The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: July 17, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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: Into Union. .
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And thousands rallied
BY SIBLEY& DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA SATURDAY JULY over them ( safely ad protection To .
With hearts beth strong and true, 17, 1817. VOL XVIIL-NO. 2.. r invade_ such a people for the purpose zte.en. ,
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atirring tumoonc sution's warmest sympathy to their afflicted for his peer in Rome, in her palmiest daysin Tennenee. thing ; for no member ofyounr in Con- corded In the annals of crime and of Iood.
The gnndnr.with)hilail'el11ocb. ttltthen.-DrenJt finding,M sikmce. Greece,in the meridian of ber renown. It i. within the knowledge( Sf od/ fcressfrotrf this Sfafever said "believed! Not to bare laie and prnnfecr lie foul .

And Corm .wed dowa with care 13. Woman.-The object of our warmest By John Webb. John. Calhoun ;" ia spotless that the H n. Aaron V. Brown, the every that war would of it, as finally adopted deed, would .

That from bit childhood's loar had loved love and admiration ; the precious jewel) ofthe integrity of character he stands impreg- governorand Gen..Neill S. Brown, present are ad. upon your> owrf proposition.\ It t was only your this pro
This land so broad and fair- crown of life. Deprived of her presence, nable as the rock of Gibraltar. dressing the citizens ofTennessee on the sub prophecy that would have come if annexation and the cnir"r success of your area furnishe*

Seemed once again to feel bis veins man would retrograde to barbarism. Inspiredby By John Davidson. Tbe ladies of Gads- ject of the relative cJaim -() the two political had taken i place at that time, and in the proof that justice and Heaven are on your side.

Throb with the puke of youth, her virtues, ho may become only a little den County { distinguished alike for their parties to the public support [and confidence. manner it was first proposed. But it t bas come Von did resist ; and the noble men who proud

And tood erect to give the pledgo lower than the angels. beauty and accomplishments. Among the able and eloquent addresses which says my competitor.. Ay, it has come, but not ly bore you Lnner at Monterey, Vera Cruz

For Liberty and Troth. Three Gvns.-Don Cossack AfareA.VOLUNTEER By A. Floury. The Anglo-Saxon ; thebrave the gubernatorial canvass has produced, the ofannexation..-not of tbe march the ant Cerro Condo, are not at home in you .4

And in the proudest hour strength TOASTS. and bold race who are spreading over following extractofa speech from GOT. Brown, to the Rio Grande-no, it has come o of army the f. JIow did you gre'et them, on re.

Wu beard firm tnauhoodt tone : By A. K. Allison. The Orator of the Day, the earth as the waters over the deep-not at Clarksville, is among the most prominent course pursued byyou and your party. Mexico turn ? How did the old man, leaning o his

SI We stake our'fortune and our lites Dr. John M. W. Davidson, one of our most like the Goths and Vandal, in fire and blood and powerful.And had slumbered for nearly ten years over aat hobbling his way down to the river In
but with the Bible and freedom and son-how did he receive
religious recd"
With them we will atone worthy citizens. The chaste eloquent and her tide-she had beard all tbe great powers
If weprore false to the high trust patriotic address delivered by him this day liberty. now (aid Gor. Brown) I come to ask of Christendom declare that she had no title ; Did ho say to him, "Welcome back, my son

Which all bare taken now ;" affords ample evidence of his intelligence and I By R. L. Harrison. John C. Calhoun ; the question, JVfo tttlcised the march of our but when abe bear from my fompctilor and welcome back ; but would! God you had ner.er .

And in the hearts of living men patriotism. May bis success through life be the champion of the South. Lung may he army to the Rio Grande / GCNKR TAYLOU his party, in 184-, she did have a title to bets gone. I hare lately learned from our mem.

Was registered that vow. commensurate with bis well known abilities live to keep down all such movements as that HIMSLLK In his letter oi tbe 4th October, Texas-that it would be downright robbery orCn e.; from our whig candidate tot
brought forward in our last Congress by the 1345; he : : to take it governor, from the public papers,that
says by annexation her
Ay, Woman too. with patriot soul, and hospitality.By fanatic Wilmot. .. away bops h\1-fu.n-.._ ivfif..?...!.,.,.....__*"Y-___ T* v 10
revived, her 0 a u4dzIVsL. rOlK
Came in her beauty's power; the Orator of the Day. The State of By James Hine. Santa Anna's cavalrya think For, been these the reasons best powiblc., our position Cut thus tluttlie far has I for power and cupidity dominion was a-akened her of the rt against a weak and innocent 1 nation ; and I

And with her deep and thrilling voice Florida-an infant sister in our great con- cork leg and a mule. force will soon be concentrated now it may well entire be- Anglo-Saxon race was increased and thus fear that all the blood To hare shed will some .

4) Joined in the vow that hour; federacy, but a blooming maiden in intelligence By J. Bradwell. The Whig Candidates of questioned whether the views of government will be this war, with all its debts and horrors; day cry like Abel's, from the ground againstyou.

M We give our prayer, our influence. patriotism, hospitality and morality. Gadsden-Forman: Bradwell. Johnston and best carried out by our remaining at this point. It is well be laid at the door of might ." Ob did he give him such greeting
Tit all bestow May her onward march be commensuratewith with great deference that I make any suggestions; on wel my competitor as this ? If he did that
. y..e can ; Stockton. Firm, patriotic and true, the interest topics that may become matter of delicate and party friends. They gave aid and son had rather bare
But what that influence can do, the high stand she has: taken ; with her of tbe County is their's. The happinessand tion ; but if our gotemme-.it, in set i tin! ; the question nrgo'u- comfort" to Mexico in asserting her claim to died on the bloodiest field Mexico, than to

W promwe now to how." important natural position to the states of the prosperity of the citizens they desire to of boundary, makes\ the line of the Rio Grande: an ul- Texas, whatever they may have done in the bare heard such a rebuke front the Ups ofone

That pledge oh it was proudly made, Union and the many natural blessings she promote, and the ballot box in October next : timatum. I cannot doubt that the settlement will be way giving' aid and comfort to her in maintaining whom he 1 much honored and loTed. Butno
. facilitated
... And ne'er should be forgot enjoys. will tell them that sit in !greatly ] and hastened by onr tAmz! (posc; ; be gave him no such salutation. Yotf
; .' they are worthy to son at oncer-f one or two suitable |x>inUcn <>r To its fulfilment thousands owe By R. E. Gibson. The Reader of the Day. the Legislative Council of Florida. near that river. Qur strength and state oi |rjiara; Brown,) by your speeches and arguments, and bonfires and illuminated your dwellings -

A peaceful, happy lot. -His manner ofreading the Declaration con- By J. F. White. Quincy ; may in becoma tion should be di.I'layed] in a manner not to (be mis-, Jour whole tribe of public speakers in 1841, on their return. Honor and kindnt"sS i

It thrilled each soul, it nerved each heart. vinces us that be is thoroughly imbued with onu of the most opulent as it is one of the taken. However I salutary may be thecflt produce substantially told !Mexico to assert her title- and everything that gratitude could bltow D i
Amid that noble band its principles.By most beautiful of the South. upon the. border people by our presence here, (Corpus that it was theirs Wo fcyou now puck! one
; villages Chn: ti.ne) are too far from the frontier to irn. was a good one-so good, that in any feather from prou I'
Unheeding fortune, life-they sued the Reader of the Day. The lIon. Levi By O. n". Pill/nan. While the wine pas- press I the government of Mexico with our reading war which might coma from her asserting it, the war plume of the sldier,

Their honor and their land.Celebration Woodlury, of New-Hampshire.' Honest, capable ses round let friendship abound. __ to vind.cate: by force of arm, it neces"arv, our title Heaven itself would take sides with heragainst telling him that all his toils, and labr anJ .
to the Rio Grande. S S sufferings, bad been '
and faithful to the Constitution the liy Dr. Hunter. The War with Mexico! Our ariir tn 'K four countrv. And ( flnvB. not to serve .
; ; I own no.ir. ,. 1
Rio Grande ; ;h"l-f..ct" ;;d ----- :ic---
&in] o !b. n.. !Nt OnJ next best tried friend to the South,to John C. may not a man or dollar be wanted to prose- it may be that will the itself couiiuou produce na a>i igatinu p' (> of the :river .,) if war has come o from annItion. it \a1 man but only? And to glorify what of tbe that administration brave of a med fr .*,f r
and sol!
-- Calhoun. cute it to an honorable peace. wiil not be disputed." your annexation ; and if your prophesies that gallant y :
of the Fourth July in Quincy By Dr. BradrrelThe Voters of the State war would come have been fulfilled have dier: who has not and will never return T Ho .'
By the Vice President of the Day (Jesse Here you see (said Gov. Brown) he advisee you fought hard and nobly-at iast ho stricken
McCall, Esq.) Gen. Taylor, the Hero of the of Florida-May they in all time to come, the march as well calculated not to provokewar wrought tbeir fulfilment by encouraging Mexico down the I .
Pursuant to public notice given, a large West Rough, but Reatl .. exercise their elective franchise with wisdom but to assert her claim. That assertion of by enemy. There he lies his man.
; always ) Maybe to He advised i it ly form
preserve peace. stretched the earth of I
and of the citizens of and and elect her claim is this which upon the glaze
respectable portion be the choice of the people at the next Pres. prudence, men to represent as necessary and to indicate: our title very war we are dii- death is
proper coming over his the last
Gadsden assembled at the CourtHouse them whoso shall be and .eyeball,
County idential 'election] take his motto justice judge cassing. .
to the 4th of that river
seat to and to secure itsjoint navigation: death-rattle is
in the 3d the 4th and shall of distinction And aid Gov. B. I have said gurgling in his throal-he is dI-
Quincy on July, ( March 1849. ment, forgetful party lIe advised now, allttat
it able
as an general and a wise tog in
for the of celebrating and strife in the laudable time will allow the a foreign lnd. far from and kin f
corning on Sunday,) purpose party only contend I my on justice of the war hoe -
By C. H. Bradwell. The health and success statesman. The President followed it ; and drcd, and What is
the anniversary of our national inde enterprise of framing such:: a system of laws -n its being a war of self-defence, against supports i
of the American forces in Mexico. now the strange spectacle is presented that him in ibis last
struggle fVbat is it the t
when formed that will in their confer the I tbe invasion Mexico. Let
pendence, a procession was un- operation greatest : me now ask. bt
By John Lanier. Agriculture, the bone Taylor, who gave the advice, is to 'be exalted hope of heaven and tbe consolation ,
.der the direction of Col. J. M. G. Hunter, amount of happiness upon the greatest \hen was the justice or tbe necessity of this dying
and sinew of and to the presidency, whilst the President, who in just ? Oh I would
our prosperity happiness ; cause not make a
of the assisted Wm. J. At- number of in Tennessee
Marshall war 1 Not tech
Day, by people.
Divine it followed it, i U to l he puIed: down with dishonor trstquestioQ'd \"hel in Congress
by permission. may continue to or anywhere else, that might
water, Esq'r, and marched to the Presbyterian By Mr Russell. The President of the U. I[ my proclamation twelve months I J
flourish and the land. from it. It is no answer to that him of that
Tay consolation
throughout say hope shake his
Church. A fervent appeal to the throne prosper States-In him we still have the statesman: : for volunteers to engage in it. Xo, not then ; or j
only advised it in the' event that the confidence J
Jf. Our in
t been made By M. Johnston. foreign policy; wisdom the goccrnmcnt for when I called the cause for which he wa dying -
of Divine Grace having by the I profound in as wise and true to for three thousand: !, lo thir.
Rev. Mr. Phelps, the Declaration of Independence "Ask nothing but what is right, submit to interest and prosperity of the country as those the in settling tbe boundary, shoud! make ty thousand of the brave and hardy sons of for al this world could gi\"e o take from *
Rio Grande ult malUl,1 for I hate L
that an
let him
nothing is wrong. ; me. no; die with the Confidence
was read in a impressive man distinguished in days by. Tennessee rushed to our .
very Whigs
II. T. The President of the gone shown that the government had: so settled and stanhe. i of that Volunteer from ,
By Wyalt. gallant Illinois. He
Gilchrist and chaste The : and democrats .
Jas. M. A. Ftlmorc. and
ner by Esq'r, a By Army, avynndti. r'hed forward
United States helmsman. negotiated the boundary-in other word, that equally alie stretched the I ft
; the national:! He was on stricken down by
with litia U. of American the
and eloquent address, replete deep research of the S.-The bulwarks to they came not alone earth
should be a good, wise, prudent and virtuous Congress bad so settled it ;-by receiving; a cal. the enemy's balls- nearly but
erudition and patriotism, which not rights and liberties. fathers and and kindred, and friends wa r.
t man, in order to steer the ship of state in the! member residing; in the di pu't"l terrilorj' his hand jet clenched the sword with
trusty :
the be scholar but K. Florida-Our fair with
only proved orator to a By A. Allison. own came them to the place! rendezvous. to .
of settled it by having:: been notified for w-bich he had
also a worthy descendant of an illustrious paths safety. State. May she ever be like her own luxurious more sec their final departure. When drawn inline fought so long and s valiantly. .t\
R. B. The health of Gov.Moseley. than a that tbe American had }been up One of hi comrades 1
for tbeir services By Haughton. year army came by him in the midst < >
distinguished to fresh the before the orders l
ancestry, ever-grecns, as morning sun, just were given to em-
in "the time that tried men'sltoult. located in tie disputed territory Such:) information of tbe fight ; be reached him his sword, and
tbeir country and peaceful as his setting 13r.f:1y! : wisdom bark on board the you might have: seen j
." was_ delivered__n _n_ bv_ _Dr. Jno. :\1.V.. Bu 1. R. Harris. The Congress'! of the U. and fidehtv ever errace her Executive t had been reported to Congress, and he tall ?boat volunteer_ leaving.. said.:Take it, my friend_ ; i it can be ono more
Davidson. States ; tbe sentinel of American rights and and equity adorn her and wa lying upon the table cl every member of the line and ( r" his un -- --- service to me now-*take it,and te!our brave 1
-justice Judges- wending to some grouj
liberties. May its members, as a body in all that body from day to day for months togeth. way comrades to fight fight is f
The applause elicited by the orator having peace, prosperity and happiness attend all hercitizens. stationed oti the beach. Where is he : ? on on, our cause -
subsided, and the exercises in the Church future time, be governed by liberal, generousand er, without complaint and without objection. To shake hands with his father for the going last just." These were his last words ; and oh I 1
patriotic motives, without regard to mor- If then, the gorcrnmcnl, and not the President, that they were written in letters of gold on every '
which appropriate music B. time kneel before
( were accompanied by By R. Ilaughton. The State of Flori or to his mother to receive
bid sectional had the settlement of that question, the I banner that has been unfurled '(
or feeling. government glorious in
furnished by an amateur choir of ladies party da-with large: natural resources, as yet in the her last blessing. What is it that: Astains his
and gentlemen assembled for the occasion,) By R. K. Shaic. Our Army and Navy ; first dawn of their development, and an education had settled it-repeatedly and conclusively noble heart at such a trying moment ? It i Uhe this war Tennessee is even now making

having concluded, the procession was reformed the admiration of the world. Distinguished fund sufficient to send the light of intelligence settled it. proud thought that, parting with arrangements to erect a monument to the gallant J'
In the Lice of these recorded although
and undenia.
alike for their gallantry and humanityhappythe dead who have fallen! in battle in this war. ,
in front of the Church and conducted to the into neighborhood throughout his! nearest and best he is going to
that command the every LIe fact, ray competitor still insists that the You will said he the column
Masonic Lodge, where a large number of country can services ber extended limiu. She wants nothingbut fight for tut cotiniry in a juf tati'pVkat Ia. rear ( ) massy with
march to the Rio Grande the of the I
was cause $
of such soldiers. Tony summit lowering lathe You .
ladies and partook of it that makes his mother to her sJes
gentlemen a sumptuous the blessing of Heaven and the guiding willing give up
James M. Mimis Jr. Cols. McKee war, and cites :Mr. Calhoun as his authority.Mr. will engrave.the name of Allen a and !
dinner, furnished by the citizens generally, By Clay, band of wise and judicious Legislation, un child-perhaps ber only chi -to all! the bard *
and Yell. Gall did Calhoun did say so in one of bis sjgjcches ; Ewell, and Kirkpatrick, and all the
and prepared by that veteran caterer, James ltly they move on controlled by the spirit of party, to becomethe hips and all the perit so distant and so hazardous Martr j .I.
but I have shown several times
competitor with what honorable! of
t Lanier at the head of tbeir respectivo columns, aiming my a campaign It is because she is I ; but memorial
Esq. pride of the south andn a honor to the an
that he corrected the next morningby their deeds? A
It is to be regretted that Dr. Davidson declined their deadly fire at opposing masses of American Union. was very American woman, and would surrender not glorious very distinguished G

