case happiest P. A. HAYWARD.
who was building a fire in a parpenter'b. shop I ing on .Munda"thennttNtl day of July nez!, for Willow and W cdVae.. 4-4- Ensli.b Long Cloth, effect. Specific I more of it than ever, and believe it March 20, 1547. 35 "

by which they passed, started up to see what the disposal of the public within the limits of Churns, 3 sics-Tubs ol sizes. Linen Oanaburgs, will do in W cases in the 10.J.

Wit the matter, aud in so doing dropped his the underrtntione townships, and fractional town Well Keelers Buckets, BreaJ-travs, PailsBras, and iron-bound Buckets, Brown and and Bleached Cottons, E ROPER, M. D. Gadsden Circuit Court.
shitstowit : \Vo-mt8surcs. Brown Beache Shfeting. Wm. J. Adm'r.de bon$ '
Bailey turn,
lighted' match the A fire ,
shaxings. Willow Clair and ,
among South of the base line, and tad of the ]nlupalrneiian. Cariau children Fine Sea I.lnd Sbirtin1s & &e., RETICDV NEEDEDFor with the will annexed of A. &
was the consequence. The engines ,assembled Work Ua'ket and covere-d Market ditto April3.l-Ii. TiE deceased.

and in the hurry consequent upon the Township nine, of range Groceries.Young Groceries.Jav Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Griping Pains and lamy vt. 1.1 Ia Chancery.

alarm, a man fell in the track of one of them I Fractional townships twentj-seten, twenty.eigb. Hyson, Imperial and Powchong Teas, and Rio Coffee, Summer Complaint of Mary Rowles, Exe'x. of Joseph

an4<) had his arm broke-which ended this bud. I twcntr-nine and thirty, on the main lnd, range Rio and Jan Cotlt. Loaf and Crushed: Sugar, From the late lamented Captain HOLMES Georgia Rowles dec'd., et, a!.

fifieeii. Butter and New Orleans brown do Regiment. appealing to the satisfaction of the Court, b
accidents for the ,
get day.QITKY. I BBAZOS ST. July 24, 1536. IT
and fractional township Roe in bat rds
Township Iwentj-snen Herrings, Ma'caroiu Olive Oil, hG affidavit filed with the original bill in this
Is the boy who shot the marble thirty-fire,on the maui land, of range tivteen. No. 1 ao 2. Mackerel in i bbls. brand 15 I'), Riglish Dairy Cheese, Pine Apple do Dr. M. Woodruff Dear Sir-I owe you an apolog case,that the said Mary Rowles,Executrix of Joseph
for all the ? Township and fractional townkhips K> Fulton Market No I (. for not acknowledging before this the
responsible consequent damage twctity-scten ro Brown Soap\ Windor ditto R. Rowles, dec'd., rides beyond the limits oliN
I thirt .t Lrce and tLirly-f\,on the main land,of range \\llitf Beans, Rice, drifpplu and Peaches, Sperm Candles, Buck aid Drop Shot, box of your Dysentary Cordia which you had the State of Florida, and in the State of Virginia,on motion
THE h T.-The coinagd of the Mint at scTfnteen. SrdirlC 10 Jbbls souSd :.8f.el. 'P.ar L ad, Cidar Vinegar, kindness to send me for the use of the Solicitor for said complaint: : Itu ordered,

Philadelphia last month exceeded two millions :'I' Township twenty-se\en, fraciona.lovn hip thir. Ibl. Jbbls. Flour Lemon Syrup, Dried Apples,&c., &.c. of my corps.I That the said Mary Rowles, Executrix u aforesaid
"'.t\o, on the mainland: >hlpsthuly.thre Candles, Colgate Pearl "starch, have founJ it a most valuable medicine, and only do and answer the original bill filed in this
of dollars Leing the largest amount ever coined and thirty-fi, of range eighteen. f Colgate pale Soap, brown and toilttte Soaps, LIQUORS, &c. regret thai I have not a supply cf it. Whenever my appear, and to shew cause why the same should not be

in one month since the government was found Townships thirty-lv\o thirty-three tm ty.four Pickles aswrted-Catsup*, aortld. Champaign and Cognac Brandy, men have followed the directions,they have invariably revivedA&c.cause ,within four months from the date oi th*

ed. It was as follows : ; and thirty-fi, of range nineteen. Olive Oil, loaf and cru.te Suzar, Winchester Whiskey,Monongehala do found relief. We have suffered and are suffering publication of this order or Ibe same and the original

In gold coins SI,9*9,890 Lands appro" riated by law for the use of schools Scotch Snuff, of' !t'verll'artoics. Madeira and Cbre Wine much from Dysentary occasioned by the wretched bill in this cause will be taken for confessed:-

In silver do. saoo mi'itary or other purposes, will be excluded from Mustard and piCC'f !Jrt'd, Cbampaige ,I water we have to drink but your Cordial it reto .indit further ordered That a COpT of this orderbe
the dale*. Putty, White Lad. Window Glass, London Porter, Scotch .Ale, ring all to the wonted health and tigo. With published in some newspaper published in the
In copper do. 2,031 The sales will each be kept open for two weeks Train, LI ano Lamp Oils, Ducal Champaign Wine, my sincere t for your kindness,and beat wishes Middle District of Florida once a week consecutively
(unless the landare sooner disposed of,) and no longer Good chewing, smoking and )low pi ice Tobacco's, Sperm and Tram Oils &.C., &.c.,for sale by for jour success, I am your obedient servant, for four months-
i 82,079,511 ; and no private entries of land in the townships! Powder, Shot Lead, LA. i.c.. &.c. BEFTON S HIGGS. ISAAC HOLMES, Capt. Macon Guards.A Dated November 27,1S46.GEORGE .
so ottered, \ill be admitted until alter the expiration 3, 1S17. 37 fresh supply of the above valuable medicines., S.llA\VKINS Judge, tc.
directions Mr.
Under tbe new given by of two weeks from the commencement of said sale Apri just received and for sale by Lewis & Ames, Druggists A true Attest
. S Walker, as Secretary of the Treasury, and the Given under my hiD.at tbe City of Washington oziThe: inhabitants of the city and county, .lst Received. Tallahassee; also,by R.Manninr.P.M,Man- I. R. HARRIS copy., Clerk.

zealous co-operation of the able director, Dr. this sixth day April, Anno DomiM one thousand and those of adjacent counties, are particularly requested Oranges, Catsups, nington, Leon County; JM. B. Br. M, Wicco- December 12,1846. 2t 4m
that the at eight hundred and forty-set to cil and see for themtelnan.j., erptcialty Lemonds, Oil, sookie, Leon County; S. F. Miccosookie;
Patterson it is believed coinage
we cH the attention ot the LADIES, \hoe Chocolate Monticello; James lime,
K POLK. Dried Apples Samuel Puleston,Droggut. JEFFERSON COUNTY
thE Philadelphia Mint will rpach three millions Bv the President : JAME taste was never known to err. It will afford me great do Peach. Lemon Syrup, Quincy; JoshuaDaviesof Gad n County ; D. Baker Collector
Tax Sale.
dollars a month, chief)} ia gold.' It is RICHARD M. YOUNG pleasure to display before them the dh.tuifed and do Prunes London Porter. P. M., Catt&ohie. and Wm., Powers, Mer.
in Store. virtue of authority Tested in me bj law, Ihall -'
believed Polk's ad- General Land Citron, Albany Ale chant, BY
fuDj that MaianLApri
during Pfeaident Counnn
for sale before the Court
Ofc. Immediate, attendance, will be Geneee Flour 3 37 expose House
an pncul Pickles ,
ttin.utn.tion sixty millions of dollars will be I IS7. in Monticello.Jefferson the
NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. paid tt all cram Quince and Cramberry Loaf Sugar- door County on
converted into American coin, being, in four S. F. BURNEY. First Monday in July nfxt,
Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption Preserve$; Current and I Smoked and Picle CABINET MAKING.
Jem, 'more -one-balftbe amount of tbe to any lands within tbe townships above enumerated, .April 1.1J. 39-{[SENTINEL, please copy. Quince Jelly; the following property or so much thereof as win

fifty-five Jean preceding. So much for de.umcra.cl is required to establish the same to the satisfaction Grape Jame. for sale by pay the State and County. Taxes due thereon for tb.
and of the Register and Receiver of the proper Office NEW SPRING GOODS.! R. B. &D. W. POST. DAMON year 1840:
hard money. : and make payment therefor, at soon .Ln praei.edle April 3.1S47. 37 3t. Tl AVING bought the entire stock and interest of VE 4, Sec 32, and NWjSee33.andW4ofN
Washington Union.A after teeing thit notice,and before the day appointed Grand Opening of Faihienablc Dry Goods, JLi Francis Wienker in tbe Cabinet Shop are ESec33T1.R4NandE.purportingtobe.long .
for the commencement of the public sale of Notce.SJX to do all kinds of work in that line, and to Duncan M. Quarles.

