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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: July 3, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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- H.fcodJk* fitted tightly; shook as if smitten ya rock-the planks storm cloud, through which the lightning.incessantly We haro tkftog&for some time past if of faom Jalap* nlatesrecorcnrtf IsWEIkhIe )1.wAieh,. nevaebejwaoved- ,' V ,: ,

her plaited hair,)apron blu were ripped up 4he Bplhrters hufled through played and thunders rolled. Mod fering a few reffections-oaf.thia anaewas ..volaate J atthe .sCSc "rr1.'er --. .
Tic night breeie wafted htly; the air, and the decks strewed with mangledforms trie and his men could distinctly hear the heavy class of the community, especially la regard '.battle of.Cerro 1'wW : t
white could' be Goi a'm.OQ
white
Her slocking as Amid the smoke, bombs were seen blows of their shot, as they struck the ships to the position they actually sustain and the an occurrence at tb ; .Satarday; '
Said I, the maiden fair to tec, traversing tho air, and dropping in an incessant and crushed through the solid timbers.At position they should sustain in lelation to tha degrading nature of the punishment Inflicted. th Chin Sunday V sad tea Maixxaefsaa" .,
Is just the very girl for me! shower within the fort-but in about nine o'clock the other classes of Their t Frda. V.
r a morass length, half-past society. name b O those belonging to the who guilty V
The brindled coW her call obeyed the middle swallowed them up as fast as they; English, finding their vessels cut up, and tbe gionand they.are marc orJaa identified with committing capital offences army :. a Superior i* 696 feel abor .the,farel

Came all tbe meadow through; fell. At length riddled through and through, crews dreadfully reduced, slipped their cables, all the departments of bosmesa ind life.- Speaking of, wounded I will relate of the sea, a cantata 32,000iquare ines.V V
And ai the.xnilL.al said I," sweet maid her beds of mortar broken up, tho bomb-ves and moved quietly away. The uproar bad They are the I lever of Archinwd-s, which ono little incident men Shields It 1 is 400 mil.lg, 80 vide, 29OOfeet dtfep-
t tel ceased the smaller ceased and darkness and silence fal. moves the world. But, their A ba made to last
firing. are
God shield theq (rum all sorrow T Leaving vcs suddenly importance was_brought from the where he CD a eYI V
1. She looked with eyes so bright and free, eels, as unworthy ,of his attention, Moultrie len on the scenes but from that little fort went and position duly considered and rapecied 7 a o place spot several.others was had fog, by filling a t wit k shavings, .
trained his tho three cheers and when the we mean in the "ode t wher eld shoes, or aay thing 'ddsag:
. Said I, she is the girl mo, guns upon larger ones and up hearty sews aggregate. We know that I happened to I
II She shall heaft't. beloved be! Look to the Commodore look to the fifiy reached the town, ono long, loud huzza rent when some splendid luminary, like Franklin, After ( bez taen the b psnt thslkliostoezdzhethaajr. Puttbeket. .
mjr
. gun ships" passed along the lines; and they the air, and }ctorg! Victory!" ran like shoots up from their sphere, and blaze trough been .oud tho wants gat others .a i tie over the fire for a few moments,and apply

S Her eyes they seamed to answer"yes," did look to the Commodore in {rood earnest, wildfire through the streets, filling every heart the world, attracting its astonished faze-- haps dr ten fifteen of per. atorehtptbespos. '. |j '
some or
Mr heart with toye was gushing; sweeping her decks at every discharge with with joy and exultation.The it lights up by its reflection the rank ,f mechanic were attended to. Among temI New York State produces annually ,.b .

S.is. And I contrived oy'L'pa to press such a fatal l fire, that at one time there was loss of the Americans in this gallant ,and confers at least a temporary pride stout named tem \&half of 30,000,000 bushels.of..potatocs. i pro. 'V .
t'J Upon her n'arm cheek, blushing scarcely a man left upon the quarter deck.- action was slight, amounting to only thirty. ix and dignity on tho sphere whence the orb a- Dlnol m have been daces abu 12,000OtOjbBshehu ;T V. ;
.
. That blushing cheek, to fresh to see, Tbe Experiment too came in for her share of both killed and wounded, while that of the rose. But we know also that when a mechanic carried hoa a by lot a ap t baU. One quarters o thaatEbes c&nm&ed ia* -

Slid I, this maiden, far and free, consideration-her decks were slippery with British, according to their own account, was a by his industry and skill or by a fortunate of our best away Dr. went England, are i consequence of using spuko.. :.

She u the very girl for me! blood, and nearly a hundred of her men were hundred and sixty. Double the number would combination of circumstance, which the poor areon\ "hen his Wrgh and up t eta Ir. .rt 700,0001babitissl drunk. 'r

borne below, either killed! or wounded. Nor probably be nearer the truth. The commodore confer no honor on himself emerges from obscurity astonishment cme t every y. f ,J
I helped her oret hedge and si 10, my clipping e
The
With frothy mhk.pailladen} were the enemy idle, but rained back a per. had his arm carried away.* One is and ,poverty, and rolls amidst all the shattered portions cmnce, jaw and American Lakes are supposed to con.., & '
; V feet tempest of nails-but that brave garrisonhad surprised that so few of the garrison were luxuries of uncounted wealth, he often neks which still to him and afterwards dressed ea tain lAM cebic mije of water-more than I: ,
And to tca sang got used to the music; of cannon, and the killed, when it is remembered that nearly ten to forget his origis, in deference to the blind tho well circumstances would freak water oa the globe! ,,, -.
the maiden '
That a&ight
might ; men, Lcgrimincd \\itliiwruerauJimoUe, eliot thousand shot and shells were fired by the en blind prejudices of society, and the dictates admit. woun a wound A it than Physicians are"seldom known to take medi.: i, 1,
For now twas d,k by bush and tree say ; was worse a cines themselves. .
And said I," Maiden dear to me, with the precision ani btcadinv'c4 they would cmy during the day. The Acteon, during the out perverted and flattered heart, worst than wound, and a description of it would too An eel has been .> sj ?I
b known
have done iu t t" As action, went and the next denies himself his to live more than- 'Ii /
firing : a -ct. a heaT aground morning a cowardly, to great family horrible. Tho, battle .
Wilt thoa heart's beloved be r' was now over, every forty .
p my ball iz\full sweep touched the top oftbe works, few shots were fired at her, when a party was kindred and turns up his pampered noise at moment in fresh years. t t i.
they were bringing some The birth of fi
.. \Vrherefore to late F her mother cried, it took one of the coats tying upon the logs, sent to take possession. The crew, however, the mere word mechanic. This city oven victim of the result of the recent strife. It been ascertained place 605 missionaries has -3|
In wrath her (Daughter viewing. and lodged it in a tree. "S cc that coat see setting fire to her, manned the boats anJ push. amid its fashionable walks, is full of such pic. : seemed to mo that others needed the services as follows: 19 were born in ; t
t Maine
DO in New
Soft, gentle mother," I replied, that coat !" burst in a laugh on every side, as rd oft When tho- Americans got on board ture!. The fact peaks more eloquently than of the good more than did the unfor. Hampshire, 63 in Yer- t ,u
.0 Thy daughter l'n been wooing if it bad been a mere plaything that had whistled they turned two or threo of the guns 0:1 the word, that there is something radically wrong tunate individual burgeon in his mont, 162 in Massachusetts 1 in Rhode Isl. 1: :J
question- case was
I Give thy consent, then blessed a-c \ve. 'abt their heads. Moultrie, after a while fugitives, but finding the flames approaching in thu cous?it ut Ion of society-something false certainly There and, 85 in Connecticut, 119 in New York, 21 C I'
were arms and t
hopeless.
.. Sweet mother, give consent,for she took out his pipe,and lighting it, leaned against the magazine, abandoned the vessel. For a iu the popular mind. Why should Mechanics legs to amputate, balls to extract, and the in New Jersey,27 in Pennsylvania! 13 in Vir.' :-I
Is willing my beloved to be !"* the logs and smoked away with his officers as short time she stood a noble spectacle, with who combine and exhibit in their diversified writhings of the wounded showed how much jinia,G each in North and South Carolina and fj !il j
1I if there themselves instead ; her tall wreathed in flame the Kentucky, 10 in Ohio, 3 in Georgia, 2 in In. \ -r
they were out sunning masts and her range, highest and most plastic en they needed the offices he .'
From tJte Glasgow (.'/0 :) .\('* surgeon's ; yet I diana 2 in tho District of Columbia, 24 in .
within the blaze black hull and
the bclcnr.
standing smoke, cracking blazing But er ics of genius ; on whose laborious, ner continued with the Illinois man until ho had ,
India and
HERO PORTRAITS. and uproar of nearly two hundred cannon.- when the fire reached the powder, there suddenly tiring kill, wealth and luxury depends and to patched his shattered head and bound it up Germany, is the France.best t

I T5lTI/ Now and then be would taKe the pipo from shot up a huge column smoke, spreading I who'Se power pride is subservient for its swelling wel as he was able. This was on tho 13th a expensive Temperance mouth wastes medicine.three Ono i1
His name is'like a shield his! mouth shout forth like the under the and two or fortunes. { l
to fire or give some a trco at top, pressureof "pomp circumstance, bo treated as April.
Of glory ID his men ; order, and then commence puffing away again, the atmosphere, and then tho ilI.fated vessel inferior beings among the moving mass r.f Sixpence will give you a better dinner than t
Two three since when five
days
lie never lost a ueld- and talking-thus presenting a strange mixture lifted heavily from the water, and fell 'back the same humanity? Is it because their bandsare or nearly a shillings. V ... .5'
had passed I met Dr. Old Parr died at the of 152 fcav.g .
He struck in m'nth away, Wright age years V:
ncr vain of the droll and heroic. The hearts ol f in fragments with an explosion that was heard harder or more chained, or because their 1
hero in the streets Jalapa- and asked him in the following excellent advice to
,
posterity: ti
SCOTT. f.
those pj>ectators in the distance-many of for miles around. hearts are less capable of those sentiments and
, A chiefuiu be,who lead how long the man in question lived. If I I Keep your head cool by temperance-your 1 J
> whom had husbands and bmthers in the fight, Thus ended one of the most brilliant actionsof affections which soften and cje\ato society ?
ever astonished in life, it when &et warm by exercise,and if inclined
was my arc
you
Where
ictory calls were far more agitated than they against whom the Revolution. lithe[ former the cause must be admitted ; but va
Until perchance be tread that fearful iron alarm was raining. That a small garrison, in an unfinished fort, wo protest against the effect as unnatural and he told mo that he was still alve. and what to grow fat keep your eyes open and your ) it,
,
that he well A mouth shut.
In Montc2uaus halls. After the fight had continued fir several made of green logs and sand, should attempt, unjust. We deny that the proposition con. was more was hearty
portion cfhis face, his jaws on one side, and By the English law, a clerk in the Post Of. .
WoOL hours, Lee, seeing that the "slaughterpen"icld couti ary to the best military adi'ice,with thirty tamed in the latter alternative is true ; but assert JT
his but the will be Ice, who steals
are secretes or destroys
ear man soon a
news- i
gone
Thc mim of steel, out so well, passed over to it in a boat, one pieces of artillery, to overwhelm tho fire on thc contrary, that in this class natural
rigid enough to shoulder his musket again, is liable to be fined and imprisoned.Not '
paper
and remained for a short time. Accustomedas of a fleet of nine \\cssels will ever bo a matter and wholesome! affections of tho heart are to strong f
Who drilis his
troops to fight and is said to be more anxious than ever to far from $5,000,000 are yearly earnedin I
ho was to battle, aud to the disciplined valorof astonishment. But that they should ac. be found. Merit should bo the only passport
Till in the .11-
fray they have another turn with the Mexicans. Massachusetts by females employed in the
'
1 European troops, ho fetill was struck with tually succeed, aud after maintaining the unequal to society and consideration ; and the state of
The old man'ny is right various factories of straw hats stocks dec.
astonishment at the scene that presented itselfas combat for cle\en hours, come off victorious society will be artificial and disordered until Four men belonging to the army are to t 1
, WORTH. he approached. There stood Moultrie, is still stranger. Lee could not contain merit hall be thus respected. We will ad. undergo most severe punishment this after About 40,000 females are thus annually em., ; :f

A form of princely stamp : quietly smoking his pipe, while the heavy and bis delight the result. All!! his arrangements mit that the inferior estimation in which mechanics noon : they are to receive thirty-nino lashes ployed. I :
An effectual for the various diseases
Dame nature meant him for rapid explosions kept up such a deafening roar for a retreat had been useless-indeed Moul- are regarded it to some extent attributable each in tho Plaza, are to have their heads remedy j
A courtier in the cam])-. that one could hardly bo heard, though bhout- tie: told him they would, ho declaring he nc\'er to their own fault. They do not sufficiently shaved, and after tie word rcbber,' is pasted of mankind is, simple living. I
A thunderbolt of tvar.BUTLER. ing it the top of his voice-and there stoopingover dad any intention of retreating.A respect theuischos. They do not on each of their backs they are to be drummed Anger has produced death. A woman in 1

their pieces, were those raw gunners, firing few days after the battle, Governor Rut. assert and properly defend their just rights.- out of camp. This thing of publicly whip. } fit iiladel'hia of | a few 'weeks since, expired in i )

His has tbe fire with the deadly precision practised ar. ledge and many of the distinguished ladies of Let them as a class bestow moro attention on ping a man is most degrading ; but their a passion. ] ,1
spirit The wheat in Great Britain in 1790
ti1Jcr Amazed to find an English fleet Charleston, came down to tho fort, and lav. heir personal appearance and address-culivale crime was the premeditated robbery of the grown t
Of Dnroc or of Nt"Ue' amounted to bushels. In 1830' the _
) 14,000
Old Kentuck in ire- carrying two hundred and sixty guns, kept at ishcd their praises on the brave men who hadso a greater dignity and polish of manners, house of a Mexican, and under circumstances estimated at bushels. 1
5 bay by thirty cannon, and four hundred men, nobly defended it. Tho rough soldierswere and attend generally to those minor accom. deserving of tho most severe punishment.Three crop was 100,000,000
A lion on the prey. he left the fort to its brave commander, and taken by surprise at the familiarity' and >lUhments which constitute in the eye of a of them bclonge to the 4th Artier A raven willhivelOOyesrs, apanridgeti5, I'
swine 25, a bull 15, an ox 20 a hare 10, a cat
and the
WAUCEB.The returned his old fetation. kindness one to Pennsylvania .
to with which they were treated-never correct, not sickly taste, tho true gentleman.
10 8 15 23. Boston
dog
a a ram a -
goat
maddened buffalo Amid the hottest of the fire, the flag staff dreaming, before, that their fato had been so They will thus commend themselves as the Olive Branch. j"
Are like him in their speed was hhot away, and the flag dropped outsideof dear to those lovely and noble women. Governor representatives of that skill and genious which Sir Isaac cut Outicillcd.-I hear ananecdote a 'f
Before him cower the foe- the ramparts upon the beach. When it Rutledgo took a sword from his side and hey exhibit in their various departments and the other evening( Isac A CICERONIAN VOLUNTEER.

Behind him are the dead. fell, the people of Charleston were filled with buckled it on the gallant Jasper, in reward for he respected as such delegates unencumberedby ton), from the mate, which I never met with Tho New Orleans Delta gives the following .

DoXIFHAN. despair, supposing the fort had surrendered] ; his daring and chivalric act, in planting the factitious impediments. We think we sec before. Some conversation about the weaih. amusing account of ono of the returned vol. J

The royal Swede is he, and men were seen hurrying through the flag on the ramparts ; while Mrs. Elliot pre. in the movements'of the age, a progressive er I led to it.Ve were standing on the quarterdeck unteers : S t **
far. streets with pale faces and tearful eye*. But bcntcd a pair elegant colors to the regiment tendency to the spirit of equality we advocate.It beside ono of the guns, in the time Yesterday morning, nearly opposite the AU r V

Missouri's Striking conquest the firing did not cease, and soon that flag was under Moultrie and Motte,saying: The gal. is not the Agrariai principle equality in sacred to arn-epinning,namely, the first nightwatch. giers Ferry, quite a crowd was gathered a-., 1
chivalry again seen fluttering amid tho smoke. Ser. taut behavior defence of liberty and jour spite of dollars and cents I It is founded on Sir Isaac, one e.vening riding in the round a man who had evidently been to the jE i

Boasts not a brighter star. geant Jasper, when he saw it stretched in dis- country, entitles you to the }highest honor; ac. he recognition of the internal man, in whatever Highlands was pursuing his way at a leisure. wars-his boots were wounded, his cap very i .

PHICE. i honor on tho sand, leaped ti\er the rampart, cept of these two standards: as a reward justly guise he may be found-the valuation of Jy! pace, and being in some difficulty a to the much bruised, and his dingy blue! jacket gash.. :
The burel crowns his brow : 'T: antI walking the whole length of the works, duo to Jour regiment ; and I make not the the jewel in the midst of its repulsive incrus. right road to take, asked the direction from an cd in various places. The face of our return I.! .:

The mountain pass and vale though the balls were crashing fearfully around least doubt, under Heaven's protection, you tation-the discernment of the true ore, though old shepherd whom he met on the road-side. ed volunteer was tanned by exposure to the ;

V Have felt tbe victor's blow, him, picked it up, and calling for a cord, bound will stand by them as long as they can wave deeply imbedded in the common rarlh. It is The man told him that it was some four or five sun and arid sands Mexico; his hands were .I

And will record the tale. it to a 'pon e.staff. and coolly mounting the in the air of liberty." Jasper heard this that test equality to which the great Scottish miles of adding, that he ha better no los as red as a beet, and his pug nose ornamented V i .

logs, planted it on the bastion. As it again speech with kindling feelings, and remembered I poet alludes time way, as could get there with any amount of pimples. His whiskers i

w. B OLLAO. shook its folds in the tea breeze a loud shout it afterwards amid tho carnage of Savan The rank is but the guinea's stamp, ho would stand a chance of being wet through and moustaches wore as dense as the chappa. f ,
went up, followed b}.n explosion which made nah. The man' tbe gold for a' that." by a very heavy shower, which would take ret between Point Isabel and Matamoros: and "

I V BATTLE OF FORT MOULTRIE.nOX that enclosure tremble. Thc ladies of Charleston were distinguished 'I'hn. I\nPrntjn"."" nfn.r-. -. t..mnl't'l.ti--..--.-.,- inditlltinnt..-----...- place before long. Sir Isaac l looked on every his light blue eyes moved in their sockets with "!
WABHIZrCTOIf t HIS GUTEKAU,UEADLEV. Every man was a hero, and, borne up by during the Revolution, for their demotion' is helping I' on this moral consummation. It is bide, but could see no indications of the threat. a savage kind of enthusiasm. He was evidently t '

On the morning of thc 29th of June, the that lofty enthusiasm which inspires the pat. to the cause of freedom. Enthusiastic, self- planting on every bide freo Public Libraries, ened rain, and said as much to the man.- "higher than be should have been,

wind being fair, the British fleet hoisted sail, riot in every age, thought only of tho countryfor sacrificing and cheerful, they inspired hope, and other means for the development and im. fo this the man only replied by a repetition ofus but his heart was in the right place, and from ,. ..

sad came steadily up towards the fort. There which ho was struggling. Macdaniel, and courage, and daring in the men, and shed >rotcment of,the mind and heart, and offer. warning,to make the best of his way home his looks he appeared to be as bravo as steel. V f iTo
were nine of them in all- two of fifty guns mangled horribly by a cannon-shot was borne glorious sun light on that of gloom. They ing to all facilities in spite of tbe disparities for before he could reach it he would get a a crowd ol admiring listeners, composed J1 y
each, five of twenty' ight, one of twenty six, mortally wounded from the embrasure ; and as were worthy mothers of noble sons. external advantages to achieve an cquali soaking. Sir Isaac still seemed incredulous of cab-men in oil-cloth coats draymen in red **

and a bomb resseL ) In a moment the rapid he was carried pale antI bleeding away, cried 'y with tho highest standards of mental and but as he could get nothing moro out of the flannel ,shirts and 'long shore men in every .

