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: June 5, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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ADd mark the feature of that staUDividing
Det4fr0rl! Li/et ia all respects

How sweet her slumber! On her lids better ; an

The angel peace!bath set its seal. BY SIBLEY & DYKE. .- -- I with

And to her conch ihe Guard forbids TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.. SATlJEDAY. JUNE 5. at any
18t7. VOL. that
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the nose slightly He ----- =Jh; ___ =--- __ ibis vicinity
injured. -
How stood
beautiful! She would silent and
compel Curious Calculation. r
What is
The tribute of a utoic's kiss appeared stuptfied, and revived only when an The is a billion' frvm th* Glatgmo Pott. ? Me Wathiuftm Union oth'c.
very simple-a million times A ROMANCE t 81
official IN STAGE
informed LIFE
Angelic purity might i dwell him that he should receive million. This i is 1)1 THE SPIRIT OF THE in
written and
the i quicker quick) uring the drama r my 0
reward of of the Battle .
ten dollars of
ID such a shrine as this. of set upon the head er still pronounced ;, but no man is able to at the Sedge.IDIOr" FORCES UNDER GEX. With the .

And here it dwell?-unstained and bright- every a t.. tiger.JuLoougn. ,.. _ I count it. v_.. may count 160 f.f 170 in'. day. AV ninr. Iut.Adelphi Theatre,here__ on Toea.. .._ We ar uti.fe that it,. ..4_.! the notice I
--- --- --
ineso field aD OClbrnt. 'fW\1r........ *!
Though halfozealedby modest fear; place, the Javans days occasionally take minute ; but let us even suppose that you miy; which, for stirring interest'-- ----and- --- t" deeply impressed (he noble ra your
Yes,were this soul disrobed tonightlid of have another and easier go as far as 200 ; then an hour will produe far outdoes all such dramatic fictions romantic"story, offer which has been made of a appeared

we an angel Jiere nificent way tiger-catching, by means of a mag. 12,000 ; a day 283,000 ; and a year of#5 Wife of Two Husbands" "The as The. from Maryland. It is worthy papers : ,
How sweet her slumber! None but those which the rat door trap, baited with a goat, and of days 105l 01000. Let suppose now tit ," or those numerous'misadventures Marriage and Spar Smith himself-worthy of fitted fo
Whom Heaven as the tiger rushes in. Adam, at the first beginning of his existenc and illustrious father have Pin
rjath numbered for its bliss The captive is then killed with bamboo had mishaps in connection with love, marriage, whose ,Gen th
Have promise of such calm spears, begun to count, had continued to do so and triumphant virtue which revolutionary
Such perfect rest u this. or. more frequently, transferred to a strong and was cOQnting still ; he would not evm to fill the and give the are upon the stage" b on our revolutionary long known
cage, and taken to a town, where he pause fancy play. -
now, according to the brave men who have some highly
Unconscious usually supposed
of the! ageof The facts of the
woe *n to :
That weigh usdo>raTa9r Jung hours, by fighting the amusement buB lo. The of Java his conquer.on buffalo our globe, have counted near enough. Forlo While on the above evening tbe business of from Gen. J. B Smith-and worthy for ao and f 1
count billion the
Her I a he would offer has it
S 9513 respects
gentle spirit only wears require yean. the play was going forward and while ;
ionke largest species, is covered one of
34 da'l 5 hours. and 5Q minutes5 scarcely possible and
to morfe
A burden the favorite ._ accept it at .
( or
now o flowers. inicK nair, ana actreues thA Ar1.lnh; urn na.. .;.. .1_ | O. .
bas sharp norm, than '- -- --- ----.rw. .L 6' 0
more t'v. ... .. !
WILL wuica
She dreams! her radiant features speak two feet long, growing in a nearly horizontal The Caddo Gazette has the following in re. forming her part-indeed, we need not hesi. Office."J Whilst toe arngment required to J JJ

Of themes that waken deep delight. direction. His color is of a dirty blue black, lation to the late poisoning at Shelbyville, Tex8 tate giving the name (Mrs. De Burgh,) as been submitted to the plant, L
,For smiles adorn her lip and cheek- and, altogether, he In a very ugly customer, : the whole matter is now kept no secret by the ten from all parts of the return, .f|1
Smiles beautifully and as the unfortunate A parties interested-a tall, handsome man, witha an ;.
bright. tiger usually finds. Wedding and a Poisoning.-We have some of the States an .
,Oh could I lift the jealous veil For these duellos between the forest gran. been informed that on last Friday week, a military air, in the pit, was observed to look of the supposed are actually disadvan. I II

That doth those jovous thoughts conceal. dee and the lord of the plain, a regular arena I. wedding took_place between Shelb.ZYifleand very uneasy for a few minwes, to gaze earn.nWn shown to other partiality, of nu. I I
The spotless page sinless; taleJUKI is erected, surrounded by **l'ades be- HarnU'i. t..the stage as ifn\t'" eWrah'lfnlCs Irom ,' I
I r the I Corn
of the and
Wwt1A .,_. k.z..i..L..a T -.turn _j ._ place, names parties to his seaTniTi'tnZinetTeuntjIhe 1 Congrea a sufficient force that
r--'r -a. -,4.flp.r----- tb---T hnfTlln----.- -L--.- h.n---.. hrnnfYt.-"b :.n..n,1,0.. ..... which we have- _not__ _Inn.nn/l__._____.. mrtA_' that 0- a_ _B/iniir._,.._.- ______.L __.!,t' I. ._ at length ap. caled .. undr *y.tr.e, : '"t I.A.!
narK i her parting disclose parentf MUOUCU umiscii with his : ---.e .u. ;
ring, a native, generally a chiei"approachesthe ) ation took place the next morning, the gen. when, to the scrutiny"" car on the war with all the ol its i I
cherished astonishment
Some secret long repressed ; with tleman declaring that he would live with of all around, he from
cage dancing step, accompanied by not exclained susceptible, may not be among .
Nark how her cheek with at the of
glowf- music, opens it, and retires in the same man. the lady another day. On the Monday follow. voice pitch a stern military. accept, at this time an offer of a and placed :!,
How heaves her swelling brea-t ner, keeping his eyes fixed upon the tiger.- 'ne,eigbt ofthe persona who were guests at the Not My wife by heaven my Eliza !1'_ ade from Maryland, highly as it creeping
She breathes a name amid her dream- The tiger, who well knows his formidable op. wedding, died, and thirty.five or forty more burst knowing the the cause of this sudden out. by the President and i 13 J
The soul of love spectators for Scretar
is in time
the tone- a appeared at a We known that
ponent, comes unwillingly forth, and creeps were not expected to live. The husbandjwas: understand .
loss Hhrther th
Her cheeks deeper to treat the Geera
with blushes teem- round the arena, avoiding his foe, and watch importuned to declare the causes which im. affair as a joke or probability, have gives out an .'
That name-it is PIT: own ing an opportunity to spring upon his head or pelled him to the separation," and he finally earnest. Seeing, however. that the gentle: moh of 'un a u lea twenty Ai an accom. ,

Joy! joy! my bliss is perfect nojv- neck. Presently the buffalo, who is almost consented if a little time would be allowed his man was perfectly of sober, and quite serious in or more-contesting, too,of regular state this .
The boon I craved is mine-is mine- always the assailant, rushes with a tremendous him for deliberation. The causes had not manner: address, their merriment gave te.faT mn. But what with a p.v' 4 .
Upon my bended knee I bow bellow at his sneaking antagonist. The tiger transpired to the knowledge of our informant.It way to wonder and curiosity, which was in no can help rejoicing at the noble to the .

And thank thee, God Divine! seizes a favorable moment, and fixes his long is conjectured,. that. the. .bride. ., imparted. tot fair degree actre51 lessened\ who_ hArI I when h.pn it..was.1.........noted nnnt."t.that.. .the..l our country DOW p.hibit.1 _It_ n consistency g I
Ey night or day awake asleep claws in the buffalo's necC ; but the furious nun someioing outing me uuuai mgu* which dressed had swooned n --- --- t' """ 'J QU. peatedly, during the la session Ullaa
The tokens of her love I see- bull dashes him against the palisades,and yell excited his suspicion and alarm. It its further the The and required to leave where is the money? Where .
I know that love is 'Hire and deep. ing frightfully he relinquishes his hold. He I conjectured that the bride is iparticeps crim. stage. this play however, went on not. come from? As to the first, we deservedly a
withstanding but
And centred all i in me. now shirks the combat more than ever ; but ira*, from the fact that on the night of the the the occurrence excited nearly sixty millions offered for a
the buffalo follows bim up till he pierces him wedding she declined partaking of any of the most marked attention.On times more than what the I I and amply I

1M] D C I}: L 1M rE 0 aJJ with his horns, or crushes him to death againstthe cake for the reason that she had previously eaten manager heariig,at once of proceeded the mltterIr.to the!\ .place Miller where, the require for fifteen or eighteen rich' land if f L
We gather
barrier. Sometimes friend tiger some and it had made her quite sick.- see volunteers
THE TIGERS OF JAVA. -. dunghill from the very first, and then the proves Ja. Putting this circumstance and that of her separation cause the gentleman of tie unlooked.for sat, in order to ascertain the their offers. Tough Mississippi of the aee. !
that had
vans goad him with pointed sticks, scald him together, and the bride, in the estlma- been interruption did regiments already in the d i .
of various given to the .
The Tigers commonest species the abound Java. with Kstilinir water KIOTO him with blazin! ofmanv. occuDiea' an unenviable DORition.- and _T.J.L.___ .... .rn.......evening's.........:...... :>.._ ,1 entertainment._ __ __h!__, I plains that the government will ;i ) ___ground___1_, ', _-
are '
I royal and the -
tiger, Others IVI LUO
straw and resort to other humane devices to are of the opinion, as we have been he bad .0 C4prC331UQ more ot her gallant sons into the "VUIUVUIJ .
leopard, of which latter animal the black ti. his If the buffalo informed, that arsenic was used in the cake for S nade use of. The War Office is crowded with to the I
spur courage. fights shy, "I "
is a bastard rarietjr. Cubs of both tell you, said the gentleman "that limpid .
ger kinds which does not often happen, he is subjected to salaratus through a mistake. ady And here is a whole brigade from
are frequently found :in i the same lair ; and similar But the has is my wife, whom I have not seen these nineteen (to be led by one of her most bottled and I
when the black tiger is very young, leopard.like no chance allowed ; for if he does poor,tiger through Bennett of the X. Y. Herald, writing from that yean. I have been abroad, and during generals, and to be of oresh. J
spots are discernible on ,its skin. As it !have not heard from her; I thought best citizens in her com.ed highly! a. f:
pluck and pluck, prove the better beast, the Europe,gives an amusing picture of the moral her dead borders
grows older, they disappear, and the hair be. :and can you wonder I was astonish sentiments oils in the .
effect of
Javans, who evidently have not the slightest our wonderful progress" upon the our countrymen rise
ed 3
comes of a uniform black. In the interior of notion offair people of the old world ? But" said the stranger, '* who are you every other consideration. Men I eprea :
play, or any sympathy with : that i.
Java much mischief is inqure ? Tine for
;done by these cowardly subject him to an unpleasant operation I. The Mexican war and the subscriptions Mr. iously upon the War office for
but blood-thirsty and cunning beasts. In the for the Irish Mller replied that he was the lessee of A spirited citizen of gathering
called the campok. They make a ring round strike with equal force, and leave the Maryland, ;
neighborhood of the large European It"ttle.1 the theat-e-that he had a respect for this we are not at effected :\\ .
him and torment him till he hazards a desperate European mind in a state of amazement. liberty ,
ments, accidents are less frequent the tiger spring, and finds his death upon their lance Many are beginning to perceive that new and lady, wh had now been in his corps dra. appropriate 10,000 { lpecl box \

shunning populous districts, and retreating into points." startling elements are at work in the United matiqve.. ."'nuand fir three Sr.years n_ ,n during_..__ which_ _ber're.nutprf __ equip a <*mnn nr.. Volunteer rice.. Te o
the forest the ..... L L i )! .11 I
on approach of Whenone ---- '--'-" :
man. It is a remarkable fact that the Java tigers S States, and every arrival is watched for with i .e uvu'gu y UI uleo ; anaa in from all qUrten Here is I wh ] | -
makes its appearance, the authorities gen. seldom attack the preliminary exclam&tion1 wonder be felt an interest in the reputation of'the rom will turn cultivated

erally order a battle.; Very few, however, consume or the never natives by dozens Europeans.; but Dr.They Sel what the devil the Americans will do next !I" lady, a1 1 a for the good name of al the I lucDt Malln disappointed from bushels. !

are killed, though a price is set upon their berg could get no account of an onslaught on The truth is that the United States are be. members of the company, he hoped gen. he War Office. Such is step the iDcendary.'r! dna, .but I t
heads,and continue tleman wo ld other oil .1 '
they to
destroy about three no wantonly bake a statementto our I
hundred Javans a Dutchman or any other white man. The ginning to exercise a mighty influence in Eu injure br character. countrymen.Agrealjorzunefor of ,
per anpum,on a moderate a
av. Javans well From the the has
are aware of this, and assert, that rope. height Republic now Marrid rats
eragt. This is, in a great measure, the fault reached tell the limits I" exclaimed the stranger, "to pro-
a number of Europeans, amongst whom no one can pow.er tomebody.- *. .. ,
of the natives themselves, who instead of do. another! My Eliza roamedf But I must ly estate..mEol. < V ..K-_. j
there is only one native, are exposed to the at. progress, or preponderance. One *': ,1. ; '* --& in stating !
ing their utmost to exterminate the krd en tack or a tiger,the native is lnrriahb7 the .:- Ipftriincr T-nnrWi intimitl 1A says, "IIalt m Joke, M Yuir lhe Ji w rxp&JZ.man c:'/ many years. It is variously into the il
tertain a sort of supersiitious! respect for their tim.; This assertion is confirmed by many ex. halfin earnest-if the Americans go on at this wk said, My nam is Lewis-Lieu. 50 to 60,000,000 dollars.! It is rank at ;
devourers, and carry it sd far as to place food amples. Dr. Selberg conjectures various rea. rate, feeding one hemisphere and fighting the tenant levis, sir. I've come direct from stood that by a late decision over oil is more t'

in the places to which;they are known to re. sons for this eccentricity or epicurism, which. other, the time may come when a Louis Phil. Liverpool, slier having been on foreign service goes to the heirs ef John Lawrence pro. .1;I E. J
sort, thinking thereby to propitiate their foe, ever it may be termed, on the part of the ti. ippe will be a prefect in Paris under the authority will ny boy-her boy, sir. He is twen.tytwo grated i to the American Colonies any other
and keep his claws off their wives and chil ger, and, amongst other hypotheses, suggests, of a Mr. President Polk, and a Sir of age, six feet two inches high. year ago. This John Lawrence is bulled ,
dren. They themselves, when compelled to that the animal may be partial to the hogooof Robert Peel will be happy to become the col. You ra: him ." the three brothers, who, during I the press

oppose the tiger, or when led against him by the Javans, who annoint their yellow carcasses lector of the port of London or Liverprol, un. Somcwtat and yet surprised at this troubles in England went to : i neither ':&: '
their European allies, show vast coolness and with cocoa.nut oil. Javans themselves der the like authority. The capacity, the Mr.Miller inquired the maiden name to: Boston, and soon after, production .

courage, the more remarkable, as in ordinary explain it differently, and maintain that the,I versatility, the growing power of the American rectal ladjf S tract of land in Queens county, an early '

circumstances of danger, they are by no means souls of Europeans pass, after death, into the republic, for e\"erything-for war, commerce Stanle said the lieutenant, Elizabeth now known as Flushing. This D well a i
a brave people. Raffles quotes several anecdotes bodies of tigers-a bitter satire upon those navigation, agriculture, art, manufactures Stanley." rence has numerous descendants, be pro. I f ii
of their fearlessness before beasts, and whose mission it was to civilize and improve, -seem to beget a general astonishmentand After time interrogatories, Mr. Miller proceeded right heirs are, is not yet settled. great part '
Dr. Selberg furnishes one of a similar kind. and who, hut too often, have pre!erred to persecute an undisgui able dread in all those connect. bebnd the scenes, to satisfy himselfas stand there will b little if any would suit 1 1
u A Java criminal was condemned by the and deprave. Such a superstition dem. ed with the present governments in France to the truh of the representation, when he proving the relationship of many -all

sultan to fight a large royal tiger, whose ferocity onsf rates more than whole volumes of history, and England. A new arrangement and mod. found it at nce verified by the actress, who Mew York and Long Island, to of the 5
was raised to the highest pitch by wan after what manner the first acquaintance was ification, of I he powers of Europe seem to be had by thisime:; recovered from her l faint. John Lawrence referred to. Of after a 5 ; }

of food, and artificial irritation. The only made between this artless, peaceful people, on the eve development. In fact, the United And now for the sequel. The parties had news ha caused a flare up rival of .j
weapon allowed to the*human combatant was and their European conquerors. States, as a nation, is rapidly entering into a I.eetio" md; such a meeting our fair readers rence family. '
a kreeso with the Mint broken off. Aftewrapping i the European system, and is actually disturbing may firm some idea. After loving embraces _ : the usual

a cloth round his leFt fist and arm, Got me there.-An examining committee : their old visions of the balance of power. andburried explanations, duringwhich Deci of the evangelical a also ex. J
the man entered the area with an air of un. about to test the capacities of an individual for 44 Such are the natural effects of bringing the lieuteitnt seemed to have lived over again now in session in while

daunted calmness, and fixed a menacing gaze school] teaching, put the following questions : the two continents within a brief contact, by his first tree years of marriage, the followingstatemrD ter a spirited debate, have adopted this .
Upon I the brute. The tiger sprung furiously At what period did France produce her :the establishment of steam ; but in a few months / vas elucidated, which was highly ing declaration : I it put up in
upon his intended victim, who with extraordi. greatest general there will be a steam communication three satisfactory to.Mr. Miller and the other parties That while the Evangelical :
nary iboldneas and rapidity thrust his left fist ** At what period 1" pausing and scratch. times a week, and then What then 1 what who bad the fortune to b present at the mits into its bosom such persons saled.:1:1 I -

into the gaping jaws, at the same moment, ;ing, his beadat what-ah you've got me then r ICt"r:- respectable members of Eva g: ca I i
with his
keen, though pointless dagger, rippedUp one _.
there when
t I They bad married young m uu ianu, we are never me less pcisuaucu iu<* Ine.
the breast to the very heart. In less than Well, was it before or after Christ ?" Anecdote of Gen. Taylor.-We heard a he, at the time, a private soldier, she a rising object of the association, the with
minute the tiger lay dead at his conquerer's ** Be-fore or -ter Christ 1 Before or gentleman, fresh from the theatre of war, relate member of a theatrical company in the town l larger Christian union, may be tely offer- ;

feet. The criminal was not only forgiven, ..fter-Well, old hosses, you've got me again, l an anecdote of Gen. Taylor. One of tie of -. The fruit of their union was a fine frank expression of our sentiments b for. ,! j
but ennobled by his sovereign." Illinois regiments was thrown into rather close !
certain !f" boy. The regiments ordered abroad, and j ject ofslnery. WeTherefore jt
A tiger having attacked and torn a Javan who examined proximity with a Mexican battery, and ihe : It is :>
The Yankee was by a com. i in vain the young soldier applied to have along unalterable, opposition to this ,'
woman, a hunt was ordered, and Dr. felbergas mittee honest Dutch burghers in Lancaster, balls were flying tolerably thick and rather with him his loving wile. The stipulated and we the duty of I in oil '
invited to share in it. He got on horse Pa., was rather more patient in his replies. close-so close at least,as to induce the b'loys number of women to go with the regiment I all wise and Christian means to known '

back:before daybreak,but the sun wu up and Upon being questioned as to his knowledgeof t o dodge occasionally. Old Rowgh was sit. had been made up, and, as a favor, their child extirpation and removal from the am ;
hot when he reached the place of rendezvous, the classics, he avowed himself quite familiar ting astride of his old grey, and being in a -then three years of age, was permitted to the one object of the Alliance shall with the 2
where he found a strong muster of Europeansand with the dead languages, and in proof gave position to see the dodging, cried out, *' gen. accompany his father. They parted, and du. kept in view,which is the
: avsn. In front of us was a small the following quotation from "Josephus' Life tlemen, no" dodging-it ill becomes a soldierto ring the lapse of nineteen years, had not seen tian union and brotherly love." ourclimate }!!
*ood, choaked and tangled with bushes ; this of Governor Hancock :" I dodge. Old Rough's grey horse presented or heard of each other. The one believing season a : f
was the tiger's lair. At about twenty paces "Sic transent gloria Monday morning- a fair mark, and as the enemy had learned the other dead, need we wonder at the re. The Washington city papers I ng5tbo I!

