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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 15, 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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f tie United BY) AUTHORITY.Stain paned at the stud THE_FAMINE IN IRELAND.-

liner. imioa .[ the Twtnt j-nJnlh CoBgrtu. tide The LDO Timea, il the course of aa %r.
THE on ,
FLORID lINT famine and it,
; thus sets forth the fc cDeDce.
(.uc-No. 63.] "The won ralt i

AN ACT to establish other certain purposes.jxxt routes, and for a winter gloom that will of te never winter i- has focptten J-TirV by awar thi.'

Bt it enacted 6.y tke Senate and House of Rtprt. generation The tciuon has

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From Dixfield through Peru to Canton Mills, in -- -.- ------ --- -. alas voice of nZtu -.,i...u.,_ Illanl
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the count of Oxford and Dexter i iDour Lonisburg ". the Sulphur Sprn: Fle h, From Lawrence count, via ThomasEsta' com ears and sluggish hearthreturned I. vale hu spring
Corinna to Smithyit. Middlf'tow.
Henry
From Neirport through; : man, on Sewell Mountain on the \ho road ,, lVheehing.Delswa.-e county via Yorktown to SAVING COTTON SEED. to men of idle and
in the county of Penoh-icot Den and Hughart'i to Faette Court House. From huntsville to Lebanon From Marion. Grant county: One of the purpose. In ram Lan nenele
From Standuh through Limington Stbago NORTh CAROLINA.From county to.HaCord in Black greatest disdYntag. under h ira tongue of el. .
From Benton* ille to ford
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county which the spoken its
Sweden perien
BarV and Bridgetown to Powill'g Point or Elizabeth to Mnsvie cotton regard warning to men who hug
Nag'Head From Elizabeth in
city to From '
}'m.flrOWfl5rilIe in the county of Piscataquis toKitadhm North Carolina, touching at Roanoke j.land.. From Maion. Cnttenden county'via Walott Der. midd i -f Lfayete.; Tppeao. county via Kossviiie.. to the seed we plant. The popular notion is their indolent miser a. a treasure, far more

Monson Iron Works.by _\bbot.Parkman.Dexter and r ew From Jefferson, North Carolina via Hclon. to on's to Smith', Pomsetf county. ardville. Cocotto to Marion on Grant Michigan county road,Rich that seed run out very rpily. or in a precious than age, of unaided industry

From in'Malne, I Shadrick Grer'& in Grason county, From Dwight Pope county to Clintcn in Van Buren I'rom Frankkrt Clinton to rear and that a fresh Gulf teed" They have tasted of public monpr. sri .!,._
port to Detroit From Johnson*ille or'Murchison's Mills, to Harnngton. ton county Clantou Tp- i find '
counfv county is it pleasanter to live
to take alms
NEW HAMPSHIRE. necessary a new start from. Again on than on :
From Clarksville, Johnson tot PauL From New abg
From E\eter to the citv tf Manchester. From Marion up Crooked Creek to Henderson*'ille. From Rock Roe to Bearkly.county Gate. Kilrail Trenton and Summan's Franklin county ta south we hear that changing seed among different Te alternative raise no feeling of. :1
to
From the city of of Manchester Manchester to Aruher.t.From through Candia, From Albemalefia Mr an'* Mil to Clear creek. I From SarCy. White county, via the'Chickasawcrossing county Napl ob. RmJey plantation, or to and from different kinds of 4bae ent. Deep indeed, has the can,
the
city North Carolna. to b*' Thoma Rowlands to Helena in Philip From Bowhrg; soil, is of ker eaten. Not ofa
South Deerfield. Deerfitld. Xotli bam, Wadle's re'ur county. green, Clay county t: Point great advantage ; and again, that core precarious
Salisbury via Brengle's Ferry to Troy From Little Rock *ia Alexander Mirph) auJ merce, Co- seed two and but
Gen c'unty root
into
or old the
River, Stratham Greenland to Ports more is far heart
years
Fall*.Lamprey From preferable IUpce very
Faltevie. via Avcrasboro to Smithfield, Kinderhook to Rich wood, Izard county. From Wane of J
mouth. Iberlown. county to Wincherter. for that than the seed will corrupting them with
sixty milf. From fort Smith to Tumlmsonvillej Sect county P.andolph poorest not germin- pople a fatal le. !
VFRMONTFrom : Froms Jmett'n in Mapon countv. North Car From Arkan'a Post via Lagrew's spring,to Croc From Aurora COlIY Dearborn via ate. To expose these egregious whims and thargy debasing them by a fatuou de
office connty
West
BaVersfieid Fall v la office EnO'buri to West! Berkshire.post :?a *ia Emmery on Hi9'af rner.to Blairs ket bluffs and Moor Hil to Versailles RIey,, county. Wilmingt set forth what is deemed the correct pendence Act the subsistenC of the year I

and From Enosbu-gh Bri'teewater to post LudlowFrom vine Georgia. From Helena in Philips county via Sprint creek I From Laia-umceburgiu via Wilmington, Iihlsboro'hart's upon the subject, it is not necessary reasning done! -but the hope ofrnany year i il at stake
From Lenoir to Mill in Cald\*ell Oakland office St Francis I :
county in mill
De.11 post -ount) ross Plains and Canaan of the honor the
setement. speak
to Madison ,
Northumberland New Hampshire to Sutton North Carolina tOn mills. Independence count*. JefFerson cou-ty I any particular variety of cotton grown industry, and the indepndence
cia
Vermont. From Washington, Beaufort county, to Durham's rrom Van Buren, Crawford county toFavett ille From Verion Jennings in this country, but to state equally million of men 1" ,
RHODE ISL VND. creek, same count county up the valley of applicable to all. principles The Times of the
via James Gin's Wila Howard's, Hathawn's Big Otter toJtfe- village I 27th, comment upon the
From Prcvidenre. Rhode Hill Island in C'nmbet by Valle field Fall, WetVVentharn ;!in From Cr'd'i Bridge, Virginia to Knott's island. store and Enos From Chrlc"town to New Albany What is Gulf seed > The writer has projected attack on Yera Cruz and the
Diamond -1
Smithfield, Fran Medwav and Holluton to Framingham From St.Ritlgwa. via Bulok': store. Palmer's From Smithvif. Lawrence county to toRichwoodt TJX extensile agricultural correspondence for the an al! aspect of the Mexican war. It think geneI.the <;
li-! princs, Tammany, rit'l stort to Ride'xa I hazard[ county via Thomp on' Vista ana From DofFe ",'Jackson Castle
Depot in MassachusettsFrom "rom Strid.land'l Depot- ,- to Talor's, ridt'_ .. in Criswell's ferry across White=Mis.lount(. shade to SmU"i1p! V'Kalb count county via Poplar last jear or two chiefly on the subjec of cotton will be taken : praise Santa Anna for !J
Providence by Smith*ille or Clay*ille. to i Sampson count). From Whittingjon's, Hot spring county to DaIs, i I Frtm via Wilcher's Cross seed ; and in many letters plantfr' his Judiciousjchoice (, KYM/ Srnu 'mo {
hte.vll
Kilhaglv, Connecticut. From Jetersun via Mouth of Wilson to Grayson Polk county via Mount Ida and Caddo coveFrnm L" .' Roado oFri.i e111.. cn r'm luimauisuiiiiiuii 10 tne 86ea 01 Ji.. t
in the State of Rhode I te i ennessee via n to [ the opinion of' \
From Washmcton Villaee; court hOlst. Virginia. V common
Island via Maple Root Mating JloUlf''entr'. From Eli7abcthtownAia house r>fThom s LwIS via HickmanV Bend. Mill K:r,.u, o...**i.. i' can themrith ,,t Chuck country Cruz will not expedite a peace : .
Hill. East Coheag Hill in"t Grecnwich to \olen- to Gravely. liii!. Point, Frenchman's Bayou, Oldham and Marion Fr-in Columbia Maury county to Willumsport t, hide red far superior. The former is worth u Mexico ha no more nucleus than a com.
town in the State of ConnecticutCOVNECT1CIT.. SOUTH! C.ROLINA. in Arkansas said ,owity1'rii fifty cents to a dollar a bushel, and the later t
I From Earle-ille to Limestone springs, South From Jasper Newton county to Lebanon Searc Spenc via Wallsbridge, Isaac MilUr's, as much less than nothing the value of the et. Some little superior density may, prhap )f
From Thompson via the villages; of Fi.>herville, Carolina. ) county via, Thomas Jones', at the mouth of B g croisigCillm'* rivt-rat the fat shoals to Sniithville a be visible about San Juan d'UUo i
New Boston, Southbridge, Stubnd.e: and Brimfield.tl From Aikcnb) Meantt'.bridge to Lees*ille, South creek I roi r.nton. Polk count*, ('nius-.ce, to CihuMaspring labor requisite to haul it away}! There are liding body may pass through the point with. .?ti

> the Palma DepotNEW 'arolma- From Eldorado,rui"n county to Monroe,Ouacliita ,Georeu several varieties of cotton in this country out communicating perceptible disturb
YORKFrom From Aiken to Burcalow Oranpeburg district. parish, Louisiana via William Chapman's More,Wil- Irti Raleigh via Portersville to toCoinEt, discoiitining first the great mass, which may be called the to the nebulous any Iii .. :
Beaverkill in the county of 5ullian, thro'ColcbMt.r South CaolJ3. liar F Bond's store in Union parish Louisiana and the prtstnt route from Randt'Iph to Bell- common Mexican. Then there is the Mastofti ance mass" .
to Walton, in the county of Delaware. From Lees ille to house mont *
court )uachitacit*.
Oraaneeburg Louisian3.JS.OUR.
of Gennessee, via Roan. rocJIjkigh thrruh Porter" ille. and ( varying materially from all the above. Bathing.-Nothing tends more to the J !
From Lerov in the count From Lew is*'ille to Vance's Fcir.*". ; \ Coving'on pre. t
and Bnx>k*ille to Alexandria Dfernhnrs But there is no cotton" or seed" serration of health well as'cleanliness .
oke. wt Bethany, Ithanv From Aiken to Krwinton From Versaillesia ( Buffalo to Boh,ar Riplev gulf "gulf as r II, =
From \thtns. Georgia, to rt'tdleton. South Car- From Independence via Herl1 fort to Santa FeI IVrnSsiithville *ia Mechamrsville to Woodbury tfferent from that which every man has on his than frequentbathing. s.
From \friht't Corneis in t tie county of Niagara, olina. I From Independence to Astoria in the Territory (.f Fn uSlarta; "P tit Calf Killer riser to its source, plantation. The name is in almost eyeryman's We have often called the attention of the J
Somerset the rountv the Walton road west of Iblrt I
the to in lamt' GEORGI ( old
bv From State( bnd!e in the town of Lenox, Madison From Villa Rica Georjia. to Tjtllapoosa and Sllad Oregon.From Dade court house via Buck Prarie to Mconald. OJic.r'i J.m.:1 Goodbar's, Magnus Looptr toW mouth, but it has no reprscntath"e.- public to the important subject; and now on ) 4 t tthe
count', via North Hay on the lortt po.nt of Oneida .* Grove to Jacksonville, Alabama. ) "t.t fck |1'ut But how came about the idea so extensively of opening the spring when the functions :14 t

Lake lo Camden in the county : I From Covmiton *ia Lotion's store, Indian springs Fn.m Ca!sille via John B. Williams to Fors. the 1 rorrl ra*tle'ille, Lincoln county via. Cold water gulf; seed f In this wise : I of the human body undergo a considerable ;
From ..onh".t'rfin Jeffer"on count*. bv way of and GulleUvilleto Fors*th. From Georgetown to Lexington i and Ktl>'-. creek en the south side of Elk river to In the early history of cotton-grwing in change, especially those of the skin, we would t t '

Shinjle.' cmk. Fowler, "ulerfvie. Edward. and I From Lazrange *ia Vernon: Wehadkee and Roan- From Warsaw *ia OcoIa! and Batesville to Fort hlkton n Gill county Mississippi I a few intelligent and thrifty plan. I again to it. "
Russell 1 to Canton in St. "ounl' oke to \\'fuWPf.labaa.. The Fredonia route to Scott in the Indian Territory KENTUCKY. ad\er i
From !\oT\-icl in the county of Chen by Pl- Commence at "tmon, the Mount Hickory route From Washburn's Prarie via John B. King's to Fromfolambus *ia Biandille to Paducah ters settled in Jefferson county, near where During the winter the pores of the skin f e
mouth, Otflif and West Lmkaen to De Ruter. ',- to end at Roanoke I Arkansas r rontl'aducah via Benton \VaiJ boro' and Murray Rodney now stands ; which place was formerly have been more locked up than during sum. :

ID Madnon county. I From Lasranjje via Houston,to Franklin. 1a\'s'iJt Irom via Homan ville to Oceola to Paris'. Tennessee called Petit Gulf" from an eddy in the river mer, when spontaneous perspiration is more
From Canisteo in SteuSen(" unt ,by way of Purdy i From Faetteillc to Gretmille Fror Thomasville via the, rountv cat of Texas From 1'adicah v'la Lo\e1"c'ie. Elaidulle and just above the landing place. These planters free and frequent, and therefore have become 1:1 ,
Creek, throush Grt West Union to An.j From White Sulphur via Warm to ElUworlh and \\ickliPe to Little Pine Milburn to Clinton ,
nwlo ar springs springs county ) .
the first who cultivated t the Mexican hardened and less active. This is f
-Air j in.n..hn' *. Talbotton From Thomas*'ille to RockbridgeFrojn From 5'restonburg to Ha7.ard. Perry county were among more dry ,i
From Sempronius:Caviiga
landt countv" f From Vila Rica via l'nwdor Springs >his to Lancaster, Schuvler county FrNt via Little nr*, bead of Paintto all know superseded the old back seed about sedentary, or those not engaged in hard man. 3
. From Fulton bv way of. Gilb.rt'l Mills, to Central' From Jh\.f'1 l'actorJ. Social Hill in From Bolivar via Buflalo to Woodbury PamtkVillei thirty years ago, or a upward. And ual labor. t'J' ,:
Square in O-iweRO count*. Cherokee (count'. AU.nvie. Cumming and Coal From Harrison*ile! to Little Osage i From SmttHand via Benton Mafi.ld ltle 'i f I
From the village of Hampton town of Westmoreland Mountain For!*:th county. Crl'ile and Auroriato From Georgetown to Colt camp[ rroJ PtkcMl'e'! Ketituckv, *\\iiteburg and they understoo and practiced the correct the. : Health cannot be preserved any length of ; I
in the counts of Oneida*u Manchester,WalesTille Dahloneca From Sirco\ieia Union Gro'.t to Blythievilie Pound to BI.tl)'.mills in Virginia ory saving cotton seed better than most of time unless the numerous pores upon the sur. n s
and SoY rk Mill to the city of Utica in said From Hawkinsille, to Tioupville From Warsaw via Erie to Wanesille Frum ille via Hale creek, Kentucky to Caledonia their neighbors. New farmers were cominginto face of the body be kept clean and free to : r

county. From LawrLncrvileiaGaineKilletoClarksville.! From \\auaw to Buffalo Illinois the country and the Hunts, Magruders their several important duties. Fre. .l l:
From Pratt' Hollow in the county of Madison via From Talbton. b* Nenism's Mill, in Macon From Arcadia via Big creek and Camp grove to [Continued on fourth page) ,' peror : if '.
Freelands and srfew others were ready to the all in .
supply quent bathing body over \ or j
Hamilton .
Pine Woods to the illage of county to Travelf'r'!rest in Doolv county.From Canf creek in Wayne county \ n :
From South Bern in the county of Albany via Che- \" ( and Oswichee, From Western via Bloomington to St Joseph'sFrom --- them with better seed than could be procured cold water for some thirty or forty minutes, :

tervie. Ormanvjlle Lonjman's Hullo to Coey- in Alabama to 1 Florence in Georgia discontinuingthe Harrisburg. Lafaette county to Rose Hill in ---IV]- S- ;!A :@ g_ elsewhere, because it was saved belter; will mainly effect this object. :
Ia's in the county of Albany. present route from Florence to Fort Games, via Johnson county --- -- -- and being shipped at the Petit Gulf it after a Those persons of a temperament whose re. I i ;
From Delaware county b) Trout Eufaula. From Ikilnar! to Cedar court hou"e The adven- :
Canons.ile Anfcdit'e.- lowing amusirg "
while acquired the name of Gulf seed. action is and bear it 1-t
speedily produced, can ;
Creek to ONepo county.From From Columbus Villula in Alabama,Glenille From Hannibal to I'.ehnonl in the state tt Illinois from
Por Unadila.Je.is, Oran e count,along the line of and r.tal to Fort (James. From Spnnfield to Rorkbridge (Lire', given b) a correspondent writing For many years better seed could be procured would be most benefited by the cold baths, i,: :
and Hudson to the mouth of the of actually took placo in the town ofJ from the Gulf" than elsewhere for the different delicate f;
the Delaware f-aiial WahinJon to Crawfordulle From St Joseph's" via the county seats Clinton Rufalo. reason those ofa or more tempera f i!' *,
Lackawaxen stream. From Colur !, Georgiaia Bomm's in Rus'.l Calwel. Livingston, Linn, Macon Shelby to Pal- : -,111 Ohio, two Jean ago : I just stated ; and subsequently from other ment, as the nervous, bilous or those whose
NEW JERSEY county, Alabama! Union s1rinCs| Aberfoil Farmer hid two daughter, very 1i
mra"I miles distant
tnion of the hundreds of stomach effected I :
parts lungs or are easily -
From Burlington city, Burlington county, via Columbus Hill, Monie7anu' and Nathai ville to Blakely. rom Alexandria Clarke county via the county ladies, in their teens, who countr b s
interesting j oung seed in order that it the baths.Ii .
to uer t'to"n. From Pcnfield to Union point eats of Clark, Scotland, Shl'*lf'r. P\tnam. Mercer, Je was Rodney might may use warm I J t
their notons.; Their
From Burlington city to Wri htsto\n. From Jasper, Marion county, Tennessee, by Ran- [arrison and Gentry to in Atchison county were quite romantic thereby become seed"and which was fact using a common bathing tub with .
From Stanhope to Sfran>burc, Pennslania.From kin' ferr* on the Tennessee ri'cr. Boiling springs to From the county seat of Scotland county viaMoniccll t father was an aris.ocratic member of the no doubt really a as the best. Thus i soft water a little warmer than the

Sjuare :"to the city of New Y Qrk. Trenton Ddde. count Georcia.A'LIJAM I to Quincy. Illinois Baptist church and of course was very particular is that thousands goo planters bate paid hundreds flesh brush and thoroughly, bJo. {
From Trenton, via Lawrenceville to \. in soap
Pennincon. From Bates Court House to Carthage Jasper to the his girls should
From Bordentown.in Burlington county Rek1 From Genera, Alabama to Uchee Anaa Florida county a company of thousands of dollars to a few other body is entirely immersed for hal or three I ILopen

5ton., Jobstown and New Egypt to Freehold From Decatur to Moulton From Carthage to Neosho keep. Now i happened that these two pretty planters who could see and think, for cottonseed quarters of an means clean .

Monmouth county. From Double sprincs to State Line,Georgia. From Palrnvra to Indian creek girls became acquainted with a couple of of she very tame kind they had themselves and aid the action of the skin,and there J
.From Flernineton in Hunterdon coun'y.,via Lebanomille From Abbe*ilk *ia Frt.eman'l Store and Skipper- From Florfda in Monroe county to Mexico in An- Joun bucks, clerks in an adjoining village, in the most profuse abundance. And if the dy equalize the circulation of the and
and Cokesburv to German vallev' ville tc Newton court house. drain county to use common phrase, took quite a blo Iand f .
I seed was better than their own, all the functions relieve the
From Freehold via Turkev Burgen Iron Work From Black's bluff to Poole's store From Weston via Estill's mill to PlattsburghFrom 'em. To this the old purchased any -quiet !
feh in to gentleman was
Tom's river in Monmouth county. From Amencus, Georgia, via Lumpkin Florence, Waterloo via Wood's Mill } and no doubt it was, it was only because it the nerves-remove fitigue-aid digestoD. M
From Fleinington, via Greenville to Rinzoe's Georgetown, Euf.ul. Cla*lon, Luinile.1lontice- to Bloomfield in Iowa very much opposed, a he intended to match w'as sarf d ble. Of the common Mexican produce an agreeable and ? i if ;

PENNSYLVANIA.From 10[ and Trov From St Louis to Femme Osage via the old Bon- his daughters himstlf But 'twas no use talk- seed it may truly said, that there may be of both mind. .