roll of the drums behind the work, beating to out, DaiCt glee vp-you are fighting for lib The spring of the cable of (the llnstol were moral excellence. We say .then to the mechanic obstreperous old man, rode quietly away.- variety of dilapidated and quaint costume, our 1
inns, brought every man te his station. It erty and country. At length the ammunition were cut round in the j-tern-lorcmost engagement by a cannon the bill and the lift your eye to this standard,nut keepit However, before proceeding very far,the rain volunteer thus gave vent to his patriotism

asa warm and a beautiful day-a light ripple began to fail, and Moultrie hearing thzt a large swung" look to the flag-ship"to ran along fort. the In a linen moment ever in "ie,". Do Jour part in the movements ell in torrents He was completely pue.His "Fellow-citizens"said he,"I've been down i '

just stirred the bosom of the bay, and all force bad effected a landing at some distance and every cannon that could be brought to bear was of the day, and compel by your efforts recognition [ philosophic minda.. thoroughly ; liar. I've lain these long bones of mine on lPint l\ V
vu calm and peaceful. As the vessels swept of; and was marching down to storm the trained on her She was raked terribly, and scarcean of your just position.-Gazelle ofllu- U. 10 could not conceive simple and Isabel and indulged in the ipJedidest
graceful/! to their positions, Moultrie' eye works relaxed bis firing, in order to save his officer was left on her Gplintercd-n decks but nion.sS'ingular. apparently uneducated man had obtained suchan kind of dreams, surrounded ,by a galaxy of

fleshed with delight and the men, eager for powder for the muskets, when it should cometo Capt.maintained Morris his, and post he till was a wounded chain hot in btruck the neck.hit arm lie, insight into the changes of tho atmosphere, sand flies on the Brazes and centerpedes was V J .'1' V

the fray, kept training their guns upon them as a closer fight. Marion was hurried off to haltering it in pieces. lIe was then taken into the Jlc.Cling.-A circumstance interesting and with the truo humility of a great man that my companions at Palo Alto; tyit at ResackerI

they advabced. At length, as they came with. an American bloop-of-vtar for a supply, and cuck-pil and whilo he wag undergoing the torture as regards the lamented son of Mr. Clay, never depises instruction, even from the hum give a couple or more Mexican gentlemen .( !
b poiDt-Dlukahot order to fire was gh'en,, another messenger to Charleston. Both vera of amputation, a hot hot entered it, killing two of was communicated a day or two since to the lest source, immediately turned back to lear par.tic.u.1ar .-. I seen Cha.r1el.MaWhen V J

and What low dark structure opened it* thun. successful. With the five hundred pounds Soon the assistant-surgeons as the (operation was and wounding, this the I'urilcr.- editors of tha Home Journal by a distinguished from this wonderful shepherd how he (knew he made tho charge, and heard poor Ridgely < !?
over officer
der. The shores shpok to the tremendous explosion from Charleston, Rutledge sent a }hasty note, mounted to the deck offain. But he gallant had Dot been citizen of New York. An officer of the that there was going be rain. After he ha holler out Stop, Charley, till I draw their x ,!

,and in a moment the wharves,the steeples saying ** Honor and victory, my good sir, to lung in the action before a shot parsed directly army, in a letter to this gentleman, says :- ridden a: short distance he found the old : fire !' I wasn't at Fort ,Brown, but 00'ml 1* ,,>
and heights.of Charleston were black you and our worthy countrymen with you!" through lie body. Again ho was carried below, but Poor Col. Clay, who, as well as myself was and asked him the question ; but he would honor as a soger, the 'Great Western(I beg II l

with spectators gazing with throbbing heartson To this was attached the following postscript : he lived was only dying a few if minutes.he had any Some instructions one asking to lea him" as. a West Point cad.t, chanced, just before befell no tell him. Sir Isaac offered him a.shilling your pardon, .. Bourdetle,) can make the

the volumes of noke that rose in a vast **Do not make too freo with your cannon his family, "No!" said he," I leave%them expecting to meet ono'of Santa Anna' bearers of a if ho would communicate h aeret bu in nicest coflee that'e'er was drinked. The &. I

cloud from that distint i island. Without returning coo?, and do mischief. to the providence of God and the generosity of my flag of truce, on his way to Gen. Taylor. vain, the man only shook his ,and calde at Matamoros tuk me one night for be. i
a shot the Vessels steadily advanced, The fire now opened with redoubled fury. country," and expired. The British government at.terwards He instantly recognized, in this officer of the ten shilling were successively offered, still the ing drunk, but tbe way m) captain brought V
Until directly abreast of the fort-then let go At first, as long intervals followed between Fettled a pension on his wife- and children. enemy's an old schoolfellow andformtr intimate old man was obdurate. Sir Isaac Newton, in him up to the bullring of mtlintary .opinion, V

their anchors and dewing up their sails they every explosion, making a feeble response to Blacilerry Syrup.The following is the friend. They jumped together, shook increasing intense curiosity, raised his bribe was a caution to the skunks that used to sweep
poured in a terrible broadside. More than a the heavy and rapid broadsides from the water, recipe for making the famous Blackberry Sjr- hands and parted, and a few minutes after to twenty shing but without effect ; and at the plazas with willow bro rD: 1.t ttp atUaynoser ;

. hundred cannon opened at once, with such a the citizens had again thought that resiktance up. No family should be without it ; all who Col. Clay headed the charge in which he lost last, iu him a five pound note and flourished for a while in the j

wild uproar, 'that* the boldest for a mom?nt was almost over. The English themselves try it will find it a sovereign remedy for bocl \\. his life so gallnntly." fho would tell him. Thc'mamlooked cun- suburbs of Camargo. I crossed over with. !
add his breath Too battle had now fairly imagined that the Americans were gradually complaints : imgly ut him, and then said be must have the Gen. Worth, and may be I wasn't at Monterey n V i

commenced, and thq guns were worked with yielding; but the first crash that followed the "To two quarts of blackberry juice, odd. Pride and Humanity. never jet found money. first. The money was immediately I Oh, that Bishop's Palace-the stormin
fearful rapidity. It bras one constant peal of arrival of the ammunition, convinced them of half an ounce each of powdered initmcg.cinna. .j>ride in.a noble nature, nor humility in an landed over, and the shepherd led the philosopher & was the prettiest sight in the world Then

thunder, and to the'Is ctutors in Charleston, their error. The British commander: findinghis non and alfipice and a quarter of an ourico of unworthy mind. Of all trees, I observe that to one side ; looking for :moment a. in the streets-the barricades ; why our boy j
that low spot across ihe bay,looked like a vol. shots had produced eo littlo effect redou. powdered clones. Boil these together to God hath chosen the unr-a low plant, that uougst his flock, he pointed our an old ram : hopt over'em like Bqurrils and the Mexicans -, I

duo breaking forth'frora: the sea. Lee stood bled his efforts and poured in broadside after the strength of the SPICeS, and to get I creeps upon the helpful wall! ; of all beasts! .That ram of mine," he said"always shoves fell on the pavements like hickory nuts in the <

on UaddrelTs Point;watching the effect of the broadside with such tcrriMc rapidity,that there berry juice. While hot add a pint j l'rCM'rtbe of fourth the soft and patient lamb ; of all fowls, the his face intill bush when to rain, sir, fail of the!C3r. But Bonyvwtrr was the field '1_

first fire 'When the smoke lifted, like the was scarcely an interval between the explosions. roof pure French brandy, and bueoten with mild and guileless dove. When (iod.appear. and thal's tho way I know." where I extinguished myself. I fought like a Ii

folds of avid curtain, be expected to see that Once the LroaJ.iJel'Jffour vessels ex. oafbiigar. Give a child two tea hjijonsfull ed to Moses, it was not in the lofty cedar, nor man, gentlemen, I did. I seen old Zack on j I i:

"slsughUr.pen"! in .jfragrnents ; Ltd there still ploded together, and when the ball struck the three tunes a day, antI if the disorder In not tliCfcfcturdy: oak, nor the spreading plane, but a Singular Facts.-It is a singular coincidence that d-d old yalkr charger of his'n, and if j
floated the flag of freedom, and beneath it fort, it trembled in every timber and throughout checked, add to the quantity." bush ; an humble slender, abject' bush. As that the battle Buena Vista should the Mexicans had touched a hair of bit bead
beat brave hearts,td whom the awful cannonade its entire extent and shook as if about to if ho would, by those selections, check the con. have been; fought o we'd massacreed every mother's son on. 'em.

was bat U a symphony to tho grand march fall in pieces.All We should like to seo the that ceited arrogance of man. Nothing procurethlove birthday,W and anniemrloVub.iDgon.s That old man can't be tetched by any thing i 'I
ofindenee' <{When the fight bad fairly day long had that bravo garrison toiled would everybody. It would newspaper be a curiosity. like humility ; nothing hate like pride. of the battle ol'New Orleans. made in Mexico; if he can,' you may have ,:

begun they thought, no more of those heavy like slaves and now the uu was sinking behind Such a thing never did nor never can have -f ltAam'l Resolves.Mr. The officers took. advantage of ray head for a football. And now,gentlemen iJ
SUBS than they did of their rifles; and delight. the distant shore sending its level beams place the things of earth, thousands a Ibis (conin to the spirit of their troops. if I had money, I'd treat you all ; bat I aiot ] V V
ed to find that they coW wield them with such a moment through the cloud of battle ere it are astonished among that the to jet which .Jones was in the habit getting. some. A letter from SaJtillo.slates that when General got the first red cent. Howsomever,heaven

kiD stripped to the Work. Their coats were departed. Slowly the gray twilight began to I a subscriber does not paper contain just such theyare articles what M bahnyVaud one night he was discovered Wool announced to the troops that the morn. and the paymaster wOlin', I.shall be fa'townoa

hutily thing ox onejside, and their hats with creep over the water, and at last darkness ao(. as they like to read best. One by a neighbor leaning against the side ,ng of the engagement was the anniversary Monday next, whim a pecker full of rocks V '
them-Land: in tbeiri shut sleeves with hand. tied on the shores and the sea. The scene moral another loye.tales and tniscel.expects of a church tor lupport. lie hailed him with immortal 'Washington's birth-day, the o and the way that I shall send up the Mississippi
essays ; t
kerchiefs bound about their heads they toiled now became one of indescribable grandeur. lany; another mirth and anecdotes another Halloa JoaesT).look serious-think of rang with the shouts of tho men. At LosAngelos to old Louisville will surprise ailmanetie 1--- telegraphs .

away under the sweltering, with the cool. That heavy cannonade still continued and still looks for a sermon ; while til l wonder; that joining tho chuch 1" Com. Stockton reminded officers !I" VV :
MIl and courage of old soldiers. The fire :. the spectators who lined the main land, and their particular taste isnotsuited for 5' Well"repKed Jone,"1 indinl auuidera.Uy and men wero fighting oa the anni.rersary The military orator' turned on his had with
-never .
from those nine vessels with their cannon all covered the Louses of Charleston, gazed sea. momentcuptMCHog that an editor caters for the a that flJGY III premaz/" tall which the American arid Ihe grace ol'tbe Great I Am;" 'not;*Hew. ;

trained upon that pile of togs was terrific, andJjtremUed ward through "tho gloom, towards tho spot mcntaL/ppetiies of thousands. } accomplished the'signal defeat of their ever without load:cheers from- his' adb&Ipg' VV
like a. tHghteaed thing under (hoi where the battle still raged. Night had fallen !.' Great U he who enjoys his enrthern' ware powerful and haughty rival-with bo&the efect auditors. <;: **. ,

*JJ *P*i eI closed silently oa tbe iaIaad aDd tortand all was dark and j j Tbe account of the Quartermaster's Depart- us if it,were plate* and .agt Ie. great U.the r was most inimpiisg.iVh&d Jt'U said. .'ufadmirer I L. .' .. ,""..

..rtt.')balk '? ik- buried Jfeemselves in invisible there, except when tho flash of the merit I I"'LAqria. shows. notlcss thin 10 rmVlious.ef roan to jrhohi all this plate is ao more than :. ., ., 'of Gen.'Taylor's epistolary o(1r1 ar' I

the wo went brave. guns lit.up iUform, and then iu :wyenoui1ioao 1 l jErmucs 200'OOOlpaLJ; ) fof.tho. m.' I I'I cartherovarev. VV I IMC i \Mae ns-Notvitbstandig .the other,day iota's awe
timMruadaudS UdrMit luei.ud for .A.ptoeotoi would be inherent with parlattaa.$-grain bt the ue of lite army.OCOUTSSV .-. I, *****7V u&gVrV*wasrft Bolwer the rheat in the Atl citfesi' V

:-ca.a... rhle flame aid'it teec&d',as if the' )eat1solfiLa4; then, 'are no Speculation 4n. the I author 5f '. "., v' l.> '. 1 Le.L (O14CYDAnd, ce&tsat f ;; oalGiis.71isb. .
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.O .' ;.K. .JTACTS FOR THE PEOPLE.ixir :, .Highly Ixnportaaifhm f| Mexico, PI) i ,'. t maeria: our forces o the capital itWstbodght' !! had front tnt In tJ t1Ib... v instances tea S in the matt tblei&la1idiMh Alftenlaed ,.

,f<' ,i wo, '"{rQ exchange* theUUo Ac CuerilZas.-One Atoidrtd awatU furhe coacesslons wooW be :made t Cen. : the .wteat.and sowed taD" a
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to".:. Ltl J.J 1' A *eric offght* n" which down c Le'tookuphislibofmarch&OmRi that they might not lose the islet their lands." to the managrmeat of the Jtn icw war.TLj
4 ,'of of waf'eajn/'put c' '
.- lOCI. events coo.mected Mexican*ktUed and i4ed4adfOr.tyorflftgAmeHc bfr duet of officer .
'
our and .
of from De men *
the
editor
_. : 'Mrkh abe eoramenceraenf of hMiilUieawkB Gen .mD. I ww got up' by fhOo Fro.THE. Tb. N.Y.Tbe..r ngtj 4, la'. be
u. toeer at movements,
r-V in oQ' i estimated our ,
give
of Gome ; ; !ao'credi ;
:" ': ; Mexico* compile from official docu. The dIing highly important Intelligence peace party patty! tit ca&a ba brilliant -
that from the year's growthin 'lct'lfs, or at most dole
export present omeoda
1"
with
"dowa Santa Anna
J.; menu : communicated to Lirutt. Floyd andMcViias cry was bu u.
was v by. .FLORIDIAN. will not exceed 250,000bnrrela of floor lions with fll-concealed relnetanc
bt
.Mthchil the Present ad still mainlalas Michigan ,
> : 1843.'The resolutions anneiing of the 2i Pfnnsylvsari '.olunlers Wi ie
: W.k last The public however, at the slightest prospect.of .
and refused against year. / e..tooer'
the territbrjr "Texas, to the United States, overoa the steamer power i06une. h IUO Thus
,
when
* ca Gafes Iii "t.T VI ALOHK. will exceedingly chary in relying open the re* the news reached Eoglaa itt
to
I President and accept b
."torwere app&vcd by Tyler, a messenger ton, this morning at 6 On re.ignatiGVe hemmed 0.
Taylor
ck was in between
is favorable
\ have at under The present to an opportunity Fort Br
& : dcpacbedtwo day before the inaugoratron small with cit. mn Pebla pr.
f :. t of President Polk,] convoying them izcnt and recruiting disbanded party soldiers, in number somo about command of Worth and QuitnaGen. Saturday, July 3, 1847. t oJte upon the provision market by .pIte Point times Isabel with only 2200 men, oy a -. /
until he of this character.Changing u large,sad seemed !
aftPbtbla gut rumors eecap rT
4 Scott will remain propagate hepelest the
to the Te'us and
:. l' government. 150, with 75 a"Dd men, thirty mountM The Church will be opened don times of Jane *
is reinforced. Gem. Bravo l ifr command of Prabyteriaa t I, 1349 rejoiced at the
March 61845.. .The Mexican minister i o
Vera Cruz,
l Puebja This
: : f k Sunday tha 4th .of : next, aad the "
the at the oa Juljr Groa expressed opinion that defetTwfln!*
* reiiQU Rice. a
Mr. Alfibnte of 3d Ar
residing at Washington protested ) of Capt Bainbrtdge, army CpiaL j
'<.:", undercou morning hoar, 10 o'clock. The Ohio State Journal, the leading organ of the sustained the America
; 4 by *forces
Santa Anna quite flaming ,
-1 j : against the proceeding, demanded hi* tillery. On leaving' Jalapa and getting near affair betweea him Gee. a O.U11 haf-pt federalists in that State and hitherto one of ,them whom they have affected te wonttd &y duZ*
account the despite, before
passports j In a manacing manner, and went Cerro Inford that i o aD Fourth of July.The Qt
Ibis'r1 tariff
qoro a Worth, The truth U had a violent advocates for a Ttttrittict to b pie of the United Stales have letroed tht, :
home to be minister war against.us. would n ; to go through tbe'a, Amt: ushered ia by tbs of fit|
: prudent which attacked day will b@ discharge found the great west,utters the following remarkable does not win battles
force by i it
was
though
large cavalry,
in may
issued Mexicans 4bgrt
bj 4000 .
1845. Instructions were there brt
; Sept., abot ran-ri k
i a 'w.ud cannon by the Artillery Company. At language:
: But the victories
and of the
' of State to Mr. the Previous to Col. Duncans battery lj. Stb aDd Oth of ,
BoolwnieoOtb May
the fe
Mr. Buchanan along ,
chapparal
our Secretary
c pw salute' of thirteen guns will fired. At 10 o'clock, I The capacity of these Western States to these
did b
He not hasty and
prediction ,
. ; of Mex.ieo the of Nor taught the
; tt Black,the American consul at the citj this two officers who had rear IitfarVry. sir will be discharged a signal for tbe Military furnish supplies of i yet very inadequately EngUAfty
I' I.:' "to Ascertain from the Mexican govern. the train were fired at from the chaparal. At more than *fl6 volley, from which, however, go.citizens to to a the Capitol. unenlo even by our fellow-citizens of our gallant soldiers in Mexico inherit; ttheir spirit !!