country editor thus nudges his delinquent the lands embracing the tract claimed; otherwise J TUST all varities received of per fabrics Brig(Gen.Ladies Wilson, consisting Bonnets of, WEEKS after will be made prepare patronage heretofore given to the shop will WiN W J, Sec 15.T 2, R 4, N & E owner Mt

subscribers : We don't want money despe. such claim will be (orrite. Ribbons and Flowers of all o varieties Dreu me, to JAMM EJ3aoo :, Judge of Probatefor b continue. Their expeiience in the blD known. I
ratelj bad M. YOUNG. the of Leon, for letters administrationon in saying they can give .. Lot No. 3,frac Sec 21,T 2,R.. N fc E. 84 acret.
but our creditors do and no doubt Barrels Shawls and Scarfs, County o wrt. .
; their ww well, and are willing to dis. a U 2, 21T2R4N&.E,80
the General Land of Monroe Tucker,. They execute
UJ owe you. Andlfyou'llpay;; us, we'll parthem April Comit. of 40 \* Ot. A fullzIsortment, of Hoir_Glove, Mitts, &.C., the etat lOR deue.WILN. of it O as reasonable terms u any other work- .1 .. i% U M 21T2R4NfcE,80 a

and they'll t 2- 181. Snade.Par.ol 16, 1847. p in the State. M M 5, 21.T2R4.N.E,49-30a'
pay you. April
Boys Panama, Leghorn, and Palm. .. ..
Horse for All March 30.1847. 33 1, M ,T2R.c. ) *. JIJacr'a.
,Talk about your Alexanders. Bouna. Sa.kA Hat and a full assortment Summer Clothing the
your SOO Piece lying the bend of Miccowokie Lake near plantation -
P rU Wasningtons and FINE Urge for sale that for sle cheap for cash by the corner of CalcoSPRIG 2 casks Hams, .
your jpur Taylors Ibribr. Flo of Go. Moselej.owner DOt !k1t
and Summer Prints BBL
your Suita Annas Ihs who carries thejvgrt works well and ride fiwly-bei a' Monroe and Jefferson streets, Store in pur. just 25 cb Sde 1" Shoulders. I SMITH SIMKINS.ShfL ,
; negro and trot f / Monticello. Please call and examine the stock.L. and ( sale by
, of fine action, o Just tale by and fficio Tax Col.JsfT C..--
behind CO. r t* !
a military company upon a shoot.r J. R. H. GREENBERG CO. H. .
Apply to FORTTJ1'JE. I & L I March 13, 1847. 3- LLOYD .FLAGG. December 1845 20 to
J. 1S47. 47
xcursion is tAe man after oW pri2..t8".O ,/ I April 3, 1547 47 April : .



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i I. -- _. -.-- -- '- E. BABXABD, Jr., state Ta C.Ue,1
\vTh7pi and for other it shall be the of thSecretary e w. -DLWOPl1rG--Q
DY AUTHORITY. tnmslerred from the placed pnrpoaes duty ,
t :; his friends and the public virtue of the
: under the jurisdiction and control of the Treasury of the Treasury to issue treasury scrip Attorney at Law, INFORMS the B power Tested in c*
taken store on corner shall for ale

!; i ;:. taTS of the United Strtrspaued at thr serond Department and all book, maps, papers be ced instruments and- (herein War,provided showing on the the claimant certificate entitled of the thereto Secretaryof and Sontlccllo Jtfftnon County, Florida, of Monroe and Two Hundred Foot August next expose, before the door, on of the the fourth Conrittl *v*
and other procured to
snslon! of the Coimm.fTTuric property shall of the Middle streets, nearly opposite the Court House, Roch's Bluff, ia the connty of 2f<
Twenty-ninth in the managementsurvey, exploring or not otherwise; and that the stock thus i issued attend the Circuit Courts Wasbingt.i
employed conducting of said[ mineral lands by the War Department bear interest from the day of presenting the Treasury WILL, and of the County ol Columbia of Lb. where may be found a general assortment Florida, toe following described land*, ot'i. "

;::No. 31.] shall\*? delivered ever and made subject to the Department Inch certificates of the Secretary o( Eastern Circuit,Fisrida. uf genuine DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Every at- thereof M will pay the State and Count? tai

t of the Secretary of the Treasury. War in doe form, and the interest thereon ball he Monticello. August 2'2, lS4fi. I tentioa paid to orders of Physicians: and Planters on the same for the year 1S46 : *;
A.CT froYi& for thejpumshment of piracy in l'o'iti"n All articles warranted good quality, tow for tosh. 640 acres, lying in Holmes'
eaCh Valley
i. Si o. And le it fui th'ir tnieted. That the Pres- payable on the first day of January'and July in ,purt
.:t certain eases. c. Senate and shall be transferable on the books of the LawBROCKENtiROUGlFct 1'olI c. He has iftt""received a supply of SHERMAN'SWORM. belong to the estate of A. B. BlackwelL t
the ,
and with the advice and consent of year
Be it enatetd btf the Senhte and House' f Ripresrntatirts i.ienth> in the Register's COUGH, CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC Also,400 acres,lying in Holmes' Valley
Treasury kept offict.-
j ofthe United ef."mrira in C*>n- so s IOn as a sufficient number of tcnships areoiired be MAXWELL. IXZENGE3 valuable articles and the most agree ing to belong to G. SweeLAlso 'pap _
HIt. and returns tht'rrofnadt' to the Gen4.'nll.anJ Such certificate of stuck shall uignedby the Regi'er -
I | pus asstiAleJ, That an or citizen' of any) ajthonze the commencement of the salesin ( of the Treasury undrr the direction of the Stcietary able form of administering medicines. ,900 acres, purporting to belong to tbe

)! foreign state, who shall be found and taken en tilt Ohce said, to district shall! appoint one register and one re- who ball cause the seal of the Department to tTM. H. BROCKENBROUGH will return to Florida SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S PLASTERS, the< cf Joseph M. While, and lying on St.Andrew

sea making war upon the United States, or crui.in for the land Hire! in said disttict, who shall be aflixrd thereto and no other signature shall be required V f in time to attend( all the Courts of the cheapest and best plaster ever offered to the public Also, 1G1 acres, lying on the head of St.A&Wu

l against; tlw e.se1ai l property thereof or cf the citizens reside rcivcr at the place detignated by the President for to said stock. Middle Circuit, and of Jackson and Franklin Counties for Rheumatism Pains in the Back,Side,and Weak Bay,near McCormick's, purporting to beloni 5 *"T*

: ol the same, contrary to the provisions cf anj in West Florida. B. is M. will also attend the neei&c Collins. *
i the land office, receive such compensation, give se- APPROVER March 3, 1547.Pexsz.icNo.
I :lM ; treaty existing between the United States and the and dischvgc all dutie: pertaining to such Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will be Also, DR. FOLGF.R'S OLOSAONIAN or ALL- JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff

; : ; State of which such person i is a citizen or subject,, cunt office>, presrubed by law. [ 40.] devoted estltuivelv to the legal profession, and HEALING BAL \M.an invaluable article for Colds and ex officio Tax Col. WashiDtio G,

4 when by such treaty uch acts of ruch pernonn are \I'PROnD.uch as are 3, IS 17.Irvsz.icNo.. AN ACT creating acollection district in Maine and claims against the United States, for the attentive Coughs Asthma Bleeding at the Lung, Consumption February 20,1817. 31JlSTAR.S 601

L declared to b piracy, may be arraigned tli"o. convicted constituting Banger in said district, a port e1 eu prosecution of which arrangements hare been made and its kindred diseases. Pamphlets, containing BALSAM OF WILD

f .:: and punished before any circuit court of Ihe : ::q] try ar.d delivery.Be in Washington. certificates from persons in high standing respecting V ale by CHEMr

L I United State, (forthedistrict into which nich person .\: ACT for the reduction cf Ihe costs and expense it enacttd, the Srnafe anJ HOUM if Rcrftenlativttofthe March 13, 1S47. 31 its valuable effects, can be had gratis by applying February 20, 1917. 31 LEWIS k.

