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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 8, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
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&N JLCT. authorising,eand;for the otter election purposes.of certain light.hou but D Anna's mortally! wounded while eiarniniog

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for the said light-houses md IN TEXAS. From the Dublin btGen.Twiggs, found shot
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zup.tive1. proper new enjoying where wa by
.lYao.p we Frvnii'leetz' Orletnu .
" ::, '.tbSpbUc works, the Secretary of the Trcaoiy For the erection of a light-house'bn Galveston island THE EFFECT OF \MERIC.tN SMP.\TY INIEA have popJelng. Picayune' ,.fp23 the road-side just 1eaeny hlispapersb.4]
fifteen thousand dollars.
: hall![cause the said light-houses and other public. Later from Vera Cr. not been touched. The Mexicans
work to be erected ; and that he shall cause the' For the erection of a light-house!; on Matagorda island F.tMINE Good Providence to think of this To are"
ight4iouies aDd other public works herein provided fifteen thousand dollars. While English statesmen are devising daily think that our oppression is to end only in ban. The U. S. steamship }18chu.ett arrived ing bloody! and at the same time bolder pay.

for,which mal be situated on such location. at are For twenty wrought-iron buoys, to be placed in plans for the increase and protection of pau. ishmeot, and our struggles to cease but in here lat evening from Ver Cruz, which than is usual for thfD as it is thought they

!'owithn and under tbe jurisdiction of the United the waters of Texas, five IN thousand dollar perism in this long loyal and long 8ufTcrin0 death. To think of this land all place she left on tbp evening of the 14tb. Our have killed no less fifty of our men within
OHIO.
States.to be erected' as soon!las practicable; and that For a beacon-light and preparing the head Province Ireland, American statesmen, regarding over with Vhe hdy of sprinlf correspondence is down to the latest hour.- the last three days on the road.
: of the blo
be and ;
the oat of following any money rums in the, Treasury hereby not are otherwise appropriated ap. pier for the same at Vcrmillion river, three thousand this country as, even in its wreck, gemmed will glory like an mary The news is of the most stirring interest. The Gen.Scott stopped last night nine miles from

propriated for the pur fcerrm specified to wit: dollars. worth being saved, are accumulating their! ror's shild-nosumented, sainted, Emp. best advices lead to the impression tht a bat. [his-to-night he will reach Gen. ,'

111.1E.. For a ti bt.bouile on Western. Sister island,in Lake voluntary tributes for the relief of our necessi through the w>rld, given up at last to men tie was fought at Cerro Gordo, nearly midway sition. If Santa Anna is as Twig he p

For building a light-boose at Little river in the Erie, four thousand dollars.IN ILLINOIS.! ties. While the chief journals of the English] without one sympathy for it in their hearts, or between the Puente Nacional and Jalapa, on represented, he probably will not b attacked

town of Cutler five thousand dollars. capital arc daily teeming with invectives against fact or Friday last. We have heretofore for two or three
For re-building a light-house at Mount Desert rock Kor a light-house at Chicago, three thousand five one about it in their memories Thursday dy.
fifteen thousand dollars. hundred dollars. our people, high and low American Tradesmen tenant-league clergymen annonced the advance of Gen. Twiggs' division I write in great hase. G. \V. A

For buildin//: aligbt.bouS4 at Prospect II harbor in For a light-house at Littlefort, four thousand dol. journals from Houston down to Eastport, are -Irishmen, must this be lnlor into the interior. When last heard from

the town Gcldsborough, fire thousand dollars. lars. IN MICHIGAN. reviving reminiscences of Irish merit, in orderto he ,va beyond the Puente Nacional and in On the llth inct. Gen. Sot issued the fbl.
,
For a spindle three on hundred the South breaker, near WhiteHead For a light-Louse at Monroe, three thousand dollars. hasten the kindly interference of their country Many ear ago there was, in the eastern: dose proximity to the leica army. Gen. lowing prolmation no one will doubt .

For bight placing, buoys on Trun 4"Hars.)'11 reefand Broad Cove : I in behalf ours. While the popular divines part of:!Massucbusafts, a worthy old D. D., and Scott was expected to arri\e at Gen. Twiggs' was wrlrn by : .

rock In Ma:cle Ridge channel, to wit: one at each For a light-house nt Clinton river, three thousand in England can see in pestilence and though heY an eminent man and a goo headquarters on the night of the 14th insant HEADQUARTERS OF THE 'JUll>

of the following placer HayI; land ledze. Hurricane dollars. famine only judgments for an angered Deity, Christian, yet it must he confeMd he a Gen. Worth left Vera.Cruz with the VERA Cacpri 11, 19-7. J

ledge, ShreveV ledge Spen' e'. Head Island I ledge. For a li by bt.hGuliC the act near sevcnlh Wauzoshanre; July, eighteen the sum hundred appropriated -. smiting Ireland on both cheeks for her idolatry joke much better than the majority of c\en inveterate sion of the army on the 13th, and bivouacked Maj. Gems Sc General-in-Chitf the Armies .

Long ledge and IN Muscle NEW HAMPSHIRE.1t'dlfO.twoth'lusand! dollars. and thirty-eigh to wit: twenty-five thousand the favorite preachers America perceivebut jokers. It was before church organs that night at San Juan.about twelve miles in oft/se Un Stales of America.TO .

For rebuilding the li ht- louse on a rock railed! dollars,is hereby appropriated. an opportunity for the exercise of active were much in UW ; and it 8 happened that the interior. He probablyjoined the advance TILE OOD PEOPLE OF XKXICO.PROCLAMTiON. .
the Whale's Back, twenty-fire thousand dollar, in. For a light-house at Point au Barq'ies, on the west. charity.The. the choir in tbe church had recently I purchaseda on the 15th. Santa Anna was said to be at .

elusive of a former appropriation (or a breakwater to crh! hore, five of Lake thousand Huron.dollars.and at the mouth of Saginaw nation's position resembles that of the double ,.as viol Not far. from the church Cerro Gordo, where La Vega and Canalizo Mexicans At the head of a powerful array,

protect that licht-house.IN MASSACHUSETTS. For bay lizht-house at De Tour where the river Sault man in the Goejx l wlo ont down (",%>.., jb
For.such a beacon as may be deemed necessary by Ste. Maiie empties iado LeJie lluiuii, the iLousina tn Toricho. America is our Samaritan. town bull. One hot sabbath in the summer : Mi-Zs..... /Vr. -.J-point, WneuJun.uby advancing on your capitol-"nd with another ,
the Secretary of the Trf'uuryon a rock called the dollars. When our wounds arc bound up, and we arc time, the I hull! got out of his pasture and came Santa Anna was estimated at fifteen thou under Maj. t ia/ior m marcn rom oai.:
.'Londoner" near Thatcher's I land, six thousand< For a lisrht-hon e at White Fish pointon Lake Suerior able to go our destined way, we will know to bellowing in the s.'rect. .\houttbechurdltherp and btrong-consisting of two thousand ; tillo towards San Luis Potosi I think myself

dollars.For:. Minors: ruck, in Boston harbor p[ ror,a fne li house thousand at dollars.Joseph's, three thousand: whom our gratitude is due. *A certain Lc vile' I was plenty! untrodden grass, green and good, I' tar infantry, three thousand cavalry, reg.I called upon to address you.Mexicans .
a light-house on shall also be remembered. and Mr. Hull its remainder The of Americans are not your ene
thousand dollars. he hundred dollars. stopped to try. quility. per.chance I irregulars. pass Cerro
For twenty three spar buoys in Wjelfleet harbor, four spar For a light-house at Copper Harbor Fort Wilkins, Out of this famine will come many results,I to ascertain if its" location- had" at all Gordo is forty four miles from Vera Cruz, andis mils ; but the enemies for'a time, of the men, tl

buoys at the mouth of Westport harbor and for nine Lake Superior, firethousand dollars.IN one of the greatest of\\hich may be, if we de- improved its flavor ; and at any rate the rev. naturally a very strong one. Some difficulty who, a year ago, misgoverned you and brought f

buoyj and a beacon in Buu')ld'li bay two thousand For a -light-house. at WISCONSIN.:-outhport" four- thousand dolars. Fire it, the establishment of a cordial understanding" erend doctcr was i:the midst of his sermon : is anticipated in forcing it. Rumors state about this unnatural war between two great I ,.

dollars. between us and the United Slates; boo, boo, woo, went the bull. The clergyman that Santa Anna can obtain any amount of irregular lepublics. We are the friends of tlie peace- C
For a light-boat; to be stati&nf near a reef ol rocksat '!
ill:
the entrance of the Vineyard .ound,called the Sow For a light-house at or near Tail point, at the of America.It pau.wdlooktd a the singing seats with a grave force he may desire. Reconnoitering inhabitant of the country we occupy and

and Pigs, ten thousand dollars; or for a permanent mouth of Fox river four thousand dollars. is an axiom of the closest obsn'er of human face and said : UI would thank the musicians parties from the American army had been he friens of your holy relion. its hierarchy I .

light-house on said reef as th'e Secretary of the Trcasurr SEC.2. .indbeit Jurther enacted, That the worksat i nature that benefits on an not to \mw their instruments during service fired upon and several wounded-amongst and prieatho. The same is
Card's Fort reef, Florida Wcugoshance: ,, conferring .
in all
may deem bct. } endears } the benefactor) time it annn much." The whom was (now Lieutenant Colonel l parts our own crowded with
as $ me )
For buovs on Hit set's rock Mill rock, and three Michigan: ; Minor Rock, Ma'sachusetts ; Whale's object, t'ct > very peo. Captain devout countr.
buo. on the spit in and ner the harbor of Edgar- j bark New Hampshire ; Fai$ Weather i island< near so in domestic life, adopted children arc usually pIe stared, and the minister went on. Boo, Johnson of the Topographical Engineers, who Catho1ic and respected by. our Government .

town fur a buoy at Kockport; for a Luo) oil Bunt Black rock, Connecticut ; and Brandwine shoals. I the dearest. And at this hour, America, boo, woo, woo-ugh, went the bul a he passedto was shot in the arm and hip whilst examiningthe and people. ] t
point, Nantucket ; for beacons or bu\)* on Harbor in the Delaware river Pennsylvania< shall>t' executed like the Grecian daughter, feeds from the another green spot. parson again I Mexican works at Cerro Gordo. Intelligent For the Church of Mexico, the unoffending .

rock,Clam rock, Elisba' ledjre.Fort point and mack under. the superintendence of the TopographicalBureau. warm bosom of her youth, the aged, and alas paused, and again addressed the choir : "I do officers, who arrived in the Massachusetts inhabitants of the country and their property &
rock, in the harbor of Gloucf! ; for a buoy on I>en's sttoal} off Monamoy point, SEC :3. And be it further enacted. That the light: shackled nation, to which her infancy owed really wish the singers would not tune theirinstrumeiits entertain very little doubt.that a general evel' thing in ym I.I I.

eight dollars; for a buoy-boat on the east end of: at the Delaware breakwater shall hereafter be included protection and support. Never indeed did the while I am preaching, for, a I engagement has taken place.A power to place them under safeguard of t 4

Tockermuck boat, and one on the end of Great or within the list of those established by law. behold a finer spectacle. Sentence of have already remarked, it annoys me very number soldiers! have been shot in passing martial law against the few bad men in this _
Src .Ind be it further That the word .
4. following
Sandy point rip, each! hundred dollars. mart" has gone forth from Babylon on millions much." The people tittered, for they knew the road to and fro. AU accounts represent army. f :| [
named be, and
For to the between tIle light- light-houses they are hereby orders '.
repairs causeway My to that effect, known to all '
house and shore at F ::ar1o"'n.five tbouratid dollars. discontinued, to wit : one at the west end of St. of our people. The European continent was as wel as any cue what the real state of the the Americans as confident of victory, and and are a ,
IN CONNECTCL'T.Foralight.bouse George's island and one at the ntranr"ofS Joseph'sbay dumb, except where near the extreme south, cause Wil; he went on with his discourse. the Mexicans as burning for vengeance. Our precise vigorous. Under tbem several *

on the North Dumpling Fish in Florida; one at Cunningham's harbor and one. the Liberator of Rome searched in his The[ parson stopped! again, and again said to next. advces: from Vera Cruz will, we doubt Americans have already been punished, by t : '
er's Island sound, five thousand dollars. at Otter crct'k,on Lake Erie ; the light-Louse on Otter Pontif fine, for the benefit of Mexicans besides im. ; .
creek to be the coffcr after a mite for Ireland. Francewas dIe[ choir: -" I Lave twice requested the mu. not, bring us the details of an important en.
For beacon the SouthwOst in New haven not discontinuP however..until and
a on ledge risonment one, for a has ;
; ,
harbor one thousand dollars light-house at Mono : and that whenever silent, Austria was silent: Russia did not sicians not to tune their instruments during gagement.We rape ben 1
For re-building the lighthouse at the entrance of the light-house on the Execution rotks, Long cry out ''sham? !" A diplomatist rules in I sermon time. I do particularly request MrAfayvor subjoin the news from the Vera Cruz hung by the neck. .

New Haven harbor,at a plate to be designated; by the Island sound is completed, then the light at Sand's Paris : and the ancient friendship betweenthe I that you will not tune jour double papers and our correspondence. The letter Is this not a proof of good faith an energetic I ,f
Secretary of the Treasury, trn thousand dollars.Fobuoys point on Long Island L(discontinued.APPROVED of from Mr. of the 14th written discipline 1 Other proof shall given {
March 3, 1S17.liISM countries Sarsfield and Count Saxe, of I lass viol while I am preaching. This was Kendal at camp b

.Moulton's ledge at/ the in New followiceplaces London harbor, viz one: One on the on --- - -- IIoclic and of Tone, has withered beneath his too much. Lefa}vor got up much agitated at San Juan, very latest from the army.- as ected.often a injuries to Mexican may b de- .

outward end of the northeast bar of "Two Tree Island rule. A diplomatist rules Vienna, and the the idea of"speaking! out in church," and The soldiers were suffering at Vera Cruz from :j I

," ene on the north end of Bartlett's reef, one on -----------r! iJ ---- 1 D services of our great soliers3t Austria-our stammered cut : It'a not me, parson Bit's -i sickness, but the vomito had not appeared. : On the other hand,injuries commite by individuals

the sooth end of the Great Goshen reef,one on White .ANECDOTE OF LUTHER MARTIN. Ka\anaghs and fac O'Reillys-never th-:h-that d-d town bull." Oh," or parties of .' belonging .. Ito
rock reef in Black Point bay and one at the Housa- I the public forces, individuals small
tonic river the sum of seven hundred and tweet. We learned an anecdote a few.s since of weighed a feather on the power balancing said the parson, ;is it ? then the sexton will Editorial Correspondence of tie Picayune. trains of upon and ,of :

dollar this distinguished lawyer, which we do not remember -I head of Matternich. Even the Bear of the drve away the bull." The people laughed, VEHA CRUZ, April 13, 1847. pries wagons other teams, or pack
IN RHODE ISLAND. to have met with in print, and whichis Poles has turned diplomatist, and grumbles >ut a gratified look at the success of his on any person or property belonging

For a buoy on Brinton's reef, near the entrance of "10 good to be lost," as the ropor in cartels. Italy, except Rome, and all Spain joke he went oa with his sermon. So many vessels:are leaving almost every to this army, contrr to the lwi of ..
the harbor of Newport and for placing buoys on certainl. war, shall be punished vigor theparticular .
occasion : lies the helpless and bleeding of this same day that it is hard keeping the run of them. -
was on one riding prey
Watch Buckley Hill rock reef Race lour rock hundred, and dollars.IN on the. cast end of to Annapolis s in a stage coach, which was a I accursed diplomacy. From Continental Eu. \\liy it thrre so much disease?-Because, in I send a line by every one I hear of. offender be not delivered up by the

NEW YORK. solitary companion, a young gentleman just rope then, we could gain no aid against England number of things, we do just what by our A German gentleman has just told me-it .Mexican.authorities, the punishment shall tall :

For a light-bouse at the entrance of Cattaraugus' commencing the practice of the law. Arter ; for Europe is ruled by heads, not hearts, nature we were never intended to do. For is now 10 o'clock, a. m.-that Santa Ann w upon entire cities, towns or neighborhoods.

creek four thousand dollars. some familiar conversation, the young gentleman by profits, not principles-by .the laws of na. example : at his old hacienda Enceiro day before! lea LettbenallgoodMeiicansgemainathcane, : 4
and Fora: red dollar.light. on Governor' island, one hundred said : tions" not the laws of God." I 1st. Man is intended to draw in fresh air day. This place is close by Jalapi. Ca/iaU or at their peaceful occupations f bu they a .

fifty I time he breathes.. Almost all people, izo and Vega are at Cerro Gordo where Invite to bring in,for sale, hens beet j .
For'a light-house on Execution rocks, in Long Island Sir, you Lave been remarkably successful But America happily, has thus far escaped very La mle.
sound, twentyfive tbou&nd dollars. in your profession ; few men have gained so the incubus ; and America, in_a national sense when in their shops, breath the same air over no 1 less than three heights have been forie corn,barley,wbet flour for bra and J

For a beacon on Sandy Hook, three. hundred dol. many cases ; will you be good enough to communicate has become Ireland's friend-her chief friend and over again. To show the necessity of Gen. Scott went out last night; Gen. 'Vorh. vegetables. Cash wi b paid for every ting } ;:

Urs. the of the nations. Mowing fresh air continually enter living with his division, marched this morning, and this army may take or purchase, and pre :
For a beacon on the south side of Staten island, to me, a beginner, secret your among
tion will be all sellers. ;
three band red dollars. success?*' Now England, our governor, alternatelyhates rooms, and the bad air to escape, it may be will bivouack to.night at San Juan, on the given to Te Arner- I

For three beacon lights on'the river St. Lawrence I'll do it, man, on one conditionand and fears America ; and America returns stated that every person, during each moment other side of Santa Fe. Gen. Twiggs is at cans are strong enough to offer le assurances :

at the passage of the "Thousind Isle," one at the that is young defray during hatred for hatred and scorn for scorn, (If his life, destroys a quantity of air twice a Plau del Rio,close by the Mexicans, and there which should the Mexicans wisely acpt !
Lead of the Narrows, one at Low Rock i islet below you my expenses my those this may soon be happily ended, _
large are who think it than may \
but feels fear of as more probable
of few no earthly himself ;
Alexaadria, and at the sho.l below Crossover stay a days at Annapolis. any power.
one honor and of both
2nd. ) ought to breathe the pure air ev- that he has already had a brush with them.It advantage belligerents. ;
island, six thousand dollars. Willingly, replied the man, hopingto
young Let follow the three nations into the fu.
us Then the .
converted
breath. Our sewers and drains are so bad, is thought the at Cerro Gordo Americans having enemies s
For a light>hou.e on Teller's point on the UudiOnfirer profit greatly by the communication. fry position can 1'J
four thousand dollars.! The secret of success," said Martin, lure, as far as human sense can sec. To be. that the vapors and foul gasses rise, and we be turned, and in case La Vega and Canalizo into frinda will be happy to take leave ;

For furnishing the licht-houses on the Atlantic be discovered my in this advice wliich I i gin :- breathe them. make good their retreat that they will make of Mexico, and return to their country.WINFIELD 1 '

coast vith means of rendeiinz aistance to shipwrecked may I England, in the years 1'10 and 1817, had 3rd. Man was intended to take exercise inthe 'another stand at Los Dios. Time will show. SCOTT. i 1
mariner, five thousand dollars, the same to now give you, namely : the sure to have a
Le under the t'ontroland direction of the Secrrtary of good witness for case desire to sc. he government Ireland! in her own hands.In open air every day. Neither his heart, his The hospitals arc full, and the sickness is
the Treasury.: every you : those )'ear 2,000,000 of the Irish people stomach and buucls, his skin, his liver, his said to be on the increase. I still cannot learn Correspondence of the Daily Delta. .:} i

