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: May 1, 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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t WORMS-(NOCTUA GOSSYPIf.) 7u11E] umas) from my clerical brethren, the state
I TWO articles on this; nuhjept; hare appeared ment of any reason they may hare offer
" j J. the Time, from the pen[ of Mr. Thomas m refuuuoa of an opinion I bold, that rain

. fleck, well known for bis devotion to agri. 0 was unknown in tbe world till the time of the

cultural science. These articles contain much deJug. This opinion I ground Gen. ii.
i interesting matter; but as the subject has not ; copar with Gen. ix. 13 and 14; In a
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been much investigated, It is not surprising --- passage we are to'd that -'the

that any. writer, .or observer. should, record. er._ SIBLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA\, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1847. VOL XVIII-NO. 41. _Ikiif God fli bad*, .IT not._ caused* it to.*rain upon. the.. Lr_ _,
rors. It is witb a new to point out some ol om ---- -LTTworcu mo wnoie taco of I he
I hare well ascertained from ob.lervalUMi ground by a mist that
these, which -- -- ---- '- -- ---- --- --- -- -- -- xrent up the
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that the followingifew: remarks are I so, of course Mr. A. must see that be cannot \SMALL"MAN'S MISFORTUNES. Ft om the Saturday Carrier.ANIMAL SKETCH OF SMITHSON.- -- ------ and in the latter passage, is ba earh

made. It is not designed at present to offer give two to five days for the egg hatch; threeto There was considerable alarm in the police MAGNETISM.The We find in the Philidelphia Pennsylvanian the rainbow was seen >r i the first time -

any thing very complete on tbe subject. But five weeks for the worm to eat ; and one to office yesterday morning amongst the officers, pioneers of science have ever labored a memoir of the endower oftbo Smithsonian till af er tbe belug Hence it appears to no ma

it is by the joint contributioft of many that a three weeks for the chrysalis. From 1 four to when the Recorder called for Bill Ribbs.." under two important disadvantages in. Institute, (the Regenis of which hay recently easier and safer to suppose that there had .
perfect knowledge of the nature and habits of sit dais is the duration of the moth's life; and For some time the culprit could not be found ; credulity and consequent opposition and ridi appointed) and ofthe donation ben been ['[neither rain nor rainbow before the

this destructive insect is to Le gained. The this added to the other periods would give us but at last the collar of a huge blanket coat the uninformed, and the excesses of Take the facts all together, the Editor it It- flood-than to suppose, that ".e fal of rain

books have,: a little to guide us, and much to hut one generation, which he estimates at sis was turned down and an individual with a charlatian",or impudent imposterswho, basing says and they bare more a the impress weJ.romance had been an ordinary occurrence upwards

lead us astray. I fear Alfleck has trusted to hundred, but which is about two hundred.- face as full of wrinkles as a frost-bitten crab. their catch-penny: tricks upon some abstract than of reality, and are destined to occupy sixteen years without the lainbow

books to fill tbe hiatus, where his observation Even two generations, which might be produced apple, answered, with the timidity peculiar to truth, contrive, by the aid collusion and leger a conspicuous page in our national hist.-. being frequii'ly seen, as it is now : mini! the
was incomplete. We shall nctice his errorsin though.: not terminated in six weeks, small men in large crowds, "that's me." Mr. de mai to amuse and astonish, for a time the rv.. conclusion to which I am led, that previously

their order: would only be two hundred multiplied by two i' Hibbs coat was very green, and as sbagz as mids superficial spectators ; but whoso opentions James Smithson,the testator, xvas-a of to the universal deluge, there had bon no |lj
Augast 29th-"It is now some four weeks hundred, equalling forty thousand ; or, by his the hide of a Shetland pony-he when submitted to the test of science, the British crown. He xvasdecendant subjf"c in blood rain ; but instead: of it4 I there went up a mist
since! the appearance of the caterpillar was own estimate of numbers in each generation, footed, hatless, and evidently bad visions of generally tumble to the ground, involving alike ofthe Percys and Seymour, names illustrious from the earth and watered the whole face of ?!

spoken of." six hundred multiplied by six hundred, equaling blue devils and red monkeys before his eyes. ir: their ruin and disgrace, the true and the in the history of the mother country. Hugh i the ground," and that, consequently, not

I find no accurate information of their appearance three hundred and siity thousand. Either I "Ribbs," said the Recorder, "you were I fdsc. I Smithson, the ancestor of his o\vn name In after the delude xvas the rainUiwn--- -- -- _*%..., _>.ti .J .
in this region earlier than the 6th or I :Mr. Townsend or Mr. Affleck is far in error: found roving about last night." We most sensibly feel our portion as a kind year 1660, immediately after- -restoration'h on tho LlrdGoiuid unto Noah,*. I do set IUVM my

10th of August, though it is said they were a I probably both, in respect to the rapidity of Did you speak to me, sir?" inquired Ribbs of oracle," or, committee of one," to re- I the royal family of the Stuarts, received them. bow in Ihe.cloud, and it Ihal come to pass," I
multiplication. with a convulsive start. pert upon all the improvements and discoveries Charles the Second etc. What form of indeed
week earlier on Bayou Bcruf in the parish of a a for his services can, more

Rapides. Accurate information as to the time Mr. Affleck has not named or classified the Yes, I did speak to you. You were found of the day, which come under our cognizance, to that house rear wars, the plainly intimate, wor, would '

()their first appearance is desirable.Sinre cotton moth. This has been done by several roaming the streets last night-have you no for the benefit or edification of olrat worldof dignity of a Baronet England.\ The fath. that it was then so .see," were o say! tcts decare. I;

writing the aboxe, some overseers others heretofore. I prefer the name that is place of residence ?" readers, and therefore carefully, compare er of the testator, by his marriage with the unknown before the food ? Had the rainbow | J

have told' me that when they made the discovery most descriptive, as the worm feeds only on No, sir," answered Ribbs in a piano tone, apj>caranccs with rdatices, giving them Lady Elizabeth Seymour, who was descended been manifested \) fo how could it J..

of worms on the Blh and 10h August, some cotton. His order among insects, accordingto I ain't got no home-no residence-no no- our unqualified belirfand countenance. Were by a female line from the ancient Percys, and be a sign that there should no repetition of '

were wrapping up in cocoon. These must Cuvier, is No. 10, called Lepidoptera. His thin'. I'm a wiclim, sir." this not the case, the experiments and demonstrations II the subsequent creationjof George the Third, the same awful catastrophe ? On tbe other .

have: been there from the 1st of the month. family is No. 3, called ()('.turna. His genusis "A victim of what ? Of love; malice or in the science of animal magnetism, in)177G became the first orthumherland.His .- hand, how could it possibly hne otherwise It

"The present crop of them is not numerous Noctua: under the fifth division, called Noc- misfortune T" which wo witnessed at the Lands of a very diitinmii son and successor, the brother of the testator -I than manifested, had tho fall ben one i I

nniirrh to An material inmrv.. there bein_ .!.!. notmore tmlites. His specific name, Gossxpii, is from Of'er all. sir. I was born in misfortin.. !hed medical practitioner of this citv. was known in the historv of our n voii. oftlto _ctkuca of it (a. itt nma iinuortO hffR ti yc*.
'--0-than-- a-iincaaoze; ; : ; oflhem- on- a plant.; n: (lossy|)itim, therngenuine name of the cotton 1. and Fll die in the xvork- and a litirary: gentleman; of probity! and worth; ; : I tona-rf war, by the name of Lord Percy; ;-iI participated an ordinary ocur-rence ? To suppose that ( '

This number trould do "material injury." plant in Botany. These arc the reasons why stunted when I wos young sir a x ear ort wo since, must have: taken our xxhoe! I/1 as a British officer, in the battles ttf(. rain been constantly falling from the days fJ'

I find that an adult worm, say from six to ten I term him Xoctua Gossyj, or the noclua ofthe -when I was a bloornin child I xx-asn't bigger mind an irreclaimable! captive. We did not Lexington aad Bunker Hill ; and was bearer. of Adam until the time of Noah, without hav. 11

days old, will eat an inch square of leaf per cotton plant.In than a baby ; and now that I'm a man, I then so express ourself: the demonstrations I of the despatches to the British government ing once-not to say often-in the course of ':

hour. Take the smaller! number stated, and making the above remarks I do so with ain't the size of a ordinary twelve.year.oklboy. were too avtonis'iing!, too wonderful and too from the Commander in" Chief detailing the one thousand six hundred years by the refraction 'I
we find sii square inches of leaf per hour.- proper diflidence{} -merely stating the result of It's a judgment I'm a payin' for the seeming: !} unnatural for belef but xve could i ct'tnl of those memorable days. These data ofthe rays of the sun, produced a rainbow' f, h i

Then, in ten hours eating, ((1.r they cat almost my own observations. If I have added any vanity of my parents, sir ; theirsins is visited rtW, und. did not t lcice but awaitedthe in the history or the Smithsons, xve give, not would b**, it appears to me to suppose I the in.tervention '

constantly during daylight) sixty square inch important facts to the many contained in the on me, sir, and I'm warped !" aid of lime and In the mean- :I for any love we bt'a for blood,' but because of a repeated miracl to prevent 1 I. 1

If this be continued seven days, the plant I Ifl. interesting' article of my friend and colaborer, You're warped ; what do you mean ?" while thy.science has met with various successat i they serve to illustrate the singularitofhe b. It.-CorruIJndcn of Church ali Stale Ga.

will have lost four hundred and twenty square :Mr. Affleck this is all I desire. At a proper "I'm shrunk up to a 'oatom, ; the f.t'l all out time examined and respected at another j:| quest. Here xvas a fJreigner ;etc. tiN' t.

inches of leaC As this eating w,>uld be chief. time-afier I shall have !better determined his fried out of me ; every thing in this word is trifled with, burlesqued, and ridiculed. |I I blood l. born and society of En. -

ly from the upper leaves and forms, a very serious mode of hibernation) shall publish an essayon too big for me, and I fee like no. On Saturday evening last, xve were one of', gland's royalty, bequeathing the xvho'e: of his I ihe Blood Alive?-One of the X. yj I. i;4 .;

injury would result. A plant of mediumsize the natural history of the Noctua Gossypii, I where. My pappy wos a six-foot-sit-incher, a dozrn literary.and scientific gentlemen, who immense fortune to far distant and rival people, : correspondents: noticed the other day the f

will number one hundred and twenty accompanied by careful drawings of the insect and my mammy weighed tnbst two hundred ; were invited to the dwelling ol Prof. Loomis, who had within his own life time vanquished d 'covery, by a French physiologist, of the vi. i I

!leaves, of a mean area of four square inches.: I in all bis stages. :Meanwhile, I shall be very but when I xvos born, sir, then the truth come South Eighth street, to witness and investigate: his royal kinsmen on fields of battle, anJ endowing t'lis tility of each globule of blo. To show that 4i

The moth is to be found, in the greatest happy to hear from other observer home to 'em, and they felt that in me they some experim-nts! in the cairoaTpllenom.. II an institution learning in a land ,I the fact hai been ho quotes I

Bombers, in the woods! bwamps and hills, I C. G. FOUSBEY.Fiomthc was punished for braggin' on their bigness.You .- i enon of the science. subject, a young which he had never himtelf risiled' Did cv. I fblloxving of Medicine from Dickson's ChronOtberma J :

miles from a stalk of cotton. They travel ra. could have put me in a quart mug, I xxos 1 lady, daughter of the professor, was placed in er Englishmen before, or since, I living or dead, System -a work bjr il ;
pldlv, and to a great distance. OX South Carolinian so little. I xx-os weighed in a pair of 'pothe. the inagneclic sleep by her father, when the I pay tribute like this to the excellence and great Sir Astley Cooper, the most eminent surgeon 111: Jj

This is all very different from my observa TiE CULTIVATION OF CORN &COIO: : cary's scales, and when my mother heered as Visitors were invited to effectually blind-fold superiority American Institutions? Smithson of modern times-not excepting Valen. :

tion. In the swamps I have sught for them, I usually commence planting corn about the how I wos so many ounces in werpht, she hated her cJes.hich. being done, various articles was, it is true., by firth and eductiol a Brit. tine Mott and Alex. II. Stearns : J f J
20th March, and as I generally)' prepare my me from that minnit and refused to nuss of manuscript and matter but It was a question whether or the blood 1 t
.,,'ben most numerous and could not find them printed were given ton, enthustastic )beyond measure must have rot t
in a wood three-eighths of a mile wide, bounded ground with the plough, before I commence me !" to her, which sometimes drawing across i... i.""n his admiration oftbe United view. be alitf. That question is now.definitely set : ; t tj I

on three sides by cotton, in which they were planting, I begin then to haul out my manure. *. Refused to nurse you That was very inhuman forhead, and at other times holding above her I ed even trom me mm u,._.w_ States ".. tled.tS\4 fft John.._Hunter.*OT- -.,-to.I he- -con.-v c'ion, of. every*. : ; t ;;
in thousands. At distance of I manure about one half of my corn ground : !" head, she read of with the umost! readiness j World, to have thus consecrated his name and drop that artificially leaves the system is ad. 1 f' ,
flourishing a one with the rest of my ground fur I adopt *. Inhuman it sir. and of of I fortune to the still increasing spread of free and .! 1, )
hundred yards from the cotton, no moths wereto t'or I ; was cruelty, They rent. accuracy. piece printing an un. milted, even by those who take it away, tu boa Y i
be found. I am confident they: do not tra. the alternate system of one }t'ar't tilth, and I ed me out to a lean woman, as was blessed usual and novel character, which xve chanced liberal principles. drop of life.. He who loss a pint of blood i 4

Tel far through woods. In opt'n.fields, especially one of rest. When I have finished faltinp.I wit), twins to be nusscd ; but it was no use. to ham by us, was promptly read. Every effort I Srniihson's last will and testament is dated loses a pint, of life. Of what-is the boJ/com .I

when inerled by fires, they may travel my corn, which occupies from six to ( My mouth xvos: so small that they had to feed was made to baffle and try her, )but in vain, I I Bentic Street, Cavendish Square, Cily of London I posed? I it not of blood, and blood only 1'F t It

& mile or two probably, never further. I prepare m}' ground for potatoes, which I then I me through a quill, which accounts for my literary I and ihe theory of bore, that she fell the 1ft- October, 182G. He bequeathed the I What fills up the excavation of an ulcer or an ll :

The moth is described to be of a "greenishgrey plant. I usually employ the leisure internalsI turn of mind. They never give me the ters, was fairly dispelled by the whole compa- whole of his estate to his bankers, Messrs. abcess 1 What produces the bone of the I leg .

with brown shading." I find nothing of hate from the time I commence planting in milk, but the bonnyclabber,of human kindness, ny'e presenting their watches, which she not Drummonds, of Charing Cross, in trust, to be or thigh, after it has been thrown off dead, in h I t ISIi

a green color in the moth; but a greyish brown.Nor making cotton beds, &c. and my infant sensibilities wos soured, and I only successively described accuratel)',fJut told disposed of in the following manner: To John I nearly-- ] all il length ? What but the lit in. 1 j.t J. If

are there two white spots- on the outer I My usual time for commencing to plant cot. I xvos throw'd into the world all warped and cur. [ to the fraction of a minute the precise time of I Fittall, a former servant, a life annuity of bloo:; ; under the u--o vitro-electrical Influence of 111 5 :

tring. The little scales which distinguished ton has been about the 10th of .April, and it died up, too big to do nothin' and too little' togit each, and also the difference in time one from \ 100 sterling : to Henry James Hurgerlord/ brin and nerves-? How does the slaughtered .

tbe Lepidoptera, upon the junction of the out. takes about 1 days to plant the crop.. I have I a In'in'. At thirteen year old a charitable I another I his nephew, the whole! of the income of the animal die ? Of loss of blood solely. Is i "
for several years adopted the plan of making hired be showed We believe there doubts left the residue of his properity, during life, and afier i
er wing with the body, seem clustered into lit. gentleman me as a dwar I were no on not the blood,then in the expressive languagsofScripture'the !
tie false super-wings, and in sonic individualsare shallow chops on the bed with the hoe, for the -but the doctors looked at my teeth, mind of any one present that collusion or fraud I his demise to his child or children, legitimate. life of the flesh !' How remarkable .

slightly lighter colored than the wings be. reception of the seed, and I coxer lightly. I I wasn't old enough for that business, so my could possill.hare any agency in the matter, In case of the death ofthe nephew, without t that while the value of the ll0 to I
plant about three feet between the beds, and leaving issue, the,testator xvills follows 6 I ,
if I small and that whoever attends :
low. The underside of the wings and bodyare purtector dropped me a wos a xverry we may safely promise the animal economy should! be thus so distictlyand I I
of from 12 to 20 inches on the bed. That,though, hot pcrtater, and I had to shift for myself again..: the public exhibitions of Mr. Loomis. then bequeath the whole of my property to emphatically acknowledged, letting I I
a bright silvery I blo
The grey. the leaf I must depend always on the quality of the land ; I then engaged at a theaturto do the 'Infunt held at the Lecture Room of the Chinese Saloons the United States America to found at Wash is not even once alluded to among various i
not fully eggs satisfied are deposited that they on are placed only am I but I have no land, however light, that 1 would Fernomenun' parts, but a littler performer thanme we believe will be ready to confess, ington, under the name of the Smithsonian modes of cure mentioned in the second volume. 1. f

there)In clusters. They are round and whitish plant cotton nearer than 12 inches to the bed. came along, and I was agin laid on the with Hamlet, that Institute, an establishment for the increas an We have balms,' 'balsams: baths, charms,*
While I am planting the cotton, n.)' plough sllelt Then 1 took to ellin' penny papers- .There are more things in Heaven and Earth, diffusion ofknoxvledge among men. ) physic'-' even-but loss of
or pale green. hands are breaking the boxes of corn Than of in Hurgerford continued to receive the Income poulices' blo
The I have found in clusters up my Chatham street b'hoys ruled me out, wen evcrdieampt our philosophy. never! practiced by the Jews t
eggs never Severalare nor ground, with shovel ploughs. (I have one. 'cause they said that it was onproper for a man I arising from the property until the year 1833, why this omission ? J.
do I believe they are ever so placed. third of all my eff clh-e force in plough,) and to take the bread out of the mouths of the ri. Table TtJk.-Some of the Representatives when he died, without children, and intestate, f '

placed on a leaf sometimes eight or ten. after planting a few acres of rice, I then begin sin' generation. A gentleman with the dys. of the giflature are occasionally the subjects I In an amicable suit instituted before the Lord A Settler.-The Pittsburg Post tells the fol. J .
They are uniformly! ofa bright green color. I to thin out, and mould my corn. 'I plant my pepsia took a Jikin' to me, and adwised me to of a joke, probably from their inquisitive} dis Chancellor, these facts were established, and lowing formidable tale : A Western man and i; i '
but beneath
hare found where
them no I i corn four and a half feet each way, and leave diet myself Graham bread and Croton wa. I positions. At the table of one of our Hotels I II I a decree issued, awarding the estate to the an Eastern man undertook to tel lies for a va. t

cotton leaf and I have sought diligently up to but one stalk in the hill ; my hands can easily ter, and I did diet myself till I thought I should I on \rashin 'on street, one of the wisdom," United States. ger. The person who could tel the most im. 1 H t
the time. A few have been laid I I I II J
present eggs I who was in the habit of asking those around
work over an acre a piece per day. As soon ; die at it. wore me down so thin that I hadn'tno Our distinguished townsman, Rich'd. Rush, prb.bl. story to xvin. It was that
those confined the j a"a.gd 1
I had
by have on mosquito I as I have moulded the corn, I immediately I shadder I I felt myself slowly into \ him, iiMcad of the waiter, to wait on him, one I was selected by President Jackson in 1830, as Easter man should open the He 4

netting; walls of their enclosure, and on the I plough it over with the sweep plough ; which I gallupin' consumption; and was t>o goin'weak that a I day a'.ked .Tar, the gentleman opposite" i the special agent ofthe United States, to proceed I began by stating the following singular occurrence f J
the various
tides of the but
glass jar: none on plough, xvi'h its wing can be made to run very couldn't hear me cough. I wos goin Can }oj reach them pertaters, sir ? to England and prosecute the bequest to : "A few can since" said he, "I was f 41
leaves which I have in you
green kept growing I of Mac extended his arm toward the dish andsatisfit.d final which commission he '
its of the
the without it. executed ;
near young corn, injuring fast, when an artist, who had an interest recovery ; standing upon Susuehanna ) I
ny cocoonery. At the same time I commence working my cassapurilla and papent pills, got me to set for himself that he could reach the />. I most faithfully and successfully. On the river, and looking down the stream, saw a t .