I. t t may be brought, or shall be (found in the same se* ( proceedings in admiralty] against ships and United States nf4nsevem vn Con as above.TaUahas'lee. .

r manner as other person* charged with piracy maybe \'e""f'l. STCH a. ,mbltd, That the counties of Peno cot and CoPartnership.'fUE January 10. 1946. 25 fAT State of Florida. '"""-

i; arraigned i tried convicted, and punuLcd 11 taid lie it enacttd by the Senate and Haute oj Retre Pucataqnis.and the Ir.wn of Frankfort in the rQnty undersigned have associated themselves to CHAMBERS IN CHANCERY CIRCUIT
in business under the firm of BULL & \ COURT
'M courts. nt.iticts of the I'nittd States of.f"' ira1I Cmijrt ot Waldo, be. a'd they hereby are created a rol1(*- **
and offer for sale Tallahassee January 6, IS 17. CIRCUIT LEON COUNTY.wul
17. 3
i March 3. 1 called the PRETOR1US are now receiving a
AFFRO\'ID. t n.anzUtd. That in any eae breugM i in thec lion district, which shall I.e known and
{ evoke and well selected assortment of Goods, at the Young A. Johnson, Albert Ritchie and William M. Beill.Exeenfm. .
'lfl. cf the United Slates,e.xt'reiving jurisdiction in district: of Bdngi.r : and Banker, within said county *
t: [PC K Lie- 33 1 1j corner of Clinton and Monroe street, opposite the ?*. Divorce. William N. Ritchie, Coluig,
: of cf and de Petition for
adn.iull'"hlrt' warrant e.f l arrest cr ether pro- Penos.eot u hi n by cud a port ; ei.lry '
I AN ACT f the! a of the State of Wi ron- shall be livery P nix Building, and known as the Blake corner Delila Humphreys, n.
r j jr mi"iot t-e** i/i i in, shall be iMued it the duty of f;.r slid dirict.Src. Louis A.
they will be pleased to see their old .Iriends formerly Delila Johnson. Pellerin,Thomas Baltzcll,Thomas P
I. Union. voere
sin iuto the enartel. That there
txpcutioncf such (. Jlnd bt it
fl. marshal to >rccr'4or
k i. > Whereas the re pie (,f the Ten itor)' cf Wi c'iTi.tn lo di-vharsre the stay property arrested, if the| sine has shall be a IL'Ctcr! of customs ap;".inted fi.r said ditricf ". GOOD stat: all those who ai I e desirous of purchasing CHEAP X TN that this the cue same,It is be ordered set for that final this hearing bill I he on filed the,first and >Y and virtue the Union of a decree Bank rendered of Florida in,this JJT ,

h did. the si"teented.of Drcrtnbcr.cizhtrf ri hundred lutn li-Miil on, receiving from the claimant cf the tethr with such they .P.it'fff ware pro\'id- cau, oatg,
i ] and. convention of called ol said collector They are prepared to MANUFACTURE, in the day of the next April Court for Leon County, or w flrat day of April. 15-17' f will exp
fOlt-"i b\a dtlo.lf" Mme a bond or stipulation i in d-ubc! the amountclgi.d ed for bj law ; and the romjwuation sale forcasfi oblk
I h. latent and most fashionable style, garment that soon thereafter,during the term, as the same can be before the Court-house door is
f I : and !". for that purpose, in- t by the libfllant with MiiTicienl! simty.toteapr s!alJ"bc such fees and (,.cimcaiuiou Le by law any T *
W ordered at their establishment and will heard Provided, That this order be published in hassee. on Monday the 3d day of Mar Jv-
e assure :
; ? elves a CQlstitulioT and Slate oH'rnmfrl.yhid. "ive-d by the jude cf' the said court cr in his ab- may be entitled to.Sec. may
; these who patronize them that will of the Tallahassee papers for the space of three legal hours, all of section Eight (S) Township ?
and snid may they one
said constilution is reuhican. ('nv(nlif mcf b> the collector cf the ;port conditioned to a- 2. -Ind be it further enacted That Fran!.
: endeavor to give satisfaction in months before said final hearin (1) North of Range onel) Fist,called the UhS
; Ttrriton the respect.
into every
the Waldo shall form of said
having all !.id bide l.J aniwerthceJecmM f the court in such! ..use; fort in the county cf a l part
the Their assortment "ompri_.in part the following THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A Township,or so much thereof, as shall be
fowling with original that it : nfficW
; Cnion a tal. on an equal and such (lOUd 'r stipulation shall! be rcir.rntd to the district ol E snjor! in the same manner now
.l States district of Kilf. and) there shall Superior Frrnrh and English Broadrloths true copy : Test : to satisfy the several sums cf money mentionHb
i ; : iiid court and judgment on the same, both gain>t forms a part of the : st ; j
) .t lie il cnrlIl'the Si naff and House of ll'pr:1' the! j r.ncipal; and sureties, may l he re-cove-ied at the be a deputy collector at Frankfort! aj i is now provided Do. do. CASSIMKK>. Do. do. FANCY do. D. McRAENY, Clerk. aid decree, and therein and thereby ordered t to t
I JOHN B. KEE.I D. C. of the
t,1 Slate cf.lmeiiea in Cvn- Lm'yhl shill! all the dies arid r&sTL\'is. BT paid out proceeds ot'the sale of said land.
.Nltllitr of (rl lITHe .f r.-n.nin! the drrce in the orijii cause: by porform
p i rt'aJr"'o Th.it theSlleoi\
: :: -. ; tht same b hereby dedatd to t of the- (UuiNttStates '\ s.e! amount recovered bv tIle libeilant shall were ;perfornr.rd and exercised when Fran"tt con RK.1Dy-jr.iIfK CLOTHL\G.-Y\w\ Black BROWN

If. p :.. of Aftrin. Onil i i" herthj admitted into HeI n...1 e-xcci-d one hundred dollars", shall nit l he more .titul d a I'irt {.f the 1.strict .f UeU. English: and French Dress and Frock Coals, medium TIN MANUFACTORY. Master in Chancery.
April 3, IS 17. 37
-. i I Union enan espial footing with thcurfginil ?-'.tnin ihiu? tilty. Per < cit cf the aniMint ncovcred in the APPROVED, Man b 3, ISJnlr quality do., French Ca simer Sack Coats,do.Tweed,

;. ;\: all rospecM eatcter. sane, wimh, co>U shsll be applied, 'Irsllo the pav- __ ___ __ II lllack Brown and Plaid do. Surtouf and Overcoats. J. R. FORTUNE, LWL I
Src. 2. .Ind be it fitrther enacted Tbat t the assent become the sole of the TIN :
: n -': ol' the u"ual let s for witnesses,and! theconir.iiio *- PANTALOONS of every description. Large assortment HAVING proprietor