IN PENNSYLVANIA.! cure. Luther :Martin died for want of food, while there was plenty lungs, his kidneys,nor his brain, will act right. that there has been any well au'henticatedcase VERA Cnn, Apri 13, 1S47.Eds. r j
To continue the construction of the Iizht-hou on On reaching Annapolis, was of and credit in England and plenty exercise Most of vomito Delia :-As I my letter of .
I !
money ; Iy, without walking e'eryday. although have died of I .
the Brandywine shoals, in the Delaware; rher thirty not very self-denying in the enjoyments!pre. many this morning, tbe brigade of Gen. Worth took
thousand of food for the fetching beyond seas. of us do not get any walk, or only very short fever. I am off to-day for the headquarters i
sented fine hotel the substantial and
by a tbe line ot'march for from
; but $
dollars.IN up Jalapa, ra.
America in the of 1847 of a
spring hearing of of the
NEW JERSEY.For one, which is scarcely any use.
.
a beacon-licht at the: corner stake (so called' ) general refreshments were" mine dispatched host." in The a I Ireland's distress, made a magnanimous effort 4th. Man is formed to take simple, plain, and army.Yours, &c. G. W. K.VEE.t ther sudden indisposition the General did not k J '
between Elizabethtown and ShoM manner quite to leave with tbem. About one o'clock an express .
r'li island,
point ,
gratif-ing to save her, and succeeded in preserving near- wholesome food. He eats all sorts of things, :
and aiso for a small light or lantern at Shorter's Island time for core.rl c youngman I reached him with tbe important information 1
ly 1,000,000 of Irish lives, by assistance rendered ,I which not only da him no good but do him CECZ, April 14, 1347.
five thousand dollars.! .
] and Martin stood together at the bar, aud that the column of General 1
in Ireland, or to Irish emigrants in A. harm and drinks of beer, Tigg
For large quantities
light-hcu
the south
end
a : on of Tucker'sbelch ;
demanded their respective bills.Martin's The Massachusetts sails in half an hour and had fallen in with a large force _:
six thousand! dollars. merica. and which hurt his i stomach and iJ
For a buoy in the south channel of New inlet near was enormous, but on glancing at who survive this English famine i lake spirits the.inf. of_his brain.. I[ hasten to send you the latest intelligence received enemy at Cerro Gordo, a strong position be. t I,, ,

Tuckerton, eighty dollars. it, he quietly handed it to the young lawyer AIe in.the may new leaf of memories, away proper to use wash himself all from the advance of our army on its yond Puente Nacional, and that a skirmish had "j. t
For placing buoys in Little Egg harbor four hun who running his eye O'er it leisurely, icturned your 5th. Man ought O'er march towards Jalapa. Despatches were received taken place between Twiggs advanco guard .
this
contrast. daso to cleanse the
dred dollars. with water as
it with the utmost gravity. every here yesterday evening from General and the enemy, in which Capt. Johnson Topographical
IN DELAWARE Let us speculate a little further : pores of the skin, else they get stopped up ; he i
Don't to ? said Martin. that the had been dis. "
you mean pay stating Engineer was severely
For buoys to mark the channels discovered by the i and his skin cannot Twiggs enemy wounde
coast surveyors in Delaware bay,three thousand three l'ay what 1" said the oung lawyer."Why Suppose in the year of our Lord, 1850, that cannot perspire The rightly, of wash covered, and that in a reconnoissance some and &\erl others. In half an hour t I

hundred dollars. pay this bill. Did you not say, on Ireland with a population reduced to 5,000- breathe. majority people only eighteen miles beyond the National Bridge, at reception of this news, Gen. Worth had mount J _
and faces.
IN MARYLAND.For the route downward, that you would defray my 000, begins to recover from this awful ordeal ; their hands a point called the Black Forest Pass, Capt. J. ed his horse and was ofT- so sudden, indeed,
a beacon-light at Greenbury point at the harbor expenses ?" that her pheasants till the land again, and her 6th. Man should wear clean clothes nextto E. Johnson of the Topographical Engineers that I missed him, notwithstanding I repairedto r
of Annapolis three thousand fife hundred dollars. because the off bad
"My dear sir," said the young gentleman, artizans resume their labors. Suppose this his skin, body gives -now Lieut. Col. of V oligurwa severey his quarters to gather the particulars as soon

IN VIRGINIA.For hue,you a good witness to prove what you done under a wiser policy among Irishmen, fluids At present, many people wear the wounded with a shot through arm and as I hear of it.

a buoy on Sand Shoal inlet in Accomac, one demand in this case ?" and less injurious imperial laws, this island same thing day after day for weeks together.7th. another in the thigh. It is more than proba.blo no doubt at all that Santa Anna, I

hundred dollar Marin at once saw that he was caught and will even then be a power in Europe, thoughstill Man was intended to live in the light. that ere this Generals Twiggs and Pillow with from 12,000 to 15,000 men, is between "
IN NORTH CAROLINA.For
a light-house on Boddj's island, twelve thou eyeing his young friend a moment or t".o. he a province. But suppose it then being, Many, very many, have scarcely any light in have had something of a "brush with the us and Jalapa. It is conceded on all sides.-

sand dollars, a former appropriation of five thousand said pleasantly : *' You don't need any counsel or about to be, a free nation, governing itself their rom( enemy. Santa Anna is known to have arni.ved But Gen. Twiggs dos not whip him, he will .

dollars having been carried to the surplus fund. from me,young man,you don't need any counsel by certain moral and national laws having and 8lh. Man, in this clirna'e, must wear wann at this pass with a force said to be 15,000 at least keep him in check until General

For a floating light to tak the place of one now. from -.1etwdis! Protestant. cultivating certain foreign relations, what wi II in". Many have no flannel and are clad strong consisting of 2000 regulars and the who left yesterday, reaches him, which Sott
off Brandt which is much (
island. too decayed or repair and useless things.
fifteen thousand dollars. be its position in regard to America ? Why, with heavy balance of irregular troops of whom 3000 to.morrow night. Maj. Gen. Patterson left
.
IN SOUTH CAROLINA. Popr Pius IX.-The following incident il. this :- Yankee IJuarding." What do you charge are cavalry. The point above named i a here with two brigades of Volunteers on Friday .

For a light-bouse; oft South island on the southernedge ustrative of the present Pope, i is copied fromthe America needs friends in Europe, and opr for ?" asked a tall Green Mountain boyas very strong one, and naturally affords great and he has no doubt, reached the advancebefore

of Winneyah entrance five thousand dollar Boston Transcript : relations have always been of a friendly kind ; IIR hoN walked to the bar of a second rate advantages to the enemy; Jut my word for it, this hour.
For the Santee river i.-p
a at eutrance
light.bouse find beautiful anecdote of'man .
!>ve thousand dollars. We a most a bu from tAi year forth no Irishman irUl wi1. hotel in New York-"what do j oU ask a they \i not hold it long after our troops as. Gen. Twiggs bad between 250 and 2700
in elevated station with whose Eu.
For buoys in Bull's bay and Santee river,one thmi- name lingly dra a trigger against her. Our bar. week for board and lodgings?" 6 Five dollars. sail it.Shut. men-choice ones, too- command

sand dollar.. rope is now re-echoing, and whose good deedsto hors are nearer America than England's, ." .Five lolltrs I that's too much ; but up a I am in my room I cannot know and I entertain little fear for his r
IN GEORGIA.For his nation eemslo warm the hearts of those and accessible. The merchants much of what is going on. Mr. Patterson marched with Pillow's
more of New allow for the times I ama absent Kendal Shields' and .
placing lantern and rrfl-.rs I J
a lamps upon who love virtue and justice in America. It York and New Orleans have lost s'pow you'i : started last on the to the and the force the
the beacon already erected upon tb. "Ojster beds," alone millions from aol' ? Certainly evening way brigade, al except garrison
ID Savannah river,and for a.mdl, house for the keeper mrports to be an abstract of a !letter from of dollars in St. George's Channel be. and! half supper cents each." Here of the army ; -ilrobably be in the camp of the town Quitman's brigade, arc either t
two thousand road
cause they followed the arbitrary current of the conversation elded, and the Yankee took le you a at the scene of action or on the to
wptxi For the eertig east" end a small of Long tower island and in a said keeper'river house, al.o It runs to the effect that a man was arrestedin British commerce, flowing into that sink of his quarters fortwo weeks. During this fore starting which goes with this. It is be- Gen. Scott, I think, was pretty well satis "

for a rirpilar tower and house on the east end of Fig Home, whilst distributing clandestinely a the old slave-trade, Liverpool. Until the late time up he lodged aid breakfasted at the hotel, coming quite sickly here but as yet I hear no- fled, before his departure, that Santa Annawas i. ;

Ulan,ia said river six thousand dollars. pamphlet, entitled history of Pius IX, the abolition of the corn laws, Great Britain couldin did take either dinner or thing of the romito amongst the soldiers. Its in the neighborhood of Jalapa, and was
but not sayin"
For a buoy at Sapelo inlet one hundred dollars rnemy of and chief of Italy." suppr. in the interior and time towards that before
IN FLORIDA.For relgion. young a measure control America's commerce; but his business detained him in por. very healthy our army, making good point

, a light-bouse at Gary's Fort reef the sum of When the Pope hear of the arrest be ordered now, America, the great producer at once, of two of the tonn. At the expiration of two excepting those who stay to garrison this city, the express reached him. I

thirty thousand dollars, heretofore appropriated and the man to b brought before him. After the materials of manufacture: and the foo of weeks, he again walked up to the bar and will soon be beyond the influence of the im. A terrible battle will b fought at Cern

carried to the surplus fund,is hereby reappropriated. interrogating offender, bis holiness said- the manufacturer, can turn, not only own, wt settle that account-I am pure and sickly air of the coast. Gordo, or there will be or no fighting.An .- .

For ali ht.bOUle on Egmont I.Cat the entranceof "As your faults affect only myelr I pardonyou. but British commerce, into such channels a said la S'pose a few ut ." The landlord handed I am Itiilowly recovering from my aces. intelligent Mexican told me to.nightthat
Tampa Bay ten thousand dollar The man at the the Pope, r ( dent I with ere days.It there would be no fight, and that Santa Anna
the .
For light-house at Cape Canaveral, twelve thousand and fel pleases. Moreover, America must be, him his bill-* Two weeks board, at $ hope you many
dollar .1 offered to the names .the authors before many years, the intermediate agent between $10." ** the Yankee: is entirely out oldie question to think of fol- had with him four prominent members of the
tranger"iid
of the -
For a light-house at Cape St.George eight thousand pamphlet, but the Pope rpJe" Let Asia and Europe. From London to .this bill is you've made a mistake owing the army in my condition an I wouldnot National Congress, with the aid of whom he
;
dollars. I their fault be buried in silence, may re. Canton rourft Cape 10rn. is more than 6,000 not deducted xvrong the times I was absent stay in Vera Cruz a month for I lear hopes to negotiate a peace. 1 believe trY, .
you've
: dollars.For a light-house at Cape St. Elas eight thousand pentance touch their heart miles-from the sme to the same, via from dinner and &spper-14 days, 2 meals that the steamship New Oreans now here, iso that it is the wish of his Excellency
This is of the
For a light-bouse at Key West, the old one having of character one canted many and touching instances Panama or Oregon, less than 5,000. America perday-28 meals at 37$ cents each- 810!. make one more trip Tampico for mules the strife, but whether he wi embrace this

keen destroyed by a tornado twelve thousand elevated by purity then will more and more require an ally you've not the fifty cents change that's which are much wanted here, and after tat ocion(which, by the i an excellent
and Christian love that
: ... go
: we ever remembr t a depot on the west Europe and we balance she goes to your city. one) I cannot say.
; Fit take drink and
due .
\V r Fqr a buoy on"Rebecca shoal,"about twenty miles hue een. It shows the higbes mrl dig. a hereby, after a full advertise Ire. me,'* I th i Your die. F. A. L. The horses of the Tennessee CaYr are i.

. east For Tortngu light three hundred dollar nity, and we might almost say the .beauty ofholiness. land as candidate delbration. whose cigars _ P. S. When Capt. Johnson was woundedin rived to-day from Tampico; and soon as .
a "crew-pile light-bouse on or near Sand key: fortha employment
\ ; .
the light-boose at that place having been destroyed qualifications excel those al other. Swedish Chldren.- Ar. Macdonald, in his reconnoissance, he was with an escort they are landed I expect Quitman will I leave

oj a tornado twenty thousand dollar An Indistolvilc Iy81cry.-A Wentmore- Our ohjoct in this speculation is to keep the his travels thmigh Sweden, Young o the 2d Dragoons, under Capt. Hardie. here.

_F* a fbt-bouseonMerTiir IN MISSISSIPPI.. shell bank twelve land (Pa.) paper states that a mother and Irish in Ireland. Ifo a starved, colonized children, from the age of one 5J tat of eigh. F. A. L Moees Y. Beach of the New York Son,_Ic
here. from the of Mexicoby
ibooaud dollar; and the appropriation of a like; daughter being together in that county, were or otherwise swindled out of it, teen months ere wrapped up bandges 14 1847.I now city
cmlfor I a light on St. Joaepb' island on the third brought to bed on the same day, of each a will quietly remove here their Governmentaland like cylindrical wicker baskets, are contrived C.UIP AT JCAX, April way of Tampico and that i a short a

day 91: Maitk eighteen? hundred and thirtv-aeven fj con. In the bustle of the moment both babes other machinery, even a the Syrians of so as to leep the bodies straight without arrived in this camp at 11 o'clock Ju time that news of the capitulation of this

bereyrepeale.lj.c; a light-bouse at Bfloxi, twelve thousand @1. were placed in cradle, and to the confusion old retnored t Carthage, or Duke Williamand interfering ruchwith teir growth. Theyare night, the road from Vera Cruz running for place had been received three dy. beibre hU
.
of the when the youngsters were ta his vassals from Normandy to England ; suspended from pegs wall, or laid the mot part through heavy u. The divi. departure.
mher
IN LOUISIANA. ken ( ,the names were unableto and they will become Europe all that we in any convenient pert of the room, without lion of Gen. \V orb from head .If I can buy, beg or borrow a Lon will

*fP:*bt-bome oa the Boa Fouca,"three thoo- tell rm which ce the moher'. and ,which might have been. The Irish name and na. much nicety, where they exist in great silence wearisome rd, suffered incredibly.The leave for Jalapa at daylight in the mn

1Uar.. t.hoa.. wu th*daughter's wa sea I--* mate.which, of tore will fade from the face of the earth, and and good humor. I hare not heard the cries newt from camp is stirring. An ex. from which place*will endeavor t
at,, on Sosth Chttdtleor.., inland, down from Gsa Twiggs to the forloaftime. CHA.PARAL.d. .
trestliM
sincelcameto8weden. come
-'f. the jsland of
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; .. ,. to pick Gregorio del l CaUej > C pv 6th Reg. Infa9.tr. : .pace u not always rowga and tedj,,,..
KPQ&TANT DTLTLUGENOi;. rough and rocky toad, cut through rugge< daring displayed Jwt shl endeavor : His want of .. the Jjttle .chance o
I defiles and dense is them I shall ali? a full return S from times when it \is fall of pleasure Ju
ebapparal by our troops up. you on Lt. 6th Reg. Infantry. his obtaining power may prcventjiim oterfUwfef
T ANOTHER GLORIOUS VICTORY. now lined with oar wounded. The Rifles, of the killed and wounded if T: can obtainit I I do Brrbidas 2 coming obnoiioai to the j j-saloasies of parties, joyous delights-rich with "ree 'tld

T'i -' Col. Haftkell's Tennessee volunteers, the IsArtillery b at present it is almost irorossible to' get gain for him adherents generally. He Del; times when the most obort. her O I
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BATTLE OF CERRO OORDOEgitaAnnaaga1ndefeatiIinapftched: st01 l a. Salveio Velez, Aid de Camp to Gen. ega and to when 11
kindly
1 ,the 7tb Infantryand Capt'Williams anything. The wounds arc Lt. Mexican Na. may succeed in making a'ea which ever feelings grief and MITO J

company: of Kentucky volunteers, have per long tho road for miles, ,i.lthoh they are Francisco Fernandez, li will be glad ,Jof; but how long power over their victims! ,and when_ tWfctof.fT

haps suffered most. Gen. Shields was ser bringing them in a fast a le. vy. of boy be used as an element political warfare of bitter passion must needs b sealed T
the charge
s1 ;: Battle by Gon Scott-Six Thousand vrtrly, and I am fearful, mortally wounded The army is to advance totards Mexico This above prisoners, under The Legislature of the State of Vera Crnz, time our good citizens enjoyed on up.

.\k Mexicans taken prisoners-Five Eon Gen. Worth's ditbion marched I Capt. Geo. W. Hughes, Corps ofTopographi. said deliberating last and take Wea"
while gallantly leading his brigade to storm immediately. \ Cruz on the sitting at Jalapa, was to ; we more pleasure i
I .44 dred Americans killed and wounded this Gen. Scott is anarch at noon. I cal arrived at era of tion of columns jm
making to
one of tbe encm"s farthest works. Gen. Pillow morning- Engneer to the departure at last accounts upon the propriety oa an ret de
f.:: :, \ Gen. La Vega again a Prisoner. was also wounJed, although slightly Santa Anna's coach is to be hiraessed up for 2Ist of the M'Kira.one hour previous peace, independent of the General Govern the scenes .e witnessed, than i filling ) .

