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 26, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
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cofckg wu indeed to often rood unconsciously so superiorto all i SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATUBDAY, JtJME. 2t 1847. )VdJ.. IVllINO. 49. $ aeirbstcnthe cdtoreof Fro*T

tl rrivsls. ,Until was I' .. Hftekod flood; aaonery man ofl' ,. .
stn4 by$1seic to the real mintage. At I' rU.. thAt wbIat
tbd ... time,they( carried on their calling dis.I given fb fear; but this is a dangerous experi est and the most dangerous put of the trade .47fl.iDnIsrotry;r:?,; .'<-ties-.-+1r-3;of:?Bereaders"J i; "mnr* "VV tJeBgtttiag- the"' Metropolis. L I*1-; td...expect I..t tefdH a_

wife sack secreej that the j utterly baffled ment." in taking the home market. I can put you in i A scene oIDO'NJ]and peculiar interest occur.d \. Iftai sort nfassontfTrm is found efiectiveywe more, a makt opnls' tt&dtedo

CQTet1. I ,"Y au knew the danger beforehand, and a way to make ten times as much and with' at thef*!ay meeting oftkeNew: York His. ; shall be bearing next ofthe Brentfon w frt._t b satisfied wft say Ian,
An immense Reward was offered bye Jttrttte ,' subscribed to it ; you must enter alone with safety! Look at this I" and Monsieur Gira I' torical &ciety. A learned paper upon the Bohemians, the Chelsea Cherokees, or the na qcbaolvi U as.1*'
to My one:who would betray his accom. me, or not at all. Mark you the men are mount took a forged Spanish dollar from ,his ancient trails and territorial boundaries of the Mary-Ie-bone Mulattos. We have already These-' apply to a fruit, the peach

pUbes, and Monsieur Favart was placed-at the sworn to murder him who betrays them.- pocket,so skilfully manufactured,that the con far-farmed Iroquois had enlisted the attention been given to understand that the Kensington named being the subject wr O
head of a commission of inquiry. The per. Not for twenty-times 20,000 francs would I noitewt were lost in admiration.You may of the members so deeply that the usual hour Coolies will shortly be announced in conjuac- William Kenrick, of :Tho
tot had himself been a foul monnoytr, and have them know me as the informer ; my life! pass thousands of these all over Europe, except for adjounment was nearly rgc.tteD. When tion with the Hoondsdltch Half-castes, who m suitable soil for the peach ,is a,rich .
TOS as adept in the art; and it was he who: were not worth a day's purchase. Now, if France, and who is ever to detect you 7 Butit the reader at length closed his dissertation, a will, together fornish an Entertainment of the sandyloamAlightsoilanswerswelL *
bad dicoorered the redoubtable coiner, who I you feel secure in your disguise, all is safe.- will require better machinery than you have member of the Society rose and stated that most attractive character. We believe that The peach tire will D flourish on a cold stiff

had' .brought. the crime S into such. notoriety.. You will rocognize their persons; you can de. here." there was a veritable Iroquois of the full blood anyone may become naturalised as an Ethiopian wet soiL"
S pose against them at the trial; I shall have Thus conversing, Monsieur Giramount did present ; and, notwithstanding the lateness of in ten minutes, by applying a barber's A. J. Downing,o Newr.N. YM says ;
Monsieur Favai was a man of the most time to quit France." not perceive that Gawtrey had been examine : the hour the Society would perhaps grati. shop in the City,where an excellent complex. "Te very best peach 1 Is a rich,

daring bravery in tracing rogues and cut. ** Well, well 1 as you please." ing him very curiously and minutely. But fled to hear any remarks he might be willing ion,with black hands and curly wig complete. ,sandy loam ; next t this,a Ir mel.
throats. He awed them with his very eye ;; "Mind,you must wait in the vault with them Bernie had noted their chief's attention, and to offer upon the paper jusfread. The President may be supplied (or seven shillings. Several ow loam; thenathinhlgbtsandy ; and

yet:be had,been known to hare been kicked till they separate. We have so planted your once determined to join his new ally, when the Hon. Luther Bradish, warmly wel. British street ballad-singers hare lately re the pst i a hey compact, dJ tL"
don stain by his wife; and when he was men, that whatever street each of the gang: Gawtrey laid his hand on his shoulder, ind comed the suggestion, and an Indian, with all nouced the .English flag-or pavement-and ber ofn nr .
drawn into the grand army, he deserted on the takes in going home, he can be seized quietly stopped him. he characteristics his raco strongly printed assumed the colors of Ethiopia.-Punch. 'experienced many oei 1 .
era of the first battle. Such, as moralists say, and at once. The bravest and craftiest of all, "Do not speak to your friend till I bid yo\i, upon his frontispiece, slided from under the brought forar to prove that t oBi of :

is &e inconsistency of man who though he has just joined, is already their or-," he stopped short, and touched his shadow of the bookcases and planted himself Singular Incident at a BWl.hAt.Ccw ''many in or of this country, ar ue.
But Monsieur Favart was sworn to trace captain-him,the man I told you of who livesin pistols. upon the floor. The Redman smiled and years ago the inhabitants of Se villa read, one ly at varience with the best cr I

the:coiners, and; he had never (failed in any tho house, you must take after his return, in Bernie grew a shade more pale, but replied bowed with graceful solf-possession at the day with surprise, on the bill of the fight, this To grow good fruit,r something more
enterprise he undertook. One day he pre. his bed. In the sixth story to the right re. with his usual sneer, round of applause which greeted him ; and unusual announcement : "When the third bull than the trees. suppose that
merged himself*his chief with a countenance member: here is the key to the door. lIe is Suspicious! Well, so much the better! then \\' .rematkahk adJress he touched upon has fought the picadora and received three an Early York, or -uyoGr 4
o ''elated that :that penetrating functionary:, a gtant.ia strength, and will never be taken and seating himself carelessly at the table, he point after point of the discourse which had pair of bandcrillas! young herdsman who Mignooe peach, or Bartlett or 'par. 7
*aidtohimatonce- alive if up and armed." lighted his pipe. just been read,in language at once choice and brought it up, will in the arena. He are not a at one spot another f
appear g
"You hare heard of our messieurs 1"I "And now, Monsieur Giramount," said forcible and delivered with just that degree will approach the bull, caress him, and takeout I tree I mean ) they do they are -__; be- k:
** hare : I am to visit them to-night.'' The coiners were at their work. A man Gawtrcy, as he took the head of the table, hesitation which would characterize a speak. the banderrillas one by one, after which cause Mr. L. will take either a grew slec 1},ij
.*Bravo I How many men will you take 7" seated on a stool before a desk, was entering come to my right hand. A half Lolidy in er who was translating his thoughts. At last he will lie down between his horns." The !fruit, whilst by the let-alone principle, a 3* I'

From twelve to twenty, to leave withouton accounts in a large book. That man was your honor. Clear these infernal instruments, he came to a sentence iu which his white pre. announcement of so singular an interlude few years the fruit would b worthless.We .
'guard. But J must enter alone : such! is William Gawtrey. While with the rapid and more wine, tnt amis!" decessor upon the floor, had said, The Iroquois ,drew an immense concourse to the circus. then learn that peach, especially, ,"
the condition. An accomplice, who fears.his precision honest mechanics, the machineryof The party arranged themselves at the table. had left no monuments." His response The third bull appeared. It animal requires a light, dry, rich in vegitable matter S
was an
own throat too much) to be openly a betrayer, dark trade went on in its several depart Among the desperate there is almost invariably to this was a most animated burst of well provided with horns and brave. lie soil ; that the rootashouldbe cut in proportion ; 1 :{
will introduce me into the house ; nay to the menu-apart, alone, at the foot of the long a tendency to mirth. A solitary ruffian is I eloquence ; and from that moment, his speech, ripped up four horses in four very bounds received and to have really'select fruit, there should b 1

rery room. By his description, it is necessary table sat Philip !Morton. The truth had exceeded moody, but a gang of ruffians arc jolly. The having now a direct purpose, became one of I the banderrillas, and began to roar. Then, binning out practised. I cannot give a S
I should know the exact locale, in order to cut his dark suspicions. lIe had consented coiners talked and laughed loud. Mr. Bernie, the most touching and dignified appeals we ever 'I contrary to custom the lidiadores disappeared, ute detail how to cultivate for want of tie .J

off:retreat; so, to-morrow night I shall sur. to take the oath not to divulge what was to from his dogged silence,seemed apart from the listened to ; invoking the Society to interpose and the bull, remaining alone in the arena, and space-my object being,place the i
round the beehive and take the honey." be given to his survey ; and when led into that rest, though in the centre ; and, in a noisy circle between those who survived of his peo. continued trotting about and shaking the ter in its true light, and that no one may beisappointed.

They are desperate fellows, these coiners; vault, they bandage was taken from his eyes a silent tongue builds a wall around its pIe, and the influences which were at workto Bloody javelins over his neck. Suddenly a 1;
always better be cautious." it was some minutes before he could fully com- owner. But that respectable personage keptits expel them from the remnant of their ancient prolonged whistle brought him to the barrier.At All kind of fri trees do best on a soil peuliarly .. I

".You forgot I was one of them, and know prehend the desperate and criminal occupa. furtive watch upon Giramount and Gaw .possessions in this State. lie said- that moment a young man dressed en majo, adapted to them, but the spade,plow,

the! masonry." tions of the wild forms amid which towered trey, who appeared talking very amicably towards The honorable gentleman has told you that jumped into the arena and called the bull by and manure,can remedy much defect. < !
About the same time this conversation was the burly stature of his benefactor. As the the bottom of the table. he Iroquois have no monuments. Did he not name,-Mosquito! Mosquito! The animal For minute directions I refer t A. J. 1 1

I,. going on at the bureau of the'! police, in ano. truth slowly grew upon him, he shrunk from previously prove that the land ofGano-no-o, recognising his master, came up to him car- Downing. work on" Fruit Trees of Ameri- '
ther part of the town, Morton and Gawtrey, the side of Gawtrey; but deep compassion for "It seems to mo a little strange," said Mr. ho Empire State,' as you love to call it, was ressingly and appeased. The herdsman gave amply repay all cost to the cultiva- A
were seated alone. It is some weeks since his friend's the his voice to be heard trails from But (or of even a dozen or two trees. '
I degradation swallowing up Gawtrey, raising so as once lacey by our Albany to him his hand to lick, and with the other :
they entered Paris, and spring had mellowedinto horror of the trade, he flung himself upon one by the party, "that a coiner so dexterous as alo--trails that we had trod for centuries- scratched him behind the ears in a manner I: would like to see some of the choices ::1
summer. The house in which they lodg. oftbe rude seats, and felt that the bond between Monsieur Giramount should Le unknown to trails worn so deep by the feet of the Iroquois, which seemed much to delight the beast. peaches especially, on every farm in the state, 4
ed was in the lordly quartier, of the FabourgSt. 'them was indeed broken, and that the next any of us except Bernie." hat they became your own road of travel as Then gently taking out the banderrillas poor which .ndhave labored for this end for several years ; -

Germain. The neighboring streets were morning he should be again alone in the world. "Not at all,"replied Giramount ; "I work. Jour possessions gradually eat into those of myHjople. tore Mosquito's neck, he made him kneel and : but I would much regret if I induce any one .
venerable with the ancient edifices of a fallen Still, as the obscene jests, the fearful oaths ed only with Bouchard and two others, since Your roads still traverse, those same laid himself his back his head between the to expend one dollar for trees gave no sat. q

noblesse; but their tenement was in a narrow that from time to time rang through the vault, sent to the galley. We were but a small fraternity lines communication, and blind one part of lorns. The grateful bull seemed to listen section. Yet if they 'iS\grain among 1 1
dingy lane, and the building itself seemed beggarly came on his ear, he cast his haughty eye in : everything has its commencement." the Long House to another. The land of with delight to some rustic melody the herds trees, and prune them they must J
and ruinous. The apartment was in an 'I such disdain "over the groups, that Gawtrey, C'estejuste: burcz done, cher ami! Gnno.no.o--tbe Empire State-then, is our man was singing. The admiration of the not complain. I would as soon think of recommending I 1

attic on the sixth story, and the window placedat !. catching it, trembled for his safety; and no. The wine circulated. Gawtrcy began again monument! and we wish its soil to rest aboveour multitude, hitherto restrained by surprise now my friends to buy the common hard .f
the back of the lane, looked upon anotherrow thing but the sense of his own importance, and : bones when we shall be no more. We burst forth with Andalusian vehemence things usually termed peaches, a the follow.ing .
of houses of a better description, com. 'the brave not timorous desire not to perish by "You have Lad a bad accident seemingly, hall not long occupy much room in living No one can imagine the screams of joy uttered varieties, if they are to b planted o red a
municated with one of the great streets of the such hands, kept silent the fiery denunciationsof Monsieur Giramount. How did you lose your we shall occupy still less when we are gone ; if they have not seen a plaza detoros. On' all-side,and have cattle rsea hogs,&c.dec., I

yuartier. The space between their abode a nature still proud and honest that quiv. e.re1" a single tree ofthe thousands which shelteredour hearing the frantic applause which had accompanied runnning through them al tmeo
and that of theiropposite neighbors, was so ered on his lips. All present were armed In a scuffle with the gens a" armc, the flJ.refalhera-and elm under which the repcsentatives all his sufferings,the bull charmed manured,nor plowed, nor prne a lfe. i; '
narrow that the sun could scarcely pierce be. with pistols and cutlasses except !Morton, who night Bouchard was taken and I escaped- of the tribs were wont to meet until then, seemed to awake to real life. He time. The best varieties, I a' :\
tween. In the heat of summer might be found suffered the weapons presented to him to lie such misfortunes are on the cards." I -will cover us all ; but we would have our suddenly sprung up and bellowed. The Ely Tillotson, Early York, White Ipral \ I

there a perpetual:shade. unheeded on the table. C'esfejuste : butez done, Monsieur Gira., bodies twined in death among its roots, on the herdsman quickly endeavoured to Ryal George, Grease Mignonne,
The pair were seated by the window.- Courage mes amis!" said Gawtrey, doing mount!" very soil whence it grow perhaps it will last But it was too late. The animal as furious escape. 4th Elmir Burs Beauty Noblesse,Malta,
Gawtrey well dressed, smooth shaven as in his book : "courage A few months Again there was a pause, and again Gav.trey's the longer from being fertilized with their de. at having been betrayed, threw the Cln.Skinner's Superb, Old- M
his palmy time; Morton,in the same garments more, and we shall have made enough to re- voice was heard. cay!I" man in the air with his head, young muon, and H cath will in 6,to ten years D I
up receiving
:, in which he had entered Paris, weather stain. tire upon, and enjoy ourselves for the rest of You wear a wig, I think, Monsieur Gira The deep and respectful silence with,which him on his horns, ran him through trampled b worles i pntod to be treated some : I
ed and n.uedLooking at the parallel base. our days. Where is Bernie 7" these words were listened to, broken the cl *treat their trees. .'
mount 7 To judge by your eyelashes, your was on him and tore him to ..piecenoc..ithatan. ,
merit in the opposite house,Gawtrey said mut- "Did he not tell ?" said one of the arizans nexlmomeatby.a peal from the ire good fruit, icquhei trouble and
: you own hair has been a handsnm! mlnr. laughter an. ling aD the efforts ofthe cAitZb The corrida i.I___ ..t2_ L.. I
teririgly"I looking up. He has found out the We seek disguise, not beauty my host thence, at some grotesque touches of irony ; was suspended, and the consternated public .
wonder where Bernie has been and cleverest hand in France-the very fellow who and the police have sharp eyes." while sarcasm and eloquent invective on the silently quitted the circus.-Lowe'J Edinburg T Prt-Prn Polk contem- I
why.he has not returned T I grow suspiciousof helped Bouchard in all five.franc pieces. He C'csle juste : bvcez done-vieux Renard, next instant called out an involuntary murmur Magazine. days.
i that man." has promised to bring him to. ight." when did we two meet last 7" of j>!laudits, as th Iroquois speaker, proclaiming _ The New York Sun (a Neutral paper) in I
"Suspicious of:what?" asked Morton. "Of 1*Ay,I remember,"returned Gawtrey; "he "Never, that I know oft"! himself" a naive American," commended Courtship of a Bashful Clergyman.-The some remarks thereon, ob"e-uMeas- .J

11 his honesty! would he rob you 1" told me this morning: he is a famous decoy!" Ce n'st pas vrai! buvez done, MONSIEUR his white brethren for their alacrity in helping Rev. John Brown Haddington, the well' uring it by its relations a a'plihment
'*Rob me! Hump! perhaps. But you seeI I think so indeed," quoth a coiner, .* for FAVAET." the Pole,the Greek, and the inhabitants of known author of tho Self-interpreting Bible, the administration of Pol

am in Paris, in spite of the hints of the police he caught you the best head to your hands that At the sound of that name the the British Islands,"and recorded his approval was a man singular bashfulness. In token the most brilliant in our history. a ha f. ;
I ; be deaounce me." les industriels blessed with company the truth ofthu statement I need state relations with I
may ever were -sacre started in dismay and confusion, and the police philanthropy generally, provided orig. ofthe only strengthened our peace every
"Why then suffer him to lodge away from I""Flattery soil lived not his.courtshiD lasted SixTeirsiaa Mexico and its tenerg
tichtre officer forgetting himself for the moment, inal owners of tb. they on were that seven Yeas. nation in the world save ; by.
you?" ,"said Gawtrcy, coming from the excluded from its vide embrace. He thoughtit ; half passed away, and the Rev. in prosecuting the Mexican war, and "f
: from his seat and his hand
M Why 1 Beca&se,by baring separate houses desk to the table, and pouring out wine from sprung into his blouse. put well, too, that tie books of white men might trend gentleman had got no further forward heroi and enranc it has I 1
,there are two channels of escape. A dark' one of the bottles into a huge flaggon, "To occasionally allow, that an Indian had some than he had been the: first six days. This state for sho w Jti.
"Ho, there! there !I" cried Gawtrey, in a combine tt sgle t
night and a ladder thrown across from window your health." feeling for his parent or his son, for the wile of things became i intolerable ; a step in advance [ the country & .
voice of thunder and he caught the unhappyman uprepar
.to window, and he is with us, or we with Here the door slided back. and Bernie gli. by the throat.It ; ills bosom, and! for the land of his birth. His must be.made, and Mr. Brown summoned ha reste a aere. victories as unpar.
him;" ded in. gesticulations in this part of his speech were all his courage for the deed. Janet," of war .as they have 4
"But wherefore such precautions? You Where is your booty, mon brave tIt said was the work of a moment. Morton, iinularly characteristic, and added much tots said he;as they sat one night in solemn silence, !. role to the world. When was .
blind-you deceive me. What have you Gawtrey. 'Ve only coin money; you coin where he sat, beheld the struggle-he heard effect. Turning then to the president he .4 we've been acquainted now for six years an' I h tber ever uonuhing such a task set an accomplished '

done1 What is your employment now?- men, stamp with your own seal,and send them the death cry. He saw the huge form of the said- mair and I've ne'er gotten a kiss yet ;-d'ye in twelve months, by one moving at the 'i