Tile eggs are hatched in from two to five cotton. I always hoe down first. think it ,I the of a man xxho had had the and' laterx, and answered, 1st of Sl"ptemher,13S, Mr. Rush deposited ingoldat $strange craf coming down, and I concluded to f .:
days, according to the weather, and immediately [picter agur .Yes sir." .
mintthe of ;
j $5O3 In short
is of much importance to the plant to takeaway fever for and nine months. xxasa I Philidelphia sum wait came opposite to me. a J
commence eating the leaves of the plant. carefully the eaith and young grass from capital se'enears portrait, and helped to sell I a : .\nJ sill JOt stick my fork into one of :ns 46, being the proceeds then recovered of time it floated down to where I was standing ) i -
increase in size their many "
They rapidly -attaining its it and 'em ? asked the Rep. I the bequest. and I discovered that three men were on i
roots it t.
as soon as comes up, especiallyassists of and bushels of I bar
full growth of one and a half inches, in from hogshead surrup pis. .. said Mac lIe took the ,
0 certainly, as however subsequently blind
in the subsequent tending. Three or the artist have to : Unfortunately Congress of it. One of them was i. i
three to fire vxels. i four days after the cotton is hoed down, I follow thought set for the woul made me fork, carefully.stabbing it into the potatoe, authorized the investment ofthe fundin without arms, and the third had no clothes on. f t: P -
picter man as wos as
la such weather as we have had,since their here he left it.At State bonds-those things which looked down into the water "
with the plough, which more naughty The blind man: t
first tbs hatch out in ahoutthirty.sit sweep ef good as new by the medicine ; but there Iagin xx-os somewhat vexed and "
appearance eggs thistle Rep. was have cost us Americans so severe half dollar at the bottom of I
tual than any plough I have used, destroys c.1 cruelly disappointed f The ungrateful poor many and saw a piece
hours-in forty-eight hours at most. asked, rather tartly, and afford the Smiths and without reacheddown I t
and throws enough earth to scoldings, Sydney the river, the man arms j J
grass up painter hired a fresh from Germany, "
And from the time of to the gentleman fork ?
hatching passinginto the plant until the next working. I then Wi you pass me my London Punches such glorious opportunities and picked it up, and the one that was naked
cocoon, the time is nearly' uniform, and as wos imported to tend a laroil fact'ry in Gin- .. fork sir !" and I I '
your yes for of their and it in bis
out to a stand and craw up with a hoe, (on the cinnatter to set for the figure of the indiwidual I displays sarcasm. took it from him put pocket.
may be stated at eleven days. They do not taking of the} fork he drew it from the po. ; Arkansas alone 8199,500 of the fainted. I
same day,) the loose earth thrown up by the rf""curl'd from the of death usin'tbree hol got money The Western man
vary more than one day in this respect. There plough. I always thin out to a stand. The a wos jaws by tatoe, parsed It back to the Rep., whose | and Ohio, Illinois, and Michigan the remainI I
bottles of and night and
must be some typographic error in :Mr. A's. surrup pills morn- nerves xwre not a little shocked.: I der. The object of Congress in authorizing this Joe filler.-Although this personage is
plant in each chop, wish topresrte :
statement. They grow to half an inch in young faster, and is less you likely to jng for five weeks in succession Yaier vai'er.! I say !" cried t the Rep., investment, was doubtless highly commendable constantly quoted, very few persons know who

length, in about four days ; and eat the under die than if grows of or four, or even two stalks, But have you no other'* profession by which will you pas me a pertater ? }'e been try. -viz : to increase the fund by the accession be was. His name was John Mottley, born .

side of the leaf; but are unable to cut throughthe are left and tme: and labor are sa you can get a Jt'ing ? in' for a half an hour to get and if you interest. But subsequent experience has in 1692. He wrote several dramatic pieces. f
epidermis of the upper side of the leaf.- ved. together ; I told yet that I wos suckled througha I don't pass 'em along purty sune, Il vacate my too painfully served'to: demonstrate its impoli He was dreadfully troubled with the gout,par t l -

After this, they eat on the margin, devourirfg I After I have thinned and drawn upthe whole, quill, which give me a literary turn. Well, seat and report jour conduct my insulted cy. The principal of most of these bonds is ticularly in his right hand, which preventedhim t
with, greatly increased rapidity. They growbntil I the i. hoe down I I took to reportin' sma1 items for a Sunday pa. constiterwents !"-Boston paper. not redeemable until the year 1960 and 1970 frequently from writing, and he was confined f
again over same course, e.
which do in about go I i per ; I sos great on writin about his bed.room for two but t
to have to un.
ready wrap up, they and to the climax, the Arkansians years ;
the second time follow with the cap KJj
six hours labor. The chrysalis is completedin i ; up sweep broken legs. and babies as wos found in segar Astounding Ignorance.-The report of the paid not a cent ofinterest since July 1341. der all these trying circumstances, he main. I

about thirty to thirty-six hours afier the co. I plough and draw up again, which workings boxes and wells ; but one day my ambition got I Register General, recently! published in Lon The amount due from that State alone is accumulating tained a cheerful temper,and gave to the world,

coon is finished. i make the crop. Though it i is frequently ne roused, and I attempted to report a horrid don, discloses a depth of i ignorance and debasement at the rate of 832,000 a year, and about the year 1720, the book that bear the

During the life time of tbe worm, he casts .. cessary to run one or two furrows with the murder.' I was to heavy for me, sir ; my I! among the poorer classes of Great amounts at this day (exclusive principal) to title of"Joe Miller's Jests." Mottley wrote a
shovel plough, and draw up again when tbe feelins wos on fire, and I dished the awful vhich would be incredible if it
his skin at least four times. This is proba. up : Britain, were $260,000. Michigan and Illinois have portion ofthe popular force called Tbe Devilto
lily from the books, as I have grown many single plant is in bearing, in order to lay by with a in beauterful style. But, yer honor, would not vouched for by official records. A Lon. also over followed suit ; Ohio alone meeting her Pay." Queen Caroline, (wife of George

worms, from infancy to the chrysalis constantly large bed and destroy any grass which may you blecve it ? the editor said I wos drunk ; I don paper of the 16th ult., gives a synopsis ofa instalments. We trust the day is not far off 11.when Princiss of Wales, commanded a

in my sight, and no one of these cast have escaped the former workings. that no sich murder took place ; that I wos a portion of the returns, from which we lear when these States will be able to wipe off play to be performed for Mottley's benefit .
While all this has been I have
going on, Lillyputian humbug, and hadn't th shadder ofa I lnltofthe of England and a1
iiis Lin at any time. In the fields I have occasionally that one population this ,stain from their escutcheons. and disposed of a great many tickets with her
been ploughing my corn ; the third time, still right to draw water from the fountains of unable write their During .
to names.
Wales and of
found a skin, but attribate them to are Nearly eight have henco elapsed own hand in the drawing-room, most
with the sweep plough. At the fourth plough. literature. He wos jealous of genius, sir, 1839 1840 and 1811, out of years :
the death of the worm. my the yt'ars sincc the United States came in possession of them were paid for in gold. So much for the
ing, (with the shovel plough) I plant pea and he. kicked me down stairs. Sinre that marred: 303,830 affixed their I "
papa is black and slimy. In this stateit 733,783 persons this fund and yet not one stone has been piled author of Joe Mier'. Jests.
xvhich usually happens about the last of May. cwentful moment I don't remember nothin' in of
remains from one to three weeks." I marks to taa marriage registry by way sig. another as the first step towards fulfilling
The pupa, is of a dark brown color, and is After the next or fifth ploughing with the sweep pertickler; there's somelhin wrong here, in nature. In Monmothshire and Whales 43 the upon intentions of the liberal-minded donor.- A fl'man.-Ded in Orange, -

perfectly dry. On the emergence of the sylph, plough, which happens about the last of June, my brain, sir, and I want to die. In the other males in 100, and 69 females in 100 were unable This long delay is doubtless the offspring of Mass.Rearkabe, ., Mrs. Sarah GoddelL rlic of
I lay by bed or bill the corn with the hoe. world there ain't cherubs dwarf while in Cheshire '
no giant their
.a drop of whitish slime is discharged. Ten nor to write names the ill advised investment afore mentioned Joseph Goddell, formerly aged
.dayi is the longest period have ever known I take time during the xxwkiug of my cot.. angels ; there people's all of one size, and IJ and Landcashire per cent of males, and 6; but we are now rejoiced to award to the pres.; I 94. She was married at the age of 18 year i
,this worm to remain in chrysalis. Sir days is ton crop, to hoe down and draw up the potatoes be happy !" per cent a" females, were similarly disqualified. the of I-she had four husbands, eighteen years in.

the shortest time : and a yen large majoritycome and work over the rice twice or three Here the sympathy of the Recorder becameso At the jail in Preston Lancashire, of ent been Congress the first to make proud the testimony properapplicationofthe having tervening after her marriage with each. She

out on the eighth day. I varied the cir. times.I apparent that two stout police officers spread 1G82 persins committed during the year 1841, fund. The United States owes the debtto lived with her last husband, who was 90 years i

cumttances to great extremes, yet these were<< would remark, in closing, that many planters their coat-tails, by way of a curtain, before 40 per ceit were unable to name the monthsof 'he intentions of Mr. Smithson, and solemnly of age, when she married him, 3} years, and t '

the results. Even those buried in cooi fri! about me adopt a very different system poor Billy Ribbs, and drawing a white hand. the )t'tr, 39 were ignorant of the name of her faith when she accepted the a widow since the death of her last husband

earth, one, two and three inches, and kept' from tbe one I have here mentioned. They kerchief across his visual organs, the magistrate the reigning sovereign, 42 per cent knew not I bequesr.pledged Whether the indebted States meet j 18 years. Her first and last husbands weia
before tbe close plan largely and tend carelessly with plough- slowly withdrexv. of the words "virtue "vice "
cool, eiher: died or came out the impoi instalments not, does not weaken th- brothers.
but I doubt their or
ing in of
of the tenth day. a numbr con. righteousness," &c., while 13 per cent xvere This we are glad to
Each, female will multiply her specie to fcecutive )'ear they can realze more. By HOW TO MAKE A DOUBLE CROP ON A POOR I. unable to count one hundred. Incredible alit oblation.fully principle in the recent action There is no more constant and deep source
the their system, they must necessarily plant much SOIL. to her \u recognized than discontent. No matter what
extent of from two to six hundred. may appear, among th opinions a of of misery
I have dissected many of the females,before more provision land ; must expend a large cap. Plough up your ground intended for corn in Majesty's name,seven were in favor ofM Prince CongressAlt our circumstances may b if we are discon

they began to deposit their eggs, and have tal in horses; and whenever the seasons are the fall of the year, as deep as you can ploughit Albert," vhile 1 supposed it to be Eliza fo Truth and Potry.-Lor Byron's all is mier an unfavorable as

bund no one with more than two hundred and adverse, must work much harder. I could ; let it lie till spring ; at the opening of which, beth." Their religious ignorance was ati Maid of Athens is ari. wife of tented i tbrwn over every advantage and pro
mention other disadvantages of their system, when the frost is entirely out of the Englishman named Blick; a correspondentofthe pct
f forty *Sg The majority have about two hun.ored ground more deplorable, 69 per cent never an .
but those I have suggested are sufficient to it and harrow it down.It Boston Atlas thus speaks of her: "She pect.A
at once in tbe ovarium. I counted with give a good ploughing the name of the Saviour.-Englithpaper. deacon who sometimes engaged in
convince me. is then in order for to and had not drawn inspiration sleepy
the aid of good preparing plant. is ugly, ignorant, Byron
a powerful magnifier. COTOS.Howe Take slaked ashes two-thirds, and of ground We have but a little while to stay in this from the wells of her heart, would popular games, hearing the minister use the

, the 4fln:100 1B44 they made their appearance" about plaster, one-third ; mix them well together, world, and when wo leare it wo ... oarry no L... ...-.. notice.anv where. Re. xvords shuffle off this mortal coil,' started up
Mr. or 12th of Septem r. r diatinguishe a man may be, be and follow the droppers, and put as much of thing with us but our moral character, a good ally, I pity .t"/. or any other intelligent !"!'*--.* *y eves i and exclaimed, Hold ontttzmycleahi .
A. does _
not state where they first in the understand that be
feels innocence.1:10w
ap unqualified pleasure superi. conscience guilt or with such wife, but
rarely this mixture on the seeds as in or bad our ou man --
peared at that time. In Concordia parish, ndthelatenor ority of a woman. If he does not love her, his hand and cover it well you over can in the grasp usual important is it then to look after those is tbe kindest of husbands, and that their life The fishes are mute, lest they should reveal
of the alluvia lands they hive offence if he does his your : of the Solomon knew _
! ap. self esteem takes ; bear The corn will finely, re. things which we must leave behind. is most unpoetically happy. the secrets great deep.
peared fro way. grow uji
the lit to the Sib of September; is alarmed by it. an and yet he
*nd their chief destruction !of'the cotton wu tain a strong, vigorous growth and green U beautifully pious and mtjveyaZue.-While corn in Eng. tem die
aJmQlt be vicious than doesto color, and stand the drought much better than There something I' dollars and sixteen cents abusel Wine is good in the city,bu bad in the des.
precisely at the same date as this year. costs much more to i tender that word of,sad import : .ADISO land is worth two foolub but it makei
Mr. &. I of to upon the strongest culture. The writer of this i God I little than nine cents ert. It makes wise m1 ,
states that Mr.jTownsend found that vir oUI. It is a matter economy It meant may God guard you-to com. brings but more
ot f poe moth, "the progeny in six weeks, a.DKlnted prtc b virtue ball things. .One vice often having tested tried its the value.experiment for two years, has mit you. i o Illinois. not fool discreet.

to twenty-tii millions of worms." If Coi more than ten virtues. fully


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r 'L':. IL DESPATCHES. support the infantry engaged. Tb action was eerUininjr tire t.mbeiofde.erters and anptncA men ::too late to participate the action but in time to YffJlucnthe speculation,a portion of which,I learn,! TlM IB.
for a lone time warmly mntained at tha point, the from their rant, bat it U known to be very great. render useful services in their respective departments they ban already disposed of at one per cent ad- The whip are terribly.set back by ti, _
1.4 will ,
handsome fortune
irnking several efforts both infantry sad Oar baabeen.npecially TeTeb of the staff. rance. They probably realise a the Administration :
T Gen TaJ1or. detailed Report of the Battle of enemy ,tW. out of this single operation and (there never can in procuring the l lot
4 cavalry agarnat line and always repnbed tj-eight having been upon th field. We&?ve I respectfully enclose returnsof the troops en. ; t
z4v ,*en* VIcU. ou bmg kie better chance investment of by Ccngrew. They are anxious
for the
: the battle. occur again a to
with heavy l loe* I had the regular caval.ry lament the death George assistant gaged and casualties incident to see id
'U Sr BEAD QtARYPP AKMT or OMKHTATIOW ) and Capt. Pike sqwadron of Arkansas horse under adjutant o Ca in Lbs staff of General I am, sir, very respectfully, yoor obedient' llen't capital. In the event of a speedy peace the Treasury carry out the peat work which the people.i
4 ; Jtfva .lVitePa, Monk 6. 1947. gunl Z. TAYLOR, notes composing this loan, bearing they do six per finite
? J the orders of Brevet Le.l'01.May,with directions \Vool-a of high bearing and approved disgust of these politicians,
1 glK_l the honor to sabmit a detailed loss falls General U. S. A. mp1'g ent.: interest, must command a handsome premium, entresg4 ,
: hay report to hoW in check enemy' column, still advancing who fell early in the aieJ" No Major Government; and, hence, they do
1 .: ef the eperationsi o* the force under my"command to the rear aong: the base of the mountain, glatr upon the in than that of The Adjl General of the Army Washington, D c. for nothing representing money could toe more current its tbt '
: which resulted in the of Buena Vista army te fel and in the event of another suspension of specie pose success.and destroy its credit. '
engagement I I
; which done in conjunction with the Kentucky Col. HWI and McKee, and Clay.- ws.
t the repulse of the Mexican and the 3 payments (which heaven forefend!) this i i. the only good is done, they to *
: array. occupation and Arkansas cavalry under Col Marshall and Yell. Possessing in a remarkable degreethe confidence of attempt mar its enecTu1"

E ef this, position. '; In the meantime our Uft. which was still strongly their command, and the last two having enjoyed the THE FLORIDIAN form of paper that would be received in pay for Gov. mors and conjectures of impropriety and tniseILl!!
dues. As of the loan obtained
eminent no was
4 ; The anlorm.iu wtiieh r..h.m.fthe advance threatened by a superior force was further strengthened advantage of a military education, I had looked particularly part i In the steps taken
snd concentration of a heavy Mexican force in my the : by either the New York or Boston bidder, nothing accomplish< it. So it I ins?
; by a dctactimcntvCapt. flritg'.sndaperIinnof : ; to them for in we met ene
.. bad assumed such a form, to induce .e will be done in these cities to assist in the circulation regard to the loan- Seeing it taken '
t probable Sherman's batteries, to that The the
a Capt. quarter. i my. 1 need not *ny tb t thrir zeal in engaging 'fcET V* ALO"J so p
T' :. a special examination far beyond the reach of cot"vr.tration c artillery: fire upon the masses of the I enemy.and the cool and *tend fast courage with which .. of the notes; but this dislike will be only temporary they must trump np stories to shew how wjc

our pickets to, certain its corn-fines!. A small partY enemy along base of the mountain,and the deter they maintained their positions during the day fully SATURDAY, MAY 1. I81T.QCh and from their desirable character ibey will soon be t the matter was mrsmtnajred. They

..I 'a of Texan spies,under Maj. Me Culloch, patchf rint lesistance ofFered by the two regiments OJ}. realizl my hopes, and (uS me tS feel yet more -_-_ _-_- -- _-_n_ _-_- _-___--__-_-- in demand undoubtedly the in every large" commercial taken fairly, and that Messrs. Corcorw sty it .
'. : to the Haciertd* of EnCanacin, 30 miles thil, l to them had created confusion in their ranks, their los*. community throughout country. kfct ,
4 'i ( en the route to San.Luis PotOi, had reported a cav- and some of the corps attempted fo effect a retreat sensibly I perform a untimely grateful duty in bringing to the rotiee The Circuit Court for Leon County Judge it i because they were favorite Whig eaprhPwu*

I' .. 1 airy fore*of unknown strength at that place. On the I upon their main line of battle. The squadron of the of the government the general good conduct DALTZELI prellidingc mmenc'd its session on Mon. The New York Globe New York and Boston, put in bids fcr it, '

1 20th a stroni rcconnoissance under Lt. Itt under J iut. Rud'fr. was now orderedup and will continue the This i is
4 0 Frbuar drson" troop Exposed for successive night without fires day last, probably greater part enough in the eyes of
1 I Col. \va despatched to the Hacienda of If eel ionda the derp tavine, which these We incidentally alluded in our last to a paper in whig polit ,
: rerlalinorps to the ol the weather ,
t 1fy severity they were ever prompt if not the whole of next week. hew misconduct. It
f \ Maj. McCnlloch made another exarninationof were endeavoring to cro>*. in order charge and cheerful in the of duty, and finally the city of New York with the above title and characterized tarns out.though.,

'. E'icarn-irion. The results of these expeditions perse them. The squadron proceeded( the pvrt in. conspicuous discharge steadiness every and gallantryin On Monday, the 10th inst the Judge commences it as an able Democratic paper." To this were successful, because they put in the be* bjL..

: 'I .,' len no doubt tutthe enemy was in large forte dif.ilfd, but could no' accomplish the object, being repulsing di-playr: great odd a disciplined foe. Wh lethe his Court in Gadsden County, which completes the our amiable friend of the Sentinel takes exception, b ids most favorable for the Government.

at Encarnacion und crdl'r of Gen.Santa Anna. f'po.Ct to a heavy fire from a battery establithfd to brilliant *ucce achieved by their arms releases Spring Courts for the Middle Circuit. We notice (Ibis matter now, however
and that he a forward movement and attack cover retreat of those While the squad. and cites, what he says is an extract from which the to ike*
( meir'P the corp me from the painful fttlil of rpeoifying mary For the first time since the organization of the what attitude the Administration
: r i ui-on ron was; detached on this : a large body of the of bd conduct! before the I feel an increased Southern reader is to infer that the journal we had stands hefort
'. l A* the camp of Agua Nueva could on was ob-rrved to concentrate on our extreme cases enemy State Government, the Judtres are "at home"-thepresent country and the world. The fief !*!
b tnrnf enemy taken by the hand able that
obligation to mention particular: corps and officer so frankly as an coadjutor in cipirali,
\ either flank and the 's force was superior left with the view of making a decent ; Ihe State held all ,
'f r I entm apparently whose coolness and gallantry in Term, throughout being by parties are *> eager In invent their
trying the of the i is hostile to funds
.Ii. caue country, violently one j /
to our own, particularly in the arm of cavalry upon; the- of Kuena: Vista, where our train each in his Circuit. ra nernment
i Jacien,1 continued and fire Judge( own securities
situation and ,
heavy proper
r a ueeni I volumes
t; ,S I determined, after much consideration, to take ani b.zaf\\re deposited. Lieut. Col. May was of the most cherished institutions of the South and in favor of r*

n'p a position about eleven miles in rear and there ordered to the support of that poir.t. with two pieces to merit paritcular General notice Wool oltli aions, The alternating plan may now be said to be fairly hence whatever it might say of the Whig patty, or who are managing rublic affair It ihewt JCw, kJJ

await the attack. The broke up it camp and of Cart. Sherman's battery under Lient Reynold- To Brigadier my are especially and permanently incorporated into cur Judiciary sys. is the credit their measures invest f
army due. The hi 'h Ute of discipline instruction even the Mexican war, must be taken as of no weightor our Covernai
: marched at noon on the 2Ist. encamping at the new In the meantime the scattered frt near the Hacienda ant I tern. It has worked sselland has received,so far as with. It sheet, that however
f ?
volunteer nnch
cf Ihe J1
of several!
.. regiment wai importance South of Mason and Dixon'sline.This .- poIitieiaBi
of the Hacienda of Buena
a .t position a little in front composed in part of f Maj Trail and Gorman's
attained under his command,and to his and we have been enabled to observe, the decided preference rave against the Admini,f raticn it
.: Vista.Vith a small force I proceeded to Saltillo to had been to some extent organized under the advice vigilance we conceive to be a very strange course in one has no effett _

-' : make tome nece'sarV arranzements for the defence ol I Maj Munroo chief of artillery with the asUtanrol arduous service before the action, and his gallantry of the people cf the State. so fond-so very fond of reference to one of' the on those who are most deeply interested in if
field share of
the ,
:. cf the town, leaving Brig. Gen. Wool in the immediate Maj. Morrisonvolunteer and were posted and activity on a large our .ure61 dence and wisdom. Even
.Iaf may justly be atributfJ. During most of the en American Art Union. most violent dangerous publications in New York whigs, when lookiii
of the
'_ troops. to tUfcnd the position. our cavalry had : their interests fl
was in immediate command of I I mop I This Institution, incorporated by the Legislatureof city-we mean the Tribune. The columns of pecuniary are obliged to itlnunt
: ; Before thos'arrangements were completed on the reached the Hacienda, that rf t the enemy had made Jagmntle f our n