; :. D\ILY HCAYUra OFFICE while storming a fortification on this side the purpose carrying on Gen. Sumner It been loft to their election by Gen. ment. space with any political article.Tbeyonnj t.. '
t '. Friday Evening, April 30-5 >lock. I commanded by Lavg4.. Alt itu.' field ofta better use than it was ever put to before. ba should remain close prisoners The'State of Zacateca has declared itself Misses of Q town,having :
5 : whether d
Scctt they
L of llaskell's regiment wera wounded The officers and men oft ibs Mexican a.myI writes intelligent cor- to enjoy the usnal May frolic, made
J ;-1. ::: By the steamship McKim, Capt Pibbnry c r CoI such to bo in the Castle of San Juan de Illra, or independent us an a te i
< \: which left Vera Cruz on the 20th instant we at same time, save lmselr Of the mean as aro prisoner*-are New Orleans, where they should respondent. menU which were required on the. SI

l.,.1 f hare glorious news from the Army under Rifles, Capt. Mason has I .4 be
.. ; :;en. Scott. Mr. Bugbee, who was sent from has been badly wounded, Lieut. Mc- up arms during the war-perhaps its tie personal require of parents and friends aided in such .a.t.
to
; dition and conduct might seem THE LOBIDIAN.
best that be made them ar ,
c. 1 the scene ,action by Mr. Kendall, with de Lane, slghtly. I hare already mentionedthe disposition coul ir Scott'sforward the commandant of that post. It is understood as were Jsa. Permission was lad to

1. ; patches for this office left the McKim' 20 gillant Maj. Sumner and other ocerswounded as any other course delay Gcn. that ali the foregoing officers have upper rooms of the Capitol, and it was j .
captured i
Fifteen of thpir officers I
''r' miles below the city, and came up to the city yesterday.I Ilo\cmenf. desire to bo transferred to the "LET U. ALONr." resentative Hall that the coronaf km L
.1 have refused but have their expressed a til
which to sign, given pa.
with the glorious tidings. have specified some regiments above --- ---- Much trouble and had been
: express, and that Col. Wilson, Governor care taken to decent
I United States
themselves be role of honor to themselves: without delay MAY 8. 18IT.
SATURDAY
; afternoon of the 17th the advance signalized : happened to ror
On the
/, I i of Vcr Cruz, had acceded to their wishes, this hall, and itv very tastefully doa*.
i. under Gen. Twiggs encountered the enemy, their fortune, in the disposition of tho battle, 1 to Col. Wilson at Ve-a CIa a prisoners -- -- --- -- --- -- erected the n
be held throne
should over
vessel was
V and had directed that: has crowded out several articles Sprake1 desk, .
of"war. La
: hit all soldiers Among these in Gen* Vega n Our Army news
but indecisive conflict ensued. to fall good ternpleasant
when may
a severe upon towards the
: down door.
St' t As the-general orders, which we give below, placets-the most difficult works to and Jarero, tho latter Goretnor of IVrote iJu- : in readiness to si, for their accommodation, and communications prepared for our paper to day. steps leadinj It was ferial
with beautiful
about the 25th April. a exhibiting a most
it Gen. Scott's intentiou to storm-and bravely and without faltering did ring the time the Texan prisoners wero there : o\ur. t1e
that
show give
was of Palo .f/to.-This day the 8th of May.is ta.te in the combination cf the
I t battle only on the 18th, it may be that this they execute the perilous duties assignedthem. and I b 1tHo distinguished for !m- good treat I i Cfcv- In -to-morrow we will give Bat the anniversary of the battle of PAL ALTO. I ers of which it was get. 'vit o b
ho our fo.me. .
either
the Mexi At I o'clock this afternoon General! ment of These oficers will paper Itrl w.to*
engagement was brought on by ( commemorated. We have,
all tie! further accounts of the! battle contained should hue been properly ered with snow-white cloth, and eaea
the 18th whose division has the hardest kept in the Castle: of JU:1 do or I 1i.
The main battleoccurred on J Twig>, been in Sal Uu: "
cans. and
victories
.J, else totlue United: Statc of the of it the :
and resulted in the complete triumph was pursuing flying towards proceed
: enemy in them
Gen. Shields b still aliveliut: : iJ cOl late news from tho city of Mexico. that \ve almost tire doing proper illumina'ed,the lights being 1 !
Pierson who commanded the sjft'dimpossihl dtr\lte.
S ', :; American arms. : Jalapa. : honors. We trust the war will soon be ended, to site the throne very much the
t Anna made his after his forts Plan del Rio asked of Gen. for him to survive.: The bal went Delia, 21. .ppac.
"'Vri Santa escape army nearest From ''t.to (tnt: ,1pril when full justice be done our highly distinguished fairy scene.
.i were routed. Gen. La Vega is among Worth time to consider before he capitulated. through !lungs as he was leading men LATEST FROM &c. \\1
SALTIL.O } ard meritorious Too much cannot be
work of the army. Ey eight o'clock in the evening the hall
.
fartherest
tho l wawith fiBrf
Resides him there five Gen. Worth to storm enemy.I .
I Desirous
.1 :. the prisoners. were to come to terms, give The following ate the positions and movements
I
in their
write tHi amid confusion of all kinds, and sad praise. spectators. Very soon afterwards we
'p' generals taken, and a long list of colonels him fifteen nrinulfs, and he surrendered un- of GCR. Taylor's column, according to S Wt
J knees hundred of and the
that light
.' other A approach footsteps clear
subordinate officers..e below : Had he done the with no 'Ihl for Mexico.* 'oic iHeraM
and More
I H. give a conditionally not so ; (the last advice, as far as we can learn them: Trop
Mexican officers are around! nm lhinq proclaiming that she, to
:- list of such of the officers as arc coming to slaughter! \ouI l have been terrible.I ; "I Oen. Taylor is quartered at Walnut Spring Governor MOELIY recently received a requisition whom all ihonM
i ...:. : ..:. ri.. 'rw.r _... .. i._-. \'..- 01 uz I "rn creat naste, ana hare no time for their paroles, while.our own dead are bemmig near Monterey-Hen. Wool: in command at from the President for a company cf one hundred pay homage,was near by, and wa*being eacott 4 tl

1. : about the 25th. particulars. The names of the killed and wounded carried by and consigned :oti3r! ; 1 luig restia0: Saltillo and Buena Vista-1st Mississippi, 1st men fur the Me\ican War. We learn that the her throne. A slight rustling,a ot goMameru4

.. :' We will give further particulars tomorrow I will .ascertain as soon as possible. think place by the road-si-lf.. I Ohio, 1st Indiana, Bragg's Battery and the requisition 'has been sent to East Florida, where we then came to view, in a procession by pain a t.
morning in our regular edition. that the hundred] will cover our entire I shill! Mai t on fur Jalapa this afternoon, of most lovely little girls. Twas a
loss'j I send squadron of Dragoons, the latter now com understand. Ca]>t. Ryan has long sinre reported a refreshing figj! ,
Had it not been for tho positive and will write l by cHryopportunity.: a beautiful !-a sight to gladden the heart
I mande'I Col. in readiness sigh ,fij
I .* by Fauntleroy, at Monterey.2dand company on a requisition from the Secretary
PLAN DEL Rio April 17-11 A. M. Santa Anna and Canalizo: who ran, before i some Mexican papers, us also Santa nna's to purify its all
Jai They
: 3d Ohio, ht and 2d Illinois, 2d and 3d In. of War,through the Governor Welrust Florida emotions were pretrj.-
The division of Gen. Twig-gs started t.oI the battle-at least in I rave men's hinds : last 'r..tion. I i is rich. Sweet the flowers bore
I I' : : : pfc liana, 2 1 Arkansas Cavalry, S'ash.ington's will promptly furnish her quota with the other a they they could b
h
v. K.
I I hours since, and a heavy cannonade has already -I was half, lost i would Lave been far greater. G.; .Kentuck. '. fill every bosom present with the incense of
: Battery, at Buena States for the Should purtiflove.
another
t- P. S. I have learned tat: them i is :1tery war. company of-
from the far b
commenced his line jjst
No estimate the loss
of .
I upon on\ :\present, can Vista Prentiss' at S'altillo-Kentuc. fcrcd Separating a they came in,[they
I for CJei : lJeId God; i h c IatlrJ' we doubt not it will b promptly received. for I
therest of the Mexican works. At intervals ho xic\s-th"r l : arc scattered on the some hopes ? grant aisle through which the Queen and her
the line between
his ky Cavalry ( on Ca. Now is first
a rate opportunity for our citizens to distinguish : Maa
o too, the rattling of small arms can be in the rosds, every where. nay live. I I Honor were to to the throne. It
and pass wasdooeia
,' heard distinctly from the Dragoon camp, I Whit disposition Gen. Scott is to make of tol Halccr, who.Cxnrfced; en h'.t 1 tint t, lo., tn.irgo Monterey-1st Kentucky one-ha themselves. Men are wanted,and that im excellent orderand so was
mouth of Rio and the
< f where I am writing this. I am going out, the is unknown. Ho forty-five men in killed and wounded r:>lt.f t Imly at Grndt balance on mediately in Mexico, to enable both Tajlcr :and impres every onewi
prisoners set of the that
yet may iheir inarch the beauty scene, a general
return and 2d MissisMppi i wbispnof
with Cols. Duncan and Bohlan and a portion of liis r Lieu'. Coxvanlin! -Virginia Sot to carry out their plans efficiently. Will FIoridians .
I
.4' .. all at on their from the ( jrnt. the
liberty admiration
tllt1 paroles ; their march from passed throughout Very
C:1ilt.1 on to Montorey hesitate haL MOB
to contribute
Camargo their
mortally services?
: be We
Pemberton, to the seat of action, and! difficulty of feeding them, and to accellerate killed ; li"ut. Mtirphj supposed to the of crowning took
North place,
Carolina at Camargo-Massachusetts think ceremony accompanied -
turn here at night to the of j woua; e hisoi: in thc the two companies should be filled up inttanter.
report progress I his own advance mo"emcnls."c shall hear I ; Lilt..1 woulllc. :Malamoras. by a neat and appropriate ,
t the fight It was not intended, I believe, t| by to-morrow. I wish ho could send the officers placs and thigh afnputated ; Icut! ?. Scott, Our wounJed at Besides there is opportunity for regular enlist. : Then began the attendants to speech manifest} wel.sbl their

; that Gen. Twiggs should open the fight to. at least to the United States, for there isa Froman and Malihy, wounded. c;. v*. K. men aro doing well. In one rocnt in this. city under Lieut. Hayward. Ho, for 1m
no of going.by pairs, beginning at the end
hospital, which Dr. Ilerrick had charge age EM
Mexico, who will not ? oft.
action
day at least to bring on a general go
: line string of them.It .
:
and it is therefore presumable the Mexicans The following general ores were i:tell out ofcighty wounded men ofthc Illinois regiment i fartherest from the throne through the aisle, tod
is now impossible to name officers who battle not more than three four died the The Battle of Ccrro Gordo. each, when arrived immediately before the Queta,
.'. have commenced upon him. I write in great have h y Gen. Scot the evening before the ; or -
distinguished themselves. I cannot (1 rcrmimler With almost issue of cur of late and
the ISlh were fast ron\lc every paper weS making an appropriate speech obeisance. Thk
:
haste. G. w. K. cng.
I I however omit tu mention Cols. Ilarncy Riley General qtiit-tu-b prevailed ; people of have announced some signal triumph of our arm in was varied thrice by pretty songs, instead cf specck.
S I )
.
HEAD :S or TICIm\,
3, P. M.-I hive just returned from the and Childs, of the regulars : Cols. Baker Plan Qu.\nlJj Hi7. $ Saltillo and Monterey had returned to their Mexico. There-la rind \hung to bear us tidings es, which were so sweetly! sting that the spectator
Forman and lla kcll, of the volunteers, c HpriI7 business and seeux-d satisfied ot disaster-all Rood and could withold their Each
scene conflict, and a bloody one it has been, with the pow. ii glorious. Victory, after not applause. one.thnragfc.
I. considering; the number engaged. A hill as every body is talking of them.I Gcnerl Ord'r*, .Yl.: 111. ers that Lc, if they could! Lit feel assured l of victory, i is won, until would seem that the infatuated out this:whole ceremony did her part well. Wlea

\ this side of thd farthest Mexican work, and I write this in great haste, ant with noise, The enemy's: whole! line cntrcnchmen::,> their conlintnnce.; They, had heard: in Mon Mexicans can no longer hope check our pro- this was ended, her Majesty, in perfect

4 confusion and every thing else around me.- and batteries will l-c attacked in front, at t of Santa Anna's arrival in Mexico and re-is, and they unsubdued and with comp
:r on which there was no one seen last evening, \ ant torcy : e are and the victories true oueenly dignity, rose addrm
was found occupied by the enemy's lightS I You cannot: appreciate tha tictory. To de- he same t time turned, early in thrj day to-tnor. tho e who af ctetlo know morn of his move are beckoning us on. They rise up from the her !subjects. Her speech was a poetic prUcil

troops this morning, and to force it was at scribe the ground and fortifications ofthc enemy I row-probably befora 10 oVIock! .\. M. merits than neighbors, would wink, and deepest ten rses, and a;ain threaten cur armies with prettily compsed.and contain ing most ncelleltand
the difficulty of turning thciroutcr works, The second (l'wgg3'! : ) division of regulars I that wouM be dire This has heretofore .
.' once deemed indispensable. For this pur- say ther no more fighting.fjen. revenue. been their con fit : delivered it in good taste,el-
: poe, the Rifles under Major Sumner, besides and the toil and peril undergone Lj thetrocpsxvere already advanced within :!y turning dis.S Taylor was pushing up supplies' from duct. When Santa Anna was supposed to be ruined ly, and with admirable emphasis. Altogether, mba

detachments of artillery and infantry, were impossible.No I tnt\towards the rnmJrI left. That division I Camargo to Saltillo with all rapidity: and with by hi* defeat at Buena Vista, he was marching in affected and all those around her, performed their part excellently

S ordered to charge up the rugged ascent time to say another word. I send this hiss instructions to "" : ht'foroy..S a view to a forward: movement upon San Luis. triumph to the City Mexico. When againwe well. We have never seen a. CAroaatioa

This they did in gallant style, driving the off by an express. I is Gen. Scott's intention I light! to-morrow, and take up position acro I Mea will he only wanting forthat purpose. hear that he is engaged in suppressing ciiil dissentient more beautifully got up or mere beautifully per.
S .5 I know, to push on towards the city of the Xatit.nal Road in the enemy's rear, so ato I The volunteers
Mexicans, after a resistance which may be put arc returning towards the of a very grave character, and while still formed.
down as most obstinate. Great numbers of Mexico with all haste. To-morrW I will cut off a retreat towards Xaltpa. It may S mouth ofth, Rio Grande as their terms of service under the impression that these internal strifes will This ceremony ended, and the buzz approbation

: the enemy were killed, wbile on our side the write more fully, and send by Gen, Scott's 1,0 reinforced to-day, if unexpectedly attacked I are expiring. The right wing of the Ken. require his constant presence, and will prevent his and pleasure having somewhat subsided, the bop

loss also Sumner express. in force, by regiments-one or two taken from I tucky Legion had reached the Brazos and
was severe. Major was gathering a sufficient army to meet our forces the presented themselves and claimed that they shcnld
S : shot in the head by a musket ball-severely Yours, o. w. K. Shields' brigade of volunteers. If not, the was awaiting there the arrival of the other impression i is: hardly fixed in our minds before our have a share in the further enjoyments of the tru

t S but not mortally ; Lieuts. Maury and Gibbs, CAMP PLAN Rio two volunteer regiments will march for that wing, prior to Bailing for this port.Ve learn ears are stunned with, the din of a hard-fought battle ing. Each got a partner and music having been

..' ..5 of the Rifles were also wounded, but not severely AT 19 Forenoon.DEL iiirpose at daylight to.morrow morning, under that none of the volunteers scarcely arc re- between liznand General Scott. And thus has goneon provided, they commenced to tip the light fantastic
also Lieut Jams of the 2d Infantry April S Jrig. Gen. Shields, who will report to Brig.Gen. enlisting.As .
as was the defeat "
war after defeat urging upon the toe, which they kept up through the evening.
: could learn that of The rout of the Mexicans last evening was Twig on ; up with him, or tbegeneral.in.chie. informants -
I not officers getting our Camar.
our near
Mexicans
any approacbec in tones of thunder, the hopelessness of This too, presented a pleasant scene. To see the
;' 1 killed. The total-complete. They were pursued within if he be in advance. met train
: were entire loss on ourS go a Monterey. One
they their while innocent
bund cause themselves did
remain creatures
jet they deaf to enjoying as they ,
.. .: side, in killed and wounded, is estimated at four miles Jalapa by Gen. Twig, at which remaining regiments of that volunteer! of volunteers in guard of it had been lassoed for an honorable every appeal could not but however
peace. give pleasure. They wets ,
point there was none to follow. Santa will receive instructions in the course
: about one hundred ; but from the nature of \nna brigade and inhumanly murdered by two Mexi The
which
victory General for time cf excellent
Scott has just won at interrupted a to partake a most
: the ground-broken, covered with brush and himself instead entomhing himself as he of this day. cans. The assassins were arrested, iJntitiedand
thick chaparal, and extremely uneven-it is threatened, escaped by cutting the saddle mule The first division regulars (Worth's) will shot. In coming down from Cerro Gordo,presents another stirring chapter in the supper, which had been liberally provided for them
summariy history ol this war. Our readers will find and their spectators. Of course, they had the priii-
of his team from the harness of his bllow the movement the enemy's an account
against
:
to tell with Nor can I magnificent lef Brazos the with
impossible
accuracy. Monterey} party Major
of in other columns of this of the first table, and did it.
which will lege richly they enjoy
evach him and then i paper fill;
mounting taking to at to-morrow morning.As
: at this time, give even the names of the officers sUlri Colquitt and Dr. Ilerrick encountered ncithe
them with pride that they American The older not let the evening
11 who were immediately: engaged. tho chapnat liHen'ice of massive silver, aJre.l.arnglt Brigadier General Pil difficulty! nor fh truction. They say, II the are citizens.- "youngfolks"did
Santa Anna, thinking to the without fun cf their Th
S About 3 o'clock the enemy made a demonstration nearly al ti papers, h5 money)" every thing low's wi at 0 o'clock: tomorov way, that Gen. Davis is recovering from)the avenge blow which pass some own making.
from the fort on the neighboring in his carriage, even his diner, was captured. morning; along the route he has carefully efFects of hi* xvound. .OLD RoroH AAD REVDY" inflicted upon him, gatherctl music waked a spirit of dancing, and they formed

'I t. : height to the one our men had captured, as if-:, I ha\o: a capital story to tell about this reconnoitered, ant stand! ready as scon as lr; We make up l from the Flag the following up his strength and placed himself befcre another numerous sets, which, having got in motion,did Kt

with the intention of retaking it ; but it all : dinner; \\hen I Lave a mornsiit: to spare. hears the repot of arms 0:our: light, or soonc/, items : of our Generals, who had not yet been weI cease till two or three o'clock. Our eye however,

ended in marching down the hill, blowing a I The M'.'xic.n loss upon the heights was awfulthe if circumstances should fixer him-to I.rcp! Iolmcm'TIe: sum of fifteen hundred dollars I tied in open combat ith the Mexicans. He though was not so much upon them as upon the "1it.ta

:. S. most terrific charge on their trumpets, firing ground in' places! is coveredita the the enemy's line ot" latteries at such poitI was abstracted by some scoundrel from that Ta>Ior only was invincible,and that Scott mih ones," and we leave them without further remark. .'

S a few shots,and then retiring. Their appearance I dead! Among the bodies fund was that of I nearer the river the btU-r-as he may se. djp money box of the subsistence departmentin be beaten. But great wa his mistake. Nctwith The thanks of all who were present are doe to

1 .t, as they came down the slope, was certainly -! Gen.; \'a'.iiier.! and l near him was Col Pala- lect. Once in t the! rear of that lnl ho will] thb place, on Friday night last. standing the strength of his position, and its advan- those who prepared the children for their exercises

S.- most imposing. The cannon on the j cio, motalyolI1td.! Their loss rcJ turn to tho right or left, or Loth, the L. Stanton, North Carolina! regiment came tage over Scctt's, he was driven in haste and confusion the hall for their reception, and the bounteous sapper -
I treat batteries in if abandoned, he will from the field, and a portion of his for all who were present. The pleasure demrf
height meanwhile kept up a continuous fire J' was terribly severe-every by-path is rc'erC or own the river on Friday last in charge of a large army
upon Gen. Twiggs' lines, yet doing little execution strewn \vih: the lt(ad. Had dragoons been I pursue the enemy with \igor until (urthe or- number of sick volunteers, belonging to his taken prisoners.We from witnessing the ceremony makes this acknowledgment -

.I.! other than cutting down the trees and enabled! to reach them in season, all would I ders. regiment. On(the passage down, two of them do not,however,award the entire glory of this proper.Connection .

'. brush. As we returned to camp, the fire still i j have l been kid or captured-Santa Anna Wall's field battery)and the cavalry will be died, %iz : George Vu'. Barnes, 1st sergeant, ,' splendid victory to General Scott. Generals Twicgs. of the Atlantic and Pacific-Mr.