.. ef Ccn:ej-s is ht-reby 2i len to the change t.f ,'r. t't'rl"! a c.'mrr.i..n.'r: shall act en the case, of riortda. VESTS, also e.f Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves, lately the property of R. Flagler! & Co., DEALERS
boundary proposal i ii the first article rf said rnr.tli- anJ the residue IK divided I ] pro rati between the I IN CHANrFRY: THE CIRCUIT COURT I Cravats,Scarfs',Collars,I Iandkcrch iefsseif adjusting takes this method of informing the public that he Drugs'.Medlciues Paints Oils

I i tution. to wit : leaving: the boundary line prr<-ri'iedj el, rk ai.d t.ir-ul: u,uUr the iliirrtion ef the j judge J FOR JIKFIR: : COUNTY.Hdinpdea Stocks, Opera Ties, Suspenders, Satin Scarfs &c., will keep constantly on hand at (the shop oppositehis ,

j ii the act tf Corijrron! entitled "An* act la thdhIeI.e ..1 Ih.. ("'Irl \\Jitrc the ca..* InJl\ In- fried: I'tofidtd.furt'.ei S. Liutua, CtJllIJ'lailHJ.II:, ic.. *.c. J. B. BULL.NovcmVr store, a large assortment of all the varieties o:* Toilet Articles, Perfumery, it., Window film,

\ i! |>eoi!>:e Wisroism Territory! l to form a (;?n.tJtutiuli I Thit no cit! n (5" or j>roctci's tees shall be j jalou i-a- 'JI. '10. |IS J. PRCTORIUS. Tin and ether articles usually kept in his line of I'MxrERs' BRUSHES AID COLORS,

.. ,; and Slate eo\',>rnni{;nt. and fur the adn i..ion ft i t-urh <-
1 1 Mate into the Union" at the fir-t rapid in the rnerSt. I Airn
$_ .t .. : I LfJH.i (hence ;in a direct line twutlroardlt tu a I apjvanr.g to !It},. (surl. bv the ai.ddif:;: of turn EAST FLOBIUA.THH as they can get it from the North; and begs them to / above constantly on hand,and for sale at thL

: .. I I prtHf fifteen miles east tff hi? most easterly |I..int i in f [ :'t.q IT,j'Unun?, tier the d.-ll."oJoIll. Cjthmne( F.1.Z s-j!rribcr takes this method of in- call and examine for themselves. There is an object lowest market prices.

lake St. Croi, thence due souih to the mum chua- .\( t.. i.l\e II... totint cf Congres to the.1 lf.t Snith, i i. a nlJI-r".I'ul: ( ol (ti.e State iud uiJcthe ; -> in : in having it here, as it will be free from damage

I 111..1 1. of the M. si3-ipj( i Jrivcr or laVe Pepit, liiem-e I (. rtji" ,alt *p,it.'i Jjsn N hrrtt"!< re ;r.tnluI to SI.1 >.t' cf S..uh! I'aroiinaIt : ]I:;: his frientunlh"'l'uhli( that which it usually: gets by shipping. We have received by late arrivals large addition*]
the i l tniincaan-irl, a* rr"aibL't1 in lJ'tilloeJ. j.\\ he has taken a lea-te on he above establishment supplies of Medicines,and
c1.u\ Drugs
< I .- tj.! ". Mirhisan!, U.i! :. i is aid: .%rksn"??. itthtrrfure Ordered That the nd defendant d CtemieafsHdit
J for a term of and will be prepared to ac- GE\ER.\L ASSORHm OF TIN-WARE.\
f SEC. 3. .1nlbeitfuilf.fr enacted, Th-t the 1ii i t ittTaJly the more and Hwc of Jlijrettnistivesvf and years together with most of the popular patent rtmtfot)
..' Pt at of COIIr..s i is hereby given t" the re...Iuh. liS''\ the' ('nihi! State vf.lmiiien in l-vn- the appear third .Minav anju-i! r in tbcornhIuinanr.: \bill( ..n lr tefcr commodate who may favor him with (their pat 1 do/ Furnaces, such as every family ought to render our assortment Ihe largest and most varied ia
i : July ne'lolh"'IIt.t'
adopted by' said c'inve.ition: and appended to*::.d) ((.-'i Krr $ csstMlttJ That Ihe >'f.tf e'f Michigan ?!';a .e will bo taken for conS -- J. and the( i ( thereof saute ronage. As regards the mineral qualities of the water have Sugar Dippers, Sugar Skimmers, Oil Cans, the State. All of which we offer at the lowest cash

itiutkfl and he arts Congress referred !" in "ad and .rt-l.y is uuUu'ri/ aid etnpcwrrtd! to s dl, inC t'ecned matter; they cannot he surpassed by any watering place Counter Scales, Zinc 'for Stoves, itc., pi ices.

; resolutions are here ij amended so thit the Ijfui-t'! | :ch mam.t r a* t':.. ltgi.l.llIre- jJ: State sh'H by That a acc.rili"il f this. : rd.Ind, be it Jurthtr ('hJern in .America The Springs will be opened by the first Sheet Iron for making Stove Pipes July 23, IMS. 1 LEWIS t AMIS.ITIolnsses. .
< i 'r i iii Jf
thereby granted and the proce-etl)* thercof.and the tire ,J loc uir..cj.tLf salt s nn. Ijiid! :ra'ttj-d to said State the copy some day Mirch. Charges will bernotlerateand every Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of Buildings -
[ public : in
nenpaers[ printed the State, once a alit.nlinn will be to the comfort cf all who and short either in the
centum of the tutt procee-ds of ,he public iandv. I 1 paid may put up at notice, city
icr its
: per u v, by an act tntitU-d "An act suj'plorr.ti.tary week Ui ijur mentis I tories, cui; clv.THOMAS .
be l ILeld arid dispo..ed of by Mid Mate, ii: the favor him with their company.: The subscriber is or country. BARRELS FIRST RATE
may j to the: act ei.tiJlfd an art to MaHh: the northern MOLASSES
n.\L 4 0
; S manner and for the purples rtrorame-ndid by said bounJ-rv :line of the ':.te ct Ohi! ai.d ti provide I. r l ZEJ.L, JuJse.A provided with good and f..ithfulscrnutf, fine stables ALSO, a new invention for draining Sugar,which For sale by
That tie !ui.ih-1 trnrpy. : and attentive hostlers.Invali will drain it for market in two days, and begs the
: convention: Pioriiled, hoircttr. I tij* admission cf the State cf M.rhigin into the I'm- C. G. .-. ciiMciiticllu .,'. March 13, 1547. 34 J. R. FORTUNE
i lies incurred by the terril.r.31 govfrnntnt cf U";,- : Js laboring under the following diseases nay planters to call and eximine.
j 01 ctr'un ronJiti-Tis" June
a'proved; twenty-third Fa., M.irch J I20; ] l n.1m i assured the will effect for them Well and Cistern and double Rod
eatitlt-.l "An rest Spring 20 single
t cansin under the at act to crant a I Ifi"htren Luntlrtd and thirt\-. a permanent patent PRINTS ONLY.

quantity ot !land to the T.rritrry cf Wisconsin, for ..:. 2. .' ". lir ttfurtr 11Il'lrlttl. That tl.e Slate' .iixmin\T TO TIICCO'FITtfiON ; cure: Ii-pepia Diabctus1, Prolapsus Ultra Pumps, well adapted to plantation use.

t 'i tne purpoSe of aidmz in opening; a canal too connect !'I &of Illin.f. shall U-, Lnd hereby i" tiithi,nzd ar.dem- : c >IF TilE STAn: Of FLORIDA all kinds c>f Srr.!ula,Scald I Head Tetter, and the various March 1.1 S 17. 33 SPRING STYLES-1847.