You are mute. Hark you, Gawtrey! I have current to the devil I" master coiner rising above all the rest, as cut.. I have been told that the first object of think I might take one, ma bonnie girl ?"- head of a nation ? Our hsory. and those ; "l

pinned my fate to:you ; I am fallen from hope The coiners, who liked Bcrnie's ability, (for lasses gleamed and eyes sparkled around.tie -of his Society is to [reserve the history of the "Just as you like John,only be becoming and of other empires, furnish In I' 1
the and
itself: At times it almost makes me mad to he_ ci-devant engraver was of admirable skill 'saw quivering raised aloft powerless in those frame State of New York. You, all of you, know, proper wi' it." Surely Janet, we'll ask a twelve months an army rs pr
look'back; and yet you do not trust me.- ln their craft,) but who hated him for his joy the unhappy guest mightyarms the that alike in its win and its treaties the Iro. blessing." marched thousands of mies a.nd atr w
and it hurled
Since your return to Paris you are absent ous manners, laughed at the taunt, which Ber. presently was along quois,long before the Revolution, form a part The blessing was asked-the kiss was ta. hog with the fiercest o stars i
bottles the
whole nights-often days; you are moody nie did not seem to heed, except by a malig. beneath Abies- its crashing-laid before board tho shaking of that history ; that they were then one in ken,and the worthy divine,perfectly overpowered and stripes over 65,00 square miles o I I o
and thoughtful; yet whatever your business, it nant glance of his dead eye. weight-and very council with you, and were taught to believe with the blissful sensation, most raptu. Mexican country, to joy of the better part
seems to bring you ample returns. "If you mean the celebrated coiner, Jacques eyes of Morton, a distorted-a lifeless mass. themselves one in interest. In your last war rously exclaimed, often millions of oppressed Mexican people. 1- i
Will you then trust me ? You are engaged Giramount,he waits without. You knowour At the same instant Ga.'vtreysprung upon the with England, your red brother-your elder 6 woman! But it U GUDE-we'll re. For this toil devotion, and, glory' achieved
In some horrible traffic;it may be blood! rules; I cannot admit him without leave." table his black frown singling out from the Brother-still came up to help you, as of old, turn thanks." which is mightier fruits for the ftr
1 am no longer a boy; I have a will of my "Bon we give it-eh, messieurs ?" I group the ashen,cadaverous face of the shrink on the Canada frontier Have we, the first Si months made the-pious couple roan and we ask that the President o visiting o .
own. I: will not be silently and blindly en. "Ay,ay," cried several voices. "He knows ing traitor.. Bernie had darted from the table holders prosperouareligion,no longer a and added his descendant, who humorously may rive a full wecom the grateful i -
trapped perdition; if I march thither it shall the oath, and will.bear the penalty." -he was half way to the sliding doorhisface share in your history 7 Glad were your fore- told the tale, a happier couple never American hear coms t U from the f
be with my own consent. Trust me, and this "Yes, he knows the oath," replied Bernie, turned over his shoulder, met the eyes of fathers to sit down upon the threshold of the spent a long and useful life together. south, the generous south,which has just been f a

day, or we part to-morrow." and glided back. the chief. Long House :' rich did they then hold themselves receiving a distinguished statesman of.thenorthwithopenarmandletitnotbesaid
"Be ruled. S+me secrets it is better not to In a moment more be returned with a small Devil !1" shouted Gawtrey, in his terrible in getting the mere sweeping from its Corn Story.-A writer in the Spirits the '
know." man in a mechanic's blouse. The new comer' voice, which the echoes of the vault gave back door. Had our forefathers spurned you fromit Times who dates from Mobie. and sig we lack the courtesy and 'cuthusiasm due to : i ithe
"It matters not! I have come to my deci. wore the Republican beard and moustache, of, from side to side, "did I not give thee up my when the French were thundering at the hiOelf"The Deacon," he most illustrious servant of the country.ur .- .
lion! I ask yours." a sandy gray; his hair was of the same color i soul that thou mighst not compass my death 7 opposite end, to get a passage through and I little ofthe tallest corn story heard lately," as > common council should prepare to re.ceive J
Gawtrey paused for some moments in deep -and a black patch over one eye increasedthe I Hark ye I thus dies my slavery and all our secrets drive you into the sea, whatever has been the follows : him a his high office and exalted services .
thought. At last Ae lifted his eyes to Philip, ill-favored appearance of his features. : I" The explosion of his pistol half swal. fate of other Indians the Iroquois might still "Being one day in the village ofYS. deserve. Our citizens should come o
and replied, "Diable! Giramount I but you are more lowed up the last word, and with a single bare been nation ; and I-I-instead of C. Ilistened to several planters stating en masse, and hail him with a cheer tht'&al
",Well, then i if| it must be. Sooner, or la. like Vulcan than Adonis !I" said Gawtrey. i groan, the traitor fell on the floor, pierced pleading here forthe privilege of lingering with. the amount of corn gathered from an acre- invigorate his heart and reward him
let, it must have been so; and I want a con. "I don't know anything about Vulcan, but through the brain; then was a dead and grim in borders-1-I might have had-a the number of cars produced from a single for his toil. Let the fairest If
dent. You are bold and will not shrink.- I[ know how to make five-franc pieces," said hush, as the smoke rolled slowly along the country your 1" stalk, &c. At length one who h remained rose sr the gayest banners ; .

You desire to know occupation; will you Monsieur Geramount, doggedly. roof of the dreary vault. As the Iroquois thus spoke,his dark features silent,commenced :- ule and ger preparation made ;
witness it **Are 7" tale Last that those who :,
to-night you poor were compressed from strong internal agitation Well, 'now tell my spring, |in honoring
Here a step wad heard on the stairr-a knock At this sally, the coiners, who had gathered A Stumper.-The following touch of the big tear gathered in his long be. while walking in my cornfield, I observed a faithfully serve us, we know no parties nor
at the doer and Bernie entered. He drew round uttered the shout with which in all circumstances ; a eye and "
subline was spouted forth by a western ora. fore he reached the close of the sentence ;ibut stalk growing very luxuriantly, beingcurious creeds.
aside Gawtrey and whispered to him as usual Frenchmen receive a bon mot tor, recently, at a war meeting : slowly uttering what he said, he held it to know if it wod''produce better, An old .
,for tome moments. a Humph !1" exclaimed Gawtrey, -who res- Men of blood I friends of Washington I that suspended there with such resolute firmness than the others, I atu which I had AfttfuoZ Consolation.- der j

Gawtrey nodded his head, and then said aloud ponds with his own life, for your fidelity old boss, General Jackson-I want your attention that it did nut fall, while his eye became in my hand it I thought no more wbohadanoldtalloruhisbeadI.orcr from a neigboring
"1 do," said Bernie. for has burst and Ju. which about until being in the one day for many years, returning
lightning upon us, glazed with the gatheriug emotion it fie where Thomas was in the .l
To-morrow we shall talk without reserve Administer the oath to him. piter has poured the ie! of his wrath down the words alone bad not the power to relieve.- about gathering time, I very ex. sacrament, a thoughtful con&at and
before nay. young;! friend. To-night he joins Suddenly four men advanced, seized the greasy shanks of the Mexicans. Thunder has We never witnessed a stronger sensation in traordinary stalk of corn, and on counting the habit attending thus him fellow travel. ;

na.tI visitor, and bore him from the vault to another broken loose and slipped its cable, and the' assemblage ; and we rejoice for the hon ears,I found thirteen full grown, besides nubbins. Ierthe"nist6T$11 silent pause, : h .I
"To.n ptJrei'J aneei well! said Bernie, one within. After a few moments they mighty valley of the Mississippi reverberates any or of the Historical Society that it instantlytook It now occurred to me that this mu ..aThoIcnnotweliteflbowtfsdiour c
He take the
1rlt 1 J cool must oath; returned. with the thousand hisses of Santa be the I marked in the on '. !
tongued order, as the first step, for preserving the stal ariD church should getting thinner and thinner :
and his you wltJa'yoar.JU" .' will be responsible for "Death to yourself) your wife,"your son, and Anna and his smaller fatua that rev lve around. remains of the Iroquois i in this State,to raise a looking my stick, found a e growing i I for I am sure b as well as ever I \
honesty. your grandson if you betray us! the benighted and wooden.l g pop-gun of of to bring back the remnant of that!" pra than i
u I. sum money 0 did, and should have more I'\
rile. form
AT.it is the I have neither a son nor crandson : as Montezuma. We sloped. f expriea
**Good-bye till we meetslid Bernie, wife Monsieur le offer a the families expatriated last summer ; one a when I first came among .
,there Captain, you
and sires of the half of whom have in the "
Citizens already
bloody perished 6* .
grounds up. Indeed, replied Thomas, I
withdrew.! bribe, instead of a threat, when you talk of U don't you think that Mr Bold is ahandsome oI mner .
which fathers I of Missouri. It would indeed like I Fanny,
*I'wonder" amid I Gawtrey, musingly, and her death !I" on our catawampously fought swamp seem man 7" Oh no I I can't endure now.-*, are just like old t. a,
bled. and poured out their claret free the mockery of the true interests of hUe
and the
shall u very I sxw as well as. ever I
whether I sure
teeth Sacre but he'sfortunate
his grinded you will be an addition our I I He is.homely enough. .d
fie enrich ihe soil which for an institution learning to give its him "Wel It lathe sir-it's
to over we now the
inanity is ,
'trli&ve a fair knot1 at that fellow? Ho! circle, mon brace! said Gawtrey laughing Mortality" bus-! at all events : for an aut has C b c.
and watch with let the best to the Old .
ho]" aa3 his Uugt shook the'walls.llwu'near.imdnlght. while again the grim circle shouted their ap hover, hyena eyes- energes died and left him fifty thousand dollars."- ITEW CUT I
e C .. catamount of the inner varmint loose, and ness deciphering! inscriptions on the gravesof just
plause. the chessy cat of for the nations,sind.turn a deaf ear to .the chapter Indeed! is it true I Now I come to recol New Citrefor Riathns.--.An Irb1uDa
In the month'of the "But I care for own life f'"OtSerwse prepare vengeance ; is certain noble about him,
suppose you your before their there a
taM long.looked-for day has arrived ; the sun that of the living history,now enacting le a recently went into 'apothecary* shop forsome'taafisa
b stoodfoqtme I should have denied.
which GaVtrej resided, there preferred stanr. he has afineeye-thatc&n'L '
b his
oil shoulders for
lit( David and his host across the Atlantic Yerj.eyea. to. apply
..- NO<< rat distant In the broad street to coming here," answered the laconia. Bong t
The In
Iroquois rheumatism.
of this .
sthagk looks down upon the scenes and drops a tear 1'Ut' name eloquent boy ae'uu.
*with the lane heard the wheels .
were neophyte.
They heard MsvokerN. stood hun
ces2rI&gs: ,and. the sound or'madc* a lady 441 have done with you. Yourhealthl"On to its memory. WAO-WA-WANA-OKK Y. Literary, or World. 4 A Tn &.-An eastern paper gives a nothing t-o 1I

-q1ii ,teale;'0(heart,stainless rep.. this the coiners gathered around Mon.. But, bosses,,I am with you as long as the short Se uttered by a young 'Jady .follows of.JoU -sulphuric acid. Poor pet
\ of Uncle Sam, and the of his ; :
.JtoQ shook him the hand and stars stripes .
"*** wc* TiBg*6* Wend. l our Giramount, bf Combination Talents-oae of the : aqieuIgototh.tbeatreIame.eycareleescfmydreu thought : right,vreat peerad.op .
Grand of
AoatSeur Tkrartsaid ODe of he men commenced raay questions with1 a view to as.certain .' country triumphantly wave in the breeze.- I t&1eDt.laaft heard as the'audience are Ii .' D..

toOe satUest of)p, roar; "yoa' understood. hisskQU"Show .. bred Whar load-hop-pin'I say whar,u red-mouthed the low-lived iuothez'.aIDD chicken-! oddest offer combinations some time, is of that represented by tbeN.wO4&21itb1Qplan tpo attentive to the play t observe tsylwardpbet ., .,b l & 'f'J". ;' !
#' Ity eoa&feai* LeO1rs'sid&), free mourcokuageTfirst ; I see youusebolhtiietSe'aBdthefuniacrtr : but .a1;
par- :
.Our tells us | sh1ikad.Wtbswete
. do who will raise ihe beacon-light map. w"l
't" Hemftbii I l i ofycti, :: OrtlcVikr : .,
N.V Orleans 'and Ethiopia are good, b cempletalfs'tod h1
lccia!lcaa'ibe ....\ TflLla:f it IsSifflt siece Is Dot'bi.diicu'bT6 struck &om an trlumpht.JDOUlO! the citadel of. the aggressor. that '; : but rare combination they'Kopfo" go tfcere to see Sow their nepb beea within a mile a J"1
'laksMocxL coafess thai I 'should like tron die ; right-make the impression aharpei and press onward 14, liberty and glory 7- way apart ; by In one cfthe$ .dress 1 and deottthenneles." since. o a .r.
to be brought together
to hurrah wbat the I seem
;have rey 1MB jclose at hand. I am not than plaster of Parif. But you take the poor. Whoop inemy. '

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( .. [ ) IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.f drowned. of the distfiection m acatecjtt/confirm, those .From the recent scco "t.t 3j.zic..ws art, *+mm r and.I.f..4 '

*'t." Capt. Gerland' company Rangers ha we published a few days since. Too official te to h for an early,p T-.J of He- .pp
C l. Jfclnios danger.- Attack a Wagon ,wb : b was I *
f w been dismissed at Matamoros, some difficulty paper thethate publishes wrong-jppresen. ..ET V. AX.OJTK. revs a* Pdt ,11
<.. Tram ty a Xextean guerrilla parly-Thir.if alojt musteringihem into the service having rations made Against Santa Anna and in favor ejected!rt tlb staflon more than twelve month the Hth,ID. says- 9"The "
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'it ty America** supposed to fce Killed-Forty of the Americans GenT.) Scott's manifesto ago account who i still democrats elect ail t&e JodmorUtMai*
f occured. Saturday, June 26, 1847. O obi pf pc1',1 viz.s le. Rattles,Gar&ner;ja "
: n; Wagon*.Destroyed Ttco HtUK 'ed.Julu The volunteers are returning$ from Gen. among the latter. This latter ,document U supposed be ia o i* a favorable ett.by average B over'13,900. i |7t

, 5 yx'i' Captured.g Taylor with great rapidity. Ere this he is also given,in all the papers of the capital. aug.* and, taken in CtiO with the I Justice Broasoa'e majority.,G taelewestwisirZz
,;' Massachusetts Wood mil. 03*The Presbyterian Church will b (o clergy of the city arc also inclined to, didatt win exceed 20,000.. .
g\ U. S. ship Capt. left without any of the volunteers who fought Gen. Arista has refused to resume his one rumor
\ Dot from Vera Cruz whence conduct should investigated religious s"Ke on Sunday the 4th of July next, which rumor made probable by Cat Of tbs Justice* of the Supreme Coort,tWjgkL*
: .j\ arrived evening under him at Buena Vista. The letter we itary functions uti his b pe. i th ails elect twenty twoviz.; th. entire'forhntl1st
; '. ; h she sailed on the evening of the 11th inst.- give below from our .pe correspondent by mitr tribunal demands at the usual morning hot,half-past 10 ock. they were not disposed to adopt his view, ,3d.ah. ud Mb districts,three tbe*k,

JiC.i 1 The Massachusetts; brings over 155 sick and contain the latest information as Io the prob- that his may place at once, their influence and power would have been used to. in the 3d and one ia tho 7th di;f.the*.
.: *4. : ;wounded IOldiers,'uoder charge of Dr. Tudor, able movements of Gen. Taylor. It will be in order that he may take fan the defence FbvrtH. of Jury. defeat his election, there appears very good reason elect ten,viz.: two ia the 3 O f itft.tkfLv,

tfr -:V\" beside tbe following passengers : Mr. J. liar. found otherwise very interesting.The of the country. The committ appointed e Ihd part the,of th citi, to indulge the hope we have expressed. But if the in The the 7th democratic,and four Clerk in tbe of the. Court of .?
committee from
r?. rod Dr. Tudor, U. S. A., Purser Bryan, of Massachusetts\ volunteer l put, in prisonfor The Legislature of Durango o voted for Seno zens to co-operate with make military result should b otherwise,where shall we look for elected by something over 8,000 majority.Ap I
". .. : the Navy, and Mr. Bosworth and 2 servants. killing a man who refused him whiskey, D. Francisco Ellomga for President. Upon companies of our city to arrangement the chief cans* of it? Why ha the war lute even Saeh\. the tenlt( the first election -
: '. The vomito is represented as on the in- has made his escape. One'of companions the first ballot Elloriaga receive six votes, the celebration of the next anniversary 0 American to this time? It i i. important that these question new C tatio. It ia a sobetsatial u_

? :i.| crease at Vera Cruz.V 0 regret extremely has killed a woman Matatnorns!\ for the Santa Anna four, Herrera one, raz one, Independence met on Saturday evening last, and selected should b answered,and important that the answer electoral democratic rote victory.has been Something over hal/t2
M' "..' ,to say, that Paymaster Bosworth, who sailed same offence. The Flag loudly denounces and Angel l Trias one.- Upon the second bal. u Orator E. A. MAXWXLL, Esq. of the Leon. should b understood by the people. Mexico i is pUeTe

''if" >'" :from here only on the 18th nit., sickened and these outrages.A lot, Klloriaga: received eight votes and Santa Riflemen and TROUP MuWEL. Esq.of the Tallahassee everywhere beaten. At sea,and on land-in the 09-: Democratic Convention 0

'4, .; died in Vera Crnz of the vomito. His re. private in the 1st Indiana Regiment is also ). 'Anna six. Elloriaga was the former Gov. Guards, as Reader of the Declaration of In. heart of her empire, and in her most distant provinces in MilleJgeville en Monday next, fo G.t of