. t : went whither they would receive an envoy the mouth cube puss the party was organizedand be sustained a heavy loss, and then fled in tie ad repair National the Es. is requisite, is a proper incentive revolutionary Ines. The war thus tat.

from the LjnitedStates, intrusted with full pow. inarched thrtngh without meeting an en. wildest disorder to the .After Ihe return of the prO jiOD, : salute out our resources, and our capacity forsupplying the highest honor upon our arms. Ilsewiti
will be fired. and provisions bids to I
er to adjopt all the questions between the twogovernments. emy. Arrived at the bridge that evening.Whilat .- Since fc4* al o\e was written we have learn. bread.tufl capacity i is just defne to agement, since the recognition of' hostilities b*CGa.
The will be formed at the Capitol, CJ- competition. :
: the otherside ed that in the affair between Goo. \ procession has been prudent and wise
; they were biro'cke o Cawal be developed; and our Eastern neighbors regard our gress ,and Ike tnenuJof
in the order
.t. : .' \ Oct. 151e45.-TheMexican government, ofthe bridge, being 1 fatigued that they were der and the lesicn.at the Naroaal ri coned by the Military following : present attainments with admiration. Give us bat our prosperity abroad might as well coat,
Assistant t the
\ i {;' through her Secretary of State, Mr. Pena y unable to 'furnish a they were informed the company o!Jeuea Blakely) tho Malbi. a fir swing-THE woaL sos A )u.&r and ztoKEsraicrions truth. The Journal of Commerce comment
gur howitzers Tallahassee Guards and their -and we might almost undertake to 1r j m
:
f p ? Pena agreed to "receive a minister from the that some barricading the newly raised Tollgltr. two nOI ida Guet. furnish the world with bread. As a producing State, great force upon the course of the Engl/jh, paj4n

," :::::.t United States in thojatpkal of Mexico, with bridge. A guard was then eatione between charged"the brrcae. an swept them In witha Leon Ritle'nen.Infantry Artillery.. Ohio i is unquestionably much in advance of her .- this respect, and reads them a I lecture, wKcb, j if

. : full power from hisgorernment to settle the the bridge and the encampment, prevent the few discharges fro huwitzela passing ten of the North West; but she has never yet been heeded, may prove of real interest to them.
1 ;: however, Lieutenant Blakely! received Companies with National &State Standard to fourth, not tenth, of her ca. Tk
through one probably a Journal .
. .If. dispute in! a peaceable manner. party being surprised. At this time signallights tae gives a brief but comp betIti,,.
the What then will be the result when the II
," .. lIon. John Slidell aCheavy fire from the enemy on Reverend Clergy.Judiciary. pacity. of the results of the
1845.-The and dim
: JVor. ID, on the ridges were distinctly commands the which whole of this North West shall brought into full campaign thus far, wWchiZ
which bridge by
: ;' was commissioned; as such envoy. lie landed ridge cultivation f gratifying to us as supporter of the war,and

4 ::;.1 at Vera Cruz on the 30lh of the same month. seen.Before daylight the sick and wounded of he ssain loss of one killed and four woiin. Orator and Reader escorted by Committee of Arrange This is regarded by democratic papers in Ohio and conclusive reply to any declarations of a want of arc i

: Dec. 6,1845.-Mr. Slidell armed at the this little party were removed to Santa Anna's- ded himselfboing wounded in ments.E'FRCISE elsewhere as a feeler put forth by this federal in oor government, whether they come Iosa.eergy

1 ; city of Mexico! and on the 8th of the month hactnda-of a mile from the brig tbe'l leg. They also IcW several horses. The IN TiE CHURCH. organ to try the pulse of the whig party on the expediency emies at home or abroad:

.h- 'J"j' announced his mission ; the Mexican Secretary sent out, and heights were then charged O the right and 1. Piayer. 2. Ode. 3. Declaration of Inde "The fact is the
whole
in
'f' scouting pasty wa of a change cf policy reference to the war has been stria
.
tf. t :; of State, in the meantime,objected to him party to clear! the bridge ; which was done ,. let ofthe before road and gallantly carrie the enemy pendence. 4. Ode, .. 5! Oration.6. .- tariff. Gen. Taylor i is looked forward toss the probable gallant feats on the part of our officers and mea,.ef

': f. asking ** what he had come for 1" and who without opposition. The main body of the flying them in great .- Ode -. 7. Benediction. whig candidate for the next Presidency, andas England can afford to acknowledge it. Altbovg j it

tr; 'J'e: he could be !" party then pawed over the bridge. Everything When General Cad *llader had crossed the The procession will be re-formed and return to every engagement except these of Yen Crta 114
he is undoubtedly a free trade man, some concessions Cerro Gordo,the odds hate been from
Dec. 20, 1845.-Mr. Slidell's mission was appearing then to b safe, and all danger bridge, he was attacked by a largo party of the Capitol in the same order as at first formed,where gainst the Americans, in two to la,,.
be made enable instance
who must to them to fall quietly in yet every the.
r annulled by an official note from the Mexican being pa'8o d, Lieut. Mc\ViiLmsao Mr. guerrillas, kept up a continual fire on his it will be dismi Due notice will be given ol the have gained the day aDd commonly have carried
ie. with the breeze which seems to wafting the reinsof ig
:
: ; Secretary: requiring him to produce special Frazer were sent back to bring on on men for a long: distance. At Cerro Gordo i Harbacue to which a general! invitation is extended. before them. Whether they have beea pitched bit.

;,: tid hoc, for ihe settlement of the Texas the other side ofthe bridge. Just as they were was thought, from the reports of heavy firing, A separate table will be provided for the Ladies. government into their hands. The language of ties in the open field, as at Palo Alto Resaeadela
; po'erf that the had inaile the Journal. however, is expressive and i is most certainly Palma, Sacramento, and Buena Vista
20th of MrSlidell the bridge, a of about twetity- enemy a stand in great ; or wbethr
question alone. On the January entering 'parly "will be provided for the Ladies in the Church the Mexicans have been sheltered
f" & in the teeth ofthe declarations of by strong .
numbers. No whig fortify.cations
retired to Jalap. five Mexicans: appeared ou the ridge, and fir aptrlum.ions( entertainedfor who are respectfully} invited to attend the celebra very ,as at Monterey,Vera Cruz,and
CnroGordo.
of ed several vollies them. Tho the safety of Gpral 1 Cadw,illader's command members of Congress at the last session of Congress,
the
: Dec. 2d, government ler. on wagoumaster tion. By order of the result has been uniformly the same. Jfore t tla
..,.t': rein was overthrown and Gen'J. and fnzr otlPC who were pns.ing the I who was moving in a bold anJ steady COMMITTEE OK ARRANGEMENTS. and reiterated indeed by every whig press in the 7000 prisoners have been taken; more this 600 z*

"f 1 military usurper, succeeded to power, on a bridge, were fn the whole "fire were manner, the only xray to deal with the ;I,>xi. Union, that even with our abundant supplies we pieces of cannon; cities and towns without noaher

:? ,;.t ,'.. promise that his advent should be the recovery killed, ajjj a wagon captured, of no great val cans. Capt. Gates' company of 3.1. Dragoons Termination of the War could not compete with other sellers in the European country and in fact is now, much in quiet Ihe greater subjection portion to our ellIs anus.wbolt C.

I" ..... of Texas by force. ue. being sent by Get:. Caiwallader to the rear, The Washington corc pldent of the Charleston. markets. Give us the world for a market and sidering that our 'force in Mexico hw at DO time exceeded .

:;' March 1, 1846.-:Mr. Slidell, from Jalapa, Aficr the tire had ceased, a party of lancers ''to reinforce the guard? of the train, were attacked Courier, (whose[ letter wi b in antLe column :- no restrictions" is a graceful dropping into liberal 20,000: or at most 25,000 men ; that tb.pop
-
, J 0, repeated tho proffer of to the new Mci. appeared. on the bridge and seemed to'be preparing and repulsed with cousulerablo loss.. ,) makes some very important statements in re- views in regard to our tariff policy; and we predictthat ulation of Mexico is at least 7,000,000; that tit

. ', ,:. ican Secretary of Stale pace, Castillo y Lan to charge, but seeing that Captain There is much' sickness at Vera Cruz, but ad; to the future course of the government of ILls the sentiment uttered by the Journal will be natural I those of defences Afghanistan of the, without country including are superior either evei 5or-t 10

-. : &'- zas* adding that the President was sincerelydesirous Bainbridge's party were preparing' fo receive very little in the Cistle. Col. Wilson pub. country towards Mexico. I the Cabinet at Washington I responded to by more than one whig paper in this then or Yellow Fever; and that what bas bees accomplished

;1 : t'' of preserving peace between the two them, they wheeled their horses and gallopped lishcd a card in the Eagle pronouncing the has determined a assorted to establish a o country-anJ especially i if Gen. Taylor should be is the result of not exceeding 14 ixmtAt

t;:. :.(: goveraments. statement Colonel Mata, that La Vega had ernment de facto In Mexico, and guarantee its per. their candidate for the Presidency in 1513- In fact, warfare; considering these things and other which

l .. .";' : March 12, 1846.-Mr. Castillo y Lanzas off.Capt.. Bftitibridgo resumed his march in been confined it.tho guard house of the castle, naner.c>, it has not done so without first recemr.g we have seen it intimated somewhere that it would go more to make could not up the be asked whole from case any, it seems,OW to eea o*thai tat

1r ::: : rejected Mr. Slidell, and on the 21st of the good order, followed! by 400or, 500 (the Lancets to be false. assurances of co-operation from influential and lead- not be long before seven-tenths of the whig presses the world ever saw. None hot a band of heroes could!

:: .: S month sent him his passports, and soon after who hung upon his rear and flanks for Gen. Cadvvalldder is much praised for the ig men in Mexico and consideiing them of sufl- I would deny that they have ever contended for anything have accomplished so much. Every page of its n-

0 l he returned t the United States four or five miles, but at a respectable distance. energy"and promptness; of his movements to strength to render such a step practicable, andas |I else than a moderate revenue tarirT. written history records instances of personal daring,

j; 0'.' ,., Oct. 4, iEl5.-Gen. Taylor, in an official Thus hemmed in, this little party pursued its tho rescue of Mcliilo, and for the bravery cert one mnt likely to bring to a speedy and honorable self ican devotion to-', on several which cannot occasions be surpassed., have fought The ilex.!

4..: .' letter to the War Department, suggests the way until it arrived at the Pass of La Vuilta, and skill with which he scattered the swarmsof termination this anfcrtunife war. There H tin Mr. Benton on the Presidency. IB the 14 months that ibis war has continued brmlj.,they

," propriety of "taking possession, at once, of where Col. McInUh: had encamped with his glerria5 grown confident by the success ubt.-dly a strong party in Mexico earnestly desi. Mr. Benton's late letters and speeches,il we may have killed and wounded two thirds as many of oor

one or two suitable points on or quite near the large train. The Mexicans. who bad attacked of previous enterprises. rous of peace. That that party: is increasing daily, judge from the comment they excite, are consideredof men as the British did on land in the whole of tbt

li. Rio Grande." Bailsbridge'a party, were tle same who bad General Scott was at Puebla at the last ac- each arrival from that distracted country confidently very grave import with reference to party and p ducted war of 151215.far more vigorously The war on and our the part men has ts been a whole coa-

: 'i : January 13, 1846.-Three months afterwards compelled Colonel McIntosh to halt and wait counts. The editors El Arco hit had receiv. ''. The rote which Gen. Herrera received (or litical affairs. We are of those who cannot see why have been much better soldiers. The ,.volunteers

.* instructions were i issued to Gen. Tay reinforcemcuts. Tho party remained that ed dates from the capital up to the 2nd June. ai'r President i is an indication of the influence which the so much importance should be attached to them.- who are so much sneered at on the other side of the
lor to the side of tho Rio Grande Santa Anna bad sent in his : Atlantic are,to a extent, the soul of
occupy east night in Mcntosh's camp, and during the again resignationof and he be We have not seen that there is anything more con. great cbivalrjpo :
not
exerts although elected -
fh but to refrain from any act of aggression against whole lme kept a continual l fire the Presidency. Congress had not, how. peace party ; may of spicuous in them than his hatred of Mr Calhoun v rful men physically, exact marksmen, and ea
still his vote shows the existence apower- being placed under competent officers, become is
tF: Mexico ; and to regard relations) be. on the camp, approaching with the greatest ever, up to that time accepted it. lie had erf'il' combination: disposed to treat with us for peace.If and that is a matter well known before, and which short time as efficient as regulars. a

I"r tween the two governments as pacful. until bMnesl veiy near to our sentinels. also made a formal renunciation of his office. i is be- the people care very little about. To be sure, Mr. "As to money, of which the Times and other
inch is the case, and there good reason to
Mexico made further war. Commandor-in-Chief of the which : English papers say we have none,and cannot get ,
neil day Capt. Bainbridge's party\ a army; Benton is a great man, experienced in the affairs of aay
,
I (Previous to this time, undoubted information resumed its march to Vera Cruz, being joinedby like the resignation ofth. Presidency, remain. lieu that it L, we are not prepared to say but that government, and fami'iar with all its operations,and it is a sufficient reply, that when a government
the establishment ot a government in Mexico under per cent stockof $23,000,000 was offered to the
J : had been received that Mexico had been raising Capt. Duperu Dragoons, who were sent ed in abeyance-Congress not having acted a guarantee from our own, would meet with the possesses a strong influence with the democratic public a few months since two
: troops for the avowed purpose of carrying back to get their horses. This company, upon either. indications party ; but we do not see why this should rouse so amount was bid for at a premium ; and tbat the
. 1-'a' on a war with the United States.) with its gallant Captain, had behaved very, Kejon, and five other generals, whose names approbation of the country. This, from present much controversy about his views which in same stock is cow selling in the market at 3 or 6 pej
11 1646.-Gen. had been seems to be the only feasible plan for a angry cent above par. Money bears a higher price in Eng.
with arrested
the not and
March Taylor, handsomely in the attack on arc given, sent to ,
exhibit
fcntosb's camp. termination of hostilities. The the city themselves, nothing very strange or porten. land at this time than in the United State la short
t r'w. army, left Corpus Christi, on the vest side of :Its gallantry was'the theme of universl praise the different slates for confinement. capture ( tious. there is no lack of men and money with ns,and if

.tj f i ;:. tho luece and arrived at Brazes Santiago, and admiration in tho army. Indeed it was The gallant Capt. Walker has commencedhis of Mexico will not,in our opinion, close the \\r.- Those views are,simply,(at least the ones which the war were ten times more formidaW, it would
the but
General Taylor found an army generally admitted that Col. Mclntosh's command work of retaliation on the guerrillas. On I might, perhaps, strengthen peace party call forth ten times greater resources.
noticed that Mr.
are most ,) Calhoun'
\ of 2,000 Mexican soldiers already assembled I was saved by the gallantry of Duperu's the morning of(ho 8th instant, he started with would do little more. Defeats will not incline the slavery resolutions To make a long story short one, it seems to
were a "firebrand" which would inflame the
at Matamoros under the command of Gen'l.April Bainbrid e'8 continued their his command from Perote on an expeditionsome noisy rabble-the revolutionary material-to peace. us that Enzlishmen.- instead of attempting da-
_._ part. party other the North and South against each other, and which itwas range our troops or oar nation would do better for
We then, resort to
niuit some course.
! .JLiI4. to Vera Cruz, where they arrived insafty. distance into (the Interior. During the J unwise and wicked to thrust into the political themselves and for us, by claiming as as a shoot

: 11, 1846.- -Gen. Ampudia armed at In tho meantime Duperu's party have expedition he succeeded in capturing nineteen guerrilla parties are caught murdering ou soldiers this time from the parent stock, a chip of the old block a legitimate
at and that
according to his Mr.
Matamorot, superseding Arista in command, ing a long train to guard, and being threatena.l guerrillas and an alcalde-he has employedthem or stealing our property, they should b hung ; andif camp B's.) notions the democratic should choose( 'branch of the Anglo-Saxon family" full of

accompanied by 200 cavalry, followed by aU. by a large body of lancers, halted at in cleansing the streets and sinks. the peace party proffer to accept from UJ a government Northern man for the next President party inasmuch a the same energy and indomitable valor.

..;S 1% reinforcement of 2,000 more men. Santa Fe, where they were charged by a A letter has been received from Vera Cruz guaranteed by the strong hand of military power it would be but that as Rio Frio Pass.-This famous pass is on the booa-
doing section
Apri J2.-Ampudia ordered Taylor to greatly) superior force, which they gallantly on the 15th inst., previous to the sailing of the and wilt conclude an honorable treaty of peace has heretofore tothe justice ,which dary line between the Departments Puebla ud

U. ::4 .;', up His camp within 24 hours, and retire repulsed, killing manyjof enemy sufer. Galveston direct from the head quarters of S with) us, let us meet them and give them a government That Mr. Benton given is country in his so few Presidents. Mexico and from accounts of the gathering of Mexican

beyond iho Xueces, or he would attack him. ing no loss themselves. It was said, \ General Scott, tatnl J that General Scott had the choice of which shall be left with them. wrong treatment of Mr. forces to dispute the march of Gen. Scott, towards

t .i... At the same time, al Americans and our consul that some ofotr wagons were cut off and the isue orders for the removal of The govern- The approach of Gen. Scott to the city of .Mexicois Calhoun'sresolutions northern we hold hare net the least doubt.If .- the capital it is by no means improbable that
Wilmot
t "J'".' were driven Matamoros. drivers taken prisoners. Capt. Duperu arrived from Vera Cruz to Tuxpan. This hailed by the friend:of peace with undoubted joy. politicians up provisos in a battle more desperate than which has yet ben
any
faces it is the of the
tI4: April .-General Paredes issued his war safely at Vera Cruz,having lost three killed, change was said to be, in part, owing to the They look to his arrival as the only hope of relieffrom our then}duty South to stand u, man. fought nay take place there. It is undoubtedly

;iiai: manifesto against the United States, and sent and three wounded. sickness at Vera Cruz and C.U8 communications the robbers which infest the city and country.A fully against and to declare what are their of the most difficult and dangerous points ea U4

additional military forces to the Rio Grande. Oon the day Capt. ainbridc'a party lef could be more easily kept up between letter from the city of Iexicod dated May 31,pub rights as opposed to such dangerous measures. Thiswe route from Vera Cruz to the city Mexico. Aps-
think
A Mexican and Puebla than between the latter li in the New York Sun of the 23d ult. no Southern man will deny ; and we do not
'I April 24.- large body troops, lcnto8h'l camp, Gen. Cadvralladcr had a.i. Tuxpan l.e gives a tleman who is familiar with this pass,thus describe*
t ..' which bad'previoul1y crossed the Rio Grande \' a force of 800 men and two howit. place and Vera Cruz. All the public storesin deplorable picture of the state olaf.ir in that city, understand Mr. Benton as dnying it. No one can it to the editor of the N. O. Bulletin:

; .. into Texas, attacked Capt. Thornton's command zcrs. The two commands wore then joined, Vera Cruz would: in that case, be removed and speaks of the great anxiety felt by Mexico's real doubt that he is opposed to the Wilmot scheme and '' It goes through the mountain with stcet -

i"S ,; killed and wounded 16, and captured making in all 1000 men, with two howitzers Tuspan, and troops only sufficient to garrison friends fur the arrival of the American Army. We that all his principles and interests are with the cent, and for nearly three miles the road with pgb

: :J.: the remai dct. Previously to this they had under command of Gen. Cadwallader, and the pace! left at Vera Cruz. The activity transcribe a short extract. The writer says : I As Smith on this subject. Then the whole of whatiesays and rugged .sides, is only sufficient to admit the pit-

f brutally, murdered Col. Cross. Also Lieut. on toward th) National Bridge. displayed among the different vessels in the General Scott approaches-and we expect him every in regard to this matter amounts merely to this, sage of a single wagon at a time. There is,we an

:;, ,* Porter and one of bis men, who went out In phshe approaching the bridge, Gen. Cadwal. harbor of Vera Cruz in shifting the cargoes moment-a I thousand tumults and rumors are taking that Mr. Calhoun's resolutions did not come from the of informed attack except no possibility by a direct of turning movement it,'and through. and tbt

;A :; search of Cross, were fired upon an killed. l&der occupied the heights commanding the from vessels having but small portions of gov. place. First Gen. Scott is reprte dead-then his proper source, nor at the proper time, and were not pass. If this really be so,we should think that witb