:: continued-the enemy had evidently ascertained -j among them. with his noted lan held in reserve on National Road, a little company A; J. J. F. Stokes, 3d corporal, com Shields:, Worth and Pillow, besides numerous infe- Dallas Letter. ""

: the position of the road, which had just cer, had the prudence to vamos early. out of view and range of the enemy's batteries.They pany E.The riot officers, who did such gallant feats 3 will never It seems to understood that Government if

S :: been cut, with accuracy, but their balls prin- I Kvcn. up to this time it is impossible to give will take up that position at !o'clock in body of Wm. C. Gladman, a free mulatto b forgot, having acted very conspicuously in this gravely considering the question with our regard to the

cipally went over. anything like a f l or correct list of our woun. the morning. who owns a barber's shop in Galveston, engagement, they had the opportunity to add fresh
connection
of the Atlantic
and Pacific Oceans by a
Gen. Shields, at 3 o'clock, was ordered outS dc officers-it is surprising that many of them The enemy's batteries being carried or abandoned but who had been in Matamoras fir some time laurels to their fame, and they are entitled to high Canal of
S Railway the southern
I or across portion
to support Gen. Twiggs, with three regiments were not hilled. Lieut. Derby, a gallan' all our divisions and corps will pur. was discovered floating / the lake back of distinction among the heroes of the day. So, also, l\Ie ico. This connection has been desired by

-'. of volunteers-two from Illinois under Cols. young officer of the topographical engineers, sue with vigor. our It bore the marks violence, and the soldiers must not be while bestowing long
otLC. o'erloke
):' Baker and Barnett. They will have warm I was badly but not mortally wounded, whiln This pursuit may he continued many miles, as f, wes known to have a considerable sum our praise. In thp fuller accounts: which we expect the commelc al world. At various times, different

.' e- 8 work to-morrow, if the Mexicans stand up as I, storming one of the heights. Lieut. IIweII, until stopped by darkness or fuitified positions of money in his possession, it i is supposed avarice to publish from time to time we hope to do justice plans and routes have been suggested; among whicha

< they did t Hlat t of the rifles, is supposed lobe mortally wound. towards Xiilapi.; Consequently, the body of prompted the deed. and proper honor to all are entitled to special Canal across the isthmus of Panama has been, of

5' There has been hot a little skirmishing today ed. This regiment has sufiercd terriWv. Lt. the army will not return to this encampment ; MOaIOLEN(5.A Mexican was horribly mention. \b late years,most talked of. It appears,however,that

: between the forage and beef parties,sent Dana, of the 7th Infantry, was badly wounded; but be followed to-rnorro\v afernoon, or early: mangled by cuts with a knife, in a fight Again then, is Santa Anna thrown upon his coun. the route across the isthmus of Tehuantepec is now

.t out in the rear, and the ranchcros. One) Illinois Capt. Paten, of the 2d, slightly. Lieut. Da. the next morning by the baggage trains of th-:. near the Plaza, on :Monday night! last. The try without resources, so far as we know of men or considered the most practicable; and the Vice Fre-
killed and of the vis, of the rifles, was badly wounded in several For this the feebler iJent Mr. DALJUA, has lately written ai interesting
man: was one same regiment very corps. purpose, unfortunate man is not expected to live. On money. What he able to do now, cannct be
; and a Tennesseean wounded. I could the Lip. Maj. Sumner of the :?Dragoons, officers and meu'of each corps will be left to Tuesday night, as we have been informed, another onjecfured. Possibly\i he b may raise an to letter, to show its adnnt ?.. The letter is an instructive

not learn their names. but commanding: Hflts is improving. guard its camp and efil-cts, and to load up the was shot at a fandango, and it is thought sit i t the taking of the Capital ; but we cannot army .ccn-re- one on this subject; and, as Le write it

To-morrow the grand attack, both upon the The list of wounded officers in latter in the wagons' of thin corps. A com- I .will not survive the how he could otfer, resistance understanding that our Government in negotiating

S. front and rear of the enemy, is to be made. Col. Ilavkell's command yesterday I Lave been mander of the present encampment will be Gen. Gushing orders that all houses or other (pose rTe too, that Scott hasten on soner.Ve to that sup. final settlement with Mexico, will endeavor to got

'f... : Gen. Worth is to move at sunrise, and little able to obtain. I should here be stated that designated in the course of this ..by.s places of gambling, of whatever name or that any force which wil can be will have city to, so such right and command over this isthmus as will

:- peace will the Mexicans have for one ttrcnty- Capt. Williams's company of Kentucky and .\ soon as it shall be known that the en. nature, or for public dancing be closed, and collected at short notice, and rid b enable it to take this great work in hand we cannot

.' : four hours at least Capt. Charles Xaylor' company of Penn ylrania emy's works have been carried!, or that the hat ail sale or traffic in distilled spirits is pro.hibited for war. Under these circumstances probably undisciplined do better than extract its principal facts for the bell-

5"S' If possible, I shall report and send off the volunteer were attached temporarily to I general pursuit has been commenced, one under n severe penalty for the viola- will be no more bloodshed. trust there fit of our readers.

.\;': progress of the conflict, although one has lit. this regiment. Here is the list: wagon for each regiment and one for the cavalry tion of either order. i den march the city it If can", by a quick taken and sud- This route commences at the mcuth of the rise

.\;: :e -S. tie time! or convenience in the chapparal forwriting. Killed-1st Lt. F. H. Xelson, commanding will follow tho movement, to receive, un- When a part of the Kentucky Legion arrived strenuous battle upon, we hope it b done without luasacnalco, which empties into the southern leO"
2d Lt. C. C. Jijj E.- derthedirectionsof medical officers tho may b ; but, at tion of the Gulf Mexico "
c. w. K. comrny company woun. at Matamoras, on their return march, the same time, we are not altogether satisfied ; thence it takes a*oot
th.t
S officers were from Mcrnphi.1VoundedLieut. *. ded and disabled, who wi, be brought backto the Massachusetts and era and western direction to the town of Tarifa
H regiment paraded
; received Scott will think it best to his
; CAMP F.APLAX DEL Rio ) Col. D. II. Cumining, this place for treatment in general hospi. them'with: due military etiquette. Col. pursue advantage s whe,. a Canal or Railway will begin. The Canal
16 4 o'clock P. fII.tj fa without a junction with Taylor, or additional "
., April J slightly; Maj. bluer Farquharson, (of the 1st (tal. Pushing addressed them in his usual eloquent Railway wilt extend to the western lakes which
; The American arms have achieved anoth. Texas this General nil this im- forces. He may se that i will only be to cut him- there furnish direct ,
volunteers assigned to regiment The Surgeon organize style, with a few appropriate and complimentary elf off a highway to the river.tb,city
from his
4 S er glorious and most brilliant victory. Out. for tho day) severly 1st Lt. Wiley P. Iluile, portant service and designite that hospital, as remarks.very The fine dress and own resources, to be surrounded by and the Gulf of Tehuantepec, the Pacific. Tk

:: :.'... numbering Gen. Scott's force materially, and adjutant, ; Lt. Wm. Yearwo well a the medical officeri to bo left at it. neat and clean of the Mas.generally I hOlts of enraged enemies. We have every confidence width of the isthmus here is about one Inquiredto4

.f occupying positions which looked impregna. moraln 2d Lt. James Forrest, st ; capt. Everymanho marcles out to attack or sachiretts men, contrasted appearance with the that he will pursue that course most for his own and hirty-tiva miles. The river Bocabarra connects tbe

S ,: LIe as Gibraltar one after another of their I. Murra severely; 2d George T. pursue tho enemy, will lake the usual allow scarred and sun-burnt faces,strongly the4 lack, blue his country's interest and glory. S far, his gener lakes with the Pacific. The distance from T .

4 S q works have been taken to-day, five generals, volunteers, severely.The .- ance of am unit ion, and biibtisicticc! for at least red, and tri-colored shirts, and col., Iship has been masterly and successful, and we have the point whence the Canal or Railway will start

--l,. cols enough to command ten such armies as regiment when in action numbered leIs two das. ored pants of the boys then returning a many from the no fear but it will continue to be so. He has to from the east to the noca rn. i is about thirty-seres

$ i. ours, A; other officer innumerable, hare been than 400 men, and its loss was 79 in killed By command ol Maj. Clec. ScottJ1.L.sco.rr : bloody field of Buena Vista, but when the much at stake to risk a blunder now. miles. On this side of the isthmus, a bar at the

i : taken prisoners, together with 6000 men, and I and wounded. .\.A. A. General. urnn moved, and they came to handle their co Whatever may b the prejudice of politicians in mouth of the Huasacuako and one or two slight obstructions -
"S : the test of their army driven and routed with La Vega was in command: of the Cerro then "Old Kentuck" regard to this war, no true-hearted citizen cf our obstacles t to
arms, shone out as higher up present the only
;', the loss of every thing, ammunition, cannon, Gordo on thin first day of the fight, but a deserter PRISON IKS. picuously as did their new acquaintances con.a Union, can restrain the exhiliration of his joy and navigation. Oa the ether side the bar,at the mouthof

S baggage train, alL Nothing but the impossibility from our dragoons, a German, going into List of Mexican Officers ?ap'ured at CfrroGorda few minutes before. ride, whilecontemplates] the great achievements the Bocabarra, is the chief obstacle; and th* '

', Ik finding a road for the dragoons to the their camp at night, and informing them on iJie 18/A tcho were gircn which bar distinguished his countrymen in its pro obstacles may be removed without any very great 1.

i I rear of tho enemy's works saved any part of that the main attack was to be on the right of their parole of Apr report TiE CHANCES 0' PE'CE ecution. This last battle will be cause of still high- bor or expense. ,

'.$ Santa Anna's grand army. including his own their line, tho work so fiercely attacked by delay to Il./or C01lamwn t tcmcrestilt of We saw I private letter from a very intel. er gratification. Beyond doubt,it is now established Mr.Dallas gives a full topographical account of J

; S illustrious prn>on.. Gen. Pillow, he changed places with General m rCa7focesat Vera Cruz as igent officer at Vera Cruz, dated the 10th hat our people are get in war a'\tl a in peace. the route, obtained from a publication of Gajetafl.

; Among tho prisoners is our old friend La Vasquez. The latter, a I have already btat. war: prones o nst., in which he says that several of the Republican liberty fts them fo every duty which Mora, Elide in lbJ4, after a scientific exphxatMfl.

.:a Vega, who fought.with his accustomed gal- cd, was killed-La Vega defended his post until Jose Ma Jarero Brigadier General.Romolo States of the Mexican confederacy have de. the interest or honor of their blo'e country may which gives, he says, the latest and most avtha. l

'. lint r)'. Tho other generals are Jose Maria the lines of the enemy were completelyturned. de I la Vega, Brigadier General.P nounced the war with the United States, and impose. Let u hop that this (.c being established, information on the subject. It would take too m"e'W'.

: I Jareno Luis Pinion, Manuel Uoriaga, and Se"eraIMfdcan colonels have been Ruiz y Barrando, Captain Mexican Navy,, threatened to secede unless peace should! be it will correct many errors which prevail in the of our space to follow him in his instructive deta&i 1
p Joio Obando. The names of the colonels I I.t killed, but their names I have been unable to made. Mexicans worM respecting us. I
commanding Many
predicted peace but suffice it to his ho* :
ariery. that statement
I |
.t; hare cot been able to gather. Nothing saved learu. A brother of Gen. 1.3 Vega, a colonel Vicente Arguellea, Captain \rtier. within sixty days, but our correspondent puts Whether thl. victory wi I conquer a peace" is route to be practicable say and"that the cemmnnkati*

: S Santa Anna but the want'of diagoons on artillery, ,.a severely, and, as is supposed, Jose Ma Mata, Captain.Jose ltle faith in auguries s favorable. lie thinks Ie to be seen. I it dos not, and the taking otbe can be opened without unreasonable expenditure J

;. I the other srdo of'their lines. As it is, his mortally wounded. Ma Gallegos, commtnding Grcna. great difficulty in tho way of a peace is City does not, it will puzzle the wisest and blighted labor or money."

; travelling coach' together with all his papers, Hundreds of cases of individual gallantry, in diers.' tbe fact that Santa Anna is 1 nearly crushed to see the end of the war. Let u* hope that The objects for our acquiring the command 01

'S 3 valuables, and evetf his wooden-Itg, hare fallen storming the different heights, are Mariano Camacho, 1st Lt. Artillery. that ho dar not make a treaty. Nor does Mexico[ wi now smother her passion, and propose route says Mr. DALLAS "an, a speedy IOW :.

i4' into our bands together with all the money Col. Childs led on his command on the first Bartobme Amable, 2d Lt. Artillery. therl appear to be any one else in Mexico a peace. ation between this country and the western CO9"

'S : of his army. No one anticipated, whenthey'arose day until he had only seine forty or fifty men Joe R. Cobarubiar, 2d Lt Artillery. strong enough to incur the great lesponsibili.y. At 1 o'clock, P. M., on Thursday, the news of(the of North and South America especially tr., *

I : (rum their bard b ouack this morn- with him. I is also said that Capt. Magru. Jose do Lastor Bras y Seller, LU Col. Bat. None of the old politicians will venture battle was communicated to th surrounding coon- Territories of Oregon and'California; u easf1*

4: 1 r1 j! Joir such a complete victory. drr flowN a charge until he had but nine talon de la Libertad. upon the step. Our correspondent adds :- try from th Capitol Square io,this city, by a discharge quick access to China,1h groupe of ti*So'tl|&
3 ,_ Tb loss oo both sides hss been heavy I cannot now recollect one. Nunez 6th U Some man now unknown fame ** *"
aJier le Jo Captain Reg. Infantry. to with no of nnaon by Capt. WCINKC:* Atfllerj Comany. Archipelago the Sandwich !..Bww *

!, ho* could it have been otherwise ? The part the iaitances of almost reckless Jose Ma Moreno, Cap. 6th Reg. Infantry thing to lose, and every thipg to gain,..may a. menti, and even, before long \ hoPt,.(. te5Ptu4


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yon got B cup of coffee for me, just to quench lowing: S ; 3J acres
of our my thirst?" DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS A of land, of which there are cleared, and JUST received Brif Ova. Wilson, consisting; et
TONIC AND RESTORATIVE of 700 in alt Tmn "CT rf fabr'ct** DCCSU5BO5Ji(5
upwards now in cotton and
that "Not a d drop, Watson," sai the Ama. Designed for, and will cvl. Liver This Plantation is culintio the most desirable com Ribbon.ud Flowert of all vasicties

ac- zon .the camp, sternly. "So you, Complant. Piles; Srula D.pia kin- part of the State being within two miles and a half &7TegeShwL, aDd ScneA .

1 ev- yo diminutive cr ar who"e heart has got disas resulting a disordered stomach or of Montierllo, the (county site wh there is a P SUn full-.ortmnl er Ho H".Cloves MSUI ..,.
the the that Gen. Taylorhas impure stale 0 ,,, Office, varions Churches ., and Shate Paruolef.Fan.
shaking
age-y say DR. HULL'S WORM twenty-five miles of Tallahassee, the capitol of the AI.o.Men and Ba,.'Panar".. lAsrhon, aai hI.
; being retreated The safest,most effectual,ad JZE'GE. State. It is well watered throughout abovndmg ia lea lists.and a full a.ort8'eot of SlImlnu Clashing_
better "Oh I saw it," said the little man, "saw it ATTENTION! before the public, for the eradication of Worms in springs of the finest water and is remarkable even for sale cheap for cash by lilt' subscribers. cora r I

re- with my two eyes." children or adults.HULL'S. in this healthy neighborhood for iU uninterruptedhealth. Monroe and Jelfel'llOQ streets. act a' th.w Stoic fa

this "It's a no-such thing," said the Great "TJURSUANT to order of Samuel Spcer.Colonel COUGH LOZE"GE. On it there is a very goo JL comanding l"t Regiment Forida Drpoon.yo Will KCVEXT CrRI all cases with piazza all around, containing eight foe rooms L. L, H. GREEN EBG CO.
of*c- Western, emphatically.; "Gen. Taylor notified to of Asthma, April 3. 1941. ,,3'
ne\e are hereby appear your \ Cold. Spitting of Blood, Pin in the besides servants apartments. Kitchen Store Room
retreats-the American Army never retreats: rendezvous on 7hur n. ''h instant; at 10 o'clock, : of Breath and all other ulmonary Smoke House, Bath Home Spring House for Milk! -

$ Uh all it never has since I joined it-nor ever bcfor? A. M., completely armed and equipped, for inspec I Comrlainls. .Also, .(.'.,all in good order and repair. The Negro Quarters Ice- OUBe. .

ad to my knowledge] ; so clear out, lOU skunk tion. Iy! order of DR. HULLS FEVER AND AGUE TILLS ,Overseer's House,Gin House,Plantation Stables. THE I .HlUee will be opened every moraine
I'll what L. A. THOMPSON, Capt. Comd'g.F. Well ko\, a a safe, certain: and effectual cure Fences &c. are also in good order and capable of accommodating ,'. excepted) from 0 to 6? "ck. where
' and you, or give you you did not wait long II. FLAGG, 1st &rg ant. for Fever and A.4t. ChilI and Fever, Intermittentand one hundred negroes. There i i. also a ire can be had at 4 cent, per pownd and at J. R,

one is enough for the Mexicans to give you !" And May 8, lt>.47. 42PROPOSAS all other Fevers. PriC reduced to Seventy-Jice small but unfailing water power tin which there is a 'ortane'a store,after that hour, at 5 tent per Ih, .

all her she brandished an old sword, which she 'entsper B/, Grist Mill now in operation.To Tickets are issued and sold it bit store fee 6 Ib.*.
For of recommendation and other in- this will be sold ol ice.Neb.
h. had converted into carving knife, over the ctiicate a good purchaser property
head of the : earning the air of United States concerniag the above Meicinu. see future low as the owner is about to remove. Possession' N. R. The Ice-Home will be openeu eve,. Satur
little from which he off FOR
? man, ran the 1st September, IS-;. to the 3Oth of advertisements, also pamphlets may b obtained given on the 1st January next, at which time will day eveninjr at 64 J o' lot't(, for the "nia,btion of
l to still faster than he ran from Buena Vista. June, 1851, inclusive, in the Sttt of Florida,will be of the Agents. also be disposed of, if desired by the person buying those wiahmir it M the Sabbalh. It keept well m -
; day This scene wan not well over when news received at the Contract Ofiics of the IW Office Department _:Mav! S. 1 '47. 42 2t a lot of com and part of the stock now on the place. a blanket and the loss over nght i* very little, / A
ft'i arrived of the death of Capt. Lincoln. On in the City of Washmstrn, until t t A. M. Those wishing to purchase would do well to examine April 24. 1S47. 40 .
bearing it the knife fell from her hand of the 15th of July:117, (to be decided '.>y the let the land while the present crop is growing.
large
in all of Auust.) on the routes, and in the manner and : For terms, apply to T. BRATTY who resides on ..Notice.A .
if our -she ftl herself to a chair and wept likea time herein specified, 'iz. : the. Plantation. and will be happy to show it. LLpersonindebted J'
to the estate of< V
FLORIDA. The Montgomery Flar & Advertiser Colara- i James Lynch
it deceased
late 01
"You the well did >nsTimeSavannahRepublicanChariest ton Courier i Marion County Florida
knew Captain you not, 3333-From by Brandy Branch to hereby notified ta make are
3.ii. citi Jackonvile. Columbia South Carolinian and Richmond Enquirer payment to the subscriber,
Mrs. Bourdette ? said a person present. Alligator 70 mile once a week. and all those hatinar demands
will aeainst
ow n copy once a month till 1st January, and send lid alate.
"Knew him!" said she, wiping the big tears Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at 8 a. m.. GREAT ARRIVAL bills to !this Office and send one copy of each paperContaining will present them to the seine duly attested within f .