.! ?.< = mains were brought back on the Matsachu-: denounced for a brutal assault upon a Mr. eroor of tbe State, and it will be recollectedran dependence.The ,-she breathe only by the. mercy of our troop. nominating a candidate to Governor a October
.1 s setts in charge of his brolher.t Slip, an aged French silversmith, with whom Santa Anna hard for the Provisional) Pres. anniversary will b celebrated on Saturday, She is utterly d .rme. S long a* we [choose to election. The Recordert (whig) thru speaks

i"* Quite the most;important intelligence bro'tJ he had a slight difficult}. idency in the last election by Congress. the fourth being Sunday. There will be a procession prosecute the war, she has nothing bnt disaster to members composing the convention, and the e a

J\J. by this arrival relates to an attack upon a large Brig. Gen Hopping has arrived in Matamo The State Tamaulipas has voted for Gen. of th, military companies and citizen, and a expect. Her so far a her own efforts and tlemen spoken of u candidates: t P

;,. -''' train by the Mexican guerrillas, which has ros. and occupies Gen. Cushing's former quarter Almonte for the Presidency, and Zacatccas for Barbacuc after the morning exercises,on the CourtHouse resources are cus. upon,is desperately hope ,. Oar political opponent have ahown theaaebw

I t ;uf!*'.' been partially successful. By the Fanny we there. Scnor Jose Maria Lafra, ua. Square. to which a general invitation is extended less. Then, why does she persist in protracting the quite alive to th importance of the occaiion a*.
it.I learned that: a train was to leave Vera Cruz By Liut. Tidball, of the 3d Ohio Regiment, The Legislature Oajaca (which has been Every necessary arrangement is in progress war ? Why does she obstinately reject all overture perceive and by the very general of their action of the et

: /: : on the morning of the 5th inst. for Puebla, : the editors ofthe Flag learn that a short time denounced by the revolutionary part in that for a proper celebration ; a union of all parties the of peace on the part of our government ? What ha con'iu.body bid fair by to cic very imposing delegate*bo 1.

t .. under command Lieut.. CoL Mclntosh. The I since a party of:about one hundred Camanches State,) voted"for Gen. Herrera. The new Clerry and Judiciary, Civil and Military and in she to gain by such a policy ? ad in b.tadiD'and rffpectabiljrr O. of
train had in $225,000 in of in all of for Gen. Santa Anna for which citizen is invited to unite. those who constitute
charge specie, the panoply war, came suddenly Legislature voted every cordially In the attempt to solve these question*,:it cannot ,ht mill oraiaate
which hundred thousand belonged to small of volunteer who President. The procession will be formed at Capitol escorted it ia not forustoindicate; but toay it
::, sum one cross a party were th be said that Mexico persists in her course from that supposed by that the aay t ia
the Paymaster Department, the remainder chopping wood in the neighborhood Parras. If this last vote be allowed to Gen. Herrera by the Military in the following order: high sense of honor which forbids a fallen foe,while tween Cot H.many V. Johnson DomiD1tio O. W. re be

: to the Quartermaster's. 125 wagons and 600 Instead of a fight, as was naturally expected, tbe result of the election so far will stand Assistant Marshal. prostrate to sue for terms. The conduct of our government Mr. King of Augusta b b spoken B ToW, P

; pack mules we're in the train, which was escorted the Indians gave tokens of peace, and stated thus : Gen. Herrera4 votes, Angel Trias 3 Tallahassee Guards and their Guests. takes from her this excuse. At every step Colauitt ; but it tm. .J..tcept
BOO that the after Mexicans. S 1 vote, Senor Elloriaga Florida neither these gentlemen would willing to
by roop.'r game they were were votes nor Ocampo Artillery. .of our ,after blow which has strickenher o b .
# The train I left Vera Cruz on the night of They partially escorted the volunteers into 1 vote: Gen. Almonte! 1 vote, and Senor La. Leon Riflemen. progress every
down her pride has been saved by offer on
.j the 4th inst., and on Sunday the 6th, when it (town, to whom they seemed much attached. fragua 1 vote., Give the vote of Oajaca to Infantry Companies: with National t State Standards. our part,to settle all difficulties without further a trial ((0-On the 9th inat.SAKVXI.VTxia,Eaq., editor,
had advanced :about 25 miles it was attackedby Lieut. T. is on his way ho.ne.Spreial Gen. Santa Anna and you have the seventh Reverend Clergy. of the Southern died his
and she has the residence inColombia.
a large party of guerrillas. The place candidate for the uneOiahle station of President Oitftorand Reader escorted by Committee of Arrange ohiolence. to buckle uniformly the spurned of battle. offer, S C,Chroncle.. was a a practical printer,
rising again on armor
iM% was well selected for the purpose by the Mexicans Correspondence of the Picayune. of Mexico. ments. and had been for a number connected
Nor it said that she because yean
Lrt.j11; being represented as a defile broad enough S.<ILLoprexico( ,) May 21, 18-17. From the Baltimore Governor of the State accompanied by his Staff. the terms can we b offer are considered reject dishonorable peace to the pre The Chronicle cornea o to a in mourning w Ion
:ri :r' for a single.wagon only. It is said, too, A short lime after my last letter closed, the Su. State Officers. the occasion of hu death. A sale of that office h- I
FIFTEEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. her, and too hard and unreasonable. She doe not
that! slight works lad been thrown up by the town was throw into a fever excitement by Officers of the Army Nay and Militia, in Uniform. to made.
tact: Mexicans to obstruct our advance. The attack the arrival at Gen. Wool's camp of two Mexicans Arrival of the Cambria. Citizens and wait to know what our terms are. She refuses even b

% d,. was made upon each extremity of the officers from San Louis Potosi, chargedwith Advance in Cotton-Decline in BreJtu1Th-Death Strangers. to hear them. Of course, therefore this cannot b The Baltimore Sun of the 19th inst., says: We

: ; train and upon the centre at the same time, de patches for Gen. Taylor. They pro. of Daniel O'Connell. F.XERCISF. 1:THE CHURCH. her excuse. But, has the course of our government lean from Washington that a Cabinet Council W

I the principal point however, being the wagons fessed to !Ie i ignorant of their contents hut to The telegraph announced_ at an early hour l Prayer. 2. Hymn. 3. Declaration of Inde given her reason to believe the terms would be dishonorable held yesterday morning. aid to be on impoitut it.

,: :, which were supposed to contain the specie. believe that they had: come from the city of yesterday morning that the steamer Cambriawas pendence. 4. Ode-Hail Columbia. 5. Oration.- to her? By no means. She knows that ligeace received from Mexico and thought b :

1'.J 4 Mexico and contained the intelligence that signaled at the Boston Exchange, which 6. Ode -. 7. Benediction.The our Congress delre that the war was begun by the peaceable character. a

:'O\:.. Private accounts represent that the attack an armistice had been granted, and that negotiations caused quite a stir in our commercial comrnu. procession will be re-formed. and return to U act of Mexico and that on our part, after repel

P.'.' 'was so far successful that forty of our wagonsI.r. : for peace were under discussion be. nity. "'e afterwards received the following the Capitol in the same order as at frt formed,where ling her invasion as even most whigs at the time Cotton.-Since our last we have advices I

were destroyed-though not those containing tween Gen. Scoft and Santa Anna. Extaticwas despatch from our correspondent at Boston, it will be dismissed. Due notice will be given of the thought it to be, of our soil, the war is continue Liverpool per steamer to the 3 in. .

I :: the specie-200 mules loaded with subsistence the joy many who are in for the war," the commercial portion of which was immedi. : Barbacue to which a general invitation is extended. until she shall redress other prior wrongs, which advance of i to | d. The New York market aJna-
: were taken, and 30 of our men killed. The and pine for the day when they they shall rejoin ately laid before the public in an extra Sun. I Seats will be |>ro\'ided for the Ladies in the Church, she now shows no disposition to do. I our government ced i c. on the newt, sates smal. No cotton offer '
: American Eagle of the 9th says our loss is \'a.i their friends and families. Tho despatch. BOSTON, June 1C, 1 P. M. I who are respectfully invited to attend the celebra. be right in its declarations, then, evidently ing our own marke

.. :: riously estimated at from four to twenty, but es were immediately forwarded to Gen. Tay. : The Cambria has just t arrived at her wharf tion By order of the Mexico must expect to give some redress. Yet she ((0: Qol.T. F. Marshall,of Kentucky, .to have

..;. .... private account*, from responsible sources lor by Lieut. Franklin, and the Mexicans officers I with fifteen da)slater intelligence from Eu. COMMITTEE J OF ARRANGEMENTS. shows no disposition to do so. If, however our government delivered a speech 0 the evening of the 16th inst,

i Z!: give the J loss as we have done, at 30 men.- treated with the most marked courtesy rope. I hastily compile[ from the papers the be wrong, then why doe she not show a in New Orleans,on the Mexican war. _.
;..: ; The check was so severe that Col. McIntosh by our officers at this post. They professed following summary of the news : PORTRAIT PAINTING.-We ha\e seen specimens willingness to open negotiations in order that she
:... determined not to hazard an advance without ignorance of the character of the despatches, Lord Besborou' h is succeeded, a Lord of the ability of MR. W. McKINNEY RUSSELL, Portrait may set forth her whole cause in its true aspect and Fo the Floi

1.'; :' rcinr rcemeuts. Our troops accordingly en. but belircd that the above was their purport. Lieutenant Ireland, by Lord Clarendon.Dr. Painter, whose card we have for some time point out the error of our government? Yet she Messrs. Editors:-Will you permit me

I4 'f': trended themselves! behind their wagons, and Singular to say, this idea was generally believed Chalmers, the eminent theologian, I published in our paper. They will compare very will not do this. She refuses t(receive a negotiatoruntil through your columns, to reply to a highly respectable r
!: despatches were sent off to Gen. Cadwalladerat ; for myself I have so little confidencein died suddenly on Monday last. I favorably with the paintings of some of our most our army shall be withdrawn from her territo. Whig correspondent T

Vera Cruz. The General left on Monday anything Mexican that I believed it to bea The first meeting of the Irish confederation I celebrated artists. The likenesses are admirable,and ry. This is assuming that our government is enga You say, my dear sir, speaking of the con.,

[$::l;: evening, the 7th inst., with a force of about paper from the Department of San I..ltis-a Allstass, for national purposes, was held on : th,painting i is in the most approved stjle. Mr. ged in an unjust,disgraceful, and infamous" war, templated grand canal or railroad across the

500 men and 4 howitzers. Private acdounts! remonstrance against the advance of Gen. Monday ; professes to combine Irishmen of R will: remain Monticcllo during the summer,and and .that it must be purged of this wickedness by isthmus of Tehautepec, that "if any

t. :. say further that on the 10th a part of the vol. Taylor, or something of that character. Pri. every grade and section of opinion to watch : will vi3it Tallahassee during the fall and winter. withdrawing beyond her limits, before she will listen stance can justify the present war it crcu b
;(.: : tigeurs also left, with 4 howitzers, to join the rate letters received from San Luis by citi. over the rights and interests of the country, : The specimens we have seen cannot fail to impress to its overtures. Does any man expect our government the acquirement of a right to open that

} '.. 2 train. zens here, brought by the Mexican officers:, and to create, foster and develop a sound Irish : themselves on any visitor to his rooms with their to make such an acknowledgment ? which.will extend to an universal good."

r; :.. :7 The Eagle represents that our troops re. announced that tho inhabitants were in state! public opinion, irrespective of party. I peculiar correctness. There is one good reason for There is no reason to believe that Mexico has any I You denounce and condemn a war wagedfor

.r :;. ceived the attack with the utmost coolness,and of excitement from the expected approach of :, Death Daniel O'Conndl.-Mr. O'Con- I patronizing Mr. R. if n ether : that is, i the like. hope of foreign aid in her struggle. All nations the vindication of national honor and individual

!. ; that the cnemyi being repulsed, fell back towards our :army from this quarter, which was lookedfor nell died c Genoa on the 15th May. He has ness does not suit upon fair examination no charge have observed a strict neutrality and,for aught that rights, for redress of the most aggravated

;[ -:. ; the Pucnte Nacional, which some sup. by the 18th inst. The despatches arrived directed bis heart to bo deposited in Rome, I will be made. His charges are very moderate, and we see,are still disposed to do so. Then, this can injuries and grievances, for spoliationson

J: ":. .! pose they may attempt to defend. No later here on Tuesday and were immediately for. and his body to be buried in Ireland. those wishing to leave for their friends a true family : not be her excuse for protracting a disastrous and our commerce for incarceration and inhuman -,
.; from the' train had been received the relic, should avail themselves of this butcheries of
1 i news warded, and the protracted absence of the Trade.-In the Manchester market thereis opportunity : bloody war. our citizens without reason

,::t '. "!p morning of the llth, the day the Massachusetts bearer Lt. Franklin, tended to excite the cu. an obvious desire to purchase, but the as. obtain it. Now, if none of these can b the causes which induce or pretext, for faithlessness and perfidiousness
: ; '. left. Onjhc) 10th a large mail was des. felt to 1)0 cf their contents. in the of national
riosity apprised Mexico performance
cending disposition of our market: has checked Cch: Captain BERRTM and Dr. LANDS DALE, of to hold out, sufficiently convinced, a treaty cootr
.' patched to thu port on the propeller Washing About 1 o'clock to.day ho returned, and Io 1 transactions, and lead to the relinquishment the U. Schooner paid official visit she must be, that reliance upon herself i is useless, and generally for a long and obiPae perseverance .
... ; ton.which be hourly expected. Her let. the bubble burst The S On.k.h..e a in acts of notorious
important dispatch aggression
of heavy contracts which would otherwise be intended for his MOSELET, to this we again why she still keeps the field,seeming a.
;_XL ters may bring us further details. was a communication from the Governor of Excelency to our government and citizens
a. *!.. ut--_ L.J M.... __:.....i r__ .u. o__ !._:,, r-...: -..>...:- .u.. I.. L..J k..pJ accepted. city, a few days since. Judge G W. MACRAE of determined to submit to b utterly crushed nther And injustice then the only justification
0 1 ne orders for the United States than abate her folly and madness? There must you alledge
p r army of Gen. Scott. The reason is obvious ; of the intended of tho American executing the Southern Circuit, was passenger on board. We b o
approach ar. such in the
for th_ present at least the communication has my, begging to inquire whether it was the intention were heavier than have been known for many understand the Hon. E. C. CABELL has taken passage a cause somewhere. For ourselves we can see no a war i to b hostile prospect o

been entirely cut off. Wo do not regard this I of the' commanding general to conductthe tear on board this vessel for Key West. cause adequate to explain this, save in the conduct all wresting the horrors by robbery incident-by inT
1 U as at all alarming, for Gen. Cadwallader will the Financial. The financial prospects oft tjje and declarations of whig politicians. Our whig to a n
,. .. war according to usages of civilized Capt. H. E. W. CLARKE. 13th Reg. U. Army. tion guilty of no injustice ; subject no accusation -
S ,and the of t
no doubt open-'a passage to Jalapa at once- nation the country are on the whole, exceedingly anima newspapers speeches whig Congressmen
!, or according to manner adoptedby of
v but it indicates a necessity for some cavalry the Camanches. What Gen. T. ting. The disposition which the Bank of was in our city during the past week superintending go into Mexico and from them she is m3de to believe wrong or b 1ith.n-ofa privilege of

force upon the line to clear away the brigands will make t to a question and communication reply of so England lately evinced to dicount more free. the transfer of the U. troops, recruited. at (this rendezvous that a large party in this country,which i op. immense world.value what magnitude is in and the oy.Ihe <

'Which infest it, and who must have mustered insulting!' a character I cannot but I ly became more largely developed, and a under 1st Lieutenant R HATWARD. We posed to the war,is rapidly increasing and will soon Tu rapine ,
say, am in defiance and national
'- in greater force than had been anticipated to tod! his usually even temper was considerably. greater degree of confidence has been impar. learn that Lieut. 1. i is detailed upon recruiting ser haT the power in their own hands. She hears them suit, is honorable rights when the i

1 attack a train guarded by 800 troops. ruffled upon reading it, and he is said to have ted to all branches of trade. Tbe weekly re. vice. crying out against our President because he does not aim and is justifiable, of that-

t ,. But the audacity of these guerrillas does not remarked that he should think the Mexicans turns published on Friday, 23lh ult., show the Capt Llvl aon'* Company. withdraw our armies from .the perpetration of further which object pecuniary and of acquisition ,

.; top here. They are entering Vera Cruz and had become pretty well acquainted with our I: amount of notes in actual circulation for tho i From the annexed letter to Capt. LIVINGSTON bl0be in this most wicked war. She hears indisputably right belong tl another
t stealing our horses. For several nights alarms week ending the ult., including 6 days them that the feebleness of the S
manner of conducting war before this. If, 22 from the War Department, it will be seen that the declaring present You vilify the Administration for tie
ft had been created in the city by these predatory and other bills, to been 19,578,263. is such that cannot much longer ,acts,
they have not it is certainly not his fault, for rendezvous for his Company has been changed from government i results of which national
attempts. Private letters say that sixty he has tried hard enough! to beat it into them. I The amount of gold and silver coin and bul Pensacola to this Capt. L's Company is ordered tinue its policy. She is told, and made to believe, in, which have our exalted pride justly nation exults -

.:: horses were: stolen from one pen in the imrae- There is no doubt that wo shall march upon I lon in the hands of the bank, was !!H9,. to the reinforcement cty. of Gen.Taylor. and \i that we art fighting to make a congest of her territory the of all Europe, and u hare a a forced i
.:.. diate ricinity of the town. A regiment of Knowing an increase of.C788,400.Tile and her to and eyes
San Luis at a Marks the full subjugate our own purposes,
very early period, as soon as a take shipping from St. a soon as com meed of applause and admiration from a
: Texas rangers, it seems to us, will find ample sufficient number of troops arrive from below, Corn Mnrlrt.-Xofwithstanding the plement of men is made up. Capt. Livingston is that we are aiming to despoil and desecrate her less ardent supporter of despotism and no,

.3 scope for employment in the vicinity of Vera ,, and from San Luis to the city Mexico. A strong expectations entertained previous to the now recruiting in Eat Florida and we have no church. Now what is the effect of all this upon her to the rights of than the London Times.enemy

' Cruz. communication received from Gen. Scott by departure of the last steamer, that the Corn doubt \"i soon report himself in a proper condition policy ? Let those who can speak advisedly. whose You heap opproblous!a epithets on'that Admio-;

. 4 Since the above was set up, we have received' Gen. Taylor a few days ago, giving a brief market would mantaia its upward tendency, ,, for marching : information on the subject i is best, answer these istration whose wisdom, sagacity and far-tee:

0 a few additional items. account of the battle near Jalapa, directs Gen. the unusual fineness of the veather promisinga WAR DEPARTMENT questions.In ing policy ,hare won from you fnvoIuaUry-

.i ?i The following letter, addressed: to a Commercial T. to move at once or as early as possible, for favorable home harvest.had the efec of Adjutant: General's Ofce. > a Mexican paper published at the Capital, we bursts. of enthusiastic praise for Ibo', accoaw
I house(in New Orleans is taken from San Luis, where he expected the letter would materially depressing the prices and course Washington, 1. 17. ) find comments upon the news received from this plishment of the condemn.