.;r: I; April 28.-Capt. Walker and men were bridge, from which the enemy had fired on ernment property on board into others nearly army dispersed-then the victory ofome Mexicans of the proper sort. Well, all this resolves itself into ordinary science and courage,it could be readily defended -

t .: attacked on their way from Point Isabel toL1' Capt. JainlJrldge's party, where he was attacked full, with the ,' of a move, somewhere; and when all these rumors end like personalities which, we admit, i is a sufficiently petty but we heard pretty moch the same story tf
General Tajlor's and six of his men } of would far to confirm the of and statesmanlike course. But, to make anything Cerro Gordo, and we rather think when the an*
: camp by a largo tho Mexicans, posted go rumor a changein Santa Anna's despatch from Buena Vista, or the comes to Rio Frio some other plan of attack KtUbe
killed, and a number of the Mexicans killed in the ridges and chapperaL and some hard the base of operations. Mexican story of the United Stales-whig. and demo mary of it,some proof must be given to show more practicable, than by marching through aj>

t' and wounded. fighting carried for several hours that Mr. Benton is not thoroughly opposed to the of the mountain for two or"tlree
was on the crats fighting a bloody battle at Washington-pure gle narrow gorge
:: 6th and 9th The battles of Palo Alto From the .'[IiIrad fy odious proviso." miles, under the fire of the steep sides
l ,: May Mexicans losing more than a hundred men, : Trn lies! then the rabbje) howl. All i is horrible confusiun. an enemy on
, and Renc de la Palma were fought in Texas. and Gen. Cadwalladcr! losing some 15 killed* LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. The and citizens As te his views in relation to the propriety of selecting of the road. The pass is about thirty-six miles from
wealthy
, treiger are flying the capital and Rio Frio Cold River,) supplies th*
May, 12. Te President sent in his message and some 30 or 40 wounded. Tho Mexicanswere The -steamer James L. Day arrived at to the carrying off everything valuable. a Northern man as the candidate of the democratic city with water. (

recommending the recognition of the repulsed ; the bridgo was successfully New-Orleans from Vera Cruz on Monday Some bury their treasure in the ground and walls,to party for the Presidencywe see nothing very _
and the 13tb declared thewar She left Vera Cruz oil (the after in that either. (O-: The Philadelphia U. S. Gaiette, edited b*
If he is
r a. war; on Congress passed by Gen. Cadwallauer, who was on his morning. keep it from robbers. The city is literally stripped alarming opposed to the
to the act of Mexico and author noon of the IG'.h inst., touching at Tampicoon Wilmot JOSEPH R. CHANDLKA has been told to the -
; elis by way to Jalapa. of all its wealth, goods, plate, &c. The proviso, as everybody believes him to be, of
ized President it to the of tho 17ih, and Brazos St. money ton of the North American of the same city, for tbt
to prosecute a speedy The estimated los of Cot Mclntosh's party morning stores in aU our streets are closed more than half the course he does not desire to see a man President I
. ; and honorable conclusion. Jagoon the afternoon of the 18th. handsome turn of$4. ,OOO. The Gazette was oaf
is in
is about $40,000. the road is time. Even the Polkas and Puros who favor of that measure. If,then he thinks
now,
i .',' These things should L remembered ; and strewed with empty boxes and bacon sides, Her news is one dIY later, and we are in. in the streets like wolves and are business fighting I it an act justice to the North that she should have nally established in the city of New York,some ttf

t ; : ; whenever .rampant Whiggery undertakes to which had been captured by the enemy.- I dobtcd for it to the Delta office. The main is We savage every the President, but will not consent to take one who yean ago, but was subsequently removed to Fk2adelphia. -

; justify the: course of Mexico, it should b re.tnind'ed There f a great deal of dissatisfaction in the interest excited by this arrival, (says our alI) God suspended., before Mexico cannot i is survive long thu.Gen.I pray threatens danger to the South, where is the harm of It is now to be incorporated with "
I
: ., of)them. army, respecting the command which had centres in the report communicated to the a.L. arrive sl-aoihilate Sot it ? To us it has the appearance of a strong desireto North American.
may and give us succor. Every good man
i.I : charge of this train. There will be a court Day, by Mr. Clinton, tho pilot Tampico, lifts both conciliate our Northern brethren. It is saying to Tonnage of the United Stattt-The amount
hands to welcome the American
'. G. HAWKINS. of into the who boarded her on 17th, oft that city. He up army. them have owned by the United States i is 22JI
rY rUE inquiry subject. When that we shall rid of our tyrantsand we care not to the President taken from tonnage
stated that in of arie.
C The PeD cola Gazette of the 26th ultimo, The garrison at Jalapa had been broken up they were daily expectation an have Peace I which b the better Mexicans our vicinage but we yield all claim trusting that tons. The tonuage has nearly doubled since 1311-
attack from the Mexicans who peace. fa
t :t'1 &the following : by order of Gen. Scott, and all the sick and to be 1500 in were reported pray. We have no government,no means,and you will respect our civil and political rights, no In 1846 there were 1430 vessels bnih inc $

t.: :; S The) Cir ut Court for this County,the Hon. Government stores have: been sent to Perote On tho night strong of thu \'icni'yoftbe. city.- no desire lor defence. Our defence is to be I id of matter what other considerations may determine total of 158,200 tons. The State of Maine,u lH

;:1 :!; George 8. presiding, commencedits Castle, 8 that this line communication has a Not will your choice. If this be the view which he takes of largest ship builder in the Union-the'toiutg*,baft
Iawkiul tion was made by the Mexicans in Tampicoto our own military oppre"ors a cannon b
been completely closed. Gen. Scott ba had the case, it is by no means bad Should in 1346 amounting to 49,447, while that of 9 a
& .:: !'t session t>n the 2d Monday of this month, and rise. The American authorities, however, pointed (rom this city towards Gen. Scott ; no for one. we,
adjourned on Thursday, having during tbej' a road opened from Perote to from bad timely information of the contemplated t there are none to point! God hasten Gen. Scott to by our course, set the North at defiance,refusing to York was only 33,253, and Massachusetts**&

j term disposed of a large amount of and9'j' I which in future, all our stores and men will hear what she has to say apd reckless whether she The greatest amount of tonnage is owned iil&*
ei"i movement, and to it, ) cal. us We look to him now (or protection. We have
criminal be sent, preference tt the old The suppress ifattemj'ted is for or against us, will certainly close the door York-in 184tJ being G55.695 that owoediiU'i
= business. Although Judge roa. led read the we ;
lawkin. out troops, who lay on their arms all night. address he divulged at Vera Cruz and know '
j': : < : \raselectevj the Judgeofour) Circuit ( ) Engineer corps have constructed road There was then no demonstration of revolt that our property and religion will be respected.Our .- against all conciliation. What may be done by a ehuaetts, 541,5.20 and in Majne.358,123 toasj, I*

.'., upon the organization of the Slate ]udicar than from Tuipan half to that Perote from, the Vera distance Cruz being less made. own Congress has no longer a quorum or influence contrary course cannot yet be known but the result ring the year ending 20th September 1845,Aoj

.: : f'e in consequence of the alternating system, and one healthier to Perote, On the 15ih inst. a party Mexican Ian. ," & Of Santa Anna. &.C., he says-" Hi may be more auspicious than we may at present expect. were built in Florida { vessels-3,schooner*;SM *.
." this is the Tuxpan being a place. teamen with ****".
General
of
; adopted by jibe Assembly, attacked the a tonnage 84Q tons. Ooxt
: Tho of the attack Mclntosh's cers -outmost at Tampico and power is gone-his army broken up-and henceforththe
i.j : ; first time ht has presided over the Circuit- command success has confidence upon to the drove the sentinels into the city. On the lOlh friends of peace the clergy,merchants and plan. Considering things in this light,and rememberingthat June of the same year the amount owned'la ft0:1*

.1; We believej we but speak the sentiments of who g.en great in a party of ranchf ros attacked the pilot station ters may save the nation." Alas Mexico I if the test becomes a sectional one the Northcan was 11,SGG tons. Mississippi owns l *s *?? !*

S t a i I: '>ur whole Community, when we cay that he gtrrnu. tho country swarming, and great num.all and were greeted by a discharge from halfa The intelligence which we publish poor today state easily overpower thu South in votes, and that, than any other State In the Umoa it helot hot liB5*

Iou proved a Judge and br. attacking therefore it i is the interest of the South tons. There ia Georgia !tt.*
to vessel built
\ :" i jmot acceptable A our and small.It dozen muskets when they retreated. that Gen. Scott had advanced u far as Rio Frio on .. pursue a was.one _
,; :'f. Isis ability as a j jurist ad prompt independent parel large owing to tho of The barque Mary, of Baltimore, put into his way to the capital and was there met by a depu. conciliatory policy we do not see anything very extraordinary year, that is for the year ending 30th SeptuaBer-'

and impartial manner transacting (he the y that galntr Tampico on the 16th instant for supplies and tation from the city with propositions for in Mr. Benton's views. We take it for sloop of 31 tons burthen. By the next census. U?
Bennett peace
. I 'business of hit court, has elicited the admira. Maj. Paymaster specie he wishes for the States will b **.
, ; : Mclntosh's saved. He repairs. She was bound for Vera Cruz with which were, however, rejected by the American granted success of the democratic commercial marine of the United
; in party were I
"::4 ; lion of all parties. While Judge II. upholds was wagons in one of them ; when Ibo wagonwas 200 volunteers, which she landed at Tampi I General. We have not learned as yet who has been party but that he would not accept success at the largest in the world.- That of Grt t friton" u ***

.to i the dignitl4C his position, he is courteous and bimlelr I elected President. sacrifice of principles vital to the South. 3,000,000: ,and of France 890,000 toMOw JIC

: 'i: ubaDe.t member of bar, suitors, witness- attacked, and ( a tiger. co.The most important part ofthq intelligence Now.. so far as we are concerned.. we. care. nnt the great demand/or shippur ia this eo rotrttMpatt .
We are to bear that the fine charger -- --- -
. S_ j' claaJurr and o o ob&"ato for the pained brought by this arrival is the &ttringpro.- Wheat Crop I the West. whit from what section of the country the next President and present year there u little doubt hat p
sent out by the citizens of New Orleans to I
.}fJ ; Ju wo can safely ar that the Col. Barney was by the poet of peace. Capt. Wood;'of the Jas. L Apprehensions teem to b seriously felt that the comes,provided he be a man of found democratic some 350,000 tons will be added to wu'marinskj1**

i:t, : ilignity and; respectability of Juicar of Their daring was captured so that they Mexcan, Day, informs usthat infonnatlen had been wheat crop in the States of Ohio Wisconsin,North- principles, and a friend to the South a* wellas close of the year.Heae !
Florida will' suffer in his great evn It
never defore the era Illinois, Michigan, and Western New York,
ceived at Vera Cruz that to the North. We wish, if have
rialed woman who was in the bathe 1 possible, to all M" Bl.****
It is due \oJd.lI.toythat he has arrived wagon fall far below A i4uran ..The ship
c' .Gens. Scott Worth, with the main body an image on. correspondent sectional'differences buried in the back.ground. We **
rescued after hard 1 **-
was by our men some a !
: his elevated withoutjulrwitilious by Wm. Appleton & Co. Boston,was
at
1t7 position : advanced the New York writing Buffalo under
present as far Frio ,
tbejarmy[ bl ai Ro Epre fro wish the question of slavery let alone by all parties. lr a C*
aid, but altogether. by the force of fighting. and date June of the in that 9th February la t,on her return passage
that
: j1- without opposition were 10.11' crop Sat. Bat, if the worst to the well *
o comes .
There are about 1000 men in at wont we are assured with t.
camp
:; his intellect He commenced his professional na to New York,loaded principally
{ The wheat f Western New balmost'
from with I t>
place by a deputation crop that
Yorlyvill of the South will that bit
t1k1 f life In Florida, here he has continued t live, Vera Cruz.' for The th capia if not Quite, 1 entire failure. i no man forget was insured i in the city of gostoa for'1$5. .I'
" I' proposition 1 first is to hU fireside and the
Gen at Jalapa, and was euc duty protect own ; mallwbo
and here b bas received reward he Sbiel.vl abut pae. so far advanced .to put the matter.beyond contingency *
, I I; tha a t ,
1 to leave ( Statewhen propositions no They were, of doubt. 4 hue taken pains will insist upon interfering with our rights as &:i-The unout 01' money coined 1a

I ibtr j judlnttri( _, _ eived an order from Gen. cott: to join .himMPzaebk. however, of such a nature, that Gen.Scott re. and to examine fields, in the bt wheat t reD u.west slaveholders, and who will thrust the Wilmot .proviso States during the flftj yean; cliratoastk| Ji5.

rt j' 1 The Episcopal.Methodist Sunday oIszkbusounder11scaro ;1 !IJ fused t Accept em a. determined( to of the Geneaaee river.' A. re have of a tapon'bI, will'receive no suppoK here come is $123.300,000 Ia gild' aatVailwrv, 11'---
inatancewh.es the bat
single the
: I" $ 320,930 scl I *'There aroazo preparetl4. defen4jn push on his forces t capita! From the age of the fly-that Curia escaped wheat rav from what quarter,or belong to wbatpartyN,he may, bud,tb'AaInsasMSayWit. .

i of whom, *iy WeseyaniJoar *i, 3 point between Puebla UCapitaL.tthe U deepanzleLy. faItJyie.new government, I grower. The attack i b.ud uncommonly 0 IYo th' in a i ia.ole this side Mason and DUonVline,, there will be of the Stat.t At tfahw,...
I a" a
1
! l r. been 4'tle| during the pact year. odds. and ends of ;I .' are collected t the term government can !apple t any which cumioed week,and It.was saline to I entire! unanimity on this subject. of4O2521' S 4 ,' "


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- death*f DA7xi, 0'Coicrct.r, the celebrated drawa support for.himself and his fellow marauders NdUce.THE tate.'u; Htmaa, Execotor; Wesley. Ma.nningAdmisia.Hyssan'ses. ..

7 Iris&tleBnanand? of the no lees celebrated .from the ranchos about'him. Every firm of "H.R.Seward t Co."and- Eirksey to o Her plal' ;is defraJant, I hav.levied ..'

'. Dr. CHATJCEHS of Edinburgh. man's house is their house, and wo,falls on "is this day dissolved by.mutual con TRO. c .O YO,FOtT G OA upon, a wn .I".f. before.the :Court ,
Scotch
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.. divine the poor grumbler in a summary form. As he tent. James Kkksey is authorized to settle all business ON'u the first day 'JaIl next. line,, HOUM d the city &._, an the first
t thi
;. O'cOnnell aa on shed by rapidly failing finds no guards on the road, he daily grows connected with the same. res olarly ia TO HO S GE next,.wti Jbo the(ui. -
will continue the business The lowing described .
terminate was James Kirksey at the undersigned, having to carry
health that hit life mQst soon bolder and small of his command t c.t
parties where he on this EJ. S EJ,5 N* ,
old stand( Kirksey & Seward will be mal intends to 13 TeP 2 .e-g7r'
1. oo a pflgrimag* to'Rome, to receive the Iwt make descents upon the villages within a pleased to receive a continuance of the favors of his travellers rot my wish tp tike tbjj every route facility, by Co NE4.NE4r ., .J 2NJtE.Si.NEJ -.---,, .j

! offices of tie Roman Church to the l tiring few miles of the city. old friends,and thou of Mr. H. R. Seward. lumbus, Ga', North. 24, 2. 2. N.E TN pomaace Wit* et f CoanMttttjtHd1 "A* l

t holy The it in JAMES KIRKSEY. Go.tze the best of teams, and obliging dri- N 6. N W 4. 24, 2, 2, N E 1 ActtoedabhishatonstStMrkjaode.-
at the hand*of the Pope. The progress Mexicans, was said were posted HANSEL R. SEWARD. ; every pains will to give Wf.SW4 & 18, .. 2. 3. N &. .. approved on the ff1 day ot XudZS33.1. "AI -

to admit considerable strength, in the vicinity of the Tallahassee June 26, 1847. 50 satisfacUonand eipeeially during b teD fftigk NWJ,- 19, 2. 3.N&E. JC.POt.E.PreUd, u.iI..aa"I AlMrica.
. of disease was, jhowever, too rapid National Bridge (Puente National,) close to : water) t those who may choose t route C North. NWj.SWI19, 2, "' 3.NkE. do hereby dedw JxJTBtk* ln owsth r a pnbliosaIewihlbsbeMsttheLdOce.tTaiiua J

the completion of his purpose, and he died at which the train is entrenched. They are determined -I Choice Wines and Liquors. The sta will leave Chattahoochie every Tuesdayand containing 300 acres,more o kw. ;

II Genoa,May 15th. He was born in the county to dispute the passage with us. T>Y Brig WakuUa, from New York we have received -. _t 6, A. M ,arrive a For Gaines .es Levied upon.as the property of said dedt.and U the State of lots Florida ia laid for town ta. of dkpott St. Marks! of the undermentioned .
days by 1 M. Leave F to sold to satisfy stud writ of fieri Caiu. comtaencing 1
of Kerry, Ireland, August 5th, 1775, and, Tbe train carried $350,000. There was low J3 the following others articles, which we will sell : day and Saturday, at 1, (. ti..arrive nc.WeDe b A. A. FISHER, Sheriff. oa.MoDda1. the 4th daj or October. next.
to .
r no authentic account of the loss sustain in planter-sand : chie next days bv S, P. M. a Cta Jane 19, 1547. 43 Co wit: '
the time of his death had
. of course, at near the attack. 2 Quarter Casks Cogpac Brandy, Persona travelling from Cdlumbus Ca. via Lots numbered;two. three.-oa.slg.wren,etrtif k '
,
,
completed his 72 No politician of 6 Eighth do do do. Gaines, Blakeley. ClkatUhoocVie For. New Style of Shower teD, eleven twelve foorteeo,fifteen,sixteen eif b- '
Iy year. Qainry to
1t A body of fourteen Americans and two 1 Cask Old Port Wine, hassee will find Bath teen nineteen tweet twent/.two, twenty-three.
this ,
the
1f his time has exercised so controlling and widean Mexicans, in charge of some horses about 2 "lohdeira Wine, T. D mo hpitios ronta. Cbe had at the Tin Mannfator. are twenty-four.twenty si-Itwehty-eeen.twenty.eight. 4
and such .
influence upon the masses as this great five miles from Vera Cruz, were attacked on 10 1 Boxes Pipe Schiedam Claret Wine Gin,, Quincy, June 26, 1647. 4! 2 Poriclor. have to in"ur heath, during a hot every weather.person ought t tbirty-six.thirty-eghtthbty.nins.thirty-onethirtj.twotnjrty4airtkirty-fiv! "" forty-two.. .forty-three.