Whitehaen via the State road to Mount From Lebanon to Lang'.ton I homme road ing to then- ) after week wore away, as good seed raised on plantation, from Not byand of the world 1)
Fococo.Ficm. From Barnes' Cros-road'via Indigo Head to Lcuisville. From Tull', Lewis county to St Joseph's in Buchanan visiters.At any are aware i
found the constant -
and men
young the seed now on it, however much it be of the material benefit from this ,
Cambria county. through the county via the county seat of Sotand. Macon may resulting pro. U.
!: En.burg.fUlpmfnt. to intersect the Indiana and From Mjntgomorv to Younz9ille.-changed so a Putnam, Putnam Mercer,Harrison lengtl in order to enforce obedience, the run out, a can be raised on any other plantation cess, and none can be fully able to appreciate IC

Curmnsille mail-route at Newman' Mills post to include Mount Jefferson. I'rom St Joseph's via the county seat of Gentry, old man found himself driven to the necessity ( however recently it may have been sup. it unless they have been in the constant use .. ;

office From Village suing to Aurora post office. harrison[ Mrrcer, Putnam, Scluler. Scotland and of locking up his foolish children, who had plied with fresh &Gulf seed," or howevernear of it for some time. '
From Montrose, ,ia New Milord, to Lausboro. From ruf41laia Abbeille, Columbia, Woodille Clark to Alexander I fall in love without his consent 1
From Pottstown, via Hillega post office Upper to lorida. ILLINOIS prebumed o it may be situated to Rodney. The extreme It should b used, possible, ever day, but

Hanover, Monteomen count, Spinnerstown lucks From UOlble springs to Jackson*'ille. From OtfO via Antioch to Solon's Mills w ith a couile of poor tradesmen. The sweet north or south ougbt perhaps, to be ex. at least a week ifno more. .

county, to Coopersburs. Lehifth county. I. From Double springs b Ash*-ille and Spnngville Erom Cass via Barber's corners and Du Page and girls were accordingly confined on Sunday afternoons eluded from this E\er village should have a convenient I1*f 2 t
)
From Athens in Bradford county, to Smithfitld in. to EltonProm Vermont to Oswego ir the back room of the second And we are perhaps now called upon to explain bathing house or two. Indeed every family t V. >
', to Rome Georgia From La Salle via the south side of Vermillion
lid count) Springs \\hidi fronted the barnyard : a very romantic how it is that such is .
story should have which could i
Frfm Crawford county,via Sugar Lake From via Wilson sheppard's post of. river through Gallowa and Moon's point to great advantage a bathing apparatus, : .
to C Iead"ile. o count*, floe, bac Tuscaoosa.post office to Ja-per. 'ontiac in L'Jwel.ston countyFrom lockout. Under the window was I I denied Horn some particular mode of saving be procured for a trifling sum, and mahap I J I

IPr.town., ounty.vii Doer Dihlsburg and From Jasper via Eldndg to Pikeville. Rock island ia Camden, Independence and pie of M ton!, which had been left after repair seed sometimes run ou o deecac, while would be the means saving a doctor's fee ;I t4 .4

Allen to Carlisle, Cumberland count*'. From Point Smith to Buzzard Roost. James Gingle's to Millersburgh ing the cellar wall in that corner. For threesuccessive others do not. And it may perhaps be of fire times the amount and procuring health ': {
From York York county b* East Brlin. to York From Decatur *ia lrou.ton' store to Ja"per. From Fulton city*u Gcnt'tt grove,Mi,dzlvit Sabbath evenings, the lovers had
admirable it will and comfort the of calcula-
Sulphur! Springs (Petersburg .) *. I From Jacksonville, Benton count- Alabama via I Elkhorn groe and Buffalo grove to Oregon ir Ogle: : chmbfd of the sheets of the bed, as answer our purse as beyond power I' s
by means .
From Bradv's Bend, Armstrong county. to Anan- I Terrapin creek Augustus' Young's! to Van county I well as any way, to insert a small paper tion. i t.
dae, Dut.f countv I Paulding county, Georgia : I rom Rock island via Camden and Hollister's mill I which were let down from the window* by tofore published by the writer on this subject. Bathing at all seasons is conducive to the j !

Fmm Mootoursevill, in L'ccmin' county, lu I From Blount!*ille, by furpheys valley to Aurora. in '{ocV island county. Thomas R More*'*, Berlin, the heroic girls, up to'tbe apartment of their I have been frequently asked in relationto health of and mind, but more especiallyin ..: i

'\arenlvie. Isaac Hailf')'s mill Thompson', From Ashville to r- Oxford in Heur) county and North Franc to imprisoned t lair ones ; and from nightfall un- I the Mastodon cotton, Witt degenerate f the spring.boy Dover Gazette. '. .::1 i .
to Jcrse* shore in said From Carrollton, Georgia to Rockdale, Randolph iendtrsonulle "ambrosialdelight i
Jame did revel in the
Wila.on's. licttl. till I
morning This is considered question ;
county county. From Cedar crf.k mills via Oneco to Monroe inthe rosy an important by t1 i
Fr'm Collomsville, in Lcoming county. na 5us- FLORIA.From Territory of WloosinFrom of love's young dreams. But this : many persons ; and not a few, I should think, Supposed Population of the World.-Nine

quehanna Township to WilhamsiKirt in said county. Pen acola St. Mark', Ce- Olney, Richland county via St Mary to clandestine courtship could not be continued consider that the future success of this cotton hundred and sixty millions human being are t

From M.iintown. lcConlwn,Juniata county dar Keys and Tampa Ba. to Key \ t. 1t".tonFrom' without being at last discovered. One lovely mainly the point. It is strange supposed to be upon the earth :.-of which .
and to Shade Gap. in From Key West by riser Indian river andMosquito tur via Clinton to Bloomington depends upon .
Per Bolmgerstown Mi.t. De the father is said to contain hundred and
Hnntmeton Iils. inlet to From via to Charleston Sabbath, just at twilight, coming that a great error in regard to this matter has Europe one fr

From Warren(ourt,in} the county of Warren,\ia Watts- St.IMar'.CLale.ton.From Georgia by Nassau court house From Greenup New Harmon Salibur, state of Indiana via in from the barn, thought he saw something become so popular. A farmer in the South, ty-three millions: Afic one hundred and fr 1f

burr Beaver Dam Columbus, Wrightsille. Pit,- to Jackon.ie. Fond.. rajviile to Albion ominous hanging out of the back window; in my opnion: ought to know better than to ty-six mion Alia hundred and i

-.-,_ Yniin. -Ub. Jeflerson count*, *u the State From Milton to Sparta From Bristol in Kendall count, via Sugar prove, any
From Brook*ille in the nature of it. There hung the fatal fag of it would be in relation to a millions. divided into thirty equal parts,
road to the same county From Okahumpka to Fort Butler"MISISSIPPI. Grouse Avon and Line to SycamoreFrom philosophical a
in
Smickburg
From Grahamsville in the county of Pike to the Bat'kberry.Josephine Ottawa) surrender, and the old man, giving it a slight : horse, trill he become With plenty of five ofthem will be ChristiansMX! Mahometan, J
I
mouth of Lackawaxen. From Houston to Starkile. From Springfield the seat of government via Hills- .jerk, commenced .the ascent. He was lifted hay and oats, and p cre, I should say one part Jews, and eighteen Pagans. Christians f

From Ligonier in the county of Westmoreland to From Delta county to Panola. H>ro', Greenvie. Carl)Ie. Washville, PindwfY.Ilt :gently from off his feet, and fel himself gradually would not. But goo absence of these, I are numerous in Europe and America, ) .

Donegal Jn the same countv From Pontotoc to Ragsdale's stand. ) Sartoj., Jonesboro Unity rising in the world. Twas a very think that there would be much danger that some in the south of Asia, Africa, and the

coqmlla's From, Redj vie Locke's in Mifflm mill.ountyiatheKisha. From From Fulton Houston to to Houston Columbus. iro From city St Louis, Missouri by BtIf'rie. Sparta, I heavy weight, the daughters thought ; and to he would. The cotton seed notion of running southeast of Europe. Pagans abound in A t

From McConnelsburgb, Bedford count). via \v eb- From Columbus to Hopevrell llurphsboTo, Saratoga and ci.i.t tell the truth,it was a corpulent'body corporate'at our is entitled to the same kind of an rica and in the interior America, some I

.ter'. Mill to Hancock Washington county, Mary- From Louisville to Stark ille. )on the Ohio river which they were hopefully tugging awaj- answer, and upon the same phioopbic rea Asia, and a small number in the north of Eu t J
From Jackson via Piuldnig and Leashville to Mobile From Penn on the Illinois riverpassing tn-week- the window sill
head has reached
But lof f his ; hear rope. t
We a
land.From sons. farmer say _ _ :
'
and frequently .ly
,via Uniontown Alabama. Iy through the county seats of Bureau
Berrysburp, Dauphin county I len 1)
above "
his old white hat '
tn...r. M\riwA. 'MnM :** U.Tof.m_ .rr,."land--- eotinfV----" From HilUboro', via Ludlow and Densantown toCanton counties to Rock island on the Mississippi and now as appeared coo seed run Yes, sir, and if you Population of England and France.- In a
From 1.t..t; Harri8ille.v. Butler county via'J'i I From Warsaw in Hancock county to Oyuacoka via :I the window, his effectionate daughters dropped have been a careless in relation to your pas- letter from Paris, BENiET : I

on Mill From Hernando to Chnlahoma Caithsburgh! to New Boston HO as to intersect the him like a hot potato; and with somethinglike ture.fcnce, your cattle and sheep have "run There is say to believe that the
Vfl1N1 A. From Jacinto Tishemingo county via Danville, route from Boston to Rock island the ofa squashed also. ever reason
emphasis
From O born.fordtScAt county.'Virginia to Letch- New Hop to Matamoras Tenne_. From Dutchman's point via Sherman and Emmett old in an applEdumplng out" deficiency of and French harvest,
Kentuci. Octibbehaw county via Springfield to Little fort the man came to the population of each will
Court House, : Slakie. her support
e Hendnck'i Carroll via and I wilh mother earth ; whilst the two knights of Nazarene n.omen.-iss Plumley, in cntr.
From Wahl'gton county to to Shongalow, county.LOUISIANA. From Milwaukie Otsego( Dulant.Elmsley henceforth be
Mils a ofthings,
Mills, SI\"ie.COlntv.From Glass point to Chicago 1 (tape and scissors, who were not far off enjoy. journal of travels in Palestine, gives this des. permanent I
Mechanic burg|'y the house of James Davidson From Vidalia to Lake Providence Sicily Island, From La Salle via Princeton and Cambridge to I in" the scene, 'made hasty) tracks from the set. cription of the women of the city Nazareth. and not an accident, happening in 1846.-

at the Rocky Gap thence along the valley of Deer creek and Baou Macon. kliller-iburgh I tle'ment leaving nothing behind them but bod. There had been a wedding on the afternoon The population of the British kingdom is near.
the couth or muddy fork of Wolf Creek,by the home From Shreveport to Logansport. From Dundee via Barnngton,Lake Zurich,Gil mer I bride ly thirty millions-that of France rea'che J
the the
and in
damsels and their her arrival
of evening
stricken ,
horror :
of Pleuat Murphy to Tazewell Court House. To From Trinity in the parish o Catahola down and Libertville to Little fort I ily misery, thirty-fire million but the state of
return by the valley of clear fork ot Volt Creek, by Black river I o Howe's in the parish of Concordia From Pittsfield in Pike county! to Carrollton in I own coat tails streaming Jie cool uight air. with abundle clothes. on her head,. was escorted turein each i ia such; to be unable agricu. I
the house of Henry\%. Dms and Rock) Gap to Me- Louisiana Greene county by a troop of girls with music, round a nip. [
chalclbur From *Jt. Joseph *ia Winnslwro"'to Monroe From Wiliamsburg in Shelby county to Van Buren A Darl-;('$ Heel.-There is a capital anecdote the town to the house of her husband,where they port such a vast m of human existence, ;

From Mononsalia county to Warrenin From Yazo city in the State of Mississippiia in Montgomery county of "Kentack" in the Spirit of lite remained clapping their hands, and with the without an increasing and permanent supply I
said county. > the court hou!e of Josequina county. Providence, From Ottaw ay via Norway and Hcldcman' grove the thickness and insensibility from the United States. Tell the young men
From De K\lb Oiling county to Harris*ille. Luisiana. Bastrop to Monroe,W slata county Lou and Cass to Summit Time illustrating heel. Ten twelve "col- aid ofa few drums, making a great noise until of enterprise, in the United State, to go to
Joneaboro'in ofa negro's or
Ritchie county. From Caledonia in Pulaski county to a late hour.
From Pedltr Mill*, m Anherit county to Fan field From Mansfield to Logansport, De Soto parish Union county oied pus'ous" were snoozing in one of their The Syrian Greek women are, beyond comparison farming. HereCer, western Europe wi per. I

ia Rokbrid county. j From Mansfield to Pulaski! Panola county Texas From Chicago via Novesville" ,Jldrirlf. BonaparteWarrenvilleand cabins with their feet to the fire, when one the lovliest in the world we saw many manently require a increasing supply brea.
Mariop county,through Prunty- From Pulaski via Stelc'*,Caddo parish to Green- Snyder' Mills Aurra I exclaimed I smell foot ; stuff for their redundant relative
Pbi the eat of via Elm'pov. of them suddenly : of those of Nazareth who came down with ppulalion.
town,Taylor county and lppi. county wood. From Pulaski, in Hancock county Big position of the two will throw
Bariour county to Buchanan in Lewu; county. From parish of St Landry to Bayou Cltot. Walker' Neck and Cacana mill ahurnin'Presnty he added, anxiously : theirpilcherstolhefountainNahor.forwaterinwhom contaents
From Smithfield on the national road by radon.- Rouge Wa'hinJon.. McHrlde. and Morgan's county Who foot dat a-bjnin: 1" Receiving no an. were visibly united all that painters mayin the balance of trade, permanently, in favor of

sill, KJ Evansville to Philippi. From Cvin ton via and Wadsworthi From Evansville jndiana, via Albion and Fairfield he reiterated the question with still -all that poets dream. the United States, and ultimately draw to A.
awer, endeaver to picture
From Staunton via Beverly, Weston to Parkersburgh to Pear river in the parish of St Tammany. to Salem Who foot dat a-burnin' the merica the great wealth of the world."
proportionof
emphasis : combine perfect
on the Ohio river. ARKANSAS.From From Paducah in Kentucky via Vienna more Their features
From Parkersburgh t Burning Spring and Glcnv.lle .Pine bluffs via Princeton and Dallasport to Marion and Benton to Mt Metroplis. I ay ? lat your'n Cuff?1" Sli no answer; the Greek model l, with the character and It U said that the invincible Arab chief,

to Bultow. Washington.From with the route from Shawneetown to Salia when, drawing himself up, reached his expression of the daughters hreal ; their figures who ha, for baffled the French
From county up Poke bayou via John Martin'i From Friendsville to Albany exclaimed "Jfir of many yean
"feet and
t'incul Boofetourt t Bacbbrg. : hand toward his : the delicacy and i is alibisexpeditions
to Pilot Hill. Tolupuounes General Afric accompanied on I
county, via Catawba. INDAN.o. burnin' I" and stretchedhimself which the finest st _
by Golly
From Clarkfville to Halifax Court House. From Helena to the mouth of White river. From Rockport to Newburg foot quietly form, by a regular Mown eater/a Nan.
From the village of Trenton on Willu river,Cum From Eldorada to Warren' in Bradley county. From Jasper in Dubois county to Paoli, Orange o to deep. rain.- costume of those we saw this evening was well tucket man, lineally descended from
olda
ban county to Columbia in the county of Flu- }'ro Clarendon Monroe county to Surrounded county via Haysville I InonMotber suited to their wearers. Their long hair, Coffin. He sport the

. Yn Hill.From From Lavnworth. Crawford county via Magnolia want to know if you which was plaited, fell over their shoulders, mir barb Mosh dr
From Wytheville to G.aYlo Cour House. Oakland Grove to Des Arqu* Bluffs on to Japer present state road her your preservingkettle ornamented with magnificent lay dolan
in instance
From vuMwton White river. From Evanmlle.Vanderburg via New Harmony and was many profess Mahometanism, but
Yellow Branch, in Campbell county county H"
\ ?
Clay's Mills snJ Arnoldtown to Leeaville. From Pilot Hill to Rockbridge, Ozark county, Indiana, and Grayiville and,Albion Illinois cause a, bow he want to preserve great numbers of gold sequins.and some pearls; deed with the genuine nasal ling wheneverhe
the
From Sperryville. Ripp hannock county, to Rob- Missouti. to Fairfield Illinois We would with pleasure, boy ; bt in others,flowers brilliant hues replaced theM i is going into battle. .
ctyJUj, Madison county,* From Benton. Sine county yia Preston Bland'i From Plymouth Marshall county to Goshen. Elk- truth i is the last time we loaned it your pearl and gold," but al wore the full loose
Salem in RoanokAcounty to Boon in to Perryville Per hart county via the state road between tbo.e point. it effectually that we the ancle which the
FFr] I Mi From Joel Brown'I, Perriman McDmn- From Monticello in White county via Winimac, mother heprwemrd 1 trowters, drawn tight ( Spinning i i. now all the fashion aoaong

"Ff1 nkn Holston county.port office via Holston river to Salt- iel'i and Keo" Mill, through Colbreath'i ettlement Pulaski county.Barber'*,Marshall county and Dvr. have never Been it ince. not unfrequently, w encircled with silver ParisIan laies It w itru by the

lI. Washington county. to Warren', Bradley county. St Joseph county to couth Bend in aid count Well you needn't b 1 sassY about your bracelet! :)the petticoat reaching only to the Dutcheu whO. i I I"or.

the Re Sulphur Springs, in Monroe countyJPrineeton. From Gainesville in Greene county CMsing Black From Door Yll.Qe. Laporle county via Bigelow's old Guess it full of bole when we kuees .nd the under Test open a the brcut. ornamented with gold and ebony; til

t. il Meroer county. river at Shirkey't ferry via Dkwort.. ferry, on mill and '. to Taumong, Porter it and mother wouldn't a truble 1 It II neither boddice tunic,or ja.t but some have been offered .New, ,
Medical bowed year :
From Glade Spring to Emory and Henry College, Fonrche DI county! teed bringing a wheel .
Cent rver. river. only we you hoo between each. an elegant young lady.r" ;
an Washington county. Hatcher', on Eleven point From Marion, Grant county via Etna to Hunting- you agin thing gift o many
From La to Ss.nd Lick in Russell county. From Tellville Marion eoanty via Joseph Coke ton, Huntington county new

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1L.. -_ -- ot.our gallant enemy will fully justified From tht WtuMngttn I completely silence their'.,. and rapid FLORIDIAN:
4.. I. -- I of the 2d dragoons, was ance b SACREMENTO-DEFEAT OF THE. as to tl
Cn Eolt. Major far
'C7 vOT VfP' Smr I considered odan.ger. by conduct of our troop*. Thus ENEMY-CAPTURE OF CHIHUAHUA. I advance of oar column pat them to flight over

: BA.TTLEOF SIERRA GORDA. shot. in th h b i o Gen. t, we understand, has see in HXAD QUAKTXM-Or TRX ABMT ITT ClUHVAHTrAtCity the mountain*in great contusion.Capt. "LET 1. ALoiv"DAYMAYI =

;c ; Ec7TI1WT. pA.K'nC1TLAU. The force of the the lowest, maintaining excellent discipline .ubrdi. of CAiftudtua,M.t ith. ?847.I Thompson oldie first dragoons ace .
Smouk GOKVA, April 1 -10, A. M. MeJcM hi his force. No robberies S and adviser the field .
aid
of% nation large the : on during
is down I have the honor report to you mOT. BO my
the Mexican for. set O( To mark t
t At 12 o'deck, yesterday, a whilst I write devastation or f any sort have under command since whole engagement,and was.of the most essential =
being ore. of the
Mexican army are the ments army my The Adnialstratl aa4
surrendered Ctau
of them) prle The houses
): cs (or rather a portion and with their being sent a. ed the course army. o last official rice to me. Also, Lieut. Wooster, of Ti.