: :_ morninz of the 23d: I was advised that the enemy i its! attack bavins been handsomely! met by the Kentucky on our left flank. I beg leave to recommend New York, has reached its fifth year and is in neighbor's paper are frequently graced with extracts that it has done well, and that the complaints aot

f t. was in sib advancing. Upon reaching the ground and Arkansas cavalry under Cols. Mar-hall him General to the fa\'oraht Lane notit the government. successful I tide of operation. The number of subscribers from that journal, and we apprehend that no one will ruin and bankruptcy are unfounded. Could Inert
it was that his cavalry advance was in our ant Yell. The Mexican column immediately divided. Brigadier (slightly wounJpll) wuat- any better evidence of the b
r t.;>. front, having marched from Encarnacion. as we have on: ? portion sweeping by the depot, where it re ire and zealous throughout the displayed a last year reached I.-I57, and are increasing:, say-not even the jealous edtor: of the Sentinelthat l- I his Cabinet.' SUCCMJ of Mr. Polk a j

., : since learned, at 11 o'clock on the day previous and cin'a\ .'..j.tructive fire from tho f..re"hirh (had great coolness! and gallantry, t..fon the enemy. The income was $?2,2S3, and lat paintings, richly Horace Greeley is a friend either to the South

.' di-ivin in ttoiinfo.1 ( ,, 1f al Acm. Nu.. to c.leot. ihfie! .,1 then saining the mountain opt*>- The Bcniccs of the light ariler alwavaconrpicuous. framed, varying in price from 15 to GOO dollais,were or the Mexican war. But we again assure Ihe editor Yet. in the face of all this time *bigs contj1

cover The removal I of public stores. Our "ere site, ; a lire lrt>m Luuf Rejncld'!section, the were more than u.mal) Moving : i their tirades. If they cannot
trop distributed lot of the Sentinel that still that
uO.e the by among the members and each memo we regard Ihe New York deny the
in position occupying a line ot rtIainine portion retraining the bt vf the mountainon rapidly O\'fr roughest Jound. it was always inaction : of our democratic measure
The road at this point beooir.es :narrow defile, the our lf. In the charge at Huei.a Vita, (I Yell at the light ;place < tinr and iu ber also receives a copy of the large line engraving, Globe as an able Democratic paper" and so longas Administration Lave succeeded n

valley on its ri h being rendered quite impracticable i fel calUnlly at the head ol tit, regiment ; alo: well directed frt dealt destruction in the la,11 of Sir Walter Raleigh parting with his wife on the it pursues the course marked out in that paper of far, they try to damn it before the country by cries

for artillery a series of deep and impa--ablc | .\df Vuushin c the Kentucky cavalrj a yo-irg the enemy. 1 reCom \ while or the left a succession of ru eed; riJ '-- of'r : ( rr mi.I Lieut.: Col. May, who b3dt'n gallant conduct and valuable services of Major Well,there is this
glif precipitous ravines extend. far back towards rejoined by Ihe squadron: of t the 1st dragoons Munroe I chief of artillery! and Captains \r3bin tun, to become a member is $.. P. .\. hAYWARD teceives takes, we conceive,patriotic and high ground and ing out of these consolation fortfcefuttirepcw.

I I the mountain hith Sounds the valley. The features > portion of ihe', Arkansas ard Indiana troops ant .1th) artillery and Micrman and Urajj, 3d arlltrf.commal1liog subscriptions at his Book Store, where may b e we would commend its curse to the New York TVibune facts: if the whigs abandon this

'. .' cf the ground were such as nearly to paralize tIc art der!Lieu. ('l {":11' and MJJ Gorman, now appioactt."J batteries--I deem it no mOTe jn-l seen a specimen of the Paintings distributed. It i ia is and other Whig papers. w arfare aaainst cur ;>ri/ir>/>*,wbich they hafeoW

t :' ; tiller and carat!* of the enemy, while his infantry ; lust of the mciintain holding in chck to mention subaltern: <.flicers. They Ie rly all river and were obliged to ro. because these
Ii" \\ef' scene on the Delaware, a splendid painting, We have every reason to doubt the correctness of stand vin&..
could not derive all the l.inntgl of its numerical the riht"h'k (>f the enemy ', upon wh"se masses detached at different time-*. and in .ituati>n exhibited ted before all reasonable
J.I ,uI"ri"rilY. In Ihi position we prepared to receive crowded) In te narrow gorss and ravines, our artil- conspicuous skill! and every (Car-t. O'j j beautifully framed, and fell to the l..t of Cover r the extract in the Sentinel. If it is genuine it has I men, by the best t testnluV.

; Wa ii
,I t ported tocofr.man me road wnusi me isi aim- zu The pfstlio'i; of that portie of the Mexican army and) Bryan, topographical!engineers i .,((slight.:i: Itttery. I Store to see the pictu-re.- or has appeared in the Globe as a contribution. The then, all we have to do hereafter, will be to ofir

., Illinois reziment under Cols. lartm and which i \fad iainedour rear wa now criticalai.l wou .) attached to \ theta men to their
nlsel vi-ry were Captain \Vat-hingtun' Globe is and has been to the Wilmot more taste than Mr.Polk. &
opposed ol]
.. each cieht companies( ( the htpr (f \\hich "u it '((Iidbtul whether it could regain the lan; ; Lieutenants Tlioma Iteynolds! and French Movements of the Army. proviso as democratic measure succeed m*
: attached Captain Conner's Texas volunteer this rn met.t I rerrised from Ge-n. Santa ) -it denounces it as a fire-brand that has burntd these opponents
company that
boLt (i.\er.ly wounded.) to of C.tain I
3 artilef' Our advices from t ttye seat of war are not of suffi Mr. Polk
*' ,) and the 2d Konftirk) under Col McKee, occupied :ma a messnse by :start otJcfr. d siii!T lo know ; and Captain Shover and Licu Kit urn. out," and one that has buried politically every can only require that some other DU U
the crcts f theridjeson the left and in rear. what I wanUd ? I % d, citnt character to authorize a statement,of the futur chosen to out those
( itr.rm-diateh "patched Brig 3d artillery, to that of (Captain Bragg. Cap*. hoI \ distinguished politician who has had any agency in I carry measures. If be 1 is ear.
"n The Arkansn and Kentucky rezimenN of cavalry <;.-n. \) to the Mexican General-in, Chief, and sent I er, in conjunction itb lleut. Donaldson.: tat a-tille- movements of the army ; but we may state that i i it brandishing it." Does this to be Ihe language rupt, they will be satisfied with a democrat abe
appear ,
Cols Veil and
commanded H.
.. by lashl, occupied (lir to C(:.? firing. Upon reaching; the Mexican ry, rendered gallant and important service in repulsing seems to be the universal opinion that a march o nI in their opinion, is rot so.
the fAiicmc left the base of of hostile southern By no means could
nca liiio-. Gen. Wool could not cue the to cea-e the of General Minon. one to institutions? But they
the Indiana brigade,'under Brigadier General Lane enemy I cavalry The rluluc.alr. the capitol of Mexico is determined upon. Com ask us to select a whig1. This i ij
their fir.and
arrordinzlv t relumed without having i under Lieut May, with which was that there may be no question about it, we extract a very great eoa.
.' (composed of the 2d and 3d regiments under Cols. an interview. Tle extreme rtchl of the 'Col asa minds of troops, under experienced officers, bar cession and we are glad to nee it, and
enemy from the
.' Captain squadron of Arkaisas horse that of the 21th of hope
> Bowles tatJ paper April a paragraph pea-
:. and Lane.) thn Miss? .ippi riflemen under tHIN its retreat aloig: lie: btseef' the mountain con-I] useful service in holding the ewr in heck been sent forward on the road leading from Ver a pie will not forget it in the next election
which is of
Col. Davis the y as clear as Presi
s jmdiws of the tst and 2d drajoon* I fi'inllv ii rite ef all our efforts effected language can express any
a junction and in the batteries at several Cruz to Jalapa and from thence to Mexico. Th dent.
I mder Capt. Steen and Lieut. C'l l Mav, ndlheliht : with the n m.indc rf the army. co\'erng .. .. _._ point.. Capt.. thing, directly in point. It is taken from a well I
steen, ... .
rotl. r J4" rj; tK
bittfries: Sherman and t..l. ---1" >r> > > e t. W.sb3.tou Union, i is
ofCapts. : rtrarr 3 ntiltr' I Durir": the day the cavalry of Gen. Miron had asrended the dav tlill gallantly)' endeavoring \"ih.my a'uthj ,- written and scathing aiticle on this very Wilmot t Arkansas and
were held in .\ I 11 I o'ckck I about to call into service six thousand \"olun- Indiana oluntetn.It .
resrfe. rtcei\d the ele\ate-d l above ltiHo.eceral \o more
T.in and : rally which
I ocr' tro j>s were to the proviso-which it characterizes
: ,.. felling a spiteful hit at the has
i % Gen. Sinta Anni a summons to .--'irreniJcr_ dicrc-}! W.'i&J1Y'-rrPUfr-cejUd: : 1 1 ; GI.r .c nale, leers for the purpose, not so much however to reinforcc I- said by a number cf letter writerfrtaii

transnittH. The rnrny still firbcre lus attack of men. Approaching rear.The Mississippi: riflemen under Col. the administration from Pennsylvania, and denounces Mexico, that the 2d Indiana Regiment amid
:: the town they were fired Davis, were army a* to supply the places cf those partof
j f fcr the arrival his upon by Capt. highly for. as an act worthy only of a Guy Fatfkt or Bro'ditl the Arkansas
eviJtnth'nitins rear column \\ViMer from the renlouht conspicuous tlicirgaflaiitmy aol sUa \\h' at
:* c ocnipied liy "his .-. mpany, : '! se tt'rrof s.-rvice i i'f about to e pirp. As fast a, battliof
could be distinctlv seen tour look-outs as r.nd then tovtard the and sustained throughout t tlicengagi-nr.entthe .irnold, and one which will invche its aiders and I Buena Vista and
eastern side rcputa- ;
of : of the recruits authorized to be raised the many things base ben
they approiched the Cld. A }ralion I of by recent act o f
made valley, and e>Mi:< Uily : lion veteran troop Brought into action' abettor in ruin. In evil hour "
| Inward fUf3 "la. At this, against an says t the editor said as to the manner in which the
on the I caused me to detach the 3d Kentucky limp i an force Congress, known as the ten regiment bill," Volunteers behaved
f reciwent Capt Shover moved rapidly' forward with his immensely superior they maintained tlu-rn- are enlisted I. the democratic ventured
; a a clian: of arliUcrv to our right.in which selse. a lonjj time party to touch the themselves on that bloody field. A volunteer
... piece supported l bv a mi ce-lUnw ; command. of fo unsupported and with he.vy they arc de.pitched by companies to some "
position the' bivouacked: frr the ni ht. In the lois and held unclean thing. The country, and especially the officer, who
mean himself
: C time the Mexican : Jo'urhd'duntl'r!, and fired several ,11,1 at thecaary I an important part of the field until, reinforced. rendezvous contiguous to shipping, and soon ai I. that battle,Iu
light troops had ensa;ed ours on with great Thp'Hrf drive:into the i Col DaiS, though scarrely wouiitled, re- democratic party, are then warned in language eloquent furnished the editor of the V 7 Orleant Delta with
the extreme left! eftcl. sent forward. These evidences of determination
(composed of of the a
mam'-d -
parts Kentucky lav mis which led in : ; until the oldie and from its
lower action.- powerful truth
/ to beware of this
valley, closrlv I a statement of the whole
and roe matter from
Arkansas cavalry dismounted, and a rifle battalion His cli not to flag in the vigorous which tn fot>
S-UI--1 h Capt. Shier, who pur.// !>lingii liid to.lnf! and at the head prosecution of the "
furthersupporte! gallantry plot" to paralyze the arms cf and I
from the Indiana brizadr under government, lowing extract is taken
Maj :Gorman, the a piece nf C; pt. Writer's b-iltety", under Don. of his regiment on this day entitle to the particular war, give satisfactory assurance that if peace iH.nly :
C whole commanded by Col. Marshall) and Litl! jeopardize our safety and success in :to Some letter
kept up a aldson which had notice of the prosecuting I writers have
fire :advanced from the t.l1'ubt. sup government. The 3d Indiana regiment to be secured in this way, the country has abundant certainly given oust
t sharp ,cjinbing the mountain side,and apparenJf ported Capt. : Lane. an honorable and successful termination the Mexican uncharitable accounts tf some of the volunteers
nlf en"the fret
by WI.Ilr' of Illinois al.1 a fragment id
; ly I en enemy made one or two efforts! to )" were uOiatedvnh t ie war, by insisting upon the adoption cf this cul- Arkansas Can]
j Capt. WhhinIT', battery had been to the li5&isslp the management and control cf the ry. No one
left, and dfachf charse the artilVrv, but was finally driven h hack in a pi regiment during the greater portion o; the war. lateral issue- pretends to deny but that tome ofmuj

An were supported by the 2d regiment. contused' mass, and did not again appear thellln. acquitted themselves creditably in repulsing the an&at- The army now in Mexico, which may be concen ,, of the commands did not fully sustain their American

;, ocexionil fhfI".u thrown by the enemy into upon tpitt.rftI. "Itmy to- brlal th___:!. Nul.....r""u.. .IRA;. trated for the march on tle canitoL, __ hurr.tu'n_.._ "hl'lnt_. _. What has the e.ld and florious Democratic Carts character and fied. and that r>ih.r DmrarK msequently \-
t iuu pan en wit bout -- u
line, out efec.: i tie SKirmishing -I In the meantime, the firing had partially ceased The Kentucky cavalry, under Col. Mar hill, rendered< eot to do with the question cf southern slavery at all? behaving with marked bravery,warned it
of the This is
20,000 men. sufficient
light troops was with trifling to effect the capture We have alwavs the first shock of battle but
up the and
I UOI principal 1 he seemed good service dismounted, supported sustained the compromise ; to attach diarrace laths
,. Iou on our part until dark, when I became fthl enemy to confine acting a* light troop* on of the cities between Vera Cruz icholt of the 2d
... :". that no -rious attack would coO'inct his dftr. to protection of his and our left, and afterwards, with a portion of the Arkansas and Mexico, as well! of the Constitution-we never before inter Indiana Regiment, or Arkansas Regiment -

*-.. -. .' a' nin?. and returned with the be made bfore the had !left thl plateau: for a moment, when artiey. regiment, in meeting and dispersing the column as the capital itself. No serious opposition to the feted with this Southern institution, left them as a cr Illinois or Kentucky, or any other com

.4 :: ',. squadron of 2d drazoon to Saltillo.Mississippi The regiment and thither by a very heavy musketry fire. rlaltd re- of caalr at Buena Vuta. The 1st and 2d Illinois, capture of the city of Mexico is apprehended. The heritage by our English ancestors; in war, in peace fair mands, is positively disgraceful to the author, u t
troops bi- paining that position I discovered that Kentucky in trade, in commerce, in courteous intercourse, in chronicler of events, or even as a man of truth.
cked our infantry regiment*, served immediately has effective
; Tou without city no means of defence a'
fireandlaidupontheirarrns. A against artillery Gen.
*. (lllinoic and CJ Kr.tud) had engaged a greatly nj- under my eye, ar.d I boar a willing testimony to their friendly relations, in liberal co-operation,in eminent Taylor, whose sense justice and bnwrj
? v L cavalry' in rear of, some the town 1,500 strong, had len visible prior force of fntny-evidently! his reserve excellent conduct throughout the day. The spirit I and all the fighting we apprehend, will be done talent, we have alvravs found the South our fut and has never b en questioned, pots dorm the vvsAtr

S .. through) a narrow ca-t, having of the ( nll.y i they! had been overwhelmed by niimhrm. and gallantly with which the lit Illinois and 2d Kentucky ere our army shall reach the capitol. Jalapa, the consistent personal and political friends. who ingloriously fled at 200. Among this number,
J pass city. This ( The moment wasmoet rriiiral. the next of attack from "Why should we join the fanatics of the North, stern jiutite will say, were some few of more thai
V ry, by Gen. Minon, had ) been Capt O'Brien, with t engaged enemy in the mornhjr, restored point Vera Cruz, is a city cf great
cumrlane evidently the Tories of the late one, or two, thiee
1 and or
two pieces; had sustained tLis confidence to :that of the field,while the present war to injure, annoy commands. One moment'tpefiection -
heavy charge to the list of loveliness and it is
rear to break and part cav the t
thrO"n hara thought citizens
i and perhaps make up our letreat. l.t. and was finally obliged to leave his puns on the j:I ualties will show how much these three regiments yieh I. and drive them from us ? All the fruits of will satisfy the minds of sensible men, that

-. The some, attempt against the town il -his infantry support being entirely routed I j'I suffered in sustaining the heavy charge orthc without subjecting their town to capitulate by as- Southern agriculture arising from slave labor tall wholesale censure cannot apply. Supposing that two
t practicable. was occupied by four excel- Brapi enemy saulf. From this into our lap. We build their houses, make their regiments bad fled the field, bow
k' lent companies of I Illinois volunteers under Warren Captain who had just arrived from the left, in the afternoon. Capt. Conner' company of Texas city our army can reach Mexico many men. pnv
Maj. would have
I ', of the Itt reirimerit. A field work was orJrt at once into battery.. Without in- volunteers, attached to the 2J Illinois : in ten days. furniture, educate their children, furnish them with been left to fight? Ormeletter.wrtterhas
which com- any rcgment fought it that the
shoes, coat, and shirts and Arkansas fled? Tbuns.
consume flour men
him and our
support the bravely,
minded mot of' the approaches, at imminent risk of captain being wounded and tao subalterns
was garrisoned by losiiiff his this officer Geueral cheese, butter, applee,codfish,potatoes, hay and oats just and foul slander includes the 3d Regiment vA
killed. Col. Befell Taylor's Sew
\ gun the
Capt. tb ter'* company, Itt artillery, and armed rapidly into action, only surviving coon I of these Policy. Rifle Battalion
I S of
the -we harness their horses, Indiana when it is
Mexican hammers known all
line they
: f with two 21 pound howitzers, while the train and Lent but a few)'ardl from the muzzle regiments, merits notice for his rooln"s> Since (Ihe commencement of the war with Mexico our that by
of his an.llr"cry axes, spades, seed. leather, lime, and thing they fought most desperately, and that the 3J
pier s. first this every
occasion .
headq-jarter was guarded two Tht discharge of cannier on After the fall : the
camp by j I < officers (tie American have
companies caused the army pursued towards the iohabiUnts connected with domestic us*and comfort; dol never yielded an inch at any time". A highly distinguished -
to hcstate
: the Jfthe 1st Illinois ever7
riflemen and
I MiifUsippi bnderCapt. Rogers, and a field rnnny second and third I Cd Kentucky reyiinents, the of Mexico not in the lam they make by cotton and tobacco officer was heard to
commanded drove him back in elisordrr. and saved the command of the for : arms, most clement measure we get in exchange say,and most truly.tkit
piece by Captain Shover, artillery.Having day. The mi r devolved Lcut. Colonel there
3 :d J I upon for our commodities, and yet political demagogues was glory enough for all that participated ii
Kentucky reiirner.t Every citizen has been
i. made thex di<*po itions fur protection of which had beyond WeathcrforJ : that the I letter M.ijor Cry. amply secured both in this without
upon fight
ad\anc. endeavor to and division stopping to
distance separate us sow and notice the few unfor
the supporting in this
rear, I proceeded on the morning of the 23d affair Regimental commanders and the
to back and others wio hate ren person property ; numerous want of our ill-blood us." tunate souls, who are more to be *
amongst pitied than abused.
I, .. .. Buena Vista, ordering, 'forward all the available and closely pressed l Iy the enemy'cavalry. Taking tIered report, speak in ceneral I terms oftieiro The action had commenced before a ravine which led in the direction of duet their ollicir Is this the language cf an ? If
troops. my arrival Capt. \\'ahingto'I'.1'3utry. Oi and men, and have specified enemy so, we must
produce at the highest prices, and the most sedulous
| the field.I their Upper Suwannee
on pursuers became exposed to many name, hut te! limit of this rtpor. forbid a recapitulation say, that we wish every paper of the North, both Spring

I > ', During the evening and night of the 22d, the ene9 his fire, which soon checked and drove them back of them hrre. I may. howe,er, mention attention has been paid to their rights and interests wLig and democratic, to be found expressing their

|f. my had thrown a body of light troops on the mnun- with loss. J In the mean time the rest of our artillery Li paper
f. ... tain.*side with I the pui pose of ootfanJinl our left : hail taken IItitiol rm the ffitMAaii. -- :-._ "M-_....*..1 I.".. ,.i._" Cal/t.Pke.rL.ansaoto; n_ --v41.._.. ..." ..r....I t.;, Mn..I.___ .. f\n the citizen, *a TniffKf hive boon. hv. Con,.. TaiTnr. ,. ., opposition to the abominable institution, in similar April appeirs an article
-.A j""U'uu" a -- recommending
j ana tl that Mississippi and 3d Newport
the Indiana
I 'I re atlion tomfnf Itepimentg. the former of I.ut.Coi., Fn-M, Kentucky Lieut. language. ,,. ... ,. .
: s at an hour. Oar < had reached cavalry ; Col. on authoiity of our Government. Notwithstandingall e..ts. c.; .us .v. a-- ,: ,
tiflemen under which the --
early ground in t.me Koane --
.. ; .. ', who had been reinforced by three companies Ccl.1lashal under into the miiht fiaiik of the enemy and thus to pour contribute a fire devolved, Arkamisascavalrsupon.(11'111.. (*.1101.11.I whom,Mil Brylforil tie command, this, as might have been expected from the character The Sentinel on Theology, Ac. class of diseases which may be alleviated by the use