:; : the Picayune ?t f Friday last : reach him, to the city of leI co. So that Gen. contracting the extent of average transactions.The Sir-Your of War reporting letter of that the 5th YO'I instant had been selected Secretary by. country through the papers, and upon one of Mr. You proudly boast very of that object whic you you have incessantly

1 f EL PASO DE LOS ABIJOS, June 9, 1847. Taylor will not probably remain any time at advices, however, brought by the Cal. the Governor of Florida to raise the Company of volunteers Webster's speeches, in which is the following lan denounced and untiringly endeavored -

Gentlemen :|.-Here I am, about twenty-four San Luis, unless he receives orders there, but edonia of light Stock in the American ports called for by the requisition of the Depart. gage: Mexicans can derive comfort from the to prevent ; and you make a merit that
: i miles from Vera Cruz, with the train that left leaving a garrison for the place, will proceed have created considerable activity, aided by ment of the 19th Aprjl and requesting that tbe rendezvous rac the greater part of the people of the United glory which, if indefatigable o
has beenreeive. your
of said be
I on the 4th inst., and you may know from the with tho residue of his command to the city of tho desired relaxation which has taken place In reply Company, I am may directed changr say agreea- States are opposed to this war, a their paprshow could have lucceede would have eero al
I len-nh of time=5we have been comincr. that we Mexico. The command will nrobablv never. in tho pressure of tb: Money market have sureestions.the musterinz officer will b ; and the base man who is at the head tional dire. derdaion and disaster.
.i.'p hare- undergone; a great deal trouble. For retrace its steps this way, as there will l be no largely tended to re-establish a freer desire to instructed muster tbe Company into service Government will b exiled from power. The sym- You claim as your own the. heroes whose

the last twelve' miles we have fought our way, occasion for it. speculate.The Tallahassee, and to despatch it thence, via St. pathies of one entire party in that country are on achievements have thrown a halo
under command Lieut Col. Mclntosb. We I have therefore, a fair prospect of revel repr though authenticated, of a Mark to Point Isabel, to join the Army under Ma. our side ; and long will Mexico remember .their pat around our national character ad briiat( cf

: ., are within six mile of the National Bridge ling ill the balls of the Montezumas," as wolf probable faiur of the potato crops, both in I Generl Tajlor.I am, sir,very respectfully, riotism." The I entire part here alluded is the our arms, while you charge as acts gtor,

(ii4 which is fortified by a large body of Mexicans. u some other people, and if I live throughthe Ireland Jersey, hare also had their owninfluence. Your obedient svt., whig party. tice, usurpation and lawless aggression,J
. campaign and return via Vera Cruz I The markets have in of (Signed) W. G. FREEMAN
We hare lost some 30 men and about $20- The information from our own countrymen in very measures 1 gloriously, fulfilled, and by
- Asst. Gen'l.R.
rt 000 worth of property since we left. An express shall have seen quite as much of the countryas I fact, fallen 20 shillings per quarter from the G. LIVINGSTON Es;., Newnansville Adjt., E. F. Mexico corroborates the belief that Mexico's chief the counsel and advice of those who bare ac.

M is about to leave for Vera Cruz for rein I care about. As soon as my health will highest point ; but.tbough fou had declinedto hope is in our division at home. An officer ot the complished them, whom you now extol s.ndte

ibrcements, which I fear will not arrive coon permit my going to Monterey, I shall appriseyou 40 shillings per barrel, now worth 42Ihiing Death of A. Lalanne, Eiq.-Undet the obituary South Carolina writing from Jalapa recently whom yon do homage.In .

enough. Mexicans can be seen on all sides more in detail of the plan of operations, and may be fairly quoted at 43 shil head will b found a brief notice of the death of this ays-". rement.( Mexicas) believe that at this- short, for your own singularly and inconceivably

L) of us, and it i it!feared we will be attacked be. number of troops to be taken and all other ln Western. Sour, aTe rag 37s. worthy.young gentleman. He left our city some five time two parties Tey exists in our country divided upon tortious pupoe you praise that jpa'

;' fore any assistance can be had,and they know particulars likely to be interesting. 38s. pr barrel ; American 6d. weeks ago for New Orleans, intending to proceed the question of the further prosecution of the have denounced ; w h.you.
.M't as much aboutjour! .business aa we do ourselves. to 12s 70 Ibs. (from thence to his home in Canada West,but death war render noble and
not; that the party now carrying on the war are to praiseworthy;
is 52
.r : The tram contain* near $300,000 in specie, corn tolerably steady at arrested him as will be seen,ere be had accomplish was: murder,devastation and robbery, have
which these Mexicans know. We have received by the way Tampico, prime or yellow, and in some Insn ow. I e half of his journey. Mr. L. was a Canadian by b overthrown; and that, when the,other party get converted into deeds of chivalry; that you wnicl

On the, day the Massachusetts left, there our files from tin capital as late as the 29th of I. ing to the increased deman rom birth and visited this country in tbe vain of into power they will withdraw tbe army to the Rio you have assailed with bitter and unmeasured

. was a report $f *>. new revolution in the city May. This is a week later than the papers white has commanded per quarter above restoring a constitution already wasted by hop Grande. This people, than whom none are more vituperation emblazon with glory's brightest -.

1 of Mexico, but nothing positive was known, received last week by the Oregon, and full as the currency of yellow. Corn meal ranges I ror of the northern latitudes-the consumption. The proud, are waiting for thatmoment. They believe effulgence. You have to con*.
, late as the private advices from the between.283. and 31. with tendency to the that the peace party of the United State will with- eodeaTor
\ ,j nor How far the report might be depended on. capit.I.Santa a disease \a to deeply seated, however, to be removed vert your base coin pure goMof
; ow
. It was fully$ eered at Vera Cruz,that there Anna's letter of resignation whichwe higher' quotation. bv. our balmy' and nnn n health-restorincr, _nn _nnn. climate.__,____ _He__ draw the means to carry on military operation- which you had artfully and assiduously strives
. .. .. would Cerro Gordo battle afler gave on Friday last, is published in the Market Juno 3.-The Upon our divisions, at home they count to arrest further I .
be another Lirl Coo lingered along in our midst for two years or more, : to rob the owner.
: received his reinforcements before papers of the 29th ult, but we know nothing market since the departure of the invasion." And this thing is s apparent that, rightu
J:5:; Gen. Scott winning upon the regard of all by tho gentleness of And you bare selected for your candidate
"J ."I'l he could rea4 tie capital. oftbe action taken by Congress on the subject.We I steamer has materially improved. The ape his manner and the intelligence of his mind. Our Gen. Scott, be says, I has taken active measures to for the Presidency the very manKta ,

..;;j.; The garrison was weak, but no fears are : find also a long manifesto addressed to the prehensions of short receipts and tbe back. young friend occasionally had strong hopes of his correct a error 1 fatal to our purpose of4 conquering by his own advice, seconded powerfully) by*H
, entertained attack the Mexican from nation by him a few days earlier, which we of the season for the crop ultimate a peace. toli'
.:r: ofkn ,as growin recoverybut alas! they"ere confined aloneto government you oppose, has )
,. .1 the country hive greater dread of the vomito have not time to translate before the mail goes, have caused a decided improvement him. During his short stay in our city he inspired There are other letters to the same effect. One is lofty position he now opie'i a k
than the American if it be worth a translation.In is likewise in a measure at. from a whig to a whig parer in Philadelphia, correctly frt
..." \' !. great in the breasts of those who knew him a deep the singular treachery of your IJ&
'. m "
I; :_ the cily of Mexico everything is man. tributable to the greater ease in the money' and earnest interest in his welfare; and we hoW rebuking that paper for its course, because it awful denunciations you once heaped
: ifestly in a state confusion and almost unli. market. So on the whole the condition and I had the effect Mexico we have stated.but whichwe u
-4 FROM THfi ARMY OF GEN.TAYLOR. will read the announcement of his death with sin upon another military chieftain and his
censed anarchy. Gen. Bravo has resigned prospect of the cotton trade a en. not to from now, though Ipren
room quote
present very Mr.L. member of the have we That of
From the draws, by the arrival of(he Tel. command of General-in-Chief cere Irrow. was a Episcopal memory lon seen* m
I : ourneWs Is later. only couraging aspect. Communion, and was, we understand, preparing may herefer. nately You hare ta un
egrapb : also! his commision of general of division. The sales of the week the 28th ult. oblTio fro
; From the nag'oftbe 7th fn t. we I learn that ending himself for entrance into the Ministry of that de- From all this, it i is made evident that Mexico is and ,U1
, Gen.Rincon it is said has done the same thing. amounted to 39,000 bales Upland D
t f\ Col Doniphan, with a portion of bis command, More of tbe causes in our next. rated at 5jd. to 7d. ; Orleans, desrpions monination. encouraged to protract tue war,by the hope that before solemn oracular,admonitions,. yllr W
f.T.t. passed 'downth I Rio Grande on the 5thI It is that Gen. Almonte Is under long the whig will get into power, and will awful array before,the people o
true arrest. Alabama and Mobile, 53d. to 7l. ; Sea la'land Death of James Coma* -We regret to announce immediately withdraw our Thisis the ruin and subversion proclaimed u toe sure .
j inst. though the causes of his imprisonment are not : 12d. 20 Jd. ; East quoted |d. I that this gentlemen U no more. He died on the 16th ; trots. -
The Flag tjms,!'speaks. of them : avowed. lie is confine4 In Santiago Tlalte. a id. per lb.t higher. * believe thus by the of tbe military chieftain, by
The mubcirn beards and goat and deerskin Since the last steamer the market retainsan time editor of the Georgia Journal, subsequently drlntion. whig rule
and exercise
clothes 4fmany of them reminded ofdescriptions lolco.The death of Gen. Scott for several themselves. Believing thus it is hardly to u- power of despotic T
us was character
unquestionably ,and a*the first President of the Central Bank of Georgia, honorable :
inlrie. end
'f z11 We have read of the inhabitants days reported In the city Mexico, and) gen. from the trade more than gen. and more recently a* tbe zealous editor of the South. pected that she will act otherwise, however disastrous : hare been renown'the fame glory

':. ,. 1 of some' ofth+i countries of the Russian em. erally credited. 'The error was discovered, eral. a ern Cultivator. His efforts in behalf the ajrricul.tnral for the present, the struggle may be. and skill of winnings ono.]pa1ri '

:: plre. Tb.ystppidin<> town couple of boars. Ijowerer, prior to the last dates. interest in the South were beginning to be felt To our mind conclusion i 1 palpable, to on- to-day were :
;. Co!. DonfpnSM' is :$ stout, roogh-featured Gen. has been directed await fur. Smith 1" said avoidable, that we are compelled to believe that pled aspirations of the tyn-h| fc r-y-i-,
; Ampudia I Might your name b one appreciated, and his death will .be a Ion to the designs of despot for of '
.:J l ood"naturedllookleg sort of a man., ,He tberjorders at Cuernavaca. ,What suspicious Yankee to another. a whole there i i a party in this country responsible. for the demand all a &
country. itsg1odousand1nnurnersbleb1in&sandpn1i1eges.
rowfitt; *k0g, with him Clark's batter/, and thing he has done or contemplated we are not .Yes, it might-b it tn'I, by a Jon continuance of this war In short,we think this responsibility .
;. JJ." tan plooel cfcfanoo captured at Sdrajpento informed. chalk Col. Zton/ptan.-TbU brave officer arrived in rest upon whig politician v* C

:3 : Thti 4'4C7DT ft411 wioa*>i ...'li < Oea;YaJescia and G.... SsJas were orders/ New Ole en th *1 5th inst. (rom th Brazos. He : These are some, though bat .6wf fS3 o .

?: ral! qeawere turned o er:: .t l lI fill to Jt&T0 U clly oM.xlcaciU tbe 24th olf.&r .'- f It is taid that Geo. Taylor never drinks, I w accompanied by some eompaalei ctb lit Reg.ment JtflM.fMor than thirteetrofthe 5xei stars, I multiplied InconsIstencies you .Ri.* '2;
:4 : 'th. city of San Lots Potosi 'io '.Uk corat I and; yet he U one ofihe mOlt "Rnzr'.rrl' ( of Miifcnri fhaDt..n 669 .. it i.bY disappeared i within the last two centuries. In political course. It doe e"'=i ; J!

:: 4Iofging. to .ibis eomnund .:roll] mind of the army of the North. .engaged Ira t& war. They irs to b paid off an muttered oat of ,. .. i"PJplJ.. :. .. ,. <

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ate,ignorance; ind,'stupidity of tbV owa:1 .1 .1. toilet from Talhh 'Blaf the Tfeomwville I C&rcatt:Court;forth* whkh bw&.kcp eowtwtfr" =

thewMIoWcdzeni u to rappouJch Tbe U.: S. hij of war Jataestown, Capu i road, about the first of Jon; TWO MULES both:!. County e. .Ma of floridwba. brad t foot Mpplj of ba&f.How, Bacon of I
dark bay mares roe a little taller than the other..... Henry of TbeopnirtoHvntaljIs description*,which foannlee In all cues olfirdqaalityaisd
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bf axitzdctIon4ucbiI the J1 .
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.d awktcttj on March i Said mules have been heard of near Quincy,and are tat, is ;and Manvi A&aimstra. to low lot e *M say w :
1 Bhr fT of petition- ocb ultra ditrrgarf cfti loaded with provisions arrived at Cork on opposed to*be on their way to Baiabridgv,and probably tor.Henry 1. We, e.1" have levied town. Those b.*SUe in New Of 1 sad Florida <

,- aad pnodpJa aid contisteocjr, can be the 12th April after a splendid passage of only Newton in Georgia. I upon, sad will expose for Woe the CourtHouse he will attend to.a*k*ha*l .1 I. b. ,

taSel down the tircft% and swallowed with ; fifteen days. As soon as the gallant ship was Any information of their whereabouts win be door,in Jbc city o Tallahassee, o the first biD to porchaM tb 10 htn I *? tU1

$* confiding ignorance
yield to the artful effort intrigue, of ,"and of the cathedral were rung, and the T. WILLBORN E j. S E 4.Sec 13,Township 2, Rnc 2, N Jt E> By the Presldest:of t United cnlb. .M.. Cio Jt ia Acorn nee. Centrev31e. t

perverted talent, and Vlfisa ambition. greatest excitement prevailed among the cit. lone 2,1917. 49 3t Tallahassee, .a. NEJ.NEJ24, 'I .2, 2NJtE, 0talevTN .. Gr J
*aea NvwuaMtill
'And suppose (wbHh II not unlikely) thegratefzI' izens. At 8 o'clock, Dr. Parks Surgeon UNITED STATES MAIL SI.NEJ, 24. .4 2, 2, N E _gaw Single; Gin.L I. all itnprtwemen'ts.,E. Fin. ;
d. 11a.
eM people appreciating the gal. of the ship, landed with dispatches for the WJ.SW4.NI.NWJ, 24 IS,, 'a. 2 2., "" 2, N a g5. Dbl Gin, ; d late Improve }l

Jut and diitlnguithed services rendered bj Lord Lieutenant, which were forwarded to NW4,- t 2, 3NJtE.3NfcE. moderate ments, Et Boxes Brashes can be had a' t

Gen. Taylor in the glorious cause which you that distinguished personage immediately.. NW4.SW4." ie,' U 2.U 3. N ".E i please to dilt rtO f a.and*repairing BU1NS." '';

tire denounced' ai every thing that is abom. Rear Admiral, Sir H. Pigett, quickly dispatch containing'500,more or less. May 22, *! 44 U 8t.Mary1.Ca.DR. .
and should make ed the Levied upon a the property.of said defendant and
inable, murderous piratical, a messenger to ship to ascertain when
to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias. 7
3. :
bim President : suppose these foolish people, hostilities would commence. The messenger PRoM CHATTlHOOCmC TO FOST OAIXKS, CA.AN A. A. FISHER, Sheriff. 'EE

incapable self-government, if your own au. bad scarcely entered the cabin when he was and after the first day of July next, this line June 19. IS4' 49 LIVER' & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE..

tbority is good (or any thing, as expressed struck in the mouth by a huge buttered pan. \J will be run regularly inTWO HORSESTAGES otheActo( Cngreesentitled--- "An "PERSONS of feeble and thoseol'ses
Male ccDitulJO
pending the election df Gen. Jackson, should cake, which came nigh dislocating! his jaws.As The undersigned. having the contract to carry the Quincy and Female Academy. 1 Act pursuance to establish a town at in Florida." JL dentary habits are one trble with habitual

elect to the highest dignity in the universe, the soon as he recovered hiraselt and had wipedthe mail on this route, intends to give every facility Io. THE wi b vacation of ITnweek after approved on the 2d day of Marb.S Mak. I, JAMES costiveness which often very unfavorable,
travellers who wish to take thij route, by Columbus first session 183
willing and ardent and enthusiastic instrumentof grease from his lips he was informed that Ga.ortb.may. tbe m-mth of May. The second,session will with K.POLK President of the United .of America, iD uenc'UfD their general health which i partic S

a base and corropt,'Administration, for the the ship would fire upon the town as loon as Good stages, the best of teams and obliging dri. on the 19th of July next, and close oa the 19th open ofDecember. sale do hereby will be declare at and the make Land known Office ,at that Tallahassee a public appetite. In this by inelat.I D lotalo, o !

