The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 29, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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We may mention the name: of a prince, a. and sustain. Inpnn cn.n1i

' baTj been,for a time ant least connected with for a thisif not la ar w at
I b plating too much
the New Orleans ba1.. Achille Murat, SEBLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, 6AA TUBDAY, MAY 29, 1847. VOL. XVIII-NO. I co at the e.IPnaofoup domestic wants'? .
the of Naples, made his debut in
ion'of ex-king r e.rm.dI J our OWD.ha.n and only
advocate there, and showed himself a -- -- -- --- --- of
u From AtaA'f V :.r"from the Al O. Dell. From the Journal. w aW i stem
Gazette. Georgia .
Saturday then
plough under the old rows leaving a strip. .
remarkable man, if n4 an orator. With asingularity *., dy and dependent, ,and deprived
however belonging to his character GIRL. plants formed by the nronert-bw- ;dlem, I 11 and comforts
be never appeared: at the bar.a second Twas a beautiful spot: where the fine covered for new rows. Cultivate between these new The serpent that has so long writhed be. Mr. Edi:-Believing that the following suits of The late from the pur.

time and Las since qujttf; the town and the cot of the mountaineer stood in the ridge rows with the hone as before ; and, so on in. neati the talons of the Eagle of Anahuac may be to Faren feel jt my duty cotton has Agriculture.excited the high price of

ewmtry. We may. how ft.r, mention an anecdote of the wood. There the forests bird's song definitely.The .. hat last risen against its foe, and coiling its to let them know it. question is frequent. cautious of already what is here advised planter; and b :

of bis stay there,' which rests en the echoed all the day Tong, andj the mountain nunerous folds around his sturdy frame, hisses Iy asked me, why it islbat tbe worm never injure who has felt the evils of for I am;
authority of his mother,the Princess Lipona.. stream played in the edge of the shade ; where use of! a Watch in Church.-We have in xiumph above the head of the prostrate my cotton, whilst that of my neighbors f their cotton crops, instead

While Italy was a ptorjnce of the empire, the graceful young fawn cropt the herbage at sometimes seen persons in service time very kin>; of bir. The Republic for which Hi. is ruined 7 And why it is that I raise more I o in hand blening. Debt and cotton go hand l

mutiny broke out in the garrison of Leghorn, dawn from the wide spreading lawn. It was attentive to their timepieces ; but we never dato fought and died, totters wheat to the acre, that no disease or in. toether. J. H. D. ) f
of so furious a character;, as to excite, in a high beautiful spot-'twas a 'beautiful cot ; and thought of writing on the subject till we saw. evil now like old Laocoon, under the heavy sect ever aect it 7 an can only say that it i Comfy,Ala.,Fcb/>., 18.1. i
surely there ne'er maiden fair the following excellent reasons for the practice wegbt and agonizing embrace of the from the of Lime.
f degree, Napoleon's indignation. lie was no was a more hydra fre use .For several yean COLONEL DONIPIIAN. t I
friend insubordination, and resolved to crushit nor a maiden more rare, than the maid that in Waterville Union. On the subjectof Faction, whose many heads encircle its body past. I have used Lie as a manure on my We glory alike in all the of .

in the bud, and mak! a terrible example o f dwelt there. Shall I picture this maid of the taking out one's watch during serm6n, thai an! breathe a deadly poison into its inmost wheat and cotton-on my wheat by sowing it gallant Ilier. Far be it eJploit our our .
This is small Thereare r'
the culprits. Achille Ajurat\ was charged with greenwood and glade, as sho was in the day paper says : no exploit. soil. broadcast, and on my cotton by putting it in to a a single Ieaffrom the I

this painful duty, and shame and remorse succeeded when Allen held sway, while his Iron. many advantages arising from it. In tbe Never, in the history of mankind, did the the drill. I used o two to three barrels of of our brave leaden, in order that laref another on 1,. .
first it will be known that the has
nerved the ofthe 7 She place man fel of its baleful its Lime to the I may
men were pride glen spirit party display power, acre. find that the abundance shine
a forgetfulness. However more and fill
conspicuously larger ;
neither too tall! too short small a watch. In the second place he will show uler annihilation of all and nation. it produced the of Lime ,
was patriotism by
the Emperor's orders were strict, that punish or u over and above space in the records of our nation's glory... I t
ment be infiicted. Murat therefore called the nor so slight or so airy as the form of a fairy. that the sermon has not much affected bim.- afeeling! more conspicuously than now disgace what it oterwis would produce more than Never was there a war in which tbe various 1 {:
it will be modest hint the
But the ofthe this Thirdly, a to the of Mexico. the paid
pride capital During me advanced for
glade was rosy-cheek- : money tho Lime leaden !
soldiers and after
together, reproaching them pressed closely on eachh- other in
bitterly for their offence, required that the ed maid, with eyes quite as blue as the sum. ter that he has preached long enough! and ege of Jerusalem, by Vespasian and Titus the first year, not saying anything about the the race of glory.1 have done their T. ";
mer's sky hue, and the tresses of brown floating should bring the sermon to a close. Fourthly, (be erudie Josephus records that 'advantage to be derived from the same lime nobly, and -1 duty .
ringleader of the mutiny should be given wbist ably successfully. Taylor has :
otherwise. ton men out bf the battalion would up gracefully down, and nestling below on a it will take up a portion of the time and atten. Holy City was besieged by the Rumans the for years afterwards, as a manure, as it be. rendered the valley of the Rio Grande classic

be draws by lot, and shot. The soldiers hung bosom of snow. She could warble and sing tion, so that a part of the sermon, certainly, populace within were divided numerous comes impregnated in the land, and takes !In our history, by deeds of brillian.l.an' .1
their heads and themselves like the songsters of spring : she could spin ([if not the whole) will pass by the man as the contending factions, who, whenever the ene yean for it to become wasted ; and also the surpassing ".
I professed the readyfor and could reap-could ride the gray steed at idle wind, and be lost. Fifthly, it will show my without, susj>eno H.lin Af",t 1.L- -: r. r :._ I. .. .. '& {Mp irb Vr,1-i I ,
any punishment Emperor as might. inflict... he too of his uiwd.!; nnH h** -p...,.*l ..:n. what estimate hn nub n mp.. lOr y-*- _.ucd their arms against one another, and diseases of'all kinds. Why is it that it pre. on the craggy summits o ;
Upon them,but bf"ssed tf( g n ntl oi t. & it will attract the notice of others the and insects is for other after tj
with her father's rifle. And this bouncing Sixthly around ought wig even more ferocity than characterized vent worm ; to ny, occupying an immense tertor (
them to turn informers against their comrades. young maid of the ever green shade was chaste and turn their attention from the mcs- thtir defence against a foreign and answer, who know the properties of lime bet. marches two thousand mies with i R ,

Murat could not }yield/ and the ten whose and refined, and had such a mind as you seldom sage in like manner. Seventhly, it is an act common enemy. But the Mexicans do not ter than I do. This year my neighbor L-'s company, through a hostie country,fights sev. i "

names were drawn, wee about to be carried will find among the gay maids of haughtier very much in harmony with a passage of Scrip. cease then domestic strife at the approach of cotton field adjoined mine, nothing but a fencebetween oral battles against an overwhelming force, .

ofij; when three soldiers' stepped to the front, grades.A ture : When will the new moon be gone that heir foe. The moment their General com ; his crop was partially destroyedwith suppresses an insurrection, and re-establishes ;:x '

and aVowed themselves the instigators of the lover she had who would havebeen glad wo may sell corn 7 and the Sabbath, that we menced ha against the invader's force, was the worm, whilst mine was not injured. American supremacy on the distant Pacific. .

revolt. There was so much shame and con. : to capture her heart by his scheming art. 0' may set forth wheat ?' Amos viii. 5. selected a a fit occasion to light up the torch The worm attacked my cotton at the'same Price, with a single battalion of volunteer t 4':.

trition expressed by the vieux mustaches, that landy his name, dandy by fame, who,though These remarks are evidently intended as a of civil diaension, and unchain the genius ofdiscord time, but soon disappeared without doing any and reglar defeats an insurgent force of '

Marat was deeply moved. lie stood silent wrinkled and parched, whiskered and starch. whip, and we doubt not there are those who upon; the afflicted capital : whilst the injury. This has been the case for several two soldiers, and with small loss re. "

awhile, then ordered the three criminals to be ed and displayed quite a rare and citified air. may deserve its lash. But we think, that in \lant sollien of the were going forth years, ever since I have used lime, whilst my vives quiet and order in tbe vast valley of the l t
taken to prit-en; to be shot) the next morning. most where such the countr neighbor L- used none. I have had the North Rio And .
Well, he knelt at her feet and began en. cases a practice prevails o give battle in their homes and Grne. now, the latest and 1 \
That same night, when everything was treat, while his great bosom beat with unmer preacher is quite as much in the fault, as those firesides,tb parties at the capital were threat. same demonstrations in my wheat, which has not the lest glorious of the many valorous t :

quiet, except the measured step of the patrol, ciful heat : and he told such a tale, as he deem. who take out their watches. If it is an insultto cuing murdering one another, intent onlyon forced me to believe that it was fro the u achievements of this war the extraordinary I

and the cry of sentinels on the walls, Muratwu ed would not fail to make her believe that the preacher for his hearers to look at their their fictions and selfish ends, and leaving of lime. There is no doubt but that the lime march and brilliant victory achieved by Cl. j i '.

seated in his apartment, while before him he could not deceive. watches, it is quite as much of an insult to he army of their defenders unprovided with goes farther, and answers the same purpose, Dpniphan} in Chihuahua, crown the I o f & '

stood three grizzled veterans' cap in hand, While he thus knelt pleading, while thus them for him to detain thembeyonddue bounds, ho mean of subsistence. One of these par. by using it with muck peat or compost but I stirring eent and splendid actions, which has 1

weeping like children. ; It was not death the interceding, he thought by her smiling that while he spins out a lifeless, monotonous yarn, ties, comin the wealth and property hold have been so the raw lime _mae this s glorious a epoch in the annals ,'t

heroes ofArcole and Marengo feared-it was his words were beguiling. But he found the called a sermon. It, of course, is very pain. ers country, refuses to mortgage its im. that I have never tried it any other wal.- our Re public. 'q.

to be disgraced-to die the death of traitors; conclusion a hopeless delusion ; for that maid ful to a preacher to see his audience get un tnense possessions to save the country from My lime has cost me one dollar and fifty cents With a force of nine hundred men, nearly b .

-they wept, not for their fate, but for theircrimes. was unlinking his cheming was thinking, and easy. Ho should therefore be careful not to the occupation of a foreign and heritical" per barrel. I believe that it could and ought all citizen soldiers, this gallant and able officer |;$ "

she thought in a twinkling, she'd give him a make: them so, by having his discourse too enemy. Another party is equally desirou of to be furnished for less, but Farmers can well marches a thousand miles, over dreary des. |IjE .
Listen, said Muraf, "I believe you are long too afford to dollar and cents for limeas and hostile without *5 3
sprinkling of the well-peppered ointment of or uninteresting.No shuffling the burdens of this war off the shoul- pay one fifty ers through a countr re.
really: sorry for what youhave! done,and I want minister in these force his at least this without off from all i
lacked disappointment : Ere he drew to a daIs can der of trade and commerce on to those of the a manure, i my experience. .sources, ,
to save your lives To4norrow at day.break close she turned her nose, as bearers to listen to.him. lie cannot do it by church. Another prays for the long continu. Yours, respectfully, supplies and r.infonement into the very .
will be led out Execution outside the up you may sup. !
you to scolding them or calling them hard names.- ofthe the best of DAVID L. McLANE. centre ofthe country; meets bis ,
as means
pose,just as high as she chose and scorning ance war, trp 1
city. I will take care that there shall be no his prose,through his pleadings she; broke, thusit Nor can he do it by telling them they oughtto log its power and the profits of military preserv.disluriemenU Fayetteville, Ga. Oct. 4, 1846. in greatly superior force ; defeats them i f
spectators The platoon will fire on you with hear the He must them pitched battles with tbe loss of
was that she spoke gosjtcl. interest and pillage, and of blinding the scarcely a mad I !
blank cartridges, and you must fall down and ; both in matter and manner. And one of From the Southern Cultivator. a large and flourishing : '+
Oh great is fame : O'Handy part people to the atrocities which mark its captures city ; o.
: your
remain motionless, till they march off the name-from the city you came with your heart your the manner that will interest, is showing them ernment. These are the three great parties gov- PLANTATION. ECONOMY-PLANTING TOO pies a rich and populous State ; and then, tj S 3 3

ground. A trusty mart will be ready to put all a flame ; and you thought in the shade of hat he has sense enough to know how to time that at present divide the people, or the lead. MUCH COTTON. when the conquered people are reduced to .
you into a close carriage; a vessel sails to. his and when leave off. If Mr. Editor The is far advanced and be
a mountain or glade,to capture a maid by pomp subjects, to a min. era of the people of Mexico. Though deadly :- season subjection alegiance. prepares to i
morrow for America, oh board of which you and parade. Oh save all your hopes and islet does not wish his hearers to take out their opposed to one another, they all unite on one towards our preparation for another crop, the march with his bnd ffe hundred miles !:

willembark. Here is a parse of gold for each your fears, your ducks' and your dears for watches, let him look oftener at his own, or common ground of bitter hatred to the Ameri shortness of the last enabling u to put our farther, to reinforce army of the Rio

of you. Will you promise to behave your. some other ears. All men are agreed you're mark the index of time on the countenances cans, and uncompromising hostility to any am. plantations in good repair, and our lands in Grande, then supposed to be surrounded by ,., .s t
selves : before him.-Boston Olive Branch. fine condition for cultivation. Such has Anna with his legion
a nice bird indeed, but your figure's too lean, icable arrangement of the difficulties between ben Sat army.
Everything happened as he had arrangedIt i the with all who feel the In few have the and ..i
you're too gaunt and too green ; and that is the two nations. But yet they are unwilling case importance a days we hope to pride
and Napoleon thank d Murat for having taken ARISTOCRACY.few" men distinguished of time and desirous of pleasure of recording the entire of this
not all tall is to make sacrifices concessions making good use are success .
or to
you're excessively nose any one
the lives of only three of his soldiers.- by their rank and opulence."-Noah Webster. and doing well. The bite ad. most extraordinary It
too big-you've a voice like a pig, and you another, for the purpose of aiding in makingeven improvement enterris. f
The circumstances regained a secret until How came the fan men to be distinguished in all agricultural will regarded in of the
while decent defence their hated foe. vance products,are blessings L as one
wear a huge wig your upper lip seems a against m .1
1830 when Prince Achille Murat, walking in by their rank and opulence 1 According to to the if appreciatedand achievements of ancient or modern 1 ,
just_the shape of your dreams. Now my answer The war is only used as one of their party agiclturls properly briIat
the suburbs of New Orleans, was caught in a you know-there's the door, you may the democratic declaration of this democratic cries-as a sort of tub thrown to tbe popular m ue if improperly used, will tims Neither the retreat of the ten thousand .
shower. Ho sought shelter in the nearest !" republic, "all men are created froe and equal." whale, to withdraw attention from the am- terminate in the end as disastrous as the times Greeks, unden Xenphn-he bloody f,
house, a mall and plain.one; a man and wife, go The truth of this assertion that when we are ii of 1835 and continue I march of Comes ;
itio\L of(L factlonlet steady through swarming
Still he lingered to plead in his love and his ) $ designs BOW 36V..b
with their children, the only inhabitants born each and into this An in of the Aztecs and Tlascalans myi. I
werp need-and he boasted and told of his titles and every man comes each of these parties is compelled keep up our pnuis wit industry and economy ad -nor I
The man had an austejre, yet.good natured ;old-of her station in life whom he chose world naturally possessing the same rights of the cry, lest the othen should take advantage a i store for all who are : various en'errie.accomplished by small t

face, and that stiffish wjalk which an old sol for his wife. But he found 'twas no part of a life, liberty, and the pursuit ol happiness," of its apparent want of patriotism, and triumph discreet. But bear in mind that we should bodies of traversing hostile territory,of ,! .

dier can never get rid;; of. The Prince remarked mountain maid's heart to bear insult and none in this country, but the few distinguished, over it. The church party can only save its continue farmers, not secuator or sole venders which histor has any record, exceeded in t

that the man ejed him fixedly, and from an or a tongue. That maid could wrong not will presume to gainsay. How then came property from confiscation, by going as far of cotton : our We difficulty, danger, or in success, the master s,. .
seemed strangely agitated. The prince, on eye such distinctions 1 a have laborers animals of various kinds march of the and
other in and demonstration as ly Doniphan over vast plains A
brook such word and such look, and she caught any party cheap easy r {
the other hand, sitting by the bumble hearth, An is unnaturaL The well fellow in other dependent the of New Mexico.
down a broom that hung in the room, and hit aristocracy simplefact of hostility. The party of Gomez Farias as beings occupations, through populous valley i
cast his around the room with the idle of all hu. for the life 1 But the merits and distinction of Col. Don. '
sets of
eyes him a blow that made the blood flow not establishing an aristocracy would not exis ,for a moment if it did not backits on u greater necessity 1'.1
curiosity of a man who has nothing to do.- fully slow. He lit en all four just out grace.of the man rights askew ; and distorts the fair visageof attack upon the Treasury of the Holy ([their daily bread ;) hence we must not let the iphan do not depend alone on the success of .
He rose, for he saw on the walls some coarse and If" few of drive from this He 1 '1
door all covered with Then he equality justice among men. a Church, bv the strong argument of the neces present high prices cotton us our extraordinary military enterrs. 4
engravings of Napoleon's Generals and bat. his feet and considered gore.it sweet and exceed sprangto men are distinguished by their rank and opulence sity of carrying on the war with the United domestic culture, (breadstuffs in abundance,) has left him in the conquered tlrr more ., t

tles. Above them were placed, under a laurel ingly meet to beat a retreat to corer defeat, ," they must have obtained such distinguished States. Then there is the war party, composed to give room for large crops of cotton ; if we lasting monument of his wisdom and sagacity i .

crown, two portraits of Murat as generaland and fled from the place in shame and disgracedisappeared trait from somo man or set of men. of the ambitious and military portion of so do, in the end misery and misfortunes will in the compilation of laws prepared by him rc? $

as king. o'er the and was never Some men must have been robbed of their the people, who support the war as the best overtake us, the very authors of it. For instance for the government of New Mexicans. I't