fromthe; tree, we Europeans posted ourselves, Hancockibus quod erat demonstradum." his" whereabouts because of his old charger, markable nature of their first encounter marriage: of Wm. C. Jones, Es. thre and a .
with our rifles, twelve paces from each other, He had forty scholars the next day. very brisk fire was opened upon the grey He had risen in the army by steadiness and Eliza Preston Carrington one hill t
and in the form of a emicircle. Behind us horse. It is said the balls pawed around old good conduct to the rank of a lieutenant, and ter: of the Hon. Thomas H. Benton : occupy

was a close chain of several hundred Javans, An Interesting Remin cenc .-The Montreal Rough promiscuously, and the thing was he. consoled bj the company of his boy, had not ri. Mr. Jones is well known same rule 9 9I T
armed with long lance ,kreeses, and short Courier, in mentioning the fact that'the comuingquite too hot even for him.; At last a married. She, about eight years after the de. from bis connection with the where

words. If the tiger broke through our ranks 46th regiment: of riflemen were about being ball passed so near the old man's cheek as to parture of the vessel with the regiment, had He is a vigorous writer, clear be slightly
they,were to killbim after their fashion. The cause him to throw his head in an opposite direction had that the
husband clever
removed from that city to Halifax, gives the been positively informed that her withal a very gentleman.
ni.tives.-4hose at least*who have not served with a celerity not at all characteristicof around the
as following reminiscence : killed in battle" and she was married a. distinguished for mental I
soldiers-being unskilled in the use of fire. "There is an interesting fact connected Rough's plodding habits ; it was thought gain.Len The second husband died about eigh.een s luperior manners. God bless out bloom.
arms, are not trusted With them,for fear of ac. the old fellow was dodging-the movement of ends I always in
with this corps which is probably new to t months ago ; and thus our strange N. O. Picayune.-
cidents. From the opposite side of the wooda some of our readers. There has been for his head was noticed by some of the Illinoians, his corn, I

crowd of musicians (now advanced, beating upwards of a century a Free Mason Lodge in and a hearty laugh broke out from the b'hoyi. eveDtful.tor.no, are in error, the tale is not yet Slavery in Delaware.-The bill two seed
drums triangles, and gongs, making an infer. Old Rough straightened himself up in bis slit Bu last House between I
the 46th. In this lodge, George Washington t told. On Wednesday morning accompanied led the Representatives t
ml din, intended to scare the tiger from his was made a mason, during the time the regi. rape and laid, ""dodge the balls, gentlemet, by a respectable body of friends, th ware 'Lgislatur providing for distance. I
lurking place, and drite him toward. us. We ment was stationed in the colonies before the but no running. -Miss Ad. happy pair both being of the Catholic persua. abltion ofaayer in that State, attending

were all 1 on the alert, guns cocked, eyes riveted outbreak of the revolutionary war. The re Enjoyment Life.-Two wealthy citizen sion, appeared before the Rev. 1r. Gordon, the Senate. the collec

to the wood. Tbe nstruments came near. gister of this lodge contains uhington'. kig. of Boston, now considerably advanced in life, who, after hearing the particulars, again for. to reconsider the vote of allow the #
er lid nearer, and I :expected each momentto I nature in his own hand writing, and still PO"Bellel were lately conversing in regard to the period really re-united two whom fortune and the vote was years 4, nays, 4, and one cultivation, t
see the monster spring forth. There were the Bible on which the great man took when had best enjoyed themselves. 1 chance of,war had put asunder.Asthma.There sent. The Speaker voted with the | on
no signs of him,' however, and presently the the oath of initiation. The chest containing the! **says the D.elaware production.
will tell one : most Snat
heaters stood before us. Heartily disappoint the books you says en. the late vote .
and regalia of the lodge was is no-complaint more bar. f| ,
cap- life after I was I fuse to .
soon twenty-one,
ed at this fruitless chase and unexpected result, tured the Americans joyed The Newark seah' the fate of the
by the and than
during war, rassing Aathma
I worked for ){ .-, laying stone at t".en.ty.five IUPp of the Cro-
was to join t.h&hunterstationed, on my r taken to Washington ; but when was disco. Advertiser, a reliable paper, leas"Bowing I
l left,:when lie one on ;my other hand called aJtvtn rered what it contained, it was immediately a cents" per day.the other "that does to cure .this distressing pleg.wit th fo.lowing only-
replied notI a tre
and bade him{thrust his lance into a L sent back. It underwent a similar fate some i simple remedy : Take 11- is a science by itself I
bcat l on my right front between. our line andthe I years after,being taken by the French at St. I ,differ much I'hired with my' experience seveddollars: when I was pit Ut, 1 .0%. cream-tartar, 1 o sennaJoz.. closely attended to by those who | the cart loads j
out at
little 'x>od. Impossible, thought I, that I Lucia. It was then carried to Paris and its twenty, ptrmoDth" ; anni-seed, pulverize, and thoroughly mix the turning and twisting themselves, -pave.
the.least should be here and I turned examined have never enjoyed mjseu ueucr BIUWC. take in two sunshine of Bow around.
; contents being was immediately The of these two I individuals teach. same, one tea spoonful bt flbon v
experience out
speak to ray friend. I had uttered but a wordwhn I returned to the regiment by the French -au. one's does table spoonfuls molasses on going ,or I Iat low to a mo red
a rosUe and rush made me look round. thorities. We believe a detail of these facts, es;-1st onus happiness! not depend ,such tie through the day as may best suit i hundred: thousand, courteously to mu.
the the station he
mount gains the
Tb on or 1 of wa
? Jinn stood before the' buah, clutching a with the dates and full particulars, is to be 2d, that small. the patient ; th dose once a day may b in. i sand, coldly to five thousand, and have been
: occupies : beginnings,
i. brute lignr. by 0 throat with both hands. The, found in the Free Maton't Magazine of a few with industry and prudence, may' secure, creased or dimnise a little, as may sui poverty by sight idea
wu already pierbed with ballets, lances, back." S the state of of the individual. :
*ad:daaen; a broad stream of blood flowed years __ wealth. te The Court House I Dooly ( )) on the J

ever the free of the i Javan, who continued I The amount of money received by the NewYork I Caution to :"Bucks."-When'you see ;a ,If.a.'w i ,mtkhow many' with all the records the darkly im- i

J to grup his enemy, until we released I Irish relief committee to 'this, data, is young la looking at you, do; not decide that youag ladies u'p make a 'league 1\1\ andOrdinary. Courts, together j

'tWs1.us! carcase from his hands. His I* $144,000, and they bare despatched. fire the has fallen in 1000'with you. 'Perhaps Cleveland Pl l. ct. from dfennt w' r &oap.
1 was wt so .rica.. we had at first I ships, "co barks'and six brigs with tn& proto discovers a rum blossom the end,of hew think .ul a "league". with On night 0 oil. p
f"daI3tofth.I scalp I was torn off, and I ceeds Ireland. nope, and thinks you ought Jo sign the pledge J .-Buffalo sion is that it was the work of an .




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*1 4--, I ,JVv.the DovtHfn {.SrtlandJ Aorion,April 17. on the plains conquered from them again by whether any were killed. 'Most of. lejnule. !THE The Sentinel Th published very long.article i that President inilitazruien CI to b mae b wwI b.

i LOSS OF TWO MILLIONS OF THE IRISH PEO. the ran.wo violence, a Tie will as teem have jut rture and'repoittt the FLORID to these resolutions object of which is, to plan of; thai Gen. TSJ1 instead ef strt _

l-fNvf. plE BY FAMINE. .ul b ris calling on for \|p. entire train w t bsjeft he rc -- how red that the causes assigned for the Mexican war, Bet Vita with 'ooo, a
who slew them"nther from the here.j sufficient on Santa Anna with v
TIIK tJLST RESOURCE. geance o Qureraser the Columbia meeting, are not proper or b ;
i land. And children in I. The following from the Extra 1 Commercial : remarked, Gn. instead of*n intrenched U
heard it St army
flij often
own grow up We have a
r. wi 1847. ausesofwar. C
: : It is calculated Sp4ctalor by the declares English that minislry this as trde nation, to pray to Lord tat Times of the Ae date : J Saturday Th- June 5, hat when one begins to take a downward tendency, Mexico, wod; the probably two General have found would the hae r os .

'v> the English year's D rest, no prosperity, maybe TiE NAVY-CAPTURE OF TALA d.Capt. 5 bales bare been received h will not long before his descent becomes very met sooner at the city of Merico,and fO tifla.
kfll millions of the Irsh pace b
1 : femine will two peo.ple. till to Cut AaU.-n11 selves attended a diplomatic
suffering But by ,
England justice with the a
Governor of it has been I
Go' Mayo, Alvarap, week, which told rapid. Thus Sntinel.
.>l. Two millions Do men realize to them. Ireland and manifest to al at this market during the put a Constituted, both in a geographical and in DtOU
>:-J k ::...-' selves the tragic fact ? Do they know what prevail b mde on an expedition on Thursday the ptl insl., 91. No Sea Island received O told. We hare date short time ago, we had occasion to notice a comparatively sense, and prepared to take advantage o all pit t

1 n. their minds men.One against a town of considerable i inpottance, from York of the ,which state that the mild article, which was the first of the kin smooth the way to lasting and solid eqt.
: il means I Does it picture to_ one more effort then, for dear Ireland, Ne St ul. p.-
called (we believe) had observed, so prudent had that journal
Tau accompanied ale Cotton for the week bare been unusuallymalL we ( ben .
.1 Ireland when *
J man out ol every lour living in while this still be saved o 4 The trill glad Itarn that
; the
now generation may said bwnear- but it has since trtr b
place and in to the war
'J: by eighty men. withdrawn editorials,) opposition ; I
"t for having
:: the English Parliamcnl met to legislate Let us meet together-all and classes of Shipper atogete hat determined not to */<,/."_
S. W. direction from chaste
hundred in
rnk ly one a until it has now adopted .et
: the only are to bolder and bolder T
V sis dead doomed to death T- and mie. no operation by peculators .ale grown
our safety or Irishmen in and characteristic i
: .1I 1" some Cncl Alvarado. He boats with him I I sustain it, whig expression the
only. and to
of the bm
.* One of four! Of hundred, gun ephmers. The decline since the news is a I a Ibut he Mexican side question l
out ovary every take for all for Florida and it
-.l#1 :If-' fourth of all Ibis Irish meaure.once ou remp. On arriving at the place, be was receive in holders do not sales they anticipate better proceeds very coolly to show that our country had no Snt"tl rarely evince* a gs .I
entire press
fire be a
twenty an tion too net flung in
; ( ; we, may ct all kindness attention shown fcn mind to to b envied by BO
: hun. I every being of the 19th. cause for war. m
of the steamer T'd
t prices by
in the and
r. race dying unspeakable pangs finless amid the bitter scorn con. of the United States
graves mocracy that
: thai could be extended in order render h'a
to Sentinel
know it.- The Columbia resolutions, says assigned expt tk
,:1'; & ger. No1'e believe they do not tcmptuous laughter of all mankind. ients of their favor will re
: visit agreeable, and were made H. Lewi, for the 1st. "Mexican reei.e
?- A feeJi *orthe enormous calamity. floats arrgtment 1. We so it stated that Hon. Dixon three causes war,: spo enTmoe a

'i ft in vague me'n' mind* but a full sense of that dewla. From the Ma ton June 1 for the surrender town. We understand Settlor from Alabama, a..d Hun. DavId L Yulee, Iaton upon our commerce f 2d. Mexican scorn of malicious shafts impelled by and fc.

lion and all its-cousequenccs: no man seems to Tetgap that Captain Mayo declined leaving any Sector from Florida, are appointed Visitors, from our I diplomacy;" and, 3d, the violation of our territorial fete federalism. It has ever been the h tad

;,.: t.j .>'. .._. Iprt fm fore iKoro) KnwAYPr. Ms it WOllld have weak. West Point Academy,this rights-neither of which, thinks i that paper, they still look for the nme injustice. Bat they ban
.j .. -.1i.d Gen. me fhtr respective State., to I __ _. ____ _____. .____ ..... _
;\:l -,: Two millions If all the human beings n't a Puel-AdMe oj Mexico Army ened those under his command too much. On yet ; and that Col. Miles, late of tbe gauani army furnishes sufficient cause for it. v ny.CC
.\. living in Scotland, men, women and children, -Ieea Train Pr. o his return, and whilst in his boats desendingtho of Taylor, and Governor of Monterey, has been as to the first, Mexico acknowledged our claims, b e fa a* the Presidency i CODc.} II I
I. a ;
Capture for
the if could
both office, none had
river which U for
: had died of sumo sudden plague and left that o represented as being by the Secretary of War to b one of the and paid up about a fast a her feeble means and b th man. It t
)1 .. The arrived at New Orleans and shallow be fired from a requested is no more than reasonable that this
kingdom! one* wild wilderness, "il.h. steamship Palmeto narrow & upon frequent revolutions would alow." As to the causes should b q.perte .
c populous life at a very early} hour, on the morning of dens chapparal, and one officer and- five of blrd alo. in it is certainly, no departure (
of human f an
out the face of man, tho loss here given for want* greater promptness pay t
i I would only equal what has fallen on us. 1 Ifi the 27th ult. from Vera Cruz, bringing dates his seamen wounded. The following is a list .The Mexican War and the Whig** ing what he had agreed to pay, which is the Senti- strictest rules of propriety' extend it. Uth

, \ other branch I from thai city to the 22d, and from Jalapa to of their names: this the Sentinel makes feeble ef of Mexico, had pie** choice is personally obnoxious to p
_.. death had swept over some n Ain : Under caption a nel' justification our country nothing e
; the 21st ult.Ve are indebted to our aUen. J. G. Pringle Passed Midshipman, badly! they should not forget that he Il
ofth-s British *Empire-over Wales or over fat to reply to our article of last week convicting it, to do with them. II, by her constant madness i the rxoruV

I rI )S.1 .. Canada-Canada, so strong that men watch tivo correspndents the Commercial Time wounded ; Seamen J. B. Totters and henry ii common with whig politicians generally, of in. and folly, she disabled herself to award justice to choice, and respect for their voice should b tuffi. i IC

, ., ,} .' to see her spring into the attitude of a new and ,containing very full de. i' 'V righ.do. do. ; John EI&wounded in two con'istency on the subject of the Mexican war. 1 I our injured nation, thai was no fault of our govern cicnt to induce them to abstain from any expression
: tails of tho but have time to James William Grant
give De
news, only II calculated
! places blower the
!. 1i' western Empire, another self-manumitted ; stilt persist in denying the change and inconsistency. ment. Such an excuse will not justify a nation for exalted dignity of the Presidential -

f ,II ,:4:4 ;. slave of England-tho loss of life; would but the following brief extracts. severely wounded.Comnvxloro We need not argue any further to prove oar delaying proper and prompt reparation for her"spoliations ofre. It needs DO'geat knowledge ef tike tf tr
r Tho Delta's correspondent, Mustang, write has in a southerly
! -: ., .t. .' amount to half! ,what we sustain. Tho Swiss from Jalona. under date ofthe 21st ult., WeWorth's direction. Per gone charge. Only this weTi say-if the Sentinel be. upon our commerc." To imprison our cit- i human character to foree inevitable consequences