execution of lawless, bloody, and unconstiiu- the ship's tackles could be brought to bear verA; in a word every pain will be taken tove An extensive Philosophical and Chemical in the State bel o for the disposal of the an, tide is confidently recommended with the anonnce a. I

ball purposes, and the news of your partybe upon the wharves and ware houses. When satisfaction,(and especiallyduring liar.callon of high ,, Apparatus together with a large and valuable dermenrioned Forida. town of St. Marks,commencing that if the doM i I. properly adjusted .as Dot tn

thereby fully carried out thus far, think you Sir II. Pigott was informed of the intention of ,seater The,)stage to those will who leave may Cnattahoochie choose this every route Tuesday North. Geulogy collection and of Minerals Mineralogy for, illustration afford the student in Chemistry in science to wilt on Monday, the 4th day of October next, move upon without the bowel any too or even actively the,least relief unpleasant ma; be relied eon J

your favorite President would accomplish Capt. Forbes, he issued immediate orders to and Friday at C, A. M., arrive at Fort Gaines nul superior advantages. Lots numbered two three four, six, seven, eight, sequences resulting from the of comooo I'crpI

fOur expectations? General Starvation,to bring his troops together day. by 12, M. Leave Fort Gaines every Wedn. Able andefficient teacHS are employed! in the ten, eleven twelve, fourteen, fifteen,sixteen,eighteen tire medicine anally retorted 11 t*. if
Would you find him-a Southern man-an and form in columns upon the quay fron. day and Saturday at 1, P. M., arrive at Chattaho- several departments, every exertion will be made nineteen, twenty, twenty-two twenty-three, Persons subject to Bilious ClicHe may rely on the I
chie next by S. P. M. render the institution the confidence
advocate for Abolitionism T Would be, a large ting the The gallant Capt. Forbes, day. to worthy and twenty-fourtwenty-sixtwenty-seventwenty-eight, preventive properties of this medicine by using it en
enemy. from Columbus Ga. rio .
Persons travelling Fort patronage of the pubic. For particulars, respecting :I tbe first intimation of an approaching attack. Thereare f
slaveholder, come out{ the champion of Wil. seeing that no time was to be lost quickly beat Gaines, Blakeley Chattahoochie, Quincy to Tallahassee board, rates ,text books,&c., Jtc., tc., thirty-six thirty.thirty-onethirty.two.thirly-fourthirty,thirty-eight thirtynine.forty, five, some constitution liable to regular attacks cf

not Proviso's tVoq1d he attempt to renew his men to arms, and soon had his ship safely ,will find this the most expeditious route.T. leference may be had to the printed Catalogues, aespy forty.thre. (ory.rour. (forty-six forty-two, fifty, Billioul'Fever almost every fall t to such the oe of

the farces of Banking and high Tariff impositions moored at one of the principal wharves, when D. WILSON Proprietor. of which may be had by application to the *ubscuber. fifty-one, 6fty.two.1ny.rour, fny.fe.torty-eight fifty-six, this medicine is recommended, beginning to me it I
I June 2G, 1847. 49 2m N. H. fr.tr.eigb..ixty.two..ixty.thre.
I Would he, even if so inclined, dire the signal was given and the fore and main Quincy June STEWART Principal.Quincy ,.ixlasix. by the middle of May or first of June. i

to subvert if he could,' the train of useful hatches were unclosed, and double tackle rig. Notice. 12.1547. 47 sixty-seven ) lgh. seventy-four Those whose digestive organ are feeble often ex
teventy-six. perience a sense of fullness, weight and
seventy-eight eighty oppression
measures whose complete success has been ged in the twinkling of an eye. The can. ALL persons indebted to the estate of Miles Pot- I New Style of Shower Baths eighty-six, eighty-seven,eightl-igh seventy-nine ninety, nine about the stomach after eating.will find this n di* i

so amply demonstrated,carried out and established nonading now commenced in good earnest, : deceased late of Washington County will CAN be bad a the Tin Manufactory which} are ty-one ninety.two.ninet-ix. nnel-ight. ninety- cine afford almost immediate relief.

by an Administration under that weak and dreadful indeed was the (slauehicr. make payment; and those having demands against I. a such a every person OUJh to nine one hundred, ,one hundred Ladies near their confinement elm ., from
impotent, imbicile, and contemptible creature Barrel after barrel, some of them 200 said estate must present them within the tim prescribed have to insure during hot weather. 'and three, one hundred and four, one hundredand heartburn and costiveness: to such Ibi* article i it f
poun. by law, or they will be barred. June 12. 1347.. 47 sixone and sevenone hundred and eight, highly recommended, as it can be used without the
JAMES K. POLK t ders, was now discharged upon the Irish troopsin SHARPLESS EVANS Executor. I one hundred tenone and eleven,one hun. least danger,and with great benefit. In sick or nervous '

Perhaps he might by the high authority quick succession, which set them to caper. Washington County June 26, 1S47. 4U 2m Notice.ALL dred and an,one hundred and fourteen, one hundred headache it is invaluable. 1'1'
tlius rested in him institute in and fifteen hundred and sixteen This ariiele will be found to act as a pie-want cor
legal form the ing and prancing in such a manner as was persons having claims against the estate of one one hundred ;
grave and interesting enquiry, Who is James truly shocking to behold. At the first dis. Jefferson County Potter, late of Washington County de. and eighteen one hundred and nineteen, one I dial and tonic restoring the appetite and at the
K. Polk! And the TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. ceased, will present them to the subscriber within hundred and,twenty, one bundre and twenty-two, same time fulfilling every intention that the common 1
perhaps enquiry might struck in
charge seventy men were directly one hundred and and purjratives are intended to effect. Jt purely .egetable -
result in the surprising development that, under the centre of their bread baskets, and forty. By virtue of authority vested in me by law. I shall and the time those prescribed i to by said bw.estate,11 they will will make be barred ; twenty.four, one hundred and twenty-six hundre, together ,and,when used according to the directions,
for sale before the Court house door in paymentto
the administration: of that obscure, inefficient two others had their appetites carried clean Monticello. Jefferson County, the the .ub crlbfr.! fbtl with all the portions of the following named lots, notcovered will be found an invaluable article,especially to tho*. k
and imbecile i iadtvidual, measures, re. away, soaccurae( and infallible was the aim First Monday in October next, NATHANIEL MILLER, Executor. by the donation of ten acres, made to the afflicted with DyspepsiaDerangement of the Liver )
Tallahassee Railroad General
dounding more to the glory and honor of the of Forbes' As the battle June 12, 1M7. 47 2m Company viz : Lola numbered or Debility. .1
Capt. crew.
pro. the following property. or so much thereof as will (orty-vn.fny.nine. sixty seventy-one seventytwo Prepared by Doctor Reese, GriGn. Pike county It:
country, and its lasting prosperity have been gressed the air seemed thick with the smoke pay the State and County Taxau due thereon for the Notice Mnnt-thre. eighty-to. eighty-five, and Georgia and for sale by appointment at. '

effected, than under any other President of the from the Jamestown's guns, looking," year 1SP G, viz: ninety-four| E. BARNARD. Jr'*.,
says E S E Sec. 29, T. 1, R. 3, N & E. ) HEREBY given that George RUM, one of the
United States. Perhaps too, it might in the witness, ** fbr all the world J 5. acres, IS The offering of the avemetione lots be Drug Stor.,Tallahassee*
an wi
eye as though of the estate of James F. Run late of the .
NE ,NE4, 3., T. tR.3N&E, 40 I heir commenced on the day DANIEL LADD, Newort.Monticello.,
course of the investigation, be proved that the there was a shower of fine wheat "flour." A NW4.NW4" 33, T. 1, R. 3, N t E. 40 County of Jackson, in the State of Florida dec'd., same order in which appointe proceed, with the all .

utter ruin, so pathetically, so kindly, so prophetically bomshell of corn.meallodged in an old house NW4.SE4." 23, T. I. R. 3. N Ss...E, 40 U has this day,by hintornev.filed his petition before convenient dispatch,until the whole shall have been Quincy r

so solemnly, and so astoundingly fore. on the quay, in which were huddled a large SEJSW4. 23, T. I. R. 3. N &E, 40 the Jud.rf of t Court of sid County offered, the sale thus cod But the shall HARDY BRYAN :
those NW 4.NE.L" for a distribution of said estate ; and that, three not be an longer ne Agent for Thomas county,Georgia. t
told by great )uminaries of the great number of men, women and children and 33.T.Ir.3.N&E,4( open tba t\o week. no private
months from the date of this notice, he will ask ( .
All in oran
Township I.Range 3. : E.lying in Jef. entry to any lot will be after the May ', 1in. 44 -s
Whig party- Clayton, Crittenden, bursted into thousand distribution.
a fragments, scattering erson County. order for. a expiration of the two :1
Evans& Co.-has orily been the ruin of tbeir dough.nuts, johnny-cakes, and stomach pillsin SMITH SIMKINS, B. F. DENNARD, under my week.Givn City of Jersey Wagons for Sale.

own reputations as the great prophetic OM- every direction, not a soul in the house escaping ShflT.: and ex officio Tax. Col Jeff. Co. Attorney for Petitioner. this twenty-first day of May Anno Wahingon. rr\WO JERSEY WAGONS FOR SALE. Apply

del of their party.I but every one receiving a complete June 2', l47. 40 II June 12. 1S-17. 473m thousand eight bunre and forty-seven. -L J. R. FORTUNE.Just .. I

care not, if choose to that a few Still the battle ] and By the Preident
you urge belly-full. waged, still New Orleans Type Foundry, Deaf and Dumb Aylu JAMES POLK. Received.

recreant Democrats, both Northern and South- the Irish troops received the steady fire from AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, OF KE'lUCKY. RICHARD M. YOUNG, K

era, have lent their aid to oppose these great the batteries of the Jamestown, with a hero. .'0,17, Canal street Ro. 7flHE subscriber,I the resident agent of the saidInstitution Commitfiener th Gt"a Land Office. 500 COPIES 100 Southern SACRED Ua1hOf HARPS., .

and glorious measures. 'I care not, if deluded ism and devotion which none but such soldiers undersigned beg leave to announce to Pub- -'U.- ,offers for sale,in tracts, and upon 100 Harmonist i

or corrupt men of either or any other party could stand under and live. Cork was never THE and Printers, that they have established terms to suit purchasers,about Four Thousand Acres In to NOTICE of the of Con. Headley'.Napoleon and his Marsballs. .

live aided to swell the torrent of opposition known to be in such an uproar before.- a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in this of LAND situated in the county of Jackson, in the pursuance approved 2d March, 1S33, Ac An Act Lardoer's Lectures complete in two volume, f
State ol Florida. Also I the Locate
to to
: to those or any other; measures: of great and Her citizens were seen running about armed city. The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut to limited extent. night a geJ.: a town at St Marks Florida," the Reg. Anthon', Jacob's Greek Reader.Frost' 1.
listing good. The and immutable order by workmen of long experience and I no ister and Receiver of Land Office at American Speaker, Flon' Interpntvr.Carmine .
great principles with pots, kettles and pans and anon running obtain The above lands were selected at an early date,by Talaha Saucers Indelltble Ink ai
was to the handsomest faces ,superior ,
acted upon, and briefly expressed in the into the thickest of the expense spared an experienced judge and are believed to be amongst will be required, prior to the day of sale, aertain
from which
fight, they and to perfect it in every respect,we will venture to .the value of which have Hardware Paper &c., for sale by :
trite axiom, so averse fo Whig principles, the : would emerge after a prolonged and heroic sy it will be found as handsome if not the liand- the finest iu the county. C. H. DUPONT been made I on any the lots improvements designated in this proclamation may April 10, 1537 33 P A. HAYWARD. J

greatest good to the greatest number," cannotbe struggle, covered with glory and corn.m al.- somCt in the United States. We h hat also a very Agent of D. if D. .q. ,of Ky. ,respeciyely.U and the purchaser at public sale Notice. t.
handsome assortment of Flowers Letter
subverted by recreant pretenders, faithlesssupporters Father :Mathew who of of uylot upon there are such improvements,
was seen rallying the Quincy. June 12, 1S47. 47 iy
pertinacious the latest style to which we would call the atten. other than the owner thereof shall, in addition to SIX months after date the undersigned. Executor I
or opposition. troops and cheering them on, was descried by tion of Printers before purchunnl: elsewhere. All S.. F. BURNEY the[ sum to be paid to the United !,be, and heresy the last will and testament of Benjamin
THEY MUST PREVAIL.Comtpondente Capt. Forbes, who immediate! dispatched a articles. manufactured us be of a materialequal i is, required to pay to the Sate ,the improvempnt Chaires,deceased,late of Leon County will present .
plate: of buckwheats at the old gentleman, if not superior to any manufactured at the I luJue Received per Sehr. Tallahassee,. from .the value of them as thus : rind if his accounts and voucher to the Hon.Judge of Pro ..
of the Courier. which struck him just between the nose and North' ; and as we shall sell Type at New York prices II New Orleans, (really and not poetically,) and payment therefor Ihal Dot & ac..ranl upon 'day on bate of Leon County and make application' for letters t
WAsniNOTos we trust to met with encouragement.We which the the lot shall be of distnis ian as Executor aforesaid. it
June same again
19, 19i7. chin leaving hole in his faco DOW opening Wa purchased
big enoughto are now prepared to manufacture BRASS RULE JOSEPH CHAIRES. Executor.
offered at of sale and
public day ,
The fact that there.is a party in Mexico put a breakfast in. Sir H. Pigott himself and TYPE of any magnitude,with promptness. We PLAID Ginghams ;.Swiw Muslin, such shall not be capable of the Leon County April 3, 1847. 37 6m
disposed to listen to oar propositions for would also call the attention of Prm- do. peace, was hit by a Yankee johnny-cake, which particularly purchaser of that or of any other lot that
iaticste[ do. (Mosquito Netting a Ice Cream Freexers. I
believe that after Gen. to our LEADS, having an entire new set ofmould
encourages many completely his besides ter public sale: Provided, That if any lot so and
destroyed appetite white do. )
car. BIk & Black Silk Fillet Gloves ofere
by which we are enabled to furnish a SALE at the Tix SHOP.Ice Cream Freezer*.
Scott has reached the the admin. per. bid off on the last of the public not
capital new da sle. FOR
rying away three of his vest buttons. In vain We are also Agents for the sale of the Mourning Maslns. tCot. Oinaburga and brown be various sizes. Also Tin Tab, to let the
fet atice. be t thus paid for, same may entered at privatesale
istration of affairs in
Mexico will be willingto did General Starvation endeavor to hold his Washington and Smith PREE.which I I Printed f domestics. paying to the United States, the sum it Fleeter in, which take a let jaathj of ice than
treat with him. The peace party will certainly ground. Every discharge from the gallant together with Chases,Cases,Cora '.Fur. Embroidered Muslins. II which it .bid off, and to the ewner of tb. improvements the wooden tubs. ;l
be increased by the capture of the capi.tal liture. Ink, and every other article required in the ALSO: the ascertained value Tallahassee, April 3.1847. 37
ship caused him to until at last previously the
quail, over. 5 hhdj. Bacon Hams 3 bbls No.2 Mackerel .
Printing business will be kept on hand and furnished -
which city of Santa Anna represents as indispensable come and overpowered by the incessant show. 5" 'a IS 6. of. Notice.
at manufacturer' Side
to the Mexicans, its possession be. ers of corn, barley, beans beefand salt pork, Editors and Printers prices.wishing to establish a News- 5 u Sh.ldn. 20 bbls. snp'r. fine Flour, By the Act of Congress aforesaid, the minimum I
price of each town lot is fixed at twenty-five dollars, months after dale, the undersigned Adminis-
ing important as the base of future operations.An he turned to run when a howitzer of smoked I paper or Job Printing OILce will be furnish with I Ian 10 kegs leaf Lrd Crushed, Loaf and Brown and of each out lot. at twenty-five dollars per acre. SIX ot Daniel N Cone deceased late of Columbia

i honorable peace, obtained under the present hams came rolling from the ship, and hitting estimate in detail for the sameby stating the size I :bbls.U June 12. 1347. 47 Sugar. RICHARD M. YOUNG. County. East Florida, will present his final

t embarrassing circumstances, will redound I him behind, knocked him clear into the last of the paper, or the particular style and quantity of: Commissioner of th General Ln Office. account and vouchers to the Jddg of Probate for tl
work to be executed.
: June 5, 1847. Columbia and ask for a discharge.WILLIAM. .
to the credit of !. Polk's administration Hams. County 4
end of the next century. This olcourse decided COTho proprietors of newspapers who pub.I Ban CONE. AdmV.