Have you ever seri ed in France 7" said more seen-and ever since green the city dandifiedmen rights or property to enable these few to get field of distinction, or rather for plunder.- experience is our best monitor, and to Throwing aside the sword and the military i .*
thePrince."Tes : than their natural share. Such is be show what disaster from the of Cicero .
have learned to beware of the Green more ( Should the church party display any Juke. may occur, neglecting insignia adopting language j S
sir," answered the host, not without Mountain Fair.Singular case with the aristocracy af England, France warmness on the subject of the war, the our provision crops, we can only refer to arena cedant togae he seizes his pen at the in. '.

some embarrassment. &c. They hold the property and get the pro. war party, proper, could combine with the the past eight ear the galling effects of vitation of our General.in.chiel and from the t. i

Where, and under whom 7" Habit of the Menagerie Beasts.A .- ceeds therefrom, while the mass of peoplethe radicals, and overthrow the hierarchy.,. So which are still felt by many. We stint our rich stores of experience, .$. .
"In: Italy, under Gen.: Murat. writer in a Cincinnati paper describes a laborers-have to do all, out of which labor if the radicals were to relax their .r fw pmt r-.lule, won gals calculation, that compiles n 'system uf>juii"fn.j. jaira1iy I fa 1 j
The of the soldier) held out his "r' we plant so acres in corn, the bal. adapted to soften the and alleviate the .
son -king midnight visit to the animals of Raymond & the aristocracy grind enough to fill their the war, the would effec wi many rigors :j 1
head to his father's did comrade. Your \Varing's Menagerie, in winter quarters, in own pockets, and the payment cf the taxes mion, with cJu"L with war party. the farm in cotton, and with a good horrors of military rule in the conquerred ; ,.

came, my brave fellow 7" hat city with DrosUach, the famous keeper. necessary for the support of the government, from the necessity of sustaining them. season it will make us brea.and food for our country-a jurisprudence whose faithful and t i

"Claude Gerarde ; might I ask, sir-" le says : leaving to the poor, overwrought laborer Tbus selves, all these parties are compele to unitein mules&c. Now, in fr place, there is efficient enforcement wi contribute more to. U
Ie I Achille Murat." hold and soul but a sufficiency planted, the seasonsto redeem and elevate race, now )
am It was a sight worth walking ten miles to scarcely: enough to body togeth.cr. the warm advocacy war the allowin degenerate ;f
"It U true theu and my eyes did not deceive ee.-We found contrary to the assertions of Such and opulence" must in the northern barbarians." be favorable, to yield enough, none to subject to our rule, than al the bloody battles II' J

me You are the son of my General, natural historians, an elephant lying down.It first place have been stolen by the lords, or in. These are the three principal parties that spare ; hence our allowance is SbOr and it that ever were fought won. !:

of my King, and my Savior If I am now has always been asserted that these ani. considerately and without forethought have have up the late revolution in the city must be used sparingly to meet want of To the crown of'laurel, then, which belongs

alive, if I have a wife and children, I owe it mats sleep standing. The different caged an. been surrendered by the mass of the people. of stire. the plantation, the travelling and other persons to this gallant officer and gentleman, let there ;( J

to him alone ;" and thereupon the old soldier imals were reposing in the most graceful and The lords of Europe now hold such rights, But there are other parties, which though i unprovided for., This system at once placesin be added the still more glorious civic wreath, 4:
told sketched down often hands of others in tbe to due to him who has rescued, by his wisdom, f fI
have the
the story we classical attitudes. The lion and th. tiger, "rank and opulence. We see with what now weak, are visibly increasing in power power, end i
interrupting it with blessings and exclamations the leopard and the panther, were lying with rigidness they exercise them over the poor felIqjvs and number, and must eventually triumph use against us. How 7 Our policy is I a whole nation from degradation, lawlessness, a !

of gratitude.The i their paws affectionately twined about each l who were fools enough to surrender or be ver the old divisions and factions. These par.0 enormous crops of cotton, at tho sacrifice of I crime and ignorance. Let tbe double glor b

Prince, whose singular character and other, without regard to species or nativity.In cheated out of what is next in importance to ties are governed by patriotic motives and our domestic wants, consequently, in the first his, of having subdued a people by arms, 2! J

aversion to society, led hfa. to av
and wander about in the country, never, while mal, it is the never failing custom of one to Unless we stop where we are, and revolu. most intelligent and virtuous citizens in Mexi that diminishes its valita. Secondly, we conquered an enemy entlighten and ,

he remained in America, found any roof more keep watch while the others sleep. The sen. tionize what has been done, we may expect a co. They are the advocates of peace, or if rise the domestic consumption market which elevate him. ;
welcome, and visited none oftener, than that much ina similar state of affairs in this and we bean heavily on all mankind. Thirdly,'we
try is relieved with as regularity as country they have encouraged the war, it has only Proverbs.-A white glove often conceals a
which covered the poor and humble abode of well regulated camp of soldiers, although not shall have unrelenting aristocracy wieldingtheir been i to get rid of(he military drones that afflict become buyers from other of what we should dirty hand. :

tU father's companion in arms. probably, with as much precision in regard opulence and rank with no light hand.- the country. But really they desire peace produce ourseles-hence the demand is in. Te remedy for injuries is not to remember c

Scene. The l late Geo. Dunn, to time. The sentinel paces back and forth, Already do our few distinguished" manufacturers on any terms short of the extinction of their creased; imainar wants, our I'
Affecting of demands
jailer--or will have and is very careful not to touch or do anything and' bankers ask, with unblushing national existence. They are willing to in. large crops cotton 1 many Be a friend to yourself; and others will. .
,as modern magniloquence that let it bear what it its
effrontery the mass of our people to labor for the to meet, price may,
comrades. he United States of the the
it Kilm inham blunt to arouse Occasionally demnify the to accept Go into the country to hear news of :
g01'ernor-of was a value in will be less to the wild and
kind-hearted who had witnessed lies down, but always with his head towards them for a mere pittance. terms of the treaty proposed through Atocha, money town.
Northumbrian, farmer than he well
scenes in his time. Being he front of the cage, and never sleeps until With tarifflaws, and such like unequal legislation and to yield such portions of their country as injudicious can imagine, Be not a baker if your head U made of but .
affecting have the results. What
until facts
many ] they call off another bonus to still produced '
incident connectedwith he is relieved. This singular custom, Herr they are unable to defend, provided they can
required to mention die the of of .
.has been results our largo cotton ter.Call
crowd their filled crops g
more already-well pock
which had most af: Dresbach informs us, since his connectionwith once more have peace and friendly intercoune me cousin but cozen me not.
fected capital him punishments his 1 be the Menagerie has never been known ets. By special charters they obtain contra. with their most profitable neighbr. There is heretofore ? Have they enriched us?- Faint praise is disparagement. p
during long experience, selected Have made 2 No. Corn '
to tbe national constitution, the privilege of think they u independent
to be violated. Thomas Cartgenerallyknown ry another who and Ask what thou shouldst buy.
go thy
one so simple sti
so touching as party i found "
proves has market with the
him to have been pocejsssed, not only of as Uncle Tom-who is the faithful furnishing us their notes as a currency, upon here is no safety for poor Mexico, but !in her always a ready Zeal without knowledge IS like fire with. |j I
tender feelings, but of\la most correct and very del. night watch of the establishment, and who is which they demand their interest. They en. incorporation into our Union. They have ex. planters and a for meat, Tenncs-. but light. fl,
and have been
icate judgment. At thi last interview between the oldest showman in the United States, con. joy these and diven other privileges, while perienced our irresistible power; they have lee Kentucky our hogpensmillions Youth and white papersoon take an impres. tS
they refuse to be bound for oftheir of dollars are annually taken from us,
redemption and
firms the statement. witnessed unparalleled
criminal our pros-
condemned and his wife-their progress
a child,-a bonny wee thing-just beginning to It requires 500 pounds hay per day to : notes, or to be assessed for taxes, as other met >peril ; they bow to our immense superiority for meat alone ;.and I ask if this is not impov.. sion.Vows made in stemware forgotten in calms. i

prattle-wan playing about the cell. Her lit. feed two elephants alone. The carnivorous are bound and assessed. And these men for. in all the arts civilization ; they have seen erishing our country and ourselves tohe amount The church is out of temper when charity is .

tie eyt was caught byfthe i glitter of the bolts animals consume from 100 to 120 poundsof bid our legislature to interfere with our vested. I happiness, peace, and prosperity" everywhere expended in this wanton folly-which rank in cold and zeal is hot.

which confined the Ca1 er', legs, and she cried meat each day. Besides this, large quanti. rights attending the gigantic strides of our Republic ; itself should make us blush when we are Wan. The sting of reproach is the truth of it. I

oat, ia blisefal ignoranfce! of their use-" Oh, ties of apples, potatoes, turnips, &c., are dailypurchased Call you not this an aristocracy 7 Are we and they know that these are the outward ed,or desire to be called good platen for should 7 A goosequlll is more dangerous than a lion' 1
daddy what things! You never wore for the monkeys,birds and small an. not effectually ridden by the chartered mon. and visible signs of the inward and saving ton folly, I express mp1 yes, claw. !
pretty if
raise meat,
imals.Slratcbemex.. eyed-lords in this u the English are in course of our
country and real And
these al home." grate" of true, rtonl lbrty. not to 7 The fkrmera are the men Maxims.Never regret what is'irretriev.
their titled landlords tVe
are already spare
said the by then recurring -the .
lad I have ably lost.Never.
"Many a thing seen unnambre with all suchas
.-Is it not singular that so few encased with the substance of an unyielding social to supply the country proTi.ion
bonest have and believe that which
jailer "and bitter rapid premature decl-he seems improba
many cry the climate and
themselves to we ,
provide with dare mention- are
a plentiful of this aristocracy. True, we not
which have
crop and debasement ape
that physical ,
heard\within these walls but never one political
; very early i and most delicious fruit? Most think of it. But our chartered when doing, there is
give 1 injuicou
hardly Mexico since the ble.Never
Themother ever the
made me blubber likeja child till then. doubt deterred pursued poor pursuing somewhere, and i if expose your disappointment to
no are by supposed difficultjand bankers, and protected manufacturers the of management err
rather than the substance liberty
himaelt-oh world
air and the fellow ;
poor of culture. But sow not we must continue the hewen of
cost by the following title of lords and have most aristocracy
sir. it was terrible, terrible.Tail'l Maga- strawberries we a potent the-victim of ceaseless faction a repaire of water. How often do Never complain of being ill used.
swe. proceu.an acre may be kept at once-an aristocracy that is grow. eternal revolution, this afflicted people may well of friends, and
I. ; in the first bearing condition for any lengthof ing and gaining strength yearly. This aris.tocracy well shrink in horror from the cotrand we hear farmers abusing the country we live Alwall'pak speak always your good and never o
time, at no more cost than to cultivate be down in, and our market as they have )
Tk Knoxville (Term.) Standard say*- an must put peaceably, now, or I seek A asylum tinder our benign tom ilL
Mauyoftht preacher in the New England acre of corn, after the first setting out has been : it will hereafter require a violent revolution.An 1 stitutions..Of the extensive existence of this all we make 7f How is th Why, to b
is the
if raise not our only an
Stets done. sure, brea T Ct-Te
art preaching against the war. One there ctn be no doubt. Every account a
of thtra jut before the; Connecticut election Set out the} plants in rows about three feet Irishman, named James Malone, com. pry Mexico represents it to be oo the increasenot merchants must supply us, and 1 it ima cnnot It is an e.ttorn j
dkd the!. and a toot in the rows Keep milted a murder thirty.six in Ire but skein is but supplying our wants, hence we roust expect r fac that the moment they
j devil the, Rough and Ready of apart apart ] yean ago numbers and influence, I make
; and well cultivated hors land dc eluded onlll to pay for .them, and out of the proceeds stream they turn over and can
them clean by. a justice by escaping to America. and of its advocacy Irug J
too the
LiIIjS0ch pulpit eloquence was power. publicity .
[ o This themselves from being I
attached the or cultivator, and in a After living in this of our cotton i reversing efor prevent
|wadlh democrat were beaten in the"toCoaaeeticnt to plough country eighteen yean, incorporation into the United States. No Oe cp 'ling '' }
elections Whiggery raises year or two they will bear abundantly. In a he returned to Ireland, where, after remain.,. can doubt that the happiness of mankind instead of supplying men o .
the will want leg in security for eighteen he b could occupations, they a furnishing U whatwe There are no comparably] t the
wctaover this victory. Democracy cares year or two more, plantation yean more, I would b4 if this party lon IDg
but Udefcr it. We} are consoled with the renewing ; to do which, let the runners fill up has just been identified u the murderer Inform. succeed in gar proe .hou puc. Under I circumstan. o Zion : DO equal to tho o
tiab which has before ed of and committed for trial. "He is pre. to b prosperous andindependent and politics like those which the
or the battta of Buena Vista and Vera the space between the rows, now} CN pbet I ip
: 1 How enrich
Cruri. J 1 been kept clean and in fine condition, and over 70 years of age. Envy shoats at others and wounds herself. can expect to tea.-Mo. ,


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:tt.J ,- -iffrt7rThen. Tim Crop the East and Kiddie. Resolved: That la Mr
ied the changed I Polk
Ll1 : I'' : "' r;;;1M) Charletlon? Jlemtry.MPORTAtfTTO 1 i if the parties think proper to proceed in i it.t .- THE FLORI i i"LET opinion ajtothewriVeof a* S.inelh ask if The junior o this paper ha Just returned the firm and warm-hearted w
BANKS AND OmE -TIIE I is ordered that so much of the Decree assets it
; ., ip revocation caused that too 1Butsuppo.s f roxn a ehort visit to the East,passing through the po Doba.
4'4' CASE t>F THE CHARLESTON BANK. aside tbe assignment from I. E. Holmes to bee'nthe which bounties of Jefferson, Madtaon and Hamilton, and ling against various el
% : !vl understand this it Is I James G. Holmes, be reversed. And it is ordered 1' A 10 1 1.. ; there had provocation sition founded caprice,
To case, only neces- he Sentinel allege as its excuse for the change in f rom his 0"1 observation he is enabled to speak o i party rancor,ty
'$ to statfe,that the Bank loaned Us customer and decreed, that the rest of the circuit than be. prospect the crop.in the counties enumerated, personal rindictiveness : that wo look
4 .29 i it would in better l
Saturday May 1317. I course, no position tb rju
,. ; decree bo reversed, and the bill of I_ E. i. b t
6 $30,000, and received in pledgo Stock of the f ore. That paper aid the course it adis wa the ; a* well as in Columbia and Alachoa, and from the virtues of that illustrious statesman, a

19v : Railroad abdlfiank Company tho amount of h Holmes be dismissed.Signf'd 03-: The Her. Dr. L. PiakC. Afet oth Atner- I part of and the duty of all goo citizens. report* of gentlemen hi whom reliance may b placed 1 eminently as constituting a i c
r1 : 544 shares;, collateral security. The note ( ) WAI. HARPER.We Bible Society,i i. now in our city bwinks connected Ten pbioi5 core it is now pursuing i is the ,of the condition of the crops in Marion,Levy and anchor ofour prious t e.
I. 1 not paid at maturity and at the request concur. ian 3enton. In ,the is promising nationa safety ; an that)
was ; with the of ahrakh of that opposite of this. But shall it be said that .obhua eor crp Yf I
I : of the debfor time was given from 8th Decem. (Signed) BENJ. F. DUNKItf. Society in this elai.hmet. preacaw i iolbe MethoJJst party provocation hall drive a man from the H mere part i ndeed. but the cotton has suffered from the backward faltering f course, lathe maintenance ofAc( .

-. ber, 1839, to January 4, 1842 ; when after JAMES J. CALDWELL.Filed Church to-tnorrow.plae of patriotism" and the "duty of a good citizen?"- spring and heavy rains. Two wek ago the kin rights and American honor, b ertcW

; full notice} die Stock was sold in rnarkel 21st \b\'. 1317.OFFICIAL -_ corn wa beginning to tassel in this Old t bis
open[ this the high moral entiment of the Sentinel?- county. a monument to memory in '

.. IA$5H
I the araoitnt* of sales to be carried to thcredifof HlAn-QUARTERS: RtO. MoU.VTKD: RrVl.CMEX }] IB our last paper we were le to 'etecnt**t "r." t', it. u.r M good citizen I If *o. what will its In Columbia, the crops appear discouraging at leas On motion of Col.Robert Brown

;3 %s the,debt. The Stock was bid off at JaJjpaAprih23,1S47. J tb ahiftinjc course o the whigs if rejudto tbf I reader think tw weight of it. "highest obligation ao far aj we could see and learn. The com and cot. it waj

; .. about SId| per share : soma months after i iapprcciatodr it COLONEL : I have the honor to report thaI t war with Mexico, tad, among other thingi fbowed I -the, obligation 0 to maintain truth end e% (.. m_ll.md requiring a season to make the: Resolved, That the proceedings of this ox*.

I *, and was sold at a considerable the regiment of mounted riflemen, under the that our neighbor ottbeSenunct had followed. error Such an avowal of its sense of duty in con payable Old corn in go tbi county exceedingly in; b published in all the Dem
r : : the command of Major Summer, was, on the party. and changed also. In reply' to what tvuaid, nection with the very weak argument and unworthy scarce, and not to be had a$2' per bushel. In Hamilton of Middle and East p

I : FIn November, isis: tbis bill was filed to 17th instant! drected: in adrance of the Is t the Sentinel contain a long article, which inn elaborate sentiment we have here wi not add much I and Madison, with occasional exceptions, the DANIEL M.Forda.STEWART

.1 compel Bank togi ve credit for their re-sale, brigade 2d division rrgulars, then in motion effort to justify the change but wbic w. to the moral force of np teachings. He crops also appear backward. Cotton look fair,but Sen;

t ) that Trustees to sell to take position with a viow of turning:;: ,.i show fall far short its circumstances has suffered ( the same and cold. In C1iairm -
I on tho ground being they o purp should learn to b a patriot under all teas these counties Jo
the at tho main JAHES: S. *ES,
2. could not tuy themselves, and as Trustees must or storming "enemy' position" The first portion of our arice Sntnel jlo.p not swerving because he is taunted with it, not turn. corn i is also in gel demand, and commands a "
of Cerro Gordo. The firs
k account fpr all their profits to their "cestlli height the not pretend to answer. We take it for grated, ing aside to gratify party passion, nor in anywise i ready sale at from $ $1.25 per busheL In Jefferson Secretary.