( from her bronzed face with her greasy apron- arrive at Alligator net day by ;p. m. 30 Bushels, or 2. ,OOO Roe of it to T. BEATTY. the time required by law. or they will be baned of
;in its Leave Alligator every Friday S a. m., arrive atJai'konville NIEL FERGUSOX.dm'r.
reCrrC7ir.- .
"Knew him! I didn't know one else. It Monticello, Florida.
he* enlisted any in Jefferson next day by :p. m. I Dr. Gordon's Family Tills May I, JS.I1. 41 (tf Paver Canton Co., April 21, 1537. 40 2m I
a.he was me si years ago, 33t-Frol Key West, by Miami River, Indian
Barracks, shortly my frt hnsband joinedthe Ri'.fr Mosquito Inlet to Charleston, ;')1> miles THE;: vast am! increasing!demand for (this new and Bar and Billiard Room. Groceries. -
and lived and bark, once a month. (llebre medicine, and the numerous A FULL assortment
news regiment- we together, just received and for sale
r Leave Key West from the tCth to the 20th of each cures thc ae d.l, eflecing, in all portions of the MONTICELLO FLORIDA. -" L. II. by
that he has eat at table cvcrfeince. Ah : GREENBERG 4 CO.
; in is my month arrive a Charleston with all practicable des-" countyhtre they have been introduce!, of Dyse THE undcrsined respectfully informs his friends _April 3. 15t1. 37 : ,
; there was no runaway in him. But, poor dear pa'ch. > ,>sia. I.i\r Complaints, and Lillious Di ea.tsithtlietr the public that he hu opened a BAR AND i
and man I must go and see to him this very night, Leave Charleston on the lit of each month,arrive \\ : well known attendant, Sick Ilad311le. BILLIARD ROOM in Monticello. on the West side Boots Shoes, and Leather 2

Ift lest them rascally strip him, at Key West with all practicable despatch.Proposals &.(,has induce the underpinned to m.Jt arrangements of the public square, for their accommodation, and N hand and made to order V '
clear and not knowing him rar I shoul not him to run from Key Wc!t, bj InJian: Key to rptI'(hi.stock direct from th.pir'prelc.r, ttiliiitaihcu( uadonngv. ". KH-MARD TABLE i i. O before offered in this cilrCali cheaper than ever N s.
Int. and give and Ke'' Largo to Miami River bv water, and thence and would !av to their numerouscn.lcrr.erthat I they I one ot the mestapprovcdpatternarid 'u in excellent we will .aulrl :<*> th.. I.,.,nr and see. and I II f ,
: decent burial. by lainl and water via Jupiter Inlet, Indian River, are prepared to supply them wholesale: and reUil. at order. His BAR i is stored with the best nines Li- cheapest. The attention of Planters uw.ur is t.rot.invited m tk. f ,

Glou Off she went to the blood-stained Iat.feld.! MiHij'iito Inlet and Smyrna to St. AuguStine, wi be New Yoik puce quoTe and Cigars ; also a variety of CONFEC verY superior article of Negro Shoes A* to a f

"- sought among the dead and dying considrf. also for portions of said route to pe- THOMAS M. TURNER, Savannah.A I TIONARY. His rooms will be opened at all hours made ol the best mateiial. and warranted one dollar ;

r; out the of the brave Captain, whjch she cilit in larc"stork of these excellent Pills ju-.t received, day and evening; and Ly strict attention to business Prices for other kind of work will be f-mnd not to to cor'respond. rip 1 s
atIt 1 ; corpse ri3JFrom Milton to Sparta, Co miles and back, and (fey ".,!le" at li.:cents per box. with full directions, i i iby and a desire to please, he hopes to eive general sat- Impairs of Hoots and Shoes Saddles II V
It11 ; Lew- brought to Saltillo and had decently interred. ont a wEek. LEWIS i. AMEMILES NASH, aid EDWARD. isiaction to his customers. Call and see him.S. Harness! at short notice. Harness of and X
' ShE now keeps his sword and other equipments L-MVC Milton every Tuesday at G a. m.. arrive at KARNARD), Tallahassee> Fa and on entuir; will B. HARRINGTON. made to order. every quality t s j

Offt' r. 1 ; and vows not to part with them through life. Spaita next day l by :p. r.i. I, ( {|blind i in 1 the towns and villages in the Sou'iami Monticello, May I. 5-11. 41Sheriff' -\ If. M' IILLAN'. f Cd V 1'I.

1-". Orleans Delta. Leave Sparta everv Thursday at C a. m., arrive at \Ve.t.Mav Quincy, Apnl 3,1S47. 37 't tj
rih .Ycr
Charlotelcoma Milton t '.. !"*7. 42 Can Sale.
of 9 in the Legislature next day by ;p. m.353u
,
Showing a net whig The Captain did throuzh the mock remcnv
difference of IS F.in joint ballot, the Democratic po -From Oicahnmpka to Fort Butler, miles virtue of a writ of fieri facias i issued from W. RusseU "
f or ,otf of an enlistment with .the heroine of Fort Drownand BY BTKinney i
and back, week. the Clerk's office of the Superior Court for the ,
last being tii. In the House, sl'e once a
majority year was not by the least brave
. thus far the whisrs have a majority of cisht ote*. whom be took into any the means service of Uncle Sam.person Leave Okahurapka every Thursday at C a. m., arrive County of Leon Middle District of Florida,whereinthe ARTIST 'Ii'j
MEM BURS or CONGRESS ELEcasi-tknaoernts.- at Fort Butler by Union Bank of Florida i is plaintiff and Benjamin H AVING taken Room at Banner House,"ifon. t

Atkinson, G. C. Dromgoole T. II Buly.The. Another Call From Ireland. Maria Ed. Leave Fort Butler every at arrive .'. Allen Adm'r. of R- C. Allen deceased is defendant ticello Fla., very respectfully coder hit Cervices t
1.p J. James McDowell, Robt. A. Thompson, at Okahumpka by I have levied upon and will expose for sale, to I hose who desire faithful and accurate Like
Wm. od.. 11. Bedinger, R L. T. Beale.IITiigt. ge\\orh. the celebrated novelist lias address. 3V17-From I'ensacola.by Apalachicola, St.Mak', I before the Court House door, in the town of Mon. nesses of themselves or friend, n hich will be trant. V
.-J. M. Bott, J. S. Penltton. Wm. Gos- ed a letter to the Ladies of the United States, 'Cedar Keys and Tampa lay to Key West, Gnu miles ticello! on the first_ Monday in June next within leeal mitted to posterity indellible mementos of the past. t VV

gin, Tho J. Flournoy, and \ Ireton. calling for additional aid to the sufferers in and back. once a month. TiE success of these Pills in curing in a few hours, the following described property wit : his Likenesses are warranted to please. Price ".Q.
Ireland. She Leave Pensarola on the let of each month, arriveat where all othe remedies have failed, and The South of Sec. II, ) Monticello March 27, 1S47. 36 1.1 ,
says : Key West with practicablede patci.Leave that too, in cases 0: twelve and eighteen months The West i of Section 1-1, I
and ttt
The Jig Legislature cf .1auachuttb &amine, disease, deaths innumerable are Key ,al the let of each month, arrive IlanJing-wara.I! the assertion, that if taken according TheEioftheSE4ofSec.lO( M T l.RoSandE.'hit New Store and New Goods

, refusal t. rote thanht 1( Gen. Taylor.-Tins body in all parts of this kingdom-putrefaction and at Pensacola with all practicable; despatch. I to (the directions, they are a certain cure.- E l of the N E 4 of Sec. 15J J the brick If IfIn
the
adjourned on Monday, to the first Wednesday in January Pestilence in t>ome-and if the people are not Proposals will be considered for parts of !ail route, A long list of certificates in"prO of their infallibilit Levied upon as the property of said defendant and large McCarthy eJlfite streets,, on opposite corner E. ParnariTiUrugStore of ..Monrotand j Jill'

, next. According to the report of the Secre- ;mmrdia' relieved of food and to be pecifird in bid, and for wafer "en'irf from I ) mieht t.added, but tho'JI.n the directions to be old to satisfy said writ of fieri facias. ,and near the Court and.YewJllarktt .
by supplies ,
cy Pensacola! to St. Andrew's Bav and St Joseph, orcIhet are dermed sufficient. Try thtm convincedtiiat SMITH SIMKINS Sheriff. J
b
tar the number of bil. and re rAes, pa"
Elsi.n. is 353 ; bills, 250: resolves, KJ3. The the famine diseases, deaths and pestilence la, and tln-nce, bv water. very best remedy ever olcf.t to the public to insure A GENERAL ASSOaTME Or V ;1

Legislature voted down a motion thanking Gen. TAI must be more dreadful next ear.. Food :{.").';'-Frm St. Marv's. Ha. by Naccan C. II Fa. 8 )permanent and 1"lin!cure.P Court. Fancy Silk and Staple Dry Goods

' LOR for his victories in Meiico. Alas for Massachusetts. -I actual sti-is wanted ; but i is more to Jacksonville. .",:{ miles and bark, once aweek.Leave RA
wanted most van'rd and SJrI barley I I St. Mary's every Thursday at 1 p. m.,arrive ,Apul .*'.<, l.l3. J TIlE hold their n-'Tt Court on the second Mon- Wood Willow Croc.krtIand Stone Ware J 1
at Jacksonville ne\f day bv S p. m. Dr. G. A" Tyler:-Dear ir-: This nay\ certify day in Mav. Return d.is30th of April. John Glass Ware, Groceries &c., t

Fire in Griffin, (;, ( .-A fire occurred in Supply might come from America barley in Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday) at C a. m., Ih-t. after none many preparations for Ihe'curf' 01 Wilson, .. W. Sh! rw od and Robert Eccles.are the READY 3IADE CLOTIIIVC :I. I

Griffin Ga., on the 2.lb ult.which de trn\ed a number time f for sowing ; Indian corn for foo may be arrive at St. Mars next day t hy I'! m. tars Chill in and l.hy.ri4i.c fever, and expending, without; some (ort -fn', I ( minister! officers of 'ourt. Under ati arrancementff CONSIsTING or THE FOLLOWING: ,e.

of buildings and a larpe amount of proj;'ert\.- had for money-mone3will rc\'c all our ."'0 TfS. cun d a box (Vf J >r. I.il." '(\ anv anil Au Ilr-, the Mi2i!trate's, there will be but one collecting Ladies' Biiriere and 5usin! *. io ,lre s pattern. j'V t P 4-
: Pil. I dockit! vhi'-h will he under the direction of a majority
1 We have not room for particulars.! wants for the present ; but vifltovt seed our Each proposal should be 3Ctorpanif by a ruar- one dollar, whi: i cured: me cfTectnallv. al.r I had of the underlineJustices.. Each officer will Tarlton, Organdec and Painted Muslin, V;1

future is hfljirlcvt." astee, signed i by one or responsible persons, in I; t-ullorcd with this distremi and) unp!"j Fire Macon Mcs.tcngcr -- -- the following manner, viz. : for twelve months. I have known tlu-m u"ed papers put Plain, barred and stripe Cambrics
"li/edfrrilr.-TI for collection. Office for the the Court
a The imdt-rsicneJ that in thirty ca.-cs and not single box has presentat White and black Tarlton
ult. TALLAHASSEE COTTON cuaranty -, I a failed.. I believe Muslin
: I1ol
4' e. jJ
I says .RKE.'re ifhisbidforrarrvingthemailtroni totf them to l be I the! serb best and most safe and certain Black Crape black Darit'. f
i .Weere informed last evening, that the We have rcci\'ed during the W.d only 10 bales, \ bv' the for and that C. rARTLETT, J. P. Green Barie Black Lace and 1'1'
accepted I'o.tmaster General, shall enter I) cure true h'vc can be used,and un JA!. BARRY, J. P. "e, Love Veils, 1
i ft'I State House, at Millcdgcville, was found to and sola during the week 150 bales, l'ricC ranzing into an obligation prior to the Isj diy of September fjualed; a!a tonic restorative in all debilitated con EDWD. M. WEST J. P. Ginghams fancy and solid colours. t '.

be on fire on Tuesday)' evening and that fora ; from t'l a 10 c. No sales of Sea Island. We linE next, with :ood and uCcicnt suret'cs to perform the I the svstpm. E. MYERS. April!?,
time it was supposed that the flames could not by this da's mail the arrival of the Sarah Sands, two !et'iCo ptosise.1| l *' I Price H| per iox. with full direction For sale, Do. and Silk Scarf.
I i This hoiihl} be bv the certificate of at by LEWIS &. AMES, Farcy silk Handkerchiefs, f
be arrested. Fortunately, however, the fire das later from Europe. The news is ot no great a postmaster, or (.aCCompaniel" equivalent testimony, that the ..I Talal.as".t, ED\'A!:IJARNARD. and en enquiry MILE By the President of the United ,inen Cambric, t

was checked with hut littfe injury to the buil importance. The gain and cotton markets remained guarantors are men of properly, and able to make I he found al towns and villages Suth and States. Do. do. Hdkfi, plain hem-atitched said j

ding.i Our informant could give no particulars as by last adi ice New York market is firm good their zuaranty. i West.May embroidered. V
to its origin.t and actnc, all sales effected at full The proposal should lie sent to the Department I S, 1S47. 42 fim Black and fancy coloured Kid Gloves, .
r prices. sealed, endorsed ''Proposals for Rout .\'.. -, I Silk, metalie: and velvet Work Pockets J t
-- -- ---- .------ 1/1 -," and addressed to the first assistant Post- Tanner for Sale. Black white and fancy coloured silk Mitts,
"DIED IX HARNESS". o n ITUAU'. enactor General. FOR .\ : ,uhitriber, a Tannery, imme- White and black twist silk Gl< vej,
Such was the simultaneous exclamation of Die at the resider-ce of Col. John Bank in Wvnn- For the ;prr.hibition: t.f 1>kK resulting from rombi. adjoininl the city of Talahas."f comprising Lisle Edging i Muslin Edgings and Inserting.

two Democrats, when news was brought them Sunday morin; las'. in the :!year of her tiatior, and the terms md conditions on which the 51 large 5 by feet Black silk Lace 1 to S in. wide I I
cflhe death of General GKORRC C. DHOMCOOLE are, JOSEJHIXInft of GEOKCI: HAWKIN, contract i is to be made, fee the last annual advertise length and width, and two kitchens, by 20 teet.- Thread and Bobbin Edging and Laces, I
ment. C. JOHNSON, There various Parasols Parasollettes, and San-shades.
K 'I'| : intfrfoure with tin-} world, are pumps, fixtures, two bark mills V
who has just ben elected to Congress this.lady vas characterized bsrtat s\mplint\ of J'oitrnantfr General. tlins bv a cog wheel, running by horse power, a China straw and fancy Muslin EonneU .
from the Brunswick district. This painful in. manner and frankness ot disposition. which, blended POT OtTICr Dir.\TtrvrxT, .April 21, IM7.- cistern for rai.later.a\sell, a brook, with abundant Misses China and do. do. do.,
'
telligence which had been rumored for sev. with intelligence, and a heart naturally warm and May *>, 1M7.U tl.r.Julv. water. on the border of whic.i I the vats are placed.11ie .- Bonnet Flowers and Ribbon, V .
; had towards h a large circle lot includes 10 or 11 acres of first rate land,under TN pursuance of law I, JAMES K POLK President Lutestring Ribbons assorted V
era days, reached us yesterday morning in 11ectionatE aUacl.d frend"atrah-. They who were( lonce-t er.d Telors' Veetable Tills. folc< There are also two bark sheds with 125 .I_ of the United States of America do hereby Fancy coloured velvet Neck Ribbons V I

a form, that we arc forced to credit it.- lOt intnnat'l) acquainted with her, and could l bc<>t cords of, oak LJI k. For sale at a great bargain. declare and make known that public sales will be Black and white silk hose.
Not many days since, a friend informs us, General appreciate the qualities; of her head and heart, are Truth is mi'!;li!}-, and in this case has Terms lihral M. L. BAKER. held at the undermentioned Land Office in the White brown blue and slate cord ditto

Dromgoole met his political opptnant in hose: who now tour mot deeply-and in this ma} )-4''uit'c! May 41 Ot STATE OF FLORIDA at the periods hereinafter Misses white and brown do. do..
estimated the worth of the designated, to wit : Feather and paper painted Fans, .
of Amelia and addressed the hI departed. PILLS have from the been a
the frt f.\oritp
county people In earlier life, the subject of this notice was not PFFR" in the South., but ,o. their consump- Negro for Sale. At the Land Office at ST. ArcrmxE, commencing Pink wbite.l'Cult't. straw and blue Florence, !
with striking power and eloquence. He 'without the trials incident to our tate of probation I ion is confined to no "t'CIIOI I In tlU North, the LIKELY: NEGRO WOMAN, fiell hand on Monday the twelfth day of July next,for the Long Lawn Irish Linen Linen Sheeting ,

discussed the {treat questions of the day withan here, bnt a naturally strong and ca mind enabled lut, and the \.et, as well brvnnd nt Potomac : A r:1 cook, about rt'{i f veirs of age, very stout ant disposal of the public lands within the limits of the Linen Table damask V f
ability can equal. The election her to bear them without murmur or rPI'ininc.- in F.urojMSouth America, India, and the West Indies anr healthy, fi-r jle. Enquire at this Office. unuVrmcntiorieii townships, to wit : Linen Napkins. Bird's-eye Diaper. Linen Dowlas, i. f
came off and resulted his favor, though, When a brighter prospict had opened to new, with t I.I'% are know and apprcciat) '1. The demand I May t, t's7.| -11 -ft South of the lose line and east of the principalmeridian. Russia Diaper. Crash and Huckerback Toweling I .f
6 to 12-" brown and bleached Cot.
Sheeting,
from every reasonable hope of continued happines in the for them ha no parallel in the annals of medicine, I II' .
peculiar cues the issue was involvedin affection uf a fond and dr"otPl husband, and the in. and it mav be said of their advocates For Sale. i Township twenty-two, of range twenty-eicht. Cord Cambrics white and brown Holland ..
doubt, and was probably not known to General aiitine love of her 1 ea'itiful boy, it ha pleased the ;& The cry i- come !" Townships twenty-one and twenty-two ot range Alpacka. Bombazine silk Velvet black Satin '
when ho breathed his last.- Omnipotent to hence and heliete, of ,stillht I A NEGRO; WO'I\X:1 vears of ISP, good cook, twenty-nine. Dress and Furniture Calicoes I. jJ
I I. Dromgoole, cal1wr -we hr\e In all diseases i tl ;h, the abdominal vUrere ,
ironer ao,1 sale on reasonable terms.App'v i six Cruel of number shade,.
a Townships eighteen and nineteen and section ,
His name is prouJly associated with the his. to prospect sti Lrilhter-hal\in (enduring. the liveror the s stem cetividllv, their alternative this .
at : Needles. Silver ThimMes
Tape. Fancy Binding.
Orce.l1.y in of thirty.
tory of the Repulican not only in Virginia The Past i, a faded dream, and tonic !properties, act mi upon the ron,-titu- 1, (I"(. 41 St Townships township twenty eighteen range nineteen and twenty-one, of Number various kind, fancy silk Trimmings Ii f
par. ent ol the blood 1 will
Of promi-ed i'>\ of hubbies: an imme
| on a '
stream prolr'rti"s prouct. brown and coloured Linens '
bu in the of whose ablest, antinIU3Ih' range thirty-one. White fancy ,for mens i i
Which flows perform a cure.TESTIMONIALS.
to shorelcs ,
freezers.
a sea clang. rdical Ice Crani
And firmest and most prominent champions The boundless unceasing cf ." Townships eighteen and nineteen of range thirty- wear. I 1 j
ocean Eterlt, SALE at the TIN SHOP, Ice Cream Freezers, Fancy coloured Cottonf. '
be was acknowledged by all to have been.- M. W. Extract: of a l Idler from Dr. Wames, rf FOR two. I
Phiark- various nzes. Also, Tin Tubs' to set the Township eighteen, of thirty-three. .1 and ..AssortmentITIens' '
Pretty Fancy
Columbus Ga Democrat. phia: dated February 2, 1 K)) : u range .
General in mind and ( ) YO'1 lil,ar.
Dromgoole W3' a giant mildest in their operation and vet most powerful in Ficezer in, which takes a less quantity of ice than At the Land Office at NEWKAHBVILI.I:,commencing Ready IHadc Clolhln?. J
*
his honor and character never impeach. -- ---- tilt wooden tu' on Monday nineteenth day of July next for V
"crt their effects of anv that I have ever met with in a HATS. UMBRELLAS &c.
ed. Faults he had like other men, which in Horses for Sale. practice of eight and; twenty vcars. Their action on Talbhaso.fpril 1. JS4i. 37 the disposal of the public lands within the limits of Patent and Calf Boots sewed and pegged. V

the language ofthe Pennsylvanian, somewhat WILL b for sale, on Friday and Satur the[ chvle, and hence on the impurities of the blood, Executor's Notice. the undermentioned townships, and fractional town- Calf Bootees. do. do. do. I
next the 14th and Kith inst.,at ." shiM{ to wit : V
the usefulness of of the evidently very surprising Fashionable Beaver and Leghorn Hats,
impaired one brightest _ _the stable of Col A. A. Fisher, a few o Extract of a letter from Dr. Henry Hall, of( Quebec ALL persons who have any demands against the South of the base Hue and east of the principal Me as' and Boys Palm hats -
intellects in the Union"-but his native WORK HORSES be offered low for ca L. C. March C., INJI :-" For'billious fevers!. of George I... Weaver deceased, will meridian. Cotton Ginghams and Silk Umbrellas. V
State ,'i never forget the distinguished services Also two small two horse JERSEY WAGGONS, ick Ied.dl', for pidity of the bowels, and Enlargement please present (them without delay to Township nine of range fourteen.
with harness, suitable for a family vehicle or CHAS. M. WELLS ands. Fractional townships twenty-seven twenty-eight Hard Ware.
of one who has so high pee of the spleel. Dr. Peters' Pills arc an excellent ,
t many .
flees in her councils. led of ling. Any person wishing to purchase will apply to mticint. R. MALLORY twenty-nine and thirty on the main land of range Mill cross-cut hand key. tenant and wood Saws I
the subscriber at Fiiher' For Executors. filteen. Ausers.files.chUels and braceswithbitts a sort'd.Knob .
A MILES
Peace his ashes !Richmond Enq. Hotel.WM.. MARKH.UI EDWARD BARNARD.by & Ir NA5II. Key West, April 10, 1S47. 3- St Township twenty-seven, and fractional township plate stock pad trunk chest cupboard