,i and will entitle Gen Scott to the gratitude of the battle, and Gen. Famine, Col. Gaunt, lid1 this advertisement six months,and snd wi paperto CASKS Su r.ctre Hams just received hy DR. J. S. BOND Blount's Ferry. E. F.,May 29. IS-17. 43 6m

the country. In the mean time, the admin. I Major Hunger, Capt. Gripes, Corporal Thin, our office weekJyi be paid for the advertisement I LLOYD &FLAGG. his proressionalle"ice to the citizens
by the amount of adtcr- i June 12, ISI7. 47 4t' OFFERS I
istration will relax no efforts to prosecute thewar and all their starring followers took to their purchasing and the surrounding country. Notice.
using bill in Type. Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel. months after date I shall accovat ;
: in the most rigorous manner. Orders present my
heels and fled from the SIX
city, leaving our troops GREEN &. CO.
lave Fou. May 29. 1S47. 45 tf vouchers to the Hon. A. McDonald Judge
,within a few days,been dispatched both of the field. June 2G, ltl7. 49 Gm 17 Canal St. Row.
complete master BBLS. St. Lui. Four. jut received and for of Probate in and for the County of Madison, and
of ha commanding Generals in relation to Thus has corn and wheat achieved anoth- 2 ;sale by !FLAGG. Land for Sale.T apply for a discharge as Administrator of the estate

future movements. great victory, and crowned the brows of our.: Horse for Sale. June 12, 1347. 47 WILL sell my FARM on Lake Jackon. situated of John W.Richardsonlate of said County.deceased. r

Some say on the authority ofletters alleged brave soldiers with fading laurelfny A GOOD bares HORSE that'i'' perfectly J. about nine miles north of farm S. B. RICHARDSON. .
never -
to have been received from Jalapa that ; sound and GOOd Bize, for sale Whiskey. contain near one thousand acres, seven hundred of Madison County, May U. 1847. 43 6m
Mr. tbo good time soon come when all Ireland .low. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE. BARRELS Whiskey, for sale byLLOYD jvhich is cleared, and is now in a fine state for cultivation .
Trist has shown the to individoals .
treaty many I will be overrun by such troops as Capt. : June Itf, 1847.. 43 adO &FLAGG. having been in flow for two years. For Executor's Notice.
that he carried out ; but Mr. Trist is I F.1rbescarried out.-Aea England Washing- "June 12, 1347. 47 41 fertility of soil I am it is not surpassed by persons who have any demands against the
too much of a diplomatist for that. According Ionian. Blacksmithing,Horse-shoeing, &c. any upland farm in the Southern country. When it ALL of George E. Weaver deceased will

to Mr. Kendall, he hp not even held any communication Groceries. was cleared.it &laid off with circular horizontal please present them without delay to '

with Gen. Scott,to whom he would OBITUARY THE undersigned has made arrangements to carry : received and for sale by LLOYD FLAGG. rows and has not consequently washed,and wi now CHAS. M. WELLS, and .
the BLACKSMITH'S BUSINESS in all its JUS a produce as much Corn. Cotton or Su. did S. MALLORY.
show the treaty, if tq any one. But, them is Died at ber residence on the Aucilla, Jefferson tranches. He has paid particular attention to Hor bbls. No. I Mackerel when first Two yean a ex Executor

no doubt at all that & 5erms offered are reasonable Ccunty, Florida on the 25th May Mrs. MARGARET shoeing an feels confident that he ran give satis- 12 10 bxe Scotch English Herring.dairy Cheese. periment ceae on twenty-five acres, which had Key West,April 10. 1347. 35 81
and honorable faction who favor him with their woik fourteen Cotton- and two of Corn,
to both parties. any may crops
BELLAMY, relict cl Mr. John in Cider produce
Bellamy, 10 Champaigne '
In few : in this respect. His shop is in the rear of the City the most preparation,made one Mastodon Cotton Seed. ._
hear of battle
a days, we expect to a 2 Maccaroni
the 71st of her
year age. Hotel, and adjoins the Livery Stable of Messrs. Miler An of a
aDd in all probability, the. last one that will be It is painful all times to record the death of be. t Brokaw. His prices wi be very liberal, and Port and Maderia Wines. thousn.ound per the ae.acre has average always been crops made 10 0 BUSHELS genuine Seed fur ale tt $1 U

fought in this war. 1 t loved relative By it we are reminded that they he respectfully solicits a Ihae of public patronage. June 12,184. 47 4t when the season salted the cultivation. It is well per bushel.BIRCHETT &. Llrn>E'iBERGD.. .
The Union" vindicates General Pillow HENRY B. FITTS. adapted to the culture of Indian Corn,and its pox I
have the whence Goods.
will More New 38
gone way they never return April 10, 1547.
from the lately Col. lias. ; June 19. lS47. 43 5t imity to the Lake affords the finest range fo stock jof _
preferred by that'the place that knew them once will know TUST received from New York by LLOYD &. all kinds. My terms are one-third of the purchase BBLS. flour 2 cask Ham, 1 .
kell and
others. them no more;" that they are no longer to partici. Upper Suwannee Spring. J FLAGG, money to be paid en the first of January next, aD 2 5 2 cask Sides 1.. Shoulder ..'

pate with us in our innocent recreations and social who may wish to \'iiUbe Upper Su- Prints, / Penhamj, the balance in four annual instalments from that Just received and for sale by I
Correspondent f tAe Baltimore Sun. PERSONS Spring can do so now with perfect safety Marino Stripe, > French Ginghams. bearing an interest a per cent. March 13.1847. 34 LLOYD FLACO.
WASUINGTONJune 16, 1817. amull aWe as the Spring is in splendid order, and visitors Cause Fannel. \ Apron and Furniture JOH S SHEPARD.
will not hear the sound of their voices
again Checks &c. 45
t 1847.
Lieutenant Hunter arrived in town the coming in from all parts of the country daily. Am. & May loe-House. .
or see the sparkling of their eyes to cheer, animate pIe accommodations for all. June 12. 18.. 4 4t .i I,
evening before last ?and has been called Notice. Ice-House will be opened every morning
up. THE
and encourage vs. To her, we believe death was FRANCIS A. HUSON, Proprietor.
,*excepted) from 6 to 6J o'clock,where
on by a large number gentlemen! who ad. Family Groceries. demands the estate of I
Upper Spring, June 19, IS47. 43 4w having against
only a passport from earth to heaven. To use her ALL I persons ice can be bad at 4 cent per pound; and, at J. R. r :
mire his romantic Norman achievement at r direct from New Orleans by J. R. Kornegay,late of Jefferson County deceased
rye Fortune's store,after that hour at S cent ]W
own language she remarked to her family Why JUS per ij
Two Horse Barouch for Sale. schr. White notice that malt themto
.. lie called this morning at Mr. *r Wing, ,will take they present Tickets are based and sold at his store for 6 Iba. \
not now as well at other time! and often Casks clear authenticated, within the
any expressed subscriber has 6 Bacon Sides the duly i
/yilE a light it of ice each.N. .
Secretary Muon's who received him withgreatkindnes roomy ( underig.
: ber resignation to the Divine decree. The JL being quite broad) that be will BAROUCI. 2 Shoulders time law, or this notice will be plead B. The Ice-Hoose will be opened every Saturday .
remonstrating with him on the bereavement falls heavily on many hearts. The only June 19, 1847.- 4S J. R. FORTUNE. 2 11am,. in bar of their recovery. evening at 6) o'clock for the aceotuoodaUoa ., .:
impropriety ofdisobeying military orders but 15 Leaf Lard JOSHUA TAYLOR, Sen.,
; surviving who cemented more ,closely the Keg those wishing it on the Sabbath. It keep well ia ,
parent 45 2m Executor.
informing him at the xaroe time, that as it Notice. 2 May 2.194. a blanket and the loss over eight I i* very little. ;
bond. of affection, and on whom every anxious 2 H bds. Brown Sugar '
was wriiten in the Scriptures that "man shall ( April 24. 1847. 40
having demands against the estate of I Bbl. Dried Beef For Charleston
thought could find solace, is now no more! ALL persons
noj separate whaiithe:Lord bath joined to. Tucker, late of Leon county deceased 8 Sacks EIO Coffee C.urniDmt.wlie. Boots Shoes ..ct Leather i iON
getber," and as Mrs. Hunter is Flor. They only who knew her can do justice to her vir- will take notice that they must them to the St. flour THE fne Brig I
now at present 35 Bl LUIS having most of bee cargo hand and mad to order,cheaper than v if ]
ence, in Italy, be tould be compelled to send Inca for hers were virtues of such acknowledgment; I undersigned, duly authenticated, within the time 10 h. &engaged,will have despatch ( above offered in this city. Call and see*and ]l'I'
virtues that the shadow and the sunshineof I by law, this notice will be i in bar Claret. o
not or plead
Lieutenant Honteit to tho Mediterranean in sought prescribe port. For freight or passage, apply to we will satisfy you that home mtniifact res are th* | !;.
command of the the world recovery. June I?. 1S47.. 47 'Newport, May 1947. D. LADD. cheapest. The attention of Planter is invited to avery :
one of vessels of the <
squad. JOHN WILSON, Admr. .
superior article of Negro Shoe for one dollar
ron which Is shortly to be got ready. Lieut. spread thy sheltering wings around June 1), IS17. 49 New Bok&c. U. S. MAIL. LINE made of the best material,and warranted not l.rip. .

enant Hunter tvilp[ not be long in falling in Till all our wanderings cease; lUST received per Om o,a Narrative Price for other kinds of work wiU be fond to cor

with the Uoico, and in supending her crew And at our Father's loved abode, J of Adventure in tbe South Seas.by Herman Mel- respond. Repair* of Boot and Shoe. Saddle sad fA

from the yardannsjof his vessels.Anothersuitab1eeinp1oyinent Our souls arrive in peace." E. A. B. [K vile; We ter'l Domestic Economy and Houekeepling Harness at hort DOt ee. Harness of every quality
Cinq Mars, by Alfred De Vigny, made to r -"* f ;:
for him would Died on the 15th init.,at Frostburg near Cumber i Castle of Ebrenstein,by James crdu.VJl.. H. .N. ftQaincy ;

Lave been to send&tm) dowriMo Rio Janeiro, land, Maryland, A. LALAN.NE, Esq, formerly a Arthur Martin, by Charles Burdet April 3. J5-4r. 37 ':

in order, with the spine gun, to take the city, resident of this city. Tacos N. Y., September 18,1S48.Mettri. Alic Goron. by Joseph From Tallahassee to Macon.N :
Hull Antbon's Salluxt. for Sale.
should Mr. WIso think to recommend Whilst lament the death of Mr. Lalanne, 4 Spencer: Caa. Tannery -
proper we our
Wilberforce's Manual for Communicant, / \ and after the lit of June, this line willbV .
.Lacount's SAtE
ach a proceeding. { X. regret is lessened by the reflection that he die4 in GETLEME Tooth-Ache Miscellanies, Alison's Essays, _/ thoroughly established in FOUR HORSE TpOK by tbe subscribe a Tinfltty, imine r '{
I persuaded me to take and Macanlay's) P'COACHE J? diately adjoining( the city of Tallahassee eera- j\
toe fall hope of a blessed immortality. He was a make trial of,has come fully up to your recommendation Wilson's entire route. The undersigned 5t large buiJciagfiCJ.by SO fat ;
Explonmvia telegraph Office A severe devoid member of the Episcopal Church, and daring and far exceeded my epectalloni. Probably He man's Poems, Pocket Maps of U. S.Ac. Gra. ing obtaine the U.S.Mail contract thruo have length and width nt.1lwo and two kitchen. 10 by 20 feet.

storm passed diredly over tho city yesterday his stay amongst us,became endeared to our citizens the best evidence I can give of its success to you, is Blue Figuered Wino Paper,30 and inches necessary arrangements (They ban acmo good There are pump, various fixtures,two bark mill, I.priaing I.'t | \i
Paper, Border for do. dation of the public.
afternoon. It was of short duration but the : by his exemplary conduct,and by the uniform amen. the remittance 1 now tend yon and the refe that New For Ptern P. A. HAYWARD. coaches, competent travelling teams, and obliging drivers and turning by a Cog wheel l, running by hone power,a j i
you will send me a gross of it by the The cistern for rain water a well,a brook,with abundant ]
quantity of rain wljich fell was great.- ity of hi, baer. 47 will pain to give general ntisaction. -
very manners in hi. intercourse with all. people were, like me. rather to its Jun. 12. 1847. agents,an spare D water on the border of whico the vat. are placid..-''

TU heavy rains during the Jut ten days have curative rloteln cases of severe Tooth-ache; Plough Horse Sale. Wednesdays TLa lot include 10 or 1 1 acre of first rate land,h- 5 i

given the thirsty e rthji thorough soaking.At .- 09 WE are authorized to announce DANIEL as tome by a worthless article, Chap fo TbestsgewflhleaveTaU1ba55I and Fridays,at 7 on A.MoOy.arrive- du fence. There are also two.bark hed*with 135 5 I

about balCpast two( o'clock a most violent McRAENY. Esq. as a candidate (or re-election as others abused by a dangerous one; but yours baa APPLY J. H. FORTUNE. in on Wednesdays,o'co. and Sundays, tt 1 cords of oak bark. For fate at a vest basrala-

explodoa-of electricity:took place in the tele. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County, at the brought few which relief failed in in all cull blev except cavity of some the June 12.1847, .47 o'clock Man A ., in time for the cars Ca Savannah.. Term J.layllS41.libenL 41 ifL.6t; BAKES. .
graph office disabling the relay 'of election in October next. Caving on the arrival the can from Savannah
magnets not being prvperly ; and in these ca. Sale. o .
both hues. The iriret attached the relays tot believe it eel relieve the pain Mers ,and arriving In TaaO Monday,Wednesday W. fcTKinney ftaneH
tod to the oJWE:: are authorized to announce WILLIAMC. e if in b the ner fae virtue of the Circuit Court of the and Friday "' I
battery were melted 0$ and the persevered lut BY attention will be paid to the cnn. ARTIST
Middle Circuit of Florida,for Gadadea County, possible ,
eatfc line .CAMPBELL. Esq. ass candidate for Clerk of the There are a my Sporting friends, who EYI
to New I numb and it .i is .
York rendered convenience of travelers M .
for time
] a between William J. Bail of A. ; "
its taken Rooms
vial of a cause y Ad. tt" Banner HOM*. M.
a a travelling in
Leon the
perfct1y wele jTha,Western lino as far Circuit Court of at ensuing October mae Fishing ant Hunting excursions companion-(be con. Bellamy,dec'd.,complainant, and Ma C Rwlel, tended greatly to Improve the li.e, tb patronage o HAVING Fla., very respectfully tender his ear.

u &Cbebt, wasjfot: ..}& operation daring election. al thi exposure to wet making them very liable to be Ex'x. of Joseph R Ro le ded,a oter. the public U tfaI18lict Proprietor vice to thoM who desire faIiI.Jut.1Id ecrwct Like-
1M ne but attacked with occasions, defendant for foreclosure a PIe, wi WIGHT SAWE m* e* taemselvr or friend*,which,wSl be tra-
could be obtained -h-- of WILLAll H. ANDREWSrespectfully the
fio&og Tics friends tb Tolb-b o
( sale the July peat, Bj JOH AR.At. mitted to posterity IndeUible taomeato of th.
fi'OID lftw \.' lt-n die suitable and the Elixir, the iDof me, proving a cotoiete ex t Q A Ma i b *
bin candidatelot
most serious M a May22,184.
disaster announce > antidote. loe er to dor, a woman .Bi. Likenesses are warranted to plnas.. Prkf90MonticeUo
tfe) Jiu"hu teed from tlraos.pherieckctridty (be office of Sheriff Jefferson County Fla.,at witkTup.ect. \ remain, med year* of age; a boy flamed Wil- Bark Mill*. March 21,18041. ,. :_ -

she* Wham been opened I the election in October next believing that no one Yours, ever liam sboot6yonrsof age; asdsbaytbechildo( -

At Troy,1801I t''tbe wues were hori .the office thaa b*. or wo worthy WM.. A. CLL. said Mo.about 21".ic;: rpwo.Ls1mpr.ve4 BARK aad MILLS most for. TanD.0cc. of re.tI l1GE.NERAt; *. .t este'AprdLl$47 ,. '
reeked G-oc A fresh ropply or the ,above .& il.t' .
;baiqIe4 the relai the tofiag of the voters of Je&rtoa. I Jo received in Tallahassee,sad for sale Meiu Special)tt ed CoemtMkmer. siiinM to horse power. pe a. 13"l 1 ". 11. est J&.
'flIM&.AThntj .:J.15. i' May 15. lS4t. MANY'VOTERS : 1 1M1./ 4 .2t LEWIS AMES. Jon 5IM7. : .' I1.ISt'. ; '- f.* 44""er M. 1 BAKER. .' .. -j :"fJ'.

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New Store aad New Seod* .the 'President-oTttie U. "
i b; : ,- .PJ0PO CONSTITUTION OF THE ttterdal ihaflpressntrn} .
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.ifJU/ar kick ee tie eomer'tf Jfonrft t T01t Ut Woler,, raorotXDAXD ACaKCBT vouchers to Hosu'Jodn l

10 ., rShg9tds,.pu.iie B.3w'zZwt : r Trots the 1s September. 1847. 90th of UUU.AXSXMBT; IVBJCCT TO'THC ACT1OJI in and for th Coonry t tad apply P a U 1 ".I

: .. ..wt,.., c.wt 1CIt4J\-rw Jnh. ISM.; iDef ia the &at.ofFloridawillbereceived or.TBX MXXT OXHEJLAJ.ASSMOLT. b .u Administrator hf. Clement ADMao. j

:r rket nue, will ttj f.sniA at Office of"Po Office Department W. Sttpbnt,latt said Cocntyd.cess.d.. lb. t.a.o .
m-i. L aXXXBAI.AMORTMCHT Or in the City 0 WW 9 A. M. An Jtct s. to amend Constitution of this Stale o GAE. t. will pay the State u .i"
111k.1 of the 15th of July, decided by the 1s at to extend I. all fret to&ite male into tit ants, Monticello, 16, for tht year* 18461 ,
Goods _
::1 Fa* rBooMt. Staple 81'7 Jlr 1S1. 2 I l
of Ant,) on the routes, arid i the manner leixg citizens of the United States, loft stall 640acmlying HoteeV'

I .:' Wood, Willow Hats BMt Crockery and Shoes and Stone Hardware Ware,, hin specified, viz.: hnt resided!tciMm this Slat oneyear, 'elsetiP4fra4J4ie. Notice. I WtUeo 1 A.B.] ___ \. r'

. ; !" Claw Taro. Groceries, fce., I 3533-From Jl FLRIDA, Branch t SECTION 1...Bt 0 enacted ly tht Senate and SIX moath ate. date,I ah present the Hon.my Judge account ofProbate lag t belong. to O.Swttt*)H< t 1

, BEADY MADE CLOTHING. Alligator, 70 miles and back once a wek. Representatives of tht State of Florida of Leon County for t of at 960acrerarportiaf tobeloficttti ""

, $ rarnxo or THE romowiif: Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at B a. m., M Qenertl4aembl tnW That the first Administratrix on the estate lt Gr" ditO f o Joseph M.White,aad ry&f o a.! .

Ladies 1ri %e and Mualins, in dress patterns, arrive at Alligator next day by :p.n. clause of the sixth atel o be 1 late of said County, d A. 161 sores lying o tbthtadtfr. I
:l. ..:. Tarltoo O I oi the United do hereby the ol and and Co
' : Book. Moll Swiss and Jaconet do., Jacksonville next :p.m. ol age twenty-cue years upwr January 23.1847. l
.i. Plain barred and stripe Cambrics, declare and make known that public sales will b 3534-From Key West, by Miami Rver. Indian who shall be, at the time of offering citizen JOHN W. C001
: held at the 1odentione land Offices in River and Mosquito Inlet. to of the UDlte States,and who shall have resided IideXDffiCi.TUCOLW
black Tarlton
White aa4 Muslin
l. mack Crape black Bariege STATE OF 'LORDA, periods hereinafterdesignated and back once a month. 1 min and had babittoa.dotci home and place of w. 8. (DIWOL"I, February 20, 1847/ I 4 I j

. .. '.. Grew Bariege,Black Lace and Lore Tells, to Leave Key Wet from the 16th to the 20th of each permanent' ODle next pre "r- *
At the Land Office at ST. APGUSTIMJ:,commene- the election at which he to rote State .C <
and .olid colours month, arrive at Charleston with all l practicable des ceding Jeffcrwa Cent Florida P.
, Gingham,fancy ing on Monday the twelfth day of.Tuy next for the I and who shall, such time and for six months immediately loUelo ,, IN CHANCEIIY.-IN I

: f Bariege attd Muslin embroidered Shawls, disposal of the public lands within the limits of the :I patch.Leave Charleston the 1st of eacBtnonth,arrive preceding a said time,have bad his habitation \ the Circuit Courts of the Middle FOR JEFFERSON COUy'- 'C
,: f- Do. aM Silk Scarfs, undermentioned to wit: on home and place of V Y Circuit,and of the County of Colombia of the

Linen Cambric, rn 1346. 5 N
: Do. ido. Hdkfs plain bem-stitched an'I" miian. and Key Largo to Miami River by water and thenceby deemed a qualified voter at all elections under Augt 2 Catharine Six*Smith,John )f. tad

embroidered Township twenty-two range twenty-eight. land and water via Jupiter Inlet Indian Constitition and none others, except in elections by mH..Harrison, fi. .