furnishing a copy of his admirable ad. the enemy, and fell covered with glory, on By Jesse McCall. May the spring that the publication of Marks' letter Markswas only her child, but if necessary, would lay member Congress from Tennesee comes ;
the field of Buena Vista. not authorized by Gen. Arista to commu forward with his inscription 1 "Died at Monterey '
address for publication. The greatest harmony bloody May gives motion to the great wheel of state be : down her own life for the service of ber counry. I
be venerated the latest nicateanything to Gen. Talor. lIe was acting in a war of conquest and plunder."-.
and good feeling prevailed throughoutthe names to posterity.By !so' regulated by the conductor as to oppressno Imoua individual opinions and Go go, my son ; it is like death to part Other members from this State j
P. W. White. John C. Calhoun. on respon. about s
day, and all seemed to feel the inspiration one. I with you, but go and drive back the indolent propose
By J. Bradwell.-Gen. Taylor the illustrious sibility. I of soil : the same thing. Ant last of all comes my
of the occasion. our and, if ,
By James IJinc. President and Vice in"ader necessary carry I
Great credit is due Capt. Stahl for the dis. hero and patriot. lie has won laurels for President of the d4' the urbanity and dignity So Aucb for Mr.\ Calhoun's authority. 'the war to the enemy's country. The par- competitor with h inscriptio.rbt is .::
; What the of:Mr. Benton- it? "Died
creet manner in which he conducted the fir his country ; recorded his name: on the rolls with which they have presided ibis. day, are mycompetitor's ting is over, and the young volunteer springs ( ,) in '
favorite witness" to the in !
ing throughout the whole preceding, as wellas of immortality. Americans feel proud at the them worthy the confidence of their as boundary- back into line, and on he goes, never once year 1847- an unnecessary war-in
prove the march of tbe to that river T James K. Polk's
mention of his and at the next Presi- army that war, waged by him to glorify i
the committee of arrangements for the name, fellow-citizens. doubting he is going, in tbe emphatic lan- .
.' In I do not consider the march to his administration." Ob (said Gov. Brown ,
dential ho will his saungthis; ) t
tasteful manner in which the dinner was election prostrate oppo- R. J. West. Stahl-The of Mr. Clay, to avenge tho wrongs of
By Capt.' gene the Rio Grande to hate been the cau"e of the war, gage a monument with such
served seemed nent as he did the on the battle fieldsof So went forth brave and an inscription can never l'
up. Every one present not rous enthusiasm he has ever exhibited in the any more than I consder the British march on Con. our stand. The earth heave -
only to enjoy themselves, but to contribute as Mexico. success of our arms in Mexico, and the admirable cord and Lexington; to have been the cause of the gallant \"olunteer and so felt and thought all "I up ber bosom,
much as in their power lay to the festivitiesof By \\\'m. Rogers. The fair sex ; the nour- and discreet manner in which he has American revolution, or the crossing: ; of the Rubiconby of thei kindred and friends who were left be. and, by some mighty earthquake will level it i 1
the day. isbers comforters and supporters of man.- Cx-sar to have been the cause of the civil war ill But one sentiment then pervaded all to the ground ; or the lightning of heaven will t
conducted himself of the
as captain gun on Rome. The march: to the Rio Grande brought on the descend and blast its
The ladies having retired, the followingtoasts Angelic creatures God bless them. this occasion, prove him to be an Americanat collision of arm,but so far from bein:; the cause of lasses and all l parties in Tennesce.rben shiver the rocks towering that column, and '
were drank: By Rapnell S. Bradwell. The State of Florida heart, if not in privilege. the war, it was itself! the effect of these cau-tes." did you first hear anything to the contrary ofall let massy compose it. No,

with her fruitful fields, rich soil and salubrious By J. M.) Bryan The Marshall and ass't This authority of his favorite witness throws this ? I was when Congress was ahotio noble no ; deeds me give of these you a memorial de worthy the .

REGULAR TOASTS. climate. May she become the bright Marshall of the Day-The skill and energy my competitor back on the position, that, after assemble, Mr. Webster cams down from gallant Od .

1. The day toe" celebrate.The birth day of est star in the constellation of states. displayed by them on this occasion: merit all, she annexation of Texas was the true the north like a roaring lion,crying impeach I By How all their Sleep the brave. wishes who blest to rest, .

our independence morning star of liber- By John Rolertsor. Gov. Call-destined the thanks of their fellowcitizens.By cause of this !Mexican war. In assuming this the President," for involving our country in Here honor cntf', pilgrim gray;j _.

ty-the dawn of hope to an oppressed nation one day to come forth "from his retirementmore I Jno. Ferguson. Our host, Jas. Lanier position, his competitor differed with all his war. The whig members from"'ennpce.re. To ble1 sod that their ca

which shall grow brighter and clearer, nntil potent in tbe affections of the people I I Semper paratus. whig friends from Tennessee, and with Messrs. spending too readily to Mr. Webster's, sentiment shall wrap .

the blessing of 'Freedom shall encircle the than in the palmiest days of his success. Ewing, Gentry Crozier, and Milton cried out, This is James K. Polk To dtrell a weDil hermt- -- there"Poetry. ------ .

globe. One gun.-Yanlcc Doodle. By Milledge McCall. The ladies of Flo Ottnrorlced Chancellors.Thurlow, on being Brown in particular. Governor Brown road war ;" and my competitor, responding too' .-The Starquotes, 'id

2. Tht signets of the Declaration of Indepfndtnce. rrda-the flowers of the Garden of the South. asked how he.got through all his businessas from the speech of tbe latter: gentleman, declaring readily to them, bed!:, cries out in Ibis very "breathless admirtion Syracuse, 80me extracts from'a

.-rbe immortal fathers of political May the young buds continue to bloom and a chancellor, answered, Just as a pick. "that he took issue with any one who canvass, Thi is James K. Folk's war, wagE poetical effusion of the ** Utica bard," Mr J. I I .
freedom.-their glorious names are written in the old ones never wither. horse pC'nd-he must him his administration"--
% pocket gets through a asumed that position. How his competitorwould by glorify C. Banfcco, Esq.,of which the following is the
the !heart of every American. By Dr. D. L. White. [Sent in.] John C. get through.' Dunning, when a similar question settle !t bat issue, so boldly tendered by unnecessary war, brought about by an unconstitutional Concluding stanza':-

One Gun.-Washington's Merck Calhoun ; an honest man, a pure patriot, asound was put to him, answered in much tbe Mr. M. Drown, when he reached the western order of the President marching tbe u From Buena Vista they t

3. George Washington.-Heaven's inestimable !- politician and truly great political econ- same spirit, though in a more professional district, be did not pretend to know ; but I army to the Rio Grande." Sirs, this sudden The Mexicans,all run away d say' J

rift to our country in tho time that amid_ style : I divide mv business into three narts : he was willing to take it,that annexation was questioning of the justice, the necessity, and While Taylor set on hit white boss*

1 tried men's souls." Afayhis memory be em- By: J. B. Innis. The Constitution of tbe one part I do ; another docs itself; and the the cause of the war, and would now demand propriety of this war, is the work of whig politicians Who caused them to sustain great loss* I" i

balmed in every heart, and his illustrious virtues U. States ; obscure and unintelligible only to third goes Undone.' Of competitor why he and bisparty friendsof in Congress-not of the whig party of "Vat's de matter, tat's de matterV1 ex1 j

adorn all our statesmen to the latest gen the ambitious and corrupt. Industrious n'Omm.-Talk indeed of this State bad annexed her 7 When John the country general No, God forbid.- claimed an old Dutch friend of ours,as ha tuck.

eration. 'Drank standing, in silence. By Dr. Davidson. Our Army :nd Navy ; pantomimes and gaudy shows, your Tyler first proposed it, they rejected it. They But the work whig politicians of tbo last ed:>p his apronand ran ont of his shop to know

4. The TempU of Liberty.-Etecle A by the I the tyrant's dread, the patriot's boatt. : installations, and coronations.your processionsand Give voted dowa his treaty, and said the right tim Congress. They saw"tho old issues one by meaning of a crowd in his neighborhood. II.the II.

bravery-cemented. by the blood, and adorned By J. W. Goldwire. Gen. Taylor and for a beautiful sight, a neat and smart me had not arrived for its consummation. The one evaporating before them. The bank was Vat'.de matter!"

by the virtu* of our forefathers. Its foundation Wylie P. Mangum-the one fitted by hie military beating her oven and setting in the bread.woman following winter they came forward and declared dead ; distributionas dead ; the protective "There's a man ke" replied a bystan .

is true ;religion ; its walls are know- services to fill the first office in the gift And if the bustle does make the of labor- that the right lime had then come, and tariff of 1842 was dead and nothing eeme der. .. -

ledge and truth.; its pinnacle peace. While of tho people, the other, by his civic services glisten on her.brow, where is the sign man that Mr. Milton Brown and Senator: Foster offered to be left to them but a new party, n "Oh, ith dat all 7" said our fie evidently :
these remain the shall stand and the second. issues and new element to it. I ; dat j
temple to fill the would not kiss that off rather than the resolutions m theirrespective houses for the compose disappointed : is a Iho man killed
people be,jfree.-One.Gun.-Hail Columlia. By J. M. Gilchrist. Major W. W. Loringof from a duchessCobbett.. plaster consummation: of that great measure. In the ly and concientiously believe that suc schemewas i humph, I it :fight.1' .

5.-The Union.-The great source of our the mounted Rifle Regiment. Florida ia Hou,e of Representatives, every whig from formed at Washington and in tb r One of the Mexican states is called Zacate

natioasl wealth, prosperity and happiness ; proud of him and his gallant deeds at Cerro Dentists promise to draw teeth without giving this Slate finally voted for them. Mr. Brown process consummation in the United .' cas, which in Spanish is pronoVjaced Zany }

tfU perpetua. One Gun.-Marseilles}{ymn. Gordo. May he escape Mexican balls and pain, as they have discovered a certain wrote to Governor Jones that his proposition Wi Tennessee now unite in the formation its I This is just what some of the whig 'i

6. TA. aatitutioll.The great Charier yellow fcve/ something" which they administer, making it .was **an original whig pi and received any such anti.war party t 'Vi either tae are trying to to Gen. Taylor IBosL ,
of our free institutions ; lobe bond of our hap- By M. M. Johnston.The Heroes of the a pleasure to have a tooth drawn. This"certain only a reluctant the :dem- whigs or democrats go into such arrange fast. say f

py union ; the safe-guard of our liberty. May Revolution ; peace be to the ashes of those something" is nitrous ox dc gas. It produces ocrats." He wrote, also, that what he had ment 1 You .belong to no such party now._

it* principle and spirit ever be respectedand whose lamp of life has burned out-content- permanent mania delirium, weak nerves done ** was entirely consistent with the curs You have escaped from such a vortrx a yet.Will Illustration ly%eayilkbdon.lray, I J

never 1 bo violated, and our country is safe. ment and happiness to the few survivors during -will accelerate the fatal action of a heart and the doctrines of the whg party in the pres- my countrymen ever go into it, by unit- what is nonsense tW asked"a wight who.talked .

Oa&j(7( .nJefferson's March. their remaining years on earth. May disease-and, where the patient is consumptive idcntial campaign of tbe preceding summer ling with those who denounce" this warS un- little else .Nonsense, replied his friend :

7. T3u uOld TSTr/wn."-By whose united their heroic, valorous, and patriotic deeds, as ; will bring on violent hemorrhage of the and that Texas was then free as any nation just[ and unnecessary, or:war of aggressionon .why, sir, i'. nonsense to bolt a d I !!

sovereignties our national liberty was effected a whole, serve as a beacon-light all future lungs. So says the Philadelphia Spirit of the on the 'globe. Well, does not all this show a weak, helpless, and innocent nation?*- boiled crt.

-may her"younger ,sisters prove themselves generations.By Times. _ bat annexation,though at first rejected by the I appeal to.the glory of the pa -the hom Curiosities.Pants "Mct the floor put on i
worthy the great Confederation to which they T. B. Hudnall. The Wilinot( Provisoa whigs of.: 'this State, wa finally adopted and or< f the present t and to all the proud hopes of when it rose. Salve rb 01 wounded :

hare been admitted. 1 Gun.-Green's March.a fatal stab at the very existence of the The Home of Freedom.Two hundred sanctioned them ? I repeat (said Gov. B.) the future,to prevent IN pride. Tombstone found watery.grave..

Tit Pretidfnt f the United States.--- South. Solemnly and duliberately we are emigrant arrived in Baltimore, a fed y. that revs finally adopted and sanctioned by And why should you unite! with those who Old shoe found on an ancient kg-n Tomahawk .

May unerring wisdom guide him in the discharge resolved, as one man, to uphold and defend since, said to bo the vanguard of a colony of them.i Why, sir, did you do so t Why, if you declare this war to be James K. Polk's war t 't"ez from an Indian pudding. Re. ,

of his high official duties. oar donfestic institutions against all assaults several thousand Hollanders, who, are aboutto know that war would come of it, did Io do Did James K. Polk declare It T No, he did cripted hill! given given the man after pay.

OntjGun.-President's Merck from any quarter. settle in Missouri. They are well clad, soW? You prophesied that if done in the way, not. .Ho advised it.,and Congress declared it. ing the debt of nature. .

9. Agriculture, Ccmmtrct end .Manufac- By Dr. Jarott. The Orator of the Day; as and fine looking people, and have abundance and at the time it was by Mr. Tyler, 3o_ Iwe' Madison advised. the war of 1812, Paddy, my jewel why donl you. bavo

tIU"U.-The great pillars national prosper- a citizen worthy the honored name he bears. of means to carry out their intention. They with the sanction and pop Geer and Congress car% it. Then it was called' your ears are'. large
o till
ity. Injury to one is injury to all. By his patriotic address this dart he bas fly from religious persecution under( tbe King Jackson,.,and tbe democratic party, t't war James by the blue.Hght fede- fora roan." _

Oaf; Gtcn,-Jackson's March. proved himself'a true descendant of an an- Hanover. would be the consequence. But never did rls of the north ; now it I called James K. "And 101" replied Pat,'**are too sbprt

10. Th War with MuiCD.-MayaD hOD.cnhIe cestry illustrious in revolutionary history. A Straicberry Bed.-Capt. Culbertson has prop1tey that It would produce war i done at war Why not U Mr. Ewla'swar for an a .

peace be speedily effected. By The B. Meatham. Our Country ; (rom a garden on the Licking,.back of Covington, the :imo and In the manner proposed by,Mr.; Wr, et.a or Air. Crozier's, After' the clergyman bad united a happy -

7W Gnsjttarck to the Battle Field. the Del None to the, St.. Lawrence ; from containing 60, acres, planted with ,the best Milton/ Brown. 'Yon saJd,ppesslyao thecontrary. Co 'l oflIr Miln 1 Drwn'. .the war face t Theyall pair, not long ago, a awful silence! .ensued,

11. The Offers and Soldiers of the Army Oregon to Florida. The admiration of the kind strawberries, and highly ,cultivated. Now it,was fiirfiy done in yawwiiwjcand all ,oed'OJt which. broken by impatient youth .ex.claiming .
7 ".
about the ofMexico.
'*ifl.jr.-Tbe halo nobly proved,themwa -'world and the hope of ourselves ; an asylumfor He bas now employed] daily about,, ,100..pickn ; Inyout own tim and still you .bill ,i brought williravoitto by act "Don't bo; sovzk4Jafry.4 "

; a* worthy the trust committed to them., the oppressed of all nations.
,Oft Gun.-Cadet's March. By W. H.'suu. George Washington ; from tbe single patch. This,!though perhaps My c. Folk's war, brought about not by A person having he e the wonderful

l2-.T. LAo,teazor, lfiMlf""J U,1I in majestic virtue a.model}.{* ,&he world to the largest Is only one among'a'hundred i :(said Oor ftw) den cp I 'rh. ay.moasgfszI.ac' eCMOIH but by the unconi&itimal cures said to bo Jjalvanic rings,
1 order Not ordered number ofthem Wbe tawdas
w : jnwb Nature set her piy vlte .HvMito satbit-wr .tbe.Pen > by anywrongful a snout
auz4.:1'h.7 kayo Mien in tb. l service bf gazflitraoa; man! Others'equall! well cultivated.-Cincinnati'Afbr. wL
U pasitbsP I }act...of .God. .J- for his pigs, m order tocwrffitis. becon.
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r. t LO! THE POOR lNDtA E ni.hn S b"telin- ivhfow 4iy UM pottta.waIt PpoMd the ICcxksaUMtf .. ,- .
t.J.3 )MEXICANS-4DUTRAGE-ON CAK Trial of CoL: Wido kf.rkEz daag Court The Caledonia Captain Lott,reached here a t -
fIIfOff'.Jlltirrlmn } blIshed.- eoaes'ta good:time. It will thinking We aray.waeo.UM SuTint.
-Ifu .4tpittal-l"t'Hf" P
early no
poWislied Sunday
A short time .since, we an ac. morning. .II b
Colonel WuutMk and Mrt. btyaheretIorIpetttadthe1SSves! to be car The
cbtfr Conspiracy. a&dntt The commercial cud political**receivedby Father also prepar. wh pp d D I whether tfesg t-fcr
i : count of one oTthe numerous outrage w T Ventub
l Perry-S. W. Jngft Speech,d.c.,** funeral of the I by mete by blind party enable adopted; Jb Bc V '
oration o r w
; 't have' been committed again the persons and the Caledonia Is interesting and J important. ceremony af r.U u o J
t Through the kindness of a friend we are of the I ,thooga waat Ufad
: property ofthe citizens of the United States of The Corn markets have undergone considerable lth, which !I. to be celebrated I one 1ta n } t,
put in possession of the following detains add new to political strife,
t"j .. olflcersactingunderthe Mexican changes. After a rise in catlaedrslscftbellolyCity. emolc to {.
Mczicaa L
by this It will be seen that a'o time U will to fh.' liberal fbraUi
melancholy case. bout the who at the tame give scheming tog nun enough to sod.,Mm *
for the the m wheat, re av
2,1 disabusing I
government, purpose : Col. Winston has been acquitted, fully sustained 8. quarter rc' wire-pollen to minutely,the to needed to equip the traitors,without *
-t. fm applying
v; of the lion, and a decline took placelcavlegthe oo
ofiuch U
; winds our people imagine THE FLOMDIAN.
iSt- : I opinion and that further, he will m. in to the Th. 't
public they band
by ; position .hoa1h
;hf Mexicans to be a wronged and injured people. : should in tae same state aa at our previous advices. w1c a an bin the La a-f .
for the Senate of .
continue to ,
run point.It
a new the
"l l we have reuod to believe It was however, that would wok f tb B.Ma fo *
outrage, opened bliY 11'mo
the eye.fmaay:: and induced them to' he be returned by his county, ho will probably soon be annce. ter &'LK. V. AX.OITZ. I h furihe acme amusement to observe theeffect over .