S champion of Irish Repeal. And upon none, the 10th lust, by a guerilla parly of twenty Peach Brandy, Apple Brandy, Notice. June 12. J8n. 47 forty-foor. forty*!x. tortr.1.eigbt. fifty

probably has the. taint of suspicion of self. five men, who succeeded in carrying off six Irish Whiskey, Malajra Wine. indebted the 'I fifty-one. fiJty-two.fifty-four, 6It-tl r.fift,_., fittyight .- -
estate
horses, but with a loss of six of their men, BIRCHETT & LINDEXBERGER.: 'I ALL persons to of Miles PutI Notce.ALL ,ttxty-two..ixty.three,.ut,-!",.ixty-six. .
deceased
S ishness of motive more strongly attached.- the July 3. IS- 1. 30 late of Washington County,, will ; persons clam against the estate of sixty3ven. a ixty- igfct, -.unttoar.lnenl1.fiff.i.
who were killed. The next morning make and those I
; having demands late '
eQ Commenting upon.this point, the New-York two Mexicans belonging to our party treacherously Dwelling House for Sale. : said estate payment mud present them witiin the ant: ceue.: Poter.present them to the Cty. d eight eventy-aix).!,,eighty-terM.nenfJ- igbe.,eighty-eight eventy-miue.. eighty nine .!:
iiiety,
Tribune mentions, i ia vindication, one passage prevailed on one o( our officers to SMALL comfortable Dwelling Hou!e for sale at scribed bylaw, or they will be baried. : prescribed bylW.ot they will be barred; ty-one, ninety-two,ninety-six,nfectteigbt.ninety- t r

:1 I in the history of O'Connell which bears accompany them, for the purpose of retaking A Monticello Jefferson County,adjoining Jud eCbace' SH-RPLESS EVANS. Executor. I I to and the those indebted sad eate will make payment nine one hundred, one hundred mad two,'one bin .
County, June 26,iSIT. 40 subscriber
Washington 2rn
It will be sold time to suit
II ou f
I'I property. dred and three one hundred and four see hundred 4 .
horses. As I
the stolen soon as they were
the of disinterestedness. He purchasers. Apply to NAnAE MILLER, Executor. six hundred and 1f
and
stamp says ,one seven,one hundred and etgbt. ;
I out of sight of our camp, the two Mexicans 3 19-7. 50 J. R FORTUSE.Groceries. Jefferson County June 12, 181. 2m j
the Tribune "could long before his death July one hundred and tenon bQndred and eleven one hundred 1Commitnoner :
say, another Mexican TAX
and COLLECTOR'S
officer mounting SALE.
7S hung our and twelve,one hundred and f fourteen one ban-
Notice
i
7I what no other lawyer of his creed could have in his place, succeeded in stealing sixty BY virtue of aithority vested hi me by hw. dred and fifteen one hundred and sixteen one bnn- "

said during a succession of ages, that while more of our horses. A strong force was des JUST received, 4 boxes Loaf Sujar expose for tale, before the Court House dor shal, IS HEREBY of the given, that George Rosa, on of tb dred and eighteen one hundred and nineteen one ':
10 Bags Havana Coffee.o Monticello, Jefferson County, on the heir estate of James F. Rust, late of hundred and twenty, one 6'e..dretlaftd twenty-two.
up to 1792, Irishmen, if Catholics; were pro patched from Vera Cruz to retake the horses, : do Rio do. First.Monday: in October next, 'ounty' of Jackson, in the State of Florida decM., one hundred and twenty-tbree, on. hundred and I .

but they could not be found. A do Java do. the has this day,by his attorney,filed his petition before twenty-four one hundred and twenfy-wx., together '.
in Irish following
much
hibited from thereof
pleading a cause property or so a* will
any
CO Boxes Brown Soap, pay the State and County Taxes due thereon fur the ho Judge of the Probate Court of the said County, with all the portions of the following named loU,not C
Court, either as attorney or counsellor, he had Corretpondenee of the Charleston Courier. S Sperm Candles Sperm Oil Linseed Oil, Sordino* 1S40, vix: for a distribution of said estate; and that, three covered by the donation of tea acres, made to the f :

rj been offered by a British Ministry, throughan WASHINGTON, June 22. Pickles, Canvassed Hanu, Maccaruni Olive Oil, for \a El. S14Sec.29T.JR3N&E J Srt acres, month order from for the distribution.date of this notice,-he will ask for Tallahassee Railroad Company viz; Lois ntfmbered ,r.
an
a
I sale! on accommod.itne terms byBIRCHCTT forty-seven fifty-nine.sixty seent'.ene, seventy.
NF.4NE4. 32T. I,, R. 3, N .
i Irish Lord-Lieutenant the offices of Master The Government has taken a very impor. & LIXDEXBERGER.Julv W &1.1 B. F. DENNARD. two seventy-three, eighty-two eighty.five, and 'J
1\J. i,c :n. T. I,, U. 3, N ') II
of the Rolls, with @20OOO, a year incomefor tant and decided step in regard to the Mexican 3, 19-17. 50 l.SEl," 2-, T. 1R.3N&F, 40" June Attorney for Petitioner. ninety-four If

r war, and one that promises, if not a con. SF.4.SW4.-,.r. Ilt 3, N ..l'NtVJ.NEI' ') 1', 15n. 47 3m The offering of the abovetneatlonetf lots will he J
1 life or Lord Chief Baron, worth 830,000 Furniture for Sale. &P commenced on the appointed,and proceed in the p
clus ion of the war, at least to change (be 33.T.IR.3N&E.10 Deaf and Dumb Asylum same order in which they are advertised, with all 1 .JI

a year, vast patronage, and substantial pow. : character, and to con,ince the world of our 1 JL HANDSOME MAHOGANY WORK TABLE All in County.Township Rjnge 3,1&E lying in Jeffcrson OF KENTUCKY. convenient dispatch,until the whole .ball have been 1. ;

1I. er, and that he had refused both." His last sincere desire to bring the contest to an end. with two drawers, offered, and the sale thus closed. But the sal*shall '
1 do. dHook Cap, SMITH SIMKINS / IHE subscriber,a the resident agent of the
moments are described as follows : I The Government has, after full deliberationin 1 do. do. Bureau wilh Glass top. Shf and ex officio Tax. Col. Jeff. Cu. ii Institution,offers for sale,in tract, and upon sad not be kept open longer than two weeks, and no private .J".
lot will be
, "Toward three P. M. on Saturday, he cal Cabinet Council, determined to establish a 1 Curl Maple Lounze with hair mattrass. June 2-J. l .4') t term to stat purchasers,about Four Thousand Acresof expiration entry of to any the two week admitted until after the !r
\ wide Curl Bedstead aud hair mat- LAND, situated in the Jackson, in the 4
county
form of Government in Mexico and 1't'ry Maple
, led his own man, and taking him warmly by a facto State of( the Given under my hand at the City of Washington "
trass, made to order, New Orleans Type Forida.10., Right to Locate, to a
, both hands to acknowledge the rare fidelity make with it a treaty ofpeace, and guarantythe 1 Hair matrass! Found limited this twenty-first day of May Anne Domini OIM I 4

with which he had served him, he said, As security of that Government. 2 Moss mattrasses, AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING The above lands were selected at an early date,by thousand the eight President hundred and fortj. even. ,

I but two hours later he Instructions: to this effect have been sent to 2 Wash Stands, _vo. 17, Canal street How. an experienced jude,and are believed to b amoaga( By : i t
yet am not dying ; JAMES K. POLK.
I t
2 Ward.robes, undersigned. beg leave to announce to Pub- the finest in the : .
called for the Reverend Dr. his Gen. Soott, through \ channels. The TIE RICHARD M. YOUNG, _: :
Miley, chap been ued and Printers that hate C. H. DUPONT,
I OS yds handsome Carpeting that has not they establisheda
S lain,to whom he said, when he had bent down first messenger, Col. Somers, was cut off with but \erv little all of one pattern. Apply to complete and extensile TYPE FOUNDRY in this AgentofD.1D.4.ofr. of the General Land Office. .: :

0 over him the better to hear his fast sinking I his message. The-Mexican Government is July 3, 1S47. 50 J. R. FORTUNE. city. The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut to Quincy, June 121847. 47 ly NOTICE.- .1'

'. voice I am dying, my dear friend !" pobsibly aware of our intentions already. order by workmen of long experience and, as no S. F. BURNEY In pursuance to the provisions of the Act of Congress t .

The still in attendance There is no doubt that a most formidable CORN AND PEAS 'lor sale. Apply to expense was spare to obtain the handsomest faces approved 2d March, 1S33 entitled a An Act ,
s physicians were ; 3, l->47. 50 J. R. FORTUNE. and to will Hag Just per Schr. Tallahassee, from
perfec respect,we venture to Rehe
has arisen in Mexico and that every to establish a town at St.Maria Florida the Reg
party
J
1.t but (rom that moment the prayers and other peace say it wi found as handsome, if not the handsomest New Orleans, (really and not poetically,) and ister and Receiver of the Land Office at TaUahusee.I
of its members have been in communication -
.tII which had been some Leon CountyTAX the United We have also
offices religion, not inter Stale. a very now opening will be required prior to the day of sale,to ascertain f ,f
IId from the with Gen. Scott. As soon as Gen. COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. handsome assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of! the value of :
rupted preceeding night were pursued Ginghams, ,Swiss Muslin, any improvements which nay have f ,
Scott shall arrive in the city of Mexico, the I the latest style, to which we would call the attention PLAID been made" the lots in
this
with redoubled earnestness by his friends and TilE tax-payers of Leon County are hereby noti- of before do. f Irish Linen. on designated proclamation -

;. the chief members of the clergy. At first his peace party will form a Government facto, that I am now prepared to receive Taxes articles Printer manufactured purchasing shall be elsewhere..of malt'rialequat All Batieste do. (Mosquito Netting ,respectively and the purchaser at public sale .s .
by us
.. under the guaranty of Gen. Scott. due the State and County of Leon for the year 1S47. a Elk & white do. j Black Silk Gloves of any lot upon which there are such improvrtaents, i t.'
,. voice was united in the prayers and respon. They will find me at the Court Houie during the if not superior, to any manufactured at the Mourning MuslinsCot.. Osnaburgs and brown other than the owner thereof, shall, in addition to r .
1'r ses ; as it became less and Jess distinct, his Our armies must, of course, remain in Mexico present session,where I shall be happy to meet them.A. North; and a we shall 111 Type at New York prices Printed Muslins, j domestics. the sum to be paid to the United States,be, and here- 1 }
till the treaty made with the new \ve trust to meet encouragement.We is to to the of the
hands clasped ia fervor his eyes his coun. govern A. FISHER, Embroidered Muslins, by ,required pay owner ilDpr'OYfl'
revealed how his soul ment shall be fully carried into effect. Sheriff,and cT officio Tax Collector.Julr3. are now prepared to manufacture BRASS RULE ALSO: ments the value of them ac thus ascertained; and it J
i tenance responded to and TYPE of r
magnitude,with We
I I The mass of the Mexican people are not I i47.. 50' any promptness. 5 bhds. Bacon Hams bblj No.2 Mackerel, payment therefor shall not be made upon the day on :. .
the litanies for the which would also particularly call the attention of Printers :
. t dying they were 5" Sides IS 16. h'ich the same was purchased.the lot shall be again ii
. with their around his bed. expected to concur in the treaty, because Notice.SIX to our LEADS having an entire new set of offered sale the
mingling tears 20 bbl sup'r. fine Flour, at public on next day of sale, and .:
S Occasionally. during his last illness, as many of their leaders will oppose it. months after date, I shall present my accounts moulc, by.which we are enabled. to furnish a ptr- :10 kegs leaf Lard Sh.ldet Crushed! Loaf and Brown such person shall not be capable of becoming the .Ji t

,. the brain became more and more invaded, A civil war will arise, and the new government vouchers to the lion. Judze of Probate in flt We are also Agents for the sale of the 3 bbls. Sugar.* purchaser of that or of any other lot offered at that .;
Napier, Washington and Smith PRESSES, which
and its supporters will have us as allies. and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for a dw- June 12, 1S47. 47 public sale: Provided,That if any lot so offered and Of
na there wandering of the together with Chases,Cases, SI ids.Furniture
was a momentary charge as Administrator de bonii non of the estate Composing bid off on the last day of the public sale,shall not .

mind ; from which however the slightest The National Era, the new abolition jour. of Everett White, late of said County, deceased. Ink, and every other article required in the Bacon Hams. be thus paid for, the same may be entered at private 4
T. Printing business,will b kept on hand,and furnuhed sale, paying to the United States the at .
r word recalled him. He never murmured, cal BEATTY. CASKS Hams,just received byLLOYD upon sum ;
. at Washington city, says the Mobile Keg- Montircllo, July 3, 1SJ7. 50 firo at manufacturer's prices. Sgr-'re FLAGG. which it was bid off and to the owner of the improvement -
though his internal 1 sufferings, at times at' ister, is much pleased with the liberal sentiments Editors and Printers wishing to establish a Newspaper 47 & *,the previously ascertained value there 1 .

5It least must have been great. Every one was of Mr. Dolts at Richmond, which wereso State of Florida. or Job Printing Office will be furnishP withan JuneI2III of." .f

It.t struck with his serenity his recollection, and the JFFERBON Cot'RT.-Ioi CHANCERY. estimate in detail brIbe sameby stating size Flour. By the Act of Congress aforesaid the minimum 1
CIRCUIT
of this
cordially adopted by whig
.te rites of paper of the paper,or the particular stile and quantity of price of each town lot is fixed at twenty-fire dollars
fervor in the last
.tF receiving religion. the northern The Era William AJm'r. dfbonis of John Bel BBLS. St. Louis Flour and for
city as true ground. Bailey nan work to be executed. 25 just reive and of each out lot. at twenty-five dollars per acre.
- The adorable name of Jesus, and the prayerof hails! them as a gratifying proof that there is lamy, deceased, Complainant. tiThe: proprietors of newspapers who wi publish sale by FLG.June RICHARD M. YOUNG. .J

: St. Bernard to oar Blessed Lady, mingled not that unanimity of sentiment in the south, : ".. this advertisement six months and snd paperto 12, '. 47 4t IiDJUr.f the General Land.Office. j
Ransom J. Roberts a!.. Defendant office will be for the advertisement
; from time to time with verses from the I our weekly paid JuneS, 1847. 46 1St.
which uitra-slaveholders are so anxious to to the satisfaction of the Court, af- Whiskey.
TT appearing by by purchasing six times the amount of adver. :
Psalms, and the most earnest and contrite as- about." We the Richmond L fidarit made in this causethat Ransom J. Robert 1
.1o bring hope whig rising bill in Type. BARRE Whiskey, for sale by ,
5 DR. J. REESE'SLIVER
i pirations were almost perpetually upon his papers and their Mobile friends are duly sen. Elijah Roberts and David Emanuel, defendants, reside GREEN 4. CO. LLOYD & FL.\G.

' } lips. Up to a few moments before he expired sible of the value of this compliment. out of the State of Florida and that Frances June 26, 1l7. 4! Cm 17 Canal St. Row. June 12, 1317. 47 4LGreres. & DYSPEPTIC'MEDICINE.. .!

; he continued to his confessorand Williams, Administratrix of William Williams,
recognize
deceased. resides in the Eastern Circuit of Florida: Horse for Sale. of feeble constitutions and those of se-
PERSONS
respond to his suggestions.Da. Discrimination of Cronurcll.There is no It i* Ordered That said Ransom J. Roberts, Elijah received &.FLAGG, !habits are often troubled with habitual i 11
GOOD harness HORSE that is fo
tr ;
Chalmers was found dead in his bed royal oc arisocratic road to diplomatic learn. Roberts and David Emanuel do appear within four 'A sound and good size, for perfectly sale JUS bbls. No.J Mackerel costiveness which often exerts a very unfavorable }
than there and months, and said Frances Williams Adm'x. aforesaid Scotch influence upon their general health,which is particularly '-
ing, any more is a royal aris- as boxes Herring,
to J. R. FORTUNE. 1
low. Apply
the of the 31st ult. his decease
on morning manifested by irregularity.if not total loss of t 1
tocratic road to learning in law. But, though within two months, from the date of the pub. June Itt, 1S47. 43 English dairy Cheese,
having been occasioned as was supposed, lication of this order and shew cause why this suit JO Champaigne Cider appetite. In this condition of the system, this article J
this truth blush
the first have
apparent at we is reconunendedwith the
confidently t
should not be revived, and answer the original bill 2 Maccaroni, usar nce
J by appoplexy or the rupture of a blood vessel. I since the days Cromwell, chiefly consulted, filed in this cause, otherwise a decree reviving the Blacksmithing,Horse-shoeing, &c. Port and Maderia Wines. that if the dose is properly adjusted so as not to

His age was sixty nine or seventy and heI either in the selection aspirants as precise same will pass and the original bill be taken for con. June I'2.lst7.. 47 4t move the bowels too actively relief ma; be relied } "1
writers in the nomination of min fessed. Jl nd iI is fw.ther'OrdtT d, That a copy of THE undenitn has made arrangements to carry upon without any or even the least unpleasant con- .
had been in the ministry forty five years. or envoys, this order be published in some newspaper printed in BLACKSMITHS BUSINESS in all its More New Goods. sequences resulting from the use of common purgative !
t isters, and ambassadors, the spirit of aristocracy branches. attention to Horse medicine usually resorted to.
the Middle Florifl
Circuit of once a week for four i TUST received from New York by LLOYD 1J
I COTTON CROPS IN SOUTH CAROLINA. the purpose of faction, or the influence months. (Signed) I shoeing, and feels confident that he ran give satisfaction J & Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on thai .

of patronage. The man of the commonwealth THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. I to any who may favor him with their workin lL.\G Denhains, preventive properties of this medicine by using it on J

S We may remark generally that the accounts followed a wiser Where he found July 3. 1S47. 50 4m I this rept His shop i! in the rear of the City Marino Print. Stripe, >t French Ginghams, the first intimation of an approaching attack. Thereare to J
system. an
i Hotel, ,the Livery Stable of Mewrs. Miller some constitutions liable: to regular attacks of i
of the growing crop which we noticein able and competent official there he left him, DR. HULL'S &au\ His prices wi be very liberal, and G.U Flannels. | Apron Checks and, Furniturei &.c. Billioua Fever almost every fall; to such the use of

. most of the Southern exchanges are unfavorable whether in diplomacy or law if he contin- ., he respectfully solicits a Ih of public patronage. June 12. 1947. 47 & this medicine i is recommended beginning to me it. s
HENRY IJ. FITTS. by the middle of May or first of June. .
ued to do the business without caballing.But .
ORM XOZENGES
than about
much less I
-though. so one June 19, IS47. 43 ftt Family Groceries. Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience -
he would not be served foals knaves
by or .
month Of the in South Carolina a sense of fullness weight and oppression ;
ago. crop or cowards, even though the blood of all the Extract from the .''ew York Express.TT Upper Snwannee J TUST received direct from New Orleans by J. R about the stomach after eating,will find Ibis medicine .