the waters of Lake )11'hiolfJ with tho>cof IWk: river ,. painful dinorders oC this class.
f "end to .. i it.! in ueh rnai.r.d a. the Irsi-lilurf 'f :. rn I'OSEDAL. A(4t7LDTO BT THE'iCoapers-:
: ," shi't be paid and disc hai gi-d by said Sjate: .I.Jprori'lrd i The Dancing Saloon will be in readiness for all SANDS' SARSAPAKILLA
j j .aid State hal! !! by law direct, the whole\ er any rart i'L Afcsf:MBV ; HfB-llCT TO TIIK ACTION ,
further. Th: tin.;
j sahii laitUlun ,
l Jacks
:! A. HVSOX.F..brnlrt .
canal hall bo bro't
the route cf lid lr"po.-d
along ; Slati-, which \\'tre 6rar.tr.1 l to the State 11 Illinois by :
i i iI 27; 1S47. 32 3m ,
.:. I into mirket. and bull at lie sarr.e miuimum price, \virtue e.f",\n act (o enable ll.e pe( ,pie: i f the Illinois _- Jet to to amrnd the Constitution of thin Stat IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD
I and subject to thc sane rights <>1 prc-emj lion to ail : TheJournal" Tallahassee, "Advertiser( ," Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that they
I Terutrn !. (LILa a coi.stitutioii: aid State eovernutnt II n. tu extend tv all free irhile male inhabitants,. OR HABIT OF TilE SYSTEM .
therein the cf this tl1-1 I Apalachieola"Tirnes."Columbus ,"Griffin have received, and are new exhibiting, at THB
the settlers at actas: ,
passe ; and for the aJn.i,,icn 'cf such, Slate into the hting e'tien of the l.nitl'a't', who shall VIZ
er public latuls rf the United Si .tM. hare Flag 4. Advertiser, Montgomery, will pieasecopyonce WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Printed CsA
Union rttiiifd within this
with the
en an e; ftcliri; original Stale", State one rue tlte
5tc.I.. .1nd be it fm t\'f enacted. That it i* n.a.le] d.te lire trunri.ne.SKt jjtar a week for three months, send one paper containing Scrofula or Kint Ecu Rheumatism Obstinate cues,
't'dI.ril 'Lth. Lur.dre-d and
&prr eighteen
J .. anj declared to be a I'a.iuimeiiUi condition ol the ad- eighteen.Src. TION" 1. Re it enacted the Senate the notice and their bills for the same asSIX Cutaneous Eruptions,Pimplei or Pustulet on the GASES
ly and
: : I''liii* ion cf safl State (.f Wi-ronsin icta the Union, I a IO\'', Face Blotches, Biles Chronic Sere Eyes Ring ,
3. .1itd le all the
of the
further (narl' That the Statecf "ur R'rUlotnlalir- of Slate of J-7o Comprising
the constitution a-i Madison the Warm or Tett'r, Scald Head, Enlargement and
I hit >ptcd on sixteenth .ArVilUJs hall U al.ll.erIv i ic authc iud cell riJc ill Vt" nrd That i iI
I < 10 "rnl1'\"Tllb1.1"mr the firs I 1'oU(('. New Spring Styles
i af Dt-cember the 1hou.jiiJ Pain of the Bones and Join/,, Stubborn Ulcers ,
day in one ]
I jear i ;n uch manner as the lojiyUture: cf said I State shall clati..1 the sixth art, !I. of the Constitution be s oI month afterdate, I shall present final ac-
ha nired and fortfihaii be d tn I my Syphilitic Symptom, Sciatica or Lumbago, and I Of British, French, and American Manvfactvt
eight ifKr.t< ty }
.. : : !II ih.v elin-ct, the whole. cr any part cf Ihe saline I arnend.-d a. (lt.lowviz! : F.very: tree white male pt-r unt and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate .
Diseases which
in ADDITION their
the electors the and t Ihe tir.i arising from an injudicious we oftier.clay. to usual stock.rvoder
S I q'MLfied in manner j j :a..d, granted to said State by tirl'iu ef an art ;upj -onol the s-;e (1! (tvenlv-one yej and upward-iar. in and for the County of Jefferson and apply for
prescribed ia the ninth section cf the entuth sill-1 I ..'llcil"or J>rop/, Kjj'otureor I/npnulence i their assortment one cf the most beautiful and attractive
t i j p.'lr.el.l.ry to tl.e art entilUd ".\n art fr the ad- I who shall be. at the time of offering to vote, a citiZefl a discharge as Administrator of the estate of ClementW.
tie cf said constituli'JJ.n.t as.nt in JAl .' $. Chronic ; Disorders.rHIS in the city ; and havirg jiuf been purchased
as Ie
: as soon
S I II n.i".i..n| he State nf Arkatisas into (U I e I nion.ar.df ot the Uuiti, d Stateand who shall have resided Stephem, late of said Count v,deceased.J .
I' hall! be piren, the President d the United Mates :..lf and had his d preparation is a combination hitherto un FOR CASh AND SHORT CREDIT
(JT->\ fur the due execution < f the hats ct (tie, habitation < rr.icil, home and place of : GADSDEN. ,
I .'1111 aanou&ce the samety proclamation: ; and t there- Unitt-d Stats within the abode ill Floridafor \'' in the history of Medicine, difering entirely Arc offered the piece the
same, and fur f-tlier purposr permanent; one year next pre Montirello, January 10,1; : 17. 00 5m by or package on town
; ; Irom a ad without any further preceding on the part ." al'pr"nJ; | Juw: twer.U-tJ.ird! ., eighteen hundred ce-dmg the el"clion which he shall"oCir to vote. in its character and operations from the various firms, at and below manufacturers prices-

: .' of Concre<,, the admission of said State of Wisconsin and th.rlv"il'I'rtJtJ \. and who shall at such time and fcr six months tm olice. preparations of Sar-apinlla which have beenat Catalogues cf prices (corrected daily,) are placed

into the Union on an equal foctinz in all re"T.-ti -\ \ March :1, 1st ;. mediately preceding laid time, have had his habitation SIX months after date, I shall present m;' account different times offered to I the [,ublic. It acts specifically in the hands rf buyers.

-I. .' I' whatever \\lth the original States shill be ctn.iderej :, domtnl, home and .place of permanent abode, vouchers, and a;ply to the lion. Judge of ,! upon the whole system, thereby bringing it Purchasers will inform themselves of tie state of

:. as cotoriete.E [l"'nL1co. 3;.] in the rountv in which he may oflerto vote, shall t. Probate of Leon County for letters of dismission as I under its direct and immediate influence. Although I the market, and be well repaid foraa examination,

."i E : : -\PfIlfJ\'itlf March 3, 1"47.Prcuc AN ACT tof-taMi! "h a port of enrat Sjluria. in 'deemed a qujhh' <.d voter at all elections under (Ibis Administratrix on the estate of Granville Sheppard, possessed of powerful healing effects, yet it is entirely I even if they do net purchase.L. .

.. :, the State of Texas and for oilier* purposes. Constitution and none (,others except in elections by late \It( said County, deceased. harmless, so that it cannot injure the most delicate & B. have peculiar advantages for executing

.. I [ -No. St.] Rut niictfd bti th, .SVnaff and Home of Rtprttfntatirtv general ticket in the Slate er, District prescribed b) f.LlZ.\ t:1'1I CLEAVELAND. Adrn'x.: constitution. When in perfect health, no effect I dens for prints, which are respectfully solicited.

.i.: AN ACT to create an additional land district in the of the L'n'ted ."tatecf .limriea in Concifts law, in which ca* S Territory of Wisconsin, and foi other >o >s. I IC i but whendi !i. seated in the frame and
! purj \ asfinbled. That all that part cf (ths Sate cf resident of the State one year next preceding the ; e-ae
: Be enacted by the Senate and Huuic of Repretfntatiees -j( Texas oulh and west cf the countie-s of Mata: :orda electionand sit month within the election di"tricin IVotlcc. carrying fast its victim along the path of life, then 44 Cedar Strut.