: short of total exterminationwould be re.elected President. We have the London Times of the I i of ti letter. ThoM who profess t b th The
:: : think that anything copy 1847. $9* Secretary of War lia mad* a rmprfrfn :
June 12th 1847. July 17 old ardent admirers, and who ,
GjunxsvuxK ,
18th which contains letters from Stockholm Saturday b.s Jot .r
: :' not be too hard for those faithless and Governor Louisiana for two
: 1 eoBpaaies
-1" .. cowardly wretches. : DCAX:-The great convulsion in the public Stettin, Bremen, Dantsic and all of lou t urging his name for the Presidency have O mounted th 0 of their 'J
Rig Florida Yolutoers. pn-men-M
and mind baa partially subsided. Col.Winston which speak encouragingly of the been sorely pooled by it The leg ones among le du btug
of these
We have read
.1 many outrages 1 The of Volunteers under Lirncorrow Vera Cm and IU With view
has had his hearing before the magistrates, in their and of crop Company Cpt them denounce it aa .Cof. cannot com a eTr cf
:. : 4 TIC.have been horror struck at the details of respective regions, a ,U not entirely made and if opportunity Te expediting the enrolmeutth.Government
I : ;4 No matter which was delayed until yesterday, in order to prices. up ten prhD why one represented to b 1 go a w1g. npfUa
suffering which they present. I for a number yet to join their ranks. The Com. write bone,and all equipments.GEN. .
"if give the friends of the deceased time to procure The in thus looks Ibold independently.
.I ; : what was in the ascendant, the officer potato crop far 1 i
Irelnd and
: 1 party rank and ,
t fF of tho Mexican Government hesitated not counsel, which they failed to do in this well, though reports Lr to be circulated paD;must number leent1.nine. their opinions about it; while some maintain perfect TAYLOR AND THE, PRESIDENCY.

f11':'' moment in inflicting wrong and injury on our county and also in Green. J. G. Baldwin of the appearance of the blight.- may b increased to one hunce. The mustering silence, awaiting no doubt,further deelop A Letter Defining 1 .
t : :/ citizens whenever it suited their purpose toT finally agreed to sit by and see that the investigation There are a great number of vessels at Cork officer Lieut. \.m1G. has arrived from Pen ments. There are others again who swear te lowing letter ha ,

;. do so. It is not once or twice that outrages was conducted legally. Scott and with Grain. On Saturday 12thseven car. la, and only await the thorough formation of the very thing itself the very most characteristic let Taylor by limn W. Taylor Esq. rm G

: of the nature of the one which we recently Inge for the defence. On yesterday morning, goes of maize arrived at Cove, amounting to Compauy to muster it into the service, and give i ter he could have written, and they praIse still more publisher of the Cincinnati edhr

i ..'k :: published occurred, but in one hundred or at 8 o'clock, the Court sat in the old Lecture 16G8 tons and on Sunday the 13ih eleven car. speedy despatch to the Rio Grande. While 1 many -. vehemently the man whose renown as a warrior is tsbed by the Signal with Sigal I i p
t Room which filled to suffocation nearly, maize of our fellow-citizens have panted for an opportunity only by his modesty and wisdom as a civil
. :,.: : more instances: and we venture to say, that was goes four of wheat and three of ba. eale placatory inuoucoD.
: ;: no government but our own would have ref and many of the people could not get in.- icy arrived. The Cork Reporter estimates to engage in(this war from Floridaand who regretted ian. Sh is the confusion into which this letter .The circumstances under which tie (

: 4I' tnained so long without adopting the most The examination of witnesses lasted until din. the quantity of food which hu arrived a Cove the want of an opportunity heretofore, we has thrown wbig politicians. They know no whatto lowing letter was received by the editor oJ

; stringent and summary means to obtain ner time. There were about 14 or 15. On. within the three last days, to be 9527 tons.- trust that the present offer will not pu by unim. make of it. They cannot understand it. They regarded as a warrant for its publication, I...

,'i:.;* redress. In fact, European governmentswould Iy one for the State was put upon the stand- Among the arrivals is the William gn" r proved. Let the Comfanyb,filled to ovro"ing. cannot see why one who has been 1 extolled by We felt it,our doty'when the first demoiuira--

have demanded reparation on the spot the killing being admitted. The evidence for from New York, with 200 tons of food for and let the honor ad chaacer of our State b nobly them should be 1 cold in meeting their embraces. tions were made inlayer of GeL Taylor (

,t .: and at tho time and it would have been better the defence was even stronger than had been tuitous distribution. sustained. There is now n time for delay; and They cannot see how jvbig can IOTa his country 1 the Presidency, dwell upon the o

-tit if our government bad taken a similar course represented about the streets. It revealed a Trade in the manufacturing districts continues we think we risk nothing in saying that under the much as to refrain from abusing Mr. Polk. Their considerable length.t We were desiroMthat subject It

..:: .. for by doing so, the outrages would not have case that for blackness and guilt, deep and in the same dull state as 'formerly. Much gallant officers who are to commandFloridians will dilemma is truly unpleasant.The some of the contained in

reached so large a number as they have. I damning in all its features has no parallel in I disappointment is manifested at the very limit hare ample opportunity to distinguish themselves in : truth is, they have mistaken their man. T should luggestos of our aiticle -

The following case of outrage, resulting in 1 the catalogue of crime in all this country, nor ed extent of orders for the United States. Mexico. thought, while availing ibimbe. of hi. ov and therefore mee enclosed it eye his (l. Tayl

1"1 the death of one of our most valuable citizens, perhaps in any civilized country in the world. Money is more readily obtained on first can I The Company will proceed from St. Marks direct I whelming popularity!t effect their party ends,they a few words of reference t to ad position,.

occurred in the summer of 1832. The evidence was clear, conclusive and abundant paper, but the small traders find it I to Point Isabel thence to Mier on the Rio Grande, could make him the pliant tool of their schemes. a In reply that oa communication a

i1d_. At that time a revolution had broken out of the cautious approaches of the Doctor, obtain either'money or credit. I whcro they will b thoroughly drilled previous to His letter dashes this hope.. They are made to fear we joaraist hae the t zdmirableand significant ,

between Santa Anna and tho government, while weaving the web that eventually succeeded The great house Eccles& Co.of Preston, going into active service. They will move with that this man of war will have his own way, ifj>laced letter, which we take

v'i; and tho State government Tobasco had in his getting complete possession of the spinners and Il1facurer has stopped pay Gen. Taylor in his attack on San Luis Potosi, previous in power and this does not suit them. Ob no, before our readers." pleasure i laying

? pronounced in favor of Santa Anna. In order heart and person of this unfortunate woman. ment for was supposed that this to bi. march for the city of Mexico. this wonderful man-made more wonderful by their
-.j to the revolution Bustamonte thor You cannot ima"ine the amount of that feel- failure would not only injure other houses, but fulsome adulation Li HEADQUARTERS ARMY or OccirrATioir, )
c : suppress From Tampa Day.Lieut. not fit to be President unless
President sent a fleet, consisting of tho armed ing pervaded every ramification of society, turn out of cmpoly a large number of ojxsratives. .FISHER,of the Florida Volunteers at Tampa his mind will compress itself into the mould Camp near Monterey May 18, 1847. \
from the clergy to the dandy-.all, all on the get Sir : I have the honor to acknowledge the
f schooner Vera Cruzana, and other vessels, arrived in this city last leave with their own narrow views, they have
on ,
on of letter with the enclosure
aide of Winston ; and ably did his attorneys The Parliamentary news is receipt your ,
where it not
I with a military force to Frontera, important.Both i He informs that the this prepared for it. They would have the to fly o
at fine
us are in eagle editorial extracted ( the
the of married troops pout morn I
to Houses
appeal feelings every man have been your
; 29th June. For the chiefly Siga.
,tfe arrived on the purpose occupied upon with the of the 0
health, and under drill and Ev. sparrow. They would have
regular .
: the contemplated attack on To. who loves honor, and to every brother and fa. the question of British interference in the I discplne. the 13th April.At
r- ? "- residing af cry thing is quiet there and likely to continue so.- the giant to clothe himself in the livery of the this time duties command
-V Lasco by this fleet, the Santa Anna party took ther. The audience were melted into tears fairs of Portugal.The my public so
uv forcible possession of the steamer Bellona, again during the investigation and pleading. Factory Bill has passed the House of India almost daily visit the post and appear entirely dwarf.would By their own showing this is the plight fully my attention, that it is impossible&answer

ta- owned by citizens of the U. States, and converted When the caso was concluded and given to the Lords and Commons, and received the Royal peaceable and apprehensions are entertained they should place him in. I it astonishing that he your letter in the terms demanded by its
tt her into a vessel of war, and compelledher Court, a deep silence pervaded the entire assembly assent. : of any difficulty a precnt.I' doubt it see and rebel against it ? When they courtesy and the impnanc of the sentimentsto
as in the chamber of death but when fever and ,they discredit their own laudations of him which it hare I
crew to navigate her, by threats of death ; Fane, centinue to Sons of Temperance." The neitberiadee
after five minutes consultation Col. Dan. murer disappointment and chagrin whig pol. the time should I feel
in case refusal. While the Bellona was some fon news from is reported By reference to our advertising columns, will iticians among lbery, t
: to attack the fleet ofr dridge said that the Court discharged Colonel that the new potato crop is diseased. i produced by this letter, show very clearly enter into the few and roost .
r ? professedly proceeding be seen that oar townsman Gto. 0.McMIJN that .ujd
we were right some weeks since in .
liustamente, the brig John of New York, Winston, a shout went up from that old Lecture The steamship Sarah Sands left to establish a Division of the order of characterizing of public policy suggested by the

Captain Hug es, was seen warping up the Room that rent tho very air. There wasa on the 15th ult. with 120 Liverpl the Sons proposes of Temperance in tbi city. Mr. M. is the the movement i favor of Taylor a a party question. My own personal views were bt

: Usumccnta river, near its junction with the general rejoicing and congratulation of each took no specie, but it is said that she had large Special Deputy of the National Division of the order trick.Ven it was spoken of as the spontaneous ter withheld ti the end of the war, when my

. Tobasco river; and the Mexican officers on other among the crowd, and a general rush to orders for breadatuffs. for Florida, and will make effort to establish subordinate action of the pple. we denied it,believing they usefulness a.s military chief, serving the

board ordered her to proceed to the brig, and greet the Colonel, who wept like a child. Further measures have been taken to get the i Divisions a the would wait ti fUer time for making s impr. field against the common enem shall ae

directed their soldiers to board her, fur the His course is, I understand, fixed. He will] steamer Great Britain afloat, bu a yet, she I of these Societies throughout, if understand State.it is The object tant a step. This i now evident. I is longer be compromised by tei
we to
rescue people who manifest
purpose practising them in that species of send her to her friends in Tennessee, make remains in the same position. the consternation s apparent or discussion in any mner.
the unfortunate inebriate
L naval tactics. As soon as tho steamer got amplo provision for her support and move The official report respecting the loss of the I' from a drnkrd'sgve. a the effect of this letter; it is those same men who From many sources I have been ae
forthwith for a divorce. Exmouth ,and to urge the claims of the Total Absti before cried out that the people their action the subject of the
alongside ofthe brig the soldiers boarded her emigrant ship states that 220 per prompte on Presidency, ad
r .: in man-of-war fashion and in a moment her I stated to you in my last that the plot between son perished. 108 bodies, shockingly man cause upon all. This it is thought can be ,but who now"hesitate a'doubt" a to the propriety violence neither t myself nor t my positionas

a deck was crowded with Mexican soldiers, the Doctor and Mrs. W., it was suppo. gled, have been fished up from the crevices of: more effectually done by means of organised societies supporting one whose principles may be above an officer of the army,by acknowledgingto

I t_ who seized tho unarmed Captain Hughes sed, went even so far as to embrace the destruction the rock. and hence they have been established in almost party bias. Have the people, shrinking back you a I have done t all who have allnoV

: beat and bruised him in a brutal manner- of tho husbund of the one and the Stale of in the Districts. every State in the Union. They are found to answer from the step they had taken,whispered new advice ed to the use of my name i this exalted eon-
. wife of the other. That Ta Manufacturing better than the ordinary Temperance Society, although on this ? nexion that services the.will
- true at
one of them going so far as to attack him conjecture was ; .-' report of the Manchester marketon pint my are ever
such the not intended to supercede them. The order There another feature of this letter which and call of the and that I
with his bayonet-and concluded by breaking was certainly case. Perry was the 15lh is similar to all the others in the coutr am notprepared
open the captain's trunk and robbing it and draw Winston into a fight and get the first shot manufacturing towns. It is as follows I has its pass-words, and perhaps signs and grips. should nQ b passed by. General Taylor dele a to say refuse if the country -
: .
the vessel of the valuables! they contained.As .- for which purpose he carried a 6 barrel pis The extraordinary promise abundance, and I Mr.McMuu-i.t will proceed t organize a Division more full exposition of his principles and,views because calls me t the Presidential office,. bQ

.. soon as the brig was ransacked, these tol. When Mrs. \V. was asked by her confi. au early harvest, the increasing easiness in the here 1 soon a eight respectable citizens shall he does not wish to do or say anything which that I can and shall yield t no call that does

ruffians, officers and men dragged Captain dent what they would do with Mrs. Perry, as money market, the decline in the price of signify a wish to become members,thai number being would lessen.his usefulness in the service of his not come from the spontaneous action and

Hughes on board the steamer; but after a they could not marry, as Dr. Perry was a mar. (Train and favorable advices ncr Britannia. necessary! to constitute a Division. country. He does not wish Wo raise a discussion free will of the nation at large and void o

: .. few days detention, during which his life was ried maul} she replied, "0, toe can get shut of I I. have elercise a very favorable in Speech of GOT. Brown, of Teme.g. which would weaken his position in the camp. Whyso the slightest agency of my own.

many times threatened he and a Mr. Gaha. her easy enough." tho We cannot infuenc note We make no apologies to our readers for publish ? Because duty, honor and patriotism and the For the high honor and responsibilities of

gan one ofthe crew, made their escape to A copy of Mrs. Hemans' poetical works any great amount to-day.of business as having inde been ing the extract which will b found on the first page justice of his country's cause,require his best services such an oBce. 1 take this occasion t say,

,; Frontera, a distance of about twenty miles. was presented by the Dr. to Mrs. W., witha actually transacted in either cloth or yarn, of this paper from the speech delivered by Gov against the enemy. Ho would not b anxious to tat I haY the slightest aspiration ; a