1It however, the Charleston Mercury of the 21st Howards flowed in their veins. Old Noll is seldom that we step out of our way to notice, who may wish to Spr. Su- FORTE pr schr.Bacon White Sides Wing, afford almost immediate relief. j.-

S gives a very gloomy account, as follows : sought out, with great solicitude and selection, JL either for praise or censure the various advertised PERSONS Spring can do s now with perfect safe 2 Shoulders, Ladies near their confinement oft. suffer from 11
specific's of the day and could w" believe in the in order, and visitors heartburn and eostivenea?: to such Ibis article is
S *' In this State, although ihero are some even from the party most opposite to his designs, ty, a the Spring is splendid 2 Ha.
be used without
truth of all the certificates which are published in coming in from all parts of the country daily. Am- Leaf highly recommended as ij can the 1-
J. exceptions in general the Cotton crop is far men of weight and talent. The glorious Mil! favor of some of them there would be no call for ple accommodations for all. 1 Kegs Bbls. Lard CI least danger,and with great benefit. In sick or nervous .

f from promising. Indeed we may say, from information ton was his Latin secretary, the learned, pious, our praise certainly. But from a personal know 1- FRANCIS A. HUSON, Proprietor. 2 H hd.. Brown headache it is invaluable. -

derived from reliable sources, wide- and royalut Hale his chief justice ; the distinguished edge oi their virtue, we are willing to record our Upper Spring June 10, IS-. 4S 4w 1 Bbl. Dried Sg This article will be found to act as a pletnant cordial -
7I unsolicited testimony in favor of Dr. Hull's Worm and tonic, restoring the appetite, and at the ,
vlydiffuted,that it cannotreach a moderate lawyer, St. John, one of his ambassadors 8 Sacks Rio Co flee,
. crop they being in our opinion an infallible same time fulfilling every intention that the common -
Lozenges:
except under the most favorable seasons from ; and the sagacious Lord Broghill, remedy for that bane of childhood-WORMS. Safe Two Horse Barouch for Sale. 3: Bbls.bbls.St. LUIS flour purgatives are intended to effect. U purely veg-. .1 4

Jt BOW to the end of a very late fall. The probability one of his most confidential agents both abroad in their operation, easily administered, and what to TiE subscriber has a light roomy BAROUCI(it 6 dozen hf. Claret. I doMe and when used according to the directions

is greatly in favor of a decidedlyshort and at home. The history of every other us is a great recommendation in a medicine for children quite broad) that he will ,(l June 47 will be found invaluable article especially to thoM 1 .J
1l June 19.147. 44 J. R. 12,187. afflicted with Dyspepsia,Derangement of the Liver
not nauseating, but actually pleasant FORTUNE
monarchical they are
t
excepting
The pLnt hat died beyond country, England,
crop. General Debility.
to the taste. We have used them in a number of New Books &c. or I I
precedent and the replanting has been con supplies us with similar instances.-British, cases in our family and in each and every case with Notice. Prepared by Doctor J. Reese Griffin Pike county
Narrative
Detroit Omoo, 1
tinued in of the best Cotton Districts Quarterly Review': in demands the of TUST received per Brig a Georgia and for sale by appointment at
most to complete success;; and we take pleasure recommending ALL persons having :against estate J of Adventures in the South Seas,by Herm &BAR. -' 1
the 10th of this month. The Cotton lice them to our patrons and friends, not only Tucker, late of Leon county, deceased, vile Webster's Domestic Economy and Housekeeping ARD.J ,
. destructive An Enterprising Yankee.-In the packet as a cure for Worms,but as a thorough and easily administered will take notice that they must present them to the ; Mars Drug Store,Tallahassee e .
have been in Cinq by
more ; may places Alre D Vig1. DANIEL LADD Newort,
ship Washington Irving, which sailed from Cathartic or Purgative Medicine, where undersigned duly authenticated, within the timeprescribed Castle of (
than ever known-the frequent replants giving such is needed,or where Worms are lu pectcd. by law or this notice will b plead in bar Monticello .t 'oJ
since Martin, Burdett .
Boston some days went a Arthur by .
passenger
Chare ,
a very irregular growth, greatly increasing A fresh supply of the above valuable Medicine of their recovery. Alice Gordon, by Quincy. i:
the the young shoemaker from Quincy, under contractfor jOist received in Tallahassee, and for sale by JOHN WILSON Adinr. HARDY BRYAN 1i -
difficulty! managementof Anthon's ,
the plant. In short, it proper is the belief of the one year, to take charge of a shoe factoryin July 3, 1&47. W 2t LEWIS i. AMES. Jane 19, 1St 1. 49 Anlhon'a Caesar.Manual for &lust.Wiberorce's ., May 22,1847.Agent" for Thomas 44 countv!,Georgia. l'j .

best informed that but the Liverpool, to instruct the operatives in the Mielat. Alison' EysVilsn'l -
planters nothing making of pegged shoes and boots-an art U. S. MAIL LINE J. R. FORTUNE \ > Notice.QIX -

most favorable seasons, and a very late fall", they do not understand in Eoglandyet.-Barn- made permanent arrangement in New Heman's Poems. Pocket Maps of U. S.it Georgia months after dateth undersigned,Executor

can bring up the'Cotton to a moderate crop. italic Patriot. HAVING by which he will keep constantly on Blue Fignered Window Paper,36 inches wide. O of the last will and testament of Benjamin -

hand a good supply of family Flour, Bacon of all NeW oi House Paper, and Borders for do Chaires,deceased,late of Leon County,wilt presenthis

FROM MEXICO. The Ethics of Borrowing.-To borrow a descriptions which he will guarantee in all cass of For sale by P. A. HAYWARD.June account and vouchers to the Hon Judge of Probate

The steamer Mary Kingsland, at New-Or dollar and not return it, is cunning rather firt quality and to be sold as low for in cash t Orleans any in 12, 1947. 47 of Leon County, and make application for let- .

leans from Vera, Cruz brings fuller news of than borrow book and it town. TOe wishing orders filled New Cheap Plough Horse for Sale. ten of dismission as Executdr aforesaid.
upright ; to a return From Tallahassee to Macon. he will atend td.as he ha an agent who makes it his JOSEPH CHAIRES..Executor.

the attack on the train which left that city on is negligent rather than dishonest ; to borrowan / VN and after the 1st of this line will be business to purchase at the lowest market rate APPLY TO Leon County,April 3, IS47. 37 Cm

the lth lost. under Cot! McIntosh. umbrella and not return It, is complamentrather I \J thoroughly established Ju1' HORSE POST June 12.1&-7. 47 J. R FORTUNE.

T .train was 800 strong-a formidable than good manured ; to borrow trouble I CO.-CHE entire route. The undersigned hat June 12,1347. 41Maers Ice Cream Freezers. '.

'body. The attack was made at a point,just which cant't be returned, is foolish, and obtaned the U.S.Mail contract throughout,have Griswold's Improved Cotton Gins. Sale. Tj OR SALE at the Tin SHOT. Ice Cream Freezers,

fifteen miles beyjmd Santa Fe, a village eight nothing else. necessary arrangements for the accommodation subscriber will continue the manufacture of D Y virtue of a the Circuit of the .T of various sizes. Also Tia Tubs, lo set the
of the travelling public. They hate TiE der Curt I
miles from YenrCrur. We learn from the good on bis usual extensive scale, and embraces D Middle Circuit of for Fieezer in.which takes a less quantifj of ice than
coaches, competent teams, and obliging diivert. and Florida '
Commercial Times that Qualfitd.-On Tuesday, in New York, this opportunity to thank his numerous customersfor in between William J. of A.layde.d.eoplailt the wooden tubs.
the moment the attack and will no pains to give general satis a cause Baier. Ad'r .
spare heretofore- The estimation
made James Crawford, for stealing two jackets, agent. their liberal patronage TallabasseeApril3.1847-
the head of
,was on the train, the his Gins held, be known from a Mar -
which are may
in
dragoons charged on them and dispersed was sentenced to enlist in the army. The stage will leave Tjllahasw! on Mondays Wednesdays the(act of his having sold more than two thousand Joseph .Rowle c,ad others,aredefendants Notice. .
for the I will -
and Fridays, at 4 o'clock A. M.. and arrive ,
them. AftfJ the lapse of a short time the last three years probably ten to one over 10rtgse. IX months after date the rsigned, Administrator
very during to sale on the first ,
in Macon
and expose Monday
on Thursdays at b S ,
Slurday. in the State. This evidence of 1
Tut.ay. other factory of Daniel N Cone, deceased, late of Co.lambia
the Mexican again made their appearance in MAURIED.In 10 o'clock, P. for the cars every fore the Court House door, in Quincy a woman n-
Savnnah. is for his being
of his Gins by .East Florida, will his final
seemingly overwhelming numbers, at least \ County, by the Reverend Thomas W. Leaving Macon on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays superiority introduce aoune and med Molly, abt 34-years of age; a boy named Wjl- County.and Touchers the present
to
the first to account Judge of Probate foe
of
17 or 1800 ttrong) and opened a fire on several Cooper Rev. JOHN PENNY to Miss MARTHA L.DUSKINboth st 4 o'clock, A. M., and arryinj i in Tallahassee keeping the le by yearly adding impro.emenl new ones. His lam, about about years 2 of age of; and.a boy the child Columbia County,and ask lor.a discharge 1
Thursdays at 10, P. Molly, year age.I. l
points at 4oce. Here a considerable of said County. o Tuel.Ys. SturdaV and improvements made the quality of s.d R. HARRIS WILLIAM CONE. Adm'r.Blonnfa .if
M. B ,there frt
number cf pack toules fell into the hands of arrangement one night perfect though some were rather slow. His and Commissioner. Ferry,E. F.. May 29.1847. 45 6m ..
On the road between Tallahassee
Sunday June 22.by the Rev. Colin Woodbury, spent on and Maon fast. It then Spea1uter -
third made them sufficiently only remained
the foe from the'extended' line which had to attention will be June5.1W7. 't
Mr. SPENCER II. SHORT to Miss MARGARET Every possible paid to the comfort to make them more.durable and convenient Notice. '
be kept on the march owing to the narrow and convenience of travellers; and, as it is intended he S. -
done J.
p, BluE U of Gadsden County. which been blieve effectually, by several DR.
bs BON month after date I shall accounts
,
greatly to improve the line, the patronage of present tny
which the train SIX
defiles through was pass the public is respectfully sclicited. improvements present year: bid FFERS hi. professional leie citizen I vouchers to the HonA. McDonald, Judge .
ing.. Cot MdaVMo,after a.rather severe coolest O WE are authorized lo announce DANIEL WRIGHT &. SAWYER, Proprietors. he has the exclusive right for the State, O. of Tallahassee and the surrounding country. of Probate in and for the County of\Madison, and
tnmniahReid'e Patent
beat off the iassaiknU sad then fortified McRAENY, Esq. u a candidate for re-election u .J By JOHN H. YARN Agent. privilege of other tOD to be times Otc at Col. Fisher's Hotel. apply for a discharge as Administrator of the estate .J

himself behind his wagon*, deeming- it imprudent Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County at the 99- Office at the Planter's Hotel, Talahule. more Water durable flain.which than any ar bheye, those to .fe who have ) 1847. 45 1 of John W.Richardson,late of said County,deceased. fI
ohr S. B.
RICHARDSON-
to continue on without a reinforcement election in October next. E.BAILEY,Agent. '; at Ms| Qufncy. made a'fairljtrial of them; are Infallibly secure Notice. Madison County May 1:5, 184' 43 6m
July 1,1847. 0 fire frictipn. His fine Gin will gin Mutoon
particularly requiring artillery. An aiD by estate C i
Qcy WE are authorized to announce WILLIAMC. I tOD" well u any saw gin can. His agents ALL persons having dclu o Boots, sasoes. and'Lcatber.N -
reached tie the 7th ,
express city Monday II .d.e
I t generally, and exhibit specimens lrly.la.
planters
n*.la the evening and on Tuesday morn- .CAMPBELL, Esq. as a candidate for Clerk of the .tyed out their advantagesin will tak.Dtice they must present tbe / \ hand and mad to order cheaper than ever :
Gen. Circuit Court of Leon County, at the ensuing October FROM the R Willborn twelve of bit improvements all la plt supplied before the undersigned duly authenticated, "ih the V7 before offered in this city.' Call and see. and I
Cadwallader marched his relict or to
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to from TaUaha Der the Thoan'iero. tim engage law, this notice will that .
eI.ction.h be made prescribed by or wi b we satisfy yon home manufactures are tb.cbeapett.
Their the first of TWO next ginning season;w engageinexti can by hm po
about
force June
1 h is said amounted to about ML bth in their recovery. The attention of Planter b invited t.a
county b
1500 men, with. i strong.detachment of artil Tux friend of WILLIAM H. ANDREWS bay marcs.nne a little tae leter.Gins directed will to be him de}Clnto.100e the G- o JOSHUA TAYLR Sen., very superior article of Ntfro Shoes for on.dollar

1e7.Is. T respectfully anaounce him as a suitable candidate : Said m.have beet beard ki Quincy and are na. of iY. pth.r May 29* 1847. 45. 2 made uftbqbe.t matesials,warranted.lo rip.
-I supposed b o their, wav to Bainbridge,and pro den.h any part Ste' Prices for other kinds of work win be fceod to cor.respond. -
$sqae or this withdrawal of for. for the office ol Sheriff of Jefferson County Fla., at bably New Georgia.W whr they wIll b le u the depot o th Bark Mills.rrtWO .. Repairs'of Boots and,Gboes. Saddles and

. eel Iroaj Ttra Cf, the number of mm there the election ia Ocjober next believing that no one Any cf their whereabouts ,will b railroad to mo cOnGet if to ttsed porchaser.aceording to All the war-dire S BARK MILLS (TuD.me. of .'s. JWrDtll,tt".bort aotic..', *,.Hat of every quality -

..* $ loaol: raor. than three hundred. is'more deserving Jie office,than be,or.more worthy /or.thankfulj their) received u rnnp pac rte m.W ." j M unproved sod most ndJl ittisuRsptedtoboThepuWei. Upde to order. .
: ;M M1LLAN.
la WM-H.
tbft dDioa. Wt' Forseleby ,
ctIIIelbt.J.-not .thaft qflftLVtoten Jefferson. -a v. $SAMUEL GSISWCfLD. .
now forty the wffiige T. R.4VILLBORN.Ju ,
$
n ,
4& .M. 3,1847. ; ,
April
mea fit for d 1tJ'. This .akl1.'err oara Ma11 1I1' MANY VOTE&I e2fl. 1847. 49 3t Tallahassee,Fa. May,2 18t7. *..
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41d: { the lor ft ; State. FOR,carryi iJ: fl"; aI: rxorosxo AND Afimcn TO vr Wifo. shall arc-lot .-.fU" l

j., S '' :;;, o.MCC1yIT'PO2E1an'OTd'S' tho lsof SeptetobeTi l&Llg tbt XXh of JLSSXMBT{ SOBhtCT TO_TBV ACTtOIfOF ate (a aad for tie CanaryJe4fcrso ,udijttlr faa A5stiscf.Io.tt.e eQ ,itf _
', Jane, 1831. inclwve.W the Stait C Floridi.will be ,
: Drug Stert;ttstj Har CfurtandJTcwJdartet TEX HKZT O13HHJU ASSIMBLT.An disebargtf Administrator of the estate of Clement R6c1i..i. the MIIItJ eC Jf ,
i:H ... & *** **** ** '/0WW, received at the.Contract Offir oithe'pstQgicDe. W., StephW.1at..of aai4 Ce Florida the. following 1aodri ..j
7GeaMd. .
until Mof iaiA
A CEITTRJ partmentt the City of Washington 9 A. Jet a,fo thecoOtisdLest tf Ait Stdttat J '' thereof M will pay tll.:IafeI Df ,

i.I" J 'a the 15th of July, lsd, (to decided Vy the Is t. extend t' all fret ichXe.Ill.'inhabittntt, MotKeelloJinwir/? 1847 2G Urn- on the umeMtbe 7155 1&It ,cffttM.wY. S.

,; ;)f Faney,5UkflIId6aPICBr1GOOdS of August on the routes, and in tho manner:afi. d MilK tititent of tht United Stftts, v*+ shall a.&o acres, ling lnHolmel Valley.p (1t

", .,' f Bonnets* Hats, Boots aad So l rchnr Ware time herein specified, TiLt have resided within thiS Stall inc year, the electee notice. be1eetto the eatste 0 A.&Bl.ck1feJL \. ,; 'J
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wilIaw.'Crockq ,
; A't Wood
r .' ua FLOBIDA..3a33From'luksou franchise.OECTIOIf months alter date,I shall present account Alao,4cx Kra.lyiDI JfoJ.u.
s .- 'J.v4.' Glass War, Groceries; & iUe, by Brandy Branch, toAlligator 1. He 0 enacted to tkt Senate end SIX vouchers and applv to the Hon.my Judge of lag to belong to G.Sweet. .VaUtJ.j

f: '. ";':* READY HIDE CLOTHING. 70 miles and back once a week. 0 House*f Reprnentotitei/ the State ef Honda Probate of Leon County for letter of dilmission as Also,060 acres, pnrportiW 4> hJoia.ntI' .,1

.: ; : ClIS OF T JLwnrc: Lean Jacksonville every Wednesday 4 8 a. m, in General Jtstembly eentnud. That the first Administratrix on the estate of GranYille Sheppard, of Joseph M Whitok ud lying o> IJ. .
arrive l' out day S a. r clause of tb. sixth article of the Constitution be so said deceased.ELIZABETH Also, 161 acres,lying the head
: : Ladies aw) in dress patterns, Alligator by p. late of County on of St.Andre**
., r.. ,Brie Matn TN pursuance cf law, I, JAMH3 K. POLK. Pros Leave Alligator every Friday 8 a. m., arrive at amended M follows,via! : Every free white male person CLEA YELAND. Adax. Bay Mar HcCormick'*, potpertiirji W fc Wi I'i
:" : Talon Pint Mlx JL dent it the United States of America, dub reby of the of and upwards,and
'.' Swhaiaad Jacksonville next day by 5 p.m. age twenty-one years January 23,1817. 27 6m .
: i.? &:.' P1atzb&rrcdinddr.ipe, Jane* & 40, declare aid make known that public sales will l beheld 3534-From fey West, by Miami River,t fiJian who shall be, at the time of offering to votes citizen Co1J.ine.JOIUt w. COOXS&enff "

S'. White and black Tarlton Muslin, at undermentioned Land Offices ,in the River and Mosquito Inlet to Charleston 700 miles of the United States, and who shall have resided w. ar n effief 7tX Cot Wsih1egt Cd.6J
DllLWCLT
STATE FLORIDA, at the period hereinafter mad had his habitation domicil, home and place .f. !
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.1 : '. Black Crape, black Bariege, and back,once a month. February 20, 1847. ;31 ... ft* ,
.. ,! 1 "' Green Buck Lace and Love Yells, designated to wit: Leave Key West from tie lCth to the SOtb of each permanent abode in Florida'for one year next preceding Attorney atHontlcello Law, ? t .jgL T i

: :: flange, and solid colours At the Land Office at ST. Aucr!!r, commcncMvmlay month arrive at Charleston with all practicable dca tb. election at which he shall offer to vote, Jelfenou. County .rI rida Sae.frieJd.a. ." '., .,,,
: ..! i' Cinsham fancy tng..o Utelwclfthday of July next,for the patch. and who shall at such time and for six months inmediately } IN CHANCERY.-IN. flit CIRCUIT

3 : '. rJC and and Silk Muslin embrider Shawls, disposal of the public land williia the limiU of the Leave Charleston on#10 1st of each month S,arrive preceding said time hare Lad bis habita WILL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle JEFFERSON C ):. COma'.FOR ,- .

: D. Srf. andermentionoJ townships to wit : at Key West'ittaU practicable despatch. tiun domicil home and place of permanent abode, ,and of the County Columbia, of the Haopdeu Untw/ Complainant ..',-,
;' .i &:: w "Ilk chds, the late line and east of the principatncruliat. which offer Eastern CircuitFlorida. ,; ?
Linen Cambric S"rtLof. Proposals to run f*>m Key West, by Indian Key in the county in he may to vote, shall be VI '

j k'.;' Do. do. ,Itlkfs. plain, hem-stcbe and and Kc> Largo to Mijmi River by water and thenceby deemed a qualified voter at all elections under this Monticello,August 22, 1816. 3 Catharine Eliza Smith,John M. Smith: and! RJchirf I

; : Township twenty-two, of rang twenty-eight. land and water ia Jupiter Inlet Indian roer. Constitution atd none others except in elections by H. Harrison, Dtfmtl.. '

Black 4 embrere Kw uloves' Tow n bip twenty-one and twenty-two range Musquito Inlet and :J1J)rna to St. Augustine, will be general ticket In the State or District prescribed by Law Notice.BROCKENBROUGH TT appearing to the Court by the afldavit of" ..

,. 'r mctalic'Dy and velvet Work twenty-nine. considered; al.o fvt portions of said route to be specified law in which cases, the elector must have been a J. plainant, that the defendant, Catharine eaa '
Silk white and fancy Poket. Townships eighteen and nineteen and section six, ja.bid.3535I'rom. resident. of the State one year next preceding the & MAXWELL. Smith, is a non-resident( the State 1Iiza
Black nd
.. :. White,and black twist silk Gloves Mitt in toxvTtohip twenty, of range thirty. Milton to Sparta, C3 miles and back election,:and six months within the election districtin the State{ South Carolina: rei5e ia\

It-; t t Lisle Edging, Muslin Edgings and Inserting, Townships eighteen nineteen and twenty-one, oran once a week.Leave which he offers to vote. Provided, That no soldier UTM. H. BROCKENEROUG1I will rdOtla toFbo.V U therefore Ordcrvl,That the said 4eteDdaat'" .