.. oar arm Our prisoners comprise five this, commander being of roadside were lef undisturbed, tbe cattle and my report.of the 8th February, 1847, the United States who acted very cool Whig newspaper are still doS .BBBO*
business the army
their -our On evening e
bout -
stockofmerchaudize tbe belief it .
number of subordinate officers little produce DM been the
Generals vast farmers fibjvctof
: a than provisions of and MajorCampbell tat
easier t del Norte,escorting
: that he can whip them pr we left the 1 Paso galary. ofSprnfeJ
Adminutrition the
.V opinion the tow comm sac about 0000 soldiers. will be sent to stores-even dcn. of about 315 als acted a o rh|
: train caravan Missri &
I them. The generals the merchant or
.. ? About 11 o'clock, a part of the division under fee them will have the tens in the grog shops, on the return the Chihuahua. Our part of the time, but left me andjoined icao-War, to break down General Tajlor. Orer.u4
for
t General Twiggs succeeded in carrying the Orleans ; among you who at the approach of the are wagons city fore Thus Cap. over again, it ha* been shewn tbat there i tw
second of La he having refused owners- Bd consisted of 024 effective men ; 117 Reid in his gallant charge. >1
Sierra Gorda, and the enemy at once appearance Vega just they were left, with force slightest foundation for such a belief; jet,
: Leight my-were a and of the alrtillery; 93 of Lieut. Col. battle of Sa ramento. The f.h enemy tb-
which led to a surrender( ofall again to b paroled. that a few of the decanters privates Chihuahua tinue to harp on th theme, as idetevmi i
to a parley, exception from
.- .. came The second command to Santa Anna is the single Mitchell's escort, and the remainder the frt was 1200 cavalry Durango S.
.& ;: tbe troops wilh their arms, except tbe com. the ace ot spades, a were emptied.The Missouri mounted volunteers. with the Vera Cruz dragoons, 1200 der to effect their party purposes, and wi t r*.
\- de Santa Ant a man as back a 'it at the battle of Cerro regiment gard to-conscience- fairness to
,
Antonio Lopez of the
loander-in-cktef like Stinton. dead enemy in the direction of this place until from Chihuahua, 300 artillerists and Core a breach U,
.. I who succeeded, as usual, in effecting his name something and his Condo were unstripped and undisturbed by progressed infant armed with lassos lances tween the old hero and the Government. It
'If 0. xta, ( All Santa Anna's plate was taken the 25th,when we informed by our spies 120 ranchr badly IBM '
l
wer
: 4 escape, and that ol the entire Mexican cav. dinner, cked for yesterday, eaten by our own our men. The private property, jewclry, etc. that tbe ecemy to the number of 1500 men, macbto"or corn knives, ten pieces a very reckless spirit which tbuleadj men O.1

:t airy, ntrmbering somewhere near 3,000 men. JTT*__ nf the officers, were all delivered over to the at Itseneas the country scat of Gor. Tri artillery, eight, 4 six, and :four. ly striving to cause mUchief. A ahprt
The occupied by the enemy were to be sent to tie friends ol the were matters viI show, that it is nothing b'.IDla
positions and and 6 culverines pieces.
11 ; could I am to saythat Gens Patterson Pay Department as, about Z5 miles in advance. punder or rampart P1-
1 as strong as nature, combined with art, Smith were sorry both confined to their beds bysiknes deceased officers. There 't1 not a singlecase When ve arrived on the evening oldie 26th, were commanded by Ma). Gen. lignitjr which prompts such gronndlest ca .

I make them and could you but see them whilst and were unable to go into the fights of robbery complained o. by any of the near that point, we found that the force had Hendea, general Durango, Chihuahua, So .First it is .idthatTaylor was odne

1 : reading these lines, you would wonder at their commands officers. It was whispered trrong the soldiers retrratet in the direction of this city. On the nora and New Mexico ; Brig. Gen. Jestima- Grande with a inadequate force, torhl, ,,

ii surrender. The Sierra Garda,tbe most prom that in removing Santa Anna's specie chests I eveningof tbe 27th we arrived at Sans, and ni, Brig. Gen. Garcia Conde. formerly mnis t. destruction from the overwbelningthe

St inent of the defences, commands the Jalapa From the .,' O. Delta. into the camp, one of them dd accidentallyfall I learned from our spies that the enemy in great ter of war for the republic Mexico, enemy. In this it is forgot, that the DUb t

I road for two or three miles, and a heavy FURTHER PARTICULARS. rather uolenlly a rock, Lcd a few cat- f force lad fortified the pass of the Sacramento a scientific man and planned this whole field to the Rio Grande was ordered bjr thead, m'r

battery here, in the hands of skillful men, rolled out whether they vere ever p.rk.. and Governor Tri Taylor himself,with tie avowed view 0 G
: The American loss the Mexican loss-Thefortitude ings ; riverabout 15 miles in advance, and about defence ; Gen. Uguerte that

:, .. would keep an army in check for many a day, of the Americans- contrasted with ed up, or if picked up, if theysver got back:. the lame distance from this city. Wo were I as, who acted as Brigadier General on the the best expedient to prevent a war,aod tt Ii h.
The importance ascertain
d
t : if not entirely prevent its passage.made the weakness of the ilc.rwans-Surgkal into Santa Anna's pocket,wa Over alsr informed that there was no water betweenth field, and colonels and other officers withoutnumber. not suggest that more troops were nectuarj fo
.
into. h
of this was soon apparent
point inquired
ed nor particularly that the purposes.
'; ratCapt. Mason. we were at and occupied by .
4 .11,_ Rnd l lut flight about 12 o'clock, a piece papersoftb3d i inst. arein pint -
/\ I Our loss in killed and wounded in tbe battle Thn New Orl'ns : we therefore determined to bait until Our force was 924 effective men ; at least Next it is said, tbat be wa not wi
;;;r neighboring em. from the Mexico furnihe
',.' { ." v cannon was hauled upon a shot of Cerro Gordo wi not fall short of 500.- possession \We condens ityof the following morning. At sunrise on the 28th,the last day 100 of whom were engaged in holding horses supple and means of trmprt. to enable him
which after sending sundry upon .
(" T f inence, of little avail and in The proportion officer killed and woundedis to the 9th ult. from tbeaccuunts.Gen. of February, we took up tbe line of march and and driving tcams pursue tbe enemyafter batl"01 the Eth and
found
I .t I the enemy, was stormed; and less than in our previous battles. The Mexican items of intelgClce formed the whole train, consisting of 315 hea. The loss of tho enemy was his entire artihlery of May. I this, supposing it ta be true,it it forgot V,

]J :1{ '- the morning Sierra Gorda was" loss was about as great as our own. They11u !IOr.tl's so gallanly defeneffe ( "y traders' wagons and our commissary and 10 wagons, masses of beans and pinola, that the view with which he advised march

.-O a sale'retreat', l yl raTTinV&a ,'witfiTiTs'B; ; otncers-one 01 v\nom was a brother ol captua.i0-n'/w-V"rc, T Utfl Imh" ,.!? ru Company Wag<'..., l\v rvr ool mne, ,K-. .l.. and other Mexican provisons, about three bun. the Rio Grande precluded all idea cumbrous th r

f" H guard,.several miles upon tbe Jalapa road. (.ieiz. La Vega. :Many of the Mexican wounded er arrest, on their arrival at the cap1al! ., br. tening our line so as to mako it more easily dred killed and about the same number wounded paration for war. Peace wu the object c. _and to p

r In tbe meantime, the other defences were die of their wounds, though they were attended Santa Anna, and oidcred to Guanajuato pr tected. We placed the artillery and al the many of whom have since died, and forty nuh him with heavy means to invade the ar.

$t ."- ;;. being stormed by our troops. Three forts, not only by their own, but also by our In the city of Mexico civil order rigned, command, except 200 cavalry proper, the prisoners.The wO'JI have been to order him forward enemj'icountry

. situated nearer to our camp and upon three surgeons. There was a great contrast, which but the Picaunc says that the tone of he papers intervals between the columns of wagons. We field was literally covered with the dead one purpose, and to prepare his army for a lo

heights adjacent to each other-each commanding illustrates the superior fortitude of the American breathes nothing but vengencc owards thus fully concealed our force and its position and wounded from our artillery and tb unerring fereut one. very d

| the others-were the objects of attack character and constitution, between the the United States. by masking our force with the cavalry. Whenwe fire of our riflemen. Night put a stop to Then it is said, tbat be was ordered on to Monte.

I .;. ; and the carr)in:: of them was the task baril'and conduct of the Mexican wounded To the amount of a million and ahalf of arrived within three miles of the enemy, the carnage, the battle having commenced a. rey with an insufficient force and again

of the Volunteers. The centre of these The Mexicans tobe dollars we made reconnoissanco of his position and bout three o'clock. Our exposed t r.
one our own. appear payable m-mthly, the Clc-r;i of the : 10 was one killed, defeat and disaster. In this.it is forgot,that
,
'1 foils runs further in than the others, and this utterly prostrated by the slightest wounds, and. Archbishopric of Mexico{ have bwn2 them- the arrangement of his forces. This wo could one mortally wounded, and seven so woundedas himself said, be did Dot take Talo

,. ; being the object of storm, the advance of the evinced their despair and weakness by loud la.mentations selvestothe Government. The clerjy! of the easily do-the road leading through an open to recover without any los limbs. 1 cannot because the more such trop to Moots-

t ft' dormers had lo undergo the fire of tbe right by crossing their breasts and different bishoprics are to do the &am- prarie valley between the sterile mountains.'I'he speak too highly of the coolnes gallantry rey. country was thovght
would be difficult
subsist
it to
and left and .the centre-tbe latter of which weeping like children. The Americans, on pass of the Sacramento is formed by d and bravery of the officers men under my a larger army im
I it at that time.
t I prudently withheld its fire until our men had I the other hand, bore their sufferings with man. Still Later. point of the mountains on our right, their left command.I ing

i *iC' 'f. approached within forty yards of the guns, and l ly fortitude, and with scarcely any demonstrations Continued triumphant of Jmerican \ extending into the valley or plain so as to narrow was ably sustained by tbe field officers Again it i said, that the Administration, ia or-,

; then the dogs of war were let loose with such of submitted progress the about 1 miles. On left Jackson dering a notice to the Mexican Genera] that the capitulation
pain or sorrow ; they to the I Arms-Jalapa taken without a stugglc valley to j our Lieut. Cols. Mitchell and of the first

; f ... fury, that oar men were driven from their po. most painful surgical operations without complaining Perole, the renowned Perote, delitcvd lo was a deep dry sandy channel of a creek, and battalion, and Mai. Gilpin of the 2d battalion; of Monterey should no longer bind o

: fcition with great slaughter-the Second Ten- ; and, indeed, appeared to feel pride Gen. Worth, with all its armament' up between these points the plain rises to sixty and M
I i ncsseeans, who were in the advance, losing: a in the consciousness of having given proof of feet abruptly. This rise is in the form of a and did the most effective service in every part Taylor's victory. and thus injure him in

I .' large number in killed and wounded. Before their devotion to the honor and Hag of our re. Since the foregoing was set up, cur New crescent, the convex part being .to the north four of the field. It is abundantly shown in the opinion. In this, it is forgot, that the "diDi

; iv the Volunteers had time to renew the attack! public.! Capt. Hughes relates that as ho wasapproclng Orleans files of Thursday last have ben received forces. On the right, from the point of charge made by Capt. Weightman with tbe tion did not say, but what Taylor with know!

tbe enemy had surrf'ndered--drit'en, as they our hospital, he met three privates additional, placing us in possession of mountains, a narrow part of the plain extends section howitzers, that they can be used in edge he then had u to the probabilities of peace,W

had been, from their position on Sierra Gorda. Mounted Riflemen, who had just ing intelligence. north lj miles further than on the left. The any charge of cavalry with great efiect.- justified in his terms capitulation; but they"ers

.v- Taking all things into consideration this has I had tbeir right arms amputated, and were qui. leans The U. S. transport from slcamslip New Or. main road passes down the centre of the valley Much has been said, and justly said, of the gal. ordered to cease, because the Administration, pith

been a great fight, and a great victory, onei i ctly walking along whistling and chattering as Capt. Wright, Vera Cruz, says and across the crescent, near the left or lantry of our artillery, unlimbering within 250 other and later information than he had, saw,a the
the Delta of the Gtb inst.
calculated! to shine brilliantly in the chapterof nothing bad happened. Capt. Mason, a gallant nin armed last eve dry branch. The Sacramento rises in the yards of the enemy at Palo Alto ; but how time the orders given that tbe motives with

those achieved in Mexico by our arms. jl I Virginian, the son of the lamented Gen. :: mountains on the right, and the road falls, on much more daring was the charge of Captain which he entered into them, woold not then apply

The Mexicans cannot say, as at Vera Cruz, Mason who fell in a some years ago, had She left on the evening. of tha 29th ult., and to it about one mile below the battle field or entrenchment Weightrnan, when he fifty This, surely, was no slur upon him ; but, rather, I

t that we stood off a long way, and whipped his leg carried off by ue cannon ball. Shortly. brought us our corre pondence and the latest of the Chem'e ascertainedthat yards of the redoubts unlmbereVitbin enemy. was doing what,with the same information,he would

.::* them with superior guns, for the small arms I after undergoing amputation this brave officer papers to the day failing. We proceed to the enemy bad one battery)' of 4. guns, 2'' On the frt of March we took formal possession himself have done in the first instance.
before readers.
did the business here-did it against superior received his friends with great cheerfulnessand lay our nine and fix pounders on the point of the of capital of Chihuahua in the name Next, it is said, that while Scott was sent to tit
I We would in the meantime
4 numbers, assisted by all tbe defences nature indulged in many a Ihelyjcst over his have conversed, with state that we mountain on our right (their lef) at a good of our government. We were ordered by Gen. field of glory near Vera Cruz, Taylor was left in fh

was capable affording them. But what obstacles mic1."n. an intelligent passenger, elevation to sweep the plain at the Kearney to report to Gen. U.ol at this place; region of Monterey, a a sort of honorable banish
who the New Orleans.: He pint
: came o\'cron
: can be thrown in tbe way of Americans THE GENEROSITY OF OUR SOLDIERS. that he understood had says where the mountain extended furthest since our arrival', we hear be is at Saltillo, I II meat or, else with a force which might might hue

-what impediments sufficient magnitude: to The kindness of our men to the wounded of in Gen.Taylor with Gen. Scoot succeeded and that i plain.! On our left (their right,) they had another I surrounded by the enemy. Our present pur. ben easily cut up, attacked, by the main forceiof
bar communicating ,
them from
victory, once the foe is encountered the enemy was as conspicuous as their fortitude the object of his despa'ch! was the formation battery on an elevation commanding the : pose is either to force our way to him, or return the enemywith even bal courage. In this.tikiaf
? The American! soldier works with road and three entrenchments of two sir Bexar of either alternative' of the accusation it
., under After the battle was by as our term service expires i forgot, that
over ofa mutual between
suffering. them witha
? heart and soul in his cause, and that force they seen on side the understandirg ders, and on the brow of the crescent pn. on the last day of May next. the Administration designed and tiicd to a
every lifting ,' their prou.
uew .brce
t which stops his progress can almost boast of poor fellows into easier positions, supping I descent joining the city of Mexico.preparatory to a centre another of two six and two four and six I have the honor to be your obd't serv't, force to strengthen both Taylot's and Scott's dtvisioa

performing a miracle. them upon culverins, or rampart mounted on car. A. W. DONIPHAN of the but in
buffetted its
with water and binding their wounds. pieces Army was purposes,until
boasts tha' still
The Mexican up Santa Anna there is another I .
force on the height of Sierra Sturdy fellows who, few minutes before riages ; and on the crest of the bill or ascent : 1st Reg't Mo. the last hours of the late session of Congress
Gorda' were tbe-3d and 4th : Thermopylae on the road between Puebla and C. .0. l.
light infantry, tbe were charging against the with the between the batteries, and the right and left, Brig. Gen. R. unreasonable obstinacy of whig oppotion. Folk'sadvice

*, 3d and 5th regiments of the line, and 6 pieces most destructive fury and enemy determination Mexico. they bad 27 redoubts dug and thrown up ex. Adjutant General U. S. A. had been taken,Taylor would have command.I
nitboul falter
savage Scott
of with the pushes on stop or : the
... artillery Col., Obando requisite number of car were now transformed by victory into destructive storm of Cerro Gorda delays a tending at short intervals across the whole [This last letter of Col. Donipban was accompanied r a larger force at the battle of Buena Vista; or, if
airy. chief of artillery, was kind who watched no ground. In these their infantry were placed by sketch of the battle-field of had
., killed and General nurse over and assisted day or au hour his unwuiJ march ; a a there been no fight there his increased force
: Vazquez, general of dhifcion. their wounded enemies with the most tender boldness, an and a activity and were entirely protected. Their cavalry Sacramento. It represents the different positions would have enabled him to proceed towards Luis .
l' energy masterly S
( Many of our officers of drawn in front of
was the
were redoubts
opinion in
\ care and solicitude. The circumstances, too, beyond all parallel, he has passed through theconsiderable up the ( of the enemy, and of our troops at different Potosi as it was the design of the Administration
; *hat this general was no other than Gor. Mo- intervals 4 deep, and front of the redoubts .
. were not calculated to kindly feelings two periods of tbe action. The flank I
? -.,-- arouse very town Jalapatravened tbe dan. move he should do, instead of keeping him in the back ]
: .l.lca. I on the par of our men. Tbe cowardly gerous and difficult road thirty miles bcjond, deep, so as to mask them a far as practicable. ment which the United States troops took to ground. So, it is not the fault of the Administration |)
Our force consisted of tbe 2d, 3d and 7lh infantry When we had arrived within 1$ miles of the
advantage taken by the in tbe turn the first position of the is .
particularly
and enemy raising and with the old vanguari cfthear. enemy that his forces were so small. I may b mentioned
mounted appears
riflemen, and Steptoc'sbattery. entrenchments along the main road advanced .
: white flag after they bad killed so many of our my, under the gallant Worth, befcre the far we set forth. It was, indeed a brilliant ac. also that the amount of his force was regulated by
) 'Capt.Iason, of tbe rifles, was severely men from their secure defences,and just at tbe famed castle of Perote. This BastJe the cavalry still further, and suddenly tion. The United States forces of
wounded lost his so renowned consiste General Scott, and not by the Department at Wash
,' having left leg. Lt. time when diverged with the columns to the right so to 024 Missouri volunteers with four
a bloody be ,
was to taken in Mexican the a pounders
vengeance history as (gloom aslum ingtoru
Ewell of the
infantry, was severely wounded. I gain the narrow of the ascent
for the severe loss we bad incurred part on our right and two 12-pounders bowitzers.Ve lost but .
and unfortunate Revolution
Capt. Patten, of the 2d, left hand shot ofT.On } disgraced I which the discovering, endeavored Reviewing then, the whole coiure of the Government
caused to
an almost irrepressible excitement and enemy 1 killed, 11 wounded.
the 17th Lieut. Jarves of the ists, of the unhappy victims anarchy and towards General Taylor, we are utterly t
2d infantry prevent by moving forward with 1000 a
hatred in the bosoms ofour cavalry The Mexican forces the
men. They could of rabble but still fanilar all on contrary, mustered
I was wounded in ascending the first hill. rage, more to and .i of in their loss to see what the whigs can say to sustain their
pieces cannon rear maskedby
scarcely be kept cnem'diarmed 4220 rank and file and had with them
t ,
Americans of those brave
ofuntithe as the dungeon men look the of the
On the of Cerro Gorda the c we at par
top scene was them. Our I correspondence
and then they w safe. movements were so rapid that 10 pieces of from arg.
4
perfectly American artillery, varying to 10
1.
whose cruel the first
truly horrible-from the Jalapa road, dead soldiers wrongs gate impulse to we gained tbe elevation with our forces and we find tbat Taylor was entrusted with the very
resolute and irresistible pounders and 7 culverins. The
.. : bodies of the could be against an the spirit whence this war sprung-this strong the one-pound largest discretion. The Government, after inform*
seen advance of
enemy on in time form
everyspot our to be.
armed foe, would not raise their hands wagons Mexicans lost about 300 killed, 500 wounded
against castle with its of ,
where the eye was directed, until they prison battery enormous fore they arrived within reach of our ing him of its object has left almost entirely with
unarmed and all
defenceless. guns.- their
.. literally covered the ascent to the guns and powerful defence, surrenders to our The artillery baggage, stores, ammunition; him the for effecting that
height. halted and advanced arrangements
we the head ojet. D
GENS. enemy and the rest of the the
,! PATTERSON SMITH AND troops were ( memorandum
QUITMAN. without blow. If still stands
arms stone a
There is half an acre of level ground on the one of our column within 1200 yards of them this seem to indicate a purpose to break bio down

::. top of the mountain, and there was collected Gen. Patterson was on the field under fire, upon anotherofthis gloomy monurmntofMex.icans as to let our attain the high lands,and so to the diagram states) scattered to I the Administration tc be abused, because it re
wagons the four winds
,
;' together the wounded of both armies, and the though seriously indisposed and greatly weak. sevility and imbecility, tbe flag of tbe form as before. ofeaven."l posed so much faith in him?-And.in this connection .

o. .' .; dead of our own. Side by side were laying ened by sickness. He was unable to take 'stars and stripes' wasesover it, and American We now commenced the action by a brisk From the ,V
: tbe disabled American and the Mexican, and command of his division, Loth on account of cannon and American lAoaets bristle around rire from our and the unmasked CAPTURE OF TUSPAN. whigs have tried to use to the prejudice ot the Administration .