I On tk. Q34, f Jul-", bttl wr** (aught M. verse on page 90-"Dark lowers our fate" this has arisen from the advanced rates bu re daf Tennessee. We had much remain an effective General in the field,i he did no more tranquil and satisfactory life, after

tween the opposing forces, in which the Santa.Anna -marked; and 238, "As are our lives"&c., quired by holders ; and which rates, though rather call Claknie.attention of the reader to it. It is as believe he was engaged in a righteous cofc. To the termination of my present duties awaitsme

9. party obtained a victory 2nd succeeded both from Joanna Bailey. buyers for the present 'decline, they are yet clear as the sun, and no whig sophistry can evade suppose otherwise, would b to tanih his high I trust, in the occupations most tOdgeA
in the whole of the Excuse me for saying so much on this subject fame and make him ial to wishes. In I
capturing government willingRo pay better prices than could have its conclusions. Gov. B. nobly acquits himself a mere child of ambition, devoid my no case ca permit
' : army and fleet. Frontera fell into their hands, as I am anxious to give some idea of the been realized last market day. Upon the the country's champion in Tennessee. The antiwar a. of.high moral energies.But myself t b the candidate of any party, o
and Captain and Mr. and case ; but it is a very faint one you will get it is the rebuke the yield myself schemes.
Hughes Gahagan, whole, the feeling would be healthy, if not faction cannot stand before the club he wields, given by old General to t party
another American citizen Philo B. from this. Never has the great foundation of whig politicians, that than With these I trust will -
; Captain counteracted by the perplexing operations of and the people will see who right-who is on the more any thing else give remark yon pardon
; Johnstson, were again made prisoners, andS feeling in this community been so thoroughly the cotton speculators. Attention is more than aide of the country not only i note,but who has been importance and point to his letter. From the first, me for yrepIyngt you,whichI

taken to Tobasco, where they were cofined in broken up before. Inge said, on closing his ever directed towards our colonies and posses- and who can doubt what their the democrats have deprecated any discussion of his do with a high of the

: the.common jail till the 20th August, when, remarks that ho did not stand there as an sionabroa for an extended supply of the raw uniuI;Defeated on point ver views at this time because ofthe bad effect might sentiments and views embraced in your edi

at the demand of Lieut. Bocnim, ofthe U. S. hired attorney-that under circumstances like influence of must wi every factiously have upon his position in the Yet the whigs
staple. raised to embarrass the Government aimy. torial.With
h schooner Shark, they were released. The those, the gold of John Anthony Winston ParJamelt -every objection have wishes for prosperity
shortly be brou2ht to bear Ques dissipated, charge disproved defeated in gone on, blindly endeavoring to array him a- many your i
injuries whi h Capt. Hughes sustained from should DeTer pollute his hand. tion. Why should we almo entirely de. before every the people and the battlefitldtofMexitt gainst the Administration and to identity his views life, and .great usefulness in the sphere i

the ruffianly Mexican soldiers! affected his Murphy wrote over that his services were pendant on the b, who would fain argument what the upon tide .- with their own. Upon thy subject, how different which your talents and exertions are emaked

I brain, and pcrinduced sickness of which at the command of Col. W. But enough- monopolize the entire consumption of all the the people. will- roll can stay them when of their indignation de. his course. He will keep silence, I lest discussion I beg to acknowledge myself, mot t

. It he died on his passage home on board the God grant that we may ncjer have another cotton they produce, for the supply of this ma. and is upon should endanger his usefulness.' His lips shall ly and respctfuly. your obedient servant
so thoroughly exposed b
I such caption hypocrisy
Shark. tragedy. terial A spinning and weaving concern, a closed now, lest the,enemy might derive advantagefrom Maj. Gen. TJ. S. A
Yours &c. S. J. H. i done by Gov. Brown? The democracy have nothing
% This was a wanton all who W. Taylor Cincinnati, O.
as near Blackburn, the liabilities of which ore a contrary policy. Of course the same effect is Ja Es
to blush for in the commencement and
; read the account of it will admit, yet it is only P. S. Mrs. Winston leaves under,charge I set down at fl 0,000, has failed." management to be feared if those who pretend to his best ,
% of E. W. Pettus of this war. They have but to charge home b
on Monday next, for the [COXXUMCATXD.]
-, one of a thousand equally as bad, or worse. residence i Erance.-The harvest in France should enter such discussion
Now of her friends at Somerville prospects upon the opponents of it with the vigor commensurate friend upon Ten. FOURTH OF JULY AT
we to the friends of the Mexicans FOR
put PREN.
continue favorable. has been what a rebuke i is here.
p a and to the editors of the journals which take .,Tenn. Her maiden name was Mary W. the Tranquility restored t the righteousness of their cause, and a total I i telling them "you On Apalachicola River,Ga ., .
to markets
and not the
; the price of provisions only injure cause of your country,but
their and them Lockwood. rout will a certainly follow a that the people love you At the dawn of the Saturday the
part, }insist on terming a is "
wronged! and injured people, whether this When the Col. shot Perry, he sent a run. rapidly Journal declining.The des that is oi their country and will sustain it. The sentiment of its injure purpose.me. When We hope Scott this and thrust Taylor will join not fail the of 3d.) the deep toned thunders of the cannon announced -

,: outrage alone was not sufficient cause of ner to tell his wife that he had killed the d-d in England Deb 0lsele is the noble Decatur meets a response from every American democrats in exposing the evil courses of wit; to the neighboring country that this

war; and yet our government is charged with rascal. Her reply was that he would repentit. no has suffered consumption heart"Our country!, always KIGHT; KIOHT tica.it nay b upte to have a good effect." was the day of our political, sabbath. At a
raw cotton diminution
designing to wrong and injure them. What, He has not seen her since, nor will he the four months of the a during In or WRONG OUR COUNTRY!I" Who doubts that Ti ,have btb earl hour the indepcndant yeomanry w
her fr present year. the would have been ended both from Calhoun Gad
we ask would the of Great see again.Perry's war ere this had it county
I government it has decreased from the Wi Sight?-Those who can see only one a
. widow has left hero. She she 43,2lL been but one voice heard the and den, and before the hour of 11 '
Britain or of Franco have .done, in case \ says weight,the ofthe first throughout length to Mexican war,and that the Mexican side, ave
. is satisfied of also does consumption fou breadth of this land? What could a larger concourse had assembled
.. : similar outrage was committed on a citizen Perry's guilt, as Judge of the 1846, to 26,000,000 Ibs. This encouragement give very little credit to the assertions of the man eTr
; theirs. They would have demanded reparation Hardiman, brother-in-law. The wedding been yea attributed- the the enemy have derived from the uplifted arm and they would elevate to the he was known at the Fort, within the recollection -

and security that another would not ring of Mrs. W. was found by Judge H. this h price of tho to excessively high united voice of the whole country against him 1-, will consent to "party sbeme"-whicb Preidency-provide were made of the oldest citizens. The ladies too,
occur, and in cue refusal would.have obtained morning and handed over. The ring was the \naterial.from We would have beard of no rejoicings from him when the were fresh. For instance God bless them, came driving OPt and pouring

' it at the cannon' mouth. gift of Col. \V. when be plighted his faith.- Spin.-The news The quarrel Spain between possesses the that U one entire party in the United Sate i with ,a whigs drm.tace declare that the President intended in, with their facA and bright smiles addinglife
Perry bad worn it in the streets with Mexico in this war" U animation and beauty to the scene.
Lo the poor Mexicans 1 But the cringing publicly Queen and the King Consort continues Repeated -no passage by :'a Mexican to hae war with Mexico, and that he ordered
and crying' abettors of the Mexicans have her,initials on it. of a vote of thanks to Tom Convin for his On the platform appeared Hon. J. Porter .
to make Conge Gen. Taylor to Corpus Christ!, and thence
attempts up.the affair only to the
not a single tear to shed for our own citi. Col. \/. made his will before he met Perry. lead to ant.Ameria speech,and no waiting by them for Rio Grande for no other ,and reader; Col. J. M. Putman, speaker;j-
aens.a He will continue in the field for the Senate The dearness repeated faiucs the accession of the auti-wa party to that purpose consequently Capt. S. Sutton, President, together with theVice.presidenlJ
it with more favorable prospects than ever. led serO e. Corwin's advice carried out pwer.withdrawal thewr was provoked-wantonly provoke- D. Borey and L. M. Griz-
entes in various ofthe may b On the other hand Gen.
Capture of Slavers.-On the 17th of March Again yours, S. J. H, parts c of our armies from her soil. (Much the Taylor a letter to Am- zard, Esquires ; S. Swan,Marshall ; O. OH.Ter -
t the British steamer of war Penelope, off the PortugaL-The Armed Inlcneniionr-Sur- blood spilled and the treasure o podia on the 22d April, 1846, (who had made substantially a revolutionary soldier. The President
expended rests witha
Coast of Africa, captured a slaver called the Caught a Tartar.-DetweenCannargoand| rent of 7p.Te insurgent forces have fearful weight of the same charge) says: called the people to order and the Hon. J.

p Flying Fish no slaves on board, and landed Mier,a short time ago, three Mexicans were wit seriou re\'er. On the 31st of :their in responsibility this upon the opponentsof Me all that has passed since the American army Porter then read the Declaration of Indepen.

her crew at Kabcnda. On the 30th of the waylaying the road to rob a Mexican merchant May, Poruguea fleet sailed out of Oporto, country has bad other war: ,because their insane opposition approached that should the Rio Bravo, I am certain dence in a distinct and forcible manner,which
no tendency than to protract surprised you complain of a
, S : same month she captured the schr. Felicida.; of Matamoras who they knew was coming containing abut 4000 trop under the command it. is impossible that it should have other which is no other than a natural result of the meaure state was prefaced by a few remarks. Col. J. M.

da, with.313 slave on board mostly women i down from Mier,with a large amount of of das After they had effect I,and it the honest any I of war so much insisted upon by the Mexican authorities Putnam,having been called upon, (tbe'preri-
; and children, 17 men in irons a sick and money in his possession. The merchant had crossed,the bar they were summoned to surrender i surprisingthat and reflect existing at this time. You trill excuse me for vious chosen orator not being able to reach

, miserable looking man*. On the 4th of April, three men with him and it chanced before he --and surrender they did without firing ing and portion pursue that of the course whig which party do not, perceive this, hat rtealltnr not a Jew eirevautaneei by she ",to.that,this but war II' there from high water,) arose and said that he
shot. patriotism
p. about I P. M. she fell in with another vessel reached the spot were the robbers had posted a philanthropy dictate. pason sad been llKl Upon i.and the exercise army of the l I was unexpectedly called upon &<%. & lid "

, and came up with her at sunset after a short themselves that three Texan Rangers, who The London Times ofthe 15t ult. announces incident to n cannot be made a subject rKh of :delivered an address highly creditable to hi*

L chase, she paving thrown every thing over been out on a scout, struck into the road a the complete success of intervention, Jrgu bargaint" and alliance*-Whiggery is complaint. self and fitting the occasion.

; ; board. Shq was tho Joanita named afte,lbe short distance a head of him, pursuing their and the close of the cvUwar as imminent great at" bargains." The editor of the New York Now which is right, Gen. Taylor or the other After the conclusion of the address D. Bo

'4 captain ; she was from Rio, empty, bound to way down to Camargo. It was after dark, The Junta bad deared was ready to Courier and Enquirer, Cot. Webb bitterly admit pal for it is plain there is an issue between rey, Vice-president arose and made a move

the cout fitted for slaves a fast sailer, which and the robbers mistook the Rangers for the accept the amnesty the sole original conditions that "New York is cursed with a Governor who them. They assert one thing, ants he another. which was seconded, and unanimously

they think no sailing vessel would ever have merchant's party. They ordered them to halt propose by Colonel Wjlde.Italy. puhu place by a fie and cerrvpt bargat They say the Amerc army sought war-.Tay. to, that Col.] P. furnish them with a copy of

, captured. and deliver, and the Rangers did halt and de- .-The principal chief ofthe 33 prove u wno committed robbery and murder.. lor says thils not so, war was forced upon it. his address for publication. *

I. livered bullets instead of money, and left not a Inc ofthe community Capin. have been This man who ia a curse to the State John Young, Who i right? Col. Putnam arose,and said. -Felknr C&K
i _ _
'(f| A Curiosity Ezp .-The Baltimore A. robber to carry off his lead all were killed, cnToke at Rome,for oft Gen a ejected by the Whigs and anti-renters over zeus and Neighbors:<'My heart would to cold

.;T mcrican ofthe_5th instant.says .-Our readers and the merchant passed down in safety. te order. It.I the f.time for|key. SillS Wrrht.. who.. while.-! nnv.rnnti.. .r1 *raiI.exertion ......._ Bauf Bonaparte's Ettate.-The splendid man : ;, /!*.*l. Sti.#. j...tt.U V-j 2a. t.SL.1v. ._ _Li _Aattfls.1*. ,
---n. -- -- ---- *#- w -
sion and of the lat -7. *4>w ue.U& a-v wv
Bonaparte at
may,recollect that some eight months since aa enty yean, that the chif order have to put down the ati.re rebellion. But.i grounds Joseph ing terms in which this have caBed
, aniTa! siNew York, from Canton reported The Fortune of War.-out of nineteen ben called togeth ,. the whig office-seekers made a M vile and I Br.nt N. J..have been purchased by Thomas me for brief TOO addreat day yergeailta
i that an enterprising American ship master bad brothers named McClellan, residing in Ken Pope has appointed committee t ia. bargain" wit the rebels,and Infliction corrupt of this Rca.ot Philadelphia for the sum of $30,500.. I must think my that the of -Heads |

ri purchased a Chines Junk and sailed for New tucky, fifteon joined the Kentucky,regiment, quire into the position of the-Jews.: 'I curse" the th The tbetr4geo. Te buildings alone it is said,cost over $ has attached partiality my Aa it
York A letter from Rome dated 5th i coneuenc.N way o Of the sale of the paintings,&e.,which adorned the more merit to my address,
since which time nothing had been and were in the battle of Palo Alto, 8th May, June a hard. Yet this alliance and deserves the all taken together
i .be as circumstances
; Beard of published in the London Times of the place, a correspondent the Newark Advertisersays
her. It now appears that she has 1846. Three of them held the offices ont, charged the whIp the o
upon during ,precluded of fctposeeaiagmore
et: her : WI -"The painting,sculpture,furniture,&c.soldat taepossibUity
f nearly completed voyage. Capt. Lloyd second, and third lieutenants. At the first says canvass, the people warned of the than interest. I
Slemmer of the schr. arrived M,A grand funeral service, for the of an contuenU much lower rates than I had anticipated Come temporary hope.'tMtt-
Mary Augusta round the captain,othe,company:was shot, repose .,certain follow his election,it was denied. The ; fore, gentlemen, that will 'appreda4 VJ
1t at this port o* Saturday from the hUe Grande, and the command devolved on the first lieuten- the soul o the gea O'Caael was ce people should t not forget these facts-let them lookout articles being sold for half their value. The paintings motives in declining to you submit it to publica. .

reports that he spoke on the 19th June, off ant. On the fOurth fire, by the,bunting of ted t.lln .te of in 1831 brought from $10 to $1050.. Two lo and a tion. I thank I.thaak
c Cape Henerr, 200 miles distant & Chinese one shell,three of the brothers were killed and that lie Jruh College;* It is I _ __ fawn by Rubens sold for the largest sum. Nativity fellow you from-my heart of
that church his heart has been> .Vqmsth.ei.-We were shown a day or two of Saviour' you, citizens this expression jtaf.
unk. with the ,
Emperor's flag flying, three three wounded ; among the latter was the o by Rphal Mong brought$1000; "
; hundred days from Canton bound to N. York. Irst lieutenant t who lost a leg and received I Te Bishop of Hyderabad celebrated,mass, doe a Beet measuring ttt.h and a half inch the portrait of a dO brught 8210.- friendship.Dinner then announced and. tie order .

j4a If we recollect aright the object bringing so seven wounds one from ft sabre and the otb a the absolution w given by Cardinal es in circumference,and weighing just fix p. i The picture of Napoleon crossing the Alps, by given that was the ladies with the,invited gli1ts

1 strange* Teavel l to this county was to exhibit era from.balls.Cincinnati Time. ToVIc President of the Irish was of the ragar-beet species, an w ri David, the proprietors refused to put up unless the and revolutionary soldiers should. first ,take .