\. Black silk Lace, I to 8 in. wide, :c thirty-one. Milton every Tuesday at 0 a. m., arrive at seaman or marine in the regular Army or Navyof V rida in time to attend all the Courts of the appear and answer the complainant's Sr _

, f l' :t and Bobbijt Edging and Laces, Townships eighteen and nineteen, of range thirty. Sparta next day Lj 3 p. m. I lie United Stale*, unless he were qualified elector Middle Circuit,and Jackson and Franklin Coun. the third Monday in JaIl.nut, otberw.t to *

I" '. "" Tread ,. and Sun-shades, (no. Leave Sparta ctcry Thursday at G n. m., arrive at of this Mate previous to his enlistment as such ties in West Florida. B. & M. will also attend the will be taken for confessed, and the IM- .

China als and Muslin Township eighteen, of range thirty-three. Milton next day by 5 p. m. (soldier seaman or marine in the Regular Army or Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will be decreed accordingly: And it itJ!matlellthertol

l ". ,,;: Misses, straw China and fancy Bnt At the Land Office at NrwJt A I\"n.LI:,commence 3530-From Ol.at.u tt'J.a to Port Cutler, mile Navy ot the United Star{,, or ol the revenue service, devoted exclusively to the legal profession, and That a copy of this order be ,- Onkrlfl.I I

.I ,. Bonnet Flowers atd do Ribbons do, do ins on Monday the nineteenth day of July next for and back once week' shall he considered a resident of the State in consequence claims against the United States, for the attentive the public newspapers printed published an the tm

te .. ; Ribbon assorted the d sp031of the public lands within thu limits tlf Leave Okahumpka every Thursday at G a. m., ar. of being stationed within the same. prosecution of which arrangements have been madein week (or four months eonecutivelr. State<,-nee< .. I

.I .. Lutestring coloured velvet?, Neck Ribbons, the undermentioned townships,and fractional townships rive at Fort Duller by Pa>scd Senate, December 1, IS4G. Washington.March THOMAS : .

1 ; : .. Fancy Black and white silk to wit : Leave Fort Butler cH'ry at are D. If. MAYS, President Senate. 13, 1847. 34 A true copy : Tate BAItZELL.1tti.. ..

I .;-. ;. White brown, blue, It col'd ditto, South of the base lint, and east of the principal/ rite at Okahumpka by AncnER, Secretary Senate. C. O. Fire, Clerk. ,

I :. white and a do. do. meridian. 3)31-Froul't'rl5actbhy Apalachicola.Rt.M.irk': Passed House, December 1C, 1S4C.ROBERT Monticello, Fa. March :
Misses TIN MANUFACTORY. 16 20
4 : Township nine, of fourteen. Wc : RON Ho. ,[ ] 1847. 3Slix' *
. I. :!, Feather Fans range Cedar Keys :and Tampa BJJ to Key >t, COO mile Speaker Reps. -
a paper panted and blue Hoience, Fractional townships twenty-seven tvrenty-cigh. and back, once a month. M. D. Parr, Clerk. EiIII '
# r Pink 2\e.\ and tbo main land, of ;J. R. FORTUNE 4l
rangefifteen. each
''' Law Irish Linen Shcctiug, twenty-Line thirty on I.eave IVnsacola on the M of monlb, arrive ,
:J '' r'-,.:.?, Low Linen; Table,, damask. at Key Vest with practicable despatch. .In .let to amend the Constitution of this State sot 'TTAVING become the solo proprietor of the TIN DxALERSInDRUGS .

*' *; vt.'. Linen Napkins, Bird's-eye Diaper, Linen Dowlas, To-vn-lip I went-seven, and frictior.al townshiptbirtyive.on Leave A'lrt' t on the 11 of each month, arriveat Cl. to mate the sessions of the General.Assembly .Li SHOP lately the property of R. Flagler & Co., MEDICINES, PA1III1SIOILS
the main land, of ranee sixteen. Pcnncola with all practicable dispatch. biennial instead of annual. takes this method of
Crash and Huckerb ck informing the public that he Toilet
f' Toweling
Articles
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> Russia Diaper
': Town-hiptwentv! and fractional t lown hip ill be considered fey 1. Jlc it enacted ly tht Senate and Perfumery, Tfiadiir%
.T /,. 6 to 12-4 brown and bleached Cot. Sheeting, Proposal w parts: of said route, SECTION will keep constantly on hand, at the shop opposite Situ
0 2. Cord white and brown t IhirMthreeafidtbrrlylivc.ontheinauiland.cfransseventeen. to be specified ill bid, and fij water service "rout Representatives of the State of ]/ his store, a large assortment of all tLe varieties of PAINTERS BRUSHES AJTD COXOI.S,

JTJ V-; Cambris., silk Velvet, blak Holand. fractional township t ilur.two Pcn acola to St. .\ndnwN Bay and St. JnarphN, tlr ridain Gmrral w'lJ cmfJ// fonctnThat the second Tin and other articles usually kept in his line of Apothecaries' Glass Ware Ac
5tin.Z.
T"wn"iiip twcnfyieven, cither and from St. Josh's by land to Apalachicola chuM of the fourth article of the Constitution of business. He will also be to furnish ,
prepared abovE'
J.,.:., Dresj and Furniture shade Calicoes, I on tie maij land and townships thrtj-thrc and thence b\ water.J this State be so amended as to read a* follows viz : Merchants in the country Tin-ware at low any THE constantly on Land,and for.*,. tbe
-* Cruel, of number as prices market prices. :
*- "* and thirtv-fne, of range eighteen. :3-i-Fnm St. Man, Ga Nassau 2d. The members ol he house of Representatives
bj Fa
Tape, Needles. Silver Thimbles, Fancy Bhiding. tbiriv-thrce, thuty-fou C. II, as they can get it from the North ; and begs them to
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'"- Townships, t Ihirly-tno to Jacksonville G3 tnles and back shall be chosen by the qualified voterS and shall
Number, once weik.Leac call and examine for themselves. There is an object We have received late .
TrmmlJ by
nineteen. arrivals
: *'. YUlo"llnd1.fancI811k and t fhirtv-Ctc.r.f ran"e St. Mary' \er '1 liur da at 1 m.arrive serve for the term of two years, from and after the in it here large additional
> it
.4 men' ) p. having as will be free from damage supplies of
White Medicines
j colourc Lner Land ,'riatcd by ll\v: for tl.o fl40 of school. Drugs, and C1amt*41.
T ** ,. appro at Jacksonville next da) b) > p. ni. day of the first election under the amended Constitution which it usually gets shipping.. together with ,'hid,
most of tie
l will bo excluded from
: military or other purposes, Leave JacL'uimlb ',' and no longer; and the sessions of the Gen1 popular patent remedies,
fl t. : Cotton i ry Wednesday: at G a. m. render
rancy coo'rc our
; assortment be
t | the sales. GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP TI.WIBE. t largest and most varied
arrive it. ral Assembly shall be bienniil and i.
at
Mary's next day by.12 m. commence on
l,4 ." '- Pretty and Fancy .ttsorlmcnt 'Resales witl each be kept fur two weeks the State. All of which we offer the
e.: jj open at lowest
the fourth Mondi} in Xoverit, in each aid every 1 doz Furnace, such as every family ought to cash
'.;: ITIcns Bcadf Made Clothing. (unless t the IJn .:> are sootier cJi >ed! of) and no lou such puces..July
.J.1 : l'O "OTES. second year, or at other times as may be prescribed have Sugar Dippers, Sugar Skimmers Oil Cans 25.1846.
UMBRELLAS get; and no private! entries or in the townshipso Each 'hould be b\ law. 1 LEWIS k. AMES.
'. t HAT. & proposal lcc .*. f hoots pegged, I (:.red, will be admitted until after the expiration Sec. '_'. Be itfurlhir enacted That the third clauseof
>." ** Talent see : ,signed by one or more responsible: person, in Sheet Iron for making Stove Pipes PRINTS
.:ri *,; Calf Bootees, do. do. cf Iwo wrcLfrom the commencement. rf said sales the following manner, ,uz, : : the fourth article of the Constitution amended Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of Buildings ONLY
, 1 V .Fashionable Beaver and Leghorn Hats, Given under nv hind: at the City f Washington. The unJcrountd that the samekhall read follows 3d. and
." guaranty that -, s.> : That the put up at short notice, either in the cityor t
, 5; :*' Men'and Bojs Palm Hats, tins fixth Jn' of April, Anu.* Domini one thous if his bid for carrying the mail f teem to- Rrprcsentatitcs shall bechosen on the first Monday country. SPRING ST1.hES-1S-I7. .

:*V: *> Cotton Ginghams and Silk Umbrellas. a-id eight Lu'idreJ and forty-*' \en. be accepted by the I'U'itlJa"tcr General, shall enter in tho month of October in each and every second i ALSO, a new invention for draining Sugar,which

i .---2-' :' '. Hard Ware. thi President JAMES K. POLK. into an obligation prior t to the hat djy of Septt-nibr year, from and after the first election under this amended will drain it for market in two days, and begs the LEE & RE'VSTERr,

:, f *.:: .! Mill'. cross-cut, hand, ke.tenant and wo Saws, RICHARD fly YOUNG: nxt.nth good and suficient sureties to perform the Constitution, or 011 such other day as may planters to call and examine. 41 CEDAR STREET NEW YORK
'i ersfileschisels ,\ith service proposed be directed bv law.: 20 patent Well and Cistern single and double Rod ,
: : ad braC bits a.sortd. Beg leave to inform Dealers in
Commisnoner the General Land Dry Goods
. .,r .* :;; Knob, plate, stock, pad trunk St. cupboard of Office. This should be accompanied by the certificate ofa Sec. 3. lie further enacted, That the fifth clause Pump, well adapted to plantation use. have received, and re now that they

.*; :* i't box bori and till Locks, assorted, postmaster or other ttjuiialent ttstunon)',th3t the of the aforesaid article be so amended as to read as March C, 1847. 33 WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY exhibiting, at TUB
XOTirr TO PRE-EMFriON CLAIMANTS. for .
frw
, f: i ** Pocket and table Knives, hoe and bulchcrs' do., guarantors are men ef jroptrlv and able to m4kc follows,, vu: The_Senators sb ill be chosen by the ,. rf Cell.coc.
EHr
entitled the of
: *_ : C rvinir Knives and person to right f'f .emptionto good their guaranty. qualified electors, for the term or four Jean, at the -
. : Iors. r.nd Razor any lands: within the townships above enumerate,, Tile '.oulJ lo in the SANDS' SARSAPAKILLA &q O OA m .
1 i : RAZORS-Few left Rough Ready proposal 1 scot to the Department line time, same manner and in the same ,
-:l Straps, i is required to establish tho same to tho satisfaction sealed endorsed "Proposals fur Route ,\o. -, placo where they vote for member of the House of Comprising all the _
of tl..s Register FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURLOF' New
and ceiver of the Land
; German silver table and lea, Briannia table and proper Ol in -," and adJre.jtd to the first assistaut Postmaster Representatives; and no person shall .be a Senator Spring Styles.
ice, and make payment therefor at soon 03 acli. ALL DISEASES ARISING .'no1"; Of British, French and American
t: tea, and iron table and tea pi Gencral.l'or unless he be white nun, a citizen of the United .M.7ttJtldw. :
., ', Box, coffee and corn Mills, Brass. pref'c Kettles, calle after tnin% this notice, and before the day appointed the prohibition of bids resulting from rorrbinaliors States,and shall have been an inhabitant: of this State IMPURE STATE OJTilE BLOODOR which, in ADDITION their smash stock, node

. \ : Log, fifth, trace halter and dos Chains, lor tie! commencement of the puMic sale of and the terms and conditions on which the for two years next preceding J his election and the HABIT OF TilE SYSTEM their assortment one of.the most beautiful and at.

4!, Wrought iron Gr .irons, Waffle and Waer.iroD the l.ndi embracing the tract claimed; otherwise contract is to be made, bee the lat annual advertise last year a resident of the district or county for whichhe VIZ: tractive in the city;.and havitg/w/ been purchased

,t.. .-. Collins' No. 1 Axes Steel Traps, such claim will be forfeited. mcnt. C. JOHNSON, shall be chosen, and shall hate attained the age Scrofula or icing's Eeil Rheumatism, Obstinate FOR CAm AND 8HOKT C1EDIT,

:!.: Ames'Spades, and long and short-handle Shovels, RICHARD M YOUNG Postmaster General. of hent.fi'euu. Cutaneous Eruption., Pimples or Pustules on tAe Are offered by the piece or package the
.t on
!:. Sllth shrub S'hc.and reap Hooks, Commissioner of the Gen-ral Land Office. POST Orticc PEPAIUWAT, April 21, It-I7. Sec. 4.:Brit'fuithtr enacted, That the sixth clause face, Blotches, Bile, Chronic Sore Eyes Ring terms, at and below manufacturers prices.sent.
1., Tools and April 21, bl1. 40 ts of the aforesaid article IVorm or Teller, Scald Head,Enlargement and
': : good Mehanic May S. ISt7. 42 tlSJuly. bo so amended as to read as Catalogues of prices (corrected daily) are pIeced
': articles Hard-ware lino follows viz The classification Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcer in the hands
'f .Many, many in the not : : of Senators as madeat of buyers.-:
: J mentioned. Bar and Billiard Room. Worms Worms J Worms the first session ol the General Assembly held in Syphilitic Symptoms Sciatica or Lumbago, and Purchasers will inform themselves of, the_ '
state
.ii., : Willow and Wood Ware. MONTICELLO,-FLORIDA.f"pIIE THE bane of childhood! and the certain precursor the year ISIS, shall continue unchanged ; one half Diseases arising from an injudicious use of Mercury the market, and be well repaid (or an examination of,'

Churns 3 sizes Tubs of all sizes, undersigned respectfully informs his friends many dangerous diseases if allowed to remain ot whom, as nearly a* possible shall be chosen forever ,Aseitcs or Dropsy Exposure or Imprudence even if they do not purchase. .
.t.\. JL in the human in hereafter biennially for the term of four in Life .lisa. Chronic Constitutional lT"d ,. L. & B. haTe
r :; Well Buckets,Pails,Brass and iron-bound and the public that he has opened a BAR AND long system great numbers. ears: peculiar advantages for executing orders -
, ) :, ; Kcelers, Bread-trays, Bucket BILLIARD ROOM in Monticello. onjhe West side Thousands of Children die annually from Provided however, and it is hereby declared that' THIS preparation is a combination hitherto un for prints, which are respectfully solkked/

b-.J" ;. Willow Chairs and Wo.mEuure. of the public square, for their accommodation and Worms! the term of office of that class of Senators unexpi- 1 in the history Medicine, differing entirely ; LEE, & BREWSXER
. Cariages. chidren solicits their Hi BILLIARD TABLE is red at the first election under the amended Constitution in its character and operations from the varioua -;
..t Work Baskets and covered Market patronage. Tho is close hand
season now at when they be. 44 Cedar Street.
dito one of the moot approved pattern,and is in excellent shall extend to,and Expire on, the first Monday preparations Sarsaparilla which have beenat
January23.1.J7.
troublesome children.
: :: Groceries. order. His BAR is stored with I the best lImes, Li- come most to in October eighteen hundred and fifty. different times offered to the public., It acts specifically 27 t2S

:,:. Youni* hIysonTmperial and Powchong Teas, qucrs ami Cigars ; also a variety of CONFECTION Woodruff's Worm Specific Sec. 5. Be it further enacted That the first election upon the whole system thereby bringing it CHARLES AIWHLRs .

i .. : Rio and Java efe :\RY. His rooms will be opened at all hours, 's a safe and efficient remedy for Worms. Try it.- for Assemblymen, under this amended Constitution under its direct and immediate influence. Although at Talh Basse ,aad the

&e i Butter and ., day aid! evening; and, by strict attention to businessand It is as good as the LE'ot. and cheap as the cheapest. shall take place on the first Monday in October possessed of powerful healing effects, yet it is entirely STANDS Col. R. Mitchell* plaata-

Ree lering. in barrels, a desire to please, he hopes to give general satisfaction Mr. Joseph Shipley, of Muscogee Co.. Ga.,says i it eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and the first harmless, so that it opnot injure the most del- ..county,Georgia at 85 810 and in Thomas'
No. in i bbls, brand, 1313- to his customers. Call and nee him. Brought away 200 Worms from a negro child,belonging session of the General Assembly under this amend- icate constitution. Whea in perfect health, no effect February2Oj7. 31 f IJ.

F t: 10 Ibbls. Fulton 'Marke. No. 1 Beef, S. B. BARRINGTON. to him, in a short time. dod Constitution,shall commence on the fourth Mon is produced by its use except an increase of appetite -

: '. White Beans, Apples and Peache Monticello, May J. 1 S 17. 41 Mr. John J. Little, of White.villci Geo., says I day in November, in the year eighteen hundred and ; but when disease i h seated in the frame, and M. D. PAPY

: Srdine 1 bbls. soused Pigs-feet, gave it in one case and brought away 50 Worms. In forty-eight. carrying fast its victim along the path of life, then ,

EbI. ad .. Flour, Lemon Syrup Boot and Shoe Making.1lEundcraigned.havin another case, it cured his negro woman of Tenia or Passed Senate, December 22, IS 10.D. its mysterious influence is felt and seen ; it enkindles

.". }. !. Candles, Colgate Pearl Starch, Tape Worm. II. MAYS, President of Senate. new life, and vigor, and brings health and strengthto Practice in all the Courts in the Middle

r"ar. Colgate pale Soap, brown and toilette Soaps, Crl JL stock and matet jabs purchasMtJI6entire cf LUAFS Mr. Thomas Boyd, of Cow eta Co., Geo., says, 1 II. AndrEa, Secretary Senate. the suffering and diseased. WILL Office on the first floor of the Cap.
. Pickles, assorted a\cit to who in bad health i it Passed Houso of Representatives December 29 It TRUTH is STBAXGER THAM FIC"rtox.-LET itol
; f assorted.-.Catsnps ** YJ.IlEIIFELD] who i. about leaving the State, ; a negro boy was ; ,South wing, room formerly occupied by t&s:
..:.' Olive Oil, loaf and cru.hed'Sugar, brought away mediately J 30 worms! He was; soon 1S1G. THE FACTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.: The following Secretary of the Territory. .
informs his friends and :
fc respectfully the
'I ;: Scotch Snuff of several Factories, that lie| the wtU.and remains so up to this time. ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. of Reps.M. certificate is only another link in the great chainof | November 13, 18.f. 17
public is at at old stand where
fi;. Mustard and Spices, assorted, present January, I*?17. D. PAPV, Clerk House Reps. testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and
is execute all work in his line with
re prepared -
Iuty. White Lead Window Glass, promptrc-b and dl ltch. lie has on hand the finestof GRI..IS', Pike Co, Geo., July 12, J IS 1C. ribiiury 27. 1I7. C2 Cm be convinced. What it has done once it will do JOHN EKSKJNE
kt'S p
Linseed land Oils Dr. Woodruff Pleaseforward again.
Lamp immediately thrceJ07.1I
calf ekiu and all soils of materials, and will Notice. ATTORNEY AT
4ri: Good chewing, smoking and low price Tobaccocs, of jour Worm Specific We have tails fur it CHARLESTOWN, Ma>s., Sept. 23d, 1S1C. LA'rQu1ucy. ,
mt k' af short notice, and in the best manner, GEN. months after the publication of this notice, 1
Powder, Shot, Lead, &*. &c. &c. daily. Send it wit he'ut delay. Respectfully, SIX This may certify that my son, now aged seventeenhas Florida.
'ILEMKN'S BOOTS AN) ShOES: f.f apply to the Honorable James Gilchrist,
cieiy descrip- TT7ILL attend the
J.VO. G. HILL & CO. been for ten afflicted with the scrofulous Justices' Courts of Gadsdea
tion Boots fjolfd, soledand otherwise) upaired Jude; of Probate for Gadsde-n County for letters of years V V
: 03": Te;inhabitants of the city and county, good style and at reasonable cllar (!. He will warrant an.. TAT.UOT Co., G HJ", December 12, 1515. : rniaitun as Adminutiatorfrom the estate cf SusanS. humor. At the age of seven years he had (he measles and the County Courts the in the Circuit Court of Middle Florida,

and thos adjacent counties, arc particularly requested : his work to bl' -,11.1; to any done in the place. i Dr. Woodruff have recently made trial of your Such, which probably caused this humor to make its appearance November 22 1845.adjacent' Counties of Georgia.
I. < Worm Specific in a very bad case, with the h-tppi"s t telfect. dcceased.R. in a most singular way covering his body IS tf
: to call and see for themselves-and, ctpeci and to give us good Fati i-f jet ion as to fitting as any L. EDMONDS Adrn'r. fXJ" Sentinel .
1 think it than from his head his with small copy.
" : ally, we call the attention oi f the LADIES whose other workman. mere ol ever, and believe i it Qoincy December 12,1340. 21 6n to feet tumors. I consulted -
;: will afford will do in i I'J casein the loo' a Doctor of Medicine and he examined him
: taste was never known to err. It me great JOHN LERCII. NATHANIELFactor IIAMLIN
them and J. 1-:: ROPER, M. D. SHERWOOD'S three days in succession and not understanding his ,
i pleasure to display before the diversified Mays, 1:17 43 tf
attractive FANcIES in Store. case,advised me to consult Dr. Rogers,of New York, and Commission Sereliant,

...,. l. bnmrdiate, and punctual attendance, will be TOE nn IEDY NEEDEDFor MAGNETIC REMEDIES, GOLD PILLS AND I then being a resident of that city. After a long NEW-ORLEANS.:

'" .. paid to all orders tent me. Dysentery Diarrliffa Gripins Pains and MAGNETISED PLASTER. and critical erainination, having more than thirty ,Col. WM. BAILKT, Jefferson co.