; : Maj. Trail handsomely, 2J Illinois volunteers maintainf their i to his rfpul to -t. In this last conflict; we hal.the misfortune Shape, (severely VlollndttJ.)an.1 l Adjutant] griffith Capt., Missiviippi of the people,numerous depredations have been We thought last week the Sentinel was getting mineral water. Now, gentlemen, although J will

\ lounl themselves against.under Io\'er a eaty, superior using fcrcl.i their din, 1st lilinoiK.sustain and a \ery Colonel heavy McKee I Ion*,and Colonel Lieutenant liar .regiment.Lieut. Kol.mcon.Licut. Col.\.. D.lladdin C. 21 Indiana regiment. committed upon the property of our citizens follow- right in its views about the war, but we were mistacen. say nothing in detriment of that Spring,stilt Ipre-

"weapons ith deadly ,tl'b'Ut 9 o'clock a strong Colonel Clay, 2d Kentucky regiment, fell at thu Lieut.. Col. XVcatherfori. I Itt Illiiioij to Gen. Line Lieut.; ing the army as well as public property. To put It it not willing lo admit that, because the fer the Suwannee-the Upper Suwannee, and that,

demonstration was m aginst centre of our position time while ala.ntly : their coninands.> Cot\ Morrison Major Trail: and AdjutantVhiteside regiment; down and suppress these depredations Get,. Taylor '4 hand of Providence"has selected Gen. Taylor for too, for reasons which are obvious to any who ban

.. a heavy column along the road. This No further attempt was made by the to force ( wounded has issued his Proclamation, levying contributionson ever paid the
.e force enemy severely ,) 21 J Iilmuix regiment ; and Major certain good purposes, and because the watering places in Florida a visit It
was soon dispersed by a few rapid and d.: our and the of same power
\\1 pition approach night gave an op Fry 2d Kentuck) regiment, as being the people of the provinces of Tamaulipas, New is true that
favorably noted the
rected shots from Capt. Washington's. In pay proper used the war to make known his fitness for Spring, ( Suwannee I meat,) is sib.
to the effecting
: : at\ntiol wounded (or gallantry and
/ ;/: the lime the good conduct. Major McCuIloch, Leon and Coahuila. We have always doubted the ject to inundation
*' mean enemy "I concentrating a large and also to refresh the soldiers, who had hern ex quartermaster in the volunteer these purposes,therefore its blame and denunciations but at a season of the year wbtn

J. es force. with of infantry the obvious and cavalry under cover of the rid;;. hausted, L)incessant watc.fulnrf and combat. I services before the engagement service,,in rendered the commando important correctness of the policy heretofore pursued, as best against Mr. Polk for causing the war should be invalids are not in the habit of resorting to foca
'j : which was po'dcd on an il'cntion extensive forcing cur lef Though for ni2ht the was severely the troop were a spy company, and during the affair, was associated calculated to bring the war speedily to a close. To hushed ; and it says that the same course of reasonng places. The Upper Suwannee possesses all the advantages
pltlaI. < compelled mOlt tohivouack without fire*, ex- with the regular To the Mexicans thus far, it has been their interest to
Warren of the
Indiana and 2.1 Illinois! regiment o.f peeling that would Major lat would show that no wrong was ever done Newport Spring, with the exctptiot
( part theconfliet. on
morning renew Illinois
S" our line, the former covering three pieces of light ring the night the wounded were removed to Saltilloand : Du. and judicious volunteers course I, while feel ,'Irh indebted for his firm I protract it. They will now feel somewhat of its ill earth." Well, we do not profess to be much versed proximity to the Gulf, (an advantage,in this cm,
1 artillery, under the orders command in the effects when
ol exercising called for their
Capt. O'Bricn-Brig. every preparation made to receive the I upon contributions.Past .- in the intricate which might be questioned if and amuck
(;en. Lane being in the immediate command. In enemy city Saltillo. matters of Theology, and will not, necessary,)
i \ to bring his men within effective Gen order .houl he again drawn attack our position. Seven frcsj The Medical staff under the able direction of Assistant experience has satisfied all that this people are therefore, enter into a controversy with our neighbor mre. The hotel is large and very pleasaatly siraa'
range from
were the
Lane ordeied the and town, and Brigadier Surgeon Hitchcock, were assiduous\n atten not to be influenced by kindness, and that the only the ted, having attached all render
artillery 2d Indiana regimen General Marshall, ho had made forced on subject, but will merely say that it is the the conveniences to
V a march from tion the
forward. The wounded upon the field, and in their effectual measure now to be is make
adopted to
-f. artillery advanced within musket care the comfortable
S.4. .' the Kinconada, with a reinforcement of ful removal the first time we have ever heard or read that Providence company and easy. The site of the hotel
,' range of a heavy bodyol Mexican infantry, and was and four heavy under Kentucky to rear. Both in these respect and war to them a burthen. Whether this will have any is elevated, and the ff1
served against it with great ut without cualr guns Capt. Prentis, in the subsequent organization and service of the bestowed his peculiar favors upon those who view in either direction

''S" able to check its advance. The infantry ordered being to that artillery the wa near had at hand, when it wa discovered hospital, the administration of this department waseverything very beneficial effect at this late day is perhaps doubt- were the agents and accomplices if the evil doers.- and picturesque. The Spring is large, and boils np
0:"" ".* its support hdfalenbackindisorder.birgepsfd the night enemy Our scout his position during I that could be wished. lu! 3ut, enough of this-the Sentinel is evidently caught from the earth in sufficient volume and power, it
'' : ?: well soon ascertained that he hat Brigadier General Wool Gen. in his
as peaks in term of Taylor Proclamation remarks that
: o fallen back Nueva. high its his own trap, and in has been'said, to 100,000 The teens
upon Agua The the officers trying to get loose drags itself carry spindlej.
/ of
t ; L small arms from the but also great disparity hiM stall, and I take J
fr.nt. to a murderou pleasure men- lie hag used effort to the
;'.:\:.! a cross fire of grape and canister from a Mexican bat of numbers it and the exhaustion and of our troop, renJera tioning them here having witnessed their activity tightly upon the every people of these cause Slates and war to he bear had trap and all, into water deep enough to hide its that meets the eye as you gaze from the bank befbrspassingjover

j.. :..;.'\"' .tery_ on L'_the" _left._ '. Car.O'Brien. found it_ impossible! ; A n ttall inexpedient{1 ,r .u...,. ,_hazardous.,,:',._...to v.. 'attempt_____- .L'pur.an'__ .and\f'J. .zeal,.....I;upon, ., .fn"the,. 1,firld.,I"'I.L Lieutenant:. ,_ and A..I)". C. loped, by this. means, to retain their_confidence ando landers from the public gaze. We published some the bridge to enter the bith-hoosf
tw rell Ji |j-vai isii.'ui suppert, but wu "oU"1 -- u.v ; ral, assure their extracts from Mexican romantic and wild. Indeed itS >
must visit
:' VIIIJ ta Anna to n title an of IIUU.UII.lnllpeCIOr gt l.ap- neutrality in me strife Dei ween his a paper, showing how the one tp
1. .5 0' able to of his pieces, all the horse exchange prisoner,which tain Chapman, assistant Lieutenant Government and
witbra\ quartermaster
\ Mexico but he Suwannee
: wa* satisfactorily completed on the regrets to people of that country were comforted" the per to appreciate the surpassingbewtjw
and by
following day Sitgreavr
} nnnnl( dthf.lhird piece being killed or dis topographical engineers, and Captain. say that his kindness has not been appreciated but
\ 1 f" abled. The 2d Indiana regiment which had fallci Mexican Our own wounde elead were d culccN and burled, and the Howard and IJavi'olunt..rr service, are' con viicu.otmily I j has been met by acts of hostility and plunder. ,The course of Mr. Webster and the whig press of our the prospect. It is, to my mind!, the loveliest pl'

:. ,..J J back I stated, could Act bt rallied, and took no further left the field of a large number had been noticed by the General for their gallantry and I citizens of the country, instead of pursuing their avocations country. The Sentinel doesr/t like that either, and in all Florida.

j: : part in the action!,except a handful of men,\\110 dered upon a* comfortable, !V'cre removed to Saltillo, and ren I i good conduct. Messrs r March :Addick, Potts. Har- quietly at home, have, in armed bands, way endeavors to counteract it by asking if Mr. Polk did The Lower Spring on the Snwannee is bj .

...n'J" under its gallant C<,Ioe-l l. Bowles, joined the Missisippi 3 creulltance would pfrmit.I rison, Burgess, and Duenberg, attached in various laid the roads, and under the direction! and with the means I
: i regiment, and did good service, and those fugi: On the evening of the a close reronnoiaance capacities to Gf'U.'ool'ai headquarter lIe likewise support of Government troops, have destroyed trains not give the Mexicans more M aid and comfort" by an unpleasant place. Net lo tbe Upper

;, L live 'hoat a ltfrperio.fthe day a.ite in defending -I was be mll of the enemy' position, which .fount mentioned for their intelligent alacrity in conveying i and murdered drivers under circumstances of atrocity, permitting Santa Anna to return, than the whig* should most certainly recommend Ihe Lower Spraf

'. 0. :.:. the trin depot at Buena Villa. This to Ocurle only by a email body of cavalry, the order to all pan of the field. which disgrace humanity. have by any thing they have done. The Mexicans to invalids. I make this recommendation froB

," .r .{ :., portion of our line having given way, and the enemy tion of San artillery having the retreated 27th, in the direc In conclusion I beg leave to speak of my own staff I The lives of those who were thus wantonly put lid not think so. It is only the aid of the whigs personal knowledge cf the matter, for I have via!**
in overwhelming force against Juia Iuto.i our troop resumed to whose exertion in
appearing our to death
rallying anucommuni cannot bfe restored but the each
Jf troops of these the
; undersigned
their I requires hey themselves Springs. I concede that
at congratulate and cheerfully
:" fllk. the licht troops which had rendered such good ormtr camp Agua Nueva, the nemy' cating order I feel greatly indebted. Major Bliss, from the people of the couutry an indemnification upon, we presume
on the mountains rear-guard evacuating the place we approach. assistant hey are the best judges of the matter. landlord of the Newport Hotel does thing na
: : were compelled to with ed a adjutant general Captain J.H. Eaton, and for the loss sustained by the destruction of the They seethe every

I t-,1ft.: ..; draw, which they didfor; the mot part, in go or was, leaving a conside.ble beat number his of wounded. It Lieutenant It. S. Garnett( aid*-dc-canjp,lerred neir trains and Ihe pillage ot their contents. 'fo that whigs doing every thingin their power to op- hi* power for the convenience of tisiters that be

f1. : der. Many, however were not rUlId they my purpose the t up quarter at Encarnacion my person, and were prompt and zealous the discharge end an estimate! will be made by the proper officersof pose the war, and this gives them comfort but is, indeed, kind and very atlective, nJ seems ta
reached the early next but ;
l.: ;". ;.; which they depot at Buena Vista, to the defence of the weak condition of morning the cavalry upon borne examination rendered it, valuable of every duty. Major Monroe, betide rendering either the in entire loss, and this loss must be made good hey see Mr. Polk doing every thing in his power to take great pleasure in making all around bin t51
: affrac..contrilutt. ae chief of artil.'eff! was money or in the products of the
:,1: ., 45.. ",. Cl. ( linoi.,) which had unadvisable to attempt so long a march without wa and instrumental, as were also! Col. Churchill active the community at large, of the States of Tamaulipasand country by prosecute the war,and they see, too, hat his efforts anJ satisfied. The landlord at the Lower Spring if

5.i. : by a section of '. battery', ter. A command wa finally despatched to Encarna and Belknap, inspector general, in rally hg troop New Leon, and Coahuila, each district or juz- are successful, and this gives them the very best assurance also well qualified for the business in which h S
'. .. had become Lion the I ht of March
completely ,
outflanked under Col.
'; : aldUS com.t. llelknap.ome .- and disposing them to the defence of thi train and gado paying its just proportion." in the world that he intends them engaged. In truth, he has the reputation settiof '
: i. pena fall bckbegentirelyunupported.! The two lindrr wounde and About sixty Mexican baggage. Col. Whiting, quartermaster gmeral, and Hence no comort. of ,!
one best ibingt
." now pouring they are encouraged by the tables in Florida. All these
enemy masses infantry and cavalry were fould the army baying passed Capt. Eaton, chief of the subsistence The former,but
t'. .551; ; .:o al"nl the base of (Ibe mountain on our left, and on in the direction! of Matehuala, with greatly I reduced were engaged with the duties of their d.partment, Twenty Million Loan. most completely disheartened by the latter. am aware, have a proper weight T- hIm visitfrt tO
was gaining our rear in great force. At this numbers, and departments There seems to have been a pretty universal scram tie hotels
: moment, suffering much from hunger.Thedad .- and also served in my immediate staff on the field. Springs, but in none of these respects are
-1. I arrived upon the field,,. The :lllissippi regiment and were strewed upon the road and Capt. Sibley, assistant quartermaster ble throughout the country to get stock in the late Family Jan. at the landlord at
dIg Newport
wasnecessari- -Royalty or Lower ahead of the
.{ : : bad been A\r+ftiA tKfc K the .. seems not to be
'l tn rtu.t.in: v the... rI \*\_ crowdP nr. f... ,;.. Itf Loan asked by the United States' exempt
] If I with the Government.
; o fttitm. and immediately came-into- American----0-force- len bewQuuter *amn -nC'n 'n.-* .!*... The from rloniMtij <1i Aiiit TtiA T.A*... 04...}.... i ..rth the TTnner Snorannp Every tiiintr in the DOWff 01
action against the engaged in the action of his service where bids from
highly useful. came the East
Due Mansfieldand West North and
Major South
Mexican infantry which had tamed our flank. The ena Vllt i ia shown, by the accompanying field Lieutenant Beuhani ; March, has the following choice bit of scandal, the hotel-keeper it done, and no cne complw
i1 2d Kentucky regiment *r.d a section of to been 334 officer and repr engineers and Capt. Lin- and offers to the amount of fifty-seven million dollars this b0tb
artillery un hut 4,425 men, nard and Lieut Pope and concerning the Queen of Spain and her newly wed- regard. Many visiters are expected at
: der Capt. Brarg, had previously) been ordered from of the small command left in and near Saltillo. Of "Franklin'topographical were made to the Secretary of the Treasury.- dccl husband these the writerhimself
Springs the
engineer, were employed before and 3urinjr the : approaching season,and
;* the right to reinforce rfur left, end at tlii* number, two squadrons of Messrs. Corcoran
L5 arrive a (newtopportune cavalry, and three bat in reconnaissances & Riggs brokers of Washington
making and on the
4. ; moment. Tftat regiment portion of' teries of light artillery, making not more than 453 field were active in information and City seem to have been the most successful I "The quarrels between the Queen and her hus- contemplates paying them a passing
the lit Illinois, underCol.; Hardin, gallantly drove tfD. composed the only Lv.,nt r* TI. iu very orders to bringing competitor band, Don Francisco, have attained to such a height This short communication is written with fO nW
Ir. distant
I -: .
my Of the
twnvcymg point. Lieut. character
t sIsMrvIlwIVcc.Mctk UP d ia;; in Ue Mexican smiy is .tatf by Gen. Santa I\ing.bury. in addition to his proper duties ordi- some of the offers,and the that concealment any longer is impossible. The or desire to injure either the Lower SuwanfH *
t. fr Anna summons, to be : M prospect of profit to those Queen[ herself
and whose
in position the ; es- bids have been expresses her abhorrence of her hus- tt
;, i I were OD plateau,and much execu is confirmed tha nance officer, Capt. Chilton. assistant accepted the Newport Springs, ,but with the only Intention,
4: lion, not only in front,but particularly by all the information ob er*, and Majors Dix and Coffee the Boston correspondent of the Charleston and, and scruples not to speak openly with disgust
: the t.inN. served "frees
.5 mases Our loss i i. 267 killed, 456 wounded also as extra of his infirmities enlightening invalids u to the location of ties
which bad physical and moral Christina inerferes
gained otr( rear. aids-de-campi and Courier of the 20th ult. -
Diloerinl that (be Dii..ing. Of the were actively employed in the writes thus: of I1
numerous wounded, did and her Don Francisco resort. AH Tisiters to them oust
enemy was heavily prirtsjng' many not ranjinis ion orders. Mr. supports daughter-
,1j! regiment the 3d Indiana rglment.under Mississippi. require removal to the hospital, and it i i. hoped that Kentucky, though not in service Thomas L. Critenden, was"The one-sixteenth Beaten bid of for several millions of the loan de Paulo supports bis son ; and these respective pares my preference for the Upper Suwannee is well to**
a small as one cent advance
tr1 I $S was despatched to strengthen that part of cot line, comparatively The, numbe will be pennAnantly aij-de-camp on this occasion, and semd with Yorkers offered one-tenth per per cent., then Corcoran, the New vent their exasperation in language of the coarsest ded-but I again declare that it is dot bajed apf
which di.able. JOI in killed and wounded & character, and, according to the last
r ;.%: line of lore a.eochd perpendicular time to the first may b fairly estimated at'l,500, and will lit in that capacity. Major Craig chief ft ordinance Riggs, who enjoyed the advantage of being located Christina is about to retire to France. In the!accounts mean- he ground that the table of the hotel is better $?!
same Lieut. probably and
& with a piece bal.o Capt.tbe '. Kilburo. each 2.0. At least 500 of their killed were been ,_ Surgeon Craig, medical directory on the spot, overtopped the rest by a bid of one-eight time a Carliit outbreak on a large scale is in prepartion. plied, for that at the Lower Spring is not IUTP1JIin *
1 Dr." bttt/ry,was directed to upon tht tl1 of 'att..e have DO nvans of Jft not reach the on duty until from headquarters and did per cent advance; but it did not transpire until the Several towns in Biscay, Cataloaia and Na- this particular by any other hotel in thi St***Tor
A- 11th
the inst.
ground that the
: I ; morning of the-.34th Washington broken had got this vane have been already gained." that th. Tuiters have more attention paid to t *f



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l..f rt. for the landlord at Newport scrupulously part of a collection under the Quern's letter. Plantation Ice-Honae.-- jSP

gtrr/ul' in this rapect-bu* I prefer the Upper So- From Saturday last, one fifth of the multi.? : sale the Plantation Co Sae.mFOR Ice-Hou LATEST SPRING GOODS. I G .'
will OODS -
rsnI' Spring frautpaJly on account or the superior tudes employed THE be opened every morning
road .
upon works in Ireland : ; Bianca in Jefferson ctmn-.; ; .excepted) from 6 to 6J o'clock
situation of every thing-the hotel the spring, were struck off by order of the Treasurer.- containing 3.() acres ice can b had at 4 cents per pound; and at, where J. NOW receiving,the per Brig Gen. Wilson from New BETTON & HIGGS

the river. with its majestic bosom and precipitous Task work is to !be continued, and all persons ( there are about cleared, and Fortune'I store,after that hour at 5 cents per lb. R folowing..viz : now
ARE receiving per so elegant
fenci.and the surrounding.. country, &.c. It is. .as I holding ten acres ofland will be discharged. This Plantation now is in situated cultivation in the in cotton most and desirable corn. of Ticket ice. each.arc ie and sold a his store for 6 ID*. Printed Lawns, :French of SriD and G.Wi8n. .iiz :

itre already said. the loveliest place in all Florida ; Daily wages will be substituted, and under the part ol the State being within two miles and a hal N. B..T IceHou. will be opened Satur Gingham Lawn*. Satin t.
sad heoc admiration, and preference. rate farmers. of the site where there is every Scarfs and Shawls o.
my paid by Monticelo. county a day eell" 61 o'cok. for the accommodation of Rich Ombrie do.
Very repectlully ours, Olke. vriou Churches, Schools, &.C., and within thoe wishing ,t keeps well ina Bonnets and Bonne Ribbons, Plain and Plaid Black do. !
Silk Mitts .
From the Lalt.mcre Patriot, April 22. twenty-five miles of the capitol of the blanket, and the lo I Gloves
AN INVALID.JVhr Talahlee. night is little Mode Blue
o'e very Grass Plan Pink
.Important from California State. It is well throughout, abounding in April 24, IS47. 40 Skirts, a.c &c.,for nIl bY and colored Balzarine dI.and
., iarkd.-A sprinzsof the finest water and is even LLOYD FLAGG. Marooew.
and Extensive London
A remakble. and
pa. THE AMERICAN'S Aprils Printe
AGALV VICTORIOUS! in this healthy for 5t Lwns.
per of the 5th of March has this paragraph : Lieut." A. E. of the On neighborho it uninterrptt'dhelth. Noice.A 3 'Do "d.; Rb. .
Gray, U. S. Navy, ar. it is a very good Dwelling House Cotton Seed.
The desire of the British government not in anyway rived here this from Jamaica. with piazza all around, containing eight fine rooms, LLpersons erare ot James Lynch MWWUD Plain do do
morning Lt.
to trench upon the supply/ of food rawed in Ireland besides servants apartments. Kitchen, Room, daease late of Marion County Florida, are 100 BUSHELS genuine Seed, (o sale at $1 23 Organdie Muslin.
it G. came over-land from the Pacific to Cha- Sore he b to per bushel. Sw,.,. Book and Mull do
has induced we are told to determine upon Smoke House, Bath House, Spring Milk noife make payment to the subscriber;
an experiment of some magnitude in the obtainment! gres, and there took passage in a vessel for &c., all in good order and repair. The Negro Quarters and all having demands against said estate, BICHE&LNDEBEGER Mourning Lawns and Ginghams.