May R, 1S47. 42 I May 8, 1M7. 42 6m thirty-five on the main land of range sixteen. box horse and till Locks, asserted .l I
THE GREAT W "ERN. Mastodon Cotton Seed. To'wiwhiptwentj-sevenand fractional townships Pocket and table Knives shoe and butcher do.. .
Real Estate at Auction. SHERWOOD'SMAGXEIC t thirt .1 tlrt'f and thirty-five.on the main landof range Carving Knives and Forks !
The "Great Western "The Heroine
or BUSHELS genuine Seed, for sale at $1 2
o Saturday, the 15th instant will sold be 1 00 : seventeen. RAZORS-Few left of Old Roughand Ready Razor .
Fort Brotrn" bc is often still b REMEDIES b hel.
a* calld. ON Auction Room, GOLD PILLS AND per i Township .cpty-sevcn, fractional township thir- Straps .

t the army. Indeed it is only she is Lot No. my 104 on Monroe street, fronting theCapitol MAGNETISED. PLASTER. BmCHE. i..3 LIXDE'BFRGER tv-two on the naLi land,and townships thirty-three German silver table and (en. Britannia table and
the eoldieis that she be Alrill and thirtv-five of eighteen. tea, and iron table and tea
abra,'it( appears to For Chronic Diseases the Organ and range Spoons.
Also House Belle
hOr. At the present time her tent is a Dwelling at o Lmbs SOO Pieces Calico. Townships| thirtv-two, thirty-three, thirty-four BoY, coffee and com Mills Brass preserve Kettles,
DISEASES
V ptHRONIC and thirty-five, of range nineteen. Log, fifth trace halter and dog Chains
pitched at Saltillo,wber* .hft exhibits the came n. ii. nEnt, Auc. (, I \_/ class Hvpertrophj.ma invariably SPRING and Summer Prints, choice patterns just Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools, Wrought iron Grid-i.ons Waffle and Wafer-irons, ;

rough-and-ready :00 nature the same crjirtiu MavP. 1847.- 42 I V-t'J, ; __._.___ be dutin imhrd by the. and for fat! bv militarv, or other purposes will be excluded from Collins* No. 1 Axes, Steel Traps.
GREENBERG CO.
II. I
Boot and Shoe Making. sure on the ganglions tin. pi- April, 1l7.CABINET' 37 The sales will each be kept for two weeks shrub
he "joined the army. S ,e keeps a restau- r __ ___ open Snaths Scythes( and reap Hooks,
purchased the anal nerves, in the intervertfbral4spaces (unless the lands are sooner disposed of.) and no lon Fair and good supply Mechanic Tools and V
rat or meu.boua. more especially for the of yj J- entire enigf.huin' of LITAE 'f.r- aloii; each title of the MAKING. ger; and no private entries of land in the townshipsso Many many articles in the Hard-ware line not ,
fcr und gives a kick to a saucy customer, or Vi BREHrci.n, who is about leaving the State 1. spine, no matter what name may offered will be admitted until after the expirationof mentioned. J V

(IC coffee to a favorite one, with equal Pfr_ r lltuintorms Ins friend and the Y ..fltavebccn given to themaladv. by DAMON & LYNCH, two weeks from the commencement of said: sales. Willow and Wood Ware. 1
She does be the old stand, where tJ phYllci.l nQoloiII, or other Given under hand at the City of Washington,
facility. a steak to a T, but he who public that il at present medical writers. AVlNGb''uZhit the entire stock and of my Churns 3 "izesTubs of all sizes,
The .ret
thus
would attempt to "do" her, would find himself he is prepared to execute: all work in his line with 7 will be more pain or I I:i Franci Wienker in the Cabitpt Shop, are this sixth day of April Anno Dumiiii one thousand Well Buckets,Pails,Brass and iron-bound Bucket. V
He has hand the finest 'prouet Its hundred and
on eight forty. enn.
to under a mistake piomptnesa and despatch. r according to prepared toif all kinds of work in that line, and Keelers Bread-trays. Wood-measures.
laLr of calf skins, and all antis of materials, and will Sfvere. tll intensity JAMES K. POLK.
the heretofore to the shop will Willow Chairs and Carriages for children
word ol the disease, active hope patonace given
one a the y or i.ts or
any say against Amer- make at short notice, and in the best manner GEN Bv the President :
{ Their the business and covered Market ditto
Scan Army, and she is sure fr to set him up TLEMEN'S BOOTS ANISIIOE.SoI every descrip passive state at the time. Pressure I be rontinuc. in saving espelienec they can give a satisfaction.. RICHARD 1\1. YOUNG Work Baskets

and then to knock him One instance, tion. Boot fotf. soled,and otherwise rtpairf in the- cervical vertebraindicated on the ;ganglions in the next annexed above They their woi k tot//, and are willing to dispose Cemmissiontr of the General Land Office. Groceries.Young J
charges. He war frt : et Hyson Imperial and Posit bong Tea,
'by the way of illustration : On the evening ofl rant good hill stile work to be equal to any done in the place engraving by No. 1, determines tubercular disease of of it o as reasonable terms .any other work. NOTICE TO rlm..EMPTION ct..AIMAl\'TS. Rio and Java Cofire,

the battle Buena Vista, February 23d, a lit. and to give satisfaction as to fitting a any the Head and Brain, Throat f:)(I<>r Ears ; on the men in (the Mate. 35 Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption Butter and Water Crackers
'tie effeminate fellow, in all the baste and all other a go. space No. 2, that of the Muscles, Joints or Limbs ; March 2f,1SI7. to any lands within the townships above enumerated, Roe Herrings, in barrel*.

the bewilderment of John Gilpin in his in vol.untary JOHN LERCII.M ;, on the space No. 3, that of the Lungs; on the dade is required to establish the tame to the satisfaction No. 1 and 3, Mackerel in i bbls., brand 1546.
v 8,147. 42 No. 4, that of the Stomach ; on t the space No. 3, that 0"nnlR flour 2 cslamQ.: of the Register and Receiver of the proper Land Of- 10 ibbls. Fulton Market. No. 1 kae(.
equestrian feat from hlngon. rode into .. t I of the Liver, and at the letter A, that ot the Spleen ; ( ai Sides, 1 ShouldeI.Just fJcP. and make payment therefor as soon as pract White Beans, Rice dried Applet and Peaches

Saltillo and up to the GreatWestern. Strayed. on the space No. G, that of the Small. IntEstines; on revived and for sale by cable after seeing thit notice, and before the day appointed Sardines, 10 hhIs. soused Pigs-feer.
He was trembling so that one FROM Ma'on the :instant two the space No. 7, that of the. Kidney; on the space March J31947. 31 LLOYD &FLAGG. for the commencement of the public sale or Bbls. and ibbls. Floor. Lemon Syrup.
invisible ma- HOnSE one a tl heavy mane No. b* that of the Uterus; and on the space No.9. the lands embracing the tract claimed; otherwise Sperm Candle. Colgate Pearl Starch,
woul imagine an electrifying _,and that of the Testes, &c. For Sale.A .
til. of hair partially cn- such claim will be forfeited. Colgate pale Soap, brown and toilette Soaps,
was operating on Vis nerves. circling his neck, nine or ten years fait It is no matter whether tenderness be found in one LIKELT NEGRO GIRL, ten or twelve years of RICHARD M. YOUNG Pickles assorted-Catsups, assorted

"Wby, what's the matter wit yo MissNancywhat's pacer. The other a roan horse, large size, light or more places! ,or whether one or more of the organs _fl_ age for sale. Apply at this Office. Commissioner of the General Land Office. Olive Oil, loaf and crusbed Sugar,
skeered you now said the mane and tail,rather, a Spanish horse,seven or ei h I or limbs be diseased, a the curative cessunder the May i. 1517. 41 April 21, lS4l. 40 ts Scotch Snuff of several Factories,
amiable hostess years old, and a natural pacer. When last seen use of these remedies, proceeds in one and all of the Mustard and Spices, assorted,
were in neighborhood of Charles Powell's plan dilasc organs and limb at the same time. To de I Staple stnd Domestic <3ood Horse for Sale. Putty White Lead. Window Class,
"hMn -Mrs. Bourdette! aid tation making their way toward Monticello or ttrmine the necessity of these remedies, it is only GEERAL assortment just received and for sale Train Linseed and Lamp Oils,
ctereit soldier-the apology for a man, Thomasville. necessary to detect the tenderness of the ganglia, in A bv II. GREENBERG CO. A FINE large HORSE for sale that Good chewing smoking and low price Tobacco.

b slain by the Mexicans : Gen. A liberal reward will be paid for their return to any of the intervertebral spaces on either side of the Apr1J3. 15-7. L& 37 & qt\: horse works of fine wall action and and rides trots finely-he(."t. is a Powder Shot, Lead. tc. .c. lee.Ozi" .
i if taken These remedies
St. Marks, or up and information givenwhere spine. invariably cure every casein --
Taylo. o the retreat ; it's all over with us; the may be found. the stages of the disease, and a great majorityof Apply to J. FORTUNE..
well either be or sent to the mines. Oh! A. J. REDDING, frt the last, including tubercula consumptionand Jut Received April 24,1847. 40 The inhabitants oftbe city and county,
I ao.* white Incipient i is frequently Pfifl and those of adjacent counties are particularly requested -
woco't care, continued !in a whining E MADDE' Iwelngs. consumption COPIE Notice.SIX .
jUU Southern to call and for themselves and
tee esptri-
these Harmony -
42 before the
8 1811. deteted symptoms even
lOe, .oldo't care, but for my old woman May f cough commences. There is no other remedy for 100 Harmonist.Headley's ) months after date, the undersigned, Executor ally we call the attention ot the LADIKS whose

and tire children in the States. I know, Notice. the is well known to every physician. The Napoleon and hu Marshalls, the last will and testament of Benjamin taste was never known to err. It will sfford me great

Johasaid she to me when I was coming a'y'I i WEEKS after date, application will be made dia.ae perfectly I safe for person of all ages and LrdncTs Lectures. complete in two volumsa, Chaires deceased, late of Leon County will present pleasure to display before them the diversified and
SIX conditions and require AMhon's, Jacob's Greek Reder. hi. accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate attractive FANCIES in Store. \
know will into E. BEOOM. Judge cfProbitefor no change of diet that
your courage get yo me, to JAMES of of except Frist's American Flora's of Leon County and make application for letters Immrdiati 'and punctual attendance will **
letters of adminutratioa a greater supply loo& For isle by InterrdM.
for
a of Leon Spaker.
are impetuous John, said the County dismission Executor aforesaid. V
erpyo to MILES NASH Carmine Sancers, Inelble V of as paid / alt order tent me.
*fc w for he r. If i was cot, 1 on the estate Monroe. de. At the rOt OfBc..Tallahassee, Fa. } wwae Papr. tc., for .JOSEPH CHAIRES, Executor. V & BURNET.

night tttll be ft wafter in ft respectable restau. April 1S4V WILN. May *.ISn. 42 6m V April 3 PA. HAYWARD. Leon County .April, 1841. 376m April ,17. 1841. 3T>_{Srimirii, please cofy.












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ji Ir4.- v BY AUTHORITY bed 10 eas* of failure in filling the rank and file B ,
.. any regiment rr regiments, to consolidate such def NEWPORT,WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. rROrOVED AND ACRXKJI T3T THKSCCOXD OrJIKBAL. SIX and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro. hall expose fee sate,on the fccrlk JL:

t *, < [:Ptr t.nNo.:: 6I.J dent regiment or regimenta and dib rge all scpernomerary rpHE rs riber would most pfctftiHy ASSEMBT ; aCmrCCT TO THC ACTiON bate in and for the Coanty of Jeflenon, and apply for August next, before the door of.the Court

t 4 ANAcrtnktng provision tor an additional number officers: Provided, That officers <* discharged ia A inform his friends and the public that or THC .itrr GCXCXAI. AJSKMBLT..f a discharge as Administrator of the estate of Clement Roch's Bluff, in the county of Washing

y L general-officers, and for other purposes.Jte shall be allowed, addition to the mileage lie still occupies the WAKULLA HOTEL W. Stephen, late of said County,deceased. Florida, the following described lands
.. it macrtd hf the Smote nrf ITevteifRefngrxCatuv already allowed by l threemc-nlhrpay to ea : SEC; 2.. .1nd be rf farther enacted, That all (be Water the as to extend la all fret tanitt matt inhabitants, CO 6mNotice. the Coa.t7
i *cfffte United Stato fifJmrrica In Con to test the virtttes ol Sulphur during easvit January 16,1S47. on same for the year 1846:
officers-appointed the additionafore* authorise being cHisens tf IA United States, who shall 640 ia
; mtnbTedr That the President of the United g stasoa.A acres, lying Holmes'Valley
.'; $pus t.tebe and! he hereby authorised:to organise the to be raised under this act.shall IK discharged fct the convenient bath-rtoce was beilt over oae of oar has resided within this Stale *ae year, the elective belong to the estate ef A. B. BlackwVlP S*t*>

-. ten regiments te lie reed by virtue of the act of the close of the war with 'Mexico except the officers of sprints: last year; and another heave (for the accom- franchise.ECTION month* after date,I shaU present my account Also.) 400 acre, tying ro Holmes* Vafl-
tb el 'eoth of February, eighteen hirndrod and forty the ordnance authorised by the sixteenth ectk* and modatica of the LaJies) will ba erected during the S I. Bt it tnaettd br tie Senate and SIX vouchers and apply to the Hon. Judge ol ing to belong to G. Swevt. **** *
the two companies to each regiment c>f artillery, *uthorizcd house of Reprttcntmtnet ef tAt State of Florida
Abo
I >ven, into brigades and divisions, cither by allotinpTK SptiriR. Probate of Leon County for letters of dismission as ,060 acres, purporting to belong to tfc,
section cl this act. That the first
the tmvened.
: 'rtions of the same to the brigades and divisions of by eighteenth These Paths ciii be used at all times, are never in General Jltiembty Administratrix on the estate of Granville Sheppard, of Joseph M.White, and Ij ing on St.Aedrnr iT1 1.
Arriov'ko, Much 3. 1817.1Pru.cNo. clause o/ the aixlh article of the Constitution be so
overrtowe-1 and the properties of the water are M Also. 1C1
,,1l the rezular army or tolimfeer forces in the sen ice of late cf said County,deceased. acres, lying on thebesdefsAC.
4. :- the United States and if the efficiency of the service beneficial to invalids as those of ar.y sulphur springs amended a* follows,viz : Every free and white male per and ELIZABETH CLEAVELAXD, Adm'x.January Bay,near ilcCormkk's, pnrporting beloot-S! .
C2.JAN ia the State. It i* not deened neressary here to cite son oi the age of twenty-one yean upwards, Collins. -
::1 hall require it. to appoint by, and with the advice ACT providing for the building and equipment cases rr give cefiSeatw from vistton who hve tried who shall be, at the time of offering to vote, a citi- 23, iS-Il 27 6m, 4
.' :9 and consent of the Senate such number of aJdi tiona naval and who shall have resided JOiINW.cOOKSb7iZ
t of four steamships. zea ef the United State, and
.';I .: brigadier gcnemls, tOt exceedins three, and majojteRerals of Be it tnsrtnt iy the Senmte an4 Htnttr } Jter>retentaliee them.In addition to the s.oal fare at rottnfry TaT rp*, and had his habitation, doraieil, home and place of W. 8. JOLTi:, 20.ex 1847.officio Tax Col.FeSrnarv 31. Waaidnen c.1.
the -
2 %: not exceeding two, as orpaiizatio.i tfthe United Stmtet ef4.nerce C.nfrtft abode in Florida/for one year next preceding ,
the Wakulla Hotel will be rexnUrly supplied with permanent Attorney at Law,
: the said foiccs nny require: Provided, That each tinemfJeJ, That the Predeot of the United Green Tnrtle FiJ and Oysters,and aJteetioa the election at which he shall offer to vote, rir iSTAR'S BALSAM OF WILDCIIEBBr

; 14 :: brigade hall consist of not lew than three raiments State be and l c ft hereby anthcri-ed to cease to be pat to the cbmf, rt of visitors.To every amid wl o lull, at such time and for six months ito Honticrllo, Jefferson Comity, Florida, VV sale by "WlSfcAlr

and each division of not ICM than twobrirades: Jmpnri'Ied built and equipped her first-cUss *ee-irnirg steamships ger.t'.enen fend of hunting and feiojr. this mediately preceding aid time, have had his habitation attend the Circuit Court of the Middle February 20, 1947. 31

,t further Tat the said general oiEccri shal to be attached to (lie navy of the United State neifhb -ervice of the
rl. .. be immediately discharged from the with Mexico.SEC. and that one niillicn of dollars be and is hereby appropriated fish; .nd to parents wishing to bring their coilJreaher. ia the county in which he may offer to vote, hall be Eastern Circuit,Fl onida. Slate of Fl OCldfl. "*

t United Slates at the clo e of enacted.the war That there shal ftir that pur| o-e, to I* paid out of tpj me .', there i is a goo.l school and div inc service every deemed a qualified voter at all election under this "Monticello, August 22, 1S16. 5 IN CHANCERY.-IN THE CIRCUIT COTW
I .2. .litdoe it further neT in the treason ncj chtrwie aprrcpmtcd.Src Sabhith day. Constitution and none others, except in elections by FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY.Hampdcn .
.t be added t* tlu* Adjutant Generil's department t>ne 2. .lntLb' That from and
itfvrt/irrcnirted, in the 'Jute Dhtrict
ticket nr prescribed by
stable for horses.and at. general
The subscriber Las gotd Law Notice.BROCKENBROUG'II S. Linton (
,
with the rank
and 'orsiplaiaanz
,
ent -
: assistant adjutant general pay immediately situ the pimixeof this act. it thill be UA.IU which.caj the elector rouM have been a ,

>lument of a lieutenant ct-I mel of cavalry, and two thed-it* ot i he Secretary of the Navy to accept oil the 'er.tive servir.ts. w. a \ucirrr.RY.. rovdisit of this State one bear next preceding the d MAXWELL. Catharine Eliza Smith John r*. M.Smith
,
i
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s sitant a.ljutiats geer1viththebrevetrakpav part of the guv Florida, 22,1517. II. Harrison
aid emoluments c-f a captain of cavalry, to be Newport, ,Defendants.
: appointed |1xe1d4 of K. K. Cell.... and his a-ociatc4 cf the city in which he ollrr to vote Pmoided, That no solJur -
'. the Prcidr.tbv and with the advicesmeorisenlof BROCKENP.ROUOH will return to Florida TT appearing to the Court, by the affidavit
: by of New York, submitted to the Postmaster Genera, marine in the nubr Navy 1 TM II of ,_
,
;1 1i : the Senste.jn| the same manner, and be and dated Wellington, March sixth, eighteen hui JF.FFF.RSOX COl'XTYTax ot the fceainatior United States, unless he were atjuiliticd Army or elector //y ii: time to attend all the Court of the 1 plainant, that the defenJant, Catharine W