,' h'axrn ', Hanover, Tuscanyvureece one ,,1/xitrnv their nrnntrf and then delay of a opposite course ; and to a hnref'
} las fWiAir. tClM ft q uens and r. pay- very c
;. command at Puebla. On the FOlI Itir ,A O. PiVawtciw.Afiu VS. '! .. .-. -rn .. -- : I tnt.
.1.. : of all these Sovereign States might be de pop. .. ap. w Ihr cast and present unfortunate spirit of t
the par
01 our mo war was unjutlon our part, having been begun cause for war, if, a nation, but feeble ty IH this
ulated tothe last man, and still fewer ot (SODS' proacn army 10 en/ .JvuiaL uauia Later from Gen. Scott's Aimy. forth having con.r I attnwraoia to a anton ana
& tho Anna, who was there at the time supplying by us without sufficient cause and unconstitutionally, means, will give'as an excuse that those meanshave uncalled for violation of this rule. It i is
: be lost than hare
r \ creatures we flung his troops with some necessaries, sent out a By tho arrival of the schooner Elcajor Stc then its aice vrw in the highest degree improper, been still further lessened by the broils to give direction to the public mind. fo pre I'I
1 this partizan In .
with in single this
.1. apathy
i .; grave, detachment to Gen. Worth until he vens, Capt. lan, from Vora Cruz, whence and opposed to every sentiment of humanity and I to and it hs respect
of her citizens.
:\ f fearful engage re'olutiol But, this u not the atlo unlimited
: The plagues which make epochs I power; but when itseeki
I : year. she sailed 15th inst. hare letters I'C
could his but the on we every precept of Christian civilization. What-!
supplies, encounterwas only weak of the Sentinel's to quicken 1t
point is opposition
ftf race-rbe procure by
the human
: in tho history of wars I pandering to tie
tt. argment.
from to the 14th instant three
; :V. which men regarded J as visible scourges of soon over, and Santa Anna and his army Jalapa day strike at the very heart of a ntighbrnl republic not a fact, a it alleges, that acknowledged worst of passions, it degrades itself, and is

f i".. :!" Coo-the revnlutions that shook to pieces lor'O : compelled to fly. In tho skirmish there were later than our previous advices. with the terrible weapons of war, rouse up intoa our claims. On the contrary, after terminating the nothing but the reprehension and frowns o wobyo I'I
four Mexicans'killf d loss Ho ha The movement of Santa Anna upcn Fuebla mighty flame the martial zeal of our al&O
: ever some ancient atxl I formidable tyranny ; our none. countrymen convention by which some of our claims were agreed citizens. I then becomes impotent for good-
> is mentioned in ) letter beJow.- pov- rj
retreated towards the of Mexico. lr.Kendal's; and call forth their utmo to make this
:, none of them nIl swept over a tingle land city energies to be paid she refused to re-open negotiations for erful only for evil. j

J*... with such desolation as English rule Las Lro'tJ,1 One repor says ho is at Santa Maria, a Hopes are enleraineJ Worth maybe blow the more certainly! effective, to accomplish the the purpose of enquiring into the validity of numerous It would answer no to reply i in

:, *:' upon us, in_this fearful ,season. town ?out 25 miles! from Puebla,_but it i is .so.fortunate. asto encounter. bin. Tho thorough beaing of the enemy-shall all this bedOh nth-r,. wbich were .yet-- und-- .-',-id" Ar" guage_.___ _;_ I=. ueacnea u_____ .tu_go me Tcrjr porp ouenaire. J

generally conceded mat his main force, upwards probable motives 01 aama Anna aa cuujn without cause, yea, even in an unjust cause ? claims from the 'lottiO
Anti the lever the track oft be are not in this
19 coming in thee yet acknowledge"by Mexico. whig organ city at the head of this
tured Mr. K. Gen. Worth left Perote for
', famine- tho fn'cr i which strikes dead the rich, of 12,000 men, have gone to Rio Frio, by We could not for a moment nuspect such a thing; As to this point then, the resolutions of the Columbia article. This would most likely draw forth a Ir
10th his eneralQuitman's
Puebla with
the (
:1.flr.'." not the poor. It kills, says Dr. Corrigan, i in where ho is preparing for another engage. on division He own and to I and had we suspected if, our charity would at once meeting stands firm and unanswered. tition, or something still more disgraceful. r Tbe If
ment. The latter place is said to be naturally was expected enter have stifled the believe that
: terrible kills a suspicion, and led us to In
Its' language significance-it one Puebla on Sunday, the 16th. It is regard to Meico's treatment of our diplomacy, country knows full well that the present Executive t
cf of the for out often of strong point, and can be made to offer I supps. our neighbor's opinion was the result of a
out two wealthy, one ed the authorities of the town will present any body at all conversant with international law of tbe United States bu been pursued byfoderdpl.
the This is and which strong resistance, but if Cerro Gordo could change ot mind and thus have saved us from the knows 5a
: [tOor. scnurpo coming well, that, under the then rela. iticians with unrelenting
meet him and escort him in. very existing perseverance. It is wen
., not resist the of Gen. what
1 '4 of us all can promise himself immunity for a brigade Twiggs, All will bo glad to learn that Gen. Shields mortifying conclusion! that there was even one main tions of the two countries, the rejection of Mr. Sli- known that they have edevor to thwart and em c

.:! I :: month ? Who can be assured that he will not can position avail the Mexican chieftain I our country who harbored such sentiment u would have barrass his I
justified our in in various
is mending, though slowly, and that Gen. P. F. del government making ways,and bait
The train looked for the few days has would bim-to
induce advise invasion when there
be the victim of ITo past wa
next England war But, the Sentinel to weaken it in the .
upon .she sought
Smith has for Merca. says confidence I
:::.: ;:' the proud merchant and tho upright trader arrived, together with Capts. Walker and Ruff: duty. no just cause for it. Yet,when the war commenced, bargained for his pople' by (
with The last number of the Star informs us that a special aent-Mr. Polk sent her a misrepresenting act, attributing mori;*.
commands. Tho *
here will a
there is terrible army the Sentinel said it should be !
It truly something more prosecuted vigorous; Minister Plenipotentiary. In other and intentions to him of the "
i. rumors were rife on the 12th inst. that the words, Mexico I basast character. These
four the Perote
than death itself tho loss credit. Is not move mie on tomorrowevening and that our armies should to the Capital ;
-I roa penetrate talked only about Texas Mr. Polk wished notorious,and it "
troops at Orizaba bad pronounced against Santa to settle thing would time misspent
this too T The ineritablprogress on Sunday up its line of if while now it i is b
com or coming necessary strenuously contending
I ?
r;. : march. No stop will bo made at Peroto. ] Anna and made him prisoner. The Star dtfficultiet. Was he not right? Shall the citizen's .ma the aaul.. of the opposition.The .-
; of scarcity and confusion from the< that the war was without adequate cause, improper
I is and Mr. K.'s ofthe 14th wrong remain unredressed and unnoticed hath well said-" Be thou a
Ihould halt incredulous, letter ,while poet chaste u ice,
we not at Puebla, to hear tho I
low the its
to higb, has followed andunjust. But still it contends has not changed
1 appinte: suit of some more propositions of from does not confirm the news.flFn.fn7 i the whole talk of the government shall b about a pure a snow, thou shall not escape c
: and i peace its c1.
course, aggravated by ignorant opinion 1 to thecause and justice of the war.Vorv ? This is what Mexico e
f. and
: J threatens to wrap- us in a common ruin. Poor the American government,_you may soon expect CorrtP0de rtfthf_ Pi.xz u vune. ura11tli it *>1via
' .I r: Laws, Beltinckcluses and Gregory caue. to receive my" letters dated at tne capital J.U.APA, May14, 1817. This is the dilemma it has deliberately brought itself mere- -- -----P of etiquette.w Etiquette.t' u.indeed.. I Mnth a is said about the cot ofthe democrat*

! F:< the naturl aJam English of the Republic. It is now confidently asserted that Santa Anna in. Ah neighbor you are in a bad way. i I We venture mater to assert that, when towards this gallant officer, we have seen

',' .', spring tido of emigration drawing an enormous I.L.t., 11 j o'clock, A. M., > has moved from Orizaba, and n the direction your bed is an uneasy one, blame nobody but your forgets the of its citizens, and our government yet which charges them with such gross ab Dtl no

: ;. capital and labor from our shores the May 21,1847. j of Puebla and the city ofleiico.- self. We wish you could get out of it, but cannotsee silent to the rih. ,committed consents to be him a i to b found in whig An Ohio. a

thousand confusions that Hill like curses on Eds. Delta: The "diligence"is about leave The de las a outrages upon them,while whig Zenia Torch nesp
. ,, ;j aI I aminitrad diligenciw.gener.al how this may be. For ourselves, between the I its whole time paper ( Lgbt, of him '

I'i, ..i; State without a Government, come to make I ing ; I write to give you the latest up to de stage agent suppose he might be cUed in charge of inconsistency and that of harboring sentiments boundary, it .hal then b consumed upon a question of a a candidate for the Presidency, after charging v*

i '! ? this ruin complete and signal. parture. The Mexicans have a report here, the vernacular-left yesterday for be capita I which instigate to the shedding of blood i in longer wi from b unworthy to demand any r unworthy motives to those who brought bis name' IIn
allegiance them. Oh
I .., f. Two millions of our workers dead-fevc which is credited by the Americans gnerIlt I on business for the line, but this rrorning he the invasion, not necessary for any citizen's or sol- but i merely out,says-

,;' 't coming like an avenging angel among the thai Herera is elected President returned with more speed than he vent. He dier'd safety, of a neighboring nation,in the prosecution yielding remembrance a point of etiquette to bury for a time a .Within a twelve month he was otter e;

t1' slothful rich.- commercial panic and ruin begun and that he is disposed to treat for peace. The reports having met at Cerro de leon, near of tear, we would rather writhe uri of these outrages against the citizen ? ger to them and he is only kOI to a them now ar a*
4 unjust .We think
-priests and physicians wanting the necessaries diligence from Publa is looked for momentarily Perote, with a force of seventy arned Meiijantt der conviction a for the former. We differently, and should be sorry to believe the successful leader in a mot unholy and infuBoo
: a hope our neighbor that the invasion i of the
:' of life in the midst of quadrupled labor which give be.correct position of whoA a ntfl flirt MAfclt Jill .IIITA.. Sentinel does not really aeree with ns. Let territory.of a weak and sickly sister
.wi .u -[[ arnLf-- --- ----- --- will have this kIX
preference too, before be any it drop task of republic i ney know mm ro t>e a mot
.. -our landed gentry beggared by public anairs m cpia. n it should arrive m I From; rugglers he learned that Seta Anna further in his perplexity. goes it tb offering excuses (or Mexico and breaker, throat-cutter, and aroit.k

works over which they control-our ru time to the line towards Vera with a largo force, had passed towards certainly will agree with ns. Here again, the Thus it is this noble General gi
a Cn i Q As to argument, there is none of it in the Sentinet' Columbia meeting was right, the Sentinel u spoken of by a
.I i -- tb about to robbed of their wi send an expres to overhaul it. reaftniaho Puebla; that tbG roads were filled with rob, wrong. whig. Has anything been said or
15 aL mim CUMSJ unio last iAiu- wurf i article which can claim notice. There arenmevei As to our'"territorial rights," also,tbe Columbia 1 o

f: coming! and i inevitable, if we do not stop and desires uo to prevent our ptadj uh ; e&t it&n ctr ,.__ K.. ! taking
. S.I forbid it d de d'digeneias returned our course, auO WhiCh, therefore, demand : and boner him. Put. at the same tin, they
this regret
t. ancient Island, robbed of Capital of the b wittt effec exposure having rejriea lo n Koliatt,our did but IuPsaUCo
Republic which
I ." its gentry, its; :clergy, its professional and mer. the inevitable result if,the Mexicans he says will b ting the objects of his mission. We have not,as the Sentinel charge I covered up : its duty in taking possession of the government disputed territory that hi, name should now b placed in a position btPI

classes its do Last night an intelligent Spaniad: and slurred over the opposition of Mr. Calhoun" and, which brings such wicked abase upon
r I j cn.ie. industrious farmers and ekil. come terms. Shall 'nformecmo to ; notwithstanding the would hm&c
t we b delayed by sooth that ho had the war, while at the Sntine cl as this will show those PIsa'
I shall! present to the eye of tbe ing promises and seen two letters Iron Orizaba, same time we" weekly denounced this proposition very we no politicians who urge his name

: 1 i:,: : stranger one wide gang of paupers and pay. we march on, conquering friandly professions to or Ihal! one dated the IGth and the other tio 7th inst. the whig paity a a band: of perfidious trai. one who understands:the rights of nations will dispute forward, the error of their *tep.A .

; ;. clerks, slaves and slave drivers.Oh hope the conquer On the frt day the letter the first tors to their country." S fa from it, we openly its correctness. there had been
will be .tte tlt a hope of Profitable New
'r : Onward and ., __ __ J .TtTe Orleans
'or not brigade division and Il
Gou of or of tn nn'. ., u
1 ,. Justice_and )Mercy to whom wait until \ \. ham nf*.""rl ,.k. o...;*.! Am's army fearlcsl obied4-- 1fr. ("' 'U .u .. on mug \ uta i-r oegouaiion, men me march (one among the best papers on our exchange listof
:u vur tamers were faithful in peril necu. proper state oV defence'-,-and-,then.. ""Iuaa aU a. started en route for( ruebla, and on.he 7th tho to the war, and this also \\chave done a to the to the Rio Grande would have been impolitic (thougheven the 7lh fid

t ; lion, must 'endure this us defi other division marched in the samdirection. course of the whigs. have used in that uf.IY heab
\e 1 Out of the depthwe ance. Delays are dangerous," and His I we stronger Ian case General Taylor advised the movement I The profit made by the Cotton planters tie
have cried to TLce, oh, Lord ; Lord hea cause us loso gallant may entire force was put down at2500, the guage with reference to the whigs this has been induced I ,) but instead of this Mexico had Bagging and Rope which the o I last :
t : \"a
: our voice : l lit Thy ears bo attentive to thtoicc diers. Herera, many no doubt, "fcer and eoi! most of them indifferently armed anj under lit. by the wild and unscrupulous character ot our Minister, when the order for absolutely that movement crop of Coton. amounted to u aru one millionof aded

', of our implications." sed ; but can he control i factious favorably 7 dispo tie or no discipline.If (their opposition ; but we emphatically deny that we was given. The truth is, the Sentinel's position belief,Ti i enormous profit, which almost exceeds -

.;1 When GOD led his people out of the land or in possession of the City of Mexico wo Once tal and Santa Anna has moved towaris the capi. have ever spoke of the whigs a perfidious traitors would have denied our right to march into any gross sales of the easily calculated and Rope, by estimating en each bale tie, ho'Dt
can there "
; bondage through such terrible vengeance, treat on what terms we certainly is good .Jroson to be. or used any other language of (hem than such portion of Texas, for, if the claim of Mexico could when sold by weight With the Cotton, and deducting

I L. : their sufferings Had no equalled ours. When The army is under marching please. for I lieve that he has, hu intentions ae doubtless a wan decorous and proper. Let the Sentinel show make it .disputed territory," then all Texas was aa therefrom the frt ccst per yard and per pound. ter
;e: tho Romans rneditated their orer to. to control the election for Presient which the contrary from our editorial columns, if it much :
I abandoning no. morrow can disputed the
,'k evening at 3 o'clock. Twiggi'column takes teritory" as was strip of land 6 yards, of Barring on each bale, Belqu
.. : : Lie city after its sack tho place tomorrow.Mr. Aa to our treatment of the between averaging
by will respective views of Mr the Nueces and the
G.ulawhen"J' move at that hour Rio Grande.for Mexico Illbs weight
. the brave if no unfore. Downio, sutler of the _per_,.yd.___wi weigh_ _9J lb. __ .
Dutch 3d Calhoun
; nation were prepared to go seen circumstances intervene. Ponsylvania and the whigs, we have not been guilty ot claimed all alik.But .hi,"'" 1n =
4!: into their ships and sail from their ther Nothing fur. Regiment, arrived here yesterday It and 6 pounds of : ;: 1f c
'' away country fr..m Gens. Worth and Quitman may dishonesty unfairness, a the profuse slang of saY tbeSntine: the Nuee I body Rucbbaila'10 ct m(
: forever, rather than endure the desolating that they were resting from tho except or bo recollected that ho had a large tim of me.ney the Sentinel woald have its readers to belie.e. Our thought was western boundary of Texas every till Tex per lb., 60 ct*. atde
fatigues the I
ltIt dominion of a their march in stolen from him at Vera Cruz } Moi- readers will remember that have as annexed."
foreign a
conquprer case Puebla. lean ry we objected to the \.a Again we are compelled to deny The gross ale of the therefore,
tV was not more desperate than ours at this hour i Gen. Shields had a short time since that ho hid pursed both, and that our objections have been (his, not the will be, bale, baling
an attack of Curs o a being fact. We believe per 157 cfs. Ire
t; Cut still lathe last I pleurisy two the rascal to and that >.u.AAA.1/. : _.1.. .iw.: .... .. .. ____ there has ,. :. _.. ., _______ ._ .
to I
extremity, some bravo nibt 810_r but--- il 'r.-"" -'UU.: .r .1 u"_ _n in Corova ---- hi-".. .>. tempere .ui '._._ ....' -r.'; .' ..e..I :."1t\-: never Deen a lime when the boundary of Texas was : ..of-. ." Ovefl!CO,at le Inri th(

T "olce wal a.wu ebormg Ibem to one srg. it, als! his wound. Q Ho IVUa WilVVU recovering of his money. So far tion ; nor have we, in regard either,used any Ian. in dispute, that the nation to which Texas )re 'Wcpri

1:: : nerved with a last desperate hope, was able to leavo for the United elpct to the be )1 go. ; but the worst of it has yet t be told. gao which in the least justifies the harsh and il- ached did not claim to the Rio Grande. was is cer-at- 0 yards Ib,. Rope Bagging, ray,at say 4j at 10. per cts.lb.p r yard, 6 c.