I que trust,'? and so Chancellor Job Johnson, it squadron of tha of riflemen of attack was, halted under about 400 therefore, that it is unanswerable, for othcrwie e abating it for love, favor, partiality or prt'judie.- at least the largest portion that we aw, the Fro the A*. O. Pieayvnt,May 19.
i an elaborate decree, decided. An appeal yards point cove grave a matter would be led ufrouh This: think it is good indeed, while the cotton, although .
: from the enemy's batteries. While no This i i. every man' duty, and we a poor corn crop very LATE FROM TIlE CITY OF
i was by confession when we hear one uy he is driven fromit I not ( season, Slate in
fired of
orders it the Affair
t i I of Equit and was argued at its late sitting, was upon by enemj's bat those wbifts whoa ia the early stage of the iar, by provocation. shows the effects of the cold and rain; Complaint S City o Mexico.Tmenf .
in front and their skirmishers its lei t party Major Gaines
by B. T. .Hunt and C. G. Mcmminger, Esq's tcry flank. The on recommended it* rigorous prosecution and an id. We have extended this reply longer than we intended were heard for the first time of the cotton lice, bn Prisoners taken ltA.J

?.. for appellant, and Mr. Bailey, Attorney General squadron was immediately de vance to the capital, thereby approving july. but, a the Sentinel's course has been that o I. the warm rains and weather of the last few day wi]LI ca On a

; ), and,Mr. Hayne, for the appellee. The ployedand with this the charge ordered.attacked Simultaneously the! ing it a the cause o our country, but who now an. mot whig newspapers and politicians, we thin: soon scatter these destructive little insec.. Corn i in sation Tuesday with we had the pleasure of leaner.
:' Appeal Court reversed the decree, and dismissed enemy was upon demn and denounce it baring been wickedly I Mr. Black, late Americ Coon!
a have said is in
j t what we of sufficient general importance Jefferson some demand, and worth about sev the
summit ami farther of the !hill tb at
slope by 0 city Mexico who
) this bill thus the I. unconstitutionally brought on by the atd I on fte&)
affirming validity o Prf"ilent.
1 riflemen and ofinfan to engage the attention of our readers. enty-five cents. From Marion, Levy and Benton w'e of and
the sale. : Many largo cases were a waiting regiment a company who can gin no reason for the change,no DeW act, learned that the crops are in a forward state. Corn Apri arive yesterday moriago tia
Tbe driven from this E.
r- try. enemy was position known, to authorize it hat: The Mexican War Capt Carrin
have not must
: this decision, and thousands would bee I originally ,
in the silk, and it in daJf
under cover of their own batteries. Ii a the We have but little further this week coton1itb'for upon many Tampico. Mr. Black on the 3Ist
been intelligence
: put in litigation if the decree had been sutaincd. instigated to change by pure party
n. places. Old corn ia these counties Iacb aol
> .- this.attack Major Summer, commanding th e This much the silence of the Sentinel leaves to of the movement of our troops in Mexico. Genera I distressing Ie after arrival of Santa Anna from BucnaI
U scarce, not to be had for lore Th
sustained: by the Appeal Court I regiment ftO......__ -mounted-- _...-- .riflemen.. ...v .".,..,wa......severely... infer is sufficiently evident. Now, it 1 happenlhat 5i Scott, at last advices had not moved his forces be hare an suffered or money. -when no doubt the wu
were these : .0.J this has _. .. __ _.. ; poor much on account of the scarcif ,
: self in command. The rear squadrons having, been (fee course Ollbo Sentinel n eu i, J? L. .j.: ?"- -ttr --.J. .J._ _1. out win soon relieved oy me new r exceedingly annoyed at the immense labor be
GROUNDS OF APPEAL. as our own extracts from it showed, aid if that not do so. until he was sufficiently reinforced. Th C D crop. nad been at to manufacture
been the left pa a victory but of
deployed on as skirmisers, advanced On the whole, we consider that the loo
1st. Because, aller the default, there was i ina and continued the attack and assUtci per[ is to be taken a the exponent ol whi? try i in number of volunteer regiments whose terms of service only fair,with if the is crops k the battle of Buena Vista and felt in anT thing
fact this State, this ha4 been the has expired,and who will home has so'; promise season favorable of but an amiable
no fiduciary relations between the Ban/ : in driving the enemy into their works. A t course of the whig pul- return a reasonable yield to the that mo towards the barbar
.. and its borrower, in the just sense of the terms Jhit time the mountain howitzer having itieiana in Florida. What a derelopnent of the!ir reduced the forces of Gen. Scott, as to render it ne plnter. bread may b''e North .o\mericansreceiyed an turoul
battery secured to all, and the orer
of the
'. There was: no obligation to serve, and no com. been placed in position upon the heigh; principles and aims doe this fact make! Party ha S cessary to-wait for reinforcements which are being wants people satisfiecMr 1. the Governor to quit the capital immediately.

I pen sat ion for service. The stock was actually from. hich the enemy was driven, the regi acquired such a hold upon their minU that they raid in the several States, and others already oi a W'eb8/t.-Thi distinguished gentleman, a This peremptory order was given too ia P

t ; sold to tfys Bank, and transferred at the incep. ment was directed to sustain the battery in; even forget what the honor of their cowtry demands their way for Mexico. The report that the citizen S we lear from the Augusta Constitutionalist, is im sion Week-a time when no business,

I f' tion of the debt, and after the default, was the place, and also to prevent the enemy from I in time of war. of Puebla and Mexico had made overtures to the mediately to return to New England on account o'; lie or private, is transacted, and when p

t property of the Bank: who were only boundI I turning our left tl.1nk-a large force being seen As to the article: published in the Sertinel twelvemonths commanding General to occupy these cities, is said the condition of his health. It is the advice of his: most an impossibility to obtain the assisUuKa

I givo credit for it at the timo payment waperemptorily I advancing down the Jalapa road from the main ao. which we quoted l last went, that pape to be without foundation-and the movement of the i physicians that he should not prosecute hi.journe necessary to depart. Mr. Bbck however,

I demanded, which they did. height towards the two others-and bore I. now republhe it, and declares that still a here Mexican authorities, breathes nothing but resistanc e a was his original intention. This gentleman has I; succeeded in getting ready in a day

i; _. 2d. Because the usage of Banks is obliga. remained through tbe day and during the: to sentiments! therein expressed. Our reader Swill to peace and a determination to carry on the war.- ben treated with that consideration due his grea t or two, and in having the archievs of the I..

: tory on its customers, authorizing, in case ai night, assisting, with others, in sustaining remember that the article alluded'o deprecated Being foiled in every pitched battle,the new tactics fI. genius by the generous-hearted and hospitable cit 1- gation packed, which he brought with b

i redemption is not effected, a sale by a public the heavy batteries that were planled. At all ditirion wranglings and recrimtiations, and guerilla warfare is to b adopted by the Mexicans zens of the South, so far at least aj his movemen ri and demand an escort, which was at first r

I I & broker, as a common agegt ; and the creditor,p the dawn of day tho brigade was ordered to dijusion9.and recommended that all hquiry a to We trust our Government will speedily put an ep Ito thus far have given them opportunity to throw fused. A variety of petty artifices were re.

;"" having an interest, is authorized to protect his: I It prepare for battle. At an early hour, am I the merits or cause ol the war be until i it this disgraceful and barbarous system, by metein open their doors and their hearts to receive him sorted to to entrap him into a position tilt

t I. interest by bidding; otherwise, in caso of insolroncy'of before the attack upon tho main work, a large 5 should hare been honorably pstpr:> Partie 5 out to the Mexicans summary punishment AH those and it is to be regretted that he wi not visit othe; would afford a pretext for his arrest and Im.pnisonmentbut

tbe debtor, they could not sccurthemsclvps succoiing force was seen; adrancinff'' -on tho should for the time, be forgot that all might unit found thus operating should be treated as pirates o r portions of the South at this that he may lee finding them fruitless bests
; '. by giving tho highest bid at auc. Jalapa road tbe rifles in promoting the success of and hung the first the granted an and left the city the
I I, tion. : : were ordered to pass our arms. This tail d robber up on tree their capture happy condition of our people and learn to respect escor o evening -
I 1 to the left, attract the attention of the enemy, the Sentinel. .is the part of natriotism.and the da- meet with. To us this appears to be the only prope our rights and appreciate our determination fl of the of April. The order requited<

: ty CHANCELLOR- HARPER. and keep them in check until the storming of, ty of all good citizens." New, ho- e'er. it speak course. The treatment of our Government towards 5 not to submit to the slightest infringement upo n he him to embark from Tampico, an ao

the heights commenced, in which the regtnen differently. Much of its space allotted to fault the Mexicans has been that of f consider. them. was promised and was
/ E. i humanily.
Helmet .
r the Bank of Charlnton.We was to join on the left flank. During this diversion finding, and to abuse of the administration for bar ation and kindness. We have thoe people high usages I of civilized nations entle to a a

very fully agree to everything that i is it was exposed to a galling and destructive ing-unnceessirilv involved us in this war, &c. To prices for every thing taken from them. Their dead 03- Accounts from Switzerland state that a milit a. cort the whole distance, w fuiahe

\ :"', said in tbe opinion of the Circuit Court, in re. fire of round, grape, cannister, and account for this change in its tone and for its having and wounded when left by their fellows, have been ry enthusiasm has broken out in that country and a with one for only thirty leagues from capt

lation to the.aubject of a trustee's purchasing musketry upon it front and both flanks, from forsaken the wise course itself had pointed outs buried and properly cared for. And such kindnesshas band of 6' vigorous young men, among whom ar re tal, to a place called Rio del Monte ; Iran

and at his own sale, or of dealing between trustee the enemies' three main entrencbment and it refers to the provocations given by the administra. been only requited by the most disgraceful and sad to be some of the most distinguished officers i io this place to Tampico he was obliged t em

valuable cfstui que trust. The doctrine is a cry batteries, in which it suf rcd great loss. In tion and its supporters. These frt I brought the wanton barbarity towards those of our unfortunate the Swiss forces hare offered their services to an American ploy escorts-and sorry ecor teY1 .

; and such as I hope will not be im. this movement, a large force of the enemy Mexican war into the political arena." We deny citizens who have fallen into their Let Buena Consul at one of the Swedish ports. One of them, consisting men, had a
paired eluded. But I ihhik; we must be governed was held in check from this. Neither the had to enlist for Tel: and a musket between the bar.
their position, would President, nor any of his friends Vista speak of such rile deeds. propose the Mexican war, whether H awor the

in by our own tlecisionsJitrercnt, par have been able to have turned tbe assaulting did or said anything to make the Mexican war a po. What then is left for our Government but to chastise last for five or fifteen years, and then settle in Cal I. the musket being to te stock

.., lih haps, some but degree from somo of the Eng. column. The general assault having been litical party question till forced to i by the attack severely, a people who by their conduct show fornia a a military colony, like those which Eng with a cord ; another, composed of two
cases I
having think had
as better men, two old swords between
on their sjdc-that the reason ordered, a portion' of the regiment joining in of his opponent. When they assailed him, the themselves utterly abandoned,and disregardful of all! : land and Russia hare i!various regions. Many 01 both rusty tem:

of is mortgagee or pledgee it t, the works having been carried before the blow was repelled. The Sentinel My. that in the the rules of civilized wafare. We trust it will I thee volunteers have families, and are members o( escorts travelling on fo. No1
property no trustee, or is so at least in b ding all this he was not molested
avery whole line on jocr-
qualified and limited which was necessarily extended beginning of the war its friends at Washington spokeof done-and that when reinforcements arrive sufficien very respectable Swiss households. te

also to be tbe sense. Such seems; to the left, could possibly reach the heights ; i as "just," .unavoidable," and as existing by to enable the commanding General again to press his ney.Frm
opinion of of Mr.
the Black
English some later this being effected, the regiment, with others, .the act of Mexico," and this was a provocation to victories that orders will accompany them to treat Lfl-We notice the {following paragraph passing w have learned a
cases- hat is
Cholmondelay vs. Clinton, 2 was placed in position the In it and the this through the papers without any credit: interesting and important in
Jar. and Walk. IR'2. on heights. avery whigs to depart from the prudent course pr wliag banditti In such manner a they deserv *' the state of affairs in the
short time the enemy surrendered. The they had adopted. there Eminently Pastoly.-eneral Dromgoole. cpit. We have
.: The case of Black and Hair 2 Hill I anything in these ex who was later dates than he
"". ch. Congress short his information
I a time sine
Saould -
:;: 622, is fully in point-that a is regiment mounted riflemen followed in com- pressiuas giving a party political cast to the Mexican .. Mexico still contine to act against her own from Virginia and died a few days after, bequeathed is of a character brng bu
? : mortgagee a pany with others, the retreating to with. war IVe irtcrests and refuse a treaty of it his entire cn only b obi
: ,- trustee for himself as well as for tho army sea nothing-there is nothing. Besides peace seems to us ttatt', with the exception of a few( ed from an intellgent observer
.* ,1 '.. and bid mortga. in 10 miesor1alap: it is remarkable that the article was there i but one way to settle the matter. Our legacies to the widow and children of a rendly 'lu h
ger to his Sntnel' Gy. ma the
;. .)', may protect own interests ; The distinguished gallantry of the suggested by the very and which ernment must throw in sufficient to bad fallen by his hand in a duel." advantage of a long residence among Ie
: though it is said that the burden ofcer message ac con troops overun
is he
'. thrown and of the people speaks The sincere
up. men regiment of mounted these the and establish or
: on him, showing that the sale: was conduct. rifei was tans epreions.b, was it cot a pro'oa. country a Government for Mexico; Public Meeting in both-moderate the fr
universal Columbia. are
: ed with fairness. No that the task discriminating is tion to party abuse then, u well a now receive the income from her commerce, her mines, for the utr mO
question was made ol one of extreme or other At a of the prosecution war ; not became
resources of the
tbe fairness: of tho present sale full notice Foremost The same charge. of furnishing provocation to the revenue, and dictate a peace on Demort County ofa feeling hostility to the United
having hen given to the mortgager or pledger in the enemy's in citadel.the assaulting 1st column Lieut. ,Thomas and first whigs to act a partizans in this war, is brought our those own of terms fairness-which we have n doubt will b of Columbia, in the tow Cf Alligator, on thc for they desire, if there is no other meu'S
: -* to provide for his was against all the of the President and all the and liberality. This we believe evening of the 12ih of May 1847
own security; and the stock Swell, A me"agt on motion establishing their system of government,
Ofcornp.a' who
in will
a desperate per. of our course of policy. To do this
acts Congress the And it b however,
was bought for something more than the cur. onal conflict with the last of the on subject. seems that of General James G. Cooper, DANIEL M. United tates but because tier
a large force
.,. rent market As is retreating we, too.by our occasional remarks shame- will be necessary to garrison the nu wish
price. said Lord Eldon the whole .
by be, fell mortally wounded on the scene of his abot thl meroui ports and cities STEWART, Sen., was called to the Chair, race military tyrants exterminated
S in Gibson vs. Jugs 278, he who bargains, in fut conduct of leading whigs, hue- been sorely trying -at heavy expenses, but the and JAMES S. JONES and to destroy throughly the basis ef

f. : a matter of advantage, with a person placing imperisbabe regiment glory.has also to deplore the death the patience ol our neighbor. As l to all this we onus the of this investment of the country must fall up. Es., appointed Secre their power they look to the continuance of

,.. confidence in him, is bound to show that a rca- of2d Lieut. Thomas of know of nothing said o done which was not forced on Mexican people. tary.The the war and the annihilation of the arrays-
% sonable use has been made of that confidence." I whoa! killed Da'is company from the democrats in sal.defenc. What may now From the best information tvc can obtain, there i is object of the meeting having been explained Many men of property, not belonging
gallantly to the little tot
But I Jo not perceive that any more confidence I attack. advancing appear to the Sentinel lobe an attack upon the whigs, I prospect bringing the Mexicans to terms in by the Chairman, on motion of Dr. party and a number of the priesthood, seeing

.' .h;., is placed who 6y a mortgager: : than any other pert Capt. Mason, of company "F," had. his leg was but an exposure of their error or fault in mischievously the any other influential manner.leaders The and great the want of union among; A. D. Wood, the following gentlemen, tiz : ho utter hopelessness of success in conte
: eon puts himself in the of another opposing the war. This u the thing jealousy existing with our also
veiy are
power carried off din to
round shot Messrs. Andrew D. aries looking
by whilst Wood
: a his Andrew Y.
leading Allen
added tesubjugation
to the excessive ,
by becoming his debtor and who enforce the Sentinel itself would have (dune it ignorance of the lower classes of the
may into pursued country only
) ,'' :,' his demand at any time, and in any manner, company had his,)arm shattered action and in Lieut.the conflict D. H. Maury of the the course.adio in the article of last. }'er. I lead to this conclusion. Rufus King, James G. Cooper, Charles Mc. restoring tranquility and securing them meU{Is

.; he thinks proper. It has never been doubted preceding morning. would have told them that they were acting wrong Columbia In the Field.It Kinney, Daniel M. Stewart, Jun., James Al- heir posesions Black report

-Sr ._ but a creditor may bid for his debtor's i. ;. iit ,"n and that the matters (Key were stirring ip should be will be briton and Isaac Harvey, Esquires that many of the con Santa
.. _. : 1.rop.! < -gm*nt1 fafl! I ieut. Frost, noticed by the proceedings of the democratic were appointed suspect
.1- CACCUUUII ar diienff's: safe
,.; .' *'( ihA tty RAme footing: with other bidder. ,Ira on regimental! quartermaster, and Lieut. Hatch, tt the alone democrats till the war was terminate. This i* what meeting held at Alligator on the 12th inst., a a committee, to retire, consider upon Anna ortreaher and the clergy and the pec-

: r party confesses a judgment any to his creditor this adjutant, lo state that they were upon all occasions (ration did 'Ynll.J.f.nding the Adminis- ([to be found in another column) that the democracy and return the names of suitableto pIe, poor a mururingaie.
against wanton attacks persons actions
also showed to
: f-mnd they of
; their services Columbia support a
were most th County are lrc d7 in tt> \ and ha
.( may seem in some sort a reposing of confi. wanted ; and throughout both days highly dis. great impolicy of the conduct of those WBO made hue put forth a ticket for the of f the 1. represent the County of Columbia in the in i nothing but disser to the country.laae 7e
denee. peo-
.. S enforce his lie claim puts it in the creditor's power to inguUbed themselves by their gallantry and tbel attacks. Now, ne see nothing wrong ia this pIe which challenges the closest suffrages scrutiny of the opposition next General Assembly of the State of Flor. 'country is wihout arms, there being scarcely