from the United States of cured meat for the ule of. Jamaica, whence he reached Baltimore as ,Overseer's House,Gin House,Plantation Stble. wUl present them to the same, duly atete.within, April 10, 3 Rich Berage Shawl.
the English naT!. An order for two thousand tierces -I above stated. Fences, &.c. are also in order and capable accommodating tie) time required by law, or they bared of 2OO Black do do
Pieces Culico.
has already been given, as we, understand; and one go negroes. There is also a recovery NIEL FERGUSON, Adm'r. Superior Silk Scarf.
should the article prove well" adapted to the purpose, Lieut. Gray we understand, goes on immediately small but unfailing i water power on which there is a Crystal River, Benton Co._April 24, 1841. 40 2m SPRING and Summer Pint. choice patterns,jost Black Berate do ..

no doubt! this will be followed h\ a much larger pur I Ichase to Washington and has important des. I unsi.. i'.im,. now in oprraiion._ I and for sale! Ladies White and Colored superior Kid i

Seeing the ample demand (or all the animal patches from Commodore Stockton, to the I To a go purchaser this property will be sold L&HGREEBpG &CO. do do do do Silk CloTe

food of home production. the recourse! had to supplies Secretary of the Navy. low, I owner i! about to remove. Possession DR.HtTLL." S April 3, 1B47. Silk and Gingham Umbrfla.
from abroad cannot be held to inj-uc the.graz. given on the 1st January next, at which time wit I Parasols &Pauolete > Ribbons,snorted
while will the We have' been furnished with the following also VEGETABLE FtVER AND .AfANDANTTI .' Staple aud Domestic Goods.A Sun Shades '
ier. it relieve consumer by keeping be disposed of, if desired by the person buunr, l;
prices at a moderate limit. The sunplj of beef and memorandum of startling events in the pa. :lot of corn and part of the stock now on the plC. : F&VERBILLS. 'Jt1 GENERAL assortment just received and for sale White and Black Silk Hose,

pork has not been large at Liverpool; but,a!* regardsthe Those wishing to purchase would Io welt e. I .cl by L. &. H. GREENBERG &CO. Slate BlackWbjt, and Mixed HOe and half Hose, II

latter article, the demand for Ireland has beenextensive cific.On the 8th January last Com. Stockton amine the land while the present crop i! growing. April 3, 1817. 47 Brown Irish Linens, I
and the market: has been nearly cleared at For terms, apply to T. EA TTY, who resides on Linen Drillings, t
considerably improved rate There have been pec- with 400 seamen and marines, GO dismounted the Plntation. and will b happy to show it. WASHINGTON Coutrrr, GA., Jan. 1S47.Dr Groeerle do do and Cotton Diing.

imen. of American bacon exhibited at Luerpnol dragoons, and also the same number of riflemen .. Montgomery Flag &Advertiser, Colttn- Calrin E Hull :-Dear Sir :-It has -been A FULL assortment just received and for sale by Table Damasks and 1

which have been declared superior to the finest II ish: under Col. Kearney, (who volunteeredto bus Times,Savannah Republican.Charleston Conner, about three ears since I commenced mine jour Vegetable r\- L. &H. GREENBERG &CO. Huckaback Toweling-. ; I!
but in the quality of American butter there is much' po with Com. S.) met the enemy with 700 Columbia South Carolinian and Richmond Enquiicr r. Fever and Ague and Anti-Fever Pill on my April 3, h547. 37 Scotch Diaper Linen ,.. I
room for improvement." will copy once :month til 1st January and s.nd Plantation. I hate had a large number of cases of White. Brown and Black Holland Scotch Di pr, ,
and the banks .
of the
artillery dragoons, on bill to this Office, and one of each Chills .and Fever and some lew of Billinus Fe'er.and Staple Goods Bird Eve do., colored Table and Piano Coven :
If this should be the fact and have : copy paper I'I'j
we no
reason ** San Gabriel. The j
Commodore pushed his containing it to T. BEATTY, in'no instance of either form of Fever have I 1 A BALE COO. OSNABURGS. Fancy Pintl. Democratic do., Furniture da '
for doubt it will open a market hitherto inaccessible force forward, and crossed the river in the face f Monticclo. Florida. known jour Pills to fail effecting a cure. when the 1\J Shirtings Italian Fancy Cravats

by as. which will consume immense amounts of of a plunging fire from the :Mexican\ batten May 1, 1S17. 41 I directiunswere followed and they were taken at the 2" Sheet intrs, Vienna do'

our surplus meats, and place this branch of domestic commencement_ "_f II,. fi__"pa4p__. T h.vsuccceiiiicuriniUlwChUlsandFverwjthth'above_ .K4., *>.t. r 2"' Brown Drill, for aalebvLLOYD Maddran do I
The seamen dragging six pieces of artillt'rythrough I -- n --- -- -- u ,.r Gingham do I I
Bar and Billiard Room. I FLAGO. Jf I
produce upon an entirely new and different founda &
the water( their been Silk and Pongee
( pieces having named Pills than with any other medicine I have Aprils, 1S47.- 37 St Handkerchiefs ,
Cotton and Muslin
transported by the seamen 140 miles from the used in my family. There is no doubt but what do .

Convicted f.ttanlauflttrr.-A man by the name hips) under Lieu Tilghman, of Baltimore, I THE undersigned the pubic that respectfully he ha opened informs a BAR his friends AND: when used and radical ccordi11; to directions, they will effect a KEGS Nails, Ac.rjK Blue Union Dennis Cottonades Marine, Shirtin ,. ;, .

of Tucker was convicted at the jate Term of the Cir. charged up the heights, dislodging and takingthe BILLIARD in Monticelo. on the West side speed cure with / J Trace Chains NAILS, Fancy Strip Diinr. l'

cuit Court for M di on County, of the murder of a :Mexican hatter)*. of the public square, (< and Y'JUf EMANUEL r"pec. BROWN Collins' and Simmons Axes, Habit Linen.: I ;

man named Westen and sentenced totclvenionth* On the 9th Gen. Flores again made a standon i solicits their patronage His BILLIARD 'I ABLE is rt sale in Tallahassee bv Just received and for sale by -and Georgia fonaburgs. I
< I { Lowell do
and the plains of 64 Mesa," and another severe I ont ot the most approved pattetn, and is in excellent LEWIS AMES, Sole Agents. LLOYD FLAGG. J j
imprisonment to pay a fine of one thousand dol- I His BAR is stored with the be3t Jflnes. Liquors & & 4-4 English: Long Cloth IJ
odtr. l\pril'.H.ISI 17. 4J 2t April 1547. 37 Ct C
) I
took place.' The American :
lars. The unfortunate man has been brought to our arms were 1|I and Cigars : also a variety of CONFECTIONARY. Linen Osnaburg. 4 I

city and confined in the jail he/e The afray,which I again triumphant. The :Mexican cavalry :(I His rooms will be opened at all hours, For sale by Lloyd 4 Flu?;?, Brown and Bleached Cottons t i
the who da\ and evening; and, by strict attention to businessand New Store and New Goods Brown and Bleached Sheetings.
resulted ic the death of Vesen. commenced at a charged repeated' on seamen, met !;,: 1 1S3G Whiskey (Winchester) : 1
bouse in Madison Count .. them in squads armed with the fehips's boarding ,I I desire to please, lie hopes to give general sitisUclion In the large Inrk eJiftce, on the cornrr of Monroe 10RRELS Brandy. Fine Sea Island.Shirtings, ic., 4.C., t '
prostitution } Doth Tucker : : April 3. 1847. 37 t
to hu customer. Call and ire him. and .MfCuilhy streets, opposite K Rumania 25 Cases Claret 1
and Westen were named mtn.and fatheis : pik-the dismounted riflemen in the I I Icentre B. BAR1IJNGTON. Wint. __ f.l 'j
large I Drus Stumeundneurt/ae
destruction '.I S Court anJ\'cw 6 Casks London ".rter. quart. ans) pints Groceries.Java ., '
out with
families. This does not speak/ "eIl for he morals of -dealing their un. .Monticelolay 1 1M7.- 41Shrrif'l \Iailttt House, will be found, 1 Cask, Jamaica Rum and Rio Coffee 1 I

the Palmetto County,** as it has been called. erring 'ea polls. i I Sale. A GE ii'L ASSORTMENT OF April, IS t7. 37 5t Loai and Crushed Sugar. f I
The American loss \i
was 1C killed and New Orleans
.5n to Business. It \ of a writ of fieri issued from Fancy Silk and Maple Dry Good, JtiM ICcccived brown do 1 1
Bye u said that among the wounded. Lieut. S. C. Rowan the : BY 'irtut f.ci.s. Marcaroni.Olive Oil .
was only ,
office of the BmniU, HaN, Roots and Shoes J
the Superior Court for th U.rdwue. i
names attached to a petition recently lerk's FLAGG English Dairy Cheese t
presented to officer wounded, and that & Pine Apple do
slightly. None j Count n. Midti- District of Forid! herein Wood Wilow. Crockery and Stone Ware, ,
the Massachusetts Legislature agam!t the abolition killed. The :Mexican loss is about 90 killed. I the Union Bank of F.rld. i pl.intif.! and Benjamin Gins \ ., ,, ,,:&.r., Loaf Sugar, Crushed Sugar. Brown Soap, Windor ditto i i '
Powdered do. Siap and Starch, Sperm Candles Buck and J
capital punishment, no less than twenty of them It is believed that if Col. Fremont had been ,F. Alel. Adm'r." I Alen. eea'e is defen I Iti\UY' .11AIJC CLOTHING, Candles:and Oil, 10 boxes lall Herring Bar Lad. Cidar Vinegar,Drop Shot 0 f, ,

were rope-makers' able to have joined Com. S. in season, with '! h.for., th.\ Court levied llnllP upon flimr.alJ in Ito expose tnu,'n for nf \fon-sate I CONSISTING
his mounted riflemen, Flores, with his whole ;I :'on the-fir t Mondjv-in June'next, within i le Lidies'. r.nneze and 1fuilins. in dreis patterns Rio do. Choice chewing Tobaccoe dec. i j
From the Baltimore >n, April 22. force would have been captured. I lit the described Tulon. Orjamlee Palted Muslim, "lri13,1517. 37 5t
i following; |>ropcrt\tu wit : I I I Champaign and Cognac Brandy t
Swiss and Jaconet do.. f
14 DATS 'The South of Sec. BUk.
L4TERFflOM 4 11.f
EUItOE. Com. S. refused: to negotiatevith Flores, I J Plain barred and Cambric :Boots Shoes, and Leather, Winchester Whiskey, Monougehala do I .
stripe .
The West | of Section I 11, Madeira !
Arrival of the Steadier Cambria. but sent him word that i if ho were taken he f I In T I. 1'S and r 1 1I White and black 'larltun. lu"ln. O N hand and made to order cheaper than ever and Cider Claret, Wine } '

would: be shot as a rebel. Flores soon after I jTheriotheSEJofS.W.I IMacL. Cr.le.| black arit- e. before offered in this citj. Call and see, ande Cbampaile ,
Porter. .
IMPORTANT COMMERCIAL: NETMi surrendered to Col. Frt'mont-who was not Levied upon ai tb ofSc.property: of aid and I Green Black Lr and Lose Veils, \ will satisfy you that home manufactures are the Ducal SotcbIe., t. ,
DECLINE IN ALL KINDS ctl'nd.nt. Ginghams. fa"c\ and solid colours, The'attention ol Planters is invited ne. p
OF BREADSTUFFS' cheapest. to a
f\ said writ of fieri i
to be sold to sati ( .
aware of (;om. S. having declined to negotiate => arias. Sperm and Train Oils, 4.C., &.C.,for sale by J I
: Muslin embroidered ShawN article of Shoes for dollar. .
Ilariege very-superior Negro one
Great Decline in Indian Corn SMITH SIMKINS. aJ :
-Receding of Prices of I
: with him. Flores has" Sherif. BETTON i. HIGGS. i
become ;
promised to U') and Silk Scarfs ma 2rt. 1"17. 41Iagislrafc'
all kindi of Grain and Flour-Cotton Market April Prices for other kind of work will found April ten :7
a lawful subject of the United States I Ij j Fare* silk Handktrchie", be to correspond t

Improved-Advance of gd per pound. I and to assist in quelling the rebellion. Linen lan' '!>nc, Repairs of Cools and Shoes, Saddles and Notice. y
The j Do. (lj.. Hdkfi, plain, hem-stitched and harness, at short notice. Harness of every quality 11
Steamship Cambria arrived Boston WEEKS after
at date applicatioc will be mad i.
Justices the Second fonntv,1' SIX
I embroidered.I'brk made to order.
Lout Santa Anna.-An intelligent correspondentof THE Ii.rlet.Ifl\n me, to JAMES BROOME, Judge of Probate
4 o'clock Tuesday afiernoon. I
on II hol their: next Cout on -(tond 'fon 'j : a'n! f-ino coloured Kid Gloves WM. H. M'MILLAN. i
She brings dates from Liverpool to the 4th New Orleans Bulletin, thus speculates j day in :f*. Rt'lur da\. IK-h") of .\prit John'I! Silk nrtalc and velvet Work Pockets Quincy, April 3, s\1. 37 for the the County of of Munroe Leon for letters (f administrationon i j 1 .

April, being 15 days later than the news received on the disastrous consequences! to SANTA A>. I IViNon W. Sherwood and RoUerf! ., are tlif I j Wick! white and fancy coloured: silk MiU-i, estate Tucker deceased. f J
by the Washington Irving. NA of his recent defeat at Buena Vista : ministerial officers of Court. (I'nder an arrangement II I White an.! blink twist silk Gloves Ice Cream Freezers. 16, I !
April 1547.
There has crisis arrived in his fate and of the Magistrate's there will be but one collecting I I.i.le l r.l niir. Muslin Edging and Inserting 3: ;
We have received the following account of a I I : : SALE at the TIN SHOP. Ice Cream Freezers, 1 ,
docket which will be under the direction of FOR
the affairs Mexico ; and in sixty days I think I a nisj'irity mack !ilk Lice, 1 to & in. wide various izes. Also, Tin Tubs! to set the Received. t! !
lelt' !
her news by magnetic rapb. of the undersigned offir r wil1' ,
JUitit. F.cl Thread and! .bbin Edging and Laces,
"icezer which takes less of ice than
The purchase of French stock by the Em. he will have lost his power and influence.] .'. he held responsible for the papers put in hn hind lal\ls. Paraolllte.: and Sun-shades the wooden in,tuh a quantity 500Just SACRED HARPS. J j 1

peror of Russia and the Queen of Spain has That event will lead to a speedy termination for collection. Office, for the present, at the Court sIn\and fane Muslin Bonnet, : 07Notice. Southern hiarmor.y. s' $

of the wn. for the reason that there is no I House. Misses China and do. do., Talahasicf Apri11.1S.t. 100 Harmonist, .
excited attention ia the .
very great money market C. J. P. Headley's Nap teon and his Marshalls,
r. n.\RTLL Bonnet ers and Ribbons .
other General around whom the heads of t10\ :
circle. di'l \ .\ J. P. Lutestring Itibbo.is Lardner's Lectures, complete in two volumes,
The proceedings Parliament are principally visions and the J leaders of the numerous EDWD )1 WEST, J. P. Fancy colouredthet assorted N'eck Ribbons OIX mouths after date the undersigned, Executorof Anthon'l. Jacob's Greek Reader,

in relation to Ireland. The laws tary factions in Mexico will attempt to rally. April 2!, 1"47. .11 Black and white Milk hose, of (the lat will and testament of Benjamin Frost's American Speaker FlorVs Interpreer. 1
poor .
still debated in the House of Commons.The Even now we hear cabals, factions, and in. White, brown, blue, and slate old ditto "haires, df'Ceaed. late of Leon County,will present Carmine Suceu.superior Indrlble Ink.
are the Hon of
lU accounts and vouchers to Judge Pro for
DR. J. H. SCALES Misses white and brown do. do.. Paper &. sle ,
Government measures met with much subordination! which must impair, if not destroy Feather and Fans, bate of Leon County, and make application for let- April 10, 1547. P A. HAYWARD.

opposition. The amendments proposed were his confidence in the officers and men ln M E: Pink, white paper ftarlet.paintl strw. and blue Florence, (en of dis.mis.jion 3 Executor aforesaid. Flonr. i j

various, and mostly shared the same fate.- of his own army. A"er)" short period will HAVING rtturned to thu may be found at Long Lawn, Irish Linen Linen Sheeting JOSEPH CHAIRE. Executor.
J. L. His will Leon Countv April 3, 15-1. Cm Rochester Flour for sale by :1'LLOYD
Lord .Morpeth has introduced his produce events and results of a most decisive rooms Demillj's. stay Linen Table damask 30
importation character. bo onlt for tiro ireeks and those wishing Dental operations Linen Napkin, Bird's-eye Diaper, Linen Dowlas, SL FLAGG.
The moral effects the alarm the I
3. 1S47. 37
bill.The will please call in that time. Ladies, as Russia Diaper Crash and Huckerback Toweling Executors Notice. -
suffering by the famine in Ireland, doubts and surprise produced; by Gen. Taylor'slatest usual l. waited upon at their residences. (to 12-4- brown and bleached Cot. Sheeting person any demands against the StULFIIUR SPRING. t1
and most astounding! victory over them : April 24. 117 4D' 2t Col'd Cambrics, white and hrown ALL I
Scotland and on the continent, continues una. lol.nd. of George E. Weaver, deceased, will WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. {
bated. will inspire the :Mexicans with awe anJ apprehension I Alpacka, Bombazine, silk Velet. Stin. please present them-\\ilhout delay, to l"WPORT.
and their fears will accelerate the By the President of the United Dresj and Furniture CHAS. M. WELLS, andS. T HE subscriber would most respectfully t
There fast the inform his friend and the
was a great in England on : Cruel, of number shades R. MALLORY public that
'24th ult. on account of the famine, which was l late which I think will soon oaertake Santa I States. Tape Silver Thimbles, Fancy Executor lhe still occupies the WAKULLA HOTE. t

rigidly kept. Anna and all of his armies. It is said thru reedle., vriou!kinds, fancy silk Ending., Key West, April 10, 1947. 3i 6t to accommodate all wbo may

The distress in France was also great. In despair will make even cowards brave bus "'hitt. brown and fancy' coloured Linensfor men* to.e.t the virtues of Sulphur Water during the en- is
I season.
dome departments carts and boats containing I privation and suffering and stifTcrin with wear cclourtd, Cotton Worms Worms Worms! A convenient bath-house was built over one of our 1 I.

grain, require an escort of military to preserve :I Mexicas soldiers produce only insubordination" I Fancj TiE bane ot childhood, and the certain precursor springs last year; and another house (for the accommodation -

them from pillage. and desertion. They fly from the camp to .1 Pretty and Fancy Assortment. many dangerous diseases, if allowed to remain of the Ladies) will b erected during the 4j 1 ;.

and rob and feast the .' IZendy Clothing.II long in the human system in great numbers. Spring. j :\
I pillage at ranches. I l"I lade "
O'Connel has Paris for lie I
quitted Italy. .1.
These Baths can be used at all limes, are never
Thus they will do with Santa Anna they will I'MBRELLAS. JLc. Thousands Children die annually from .
U not so ill as represented. but will doubtlessnever : ; o overflowed, and the properties of the water are as ,
in public life abandon him in extremities, and leave him to Patent and c.1 no.t. spwl and pegged Worms! beneficial to invalids as those of any sulphur springs It I f
appear again. I I Calf onlee do. do. The season is now close at hand when they become
i is
and in the State. not deemed heretocitu
The first French mail steamer will leave our mercy, to philo! phize upon the empty Faihionabl Beaver Leghorn Hats. most troublesome to children. I : necessary I
anc cases or give from visitors who have tried
Bane on the 1st of fpr New York. vanity unexecuted schemes of glory. I Mens' and Rms certfcate. {
May, TN pursuance of law, I. JAMES K POLK President 1.11 Dr. Woodruff's Worm Specifics hem. .
The total inhabitants of Jbf town of Egles. The Illumination I _L ot the United State ol America, do hereliv Cotton Ginghams!and Umbrellas. a safe and efficient remedy for Worms. Try it.- In addition to (the usual fare at country Taverns, I .i
bach in fuurteeen in Philadelphia, on last declare and make known that sales beheld Hard Ware. he Wakulla Hotel will bs regularly supplied with
Germany, hundred! in number public : "i is good the best, and cheap as the cheapest.Mr.
:Monday night, in honor of our briliant victories I the uudcrrmntioncd Land Offices the hand and Saws I a a GreenTurtleFish and Oysters,and attention (
have requested permission to emigrate to at Mill, cr..cut key tenant wo Joseph Shiplej, of Muscogee Co., Ga., says it every .
the United States. There also in :Mexico, was a splendid affair. Thl'' SATE OF FLORIDA, at the perios hereinafter I Auiers.Uleschisels and braces with bits a'ort'd.! brought away 20"J" Worms from a negro child belong- paid to the comfort of visitors. 111 ITo
was extensive streets were crowded and everything passedofl'orderly : designated to wit : Knob |elate l .tok. pad, trunk chest. cupboard it lu him, in a short time. gentlemen (on of hunting and fhing. this J, f

preparations throughout the.country to emigrate and the At the Land Office at ST At.GtbTISF commencing -I box, hut-e anr tl Locks, assorted. Mr- John J. Little, of Wbitevie. Geo., says I neighbrho an unfailing game and J
to the States. Some districts were happi.r. Among most attractive I on Jlunday thi lirelfth day of July fut, fur the Pocket and ) Kni\"ts. shoe and butchers' do.. gave it in one ca'e and away5 Worms. In fib ; parents wishing to bring their children :

threatened with depopulat on from this cause displays ofcers of the newspaper disposal! I of the public lands within the 1imil.vf the Carving Knives and Forks, another case. it cared his negro woman of Tenia or "re. there is a good school and divine service every .:. t

alone. : press were very conspicuous.The undermtntionP townships, to wit : lL\ZUUSFf\ of Old Rough and Heady Ra. Tape Warm Sabbath day. ;
I --- of line and ca.s( of the principal zor Straps Mr. Thomas Boyd, of Coweta Co., Geo., says, I The subscriber has good stables for Horses,and at. .