I ; !till triumphant. Ob, if some potent voice I 10th of nest month. abut, alcalde came out with the permission of tho censures of the Sentinel. tan that our Government always asserted this I claim. c. 2 I '.

i"gJe' awoke our people to their condition, the same Capt. Walker is and authorities of Vera Cruz in search Under Mr. Total cost of both bale kn
its Jefferson per
Justifying ,
with under
encamped his recruits of tho robber of his course upon the plea of provocationfiom Mr. Monroe, and under The difference 8 d
is 19 be won. Men would hail i it close to the money, found him and sue- between the gross tales
ues I town. It was u>, the Sentinel concludes Tyler the Rio Grande sy'U COt
generally ceeded the following was declared to the bale, and the
: 4 the -voice .bf one commissioned of Heaven ho Would lirt arrested for tdn <->I,...A !.? .... __.. as._ .is said above, _in recovering the 1123e: .The nlui.1i.. ,"d tJu. ,...__ __.1 western boundary of Ta--_ __.*,__ _Hf. TUVU.,?. b___j i per 70 unb, 1r..,"!.. coet,.say I 87 A__cents__ _per_be,.,i act
to --- --- -- ". IUOBV vi uis treasure DUI --- -.1. n.." auu -. n u' ".. 11 ------ ". "u.. w, .
J a ICte
"g spea uivine trth. Why should not such sued in reference to a guerilla party he came a worse robber hold; just at this moment we in ;el-eCenc have been compelled to fend off. this in 1S42, and Mr. Clay, if we are not pro rata commiioJ freight and other) cxpease. wipc
a one now- in this hour in got of him in the of which
extremity, contact with. shape of C3
\ say But 1 understand his course Santa Anna We ever occupied a defensive position thisfubjict mistaken, asserted it 1344 in his famous gUy leve net profit cents per be :
; for Ireland uhaf Ireland fit_" In GOD'S is The ; poor D. was cast into prison as 1,800,000 bale of at C3 cents profit per ,
wi approved of Alcalde of Fe, all his -the Floridian that of a vindictive and violent Texas herself always asserted it, will give the lOrHE
,; name this has lasted too ; we cannot en. who Sant a spy, money again taken from him, sph. and.the grand total of $1,170,000 clear profit

r z- may and clothing or his were making party iuue to the for certain Union defined this her western
property war boundary.
was to a a Against
your to soldiers the liberty acknowledge himself
lawyers persecute us, or murdered ,
ij .19 spy
your dragoons were found, had to in writing I This unwcrthy purposes, which we mentioned. The all this array of facts,the Sentinel The re
to kill us ; but, by lea\en.. justice, our people share the same fate those who Santa Anna insst upon Sentinel says every body way i which Democrat* defeat ttlIn ice
i shall a committed u an excuse for reple that the \vhigs were bought the Nueces the western the lath
die upon
,jamely of'our law no longer.,7 .- the murder. Servedhim robbing him money ; foe boundr Tea i Congressional District i Virgiais,
. .I,: First take out lives. You drew away our re. right.MUSTANG. but on the other hand, Downio insisted a well arty iie by theconduct of the democrat Tothi ill Texas was annexed." The fet being almost the where there was a the recent election a democratic an.1m

to in putting a protest at the we answere that there was I something rotten reverse of this statement, what becomes of(he I majority of 1224. Fulton,
sources your bottom of his whir has
own feed been
countr; you your ; con. in .,_ ...__..1.' I.A _., .__ __. _. ment .t .J T" f'.1.L are ofi YO:
; ., _. Dnmu .. nn u.!
( AU .. found4
: soldiers plentifully fcaion. thlt .. _: I "O -- returned elected
among us, while the native T.y ., .__ n, 'n _S' sttin. J.J. .AUU; Wa.u u. UUU WliU .u..u.u.. .ncuIg las a over McMullen, ,11
; .4U'AI'A -J .at A" U 1.1UVK. also Did ever hear the Sentinel itself called the patriotism and I nothing t fear from a political whose facts majority of ,
L\'l people 01 ino, janu starve ; you may leave Eds. Delia one of such a rascally part adversary i. The democracy considered themselves
&. u : The diligence has arrived from 7 The in he duty of all good citizens,'by such slight matters. are such these. '
: pensioners oa the alms of a foreign country, Puebla but fare way which Dowuio mw speaks a strong enough to ran two candidates td ffM ma

.;; your enemy and conqueror ; )'0 scoff at our tb3 capital, nothing official had arrived from of Santa Anna is anything but complimentary. Then the Sentinel, after reiterating the truth of its The position of the Colombia meeting,and of all whig, and the result was a follow: Fulton,whif.2084McMullen let

: .::>t. i wants, our Lope, our ancient nation-by previous to its departure. The The long wagon train is now coming into position, narrowing the issue comes out with the democrats, is, that the war was commenced and inab

dC' GOD eterna)justice, this must end now." place asscnger3 that Herera state that had it was current a that the city from Vera Cruz, and has met with no language above quoted. Nowe are willing that I' cus by the .act of Mexico" in her attack -wpn crat, 1230-aggregate demot.2Sn.democratic vole,3308. del

4; For resolute men there is always hope, and I: received been elected President. opposition on the way. There are between the whole matter should be judged by the correctness our soldiers, and after repelling that attack, our Jet
.). a letter from Puebla, of which the three and four hundred or incorrectness of that assertion and c' ageresritc war is justified" .
\ sure deJh'erecf.hva If not to Jay, to following; is wagons and btween ; ,to test it, we by the considerations [ the
.'* an extractVe : eleven and twelve here declare that, far td forth in these resolutions C Or1IC4TJn
'morow certain death. \ hundred pack mules in the so as we remember, until the which tbe Sentinel Respect Lieut. D. A.
entered ClUUnL.
There is in God's a this place on the 15th int. rain-quite a string would Sentinel, in one of its recent articles, charged thedmini.tration improperly were adduced t
t' a resource providence of The natives, you were you says I causes of the On the 31st of May, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
: which England takes account. Ifourcause several of the although quiet, yet havo stabbed o'see: them all together. a with having improperly and uncon- nir. Although we had strong cause of war before, mains of Lieut. D. A. GILLAIRD intern.tben i ETtli

:.;'i be andi ob men, have killed two.Ve The foreigners in the city of brou2ht on this uid Yet. like a io.t and hri.ti.n ,':_" __ __..: were i
,. : just-. !. Ieavcns is it cot just, and were -,A .;.n. & ..-- .I.. CL. Mexico are all Isttutionaly war.--. Wf n"ul-----o ---- -- 0 ., ..1"\Us the Family Borying-ground at the residence
3 t; 4 f. ,-a'. rel wna paiience i A power ngois- oa our ; ; 1500, cavalry-be y lost'J4L114 extremely anxious for the arrival ofGen Scott. bins of the course of that paper, to which the moat orbarace ; but so soon I Mexico begun the war, R. W-Alston by the Micccsukie Cavalier*,with o C FIe
fhab 3 I od
t-- side to which ultimate victory is nererdcnie. 7 The old killed I It is said that a heavy sum has already been astidious person could make the slightest objection,. ( whih had no cause, we retaliated the blow usual military honors, (omitting the firing&., t
codger took
tr. .e 1 ,As sure &a Cod rules this univers. leaving for Mexico, where he is a fit of subscribed for a grand Fourth of July dinner, aid we challenge the Sentinel to show the contrary. wib tenfold vigor, and having,apart from this wicked the grave, at the request ofthe family of the deceased. oe wean

,:..fr 'must right pj-erail in/the end. Israel in E- Penol and Ayotla." fortifying the one individual, a Irishman; having put down I replying to the charge alluded to, which "'1 certainly act of hers, other sore grievances to rere our .) Afterwards the proceeded to t
t v. were weak in his name for no less than $800. The the' stone" cast, between Government rightly determined to ore dir
: igypt and horsemen to war frt the Sentinel the war a
. .: cbariot I havo seen another letter from a mak meeting, CapL T. K. LEOXXJLD ,
. .. the host Plsaraoh, it is not recorded that an fntelli. ha been most disastrous to all tho foreigners, and ourselves, (unless it expects that we should not war of Invasion. This is the true doctrine in regard an O.dely
gent source, to a gentleman in this Sergeant A. BTM acting as Secretary. inpo'
;J: jheirslavery was without an end. The scattejed place, breakin up the business of entirely. notice what we believe to be grossly unfounded chares to this much.au war. A.
.rj.j which says that Santa Anna retreated from many a brief and eloquent address by Capt.L.in po'Ut
colonists! England in America only advantage it ha been to has against a democratic ,)we used no
.. were 'uebla any mini.trtion the
to San Martin; the committee
the Senator Senlon. object casting explained a
4 but a handful in comparison to that tremen. for the .ubelentJylef ben depreciation it ha in the vat.ue language which transcended the limit of propriety distinguished Missourian o W

t dous empire 'but the issue was for (heruth. city of Mexico; also ar t b real estate. Houses cu city of M ex- or decent Before that wa had always has been treating hia friends in St. Louis with a of three was appointed t ptvfare resolutions exi tai
r met the
;: victory on rowlmewher withJ0,000 ment belonging to ibo church aget. ,in which he takes occasion pressive of the feeling at aM corps, consisting r
.m ( Tho ; of only raisedtheir under ic and which have confined ourl. strong,though always decorous I sph to define his c.
iCatholc. : one Generl, whose name I do cold under ,the on various important p Cornet. C. Hancock. JABX* Hart and F. A
Vice against the arms and num collect no r ben hammer, have been ejections to the course of leading quetion. He was L Jet
angr and 4000 under whig Wen Byrd. motion the added to
Minon. ,
j So mote it in by the English dee public dinner on the 7th O Captain was t 'wlIa
,br bt still the right be-the a other merchantsat the Sentinel started in the same COQ it our ulimo. which
prenUe. more the better. No doubt by the far below their fet declined,and offer made w committee. After retiring a few Ihe eO
m ;Ior Providcijco isfightingin the time prc. value. duty to expose its error. We did ; and we do not a return to address the miff mot
we meet their 1 AM ant nreaiiibI!
just, whcthef they shake their tem, for will be aug. her from iMitftf* to UMrt that neither iTicn citizen on a subsequent eveninr. without .) retD UDe 1k.tnJ0i.
tyrants with to Tra arive t morning DOl.in/-&. )>*. au- <>
---- -- and resolutions ,
thenumMP. .1..1u : ._ __. ____ ,which ware unanimously adopted
ai ment --- .. Vel .. 1 L. or parade. Among other
me puiciu wwrux 01 iruin,or loom with IlaU -'- -& .UV'UIUW, UI we ever taken a position having even the things. he spoke fol- 10at
scourge robberies and the
., :the an a being commit. he on with the appearance lows in to mt
i avenging lapp. goes Gen. fa" vindictive violent assailant." rtrnc : aO
The th
awor. dd on the daily, both horsemen army. ai Sen- M.jor.Gnerhip God ia hit i
by pleaded ,
. n.- i And if wa slaves to all the train tied who lei
wer -if wo ootmen. an lh no.ain charges a" being such an "le ha to the first
sufer. This source of information will unat"- or relU tmbie CU incroUbl to take from Li***'
can not able .
, !cd another roar like this to come, and relic b b or three wt de..t'to! produce the in quotations from "iing Mexico; he who wi. oyr m w'er
on. proofs D. A. C
i jotber two millions in slavish ki it MUSTANG. to come. columns. hid refused to him for first ILL*HP,oar highly esteemed &*
silence o. w. K. our We friend
!) England Our correspondent at Vera Cruz, under date P. 8.-With not a little trouble and mae no broad 'asertioD wecanot'r1'o M.jor.eneni[ May, &, prp have put and f.ow-t.
; umph looking complete and irrevocable of expense and we will those which Ib'W
i the 22d lust, writes u follows I have expose mis- the army,was willing to have isken .
t hUman eyes, would, in trt be but the Palmetto was U just as been enabled tor(he very latest represent II. Let u have the proof. : a commission when tbe war began to take the 1 Ta. corps sincerely let L

I ihe of dere& For if One hundred leaving: I dates from the city Meli and also from Our readers will perceive that article appearance 0 continuing long, and of becoming; faatical deth o Gillaird; a a officer, .wa 8
an made
I: begioniq and twenty Quartermaster'smules tabla. report Anna has up and strength to the monarchical Euopean ful in the discharge of all IIi. duties. and ia I

I Ir iane notahand-four.lnrsi.cntn. loaded with flour and pork, ofl ,their gone Te the capital Bat additional of f such matters u we have rele to, 'i exhibit gig w. to have taken the death we have sustained a severe and irrejatib'lo.e. '
or peopled l road to he whig organ i in a and place of LJeutenant-General that .
ae. at Santa Fe, were attacked ttoilrmation. We hear very wc1 expowd pceitioo. ; fO would haveshocked ;'
flung i n hide nakcdncw and frecipifalipnInto ate last evening three nothing of Genera I it truly represents the whig opposition of no military feeling, and displaced D mili _
from L
here. The Worth but noid Ketohed, That as a citizen have lo* ia k"
one hopes ho would have allowed
every man
their' million mle. has
or 'to lie the there is a volley
graves, war, t an appro-
cones muleteers falen nothing to
fear ia it.
.tor were mired upon, but I cannot 1 learn I with Santa Anna. I t I will by the Pdet to have been completely a bright ornament to .oci ty-c!. whoee iatefriry* iDw

r. r : stand tlf-enitr in whatever qn rter it appear[> ,. out. Ha cod say no more at this time eanie uprightness,and general dtportmeat entitled. ilJI te {

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;(',.. je.ariif, Thai in tolfen of our respect for the de- .-The weather has of late under. Pore frontier.' The pre Dew tIN IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. T70R crrin the JfeVt .f Ot Untied Ride*. HI i iI"

. .,.. _&, this corjM wear the usual badge of mourning gone a favorable change. Vegetation is paper the iaterenton Nathaniel! Pearce, ) J- .1 September. 184T. to the 301)i of,

thirty days. making rapid progrefi. The account of the government i in that country. Madrid letters 5*. | Attachment (or Jane .iala ,rathe StteoFlondawillb.received ;
1 jor tinder hi estimable ladjr of the 20th and 21st. state that of Eugene Ablon and Robert R, 8909 5a at the Contract Office ot the 0 '
... R' I' That we to wheat and oat crops are highly encouraging ; reports an. Boy dlate MercbanU.tradmg Assumpsit. partmeot. in the City ot P D". :I.

. :. car 4etpt sympathy i if her bereavement. and even in regard to potatoes very favorable other ministerial modification continued to pre under the name and style Damages S2X>J.1 of the 15th. of Jull.1Sn Wa."1Dtil by A I

. RtNlvbI, That the proceedings of thii meeting3pi accounts are received. The smaller class of vail. It was still said that a further chang E. Ablon is; Co o) of AQst,) on the routes, and i the manner an4 J

be J d by the President and Secretary, and sent farmers, who have suffered so terribly by the in the liberal direction would take THE defendants and all others interested are htre- lme specified, viz.: '
Charleston for the cabinet. A number of new senators notified of the institution of the above suit FLORID
the Tallahassee and papers pUbli.j destructive failures of last year, are pluckingup large f
,9 attachment,and are required to and pleadto
ttion, and also that a dopy of these courage to try their favorite root once more. nad been appointed from the party of the by the declaration filed in this case appear, within the time Alligator 3533-,From 70 miles Ja konie.. by Brandy Branch l 'I

I fdit to}fr1. Go.LA.l1D. ; The early spring sowing of potatoes had been progressistas. pursuant ot the Act of Congress,entitled ..An prescribed by law.BERTHELOT Leave Jacksonville Wednesday once a week.at 8 a. I

THOS. K. LEONARD. Prendent. confined to the large farmers and gentry, who Hwang the distinguished lieutenant governor to establih a town at SL Marks,ia Florida" fc o ARCHER for Plaintiff. arrive at Alligator next .by 5 p.m. ,

F. A. BT*!', Secretary.. could afford make experiments, but within of Kwanstunjj (Canton) has approved on the day of March. 1S33. I. JAME Attorneys Leave AUirtr every Fritter n >-. 'L. .ra-..- .
May 29,1947. 3Jm
provence K.POLK, of the of. : Jacl lnie next day b; S p.
, inc Jut week the small farmers are also ven Pekia. Pti.nt UniterSatt1i R
the .Vnr Globe, 14. degraded;and sent a prisoner te
From JVrJt May ben do hereby and know a public 33-'ro Key Wet, by River Jndhm :
TROUBLE IN THE WIGWAM.Our turing. The Newry Telegraph 1Il.fl- The offence i ii, having, when recently presi. sale b held> at !th Land Office at Tallahassee, For Charleston. an Mosquito Injet. Jo Chailealon, 100 miles ;

r friend ire in a peck of troubleson planting of potatoes is quite general in this ding at a literary examination, received intel. in the of Forjda. for the disposal of the un.dermentioned THE fD Brig CALLENDER Wylie, and ,once a mO'' !
Whig of the The an town of Marks, most of her cargo Leave Key West the HMh the 20th of
part country. early planted are ligence of his mother's death, and kept it secret S com & having t e f
tbe subject of thc; next President ; and we exhibiting the most of on Monday, the 4th day next, will have despatch for above month, arrive at( Charleston with practicable
cannot perceive how we can extricate them. gratifying promise a for a short time, instead of immediately mencn 1 Otobr enle freight or passage, apply to patch. a d j

1 OneVing has nominated General Taylor large and abundant crop, the young plants denuding himself of his office, and retiring in. Lots numbered two, three, four, si seven, eight, Newport, May 22, 18.4 D. LADD. Leave Charleston on the lit of eTOj month,arrive J

to the of national Conven- coming up strong and vigorous, as in the most to private life for three years. The punish ten, eleven, twelve, fourteen, sixteen, eigh- at Key West with all prdicbJeldepatcb Ii

, subject decision a favorable seasons." The accounts from oth. ; ment of such impiety, by the law of china, is ;een, nineteen, twenty, twenty-two, twenty.tbr Bark Mills. Proposals to run frm ey \e Key
tioa;another wing has nominated him with. twenty.Cour,twenty.su,twentl.. and Key Largo to Miami River and thence
er districts are limilar.'betber for good or with heav. vn twenty-ighr, BARE MILLS for Tanner's use, of greatly wter
out asking any questions at all. The headsof death, but he will probably escape a thirty,thirty-one,thirty-two,thirty-four, Two and most invention, by lan>l and water via Jupiter Inlet, Indian River, '!
evil there will be culture thirty-tv recently patented
I the party are opposed lo a military chief an extensive potato y fine. Hwang was the right hand of Keying hirty-six,thirty-eight,thu ty.thoe, forty fory.two. adapted to horse power. For sale by Mosquito Inlet and myma to S.Augustine, wi b ,,3

tain and the lump of the whole concern bit. this year. Probably the amount sown will be the Governor of the province. Two sa- fory.tbre forty-four, forty-six, fifty, Mn. M.. 1S47. 44 Ct M. BAKER. considered_ ;_ also fo portions 0 rods to b.c 4'cined
-- --- L
; about the fourth part of the crop of ordinary rious failures have occured at Canton : thoseofAming's fifty-one, filty-two, fifty-four, fifty-six, fif -- in bid.
terly oppose him as K s1ue.boIderthen, to Tootae y.eight,sixty-two.sixty-three sixty-four,sixty-six, U. S. MAIL LINE 3i3.-.From Milton to Sparta 6 mae and back,
years. and the
all these difficulties Gen. Scott I Hong. once a
crown steps Amon6tbe unfavorable features of the accounts sixty-seven sixty.eigh sventy.Courentltve wek.
forward-captures Vera Cruz and the Castle eventy-six, eighl' Leave Milton every Tuesday at C a. m., arrive at
battle and defeats Santa' from Ireland the prospect of a neglect Russian Gold.-The commercial world ba eighty-six, eighty-seven, eighty-eight, ninety, nine Sparta next day by 5 p. m.
-fights: mighty ofthe flax cultivation may be regarded as serious ben taken by surprise at the fact that the ty-one ninety.two, ninety-six, ninety-eight, ninety- Leave Sparta .Yr Thursday a 6 a. m., arrive at

i .4.nna-takes up his line of march for the inasmuch as the annual products of this Emperor of Russia has recently assumed the nine, one hundred, one hundred and two, one hundred Milton next day p. m. 1 I :