0 of the L'nite l Stales of.lmrpiea (Jongreg and Wharfon, and 1 inclodirc aid ccunlics, shall ke which he offers to vote. Piocidcd, That no soldier ]- SIX months aft'r date, I shall present my final ac- its mysterious influence is felt and : rrn ; it enkindles January 23. l47. 27 t23

f ci'S'inblctl, That all that pcrtion of ft, public d-tachrd from the marine the and vouchers to Ihe I[on. Judge of Probate new life, and vigor and brings health and strength
eliitncttf consti ,
Texas and shall tt:3m'\n or in regular ArC1); or Navyof the last Arrivals from New York
'I ii and for the of Jefferson and for By
t lands I* in? witlun the Tfnitorp Wiscodsin, ne-rtli I lute a rollictioti; district : that Saluria on the ntrtheterly Ihe Uniti-d States unless he were qualified elector apply a to the suffering and diseased. ,
. and west of the followir.3 boundary to wit Coinnencinz discharge as Administratrix of the estate of William TKCTH STRANGER Ficnox." LET
part c.f the island cf Matagorda shall U (lIe of this State f Ireb' ion (to his enlistment as such is THA. -TE; I have received a very superior style of
, 4 .- at the Mississippi i ri\-er on the line between .I port ol er.trv fir said di.tnct. and that Mata>.,orda, soldier, seaman or marine in the Regular Army oNJVJ I H. Smith late of said Count, deceased.ELIZ..BETII TICK FACTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.-The following French Black Cloth,

I townships twenty-two and twenty-three north, running Arari"a.. t.q'ano1and Corpus: Christi as ports cf dc- of the "nttr-d; I\c", or of the revenue sent ice, K. S nTH. certificate is only another link in the great chainof
of Cloth
.a., thence ea!t along said line to the fourth principal livrn- ,:alSEC. shall he conoid: ted a re-sident d the State in consequence Jefferson County, October 31, IMC. 15 6ra testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and Superior Style NVool-dJe ,

meridian, thence north along said meridian ni.e 2.:-Ind be further! warle'. That a collector of IK.in: stationed 1 within the same. Notice. be convinced What it has done once it will do Bottle Green French '*

, t' to the lin J ditiding townships twenty-nine and thirty for the district <.(' Saluria aforesaid, hall be ap- Pj>*e-d Svnjte. December 1, I ISIo.D. months after (publication of this notice, I again. Olive Brown "

I thence east along slid township line to the, Wis- |*ointed t.) the I'resiJtiit with the !ad\'ice ar.d const II. MAYS, Presided Senate. SIX apply to I he Honorable! James M. Gilchri-t C.URLESTOW"fa.s3.., Sept. 23d, 1946. Coffee Brown "

, .: con'in river; thence up the main channel of !.<:id river 'nt ff the Senate cl the United States, who shall II. AucurR, Scertlarv Senate. Judge of rr..bJlcr Gadsdrn County, for letters Of This may certify that my son, now aged seventeen: -ALSO-

to the boundary line between the State of Michigan Loid his ofi'.ce' for the and Passed I}louse Deermbrr has been for ten years afflicted with the scrofulous
terms for the time j.re- 'o, ISIo.ROBF.RT diinifsion as Administrator from Ihe estate of Susan Casslmcrcs of the latest Style.
j and the Territory cf Wisconsin, shall fcrm a land humor. At the ofseven he had the measles
!cribedbyl l h. (tr thelikeofT.ee in ether districts : 1SROU N, Speaker HJ. Reps. S. Snt'll, deceased. age years
". district to be called the Chippewa land district; and Tl.e aid which probably caused this humor to make its appearance READY MADE CLOTHING.
cclieclor shall reside at Saluria? aforesaid, M. D. P.P\. Cleik.In R. L. EDMONDS, Adm'r.Quinf'Y. .
t -, t fcr the stile of tho lands in said district: a land nfLceh4il and lie shall be cr.titk-d to a salary not exceeding December 12. iS-Jt. 21 f-m in a most singular way covering his body C CO": Call and purchase those who want good banraios.
be established it such place therein as the President Iwehe hundred ar.d filly dollars per annum, including Act to amend the Constitution of this State $0 from his head to his feet with small tumors. I consulted BULL t PRATORIL'S.January2 .

, '.' :: of the United States may select. in (hat sum the fees allowed by law and the a- a., to mfUiC the sessions' of the GtntJ'al.'lul1rahll LAND SALES. a Doctor of )Medicine and he examined him 1S47. 24CHARLES

t ) SEC- 2. .1 ml be it further enacted That the Secrctary mount he shall colLtt in biennial instead three days in succession and not understanding his -
one for fees of annual.SKCTION
, of the shall geological examination any year cceedir.f \- TN pursuance of l legal authority (the subscriber will advised to consult Dr. Rogers of New York ARCHER
; Treasury ca-ise a Ihe said case, me
of : it
sum twehe hundred and fifty dol 1. < enacted Iu the Senate and
-' and embraced in said district I offer for sale at public auction at the Court Houseof resident of that After
i survey of the lands lars shall be accounted for I then being a city. a long at Tallahassee the plants-
and paid into the treasury lirpreientntirfa of the .fof Flo STANDS
be midI and the Commissioner Madison County between the hours of ten and critical examination than
to reported to cf Ihc United States. ride in (lenera/rfwrnbts/conrencdtTlrt the second and having more thirty Col. R. Mitchell ID Thomas
..' S .': of the General Land Office And the President is two o'clock, on the 13th day day ol MAY next, the other medical gentlemen with him at the same time and
S 5. .InJ clau.-o ..countyGeorgia 85 81O 815
of the *
: >:c. btil further enacted, That fourth( article of the Constitution of *
.'. heredy authorised to cause such of said lands 33 surveyors following tracts of land, to wit : he pronounced it Scrofula, or King's Evil. The
may February 20.1S47. 31
for the aforesaid this State be ,
.. ports delivery, to wit : Mata- o am-need! a* to read ai follows, viz :
: contain copper. lead or other valuable ores, to be exposed The S E 4 of Section 2.1, } child was then prescribed for,and commenced tak!' g -
: gordi, Labaca.: Corpus Christi, and Copnno: shall be 2d. The member ot' I he Ileiu,e of Representative The S W J of Section 21 I In No. I, Just Received.
( Township
to sale, giving cis months notice ot the limes bIhe medical drugs from that time. He grew worse until
,. appeJntc-d Presidert with the aih, ice and shall be chosen by the qllelifit'doluif., and shall }
and places of sales in suce newspapers of general .irculilion scat cf the .. ilh con- for The N W 4 of Section 25, j( Range No. 7, S & E. June of 1S37. and then his bones became affected inconsequence FEW more copies of Headley's Napoleon and
x\ authority to t xeici e all the serve term cf two Tears, from and alter the A
The N E of Section J
in the eeve-ral States as he may deem '- conferred law such dab of the first under 4 2'; of the mercury that had been given him. his Marshall Also, a fine Guitar, for sale by
power- by on otHcer( and that election the amended Constitution -
dient with a brief description cf lee lands to !I. the salaries ui.I..JrH'on Mata ; arid The E i of Section t, Township 1 I. R 9, S& E. A piece of bone came away from his under-jaw in January 9, 1517. 23 P. A. IIAYWARD.
at orda and Laba- no longer and theies.'ions of the Gen .
Of'l I ; ; The W 1 of Section 6 1 R 9 "
freed the number and localities cf ( the
,t ... ; showing ca shall he at the rata ol fix hundred dollars annum eril AoC.mhyhi11! be biennial!, and commence on first place as large as an Enlittb'alnut, a piece -
mines knownthe probability cf discovering otn' ; and! d thckc at Copano and Corpus per Chrihti- the fourth Monc'av in NoiemixT! each and On (the ISth day of MAY, at the Court House oC from his forehead as large as a sixrence, and a piece M. D. PAPY
I Ihe quality of the the facilities cf working the every Jefferson the tracts will be offeret from the of his head. It then ,
: ; ores shall U-at the rate( flue hundrrd dollars annum second jear, cr .it such other time as be CountL following near crown went to
,. ,'1 mines, and the means and expense of transporting I and lure vlnil he depuly collector appointed(pe-r accortin. -; cribe l bv law. may pre for sale, viz : the back and side, and discharged in three places. Ir '

{ .-.. their products to the principal markets in the United ./ Iu la.v, to reside at t Aransas. and to exercise Sec. 2. Rf further mae-tn !. That (the (third clauseof The W J of Sec 1.1,1 From thence to one of his limbs, separating in consequence Practice in all the Courts in the JC States. And all the lands embraced in slid district The E of Sec 14 S In Town I S 5 East. of the the WILL
"% such p".vi' under the reve-r.ue law ai the Secretary the fourth --rtn-ie of the Constitution be amended i ,Range ulceration muscles and cord Office on the first floor of the Capitol
not reported as aforesaid, shall be sold in the "I The S | of S.-C31. ) from the bones of the ankle the back I tis
i I cf !the Tre-asury iiaprescribe ; the Compensation 'fsajd -o thoOllI,. same shall read as loilows: :<1. That the joint on part.- South wing, room formerly occupied by
.. : flame manner as either, landb under the laws now in J I I dc-pilv: roll .rtr, shall be the legal A'('s e>n the I.Vpresentatne-H br chosen on the first Monday The N i of Section G, Town 2, Range 5, S & EOn He had at one time fifteen running sores or i issues Secretarv of the Territory.