.t t charged with the same duties,as those authorised byexistinj hundred and fortv-s.x, f. r the traiifipoitation of the Collector's Sale.BY of this State previous to hi* enlistment a* such Middle Circuit,and Jackson and Franklin Counties tho Smith State, i is of a non-resident of the State, ,M .-.w"!?"*

f ., laws.SEC Unite! States mail between New York and Liter virtue of authori'j eXel in me by law. 1 solder, seaman or marine in the Regular Army or in West Florida., B. & M. will also attend the Sooth Carolina
: 3. 1rvllt it further enacted.That the Pr ider.t i- befort the Ccwit and Federal Court Their time will be // therefore Ordered, That the said defeu
lar.d Collins and sale liou Supreme
po< to coi.tml with the said E. K. c-tpowp for > N.isy of (I.e United States,or utile venue service,
r .. be and he i is hereby authon hit axociztr* for the faithful fulfilment cf the tipulations duo;. its Montir-llo. Jerur- C.unty, n the shall It. considered a resident of the S'ato in consequence oer
the third
service* of uchof the volunteers now in Mexico, therein contained, ai.d m arcol dance it h the First Monday IK Ji/v n-tl, of l hieing stationed within the same. claim against the United States for the attentive Monday in July next, otherwise the all
.- in his the tate of the pu1ice'ricernay ic- of which have been made will be taken for confessed, and the
e-pinion prosecution arrangements natters Um.r
ovivcti this
.
i r.f act. the following property or so Risen thereof a* will Pj.jed Senate, IVcirr.ber I, IS1
.; r1ire.and who may a|! the termination of the present SEC 1. .1zI4tit ftirther enacted.That the'team- hc Stale' and Coui/y Tjk\t due Lilian t\i the I). II. MAYS. President Senate. in Washington. $ decreed accordingly! : And it is Jvrlhtr Or&nrf
j term,voluntarily en vre to serve during the war w ith Ccllir.s and pay March 13, 1947. 3J That a copy cf this order be published in
: ships f a. U-emrlovcd by the said E. K. I J-1'"> : 11. ARCHKH, Secretary Senate. some rf
i r Mexico ; anJ to crpmie the same into companies, his a<*.' iatei in the tran p< rltirn of the Ui.itrt year NF.S'rand NWLSc33an1W $ of NE Parsed HOUM-, IK-crinbrr IB, 140.ROHKICT the public newspapers printed ia the State, cnta

::, -' battalions and resrimentJ, agieeahlv to existing. laws, States mil bitween New York and Livcrpocl shall 4, Soc 33, T 1. R 4. N ai.d E., purj-nlir to be- P.ROU X, Speaker Ho. Reps.M. TIN MANUFACTORY. week foi four months THOMAS conecutivelv.
and to commission the otf.cers for the same.SEC. be constructed under the inspection of a naval ccnStrucfc.r fort fo I>uncan M Q:urlf*. D. l'vs. Cleik. BALTZELL, Iute
I nf : 4. JlnJ le it further enacted, Tl af in addition the Na antI A true copv ; Testc.
ii the employ! ct Department WNWSec r, T 2, R 1N&Eu.vr.crnut !
C. Firr'cierk.Monticello.
J. R. FORTUNE G. .
to the pay an.d allowance provided for the volnateers shall V 5.) ron>ttutd a* to rendtr them cons ertit Ic kriov.n. .q5 .1ft tn ant'nJ the Constitution of thit State so ,

i .,. .. t now in the service of the United States, under at the leat p<.<>.b'.e Ci-f. into uar-stvauie rf the Lot No. n, frac Sc 21, T 2, R 1, X &. F.. M laccs. ai to ma'e the unions of the General Assembly HAVING become the sole proprietor of the TIN Fa.. March 15. [20} 1847, 33 4j
t exislinc law. ea-i volunteer who hall rer>f >rtk ni,i ou.i.. that r.cn ti said stcainets shall receive .. ., .Jt ., "S.ITRN&P 1 si biennial ituttnil of annual. lately the property ofR. Flayer & Co., ______
.. ; < r>... tn.K. ii'< |.i.. i-i t. vfiMs act, ia Mexca c n U-'ard' ft nr pa *ed miJtliifmen cf the l"w"tt< 1. 21T2Rm.N&E.> I OX 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and takes this method of informing the public that he :

'. '. immediate!) alter the clc .< of hi* pre*cnt fern State navj, who shall *.'rve a< watch ctlcer., and .' r., '. 2.T2.! n i. X &. E. ';.,-r.: la's. SECT of ritpre+rntatitts nf the State of Flo- will keep constantly on hand, at the shop opposite DEALERS in

I service.sha'.l be cntitlrd tobuntyoftwetvedoI- be sui'abh ar.-orr.ir.od.it.-d without charge to the governnui.f '. 1. 22, T2.R4.X&. E. I U'.acrVljin rub ui (;e.erol.lasemtlt/ coinned, That the second his store, a large assortment of all the' varieties cf
J lar, to be paid D* soon afc the company shall he duly ; ar.d the said -fearatr shall ?lso receive 1 aiu .tcrcd ail 1 rcteivcd t* [by] the mustering and in- on boinl and aecomtnrdite uithcut charge to th business. He will also be furnish Toilet Articles Ptrfnntrj tc, Window
t t.:tioa of GJV. M s elcv, ownir r.. t known. this 'tatf bo ?.i jn.endtd ato read a- follow, viz : prepared io any film
1 t spectins olker.Stc. Tlia! the President ovrnm'er.t, one ajent, to he *\'pi n.iid b\ the Post SMITH SSMKIXS.S'tT. 2il. The mfmbvrs ol the Iluse i COLORS.Apothecaries'
.
I .i. ,1ndl>eit fmthfrentftrtl th"rie.l to accent the ma-cr! Gri.cril, who *h.ill I.ae et. -ige cl the mails aol ex p'T.fio Tax Ccl.| Jeff. Co. s.iil be chosen bv the q'ialitid[ sot. is, and shall as they can get it from the North ; and begs then to
4 : b<* and he i< h.Mv *<> b. frairrftd; 1:1 aud sembip.Sac *. th.- of call and examine for themselves. There is an object Gins %Ware Ac.MI .
to rill veei. December i, l4i 4) fmVorit3 -rve ten t inn two jjr- from and alter the
4 : sorrice* of ind.'viJ.ial deith.tliichaue.crother 1nuerna cau-e, 4. .li.ilb' it Jurfnren-itt I which may occur mri.Snt l; ufltr the | ase! of U.iit it shall be and and the wv.ioas which it usually by shipping. JL lowest market prices.We .
cf the
longer GenTdl gets
no
in the volanfeer re.zis.etthi or corp* now in th* strv- the dtv>: < I the Sema! :> d'tl.e! Nato crr.tract on Wt rasVorm! : : : : : -

; r ice of the Unite.! Static or which nij. bi received (he part r the ijovtrnniePt cf the t't'ited St.tcs\! r IIF.bane ol chii'thood) .iri-1 !he crt tin precur* r
during the* exiMin war with Mexico.Sec a A. Sh.o! rf Cincinnati, f.ir fLy transnortat.oT c f I JL of imny dan -r-'iiidi-e.-ie: *, if .ti'ovutl to rt- econd cr at each other times la be 1 doz Furnace, such as every family ought to supplies of Drvzs.1It'dinnc!$end Chtmitals
< .1z1 !>fit fwt'ttr enacted Tlut all the. of- he United Si'.res mail iron New Yi>rk to New Orean main long in th btnai: sjten in irrf.il nun.bcr.. bv bear law. may proscribed have, Sugar Dippers, Sugar Skimmers, Oil Cans, together with meat of the popular patent rinsed**!
b ,
Cceisti be iai/ed appointed und. in the the"act ten regiments to raie for to limited- raised <, f-vice a inorth and back, tctichin at Chine,. Thousaivls of Ch'.ldrai die aitnvally from Sor. 'i. Beitfnrthfrenartnl, That the third clause Counter Scales, Zinc for Stoves, &.C., render our assortment the larzr t and most varied b
and a
or r and other ton, (if | rati<-4 if,) .Sd\annah, and Hana ; aid IVormif of the fourth .utirle "f the Constitution be amended Sheet Iron for making Stove Pipes, the State. All of which we offer at the lowest cub
force fi-r
p time an additional it.iht.iry purposes from Havana: it> L'h rM and bsck, twice a month Tin and Copper for KWinz and Gotterin of Buildings pi ices.
1 ,** shall tike rask. in case of e-jual grad'-, in The eiil I ra-.il be The season i is i..w cl'>'e at hand when tlicy become -I) flat the >..mukhall read fi.Hows: 3d. Thut the
to trjr.spcrted in at lea<.t flea ,tean Keprentative hail berho-tn on the first Monday and put up at short notice, either in the city July 25,1W6. I LEWIS i. AMES
such tbe President of the United Statesnay trou'jlv-K' to hildre'i.Dr. .
t ; ininner CK l.irf t l .than lube hundred noil me c
n. burden
; tons or country.
of b in the month e>f October in each and every second
't, 1 : direct. without regard to priority appointnent. and proptllecl by fnicir.es ot net reoi than roe thou IVooilmirS Worm Spcrific bear, from and aHei the tiNt election under this a- ALSO, a new invention for draining Sugar, which Glasses.

:. Six 7. .1nd be it finther enacted, That to each and l.crx- ,jii'Atr ej"h. to he coritiuctc l tu.dcr the li a sate aol eTci! T.t rt rnrd.. fir Worm Tiv it.- mended Constitution, or on such other day as may will drain it for market in two days, and begs the 4 0 BARRELS FIRST KATE MOLASSEs
; there be uj i rinittjdi-r.ee and direction eta naval constructor It i is as <;ood a$ the hc t, and chtajt a- the cheapeit. lie directed bv law. planters to call and examine.L'O For sale by

company the of said number ten ziments ol subaltern olficeM may as appointed are provided iii the tzlc] of the Navy Department and to be so Mr. Joseph Si-ilfv! ; r-f M'zseoee' Co., ('.a., ..yj it Sec. 3. Be further enacted, That the fifth clause patent Well and Cistern single and double Rod March 13, 1547. 34 J. R. FORTUNE

'I arne laws, for the ccmpanus of roluntecM onatnutrd a< to render then contcjtiMe, at the brought awav ."' i Wrrit Jroin a iiejro; child, t Ua.;. of the aforesaid article be so amended as to read as Pumps, well adapted to plantation use.

whoe by existing term shall e\rire aj provided in the fifth toast ibK-expense, into tsar steatnrstfthe fir- log to him in a stirt tune. follows viz: The Senators shall l te chosen by the March 6, IS 17. 33 PRINTS OXLY.
I cla.s : and that the aid steamships shall be rom Mr J..h-i J. Little of Whiteivi'le' (;.-... I
section nf the act eleventh of Fcbruarveighteen hun : si qualified electors, for the term r>f four bears, at the
dred l nim! an forfy-scvtn. enacted. That the low t the rjdct t J.cutrn.?;\\Iioshall S be sfect.d b> another ca.e, it cured his mro vvonan of 'J'tma orTope place where they vote for members of the House of -1947.
Sic S. .1nI be itftathrr proTisicns -
the contricri with the :.pprr.val and consent cf the if i.rpn. R.res.ntative. and no shall be Senator FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE
thirteenth eighteen : person a
of the act approved May Secretary of the Navy, and who shall be viitably acoDii.r Mr. Th tf Coweta Co. ( I OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN LEE & BREWSTER
hundred and fnrtj-MV entitled ".n act to authorise taas Boyil. eo., siy. iinic-v he be a white rein, a citizen of the United ,
-4 increase of the raNk, n.l file of the of the .Jafd without chare to the go\trr.ment give it to a tiezro bit who was in bad health; it tateaanIshaIi base beat, an inhabitant of this State IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD 44 CEDAR STREET NEW YORK.
: an army
United State*," be and tl.c aine arc hereby made ap- lidi < f i.1&lstame.rs shall rect-l\e on board fourpa'o.ed bruht avis inunediatrly 3-; crniHe! wai uon for two sears next preceding his election, and the OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM lie; leave to inform Dealer in Des Goods,that they

.. to the regiment of counted rtlemen author rnuUhij men vf the United Slates nav\ who vaeIIanlrtmaiis! soup to this time. la.t veara re-ideut ( thedistrict county for which VIZ : have received, and are now exhibilirr.. at THE

i 4 ised plicible by the act of th 17.'GRUFIV. he shall be chosen, and shall haw attained the ace Scrofula or Kin f, Loll, iVieumalium, Obstinate. WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Ftittd Cofi-
4 and mc ated %\:l tii.ut charge to the pr*t rnncnt: ; and each Pike Co., Geo., July !?, 1 lo (M.Dr. of txventv-live vear Cutanroui Eruption, Piinplet ur Pustule on Inc< coca,

Src.forty-iiv.t'. .in-He it further. enacted. That to each ofthe said teair.erj shall al-o rt-ceive on board and ivoudriifrPLisfornard immediately three Si>c. I. lleitftulhtrennettd. That the sixth clause Fate, Blotch', Bile, Chronic Sore Eye, Ring t

I rs itient of dragoon*,artillery and mounted riflemen ccomriodite without charz'tothecovprr.ment.one dozen c.f %..ur Wcrm S;:n-ific We tiv e C'tllsfur it of the af>re>a'd article be so amended as to read as fl'ornt or Teller, Scald head,Enlargement and Comprising all the
Sfi.t to be appoir.Ud bv the IVstina-ttrCci: ral.who S--uJ it without delav. Re'w> The elisiit'.cstion Pain of the Bone aid Joints Stubborn Ulcers,
in the resilar army ther hal! be added one principal daily. ( ctii.lj, follows, viz: of Senatorsas made New &priu Styles,
teamster, with the rank and compensation of hall have charge of the mail to IK transported in JXO. C'. IIILL & CO. at the first session ii l tae General .Wembly held irs Syphilitic Symptom, Sciatica or Lumbago, and Of British, Frfiit*., and .1 me r icon Jlamifaetmf

) .. quarter master sergeant ; and to each company of the aid steam. M: PrviMeJ, The Secretary o' the Nasy TsnnorCnGeo., December 12, l-l'i. the year 1 15: shall continue unchanged ; one hall Disease* arising from an injiulirimi ute of.1 Is r- which ia ADDITiCN to their usual stock,render

came, two teamsters, with the compensation of artificers. may at hi. discretion, |H-rrr.it a sf am<'r of not less Dr. Wixvlrurt have rt-ccntly crete trial of jour ot whom, as nearly as poj.ibp! shall be chosen for- ctirif,.itct let or Dropsy, Ef/wiurc or Imprvdt nee their assortment one cf the most beautiful and attractive -
.; han s.v hundred tons burden, and engine* in proorti Worm Spt<-ic.c in avery SaJ case with the Ii-ap.iest evt r hereafter biennially for the term ef four years : in Life. .Ifso. Chrome Constitutional Disorders in the tilt ; and havir/iuJ been purchased

SEC. 10. .indie it further enacted That the proa > .n, ti) be employed in the mail crice herein efitct. I think tore of it luau ever, and believe it Poridevliotreeer, and it i is hereby declared", that ins preparation is a combination hitherto ua-
r FOR CASH A5D SHORT CREDIT
viy cases la the 1"I. the term of office of that nasa of Senator unexpi- known in the history Medicine, difTeriog ea- ,
second eichteen hundred and twcnty-eevcn,entitled fttrthtr. That the cornrniation trr said service J. E. ROPER, M. D. red at the first election under the amended Constitution tirely jn its character and operations from the various Are offered by the piece or package on tEe ismt
'. hall not exceed the sum of two hundred and ninety shall extend ant 1 the terms, at and below manufacturers prices.
to first
Monday
: ".tn act tciiin further compensation to the captains expire on. preparations of Sarsapanlla which have been
and subalterns of the army of the army of the Ujjited houianddollars; and that tood and suiT.cicnt securiy THE REMEDY NEEDED in October, eighteen hundred and fifty. at different times offered to the public. It acts specifically Catalogues of prices (corrected daily,) arc placed

: State, in certain capes," shall be so interpreted as be requr.d; for the faithful fulblinent cf the stipula'ions For Diarrhoea Pain and Sec. ,">. Be it further enacted That the first election upon the whole system, thereby brining it in the hands of buyers.
tl the contract. Dysmttry, Cripine Purchasers will inform themselves of tfce. state of
,
.-;. include lieutenants who hold the appointments for Assemblymen, under this amended Constitution under its'diruct and immediate influence. Although
.. not adjutant t) and resimentsA quartermaster. Sf.c 5. .in .' be the duty rf the Secretary of the Navy to contract From the late lamented HOLMLI even if they do not purchase.L. .
Scr. 41. & further enacted, That so much Captain Georgia eighteen hundred and forty-eight ; and the fir>t finely harmless so that it cannot injure the most del
*: : givrs to sutler a lien on be-half of the government of the United State.for Ii.egirnerit. session of the Gencnl; Assembly, under this amend- icate constitution. When in perfect health, no effect & B. have peculiar adfaatazwfcr executing orders
of regulation a* any
t aty army the soldiers he .ramporUtion of the mail from Panama to such BRAZO Sr. IACO, July 21, lsl<). dtd Constitution, shall commence on the fourth Mon is its increase of for prints, which are respectful!* vlicited.
i part cf the pay of or a right produced by use except an appetite -
t; :. -: to upon any at the.pay table to receive the soldie pay port as he may select in the Territory of Oregon, Dr. M. Wood ruff Dear Sir-I owe you an apolozy day in Xovembcr, in the jear eighteen hundred and ; but when disease is seated in the frame and LEE A BREWSTER,

from appear the paymaster, shall be and the same is hereby onre a month each way, so as to connect with the for not acknowledging before this the recent cf a forfy-eizht. carrying fast its victim along the path of life then 44 Cedar Strctt.Jansary .
mail fr< m (latana to Chares across the Kthtnm box cf Dvsentarv Cordial tvhich had the *.
your jou Passed Senate Decer ber 22,14*
abrogated and all reculations extending the rights its mnbstenIotisir.lloenceia felt and seen ; enkindles 23. IS 17. 27 t2S
arid privilege; rf sutlers beyond the rules and articles said i.iail to hi transported in either steam sailing ki.-nlne*. to send ire while in Columbus, far the use D. II. MAYS, President ol Senate. new life, and vigor, and brings health and strength _

of war shall be, and hereby are abrogated.Sec resM-U,.a< shall be deemed most practicable and expedient. of my crrp-s. II. ARCHER. Secretarj of Sonatf. to the suffering and diseased. By the last Arrivals from New York
12Jndle it enacted. That the Pre I tare toun I it a mot valuable medicine, and ouhrezret Passed Hoiue of Rvprtsentatites, December 2?, '. TRCTH is SrinrrcER THA FicnoN.LsTTilE ,
further
be authorise Sic .". .7/.-/ be it further enittitl. That it shall that I have not as'ipply jf it. Whenever toy IS 10. FACTS SPEAK THCMVCL.TES. The followin TT7"E have received a very superior style of
be and FOR
ident of the United States hereby is -
!be the d-it> of tlir Scrttarv t tie Navy to proxidc have f llowed the have ROHERT BROWN V French Black Cloth
men Ho.
!, by and with the consent of the Senate, to add dirf-fninthey invariably Speaker of Rep3. ? certificate is only another link in the great chain ,
:. in the cor.trjrt authori/ed by this art, that the Navy found rciu t.Ve have suffered and s"itfetinsi M. I). PAFV
are Clerk House
Reps.
to the pay department of the army two deputy p y- of testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and Superior Style of U'ool-dje Cloth,
mister ceneraU.w ith the fay and allowances each of Departrcent fchall at all times exercise cor.trol over much fi.'m lvseulry.) occasioned by the wretched !:Fehiuary 27, 117. :,12 ( rn be convinced. What it has done once it will do Bottle Green French "
sail l teuuiihips, and at any time have the right to vvjtcr we have to drnk, but yonr Curium is rriltttiiiz -
q t a deputy quarter master general; and ten paymasters take them: for the esclu-ive use and service of the all to their irvr.tfd htnltutJ rigor. With "Not ire. again. Olive Brown "
with the pay al allowances each of a paymaster ol months after the publication cf this notice, I CHABLESTOTV.V, Mass., Sept. 23d, 154G.
a the army; and the officers so appointed shall cive United macl.iMT Stat.s, aol to direct -uch changes in their m\ sincere thnk-t f. > yo'ir km Inessand best wishes SIX, ipplv to the Htiioiablc James M. Gilchri; -t, This may certify that my son, now aged seventeen Cofiee Brown uCas
s.d
such bond a* the President shall from time to time internal atran nent as the Secretary for jour success. I am jour oSethent ervar.f, Judz ot Probate for Gad-den Ceuoty, for letters of has bee for ten years afflicted with the scrofulous -A L'O-

direct : Profiled, That the deputy paj raa ter cener- of the Navy may re-jtiire ; due | rovisioi being ISAAC HOLMES: Capt. Mion (iiurd dismi- ion Administrator from the estate of Susan humor. At thereof seven years he had I he measles imercs or the latest Style.
male n the wild c'm'racts for themodof ascertaining A fresli nipplv of the above! v'wble! ii.oclicir.t-s, Snell deceased. which probably cau-fd this humor to make its
S. READY
aU shall in addition to pa\in troops, superintend appearance MADE CLOTHIXG.X .
the
the parment cf armic in the field thereforAPPROTEP proper compensation to (the contractors j:1t recirrd and fur sale bv f.ewi Ai Am."i, Dru;- R. I.. EDMONDS, Adm'r.Quinsy. in a most singular way, covering his body :>* Call and purchase those who want< >od bargaias*