Halls of the Montezuraas, and is,by this time, branch of industry are usually estimated at functions of an extensive bullion merchant as and three, one hundred and four, one hundred 3534-Frombkahnmpka to For Betlcr-miles .
the of and sixonehundred sevenons hundred and eight, aid back, once a week.
in City l\Ieiico-havillg conquered 2,000,000. The price of seed has greatly well as stock dealer. The marvel has been, >ne hundred and tenone hundred and eleven,one hun- From Tallahassee to Macon. Leave Oka every Thnrsday at 6 .. m.arrive -
u1pk I
f .t peace: <<:. or driven: the. Congress. .and fallen,.altho' supplies arc. low in consequence whence did he. procure such large.supplies, of red I and twelve,one hundred and fourteen, one hun. / \N and after the lit of June, this line wi b I at Fort by i ;

the cabinet Irom t capital ; and ail tbese ot no shipments flaying been maae Irom the gold, baying, it is said, previous to nis late Ire and fifteen, one hundred and sixteen, one bun. Vthoroughly established in FOUR PO Leave Fort Butler every at arrive I

3 gallant achievements",, overshadowed the prospects United States whence the generally investment, one hundred millions of dollars in and eighteen, one hundred and nineteen, one COACHE entire route. The undersigned at Okahumpka by
i of old Rough; and Ready-who, with export lundre and twenty, one hundred and twenty.two, the U.S.Mail contract throughout,have 3' 1-'rr Pensacola.by Apalachicola,StMark'a
characteristic zeal and activity is averages 8000 tierces ; and dealers allege his coffer The revelation of the myster' hundre and twenty-three, one .hundred andtwenty.onr obtane arrangements for the accommodation Cedar Keys aad Tampa Bay to Key West, 600 mile
3 that (hey have never known so limited a de. consists in the simple circumstance, one hundred and twenty-six, together of necessary the travelling public. They have good and back, one a month. I .
things straight in Northern Mexico and abiding mand. This appears to have arisen not so greater portion of this treasure is the produce with all the portions of the following named lots, notcovered coaches, competent teams, and obliging drivers and I.aT Pensacola on the 1st of each month,arriveat

1i ( his time. Mr. Webster Is willing to be much from the paralsis which has preventeda of the Ural an almost boundless by the donation ot ten acres, made to the agents,and will spare no pains to give general .iI Key We with all practicable despatch.
Vice President with cither Scott or Ta'lor- mies. Tallahassee Railroad Company,viz: Lots numberedforlysevenfiftynine faction. Key West on the 1st of arrive
large portion from attending to cultivationof source supply, is destined to operate at Pensacola with all e I l
while Clay's friends are determined to stand sixty, seventy-one, seventytwo The stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays,Wednesdays practicable despatch. i
him to the last and the whole of any kind, as from the fact ofthe high priceof largely hereafter on the value of gold. This seventy-three, eighty-two, eight}.flve, and and Fridays, at 7 o'clock, A. M., and arrive Prop wi be considered for parts of s route, ,
t by ; vzrlley wheat having tempted those who are still treasure in the vaults of the Bank of St. Petersburg ninety-fourj in Macon on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 11 to in bid, and for water from

the Mississippi is in favor of Judge McLean, disposed to exert themselves to devote their was made the basis of a paper issue The offering of the abovementioned lots wi b o'clock, A. M., in time for the cars for Savannah Pensacola to St. Andrew's Bay and St. Joseph's, or pI;

f who eminent was a Republican civilian. of the old school, and I' means to an increased production of that arli- 'of some millions. The conversion of this commence on in the dy appinte and proceed, with all Leaving Macon on the arrival of the Monday cars from, S.vnnabandarrivingin either, and, and thence from by St.water.Joseph's by land to Apalachicola lt ..

1 an What can we do- to reconcile these conflic. cle, and thus to discontinue their ordinary dead stock into active caDital. by being. invested .sae vf> .nt i i.natfVl' _'Until' tn.whnTo.- .h,1 Knv.KoAn. nesday and Friday Talahase. We. i'3<5-From St. Mary', Ga. by Nassau C. H.,Fa .,'

produce. It is to be feared, however, that this in the French and English funds, replaces ;;; dih sale thus closed.: But the sale shall Every possible attention will be paid to the comfort to Jacksonville miles and backonceaweek.Leave .

ing opinions and unpleasant dissensions ? The will prove a mistake. the gold by an equivalent security, while it not open longer than two weeks, and no private and convenience of travelers; and, a it is intended St.Mary's every Thursday at 1 p.m arrive t fi

West will not support Scott-the Whigs of the The Northern Whig states that the potato enables the Russian Emperor to profit by any entry to any lot will b admitted,until after the greatly to improve the line, the patronage of at Jacksonville next day by 8 p. m. .; :
East will not vote for Taylor or Clay, and expiration of the two wek. the public is respectfully solicited. Lave Jacksonville every Wednesday at C a.(U.,
neither section is quite ready for a blight has re-appeared in the neighborhood of future advance in the price of these funds, Given under my City of Washington, WRIGHT &. SAWYER, Proprietors. arie a St. Mary's next day by 12 m. .
i compro. Belfast. which is sure to follow the present period of this twenty-first day of May, Anno Domini, one By JOHN H. YARN, Agent.
McLean. Meanwhile Gen.
mise on from1 the AI olition, section Taylorgets of, The Cork lorkhousc.This house has depression. We doubt much whether a bet. thousand, eight hunre and forty-seven. May 22, 1'4- Each DrODOiial should JTOTES.be viiiraatee
it severely .73v .. -*_._.. "llnmn."i. f. I -
ter scheme of finance could have been -.J I 1I 1I
attained a melancholy notoriety. It be private ,signed by one or more : in
the Whig party. If he will manumit his may JAMES K. POLK. Sea Island Cotton responsible : i
throw his commission in the interesting to show the rate mortality since concocted in the parlor ofthe Bank of Eng. RICHARD M. YOUNG, Gi.WTIE the following manner, viz.:
up army land the ofthe and subscribers beg leave to in- .The undersigned guaranty that -,
the ofthe alto or sanctum Baring Commiifioner of the General Land
commencement money .
and retire to his farm, he will, they say, have year, omitting Oc.NOTICE the planters of long-staple if his bid for carrying the 1
gether the causes which led to such a fear. Rothchilds.-Charleston Evening News. still in be mlromto
claims on their cons eration. The Taylor. that they are engaged accepted by the Potmuter Gnrl, enter k

\ Whigs, in the Middle States, wish that clevergentleman ful aggregate as the death of2130 persons in Irish in the Southern In pursuance to of the Act of Con the ltet improved into an obligation prior to the day September .
and one workhouse, and in the brief space of four Propagation of Potao gress, approved 2d March, 1S33, entitled An Act ROLLER HORSE GINS. Having great many next, with rood an sufficient sureties to perform the 1
highly respectable Whig, .
which is Carolina and Florida, service
large amount an. of these Gins in Georgia South
establish town St. the
to at Marks
months. The total deaths for January were a Reg.
. Clayton, of Delaware, to run on the ticket nually paid in Southern States, for this valuable ister and Receiver of the Land Forida. they can refer to those who have purchased them This prop accompanied by the certificate of ,
with him for Vice President but 326 ; Febuary, 606 ; March, 672 ; April, and"who to establish the reputation of a other that the )
; Websterwill vegetable, for seed, well for con. will be required, prior to the day of sale,to ascertain are willing postmaster or equivalent testimony, .
not consent to this, and says ho is takingthe 523 ; with one week unestimated, from the and the a a which .the value of any improvements which may have the same Gins for ginning out more Cotton and guarantors are men of property, and able to make I

wind out of his siils in the South. Cloudsare 24th. The report of the medical inspector sumption, general impression been made" on the lot designated in this prolama.tion cleaner than any other Gm in use. good theirgnaranty. I- .4P
has shamed and alarmed the local authorities ; prevails here, that our seed must come from respectively, .and the purchaser at public sale Jlgent:YIU.ALOXGA"&. ACOJTA, Centresville, The proposal should be sent to the Departmentsealed .
arising all around ; ambitious military GEORGE L. DROWN, Fla. endorsed "Propotali far Route .Tis. ,
the North to ensure even partial success, of any lot upon which there are such improvements, Ga; Newnansvie -
and the result has been order cleanli.
more .. "
chieftains are their swords the Gins13 do. in and to the first PdsN
crossing ; en. would seem to give importance to any suggestions other than the owner thereof, shall, in addition to Single ; improvements. addre usitat g
emies of the South and all the fanatics are ness and distribution of the patients, with a would of the sum to be paid to the United States,be, and here. $35. Double Gins, $75 ; do. with all late improvements ma.te General
loud in their denunciations of decided decrease in the mortality. In Killar. which promise a hope remedy by is, required t pay to the o\\ner of the improvements $-3. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had at For of bids resulting from combinations .
slavery ; Judge also, the public health has improved.The .- for these evils. We have made some experiments the value:of them thus ; and if moderate rates. Orders for Gins and repairing Gins and the terms and conditions on which the .
McLean is looking on, calm as a summer ney which prove to our mind conclusively therefor not a actrainf please to direct to VANCE &BURNS contrc is to b made, see the last advertise
payment day on
morning," and old Harry of the West in fine weekly deaths in the workhouse, which shal b upon 41 Mary's. Ga. C. annua,
that we need not be dependent on any other which the same wa purchased,the lot shall be again 22 tS1. I }
exceeded below 10 and the
once are now Postmaster Genera
order and condition; is ready for a race with for the Irish Potatoe. The followingis offered at puhlic sale on the next day of sale, and -
sick list bas declined from 500 to 300. country. DR. J. REESE'S POST OmcE April 21, 18-1'
any of them, and is.'fall: of wind and bottom such person shall not be capable of becoming the
then .
the plan adopted : riant early, dig May 8,1847. 42 tlSJuly.
whenever his friend will to trot him out Poor O'Connell is The purchaser of that or of any other lot offered at that LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. i
agree sinking daily. ac. at maturity, and after keeping them for a few public sale: Provided, That if any lot so offered and ,
In the meantime, many of the Whig: papersare counts which came to hand through the medium in a dry place plant a second crop. The bid off on the last day of the public sale, shall not : TERSONS of feeble constitutions and those of se- Boot and Shoe Making.rpHEundersfgnedhavingpurchaaedhe.

most grossly abusive of that brave and ofthe French papers, show that his earth. day will be quite equal to the first.- be thus paid for, the same may be entered at privatesale JL dentary habits, are often troubled with habitual ( ,
most worthy patriot j Gen. Taylor. Take, for ly career is drawing to a close. Like War. these wanted for use an upon payint to the United States the sum at costiveness, which often exerts a very unfavorable. -L entire stock and materials of LUAU J
Dig as they are ; put health,which is
which it off and the influence their general particularly who the
the from the Boston wa to owner of the im.prvment upon .RErL. is about leaving State
example, following Whig: wick, who created and deposed kings the man earth those intended for
. extra covering of on the previously ascertained value there. i manifested by irregularity if not total loss of 0 respectfully informs his friends and the ,
"A Settled Matter.-A man whose trade that made and unmade cabinets, is physically seed, to protect them from fost and let them appetite. In this condition of the system, this article public that he is at present at the old stand,wherehe

has been war-hunting runaway slaves amid powerles as a babe. We stated some months remain until they are planting the By the Act of Congress aforesaid, the minimum is confidently recommended with the 3uraethat is prepared to execute rll work in his line with i

the everglades ef Florida, and butchering the since, through an exclusive source, that the be found price of each town lot is fixed at twenty-five dolan if the dose is properly ajuste s a not to promptness and despatch. He has on band the fet I
Seminoles because harbored the fugitives I hand following spring. They \i perfectly and of each out lot. at twenty-five dollars per move the bowels to actively, rlief may b relied of calf skins, and all Itt. of materia. and
poor they of death O'Connell. lIe is
was upon sound and equal to any seed that can RICHARD M. YOUNG, upon without any or even the least unpleasant consequences make at short notice,and in the bet mnner, GEN
and wagingthe, ; slave-drivers war up- now, poor fellow, in its embraces. Devout be procured. Keeping them in a dry placefor C0non of the General Ln Office. resulting from the use of common purgative TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES of every descrip I

on the poor, starring 1\lelicans-doing it all, Catholic as he is, O'Connell is anxious to a few days before planting, will give additional June 18' 46 medicines usually resorted to. tion. Boot fuotedsoledandotberwiaerepairrdin f.

I admit, in obedience to orders doing it ably, reach the eternal city-to be dismissed to his to the growth. Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the good style and at reasonable charges. He will war
but still the less infer. vigor DR. HULL'S preventive properties of this medicine by usinz it on rant his work to be equal to any done in the place.
voluntarily'-.and none great reckoning by the head of his church. attack. Thereare
the first intimation an approaching and to give satisfaction as to fitting as any
nal because legal-feuch a man must never be Whether his aspirations will be realised is an. State of Iowa.-*The democrats have car. some constitutions liable to regular attacks cf other a g

President by the votes of the free States." other matter. He has been obliged to tarryat ned their candidates in every judicial district.1st I COUGH LOZENGES I Billions Fever almost every fall ; to such the use of JOHN LERCH.

We do not see the Democratic papers assail I Lyons from sheer inability to bear: the fa. district, Wrilliams's majority, 351 this medicine is recommended, bginnin to use it i May S, 1547. 42 U IJ

General Taylor ; they admire his patriotism i tigues oftravelling.-lVilmcr 4 Smith. 2d Grant's 448 by, he middle of May or first of June .
Important to Clergymen, Lawyers, and Public Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience Ice Cream Freez rs.T'OR .

; applaud his gallantry, and admit most Currency Morcmcnt In Scotland.-The 3d Olney's" 72 Speakers generally.TTTE a sense of fullness, weight and oppression SALE at the The SHOP Ice Cream Fre.of

cordially and sincerely that he merits the con. Glasgow Herald mentions that a and 3th" Carton's" 561 are kindly permitted to publish the follow abut the stomach alter eating, wi find this m<*di- J? various "iu A Tin Tubs, to set the I
fidence of his country in any station in which great VV ing extract from a letter from Rev. J. W. afford almost immediate Fieezer in, which tke Je quantity of ice than
he influential meeting in favor of granting a Smith to a brother in the ministry ; Ladies near their confinement often suffer from' the wooden tubs.
may be placed; it is the Whigs who so Total democratic majority, 1,432 !
temporary permission to the various banks DURHAM, Conn., Nov. 21st, 1S4G. heartburn and coti.enes: to such this article is TaUaha April 3,1947. 37 .E
shamefully abuse him ; and before long, in But Mason (dem.) has been defeated by it can be used without the
throughout the country to convert the specieat Dear brother:-Yours of the 5th inst.was receive highly reommende a t
addition to his being a military chieftain, stain. held them into Harlan, (whig,) a superintendent, by about ed some days ago, and would have been answered ere let danger, great benefit. In sick or nerve Executr'. Notice. i
ed with blood, a Southern man, and a slave- present by government or 430. M. was defeated by his own inactivity. now had not a pressure of busiel prevented me.I ous headache it is invaluable. the
holder'we expect fo see him denounced as a other securities has been begun in that place.It am pained to hear of your continue indisposition This article will be found to act 8 a pleasant cordial :' ALL prn"George E. any demad against 4
--- -- ---- \Veve
is understood that of 2,00,000 of labors. and tonic restoring the appetite, and at the deeakwi
upwards and to
inability your !
Democrat! This toill be the end of the mat. MARRIED.In pursue please them without delay i
gold are held by the Scotch banks alone, whichare You ask if I have ever been thus or similarly afIc. same time fulfilling every intention that the common present CHAS. M." and .
ter, rely upon it; fa.nd as things stand at present useless in Scotland Madison, on the 10th ult., by the Rev. James ed ? I answer,yes! In the autumn of IS 12, purth'c are intende to effect. // purely teg- WELL. f: :
we do not wish. to interfere in this family wholly no one ever Woods, Mr. BENJAMIN F. WARDLAW, of Abbe. a severe cold while riding my circuit, which da/to according to the directions, S R Executors.
wishing to see a sovereign in that country.In .- trace found invaluable article,especially to those
quarreL yule, S. C., to Miss MARY A. LIVINGSTON, of in affection of the lungs, accompanied by a an Key West, April JO, 1847. St ; ;
the stock afflicted with ,Derangement of the Liver, 3
Edinburg exchange a similar resolution violent cough,which was so much irritated in speaking Dyspepsia

Gen. Taylor and the Presidency.-At the has been come to, and petitions have Masn. ,!hat for nearly two months I was unable to preacha or General Debility. Mastodon Cotton Seed. '
held at Nashville Tenn. which been for to Parliamenton On Tuesday evening,1st inst, in the M.E. Church, single sermon, and I began to have fears that I Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county, "W .
meeting at prepared
a presentation should be able to labors.- Georgia, and for sale by appointment atE 1A A BUSHELS genuine Seed, for sale at $1 25 .l
late democratic the It Albany, Ga., bl RCT. P. P. Smith, Rev. JOHN W. never again resume my 1UU
member of Congress presided subject. is added that Scotland will About the first of November I was at br. Cadwell's, BARNARD Jr's., per buh,1 r S .

another, look an active part, to the no be moving in this question in the course of a MILL the Florida Conference,to Miss ELVIRA in Hartford, and he gave me a box of Hull's Cough Drug Store, Tallahassee, BICHE. 3 LNE'BEGE. .

small pleasure of the whig press of the country, few days. .FERGUSON of that city. Lozenges recommending them a a medicine well DANIEL LADD, Newort, April I t ,
to the cure of rase. As an ;
the adapted my experimentI
following preamble was adopted.Ve 3OO Pieces Calico.
Letters from Rome announce that the only OBITUARY.Died began using them and soon found myself improving Quincy,
wonder how the 4'higs like the look of it in HARDY BRYAN OPRING and Summer Prints, choice patterns,just 1
daughter of Curran, the celebrated Irish bar. on the 2Sth of May. near Miccosookie Lake, -and afe four weeks continued use of them, I
print. rister is alive in the Eternal of the was able go upon my crcuit. Since then I have Ant for Tomas county,Georgia. rl.ie and (or sale by t
now city, wife
after a protracted H. GREENBERG
His political ;principles are sufficiently invariably made use of in all cases of May 22,1W7. 1& & 1
sister of whom Moore has beautifuilly said : of Dr. M. J. McBride, in the 22d of her and April 1,1S47. 37 :
baWD to justify the assertion, that he is for his year age. cold or hoaenes, always with complete suc 1 I
'She is far from the land where her j-oung hero cess. I don't know that they would cure you,but Horse for Sae.kA .
1 He was for the of1812 and a BBLS. Flour, 2 cask hams,
country war "
sleeps t 03- THE friends of WILLIAM H. ANDREWS mine was a similar case I think them worthy of a GOODsniceablesmal sized HORSE 25 2 casks Sides, 1 Shoulders.