,.. F. BURNEY. For Chronic Diseases of the (flrani) and Limbs. other medical gentlemen with him al the same time, JAS. KIKKSXT }
s Summer : Esq..Tallahassee. >Rxrnujiccs.
of Children.
Complaint) he pronounced it Scrofula, or King's EviL The
; .. April t', 1547. please copy. / HROMC DISEASES of the D.
L\PD
Esq.,
Newport.
, .3)SESTlUL I From the late lamented Captain HOLMES, Georgia 'Vclass invariably child was then prescribed for,and commenced taking J
IIpertrophymay
41N- 1St'.
Febiuary, 29
Regiment.EHAZOS medical drugs from that time. He grew worse until
be distinguished the
Peters' Vegetable Pills. ST. lAna, July 2J, 19 II. j\: which is by June of 1S37 and then his bones became affected inconsequence ""*
; pain: produced by N.
I pres. lYI..l'JABTJ1f,
-- Dr. M. WowlrnlT! IXrar Sir-I owe you an apology of the mercury that had been given him.A .
:. Truth Is mighty, and in this case lia GREAT ARRIVAL for not acknowledging 'before this the receipt of a ; l i sure nal nerves on the, in ganglions the intervertebral of the 8pim. piece of bone came away from his under-jaw, in Commiuioa lId'FonrarditA' zrtbaitl.

; ,Prevailed t 30 Rnslicls, or 25OOO Boxes of box cf jour D> iitdry Cordial, which >ou hl the : 4graces along each side of the the first place, as large as an English walnut a piece lOt P ydra. street,
: ". have from the fint been a favorite kindness to send me while in Colombo, for the use from bis forehead as large as a sixpence and a piece
. .. : ,. PEE in the Suth. but now their consump Pr Gordon's Family Pills of my corps.I ( have spine been no matter what the name may from near the crown of his head. It then went to NEW-ORLEANS, LA.

". lion is confined to letion In the North, the have found it a most valuable medicine, and only t given to malady by the back and side, and discharged in three places.- BUYING SELLING, RECEIVING, AND FOR
and '
vast demand ( this
and
increasing or new physicians,D08010gists other
,
the Potomac THE regret that I have not -i-jj-ply of it. Whenever : or From thence to of his limbs attended to with promptness.Jwo. ..
'I' East. and the West a wel as beyon : celebrated medicine, and the numerous my 'medical writers. The pain thus one separating in con- .
.I' ; Europe, South the West Indies men have followed direction*, they have invaria- 4it .__. sequence of the ulceration the muscles and cord urns-To
1 cures they are daily effecting, in all portions of the = s produced will be more or less W. AKGTLK, LATHAM k BAikr.
t lily found relief. We have sulkml from the bones of the ankle
and
known and The demand suffering the back
they are are ; joint on part.-
:- appreiate. country w hi-rc they have been introduced, of Ds- zjeven .ac'ording to the intensity A. BXSTWICX, S. S.
: for them has no parallel of medicine, much from Dysenlary occasioned by the wretched .: lIe had at one time fifteen running sores or issues Sl1,
F- an pepsia. Liter Complaints, and Billioui Diseases I .. of the disease, or its active December S
' 1S43. 20
, : their water we have to drink but Cordial is or from the of the throat ,
and it may be said'of advocates with their well known attendants Sick Headache, IV liT reslO' a passive state at the time. Pressure glans and those places I have ;

i". I The cry is still they come !p.. &.c.has induced the undersigned to make arrange- tang all to their wonted Juallh and tigor. With ; -.- .- .- on the ganglions next above- mentioned. In 1810, I lived in Portsmouth, N. H., Molasses and Pi.Barrel*.
la all diseases of the stomach the my sincere thanks for your kindneas.audbcst wishes and he attacked with Rheumatic
was a Fever which
aominal ments to receive his stock direct from the pioprietor the first cervical vertebrae, indicated in the annexed .
the liveror the fur jour success 1 am obedient servant settled in of his hips which swelled undersigned Ins constantly hand nd will
a core, system generally, yuur one as large as THE
alern. and would say to their numerous customers that theyare engraving by No. 1, determines tubercular disease of of
ISAAC HOLMES: Micor three of the ge any quantity superior Cypress SYRUP
, alive and toncprope.rtiesaeting the Capt. Guards. other. Being under Medical treatment
; 'l' upon to them wholesale and retail the Head and Throat ,
prepared supply at! Brain Eyes Ears thespacoNo.
ent properties of the blood, will produce an immediate A fresh fupply of the above valuable medicines or ; on they gave him laudanum until he lost his reuon.- or FISH BARRELS: the rormu. lding froKv37 U.
New York ices. that of '
2 the Muscle
radical pi just received and fur Halo by Lewis & Joints or Limbs ; Then I became and 40 gallons: the later usual Fish barrel six*.
change, eventually perform a cure.TESTIMONIALS. Ames Drug- alarmed sent for a Thomsonian.His
l, THOMAS M. TURNER, Savannah. Ii ist8Tallahassee also R. Mannin Man. I on the space No. 3, that of the Lungs; on the space medicine his Newport,Feb. .13. 1947. 30 -: LADD
,by
r ; ; p. M, helped hip and rcsored his reason. .
A large stock of these excellent Pills just received, No. 4, that of the Stomach on the No. 0, that -
f'f Extract of a letter fro Dr. Waines, of Philadelphia sale nington, Leon County; Jas. Beard, P. M, Micco- ; space The third time he was attacked with this fever in
for box with
and at full the Liver
t 25 cents per directions of and at tho letter A,that of the
I ,dated .'February, IS ID:_" Your Pills are the LEWIS& AMES MILES NASH and EDWARD ookie, Leon County ; S. F. Cumv Miccosookic ; the Spleen ; 1S42, when hearing of Dr. Sands' Sarsaparilla State Tax Collectors Sale,
by on No. C, that of the Small Intestines
,at t mildest in their and most in Samuel Puleston, Dnig isf. Monficello James I line space ; on being satisfied that all T>Y virtue of the vested in
operations yet powerful BARNARD Tallahassee, o'..., and on enquiry lJ ; ; the space No. 7, that of tbe Kidneys tbe perfectly other medicines had power me b11aw,I will
their effects of apy that I have ever met with in a be found in all the towns and villages in the South Quincy; Joshua Da'i *,of Gad-nlcn County ; D. Baker No. b, that of the Uterus and the; on No.space failed effecting a cure, I sent and procured six betties J_) expose for sale, before the Court House door,in
"I 1 oekht and Their action P. M., Chattahoochie, and Wm. Merchant ; on space 9, and the he had taken the of Tallahassee
1L15 practice twenty years. on and W :5t. Powers that of the T lite., tc. by time it all I consideredhim city county of Leon, on the first

the chyle, ana hence on impurities of the blood, May 6,1917. 4Q Cm Marianna. It is no matter whether tenderness be found in well. Those places healed-he became bright' Monday in July next,.the following property or u
one
.; is evidently very surprising." ApriliISI7. 37 and lively-color came to his face and lips-from I much thereof will pay the State and County taxes
; c>r more places or whether one or more of the
I, ,H Extract of a Utter from Dr. Henry Hall, of Quebec organsor that time till the Fall of 1844, his complaints never : the same for the year J84G : '
limbs diseased
Land tbe curative
under
\ for as the
i L. C. March' C, 1841:_" For billious fevers, Sale. of these remedies in cesa, troubled him. At that time he became deaf, which Lots Nos.'31'1. 3J8. 310, 320, original pUaaoJ
usa proceeds and all of
... !, sick beabt. (or pidity of the bel and en- I[ WILL sell my FARM on Lake Jackson situated diseased and limits at the one time. To determine the continued until last March when his right eye became 17!, north addition c/ the city of Tallahassee.put!
4' same
spleen, Dr. Peters' lti. : an excellent about nine miles north tlfTal1 hauce. This farm organs the necessity of these remedies it is affected; from that to the left eye covering the porting to belong to Davenport. .:

S j 1 medic.ne.:" contains near one I thousand acres, seven hundred cf to dctcct the tenderness of the only in sight of the eye so that he was in a great measure A.,A* FISHER, Sheriff,.
) For sale LEWIS AMES MILES NASH which is cleared, und is now in fine for ciltiationbavinzbccn necessary ganglia of
;. by & a state of the inlcrvcrtcbral either side deprived sight. and ex officio Tax Col. for Leon Conntr. .
on of the .
'..,.: EDWARD BARNARD. in fallow for two )ear. For any 111.'. These remedies spaces Knowing that Sands' Sarsaparilla the only December 26, 1846. 23 G. '
.S .41 6m fertility of soil, I am satisfied it is lip invariably cure every case medicine that had done '
May 8, 1547. not surpassed by ever him any good J appliedto -
i
I
success of these Pills in curing in a few upland farm in the in the first stages of the disease and great majority "
Southern ,
-- THE any country. When it Mr. Fowle, Apothecary at Boston for more. He 300 Pieces Calico.3
where all of those in the last
othe remedies including f ubercula
have
failed and was cleared, it wjis laid oT( with circular hori/.onUl( consumption has taken fifteen dollars worth which has removedthe .
CABINET MAKING. that too, in cases of twelve and and white swellings. Incipient is frequently and Summer Prints,choice patterns jort
, eighteen months rows,and has nol consequently washed, and will now consumption humor from his and hearing and he SPRING ,
Jfl standing-warrants the assertion, that if taken according produce much Corn, Cotton it did detected by these symptoms, even before the to be eyes and now ( and for sale by *,,.
or Sugar, as appears cured radically so. I verily believe
to the directions certain cough cemmence There is olher L. & II. CREENBERG & CO1
DAMON & LYNCh they arc a cure.- when first cleared. Two no remedy for
14 years past I made an experiment all this latter trouble might have been l\'d.led >
A li t of certificates in of their the di'a c.is well known to April 3, lR47. 31 '
long > proof infallibility in every physician. The ,:
Tl A VINO taiglU entire stock and illeret of Sugar on twenty-five acres, which Lad if I had continued thorougly the USQ of the Sarsaparilla .
.I th .might be added, but those the directions remedies are Perfctly safe for of all
' J JLJL Francis in lbs Cabinet hop are upon produced fourteen Cotton crap and 'two of Corn, persons ages and I when he was under its influence the first time.
/ deemed sufficient. Try them and be condition*, and require no change of diet W. :
.. prepared to do all kinds of work in that line, and are convincedthat and with the most iitdiLrent( preparation made one except that These are the simple statements of the facts of the M'KhmeY'RUHeU-
\ the most tfiectual and certain of a greater supply of food. For sale .
." ;'t hope the patronafe heretofore given to the shop will they are and the thousand pounds rr acro. An average crops of a by case, and I feel it my.duty to make those facts knownto AIITTMP.. ','Jt.HAVING .-' "
very best remedy ever oflerrd to the public to insure bale of Cotton to tAo has MILES NASH, j -- -- - .
. : c Tneir expeiience in the acre always been made the public for the benefit of those who maY h#
( ntiDue. bu.ine a permanent and lasting cure. when the suited At the Post Office.Tallahassee. Fa. taken Ro ms at" Ba.nbmt ',-< -
season the culf tvaCon. i
insaying thty cam give satisfaction. It i. well F ----' afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the
;- 1.1.I' They'arantl eucutelber woik toil, and are willing to dispose BnAcc'it STORE: LowdesCo., Ala., ) adapted to the culture of Indian Corn,'and its poi. May 8. 1847._42_CnnJEFFERSON cure has been effected solely from the ellec\ of this Fla., very resp etWiylender*lusseN
April 2-,1815. 5 imity la 1L, Lake affords the finest vices to those who desire faithful and aecnrst'Lu"
:k: of it on u rtasonablo terms as other work' range for stock of COUNTY invaluable medicine.
'f' men in the Ft; at any fir. d. A* TV/err-Dear Sir :-This may certify aU kind My terms are one-third of the purchase HANNAH W. BECK 228 Main nesses cf themselves or friends which,will be,(rant*
!
t ,. ([list. after preparations' for the ofDhills'and be Tnx Collector' Sale. at. milled! to posterity indelible moventos of the Puts.
g March2O11SI. 33 using many cure money to paid on (ho first of January next, and Suffolk, is. Boston, October 13,1846.-Then
: Feverand pending some forty-five
-L brA! in physicians bile, without' any benefit, I pro bearing an interest of G pcftent. .: 3 shall expose for sale before the, Court House and made solemn oath that the above certificate Beck Monticello, March. B7< 184T.v ) -
; Midde Circuit. cured a box of Dr. Tyler's Fever and Ague Pills,'at JOHN 8. SHEPARD. door in Monticello Jefferson County,on the her subscribed and statements therein by -- ---- -- -- r --

IN CIRCUIT COURT. ope.dollar.wlnchcurod) effectually_ after I bad May 2. 1547. :45 8t .'1' First Monday in July next, arc true. Before me, contained Sea Island -PoUoa, fe*

Nathaniel'!'pearce )i Buffered with this eli'tr{*' ipg and unpleasant com the following property, or so much thereof as wlU JAMES RICE, Justice of the Peace.

i ci; Ni' Attachment fbrAMoo ilaint for twelve months. I have known them' used Ic -Houae. < pay the State and County Taxes due thereon (ire the For further particulars and conclusive evidence of

I Eden. !aftd Robert Bf909 SO. In thirty cases and not a aiajrj.box bat ailed I beleve ;- Ice-House will be opened every morning ear84G : ___ its superior value and efficacy, pamphlets which Coltotwtbat they an till
THE
C S- ,o Bo.Jd.laloM4'cW.n..trwng.. Assompsit them to be the tery Ut and mo t safe and oer- ( '*exccpttd) from C to C| o'clock,where N E t, Sec 32, and If W 4, Sec 33, and W i of N may obtained of Agents, gratis. naftnfactaring! th4 Watiwr

under the oame and style. M Damages $2fJd.E. ain cure for apu and fever that can be used,and an ice can be bad at 4, cent per pound; and at J, R. E 4, Sec 33, T 1, R 4, N and E., purporting. to belong Prepared and soldby A. B. t D. SANDS Druggists ROLLER HORSE G1 S. llsisgsel&* gteiitSofthee

J equalled as a tonic roloratiro dobililated conditions 'ortuneV store,after rh lhour, at 5 cents per lb. to Duncan M. Queries. 100 Fulton street corner William,N. Y. GinuIaOeotgScthCsenitsas4Fithey

) defeadsaLd all others interested are here o/ the'.ysttn. 'E. MYERS. ,Tickets are iaaaed and told at ,his tore for 0 lb*. WIN W L Sec 15, T3, R 4, N & E owner not SoldalsobyLEWISatAMESTallaha85eeSMITH( can refer to the.. whbias' ") .

tJic Ti otin>d qf institution of the above suit Price 81 per box, with full direclioas. For tale, of ice, each., mown. & CATLIN, Pensacola B.WHITING,St.Marks and who are wUlingJo establish thsfepUW

by attachment aop are required to appear and plead at Tallahassee: Ha.;by LEWIS k AMES MILES S N. B.,The Ico-lIooM'ftill b. opened cverr&tur- Lot N63fracc1T2R4NkE,84ae t and by Druggists generally throughout the United the sane Gins for ginning 'out toortcleaner'

'lo th* declaration 6kd in Ibis cue, within the tim. *' MSHEIJWARD, BARNARD, and on eBqniry'will day evening- 6 J VcloekV for the accocimodation of Of 2s.. .". 21T2R4N&E,60, States. than any other Oia tJnawr ,

prescribed b1."laW'# I'' be found in all of tbe5t9wnjaxtd, r 54 .,' flhg&-&uth and hoee wishing Ion the Sabbath. It keep well 1 la n. ..1. i, 2tlT3R4iNfcEtg() I4.I. Price, fit her bottle. Six'bottles for 85. 4gents-Vu.LALONGA fc AOOSTA Ceatresrw M
fBERTHELOT &tnczr \ We*. blanket and the IOM pight is 5, ," aa_ 21f2R.N'3r.E.49.:.. .
.1 Of "ry littLe. .. '. { f- The public are 'respectfully'requested to remember Ua.Gm aaz
: ,1 CPr PlainlUU JalS47. 43 6mt /& April 34,1847r 40 I, ." 22T2Rf.Ha.'EUSut', .. With1Lltej5fTCP14 -
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it"rltfl 's 1 ; f .j : : that it M Sands' 5rsapailla.that baa been Siof U Cios,%t do. .
)1sy2919l7.4: i 45 3im +'-j jITIT'ISTAR'S ? I Groceries..: -.' lyizsgintbdbend of Miecosookie like,near the plan. and is constantly achieving such riteaarkable cures of $55. Double GUIS $13' d wfth *Jlla&s
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fti1 JJK J ...Je..IUI.Uc;oo thou,ol GorvMoseley' owner not known. > tbe most difficult class,of diaeaseAtarhich the hu-' nts$65.. Eztt&rAtMmohte

BALSAM OI'WILD CHERRY, for AtutL atsoi'tmtnt just received,'nd for talttf GENELmssortttfft reedy 4 04 for.ale '. SMITH SIMKINS ; manframe is subject; therefore sJBVtSand*' Sun titetereetto.* iOrd r Jerainfaa4

ir vy wl by ; LHW1S & AMES. L & If. GREENBERG & CO .f I A b1. L. 'kJI. tREENBUG &.. CO ShnVand ex ftffieio Tax C
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