.: according to his own pleas. good condjct.. -nothing which might be construed into a provoca- and one in entry respect worthy the confidence ida. Whereupon the committee retired, and any thing to them since their recent d
but this
ure, is no trust. The
*'.' ing to the common parties deal ", accord. Respectfully, your obedient servant. ion-nothing savouring ol party further than a de. and support of all parties. Col. PXIT. the reported the name of Col. JOHN C. PEI.OT lobe feat but old and almost useless aa
expression at
arms. 'Y. 'V. LORI G fence against party charges. Tie Sentinel will hive Senatorial very few cannon. Mr.
candidate is the
J a gentleman considerable candidate for the State
: : length each take Senate and the
and must of himself ,
care Major R M. R. to be more specific, for as to any yet disclosed legislative reason holds the idea of resistance ofconas
\: Comdg. thin experience served in
having our Legislative
lie best of JAMES
as It has been names L. KIXG
can. never supposed in its Esq., and Captain 4 to
To ] W. and Gen.Scott's
S. IlAiucr general quence march the -
l CoI vague assertions!; D unprejudiced Council while we were a and uni- upon capial
: -J in time of Territory ;
a commercial distress -
and de. ALEXIS M.
mind would see word ANDRIA, to be candidates for the t as prenosterous.santa .
: preciation'of Comdg. 1st Brigade Regulars.A any or sentence to sustain its ting with this experience a sounJ. discriminating _
.- property, the creditor is bound argument. For aught that we know to the House of Representatives at the Anna is already nearly reduced ta
:-i' 10 wait contrary: judgment, quickness of perception, and a happy and approach?!)
t : in expectation ot a time 01 greater Beautiful Place. An American no democrat ever uttered in the position the wish him in beia
( paper a single word relation pleasing manner of expressing himself, be cannot autumnal elections. feerlst |
prosperity.1 in the
j. eo! present case. It called The Star," has been started at .Ja- 10 the war,having a party bearing, until drawn into ail useful left but a lo
cannot be doubted but that tbe Bank at to b not only to his own immediate constituents All of which nominations were party oprte.with o
:: ; liberty to sell as soon as the pledge was was forfeited laps, in Mexico, and it thus speaks of that it by the party speeches or conduct of whig Con but alto to the whole State. While he is by acclamation.The confined not whether be he ever sought pac no C
town,just captured from the enemy. It says : gressmen. regarded by his political now expected to an attempt It
the failure opponent in Columbia
by to the as
*" pay note. They U If there is any one place in tbat Another of following resolution was introduced by Bringing it about, while a hope remains
we cause in
r !). -.. exercised great indulgence and Mexc complaint, is the action of the uncompromising his attachment to the time-hon f
I .,' bound to wait were scarcely deem superior lo all elso seen, corit- democrats in our State The discussion and ored and cheruhed of the of Hoi. Pelof, and unanimously adopted : him of being able to cover tho ground LobeS
; principles body
: a that the Dae.
upon speculation great lost.
,'", b :..... stock miglft rise in value. bined, that placo is Jalapa. It is the prettiest the i issue have been forced upon the whigs of this the democratic party he is universally respected and Rm Tat the thanks of the Demo. for Whether those who look to Americarule

*,'t.; ;'r town, has the handsomest buildings loveliest State, by a report .declaring the honor- esteemed by them for his amelioration of their condition w21
war just and Columbia
PefbapS, too, we might be governed {In some and liberality courtesy,and crtic party are duo Col. Jesse endeavor

:..{,-: '"./;.* degree Analogy: to tho case Stattings vs.f taken gardens; together most and delicious what adds fruits more of all than others all I able r. it true and de.n'i"e.hat that a cause for provocation \"i receive,we have good reason for believing the Carter and the Hon. Robert Brown for the seen. 'VheqIr.to bring about Black pace afiairs remain were t b

: Foreman & Hill, cb. 401, and the such a declaration irritate the whigs? support and influence of many of the best whigs in
subsequent to ibe of the place is the fact tbat distinguished services they hare rendered such a state confusion that idea could be
We the
til interei cannot no
\f .. :. Act of the Legislature to the same effect, that imagine how it should do so. As to the Columbia County. Messrs. JAMES L. Kmo and A. I formed
'*' .* ; seems to with a raco distinct Sentinel County and State in the of what might take place tvea*
: ,or those of whose M. Legislature.
", an Executor or Administrator is not such a from these poled opinion jt is the organ, are men of intelligence worth and ty.four but wt
; :3' -. trustee all; is disabled to purchase at his own we elsewhere it certainly should not, for the Sentinel must have well qua to render to their County and State On motion James S. Jones, Esq., the fol- hour the c.

.:j.1|. .'_' sale, provided be bows that the sale was fair. assessing and more ideas of .rcfiement, more in. blne the same thing when the war commenced ; snic. commensurate with the confidence reposed owing resolutions were adopted without a dis- bout one upon hundred removing to Lagos,
:t'J' I 1-, conducted, and that be gave a full price.tt .- dustry more neatness. The women are Ise.how are we to justify its advice given at the time in them. We are assured that tel gentlemen will tenting voice : whenever leagues from the capM
.";> There is doubt about ecidely pretty), and there is not a man who to prosecute the war with and be elected by the of Columbia our army reached its Ticinity
I i; r o these matters in the vigor, to penetrate to people County with Resolved There but
will aught to the and in their That the little means of resistance tie
say I at
i .ii .; present case.: contrary ; the capital it necessary. Would such advice have great; unanimity. aggressive war, now

II. .;: ... But there is another view cube( case, which labits-we mean of course the" Lpper ten ; been given if it Lad net thought the war "just and Columbia has been ably represented in the Senate waging in the heart of the Republic of Mexico over capital.half When dozen Mr. Black left, there was sot

t .Sj :;t seems to me still more conclusive : Supposing they approximate nearer to American refine. honorable 1 Or is it criminal in democratic Sena- c Florida, for a number of year past, by the Hon. by our federal army, justified by those immutable mowing of pieces artillery there1
ment. Naught can be sai J of the but no source from whence
ci c.. the officers cf the Bank to be, in come tort, what is to their men ton to use the same language which the sentiment IKSSS CAKTKB. His efforts for the common good principle justice, which teach that ordnance can bo Ifa
and obtained
** advantage, time he is
.: trustees for the many a of a whig would lead him to use? Notwithstanding hue been emiaently successful, and he still retain o
or pledgee poiliations
: mortgager they are American hat defence
whilst a
passing; up the principal street we iminneJ upon commorce oughtnot will not be
.t A and difficulty in which the Sentinel the undiminished confidence of his old constituent
directly for the th
technically trustees stockr placed by Wo
in ( i to be to learn and
ourselves somo Yankee perpetrated with that Gains
thriving cit.
impunity that regret
.: :: t-. :' holders, and bound to protect their interests. its t own article, it does not pretend to justify its He was unanimously, renomioated at tho meeting on ; American Borland and Major

.."\ ';.V It does not appear in the case whether they y. Making with Jalapa all its in all, wo are highly present belief that the war i not just and he 12th, but ceuld not, in justice to his other engagement diplomacy shall not bo scorned by Mex. taken Capt. Clay, and the other prisoners
:' d Enearnacion
people, notwithstanding
.E:'. .'*-'': were stockholders themselves, though such is conceive pleased that there difference an of cannot great a is the change,by any fact now prupr, ., consent to accept the nomination. Mr. can arrogance, nor rights incidental to tcrri- Santa Anna's release
'* the fair f any opine which was not then known. Within C., while in the service of the tonal limits engagement to th
.-' ?.* pfesiimptiou ; yet it might be otherwise Ion that Americans." a twelvemoa'h Sate, showed himself contemptuously disrespected. when prisoners
'; on subject amongst us were exchanged afler *
: ,
v .. as inthe case of the Bank f the has this change without reason or taken Dlxe. a laborious and efficient public servant discharging Resolved
.1. ... .. t> Slate cause. That the many brilliant riciories le! of Buena FA rlntAlv confined, ana
.-,4;. t'r-.;; wnere they are mere trustees.. But supposing Gen. ; Son.-Among the Mexican People will naturally suspect that the motive: w.u..ig the date of senator with indefatigable zeal and bat have crowned their wants Vista
ne .
..;? them to hive a casual interest as stockholders, prisoners.Iji'8 per New Orleans in for it i the only one which can be given-..duty Hi retirement, we trust, will prove our arm upon the plains vas treated lect.e. Eveu"1 Veg.1

;'.1 .:- they wera no lets bound to protect tbe inter. charge of Maj. Bennet, we observe first Lieu. "party" acting noW as "latiu. jnl of of short duration. .While our State affair are in a of Mexico, while they reflect lustre and over- eration in this city so, turned respect deaf a c

; J ;'t eats of the; great body of their continents, by tenant Henry Mejia is the son of tbe late Gen. .4mericana.- condition susceptible of greater improvement and enduing renown upon the glan spirits that complaint when military commandant a t te.

.J.: .4$:;;. seeing lht the property wu not sacrificed at 1frjia[ well known to our old citzens a leader But say the Sentinel, .exceti most extraordi there are question uadispoaed of vitally important lavo composed the army,detrct nothing from city Mexico. o t

:4: ii! ; +" .' an undervalue ; and it would have been a federal forces'fnllelco, opposed to San.a nary case we believe tha a existing war which to the wel being of society,we must not sad cannot the distinguished honors that cluster around

r ..1. plain breach of trust if thevbad| neglected It. ( Anna of lie is require the undivided 10 .erice of cur most and *
'.. ; i, party. quite a may power, T the country to exerience best the Administration, under whose JALPA.M"CO.b U.I$* -
:;U ir\ ;( If they had thought proper to credit tbf Company young mn and fohaved vorr gallantly at the prosecute it with success and reputation, should itlzeas. Col. ROISBT BROW gentlemanly influences auspicious here who haTe
the Intelgent men
Al > :f forJ,jb> advanced price at which 1Kb! stock, battle of Cerro Gordo, having his horse shot mae a topic of party agitation and the b and courteous Skr of the last House of Representatives war ha been waged with such means Spnia. that

-.iZ'.i: was aftertvards sold, it might be a qoeiUon, (rom under him and being wounded. Like Jexictn war an .extraordinary cu"\iCe. justifies I w all TenomiDate but for reasons of blooy, yet signal successes. (ers at the city inforion, tel me m

:l : whether they! might not be made liable to their La Vega, he was found at his post. Generalrooke a departure{rom this principle? Or,If provocation a private nature declne to serve. Revolted, That the ant.wr spirit that worse and worse-lfexico* ar daily and gl

.... 'i.; i: ccsiul qtd nms. In the cue of Ex part Wig. received his parole of honor, and be r.DOw Is il the excuse for departing from it, is.It provocationto : The adopted at this meeting breathe I .o alarmingly pervaded the American h ion. It cannot well anarchy otherwise.

+ lj J ; gins, and jfn.every other case decided] on the residing with his mother, & resident oftbi. b told that twit i i. "jtwt and which a devoted spirit, and we trust will b responded toy trough the ramifications deuce is all gone, b ia aU ,C'
boaobl of the money gone
,Ht : subject, the coarse of the Court was to prevent city, until further orders. 1 even yon advised should b. to vigorous tho democracy and people of the Middle and Whig party, hu vanished, and in their place poverty $*
.1i; : I: hUn from gaining an advantage pDUt West. ia forsooth, the same anti.war feeling that
personal tohlmselC'bt I
invasion t Now
we despair *
Ilrt tat a.war should become ___ reign The only chanc*
'.-(1tIt: }; ;!: means which, by possibility! might 1 The Fleming(Ky.) Flag has put a Its mu a war invasion, to be rigorously prosecuted, Co/Am.-This morning' brings decline fled the heart and soiled the mind of Mr. opposing areme. i i. lo raise a.fiea I!
( a &
be. unfair.:i lead the name of CoL Richard, M. unless it b tjtut war. I the Seatiael bad thought oC i cent in the New mal market, since u the last Weber in 1812, when a formidable fo in. o entUial it which youwiII"
j't 'Theca4eofM.[ M. Holmes el al n I. E. Governor and Albert G Hawes for Lieut.
for ,
la war Yftdod
vnjutt might havegiaihiee it did Steamer' account, with country, burnt la the revolution
::1 PT.. ;., .... I Holmes aad tba Bank of Charleston,*was not. Governor. Old Tecumseh' would give whig.. with view merely to extricate
... .' argued or < xainsfdered. That case is left open, geT a hard race in Kentucky.: mminvot ding"..rbut certainly i woild not hare ad. tide in our own market. ar our political o ter it even virtue enough left f in tie co1 j

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celebrated batik of .Las Crucbs, fought near Her to raise "Giant Asra.-Alout that the authority as conferred by the said act oaths Cott- Gini..ab.cribers ., Boot ad boe'ME. T : -. t.
recollected that the first of created,to demand sad .1e uQroLALi ,
the city Mexico, it may be NOmber soon as the frost company thereby "in tb .
and Hidalgo bad an immense rabble has well blackened the I take tolls therein specified on Yul navigating tb. .TH beg leave to in. liEuadevsign.&bavingpurcba.edtbe erT7n the _f A* UUtJ Fttttt,
Morelos asparagus tops- river. "on condition only the same shall have i.k__. the planters of long- tapl i .5. entire stock and materials of LUACI from f belief .GI I"'.' to the 30th wf
to Contend agawtt the few rovalirts under a scythe and mow all close down to the surface been made navigable in any season at high water ----4 Cotton,that they are still engaged in I RzETzLD,who is about leaving tbe StateretpcctfullyJnfonu JaDe, 1831. Stb.,{ of be.

Traxlllo, and that uch was the frenzy of the of the bed, let it lie a day or two, then fet from Rochell's landing at the city of Richmond to ttanufactoring the latest improved t '. bit friends and the rive.at iD111" Safe the ford wn .

former, that \\at; many instances, during the fire to the heap ofstalks, burn it to ashes, and Bermuda Hanre.in the county of Chesterfield,by ROLLElWeRSE GINS. Having sold a great many public that he is at present at the old .tao.where in the City of Washington 1nt(A.D..
and stuffed vessels dr eleen feet and an halt foot water." of the Cinjin GeorgiaSouth Carolina and Florida,, prepared to execute all work ia with of the I3th
hottest of the fight, they run up spread the ashes over the surface of the bed. cJuly, 1847. (10 b decided by the ht I
be. and the is hereby, sanctioned and they ref those who have despatch. He has hand the oi
same cnfr. e t prIpt1to on be August,) the routes, the ted
of phu manse
their hats into tbe' very mouths the Spanish I then go to my barn-yard ; I take a load of ed: Provided however and this assent is and willing to establish rrutatioD of: all sorts of and time specified 0 tia.
matea :
cannon. They, cannot get up such a feeling clean, fresh stable manure, and add theretohaifa that express condition that Congress may at any the sany G ginning out and make at abort notice,and in the b GEN FLORIDA. .
time herealt modify the provisions cleaner |ian any other Gins in use. BOOTS AND '
bushel of hen dung over and r repeal or TLEME" SHOE everdeserip-
now. o
; the rich turning this Jgenl:-TILLALOWOA a ACOSTA, Centresville, .ion. foot ell, soled, othei repaired ID 3533-From Jacksonville, by Brandy Branch to
Worth the whole
Gen. probably mixing together through out. This Approved ac. March 3, .; Geacc L. BKOWIT,Newnansville,E. Fla. good style and reasonable charges. He will war Alligator 70 miles and back, ea a week. ,

and populous city of Paebla on Friday next, makes pretty powerful compost. I apply one 157.PBLCNo. SingleGins $45; do with all tate improvements, rant his work a b equal to any done in the place L. Jakovile nf WeD at 8 a n.,

. Gen.QaiUnan;, accompanying him. No one such load to every twenty feet in length of my [ 12.] :$5:;. Duble Gins, 873; do with all late improve- and to give I good satisfaction as to fitting as any .I. : I
but on the beds which meats $5. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be nth ,w.l- Alligator every trky S s. a;., arrive at .
anticipates opposition, contrary, asparagus are six feet wide.- JOINT RESOLUTION to prohibit the sale at private Ott'a..--.M5 repTflnng)Gins JOHn.. 3 tMJ, ._ I I'1
that the. and better portion of With of certain lands in Cincinnati, Ohio. moerlaate May 8, 1647. 43 -
it is said larger a strong three-pronged spud or fork, I entry I to VANCE &BUNS, t River Mosquito Inlet, to Charleston,
the inhabitant. are growing more and more dig this dressing under. The whole is now R IDIH V the- Senate and House ofnejHtentathrs Way 2 urn. 44 U Ma. Ga.Grlrvrold's Notice. and an,once a month. ")1 '

anxious for the entrance of the Americans, for left for winter. In the spring as early as possible nil d States of. a in CongreuassemMeil : Leave Key West from the ICth to the 20th of each t
That the Secretary of the Treasury be. Improved Cotton Gins. months after date, the undersigned, Executor
the protection they will afford against tbe I turn the to of the beds over lightly and he is hereby, directed to report to tbe next session subscriber continue the manufacture ( SIX the last will and testament of nCbare month, arrive at Charleston with alrpracticable. des- 4'

borons of ladronf s and leperos which have always once more. a the asparagus grows of Congren!all the facts in relation to the title TIE> o his ulual wi extensive scale, and embraces o deceased, late of Leon County will present patch.Leave Charleston on the hat death month,arrive

: infested that city.Ve hear nothing. of naturally on the side of the ocean, and loves to the unsold parts, if any there be. of the reserved thu opportunity to thank his numerous customers < acwt and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Po at Key West with all practicable despatch. t

the guerillas of late-they are probably con. salt water, I give i it an annual supply of its favorite (ractiona.ction number eleven, of fractional number town, in fortheir liberal patronage heretofore. The estima- bate County, and mak application for Proposals to run from Key \e by hxlltn Key ;i
of fractional one of dismission
their numbr range tins in which his Gins are held,may be known from ers as afortid. and Largo to Miami River and thenceby
Key ,
fining themselves to robbing own coua- condiment. I cover the surface of the with
J. C.Symme's Purchase,State of Ohio together JOSEPH Executor.
th'fact of his having sold than two
more CHAIE tnlet
thouandddn lan.l, and water via Indian
bed about of inch thick with fine the of the General thereon and Cm Jupiter Iiver.
trymen. a quarter an ; opinion Attorney the last three years probably ten to one over Leon County,April 3. 18- Mosquito Inlet and Smyrna to St. Augustine, j
The reports i in relation to Santa Anna are packing sa1; it is not too much. As the spring that he suspend all further proceedings in relation. evry'other factory in the State. This evidence of considered; also for of saul route to wi 'j

still contradictory, but all agree that he is El'1't' : rain down,it gradually dissolves. Nota thereto.. until the end of the next session of Con.gress. sqe.rioity of his Gins, is accounted for by his be- Negro for Sale. in bid portions b specified j I .