:( Black and fancy coloured Kid Gloves, Townships twenty-one and twenty.two, oi range Musquito Inlet and Smyrna to St. Augustine, wi RYr.b general ticket in the State or District prescribed bylaw Law''otlce.BROCKNBROUGH&M. JTappesringtotheCcunbyth.5 Df '

Work Pockets, twenty-nine. considered also for of said route to in which cases, the elector have been a 'I
raetalSc and velvet ; specified mus _
Silk b
te cmbat
: Black, white and fancy coloured silk Mitts, Townships eighteen and nineteen, and section six, in bid. r'rtion. resideit of the State one year net preceding the ELL Sth. is a DIeidet CUr I

.,.' White and black twist silk Gloves, in township twenty, of range thirty. 3535-From Milton to Sparta 65 miles and back election,and six months within the election district I of Sooth Carolina: Sate a I I_

.", Lisle Edging, Muslin Edgings and Inserting Townships eighteen, nineteen and twenty-oae once a week. \ he offers to vote Provided, That no sol WM. H. BROCKENBROUGH wi retorts to Flo i I therefore Ode That I

:y;:. Black silk Lace 1 to 8 in. wide range thirty-one. Leave Milton Tuesday at 6 a. m., arrive at diersenxnan or marine in the regular Army or Navy in time to attend all Courts of the and aDe t a c-,
every complaDa' !
.' &.. Thread aad Bobbin Edging and Laces, Townships eighteen and nineteen, of range thirty.two. Sparta next day by 5 p. m. of l\e United States, unless he were a qualified elector Middle Circuit,and Jackson and Franklin Coon- app Monday in Dxl, o w

Parasols, Parasollettes and Sun-shades Leave Sparta every Thursday at t a. m., arrive at of this State previous to his enlistment a such ties in West Florida. B. Jt M. will also attend the will be taken ( and ou .
s' o
$ ;!4 China straw and fancy Muslin Bonnets Township eighteen, of range thirty-three. Milton next day by 5 p. I. so\ier. seaman or marine in the Regular Army or Supreme and Federal Court. Tei time will b I decreed cona Ile U I I

., Misses Ciina and do. do. do., At the Land Office at NEWWAKSVILLE,commencing 3530-From Okbumrk to Fort Butler miles r&vy the United States,or of the revenue service devoted exclusively to the ltga poftU That a (op,, of'this A i IW: : O

to Bonnet powers| and Ribbons on Monday the nineteenth day of July next for and back once \'ek.. ,hal be considered a resident of the State in consequence claims d Slate. aUente the public newspapers printed 2el

Ribbons assorted the disposal of the public lands within the limits of Leave ever Thursday at 6 a. m., arrive of being stationed within the same. of Which arrangements have bn week (or four months .
Lutestring the undermentioned and ftaclional town- Okhumrk prosecution mae cODtivly. I
coloured velvet Neck Ribbons, townships at by Passed Senate, December 1, lS4f in BAL

k :; Fancy Black and white silk Hose ship to wit: Leave Fort Butler every at arrive D. H. MAYS. President Senate.II. March 13, 1847. :34 A tre : Teste, T hr
S: : White brown blue and slate col'd ditto South of the late line, and east .f tAr principal at Okahurnpka b! f ARCHER Secretary Snat. C. G. coy, Citi.

4 :f. Misses white and brown do. do., meridian.Township 3537-From Pensacola,by Apalachicola,St.Mark's Passed House 184C.. TIN MANUFACTORY. MonticeUo. .,Marh 16,(20] 1847. 3J I
nine of range fourteen. 600 ROBERT Ho.'Rep*. 4DxALIs
Feather and paper painted Fans. Cedar Keys and Tampa Bay to Key West mile RON Speaker
Pink white scarlet straw and blue Floience Fractional townships twenty-seven twenty-eight and back, once a month. M. D. PAPT, Clerk. j'j'rmw

4 Long Lain Irish Linen, Linen Sheeting twenty-nine and thirty on the main land,of range Leave Pensacota on the 1st of each month, arrive ;J. I FORTUNE

Linen Table damask fifteen. at Key West with practicable despatch. An Act to amend the Constitution of this State to of the TIN alt

Linen Napkins, Bird's-eye Diaper, Linen Dowlas I Township twenty-seren, and fncional townshipthirtyfive. Leave Key West on the I.t tof each month arriveat a to ma the sessions of the General Assembly HAVING: lately the property proprieor, Flagler &.Co., DRUGS MEDICINES. Olt

Russia Diaper Crash and Huckerback Toweling ,on the main land of range sixten. Pensacola with all practicable despatch. of annual. I this method of informing the public that he Toilet Articles PAINTS

6 to 12-4'brown and bleached Cot. Sheeting Township twent-S1en. and ClactlnaltownblpsI maiuland.of Proposals will be considered for parts of said route SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and I tke keep constantly on hand at the shop oppositehis Perfumery, .. 'GIN I Irantizas'

Col'd Cambrics white and brown Holland, I thirty-three andthirty-fire.on the range to be specified in bid, and for water service from Representatives of the State of Florida store a large assortment of all the varieties of .aV'KU.A.JrD cowls,

; a4 Alpacka/Bombazine: ,silk Velvet black Satin I seventeen. fractional township thir Pensacola to St. Andrew's Bay and St. Joseph's or in General Assembly convened That the second Tin and other articles usually kept in his line of Apothecaries' Glass Ware 4e.
TownshiD twenty-seven either and from St.Joseph's by land Analdchicola clause of the fourth article of the Constitution of
to 'business. be furnish
Dreu and Furniture Calicoes, I He to any constantly
g jiL Cruel.number shades ty-two, on the mali land and townships thirty-three and thence by water. this State be so amended a to read a follows, viz: in wiiiso Tin-ware prepared at low prices T lowest market prien.OD handanaforssJ.j t_

- : : and thirh'.tie. of range eighen. 353S-From St. Mar' Ga. Nassau C. II. Fa 2d. The of the House of Representativesshall Merchant a
,4 Tape N dles, Silver Thimbles, Fancy Binding. thirty-four by membr as can get it from the North: and ben them to
Numbernriousltinc: fancy silk Trimmings and ,thirty-two of nineteen.thirty-thrce to Jacksomille,53 miles and back, once a week. be chostn by the qualified voters, and shall call and examine for themselves. There'is an object We have received by late arrivals large
1; and coloured Linens fur men. thirh'.f\ range Leave St Mary's every 1 in..arriveat serve for the term of two years, from and after the in it here it will be addidoad
White brown fancy by law for the use of schools Thursc\ p. first election having a free from damage, supplies ofIrugiMcdicmei and CheitAealt,1t.ie.
of the under the Constitution -
Jacksonville next day day
wear, military excluded from y > p. rn. amende which usually gets by shipping. together with most of the popular patent raneW
7 Fancy coloured' Cotton the sales. or purpse.ti b Leave Jacko1vile"try Wednesday at 6 a. m., and no longer; and the .tion. tbeGenra GENERAL ASSORTMENT 01 TIJ-WilE. render our assortment the largest and most vtS
shall be and i
Assembly biennial commence on
Jt Pretty and Fancy Attortmentirlcn The sales will each be kept open for two weeks, arrive at ) net by 12 m. in No\ in each and the State. All of which we offer at the lowestojJuly
: Monday ember 1 doz Furnaces, such family ought to _
IHndc Clothing. unless the lands sooner di.posd of.)and no lon every a every pIIC"
: Ready ( are "UTES. second at such other times be
or have Skimmers
year a may pres. Dippers, Oil Cans,
entries of land in the Sga Sagr 23,1845. 1 LEWIS
i- HATS, UMBRELLAS &c. ger; and no private townshipsso Each proposal should be accompanied by a guarantee cribed by law. Stoves & AMIs.PRINTS

, &.v.-, Patent and Calf Boots sewed and 'pegged. offered, u ill be admitted until after the expirationof ,signed by one or more responsible person, in Sec. 2. Beitfurtlierenacled, That the third clause Sheet Ses.making Stove &, ONLY.]
of said sales.
Calf Bootees do. do. do. twove1s from the commencement the following manner, viz. : of the fourth article of the Constitution amended Tin and Copper for Roofing and of Buil
Fashionable Beaver and Leghorn Hat, GiTo my hand, at the City of Washington that the shall read follows 3d. That the Guttering !
I The undersigned -, so same as : I and put up at short notice, the city -
Men and Boys' Palm Hats, this sixth day of April Asian Domili one thousand if his bid for earning; the mail garnt.that Representatives shall chosen on ti first Mondayin ding. SPRING STYLES-1847.

t4'f: Cotton Ginghams and Silk Umbrellas. eight hundred and forty-seven.JAMES K. POLK. be accepted by the Postmaster General, shall enter the month of Otuber. in each every second ALSO, a new invention for draining Sugar,which

Hard Ware.Mill BV the President into an obligation prior to the M day of September year from and afer election under this a- will drain it for market in two days, and begs the LEE & BttEWSTER. :

crosg-cnt, hand key tenant and wood Saws YOUNG: next with good and sufficient sureties to perform the mended Conltituton.or on such other day a may planters to call and examine. 44 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK ;
chisels and braces with bills assort'd RC'I'RD l. service be Well and and double
Augers files the Central Land proposed 20 patent Citer single R Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods tiat tier
Knob. plate. stock pad, trunk chest. cupboard ConU6ioer o Office. This should be accompanied by the certificate of Sec. 3. Bt further enacted That the fifth caus Pumps,well adapted plntatio ue have received, and are DOW exhibit!**. at' "

box, horse and till Locks, assorted, a postmaster or other equivalent testimony,that the of the aforesaid article be so amended as to a March 6,1S47. WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Printed c2
Pocket and table Knives, shoe and butchers' do., guarantors are men of property, and able to make follows viz: Te Senators shall be chosen b the COM, (
s Carving Knives and Forks E"ery person entitled to the right of pre-emption good their guaranty.The qualified !, for the term of four years, )the

KAZORS -Few left of Old Rough and Ready Razor to any lands within the townships bore enumerated, proposal should be sent to the Department same time in the same manner and in the same SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, <5C3)) QASJBS.

Straps, is required to establish the same to the satisfaction sealed endorsed "froposalt for Route .Vo. -, place where they vote for members of the House of Comprising all the
of the and Receiver of the Land Of. FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE New
Britannia table and Register proper and Spring Styles
German silver table and lea, in -, and to the first assistant Post Representatives; no person be a Senator
flee, and make payment therefor, at soon at allrtsse shl OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN Of British French, and American Mamtfattvrt
tea and iron table and tea Spoons, prati.table master General. nnl<, h@ he a white m1n. a nf the ;
1M tnitpd
.a. Box coffee and corn Mills, Brass preserve Kettles, after seeing this notice, and before the diy appointed For the prohibition of mds resulting from combinations Statesand shall have been an inhabitant of this State IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD which, ADDITION to their usual stock, .
for the commencement of the sale of OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM their assortment one of the
halter and dog Chains, public for two next his election and the most beautiful aadtl-
!' Log. fifth trace ; and the terms and conditions on which the years preceding ,
Wafile and Wafer-irons the lands embracing the tract claimed; otherwise resident of the district which VIZ: tractive in the city; and havingj'tul been porchaMj
4I p Wrought iron Grid-irons, is to be made, see the last annual advertise last year a or county for
Collins No. 1 Axes. Steel Traps. such claim will be (orfeited.RCHARD. cotrac. C. JOHNSON he shall be chosen, and shall have attained the age Scrofula o Kingt Ecu, ltal. Obstinate FOB CASH m DOlT CREDIT,

Ames'Spades and long and short-handle Shovels. M. YOUNG Postmaster General. of twenty-five years. CutantO Eruptions Pmplt.o Pdulc.o the Are offered by the piece or package on the MM

Snaths. shrub Scjthes and reap Hooks Commissioner Getal Land Office. POUT OFFICE DEIAITMJT. April 21, 1817. Sec. .4.:Be it farthjtr enacted.That the sisthclus Face, B/otc.Bites Cltmi Ste yct, Ring terms at and below manufacturers priM

Fair and good supply Mechanic Tools, and April 21, IS 17. 40 ts May 8,151. 42 t5July. of the aforesaid article be so amended a a Worm Hta.Enlargement and Catalogues of prices (corrected daily) are placed

: Many, many articles in the Hard-ware line not follows,viz: The classification of Senators, as madeat Pain of the Bones and Jon, Stubborn Ulcers in the hands of buyers.
Ti I IIf
Bar and Billiard Room. I
: mentioned. SULPHUR SPRING the frt session ot the General Assembly held in Syphilitic Syptt a o Lumbago andDiseo.es I Purchasers will inform themselves of the states
MONTICELLO FLORIDA. the S 13, shall continue an injudicious we of Mercury the and be well
unchanged one market for
and Wood Ware. year ; hal repaid an examiaatka !
; of whom, nearly as possible shall chosen ,or JJropty, Imprudence even i if they do not
; Churn, 3 sizes-Tubs of all kizes, undersigned respectfully informs his friends a b Acc Ep.ut o purchase.
I THE I subscriber would respectfully I ever hereafter biennially for the term four : in Lfe. .'IM Chronic Clndiut al den. L. & B. have peculiar for I
Well Buckets,Pails Brass and iron-bound Buckets, the public that he has opened a BAR AND mot years l advantages executing or
,:tf.ai Keelers Biead-trajs. Wood-measures, ROOM in Monticello. on the West side his friends and the public, that Provided, however, and it is hereby delare.that '["HIS preparation is a combination hitherto unknown den for prints, which respecrfnllr .elicited. !
* Willow Chairs and Carriages for children, pubic square for their accommodaton. and .THF occupies the WAKULLA HOTEL the term of office of that class of unexpi- JL in the history of Medicine, differing entirely LEE &- BREWSTER, !
patronage. His is accommodate all who may desire red at the first election under the amended Constitution in its character and operations from the various -
# Work Baskets and covered Market ditto Ilcil.their 44 Cedar &.
} approved pattern,and is in excellent of Sulphur Water, during the ensuing ,shall extend to,and expire on, the first Monday preparations of Sarsaparilla which have been January 23, 1347. I
! Groceries.Young ordfr. Hit BAR with the H'nt.. Li- sean. in October eighteen hundred and f fifty. at different times offered to the public. It acts specifically 27 U2S I
. ;. Hyion,Imperial and Powchong Teas quart and Cigars; a variety bal'f Aconenientbatb-house was built over one of our Sc.5. Be it further enacted Thai the first dec. upon the whole system. thereby bringing it the last
,; Rio and Java Coffee, His rooms will be opened 'CONFE.TION.RY. springs last year; and another house (for the accom. Assemblymen under this amended Constitution under its direct and immediate influence. Although By Arrivals from New Tort,

.;L' BuUer and Water Crackers, day and evening; and, by strict attention to buine motion of the Ladies) will be erected during th. shall take place on the first Monday in Oto powerful healing efect ye it is en- TTTE have received a very superior fyk of

r. Roe Herri i>gs, in barrels, and a desire to please, he hopes to give general satisfaction ber, eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and p ,1 that it cnot injur most del VY French Black Cloth
?' No. 1 and 2. Mackerel, in i bbls.. brand, 1846, to his customers. Call and see him. These Baths can be used a all times are never session of the General Assembly under this amend- icate constitution. When in perfect health, no effect ,

10 ibbls. Fulton Market. No. 1 Beef B. BARRINGTON. overflowed, and the properties o the water are as ded Conittution.shall commence on the fourth Monday is produced by its use except an increase of apepetite Superior Style WooWjo Cloth

;'* White Beans, Rice,dried Apples and Peaches, Monticello, May I. 1S47.S 41 beneficial to invalids a those of any sulphur springs Novembr, in the year eighteen hundred and ; but when disease is seated in the frame, a Bottle Green French "

e Sardines 10 bbls. soused Pigs-feet in the State. It is not deemed necessary here to cite forty.eigh. carrying fast its victim along the path of life, Olive Brown" u

m% Bbls. and Jbbli. Flour Lemon Syrup Boot and Shoe Making. cases or give certificates from visitors who have tried Paed Senate, December 22, ISI6. its mysterious influence is felt and seen; it enkindle Coffee Brown ."