i. : our were busy amputating and dress. his physical debility and the seperation of the its now invincible walls. Not here docsScott's and battery enemy TiE -we cut icismn.
surgeons mean Comparing
commenced also ; Cur fires proved effective The U. S. transport schooner Gen. Pat. Tay
". ing the wounds of each-lotting them in turns, two--- brigades., ,under. his. command. which. wereoperating army rest its wearied limbs. A threedays' at this distance. 15 men. wounding terson, Capt. Jackson, arrived yesterday morn- lor'\letters with those of the Department, they say,

.r. :. unless the acute aius of some sufferer further ai Ulereo ana distant points. I march will preciialed our victorious col. and disabling one of kiinJ enemy's We ing from Vera Cruz, sailed thence that the latter are hesitating and confused,while the
guns. having on
along caused hinrto, cry out, when he would Gen. Smith was severely ill, confined to urns into tbe warlike town of the ancient : had two men slightly wounded and several the 24th of April. former are plainstraight-forward and manly. While
his cot, and thus lost the Tlascalans.
occasion which Pusbla whence marched the
bis
be immediately attended to. horses and mules killed. The then Capt. Jackson reports that on the day of sail we do not deny what is said as to Taylor's letteri
brave heart warmly panted for of valiant warriors with whose slain in enemy
The pioneer parties of our men were pick. his s leading Loies slowly retreated behind in some ing he fell in with tbe American squadron, neither will we, for the purposes of this argument
.. gallant rifles in their brilliant hand to hand combat ( his fa. theirVork
leg wounded, and bringing them in from charge against ,
up the C confusion, and we marb in our twenty-five miles north of Vera Cruz, Com. no matter what the truth may be, deny what is said

:'. every part of the Ascent of the height From Gen. rro. mous Bridge of Corpses"-witb its 60,000 former order, still diverging more to the rightto : Perry in command. The squadron was returning of Marcy's.. But,this much we will cay; if the com
Quitrnan
,, did not arrive on tIle field inhabitants, will yield little
: to
the side toward the river where the our armr.- -
,. stormingparty until the avoid their battery on our left (their right) from the Tuspan expedition. The parison b correct, the true explanation cf it will nt-,
- -- day after the battle. Our gallant And then-but let us look no farther-let us I
ot uenerai Twiggsdivision made me Southern and their strongest redoubts, which were on Gen. Patterson was boarded from the U. S. teily discomfit the and destroy their cbae.
charge, most of our men suffered, and many regiments again lost the opportuni. await untilbe Cent will justify it, before we the left where the road could whig
of near After steamer Scorpion, and received a mail. Marcy not preis and definite and emphatic
their passes. b
ty showing The Alabamiansand of exultation
of the also for metle. rise cry and rejoicing over
.. enemy they made a desperate had marching as far a we safely could without Capt. Jackson learned that Tuspan was taken because he bad yielded full discretion to Tajlor
If stand but when and Georgians the misfortune to be omitted the last great achievement left to American
; they gave way, slatted in the coming within range of their heavy battery on on the 19th after severe resistance and therefore, for the most part, contented himself
of the value the Apri
in confusion down the bill the time programme storming of capture of the city of the Montezuraas
was they '
our right, Capt. Wcightmaii of the from the with
most suffered of them Monterey, and they sorely complained on artillery, troops. The Americanshad advisory suggestions upon conjectural facts el-
". -many receiving the was ordered to char e with the two 12.nound four men killed and about__ _ftturtfcnrmm__,___ __ cept when the facts were such as to be peculiarly
of it. .
account like
A .-
misfortune the Dtlta.
Correspondence -
Cerra of n
Italia nf__t fair_ men____ In_ lfiir___ Vtnrbc___ _._ Gor. howitzers be -
----- -- n n to
supported by the cavalry un ded. Among tbe wounded four officers within the of his knowledge, in the case
do were range
The charge on Sierra Gorda of those coming so close upon the time of their JALAPA, April 22d, 1847.: a 0
1\ was one der
disbandonment has doubt Capts. Reid, Parsons and Hudson. Ttie namely : Com'r. ; Lt. Parker the facts which induced the terms of capitulation
'' cool determined no given these Editors Tattnal slightly a
I yet ones, so characteristic of gallant regiments mortification and cha Dtla-Gen. "orlh approachedlast howitzers charged at speed, and were gallant severely ; ; I Monterey; and then, of course,orders would be giv
: the American soldier. From the time that great evening five of Pe slightly
or leagues
.. .: : grin. Iy sustained by Capt. Reid; but, by some misunderstanding and Passed Midshipman Lowne, slightly. en accordingly. the other hand, Taylor exer
:.., : our troops left the hill nearest that prominent rote, and entered the city We had 0
'" MEXICAN PRISONERS. today. my order was not given to the Several guns of the Truxton were found Liming his discretion, and being fully advised of the
height, tbe fire was incessant, and had to accounts last that it had l been evacuatedby
they night other '
,. two .
companies. Hudson, anticipating mounted on the forts all of which of his could write without
There Capt up position
: were at least 6000 Mexicans taken were circumstance
their foot foot until the .
fight way, by they gained soldiery who spiked all tho before
guns my order, charged in time to recovered and
give board the with
ample brought
on and,
Cerro or
prisioners at Gordo. But few who squadron. any conjecture supposition tbreore.
,t oJ!, the summit, from which place the leaving.
the
enemy gave to howitzers.
support Parsons Other articles
were within the entrenchments Capt. belonging to the Truxton were more definite views. The relation of the parties,
': ...} ,'. way, after a very short resistance. escaped.- I am extremely glad to have it in my powerto at the same
moment likewise
to and asked
camo me recovered. After
:. .;. Our victory is complete. Those of the enemy Santa Anna kept a large corps of reserve out. state to you that Gen. Shields has improved for his retaining posses then, will explain the difference and without any
; { who side the batteries, all of whom escaped. much permission company to charge the re. sion of the town from the 18th to the 22d inst. discredit to the Administration. Nor can Tajlortfriends
}: escaped, were driven in all directions since my last, and Lieut. doubts ,
The want of immediately to the left of capt. \eigbt. tbe force was withdrawn and embark, leaving find anything here to of. His
't was severely felt in tbe who complain
the and
:i' ," by pursuers, many of them cut Cnalf" came from him this HammOUd'j man, which be did p
i 'rY' rlrto-n'in! the road. pursuit _of fugitives. If Twiggs had had i a probability of his recovery.evenin of the very gallantly. remainder however, the Albany and gun boat Reefer tion was the beat posrible. S(a from there

"t --General Twiggs, who followed them after a cavalry force of 1000, he would have to. Most of the wajons here will leave'for Vera ment were dismounted two battalions of the the-It Ileri. I under Capt. Breeze, to -guard and command anything- in this eerrpsnondene to show spite It.u

I .* taking Sierra (;oroa, approached within three ken Santa Anna and all his army. The officers Cruz in the moiTiiiig, and if it is the intention charge and during cavalry the place. Taylor, every portion of it.( the contrary, evinced
'; : who were taken were the bra. following rapidly on foot, and Maj. It maybe proper to state, that all tho forts the readiness of Administration to do him every
miles Jalapa, and finding no force of the prisoners to remote early, will retard it for ten or Clarke fast
',,: encamped for the night. lie is in the vest and beat in .the Mexican army. Gen. twelve days. the advancing as as practicable with of the place were destroyed by our forces.- favor and honor, which his great deeds entitled bin
i'1 f ; enemy remainder of
I town before this time. Jerrero is ati old and experienced officer, The number of killed and wounded, on our from battery, we charged their redoubts There being no further work on the coast for to. Will the whigs SI. he was promoted to th*
.
t left
: right to with a brisk and dead. the Commodore .
tbe who has long commander the castle of Pcrote. side will fall far I squadron, Perry contemplated highest military position to him, with the design
r :, Capt. Merrill, of 2d Dragoons, returned not short of 400. I hive col. ly fire riflemen while open
I When the Texan Maj. Clarke openeda we learn, a movement towards the interi.
-f: :-': from Twiggs' camp last night, and is of opine prisioners wete confinedin I lected about two thirds of the names, and will rapid and well-directed of destroying him? Then, no mere 0 thn
: fire on column of with a.fine of 2500
a or, tars
,,4' that gloomy fortress Gen. Jerrero treated thoroughly idle
and
; ion that nothing but a small body;guard is with send you a copy when it is complete. The cavalry fctious charges against the AdniitrtionUhl
.4.:.1' ,, Santa Anna. them with great kindness and generosity.We .- alteration in some of the reports plays the attack the attempting and to pass to our left so a to organized, sbouldaucb a.step be deemed advise

::;r Santa Anna's private carriage was captur. trust, that on this account,n well as froma devil with what I have. Bat in two days all well directed wagons force our rear. The fire & able. ; Candidates f the Frtsldencj.

,4' ed and his effects regard to his position, he will be kindly and will be right. CHAPARRAL. s a to them to fal back; I is amusing to witness the movements of th
O' ; & amongst was found the sum and our riflemen, with the howitzers Correspondence of the Washington Union.
cavalry
/; of 818,000'hic is now in the hands of the hospitality treated by our citizens when he cleared after BALTIMORE wbigs, in reference to a candidate far the Presidency.

.;1J and additional of visits New Orleans. .JALAPA 23 10 A. M. obstinate resistance.Our .- May 6. They are certainly at no loss get one. for tura
quartermaster, an leg cork, April forces advanced to the brink of their LATER FROM t
'' THE SOLDIERS OF VERA CRUZ. Eds. Delta very EUROPE which way they will, numerous mea are to
for his An proper
: .M. excellence's use in case of emergen. express has just got in redoubts and attacked them with their sabres. The
steamer Caledonia
*'j : cj. | Tbe defenders of Vera CVuz, who were re. from Perote. Gen. Worth reached that town When the'redoubts cleared was announced this b seen, peering conspicuously above the political
and the
j. '
bat.
were morning, at 9 o'clock
,. .,;" I noticed one officer of the enemy, shot leased on their parole, are viewed in a very yesterday at 11 0' dock, A>M. He found teries in the centre and on our left was si. miles at from a telegraphed some horizon, and all supported by a clamorous train o
sea Boston.
.. :;- through the head.OH Sierra Gorda who was unfavorable light by the Mexican Government. it completely avacuated by the soldiers of the lenced, the main battery on our right still o'clock the first At half-past two adherents. The difficulty with them,is.in selecting

: 41 4:_ a conspicuous man at, Vera Cruz. I Morales, Landeroand other of the officers who enemy, and a Col. Vasquez left behind to sur. tinued to pour in a constant and fire con. the despatch a to the characterof I from these, the one who will h fittest for their pur*

: Gen. La Vega M Do Is again in our clutch. were in command at Vera Cruz, bare been render it with decency. An immense num. it had done during tbe heat of hUT the ax i She commercial sailed ne\v__ n_ by_" _liAr_. .r"_a/.. .l.... poses. One set prefers Clay because he has Deea

., ;i' cs, looked as dathing and fine as e'er.- arreste for cowardice, and sent toGuanajua. her of small arms, the big guns of tbe castle ment; but a the whole fate of the battle engage de. and from Liverpool on the 19th ult., beaten s often, that it is due to his running, qualities

: : lie did not seem' the least disconcerted, but imprisoned and tried. Morales is especially and city, and ammunition, were taken possession pended upon carrying the redoubts and enteen consequently has made a passage of scv. that he should b tried again; another le n

a ';t rode in from I the battle field, by tbe side of charged with exhibiting feelings of of. It was unfounded, the that tre battery, this one on the right remained cen. -In the days. the banner o Scott, because be has been 1 oe

"! ', : Gf n. Scott, laughing and talking, as though friendship for the {T. Slates, and baring tbe guns had been spiked in the ce repr, they attacked, and the enemy had there rallied five un. ult., sales Liverpool of fair cotton market, on the 18th spoken otis a candidate, that it would b a pit to

c 'i he, was once more fa the way to New Or. declar publicly, in Jalapa and elsewhere, were found in excellent order. hundred strong. bowed Georgia was mae at disappoint him again; a third is for Webster, b
vain resist Americans that Gen. with about 7J to 7$ ; Mobile, 7| to 71 ; and cause be .God-like McLane,
: leans. & i was to ; they Ampuia 3000 cavalry, Major Clark was directed to leans i f a fourth is for

I Gen. Shields was mortally wounded, and were better guardians of the happiness of in a on, was near the town I heavy fire upon it, while Lieut. Cols.commence Mitr.hell a The, 7$ to 8d. per lb. because there i nothing pariclal objectlonabU

4 ana I hear this morn g that he is dead. lie Mexico than her own rer. He advisedthe when our troops enter it, when he put off. and Jackson, commanding the lit battalion last corn market in London, throughout the in him,except that he do go ', Ca enoogft,

p; beared most gallantly, and his mishap is ladies of Jalapa tb in town, and Santa Anna no been in Perote since were ordered to re-mount and charge the bat., fortnight has been has been very active, and a larg with tbe alitoDi.t; a fifth i for Cor ,beca-.

detpl/deplored. assured them and the people generally that the fight at Cerra Gorda, and he i supposed tery on the left, while Maj. GUpin was and buinel Indian and done, both in wheat, fr having hD a wagoner,he can u the lash well I

j Gen. Pillow was \\oundcd in the arm, butt' they would suffer no harm or outrage from tbeAmericans. to be somewhere in the mountains. In haste, ted to pass the 2d battalion dire corn, the depression he showed i bJs late speech in the Senate 5Phiiaowncountryasijth *
on tbe the latter
prevailed end of March
slightly. We' sincerely hope ibis atsur CIPAJUUL rough ascent of the mountain on fo'up opposite way to buoyancy i and activity. ,ha given rana u a flag (orTqIOlabecause
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teat peculiar ground of preference, tutted to their r which hare been taken by our forces, GuATTENTION Ju RecelWe: Strayed. ------ ------ .

pective tastes but that there is no common platform a is endeavoring to rs a new army to meet ours. AT LEWIS.Medicines... of new an 1'ROM St. Mirks O the 3 instant two .acte'; C. 'I
and which they can all Some think he will nluale mmong which are I RSonea taU b y.Lemvy mane .L Covety5
tt principle policy on try to fly the country, lest the : tb hold their Court
lowing _ and tail, a of white hair wi next o 1M M
tiad,together.Ifoir dissatisfaction which is evidently]' rising against him DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS, his neck, nine ring ten partially and a fast encircling dar Je. Retaris day. 4th o' I. Jobj1 o

we would Dot expect men, who are guided should lead to his assassination. TONIC AND RESTORATIVE BITE AN pacer. The other a roan o hone Jeu, ole light i ministerja. .1. W, Swo said Jr l"aq'tl.
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bv inch different roles of preference to be very haru'onioos It is rumored that Taylor has effected a communi- Designed P0e for, and will Cr/mc. ) Livl mane an tail,rather,a Spi hors ,*ev sz. eight of te o 0 C Un .tem.D'

; in their action. They are not led along by cation with Scott,and that they are arranging to concentrate Complint. Srofula.Jaundiceand all kin. year in a a natural When lu they docket, aWt.be under r b olp
resulting a disordered were i
dre stomach of Charles .I.
o or neighbnrho plan 4ret
jority ol
the PIne impulses nor persuaded and influenced by their forces in an attack upon the Capitol impure state of blood. tation, maig way towards .PweU" vr held 'hUr h Ini oft wiW .

the Mine doctrine Their only' bond of union ii anegative DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, Tomu.ie cl .b 'Hpble ( paper ra in

one-opposition ;jto democracy to the will RELIEF TO THE StTrrKi-co I ISH.-The follow The safest,most effectual,and pleasant preparation lib nwrd wi b paid for their return to Hoij.( 0 fox th..at tbe C9\
ing letter will show the amount of contributed before the public, fo the eradication Worms in St lab, or if up and information given
of the people.and consequently to the men whom the money children adult o C.

people bare put in power* Such union: as thus can. by the citizens of Tallahassee and Leon county PURS.to orders Samuel Spencer,Colonel o HULL'COUGH te may b found. .. ____ __ JA-E- BAR... J... P__
A. J .. r,
(or the relief of suffering Irish, and that the : Regiment Florida Dragoons. Will LOZE"GE. RtDDI G.
money M.
th : you PKETIHT
to it all WEST. J.
not last Already we begiij see breaking. Whig Cosmpton. case EW I'.
are hereby notified to at usual cuaa E MADDE. May 15. ,5,7.
thus raised, has been appear your place of of
properly Cod Asthma Pains in the May 8, IS41. 43
in their appropriafe Spitting 4
papers are disagreeing aid$ growing warm rendezvous on Thursday 20tb instant, at 10 of Blo. _: t S .
T o'cok. and S
differences. The Georgia papers will serve our purposes Col. ROBEKT ALLHAIEE. May Sh. 1647. A. M., completely armed and equipped, for inspc.ton. Complaints. Also Breth., al Pulmonary Plantation for Sale. Ice.Houe_ .

.
for the present as kn example to Ihoour G.UoBLE. Ity order of DR. FEVER AND AGUE PILLS I
HULLS
bow the S Chairman of the huh Relief.\edi*: L. A. THOMPSON Capt. Comd'g. Well a safe, certain and effectual M GR sale the Plantation known U.I THE lc.Ho. w b opf every mJ *
whigs ] a
rtaders are getting along. cure : ; in Jefferson Snda, excepted) } o'clock
F. H. 1st Bianca. ,
FLAGG Sergeant. for Fever
Sra :-I have received from the gentlemen of the and Ague, Chills and Fever Intermittent : had wh.
ic at 4
The Journal Sf Meutnger, just established: at per and .
May 6, 1&47. 42PROPOSS and all other Fevers. containing 3,01 or at S
Macon i is zealous for Tayl r. It denounces the course committee appointed at the late meeting of the citiZens CenttperBox. Price reduced to Seventv-fiee of land, of which are U.: Fort\e'. store,after bOr. pni .per Jh. ;
of Tallahassee to solicit contributions for S upwards of 700 now in cultivation in cotton Tiket. are issued and sold at his store for
of Certain papers" which still cling to Clay as th For certilcatl of recommendation and other in. This Plantation is ,oi C1h J
sitnated in
.. suffering Irish the total sum of nine hundred and of United fHalei, ( the above the most desirable eah 4
carrying .IaiZ concerning Medicines, future N. B.
and ill.advis.raw see
unfortunate ill-judged exceedingly FOR part of the State, being within two miles and a half Ic.Hou will he opened Satur.' ,
the lit of Ib47, to the 3th of advertisements, also every
ttrenty-nine dollar andfjty cents, which I have September pamphlets which may ob of Monticello, the day evening at 6| for the
The Augusta Chro.Jc1e.Snttintl., another June 1851 inclusive the State of Florida,wrll tamed of the Agents. b county site,where there is a Post o"cok. accommodation of
remitted, agreeably to instructions,to the Gen b Office, various Churches. Schools those iahinw, ,t i,__ __ti.-_
whig paper. hating been warmly encaged: in extol your received at the Contract Office of the Pot Orfict I 1fsy R J.A". j. "5- & and within a blanket. and- th Shrh- I --"Y. .".. .
eral Committee in the City of New York. t. in the until A I.. wenty-five miles of Tallahassee, capitol oib the Io OYe night ia very little,
ling Mr. Clay takes all tjm to itself and becomes part men City o Washington, 9 State. It is well watered I Apri 24. 1M'. 40
Iherein their of the 15th of be th throughout, abounding in ,
enclose receipt for$5 S3 00, July.lS7. (to decidt 'sy lot ,
quitewratby. Speaking of what the former MJS,- strings of the finest water and i.
of August) on and yi manner und remarkbe. even
and hate this day remitted a check f
was ever a greater absurdity attempted to be palmed specified, viz.: healthy neighborhood, for uninterrupted Notice *
tim
of the S.W. R. R. Bank agency for $40 50. health. On it there i is a very good Dwelling House, :
:
off upon the good sen:-e <>l the Clay whig, or a $9 FLORIDA. with piazza all around ALL petsons indebted 10 the ef James j
Your obedient "crt';a it, containing eight fine rooms, "l&e Lynch% ,
more ridiculous attack upon their honest feelings.' J GEORGE ANDERSON, Treasurer. 3533-From)ack"onie. by Brandy Branch t> besides servants apatments Kitchen, Sore Room, -deas. Lie Q Marion County. Florid,. ar. ,
As it progresses it grows warmer and indignantlyasks Alligator, 70 ,. a week. Smoke House, House, Spring or Milk. riTX nneV mak payment lo the .ub ribet a

-" who has constituted the Journal &. Messenger TALLAHASSEE COTTON Lave Jacksonville every Wednesday at S a. m., GREAT &c..all in good order and repair. The Negro Quar- ana will aji thO (dad against said estate" !
them
1.nKE.necfi'ed Alligator next day by 5 p, m. ARIA ers,Oveuefr"HouseGin House Plantation Stables, present! to Mme: duly> within .
the judge and censor in the matter in which it since our last only eight bales sold I Leave Alligator every Friday Sam., arrive at 30 Bushels, or of Fences, 4.C. are also in goo order and capable of Sc.commodatingone the time require by law. or they ale.te bare Q( ,

bu set up to lecture its brethren of the whig press f* follows at 10 c ; 4 at 10j. No Sea Islands receive Jacksonville next day by :p. m. Dr. Gordon's Pills negroes. There is also' a reovery. lIE FERGUSON. ,