There was occasional dijtuibances in Thessa'onica President of the United Stats has par. m fruit;an. German silver table and tea, Britannia table and gave it to a negro boy who was in bad heath; it entive servants.

on account 4>f the large exports of doned William Von Pfister and Lorin Larkin, Township twent\-two, of rang twenty.ei ht. tea and iron table and tea Spoons. brotaghtawayimmediately 30 worms! wa lon G. DAUGHTERY.

grain. The Pasha avoided outbreak by for. who were convicted at the March Term of Townships twenty-one and twenty-two. ot range Box coffee and corn 1lls. Brass preserve Kettles, well, and remains s up to this time. Newport. Florida March 22. 1547.- 36 I 'IJ'IJw.
fifth, trace, dog Chains,
wenty-nme. Log January, 1S4 7."GRIFFIN.
bidding exports. the Circuit Court of the U Statesfor Charles.ton Townships eighteen and nineteen., and section six, Wrought iron Grid-irons, Waffle and Wafer-irons, Pike Co., Geo., July 12, 1546. W. ATKinney RUsel

At Hamburg, wheat bad. declined three District, of being concerned in the slave in township twenty, of range thirt). Collin No. I Axes, Steel Traps, Dr. Woodruff Please forward immediately three f

hillings per quarter. Townships eighteen nineteen and twcntj-one of Amos Sparks, and long and short-handle Shovels dozen of your Worm Specific. We have calls for it'ailu. taken Rooms at Banner House,"MOD-

CORN aKET.-The qorn markets are re. trade.The range thirty-one Snaths, shrub Scjthes and reap Hooks:, Send it without delay. Respectfully, HAVING respectfully tenders his er-
Ceding in direction and in some descriptions rose prayed for a gift, but the genius Township eighteen and nineteen of range tl>irt\- Fair and good supply Mechanic Tools, and JNO. G. HILL &. CO. 1 ics to those F..1'er.deIre faithful and accurate Like '
every two. .' articles in the line not T Co., Geo., December 12, 1845.
gave it thorns. The rose wept until it saw Many many Hard-wart ALT tresses themselves or friends,which will be transmitted _
that of Indian corn, for instance, the eighteen of ioned. have. made of
lilies.TALLAHASSEE Township range thirtj-three. roent Dr. Woodruff recently tria your to posterity indellible of the past.His .
the .
fall has been astounding-the price has rece [ antelope eating At the Land Office at NEWNAVILLs commence Willow and Wood Ware. Worm Specific in a very bad case, with nippiest I [ Likenesses are warranted momento to please. Price $3Q. J
dedabout24s. ng on Monday day of July next, for t. think more of it than ever, and believe it
-- --- ------ tl.t.iuttu"tl Chums, 3 sizes-Tubs of all sizes, March 27. 1547. 36
Monticelo. I
The rapid rise in this species of food sur. COTTON MARKET.We the the undermentioned disposal of public townships lauds, and within fractional the limits townships of Well Buckets, Pails,Brass and iron-bound Buckets, will do in !cases in the.100.J.. ROPER, M. D. Gadsden Circuit Court.

have not received more than ten bales for the Keelers Bread-t E
prised and even in the judgment \Vo-mtuure
many persons to wit : Wm. J. SailerAdm'r.debonisnon,
>the uninitiated, exceeded: the ncces-si- past week wbi has been sold at 9{ a Oj c. Some Sffuth of the bate hne, and east tf the principal Work Willow Baskets Chair. and and"Cariat.covered Market(ditto REMEDY NEEDED with the will annexed, of A. Be!-1

ties of the case. Flour, like Indian torn, has (few bales Sea Island have ben sold IS a 20 ; but the meridian. TiE and lay, deceu. I&
nine of fourteen. Groceries. For Dysentery, Diarhcar Griping Chancery.
sustained a considerable fall, and the existing amount received JI not sufficient to give a tone to the Township range I'
Fractionallownships twent>--en, twenly-eight YoUiiZ H\son, Imperial and Powchong Teas Summer Complaint of May Rowles, Exe'x. of Joseph R.J
depression can hardly fail:to be increased by market. wenty-nine and thirty, on the main Und, of range Rio and Jata Coft. From the late lamented Captain HOLES. Georgia Rowles, dec'd., et. aI /. .

the fine spring weathervp arc now enjoying, The advices from New York are encouraging, the ilteen. Itritterand \ Crackers, Regiment. appealing to the satisfaction 0 the Cour. by

which foreshadows an early and prolific bar- market having advanced fully i cent on the news, Township twenty-seven and fractional township Roc herrings, in barrels, BRAZOS ST. lGo. July 24, 1846. affidavit fle with the original this
the land, of sixteen. anrl 2, in i bbls, brand 154(5( Dr. M. Woodruff Dear Sir an
Test. 'I sales about bales day. hirty-live.on main range 1 :Jchrl. you apolog ase.that the Sid Mar Rowles,Executrix of Joseph
-. -.- 2J. -.--per-- .- -. -- -- Township twenty)- ven. and fradioiial townships 10 }11., Marktt, No. 1 ISetT. for not acknowledging before this the R. Rowloa, dc'd. .. *. Ktjotwl Iho Jim t. o tb.
CORN MA.RKET Lirrrpoo/.-There' have - --- --- hirtj hree and tbirty-fve.on the main land,of range \ .\:, hire, dried Apples and Peaches box of your Dysentary Cordia. which you had the State of Florida and in the State of Vrginia. on motion -
been several changes in our corn market since $ We are requested to give notice that the Union seventeen. &rdtt. 1,bbls. soused Plsftt. kindness to send me for the use of the Solicitor (for said : I e ,

the sailing of the Hibernia; Large imports of Tract Society will meet at the Methodist Church in Township twenty-seven fractional township thir- and jl-ols. Fuur. Lemon Srup. of my corps.I That the said Mary Rowles, Executrix s/oresaid, I '

all: descriptions breadstuff* to all of the this city, on Monday evening, the 3d May at half- >-two, on the mau. land.and townships thirty-three Sperm Candles. Pearl Starch have founJ it a most valuable meicine. and only do appear and answer the original bill filed in Ihi
parts and thirtj-five, of eighteen. Soap brown and toilette Soaps, that I have not a supply of the should
have had the effrcl 7 o'clock. The Rev. JOHN range Colgate pale egret my cause, and to shew cause why same b
lingdom past
of putting down GODEOUGHCo. Townships tbirt.}.two, thirty-three thirty-four Picde.assorted-Catsups, assorted men have followed the diretol they have invariably evivedt&.c.,within four months from the date ot I
prices of all descriptions erf"grain and flour. porteur for Midd'e! Florida, will address! the Society. and thirt-five, of range nineteen loaf and crushed Sugar, found relief. We \ and are suffering publication of this ordr. or (the same and the origi- i '

April 3d.-The trade t .day is again rather Addre"e from other friends of the cause will also LassJ arproprial by l:"for the use of schools, Scotch SnufF, ol several Factories, much from Dvscnlary occasioned by the wretched lalbillin this be taken (or conf. d- '

firmer. There are buyers of wheat: at full b made The public is ccrdially invitLTaner miitary. or purposes will be excluded from Mu.tar and Spices, a'lrted. water we have to drink but your Cordial it reslo- And it further ordered That a copy of this order ,

Flour tfie amendment. _. -.- ---- -- --- -- lle.. Putty, Lead Window Glass ring all to their wonted health and tior. With be published in some newspaper published in the J
prices. supports The sales will each be kept open for two weeks, Train, L'nseed, and Lamp Oils:, my sincere thanks for your kindness,and beat wishes Middle District of Florida, once a week, coosecuively .
Indian Corn in request at 2a. per 4SO Ibs. for Sale.FOR ([unless the lands are sooner dit
for Northern yellow, and;'meal at 52s per bbl. a Tannery imme- ger; and no private entries of bud in the townshipsso Powder, Shot Lead, &c. .i.c. 4.C. ISAAC HOLME.Capt. Macon Guards. Dated November 27,1S4G.GEORGE .

Cotton market good. :Sea Island 15jd.! tot adjoining; the city of Talahuse comprising otrere. will be admitted until kfttr the expiration A fresh supply valuable meicine. S. HAWKINS, Judge, te

18<1. Bowed Georgia: 6d.{ to 6d. New Si vats, two large building by feet, of from the commencement of said sales. OrThe inhabitants of the city and county 1 just received and for sale by Lewis & Drg. A true copy. Atet. '
; ; lengtn and and hand the of P. M.,Man- .
width two by 20 feet.- Given under my at City Washington guts Tallahassee; also,by R. Manning I. R. Hu.al
Orleans, 6} to 7jd. ; There are pumps, various fixtures two bark mills, this sixth day of April, Anto Donniji one thous. and those of adjacent and counties for theme1ves-and., are particularly requested -. ninton. Leon County; is,. B. Beard, P. M.. Wicco- December 12.1S-G 21 4m

Liverpool, March 20'7 There was quite a turning by a.co wheel running; by horse power a and eight hundred and fortyseven.JAMES. to cal the attention see ot the LADIES especially whose cookie Leon County ; S. F. Burney, Mieeowokw ;
torn in our cotton marketltbis: week. Instead cistern for water, a well, a brook, with abundant K. POLK.B we Samuel Puleston,Druggist.Monticello; James lime JEFFERSON COUNTY
known It will
to flrrd
never err. a me great
water on the border of which the the President : taste was Joshua Davies of en County ; D. Baker Sale.
tats Tax
are placed. Gad
of the and which had elited'ainee before them the diversified and Quincy; Colector'
gloom depression to display
The lot pleasure Vm. Powers Mer-
Intudel0 or 11 acres of first rate land,under RICHARD M. YOUNG, P. M., Chattahoochie, virtue o authority in me by law, Ihall
' F Store.
the commencement of the present year, are also two bark sheds with 125 Corm ,ionrr of the General Land Office. .NCrE'and in attendance, will be chant, Marianno. BY expose (or sale, before the Court House
' punctual
we have had a stirring and active business on cords ot oak bark. For sale at a great bargain_ Inu"diatt.to ell orders tent me. April 3. 1547. 37 door.in Monticello. Jefferson County, on the

leach day, both on the trade and on speculation. Terms libral, M. L. BAKER. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPflON. CLAIMANTS. pai S. F. BURNEY. First Monday in July n xt,
Exporters also have teen purchasing for t&o. 41 Ct Every lands person within entitled the townships to the right above of enumerated preemptionto April 17, &. 39-SE"TlEL[ please copy. CABINET MAKING. the following property, or so much thereof .will '

some of the better qualities of Orleans. Insatch Negro for Sale. is required any to establish the same to the satisfactionof pay the Sate and Coantj Taxes due thereon Ca the 9"

a market, and afier so long a depression, LIKELY NEGRO WOMA ficU hand and the Register and Receiver of the proper Land Office NEW SPRING GOODS DAMON &LYNCH, year 1
becomes A cook about and make theiefor a, an T I AVING bought the entire stock and interest of NE4Sec32.and N W 4See33andW f of K
a certainty than an increase of de- rough 3 j ears-of age, very stout payment p'aticable Crud E Sec 33, T 1, R 4. N and to
4 purporting
rnand and healthy for sale. Enquire at this Office. after teeing this notice, and before the day appointed Opening of Faihionable Dry Goods _tl Francis Wienker in the Shop. are b
? also give a turn in prices accordinglj. work in that and to Duncan M. Quarles.WiNWlSecl3.T2.R4NJtEow.
of line
May 1, 1S47. 41 4t lor the commencement of the public sale of I TUST received per Brig Gen. Wilson, consisting of prepae to do all kio. lone
American descriptions of all qualities the lands embracing the tract claimed; otherwise I J all varitien of fabrics (or Ladies Dr Bouut., i"r t, patronage. (..,given,. to the.* shop _will Tnot2IT2R4NE,80
bd a neil *. ,-v v > i
raised one pound and For Sale. such claim be forfeited.RICHARD. I and Flower of all varieties y i ..
quarter pennj per 'i Ribbon warrants them in saying they can give atis .trNo I. u.. :g r u .
the great bulk of the ordinary kinds |d. 33 of M. YOUNG BarwgeShawLi and Scarfs, their woik mil, and are willing! to dispose 2. 21. : 4.l&
cook .
years good execute
age & They .
of the General Land Office. of Mitts, .C., I 1 II I
assortment I.
FAXTXE RELIEF FCSD.-On Wednesday _Iiironer and washer, ro tale on reasonable tr Apri Cnn, 'Wt. 40 ts Sun A fill 3hades, Hoiary.Goea.. of it on a reasonable term a any other workmen a' .. 5. .. 21.T2.R4.N.E. .:..

the committee of the British association for Apply at this Office. Men and PauoleUI.Boys' Panama, and Palm- in the Stale. .. 1. .I I 22. E15ae"
the relief of extreme distress in Ireland and May I, 1547. ,41 :;t Horae for Sale.: As and a full assortment Lhorn.Smmer Clothing, March 20, 1847-- 35 lying I in the bend of MiceoaookieLake.n t plD-

Scotland, made a report of the sums receind.hich For Sale. A FINE large HORSE (or sale that for sail cheap for cash by the tbibn. corner in of 2 cub Hams, tation; of GOT.'Moselev.oWe sot known-SIMDNS. i

now aojounts to above 240,000 which works wall and ride finely-bt is a Mon and Jefferson streets Store 25 BBL Fout 1" Shoulder C..
A LIKELY NERO GIRL, ten or twelve yean of _j horse of fin* action, and trots fast. Monel. Please call and examine the &ak. Sde for tale by sf and et fjM* Tax Cl.Jel
received from her
jaaofaXMUXX) Majesty'* .t this Office. to L. H. GREENBERG December 30
a.fo e1e. Apply 3. R. FORTUNE. ManS 13/1817. "-GYP .FLAGG. Is
Secretary of State for home department being 1847 41 Apri 24.IR4. 40 AIU 3'i ts1. 41 J




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-- --- -- -- --- '- --I
., ::- -, -- hnd ed and for. -- AMENDMENTS TO THE otlce-. Slate Tax Collector's SaleT
---- --- thirtieth i
3 I : BY"AUTHORITY.imof For contingent expenses i ;objti-not hereinbefore the day of Jane, and all other materials CONSTITUTION OF TilE STATE OF FLORIDA, months afterdate, I shall present my final ac- B YJrtue of the power rested in me by !.. *

** enumerated, five thousand dollars. .v"fuUT. u re i ire that provIsions nature, for the of the PROPOSEDAND AGR ZED TO BT THK SECOND: GKXERAt SIX and vouchers Jo the Hon. Judge of Probate hall expos for sale, on the fourth Moodn'i

'. i the For of thc il establishment at the several of every name and with the lowesl use ( bidder AS EMBT ; SUBJECT TO TilE ACTiON in and for the County of Jefferson, and apply fora August next, before the door of th* Court Hon

;;., : tht Tnitr Slatrj paurd&t second nary S11)J1ot-yards, the ( and others to be rid the navy, be furnished advertisement by contract shall be and the same is OT THE nEXT GE:ERAt. AtSKMBLT..In discharge as Administrator of the estate of Clement Koch's Bluff, in the county of Washington.StaflJJ;
:. \ session of the Tvcntf-Bintb (onrcu. annual compensation that was allowed to severally it shall not to but- W. Stephens late of said Count .dec'ased. Florida, the following or uo
far modified that apply &
U making for the naval hereby so Comtilution of this State JAMES GADSDEN. thereof will the State and
: : in the act appropriations and cheese destined for the use of our navy, or .let to to amend the a* pay County t iM Ion
: I'rnLrf-. C.JAN service fur the year (.ndins on the thirtieth June one ter contraband of war And it shall be lawful as to extend to all free tchile male inhabitant, Monticello, January 16, 1847. 29 CmNotice. the same for the jear 1J6 :
: i forjthe establishment of additional thousand. eight"hundred'nd (olt' -nn. except as that things contracts for those articles for the use of the navy being eititeni ef the United Statet, who shall acres, lying in Holmes' Salley. >ortiii i
;): : ACT post routes in the State c.f! Texas. hereinafter provided : be made at heretofore for periods longer than one hare resided within thu Slate one year, the elective : belong to the estate cf A. B. Blackwell. **

; AT KITTERY. M.\! the Navy, franchiie. d.1te.1 shail account Also 400 acres lying in Holmes Valley, mminz .
E in the of the Secretary of months after present my *- .
it opinion -
Be it enacted fly) the Senate 1I'e.f Rtpreentatirtt sear 1. Be it enacted ly the Senate and SIX to belong to G. Sweet.
i,1 t of the eriltrl:. tJtt. If.imerita in Con. For pay of storekeeper, naval constructor,inspector economy and the quality (.f the ration will be promoted SECTION the State of Flo- vouchers, and a;ply to the Hon. Judge of rtim
Also,000 acre, to
k' $ clerk to the comman- Rrjirefentativet Leon for letters of dismission as purr ; to tht
timiicr clerk to the yard, t thereby.Stc. Probate of County estat
I I :) ;Q\ltes btI' hhctIJ'hV. ''I' ,iti.olal POt u...of.. .....,. .,.- -. ,> .. --,clerk lothtn31alcCl- 2. And be it further enacttd. That the act rila in General .Jtsembty cono "td. That the first Administratrix( on the estate of Granville Sheppard, of Joseph M. White, and lying on St. Andrewijj?

n: ; from Sabine t'3UI0nt. Jasper 1 1or"- .trtrc'or. and porter, seven thousanu six nunurcu .1.< ot June "e.ini.*
r \n\ il A, and J. KenJrck'I tp San Arcnistine. fifty doi tars. entitled "An act making appropriations for the naval amended as follows, v iz : Every free white male per ELIZABETh CLEA VELA D. Adm'x. Pay, near McCoimick's, purporting to belong 5 t *

: I'. From Lyon. pot office in I.uisiaiia.viaFalewandPatillos i AT CHARLESTOW'N, MASSACHUSETTS. service for the fiscal year ending 'the thirtieth day of son of the age of twenty-one years and upwards, and January 23, 1*.17 27 #m Collins.
I to Beaumont.From naval conductor, measurer June eighteen hundred and forty-five," which directs who shall be, at the time of offering to vote, a citizen JOHN W. COOK Slenff

I : Vs.jr. Alexandria. Louisiana, via %tr', Ferry, on For pay of storekeeper of timber, clerk to the two that the Secretary of the Navy shall order a competent of the United Slates, and who shall have resided and ex officio Tax Col. Washington Ca
t and
t- inspector W. 8 D ] L71T3 J
tbf Sabine river, and the ccuu.'y of Newton, to to commandant, three clerks to the storekeeper commissioned or warrant officer of the navy and had his habitation, domicil, home and place of. February2oi847. 31 6m'ISTARS
:i Japcr. : '' clerk to naval constructor keeper of magazine to take charge of the naval stores for foreign squadron permanent abode in Florida'for one year next preceding Attorney nt Law, BALSAM OF WILDCIIERRT
he shall offer
; From county site \nbcina.. to' hundred and in place of nav al storekeepers at each of the fo- the election at which to rote, Montirello Jefferson Florida W
: :t ico Joh( Ti and pouter eleven one I and who shall, at such time and for six months immediately County, sale by LEWIS t AMS
site of Tvler. r,-ig 1I port where said ft ores may be deposited, and |
20 1917. 31
runt eighty dollar* have had his habita attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle February ,
i tia Pcndlcton and Hamilton toSe the preceding said time,
!; Sabine to\vn, where a storekeeper is necessary, bo and same WILL
AT BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. of abode and of the of Columbia of the
and County
bp is hereby so far modified a* to authorise' the selection ion, dcmicil I, home place permanent ( State of FlorIda "*
t ., Crockett tn Palttin( For pay of storekeeper naval: (on"trlcor. measurer and appointment of citizens other than naval officers ii the county in which he may olTer to vote, shall be Eastern Circuit, Fhric1a.
: q From to the county tilt and inspector of limlnT, clerk to yard, t-\o to be storekeepers foreign stations when suitable d-cmed a qualified) vottr at all elections under this Monticello, August 22, IS 1C- 5Law IN CHANCERY CIRCUITCOL'RT MlDDTr*
Sbcbvilt three clerks to t the storekeeper Constitution, and others, in elections by CIRCUIT LEON COUNTY
ef clerks to I the commandant naval officers cannot 00 ordered on such service or none except
\. I. :t j From '\mt. via Colonel II. C. Ashton's, Lo- del k to naval constructor, keeper of magazine when in the opinion of the Secretary, of the Navy, 1'1ef3lti'ket in the State' or District prescribed by IVorlcc. Albert Ritchie arid William JI. Beall.Eiecutcu f

.t :. ranvort Seb, lclilal'1 to Pulaski.From ant porter, eleven thousand one hundred and the public interest will be promoted thereby. Persons I lav, in winch cases, the elector! must' have been a William N. Ritchie., Complainants.n. .