: force for the sale of the public lindj excepting( and 'I bu-iiueii he- Lay transact, and no rnor ; and that the in the month of Ooto.er! in each and every second the 25th day of MAY, at the Court House of from the gbns of the throat and those places I have November 15, 1845. 17

1 reserving from such sales section sixteen in each surveyor f.-r tl.e port cf Cavallo shall be di-continucd. year, frora and alter (the first election under this a- 'lad- len County the following tracts will be offered mentioned. In 1S40,1 lived in Portsmouth, N. H., '

township (or the use of schools and such reservations I Si.c. 4. .1'1" bt it further enactid. That the sur- mended Constitution or on such other day as may] for ale. \iz : and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever which: Jolts ERSKINE,

; rs the President shall deem necessary for public veycr for the pfd of Saline shall be discontinued. be directed b.* law. In Township 3 North, Range 3 West. settled in one of his hips, which swelled as large as ATTORNEY AT LAW,

: uses. -.nd a deputy collector shall be appointed for said port Sec. 3. Dri! further enacted That the fifth clause Fractional Section 5, All of Section IS, three of the other. Being under Medical treatment Florida.11'ILL

"' p.,; SEC.3. And be it further enacted. That every per cjf Sabine, with Ihe same power as the deputy col of the aforesaid) article: htto amended as (read as All of Section 7, All of If 22, they gave him laudanum until he lost his reason. attend Quliicy the Justices, Courts. of GacVfcsW

I. lIOn or persons who shall be in possession by actual lector of Aransaj provided for in third section of thu follow, viz: Tli"viators shall be chosen by the SiJ.NWJSec S, Allof If 23, Then I became alarmed and sent for a Thomsonian. the Circuit Court of Middle FlorM*.

., ". occupancy of a mine or mines, actually dsconrl'dprencu. : act, whose salary shall be at the rate of one thousand qualified electors, for (the term (.f four years, at the All of Section 15, All of" 24. His medicine helped his hip and resored his reason. and the County Courts, in the Counties of Georgia

.-"I to thepassagc this act, and who shall pay dollars per annum. panic tune, in tIe: same manner and "in the same All CJf" H, The third time he was attacked with this fever in adjacent

.4 ,, .5 .4_ the came rents as those K\'bo hold under leases from Stc. 'i. Jlnd be it further enacted That the sal- place where they vote for member of the Hou- cfRepresentative In Township 2 North Range 4 West IS 12, when hearing of Dr. Sands' Sarsaparilla, and November 22,1S4513 tfK
-' : the Secretary of War atjd which rents abcrnin* from ary of the collector for the district of Texas, residing -!; antI no person shall l lie a Senator All of Section 17, I All of Section 30. being perfectly satisfied that all other medicines had >- copy. __

% -'. such occupant. and l lessie shall !lie paid and delir. at Galveston, shall be, from and after the thirtieth uriic.-s! he be awhile mm. a citizen of the United Fractional Section 2'J, |I ailed effecting a cure, I sent and procured six bot- NATHANIEL HAMUN,

;; (ted to touch officer of tie government as the Secretary day of Jun next not exceeding seventeen hundred Statesand shalllJ\'e been an inhabitant of this State ties: and by the time he had taken it all I considered
On the of MAY
,a-. ..* of the Treasury shall direct shall entitled 'to and fifty dollars, including in (hat sum the fees for two years next preceding his election and Ihe Jackson day the at the Court House of dim well. Those places healed-he became bright Factor and Commission Merchant,
County following tracts will be offeree!
: ..' purchase the landi on wliich the same is or are situ allowed by law, and that the amount he shall collectin lait sear reidnt, t.f I ihedistrict or county f..r which for site viz and lively-color came to his face and lips-from NEWORLEANS.Col. r

1. ated at any time prior t4< the day of sale fixed by I hePif'Siden.t..in anyone year for fits cxc filing the said sum of he shill be chcsi-n und hall hate attained the ige In, : 5 North 11 hat time till the Fall of 1544 his complaints never WM. BAILKT. Jefferson Co.
S legal subdivisions, not exceeding in the seventeen hundred and fifty dollars shall be accounted of hcnhfict"ars.. Range West troubled him. At that time he became deaf, which }
AU 01 Section I. S 6 & N W J, andS JAS. KIRKSET, Esq.. Tallahassee > Rxrutacis.D.
.. !I aggregate one hundred ani ixty acres, to include for and paid into the treasury cf the United States. Soc. .2:Beit'ftirlhtrenacted. That thsixthclame; continued until last March, when his right eye became
6 arnINE4ofSec2. W i oC N E4 L*PD, Esq., Newport.
ti 3
'tvach mine or mines, paying to the United Slate ApPJo'tPhrdl, 3. 1 1.17.PeuutcNo.. of the afoiesa'd J article be so amended as fo read a, affected; from (hat (o (he left eyecovering the
s I}: of
Section 'clion
& .
-I G isi 29
3. 21. February ,
,thereto at the rate of fivf dollars per acre: Pro -itltd. follows, ML: The classification Senators as made: sight of the eye so that he was in a great measure
;; N & of SW
4. 4 01 Section 2".26'.W
'That prior to entry: jbeing made under the 3" at the first -. deprived of sight.
any protiigions [ J ? i "in rl( the General; Assembly held in \ i\. .11. MARTIN
: : I of this section poofof possession Jind occu'paocj ACT relinquishing to the city Madivin.in Ihe (the ye.T l I" tj. shall rontincu unchanged "one halt ofNEl' ) Slo 23. Knowing that Sands' Sarsaparilla was the only ,

- .. ':, as aforesaid of the nine or mines claimed shall Slate of Indiana all the right an I title of the United (it t whom, a* r.Mrly n po- ihle, shall be chosen forever AndVofSE Section 6 J, > S&NW1Scc24. medicine that had ever done him any good. I applied Commission and Forwarding Serthaat,

't .t ." [be mad. to the regislea and receiver of the land district States to a certain strip unsurveyed land lying herearterbienniallv for the term of four years ; All d Section, 711) All or of Section" 2j, to Mr. Fowle, .othecary.. at Boston for more. He 101 Poydras street,

together with the.evidence of (thr najmenl of I within tile limits cf said city and borderingonthe I'rovultd, hoirrrrr and it i ii hereby dcd.HtJ. that to 26. has taken fifteen dollars worth, which has removed NEW-ORLEANS
;; .' .. 'all rents due the UnitrVIStates, afiree. / to s-ich Ohio river Ihe term of of.f"e:I e.| that class of Senators unexpirM WJ..W6ofSEl, Allof 27, be humor from his eyes and hearing, and he now SELLING AND rOS-
: 1: ''rules as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Be it enacttdby the Senate and Huutc of Repretentatirti at the first eler.tion tinder the amended Constitution 811 vt. 28, appears to be cured, and radically so. I verily beleve BUYING ,
F. i or SV J, Sec U. .0\11 of" attended to with promptness.
'5; : Trea ory tor that putios?, which register and rweir.rr of the I'nitcd Slates of\lmirieu in Con shall extend to,and expire en. the first Monday N :W, all this latter trouble might have been avoided
-4' W4of III If
shall each be entitled aeceive one dollar for his frets assembled That all the right title, and interest in October eighteen hundred and fifly. Allot 30. ii I had continued thorough- the use of the Sarsaparilla W. REFERS TOJxo. -
.... ( 5 mrices therein : PoridedThat an appeal from the' of the United States in and to all that un:urvcjed Sec. 5. lie it further enacted That the fir't election NVcSR4cfSeclJ" AlIof" 31, when he was under its influence the first time. A. ARGYLE, LATHAM &

r '..: decision of the register and receiver to the Secretary strip or parcel of land I ly inland, being in the county. for A-isnrnihtymere under this amended Constitution I Elof: NW4, 11 J.11 oC" 3'2, These are the simple statements of the facts of the December BESTWICK, S. S. Si BUT.