Sperm Candles Colgate Pearl Starch them.In D. H. MAYS President of Senate.H. new life and vigor, and health and strength
Colgate pale Soap brown and toilette Soaps THE undersigned,having purchased the addition to the usual fare at country Tav.rns, ARCIER. Secretary of Senate. to the suffering and bring -.t.LIO-
stock and material of LUAES Cassimeres
r Pickles, assorted-Catsups. assorted the Wakulla lintel will h regularly supplied with Passed House of Representatives, December 29, .THCTH is STBAJTCEK mAre. FICTION."-LET of the latest Style.-

4' Olive Oil, )Joaf'and crushed Sugar, _.REHFLD, who is about leaving the State Green Tnrte.Fish and Oysters and every attention ,1816. THE F A.C SPEA.1 Foa THEMSELVES. -The follow READY MADE CLOTHING.
informs his and the
- 4 Scotch SntffT of several Factories, respectfully friend paid to of visitors. I ROBERT BROWN.Sekr Ho. of Reps. I, ing certificate is only another link in the great chain co- Call and purchase those who want rood bargaus.
he is the where
that at
t : Mustard and Spices, assorted public at present To gentlemen fond of hunting and tshing. this M. D. PAST, of testimony to its merits. Let the afce read and BULL & PRATORlts.;
to execute all work in his line with
i Prtty, White Lead Window Glass, promptness prepared and despatch. He has on hand the finest neighborhood affords an unfailing supply garoc and Febluary 27, JI.I. 3 6m be convinc What it h done will do January 1841. 24CHARLES
'. Train Linseed and Lamp Oils, fish and to bring their
.: ; parents ui>hing eidre ain.
of calf skins, and all of materials and will : Notice.
low sots ARCHER
Good chewing smoking price Tobaccoes there is school and divine
make at short notice, and in the best manner GENTLEMEN'S : here a good 6erice every months after the publication of this notice I CHA.aLETW.Ma Sept. 23d, 1848.
C Powder, Shot, Lead &c. &c.03r &c. Sabbath SIX OTANDS at Tallahassee,and the plantlO *-
day. This that
may certify my son, now aged seventeen
BOOTS AND SHOES of apply to the Honorable James M.Gilchrist,
= every descrip The subscriber has stables for Horses,and at- Ihal : tion of Col. R, Mitchell, in Tbooti
good been for ten with the scrofulous
tion. Boot footed, soled,and otherwise repaired in Jud Probate for Gadsden County, for letters of ha years aict
The inhabitants of the city and county, good style and at reasonable charges. He will war- 'entive servants. dismission as Administiatorfrom the estate of Susan humor. At the age of svn years he had {the measles county Georgia, at 85, 810 and $1*.
and those of.: counties are particularly re. W. G. D..UGJTERY. which probably caused this humor to make its February 20,1847. 31
adjacent rant his work to be equal to any done in the place, S. Snell,deceased. appearance
to call and see for themselves-and, especially Newport, Florida, March 21. J87. in a most singular way body
quested and to give as good satisfaction as to fitting any L. Adm'r.Quincy covering hi Just Received. .
a R E fNDS.
,. we call the attention of the LADIES, whose other workman. December JS.I. 6m from hi head to his feet with small con. FEW mor copies of sat
p taste was new known to err. It will afford me great JOHN LERCH. Worms Worms! Worms suIted Doctor of Medicine, and he examined him A his Marshalls. Also Headier1 a fine Colter.Napoleon 1.H
m **
to display before them the diversified and SHERWOOD'SMAGrEIC three days in succession, and not understanding his -
p 4 pleasure May S. 15 17 42
January 9,1847. 25 P. UAYWAIUX'M.
t Lane of childhood,and the certain A. ;
precursor to consult Dr. of New
attractive F 4NCIF. in Store. TIE case,adis me Rogers, York
attendance trill If many dangerous dieaes. if allowed to re. REMEDIES, GOLD PILLS AND I resident of that After
.t Immediate, and punctual a a long
'. main long in the human system in great numbers. MAGNETISED PLASTER. and critical examination ciy. than D. PAPY
, .i, paid to all orders. sent mt.I having more thirty ,
S. F. BURNEY. Thousands of Children di annually from For Chronic Diseases of the Organs and Lib& other medical gentlemen with him at the same time .2 Qm Ii .Ag, ,

: April 17, 1817. 39-{SexTiif XL, please copy. -i Worms. he pronounced i Scrofl. or King's Evil. The Practice in'
all the-
CHRONIC DSSE Courts in the Bbddk
child then and
was taking WILL
The season i is now close at hand when the become -'l' ,may in. Office on the first floor of to*Cap
', medical drugs from that time. He until
Peters1 Vegetable Pills most troublesome to chidren ( ; I variably which be dlitingui.he by the June of 1S37 and then his bones became grew worse affected inconsequence itol,South wingroom ,formerly occupied by' the,
pain of the
Dr. Woodruff's Worm pressure Secretary
SpecificIs Territory
. Troth mighty, and in this case has GREAT 5 on the ganglions of the spi. of the mercur that had been given him. November 15 .
1845. 17
ARIA-. a safe and efficient remedy for Wor. Tiy it.- a nal nerves in the intervertebral A piece of bone ce away from his uner-jaw, in ,
Prevailed -
: : 20 Bnihels, or : of I is a good as the best, and cheap a the cheapest.Mr. 4 along each side of the the first place, as large as a English wanut. pieefrom JOHN ERSKINE
"QETERS* i'ILLSbave from the firit been a favorite Joseph Shipley, of Muscogce Co.. Ga..says it spaces his forehead as large as a a
matter what sixpence
I. JL medicine the South but now their Dr. Gordon's Pills 200 Worms from child spine no name maya pe ATTORNEY AT LAW
consumption brought
I' Famiy away a negro ,belong have been given to the malady byph'sica. from near the crown of his head. It then ,
I.'i is confined to no section. In the North, the vast and for this new and ing to him, in a short time. or other the back and side and discharged in three places. Q,11lncy.FIerWa.

I % East and tht West as well as beyond the Potomac : THE justy celebrated meicine. and the numerous I Mr. John J. Little, of Whitcsville. Geo., says I S : : writer.nosologists The pain thus From thence to one of his lmb.separating, in con. TT7ILL attend the Justices' Courts of Gad

1" in Europe, South America India and the West Indies cures are daily all of the I gave it in one case and brought away 50 Worms. In -s will be more or less sequence of the muscle and cord Vf Bounty, the Circuit Court of MiddleTlorida

: they are known and appreciated. The demand country where they have been prtion.( Dyspepsia i another case, it cured his negro woman of Tenia or -C prouc according to the intensity from the bones of the ankle joint on the back part.- and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia.

I (or them has) no parallel in the annals of medicine Liver and Billions Diseases, : Tape Worm. ,, of svre.the disease, or its active He had at one time fifteen running sores or i.ut November 22,1845. 19 tffX
. and it be said of their advocates"Thecryi..tilltheycome- Complant. Mr. Thomas Boyd, of Coweta Co. Geo., I i I
may with their well atendat. Sick Headache says passive state at the time. Pressure from tie glans of the throat and those places Phave :> Sentinel copy.
,, : &c.,has induced the undersigned to make arrangements gave it to a negro boy who was in bad health; itbrought on the ganglions next above mentione. In 1840, I lived in Portsmouth, N. H., -
In all diseases of the stomach the abdominal vis- away immediately 30 worms! He was soon with a Rheumatic Fever which NATHANIEL HAMLIN
to receive his stock direct from the the first cervical vertebrae, indicated in the hur.attake ,
.-' cere, the liver or the system generally, their alternative ploprieor. well,and remains so up to this time. annexe settled in which swelled
hips as
would their large
say to numerous they by No. 1, determines tubercular oe and
cQtomer. engraving Factor Conunluion Bcrthut
, .: the constituent an disa ,
and tonic 1817.
acting January
; \ properties upon three of the other. Being under Medical treatment,
to them wholesale and retail, at the Head and Brain Throat Ears
prepared supply Eyes or on the
.: properties of the blood will produce an imme. 'GRlrnx. Pike Co., Geo., JulyTi2,1S4G.. ; NEW ORJ.EANS.
I. : New YOlk prices.THOMAS. No. 2, that of the Muscles, Joints they gave him laudanum until he lost his reason. : '. diate change, and eventually perform a radical core.TESTIMONIALS. M. TURNER Savannah. Dr. Woodruff Please forward immediately three on space the No. 3. that of the or Limb; Then I became alarmed, and sent for a Thomsonian.His Col. WK. BAILIY, Jefferson Co.}
f on 1t
space ; space
, r; A large stock of these excellent Pills just received dozen of your Worm Specific. We have calI for it No. 4. that of the Stomach; on LUng No. 5, that medicine helped his hip and resored his reason. JAS. KIKKSZY Esq.,Tallahassee. >J n.Zl'rC.

;t:.,' '. Extract ot a letter from Dr.-J'Waincs, of Philadelphia the- and for sale at 25 cents per box with full directions, daily. Send it without delay. Respectfully, of the Liver, and at the letter A,that of the Spleen; The third time he was attacked with this fever in D. LADD Esq., Newport. }
Your Pills
lel ,dated February 2, 18-10: are LEWIS EDWARD JNO. G. HILL & CO. 1S42, when hearing of Dr. and G, 184'7 29
by & AMES,MILESNASHand on the space No. 6, that of the Small Intestines on Snds Spala. February
mildest in their operations and yet most powerful in 'TALBOT Co., Geo., December 12, 1845. ; being perfectly satisfied that had
BARNARD and will
FL. on enquiry the No. that of the
7, the al
-p their effects of any that I have ever met with in a Tilaae. Dr. Woodruff have recently made trial of your space Kidneys; on space failed of effect I N.
cure, and procured six bottles HI. MARTIN
be found in town and villages in the South No. S, that of the Uterus; and on the No. 9, ing ,
practice of eight and twenty years. Their action on ,and We t. al Worm Specific in very bad cas. with the happiest that of the Testes &c. space and by the tune he had taken it all I consideredhim Commiuioa and
the chyle and hence on the impurities of the blood, effect. I think more of it than ever, and believe places he ed-he became .Fonrardiig Icrtiut
May 9,1S47. 42 Cm i is bright
It no matter whether tenderness be found in one wel. TO
is evidently very surprising. will do in 02cases in the 10.J. and came to his face and lips-from KM Poydras street.NEW.ORLEANS ,' .
? Extract of a letter from Dr. Henry Hall of Que. E. ROPER, M. D. or more places,or whcthec one or more of the organs -
that time till the Fall of 1844 his complaints never LA.'
limbs diseased the curative
. or as cessunder the o
;l bee L. C. March 6, 1841:-"For billious fevers, troubled him At that time he became deaf, which SELLING, RECEIVING AND TO*,
of these in
use remedies one and all of the BUYING
I' 3 sick headaches, for pidity of the bowels, and en-< TiE REMEDY NEEDEDFor diseased organs and limbs proceeds at the same timr. To determine continued until last March, when his right eye became attended Id with promptnrssxzrzas ,
of the Dr. Peters' Pills
are an
spleen ex
argratnt affected from that to the left
; eye,covering the TO
the of these it is
necessity only .
celienl medicine. Dysentery Diarrhea and remeie. :
& Griping of the that he Jito. W.
Pains detect the sight eye was in a great measure AKGTUC LATHAM It BAXXT
to in 1
For tale LEWIS & AMES, MILES NASH necessary ganglia,
4&A by Summer Complaint t of of the intervertebral spaces on cither side of the deprived ofsight.Knowing A. BISTWICX, S. S. SIXUT.
'wr EDWARD BARNARD. From the late Georgia any that Sands Sarsaparilla was the only December 5,1846. 20'.
Houus. remedies
., .
0 &<. At. Km I Kptne. Tes invariably cure every casein
" 3'' ".. q.3g. & ,, -- success of these Pill, in ,curing in a few Regiment. the stage of the disease,and a great majority medicine that had ever done him any g.I appliedto ; -
where all othe remedies have ( and IUZS ST. IG.July 24,1346. of those in the Mr. Fowle, Apothecary at Boston He Molasses and Fish Barrels. .

:t1 CABINETJMAKING.DAMON that too, in cases of twelve and aile Dr. M. Woodruff Dear Sir oe you an apology white lastincluding tubrClcnmptionand consumption has taken fifteen dola worth which has removed T hiEundersignedbu constaxitl7 on hud ted

. standing-warrants the assertion, that if taken BC.cording for not acknowledging before this the receipt of a quently swelng.the Icpet *, even before the the humor from eyes and bearing, and he now engage anyquantity of superior Cypreii3YJVI',

".! A LYNCH. the directon.lbey are a certain cure.- box cf your Dynentary Cordia.which you had the cough commences. There is no other remedy for app to b cre.and radically so. I verily be or FISH BARREI3: the ormer.loldi'rollJJa.
. of kindness to send mo ., for the use might have been avoided gallons the later usual
: proof of their infalli whie the di.eae.is well known to every The : Fish barrelsass.
entire stock and interest of physician. if'
flAYING bootht bility might br added, but those upon the directionsare of my corps. remedies are perfectly safe for of all and if I had continued thorougly the use of the Sarsapa.rilla Newport.Feb. 13, 1847. 30 D) "L_LAD
'\i 1. j Wieaker in the Cabinet Shop, are deemed sufficient. them I have found it a most valuable and only condition and persons ages when he was under its influence the first time.
Try and be medicne. require no change of diet that
prepared to 5p all kinds of work in that line, and con..inee that have not except the of the facts \
of of
: regret supply These'are simple the .
the effectual my of .ttement State Tax ChlectrSl
R that they are most and greater supply of For sale by
: Lops the patronage heretofore given to the shop will 1 fo.
men have he directions,they have invariably case, and I feel it my those knownto
best remedy ever oflered to the public to insure MILES NASH fact virtue law,I wffl
be continued Their in the business very of the rested la JD by
5 tt experience found relief. We have suffered and are suffering the public, for the benefit of those mar BY power
and lasting core.BXACO'S At the Post Office,Tallahassee, Fa. b How doora
a permanent for
them in i satisfaction. salebefor.the Court
: warrants saying they can give much from by the wretched afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction
.\It. 1 They txeeatt their woik null, and are willing to di. STORK, Lowdes Co., Ala.,) water we Dlentr. ,oeaone your Cordial it restoring May 8,184. 42 6m cure has been effected solely from the effect of this the city olTa1I&tWMe,county of Leoa,."ti. &*

; ;t pose of it on as reasonable terms as any other workmen April 2). 1815. .5 all to their wonted health and vigor. With JEFFERSON invaluable medicine. Monday in July next, following property,or
,I. in the Statt. ,/>. G. K.: 7yler-Dear Sir:-Th may certify COUNY much thereof will the State and Potjatv tax N
:; m sincere thanks for your kindness,and best"i.he Tax Collcct r's Sale. HANAH. BECK, 223 It. pay .
35 that after using many preparations (or the cure ) Man I the same for the 1846
.March2O,1847. o( success, I am obedient u.. year : .r
your servant
1i Chills and Fee and expending some forty-five your ISAAC Ma T>Y virtue authority vested in me by law, I t fe the Odo13.1s6.-T Lot. N.- n, 318,3193O, rioa'plait**
lars in physicians bills, without benefit I HOLME Capt. lGad.A JD shall for sale, before the Court House name .Bck. **'
#'I-:. Middle Circuit. an) pro. fresh supply valuable expose and made solemn oath that 179.north addition,of the city ot7kh$5''P
; a box of Dr. *. door,in Jefferson abye by '
Tyler Fever Pills County on certfcte.
Clle Ague at received and for sale by Lewis tt Ames, Druggists Monticlo. her and statement ,porting to belong to-Davenport* ?_.
just ,
;' IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. which cored sbrib therin Sbr
me effectually, after I bad July next FISHER
dlla. A. A.
Tallahassee; also,by R. Manning!,P.M.,Mannin&ton -i are Before me, ?
Nathaniel Ftaree* ) Ihi distressing and unpleasant com. Leon Jas. B.Beard, Pv M., Micco- the following property,'or mach thereof u.H I lre. JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace. and ca Jbfe Tax Cot fcrLXrf Po 7'

1c'N.. I Attachment for plaint fo and moth,. I have bO thel usedin sookie, Leon County S. F. Burney, Miccosookie; pay the State' and County. Tan, thereon fa I For(urtberpa4icolars and conclusive evidence of .. December, 1846. S3 ft0 ._._!
thirty not single box has
I a .
, Ablon and Robert R. can I 1840:
go 50.
, $ year
Eugene b Samuel Druggist,Monticello James Hines its superior.value and which
ydlaleMerchanU.tradiDg Assam psit.under lieve them to be the very best and mOt safe and c. : Qnincy P1ton.Davies,of Gsdsden County; ; D. Ba. N E S3 and If W J.Sc 33, and W | of N nay be obtained of Agents efficacy,gratis,see pamphlets, Notice* ,

, 31 the name and",10., Damages 2000. fain cure ro ages and fever that can be used,ad un. key P. M., Chattahoochie, and \ Powers, Merchant E I, S R 4, N E purporting to belong i Prepared and .A. B. & D. Draggists peflO bt.d'totbesta tl J
tonic restorative ALL
equalled u a all debilitated s N. ..
E. Ab1oo!& Co.. J con Marianna. Dnc M. Quarlei.WJ 100 Fulton street,corner of .Y. .tate of itarioa,Coun Fl0fld'
H &D4nt and all others interested art he. ditionsofibe cystm. E. MYERS.Price April 3. 1847. 37 S 15,T2,R 4, N &E, owner not SoldalsobyLEWIS&AMERTallahauooSMITH hereby notiadtomskamenttoth.s'the.
THE il 1 box, with full directions. For sale known. I
; J tbt institution of the per .
and .. & St. all keying
at Fla. LEWIS Pensacola.F.
bysttcbmea.d ar*required to app and plead I Talahl. by & AME MILE received.direct from Havana Lt No. 3fracSec2l'F2R4, N & E.84 acre*. and by Druggists generally'throughout the United will prewat them to the aa*fil1 attend,'
: in this BARNARD and I 2, c .. -
i to tht declaration 6e case this time al .ut c 2lT2R4, N&B.80 State ,ibe,time rwpiradb b'"
prescribed by jUw%. b found in all th. town and village. South and 1 BALE of Grass Hammocks, U 1, c .. .. wcorery. ; N05T T..A 'a'I
Six $5.
., ,. 21T2R4NaE8 $1 per for
. JJEETHELOT. Jc ARCHER, West. .J X 2 dozen assorted Preserves, I 5f I ',. I! Pi bU. btl! requested to re. Cryatal Rlttr,Bentea Co.? ri,44a.aa/1
l : Attf PlaLatiftfTiniTABtf I ) Sf IS. 42 ..to': 10 doz superior S1p brr1.Orange,Ounge -.A ?2.Ta.R.NfcEll3acrt. Te pub1c a respectfully that has been .I I t

t 9t, U4', 5 : 'L r Flower fce..24 spnor Coffee, lying in .b of Miccosookie L near tht. plantation I mbr S Spa ... CaM. ... : ,
n.m laI Grocer1es'sI'A :>r 17 bags Drown of GY. Moe owner ,D.eotya disease* to wbieb the.G NaM-ds'-

BALSAM OYWILD CHERRY, for FULL assortment just rei.t,1 for iili by |16 taxes White Havana Sgar. aSMITH flIMKINS mOt. subject therefore ask Sand**. $ \'ece1ndu4.w.ta1tM. : .:...
nian \ !
[ I VYwU by} LE\VIS.AMES I d L. & H. I CO? 30,000 Cigars of the very bst Shff. and et officio Tax Col.Jtff. ... ,parUla,and J DO other. C s.\ a S. C1t.tENDUIU w& t"

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