? S >iana, tiaSheenick's Ferry eighty ( olu: ,. so selected and appointed to receive the same r. dent of the State one year next preceding the BROCKEXBROUGIIIAXWEI..L..
1 and Kilos' to t olTice, and from AT PHILADELPHIA. allowed: and to entf into bond I clenand six months within the election district Louis A. Pellerin,Thomas Ealtzcll.Thcmas F.
:. I.ndino 1lore'llo comjKMisatioH as now
I .i;4 Shrten'.prt.'i Port : Jeflerson, in Cass For pay storekeep.-r. cl\.lcon"'llutor.' mea.u- \\iJh( srcnrity as u re-iiir| d I by law of oflicei of' t the ITI which lie offer to vote Procitleil, That no soldier \7"M. II BROCKENBROUGH will return toFlo- -D Y and virtue the Union of a, decree Dank rendered cf Florida in,(D'fendoj liii ,

.' county. ncr and inspector ('I I' tim.r, clerk to the yard!, two have pei forming aid service. seaman or marine in the ft'Jularrmy or Navyof V t rida in time to attend all the Courts of the J3 first of cau,05 j,
I From NacogJochcs vfi county site of Cherokee, decks to commandant, clerk to the storekeeper, i Snc. I. .lii'l t>f it further enacted. That the pay of lie l'uuitcdStates' unless he were a qualified elector Middle Circuit, and Jackson and Franklin Counties sale fcr cash day before April.the 1547.1 will espes f

! a .. An2i't, Palestine and the county site of Henderson keeper| of.the magazine, and porter. six thousand six firemen and coal heavers employed in (the naval s"-\- ti f this State' previous' to his enlistment' as such in West Florida IJ. it M. will also attend! the hassee, on Monday, the 3d Court-house day of May doorig xtn ..
i 1 hundred and riglity dollars. ice shall hereafter be lived by the President of the soliler, seaman or marine in the Regular Army or and Federal Courts. Their time will be nextwithin
Jefferson in Cans county, ,via the county site the is Naiy of the United' States' or of the revenue ser"it'e. Supreme and legal hours, all cf section Eight (5) Township ...
From VIRGINIA.For in ,
I ; AT GOSPORT, United Slates, same manner as now provided devoted exclusively to the legal profession,
I. 'c ef'Cass via the site of Titus naval law far the of other( officers and of shoal l lor con ielelcd a resident of tin: State in consequence United for the attentive (1) North of Range one (I) East,called (tbe Lafayette
i .F .. ;nsrheld. county ; pay of torckteper constructor measurer by pay petty claims against the States much
I : .. (Mount Plea ant,) the county site of f HopVin*, (Tar. and inspector cf limber, clerk to the yard, two t seamen ordinary.came:., and marines; and so much of I being stationed within, the same. prosecution of which arrangements have been madein Township or so thereof, as shall. be rafficienl
the several
t. to
,: .. rant.) and the (.unf' site of Hunt to Dallas. clerks to commandant, three clerks .to the storckepcr.cli'jk 1 rf the art of Conr..i approve I August 'thirty-fir' Passed Senate, December 1 b Iii. Washin ton. satisfy sums mon y mentioned j ii
4 : said decree, and therein and
From Bonham, via Varren.tocounty'ite' of Grayson ol th* hundred! and forty-two' entitled' act to D. H. MAYS, President Senate. thereby ordered to b*
.n 3-1
, : b. .- 'to the naval const met or,keeper magazine eighteen I March 13, 1917. out of the of the sale
paid proceeds of
(Sherman) ami from Sherman, via PinckneysTille and poiter, eleven thousand o.e hundred and regulate' the appointment( and pay engineers in the II. ARCHER, Secretary Senate. said land.
2 Title deeds at cost
I : Stewartville the existing route from fixes he of firemen i Passed Hou"e, Ueren.ber 16, 1MO. purchasers.,.
"nited States
;4." to ; ant eighty mvy uf Ihe a* pay
I Bonham to Dallas Mull .n changed) a to p.:**thro .It..1I.1rs.AT PENSACOLA. and coallieavtrs, bo and the same is hereby repeal ROBERT BROUN, Speaker Ho. Reps. TIN MANUFACTORY. THOMAS BROWN,
and I Cedar M. D. PAPY, Clcik..In Master in Chancery
Buckner.Stewartillc ar.J \\.11 construrtor.clerk I.tl.1.SEt
: .: For pay ( f storckwp r n
3 1't7. 37
, -ft. c. .' I From Marshall tia the county site' (.1 I'pshur and to I i.- y'.id.1 two clciks to I ho rummaihiint. too : :". .Jut te if fiitthcr enactid, That of 'themoney J. R. FORTUNE. April ,
: the site of Henderson: to Buffalo, on the i.'i: aad porterfight thousand in this act for >'jof tIe iiavy" .let to amend the Constitution of this State toa
.. i county clerks tli' storekeeper| appropriated | to make the semioni the General become (the sole proprietor of the TIN 2WES d
of .Issembly HAVING
:. : I Trimly.'. and tIId, U..u. and contingent expenses .numerated, an jinnint nt.t.cxceeJinj la'ely the properly of R. Flagler & Co.,
i .5. Profn r"'nttie! rf, t' .-hur and the rrunty site c-f AT MEMIHIS.! Iwentv-eighl thousand and t\\o 1 Imncritl i biennial bateau of 11llIlUal.I method of the that he DKALEBSiyDug
takes this informing public
L 'i:[: '. TitUs, to v'lark.villc, a-. irom Paris to Tar n.. Fcr pay oftorekeeptreisrk to the yarJ, cl, rk lo I dollars na> be expended under the ilirccli.m of the I SECTION 1. He it enacted by the the State Senate Plo-and will keep constantly on hand, at the shop opposite *, Medicines, Paint. Oils,
.'. .. From file ot Cherokee via the "Saline. the commandant: and poilcr, three thiuaiul three Socretaiv of the Navy,tor repair*, improvcmeauand I f Htpretentatiee* of of tl.e
county ol all ( varieties of
.t : his store, a large assortment'
i site of Smith, to county I ridain (;V/i rub.'/ .r jii/yroiwn /,That the second Toilet Articles Perfumery it. Window
.: .;: (NechesV and the county hundred dollar I con truti ns at Fi/rt S.-vrrn .\IInap"II.Jjl, : )(bntl ; ,I Tin and other articles usually kept in his line of GIiu,
i fourth article ,
the the Constitution of
el of of
nod ; of and for the of land 1 for tie ,.' naval HIS *
i : litt of Upshur. F-r improvement iiccessary repairs navyv purchas. u"e of ti business. He will also be prepared to furnish any PAINTERS BRUSHES AND COLORS,
. .,' From Galvcsfcn t. Sabin Pas*. cards iz : school! l at that .. "". not e\ceo liiig twelve: acit-s. I Ii this State be so amended as to read as follows, viz : .
I .J' Merchants in the Tin-ware at low
country a* pricesas Apothecaries Class
Ware ac.T
and Cedar Bayou to I ii. The Mernhera,! ot, the House of Representativessluahl .
:! From Houston\ia ; AT KITTIIUY.Fc.r cc..11Il; it fnrlhir rit'irU-J That
: Lil.cblr in everjrj I
it from the North and them
I t' I : and filling in forguu th : be choen by the qualified voters, ai.d shall they can get ; begs to HE abuse constantly on hind, and for sile a! tht
knecd'k'all. i-f l I. .f .
\ exteudinj; : r < <4 <.r captor' n n's"ck.I''I: illr to i
Libr'y. call and examine for themselves. There is object
I: ,. j ": Austin, i i-i.San; Marco and New Eraunfels, I It and ancI.or wharfulii'ilci' ngwhart num!,erone.cuter I lie navy: .I l the I'liitcd States' tli' accouiitiiigiiicoistie !; !|,I serve fir ,the term if two tra.lrom and after the an lowest market prices.
in having it here as it will be 'free from damage,
of the (first election under the amended Constjtuiion
t5; to San Antonio.From ?! neal ua.-t and boat-house number tille\'n. and j c': troatiry under lie iliri-rtion (Jf tlie SI T.-I. r> '| day -
,.... ... Grange, via Lytrs.Chaidoins,1lu1lett's. for r1' irs ..f all kindstl.irt\-or.< tli<.usitnl, five 111111. cf the X."h..H !I.. and tI.HC hereby a tVri td I'I'I I and no longer ; aid: the sessions of the Gen which it usually gets by shipping. We have received by late arrivals large additioeil
i and Mill to Victoria.Frora I i "r..1.liIbl% shrill be biennial and commence on GENERAL"ASSORTMENT OF T1OTARE. I supplies of Drugs..Uedicmnes and CArmtVafr which
"F Petersburgli hlhhr I dreil sod twenty-eight d.-llars. That the Secretaryof in the 'etl! ment of the amniiit- of the )purser oi I ,
t .- Gonzales, via Cuero and Victoria to P\rtl.a lh- X.i" tiertiy ilintUd to c-ue to be (':- such "0.-,1. to .:re'lii' laiN \\ it hi such portion of (the the fourth' Monday November, in each and every 1 doz Furnaces, such as every family ought to together with most cf the popular patent reedie,.

i r. .. .. Eacca. ftructi-J tI'("ada of tlc; na\\ -\mli at Kittciy, Pluladclphia !! amount (if lie provisions, d..II.IO:. rtiu'l' .torrs and! ,.' .econd year, or at such other times as may be pres. have, Sugar Dippers, Sugar Skimmers, Oil Cans render our assortment the largest and most varied is

.. .''1 \ i From Port La :rca,'ia Indian Point and Port Ca. ; and IVnsicola. a ii.a'i; ill g dry! dock lor shijuct money, with \\h'i! he >nn(js clrjr:Ml on the books ;, cribed by law. Counter Scales, Zinc for Stoves, &.C., the State. All of which we offer at the lowest cub

td.: ballo to .) the hue, with, basin and railway at Philadelphia, !I1 "if the I I'oiirtli Auditor of the Trr-'sury as they shall} |I I Sec. i. He further enacted, That the third clause Sheet Iron for making Stove Pipes, pi ices.

I :.i. : I From Galveston. via Springfield and Shclton's. to and reference thereto at the other places, on such j lie satislieJ was ir.evii.ly! lot by such rapture rrI <[ of the fourth article of the Constitution' be amendedso Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of Buildings July 25. 1910. 1 LEWIS & AMES.Moia'ese. .

: \ : I Chamber's crock.I olan as may preferred l h y tlieSecutary, of Ihe X,. I loss t f a !rublic! is esrl; and such pur.trhall !te fully hat the acme hall read] as (follows : 3d. That the and put up at short notice, either in the city
'. .. From Victoria Rcfugia and Sin Patn- .la to be completed with I Representatives' sliall bechoscn on the first Monday -
: : 'ia.Goli.l : the -iid dock at P<-n-ac > j exonerated( by such credit from all liability on account or country.
: a;. cio to Corpus Chfitl. ail possible dispatch : and I he sum oj fifty! thousand ,I of tie provisions cl- tiling, small .T/'rl'i ar.d : in the month of October in each and every second ALSO:a new invention for draining Sugar, which A (1 BARRELS FIRST RATE MOLASSES

;..; : I rrom Brasos Santia-o. via Point Isabel 1 Fort dollars is hereby apprtipriittil ti.wards said (!clock at ; money .o provttl to hate 'ier captured I It st. i year, from and afte'r the first election under this a- will drain it for market in two days, atd! begs the LJu For sale by

'. Drown. Citt.-ry ; fifty Hnucall.1 d.-liar! toward said deck at :.i Snc. 7. ,1ml If it fiirthtr rri'irtnl.! That lie Sec- I mendfd Constitution, or on such other day as may planters to call and t" 1mine.2r. March 13, 1547. 34 J. R. FORTUNE

," From Corpus Christi to Hra,os Santiago. lhilaJ.lph, : ar.dCO hundred and filly thousand j retary cl the Navy be and hf is l.citbv a-ithon.-ed and I Ij directed by law.Sec. patent Well and Cistern sinale and double Rod -

f :. ( II From .-u tiu to Fredericksburg. lollurs towards sail dock at lYnsaCoh ; out of any j, d ,-.:e.! to cau be made under I Itlie :. lie further enacted. That the fifth clause Pumps, well adapted to plantation use. PuNTS ONLY.
From San Antonio to C lroville.SEC. of the aforesud article be -.o arnended to read
:"f : I : money in the Treasury not otln-rwise rropriatcd.! : immediate direction anc.I.Hint"IJJ.'flC'\'A l-ri- j as as March 1.1-li. 33SAXDS'
the fallowing routes have been 'follows, "i/: The Senators shall r.e chosen the
1 C. Whereas AT CHARLiSTOVN.For all Brown as shall! thoroughly I test 'the nHciriit jm.p-1 by SPRING STYLES .1947.
'; pat in operation by the under a misconstruction of qualified electors, for (the term of four yearn, at the -
and) the
-f.ur. and
I : I .et wharf n'injber si, repairs tlry- ettirs of a liquid tire practical utility' cf a
of the law, % iz : from Crockett Fort HciMon; Bailietun*., in the same manner, and in the same I I IT'lare SAHSAPAHILLJ"OR \
: ..i. doc* numb i tins -f-'Ir : limbir dock ami l I.ii i.b. "- lot-pr r<>t !itejni-ii! [! (Ihe invei.tio't rf sod I.o\n) ; ,
1 ,._. .:. ii;..ti., I..u -I iwu_'o. where for members the LEE & BlfEWSTER
r. .i..ui. r' 'they vote of Ilou ofK'prisentatives
t' : cros timlxT-deck ; f rirk ham n to be erected en number for coast and liarltr-r! (1.1|. nee; said expcrinient-j to be ,' e THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CUREOF' ,
.f .. .,! I. Point( tl GJlh.t>; fr"J re'r from La:Matjgrdi Bacca via to Victoria Polio twenty-seven ; smith hop and plumh con[>etent judies to be .oi ; and no person shall be a Senator ALL DISEASES ARISING r FROM AN 4 i CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
: i and Cuero. to and drains tu res.-rvoir.and pll'et'o suithery ; shell i lected l I.y the S."ritary (.f the Navy fir that : unless he be awhile mm, a citizen of 'the United IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD
Ca 1'.lt from Port Cib"lla Ij Port Li DK -a. He ; Statesand! shall have been inhabitant of this Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that they
: : ; i hc"j., joiners aid carjxtifer sliop.s: a.id rigging iou, i and i it .hallllt'l the duty! of said Secretary to report to | an State OR HABIT OF TIlE SYSTEM
.; -. further enactid That ti.\are hfrcbleJze!1I t. and lor repairs of all kinds i.nitty-seven thousand Congreat (the earliest practicable pprir d I thcreaftt! r i fur two years next preceding his election, and the VIZ have received, and are new exhibiting, at THE
'; this act up to the tiins tUe tiw ) b)' last resident of the dlsl rict for which : WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Printed CaK.DQ .
:. r.'lt..ft.liiht sis hundred .:,J 11th-fin' (1.It! the r.iilt of .uchrxprriments; arid his opinion v>hl'I j year a orcounty
I thi act ct into.operation, win: .n :1 AT BROOKLYN. 'lh r th inti rest "f> United States would he ,.rnmnttd lie shall be chosen, and shall! have attained the age Scrofula or A"ins' Ecu Rheumatism, O&.itinate toes.- .

: ".- : I JprRonDlltaraaQ' ::., i 1"1.. For repairing wlurves in (runt of D at.d H; cistern I.J adopting this invention as a means of national 1 de I : j of ht'nhti.erJu. I Cutaneous Kniptions, Pimples or Putttifes on the <

)v. .1 l<, reservt'ir C ; ciai>k-tinir ce.L-han; tilling; I.by ('. lint said Hrown shall receive time .'lM flfll\ j t Sec. .1: Iititfult'urrmrtrd, That the sixth clause Face Blotch, Biles, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Comprising all the
I '. : [Pt"ELJr-O. I.J]' in tiu.'e! r ;pond and dredging:! chain: Is; shell-h' u-eon I dolUrsipcrdiy whil engage'l 1 in ma .experiments i of the afoie.aid: article be so amended as to read as I ll'urm or Tttter, Scald J/wd. EI'lIr nnt and
J for the of inlcres I I I follows, viz The cla.-sification of made Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, IVeiv Spring Styles,
AN Secators
f : 15 provide: payment any guii-blufk aid Icr repairs of all kinds, fifty.one J together with all his travelling and other : as
debt. the first session the General held in Syphilitic Symptom, Sciatica or Lumbago, and Of British, French, and .Imeriean Manvfaetvnjwhicr
'. : I falling due on tl:1 public thousar.d i iclit bun.1n"'llc1.tt: -l id.t dollars. I !., : Prari'lrtl, Hehall not be !.< employii'l 1 j of Assembly .
:. : Be it enacted ly the Senate and lTuu
:: .: of the i'niled States If.11! in Con- dollars. TLt from and altor the passage of this not Breeding, ten thousand dollars be and the sam' | ill whom, as nearly as possible, shall be chosen forever .iseitts or JJropty, Exposure or Imprudencein their assortment one cf the most beautiful and it.
t liCl ( .itso. Chronic C-jnititutionalDisorders.
:,f_ t : I Kress wcniblc'!, Tint the Secretary of Treasut: act, all! in ..n.04 d.-rived fn In the sile! of all stores i is lirrt!,v apprnpriatfii out f f any money in (the (rca- I hereafter biennially for the term of four years : Life. tractive in the city ; and havirgjujf been purchased

... : : be, and lie ii !hereby authorised and directed to be1t.r and otherrti" !I.- Wlonging to the navy shall ret cit sury nor othf-rv\i, ( i.p appropriated, for defraying the "I j Pmridfd. howrer, ind it is hC'rdd'dolH'c., that fIllS preparation is a combination hitherto un- FOR CASH!! A.\D SHORT CREDIT,

c \ caused to be paid out of uny money in the Treasury to that: appropriation: from which such stores an.1 l expenses of "tit i \ experimentsAppnovF.n j the term of office of that class of Senators! unexpi- in the history ot Medicine, ditlcring entirely Are offered by the piece or package on (tbe semi

t- : 1| Jiot otherwise appropriated, any interest filling due ether urticl. were orijiiallv purchased ; and the Marr'i' :'i n, IS 17. I red at t the 'firt dec tion under the amended Constitution in its character and operations from 'the various ttrms, at and below manufacturers! prices.

: cr accruing on, any lor'io cf the public debt au Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorised and shall extend to, :and expire 0:1. the first Monday preparations Sarsaparilla which have beenat Catalogues of prices (corrected daily,) ire placed

4 ; thorized by law. directed t<> refund to the aj propriation; fer "cHlung Slate of Florlila. in (Ortober eighteen hundred and lilly.See. different times offered to the public. It acts specifically in the hand cf buyers.

i t ; .4 i Aprnovrp, FeLnmy J?, 1517. fur tie! ii-iv;. ," the proc.'l of all sales of condemned IN (CHANCF.P-V. TIlE CIRCUIT COURT :. Be further enacted. That the first election upon the whole system, thereby bringing it Purchasers will inform themselves of the state of
t .:o. .i navy clothing which !have been paid into the Treas. FOR JIKFFKRSON l"OF TY.lI"mp..lNI t for As.'eunblrnen, under this amended Con-1 fi- under its direct and immediate influence. Although the market, and be well repaid for an eiaminatn.

:Yr;: ;. : [rtLxo! : t'.] ury ef tli'. United States: s>nW'
:. f AN ACT to change thc"irce of holding one of the of August, eighteen i: hundred and ort -four. as shall | S. Complainant, I eighteen hundred and forty-eight ; and the tir"ti"irn nannies, so that it cannot injure the most delicate L. & B. have peculiar ad vantages for execntiBj orders -
r I of the cireuit of the! United States for appear (from the accounts of the Bureau of Provisions r.c.I of the General Assembly, under this amend- constitution. When in perfect health r.o effect for prints which are respectfully solicited.
; terms c'irt .
Catharine Oiza Smith
I John M. Smith
and Richard
I ; tbe district f North and! ( litton; and tlc; Fourth Auditor' of the Treasury I dod Constitution' shall commence the fourth Monday i is produced by its use except an increase of appetite LEE & BREWSTER
< CroliD. II. Harrison ,
. : ; and it shall not be law fill !hereafter t., make transfers lfftTllan/ in November, in the }e.r eighteen hundred and ; but \,hen distase i is seated in the frame and
.. Be it enacted finite! and Jfavst of It'prc I appearing to tlie Court by the affidavit cf 44 Cedar Street.
I' comI forty-eight.
b'ltt the Lead j'T
f.out the clothing fund or of the appropriation [ carrying fast its victim along the path cf life. then
I :, !. .'. sentcttr'softhc elileIStdl(" .1rC'ita in Congress ; for "clothing for the navy" to any other I plamant; that the defendant, Catharine Eliot Passed Senate, December' 2':?, IStO.D. its mysterious influence is 'felt and seen ; it enkindles January 23. 147. 27 t2SBy
I : ; I attem'vhd; That :}.c term of the circuit court' : Smith, ii a non-residvrit ..f the State, and resides in I II. MAYS, President of Senate.
.t. head of appropriation, except in '.e adjustment of new life, and vigor and bring health and strengthto
the! district of North Caroli the State of South Carolina the last Arrivals from New York
of the United for (
; "j .. .; t2t(1 the acwunt-.of disbursingolFictis, at the ot1ice d the : II. Anciirn, crefaryo 0' Senate. the suffering and diseased. ,
na.now by law appoint] to be held on the first Men It therefore Onitrt'l That the said defendant do Pissed House of Representative' December 29, "
i' I FourthUdltl r -r lli Treasury. TRUTH is STRANGER THAN Ficrio*. -LET TT7E have received a very superior style of
.:i ; I day of December, t-hall: hereafter! be held on the las AT PHILADELPHIA.! appear and atiivvt r the mplainant's bill on '-r before 'I 1SI5.I THE FACTS SPEAK: FOR Tn Eazsni.vEs.-The following VV French Black Cloth

.. '., ( I Nonday of November (i instead of the first Monday cEccmber f For riiHid.! pier of wharves 1.lJI'n'f'I! two and the third Monday in July next otherwise the same ROBERT: BROWN Speaker Ho. of Reps.M. certificate is only another link in the great chainof ,
? '.: in each and and actions. will \if taken for conlcsvd! and the matters thereof Superior Style of Wool-dye Cloth,
I ) every year 1 '!.r'eIrf number 'four, and outside Iier cf number i D. PAPY, Clerk House liYps.biuary testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and
: t. : suits, appeal.recognisance., writs, processes, andF ft uir ; vvuksliops: on site( nurnlur ten : anchorage I decre! :'C"rdil'111.1: it is further Ordered, F.- 27I" !7. r.J fmlYoliri I be Convinced. What it has done once it will do Bottle Green French '*
; ether proceedings whatever 1endintnsadcourtor: That copy <.f tins rrtK-r f I. 1ttitlchciI! in sorne of ------ Olive "
and r.-pair of all kinds, tcrty'-ssven thousand fcur *. again. Brown
::1, : 'C ; returnable th reto.rlialihave; ; d. y,aid, be heard, tried hundred and sixteen don n the public n"\\SpaTCti prlr,'. d in the State, once a months after' tile publication! of this notice, I''I CHARLMTOW.V Mass., Sept. 23d, 15'';. Coffee Brown "

.. .. : j proceeded with, and decided accordingly. ..1' WASHINGTON.IVr week fbi four inontiis ( unsoeutivelv.THOMAS I SIX apply 10''the Honoiable James M. Gilchrist, This may certify that mv son, now aged seventeen

-.,' .:. I APPROVED: Fcbruaryl3; 1 r t t. Irip-hammer; in an hor- hop, and blowing DALTZELL, Judge. 'I Judi, H Probate for Gadsden County for leltt'U.1' has been for ton years afflicted with the scrofulous Ca imrres of ALSO the latest
A Sfjlt.
; cl t.t-: ;! : :t I [Pcu-o. 4S.J] new boiler t<, steam: engine number two; converting! T. (;. Fin:, 'Clerk.Montirello Sncll, deceased. which probably caused this humor to make its appearance -, READY MADE CLOTHING.