,- berVnd n 'd ubt the enterprising. owner will College a ,funeral oration, whichdrew BXKJ. BinD Esq.,our worthy,State ,from sum of$6000 was bid to it. As D person present seats. After the ladies had, retired'and the

t4R reap a :rich reward for hit perilous undertaking Baptitt StatuticTheir Almanac, just tears from .the auditory.: But this I* a seed planted about the first o March last. Who can was willing to bid tht run, it was passed,and will table others President aided
occupied the
? ,. published estimates the Regular. Baptist pare family homage, 'rendered-by the Irish beat this beet? ____ b. sent to Europe. by the by Tegular,
Churches in the United State at 6883 ; Or. to; the mmDr of )!brr. Da the loth CO- TbsHon.Mr.Lester has been Presidentof I is stated that Mr. Richard to convert toasts which P".out'the tf
A man took off his coat Jo show a terrible dalned Ministers k which elete prop were responded toby path
6$71/Licensed Preachers W
ceremoaf/U ) New York building into
State manufactory
.. ? Senate,In Governor th a CO GIl. crowded all 1aopJto
tb the with loud
4f3 woundhe,.,bad received some years put..t ...- L065 ; Communicants,' :.655,586 ; Colleges, Rome will pay ajwt-tribute tiCgtikha and I Iadmion Gardner, having plc oUeat M Grtat C.d ad. and tamed to cl. and along table .

. ; "OJ"iidbpon not being l able to find It"I '14 ; Theological Schools 8,; Religious News to. the ebaiap&i ofreitkaa1Iber. the people rtpe. Appeal b by May atop to keep the wind ': repeated cheers. .

tl remember now,.'itrai my brother Bill's arm." papers 20'; and other Periodical. 14* ty. "Psofessor uftalready pronounced O. Judguuader the. MWConstitution. And Cotart dost be gathered PI I ITo REGULAR TOASTS >
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;fne J,4 ud N&ty: the oas &hra'l arrived here yesterday from Tkstpico, both /" b1i professional vertices to'tav wi ..1.10, 1"1. -'lamidVst1e&.C.'bstt.. "
the 27th _.'.' VlOffice at Hickory Hill,the reside**of George 4j, .
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By.thesa Boost interesting news al117,184'7. S3 SURGEOON DENTIST.TT7TLL o tbe by af-
4 relates to the American prisoner in Mexico. app D .Ci _
-r"'. no Pa1adiam liberty. reran thT.dhbus.e.bout the 20th iaat ..th Ransom J.Roberts,
Stttos All the accounts verbal and written Notice.fM1ssnderigned Elijah Roberta sad Darid defendants, reside
t no Constitution o( the United : agree VV for a fewweekHis Room is at Demillr'' 'a1.
we recfcired it from our noiJcSorYV that intelligence had been received at Tam. Executrix of the estate of Ladies waited open*t their residence* out o he State o.ti. thai Frances, '
] that Gaines and Borland JL. Edward Stngleterrydeceased of Hamilton July 10. 1841. 91 Williams,- ( William-, :
Meumd be to, who for parti.S pico Majors Capt. County notifies all holding claims against deceased,resides it the Carters Circuit of Florida: .

purpose., would l lay Ui band upon it. I Clay and the other American prisoners' in aid estate to present them persons,duly authenticated,within Notice.rpHE A It Orrfemf'That'R. Robert, Elijah pursuance of fbfAcf'of CftocreMeBtitled "AJf "

;kite Heroes of the ttrolation] : they need Mexico had been releued and ordered Tarn- the tine prescribed by tbe law; and all .persons firm of .'lL'R.Seward&Co.**and" Roberta and David Eman within four IN Acttoeaab1isbstnatSMarksinflda"ipproved .
in letter pico under a large escort. This escort is said indebted to sad: to make payment Kirtsey and said Frances WnamiAdt'x..a afore-
WTI their epiuphs are written estate required JL by mutual con moth. O the 2d day March; 1833. I, JAMES
Sad "i publication
Jkfeodon the baSe fiel Executrix.
Reader and officers of the reports which have reached us are to the effect July 17,1847. 52 2m connected with (be a. a should not o. and ariswer tbe original bill do hereby declare and make knows, that ft pttbW
Orator .
6. The that when the prisoners had reached with Notice. Jam wIll continue the business at theo filed in th.b cu.r1Jye.obi_ a decree reviving lh sale in the will b bJ a the Land 0 a Taltabafltgj
,' stand hf Kjrksey&Sawan where he win taken for Fod fa th 1 the ta
\bill b
?: The Union of the States : the pillar of in 150 miles of Tampico, they were met by FpHE undersigned, Widow of Edward Singleterry, to receive a etinD o. of the farofs of b SUM jfnd U further Ordered, That a c dement ioned town Of St.M o,torn*

strength : domestic fictions hare been un1 Urrea,who detained them as prisoners. The JL deceasedlate Hamilton County,hereby gives old friends,and the of Mr. H. R S b re .published in some newspaper 'f o ttencing o Monuaji the 4th day o October next

1 a Oyerthrow it : the combined fiudions ofamunableto8b&keit. story is further that Urrea had ordered out all notice that, six weeks after date, she will make application JAMES EIRS the o Circuit of Florida once a week fo four to wit:
Afc to to the Hon. Judge of Probate for said county tots nunibered two* three, foot,six,seten,t4gfii,
the of the that could be raised Signed)
men country HAS J.SAR. (
I forope for her Dower in said estate to be allotted to her. Tallahassee, June 26, moth THOMAS BALTZELL, ten, eleven, twelve, fe fifteen,sixteen,eifb
8. La&jette: The friend of freedom, thempatriot for the purpose of making an attack upon Tam. Of which all concerned ate requested to take notice. 184. July 3. 1847. 50 4m Jug. teen, nineteen, Iw.ty-wo. t1renty.tbreutwenty.foaitwrety.slxtwsnty..eteatenty.tlghtj
Washington : this brilliant star pico. It appears to be certain that such was ANN ELIZA DENSMORE.July Choice Wines I I I
KU set to rise no more, but his memory will deemed the imminency olin attack that three 17, 1847. 52 4w Brig Wala from Ne Lq.By re /10RN AND PEAS for sale. Apply to thirtythirty.onethirty.twothirty.ourthirty.6v.,
of the 11th which article, which O July 3, 1817. J. FORTUNE.. tir.i thJry- ipht,tl ty-fo1.1 -o*
die in the hearts of true lovers of liber- campanies Infantry,. were Notice. we will sell 5. fiftyj
KTtr awaiting Tampico transportation to Vera low. to planters and orher: Leon fifty-one, fOl.for.lol-z., Jooigt ,fif
Edward 2 Quarter Casks County ffy.two ,
concerned in the estate Brandy,
1: Jackson : View him In the scenes of Cruz, were ordered up into the city. Everyman ALL persons,deceased, late of Hamilton county, 6 Eighth do Ca do. TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. t7eigbtsizty.twosizty.tbreesi.xt.fotlr.iatJ.sixsixtyseven, *

b.Revolution ; in his defence Orleans, and there was under arms expecting the townto are hereby notified that,six weeks after date, the undersigned. 1 Cask Old Port Wine, ta.payer of Leon County are hereby noti- seventy-six sixty-eight seventy-eighty, .ety.seventy-nine seveftty-fivej, eighty

b the Executive chair of the Union. When be attacked. Executrix of said estate will make appli., 2 a Madeir Wise, THE that I a nW prepared to receive Taxes. eighty-, eighty-seven,eighty-eight,ninety, nine
the world be asked for her Jewels the We have heard so frequently of the appre. cation to the Hon. Judge of Probates for said county 1 Pip Schiedam Gin, due the State and County of Ln for the year 1847. I ty-one, ninety-two ninety-eO.. -& ninety-
may leave sell the Real Estate of said 10 Claret Wine,
for to Singleterry. They will find me at the House the nine one hundred one hundred and hun
Cort during I two, me
I mankind will point to him as hensions of an immediate attack upon Tampi. ,
pinions ANN ELIZA DENSMORE, Peach Brandy, Apple I
( : Brandy present session,where I shall be happy tn meet them.A. dred and three,one hundred and four,one hundred1
ngly as the needle to the pole. uner.l. co, that very little attention is paid to them.- July 11, 1&-17. 52 4t Executrix. Irish WhMkey. Malaga Wine. A. nSHE and aiJOM bundmfand tet'eftC hudred and eight/

10. Equal rights and equal prifi1e This alarm appears to be more founded than BIRCHE'LNE"BEE Serf! and ex Ta one hundred and tenonehundred ndell1eaoae

tiat wise men fought for : none but fools or I usual. We see no reason to doubt the reportof Notice. July 3, 187. : July 3, 18.1. SO oc dred and twelve,one hundred and fourteen, one hundred -

cowards, will ever consent to surrender. i the release of our prisoners ; of their en. THE co-partnership heretofore existing under the List of and fifteen,one hundred and sixteen, one boa'
S and style of E. G. and J. Ponder has been Letter dred and eighteen, one hundred and nineteen ana
11. The Governor of the State of Florida. countering Urrea and his treatment of them. dissolved by mutual consent ever since the first day T) EMAINING in the Post Office at Tallahassee, 4 Greres.JUS hundred and twenty, one hundred and twenty-two/ .

12. The President of the United States. We have nothing but the reports current in of May 1841. All persons indebted to said firm IV Florida, July let, 1S47.Adkirwcn reeive Havana L S one hundred and twenty.three, one hundred and

13. Woman : Try her in prosperity or in Tampico, and credited by Capta. Farxvell and will pay former Robert Leslie, John C :Rio do. twenty-four one hundred and twenty-six,together

tjrersity, her sympathy' rer responds like the McDowell, of the schooners which have arriv- partner.JAMES PO mER. Alston, Robert W Lemmon, William I 2 do Java do. with all the portions the following named lots,not .
Austin, Charles Linch, Mr covered by the donation of ten made to the
of the ed. July 17, 1847. 52 3_ _ I 60 Boxes Brown acres
melody harp. Batts, Livings,Capt Sap Tallahassee Railroad Company,viz: Lots numbered1
Joseph Candles,Sperm Oil,
VOLUNTEER TOASTS. Tho Monterey correspondent of tho Pica Plantation for Sale. Belden, F LiCreth, John I Sp Canvassed Hams, MaccarouiOlive Oil iM,for forty-seven fifty-nine sixty seventy-one seventytwo -

By a Young Lady from Tennessee. When yune, under date of June 20th, writes That sale the Plantation known Bentley, Samuel London, James F. 'sale Plckle on accommrd-itine terms by [ seventy-three, eighty-two, eighty-five aid j'

of nation is searched for Gen. Taylor has been apprised from Headquarters .FOR Bianca, in Jefferson .[ Brrhil Charlc. Lynch, Edlow G LINDENEERGER. ninety-four.
Ae history an BICl&
any aborementioned1 La
The of
that three of the ten regiments anti containing 3,0-JO Joseph Mann S SMarkham July 3, offering tbe lots will .
example of virtue, of patriotism, or statesman. of land, of which there are about 900 cleared, and Bradhone,Robert A 2 Wm : commenced on the day appointed,and proceed in the
ship, where will be found a brighter example one battalion of the 3d reg'nU dragoons are upwards of 700 now in cultivation in cotton and corn. Buckner, Presley R Maddox, Hampton same order, in which they are advertised, with all !

.than in James K. Polk. assigned to his column, and that three of the This Plantation is situated in the most desirable Burr ts. Arnold,Mcr& McEeberan, Capt JohnCalliganA Notce.ALL estate of Miles Pot- convenient dispatch,until the whole shall have been
volunteer regiments recently called for are also within miles and half C persons offered and the sale thus closed. Bat the sale shall I
Calhoun part of the State being two a Stcln! I
Young Lady The deceased late of will
a Washington County
By county. .
Jno not be kept longer than two weeks, and no pri
Carnochan, Mrs Mcintosh, L open
the site where there is Post
to be assigned him. They will probably of Monticello county a Henry
American Eagle, which is never so happy or Office various Churches, Schools &e., and within Clark, Elijah B McKay, George make payment; and those having demands against. rate entry to any lot will be admitted,until after the !
be in the field the latter of said them within the time
by August estate must
to proud as when leaching the young Eagles part twenty-five miles of Tallahassee, the capitol of the Cl>'de, Dr John C McKinne},JamesMcKimmev present prescribed expiration of tbe two weeks !
low to fly. and ready to march by September. Accountsof State. It is well watered throughout, abounding in Cowart, Mr Harriit John by law, or they will b bae. Given under my hand, at tbe City of Washington, "

By a Lady. The American Eagle : the crops in the interior are very flattering; springs of the finest water, and is remarkable, even Cox, James C 2 McPhaul, Dnca Washington SHALE, ,1S37. Eeutor. this twenty-first day of May Anno Do mini< ontf .
may the wheat said be Craft, elder) S C McVoy thousand eight hundred and forty-seven. ; :.
crop is to unusually fine, and in this healthy neighborhood, for its uninterrupted (
ft spread its broad cast wings over the whole corn alfp gives token of an abundant harvest. health. On it there is a very good Dwelling House, Curry, Jacob L Miles Eben F New Orleans Type Foundry, By the President: JAMES K. POLK'.

American continent.By with piazza all around containing eight fine rooms, Daruey,Joel Mixon, John AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING .'r !
a Lady. May the same spirit which From Vera Cruz.-By last evening's nail besides servants apartments, Kitchen, Store Room, Davis, C A Moody, Jackson WARHOUS RICHARD YOUNfJ J
we received the American Eagle of 26th and Dishon Dr Luis Munson. J\"o. 17, Canal street R. Commissioner of the General Land Office. II
animated the whigs of 1776, animate the whigparty Smoke House, Bath House Spring House for Milk, Ala .
in 1847. 30th ult., the latter, four days later than the &.e.,all in good order and repair. The Negro Quar. Dowling, Joseph Ney, B B E IIDowningAugustia THE undersigned beg leave to announce to Pub- *
Overseer's House,Gin House,Plantation Stables, Norton,John 3 and that they have establisheda NOTICE.
the President. the and Picayune of Wednesday acknowledges by the Piolel'l In pursuance to the of the Act of Congress .
By May pride pub.lie and Drake Jinkius J O'Cain, and TYPE FOUNDRY in this provisions
Fences, &c. are also in good order capable cf accommodating Daie complete extenive
spirit of the terrified Democracy of the schr. Alleghany, which vessel sailed from Vera one hundred negroes. There is aUo a Eady, William Odum, Je9e city. The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut to ,approved 2d March, 1833,entitled "An Act!

United States of America be a.kened-tbe Cruz on the 27th ulL, bringing dates of the I small but unfailing water power on which there is a Earby,Rebeccah O'Neill, Barnord order by workmen of long experience, and, as no to establish a town at St.Marks Florida the Reg 1 .
2Cth ult. to the Picayune.The Grist Mill now in operation.To Edwards, Edward Fed worth. Elisha expense was spared to obtain the handsomest faces ister and Receiver of the Land Office at Tallahassee .
be their force
ranks completely organized, con. wUl be required prior to the day of sale,to ascertain
Eagle of the 26th ult. states that Gen. a good purchaser, this property will be sold Edwards, Wm LEteritt.Wm Perkins, Douglas E 2 and to perfect it in every respect,we will venture tosay .. t ;.
centrated and Webster and Adams the the value of improvements which may bvibeen
( acknowledged low, as the owner is about to remove. Possession Perkins, Charles it _i be found as handsome, if not the hand- any r
leaden of the whig party, both Cadwallader had arrived at Jalapa, and was given on the 1st January next, at which time will !, James II Raw!*,Sabor somest the United States. We have also a made" on tbe lots designated in this proclamation -
Fare '
j! of whom are imbued with all the federalismand to leave with all the forces then at ialapa also be disposed of, if desired by the person buying, LawrenceFasking Bawls, Mr.Patience 2 handsome assortment of Flowers and Job ,respectively,* and the purchaser at public sale .I

constitutional heresies which have afflicted (about 2000 men) on the 17th ult.] a lot of corn and part of the stock now on the place. GoUCril Roach, Spencer J WFelki the latest style, to which we would call the attention of any lot upon which there are such improvements- ;
other than the owner ,shall, in addition ta i
Those wishing to would do well Ruby, II MRiws of Printers before purchasing All thereof I .
to el.wbee
Major Harrington, formerly of Cincinnati, purchase examine Jaes
tie country since the days Alexander Ham. shall Le of I the sum to be paid to tbe United States,be,and here 04I
the land while the present i is growing.For Miss Manda ,James articles manufactured by us a
died on the 24th ult., at Vera Cruz, of vomito. crop Fetcher materia is to the of the "
required owner improve-
Dton and the elder Adams) will certainly sink terms apply to T. BEATTY, who resides on Floyd. n J Russ, William equal, if not superior, to.any I I by pay
to rise no more. He was young and had been but a little timein the Plantation, and will be happy to show it. Forbes, William 3 Sengunette, Mrs L 1 S North; and as we shall sell Type at New York prices merit,the value of them as thus ascertained; and if .
therefor shall not be made the day oil
Br D. Bouv. Vice.nresident. On this dav. the citv. Also Foster, Dr Wm 2 Scot Rev James D S we trust to meet with encouragement. which payment the lot upon shall be .f
sibbath Calhoun The British steamer Avon arrived at Vera Gaillard, Mrs Ann A 2 ,John We are now prepared t manufacture BRAS I same was purchasedthe again 1
national has bar.moniously offered the next of sale, and
ocr county For sale low several fine tracts of Land in various Giddinzji, Solomon 3 Shnler,Ellison A and TYPE of magnitude,with promptness. We at public sale on day ""
united with us in our celebration : Cruz from Tampico, on the 26th ult. Counties, viz: 1600 acres in Tiger Hammock, Wa. Glass, Thomas Shin Miss Margaict A would also particularly any call the attention of Printers such person stall cot be capable of becoming the ] -

may the north so unite with the south, that The following is the only] other item of in. kullacounty; 5S40 acres on the Apalachicola River Gorman,J B Shin James K to our LEADS, Laving an entire new set oCmol purchaser of that or of any other lot offered at that r '

when an appeal to arms is to vindicate telligence we notice In the Eagle of 30th ult. in Gadsden county ; 9CO acres near St. Andrew's Bay, Gourdin, Dr S Smith, Augustus G by which we are enabled to furnish a per public sale: Provided,That if any lot so offered and r
necessary Melancholy.-One of those singular occur. Washington county; 2SSO acres in the Arrcdondo Graham David. M Smith Cbailesll Wee also Agents for the sale of the bid off on tbe last day of the public salt shall not of ,
our nation's glory, and guard her rights, Alachua East Florida be thus for, the same be entered at private 4'
Grant county ; 2000 acres on Grant, Easter Smith and Smith which paid may t
which cannot be accounted for took Mi Caraway Napier, Washington
we can say the North and South against the rences the St.Johns, South of Lake George; 1COO acres on Hail,Joseph Smith, James together with Chases,Cases, PREE sale, upon paying to the United States the sum at .
world place yesterday in the marque of Capt. Du. the St. John's River, in Duval county. Apply as Hare, A M Smith, John or and every other article required 8 iek.Fu.hitur the which it was bid off, and to the owner of the Im-- :,