r of the Treasury may be had, undrr such regulations of Je/Teifcvin. and State Indiana, bounded ai follow i, shall take place on the first Monday in Octo- Al1of", of Section 15, All of" 33, case, and I feel it my duty lo make those facts known 5, IS IG. 20

1 :-:.;. t as the said Secretdry may prescribe. And if two or viz.: Ceginning at the southern corner of fractional her, eighteen hundred and! forty-eight ; and the tirst I! Allot" "' I 17, Allof"If 31. to the public, for the benefit of those who may be Molasses and Fish Barrels.
more persons are in possexsion of the same quarter section number one; (thence wc twardly, along the I session of the General Assembly, under this amend- Allot If If 33, fflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the 'T'HE undersigned has constantly on hand and will
A1lof .
.5 section, the first occupant shall be entitled to a preference south line of fractional sections one, two, and three tied Con.tilutinn.lihall commence on the fourth Monday 19. 30.Ailof cure has been effected solely from the effect of this J. engage quantity superior Cypress SYKWf

:'s.I; ,' unless (the same can be so divided by Icgtl all in township "three" north, orange/ "ten" east, in November, in the year eighteen hundred and In Township 20.4 North, Range West invaluable medicine. or FISH BARRELS any : the formerholding from 37 W40srallin3

subdivisions as to git e to eachTle discovery claimed until said line strikes the southwest corner of said forty-eight. Fractional Section Fractional Section 21. HANNAH W. BECK 22S Main st. } : the later usual Fish barrel siie.Newport. .
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: (bjr him. Fractional section numbt'red"thrt';" (thence from (lie Passed Senate, December 2- IS-ifi. All of .1 23 I Suffolk, u. Boston, October 13,1346.-Then personally .Feb. 13. 15-17. 30 nAVL. LAPP .

'.- .' i Src. 4. Jlnd It it further enacted. That the said corner last mentioned, due south,to Iow-water markon D. H. MAYS, President ol Senate. In T 3 N ROW. ,ll of Section 19. appeared (Ihe above named Hannah W. Beck --

..t I : mineral lands shall be offered for sale in subdivisions the Ohio river; thence eastwardly, up and following H. ARCHER, Secretary ot! Senate. InT3 N., R lOWest. 13ndS\1' 1andEj of and made solemn oath that the above certificate, by Just Received by J. B. Fortune.O .

{ :of quarter-quarter sections, and r.o bid shall be rejceired the meandrings of the river at low-water mark, Passed House of Representatives December 39, S.: J. See 6. All 01 Section 14. her subscribed, and statements therein contained, DOZEN Ladies fine colored Kid Gloves,

it. t at a leu rate than five dollars per acre; and if to a point directly opposite the southeast corner*of IS-1C. These lands selected for the State are (rue. Before me, t 4 pieces rich Balzarine

t ;ucb lands shall not be did at public sale,they shall Slid fractional section numbered one ; (hence north ROBERT BROWN Speaker Ho. of Rep*. since, and lying io agreeable neighborhoods many years JAMES RICE, Justice of the Peace. 3 printed Lawns,

-t' ; ,be subject to entry at private sales at that price:- from the point last aforesaid lo the place of beginning M. D.sPAPY, Clerk House Rep. valuable. are For further particulars and conclusive evidence ofits 8 Crash,

4! \!\fropiJed That DO legal\ division or subdivision of of (he lands, Iing.and being in he Jefferson- Fi-biuary. 1517. 32 8m very TERMS-tf One-fourth cash and the other tbree- ( superior value and efficacy, see pamphlet which Russia and Cotton Diaper,te-. *
,. ? i' ,any of laid land upon which there may be an outstanding yule land district I be, and the tame is hereby vested fourths in three annual iostalmeDU. with interest may be obtained of Agents, gratis. March 6, 1847. 31 _

1. ? lease or lease from the Secretary of War in the city of Madison, for the cole use and benefit of For Sale. (om the date of sale in Prepared and sold by A. B. & D. SANDS, Drugist -
.. ti junexpired or undetermined and which i i. actually said city. FARM situated about two and a haIr mile west the purchaser to give bond payable with annually advance ; *. 100 Fulton street, comer of William,N. Y.SoldalsobyLEVIS&AMESTaIlahasseeSMITh. State Tax Collector's.Sale..

t occupied for mining purposes and the occupants o'fwhich Arrmovtp March 3, 1547.PsucNo.. A of Madison Court House. It consists of four or if purchaser shall approved the security T>Y virtue of the power rested ia m.by law I 'wD

4i I -i a have complied with all the requisite of such eighth of first qujlitj of pine land,about 100 acres price any in cash,a discount shall prefer be to allowed pay up of.five whole & CATLIN, Pensacola,F. B.WHITING,St. Mark, expose for sale, before the Court Hoo doet,

-' lease or least, and continued to perform the same, I [ 3D.! ] opened well watered'with excellent springs anda cent.: on the credit instalments.** per and by Druggist generally throughout the United the city of Tallahassee, county of Leon on t"1*

.half to old until aflrr the determination of I leate or AN ACT lo amend an set, entitled an act to raise for comfortable dwelling hou lIc. Tho outbuildings are JOHN States. Monday in July next, the following property,*

'I. .' )eaxs by efflux of time, voluntary surrender,or other a limited time an additional military force and for all new, the barn and gin-house spacious and com- Register of Public Lands BEARD for the Price, $1 per bottle. Six bottles for $3. much thereof will pay the State and County ttX"

I.. ?: )c2l extinguishment, thereof, except in such cases otter p'Jrrcl1"I. modiou There i i. on the tract a superior orchardof 09- The public are respectfully requested to remember the same for the year 1948 : J

t : pie are proxiJed for in the third section of this acts He it enacted bu the Senate and ITwuf Repreentatitei Peaches Figs. &e.; also young vineyard, which Tallahassee, February 1547.State of Florida. that it U Sand SanapanlU that has been Lots Ne*. 317. 318,319, 320, original PtonT

and the leuec respectively shall be entitled to the of the United Stattt ef.imeiiea in Con. he last year produced from 35 toNK bushels of fine .; The Savannah Georgian, Charleston 293m and i is constantly achieving such remarkable cures ofthe 179, north addition, of the city of T lUh s ee.!'!:

: privilege secured by said section apon the voluntary pen assembled That under the promioni of (the grape Its .racier for health I) nqueetionable. and. Columbus Times will the Mercury most difficult clan of diseases to which the human porting to belong to Davenport.A. .
Surrender oftba( lease or leane* held by them. ninth se-etionof, .the act approved February eleventh Apply to tha Editor of the Floridian OJ on the prem- weeks, and send their account to the above sue frame is subject; therefore ask for Sands' Sam- A. FISHER. S5ii

:. 1- I Sec. A. Jlnd be it further enacted. That the man. eighteen hundred and forty-Mven. entitled "An act isesto W. C.'MILLER Public Lands for the State of Florida Register ot peril!., and take no other and er officio Tax Col. lot Lass Cqtt1Decetnbq

lament and control nllhe( mineral l land hall he 10 raise for limited time an additional military force January I sn. 23 at Talllhuee. December 12. 1846. XO ly 26.1644. 3>



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