\ ..: .... AN ACT making appropriation for the naval service numbr eleven to an iron foundry! ; temporary laboratory Fa., M.trrh, i pjo; ) 1547. 3: -JrnTNI'OUMS I R. L. EVIOXDSdm'r.. in a most singular way, covering his body czi- Call and purchase those who want good bargain

1. '' ''.' ; for the year ending the thirtieth! Juae.onetliou. building, and repairs of all kinds, thirty thou -I-:-. HAUNAXI- -.JI'-- .- -- Quinry. December !12.: 1 1'.1': 21 ( m from his head to his feet with small tumors. I consulted BULL & PRATORIUS-
; :- ; sand eight hundred and fortyeight.Be and five hundred and fortv-ciirht dollars. ), I ---- ------- a Doctor ot' Medicine, and he examined him January 2, 15-17. 24CHARLES

iJ '. it enacted Ivthe Stat and House of Rrpre. AT GO. I'OnT. : his friends and the public j LAND SALES. ,I three days in succession, and not understanding his

.. tentative of the United. State of America in Congreti For eomtiMing! storehouse number thirfr-en and t taken the store on the cor- rN of legal! authority the subscriber will case, advised iRe to consult Dr. Rogers, of New York, ARCHERS

j4 1:; ,, asseniitled, That the following sums be, and the launching al lij!> number forty-eight' ; new wharf where j tier of Monroe and Two Hundred Foot I offer pursuance for sale at public auction, af the Court House I then being a resident of that city. After a long TANDS at Tallahassee the plantation

L'7: ,-'- came are hereby appropriated for the naval service, small shears now stand, and f"..r repairs ot all kinds, streets, nearly opposite' I the Cowl house. of Madison County, between the hours of ten and and critical examination, having more than thirty \ of Col. R. Mitchell, in Tboma*

t' i for the year ending on the thiititth June, one thousand font-\-fve thousand two hundred dallais: of vs IIIJi.s lien{ :( 1111I.(In- found, a g' nrralfc,ortmei I two o'clock on the l.'itli: day day oi MAY next, the other medical gentlemen with him at the same time, ..countyGeorgia 5, 81O and 915.
t. .' eight hundred and ffcrty-eiglit. AT PENSACOLA.For g-nuin.- AND MKWCIXES. F.very at- following tracts of' land to wit : he pronounced it Scrofula, or King's Evil. The February 20, 1-17. 31

.';_-i & : For pay of commission, warrant and petty officer completing' torehou! number twenty-five j tetition paid to order of Physicians and Planter. The S F. J of Section 2.1. 1) child was I then prescribed tor.and commenced taking

'. .! and seamen, including the engineer corps of the navy and tirnbfr-slMrd number enty-six; blacksmith shop |! All article warrant-d gofkl quality' lotrfrr coal The S \V 4 of Section 21 i In Township No. 1, medical drugs from that time. He grew wor e until Just Received.
: t htndicd and thousand and steam engine wharf extending and lie I.a jn-t received a !lIp!!) of ShERMAN'SVltM : } June of 1S37, and then his bones became affected in FEW more copies cf Headley's Napoleon and
: ;. \. ,three million tvv ninety-two ; primanent ; i I, The N W 4 of Section 2:). | Range No. 7, S & E. A
;' L eigh hundred and 41" dollars. completing coal house ; completing' lime house and : COrCH) ; \MPHOR and CATI1ARTI TIle N E 4 of Section 2';. J Ji consequence of the mercury that had been given him.A his Marshall Also, a fine Guitar, (cit sale by

3.4', pay of thirteen additional) a"isfact surgeons, for repairs of all kinds, fifty eight! thousand and seventeen !i '.O lXGf'S. valuable articles, and the most agree- .._ .. I _. .,-.__. ;__ "_m__ :_ "c. ,., ro. I'iece of bone came away from his urulpr-iaw in January V, 1S47. 25 P. A. HAYWARD-
stile! lie r. } ui etiioii i i uvuiinii' i it5, ao. r>
'i.-b >, whose appointment i ii hereby authorised twelve dollar I form 01 administering medicines.SHERMAN'S The W J of Section f., I. R 0, the first place, as large as an English walnut piece

;. .ti thousand three hundred and fifty dollars. AT MEMPHIS. ,' and b i'OOP MANS PLASTERS, thheaped (' On (the (ISth day of MAY, at the Court l1ou.eof from his forehead as large aa a sixpence, and a piece M. D. PAPY,
tl'- the Secretary of Ihe Navy be, and he is here For blacksmith's shop ; steam rngine and boiler
4i :,. by Tat rife to appoint a Pyrotechnist for the service for rope-\; '.lk ; joiner's shop aid storehouse, (one for Rheumatism, Pains in the Back, Side, and Weakness i I for sale, viz : the back and side, and discharged in three places. 2sr L

.. of Navy', at an annual salary of fifteen h-jrni wing ;) saw-mill commandant's liou"c and offices : Also, Sic DR. The \V J of Sec 13. ) From thence to one of his limbs, separating, in con jILL Practice in all the Courts in the MiAu

re dollars, which sum is hereby appropriated out oft foundation wall to enclose yard ; embankment and I HEALING, FOLGF.R'S OLOSAONIAN, or ALL The F. i of Sec 11 I, V In Town 1 Range 5, East. sequence of the ulceration, the muacles and cord O3ke on the first floor of tie Capitol

t.4 I:: .; any money in the treasury net otherwise appropriated excavation' and lilt repairs of; all kinds, one hundred BALSAM.aninvalnblearticIeforC.ihNCoughs The S i of Sec 31, ) from the bones of the ankle joint on the back pait.He .- South wing room formerly occupied by the

/. ed, a full eompcnsatioa:for the! services of sid Py'si. and two thousand two hundred and five dollars. tion and l, Asthma i its, kindred Hlei-ding diseases.at 'the Lungs, Consnmp The N 1 of Section t i. Town 2, Range 5, S & E. had at one time tilteen running sores or issues Secretary of the'Territorv.'

,: rotechnist.For :SACKirrrs: HARBOR. certificates i f from Pamphlets containing On the 2.th day of MAY, at the Court House of front the glansof the throat and those places I have November 15, 1945. 17
: 'i:l' .,: provisions for commission, warrant, and petty For construction of officers quarters and for repairs persons in high standir?, resVerting GaJsden County, t the following tracts will be offered mentioned. In 1S-10,1 lived in Portsmouth, N. II., "
t.r ; E ',.. officers and seamen, including engineers and maine of all kinds, five thousand dollars. valuable elleots( can be had gratis, by ap fcr sale, viz : and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever, which JOhN ER5KINC.
'in abovr.Tallahasiee
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'j 'c'- attached to vessels for sea str\ice. nine hundred and For the improvement and repairs of the severanavy ;a January i, In Township North, Range 3 West. settled in one of his hips which swelled as large as ATTORNEY AT LAW ,

:*. ; seventy-six thousand she hundred and sixty-six dollars h. 'pitals, \ iz: -- -- .10. l'i l'L 25tf Fractional Section 5, AH of Section !S*, three of the other. Being under Medical treatment,
\. and cents. Al Chelsea five thousand four hundred and eighty -- they him laudanum until he lost his Cfculucy, Florida.
; i eighty-one Upper ulsllllis'cprftis, All of Section 7, All of" 22, gave reason. TTTILL attend the Justices Courts of Gdsdea
l : ; And there &hal be allowed, instead of the sum now dollars and rif'\-Ir.ur cents. S I & N W 4 Sec S, :\lIof It 23, Then I became alarmed, and sent for a Thomsonian. V V the FlorMi.
: .; 'e." allowed by .breehnt per day in lieu of the At Pro-klyn, twenty two thousand three hundredand I: \ST FLORIDA. All of Section 15, All of 21. His medicine helped hU hip and rrsored his reason. and the County Courts, in the Circuit Court Counties of Middle of Georgia.

j.: "' ;1l spirit rations in navy, to e paid monthly to such ninety dollars.Al : subscriber takes (this rnelhC1d of in- All CJf" 17, The third time he was attacked with this fever in adjacent

Yj74., !. persons a may elect fq receive the same, who shall or near Gosport five thousand six hundred and MIlE;; ; ; his friends and th? puUic h..t In Township 2 North, Range West 1S42, when hearing of Dr. Sands' Sarsaparilla, and November- Sentinel 22,1S45. 13 tfC3
.l'.iT :t1. actually draw their rations in kind. thirty-four dollars.At taken a lease on the above esfiblisiiment All of Section 17, I All of Section 30. being perfectly satisfied that all other medicines had copy.

, \J.J' .' For an additional cl,tk for Bureau of Provision and Washington, one hundred dollars.At for a term of years, aiul \\ill bt? prepared to accomutunodate Fractional Section 2). I| I failed effecting a euro, I sent and procured six bottles NATHANIEL IIAMLLV,

1* .':' Clothing, one thousand olar. Penaccla. thirty thousand four liund and forty- all who may favor him uith tleir patrename. On the 31st day of MAY, at (the Court House of and by the time he had taken it all I considered

..i"L. ..': For surgeons nee"s ft appliances for thet. one dollars and seventy-five cents. As regards the mjneral Dualitieso'the( water Jackson County' the following tracts will be offered him well. Those places healed-he became bright Factor and Commission Merchant,

1 ". _. lick and hurt of the naval service including the ma For magazines, viz : they cannot be surpao,ed l hy any 'al..rill'lal"e saleiz : and lively-co'.or came to his face and lips-from NEW-ORLE.ANS.

, ?, .. fine C0rj, Including (Jin re thousand dollar fo p.;' At Charlofctnwti, MisorhiisHt two !hundred dol. in America The Springs will be opened by the firs' In Township 5 North Range 11 I West, that time till the Fall of IS N, his complaints never Col. WM. BAiLEY Jefferson Co.
'.. of the superintendent, W ho shal be either captain, lars.At day of M u'h. Charges will: In moderate, and every Allot' Section I. S& N W 4. and troubled him. At that time he became deaf, which J
. 1" I commander or lieutenant in nary, (forty thousand Brooklyn, eight hundred dollars. attention will lie ] the all who continued until last March when his became JAS. KIRKJET, Esq.; Tallahassee. > RxrEBC5Cn>
paid 'to comfort of ma;) S A anel X,1-J.of Sec 2, W i of i Ej, right ey* D. LADD
; ',";. two hundred dollars.. Washington, one hundred dollars.At favor him with( their company. The subscriber i i"provided S E J of Section 3, Section .1. affected ; from that to the left eye,covering the Esq., Newport. J

i" J.; For the increase, repair, armament, and equipment' Gosport, three hundred dollars. with, go .d and faithful servants, tine stable N of" t. S \V J of Section 22, sight of the eye so that he was m a great measure Fcb'uary6lsl7. 29

.': or the navy, and wear and tear of vessels in commission LmXlCORPS.. and attentive hostlers. W\VjofNE4, ) Siof u 23. deprived of sight.
t 5' .,. I including coal for steamers and purchascof hemp For pay of officer, non-commissioned officers musicians Invalids laboring und r the following diseases may AndWefSE J, i S&NW.lSec 21, Knowing that Sands Sarsnparilla was the only ,

'Lrf. : A' two million fire hundred thousand dollars. privates arid servants serving on shore, and rest assured the Springs: will cfli-ct( for (them a permanent Section r., ) All of Section, 25, medicine that had ever done him any good I applied Commission and Forwarding Xtnhial,

;., 1 Ferordoance and ordnance stores, including incidental subsistence of officers! one hundred and fifty thousand I cure : Di pcpsia, Diahctu( l'rolal"n'll'll'ra. All of Section' 7lIof u S 26. to Mr. Fowle, Apothecary, at Boston for more. He 101 Poydras street,

4 ..,tl .',r expenses,three I linndred and seventy-one Ihou- dollars. all kinds of Scrofula, Scald lit ad, Tetter, and tile va.riOlJi SWJ,1.WiofSEJHof" 27, has taken fifteen dollars worth, which has removed NEW-ORLEANS LA.

:..iii', : land three hundred and; ninety dollars. For clothing forty thousand five hundred and forty painful disorders! of this cla". Section S, Ahlof u 2'9, the humor from his eyes antI hearing, and he now SELLING RECEIVING AND FO B.
; t :,' For nautical books, maps charts and instilments eight i dollars. The Dancing S.iloon will be in readiness for all F.nfSW4Sec i 'J. All of It 2'\ appears to be cured, awl radically so. I verily believe BUYING .
,4--: : '. binding and repairing the same, and all the expenses For fuel, fifteen thousand four hundred and sixty- who are fond of this graceful and iteasingcaercise. N W J of to, All 0'' u 30. all this latter trouble might have been avoided attended to with promptness.nrrrnv

a : ot tbe hydrogranhical., twenty-five thousand nine dollars. r.M-\vri: A_ HtrsinvFebruary NVoCt.'are.-io. ..._ ._, I .A"u .. if I had continued thorouzlv the use of time Snrirv->_
.rr '' u. '" .v. oJ', J.NO. W. ARCTLE LATHAM & BAT.S. .
nine hundred and forty.'dolan. For military stores, repair of arms, pay of armor- -27, IS 17. :{i-! 3-1--- lIorNw4: I ii 14. Allot u 32, rilla w hen he was under its influence the first time. BESTWICK ,

r.. ; I: For contingent npdK may accrue (or the ers, accoutrements, ordnance stores, flags, drums %. The'"Juurnal", Tallahassee, ', Advertiser," Kl: of Section n.11 of It 33, These are the simple statements of the facts of the December 5 S. S. Sass.i.
following purposes ,'il: freight and transporttion.printing ; fifes, and mu'ictl instruments, four thousand there Apalachirola"Times," Columbus" Whi/,"Griffin, All of" 1711 of U 31, case, and I feel it my duty lo make those facts known 20

/' and stationery?; Advertising newspapers ; hundred and five dollars. Flag St. Advertiser," Montgomery, will vlease copy All of u Jq\ of" 35, to the public, for the benefit of those who may be Molasses and Fish Barrels

books, maps, models and drawings; purchase and repair For transportation of officer and troops, and forxjtensesof once a week for three months, send one paper containing All of 1AU of" 30. afflicted in like manner: feeling a lull conviction the rpHE undersigned has constantly on hand and will!

i4. of fire engines and machinery ; repair of steam recruiting eight thousand dollars. the notice' and their bills for the same as All of" O. cure has been fleeted solely from the effect of this -L engage any quantitY of superior Cypress SYRUPor

h 1 engine* and attendance!on same in'arl; purchase For repair of barrack, and rent of temporary bar. above. In Township North Range 7 West, invaluable medicine. FISH BARRELS: the former, holding from 37 U

Jct ... and maintenance of hor.t and driving racks, six thousand dollars. Fractional Section 14, I Fractional Section 24. HANNAH W. BECK, 22S Main st. 40 gallon's: the later usual FiSh barrel sire-

teams ; carts timber tfheels and workmen tools of For contingencies, viz : For Sale All of 23, I Suffolk, 1.1. Boston, October 13, IS 1(3.( -Then per Newport.Feb.3.1S47. 30 DAN-L. LADP__
; every description .repairing the name ; pst e I Freight, ferriage, toll,wharfage, and cartage; compensation FARM situated about two and a half miles west In T 3 N, R 9 W. AJ1 of Section 13. sonally appeared (Ihe above named Hannah W. Beck

of letters on public bu.n.; coal and other to judge-advocates; per diem (for attending A of( Madison Court House It consists of 'four In T 5 N, R 10 Wet. N i :and S W 4, and E J of and made solemn oath that the above certificate, by Just Received by J. R. Fortune,

'1 oil and candles (or navy-yard and chore stations; courts-martial and courts of inquiry ; per diem to eighths of first quality of pine land about J0<) acres I S E l. Sec 0. All ol Section 14. her subscribed, and statements therein contained, C\ DOZEN Ladies fine colored Kid GloTet, W

;: 17: cleaningandcleaniegtpyardsincidenallabor( not enlist(-d men on constant Ubor; house rent where no opened well watered with excellent springs, anda These lands, selected for the State many years are Irue. Before me, .t 4 pieces rich Balzarine.

; charitable to any other appropriation ; labor attending public! quarters are assigned ; tbe burial of deceased comfortable dwelling house. The outbuildings are since, and lying in agreeable neighborhoods, are JAMES RICE, Justice of the Peace. 3 .( printed Lawns,

Ihe delivery of public! ttores and supplies on foreign marinM. printing, stationery, forage, i ostjges and all new, the barn and gin-house spacious and com very valuable. For further particulars and conclusive evidence of 8 Crash,
.: ? stations ; wharf'g jckaze.. storage and rent ; the p'irsuit descifers; candles and oil; straw, bar. modious. There is on the tract a superior crchard TERMS:_" One-fourth cash, and the other three- its superior value and efficacy, see pamphlets, ss hich Russia and Cotton Diaper,&.C.. fee

I travelling expenses of ofCtf funeral expense.,corn5' rack furniture,bed sacks, spades, axes,shovels,picks of Peaches, Figs, &c.; also a young vineyard which fourths in three annual instalments, wilh interest may be obtained of Agents, gratis. March 6, 1847. 31
'j ;:; : mino., hi re of agents ; hire,store rent, office carpenters tools, and keeping a horse for the messener. the last year prod''*! from 3. to 40 bUlIheb of fine roui tbe l date of sale, payable annually in advance ; Prepared and sold by A. P. 4. D. SANDS, Drug

S ..1 :- and fuel to navy azents and navalexpenses ;.fifteen. ...!thousand tirst secnon dollars.oi me act of fourth i irrapcs. Its character for health is unquestionable. the purchaser to give bond with approved security, gists, 100 Fulton street, corner of William,N. Y. State Tax Collector's Sale

i'.t p4r. o\m !' ,Um ; : eighteen. hundred and forty-two' entitled Apply to the Editor of the Floridian, or on theprem- or if any purchaser shall prefer to pay up the whole Sold alsoby LEWIS&AMESTallahasseeSMITI! B virtue of the power vested in me by law I Will

recruiting; apprehending deserters making appropriation for the naval service Augut'l s" (to W. C. MILLER. price in cash, a discount shall be allowed of five per & CATLIN, Pensacola, F. WHITING.St. Marks, expose for sale, before the Court House aoor'**

; .. diem Allowance to pcrfon attending courts-martial; per year one thousand eight i hundred and forty-two January 9, IS.J1. 25 cent. on the credit instalments." and by Druggists generally throughout the United the city of Tallahassee, county ol Leon,on the fim

Ii c : and court of inquiry or other service author by shall not be construed a. applying to the JOHN BEARD, States. Monday in July next, the following ftopfrtj, or
law to Judge-advocates ptLotase and ot boatswains appointment otlce.SIX Register of Public Lands for the Price, SI per bottle. Six bottle for $5. much thereof will pay the State and County t x

tt: I, towing; compensates re el.; Mistttce rendered to ;vessels in tn.ker.. gunners, carpenters and sail- month offer date, I shall present my final ac- State of Florida. OCJ-: The public are respectfully requested to remember the tame for the year 1S46 : .
.::; ir.usisimndredlhouanddollsn.. d Stc. 2. .Ind be it further I, and vouchers to the lion. Judge of rebate Tallahassee February, 1847. 293m that it is Sands' Sarsaparilla that has been Lots Nos. 317, 318, 319, 300, original plan too*

For nabling Ih* Secretary of the Nary to byexperiments o f the proviso of the act of enacted third March That so much in and for the County of Jefferson and apply for a ... The Savannah Georgian Charleston Mercury and is constantly achieving such remarkable cures of 179, north addition, of tbe city ol Tallahassee pw

the value to the of Earle'i. tet hundred and forty-three entitled eighteen discharge as Administratrix of the estate of William and Columbus Times, will publish the above six the most difficult class of diseases to which the human porting to belong to Davenport.
!# ,. I niry patented "Ad act making H. Smith, late of said County, deceased. weeks, and send their accounts to the .' Register ot frame is subject; therefore ask for Sanda Sanaparilla A. A. FISHER Sbenff
invention ( the of fire appropriation. for the naval service
prciervitun for the
canvass cal.
thousand doll&r n. ender beginning the first of ELIZABETH K. SMITH. Public Land for the State of Florida," at Tillihas- and take no other. and ex ffficio Tax Col. for Lion Couatf.
year January and ending Jefferson County, October 31, l&tl3. 13 era .'. December 12, 1846. 20 ly December 26, 1540. 33 &&

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