By L. H. Grizzard Vice-president. May peruLieut.. Merryfield belonging to Capt. I above. or to Col.S. S. Sibley,Editor of the Flondian. Harrison, Mrs. Elizabeth aham Brown Printing Ink ,will b kept on hand,and furoiah- provements, the previously ascertained value thereof "

the which actuated forefathers I Ford's company of the 3d Dragoons, arrived I The Montgomery Flag & Advertiser'Columbus Hart, James L SmIth, Miss Mary Jane ed at manufacturer's prices. i'
same spirit our
the other day the steamer New Orleans Times,Savannah Republican,Charleston Courier, Hart, John S Switzer, Editors and Printers wishing to establish a News By the Act of Copgress aforeeaidj the minifflutrfprtf t
Jn framing the declaration of American independence on Columbia South Carolinian and Richmond Enquirer, Hayes,John R Stokley, Del or Job Printing Office will be furnished withan e of each town lot is fixed at twenty-five dollars/
ever actuate us and all the sons and and as his company had gone up into the in. will copy once month till 1st January, and send Herring, William Stanford Isiah paper estimate in detail for the same,by the size and of each out lot at twenty.five dollars4 per save S t 1
terior, he requested permission of Cpt. Duperuto bills to thU Office, and send one of each statn RICHARD M YOUNG,
daughters of this fair fabric under which we copy paper ,Natbanie Steele Mrs Sa oi the paper,or the particular style quantity of
all wish to hover. join his company in the capacity of 2d Lieu. containing it to T. BEATTY, Herringon, Sweat, work to be executed. ) Commissioner tf the General!Land Office. C

tenant until he could reach his own. This Monticello, Florida. buck, John D F Taylor, W L ( The proprietors of newspapers who June 5, 1&S7. 46 13t .
jr. Porter Reader. Jas. K. Polk wi pub
: Party July 17, 1847. 41 tf (
was granted, and Capt. D. left him on Mon. Houck, Jacob or Gabriel Thornton Benj G advertisement six months,and paper J j'
hirelings may attempt his defamation-may Hudson, Hamilton 2 Turner, Nathanel. to our office weekly, will be paid for the advertisement S.F.BURNEYDas
daily, reeking from a prostituted press- day evening, apparently happy, requesting U. S. MAIL_ LINE Hull U S A, Liut Isaac Venter,Fria by parchn six times the amount o adv r. Just Deceived per Scar. Tallahassee Iron J
who know his virtues and him to use his marque and make himself at Hers. Vickers, Bryant aad
political opponents i B 1 ti.in bi Ty Sew Orleans (really and not poetically,) .r
2 Vinzant,WilliamWashington GREEN &. CO.
hU worth fail to them butte home. Yesterday morning about 7 o'clock Jane .* t'
may acknowledge ; whilst sitting' n a bed he'deliberately blew Jerkins Miss Mary Col Henry June 26, lt 47. 4! 6m 1 Canal St.Row.H now opening,
country-the people, will do him justicewill Jones, James Wellborn,Mrs C 2 nLAID Ginghams, 'Swiss Muslin, 4It f
enshrine him in their hearts by the side out his brains with a pistol. He was about Jones, Col C H Wellborn, Lt John C 4 J. R. FORTUNE JL French do.Batieste Irish Linen ) .

Jefferson and Jackson.By 23 years of age. Johnson, Rev G C White, S B 'AVlNG made permanent arrangement in New do. Mosquito Netting. .

Col. J. M. From TallfthftSBfii tnThrough MRnnti.. Johnson.James Wbiti .US.\, LtWHCJohnsonMiss by which be on Blk & white do.-- RlL .onv 5'li./?t., t' IMotJrnjDI
Putnam. The U. S. Sena.teyote -- ------- -- ----- Ores wi t VIVYtra
on the Texas Tell it not to the I Condensed ReportOF ; in forty.two hourt l from Tallahassee to F A Wiggins, Sarah hand supply of ( Flour, Bacon all Muslins, l! tab; and brwwii ; J
question : R D Jessee Pfiated Muslins, ;
Kellogg ,which he will in all of domestics.Embruideied .
guarantee cases
Macon, and Charleston descriptions
to in three Wigns
shades of the Patriots of-the revolution that THE Kite, Jas S John F .Muslins
in time to take the Mail Boats on first quality,and to b sold a low for cash a any in 1
when the interest and safety of their country LAHASSEE-SECOND QUARTER. Jforth the fourth day. Lathen, Thomas Wiiams. William T town. Towing orders filled in New Orleans ALSO:'

was at stake, their descendants in the national Corp rat Dn of Tallahassee in account with ',. Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, Latham t Barry Wo he will a has an agent who makes it hisbusiness 5 hhds. Bacon Hams, 3 bbls.No.2 MackereL oJ .t

Senate, quailed beneath threats of hostility Barnard, Treancrcr. THE and Fridays, at 4 o'clock, A. M., Persons calling (o any above letters, will to purchase at the lowest market rates. 5 Sides. 1S46 .,
from 1S17. DR. :and arrive in Macon,(via Quincy,Bainbiidge, New. plea say they are. advertised. I June 12. 1847. 47 5 Sh'lders 20 bbls.snp'r. fine Flour,
England. Good Scrip. MILES NASH, P. M. I 10 kegs leaf Lard Crashed Loaf and Brown ,
money. ton, Albany, Americus, and Perry,) on Tuesday, .
;; By J. Swan, Marshal of the day. GeneralZ. I April 1. To am't paid for Station Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock P. M., in I Jefferson County bbls. Sugar.
auJ Gen. 4 00 (O-: By late regulations of the Post-office law, all TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. June 12, 1547. 41 .
Taylor Scott two military chieftains ery time for the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on ;
t must be _ _ _ _
1 : Whigs in whom there is no guile-may 1. To am't paid for benches to Mondays,Wednesdays, and Fridays' at 4 o'clock A TRANSIENT each otherwise newspapers thay cannot paJ.pA1 tre. T)Y virtue of authority vested in me by law*I .hal State Tax
cents Collector's Sale.
: the be President and Market. 42 00 M.,and arriving Tallahassee on Tuesdays.Thursdays b JJ for sale,before the Court House j{
the other
one Vicepresident. 1. To am't paid J. G. Padrick's Tallahassee,July 1, 1S47 51 exp dr. virtue of the rested in hw 1hall
and Saturdays at 10 o'clock, P. M. This line Mon Jefferson Ccunty, on the BY power me by ,
order, 1C 71 connects with the Central Rail Road Savannah, Au. First Monday in October next, expose for sale, on the fourth Monday in .. 1
By B. Ransey. The Constitution of the U. June 30. To am't paid expense of gusta, Milledgeville and Western Rail Road to Co Del House for Sale. the much thereof August next, before the door of the Court House,at 41
following will
Stales : a perfect instrument : The democracy horse and cart,and board and limbos, Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line A Dwelling House for'sale atMonticello. the State and property County o Taxes so due thereon as for the Roch's Bluff, in the county of Washington,State of "
of the would alter it-the hire of boys, 15563CO: from Quincy to Chattahoochie, and thence to Apa ,Jefferson County, adjoining Judge pay "1846, vix Florida the following described lands or so much
would. country not whigs 30. To am't pd for assessing tax lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to Chace's prpey. It will b sold on time to suit year E i. SEIScc.29T.1,1L3N&F.: SO thereof as will pay the State and County taxes duel 4

es and making lists, 00 Columbus in three days, and but one night will be purchasers. to ," are on the same for the year 1846 .
Capt. S. Sauser. The whigs are earning 30. To am't pd for lumber and spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. J"ly3,15p. 5 J. R FORTUNE- NE4.NE4," 32T.1R.3N&.E,40NW4JJW4 33T.1R.3N&E4o 640 acres,lying in Holmes'Valley f.urportinc to

for themselves the renown of a Southern party work on bridges 23 C2 The public may rest assured that every attention will N'V-, l," '28,T. 1.R.3.N&.E, .40 "a belong to the estate of A. B. Blackweli.Also t'
with Northern principles.B,0. 30. To am't paid Marshal's first be paid to the comfort of those who may patronize .Furniture for Sale. SE4.SW4.28T.1R,3N&E, 40 :. ,400 acres,lying in Holmes' Valley purport'ing
I quarters salary, 62 50 this Line. to belong to G.Sweet.
Oliver, a revolutionary soldier. May 30. To am't do. HANDSOME MAHOGANY WORK TABLE, NW ,NE." 33T.lR.3.NtE,40 Abo 960
pd com.on tax FARE: 1 acres,purporting to belong to the estateof f
the whig for the sake es paid in, 4 G2 3-1 46 with two drawers, All in Township 3,1&,E.,lying in Jefferson M.White .
party country's forget From Tallahassee to Quincy,$2 50; to Bainbridge, 1 do. do. Book Case, IRg Joseph and lying on Andrew's Bay. :
their allegiance to Adams and Webster and 30. To amt pd Clerk and Trca.aurer'.IIr $5; to Albaay,$t1,and to Macon, $22. 1 do. do. Bureau with Glass top. Cunty. SMITH I Also 161 acres,lying on the head of St.Andrew** J

others,(who not only opposed the war of 1812, 30. do.six com.months on, Ii. 100 00 WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors. 1 Curl Maple Lounge with hair mattrass, Shfll a tt SMKINS Cl. Jef Co. Bay Collins.near ileCormick's, purporting to beiorigto'I I,

but the By JOHN M. YARN Agent. wide Curl Bedstead and hair mat- June 25, 1847. tJ .
oppose present one,) until the rights of 1 very Maple
47 92 03-: Office at the Planter's Hotel, Tallahassee C. I JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff
our country are vindicated-its.arms crowned June 30. Balance on hand, 188 33 HIlS 07 BAILEY,Agent; at Maj. NATHANS,in Quincy. trass I hair, made mattrass to order, New Style of Shower Bath and ex cffiei Tax CooL Washington Co. j 11
with and established.By -- February 20. 1847. 31 OmfllacksmlMilngHorseshoelng&c .1'
success peace Julyl7,1847. 52 !
had the Tin
2 Moss at
$4)5 11 matrl b Manuatory. ire
T. Reeves from Palatka Ga. Union, $i2 95 Bacon and Floor for Sale. 2 Wash Sand CAN and such every person ought to I I
liberty and the constitution. 1847. CR. 2 Ward-r hare to insure health daring hot weather.
"I ABELS first rate St. Louis Flour, that has not been used June 1847. 47 ,
By H. Harrison. The whig party : they Good money. Scrip. \J 5 Casks Bacon sides, shoulders and Hams. 9ydt Carpeting 12. TilE undersigned has made arrangements to carft
may be right,or they may be wrong ; but the April 1. By bal. on hand $335 61 $103 45 Apply to J. R. FORTUNE. very little,all of one pattern. Apply to Notice.ALL the BLACKSMITH'S BUSINESS in all iti
1847. J. R. l
whigs forever. 23. By am't rec'd for performance July, 10, 1847. 21 July 3, 5 FORT claims the branches. He has paid particular attention to Horse
___ persons baring against estate of "
of show, 15 00 shoeing,and feels confident that he
can aatis-
By S. Swan. The ladies of Quincy and June 9. By am't rec'd (or excess of Superior Claret for Sale. Notice. Potter,late of Washington County, de faction to any who may favor him with theit give work !Ir 'I

Tallahassee : distinguished alike for beauty I sale of lot 105, 41 00 BOXES of Claret ( Sale. months after date,I shall present my accounts ceJ will present them to the subscriber within in this respect. Hi shop is in the rear of the City r. 't
and intelligence. 39. By am't rec'd for licenses, 119S 00 5 or SIX vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate in prescribed bylW ol.the1 will b barred ; Hotel, and adjoins the Livery Stable of Messrs. Mil t J \1

By J. & War with Mexico : not on. 30. By am't rec'd(or taxes, 115 50 S4G 00 Apply J.to R. FORTUNE. and for the County, of Jefferson, and apply for a discharge and the those subscriber.indebted Ad paymentto ler & Brokaw. ,His prices will be very liberal,and :
Administrator de fonts of the estate he solicits share public
as respectfully a of patronage .
ly inevitable butesaential to the maintenance $495 11 2162 95 July 10, 1841. 51 of Everett White,late of said County n, deceased. NATHAE MILE Eetor. HENRY B. rTTTS: j'

oCcur rights and dignity as a nation. Whigs NEW BOOKS, &c. T.- -REATTY.-- June 12, 181.-__ June 10, 1S-t1. 49 St i : !
let us alone we'll fix it. July 1. By balance on hand. 818S 33 1918 f 7 Monticello, July 3, 18-17. Om Notice :
E. E. THOMAS BARNARD, Treanaer.c JUST received per Brig Wakulla, An Overland : Two Horse Barouch for Sale. j
By.W. Atkins. Whigs: The pride ; the round the World in 1841 and 184S,by Sir Strayed HEREBY given that George Ruts, one of the
stern independence, the exploits and the reput&t George Simpson, IS heirs of the estate of James F. Russ, late of the milE subscriber has a light roomy BAROUCH (it f
oa of that race of men from whom ((0-Seas Temperance.The undersigned having Washington and hi,Generals, by J. T. Headley, FROM the Plantation of T. R Willborn twelve County of Jackson, in the Sate of Florida, de'd X being quite broad)that he will sell low.

spring, forbid submission the you been empowered to act as Special Deputy to and A voyageup the river Amazon,by W.H. Edwards, from Ta.llahaS.n the Thomuville b this day,by his attorney.fled his petition June IU, 1&1.7. 43 J. R. FORTUNE. .
your to arrogant for the State of Florida, as agent for the National A Summer in the Wilderness, by Chas. Lanman, road, about tbe Junf MLE both Judge of the Probate Cur of the said County, : tt .
assumptions of the Mexicans. Division of the Sons of Temperance, in the Prevention better than Cure, by Mrs.Ellis, dark bay mares one a little taller .- for a distribution of said ; and that. three Notice .
By Harrison. Liberty and Equality. organi. Vicar of Wakefield,illustrated edition, Said mules have b hear of n a Quincy, and are moth from the date of this notice, he will ask Cora persons having demands against the estate of
By N. Ayres. Suffrage : free, equal and zation of Subordinate Divisions of the Sons of Temperance Wainwright's Family Prayers supposed to be way t Bainbridge,and pro oer for a distribution. Tuckerlate of Leon County,deceasedf -

universal to ill and their proper constitutional directionand Headley's Napoleon and his Marshalls, bably Newton i.Gera B. F. DE1NAR will take notice that they must present tbeundergned to the

J. government proposes to the citizens of Tallahassee Georgia Scenes; Hill,Side and Border Sketches, Any inormahO thea wbebt wil b Ato Petitione. doly authenticated within UM time
By McMillan from Quincy. The people and the surrounding country to organize the by W. H. Maxwell; Mrs. Heman Poems, thankfully received, and reDable expenses Jane 12. 1847.- 3 prescribed bt law,or this notice will be plead in bat
of Gadsden .
county.: may happiness and Flora'Interpreter, Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary, for their detention. Addre of their recover/ 1
suoceci attend then throughout life. Order in this city on Saturday evening, the 7th August Mirror Library, complete in one volume T. R, WILLBORN. Family Groceries. JOHN WILSON,Admr.