The whole article from waich we quote exposes very : 2 bales sold at 17 c. We have per this daj's 3534--From Key West by Miami River Indian Family .mall but unfailing_ !_ __water.. power o which there ia a Cry.ta River. Bnton .,April 24, 1641. a:
of who River and Mosquito Inlet. to Charleston 700 miles If: vast soil 1 demand for this 1..IUI now in operation.
admirably the fully those whig are pretending mail the arrival of the T1 increasing new and I JI'
Caledonia fifteen das later To
and back,once a month. jttitlt celebrated medicine and the numerous a go purchaser this property will be sold Groceries
such zeal (
Taylor. ; from Europe. She brings an improvement of i a j Leave Kev West from the ICth to the20th of each cur- ihi, re dill efectin' -llportions; of !h. I I low, a owner is about to remove Possession A. FULL assortment just recif .,H r....1. i._ !
I -
After quoting the lollow ing paragraph from the c. on .-merical cottons. mouth, rru. ot Charleston frith ail pr'i.e.hleilp._ country where (W; n 1'luc 01 ivspepoa. I also b disposed of, if desired by the person buying pru o, 1947. yj I
.
Journal t Messenger viz Breadstuff have materially advanced. Sales made pa'ch! _, Liver COlllinb. and liillious: Diseases, I :lot o corn and part of the stock now on the place. -
.' We had supposed thai the developments of the I Lave Charleston on the 1st of each month.arrive with their well Sick Headache, Those yvishinz to purchase would do well to Boots, Shoes, and Leather .
in New York since the news hate been at old prices. at with all I &.c,.bu induced the undersized to make arrangements e.
practicable I N
Key Wtt despatch. I amine the land while the is hand
last 12 months had made t'o deep an impression on present crop growing. O agi to order cheaper than
and at a slight advance. Proposals to run from Key Wtst by Indian Key to receive his stock direct from the piopnetor, mae ever .
,
the nation to leave tile Iwoof a doubt on the I For term, apply to T. BRATTY, reidl on I bfor o this city Call and see. and
and Key Lar o to Miami River bt water, and thence and would!say to their numerous cusk iners. I that they i I! : we
the that ,
Binds of ant one as to the*proper course to be pur- Plntation. and will he happy to show wi satisfy, you home manufacture the
C3-:: TUE friends of WILLIAM H. ANDREWS bv l and water via Inlet, Indian River, are prpaKd ftf supply them wholesale and retail, at 'I are
Jupiter ; The
I attention
cued and while it has been matter ot regret that circumstances ln' Montgomery Flag &Advertiser, Col urn- chept. of Planter i is invited to
a
haveconspiredto lorce rt.n. T..*lor pre. r petul. announce him a a suitable candidate Mu!qmto Inlet and Smyrna to St. Augustine, wil be New Yoit pnres I t'us Time,Savannah Rlpublican.Charleston Courier article of Negro Shoes for one dollar.

maturely before the public,we have felt that it was for :fce"f Sheriff of Jcflerson Count, Fla, at considered ; also for portions of sail route to bj pe-I THOMAS M TURNER, Savsmnah. Columbia South Carolinian and Richmond Enquirer, made ol the best mates ials, and warranted not to rip !
bid tock of these excellent l Pills received
clued in A larcf jUSt S
of those popular mottmenN, which will once month let January and send Prices for other kinds of work will
one a respect the election in October that copy found to
next, believing til : correspond
for the great source of all political power would not ; no one 3i35-Frorn Milton to Sparta, I!miles and back and "'r !le, at 25cents |er b,. with full directions, hif!!to thii Ofce. and one copy of each Repairs of Boots and b, Saddles and- .
i> more deserting the office thin he, or more wortht a week. t bv : : MILES ASHand KDWARI) parr Harness ,
,at short
allow us to disregard. This course was the most onl I IE\H.k AIE containing tl T. BRATTY.S notice. Harness of quality
readily adopted, becausa it accorded with our own the suff-a;e of the voters of Jefferson. Leave Milton (\'er Tuesday at C a. m, arrive at I RX1. .iaha e, Fa and on enquiry will Monticello, Florida. made to order. _ every .
all and the South
Sparta next day 5'p he in towns villages in H. -
feeling of propriety." May 15,147. MANY I by m Ilund May i. i&47. 41 U \HI. H. W. '
VOTERS Leave Sparta at 6 arrive at an.1,1.! nLN.
t\eryThursday a. In., Qumcy 37
The Chronicle & Scninel concludes, Apri3.15n.
commenting ,I Second round of Quarterly Meetings for Tallahassee Milton next day by :p. m. MaySIl7. 42 Cm Bar and Billiard Room.. I .
thus :- 3r)15-From to Fort Butler miles --- ---- W.
Uldrlc. Okahumrk MONTICELLO. FLORIDA. MKinney I
General Taylor,then according to the Journal Troupville Circuit at Trouptille, June 5 6. and back, onre a Ruse
3; Messenger" is "forcrdiprematurely before Ike Tallahassee I Talaha..ee. 12-13. Lea\'l Okahumpka! every Thursday at C a. m., ar- THE undersigned respectfully informs his friends ARTIST, ,

public." and still, itsats, tfy course(that is,to foru Hsrchlton ue 2>>-27. rice at Fort Butler by the public that be has opened a BAR AND HAVING (taken Rooms af" Banner Hot"Mon- t

him before the public.) was the most readily adopted Madison! .Pine Grove, July 3 4.Thomasvie" Leave Fort Butler every at arrive BILLIARD ROOM in Monticello. on the Wet side Fla...very resnectfully tenders his er-
,became it accorded with our own feeling vfpi oWe .Spring Hill, 10-11. at Okahumpka by of the public square, for their accommo'tion. and ices to those who desire faithful and accurate Lik- *

? 'I" .Spnncfield 17-IS. 37-From Iffsacob,h.' Apilathicola, Sf,Mark's solicits their patronage.; His BILLARD i is nesses of themselves or friends,w hicb be trans- J
hare to say that i iCdid not accord ith our Monticello, u .. latwotKk 2t 23. Cedar Keys and Tampa Bay to Key West, COO miles one of( the mot approved pattern, excellent mitted to posterity indellible wi the past. i S

.. feelings of propriety" to "force him prematurely Mat 15, 1S47.- p. P, SMITH,-P. and back, once a month. Tin success of these Pills in curing in a few order. H BAR is stored with the bejl. Wines. Li. Hw Likenesses are warranted to please. Price S ,
before the public"and hence we preferred a later action 33-The Seutmcl will please copy. E Leave Pcnsacola on the 1st of each month arrive where all othe remedies have failed, and I quart Cigars: also a variety of CONFEC Monti ello. March 27,1847. 3NewStoreandNewGoods i.
and decision upon this)miwrtant question. We at Ket' West with al practicable despatch that, too, in cases of twelve and eighteen months TIONARY. Hisrooms will be opened at all hours :

can appeal to our readers and the public to sustain Horse for Sale. Leave Key on the 1st of each month arriveat stdiidnip;-warrants the artJn. that if taken according -I day and evening; and, by strict attention tobusinessand .
us in the assertion. that we did not ., prematurely" I Pensacola with all practicable; despatch 'to the directions, they are certain a desire to please, he hop to give general sat .
start Presidential question and we will take! occasion A GOJDserviceablestnallsized HORSE Proposals will be considered for parts of Sid r.ute. A lung list of certificate in proof I of their cure.-I isfaction to his customer C.l and see him. hi the large brick edifice, on the corner of Monrnt .

to sav to those who may difler with us uponIt. \ 'fur sale, works in any kind ol bares, to be specified in bid, and for wafer service from : bility might be added but those upon the directionsare S BARRINGTON. and McCarthy streets, opposite E.Baar. !

thtt while ire seek not to dictate to oilier, ire _ _.and rides tolerably wtll-is a fine plough Pensacola to St. Andrett's Bat and "?t. Joseph's!, or deemed sufficient Try them and be Mont icello, May J. 1547.. 41 DgSlo,and near the Court i. S
shall tubmit? to no dictation from them" horse, ha vine a tail walk Apply to either and from St Joseph's by Und. to Apalachicola that tliet are the mOt effectual and cun\'incc, -- .Ua/t Haute, will be found t

wfite May 13, 1S17. 43 J. R rORTC r and thence bt water. very best remedy ever uttered to the public to insurea bel'115 Sale.BY A.GENXBAI. ASSOKTMCJIT I R
If a democrat were to in this way' lie would 3">3"-Fr"r St. Mary's. Ga by Nassau C. H Fa. pcimanent and lasting cure virtue of a writ of fieri (facias issued from Fancy, Silk and Staple Dry OJ Good,

be ridiculed and told that fear 01 whig success under Jersey Wagons for Sale. to Jacksonville, 51 miles and back, one a week. UJUC />STORE, Lowdes Co, Ala., > the Clerk's office of the Superior Court for the Bonnets, Hats Boots and I

Taylor prompted it. Well we are content to let Two WAGuXSrOIO.ALE Apply to Lea\'f St. Mar)'I every Thursday 1 p. m, arriveat April jy, JS43.. 5 County of Le.n,Middle Distric of Florida,wherein Wood. Crockery Shoes.and Hardware Ware 1
Jacksonville t ninn nr Flnri i. .s :. Wiow. SaDe ,
next day b
the whigs manage their own affairs We will standby : R FORTCXEJust ) S p m. Jr. G. A" Tylf:-Dear SirThis ta certify ) R"n' nhintiR.n Rni" Glass tc..
Leave Jacksonville F. Adm'r of R. C. Allen i is defen
e\'pry Wtdleday at C a. m, that, after mini? many pr paratioh fur the cure f' Alen. decea.
and watch their movements, assured that they received direct from Havana arrive St. levied and for READY MADE CL.OTHINQ
at Mary's next day by 12 m. L'hills and Fever,and expending some fort hae upon expose sale
will do aU that is neces anto. defeat their part,ana 1 BALE of Gras Hammock, tars! in phtsiciatia bills without any ben v-fn d91-1 before the Court House door, in the town of Mon. coisisrnra or THE FOLLOWING: I:I'

thereby sate the democratic paity anytr\ hard exertion 2 dozen assorted Pre.en'e5, ..VOTESEdch cured a box of Dr. T)ler's Fever and Ague ft. ticello, on the first Monday in June next within le- Ladies Earicge and Muslins in dress pattern* 'S'

for that purpose! Out of a multitude candidates 10 duz superior S,'.rup_Ra"bei ry,Oranfe.Orange proposal should be accompanied by a guarantee one dollar, which cured me effectually, after I cal hours,the following described property to wit : Tarltoo. Organdee and Painted i r '
Flower i-c, 24 sacks superior Hat: Cotee. ,sipned by one or more responsible person, in suffered with tins distressing and unpleasant com. The South J of S 11, Book. Mull, Swiss and Jaconet 1lusli' .
their wisdom will be to pies cut either from 17 Brown the manner, \'iz. : The i of ion 14, '
Sugar
bags fnlo"inl ;ilaint for twelve months. I hate known them usedin Welt f In T 1 n Plain, barred and stripe Cambrics
being elected. (boxes White havana Sugar, undtrincd guaranty that _, thirty cases and not a single box has failed I beiee ThieEloftheSElofSec.IC), Sad E White and black Tarlton Muslin, \ |

!Meanwhile as matters progress, we will give our 3J/WJ Cigars of the very best brands. if his bid for car 'ing the mail from -to- tem; to be the very bet and most safe and certain TheEioftheNE4ofSec.l5j Black Crape, black Bariege, J 5 1 .

readers an occasional inkling of \big quarrels to Mat 15, 1S47. 43 J. R FORTUNE. he accepted bv the Postmaster General, shall enter J cure (Jr ami-and fever that can be Used,and unequalled u\.ie upon as the property of said defendant and Green Bariege, Black Lace and Lore Veils. ill .
into an obligation prior to the 1st day of September a a tonic restorative in all debilitated conditions I to .old to satisft said writ of fieri facias. Ginghams, fancy solid colours. k
show' them that those who like so much to amuse Notice. next, with good and sufficient sureties to perform the ,of the ststein. E. MYERS. SMITH SIMKINS Sheriff. Bariege and 1n.n SbaI.I.. .
embroidere
thefaseltes at the diusioas of the democracy hate SIX month after da'e, I shall present my accounts service proposed Price $1 t per box, with full directions For sale, April 26, 1S47. 41 Do. and Silk Safs, ..

not;ct learned the wholesome lessen which would vouchers to the Hon. A. McDonald Judge This should be accompanied by the certificate of at TalahassP', Fla bt LEWIS 4. AMES, MILE Fancy silk Handkerchefs. :

restrain them from makingraerrj at their neighbors' of Probate in and for the County of !Idi.on. and a postmaster, or other equivalent testimony,(that the ASI. EDL-HD B.oR\RD. and on enquiry By the President of the United Linen S
apply fur a discharge e a Administrator estate guarantors are men of property and able to make h e in al towns and ,'i1bge South and States. D do. Hdkfs, plain. and, I
11
confusion while their own houses are cot jet set in !. of John W.Richardson,late of saId Ci.unty.deceased. good theirguaranty. \"t. embroidered bem-stithe S
order Until tbeshifshevexedupoua i leader! S. B. RICHARDSON. .The proposal should be sent lo the Department Mat
:_ __ : : Madison County May 15, 1S47. 43 Cm sealed, Proposals for Haute .Xu. _, Silk, metahc: and velvet Work Goe. i
in -," and addressed to the first assistant Postmaster Tannery for Sale. Black, white and fancy Pokr .
Mitts.
favored with any more ot tfccii sneer; ,! NEW BOOKS, &c. General. SALE, by :he subscriber, a Tannery imme- White and black twist silk Gloves !
For the prohibition of bids resulting from romhi- I FOR adjoining the city of comirismg Lisle Edging, Muslin and j
Inserting
I per Brig Rudolph honing biogra- diaty Talahu Egin {
Battle of Sacramento. JUS reei'c of nations, and the terms and conditions on which the tats, two large by feet Black silk Lace, 1 to .
Randolph 5
Col,Domphan'i report! of this battle. will be. found history ot Frnce.noanok.Nidlec' complete in 2 tols. contract ment. is tube made, see C.the JOHNSON last annual, advertise length and width and two kitchens 1 by 20 feet.- Thread and Bobbin Edging and Lace. 5 .
There various fixture bark Parasollettes. and
I the Roman Republic, __ are pumps two mills Pol. Sun-bade
ant to turn their eyes from the scene ot larger operations AreHerbert,bv W. Sewell, .1"r c.n....r. turning bya- cog wheel, running by horse IJwt'r. a .trw and fancy Musli Bonnets "
POST OFFICE DEPAHTME, April 21, Misses China and do. .
II for rain well
Aunt Ritit'. Tales bt' Maria J. Macintosh IE,1. cistern tta'er a ,a brook, with abundant d. '
in Mexico even though there is nothing there Schiller's Revolt of the Netherlands, May fe, 1547.. 4: tI5July.Peters' water, on the border of whicn the vats are placed.The .- Bonnet Flowers and Ribbon. .

but what will fill them with pride and a higher estimate The Book ol Travel, in Africa Ho le'. Games lot includes 10 or 11 acres of first rate ,. n. TN pursuance of law, I, JAME POLK, President Lutestring Ribbons, assorted : .
of their countrymen to scan a far-off field in I Mason's Vegetable Pils. der fence There are also two bark sheds with 125 I of. the United Americ.do hereby Fancy coloured velvet Neck Ribbons S

which a small detachment of our forces has displat ed "be Fairy Bwlr Aneuotes.,Margaret Plrcnal"arier.,by .Sewell, Truth is mighty, and in hasPrevailed cords Terms: ol oak bdik. For sale at a M great BAKER.bargain-. declare and make known that public sales will be White Black ,and brown white blue silk, and Hose slate col'd ditto. f I
Six of the liberl L held at the undermentioned Land Offices in the 5
on use ,bJ S. S. Fitch,
and ''fa"ort b the ol <, Lungs Misses
courage gallantry every \ ) glory lDETERS' May 41 6t white and brown do. do.,
The Horses and how 1,1"4. FLORIDA at the periods hereinafter
f.ot. to keep it sound, by W. SATE OF .I
sot arms and the honor of Air country. But for the Miles their and varieties PILL \e from the first been a favorite wit : Feather and paper pante Fans
; origin ,their treatment :
I
overshadowing importance of other battles, this one 1O.s., II D. Hichadon. JL South, but now their consump. Negro for Sale. At the Land Office at ST. AUGUSTINE, commencing Pink, white salet. straw. and blue florence f j., :

would be very conspicuous among; our inilitart Knowlson's.c. complete Farrier, tion u confined to no section In the North the A LIKELY NERO WOMAN, fel hand and on Monday the twelfth day of July next for thedispsl Long Linen Lawn Table, Irish Linen, Linen Sheeting, ;' J
Splendid editions of Moore's Poems Campbell's, East, and the West, as wel a beyond the Potomac : rough cok. 30 tenri of see, very.stoutand of the public lands within the limits of the damask 'S
achievements. VJith a gneatl. inferior force, and Burns' and Scot If Poems, Butler's in Europe, South India, and the West Indies for sale. Enquire at this Office. townships to wit : Linen Napkins, Bird's-eye Diaper Linen Dowlas. f I

fighting at a great disadvantage of position ,'e this Georle.the Planter of the Isle ludibras.,by Du tlfY has are known and approiate. The demandfor May hnlhy.I. 41 4t South of the late line and east of the principal 6 Russia to 12-4 Diaper brown, Crash and bleached and Huckerback Cot. Towel. ., S ,1
little achieved without while no parallel ann ls of medicine, meridian. .
loss l
army a victory mal; t of Kin, by Mrs Gore; the Prophet
The Mtstems of the Heaths Back and it may be said of( their advocates For Sale. Township twenty-two of Col'd Cambrics, white an brown Holland t ,
the 'three
Trial
enemy bad hundred killed and a larger $,by range twenty-eigh. Bombazine,. black Satin
.The cr is still they come Alpack. Velet. .
and
Dumber wounded. This,too,was done by volunteers Mrs. S C. Hall. Master Timotht'u Book Case, In all diseases )the stomach the abdominal tis- A NCtiRO WOMN, 33 yer of age, good cook, Townships ttyenty-one range Dr Furniture ", S
The Detil'b Wvddmz twentv-nine. S
and Blue. ironer and washer for sale reasonable
nnl Buf on Cruel of number
shades. .
iron Missouri. The Enchanter I E', ; The Black Mendicant cere, the literor the system generally, their alternative Apply at this Oftce. terms Townships eighteen and nineteen, and section six, Silver Thimbles ,. t

The accounts heretofore received of this battle Valentine McClutcht, the Ii'hg nt. and tonic properties, acting upon the constituent Ma I, 1SJ7. 41 : I in township twenty of range thirty. Tap Nele.. silk Fanc Binding
fancy
of the blood, will immediate : .rious kinc. t
pvc all the credit of the victory to Col Clark and The Miller of !Martique. properties produce an Townships eighteen nineteen and twenty-one of White. brown and fancy coloured Linens,for S
and eventually .
change. perform a radical cure.TESTIMONIAI.S. I
The range thirty-one. meU
paniardsnd I their Country,! > Richard Ford Ice Crram freezers.
we h supposed that Doniphan was not present but Hazlitt's Lifecf eighteen and nineteen, of thirty- wear S .1 :
Napoleon, Townships
range
this was a mistake. However, we doubt not that all. .Vunefor Piano. coaplete..Y Extract of a letter from Dr. Waines, elf Philadelphia FOR SALE at the TIN SHOP Ice Cream Freezers two. Fancy coloured Cottons. t

officers and men,did thir part well and nobly. The :1 School Books. dated February 2, 1MO. :_" Your Pills are the various !ize Also, Tin Tubs to set the Township eighteen, of range tbiry-thre. Jj.Pretty and fancy.uol S
'ieezer which takes less of ice than
country will not, in the blaze of enthusiasm lightedby 20 copies Ollendorf' new method of learning to mildest in their operations and jet Tnost powerful in the wooden in tubs.Talbho"'f. a quantity At the Land Office at NEw". .1LE.commencing Jflcns' Ready Made Clothing.. r
read, write and French their Sects of any that I hate ever met with in a on Monday nineteenth day of July next for S I i
speak HATS. UMBRELLAS
other award due honor 3, IS 17. 37 .
glorious victories, forget to April &
of eight and Their action
2t(Collott's New French Reader, practice twenty 'ear. on the disposal of the public lands within the limits of Patent and Calf Boots '
and praise to those who were thus winning laurels 20 De Fi Y' Elementary French Reader !he chIe I and hence on ,theimlurities_! of the blood, Executor's Notice. the undermentune townships and fractional town. Calf Bootees, .wn. 0. D. ;

for tem.elve and their country in an obscure cor 2 Mandeville's Course of evidently very aurlfSIJ'' I Fashionable Beaver and Leghorn Hats
cf the world. Their cervices entitle them to a Parker's Questions, adapte Readin/ Morse's New Extract of a Dr Henrt' Hall! of Quebec ALL prQo" who have any demands against the South of the bate line, and cast of the principal Mens and Bo\i Palm Hats. S
ne Geography..20 Graham's English nom rues, L. C. March 6, 1S41 :-" For billious fevers 1 George E. \r.a"cr. deceased, will I meridian. Cotton Ginghams and Silk Umbrellas. ,
high and honorable position among the homes of this Progress German Reader, nick Ilead.che for pidity ol the bowels, and enlargement Please rre-suit them without delay, to Township nine, of range fourteen. ;

war. This battle is not surpassed by any other which Arnold's Greek Prose Camposition, Anthon's Horace of the spleen, Dr. Petirs Pills arc an excellent CHAS M. WELLS. andS Fractional townships twentY-IYfn. twenty-eight Hard Ware.Mill .