at or near Oriza a. He has certainly threat. weed will appear during the whole season. March 3, 1847. i to introduce the late improvements and A LIKELY NEGRO WOMAN, fiell hand and 3535- Milton to Sparta 65 miles and back, 1 .
replug the by adding new ones. His cook about 30 of stout week.
Vera and le yearly rough 1e'r age once a i
ened an attack upon Cruz, also up. Every thing else-piweed puyelane-al frt and improvements made the quality nf and healthy, for sale. Enquire at this -r. Leave Milo every Tuesday a*6 a. m., arrive at

upon this place, and there arc those who think refuse to grow top my a p.a: bds OBITUARY.Died I tottan perfect, though some were rather slow. His May 1,1847. 41 4t Sparta net by :p. m. j I

judging from his threats and actions, that he But would doyoureyes good to seethe strong, in this city this morning, of incarnation third mae them sufficiently ut. It then only re Leave. Sparta e er Thursday at fl a. m., arrive at

has become mad. since his recent reverses- stout, tender slalks of the vegetable! itself pushing the bowels, Major JAMES BARRY, aged about c make them more durable and tonvnient.whicb Ice Cream Freezers. Milton next day p. m. .
3 has been done he believes effectually, by several SALE at the Tax Snor Ice Cream Freezers, 'From to Fort Butler, miles t
that he his force the surface in the .
The probability keeps a. through early season.I FOR
years. Maj. B., we believe, was a natirs of Tennes. new improvements the present year: besides, various .iz. Also, Tin Tub. to set the and back once .
bout him partly for his own protection, and do not at all stretch a poiutwhen I say that see, but had resided in this city for a number of he has the exclusive right for the State with the Fiezer in, which takes a less quantity) of ice than Leave Okahumpka every Thursday at 6 a. rn., are I

partly to be reaay to strike a blow should! a I they ase often as large around as my hoe-ban- past. He was a good citizen, and dies regretted privilege of other.seton., to furnish Reid's Paten the wooden tubs. rite at Fort Butler by !
die years Water believed to be ten times Tallahassee, April 3, 1547. 37 Leave Fort Butler .
favorable opportunity offer. and tender and succulent I ever Be. every at
a a any and interesting circle of relatives and ae J .1
by a large than other, by those who have .
Scott will leave with Gen. tasted. The round of is more any rite at Okahumpka by ,
Gen. probably same treatment giv.en
friends. An amiable and devoted young wife and made a fur trial of them; and are infallibly secure Executor's Notice. 3VJ7-FrotnPensacola.bv Apalachicola,St.Mark's

Twiggs, in the course of a few days, for Pueb. to my bed every year. I have a wor to mother is widowed by this sad and sudden bereave against fire by friction. His fine Gin will ijin Mastodon persons who have any against the Cedar Keys and Tirana Bay to Key West, 600 miles I'f.ad

la. His next movements will depend upon say about cutting asparagus, and am ment. She has the heartfelt sympathy of those who Coto a well a any saw gin can. His agents ALL of George E. 'Vevr deanc, deeas will! back, once a month. .

circumstances.The done. Market gardeners, and I believe a will planters generally, and exhibit specimensof please present them without delay, '.av Pensacola on the 1st of each month,arrive .
have the of her and who
pleasure acquaintance, his and out their
ape improvements point
advantagesin at West with all
wound of Gen. Shields, which : good other CHAR. M WET.LSarid Key practicable despatch.
every people, cut as soon
many asparagus jjicxi.lc her worth. time for all to engage and be supplied before the S. MALLORY,. Leave Key Wtrst on the 1st of nh month, arriveat I
first throught would mortal be. as the shoot pushes inch two through the R
one at prove an or Major B. was a member of the Masonic fraternity next ginningseason.orengagementscari be made by Pensacola with all practicable despatch. \
yond doubt, continues to improve and the hopesof ground. They have then about two inchesof leter. directed to bim..Clinton.Jones county.Geor. 3S Eector. will be considered for parts of said
and we will buried with the solemn and Key West, April 10,1S47. Irop. "te. !
his recovery are stronger than ever.I what grows above ground, and about fouror presume b i:. Gins will. be delivered at the purchser's resi. to in bid, and Co water service rom
impressive: ceremonies of that order. dence. in any part of the State except the Cherokee Pensacola to St. Andrew's Bay and St. Joseph's, or
forward this by the diligencia. It is considered six inches of what below. It is Mastodon Cotton f
grows a counties, where they will be left at the depot) on the either and from Joseph's by land to Apalachicola -
a very unsafe conveyance, and for fear tough a a stick, and this is the reason why 03THE: friend of WILLIAM II. ANDREWS railroad most convenient to the purchaser. All war 1A A BUSHELS genuine Seed, for sale at $1 1 25 ,and thence by water. i. 'I

my letters may be overhauled by the Mexicans \ people, when itis boiled, are always forced to respectfully announce him as a suitable candidatefor ranted to perform well, if used according to the directions 1UU per bushel. 3533-From St. Mary's, Ga. by Nassau C. II., Fa !

I cannot say half otherwise should. the tops, and leave the bottom rf the shoots on sent with each. ERCUE& LINDENBERGER.April toJacbonie,53 miles and back, onre a week. 1s 5
the office cf Sheriff of Jefferson County, Fla., at 10, 38
Yours, &c., G. W. K. their plates. My ways never to cut any SAMUEL GRISWOLD.May 157. every Thursday at 1 p. m.,arrive
is the election in October next, believing that no one 41 4teow Jacksonville
at next
22IS-7. day by S p.
shoot off below the ground. Cutit 300 Pleees Calico. t. .I: .
asparagus is more deserving the office than he, or more worthythe Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at 6 a.ui., I
Correspondence of the.,'. O. Commercial Times. as soon as it has grown to a proper height, suffrage of the voters of Jefferson. SPENCER'S PILLS S PRING received and and Summer for sale Pints. choice patterns,just arrive at St. Mary's next day by 12 m.XOTES. 1

VERA CRUZ, May 7. say five or six inches above ground. The May 15. 1947. MANY VOTERS. Tonic and Restorative H. GREENBERG CO. U
Ad Biter. a :
whole is then but it is all tender.T.B. _
GE2''TLEEThe latest intelligence from green AS proof popularity of these M icinC we April 3,1S47. 37 Each proposal should be accompanied by a guaraatee I
Jalapa ana the field of operations, possessesbut a 11cr!iculfurist. Second round of Quarterly Meetings for Tal- subjoin the following: ,signed by one or more responsible persons, in )

little additioual interest. Gen. Scott is still lahue Dh.trlc. A. Campbell,Samter. District So. Ca.,writes or 2 5 BBL Flour, 2 c"k Hams the folowlg manner, viz.: 1
Joseph C. Neal, the charcoal sketcher, Troupville Trolpvie. June 5 6. dering fresh supplies,and states that Judge Richardson Sides, 1 Shoulders. I guaranty that -,
in the city Jalapa, and his main force is encamped in his liming of "Tribulation Trepid, man Tallahassee 12-13. and others of that district have made use of them Just received and for sale by if his bid for carrying the mail from -to- I r I

there and in the immediate neighbor. without hope,"thus admirably hits off that a Hamlilton I .Blue Sink 20-27. for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Jaundice, and general Mach 13,1847.- 31 LLOYD !FLAGG. be accepted by the Postmaster General, shall enter ;.. ,

hood, recruiting and awaiting full supplies, of who cass Madison .Pine Grove, July :- ..s.Thomavie" debility, with great success. Horse for Sale. into an obligation prior to the 1st day of Septembernext J
the people are never so happy as .Spring Hill, 101. John T. Ervin, of Darlington, Ca.. writes that with good and sufficient sureties to perform ,the : .
the movement S. that
to grand on ca. FINE for sale.
preparatory they are miserable : .Springfield, he is all out of the Bittefs and a fresh supply % A large HOR service proposed." i
pita Gen. Worth's division is in and about *,How are you, Trepid How do you feel Monticello I Flatwoods, 24-2". -that wherever used they are approved of, and their works well ridt finely-he is a This should be accompanied by the cerflte :.
_ _horse of fine action, and trots fast. o
Perote and that of Gen.Twiggs' between J a. 1 1547. P. P. P. fast other
to.day, Mr. Trepid ? A great deal worse May SMITH E popularity increasing. to J. R. FORTUNE. a postmaster or equivalent t ;

lapa and that city. Tho latter General was, than I was, thank'ee ; most dead, I am obliged __53-The Sentinel will please e copy. Thomas Fetcher, Telfair Co.. Ga., writes he is April Apply 24,1947. 40 guarantors are men of property, and able to make i\3:
in five all out, in two months after taking the good tbeirguaranty. ,
himself; Jalapa days
ago. to you ; Im always worse than I was, and I DR. J. S. BOND agency, and orders a new and large supply. The proposal should b sent to the Department ,
Santa Anna is yet near Oraza1 a, but it is don't I was ever any better. I'm very Wm. B. Beazeler, Barwel District S. C., G. D. IceHoue.THE sealed, endorsed "P for Route .\' -, 1 C

impossible to get :at the probable number of sure, how that not going to be OFFERS professional services to the citizens Collins. Anson Co., ., A. Santos, Norfolk Ice-House will be opened every morning in -," and pal.the first assistant Post .1
any Im any and the surrounding country. Va.. and numbers others ( !) from 6 to 6} where General. I, .
troops under his flag The reports give us the better large of ,write for fresh supplies Sundays excepted o'cok. master "J
wide of six hundred to six thousandthe ; and, fur the you may always Office at Cnl Fisher'l lote. informing us of the rapid sales and increasing ice at 4 cents per pound; ad J. R. For the prohibition of bids resulting from rorahi- j 1
margin know I'm worse without asking any questions; May 29, IB1. t popularity of these Pills and Bitter > fortune's store after that hour. at 5 cents per Ib. nations and the terms and cond.ton on which the fi

latter of which, is perhaps, nearest the for the q lestions make me worse, if nothing As proof of the efficacy of these Medicines read Tickets are issued and sold at his store for 6 Ib.. contract is to b made see advertise 1'merit.

mark.A else does." Why, Trepid, what's the mat Land for Sale.T the following : of ice,each. C. annu, .

train is to leave this city to.morrow which ter with I in WILL sell my FARM en Lake Jackson, situated Nathan G. Gully,Johnson Co., N. C., was curedof N. B. The Ice-House will be opened every Saturday Postmaster Geu l. 3
would be well worth a large escort for Santa you 1 Nothing, tcl you, par. JL about nine miles north Tallahassee. This farm a case of the Measles, followed by a long pro evening at 6i o'clock, for the accommodation pi PO Omen DETASTUCITT, April 21, 1847. j'i
ticular ; but a great deal is matter with contains near one thousand acres, seven hundred of attack of Chills and Fever by the use of one hose wishing it on the Sabbath. I keeps wel ina May 8, 1547. 42 tlSJuly. $
Anna to cut off. It is immensely large and in and that's the traclf blanket, and the loss over night is 1
me general ; danger, becausewe which is cleared, and is now in a fine state for cultivation Pills and one bottle of Bitters. very
valuable, consisting of about four hundred wagons don't know what it is. That's what kills having been in fallow for two years. For Stewart Beggs Druggist of Augusta, was cured April 24, IS47. 40 Plantation for Sale. :

loaded with:supplies of all kinds, includ. people ; when they can't tell what is that's fertility of soil, I am satisfied it is not surpassed by of a long protracted case of the Piles, by the use of Notce.ALL sale the Plantation known as I. J

ing over half a million dollars, and a large what's i ; any upland farm in the Southern country. When it two bottles of Bitters. estate of James Lynch, .FOR; ; Biaan.JelrncouD! ;'; j.
killing me. My great grandfatherdied was it was laid off with circular horizontalrows Mr. -. one of the Judges of Jefferson Co., Ga., persons ,
number of mules-near quite ceare late of Marion County, Florida, I
pack or one of it, and.so will I. The doctors don't not consequently washed,and will now was cured of D}spepsia and Piles,by use of two bot. are of land, of which there axe about 000 cleared, and '

thousand. The escort will consist of about one know; they can't tell ; they say I'm well e. produce a much Corn Cotton or SUla. a it did lIes of Bitters taken in connexion with the Pill*. and hereby all notified those having to make demands payment against to the subsribr estate;, upwards of 700 now in cultivation in cotton and com. '
thousand soldiers about one.halfofwhich are when first Two And these are only themany sad This Plantation is situated in the most desirable
when I'm bad and years past an cxperiment aft islate cases among
nough, enough so there'sno ceare. will them to the same, duly within
Dragoons, sent down by General Scott. It is Suga on twenty-five acres, which had which are daily coming our knowledge.To .- the time present law, they ateste olecovery. pat of the State being within two miles and a half ,
that Santa Anna has intelligence : help. Im going off some of these days, produced fourteen Cotton crops and two of Corn, the afflicted we say, make trial of Spencer's Pills .required by NIEL or FERGUSON. bare. of Monticello, the county site where there is a Post
quite probable right after my great grandfather, dying of no. and with the most indifferent preparation,made one and Bitters before giving up your case as incurable.Many Office, various Churches Schools, &c and within il'
River Benton Co., 24, 1847.
of the preparation, and importance of thousand An had been cured others be. Crystal miles of of the
thing in particular, but of every thing in gen. pounds per acre. average o a -many may wentj-five Talabae. capitol
the train, and it is not improbable that he will era!. That's what finishes our folks." bale of Cotton to the acre has always crop For sale by LEWIS &AMES. and Leather, State. It is well thru bour. abounding: i in 'I.

endeavor to intercept it, and it is hoped that when the season suited the cultivation. I is well May 22, 1947. -( 2t Boots Shoes springs of the finest we and is remarkable even t J
made than
hand and to order
the culture of Indian its ,cheaper ever for its
adapted to Corn in this healthy
Gen. Scott will sepd a large reinforcement for General from the Aid-de- pox. ON ( offered in this city. Call and see, and neigbborho. uninterrupted
Shid.leUcr imity to the Lake affords the finest range for stock DR. : lealth. On it a very good Dwelling House,
the escort, so as to: insure its perfect safety.- Camp of Shields published in the New all kind. My term one.third of the purchase o we will satisfy yon that home manufactures are thecheapest. with piazza all aroun containing eight fine rooms, 1 I.j j

Such a capture would about pay the Mexicansfor i Orleans Delta, states his recovery to be almost money to be pad on the first of January next, and &DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. The article attention of of Planters Shoes for is invited dollar to a besides le"ant apartments, Kitchen Store Room, .

all their losses since the commencement of certain. The ball entered the right breast the balance in annual instalments from that date. feeble constitutions and those of sedentary very superior Negro and warranted one Smoke House Bath House. Spring How for Milk, :
made ot the best materials not to rip,
interest of all in order and The Nezro iters.Overscer'sHouseGin
G tc.
cent. repair.
often troubled with habitualcostiveness good
having per JL habits are .
the war. about two inches below the nipple, and pass. Prices for other kinds of work will be found to cor.
JOHN S. SHEPARD. unfavorable
which often
Mr. N. P. Trist-the celebrated-arrivedyesterday ing through the right lobe of the lungs. without May 29,1547. 45 St influence their general exerts health a ,very which is particularly espond Repairs of Boots. and Shoes, Saddles and Fence&c. are also in hJonsePlantationStable'.5'

with despatches for Gen. Scott and afflicting any mortal injury.A manifested upon by irregularity if not total loss of Hanes,at short notie. Harness of every quality commodating one hundred negroes. There i i. il.oa :..

Commodore Perry. The Commodore came Middle Circuit. appetite. In this condition of the system, this at. made to order. WM. ii. M-MILLAN. smal but unfailing wafer power on which there i is a 's J

up to-day, and held, long conversations with .2foble Ac*.-Col. Yell, Arkansas, and IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. tide is confidently recommended with the lurancethat. Quincy, April 3, 1541. 37. Mill now in operation. 1 .
this will be sold 4 :
To ,
if the dose is adjusted not to a good purchaser property 3
properly so
Mr. T. evidently confidentia!, and often the President were old friends. The last let. Nathaniel Pearce 1vs. a .
Tery low the is to Possession .
the bowels actively, be relied owner remove.
in a tone of voice and with a manner which tor which the brave soldier is i supposed to hajrc Attachment for move without to or even the leat relie unpleasant may consequences I Tannery for Sale. given a on the 1st abt next, at which time wi j' '
Ablon and Robert R. upon :
indicated communications and sentiments of no written, was to Col. Polk, directing the advance Eugene Merchantstradingunder }f Si O: 50.llovdlate resulting any from the use of common purga. FOR[ SALE by the subscriber, a Tannery, imme- also b disposed of,if desired by the person bu ;, j

ordinary importance. Mr.\ Trist is the Gov. of Col. Yell's pay to his family. He was name and of Assumpsit.Damages 2,000.E. tive meicine usually resorted to.Ptrson' t adjoining the city of Talahasse corn- a lot corn and part of the stock now on the place. J r
tb style j Bilious Cholic may rely on the rising 51 vats, two large buildings feet, wishing to purchase would do well to ex
lIe with the train tomorrow and his family was dependent him. t Co. subject t 3 Toe
in Mexico.
ernor goes I poor upon preventive properties of this medicine by using it on length and width and two kitchens, 10 by 20 .- aiRe land while the present crop i is growing.For ..f i
defendants and all others interested
to meet Gen. Scott, and will doubtless He had a young lad at Georgetown College. THE the are here. the first intimation of an approaching attack. Thereare There are pumps various fixtures, two bark mill, terms apply to T. BET who resides on ',
notified of institution
of the above suit
give him ample instructions for the effectual and we learn, so Elates a Washington letter in attachment, and to and some constitutions liable to regular attacks of turning by a cog wheel,running by horse power, a the. Plantation. and will show it. i' ;.. :
by are required
prosecution of the'war. the New York Herald, that the President ha the declaration filed in this case appear, within the pleadto time Billion: Fever almost every fall ; to such the use of cistern for rain water,a well,a brook,with abundant The Montgomery Flag &Advertiser Colum. 1 ji.
this medicine is recommended, to use it water, on the border of which the vats are placed.'he .- >us Times.Savannah Republican.Chariest on Courier 4
this and will educate him and beginning
adopted boy, re. prescribed by lw. by the middle of May or first of June lot includes 10 or 11 acres of first rate landun- Columbia South Carolinian and Richmond luirer. t