By Judge Hut-..enL Our Country. derided next. GEO. 0. .Mc IULL1N. S. D.. Andrew.Sallust,Anthon's Caesar, June 2t3, 1847. 49 3t Tallahaseee,Fa. JUST received direct from New Ore by J. R. June 19,1S47. 43 ,
Michlet's History of France,Moore's Poems J FORTUNE, chr. White ?
Tallahasjee, July 17, 1847. per ,
oar fla.gs'instiltedour .
rights UNITED
disregarded Dewee'son Children Dewee' Midwifery, 6 Casks clear Bacon Sides, Notice
by the Mexicans and the world stands aghastat 09- WE are authorized to announce DANIEL Oxford Bibles, with clasps, -"" 2 IX months after date, th* undersigned Exectrfof
-: Solde
the bold smbitioa, and daring encroach McRAENY, Esq. as a candidate for re-election u Webster's Dictionaries.Brainard'Flute and Violin .- .: 2 Has.U S of the last will and testament of Benjamin q J J

raents : Let all parties unite and both together Instructors,Elliott's celebrated Chinese Razors Leaf Lard, I Cbaires.deceased,late of Leon County,trill present 4
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County,at the ., Je li
Combs Silver \
Silver Head Ornament. ;' "
confident them in will beat back ,Gold studt. 2 + his accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate
,against arms election in October next. tc., tc. For sale !
by 7 : 2 Brown of Leorr County, and make
'J Ubd. application for let'ten
the I S
tide of power and bid the waves be still. P. A. HAYWARD. 1 of dismission as Executor aforesaid. I !
By the The who (Xr-: WE are authorized to announce WILLIAMC. 10, 1947. 51 BL Die f .it
Company, Young Lady JulY nox CBATTAHOOCHIE TO TORT GJUKX8, GA. 8 Scb Ro Cf JOSEPH CHA1RES, : '. ti
(when the cannon was over charged this moreIliag. .CAMPBELL, Esq.aa candidate for Clerk of the Notice to Mariner and after the first day of July next, this line 55 Dbl 8 I foat, Leon County.April 3, 1841. 37 6121'

,and none would dare fire it)) boldly step. Circuit Court of Leon County, at the ensoing-Oeto- TREASURY ON be run regu1arlinTWO HORSESTAGES. 10 hI Claret..

Pd forward and fearlessly took the match and ber election. FIFTH AUDITOR'S Omcx DEPARTMENT., llth May,-1847. The undersigned, having the ct to carry th Jane O.. 47DR. Notice- f
this intends to facility 12
IlreG It: one Gadsden'*'*brightest jewels :- information this day received at this office, mail on rte I.every SIX months after dale tie tmdersi'gned', AdminJ
Hay her days flow gently on in one uniform Notice. FROM the superintendent of lights at Key West, t.e 'Da]wi t route, by C J. B. BON of Dame}IT Cone deceased, late of Columbia

course of undisturbed SIX months after date the Administrator of the itappears that.the light-house destroyed by the Indians lm Gq. of teams and obliging dri i OFFERS prr.t ame th citizens Count,, East Florida will present hia.i.DaJI
licity.l of William B. Eilpatrick,deceased, will in 1636,and recently rebuilt at Cape Florida was G 1. paint will be .takes to give ad tbenmDgcOrl. account and vitochera to the Judge ef Probate- fop .
present his accounts and voucher to the Honorable to have been relit for tW first time on the 30th of atisfactitOtHand; especially. during the season oftigh Office a Col.Fih.Hotl. Columbia Conntyandaak for a diacharrerWILLIAM
C7ayflaptizetL-We learn from acorruspondeut Judge( Probate of Jefferson County and ask to be Ap'rillut. It will be recollected that this was, and those who choose this.route North. May 18. u CONE Admr tt
of tLe Baptist Banner, that the discharged u Administrator of said estate. will be continued a stationery light. utc.The)stage to will leave may ChaUahoochie Blount's Ferry. .E.F.,May 29,1847. ,4i 6m
HOL ee'Te1 Notice.A
Henry Clay was baptized on tho 22d July 17, 187. 52 6m July 10, 1847. 21 and FridaYist 6, A. M, arrive at For
June,ba 03- The Apalachicola Advertiser will give the above M. Wedne- LL persousbiving the Notice
one of the lantiful ponds on his own days by 12. Fort G.iaorcyer7 d aD .t o
Notice. two insertions, and forward bill in duplicate Lan XJL Esther County, months afterdate shall
estaje, Dear and Saturday, .P. M.- rrif sChattaliOQ- J8 d SIX preaenf toy accounts
Lexinlton. He united with the form, with receipts signed,to advertiser for day ceased will they vouchers to the Hon. ;
I Epiaccp months after date, the acting Executor of the : payment. 8, P. mOt present A. McDonald Judge
church ut demanded immersion. SIX will and testament of Arthur Burney Sen., coa"ya. Columbus, Ge., rid FeetCaineaB1&ks1eyLbattabeocI4eQmicy to the nndeniffted.duly aathentkated, within tbn ofPtobatein and for the County OfM.diiea.and

It's larf deceased, will make application to the'Hon. Judge Chewing Tobacco. to Tallahassee .time prescribed by law,.or this notice will b plead apply icr a discharge aa Administrator of the estate
I but it'sfare"as the coachman SUPERIOR article in niUoad thUth most expeditious route. ? their recovery. John. W.Richardjon.late of said County daeeeeetj
a&d whtu of Probate of Leon County for letter of distaissionas half pound lumps, (or !b 0
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charged. passengers, double Executor of said estate. I ale by BIRCUETT & LINDENBEKGER. : '-: ) "".'.D.;WILSON. Proprietor,. JOfUA'TAYLOR.. Sen., S. B. RICHARDSON.
prace. I t July 17, 1817. '. 85 6ra I July 3,1547.JO QuifleY2fls 1I1. f May 2t', 1947.- Eu\or. Madison County, May 15.1847. 43 ._Bar

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l -New Store- and--New--- Good- By tho President of the United- V Won! WOiUWsrms! i CON&ITUTIOOFDSTA1'E AMENDMENTS TO OFFLORIDA.rROrOICO THE .: oontbs tfter dat*..f.shU tJrexat toy final I rIlHrab.arterIhu.JJ,r CODt1Dee ttM .. :

.Monroe State bane of childbood.nd th O count and vouchers to He Hon. Judge oProQIX -- J. Gina on bis tmal ezeasjyj.j. < at
1.. li the large Vie* eJ&ce, in 1 V THE Min pe A7TD AOBZrO TO THXSCCOITDOXIfERAl : and for ; &a4=
%. Barnard t many dangerow ACTTOS bale in and for the County ofiefferson. apply this ojrportonitj to thank hi, *om* J *
c'eC.rl1y.tl.'t andJTeu main long in the human Ileai great lumb. ASIKMBfi SOBJKCT TO AaszasLY.V TH* a discharge as Administrator of the estate of Clement for hear liberal patronage hnetotartJ .-n.*1":***

Sr..rtt: ** found,, Ta fr Or THE NEXT QtUtlRAI. W.Stephens, late of said County,deceased. tion in which his Gins are beldc be v VV
I : o WarmatThe JAMES GADSDEN. the act of his having sold wrel&atwEL1''*

A/3K1TKKAL uanlI: or season is now close at when they become In .f ct ,. to amend the Constitution tf tki Slat Monticello,January 10, 1847. 286m m during the last three years-probably, tetvfc ?**
Fancy* Slllt nod Staple Dry Goods, most troublesome to I. at to extend to all free uAite male inAatOanlr, every other factory in the State. fh *7't .1'

Bonnets...Hats, Boots and Shots.Hardware being eititent cf tie' United State, vhtj shah notice. superiority of his Gins is accormftd fc VIL *f
3 tad Dr. 'Voodrua. Worm SpecificIs kate tended tciMn this Stale *nt year, tht citetneffantMte. the first introduce _
V Wood, Willow Crocker Son Ware : months after date I shall present my account 1 Lug ta the JateiaDro.J.T
tc; Glass (Wire, Groceries, &.C.. a safe and reme fo Worms. Try it- SIX vouchers and apply to the lion. Judge of, keeping the lead by yearly adding 1twl Iftr *M J,

BEADY MADE CLOTIIIXU. I is a good a the bt. cheap as the cheapest.Mr. 1. Bett enacted! by the Senate and Probate of Leon County for letters of dismission as first and second improvements made tU .. &.
? ; Joseph Shipley ( Co.. Ga.says it SECTION the Stale of Florida cotton though t
Mle f Jlrpretentatitft of Administratrix on the estate of Granville Sheppard, perfect, some were rat ,aJ
C 11In1O or TKc'FL"ura brought away 200 Worms(rol negro child,belonging V in Gnur l.l1.tmINyent.nrtd. That the first late o( said County, deceased. third made then sufficiently fast It

1t1: L'Jicl' Bariege; and! Muslins, in drew patterns, TN of law I. POLK, President to him, in a short time. clause of the sixth article of the Constitution be so ELIZABETH CLEA VEL.-\ND. Admx. rosined to make them more chlrabl"&D4to1bi.

Tarlton.Organdee and Painted Mllns I pursuance cf the United JAME c do hereby .Mr. John J. Little, \Vlte'itl. Goo., says I amended as follow!,Tiz: Every free white male per January 23, 1817-( C7' 6m which haa been done he belerca etret .'
Book Mull. Swiss and Jaconet ., in one case and Worms. In and upwards,and eral new improvements the
( declare and make known that public sales wi beheld gave i son ot the age twenty-one years present lur"\
?': Plain blrrea'and .!ri|>c Cambric, the undermentioned Land Offices the anther case, it cured his neg woman of Ttnin or who shall be, at the time of offering to role a citi- W. S. !roD WOffluiM he has he exclusive right for the Stat V
I White and black Tarlton Muslin !OF at the periods hereinafter Tape l\'vrm.\ zen of the United States and who shall have resided privilege of other sections, to ftrnUhSek .. ,
:-t Black Crap black Bariege, SATE to FLORDA. Mr. Thomas Boyd, of Coweta Co.. Geo., says, I and had his habitation, domicil home and place of Attorney at Law Water Boxes which are believed'to-b tq'. ,'1-

j Green e. Black Lace and IAn Veils, At the Land Office at ST. ACGVBTINX, commencing gave it to a negro boy who was in bad health; it permanent abode in Florida,'for 'one year next preceding Monticello, Jefferson Connty, Florida, more durable than any other by too*
Ginghams, fancy and solid colours on Monday the twelfth day ofJufy next,for the brought away immediately 33 worms! He was soon the election which he shall offer! to vote Middle made a fair trial of then ; and are ntttt*-ta.
Circuit Courts of the
, Btriege and Muslin embroidered Shawls, disposal of the public lands within the limits of theundermtntionf well,and mains soup to this time. and who shall at such time and for six months immediately ;. WILL attend and the of the of Columbia of the against fire by friction. His fine Gin trffl -
Do. and Silk Scarf*, townships to wit : January. 1817.Gairnv. preceding said time, have had his habitation County todon Cotton as well as any saw gin can. twill '
Fancy ilk Handkerchiefs, ba.line and east the principal Tike Co., Geo., July 12, 1516.. domicil home and place of permanent abode, Eastern Circuit,Flerida.Monticello visit planters generally and exhibit .
Sout Dr. \7oodruff PUaso forward immediately three oflcr to shall be ,August 22, 18-1( SLaw
Linen Cambric, meridian. in the county in which he may vC'te. of his i improvements, and point out tbor
V Dt). du. Hdkfi. plain, b m-ltjtche and Township twenty-two of range twenty-eight. dozen of your Worm Specific. We have calls for it deemed a qualified voter at all election under this in time for all to engage and be supply a4hAfi

tL V rabidere Townships twenty-one and twenty-two ot range daily. Send it without delay. Respectfully. Constitution and none other: except in elections by I iotIee.BROCKENBROUGII next ginnin season cr engagements can 1 WII
Black and Kid Gloves, twenty-nine. JSO. G. hILL. & CO.TAI.unr general ticket in the State or District prescribed bylaw letter directed to him Clinton Jon ,., '

V &lk. metalic and velvet Work Pocket Townships eighteen and nineteen, and section six, Co Geo., December V2, 1813.I in which cases, the elector must have been I & MAXWELL. gia. Gins will be delivered at the ptreSW rotnlty c.-
t. Black while and fancy co.oured: silk Mitts, in township twenty of range thirty. Dr. Woodruff hire recently made trial of YO'] resident of the State one year next preceding the deuce. ill any (part of the Sute except tilt *$*
: White and black twist ilk Gloves Townships eighteen nineteen and twenty-one of Worn Specific in a very had case, with the h"ppjeteffect. electionand six months within the election districtin I IXTM. H. BROCKENBROUGH retort to Florida counties where they will be left at the I'inlJ V
V: 4 Lisle Edging Muslin Edgings and Inwrtin range thirty-one. think terre II f it than ever, and believe it which he offers to vote. Provided, That no sol V V in time to attend all the Courts of the railroad most t convenient to the purchaser a I"

. Black ilk Lace 1 to S in. wide. Townships eighteen and nineteen of thirtytwo. will do in 09 case in the 1Y( ). dier, seaman: or marine in the regular Army or Navy ,I Middle Circuit and Jackson and Franklin Conn.'I ranted to perform well IC used AUtrw.
Thread and Bobbin Edging and Laces.. J. E nOPE M. D. of the United States, unless he were a qualified elector ''I ties in West Florida. B. & M. will also attend the sent with each. lCCorfGer I.I tireclion" j

, .:t Parasols, PrasoUettes. and Sun-shades, Township eighteen of range thirty-thrce. of this State previona to his enlistment as such Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will be S.UWEL
China straw and fancy Muslin Bnnet At the Land Office at NEWXANSVILLE,commencing TiE H .T1EDY NEEDEDFor soldier. seaman or marin in the Regular Army I devoted exclusively to the legal profession and Mal 22. 15-17. 41. GRISWOlD.

V Misses China and do. do. ., on Monday the nineteenth dayofJuy next for Djwnltry, Diarrhcra, Griping Pains, and Navy of the United States or of the revenue service, claims against the United States, fop the attentive "teo"DR.