h been fought daring th,war.AdouC Exercises and Illustrations on the Biack Board, medicine" R MALLORY twenty-nine and thirty, on the main land of rag cross-cut, hand ke.tenant and wo SW. S
by John Gouldaburj ; For sale by LEWIS &AMES, MILES NASH, Executors. fifteen. Augen. ,with bits ur.d, I
Olncy's Geography Dnie.rilhmeic.Cotnstock's Philosophy EDWARD BARNARD. Key Wet, .\prll. 1S47.. 3&t Township twenty-seven and fractional township Knob, plate, stock pad. trunk, c\pbd
Fact Parley's Common School French Testaments May S, 1S47. 42 Cm thirty-five the main land of range sixteen. box horse and till Lk.assorted
The Sentinel publishes the following from the Na- New York Expositor lislory.District School- Mastodon Cotton Seed. Township twenty-seven and fractional townships Pocket and table Knives,.ho butcher'do. 4

tonalttigence a an astounding fact : Spakfr. Smith's Grammar, Mitchel's Geography SHERWOOD'SMAGNETIC 1 f\f\ BUSHELS genuine Seed, for sale. at $1 25 thirtj-tkree and thirty-tv.on the main land,of range Carving Kniye-Few and left Forks.RAZORS of Old,

to the- eve of the battle of Buena Vista. GenJ Angell's Series, No. REfEIE. GOLD PILL AND 1UU per bushel. seventen.Towoship. Rough and ne; R
zor Straps,
era! Taylor: bad not receited a letter from the War Sundries. MAGNETISED I RCIE&LNDF nEGER. twenty-seven fractional township thir. I
Department subsequent to the 22d of October; and 2 doz. Washington, Hay leI and Woodwaid'a Gold April 10, 1 4. : ty-two on the mau.land,and townhip tirty-thre German silver table and tea, Britannia table and
For Chronic Diseases (the Organs and tea, and iftn table and tea
the rst (and we think only) official information he Pens Gold Fluid Ink.Elastic Bands for Bill Holders, o Limbs. and thirt-fr. of range Spoons, I
then:had of Gen. Scott's appointment to command in Bronze Morocco, Writing Parchment, Map Tracing DISEASES of the 300 Pieces Calico. Townships thirty-two thirty-the. thirty-four Box,coffee and corn Mill Brass preserve Ket

Mexico was the letter of Gen. Scott himself from N. Paper, Borders for House paper Dice Rny... Tuwn ; CON >, rosy in- cy. ..ING and Summer Pint. choice patterns: justreceived _G"--5' .v:.,''.",'.a nr .n"1-.'-- .v.-.. Log._ fifth,_trace,_ H-! nt.dpeCbj.-inju.. _...--._ .
York,under date of 25th of November which had Paper.Silver Pen and Pencil Cas,...Gold Table Pencils variably be autinpimiii-d by the tJ and for sale .UU or.H.-other purposes, will be -excluded luutS from ColliNo. 1 Axes.: Steel Traps.
bee for some weeks before the public Steel Beads, Purse Rings and Ta ll. Spool _:pain which is produced by pressure L. &II. GREENBERG &CO. fiitarl. Ames Spaes. and long and short-handle Shovel .

This infomaton. it u proper to say, is not derived Silk for Bags and PrsE.,'ee color&c ; a splendid r on the ganglions the cpi- Apri'. 1S47. _____37CABINETJVIAKING.____,_ The 11es.sales will each be kept open for two week Snaths shrb Scythes and reap Hooks, I
by any source in this city nor from assortment of Pocklt. Pen Knives and Hunt f anal 4 nerves, in the interteitebral ([unless the lands are sooner disposed of)and Fair and good supply Mechanic Tools, :dMany. S
any, officer of the Army or Navy, but is entitled toconMence. ing Knives, Ebs and Silver Note Papr. Em. 1 spaces along each side of the ; and no private entries of land in the many articles in the Hard-ware line not
.** bossed and Gil Envelop.Fine and SperfneLetter 1.5 It spine, no matter w hat nome ma) so get w ill be admitted until after the township t mentioned.

This ftct,like so many other conjured up by the and Cap P'pr. For sale l have been given to the malady b DAMON L\-XCI. of ofered., wek!from the commencement of said sales Willow and Wood Ware S
P. A. HAYWARD. S physicians ,nu oluill., or other ,
Whigs to create prejudice against the Administration 15.1547. 43 : (7 medical writers.! Tile pain thus'produced rj AVING bought the entire stock and interest of Given under mj hand, at the City of Washington Churns, 3 sizes-Tubs of all size.

turns out to b unlounded. The Union contradict May will be more or less .Q, Wi'enker ir. the Cabin Shop are this sixth day of April, Anno Domiia one thousand Well Buckets,Pail Bran and iron.boundBtcksts, ,
Franc .
it and that Gen. C severeaccording to the do all kind if work in that line and eight hundred and fortyseven.JAMES Keelers. Breadtrays.Voodmeaure. t
says Taylor duly notified Real Estate at Auction. intensity '
r
\1 preparf K. POLK.
ill and for children
heretobre given to the w Willow S'
shop Chair
by the War Department that Gen Scott had. been ON Saturday Auction, the 15th Room instant, "'i b Bold be- r S / -.> of passive the disease state at the or time.its active Pren-or be hope continued.patronage Their exjeuence, in the businesswarrants By the President : S Work Baskets and c'ere Carriag.Maret dto. 5

transferred to the seat of war to take command of ore my ---- sure on the them in saying tiey can give satisfaction. RICHARD M. YOUNG Groceries.Young .

cur army. Lot No. 104 on Monroe street, fronting the the first cervical vertebrae, anJ1on.( next annexed above They execute their woik vail, and are willing to dispose ecnlmi8ioUT of the General Land Ofct. Hyson, and Fowchong Tea, J

Since Scott took command of the army, wf course Capitol. Also, a Dwelling House at Dele engraving No. I, detf'rminl tubercular diaJ of of it on a reasonable terms a any other work- Rio and Java Impria S

the correspondence between Taylor and the Department Air. the Head and Brain, Throat, Eyes or Ears,; on the 1(1, in the State. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION the CLIMANTS Butter and Water Crackers, )

R. H. BERRY Auct. space No. 2, that of the Muscles, Joints or Limbs ; March 20, 1S17. 35 _ Every person entitled to enumerated- Roe Hering. in barrels.
not been *o frequent as bfoe Nor can the No. 3, that of the to any lands within the to'nsbip aOe No. in
b May 8. l&n. 42 I on space Lung on the "pact satisfaction i bbl., brand 1548.
the who made such a terrible noise sometime that ol( the Stomach; on No 5, that BBLS Flour, 2 casks Ham. i is required to establish ON 10 ibbls. Fulton Marke. Beef l
10.4. Land
'fi the Department wrote'once or twice toG Boot and Shoe Making. Liver and at the letter A,that ol the Spleen ; 25 2 casks Sides 1" Shoulders.Just of the Register and Receiver therefor of the, proper soon practicable :. White Beans, Apple and Peache*.

& Patterson, a subordinate officer, inted oft rPHEurxersigned,having purchased the on the space No. C, that of the Small Intestines; on received and for sale by fice, and mae payment tins notice,and at before the l day appointed SrdinC. 10 ibbls. .01 PiAaer.
VI JL entire stock and materal. ,us the space No. ', that of the Kidneysou the space Mrchl3.1847. 34. LLOYD i. FLG. commencement of the public sale of Bbls ad ibbls. Syrup,
the chief in command,complain of thi. I they REHrEi-D who is about leaving the Stale No. 8, that of the Uterus; and on the space No. 0, for the the tract claimed; otherwise Sperm Candles, Colgate Pearl Starch,

were incorrect t.n. their corl only shows the 4V. respectfully inlorm hi friends and the that of the Testes &c. For Sale. the lnd. embracing be forfeited. Colgate pale Soap, brown and toilette Soap.

S depth of subservience to factious motive; and public that be is at present at old stand, where It is no matter tvhetber tenderness be found in one LIKELY NEGRO GIRL, ten or twelve years of such cam "'i RICHARD M. YOUNG. Pickle assorted-Catsos- assorted,
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ti whatever is done out of opposition be is prepared to execute all work in his line with or more places,or bother one or more of the organsor A: for sale. Apply this of the General Office. Olive Oil, loaf aD crshe Sogar
prove* Ofce
ta they'do promptness and despatch. He .on hand the finest limbs be diseased, I the curative ces..under the ae., 1847. 41 a Com"ioe Ln Scotch Snuff, Jnnl Factorie
! to the Administration, whether right or wrong. of calf skins, and all sorts of materials, and will use of these remedies proceeds in one and all of the Apri24.18740 I Mustard and Spice, assorted

S make at abort notice, and in the best manner, GEN. diseased organs and limb at the same time. To determine Staple and Domestic Good Horse for Sale. Putty, White Lead. Window Gb. .

- Proems o Cen. Scott. TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOE( every descrip.lion. the necessity these remedies, it is only ; GENERAL assortment just received and for sale FINE large HORSE for sale that Train, Linseed, and Lamp ,
; News was received here this morn that Scott's Boots footed soled, repaired in necessary to detect the tenderness of the ganglia, in A H. GREENBERG CO. ,A works well and a Good chwing. smoking and low price Tobaceoe j

army was i rapid progress an had taen. without good style aoat reasonable charge He wi warrant any of the intervertebral space on either side of the April by 3. 1847. L& 37 a _ horse of fine action and ride fnell-be. i Lead, &ic. A.'O S
.S bit be equal to done in pine. remedies invariably
' cure cane
General any ple. Tn every Iy J. =
, stance,the cities o Jalapa and Perote. and to give a good satisfaction u to fitting a any in the stage of the disease,and a great majorityof Received. April App 24,to 1847. 40 R FORTNE The inhabitant of the city and county .a
Twigg battle of
the
the first the day after other workman. those in the last,including tubercula
etere consumption 500Just HARPS, of adjacent counties, are particularly requested J'
C ,and immediately hoisted the American JOHN LERCH. and white swellings. Incipient consumption is frequently SACRED to call and for tbeuiselve.-and
lolce.SIX aped-
; J ;. General Worth continued hi*snatch, and took May 8, 1847. C t cough commence detected by tbf.e symptoms is no other, even remedy before the for 100 Harmonist Southern Harmony, ) month after date unerjge.Executor ally, we call the attention l ot the LADIES, whote f

, Pu. It was that,in the further progress Notice. the diseaseis well known to The Headley' Napoleon and his Marshalls ( the last will and Benjamin lute was never known to err. It will afford me pt

': Judge of conditions and Anthon's Jacob's Greek
Btoot
thoBjh this me to JAXI require no change of diet that .
uncertain.
and make for letters
i except of Loon County, application and attendance, will N
for the County of Leon, for letter of administration of a greater supply of For sale by American Speaker Flor** Interreter. ptfdutl
Seat
whereabouts involved lo of dismission a. Executor paid to all orders .
Menu UD"rtaicry.
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aored.
mine
A i Tncker Cat Saucers,superior I. t
the .tr cf Monroe ejeaeed. MILES NASH, Inelble JOSEPH Executor. S. F. BUBNET.
'. wa* beat a village at O At the for CJUR
Post
Office Tallahassee Fa. Hardware
S the foot o Mot Orizabt.A whither a. had gone b April 1M7. '. WIL hl 1547. 42 6m April 10, Ppr. & P HAYWARD.. I Leon County,Afril 3, 181. G April 17,.1647. 39-Sz.TiYzL,pl **e topj.T .












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_; I From, EAJyville via fcenton MayfieW lcl From Oregon City up the WlU ei;;I\ to-tbeKalamet -- ---.JLP VB 8P81110. AMENDMENTS TO THE Notice, SiateT uc CfeHeetrTiit! 7i-

;T ; .; FromPteatonblolfg.Dtucky.toLopncourthou river in the direction of *. NEWPORT WAKULLA COUNTY FLORIDA I CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA SIX months after date, I shall present tny final ee- I3 Tirtne of the power vested 1 b me

-It. "' '. I Virginia Src 2. .ffjtt1hfefl4UffiITb)( the above PROPOSED AND ACKCJC9TO_.T THKStCOlfDCrjf and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro shall expose (or tale,on tb. forth) S law'
: From office in KhoT into of snbecribt would moM reepedfilly KRAI. AIIE.(81' ; SOWKCT TO THE ACTION bate in and for the County of Jefferson, and for before .
in- Rom coonty ra Del routes shall ( operation e the firs* day July TilE aDd the peblie that apply i August next, the door of the Cow u*
the mijlln should bit friends : CF THC _MT OEMK At ASSEMBLT.Jin discharge as Administrator of the estate of Clement Roch's
i1I f. .j Baker's to Mra county e'ghteen hundred and rort!- Yen or sooner, I : "AKULLA HOTEL a Bluff in the county of WasbintioBtt1'1*
.$1 FromBoorwrille Lf n Pennington'. the fumH! efibe department justify the same: Provided EI.he stilt occapid the W. Stephens late of said County deceased. Florida the following described land. wWil1

:! From Pikrron via mouth of Pond creek to Logan U soon .a re t>onsible contractor shall aDd i. prepared t. accOIflU 't. aU who ay desire Act M to amend l\e Conititut' ff this Stale JAMES GADSDEN. thereof lIS will pay the State and 5*
Ta to test the virtues 01. 9C1lph' Wwer, duriami th. ID. at t. extend to all tokite male Mahtanli.bring Coantr t
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:: C O'p VirginiakJ' offer the mails over any portion of the free Monticello, January 16, 1841. 96 Cmftotlce. on the same for the year 1946 **

; : via Walloma to Cadiz routes included in this bill for the rnp".f an. n( suing 'f'oUOn. ciJueni ./ t>e United Stoles, *h. thallMate 640 acres. lying in Holmes*V lley

i'} From RussellviVe in Logan county via Franklin, therefrom re pec ivelv, the Postmaster GDtuhhal A conn.int b.eswaI kilt "ef the oM of nr resided tettki tAu Slate one I'.', the cltt- belong to the estate of A. B. Blackwell.,pa '
last and anoth.r house (for acom- her franehit
IF .mplcunty.SCtbyirAn county.Tompkins- have the i>o\'er forthwith to put them Imdtr contr .pr.i.5. year; months after date I shall Also 400 scre.Iyingin Holmes
account
: .,.' I I Monro county Lvim"lon.Tennessee E: 3. And be i fvh n Iu.That the Postmiur modatio .f the Ladle.) will be sZeCtiid 11l&n( the SECTION 1. Be tt enacted Ij the Senate and SIX vouchers and apply to present the Hon.my Judge of ing to belong to G. Sweet. Valley'PVrliat.

From Hicknun vra Mav field to Pa- General authorised anddireted SJ'rinr ReffetentatHet ff the State of Florida Also 96O
I ,
"tliclua b hereby Probate of Leon County for letters of dismission as acres, purporting to belong
Ba'.ke .rd at ail times, ttw acm That the first to tht -
The,' can b* M General AunIIZ'nt.mtd, ,
,2 4ia M caw a mail to h* once a week of Joseph M. White and
tranflrti Administratrix; on the estate of Granville Sneppard lying on St ? ?
. ; \. From.Ca* )vie \i ia: Cyprcn and O P Gnswold's and oftener if he shall think Iht public interest re- overftowed. and ths properties of the water we asbenenVia clause of tbe sixth article of tbe Consti'ution be so i late of aaid County, deceased. Also, 161 acre*, lying on the head of Andrew1 St. *
invalid th ecf wi:phw spnno amended fellows iz free white male AadWL
to any Every
M ,v -
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toProidnceFron via Galveston person
New oCallo
from Bay, McCoimkk's
'p ouires it. Orlrn ELIZABETH CLEAVELAND. Adm'x.January near pnrportitr *
ia the State It is not darned w essarf h re tocihj ot the age of twenty-one years and upward,and Coh belon*h
Owensborough with "
Madionvi1e: \n LbjsluTgh to Bra*" de lasjo to Tamj.ico return 23 IS" 27 Cm ms. *
p. c';. m.ih. the service S.If be performed by contract or by cases or give certifintw from vuiton who tn l wh. shall be, at the time of offerip? to vote a crti- JOHN W. COOK
the4n.Is f the United States, and who shall have resided ; Siwiff
I .' OHIO the u'e of the r ublic steamers now in the service of zen ( and ex officio Tax Col.
addition te the .nal fare at country Tav-rot. tad had hi. habitation dcmicil home and place of W. 8. DOLWORTH] Washiu 0 r
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\ : From Kinsman via Johnstonvilie tJ Wa'ren the War Department in the Gulf Mexico wit b the February 20, IS 17. 31 ,
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.4' From Steubtnville via Browning's mills en Ilan con ent uu f the hra of that Department ; and for this the Wakalla Hotel will be rt"-abrl.pplit.J with permanent abode in Florida,'for one year nut preceding Attorney nt Low, _Cm
Green Turtle, Fish and Oysters and ev aneofion the election at which he shall ofTer to vote, fi7ISTARS BALSAM OF WILD '
; Knoxville, li chrI"! service the sum thirty thousand dollar is hmbyappropriated. ry Monticello Jtffmon CHERRY
a: "rfk work*. Moore's salt; \or s1tntt., Saline*ille and paid} to the: comfort of y visitors aad who shall, at such time and for six months im County, Florida, VV sale by LEWIS g,

Gavei' to New Lisbon be it further enacted That all 1dl To rent'.rrnen fond cf huntirxf sod fishing, this mcdutfly preceding said time, have had his: habita WILL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle February 20, 117. 31

:I From Columbw via :\lbjny.Jornstown.Lti-: Sun. newspapers and other packets not excelling in neighborhood j afiord unfailing mipplv cf game and tion.donl'.cil, borne and place cit permanent abode and of the County of Columbia of the

cn.Martinsburs, 'n burR, F.a5t Lniou and Wet weight( once ounce directed to any oflieer, nu-ician fish ; and to parents wishing to brirr their hildre in the county in which be maw offer to vote, hall bdeeacd Eastern Cir uit.1-1nrid.1. State of F1ortda' '

Bedford 10 Ro 'Bad hocton county or private rf the .Army ol the UnitedStalcs in Mexico here, there i is a good school 1 and divine service every a qualified voter at all elections under this : Monticello August 22, 19413. 5 IN CHANCERY. THE CIRCUIT

W.1'i Columbus grove Putnam county to \\\atcr- or at any post or 1)l.CeDfl the frontier of the United SabSath day. Constitution: and none other, except in elections! by FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY.Hampden co

: ,&fro", Lur.county States bVrder.ns on Me\ico thall be oonvej d in The ub criV-er ha- good stables (or Ho:!es.and stentive Central tckct: in the State or District j-rencribed bylaw Law Notice. S. Linton, Complainant

.: From New Philadelphia. Tucarawa coonty ,via the mail fre.- of p .ta
: c : Joseph Murphcv'* and gersville to Chili Co'hoc- or other packet dirfte to any person in the array w. c;. DA1THTERT iU-ttt of the State cue year next preceding the BROCKEXBROUGH & MAXWELL. Tatli3rin Tti79 Smith.John \f. s.,.:, ._.i .
the words Newport, Florida, Marr2'2I'l3'. /.ts-tion.aod >IIT month. vtithin the election districtin ---
: ton county .h.1! tont\if as part < tUir.direction, : II Harrison, Defendants.
From LocuM \d3mcuunty via Marble fur. to th ann", which h" onVr to vole Piovued, That no ol- TT
jI4 srl\t b.on JI UTM BROCKENBROUGH will return to Florida appearing to the Court, by the
mt ;' luce, Tran'luil.itounui.. .to EckmansviUe I '. An-lbe it,further matted, That the two JF.FI- ERSON: COUNTY dir, seaman or marine ;.n the regular Arriv or Navy ,r V in time to attend all the Courts of the JL plamant, that the defendant, affidavit Catharine of am.