acted a coDlpicuou part in conquering a peace, in allusion to the brave but unfortunate Em. respectfully announce him a a suitable candidate trial, and hoping they may prove instrumental in restoring any of harness Just received and for sale by i
*ilh England our ancient lie to health and usefulness, I remain well is fine .
you a
enemy. sup. mett. for the office of Sheriff of Jefferson County, Fla.,at yoursin rides tolerably plough March 13.1831 LLOYD 3 FLACC. 1
ported the election General Andrew Jackson .. Christian fellowship. horse,having a fast walk. Apply to -
to the presidency of the United States.lie .- Famine at Madeira.-An extract from a the election in October next, believing that no one J. W SMITH. May 1847. 43 J. R. FORTUNE. Horse for Sale. I

letter dated Funchal, March 20 : is more deserving the office than he, or more worthy FINE large for sale, that .
to the recharter of the Uni.
was WAREHOUSE for Sale. HOR
opposed : POIWT. Ct., Feb. 11, ISI7. Wagons A
the suffrage of the voters of Jefferson. Jersey wall is
ted States bank.] He is in favor of tariff for "Famine is now come to Madeiraneitherwheat Sir the advice of brother work tide foell-he a
a D. HulDea :-By JERSEY WAGONS FOR Apply to .
S.\LE horse action,and i.
Indian corn, rice, oats barly, or tiny May 15,1347. MANY VOTERS. jng your and though TWO fne
menus otly. He has no sympathy for 'fel. c Lnge .1. "JW- .tail"... .41- -J. -- FORTUNE Apply to J. R. FORTUNE. t
ico other grain is to be had. Money is of no use not yet u*<<. I am much better, improving >
but them that aid
nor Mexicans, gives to the will buy In the Second round of Quarterly Meetings for Tallahassee under their influence,and have full belief that I shall Just received direct from Havana, Aprii24.1547. 40
and corntbrt which his de. noting.
country' pr-it be able to labors
wrongs Dl.llc. ultimately resume my suspended
mand of every American heart. He is in faor north giving wine infant having Troupville Circuit, at Troupville, June S 6. sound and well. I BAL Gram Hammocks IceHoue.Til .

of'equal rights and privileges to all.' literally nothing else. You may imagine the Talahase Tallahassee, 12-13. You have br. Smith's and my own consent to make J. don assorted Preserves, Ice.Uous will be opened every Doming
ofthe poor. The suffering will Blue Sink, 2G-27. such use of this communication as you may deem IDdoz superior Syrups-Rasberry.Oranpe Orange .excepte from 6 to 61 o'clock,where
miser b' Madison .Pine Grove, July 3 4.Thomuvie" Flower* ic.,34-sacks superior Havana Coffee, ic can be had per and at J. R.FOTtune' I ,
A Our horses have long fed on proper. pun
Fighting Bridegroom.The following graS; .Spring Hill, 10-11. Yours, respectfully. 17 bags Brown Sugar, store,after that hour. *per lb. '
marriage notice abd, editorial comments, and human beings are doing the same in many .Springfield, 17-13.Flatwoods WM. P. EARLE.A C boxes White Havana Sugar, Tickets are issued and sold at his store for 6 Iba. .

letter,give a curious picture of the fast way country parishes. There is money to pay Monticello, I 24-25. fresh supply of the above valuable Medicine 30,000 Cigars of the very best brd.. of ice,each.

in which our gallant countrymen live in and for corn and breadstufls; any shipowner would May 15, Ib47. P. P. SMITH, P. E just receivcl in Tallaha&see, and for sale by May 1,194' 43 R FORTUNE N. B. The Ice.House will be opened every Saturday .
immediate sale for his n-The Sentinel will June, B17. 4G 2t LEWIS AMES. evening at 61 o'clock for the accommodation of .
about the theatre k>f war.a While we live find an freight. The please copy. & Notice. those wishing it on the Sabbath. keeps ina

]let us live" is their motto, for who knows what cause of the scarcity is the diversion of the Lost DR. J. S. BOND months after date, I shall present my a cunt blanket, and the loss over night is I very wel.
the forth love supplies in Sardinian and Greek vouchers to the Hon. A. McDonald, Judge 24, 40
day may bripg or death, the customary } services to the citizens April IS47.
Sunday last, a pair of GOLD SPECTACLES. his professional the of Madison, and .1
or a marriage feast.. bottoms,from the Mediterranean ports, to meet ON OFFERS and the of Probate in and for County
grave. ee surrounding country.
finder will much oblige the subscriber and apply for a discharge as Administrator of the estateof Shoes, and Leather.
b.rriod-In Mier Mexico the demands of Franco and England. A Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel.
J. R.
Capt. liberally rewarded by them to deceased.
returning John W. County than
b Rcbanlon,1tfoCsid hand and made to order, cheaper ever ft
Everett, Texaj, formerly of Mobile, Ala. to similar drain on America withholds the hitherto JNO. B. TAYLOR May 29, 1SI7." 45 tf RICHARDSON. ON in this city. Call and see, and Jg <1

Miss Antonita Flgres,daughter ofLt. Manuel almost monthly arrivals of four and gain Tallahassee, June 5, IS 17. 46 I for Sale.T Madison County, May t: l.47. 43 Cm we wi bfore ofere you that home manufactures are the jfc f

Flores, of Mier.Accorupanyin4. j from her Lad cheapest. The attention of Planters is invited to a 3|
por"Breaufs."Necelity Blacksmithincr.Horseshoein&r.fTUIE &c. WILL sell my FARM en Lake Jackson. situated Staple and Domestic Goods.A superior article of Shoes for one dollar. f
the very Ner
above marritge notice, is the mother of I undersigned, having rented the Blacksmiti J. about nine miles north orTaUahace. This (farm GENERAL assortment jml received and for sale made of the best matei warranted not to rip. : .

we received a lice of the wedding cake -and ill truthis JL shop from J. R. Robinson south side of tie contains near one thousand acres, seven hundred of A. by L. H. GREENBERG &CO. Prices for other kind of work will b found to cor

and a' very reasonable apology for not sending illustrated in the fact set forth, that a baker Capitol on the Belle Air road, i is prepaied to d b which is cleared, and is nowin, a fine state for cultivation April 3, 1S47. & 37 respond Repairs of Boots and Saddles and
the wine-'f f its use has been prohibited BLACKSMITHING in al its branches horse having ben in fallow for two years. For Harness,at short notice. Harness of every quality i
in Manand all about" death of Berne, in Switzerland, has succeeded in .ho in good style, and very reasonable terms.- fertility of soil, satisfied it i not surpassed by made to order. i
or transportation Notce.SIX '
making very paltable bread from Iceland I patronage of the public is respectfully solicit any upland farm in the Southern country. When it WEEKS after will be made WM. II. MCMILLAN.Quinry .
the penalty for indulging in it on any mou. It result from a scientific examination I Te HENRY B. FITTS. was cleared,it was laid off with circular horizontalrows l me, to JAMES EBUOOMI:, Judge of Probatefor April 3, IS 17. 37 2 t

accasion. of this bread that out of 100 in contain i Jane 5, 1947. 46 3tMaster's ,and has notconscnuently wahe and will now the County of Leon, for letters of administrationon .

The fighting propensities of the gallant Cap- 54 J of fecula or nutride pa Bread Sale. produce when first a much Corn Two;Cotton past Sla, as it did. the estate of Munroe Tucker. deea. Tae for. 8 ale.T70R I

bin seem not to(bare been cooled by his recent made chiefly of potatoes is mater.contain only cee.on tweuty-five years acres, which an had experiment \m SALE tb sNibr. a Tannery, imme- !
his sid Y virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of th-, April 18, 1847. J? crm-
marriage. {The following ppstcript to 15 in the 100 part nutritive matter. B produced fourteen Cotton crops and two of Corn, adjoinil Talabue
Middle Circuit of Florida for Gadsden 51 feet,
letter showi that she it and in for a fight County, and with the most indifferent preparation,made one Received. prising v large 3 S i
ready It i i. furthermore stated, in a foreign publication in a cause between William J. Bailey,Adm'r. of A. length and width, and two kitchens, 10 by 20 .-

whenever occasion turns up. ,that a chemist in Vienna ha produced Bellamy dec'd.,complainant, and Mary C. Rowles, bale thousand of PUDd per the are acre has An average always been crop.made of a 500"Just SACRED HARPS, There are pumps, various fixtures,two bark mil

"Mr. E. Margin and my elf were attacked from oil cake-the ofthe colza Ex'x. of Joseph R. Rowles,deu and others,are when'he season suited the cultivation. It is well Southern Harmony turning by a cog wheel,running by horse power,
!last night (9th inkt.) by.fiftaeri or more Mex. brea, after extracting the ref- i i. both defendants for the forelOre a mortgage, I will adaptetto tits Ail tore of Indian Corn, and its pox- 100 Harmonist, cistern for rain water,a well,a brook,with abundant
to sale on the first Monday in July next, be. Headlcy's Napoleon and his Marahalls, water,on the border of which the vats are placed.The .-
for stock of
toth 'Lake affords the finest
Ham about miles *
on the road from Mier, 16 agreeable and nutrive and c only one cp Court House door, in Quincy, a woman na. aU unity kinds. tMj terms are one-third rng purchase Lectures, complete in two volumes, lot intuel0 or 11 acre* of first rate landun. t I
boveCamargo.j I We killed three,broke the halfpenny per pound. The process I la said t md Molly, at 34 yean of age; a boy named Wil to Ve paid on the first of January next, and Jacob's Greek Reader, der Cee. are also two bark ahe with 125 .
leg of a third anH stamped their bones, as be very simple. Sample of this bread have lam, about years of age; and a boy, the child of money the 1 four iMtalmef from that date, Frost's American Speaker.Flon's Interpreter cords of oak bark. For sale at a gt barn-

1rtI sIop.ed after giving them the benefit of eYer been supplied to some member ofthe Imperi.al .ad Molly,about 2 yean of ate. bearing baa f ntrt annu Carmine Saneerasuperiorlndelhibl!.Ink, Terms liberal. L .
I. R HARRIS, fp sale by May 1, 1947.
Jot ire) bad,; The homes were held in family, and found to b excellent.5pawu .. 8ialute and Commissioner. 9\B41. 45 JOl S Harw, Ppk.lor A. HAYWARD. 4 I
_inc bushes a shojrt distance from where we June 5, JSt1. 8 Apri W. KTKinney ,
had in Bu.e
.. h, eri attacked,arid the two Mexican*in charge, -Don Frnci appeared -- Notice. Notice. '
with the on the 18th ult. the Notice. the ,Execute ,
ai I public months after date, undersigned
presented my empty five shooter A. LLftenons having demand against the estate of "Men-
J. R. E.*' first time they hare appeared together for sev. I SIX months after dale, the undersigned, Amnt JEther Jefferson County, deceaaedjffill SIX the last will and testament of BnjaminChare HAVING taken Rooms atM Banner House.his er-
j and this symptom of of Daniel N Cone, Koey,1teo must themto late of Leon County, present Fa very respectfully teD
I era roncii de C present dee to (hose desire faithful and
wek lumbia to the Hon. Judge of vice Irte Len
Education Cont E Forida present his authenticated, within the acnnts P
rejoicing consequence Jn riendswhicb will
lion (
offtc Poor. The Bishop of h great account vOcben Judge of tfndnip bate of Leon County, and make application for of lheml or b
notice will be
lo this
f06** nu 1Q6e bed $25,000 towards rat*. of the formal application ofthe Porog Columbia County,and ask fo a discharge. tn their or ten dismission as Executor aforesaid* mite to posterityindeUible meD o th rt.

ID81100,000 fcriho. erection of schools for the ambassador for ui 4000 men WILLIAM CONE. Adm'r. br'!i rver. JOSEPH CHAJRE.Executor. are warranted to rlwse- Pie 1.

in >ndoc:.) ben ordered lo Badajoz. An Rimini's Ferry, E. F., M*y 22, 19t7. 4: "m* M.j2a, 1SJ7. JHTATAVr.ORSn.: Leon Cornt.ApriJ 3,1'4. 3 fin Monticello, March 27,1847. 3



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\\f'{ j New St and New By the President or the United StLPHIR SiiikG, I AMENDMENTS .TO THE Notice. state Tax COle"a s I
G [CONSTITUTION THE OF FLORIDA, montbs after date I shall present my final ac- BY virtue of the power Tested ia
.; .' tttf.e fare triek edtfce. .the State NEWPORT, WAKUtLA COUNTS,FLORIDA. r raorocu)AND A.OKIKD SATE'Z' axwXRAI. SIX and voucher to the Hon. Judge of P l expose (or sale, on fotfrtk b_ I I
'; .' ; owf Me Carthj strtett, opposite E.Samara rpHE tA wber would mot respectfully AMEMBT; 'OIE TiE ACTION bate in and for the Cotfnty of Jefferson, and apply August next,before the door J..l,
Jtt! T th
Th'iuSt.rcdnearfhe CottaqdX cn
MRL info hi. and tb> public, that Or THE nazi OlnAL AMUCBLT.Jtn a discharge a Administrator of the estate of Clement Rh.. Bluff, in the county! of
teitl fin
Market House .
}.' 6 f.p UiLhe still occupies HOTEL. W. Stephens.late of said County,dec.e. ,tbe following WUhD.a
..f I A c ( AL.UJ er and is prepared to WAnt desireto Act se to Constitution .f thit State GADSE. thereof .will pay the State a County,

: Fancy, Silk and Staple Dry Goeds test the virtue of Sulphur Water,fUring tbe en.suing at to Om l/r tit male ina1anl. Monticello,January 16, 18-47. on the same for the year 1948 t

;':: Booo4t v Boots and ShoeuH.rdware, season. I I. Icing citizens of Stol., a. 640 acres, lying in Hol V-e,. _
-:. I Woodl Wiow.Has Crockery and Stone Wire A convenient bath-bonne waaboilt[l. one ofltur have resided within this State O' yta.1 elective belong to the estate or Blawel. -.I I

GI&W; &.c., springs last year; and another h for the accommodation franchise. months after date I shall present my account Also.4 aereslying in Vaer.! .
.f.- KEAD1T r MADE 0 the Ladies) will b e during the SECTION 1. Bet enacted *,1 the Senate an SIX vouchers. and apply to the Hon. Judge of ing to belong to G. S'ee.
CLOTIINU. Spring. | un.R'p.mtatf' of the State of Probate of Leon County for letfn of dismission I Also,960 acres, purporting to belong othe. .
..11 CONSISTIXO or THE YeLLOWING: These Bathican_ b mod at all. tines, a never :ride in tonvened. That the first Administratrix. on the estate Sheppard, of Joseph M.White, and tin o St. .*
Ladies' Btrieze and Mus\ns. in dre and the properties of the rater are as clause o/ the sixth article of the Constitution be 1 late of said County, deceased. Also 161 acres, lying head Ane. .
.' atef' TN pursuance of law I, POLK, PresiX o'rfo.e. follows vex free white male Bay McCormick's s. ,
: Taloni Organdee Muslin*, JAME invalids a those of any tlphur springs .med a : Every per ELIZABETH CLEAVELAND. Adm'x. pnrportiag to
United do : belonj
r" Dk. lJul. Swis and Jaconet do., dent of the Americ herebydelae in the State. U ia not deemed neceswrj here tocit I age of twet-ne years and upwards,and 23,1947 27' 6m Collins. to
,'.. and Cambric and make known that public sales will beheld cases or give certificates from visitors who here tried who shall be. at the time of offering to vote, a citizen January .. -TtV-. TOVrtw.._ -
v White and strip Muslin, at Ihe undermentioned Land Offices in the them. of the Unite Stat and who shall have resided and tZ QfficioTax Col."vv" ,
.: Black ape back, BarK ge, SATE OF FLORIDA at the period hereinafter. Ia addition to the usual fare a errantry Tav.Tus. and had hi ,domicil, home and place of W. IDWOrYI, February 2 1847.- 31_Wahngon c
Green Bariege, Lace and IAn Tells to wit : the Wakulla Hotel will be regularly supplied with I permanent abode in Forida.Hor. one year next pre. .
( Back At the Land Office at ST. Avccmxr, commencing the election shall offer to vote, rmsTAR'S BALSAM OK WILD BERRY
solid colonia.l Green Fish and and"every ceding Monticello Jefferson Florida
; Oysters, atbntio County V V
*l Gnaw Muslin( Shawls, on JfunJay the twelfth day of July next,for the paid to Turte. of visitors. and who shall, at rich time and for six months immediately sale by LEWIS
I f :and Silk embidere, disposal of the public land within the limits of the To gentlemen fond of hunting and this preceding said time have had his habitation WILL attend the Circuit Court* of the Middle February 20, 1847. 31 'A
D undermentioned townships, to wit : flhing. home and place of ,and nf the County of Col mbia of the
uLk Handkerchief, nei affords and permanent
\ Linen Cambric, South of the base line and east of ,h principal fish ;llborlo parents wishing a unfailing to bring supply their panic children in domcl.in which he may offer to vote abe h F.ter Circuit,Fl orida. Scale of Florida.IN -
inerulian. Monticello, August 22,134C. 5 CHANCERY.-IN TIlE
Do. ; d. Hdkfs, plain. m-titchc and : here, there is a good school and divine service every lecmed a qualified voter at all elections under I CIRCUIT
-,1 rboidrE Township twenty-two of range twentyfight.Townships Sabbath day. Constitution: and none others, except in elections by FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY.Hampden COt

:. Black and Kid Gloves, twenty-one and twelty-two. ot range The subscriber lisa stables for Heroes and at- reneral ticket in the State or District prescribed by Low Nofec.ROCKENBROUG S. Linton Complainant

"* Silk, m i'.iI'J Black white and fancy coured :Iit., Townihips eighteen and nineteen and section six, W. C. DAUGHTERY. resident of the State one year next preceding the I &MAXWELL. Catharine Eliza Smith,John M. Smith