S. .. SEC. 13. ,1nd le it further enacted, That the gist't Tallahaj-iee ; al.o.hj R. 'asnniror! P. M ,Manninston December 12. 1 Ii' 21 f inLAND from his head to his feet withsinall tumors. I consulted BULL & PRATORIUS.
March 3, 1 l17. he-ui Couti' Ja-i I'. Heard P M .Viccosooliie
: '. officers of the pay department shall have rank corresponding : a Doctor of Medicine, and examined him January 2, 1S47. 24CHAKLES
with the rank to which their pay and allow Loom CuUntv ; S. F. Hurnev, MiccuaOokie ; SALES. three days in succession, and not understanding his -

a ance* are assimilated: Provided, That paymasters SPRINGGOODS.JKTTO Samuel Puk-.t-.il,, 1iru.it, Monticello; Jami lime, puruanceof leal autborit,), the subscriber will case,advised me to consult Dr. Rogers,of New York, ARCHER
'S .. shall not in virtue of such rank be entitled to command Q'lincv ; Jo-.huj I)ivi it>. ef Gj
.. in the line, or other staff department of the army \ A IIKJCJSART ; 1'. M.. Phattahoothio, anl Wm. Poser, Mir- of Madison County between the hours rf ten and and critical examination, having more than thirty L?. lion of Col. rb.. Mitchell, in Thomas

S. .-:. t Provided ala That the right to command in : chant, Mariiifia.Apnl3. two o'clock, on the 13ih tidy day of! MAY next, the other medical gentlemen with! him at the same time, ..countyneor-ia 83 SlQ.anFebriarj 813.
the fay department between officers having the same now rereivini p r (;en. WiN.n, an elegant (1-17.( 37I following tracts if f land to wit : he pronounced if Scrofula, cr Kinc's Evil. The 2t), 1S17. 31

*a '. rank, shall be in favor of the oldest in service in the ion of Spring and Summer Goods, \iz : The S K 1 of Section -.>:!, } child was then prescribed torand commenced taking

:- department, without regard to the date of commission French ]lit rj. *, E. KAR.\AII, Jr., The S W 4 of Section 21, | In wn9hip> No- I, medical drug from that time. He grew worse until Just Received.

under which they may be aetine at the time.SEC S On hrie
14.Jlnd Le it further enacted, That all pay : eli. that he h.s taken the sturo on tie corner The N E 4 of Section -JO. J coasequence of the mercury that had been given him.A his Marsballa. Also, a fine Cut5T. for sale by

masters hereafter to be appointed by the President l\ain and Plaid Fbck do. of M nr e and Two Hundred ['totstr.'eis. The E J of Section TownsLip I, R s, S &. E. piece of bone came away from his under-jaw, in January 9, Lu. 21 P. A. HAYWARD.
: Plain Rlue
Modi and Pinicdo.1lace
for the volunteer service of the United State shall! -.ej.rv opposite the Court I House, The W 4 of Section 0, 1,149, the first place, as large as an English walnut, a piece
and 1 colored Halzarines and
.- -: be nominated to the Senate for confirmation to such Printed Mu'liniind a ti nral asortn>ent On the IMh day of MAY at the Court House of from his forehead as large as a sixpence, and a piece M. D. PAPY
a : office. Colored Tarlton Mi-I ins ireiiume DltrUS VM) MEDICINES. Every at- JelTcrson County, the following tracts will be offered from near the crown of his head. It then wnt to ,

'. ;; SEC. 15. .Jndlf it further enacletl That the noncomnm Do d Robe erilioii paid t-> orient ot PhjMciar.i anJ Planters fur sale, \n : the back and side, and discharged in three places. j

fr' ioned officers, musicians and privates the Plain do> doOrgar.dic Ml articles warranted oml quality, fair for ta.v. The W 4 of Sec 13. ) From thence to one of his limh.-t, separating, in con Practice in all the Courts ia the ftfiddle

,j .4 regiments of dragoons authori ed to be raised by an Mu lin lie has just rcccircd a vipplv"' SHKRMAN' The C i of Sec 11, S In Town 1 S, Range 5, East. sequence of the ulceration, the muscles and cord WILL OiEce on the first floor of the Capitol -

act entitled "An act to be raised for a limited time Soi.c I> an additional military force, and for other purposes," x Liwi and '-OXKNGE'N, lualo! irtirk-i. anti 1 the most agrce- The N J of Section .3. Town 2, Range 5, S SoOn E. had at one time fifteen running sores or issues Secretary of the Territory.

shall receive the same bounty aj u allowed to the Rich Mourning :Shawl Ginghairs silo\ form admir.nttnni. meihcir.i. -i. the thday of MAY at the Court House of from (he glarsof the throat and tho
{' Don-commissioned officers, musicians and privates Black Berage do do SHERMAN'S PXJR M YVS PLASTERS, (the Gad len County,the following tracts will be offered mentioned. In 15-10,1 lived in Portsmouth, N. H.,

of the other regiments authorized to be raised by Silk Scarfs hcapest and tiet f.last* r ever offered to the ptiUic fur sale, \iz : and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever, which JOHN ERSKINE,

". said act. Superior filark do, for Rheumatu, I'jiium the BackSideand Weak- In Township 3 North, Range 3 West. settled in one of his hips which swelled as large as ATTORNEY AT LAW
.. SEC. 16. -f nd le it further enacted. That the President Borage nest, Soc }'ractionalSectiori .', All of Section 1', three of the other. Being under Medical treatment, ,
Ladies White and Colored! Kid Gloves
of the United States be and is hereby authoris superior Al do do do do Silk do
fV ed to add to the Ordnance Department,whenever he *, S& N W 4 St-c S, All of 23, Then I became alarmed, and sent for a Thomsonian. WILL attend the Jost'u-es' Cessna of Grdsden
.4 shall deem it expedient to increase the same, two Silk and Gingham Umbrella.*, Coughs, A>thnu, lileivlin at the Limes, Consump- All of Section 15, All of 24. His medicine helped hu hip and rtMcred his reason. the Circuit Court of Middle Flcnda.<3
'S captains and six first lieutenants who shall! bo entitled Parasols &, Paraiolettcs, Bonnet Ribbons,assorted ion and its kindred drjCis.es. PaMpMet. containing All of 17, The third time he was attacked with this fever in and the Court in the adjacent Cocmties of Georgia.

*. .a to receive the same pay and allowances as officers Sun White Shades and Itlvk, Silk Hose certificates frntn |M>r-onj in high stamliner, retvrccting In Township 2 North, Range 4 West, IS 12, when hearing of Dr. Sands Sarsaparilla, and November 22. IS 15. 13 tf -

.: of those grades, respectively, now belonging to Slate Klaclc White and Mixed, Hose and half it.valuiMeelects! can be hal gratis, by ap- All of Section 17, I All of Section 30. being perfectly satisfied that all other medicines had _C3-: Sentinel copy.

4 .: that department, to be disbanded at the close of the Irish Linen, hose i/\ing as above.Tallahassnc.Januarv. Frjctionjl Section 20, | failed of ejecting a cure, I sent and procured six bottles NATHANIEL
HAMLIN
'a war. 10. 18 >. 25tf Or, the 31st day of MAY at the Court House of and by the time he had taken it all I considered ,
'.1 i SEC. t7. 1nd&e it further enacted That when any Brown do Linen do and Drilling Cotton, JacL
'0- non-commissioned officer shall distinguish himjelf, TaMe Dima ks and Drillings, Upper Siuvnuucc Spr1tas, for sale, \iz : and lively-color came to his face and lipsi-from NEW-ORLEL\NS.
..? or may have distinguished himself in the servicehe Napkins, In Township 5 North, Bingo 11 West, that time till the Fall of 1S-J I, his complaint never
a.
President of the United States( shall be and is hereby Huckaback Toweling EAST FLORIDA.r" Allot Section 1. SCN W4andS troubled him. At that time he became deaf, which Col. WM. BAILEY, Jefferson Co.)

i: authorised on the recommendation of the command- Scotch Diaper Linen Donuts, 524v J HB subscriber takes Ihi* method of in- landNIofScc2, W kof N E4, continued until last March, when hid right evs became JAS KIKKSCT, Esq.. Tallahassee. Rxrxzrsczs.

k in? officer of the regiment to which mach noncommissioned White, Brown and Black Holland. Scotch Diaper, f;;: JL- forming In friends ant the public that S 1 4of Section 3, Section 21, affected; from that to the left eye,covering the D. LAnD, Esq., Newport. )
,
,s. officer belongs, to attach him by brevet of Bird Eye do., colored Table! ar.d Piano Cover*, I I -hf t.a-. taken a leastn the above i-stjbli--! N of I' 5 ? 4 of Section 22, sight of the eye so that he was in a great measure Febiuary 6.1S47. 29
of rank with the uraal and Fancy Print, Democratic do, Furniture du ment for a tern if aMindill b. prepared to ac- S '
,. 'b; : the lowest grade pay emoldments j Wl.\VlofNI ,) I of 23, deprived of sight.
I of such grade, to any corps of the army : Italian and Fancy Cravats, ominodate Jl who may (attn him \ith! their patonage. AndWofSE.. > S1&NW1Sec2l, Knowing that Sands' Sarsaparilla was. the only K.fomraission. Z. MAUTRN,

I *:"i4 ,, Profited, That there shall not be mere than one so Ma Vienna l do do .i.s rejsrdi the mint ral qu.litics cf the wa- Section 6, ) All of Section 25, medicine that bad ever done him any good, I applied anti Forwarding errhut,
,:/: attached to any one company at the same time; and < < rass d. ten, they canmn t tie nrpaed by anj wattrini place All cf Section 7, All of 2t to Mr. Fowle, Apothecary, at Boston for more. He 101 Pojdnss
street
a' i .:.. when any private soldier shall so distinguish himself Silk Gingham and Ponsjrc Handkerchief> lit America The Soring w ill t.e o ?ned by the first SV1VlufSE4, AlIct 27, has taken fifteen dollars worth, which has removed ,

,-.1: .. ..: the President may in like manner rant him a Cotton and Mu lin do day Mirch. Lhar-je sail be motbrate. and every Section S Allot i' 23, he humor from his eyes and hearing, and he now UYlNG NRW.ORLEANS. LA. FOH
which shall entitle him to additional > attention will be paid to the comforlof all who SELLING RECEIVING, AND
I t certificate of merit may E1ofSW.Sac ti. .Allof 2), appears to be cured and radically so. I verily be-
.. t 4: pay at the rate-c/two dollars per month. Blue Union Dennis Cottonade Marine, favor him with their corn pan y. Tie subscriber is N W 4 of 10, Allot '. 3''), here all this latter trouble might have been av'oi led .1. WARDING, attended to with promptness.RIFCRS -

:, : Siat. H. -And le it further enacted That there Sbirtins, provided with good and fdithlul scrnnts, fine stables N lV4oSE4ofStc 12, All of 31, if I had continued thorougly the use of the Sarsaparilb TO
; 4. e shall be added to each of the regiments of artillery Fancy Stripe Drillings, and attentive hoktler Iot NWj, it, liof 32, when he was under its influence the first time. J.\o. W. ARGYLE, LATHAM &. BA *T,

e;a. .. two companies to be organized in the same manner, Bohemia Plaid, Drown Habit Linan Invalids laboring under the follow ig diseases may }: I of Section 15, All of i' 33, These are the simple statements of the facts of the A. BESTWICK. S. S. SHUT.

S : a. and who shall receive the like pay and allowances 4-4 Georgia Osnaburg, eat assured the .springs will etltct r>r theta a per- Illf 17, .AtlOf 31, case, and I feel it my duty to make those facts known December 3. 1946. 20

i. ., every respect as authorised by existing laws ; and in 2 and | Lowell do inanont cure: Ii popjia, Diabetus, Irolap usUtera, All ot Ii, l1 of 3,5, to the public, (for the benefit of (those who may be Molasses and Fish Barrels.
'i. I addition to the four companies authorized by the act 4-1 English Long Cloth, all I kinds of Scruiuta,Scald I toad.Tcier, and (the va- All of 1'), All of 30.Mlof afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the 'T'HE and will
of March second,*one thousand eight hundred and Linen Osnaburgi, niotis painful disorders of this class. 20, cure has been effected solely from the etfect of this -L undersigned ha* constantly on hand SYRt'P
'M be Brown and Bleached Cottons, The Dancing Saloon will be in nadiness for allwho In medicine. engage any quantity of superior Cypress
; twenty-one, to equipped as light artillery the Township North, Range 7 West, invaluable
p1- : A. .V President is hereby empowered when he shall deem Brown and Bleached Shootings, are fond of this graceful and plasm eier -ise. Fractional Section 14, J Fractional Section 24. HANNAH W. BECK, 22S Main st. or FISH BARRELS: the former.holding from 31140allunj
Fine Sea Island Shirting, &.C., &C., : the later usualk'jah barrel size.
it necesnary, to designate four other companies, one FRANCIS A. HUSON. All of 23, Suffolk, ts. Boston, October, 16.-Then
personally LAPP
a C f in each regiment, to be organized and equipped as April 3. IN 17. 37rocerJen. .February 27, 1S47. 32 3m In T 3 N, 119 V. All of Section 18.In appeared the above named Hannah W. Beck Newport.Feb. 13,1S47. 30 DA L. _

'I light artillery; and each regiment of artillery shall ( .* The Journal", Tallahassee, Advertiser." T 5 N. R 10 Wet.( N J and S W 4, and Eof and made solemn oath that the above certificate, by Just Received by J. K Fortune*

,,1 be allowed two principal musicians with the rates of Java and Rio Coffee, pilachicola,"Times,"Columbus,' WhJ ,"Griffin, S E 4, Sec G. Allot Section 141 her subscribed, and statements therein contained, n DOZEN Ladies fine colored Kid Cloves,
pay provided by law for the principal musicians, in Loaf and Crushed Sugar, Flag Si. Advertiser," Montgomery wiU please copy These lands, selected for the State many years arc true. Before me, /w 4 pieces rich Balzarine.
: of infantry. nee a week for three months, send one paper con- since and lying ia agreeable neighborhood ,.
1 the n-giment New Orleans brown do are JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace. 3 printed Lawns,
't4' i; SKJ. 10. And be it further enacted That the Maxaroni. Olive Oil, taming the notic, and their bills for the same ashove. very valuable. For further particular and conclusive evidence of 8 Crash

1' 4 officer and men of the light artillery, when serving English Dairy Cheese, Pine Apple de TERMS" One-fourth cash, and the other three- its superior value and efficacy, see pamphlets, which Russia and Cotton Diaper&e..* .
; as such and mounted, shall receive the came pay and Brown Soap, Windor ditto fourths three annual instalments with interest may be obtained of Agents, gratis. March 6, 1347. 3?

,'. 2 J allowances as provided by law for the dragoons. Sperm Candles, Buck and Drop Shot, For Sale. from the date of sale, payable annually in advance ; Prepared and sold by A. B. it D. SANDS, Druggist

je' s Stc. 20. And lie it further enacted, That the pro- Bar Lead, Cidar Vinegar, A FARM situated about two and a lfrniles west he purchaser to give bond'with approved security, 100 Fulton street, corner of William, N. Y. State Tax Collector's Sale.

I yleloosof the sixth section of the act entitled "An Pried Apples, &c., tc.LlQDOES of Madison Court House- It consiti of four or if any purchaser shall prefer to pay up the whole >Sold also by AMES.Tallahawe.SMITH virtue ot the power vested in me hy law.! wM

'i2 1 '.i act respecting the organization of the army." k.e., &c. eighths of first quality of pine land.abou1 acres price in cash,a discount shall be allowed of five per & CATLIN, Pensacola. F. B. WHITING.St. Mark, B expose for sale, before the Court House door.IS
August twentyMhirJ, one thousand opened, well watered with 'excellent and ent. on the credit instalments."
.t approved eight ipinps, : and by Druggists generally throughout the United thecitycf Tallahassee, county oi Leonon the'fin*
'?l '' hundred and fortytwowhich allow additional ration Champaign and Cognac Brandy, a comfortable dwelling house. The outbujdings are JOHN BEARD, State Monday in July next, the following property!'*

,t 4 .': to certain officers t the army, be and the tame Winchester Whiskey, Mouocgebala de all 1 new, the barn and gin-house spiciouiand com Register Public Lands for the Puce, SI per bottle. Sir bottles for $5. much thereof will pay the State and County tax OB

4 : are hereby *> extended. to embrace the Quartermaster Madeira and Claret Wine, odioun. There is on the tract a superio- orchard State of Florida ((0- The public are respectfully requested to remember the same for the year 1846 :

'j, at. General and Adjutant General of the army Cbampaige Cider, of Peaches, Figs, &e.; also a young nneyrd, which Tallahassee, February 6, 1847. 20 3m that it i* Sanda Sarvaparilla that has been Lots Not 317. 319,3W, 320 original pfcn.W*

from tbe date of the aetrSJ. London Porter, Scotch Ale, he last year produced from 35 to 40 bushels of fine .", The Savannah Georgian, Charleston Mercury, and is constantly achieving such remarkable cures of 179, north addition, of tbe city of Tallahassee.pVt*
L 5 31. And be itftlrther enacted That for the Ducal Champaign Wine, grapes.. Its character for health is unquestionable. and Columbus Times, will publish the above six the most difficult class of diseases to which the human porting Jlong to Davenport.

.1. : T darp< <> of avoiding unnf cmary expenses in the mil Sperm and 1 rain OiU, &e. fee.' for tale by Apply to tha Editor of the Floridian,or 01 the premst weeks, and send their accounts to the Register ot frame is subject; therefore ask for Saudi* Sarsa- A. A. FISHER. Sheriff,

Itarj establishment, iac iding volunteers, the President BETTON tfHIGGS.. to W. C. KILLER. Public Lands for the State of Florida" at Tallinn- parilla,and take no other. and etoJicM Tax Col. for.Leon CocBfJ>

-rJ; of th* United State b* and he ii hereby author April 3, 1617. 37 January 9,1547. V e*. December 12, 154G. 20 ly Dcember26l54& 13 '- '*

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