Battle of Sacramento.-Incidents.-While gard him a his own son ; and that he will see EERTHELOT &ARCHER, Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience der fence. There are also two bark sheds with 125 will copy once :month ti 1st Jannar :' : S
to the comfort of the family. Attorneys for PlaintifFMay29l647. : of weight and .. _k l* rk. ror sale at a great bargain bills to tnu Office, ana Sna IU ech papercontaining :
the oppre'qi.
the Missouri force were advancing upon 45 3Jm a sense fulnes. .. t 1
I about the stomach .iu nnd this medirino Terms libral. M. L BAKER. it to T. BEATTY. .
Mexican entrenchments at Sacramento, a tall Monticello, Florida. i
41 6t
immediate relief. May
New Ether. Dr. afford almost 1.157. .
afrplicafion of Vapor of Notice.
private in one of the companies called out to Ladies" near their confinement often suffer from May 1. IS.'. 41 tf

the captain to halt and the officer supposingthat Cazenova, head surgeon of the lunatic asylum ALL persons baring demands against the estate of heartburn and costiveness: to such this article is W. M'KLnney Russell, ;
at Pau has tried the use of of cthor ,late of Jefferson de. 4
and fearful of such vapor o Kornegay County, lu'glly reommende a it can be used without the ARTIST SHRWOOD'S -
he was faltering, a a mad gial. This poor creature had been un. ceased,will take notice that they must present themto least t danger, great benefit. In sick or nerv- MAGNETIC RMEIE PILLS AND '
feeling at so perilous a moment,leaped in front able to obtain sleep for five months. She was the undersigned duly authenticated, within the oui headache it is invaluable.This rTAVING taken Rooms at .Banner House,"Mon MAGNETISED PLASTER.

and sternly shouted Forward!" time prescribed by law, or this notice will b pleadin article found to act a pleasant cor- ti ticello, Fla., very respectfully tenders his er- I
made to inhale ether, and her agitation wi b a For' Chronic Diseases of the Organs and Limbs.
soon ices those who accurate Lake- ;
their to 1"
bar of the and the deUe
Ho, captain hush, hist Keep shady a reco'er. d'-al and restoring appetite, at
ceased. After five inhalations, she into a TAYLOR Sen., intention that the of themselves or friends,which wi be transmitted /1HRONIC DISS of the
fel time fulfilling common nee
he "there's fellow peepin'over mme every
moment, says a complete state of insensibility, lasted May 29, 1947. 45 2tn Executor. are to effect. It purely teg to posterity indellible the pat. V class H rrophymay in it''
the bank at bs just let mo old intende Price distinguished by the i
;" try my twenty-five minutesand at the end of that time tale, and, according to the direcioD His Likenesses are warranted to please.36 $39. c-s Tialy.b is produced by l
siootin fixin on him. Notice. found invaluable article Monticello, March 27,151. : : pressure
the ceased and of disor. an thoe the of .
no symptoms on ganglions the
Forward! I say. sir," shouted the officer to.rr OIX months after date the undersigned, Administrator ,afflicted with Dyspepsia Derangement of the Liver, spia
der NEW pOOKS, &c. nal nerves,in the intervertebral I
again. O of Daniel N Cone deceased, late of Columbia or General Debility. 4 each side of the
County, East Florida, will his final by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin Pike county, received per Brig Rudolph Grlng. biogra- iui spaces
"Well but the thing Captain, Prepared TS spine no matter what
to name
jest try calculation will may
The annexed
give some account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Georgia, and for sale by appointment atE 1 of John Randolph of .
for it ainl a right down tartin piece yet," said idea of the difference in the value of the cot. Columbia County,and ask for a discharge. BARNARD. Jr's., Micbelet's hitor of France,complete in 2 vols. 4 have been given to the malady byphysicians

he ; and levelling upon the peeping Mexican, ton crop : WILLIAM CONE. Adm'r. Drug Store, Talaassee. I the Rma Republic, c. .medical writers.,nouoloeists 1'bepain, or other thus I'

he dropped him. Good as wheat!" he exclaimed Bloiiot's Ferry, E. F., May 29. 1847. 45 6m DANIEL LADD, \ Amey Herbertiby W. i s will be less
Value of the Cotton Crop of the United Slalei.CROP Monticello, Aunt Ritty's Tales,by Maria J. Macintosh, proue more or
**the old! United States fixin' talks e to the intensity '
; BALES CROP LBS. AV. PRICE TOTAL TAL For Charleston. Quincy, Schiller's Revolt of the Netherads. i.l
as if it had a real ftatral animosity agin them 1&46, 8jc. $70.500,000 HARDY BRYAN, The Book of Travels in Afric '. Games, 4: _- of the disease, or its act e o ')
2,0.0 9,0,0
milEfine Brig CALLENDER,Wylie, .. .. .. Mason's Farrier, :- passive state at the
klan 1547, 12jc. Agent for Thomas county,Georgia.
1,8.0 2,0.0 9.0.0J X ; t
Master having most of her cargo 22, 1847. 44 Perci val,by W.Sewell, sure o the ganglions next above 1 1:
During the fight. party of one companywere 150,000,000 engaged,will have despatch for above May Te Far Bwer Maret use Lungs,by S.S.Fitch, t first ceielnrb indicated in the annexed

from their position, watching for chance Inc.Dee 20,0 4c. port. For freight or passage, apply to Jersey Wagons for Sale. Sx Horses foot o, and how te keep it sound, by W. tubercular disease of ,

shots! at those who showed themselves inside $13,0 Newport, May 22, 1847.- 44- D. LADD. JERSEY WAGONS FOR Apply to Te; their origin and varieties,their the Head and Br. Trot, Eyes or E on the .
This shows an increase of about sixteen SALE Dg. trea.ment
per No. 2,
the entrenchments and the Mexicans appearing Two 15. 1&47. 43 J. H.D. Richardson, pace MCIIt. Lm
; cent in the aggregate value, an increase of Bark Mills. : :_ R FORTUNE Knowlson's complete Farrier, OD tie apace No 3, that of the Lung on sac
have liuJo idea of the marksman.
to about in the pound, a DAnK MILLS for use, editions of Poems No. 4, that of the Stomach; on No. 5.
price greatly CampbeU's.Burni'
fifty par rpwo Tantr.s pi direct from Havana Splendid ;
ship of the meA opposed to them, would ex of cent cent in the number of JL and most recently patented invention : Just received and Pom.Mores, Hudibras, oC the Liver, and at the letter A,that of(theSrlnn ; .
falling improve Hammocks Buter.
per I BALE of Grass Sots
pose their persons; they fired their pieces ; of hore power. George, of of France,by Dumas on the space No. 6, that of the Smalltehn O
of in 1
bales decrease cent dozen assorted Preserves,
those who did ao.!iWere almost certain to (aUblthe'fire a twenty per May 22, l!"47. 44 6t M. L BAKER I Ra ,Orange ; Next of Kin, by Mrs. Gore;the Black Pophe the space No. 7, that of the
10 doz. Syrups- >berry
aggregate production.-Jlceh'u Leger. superior Orange The of the Heaths Woman's 'to.' 8,that of the Uterus; and on the spaco No. 9.
ando Mysteries by
of the Missouri sharp-shooters ; Flower 24 sacks superior Havana Cotiee, Tias

little did the lafter consider themselves in BY-AUTHORITY.--- U. S. MAIL LIE I 17 bags&Brown Sugar, Mrs S C. Hall. Wedding); Muter Tmoth.s; Book and Blue, that It of is no the matter Testes whether&c. tenderness be fo in one I

White Havana Devi. Buf
danger from the return fire, that they kept upa G boxes of the best Sugar brands. The ,by E- L.Bul ; The Black Men. or more places,or whether one or more te ors
fire of laughter,:also at the of tbXir 30,0 Cigars very Valentine the Irish or limbs be diseased, the curative cess, r
; success at the second J. icant, McClutchy, Agent, a
Lan of the United Statei 43 FORTUNENotce. in one and all of the
passed Mayl.18. R use of these proceeds I
shots. After several of tho enemy had thus I The Miller of .by Wm. Herbert, remeif.
at the same time. To de-
session the Twenty-ninth Congress. The Spaniards their Country,by Richard Ford, diseased organs ad limb
fallen, the others'twould place their guns on o Life of ermine the necessity these rmeie it is only

the entrenchment: fire at random, with no C5 SIX months after present my account HaziU' Napoleon, complete. necessary to detect the tecdernC ganglia, in i

part of their person exposed. This musketryfrom AN ACT to [PuJc-No. ] authonhe of From Tallahassee to Macon. vouchers to the Hon. A. McDonald Judgeof J. Pant.8bool Books. any of the intervertebral spaces on either side cf the .
in and for the County of Madison, and These remedies
the enemy was, almost harmless. When I the city of Dubu-jue in the State of Iowa, to enter / VN and after the lit of June, this line wi be ipply Probate for a discharge Administrator of the estate 20 copies method of learning to sine. first stages of tbe diseaseand invariably cure a great every majorityof case .
WM-ordered tho certain island between the landings of.said Vthoroughly established in FOUR I read, write and speak French, <
the company ; charge upon POS tf John W.Richardsonlate of sad Countydeceased. those in th.lut,including consumptionand ,
city and the channel of Ihe Mississippi rlnr. COACHES the entire route. The undersigned bl. RICHARDSON.MadiKm 20 Collott'a New French Reader, turl
entrenchment, one; of the privates was laugh SECTION 1. man by the Senate and House ing obtaine the U.S. Mail contract throughout have S 20 De Firas Elementary French Reader white swellings. Incpient consumption is fre- .
tog so heartily that the tears were rolling down *Representatives matt Slates of America necessary arrangements for the accommodation County May 15, 187. 4: Cm Mandeville's Course of B.ding. I quently deleted by tbte symptoms, even before the

his cheek A cdmrade inquired- in Congreii assembled That the constituted authorities of the travelling pnbl'C. They have good Staple and Domestic Goods.A 2 Parker's Questions, adapted to Morse New cough- commene is well known There is no other remedy fo
tbe disease,
What ails Sam 7" of the city of Dubuque, in tho State of Iowa coaches, competent teams, and obliging drivers and eography,20 Graham's English Synonymes, every physican. The t
yotj, be and will to GENERAL assortment just received and for sl. Reader, remedies are perfeetlysafe for persons ages and
and they are hereby. enter the islands agents, spare no pains give generlnH. Progressive German 0 0
"Whr, I'm tickled with tech fightin' as autoiu A. L. II. CO. conditions. and require no change of except that
in the Mississippi rive opposite the said city, faction. by & GREBE& Arnold's Greek Prose-Camposition, Anthon's Hor-
thia,"::1&11 he; u I'll swaT ef it aint u good as which are fractions within sections nineteen and The stage will leave Talahus on Mondays Wednesdays Ap-il 3. 1941. ace.Exercise and Illustrations on the Black Bad, of f a greater supply of food. For sale by

anyturkey ahooUrf I've ever seed!I" thirty ia township eighty-nine north,IB range three and Fridays, < A. M., and arrivein by John Gouldsbury; Davies Arithmetic, MILES NASH
RezcWe.Moxments east and in section twenty-fire township eighty. M con'on Wednesdays Fridays and Sundays, at 7O'clock Notice. Olney's Geography, Comstock's Philosophy, At the Post Office,Tallahassee,Fa

nine north. '.'H4B ,,* t. wtn nmn price of A. M., in time fo the cars for Savannah' SIX WEEKS after dae. application. will be made Parley's Common School History, French Testa- MaY 8lS4. 42 6
Gfn. has the public bnc: Provided, S entries shall b Leaving Macon on the arrival of the can from Sa meV> JAMXS &, Judge of Probate ments, New York Expositor The Distric School Strayed. "
of Scoll.repo'rt made months from passage of this ac. vannahand airivingio T.U.hU.Yon Monday,Wednesday for the County of Leon for letters of administrationon Speaker, Smith's Grammar, Geographyml TT'ROM.SL Lt.- ,*,e<"* ,n tantt two
been published intbe! papers, that orders had Approved March 3, 1847. and Friday evenings. the estatecfMApril \Tlc.decu. Atlas.AD U'. Srie Nos. 1,2,3.4 Jc -HORSE one a tall bay,heavy mane
beea;ent from the War Department to Gen. Every possible attentioa will be paid to the comfort a l. *. : _. and of white hair partially en. I
PUBLIC No. convenience travelers and 16, P47. 39 2 doz. Bay ley and Woodward's Gold circling his neck, nine ten fast :
ficoU to bait, for tie ,at Jalapa. The [ 67.] and o ; as it is intended Wubingo or yean ,
Union present the consent of to an act greatly to improve the line, the patronage of -- Pe Elastic Bands for Bill Holders, lacer. The other a roan horse, large size, light
of foundation fJrthe AN ACT giving Congress
says, there is no sort General Assembly of Virginia authorizing the public is respectfully snlicited. Received. Bronze Morocco, Writing.Parchment, Map Tracing man t tail,rather,a horse,seven ordat
statement; on the contrary, it is expected of the tolls the James River. WRIGHT & SAWYER. Proprietors. 500Just SACRED HARPS ,Borders for House paper Dice Boxes,Tin Jean and a natural Snt When last*
on Papr
that W is even noW in the city of Mexico.'* thelevy o the By JOHN H. YARN, Agent. ( Southern Harmony, ,Silver Pen and Pencil Cases,Gold Tablet Pen- wee in the neighborhood of Charles Powell's planat .
,. Srcnoir 1. Be i edt h Smal m May 22.1S47. 44 100 Harmonist, Papr Steel Beads, Purse Rings and TUl Spool ion, mn their way toward MODtccto or

-CtieL House of ( th u and bit Silk for Bags .; .ple .
-Judge Wilde, of the Massachusetts Jpt.mtt. That the consent Headley'sNasoleon Mrhal"Lners an Pr se
i for of Pen .
Hoe Sale.A Lectures, Tlae assortment Poke Jive ad Ahberilrewsrdwillbspaidfortheirretumto
Supreme Court, tales the ground that a. pubJj" .r. M. and the tame .hereby GOOD ierviceable Pp Mark.
*er of a is not answerable for an ar.bCleJMlsbed the General Assembly of the State of lm1.iz HORS Sr Gilt EavelopesFiiae and S o u
paper act passed by A bossed and
rjL. for sale, in Interre whe b
fifth day of March, eighteen has work a hlme Fr' ec Bee For' For sale b Sp te f.A.. REDDING
offwhich! be knows nothing : Vir 'nis, on the '_and rides -U a o ldlUle Letter and Cap Paper. .. J. ,
the is and drrf odrortyx, entitled ".A* to incorporatea tolerably plough Hard wart Piper,.upror P. A. HAYWARD. Ik
tttnedy agaibst the editor or write r; between having a fast walk. Apply to. .le MADDE.

la this. opinion the5!Court sustained him.. the company city of to Richmond remove tbe and bars Brada.luue a mer and I I h 13, 1817. 4 J. R. FORTUNE. "rri to, tRY I 38 P A. HAYWARD. May IS 1847. 43 MayS P. 1847.-, ,, .4***-. .. I h:



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t wP Jlotic State Tax Collector*
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,{.I \ New Store and New Goodiu By the President C'thp United SULPHUK 8PR1HO, r CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS OF THE TO OF THE FLORIDA, montb after date, I hall prwent jny fnl ac- BY virtue of then vetted (II lat by'J-, .

tn the large oriek edifice, on the ccrner of Jamroe States. NEWPORT, WAKULLA cOUNryFLbRIDA.. rnoroaxo AND ACUKCB T SATE TZ SECOWO OIHXH.AL SIX .n voucher to the 10D. Judge Po ba ep(o tale, oa the fourth iW,i

) silt!McCarthy ttnett, opposite E. Barnard" subscriber weald most rpectfufly AssrifBT; suBjrcr bate in the County of Je en, and tbe door of the Court H" !

? Drug Stoft,and near the Court.ndJ\ew' hia CrieD mad the p t or TBC HXXT' XRAJ.T ASSCM TZ'ACOJ LT.An. a discharge aa Administrator of the estate of Cement Rl'* Bluff,in the count of Washington & ;
irUl I HOTEL W. StephensIate of said ,the lon lands
ii 1 Market Haute found, occupies Countyde. or'l
dtITC Situ State thereof a. will pay the State and
A OCHMAI.' AltORTXCHT Or to accommodate all who sy Act t. to t1 Ctmttitutun / JAE GADnE. CObf 10
; Sulphur Water, tor** Ibi ensuing .at to o white male inAaHtantt, Monticello, January 10, 2.m on the same for the year 1846:
: ; Fancy, Ink and Staple Dry Goods, sewon. o king citizens of the United States, wh s%all 640 acre*.lyiny in Holme*'Valley,

,; : .. Bonnets flats, Boots and Shoes,Hardware, A convenient bath.boe'e .built over m of our have Tended within this State cn, year, the elct Notice. belong to tbe estate of A. B. Blckwel fUtti-t
.. Wood, Willow, Crockery and Stone Ware tie accommodation Also.400 acre*.lying in
sprints last year; and another hot(for use franchise. months after date,I sba present my account
Glass Ware. Groceries, &.c., the Ladies) win b erected diving the 1. Be U enacted tf t\. Senate and SIX vouchers aid the Hon. Judge of Lag to belong to G. Sweet.

HEADY: MADE CLOTHING. Spring 0 SECTION Rtttlatwt of the State of Florida Probate of Leon County for letters of dismission a* Also,960 acres,purporting to belong to the es,,

I or THE romowma: These Baths can b msed at all tm. ire never in Ot"tI Aucmbly eM.mtt. That the first Administratrix on the estate of Granville Sheppard, of Joseph M.White and lying on S. *
coifsftrnro and the of are as clause of tbe sixth article be so late of said County, Also 161 acres, lying on the And'a'

t '" ,' .: Ladies' BrIe ana Muslins, in dress patterns TN 5L1.w'J'!
-1 1. :. Tarlton Organdee and Painted Muslins, ,pursuance F.r !. bneca'.. u {.not necessary Ipre to cite ol the age of twenty-one years and upward,and January23,1S47- CLEVN. Collins.