Jf 'I '. White and black twist silk Gloves, in township twenty of range thirty. Newport, Florida, March 22, 1817. 3rt lectionand six months within the election district H. Jaian. Defendants. ad I
f Townships eighten. nineteen and twenty-one, of which he offers to vote. Prodded, That sol- Flo- TT
Jt ". Lisle Edging, Muslin Et1 :Ud Inserting n no H. BROCKENBROUGH wi return to appearing by the affidavit ct
t I Black silk Lace 1 t 8 in. \.de. range thirty-one. JEFFERSON COUNTY te.seaman or marine in the regular Army or Navy in time to attend all Courts of the 1 plainant the dfendant. C'
Thread hud Bobbin Edging mid Laces, Township eighteen and nineteen. of range- thirty. United States unless he were qualified elected Middle Circuit,and of Jack on and Franklin Coun. Soith, is a non-resident.of Catharn'
t : ParasoU, ParasoUettes. and Sun-shwies. two. Tax Collector's Snle. of this State previous to his enlistment as such ties in West Florida. B. & M. will also attend the the State of South Caohna: S. r" i

". China straw and fancy Muslin Bnab. Township eighteen of range thirty-three. BY virtue of authority vested in me by law, I olier. seaman or marine in the Regular Army or Supreme and Federal Conrt. Their time will b 1 therefore Ordered,Tat the nid
Misses China and do do. do. At the Land Office at NEwNAvaviLLecomn1cnc- expose (or sale, before the Court House the United States,or of the revenue service, devoted exclusively to the legal appear and answer the lii 4nbUI
t ..., .. Eonnet Flowers and Ribbons, ing on Monday)( the nineteenth day of July n'xt, for door,in Monticello. Jefier-ron County on the shall be considered a resident of the State in consequence claims against the Unite States, pof"lo. I the third Monday in July next. otherwj oe_
.. the disposal of the public land within the limits of JFYr.t/ in of stationed within the will be -t
:: Lutestring; Rbns. assorted. Monday July nrrf, being same. prosecution of arrangements have been madein taken for cnleP.and the matte s
t a' Fancy Neck Ribbons the undermentione townships, and fractional town the following property or so much thereof a* will Passed Senate, December I. ISIS'. Washington. I decreed further,. t"

t i .. Black and while silk Hose, "it pay the State and County Taxes due thereon fur the I D. H. A YS. President Senate March 13, 1S47. :34 !' That a con of this .nd i i O
: ...- White, brown, blue and slate cord ditto South of the base line, and east / the principal year J 1S40 : II. ARCHFR, Secretary Senate. the public newspapers printed ,ublishe. iUOltl

t Misses white and brown do. do., meian. I N E 4, Sc 32 and N W i. Sec 33, and W i of N Passed House, December Ifl, 1S4C. TIN MANUFACTORY. week for four months eonvcufivejr --- ..
} .,.: Feather and paper painted Fans, Township nine of range E 4 1, Sec T 1. R 4., X and E., purporting to be- ROBERT BRON, Speaker Ho. Reps THOMAS BALTZELL Jw
I Pink, white, scarlet, straw, and blue .Floience Fractional townships twenty-seven twenty-eight lone to Duncan M. QuarhWIN -.. M. D. PAST Clerk. A true copy : Teste {
Long Lw. Irish Linen Linen Sheeting, twentv-nine and thirty, on the main land, of range W 4, Sec 15,T 2, R 4, N &E owner not J. R. FORTUNE, C. C. Fire.Cfer*.

.. Linen damask, fifteen. known. An Act to amend the Constitution of this State so become the sole proprietor of the TI Monticeilo,Fa., March 1Ct201 1847. 33
I .. Linen Napkins; Bird's-eye Diaper Linen Dow!.., Township twenfy., vpn. and fractional townshipthirtyfive. Lt No. 3, frac Sc 21, T 2,R 4, N k I, S I acre as to mae the sessions of the General Assembly HAVING lately the property of R Flakier &. :., 4O
of sixteen.
main land,
Russia Diaper, Crash and Huckerback Tcpvelng. .on the range I o, 2lT2I3N&E,89'I biemioiuttt of annual. takes this method of informing public that he I2IE\X7II -
i .S. 6 to 12-4.brown and bleached Cot. Township twenty-seven and fractional townships ", I, 21.T2R4N&F.SO- SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and will keep constantly on hand at the shop oppoifehis mI
thirty-I hrce and the main land,of range Keprenentatiees the State Florida DEALERS IX
Col'd Cambrics, white and brown Holland, thirty.tTe.on 5. 2l.T2R4N&E,49-5Oa'ti. of of store a large assortment of all the varieties of
.Alpack.Bombazine,silk Velvet black Satin, seventeen. ., I it .. I '22. T2R4.N .&Rl' 15 rr'.. in (General Assembly convened.That the second Tin and other articles in his line of DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS.
fractional thir uual.kept
Furniture Calicoes, Township twenty-seven( township lying in the bend of Miccc*ookie Lake near the plan clause of the fourth article of the Constitution of business. He will also to furnish Toilet Articles OIl
\ DreS (ty-two on the mai.1 und,and townships thirty-three( tation Gov. this State be so amended as to read follows viz prepared any Perfumer ktn
number shades. of Moseley, owner not known.win as : Widow
Cruel Merchants in the country Tin-ware at as low a
I : price _
and of eighteen. .
thirIJ.f\e. range n 2d. The members of the House of PAI T _& .
Thimbles, L'inding .nu--
Needles. Silver Fancy Representativesshall the North them -.n. .. .
I Tape thu .SIlKIf they can get it from ; and begs to &
: Number.tvarious; kind, fancy silk Trimmings. and Townships thirty-two thirty-three ty-four Shfl. and ex nfficio Tax Col. Jeff- Co. he chosen by the qualified voters and shall call a and examine for themselves. There is an object Apothecaries Glass Ware, Ae.
I White brown and fancy Linensfor men' thirtv.f\'f of range nineteen. December 5, 1 sir) 20 fim serve fo the term of two >eart from and after the it above
in here, it will be free from I
II coloure having aa damage, constantly on and for
hw for the of schools sale
._ THE
t weer. pproJriatt by use day of 'he first election I under the amended Constitution which it usually gets by shipping. market prices.We had a tic
.. Fancy coloured Colonr. military, othe purposes will b excluded from Worms Worms Worm* and no longer; and the sessions of the General -
the !lei. shall be biennial and GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF TO-WARE.
A Pretty and Fancy Assortment The Mies will each be kept for two weeks, ot childhood, ami the certain Assembly commence on have received by late arrivals large additional
open bne
i THE precursor the fourth Monday in NO\'fmher. in each and I doz Furnaces, such a* family ought to
Itleiis Kcndy Made Clothing. (unless the Und are sooner disposed of,)and no longer many: djnsiermw diseases, if allowed to remain second at such other times be every every suppliesof.D-ugsMedines and Chia"d.'
year or a have, Oil
may prescribed Sugar Dippers Sugar Cans
.. )I\TS. UMBRELLAS &c. ; and no private entries of land in the townshipsso long in the human system in great numbers. by law.Sec. Counter Scales, Zinc for Simmer., together with most of the popula patent remedies!

Patent and Cal Boot, sewed.an pegged, ofero"ill be admitted until after the expiration Thousands of Children die annually from 2': Bf further enacted, That the third clause Shest Iron for making Stove Stove.Pipes&, the render State.cur assortment All of which the largest and most varied i
Calf Bootees, do. do do. of tv'o \ks from the commencement of said: sales.: n'trmf! of the fourth article of the Constitution l he amended Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of Boilc'irgi pi ice*. we at th lowest c
4 Fashionable Ceaver and Leghorn Hats, Given under my hand, at the City of Washington so that the same khall read as follows: 3d. That the and at short notice the '
The close hand : put ,
season 1 now at when they be- up itter city July 25, 15t6. 1 LEWIS
Men' and Bo\s' Palm Hats, this ixth dat of April Anno Domiiii one thousand come most troublesome:: to children. Representatives shall he chosen on the first Monday br rr.untry. I t_AMES,

Cotton Ginghams and Silk Umbnllaj. eight hundred and forty-seven. in the month of October, in each and every second a new invention for draining which Molasnes.ii .
Hard Ware. JAMES K. POLK. Or. oolrl'fsVo..n SpecificIs year from and after the first election under this a- ALO. it for market in two days Sugr. the -

Mill, cross-cut, hand key. tenant and woo Saws. By the President : a safe and cff.cient remedy for Worm Try it.- mended Constitution, or on such other day a may wi to call and mmine. bg '(J BARRELS For FIR RATE MOLASSES
Augersfileschisels and braces,with bils a' rt'd, RC'H.\m 1f. YOUNG, I is a cowl a* the} best, and cheap at the cheapest. be directed by law.: pln'er patent Well and Cistern single and double Rod March sle !

Knob,_ plate I ,_stockJad.. _trunk, cupboard, Cormiliont of the Central Land Office. Mr..Joseph Shipley. of_Muscogee Co., Ga.,says it Sec. 3. Be further enacted That the fifth clause Pumps, well adapted to plantation w. 13, 1847. 3 J. R FORTPRLV''S .
flux, nor!'e anu till &K3, .9c>vi&cu, brought away v 'Worms from a negro child,Iwlon. of the aforesaid article be so amended a to read as March C, 1S47. 33
Pocket and table Knives, h and butchers' do.. NOTIC TO PRE-EMPTION. CLAIMANTS. jog to him in a short time. follow, viz: The Senators !hal be chosen: by the ONLY.
Carting and Forks l.vey person entitled to the right of preemptionto .lr. John J. Little, of Whitesville, Geo., says I qualified electors, for the four years at the
RAZORS Inh'e left of Old Rough and Ready Razor any lands within the townships above enumerated, gave it in one case and brought away 50 Worms. In came time in the same manner, and in the same SAS DS' SARSAPARILLA, SPRING STI'LES-1547.
; Straps. is required to establish the same to the satisfaction another case, it cured his negro woman of Tenia or place where they vote for member of the House of

German silver table and tea, Britannia table and of tho Register and -ceiver of the proper Land Office Tape n' rn. Representatives; and no person shall be a Senator FOR TiE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CUE LEE & BREWSTER.

\ :,' tea, apJ iron table and tea Spoon, and make payment therefor, as soon as practicable Mr. Thomas Boyd, of Coweta Co., Geo., says, I 1 unless he be a white man, a citizen of the United DISEASES ARISING FROM .
I Box, coffee,and corn 111s. Brass preserve Kettles, after seeing this notice and before the day ap. \ave it to &negro boy who was in bad health; i it Statesand shall have been an inhabitant of this State IMPURE STATE OF THF CI.OOD 44 CEDAR SRE. NEW YORK,
Log, fifth, trace dog Chains.Wrought pointed 'Inc the commencement of the public Bale cf brought away immediately 3>; worms! He was loon for two years next preceding his election, and: the OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM Eeg l leave to inform Dr Goods,that t tW

iron Grid-iron, Waffle and Wafer-irons, the lnua embracing the tract claimed; otherwisesuch well,and remains:so up to this time.. > last tear a resident of the district or county for which VIZ: have received, and are now exhibiting, at THE

Collins No. 1 Axes, Steel Traps. cai will be forfeited.RICHARD. January, 1817. he shall be chosen, and shall have attained the age Scrofula or King,?! Eel, RJuuati. Obstinate WAREIOtSE ECLUSn'ELY.for Printed Cs*.
Ames Spades, and long and short-handle Shovels M. YOUNG "GRIHIN. Pike Co., Geo., July 12, 18 IC. of twenty-fit years. Cutaneoia Eruptions,Pimples *on tit o'.
:. Snaths shrub Scathes, and reap Hooks, COI11iuwnn the General Land Office. Dr. Woodruff! .Please forward immediately three Sec. 4. Beitfurtherenacled, That thesixhcau3 Face Blotches Lies, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring 5@ CASES] ,
Fair and good supply Mechanic Tools, and April 2ISH.. 40 t dozen of your Worm Specific We have calls for it of the aforesaid article he so red IVory* or Tetter., Scald Head,Enlargement and Comprising all tbe
Jfany, many articles in the Hard-ware line not daily. Send it without delay. Rlpetfuly. rolo\'n.' viz: The classification of Senators, a made Pain of the Bones and Joint. Stubborn Ulcer, C New Spring Styles,
,_ S mentioned. Bar and Billiard Room. JNO. & tnt session ol the General Assembly held in Syphilitic S.'mptOI Sciatica tr Lumbago and Of British, French, and American ta"1fadW

;:; Willow and Wood Ware. MONTICELLO. FLORIDA. TALenT Co.. flpo.. December 19. t: the year shall continue unchanged. ;"one hal Dneasct arising from an injudicitut use of M>rrury ,I whicl in ADDITION to their usual stock,ruc

t ". Chums, 3'sizes-Tubs of all sizes, undersi'ened respectfully informs his friends Dr. Woodruff have r e'ntl.d trial i of you ot whom a nearly a possible shall be chosen ,Jlsates or Dropsy, Exposure o Imprudence their assortment one of the mOt mDtlfl*
Well Pails Bra.i and iron-bound Buckets, TiE the public that le lias opened BAR AND: Worm Specific in very bad the hippieseffect. t ever hereafter biennially for the term of Jour years: in Life. Also. Chronic Csnsli.'utionalflisorders. tractive in the city; and bai gjt bm pnrcbtadFOR
Buclts. Wood-measures. BILLIARD ROOM in Monticello, on the West side I think more of it than ever, and believe i it Provided, however, anti it is hereby delred. that I11S preparation is a combination hitherto. unknown CASH AND

Willow Kelen.Chair* and)Carriages, for children of the public square for their accommodation, and will do in 99 cast in the 100. the term of office of that dasu of .1.. in the history of Medicine, difern entirely Are oferf by the piece or CIEDI som
,. Work Baskets and covered Market ditto solicit their patronage. HU BILLIARD TABLE is J. E ROPER, M. D. red at the first election under the amended Constitution in its character and operations various tt.at and below manufacturers th

t : one the most approved pattern,and it in excellent shall extend to,and expire on, tbe first Monday preparations Sarsaparilla which have been of prices (corrected daily,)price
Groceries. p
". ordet. His. BAR ia stored with (the be4t. tines, Li'uort TiE REMEDY NEEDEDFor in Otober. eighteen hundred and fiftv. at different times offered to the public. It acts specifically Catalcge Knv .p._ a C
,. Young H\fon,Imperial and Powchong Teat and Cigars; also a variety of COXFECTIX.HY. I it further enacted That tbe first election upon the whole system, thereby bringing it i Purchasers --;- -- themselves of tie lta a f
Rio and Jan Cofe His room* will be opened at all hours, Dysfnltry, Diarrhira, Griping Pains, and ( for Assemblymen under this amended Constitution under iU direct and immediate influence. Although the market, wilDfor repaid for examination
.t *i* .' :" .' Butter and; ,, ; and, by strict attention to business Snmmcr Complaint of Children. shall take place rn the first Monday in Oto possessed of powerful healing eTecU, yet it is entirely even i if they do b pnrchase.wel a

. .1 : .. Roe lerrDg. in bare: and a desire to please e. he hop to dye general: satisfaction From the late lamented Captain Houua. Georgia ber eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and harmless, so that it cannot injure the most del L. & B. have peculiar advantages(or ..
e'. No. in i bls., brand IB. to his customers. and see him. Rgimet. session of the General Assembly, under this amenddcii icate constitution. When in perfect health, no of.I deB for prints,which are respectfully .
: ., 10 ibbI.. Fulton Market, No. 1 Beef S B. BARRINGTON. DR.noO bG July 24, 18'IC. Constitution,shall commence. on the fourth Mon I fet is produced by its use except an increase of appetite LEE flrt
S White Beans, Rice dried .\pple and Peaches Monticello, May I. 18". 41 Dr. M. Woodruff Dear Sir-I owe you an apolozy day in Novmbr, in the )year eighteen hundred and I ; but when di3a is seated in the 'came, an I &BREWSER
Srdine io ibbls. sous Pigs-feet for not acknowledging before this the receipt of abs ( carrying fast its victim along the path of lif- Se
'bs.! Syrup Sheriff's Sale. of your Dysentary Cordial which you had the Passed Snatt. December 22, IS-IC.. its mysterious influence is felt and seen; it erkindles Jar.uazy2l847. 27 t2

; Sperm Candlf. Colgate Pearl Starch, virtue of' a writ of fieri facias issued from to send me while in Columbus, for the use MAYS, President of Senate. new life, and vif -, and health and strength
.. Colgate pale S.p. brown and toilette Saps, BY the Clerk's office of the Superior Curt for the of my corps.I IL ARCHER Secretary ot Senate. to the suffering and bring By the last t Arrivals] from New York,
i : .5 -Catsups, have fount' it a most valuable and House of December 29, .TFTTTH STRANGER FICTION." LET
Pikle. auorte County of Le. n,Middle Di tric of .bereintbe meicne. only PU Representatives is THA: have
t '. Olve loaf and crushed Union Bank: of Florida i* and Benjamin regret thai have not a supply of Whcnfver my IS.6. ,, THE .'AC.SPEAK FOR THEELvEs.-The following TTTE' V: received a very superior style of
., Snu of several Factories F. Adm'r. of R. C. plintif.deCed.iadefen- men have followed t the directions they have invariably ROBERT BROWN Speaker Ho. of Reps.M. certificate is only another l link in the great chainof French Black Cloth,
:Iutad Spice; assorted. bae levied upon Alen. for sale, found relief. We hare suffered and are suffering D. PAPT, Clerk House Reps. testimony!to its merits. Let the afflicted read and Superior Style of Wool-dye Cloh,
Putty, White Lead Window Glass, before the Court House door,wi the expose town of Mon. much from Dtncntary, occasioned by the wretched Febiuarv 27.1 47. 32 6m be con.incec What it has done once -it- wi do-- Tl/\ftl. I7roon.. Fron/. I
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t. : Train, Linseed, an-1 Lamp Oils, water we have to drink but Cordial is .
i ticello! on the first Monday in June next within Icgal I your restoring Notice. again. Olive &
Good cbewin, smoking and low price Tobaccoes, honrs, the following described property,to wit : all to their wonted health and tigjr. With CHARLESTOWK, Mass, 23d, 19-1G. Bro\fn"
: I months after the publication of this notice, I Spt Coffee Brown U-
.' .. Powder Shot Lead, &c. &c. & ThisSouthofSee.ll, my sincere thanks for your kindness and best wishesfor SIX This that ,
J 1 "h:1 apply to(the Honorable James M. Gilchrist, may certify my son aged seventeen
.' = The i of Section I jour success, I 3m your obedient servant has been for afflicted with the -ALSO-
U. ten
Weft tInTI n S Sand P tad Probate for Gadsden County, for letters of years s rof'Jlou
y. O( The:inhabitants of the city and county, TheEruftheSF.1ofSec.' 10, I ISAAC HOLMES, Capt. Macon Guards. dismission as Administrator the estate of Susan humor. At the age of seven years he had the mtle Cassimercs of be latest Style.