.," Clt\.hld \ 'alon. Hinkle), Granger prlt.11! actions sh.ll continue in force during tieprent Tax Collecl r's Snlc. <> the, United States, unless he were a fjuarifTcJ elfUr ('- Middle Circuit, and of Jackson and Franklin Counties Smith, is a non-resident of the State, and E

r .'. and Sharon to Wadsvvorth war and for tl.iee month* Alter. the.al: maybe virtue of authority vested in me by law I .f this State previous to hu enTitincnt as such in West Honda B. & M. will also attend the : the State of South Carolina : resj5, aIf

. From Sidney via Palestine to trban' terminated: and no longer. BY etpo for age! before the Coart, Hou. lolJier i seaman or marine in the Regular Army orNasy Supreme and Federal Court Their time will bel therefore Ordered, That the said
.t.C' vh Cates' n. Sic Amtbcit matted. That the Poet- ot the United States or of the re\'enues"'r\i ire, defendant da
From Cleveland furt'nr
Clndon and the
f. daor.in fontiC'.I ". Joferr County.0:1 the devoted exclusively to the legal profession and appear answer complainant's bill
Windsor to Meadville in master General and he is hen'by authorised to contract shall he con.idorcd a rt'i d 'lIt of the Sate in consequence the third on ,befors.
Huntsburg, in
:
,. .,. b Fir.it Monday in July n r/, of being stationed within the claims azaint the Unted S'ates for the attentive Monday July next, ctherwut th
tor transporting a mail from Charleston South surae. prosecution of which have been madein will be taken for confessed, and *
Tanla will arrangements the
I much then of
the following so a Passed Di-cembcr matter
proertyr: Stiiute t, ts-lf. them/
New Baltimore and
St.
FroTt1acaPark through Carolina to Chagres, touching at Augustine decreed
: county
Washington. accordingly And
?; ard Philiph'ir.z,10 t'nmn in Montg; .mcr> county Key Wtt. aid al>o at llavai.a in the island of Cub3. pay tie 1"4'State. and County Txe
: From Lowell Washington Count via Reigner'i&bi if and the isthmus to Pana- : Secretary Stnate. eoa or
.' ) deelne expedient acros : yeN Kl. Olive in the mouth of Cu- once
: mills Jackson :and townships Morgan coun- thence to Astoria or week for four a
months
..?.l. a uln ....... ....... .... .t. w.,,.. .. w\un: fm M'f..fl.IL(JJl h n j !: 4. Stc 31, T 1... K 4. -1-land.. I:, ,.url'rtiai to be- ROBERT BROWN: Speaker Ho. Reps. TIN MANUFACTORY. TlfDMAS ron ecutively.
rl"lt"I
a 4'. M htn"if .IJenville. in Richland count). *e1l",11! ,cm t direct the mail to be coneed (ruin W N W 4, Svc 1\ 1 2R4N&Eownornut M. D. PAPV. Clerlr.in A true copy : Teste, BAtTZELL, JW/t.

qt. :s ,.* land countv.From Fulon. in Stark county to AsLlaad in Chariiu'ti II to (Laxre and from Panama to Astoria known.LotNo.3fraeSv2lT2.k6N&F..915eT5.. ,1ct to amend the Constitution of thu State toai J.. R. FORTITVF! r?_ r.Monticello I..r P/-i-

in stesmhij, and to he tran" IIt'd each wa> once ,. .. I to mtike the sessions of the General,Jssembhi become the sole proprietor of the TIN Fa., March 10, [20] 1S47. 35
in Alkn : HAVING
; top 44 >> T 4m
t y,.__.___St..John'l__ __ _._ _, cCuntJ..Gia Frjsburg i.rv- tiA" i.Min'K f\r ofttmri the public interest .. .. .. :21. O. II J "J." r. Sli I biennial instant of annual. W lately the property of R Fhgler & Co.,
ti \ VIU"ff; II.ntul OUOT"it tnreijuire: Provided That the ea j'(.nditure for said .1 i% 01,72.i : R4, N : K, .0 1. Ke it enacted *. the Senate and takes this method of informing the public that he

I From Marion in the coun'lv ol Marion! via Kcnton I errice I.all not eAceed one hundrtd thousand dcl- 5, 21. T 2.R J, N .t F. .a J'.V: ,'!. SECTION Reprenenlatirei y the will keep constantly on hand, at the
of Mate of Flori'luin shop opposite
[ in Hardincour.lv, ] and Lima in Allen DEALERS
'N IN
late 1. .. T .
lunteu\'ile per annum. 2 K4.N&. E, I I5y',. (;General.Imfmbly, re-ned That the second his store a large assortment of all the varieties of
...1 e : cojnty to section (( ( 1 cnal SEC. 7_ .itid be it fin the enacted, That the Post- : 1 I'uingin the bend of MiccentookieLake, :ne.rthe plantation rlju-k- of the fourth article' of the Constitution of Tin and other articles usually kept in his line of Dogs, Medicines, Paints, OHi,
::; From \ema in Gn-eu county Painltr"yilt mj-tir Gotiordl b" and he is I hereby auth('n-ttl toislabl'.h ol. Guv. Mt'seief, owner not kiiiici.SMITh business He
will be Toilet Articles
this also
State be
so arrendtd to read follows prepared to furnish Ptrfnaifry &e
as viz
in the same county to Port William in cotintY.'b ofT.ce as : any winy
and
a poit appoint a deputy postmaster SIMklN'S' JJ Merchants in the ,
; : The njtnibtr-i rt the Home of country Tin-ware at as low prices
: J'JUL'Jackson in JakI county by the way oft lit Atoru auduih othtr places)) o-i the coa-t of t: the SIll and! ft Officio Tax C..1 Ir1! Co. Representatives from PAI.ITEBS' BRCSHES AND COLOKS,
\ 'iall be chn""n liv the 'i'ulifkd 'vottis and shall as they can get it the North ; and begs Ihem to
Cheshire in Gallia
,: to coujtv. Paciticit.in: the t rritur* of the Unit -j call and
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examine
i' FrCI Na-hport in Licking county *'ia Elizabeth- the K rve for the term ot hu.ari., from and after the : : for themselves. There 13 an object Ware, fte,
town to Ilaaovrr. puV.ic n t/re*? nwy require: that all Ittttrscon- day of the fir..t election under the amended Constitution in having it here as it will be free from damage rpHE above constantly! on h3.ndand for sale
*t .id tn t.r fwm Char"shall be charged with tv.tnV Worms : Worms it ti
.- t.; Fran in &n.ulky! count* via Hartford Wormsldhood \ \ and no lon er; and the sessions of the General which it usually gets bv nhippirig. L lowest market prices.
t
Wth'il ?\ --i t |I">vac"; and all letttrconetd to or (rum
and Port ir Otto.vay county to *anduik> it*. ll.vaua hall 1I rx !u'!>;rit to IMIIte and a half ctntspfta T ilEhane or chl: :iud the ctrlam prgel1roorof A"unblv hall h' biennial and commence on GENERAL ASSORDIE.M OF TI.V-WARE.

c't, :' From Retlic!. It'mu.nt county ,u Brownsville to ard! Ittftor" t-.Jrril'd ( r win 11.tII"r"ui dit'.ascJ. if allowed tl Ic- the fourth Monday in November, in each and every We have receive I by late arrivals large addifioetl
i to Panama u.balhhay J doz Furnacesuch
; N ruin
;-:. FV in Brown main long i irs the human system ill treat 1.t.'U.Lt-U. I xt"-ond )ur, or at such other tunes as may be prescribed as every family ought to supplies of DnigiMedteine and Chemical-rhi
Colt.h'
'hUrj
\ a pi.tane t/f thirty cent -nd Utters to or Ii urn hue. iiarar Dimtpra. Suirar SLimmpr. Oil fana__. ,
bv law. roirpthcr with most nf Ihnnnnlir ,,, ,., ....
Favetieville : I I --- n ost. j
P.ruwn
rtm :
I!. ;: : .. county \'i\Wc-stborougb .\s"t.n.i rr at.* otlitr t>Iicton the Paciin: coast: *\sh- Thousands cf Children tilt annwJIuVon- __n &(. y. HritfnrtfifreniffrJ That the Counter Scales;, Zinc for Stoves &c., render our assortment the
third largest and
.; ; .u ,UUi IU '11101 iI1IicAN. in the tcrnlcr( ot the lint.-J Stets "Lollll'J| ). fort, Worm'The oJ I of the fourth article (>( the Constitution be amended clause Sheet hun for making Stove Pipes, the State. All of which we offer at the most lowest tariff j ia

.' (Cllti pu'-tuie. eon i. n.;w close at hand when so that tie iirroihill Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of Bnil- ices. cua
: bcCucie d 1 follows pi
they
rt as 3d. That the
; 4 Front Gland Haven to MilwauVie, State t <.f Visconiin. St.c .. .1.", t e jtfurarr tnlJrtrJ That any cln- nost troubles to children. : ding, and put at s'. ort notice either the
.: : rae I 1"p: >e.><.nI3ti\'ci shall chosen on the first Monday up in city July! 25,1515. 1 LEWIS 4. AWES.lflolas .
tract rnaile: :
of tJ.M -hall
in pur-u:iice act provide for or country.
; : From OWOSMJ the of to the purtJiA the fnitt-d States ot the Dr. Woodruirs Worm Specific : in the month of fVtoltr in each and every second -
county 5lit\u"let Ly- r-y ( steaniuhip.u fn' and I ALSO a new invention n for draining Sugar, which es.
:. cns the cf lonia.F to be tm'litd ill la a 1 county ( coneinf themail..t i j. option T'J it.-I meiided Constitution will drain it fur market in two days and beg the A BARRELS
IOWA.i a.refibl.* to the proi"ions of an act entitled ",An It H ES srMKl: a' t Ihi !V-t, a-ifl: cheap a. the c'n-ar-est or on such other day as may planters to call and examine. 44J fk FIRST RATE MOLASSES,
'
i be dire< ted bv liw.Vc ; : For sale
., i: From Washington to the county Pat of Jasper I act to pro'.i'Je! for the transportation of the mail beoven Mr Joseph hill'!> u.f \I'hcl' I'? C.., ..a., >a*> it I 3. He 'further enacted That the fifth clause 20 patent Well and Cistern single and double Rod March 13, 1S47. 34 by J. R.
-%1" ( the I'mted} States brought away JIM I Worms from FORTUNE
and
a :
COU.lt\ 'foreign countries and nvijrjch td.; :.lon-I I rf the af.>ri..aid article bo10 Pumps, well adapted to plantation Use. -
3'; : .s From Tptonia T'oneer Grc eta the county eat ..r ithtr purpo-es," approved the third day! (>f March log to bun, in a short time viThe Senators shall arr.tnded as to read as March C, != 17. 33SAXDS' "
I : IrJt.lm J. Little luiloyi-i be chosen: by the PRINTS ONLY.
; II.ou.and \Vhitextille. G I
of ccuurity. one eight hundred and (nrtfive: Provided, >-o !vr* I
From Oskaloo ,'i ii f to Clarke'ille l That the departure( and return of said mail may at the gave it in 0.1( ca>e anJ brought away Worm." In rji'ahrUd time electors in the fir the term of tour years at the

..4'4 111rrC county. t ri : i d.-" .-'ion (.1 I the postmaster General be either from anotl'er: ras-, it jreJ his negro woman of Ttrna. cr OMB place: where( they vote sane for manner member, and of the n the House same SARSAPARILL.cFOR \, SPRING STYLES_1947.
Tape ll'oim. I of
JkA .Lr rm Otrunma to the county eat cf Apptnoose Cl.ul."t'-n. New York Sn'.nnah.l'eIi'ol. or New and THF. RFMOVAT. AND PFRM 4XF.XT CUR
t.. ccuntv. )rf-jns, as mal \x tiftnnmnt cor.si:fpnt with the Mr. Thorna* n.>"d. of Cowefa Co.. Geo.. sa\"l. I n""rl'SC'htatiH's; no person shall be a Senator OF ALL DISEASES ARISINGROM \x--- LEE &
unle-H he !tue a white mm, a citizen cf the BREWSTER
f From Burlington to Kecsiujua.Fiom I puMi. interest.: gave it to a negro bo who was in Lid health ; it United JMI'URE STATE OTilE BLOOD ,
Crates and shall have
: Jacksonville, via Mononah and McGregor's SLC. tu. .f'// be it further enatted That the sum brought away immediately V worm! He was soon I fr bet-II an inhabitant of this State OR HABIT OF THC SYSTEM 4 1 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK
j two
IJndin of th and dollars well and remiins tj this time years next prwvdmg his election! and the Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that
to Prarie du Chien, Wisconsin Territory. thirty "u> be and the same is hereby souji resident VIZ : they
v ear a of thedistnct
1m- nom JTeoknk, "iO Fairfe1d. Ottun.wa and Oskaloo appropriated for the *emre herein |>ro\iJcd for to J.anuan'.I'.I7.'GRIHI"I.. 113.-t I shall be chosen and hall have or county attained for \\luch Scrofula or Kings Ecu Rheumatism Obstinate WAREHOUSE have received and are now exhibiting, at Tilt
the
; Moies<.a lu the Uarracks Raccon Fork of the De be p:id from the general appropriation for mail I Dr.Voodrutl:Plea.-, Pike Co forward. Geo irnm, July! 12, IMO twentv-fivevears.' age Cutaneous Et uplions,Iimplei or Pustule en the con, EXCLUSIVELY for Prinitd Call.
'
iatey:
river. transportation. three St-c. t:lie it furttlrenaelec.l Face, Blotches, Biles, Chronic Sore
That Eyes
eleven] the'lixlhcau..l' Ring
From SEC. I'". .i,1 b, it of oir Worm Sj ecific We hue 5
Wjpelloia Columbus fizrt'nrenacIeuF calls
city to Iowa city. Thai the post- for it.. <>f the afia.<) article be so amended a, to read Worn or Tetter, Scald Head Enforcement and
I Fom ()>kalousi to Newton city in Jasper county. m.tr t Crucial be authorised and directed when in daily. Send it without delav. Retectfullv, follows, viz: The clarification of Senators as Pain of the Bones and Joints, Xtub'uorn Ulcers, Comprising all the

1'. : :. S Fr am Canton, Jickson county, Ma 1'ioneer Grove Li* judiiment the puMic interest or con enience may I JNO. G. IIILL 4. CO. the first session1 the General as madeat Syphilitic Symptoms, Sciatica or Lumbago, and New Spring Styles,

i ""# to Innho.in Linn ccuity.FI require; it, to establish one or more branch post c
:( I ) 'Tcrlesboro ,via Walling' Landing to Bloom- ti" UcUitate the operation (it the post off.cein; any Dr. Woodruff have recently made trill of jrur ot whom as nearly as possible,unchanged shall be chosen; one forever tory,.iicitts or Dropsy Exposure Imprudence wbicl, in ADDITION to their usual stock,render

:q11 ingori. cit,_ or place which in the opinion of the Postmaster Worm Spl'Ci fic 6n very bad cac, with the hipf.lest hereafter in Lfc. Also. Chiomt ConstitutionalDuordets. their assortment one of the most beautiful and at*
for
:t. '.. FrfiJ Iowa city v ia the county eats of Iowa Pow. (;iehtrai i.u> requuc{ sucha elditiooal accommodation t'fT-"t. I think more of it than ever, and believe. it Pioculed biennially and the term of four years : tractive in the city; and havitgjtuf been purchased
hoicceer
lfr !' : isheeck aid! Ja f.-r (tl.e will do in V'j cases in the JN'( it i* hereby declared that THIS preparation is a combination hitherto un-
of the
I "per conities to fort des Moinea, the omtnince inhabitants ; and it shall the term of olfice of that class of Senators in the history of.Medicine FOR CASH AND SHORT CBEDIT
.., coun'" eat of I'.>ik countv. be the dIy of the Postmaster General to prescribethe J. E. ROPER M. D. unexpired differing entirely Are ,
at the first election in offered by the piece
' ,1 Fairfi'-.d: rules and under the amended Constitution its character and operations from the various or package on the MM
Fr.m to Ilocm
eld. regulations for the branch -
pct offices shall extend to, and expire (.0, the first Monday preparations Sarsapanlla which have beenat terms, at and below manufacturers prices.
4, : f From Iowa city via and Dewit which raa* be clablishe-d virtue of this THE KCttEDV
Tipton to Albanv, by act and DEEDED
in
; October Catalogues of
Iuin.i.u. additional eighteen hundnd and fifty different times offered to the public. It acts specifically prices (corrected daily,) are placed
,,; I no postage shall be charged for the receipt For Dywnttry Diarrhtra Sec. 5. Re it further enacted That the first election upon the whole system thereby bringing it in the hinds of buyers.
From Cripin and
; Paint
*: Duhuq'jeto ftrt Atkin=cn. cr delivery cf an) letter or packet at such branchiinu.t rnmnlnint, for Assemblvmen. under this amended Con ..titution under its direct and immediate influence. Although Purchasers will inform themselves of this mtttr ot
cs. Summrr fhiMrtaFrom
From Burlmzton via Columbus Hill.boro eflce! nf .. ..
.1
i city, and --, ----- -- shall take the the market, and be well
place first
on Mondav in Ocr I possessed of powerful healing effects, yet it is entirely repaid for an elimination,
I nlr--vjiru it> lo.a c t '. Scr. 11. Andbe further enacted That to facil. the late Uintnt-d Captain lloLMt*. Georgia her hundied if
eighteen aid harmless even they do not
fortj-eight ; and the first M that it cannot the most delicate purchase.
J From KeoVuk via Charleston, Wir.chlter. Birm itate the transportation cf letter in the mail the I Iltgimeut.RRAzosSr. session of the General As
I 81 L 1 ingham! Agency city,Dekneea, O, aIOEa to fort Des P"master General be aut hori. -d to prepare postaire Dr. M IA&O July2t 1' $10. dee! Constitution shall] commence on the fourth Mon- oct is produced by its use except an increase of no ders for prints, which are respectfully solicited
Moines Woodruff
county tat of Ptlk cou&tv., stiri.-; uLich when attached to any letteror packet for Dear Sir-I eve you an apology day in November, in the year eighteen hundred and petite ; but when disease is seated in the frame, and zp- LEE & BREWSTER
:: TEXAS. t-hall) be evidence of the pament of the postage not acknowledging before tri the receipt cf a forty-eight.i carrying fist its victim ,

t... From Liberty to Beaumont.Fr chargeable on such letter which said stamps the box e-f jour Dsentary Cordial, vhich you had the Passed; Senate, December 22, IMo.D. its mysterious influence is along felt and the path of life then 44 Cedar Street.

t i. (.rr. Euflalo. on Trinity river to Springfield.Krrti P istL
: 'n. (; &\ *\. Ltui"iana. via Mount Morn- in..': who r.ny sonIc for the same.the Ai (ulv rny crrp" II AnmrR. Secretary ot Scnat to the suffering and J diseased.'r n -- --0'"

;: :-'-. Grand Bluffs and Pine lilo in I'anola: county and master paing,-or'becoming accountable; for 'the -a- I haY foii'tJ it a mo.t valuable nedicine and only Passed House of Representatives, Deccmbu 20, TRUTH is STR\>CFR THAN Fierriov." LET j the last Arrivals from New York
that I havL -
Rhod to Gavt'a rest ofe. county. mount of the ttmps so received bj him ; and if any rczrct not asuj.ply of it. Whenever way I 1 Stlj.ROBERT THE FACTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES,-The follow "ITE hive received a very superior style of
men have followed I
Fri Lagrange via Hamlet and Cedar of said ktat'ipn shall hot be usM. but be returned t. the directionthey have lDyariaI BROWN I V
J ., > Speaker Ho. cf Reps. ing certificate only another link in the chain French Black Cloth
bl
found great ,
1 creek to Marco.Frcm the G'uHall't timer the ) relief AVe !have sufferfd and are si-.rfi' M. D.
Sin amount returned shall rinse P\PY Clerk House of
E.I Reps. testimony to its merits. Let the
t.t Gslu.eston ,via Virginia Paint, Liverpool be credited to such deputy post master ; and such much from Dvse-ntar, oc 'asioncd \f.y the wretched Ft-bnnrv 27, 117. 3'l CmNotice. b: convinced.d. What it has done afflicted read and Superior Style \Vool-dje Cloth,
.. once it will do
\ Hind, Buzoria and Canev to Mat orda, di'put |'ost uster iriav sell or dispose of any stampsso wttere have t dririk, but yawr Cordial is retottitg again. Bottle Green French **

; i Frcm Mt.--rield, LOli" :ma via Ezekiel Jones', A. ; receie.d b.. him, to any person **ho may wish to all to thtir U"m.t..thflJ't' and rigor. Within CHARLFSTOWV Mass Olive Brown "

I : i! G. Tune)..., Edward Smith's and John Graves to u-e the same; but it shall not be lawful for any dep.[ ) sincere thanks I I' >Ir *'.tir ku.dnevt, and be..;( ** >Lc. SIX months after the publication of this notice, I This that Sept. 23J, 1546. Coffee Brown "

' ? I lrlhall uty f>d.ti.ia>'.<'r to prepare,use or dispose t f any |'ostajf lor jour sucos*. I arn *"'urclxdient servant : apply to the Honorable Janus M. (Gilchri t. has been may for certify ten afflicted mv son,with now aged seventeen

'It'i f I W1CONS1N. u.t.mup not authoiisid by and received from tie ISAAC HOLMES: Capl Macon Gmrd&. Judge ol Probate fir Gad tt'n County for- letters of humor. years the scrofulous -ALSO-
At the of
diatnitsicn age seven pars he had t the measles Cassf meres of the
y latest
Afresh AJmiDi.
-uppl .f the as :rator from the"e"talc Style.
PosttnaitterGfiKr l ( a'! lnable inethcmes of Susan
; aid s-.e ,
Futn ; shall falseIj
,
fali S any personTIO which
of Crois to caused this
Lapointc. ia St. Croix S. Sticll probably humor to make i iu
: I and Iraudviteiitl* Drake, utter or force any postage just received and for sale bv. Lewis & Arne, Drugmsts dtCC L..ld. in appearance READY MADE CLOTHING.
county. a most singular
I Frcia nhefctcr in Racine county, to Sugar creek stari.p with .hi&' inter. (to defraud the Post office Icpartu Tallaha ; al I.>., b'*- R Minmrn:, P. t1 I Man-t R I.. EDMONDS, Adm'r. from his head to his feet with way small covering tumors.bis I body li-: Call and purchase those who want good bargain.