'I ., ?,!, UW J1tMs&iie'Cambrics: declare and make known that "'i beheld cases or give dele I..wh'turretnMthem. who shall be, at the time.of offering to vote, a citi- JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff J

z White and black Tarlton Muslin, at tbe undermentioned Land Office tbe *f tU. U.;. State, and who shall have resided and n officio Tax Col. Wuhinztoa
-c- STATE OF FLORIDA, at the period hereinalterdesignated In addition to the usual fare at t* ntry Tavn and had his domieil, home and place 01 W. 20, 1847. Co
Black black nIWOLTI February
'I1 -#<:.' Crapei? Bariege, wit haitalon. __ __ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___6nW'ISTAR'S
: to : the Waknlla Hotel will be : stpplied with next
.: Green Bariecr, Black Lace and Lore Veils, regularly permanent one year preceding
and solid colours At the Land Office at ST. AVCCSTINE, commencing Green Tarte. Fish and Oysters,and every atUnficmpaid the election at which he shall offer to vote Montitdlo Jefferson Connty Florida BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY f,
'r Ginghams fancy ,
Shawls on Monday the ttrclfth day of July next,for thedisposal to of and who shall, at such time and six months immediately LEWIS &
f and Muslin embroidered lo
: ,
.: Bariege Do. and:Silk Scarfs. of the public lands within the limits of theundermention To gentlemen fond of hunting and fishing, tia preceding said time have had his habita WILL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle February, 20,1847. 31 A

I. ; ilk Handkerchiefs, townships, to wit: neighbrho affords an unfailing supply of tion domicit, home and place of permanent abode, ,and of the County of Columbia of the -
Fancy State
pekn Florida.
Linen Cambric South of the lose line and east of the principal fsh ; parents wishing to bring their in the county in which he may offer to vote shall be Eastern. Circuit Florida. -
I Do. dei.!( Hdkfs, plain, hem-stitched and meridian. h"re.there is a good school and divine service er1 deemed a qualified voter at ail elections under this Monticello,August 22, 1845. 5 IN CHANCERY.-IN THE CIRCUIT' COe

:, embroidered, Township twenty-two of range twenty-ei ht. Sabbath day. Constitution and none others, except in elections by FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY.

:1 ., Black and fancy coloured Kid Gloves Townships twenty-one and twenty-two of raage e The subscriber hat good stables for Horses,and t- enra ticket in the State or District prescribed by Law NoJce.DROCKENDROUGI Hampden S. Linton Complainant,

I, t Silk metalie and velvet Work Pockets twenty-nine. entire servants. if which cases, the elector must have been a vs.

'J t'r. L Black, whit and fancy coloured silk Mitts, Townships eighteen and nineteen and section six, W. G. DACCITRY.Newpot. resident of the State one year next preceding the & MAXWELL. Catharine Eliza Smith,John 14!. Smith and 8u4TT

t White and black twist silk Gloves in township twenty, of range thirty. Florida March 22, 184. election and six month within the election district H.Harrison, Defendant

i i Lisle Edging; Muslin Edgings and Inserting, Townships eighteen, nineteen and t.'enty-a.of in which he offers to vote Provided, That no sol BROCKENBROUGH wi return to Flo appearing to the Court, by the affidavit of

.. f .. Black silk Lace 1 to 8 in. wide, rage thirty-one. JEFFERSON COUNTY dier, seaman or marine in the regular Army or Navy; WM.in time to attend all Courts of the JL plainant that the defendant Catharine t

I"1. : Thread and;Bobbin Edging and Laces Townships eighteen and nineteen, of range thirty- Tax Collector's Sale. of the United Statet unless he were a qualified elector Middle Circuit and Jackson and Franklin Counties Smith, l is a non-resident of the State, and E
two. of this to his enlistment such M. will also attend the the State of South Carolina rea i
Parasols Parasollettes and Sun-shades, previous as in West Florida. B. :
vested in law I[ Sate I
1.. China straw and fancy Muslin Bonnets Township eighteen, of range thirty-three. D TY virtue of authority before the me Couif by hlousi soldier, or marine in tbe Regular Army or Supreme and Federal Court. Their time will b Jt is tt'lue Ordered,That the said defendant
for sale a
At the Land Office at NrwNAJ sviu. ,commencing shall expose of United States, of the service !! the a
.. Misses China and do. do. do., the Navy the or revenue devoted exclusively to legal poftlm. a.nd appear complainant's bill on bef
Bonnet Flowers and Ribbons, on Monday the nineteenth day of July next for door in Monticello. Jefferson County on shall he considered a resident of the State in consequence claims against the United States, the third Monday in July nest otherwise tie O

f ... Lutestring Ribbons assorted, the disposal ot the public lands!! within the limits of First Monday in July nrxt, of being stationed within the of which arrangements have been madein will be taken for confe.and tbe matters lm

-J, t Fancy coloured velvet Neck Ribbons the undermentioned townships and fractional townships the following prop rty, or so much thereof a. will L Pasted Senate, December 1. 1846. prosecution Washington. decreed : i further Ordertt

Black and white silk Hose, to wit: pay the State Taxes due thereon (o the D. H. MAYS, President Senate. March 13, 1947. 34 That a copy of this order published in son or

White, brown, blue and elate col'd ditto, South of the base line, and east of the principal year 346: H. ARCHER Secretary Senate. the public nespaper printed in the State,once a
r meridian. NE4Bec32endNW1Bec33aTdV4ofNE Passed House. December 1C, 1S-1C. months
Misses white and brown do. do., consecutively.THOMAS .
S t : Feather andpaper painted Fans Township nine of range fourteen. 4, Sc 33, T 1, R 4. N and purporting to belong ROBERT BRO\N. Spezker Ho. Reps. TIN MANUFACTORY. J* ,.
Pink, white, scarlet, straw, and blue Floience Fractional townships twenty-seven, twentyigb.twenty.nine Dnca M. Quarles.W M.D.PAPT. Clerk.An A true copy : Tete.
.\ Long Lawn, Irish Linen Linen Sheeting and thirty, on the main range i Sec 15. T 2, R 4, N &E cwner Dot J. R. FORTUNE, C. G. Fire, Citi.

LOu... T."l .1.\0, fineen. known. .Act tt amend the Contitlh.Dl of thit State to TTAVlNa become tbe sole of the TIN Monticcllo, ., 16.[20] 1847. 33 4mDEALERS
". Linen Napkjns$ Bird's-eye Diaper, Linen Dowlas, Township twenty-seven, and Cndion.a township Lot No.3fracSec2lT2R4N & E,84.acres. .a, to mae the ,en the Getal.'ltmly JC1 SHOP lately the property propretfl. Flagler &. Co.,
the main land, of 2 21T2R4NJfcE,80 .
thirty-five,on range .
Russia Diaper, Crash and Huckerback Toweling sixeen. .. intea takes this method of informing the public that he 4
and (
townships CI
i 6 to 12-4 brawn and bleached Cot. Sheeting, Township twenty-seven, of I it 21T2R4N&E,80 SECTION it enacted by the Senate and will keep constantly on hand, at the shop oppositehis &m l
I and on the main land, 21T2R4N&E,4950a'sjt
thirty-three thirty-five.on range I I I the State Flo-
Representatives of of :
... Col'd Cambrics, white and brown Holland !store a large assortment of all the varieties of
silk Velvet black Satin, seventeen. I I '4 22tT2R4N &cE, IlSacr's.lying General Assembly That the second DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS,
Alpacka Bombazine. rain convened Tin and other articles usually kept in his line of
Township tw nty-s fractional township thir in the bend of MiccosookieLake the plantation OIL
,nm fourth
vn. of the article of the Constitution or
and Furniture Calicoes
Dresj Toilet Articles
business. He will also be to furnish
j any Window
on the tnai land,and townships thirty-three known. preparo ,
of nupiber shades ty-two of Gov. Meselcy, owner not this State be so amended a to read follows viz: Perfuer ,
I : Cruel a in the country low pricesas
and thirty-five, of range eighteen. SMITH SIMKINS 2d. The members ot the House of Merchant a BRUSHES AND
PUmS' ,
Silver Thimbles. Fancy Binding, Representative
: Tape, Needles. it from the North and them to CL.e.Apolhecarics'
they can get begs
Townships thirt-two, thir'y-three thirty-four ShfT. and ex Tax Col.Jeff. Co. shall be chosen the ,
silk by qualified and shall
1 Number, various kind, fancy Trimmings ofci voters and examine for themselves. There is an ob Glass Ware AcyHE ,
White, brown aad fancy coloured Linens.for men*' I, and thirt\-6"e, of range nineteen. December 5,1S43 fin serve for the term of two years, from and after the cal / above
it it hand
in having here will be free from damage constantly on ,and for sale til
Lands law for the use of ject a at *
wear pprorriateby school day of the first election under the amended Constitution !- JL lowest market
Fancy coloured Cottoni military', purposes will be I Worms Worms Worms !! and no longer; and the sessions of the Gen which it usually gets by shipping. prices.
f A Pretty and Fancy Assortment The sales will each be kept for two hane of childhood,and the certain precursor eral Assembly shall be biennial, and commence on We have received by late arrivals large additional
open week THE the fourth Monday in November in each and every; I doz. Furnaces, such to
diseases family ought
dangerous to remain a every snppliesofflrugs.Aledicinescnd CAmuafr
ITIcus' Heady ITIndc Clothing.: (unless the lands are sooner disposed 0(,) and many i alowe ,which -
second such other times be
-. long in the human system in year, or at as may prescribed have, Sugar Dippers Sugar Skimmers, Oil Cans together with most of the popular
4 and entries of land in the Dumbrs. patent remedies,
HATS, UMBRELLAS, &c. ger; n private townshipsso by law. Counter Zinc for Stoves &c.
Patent and Calf Boots, sewed and re ;cd. ofered. will be admitted until after the expirationof Tlanl Children die annually from Sec. 2. Be further enacted That the third Sheet Sales making Stove Pipes, the render State.our assortment the largest and most varied in
All of which offer
o cause we the lowest
from the of said sales. cask
4 Calf Bootees do. do. do. V'erks commcnct'ment U"om of the fourth article of the Constitution be Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of Boil- ices. a

Fashionable Beaver and Leghorn Hats, Given under my hand, at the City of Washinlton. The season i is now close at hand when they become so that the same shall read a(olo3.That the dings, and put up at short notice,either in the cityor pi July 25, ;. 1 LEWIS A
,., Mens' and Boys Palm Hats this sixth day of April, Anno Vomili one most troublesome to children. Representatives shall be choer frst Monday; country. ISH I Ir

Cotton Ginghams and Silk Umbrellas. and eight hundred and forty-seven. Dr. Woodruff's Worm SpecificIs in the month of October and every second ALO. a new invention for draining which ITIoIasseg.
: Hard Ware. JAMES K. POLK. from and after the first election under this Sogr.
amended in
year it for market two days, the
safe and efficient for it.- wi be BARRELS FIRST RATE
the President remedy Try
By a
Mill, cross-cut-!! hand key, tenant and wood Saws!!, : Worl' Constitution, or on such other day a may; planters to call and examine. 40 For tale
is the best and by
'. RICHARD M. YOUNG, It as good as cheap as the cheapes
be directed law.
files.'chisels and braces,with bitts assort'd by Well and Cistern and double
Augers Commissioner the General Land Mr. Joseph! Shipley of Miucogee Co., Ga., i it 20 patent single March 13, 154k 1.
of Office. says
Knob plate stock, pad trunk, chest, cupboard 200 Worms from child Sec. 3. Be further enacted That the fifth cause Pumps,well adapted to plantation use. 3 I FOR
brought a ,belong
f box, horse and till Locks!!, assorted away negro of tho aforesaid article be s amended as to a March 6, 1547. 33
him short time.Mr. ONLY.
follows viz The Senators shall
Pocket and table Knives shoe and butchers' do., : be chosen by the
Carving! Knives and Forks, Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption John J. Lite. of Whitesville. Geo., says I qualified ejecor for the term of four years, at the
to any lands within the townships above enumerated, gave it in one cae brought away 20 Worms. In and in the SPRING STYLES
RAZORS Few left of Old Rough and Ready Razor pate time same manner, same SANDS'SARSAPARILA, 1847.
Straps, is required to establish the came to the satisfaction another case, it cured his negro woman of Tenia or place where they vote for members of the House or
t ,' German silver table and tea, Britannia table and of the Register and Receiver of the proper Land Of- Tape Wotm. and no shall be a Senate Cu -
Representatives; person
:' tea, andiron table and tea Spoons, flee, and make payment therefor, as soon as p'ocicable Mr. Thomas Boyd, of Coweta Co., Geo., IY9. I unless he be white man, a citizen of the United A1 ,

.I Box coffee apd corn Mills, Brass preserve Kettles, after seeing this notice, and before the diy appointed gaveit to a negro boy who was in bad health; i ibrought it Statesand shall: have ben an inhabitant of this State IMPURE SATE OF THE BLOODOR 44 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK,

Log fifth trace, halter and dog Chains for the commencement of the public sale of away immediately 30 worms! He was loon for two years next preceding his election, and the ? THE SYSTEM Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods,that tnsv

Wrought iron Grid-irons Waffle and Wafer-irons, the lands embracing the tract claimed; otherwise well,and remains 8 up to this time. last year a resident of the district or county for whichhe VIZ: have received and are now exhibiting at THE

Collins' No. 1 Axes, Steel Traps such claim will be forfeited. Janaarv. 1847."Gmt hall be chosen, and shall hare attained the age Scrofula o Kings Eeil, Rrati. Obstinate WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Pnnted CaX.

.; Ames' Spades, and long and short-handle Shovel, RICHARD M. YOUNG, ri*. Pike Co., Geo., July 12, I84fi. of twenty-five veaM. Cutaneous Eruptions o .on the roes,

Snaths, shrub Scythes, and reap Hooks Commiint of the General Land Office. Dr. WoodrufT Please forward immediately three Sec. 4.:Be further enacted That the sixth clause Face Blotches, Riles, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring 5(0)( )(D A m w
April 24,1S47. 40' t* dozen of your Worm Specific. We have il i Worn or Scald Head,Enlargement and J
Fair and good supply Mechanic Tools and ealfu of the aforesaid article be so amended as to read asoloY Comprising all the
Many many articles in the Hard-ware line not daily. Send it without delay. Respectfully, ( viz: The classification of Senators,as made Pain of tl Bone and Jon, Stubborn Ulcers, New Styles,
Bar and Billiard Room. JNO. G. HILL &. CO. Syphilitic Lumbago and Of British Spring
.. mentioned. session ot the General Assembly held in Syptf o r'rech. Jafvfadv
MONTICELLO FLORIDA. TALBOT Co., Geo., December 12, 184:. the year 1S45, shall continue unchanged one 'Ihseasts an injudicious use of Mercury which, in ADDITION to their ,
: ; usl stok
Willow and Wood Ware. hal
Dr. Woodruff have recently made tial-l'( you of whom -nearly possible, shall be chosen ,Ascites or Dop.y,Exposure Imprudence their assortment one of the most beautiful and attractive -
undersigned informs his friend
; respectfully a
Churns 3 sizes-Tubs of all sizes, TIE Worm Specific in very bad case, with nippier in Constitutional Disorders.
ever hereafter biennially for the term of four : lfe. .1.f. in the city; and having f been purchaui
the public that he has opened a BAR AND years ju
Well Buckets Pails Brass and iron.bound Buckets I think of it than
: !! efftt. more ever, and believe i it
combination hitherto
BILLIARD ROOM in Monticello. on the West side Provided, however, and it is hereby delred. that THIS preparation a un FOR CASH A>D SHORT
Keelers, Bread-tras, Wood-measures will dJ in 99 cases in the 100.
the of Medicine enD11
the term of office of that class of in history differing entirely -
I Willow Chairs and Carriages, for children of the public square, for their accommoation. and J. ROPER, M. D. unexpi- Are offered by the piece or ,
in its character and from the
solicits their His i is I E red at the first election under the amended Constitution operations various .
and below
at manufacturers
: Work Baskets and covered Market ditto AC.E
; one of the most approved pattern,and is in : ,shall extend to,and expire on, the first Monday preparations of Sarsaparilla which have beenat of prices (corrected daily,)prce.C
": Groceries. order. His BAR is stored with the best H TiE REMEDY NEEDEDFor in Otober. eighteen hundred and fifty. different times offered to the public. It acts specifically in the hands of ae plc
S Young Hyson Imperial and PowchongTeas, nt,1-1 it further enacted That the first election upon the whole system thereby bringing it buyers.
quors and Cigars: alto a variety of CO Diarrhoea, Griping and : Purchasers will inform themselves of the state of
: : Rio and Java Coffee TIONARY. His rooms will be opened at Dysentery nnl for Assemblymen, under this amended Constitution under its direct and immediate infuence. Although the and well
.1 1 ; Butter and Water Crackers day and evening; and, by strict attention to businessand hour. Summer Complaint of shall take place nn the first Monday in Oto possessed of powerful healing efect. yet it is en- makt. do b repaid for a examination,

\ ... Roe Herrings, in barrels, a desire to please, he hopes to general sat Front the late lamented Captain Houtcs, Georgia ber, eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and tirely harmless, s that it c the most del- evn JL &B. have purchase. for
:: ., No. land 2, Mackerel in i Ills., brand, 1S48, isfaction to his customers. see him. ment.BRAZS session of the General Assembly under this amend- icate constitution. When in perfect health, no effect peculiar advantages extorting orders -
10 ibbls. Fulton Market No. 1 Beef, Cal. BARRINGTON. ST. IACO, July 24., 151ff. dod Constitution shall commence on the fourth Monday I LJ produce by its use except an increase of appetite for prints,which are respectfully nolicifei

t. White Bean!!, Rice,dried Apples!! and Peaches Monticello May I. l47.S 41 Dr. M. Woodruff Dear Sir-I owe yon a apolog in November, in the year eighteen hundred and ; whndiea!! is seated in the frame, and LEE & BREWSTR

Sardines 10 ibbls. soused Pigs-feet, for not acknowledging before this the forty-eight. caring Cat along the path of life then Cedr 8tri

I i Rbli. and Ibbls. Flour Lemon Syrup. Sllerl 's Sale. box of your Dysentary Cordial, which you had the Passed Senate December 22, S46.. ,influence i is felt and sea; it enkindles January 23. Is'. 27 t2

,. Sperm Candles Colgate Pearl Starch, virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from kindness to send me while in Columbus, for the use D. H. MAYS. President of Senate. new life and vigor, and bring health and strength

t .., Colgate pale Soap, brown and toilette Soaps BY the Clerk's office of the Superior Court for the of my corps. II. ARCHER, Secretary of Senate. to the suffering and By the last Arriyals from New

:- : Pickles assorted-Catsups, assorted County of Leon,Middle of Florida,wherein I have founJ it a most valuable medicine, and only Pa House of Representatives, December 29, .TRUTH I STRANGER THAI FICTIOT."-LET ITJ have received Yok
Distric a superior style
Olive regret that I have not a supply of it. Whenever FACTS SPEAK following | very
:. Oil, loaf and crushed Sugar the Union Bank of plaintiff, and my 18-1. THE FOR THExnLTJs.-Te VY
Scotch Snuff,'of several Factories F. Allen, Adm'r. of R. C. deceased,Benjamin i is defendant men have followed the directions,they have invariably ROBERT BROWNSpeer Ho. of Reps. certificate is only rnother great chainof French Black Cloth,