'' and of adjacent counte are particularly' requested TheEioftheNElofSec.l5. A fresh supply of the above valuable meicnes. S. Snell,deceased. which probably caused this humor to make il ap READY MADE CLOTHING.
..,.!. to call and k or theUlps-and. especially Levied upon a the property of said defendant ando just received and! for sale by Lewis kme!. Dru. R. L. ED Adm'r. pearance in a most singular way, covering hi* body CO- Call and purchase those who'want good barjrabs.
we call the attntion whose be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias. gists, Talaha.sle; al.o, bR.. M., ; Qoincy. December 12, lS4C.. IrDS.Cm from his head to his feet with small tumors. I consulted BCLL fc PRATORItTS.
taste was never knwn to err. It will afford Inc great SMITH [ Sheriff. ; Jas. [1. Beard, p. M., Miccosookic i a Doctor olleicine. and he examined him Januarys 2, 1847. 2CIABLES-
i'. pleasure to display before them the diversified and April! 2'% IS 17. 41THF Loon County ; S. F. Burner, MiccosookieSamuel : E. DAn AnD, Jr., three days in tucteion. not understanding his *
p I attractive FANCIES in Store.Jnimfdiate Pulcston, Druzgiat, Monticello; James lime, INFORMS his friends and the public case,advised me to consult Dr.Rogers,of New York ARCHERSTANat
"r, ., .- I and punctual attendance, will b Quincy; Joshua Davie.of Gad.den County ; D. Baker he has taken the store on the cor. I (then being a resident of that city. After a long Tallahassee,and the plut-

..5.' I paid to.all orders sent me. P. M., ChatfbOhie. :and Wm. Powers, Merchant Monroe Two Hundred Foot and critical examination, h.in more than thirty R l.btcbel in To.
i .S S. F. BUR-XEY ,. nearly opposite ant the Court House, I other medical gentlemen him at the same time county.Georgia and .
_April 17, IgJ7 39-[ScNnxet,,please copy.Teters' April 3, 1547. 37NEWBOOKS&c. may be found a general assortment he pronounce it Scrofula, or King's EviL The Febr'Jar 20, 31
..-: i AND MEDICINES. Every at. thpn prescribed f f.r,and commenced taking Received.
Pills of Physicians and Planter medical drugs from that He grew worse .os
Vegetable for June of 1337. and then his bones became affected inconsequence A FEW mon copies of Headley's Napoleon and

.... Truth Is mighty, and In this case has GREAT ARRIVAL JUS received per Brig Rudolph Groning. biogra- Co supply q'Jalty.lo Nlh.' of the mercury that had been given him.A his i Marshalls. Also, a fine Guitar, for saleb/
Prevailed IDCTF.RS' of John Randolph of Roanoke, CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC piece of bone came away from his undcr-jaw, in January9.1S47. 2: P. A. HAYWARD.
3O Bushels, or 25.OOO Boxes of Michckt's history of France, complete in 2 'ol,. I WOR1f. .valuable articled. .. and the most aeree.ibliimf __. the first nlace. as lartre as an Kntrlinh walnut. :niprp .
,1 : J. PLLc have ft. M the firit been a favorite Dr. Gordon's Family Pills the Roman Republic.' ; ;; : administering-medicines.SHERMAN'S 0. from bisforneadasiarge as a sixpence:and a piece M. D. PAPY,
Soul. but their
+ ; ; now consump. Amey Herbert,b W. Sewell, from the of his
near crown head. It then
.;: POOR MAN'S PLASTERS the went to <
." lion i i. confined to no section. In the North the Aunt 'a Maria J. JUS2BSyi! 2' 2' W9
Tales Macintosh
and increasing demand for this new and Ritty's by hcapest and best plaster ever offered to the public the back and side, and discharged in three places.
i .f. 1.4.> Lst. and the;West, as well a beyond Ute Potomac : celebrated medicine and the numerous Revolt of the XelhtrJndi. Rheumatism, Pains in the Back, Side,and Weak- From thence to one of his limbs separating in consequence WILL Prtice in all the Courts in the'Middb
', : South America, India, and the West Indies cures they are daily effecting, in all portions of th The Bk ot Travels in Afri., ')Ie's Games neg3&C lo of the ulceration, the muscles and cord Office on the first floor of theCap-
.5. they are known and appreciated. The demand where they have been introuced. of : I .Anecdotes, Maor't harrier DR. FOLGER'S OLOSAONIAN, ALLlEALINGBALSAM.aninvaluablearticlefor from the bones of the ankla joint on the back part. .itol,South wing, room formerly occupied tilSecretary
.i: fur them has jno parallel In the annals of medicine, COUDt. Liver: Complaint., Diseases, i The Fairy Bower.Margaret Perci val,by W.Sewell, AIlo. or He had at one time fifteen\ running sores or of the Territory.!. b.

i :. aad it nay be aid of their ad ocatea- with their well known attendants, Sick Headache.1 Six Lectures on the use of the Lungs,bj S.S.Fitch, Coughs, Asthma, Bleeding at the Lungs, Colds from the glans or tbe throat and those places I issue have November 15. 1845. 1
it still '' Consump-
:' Tlje cry they come &c.baa induced the undersigned to make Te Horses foot, and how to keep it sound, by W. In 1810, I in
arrangements tion and its kindred diseases. containing mentione. Portmouth. N. H., a
:, In all disease of the stomach the -
their Pampblet. JOHN ERSKINE
Dogs, and varietiestheir ,
origin treat.meut&c.by
0 aominal1i. to receive his stock direct from the proprietor, ; certificates from in I was attacked Fever, nhjch .
the persons high standing,
( cere, the liver,or system reaectng -
'. ative and tonic acting generally,the constituent alte.. aDd would say to their numerous customers,that they 1i.D. Richardson: > ; its valuable effect,can be had gratis, by ttt in one of his hips, which.swelled as large as ATTORNEY AT LAW,
applying -
proprie. upon are prepared to supply them wholesale and retail, at Knowlon's complete Farrier, above. the other Being under Medical treatment
., ; '. froputit and Mo.will produce an imme. New YOlk piices. Splenrid titiOM of Moore's Poems; Campbell's,, a January 10.184B. Mtf they gave him laudanum until he lost his reason.- attend Qnlncy the Florda. of !
perform Talaha"ee.
t cure.TESTIMONIALS. THOMAS M. TURNER Savannah. Hudibras, .tLL Justice &
BurJ' SCtl roms. ulr.s Then I became alarmed, and sent for a Thomaonian. the
t: A lrgp stocic of these excellent Pills just received, George,tle of th. of France,by Dumas SHERWOOD'SMAGNEI His medicine helped his Kip and resored reason. Count. Cicnit of Middle
: .
: / Extract ol.a letter from Dr. ( Philadelphia hi and in of
: d. ;. Wainrs.of o ''I and ''Ir fale. at 25 cents per box with full directions, ; rexorKin. hy Mrs Gore; the Black Prophet, REMEDIES, GOLD PILLS AND The third time he was fever in N ajaent.Co ntea Geoqifr
dated 2, the atackeitb
Your Pills
.. llebruary 19.0 are b LEWIS the Heaths, vembr 22.185.
y & AMES, MILES NASH and EDWARD Woma'.1rials,by 1SJ2 when hearing of and t
. mildest in th operations and most in I MAGNETISED PLASTER. : Salapari. 03-:;
yet powerful
'. .' IARNARD, Talahue. ., and on enquiry will Mr. S. C. Hall; Master Timothy' Book Ce, bein perfectly satisfied that had Sntinel
f '. their effects of any that I have ever met with in a be found in al and villages in the South The Devil's Wedding Ring ; Buff and BIle. For Chronic Diieasn of the Organs and limbs. failed effecting a:cure I al and procured six bottles HAMLIN
practice of eight and Their action set ,
iJ. yean. The E. L. Bulwtr TheBlacfc Mendicant NATHAIEL
and West. by /CHRONIC
Enchanterby ; and the he
aDd DISEASES of the by time had taken it all I consideredhim
the hence the of the blood .
,.'. is chyle on impurities _MayS, 1817. 42 fim ,Valentine McCIutchy, the Irish Agent, -5 \ f class Hypertrophy,may invariably well. Those places heakd-he became bright Factor and Commission lerrhut
vfcnr : '
iL : : evidently ',
''. .'. of U i'riling. Henry of Que.a The Miller of Martique.by Wm. lerert. be distinguished by the and lively -color came to his face and lip*-from NEWORLEANS.Col. .
: Etrat. leter 6, IS41:-"For Hal fevers The Spaniards their Count'.I.y l Lor Ford pail which i i. produced by pres- that time till the Fall of 1841, his complaints never WM. BAILEY Jefferson Co.) .
Hazlitt's Life of .
.4 b. Naplen. ewe o the ganglionsol tho _pi.a troubled him. At that time he became deaf, which
for pidity of the bowels, and I Ju. KIRKSXT Esq.,Tallahassee.
enlargement : )
.ick headahe. .,\'ew.Music for nal nerves, in the intervertebral until last March, when his RunnO
continue right
of the fpleen, Dr. Peters Pills are an excellent -4 eye be! D. LAnD Newport. )
:1 ...: medicine. School Books. spaces along each side o the came af te; from that to the lef eye covering the E.IS47.

: : For ssle by LEWIS AMES MILES NASH, 20 copies 01ndorf'new method of learning te spine no matter what may sight eye so that he W3 in a great measure 2
b EDWARD BARNARD. & read, write SPCo" 44 _4 have. en given to the. malady byP rlpnrivpil-- of siht i N. M. MARTIN,

.' :, May S.I%"1. Cm 20 CotoU'1 New French Reader, physiclans,00sologists, or other i Knowing i Sands' Sarsaparilla was the only Commission
: ,4 of \ :medical writers. The thus medicine that had done him and Forwarding Mtrtiiat,
TiE success (tbes Pills in curing in a few 20 Elementary French Reader, pain ever any I applt
I : : :.:. CABINETiAKING.JLYNCII. where all othe remedies have failed, and 20 Mndeies Course of Beading, : produced will be more or less to Mr. Fowle, Apothecary at Boston Vo. lOt Pojdras street, -
that too, in cases of twelve and eighteen months 20 irtion*, adapted to Morse's New severeaccoru.lingto the intensity has taken fifteen dollars worth, which has removed,, NEW-ORLEANS LA. ,
':, landing-warrants the assertion, that if taken ac. Geography.20 Graham's English S nonymes, of the disease or its active or the humor from his eyes and hearing and he now TDUYING, AND FOfrJL
t. :: : & cording to the directions, they are a certain cure.- Progressive German Reader, 1 passive state at the time. Pressure appear to be cnred, ai.d radically so. I verily be. ) SELLrG., RECEVING.
Tl AVING OrDOl entire stock and interest oft A long list of certificates in proof of their infilliility Arnold' Greek Prose Campojition, Antbon's Horace on the ganglions next above lieve all this latter trouble might hare been avoided i atended BErEa prmp.
.: '. might be added, but those the the first cervical vertebrae, indicated in the annexed if I had continued thorougly the use of the T
.) jLjL Francis Wtenker in the Cabinet Shop are > upon direcionsare Exercises and Illustrations on the Black Board, Sarsaparilla Jvo. W. ARGYLE, Ball,
".'*.* prepared to d0 all kind of work in that line, and deemed sufficient. Try them and b cnyinctl by John Gouldibury; Daie'. Arithmetic I engraving by No. I, deermine tubercular disease of when he was under its influence the first time. A. BtrrwicK, LAnuI. a
*?:r' hoe the patronage heretofore given to the shop will tha they are the most effectual and and the Olney's Geography, Comstock's Philosophy, jibe Head and Brain Eyes or Ears; on the These are the simple statements of the facts of the 5, 1846. S SJaur.Decembr
I-l' I Their experience inthe very best remedy ever offered t to-the public to insure Parley's Common School Histrffy. French Testaments -space No. 2, that of the Muscles, Joints or Limbs ; case, and I feel it my duty to make those facts known

1q '*' .i' warant.cntinue', in saying they can give satisfaction.buin a permanent and lasting cure.. New York Expositor, The Dislric School on the space No. 3, that of the Lungs; on the space to the publc. for the benefit of those who may b Molasses and Fish Barrels

f .' They execute their ww k well, and are willing to di.. BKAGG'H STaE, Lowdes Co., Ala, > Speaker Smith's Grammar Geography, No. 4, that of tbe Stomach; on the space No. 5, that manner: feeling a full conviction T hlEunderaigned has on band and
:' :'\, Pose it on u reasonable terms as any other work. April 29, 1845. ) and Atlas, Angell's Series, No.. 1,2,3,4. of tho Liver and at the letter A.that of the Spleen ; cure has been effected solely from the effect of this engage any quantity constatl 8YHor Wui
!V men o the State. 1 D. G. A' Tyler:-Dear Sir:-This may certify Sundries. on the space No. 6, that of the Small Intestines on invaluable medicine. FISH BARRE the( .uptror, Cpr 3 t t
.1 ; <;: March 20, 1B47. 35 .fer using many preparations for the cure of 2 Washington, Btjley and Woodward' Cols I the space No. 7, that of the Kidneys; on the space HANNAH W. BECK, 223 Main at. 40 Fish holdin
Ir..T t Chi. Fever.and nDendiDJ snmP frn-fv.fiu's i L nalsnuc'. Court. las phy.icani' \;without-any benefit' ,'i p; Bronze Morocco, Writing Band Map Tracing that of the Testes, &e onally appeared above named Ifa ahVB: k, Fe 18' LDD-

.T >-J. tyiHE District,Leon County cur a > Fever and Ague at Paper, Borders for House paper, Dice Boxes'Tissue, It U no matter whether tenderness be found in one and made solemn oath that the above by .Just Received by J. Fortune,
JL will holdStheir next Court on the second Mon dolar. which cured me effectually, Pis. Paper Silver Pen and Pencil Case t.Gold T.>let Pen. or more places,or whether one or more of the organs her subsribe and statements certfcate. 2 DZE Ladies" fine J' Kid C10'l-

day in June. Return day. -4th of June. Joba i iut this di.treing and unpleasant aer ha cils Steel Beads, Purse Rings and Twl. Spool or limbs be disue a the curative.cea,under the are Before roe, contane rich I
,. Wilson. J. W. Sherwood and Robert Ect. are the re twelve months. I nave them cm.plant used Silk (or Bags and Prs.steel color Jbc. splendid use of tbe eit.proceeds in one and all of the JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace. 3 printed Lawns,

-i minieeria officers 0 CurL Under a eent (&e and not a single box hu failed. I beieve assortment of Podtft,Kius.Pen Knivr ana Hunt diseased organs at the tame time. To determine For farther particulars and conclusive evidence of 8 Crash, .
: S.' te'., be but one collecting them to be the very best and most safe and cer- ing Knives, Embossed. Silver Em- the necessity of these remedies, it it only its superior value and efficacy, see pamphlets, which Russia and: Cotton Diaper fee...
docket whichiwill be under the direction of a mat ain cure for ague and fever that can be used,and unequalled bowed and Gilt Fine Note1pr. necessary to detect the tenderne of the ganglia, in may be obtained nf Av ntm. r.ti.; March 1847. 31
t j"rtlof undersigned Justices. FAb officer will a* a tonic restorative in all debilitated con. Letter and Cap Evlop. For sale by any of the spaces on either side of the .Pepre and ldb1-A.:&. D. SANDS,Drug -1'
:t rtsporsuble fo the papers put in his hand dltion.ol the ,y"Im E. MYERS. Paer. P. A. HAYVARD. pine. These remedies invariably cure every case Fulo.street, corner of William,N.Y. State Tax Collector's Sale.T .

i.r for eoUetoo; Office, for the present,at the Court Price $1 per box.with full directions. For sale, May.: 1847.- 4 in the first stages of the disease,and a great majority Sold also LWIS.AMES.Tallahaiuee.SMITH. )Y virtue of the power vested in me by law,I wU

: lq. t a Tallahassee Ft*. by LEWIS'fc AME MILE of those in the last,including rubcrcula] consumptionand A..CATLN. ... WHITING.St.Marks, expose for tale,before)be Court HOW door
e1'11 { C. E BARTLE. J. P. NASH EDWARD BARNARD. and white iwellings. Incipient consumption is frequently generally throughout the United the city of Tallahassee, county of Leon,on the**
i J. P. be found .in all the towns and villages South and Notce. Jam1 J I detected by these .ymptou.even before the States Monday in July next, the following property9
t ii: ) : \ EDWD. M. WEST, J. P. Ve t. ALL perrons etate of Lynch, cough commence. Thee no other remedy for Pie,$1 per bottle. Six bottle for $5. much thereof will pay the State and County tax
late of Marion
lMayI5.154lh -43 May.8, 1847.. 42 6m dceas. make County, Fldida, are the disease,is well known to every physician. The : public w respectfully reuete to'remember the tame for th year 1846 : .
For Sale. I. to payment to the *u' Briber; remdie are perfectly safe for persons of all ages and that it is Sands ha been Lola Nos, 817,318, 319,. 330,original plan,P
all those ( demand
l I having against sail estate, conditions, and
require no of diet and is
Groceries. change except that achieving such remarkable of 179. north addition, ot tha city of Tallahassee"
J ALJELYlERGJRLte or Twelve years of FULL assoitment juit,received and for tale by ''I the will present theI totbe. same,duly attettei withia of a greater supply of food. For sale by tbe most difficult class of diseases to which the.ba.ma porting to belong to Davenport. .
A time required by law they will be rred
;. ae OfnVe. L. &If. GREENPF.FG fc CO. NIEL o 0 MILE NASH, frame is subject;therefore ask for Sands' Sarsaparilla A. A. FISHER, Shenfr
)" lS4. 41 t 1S17. recovery. FERGUSON, Jdrn'r.Crystal At the Post Fa. ,and take no other. Coonv-
I ? Aprils, 37 River Benton Co. OfcI.Talal e. and ex officio Tax Col.for Leon
: April 21, Mys,1847. 42 December 12, 1848. 30
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