F in W"lwcrth c&u&ty.FrcmGahna ;crit, Ioh1!l be cl-f-neJ guilt of felony, and on Iiflatn, LrouCouitv ; Ja.. f.: l: ard, PI \fi'cooo's.ie Q'lincv., DetemhiT, l5l;. :'i t f m a Doctor Medicine, and he examined consulted him BULL & PRATORIUS.

coiiuction hall b<- subject to the same punishllif'r.tas Ix>oi CUIII 1\\ S (F. Burnelri"OI. if' three dain January, IS 17. S4C'HAIILCS
state cf Illinois via New succession, and
not
Digging i:. n.Ut\'UD jr. understanding his
i. is provided z.. the hVt't*-hrot section of the Samuel Pulvttori, t fri ll"t1..ralr.t', lo; J.UI..llinf'1 I ,
,, : to Mineral Point in loa countv.Frctn art case,ad vised ine to consult Dr New York
; Poto i, Grant co'inty via Platteville, Head approed the third day of March eighteen hundredarid Qunc; Joshui II.., i."."f Garl-, l..n Connt* ; 1 H. Ma: TVFORMS his friends and the public I then being a resident of that Rogersof city. After ARCHER

-.e., of Platte Blue river and Mn>coJay in Iowa county i twei.ty-fite entitled ".\n act to reduce irtn one Ic'r.l'1., Chailahoochuand Vim. Poweri, Merchant L that he has taken the tore on the corner and critical examination, having more than a Ions STAN at Tallahassee;and the planta-

: to the county scat of HichUnd county. the several acts establishing and regulating the Post Marianra. R of Monroe and Two Hundred Foot other medical gentlemen with him at the thirty of Col R. Mitchell, in Thomas

Office( Iuuautmont"Scc. April 3, 1"-17. :17 streets, neailv' opposite the Court BOil!". same time. countyGeorgia $3, $1O and 81 J.
.t. Frcm Racine in Ramie ; I. he
lL county to Ikloit in Rock .... pronounced it Scrofula, or Kings Evil The k'cbr'iarv
n \ "'' C. 1SJ7
"c luunu a I/I'n..ral a'iOrrrnent 31
countr.J 12. .1ndleit furthir child then
enacted, That 'o much ol DRUGS AND was prescribed for,and commenced taking
: Frcm uthport Hacme via (.f the six III section of the ) For JSalf. volume MEDICINES. Every attention medical from that
.. ; \ county Beloit,Rock act to which this is sup paid to orders of drugs time lIe grew worse until Just Received.
and
county to White Oak springs[ in Iowa county. plementary as requires; the Postmaster General to A FARM situated >itt\o and a half mill west All articles warranted Physicians Planters. June of 1S37. and then his bones became affected inconsequence FEW more of
and
: From via Catfish in Rock cause accounts of the that would <>f Madison Court House It of good (quality low for emh of the A copies Headley'a Napoleon
i Janes\'il. county, to postage be chargeable cr>nM"U four I lie has received mercury that had been given him: his Marshall Also
fine
just a supply of SHERMAN'S a Guitar for sale by
'
I : county. b) the rate fro-cribe-d in said act upon all matter eighths of t.rst: <| lalilv of pine lsndabout (lOtI acres I WORM, COUGH CAMPHOR and A piece of bone came away from his under-jaw in January 9, 1547. 25 P. A. HAYWARD.
CATHARTIC
: From Racine in Racine county to Whitewater in pas.inc free through the mail and that the sane openc-sl well \atf"r'dith cxMlenf sfprinirand valuable the first place as large as an English walnut, a piece
.OZENGES
t2 a- \ worth county. shall he paid to the Post Office Department from the a comfortable dwelling house. The outbuildings are torm of articles and the most agreeable from his forehead as large as a sixpence, and a piece

;-",' From Pranenlle in'Walk !ha county via Peman- contingent funds of the two Houses of Congress, and all new, the barn and gm-hou-ie "paue>u4 and com : administering POOR rmdinnes.SHERMAN'S from near the crown of his head. It then went to M. D. PAPY,

kie ard Warren toKubjcon in Washington county. rift he other.1t''al tmentsofthc government fur which modious. There ii on the tract a superior orchard: MAN'S PLASTERS the the back and side, and discharged in three places.
anil best
From Jane vile] in' }turk county, via Exeter and such mail service may haie& been performed, be and of Peaches Fitf, &.c. ; also a *( :; vines ard which' cheapest planter ever offered to the public From thence to one of his limbs in

Yellowstone in Greca county to Mineral Point in (became is hereby rerx-aled; and (that in lieu of such the last year produced from J"i ti, *) bushels fine lor Rheumatism&c Pains in the Back, Side,and Weakness sequence of the ulceration the separating muscles and, cord con- WILL Practice in all the Courts in the Middl*

'I Iowa county. : pi*merit and in compensation for such, mail at \ices crapes Its character for 'health w unquestionable. from the bones of the ankle joint on the back Office on the first floor of the Capitol
1 i he I Apply to the Editcrot the Also DR. FOLGER'S OLOS.\ONIAN, or ALL- part.- South wing room formerly occupied by the
Fron fji.on. Dane county via Cross PlainsGro- as may performed for the several departments of FluriJiu.or fin thus- prem- HEALING: IIALSAMan mvaluible He had at one time fifteen running sores or issues
etsville. I and 'Itlena the government there shall be the ides to W. C. article for Cold from the Secretary of the Territory.
e'ile to Dodgeville in Iowa paid to Post Office MILLEB Coughs, Asthma, Bleeding the glansof the throat and those places I have November
at
13 1S45.
Lungs, 17
January9lu11.! Consump
Department from y
the
county. I
for
. Treasujp' each >car'* ser- tion and its kindred diseases. mentioned. In 1*>40,1 lived in Portsmouth, N. H.,
..:.). Fro-n Monroe,GreQ county via Greenville to Blue ice the sum of two hundred thousand dollars which ing certificates from Pamphlets contain and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever which JOHN ERSKINE

: Mounds in low county. is hereby appropriated for that purpose out of any SPRING ptron in high standing, res- settled in one of his bins, which swelled ,
GOODS. its
vectinz valuable effects as large as
: 1 be had
can
From Milton Rock via unappropriated in the gratis, by three ATTORNEY AT LAW
county Goodnch'a ferry to money treasury. p/ving as above.Tallahajsee ap- of the other. Being under Medical treatment ,

\ :."H Cottage grove in Dane county. Src. 13. .Indie it further narted. That ti shall IJC'ITOX & 1I1( SARF. January 10. 18 If' they gave him laudanum until he lost bis reason.- Q.ulucy, Florida.
Fro;Madison Daub county to Prairie du Chien not be lawful to dejxisitc in any post office to be con. now 5f| Then I became alarmed, and sent for a Thomsonian. WILL attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsdao
f'' in Crawford county. \.Yt'tl the mail rcceiurg per Gen. \Wilson an elegant His medicine his the Circuit Court of Middle
: m two or more letters directed to 'Ction of tIpper Suwnnuec helped hip and resored his reason. Florida,
From Madi'n. Dane county via Watertonn to different persons enclosed in the same envelope or French Btragis Sj ring and Summer Goods,viz : Springs, The third time he was attacked with this fever in and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia

. $ Milwaukie in Milwaukie couoty. packet; and} every person so offending shall forfeit Satin slnpcdo. EAST FLORIDA 1S12; when hearing of Dr. Sands' Sarsaparilla and November 22, iS-IS. 19 tfJX

I. FrOl1 Prane du Chu-n lo Canit in Grant county. the. sum of ten dollars to be recovered by action qui Rich Onibrie do. TilE subscriber takes this method of in- being perfectly satisfied that all other medicines had >- Sentinel copy.

I ( Frotn WatCrtown, Je1euon county Waupon, tam, one half for Ihc use of the informer and the Plain 1ntll'lJiJ! mack An. I:!:!':m ? his friends\ and the unhlith! failed effectmfc a cure.. I sent and DrocurPd air' hr t.

t "IrorJ vfStfrWwn' 10 iona-au-L.ac m Ila-Y'Ll ojher.half. for,!Ihe.use, of. ,the. Post. .Office. Department.. : Plain Mode Blue and Pink do. .L.C.IILbe has taken. a lease on the above establishment ties, and by the time he had taken it all I'considered NATHANIEL HAMUN,
.
'
Y counlv.-- r any letter or packet directed --- --- -1'1".1 .u shacK ana coiorea mizarlncs and for a torm c.f)era, anil will h. p..psrnl lu .ccotnmodate him well. Those places healed-he became bright Factor and Commission Merchant *
to Marquese, ,
f :. Frori lanllif. Rock county via Lima to While- and all any foreign country ; Printed Mu!liri and Lawn. all who may favor him with their pat. and lively--color came to his lace and lips-from

{.;.ui water in CoUnl)-. sufiject' to newspaper conveyed in tile mail shall be Colored Tarlton Mmlmt, rona e. As regard the mineral qualities of the wa- that time till the Fall of 1811 I. his complaints never NEW.ORLEANS.

-; From JanesviUe via luJiin ford to Madison, Dane change Itetween postage the, except those sent by way of ex Do do Ro'x's, ter, they cannot be surpassed by any watering place troubled him. At that time he became deaf which Cob WM. BAILET, Jefferson Co.}

;: : :: (coonty. those franked publishers. of newspapers, and Plain do do in America The Springs will be opened by the first continued until last March, when his right eye became JA5. KIRKSET, EL;., Tallahassee > Rxruiircn.

-' From Beloit via M.mroe in Green county and Wrns- errept pmilege. and by persons enjoying the franking Organdie Mu,lin!. day March. Charges will be moderate and every affected; from that to the left eye,covering the D. LAPP, Esq., Newport. )

'j low to Galena, IDinois. fice of newipapers not sent from the of Swi-s, li-M/k and Mull do attention will bo paid to the comfort of all who may sight of the eje so that he was In a great measure February 6, IS 17. 29

. : .. From Beoit. Kock Bounty to Mineral Point Iowa printed publication ; and all handbills or circulars Mourning La AIM and GiDgtums favor him with their company. The subscriber is deprived of sight.
or
l. "-.' county. 1 shall be IIIII.il"t lithographed, not exceeding one sheet Rich Berage shawls. provided with good and faithful servants, fine stables Knowing that Sands' Sarsaparilla was the only iv. 1!!. MARTIN,
to three
,.- .; From Plover Portagcj to Big Bull Falls in Portage I paid when deposited in cents"postage each, to be Black do. do and! attentive hostlers. medicine that had ever done him any good, I applied Commission and Forwarding Xerthtit;

.- county. : ID the mail and any post office to be conveyed Superior Silk Scarf, Invalids laboring under (the following diseases to Mr. Fowle, Apothecary, at Boston for more. He
it shall
may
be 104
I.' : From Manitowoc r t>ids via )Inito"o to twin I (Jr mail carrier; to lawful for any contractor Black Berate d-> rest assured the Springs will effect for them a per- has taken fifteen dollars worth, which has removed Poydras street,

..; rivers 11 Manttovvoc county. mail for sale! or distribution transport newspapers out of the Ladies While and Colored superior Kid Gloves manent cure: Ditpcpsia.DiabetUs, Prolapsus Utera the humor from his eves and hearing and he now NEW.ORLEANS, LA.

I4' From Milwaukie via West Bend in Washington I Postmntrr General hall have to subscriber, and the do do do do Silk do all kinds of Scrofula Scald Head Tetter, and the va. appears to be cured, and radically so. I verily be- BUYING, SELLING, RECEIVING, AND FOB-

J "J*: county to fond-du-Lac in ( courty. cause to be authority to pay or Silk and Gingham Umb-ellas, rious painful disorders of this class. lieve all this latter trouble might have been avoided attended to with promptness.

.|= From Green-Bay to ond-u.Lc city in Brown for all letters paid a sum not, eie-eeehnor two cents each Parasols! & Purasolcttes. Bonnet Ribbons The Dancing) Saloon will be in readiness for all if I had continued thorougly the use of the Sarsaparilla REFERS TO
assort-
or Rackets conveyed ... ,. Jwo.
in W.
"' anv v l / who fond when he under ARGYLE
\nt. un Slla l.While are of Una graceful! and pleasing exercise. was its influence (the first time. LATHAM & BA T,
t steamboat not in ;
From Green Lakoinarguicttecounty via county employed earning Ih"m from and mark Silk Hose, iwti.ti'ld .\. IIUSUIM. These are the simple statements of the facts of the A. BESTWICK, S. S. SIBLZT.
:' eat of one post or place to any other post or place in (the February27l917. and I feel it to make December 5, 1840.
r Winntbago count to Green Bay in Brown United Statue Slate Black White am.Mixed Hose and half 32 3m case my duty those facts known 20 -
to such Hose
i county. subject regulations as the Irish Linens, *.* The Journal", Tallahassee, to the public, (for the benefit of those who be
may
Advertiser Molasses
, i: From Sac Prarie by rfarahoo to fort Postmaster General may prescribe ; and such publications Brown Linen Drillmgf, Apalachicola"Times."Columbus afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the and Fish Barrels
WhigwGriflin
i..I-3 Frotn Crafton by Riijicon in Washington\7innebago. or books as have been or may be published, do do and Cotton Drillings Flag & Adyt'rtiier"l\fontgomery. will please cure has been effected solely from the effect of this '"PHE undersigned has constantly on hand and will
.. county procured or purchased by order of either House ( copy invaluable medicine. -L engage Quantity of SYRUP
and Huttis Rapids to 0Ik Grove, Dodge o Table Dajnasks and Napkins, once a week for three months send one any superior Cypress
.t From Oak county. Congress, or a joint resolution of the two Houses paper containing HANNAH W. or FISH BARRELS: the former holding from 31 to
the ,
Grove in Dodge county via and Huckaback Toweling. notice, and their bills for the same BECK, 22S Main st.
Chester to Wampum in? (ond-du-Lac luret. shall be considered as public documents and entitled Scotch Diaper Linen Dowlas above. S *as I' Suffolk *1. Boston, October 13,1316.-Then 40 gallons: the later usual Fish barrel sizeNewport. -

"." From P.toi to Lancaster -Grant. to be franked as such .rd it shall not be lawful to White Brown and Black Holland nnjilTv appeared the above namf'd Ihnn.v D.-i.per- .Feb. 13. 1S47. 30 DANL. LADD_
county. make Scotch -
: -,. From Dubu.jue, Iowa via Wild's ferry and Potosi any in allowance addition to or their compensation to deputy postmasters Bird Eye do., colored Table and Piano Covers Diaper, Groceries.Ian and made solemn oath that the above certificate,"by Just Received by J. B. Fortune,
In PUlf* ;iU. commissions IS anthorwhich and Rio Coffee, her subscribed and
iM'd b., bW',. pJcf'nlin._ ... .....:.... '.._, L____ _-, Fancy Prints. Democratic do.. Kurmtnr. n Ar. Loaf and Crushed statement therein contained, O DOZEN Ladies' fine colored Kid Glorefw
From Oicen n..ro '- UUII Sugar, are true. Before ,
Bay via mills, to Plover 't' UUXIII. CI Italian and Fancy Craval.n, me,
110m.on. all beyond two thousand / 4 pieces rich Salranne
dollaas ,
Fwrtage. shall be applied Vienna do New Orleans brown do JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace.
. in defraying the npC'nsn of their Macearoni Olive Oil For 3 printed Lawns,
From fort Winnebago via the county neat of Win. offices and Maddrass do further particulars and conclusive evidence
of
to be accounted for in 8 '
t. 0 aebago county to Neenah. the same manner as they are Gingham do English Dairy Cheese, Pine Apple de its.uperior value and efficacy, see Crash,
pamphlets which
required to account for their commissions Brown Russia and Cotton Jte.. &*
From Summit via Ocanemawac and Hutti and ex- Silk and Pongee Handkerchiefs, Soap, Windor ditto may be obtained of Agents, gratis. Diaper,
Rapid March
: I. to tbe county iteat of Dodge county. renting the special] allowance made by law to the Cotton and Muslin do Sperm Candles, Buck and Drop Shot Prepared and sold by A. B. & D. SANDS Drug 0.1847. 31

From Praneville via Pewankie io"tmasters at Washington city and New Orleans. Union Bar.Lead, Cidar Vinegar, gists 100 Fulton street
Lisbon Cottonades
of
Warren, Sec I 1. Jlnd be further corner William N. Y. State Tax Collector' Sole."D .
Erie Wright to Addison enacted. That so much Dried Apples, Sic., &.c.
Blue Dennis Marine SoldalsobyLEW1S&AMETallahaseestITu
Washington county. nf Ihe! act approved the third day of March' A. D. Shirtings, & Y virtue of the power Tested ia me by law,I will
From JanesvilU via Fulton and Cooksville Fancy LIQUORS CATLIN, Pcnsacola F. B.
to Rut. Stripe Drillings, &c. WHITING Marks, X>
.
hundred for dacfi2
eighteen
and forty-five, entitled expose sale, before the Court House
"An and
l land ;in Dade act to by TlnilXriata .
county Bohemia laids Brown Habit Lin.r e ffonorallv ttimiiirKnnt t. TTnifo.1
.
..
reduce the rate of limit Champaign and -- ----. -----0"--- -- -- the city of Tallahassee of Leon the Irit
From Big foot via Sot n Antioch postage, to the use and cor 4.4 Cognac Brandy, States. ,county ,on

., Franklm to Little fort, lllin'ois. Angola and rett the abuse of the franking privilege'and (or the I and Georgia 1 Lowell Osnaburgs do Winchester Whiskey, Monongehaja de Price $1 per bottle. Six bottles for $5. Monday in July next, the following property,or
prevention of fraud on the Post Office Madeira and Claret Wine much thereof wilTpay the State and County tX-
: Oak Grove via Laurel Department, The
From and Elhah 4-4 09::
j&, in Dodge English Long Cloth, public are respectfully requested to remember -
the
and
of all other acts relating to the Post Office Department Champaige Cider, tame for the year 1948 : .
county to Columbus in Columbia Linen that it is that
51hk0 OREGON. county. or the service of that department as is inconsistent Brown naburgs and Bleached, Cottons London Porter, Scotch Ale, and is constantly achieving Sandy Sarsapanlla such remarkable hu been Lots Noe. 317, 318, 319, 320, origins plan,**"
with this act, be and-the Ducal Champaign Wine cures of 179, north Addition, of the of TtllaJiaasee T"
city
same are ,
From via fort hereby Brown the most difficult class of
Oregon City Vancouver r and and Bleached Sheetings, disease to which the human

!!(rp>aI1 to the.south of Admiral Iy Inlet lot, repealed.Armorer, March 3, 1617. April3l547.Fine Sea Island Shirtings. 37, &c., &c..' Sperm and Train Oil.BETTON, &c., &.c.&,HIGGS.for sale by parilla frame, and is take subject no other.; therefore ask for Sands Strsa- porting to belong to -A. A.Davenport.FISHER. Sbenff

April 3, 1547. 37 December 12. 1840. 4'0 and ex effieio Tax Col. for Leon Cant/
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