Mustard and Spices, assorted I have levied upon Alen. expose for talc, found relief. We havo suffered and are suffering M. D. PAPT Houe testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and Superior Style of Wool-dye Clot

t "t Putty Whitq Lead. Window Glass before the Court House door, ,in the town of Mon much from Dysentary. occasioned by the wr"tcbe February I47. 3 Cm be convinced. What it has done once it will doagain. Bottle Green French
Train, Linseed, and Lamp Oils, water we have to drink but your Cordial '
: ticello, on the first Monday in June within le- i Olive'Brown" "
Good and low Tobaccoes net ring all to their health and rf< With Notice. o CHABLESTOWX, Mass., Sept. 23d, 1846.
't chewing, smoking puce o.
al hours the
? ,to wit ton .i'u
rolowindescrib property : months after the of this I Coffee Brown '
J Powder Shot, Lead, &c. &c. &c. The South i ) my sincere thanks your kindness,and best wishes I S JIX publicator notice This may certify that my son, now aged seventeen
J ( for your success. I am your obedient servant, shall apply to (Ihe J M.Gilchrist, has for ten afflicted with the scrofulous -ALSO-
TheWestiofSectionl-l ben years
,: i Tn T 1. Ti Sand ISAAC hOLMES Cipt. Macon Guards.A I Judge of Probate for Gadsden County for letters of tumor. At the age of seven he had the measles Cassimercs of the latest Style.
The E oUheS : E years
(7The: inhabitants of the and i Ei ,
: city county, ofSc.I fresh valuable I litmission ntor from the estate of Susan
supply of the above medicines, a Admin which probably caused this humor to make its ap- READY MADE CLOTHING.
toUhe 15
i r' ,
and those of adjacent counties, arc particularly requested TeE ; S. Sneil,
just received and for sale by Lewis & ,. Drug- >earance in a most singular ,
the of said defendant and Are dee"ed.R. way covering hi I Qf3- and purchase those who want
t. to call and see for themselves-and, especially upon a L. Adm'r.Quincy bOy Cal good
., to sold property facias. guts!!,Tallahassee; alio.by R. Manning,P. M..Man- EINS. from his head to his feet with small BULL brD
to Len
S call the attention of the LADIES whose b satisfy sid December 12 I
we Cm
II nington Leon County; Jas. B. Beard P. M, IJicco- ulted a Doctor of Meicine. and he examined him 2. 1947. 24
', taste was never known to err. It will afford me great SMITH SIMKINS Serif sookie, Leon County; S. F. Burney. Miccoaookie; days in not his Januarys _
thre succeion. understanding
:.. pleasure to display before them the diversified and April 25,1547. 41 E. BARNARD, Jr.,
'.-. Samuel Puleston, Druggist.Monticello; James Hine, case,advised me to consult Dr.Rogers,of New York, CIARLES ARCHERS
i- .. attractive FANCIES in Store. Joshua Davies.Gadsdcn D. TNFORMS his friends and the public resident of that
Quincy Ba- I then After
being a
; County ; city. a long ANDS at Tallahassee the plantstion -
; Immediate find punctual attendance, will It w" p J_ that he has taken the store the
I M..ChattahoocHe, and Wm. Powers, Merchant on corner and critical examination, having more than thirty of Col. R. : in
I la all orders lent me. Thom
paid Marunna. of Monroe and Two Hundred Foot I Mitchel.
other medical gentlemen with him at the same time
1 S. F. BURNEY. .county, at $ and 913
April 17. IS47. 39 [ISKmsM.,please Aprils, IS 17. 31 streets nearly. opposite the Court House he pronounced it Scrofula or Kags Evil. The February 20. 31 __
t .t. copy. __ wlelc 7 t>o found a general assortmentof child was then prescribed for,and taking 187 _

For Sale. genuine DRUGS AND MEDICINI. very attention medical drugs from that time. He grew worse until Just Received.

Peters' Vegetable Pills. FARM situated about two and a west paid to orders of Physicians!! Planters. June of 1837 and then his bones became affected inconsequence FEW more copies of Headley Napoleon
A hal mie All articel warranted good quality, low for cash. of the that had been him. A his a
: of Madison Court Hcuse It !! ftur mercur given Manb.l. Also a fine Guitar, for asIc /
and In this
Truth Is mighty, case has GREAT ARIA eighths of first quality of pine :land about 100 actes ha just received a supply of SHERMANSWOR A piece of bone away from his under-jaw in Januar 9,18n. 2 P. A. HAYWARD.M. .

,1 ... Prevailed ITEETERS' 20 Bushels, or of opened well watered with excellent springs, and I, COUGH, CAMPHOR and I the first place, a large a an English walnut, a piece
1 PILLS have from the fint been a favorite a comfortable dwelling hout. The outbuildings are wOZENGES,valuable articles, and the most agreeable from his forehead a large as a sixpence and a piece D. PAPY
Dr. .
J .medicine: ia the South but now their consumption Gordon's Family Pills all ndw, the barn and gin-house spacious and commodious. form of administering meicnes.SHERMAN'S from near the crown of his head. It then went to ,

is confined to no section. In the North, the va-t and increasing demand for this new and There u on the tract a superior orchard POOR 1fol'S PLASER the i the back and side, and discharged in three places. @iiir

.: East, and the West as well as beyond the Potomac : TiE celebrated medicine, and the numerous of Peaches, Figs, &c. also a young vineyard which cheapest and best plaster From thence to one of his lmbs. separating, in con Practice in all the Courts in the )3Rddl.

in Europe, South America India and the West Indies cures they are daily effecting, portions of the the last year produced i from 35 to 40 bushels of fine for Rheumatism, Pains in the Back,Side,and Weakness sequence of the muscles an3 cord WILL Office o the first floor of t

1 they are kbown and appreciated. The demand county where they have in.al of Dyspepsia grapes. Its character for health is unquestionable.Apply !! &cAlso DR. FOLGER'S from the bone*of the ankle joint on the back part.- ;tol, South wing room formerly occupied Cap t
2 (or them has no parallel in the annals of medicine Liver and Diseases, to the Editor of the Floridian,or on tbe premise OLOSAONIAN or ALL.HEALINGBALSAManinvaluabIeartjcleforCoj5 He had at one time fifteen running sores or issues 1 Secretary of the Territory.

{ and it may be said of their advocates- with their well Complint. Biiow. Headache, to W. C. MILLER. from the glansof the throat and those places I havementioned. November 15, 1345.

.* The cry is still they come!" &c.,hal induced the undersigned to make arrangements January 9. 19-1. 25 Roughs Asthma, Bleeding at the Lungs, Consumption In 1840,1 lived in Portsmouth N. H., 1 ,

; 0 In all diseases of the stomach the abdominal viscere I to receive hit stock direct from the proprietor, and its kindred disase.: Pamphlets containing and he was atake with a Rheumatic Fever which JOHN ERSKINE,
certificates from in
I the liver,or.the generally, their alternative persona standing,resccting settled in hips which swelled
sjstem and would to their numerous that theyare SPRING a large a ATTORNEY AT LAW
cu.tomr its valuable ,
1. GOOD.S. > efFects,can had
and tonic properties acting upon the constituent prepared to supply them wholesale and retail, b gratis, by ap three of the other. Being under Medical treatment,
: properties qf the blood will produce an immediate New York a plYll a abov.Talahaee. they gave him laudanum until he lost his reason. Quincy, Florida.
I, change and eventually perform a radical cure. prices.THOMAS M. TURNER, Savannah. DETTON HIGGS !! January 10, 1846. 25tf Then I became alarmed, and sent for a Thomsonian. TT7ILL attend the Jusice' Courts of Ga&to

:.. TESTIMONIALS. A large stock of these excellent Pills just!! received, ARE now receiving per Gen. Wison. a elegant His medicine helped his hip and resored hit reason. V V County, the Ciruit of Middle Fieri*,

Extract of letter from Pr. Waines, of Philadelphia and (or sale, at 25 cents per box,with full directions, of Spring and Goo viz: Upper Suwannee Springs, The third time he wa attacked tvjth this fever in and the Court in the adjacent Counties of Georgia

,dated February 2, 1840:-"Your Pills are the by LEWIS&AMESMILESNASHand EDWARD French Beragcs, EAST FLORIDA. 1S42 when hearing of Dr. Sands' Srpaia. and 1845. 13 tfQO

.. mildest in theii1 operations and yet most powerful in BARNARD, Talahaee. Fa., and on enquiry will Satin stripe do. HE subscriber takes this method of informing being perfectly atil6e that al : .eicnes had t Sentinel copy. .
/ their eteta.f,any that I have ever met with in apraetlc be found in al and villages in the South Rich Ombrie do. .;; ; his friends and the public that failed o effecting cure I and procured bottles NATHANIEL HAMLIN
t' and twenty,jetrs. Their action on and West. Plain and Plaid Black do. he has taken lease tho above by he had taken it all I conideredbim
.: .;. the chyle, and hence on the Impuritie of tbe blood, May 8,1947. 42 6mTHE Plan Mode, Blue and Pink do. ment for a term of years,and on will be prepared establish to accommodate well. Those places healed-he became bright Factor and Commission Mertiaat,
and colored
: is evidently er1Iri.ing.- u Balzarines and tfarquese, all who may favor mm wan their 'at- and lively-color came to his face and lip*-from NEWORLEANS.Col. .
Extract of Henry Hall, of Que- Printed Muslins and Lawns, As the mineral that time till the Fall of 184-1, his complaints never
...4I.. bee, L. C. March 6, 1841:-"For billions fevers Colored Tarlton Muslins!!, ronae. cannot regards be qualities of the wa troubled him. At that time-he became deaf which WM. BAIZ.ET Jefferson Co.}

,o: sick headarhe; for pidity of the bowels, and enlargeraent Do do Robes, in America, The Springs surpassed will by be any opened watering by the place firs continued until last March when his right eye became IA,. KIK SET, Esq.,Talaha.>RnuzvCx

:".' of the spleen Dr. Peters' Pills arc a excellent Plain do do day March. Charges will be and affected; from that to the lef eyecovering the D. LAnD Esq., J

-J neicint.- Organdie Muslin. attention will be( to the moerte. who ever sight of the eye so that he wa a great measure February6,1S47. 2
.. Swiss Book and Mull do paid may]
1 For AMES, MILES NASH deprived ofsight.Knowing .
k favor him with their The
company. subscriber is N. 1!!. MARTIN
Lawns and
EDWARD Mourning Ginghams that Sands
:, Sarsaparilla was the only
.. BAR"ARD. provided with good and faithful servants,fine stables
: May S, 42 6m Rich Berage medicine that had ever done him I Commission and Forwarding lertaut
t ls1. success of these Pills in curing in a few Black do Shawl and attentive hostlers. any go. apple ,

i 'i' where all othe remedies have ( and Silk Scarfs I InYhdslboring under the following diseases may to Mr. Fowle, Apothecary at Boston mor 10 Poydras 5tret.NEWORLEANS. ,
aied. Superior ,
taken fifteen dollars
worth which has removed
: CABltNETJVIAKING.DA31 that, too, in cases of twelve and aSlured will effect for them a per LA.
1 : .; : standing-warrants the Back Berage do manent cure: Dispepsia,Diabetu the humor from his eyes and hearing and he no
artion. that if taken Utera, DUYING, SELLING AND FOBU -
according White and Colored superior Kid Glovee Prolpsl be and RECEIVING,
to cured radically
so. believe
to the directions, they are a certain all kinds of Scrofula,Scald Head, the appears verily
to : OX & LYXCU.Tl cure.- do da do do Silk do Teter, various this latter trouble might have been avoided WARDING attended to with prompt
A list of certificates in painful disorders of this al
long proof of their infalli
AVING the entire stock and interest of Silk and Umbrella TOJjro.
.: a. bought Gingham cas. if I continued thorougly the use of the Sarsaparilla JUJEJ
,-q.-' jLl Franca Wlenker in the Cabinet are bility might be added, but those jpon the directionsare Parasols t Parasolcttes, Bonnet Ribbons assorted The Dancing Saloon will readiness for all when he was under its influence the first time. V?. ARCTIC, LATHAJ ft. BAEX.T,
Sop. deemed sufficient. who fond of this
ahd be are and
;,.b prepared t do all kind of work in and Try conTince Sun Shades.White graceful pleasing exercise.FRANCIS !! These are the simple statements of the of the A. BESTWICK, S. S SJLY.
that the most effectual and fact
they are A.
hope the patronage heretofore given to the shop will and Black Silk Hose, case, and I feel it my duty to make those i December 5, lSJfi. 2 -
4 offered the 27, 1947. Cacs
-4.' Their in very remedy ever to public to insurea Slate, Black,White and Mixed Ho. and half Hoc February 32 3m for the
b contilue. ;( experience the bu.ine The to the publc. benefit of those be Molasses and Fifth Barrels.
; irt permanent and lasting cure.BaAC' Irish Linens % I Joural' Tallahassee, Advertiser" may
saying they can give manner
warat. ntisacion. STORE, Lowdes Co. Ala. ) .\palachicola,I "Columbus, : feeling a full conviction the hu hand and sriul
Time. I on
Brown Linen underi6ned
thdir k 'Vhig.'Grifn.
execute ,
has THE
They woi
cure solely from the effect
Diings of
: Ida ae I Flag &. Advertiser ben'efected this STKUr
e of it on a* other work- April 29, 18.: 5 do do Montgomery pleaacopy any quantity superior Cypress
.p7 men pose in the Statet trs any ; ),-. G. A" Tyler:-Dear -Ti. may certify Table Damasks Coton Diing once a week for three months, tend one paper con ilauble medicne. W. BECK or engge BAREL the former,holding tom 31 t
March 20.184735 that after using many pr the cure of Huckaback Towelings, taining the notice and their bills for the same u u. October Main I 40 usual Fish barrel sizeNewport. -

Chills and Fever and expending someforty-five dollars Scotch Diaper Linen Dwla above. Rltoll. BotM the above named 13, 196.-Ten. per .Feb. 13. 1847. 3 DA "L LAD..

Ilu.lstrle'* Court. in physicians bills, without any benefit, I procured White, Brown and Scotch) aper, Groceries. and made solemn oath that the above Bck. Just Received by J. R. Fortune
:.4.i District,Leon County, a box of Dr.TyIer. Fever and Ague Pills, at Bird Eye do., colored Table Piano her and ctrfcate.by '
Java and Rio
statements ,
THE Qvtr. DOZEN LtuKW 6 Kid Glove
their Court one which cured me effectually, after I had a Cofe .ubribe teein contai" M
: bold next o the aDd Monr dola FaD Prints Democratic ., Loaf and ue Before me, 2 4 rich Balzarine,
-( *- ;" -tune. Return day. 4th of June. John this distressing and com. and Sug JAMES piee :
J.TV. unpleasant Fancy Cranl N. Orleans RICE, Justice of the Peace. 3 I printed Lawns, I
; Wilson,. tC.d- rt pjcclei. the plaint for twelve months. I have known used '
are the Vienna \ Maccaroni, Olive Oil, For further particular and conclusive evidence of
.. 8
I aa.trla pfficeri of Under ait arlgeme .: r case and not a limrle box h f a;)-, K*. Mrfdnum do its I Cru
English Dairy Cheese, Pine Apple de superior value and efficacy, see pamphlet, which Russia
{ of s,,there will be but here Ibeoilo be the very Wit and most safe and certain do Diaper&c.1 11
: docket which seAl) be under the direction ole coletn cure for ague and (ever that can be used,and unequalled Silk Gingham and Poneee Handkerchief I Brown Soap, Windor ditt. may be obtained of Agent*,gratis. Mach g, 1847. u :31

.tj- jority of the undersigned Justice Each will as a tonic restorative in all debilitated con- Sperm Cale Buck Drop Shot, Prepared and sold by A. B. fe D. S\NS Druggi -
Cotton and Muslin do
ome Bar t., 100 Fulton street of .YSoldalsobyLEWI3&AMESTa1IahetgM State Tax Collector' Sale.T .
Vinegar. ,
for tbe the Lad
be held responsible put ia hand eystrm* E. MYERS. Union Cottonadet, / Ciar coer
fo Oc for te pap ,at h Court .Price $1 per box, with full directions. For sale, Blue Dennis Marine Shirtings, // Apple&C&c. & >Y Yirtoe of the power vested in me bylaw,I will
coleon te a Talaa.Fla.by LEWIS Jt AMES, MILES k4U0U8, &e. CATLIN, Penuola,F.B.WUTING.S.Mark, -L> expose (or tale,before the Court House door,*
Fancy Drillings,
C. BARNARD and I by Druggists generally throughout United the city of Tallahassee of Leon,on the fin*
+ E BAR J. P. NAS on enquiry will Bohemia Plaids, Brown Habit linet Champaign and Cognac State te county
1 P. fond in all the town and village South 4-4 Osnab Brandy Monday in July next, the following property*
.;( EDWD. M. WEST, J. P. West. u jandLowel1do Georgia Madeira Winchester and Wajtkey.Monoagehal* d. Pe.$1 per bottle. Six bottle for $5. much thereof will pay the State and County ta1.
I May 15.1847. ; 43. May 8, lS41.. 42 60 Cloth. Wine- pubic u fMptful- to remember the same for the year 1848:
4-4 English Long Champaige Cider,
: has ben Lots No 317, 318, 310, 320, original plan,
r. I { Fu Bale. Groceries. Linen Omiborgs, ,' London Porter, Scotch Ale, and i*constantly achieving such remarkable cue 1'g. north addition of the city of Tallafl*****.piTSporting.to
Brewn and Bleached Cottons, .: Ducal Champaign the most difficult class of diseases to which the human .
Win .
; I ALYlnorRL. ten o"rh1I.aa A A FULL assortment L. just received and for sale by Brown aLe! Sheetings, \ Sperxn Ud Train Oi., fcc., &c.,for tale by frame tubject;teCoe ask for Sands'Sana belong-. A.Davenport.A. S> nff.
this H. GREENBERG CO.Apiil .
Fin. FS
I om"A S Srfn tc., & larilla,and take no and Tax Cooatji.
4 I Nay 1, ae 1 41 3,1847. S April 3,187. Si '. 3,164'. 37 BEN 'HIGS'.Apri Decembcrl2'1846. 20 ly D.ceuiber26,143,23 ettffici. Cot O t

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