1I Bonnet Flowers and Ribbons, the disposal of the public lands within the limits of Summer of Ckildrtii. shall he considered a resident of the State! in consequence I prosecution of which arrangements have been made HULL'sI
r.utliriQI Ribbons assorted, the townships and fractional town of bring stationed within the same. I in Washington.
, V Fancy velvet Neck Ribbons.V undermentione, From the late lamented Captain HOLMLS, Georgia. Passed Senate December 1. IS,18. March 13, 1847. 34 I

Black and white silk Hose. South of the base line, and east of ITt principal Rgiment. D. H. MAYS, President Senate.II. ,
I T.j White brown blue and slate cord ditto, Meridian. RuosSr.lo.July21.1qlti.Dr. ARCITFR, Secretary Senate. MANUFACTORY.
Misses white and brown do. do., Township nine of ransje fourteen. It!. O1.e you al ( Y Passed Home, December Ifi, 1 Feather and painted Fans, for not acknowledging before this the receipt of a ROBERT BROU N, Speaker Ho. Reps.
paper Fractional twenty-eight is seldom
townships that wVto\
'i twenty-seven we step out of .
Cordial which haj the oar
blue box cf you J. R. FORTUNE
Pink white scarlet: straw and Floieuce. of your Dysentary M. D. Parr, Cleik.An
twenty-nine and thirty on tho land range either for praise
I man kindness to send rue while in Columbus, for the use V or censure,the various tdwrtSspecific's
Linen Sheeting. ,
; Long Lawn Irish Linen fifteen. TTAVING become the sole proprietor cf the TIN cf the day; and could w

$ Linen Table damask, Linen Dowlas Township twenty-seven, and fractional township of I inycerpi.have found it a most valuable and only Art to am'nd the Constitution vf thit State toM JLL SHOP lately the property of R. Flakier & Co., truth of all the certificates which arepiESft:

, *, Linnn Napkins,Crash Bird.-eye and lluckerback Diaper, Towel inS'. thirty-five on the main land, of range sixteen. regret that I have not a supply of mLdidne it. Whenever my < to mnlf fie session of the General Atscmbly takes this method of informing the public that hey favor of some of them there would b*' noeiju
; Russia Diaper Township twenty-seven, and fractional townships men hav.' followed I theuirtctiowthey t have invariably liennlal inslewl cf annual. \ 11 keep constantly on hand at the shop opposite our praise certainly. But from a personal 15
6 to 12-1 brown and bleached Cot. Sheetinc, the main land,of of all the varietit of
thirfy-t hrcc and on range his store, large assortment edge of thtir virtue
white and brown Holland, I thirty-fve. found relief. We have: buffered and arc siiiFering F.C'IION 1. lie it enacted lit.,' the Senate end we are willing to recorfor."olicittd :
Cambrics At
V Col'd Tin and other articles in his line of
, E. Bombazine, silk Velvet black seventeen. fractional thir much from D\ntary occasioned by the wretched S House of Rtprtvntatieet of the State of }' usually kept testimony iu favor of Dr. HoiriV W
V i Alpact stin. Township twenty-seven is business. lie will also be prepared furnish any Loa ncCT: th"y being in our opiiion
Calicoes water we hato drink, but CorJttl restoring ride in General.-tsvrmblif rOllrrnrl,That the second arjinfciau.
t : Furniture ty-two, on the mai.s lnd,and townships thirty-three your Merchants in the country Tin-ware at as low pricesas remedy for that bane of childhood__
i thrir With XVoaus.,
: all to tcortlrd health ami t';*or. clause of the fourth article of the Constitution of it
Cruel. of numb ihade. and thirty-five, of range eighteen. they can get it from the North ; and begs them to in theia operation
: 4 gasily admini5lPl'
Silver Thimbles. Fancy Binding, my sincere thanks fur your kindness, anll't( wishes tins Slate be so amended to read as follows, viz: .and wh t
Needles. thirty-four
' Tape kind silk Townships thirty-two for jour *uccc... I am your obedient .,servant 2d. The members of the hone of Representatives call and examine for themselves. Thtre n an object IK i is a great recommendation in a mtticia! fottlt
fancy nineteen.
, Number various and fancy,coloured rilminlt.,, ,' and thirtJ-frpof range law for the use of ISAAC 1IOLMHS, Capt. Macon Guard I >,!iall be chosen by the qiiahfUtl voids, and shall in having it here a? it will be free free damage dren thy are not nauseating, but actually pleatM
White brown Lnen I' by '1
approJriated schol.miltr. which it usually gets by ship; ing.GEHK1L to the taste. W/have nd them in
;1f wear, will be e A fresh lppl.v of the above vsl.uble. medicines, serve for the trm ( f f two rears*, fain and aft-r the a "1m'er ef
I coloured ,. purposes >cuded just received and for sale bv LOUIS 4Ame., Drug- day of the first c1c'tioundt'r the amended Coivti- ASSCBTJIEST OF TU-W.1R!. cases in our family, and in ea-h and every cas tiik
: Fancy Coton ste f gists, Tallahassee aNo, by R. Mannins, P. M Man- and the sessions of the Gen. complete success; and we tAke pleasure la. .
.1 .Pretty and Fancy Assortment I The sales will each be kept open for two weeks ; ; tution, and no lon;tr ; : 1 d.z. Furnaces, such ai every faxily ought to rawo.mending
, % I and lon nington! Leon Coal: >' ; Jo 15. Heard, I'. M Mucosookie ( oral A-wembly shall be ttifiinial aid commence on them to our patron and friends, au.*
Made Clothing.HATS i (unless the lands are sooner disposed of) no have, Sugar; Dippers Sugar Skimmers, Oil Cans
Ready ( Worms but ZminL
Tlcais' as a cure or a'horcuz'i and i
: Count S I. Miccosookie jsT
Burn" in each and
; in November *
Lon y ; the fourth Monday every
t...V ger; and no private entries of land in the townships Counter Scales Zinc 'for Stoves, &.C.,
' ,! U IBRFLLAS. &c.V Samuel ton, Druggist, Mnnticillo James I such other times be ered Cathartic or PniRtive' ?!fdL-fte;wfctfj
4. so w ill be admitted until after the expirationof ; line second year, cr at may pres Stoet Iron for making Stote Pipes
and ti. a.\nd peeked ofered. Joshua DJVCJ.of! Gad len such i is needed,or where Worms are rovfcJM. V
.' Patent Cal the of said sales. Quincy; County ; cribedby law.:
from commencement Gntterinsr
I Tin and Copper for Roofiriz and of EmT
V Calf Bootees, do. do. do. weks ker, P. M., Chattahoochio, and Pov\"er Merchant the third clause A fresh supply cf the above valuable iltkcint
.:: : Given under my hand, at the City of Washington \ Sec. 2. Jf it enactrd, That dings and put up at short notice, either i in the city I received
in Tallahassee!
Hats and for
and j-Mt u'l
Beaver Leghorn Marianna. ,
'::.\ : Fashionable this sixth day of April, Anno Domini one thous- of the fourth article of the Constitution he amendedso or country. ,
and Palm Hat*, : 3 37 July 3, 1'341. M 2t LEWIS L A&S
V; Mens' April IM7. that the sameshalt: read as fellows: 3J. That the
8ll' and eight hundred and forty-seven. _VVVVVV ALSO a new invention for draining Sugar,which
',- Cotton Ginghams and Silk Umbrcla. J.\ME K. POLK. Land for Sale. Representatives shall bedizen on the first Mondayin will drain it for market in two days and begs the DR. J. REESE'S
V ? Hard the month of October, in each and second
1 ,: Bv the President : every I planters to call and eximine.
, : .'. Mill, crws-cut hand, key tenant and wood Saws, RICHARD' M. YOUNG I WILL sell my FARM on Lake Jackson, situated >ear. from and after the first election! under this a- i 211'l patent Well and Cisfen stncle and double Rod LIVER & DYSPEPTIC UEDtCIHLT .

:\: .. Augers.files,chisels and braces,with ainrt'd, Ccui"ionn the General Land Office. about nine mile north Tallahassee.. This farm mended Con?lilulioa: ( T.-r.Xk fK rvUnad... trunk_. chest.. Clipboard.ft contains. thousand hundred ofhich ERSOXS e-f feeble ctnstilotjcms and
.I;:.. V. iW.. .(... c. nn -- near one acre seven: directed bv law. I March 6, 1S47. 33 those of n-
f... .. hx.1.horse and'ti'.l Locks assorted NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION \\ i is cCUf. and i ii row in a fine state' for cultivation Sec.:. lieitfurlhfr enacted. That the fifth clan e dentary haLits. are cften tn:uMed with LAitml

, .' :, table Knives shoe and butchers' do., Every person entitled to the CLAIMANTS I betl in for 'wo years. For cf tIme aforesaid article be so arnrndrd as to read as C'Stivenesjvhich; often exert a very IIlItl-'t ;

' !:-' Carving Kniand Fork*. to any lands within the townships above enumerated, I fertility of soil, I am .satisfied it is not surpassed by f lUo'il.: The Senators shall bo chosen by time I S\XDS'SARSAPAIULL,< influence upon their general health,which is pm,il

hj: : RAZOIlS-Few left of Old Rough and Ready Razor is to establish the same to the satisfactionof any upland farr in the Southern ccuntry.V it fjuahf.ti! elector, for the term t>f (. wr >ear, at the ularly manifested: ty irrewnlarity.il not total ktnf
. Sup!, requirt Register and Receiver of the proper Land Office I \1 ceat it was laid cIT with circular horizontal. lame time in the STmf manner and in tl,* same FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE appetite. In this conditiu cf the jstij! thsx.

, V German table and tea, lrilannia table and and make payment at soon as praclicalle rows, not consequentlyallied, and will I now I place when tli"vote for inenKT: cf the )H >u-c ofItpresentr'ivts OF ALL DISIMSESAUfsFXfJ FROM AN tide is confidently recotarner.d with the assunstt
c. tea, and iron table and tea Spoons after seeing this thtreor., before the.day appointed pioduce as much Corn, Cotton or Sna. as it did ; and no "eron shall! be a Senator IMPURE STATn OF THE BLOOD that if the dose i is properly acju! ;td so r.ct lit

Box.? roflee and corn Mills Brass preserve Kettles, for the commencement of the public sale of when firs-t cleared. Two years past I.madc an tTpcriment unices l.e l b e a white mm, a citi/cn of the United OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM move the bowels too actively relief roa: be t.ii!,d

V V I.o'. fifth, trace halter and dog Chains, the lands embracing the tract claimed ; otherwise inSu iron twenty-fitc acres, \hich had Stat sanl shall: have !>ocn an inhabitant cf this State VIZ : upon without any or even the least onpUaaaot cc.
r Wrought iron Grid-irons, Wafe and Wafer-irons, such claim will be forfeited. produced fourteen Cotton craps and two of Corn, for two years next preceding his election, and the Scr.fvla or Kin.f6 Eeil Rhtumilum, OhslinatrCulanrous sequences resulting from the use of common pup.live .

V Colin:' No. 1 Axes, Steel Traps. RICHARD M. YOUNG, and with the mot indifferent preparationmade one last sear reSident thcdistricl county for which Eruptions Pimples or I'uitures on tf e. medicines usually resorted to.

. Aae'Spades and long and short-handle Shovels, Commi'iont of the General Land Office. thousand pounds per acre. An average crops of a tie shall b<* chosen, and shall have attained the age i face Elotehrs, Bile Chronic Sore Eytt, RingWorm Persons subject to Bilious Cholie may rely! on fit
V .V'V'. Snaths, shrub Scjthes and reap Hook..ji April 2.1. 1S17. 40 ts bale of Cotton to the acre has always been made of twenty-Cue sears.Sec. or Teller Scald Head, E-ifargttnrtit and preventive properties of this medicine,usir? it on

. Fair and good supply Mechanic Tob. when the season suited ll.e cultivation.! I is well I -I.t:'lie it furtlu ren ucled, That the sixth clans Pain of the Bone and Joints Stubborn Uletrt, the first intimation of an approachir attack. There

. fan many articles in the Hard-ware line nomentioned. Bar and Billiard Room. adapted to the culture of Indian Corn, it? pox- of the aforesa article! be so amended as to read as Syphilitic Sym lo/!.", Sciulita or Lumbago, and are some constitutions hjahe: In regular attacks imity to the Lake! affords the finest rane for st ck ot follows viz: The classification of Senators, as madeat Diseases athingfronm an in 'rliri.irs tise ffMercury I ,a* Fever alnost ereryfall ; to stchtheuxof

', _r ; Willow and Wood Ware. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. all kinds. My term arc one-third of the purcha"emonty the first *essi"n ot the General Assembly held in ..Iscitrs or Droprj, Exposure or Imprwttnec this; medicine 13 r. commended, beginning to rise it

V Churns 3 izes-Tubs of all sizes THE underpinned respectfully informs his friends to be paid on the first of January: next, and the jear 1515: shall continue unchimjcd ; one half in Life.: Alto. Chronic C'anstiiutienalDiaorders. by the middle of May or flrvt .f June.*
i the public that he has opened a BAR AND the balance in four annual from that Those whose digestive are feeble often .
Well Buckets Pails,Brass and iron-bund Buckets. intlmenf date, ol whom as nearly M possible shall be chosen for preparation is a combination hitherto un- organs experience
Bread-tras, \ I' BILLIARD ROOM in Monticello. on the West side i bearing a interest of (per cent. ever hereafter biennially fcr the terra' of four vears: rillS \" in the history of Medicine differing en- a sense of fullness, weight and oppnsioi
Willow Kpeler Chairs and Carriages, for children of the public square for their accommodation. and I JOHN S. SHEPARD. Piooided however, anti it i is hereby? dt'Clarcd. that tirely in its character and operations from the various about the stomach atUr eating, will find this nidi-

. Work Baskets and Market ditto solct their patronage. His BILLIARD TABLE i is May '!, 1S47. 4: St the term of office of tint class of Senators une-ipi- preparations cfSirsiparilla: which have beenat cine afford almost immediate relief.
I. co\'ere the most and is in excellent Ladies their confinement often sufpr from
aPrro\e pattern red at the first election under the amended Con-ititu- different times offered to the public. It acts specifically -
Groceries. ; order. His I with the best Wines liquors PRINTS ONLY. tion, shall extend to, and expire on, the first Mondayin upon the whole system thereby bringing it heartburn and costiveness: to such this artidsii
.i and PonchongTeas. and Cigars also of CONFECTIONARY. highly recommended it can be used without
i Young Hjson.lmptria ; a variety October eighteen hundred and fifty. I under its direct and immediate influence. Although
and Jan His rooms will be opened at all hours, least danger and with great benefit. In sick cr aerrous .
..;, Bin Cfe SPRING STYLES-1847. Sec. 5. Be it further enacted That the first election I possessed of powerful healing effects, yet it is entirely V
Butter and day and evening and, by strict attention to business headache it is invaluable.
Wate ; Constitution -
'1': V for Assemblymen, under this amended I harmless, so that it cannot injure the most delicate
Roe Herrings, in barrels and a desire to please, he hopes to give general satisfaction shall take place on the first Monday in October I constitution. When in perfect health, no effect This article will be found to act as a pleasant cot-
... ": No. 1 and2, Mackerel, in i bbls., brand, 1515, i to his customers. Call and see him. LEE & BREWSTER eighteen hundred and forty-eight ; ant;! the first is produced by its use except an increase of appetite dial and tonic, restoring the appetit.,- d at the

4 10 bbls. Fulton Market No. 1 Beef, S B. DARRIlGTON. 41 CEDAR STREET NEW YORK session of the General Assembly under this amcnd- ; but when disease is seated in the frame, and same time fulfilling every intention that the coicotopurgatives

.. White Beans. Rce.dried Apples and Peaches Monticello, May 1, 1S47. Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that they dod Constitution,shall commence on the fourth Monday carrying fast its ticfc'm along the path of life, then are intended to eCoct. S IIlTt.g tfetalile |-
V Sardines 10 soused Pigs-feet, have received and arc now exhibiting, at TIlE! in November in the year eighteen hundred and its mysterious influence islelt ar.d seen ; it enkindl j : and, when used according to tie directic&i
a' Bbl. and bbls. Flour, Lemon Syrup I Boot and Shoe Making. WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Printed Calicoes fort v.eiht. new life, and vigor and brings health and strengthto w ill be found an invaluable article,especially to tfccst

Sperm Candles, Colgate Pearl Starch, purchased the "Passed Senate, D"rem*>er 22,1546. the suffering and diseased. afflicted with Dyspepsia,Derangement cf the Liver

S Colgate pale Sap, brown and toilette Soaps, rfllEundersigned.having of LXJACS C C-Q (DA&ISS D. H. M.YS, President of Senate. TaCTII IS STBAHGi-R Til AM FlCTIOX."-LET or General Debility. ,
V a Pickles. Catsups, assorted, Prepared by Doctor J. Reese,Griffin,flee comfy,
who is about leaving the State Comprising all the II. ARCHEK Secretary ot Senate. THE FACTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES,-The following
V ;r- Olive Oil, loaf and crushed Sugar respectfully informs his friends and the New Spring Sylr Parsed House of Representatives December 29, certificate is only another link in the great chainof Georgia and for sale by appointment at

.i Scotch Snuff of' s \eral Factories, t he is at present at the old stand, where Of British, French, and American Manufacture 1
Mustard and Spices, assorted, I he to execute all work in his line with whicl, in -ADDITION ,heir ujiial stock render ROr.ERT BROWN,Speaker Ho. of Reps.M. be convinced. What it has done once it will do Druz Store Tallahastes

: Putty, White Lead Window Glass, I and despatch. He has on hand the finest their assortment one of the most beautiful and attractive D. PArr Clerk House Reps.I'ehiuary again. DANIEL LAUD Ne\vort
-.5L Train, Linseed, and Lamp Oils, of calf skins and all sorts of materials, and will 27, IS 17. 3-2 GusSHERWOOD'S JIc.:ticeUG.LunCJ. ,
and low price Tobaccoes. in the city ; and :ham/luf bet-u purcha.-ei CHUILESTOWX, M.lS9w Sept. 2.7J, IS 10.
Good chewing, smoking : .
LV -
make -----
at short notice, and in the bat GENTLEMEN'S
Powder Shot, Lead, &c. itc.03TLe manner FOR ('AsrlD snORT CREDIT This may certify that mv son, now aged seventeenhas HARDY BRYAN, S
:: SHOE every descrip- been for ten yeaft afflicted with the s.rcfulous
tion. Boots fote soled repaired in Are offered by the piece cr package on the tarn hUM'r.t the of seven he had the measles Agent for Thomas county.Gecrgia.
S inhabitants of the city and county, good style charges. He will war terms, at and Ittlow manufacturers prices. MAGNETIC REMEDIES GOLD PILLS AND which probably age ca'JilNltbi"years humor to make its appearance May 22, Ji.,. 44

and those: of adjacent counte. are particularly re.qc' rant his work to be equal to any done in the Ilap. Catalogs of pncrs (corrected daily,) are place MAGNETISED PLASTER. in a most singular nay covering his body Slate of FlorIda.V
V to call and see -and, etpeei and to give a good satisfaction a to fitting a in the hands of bin cc,. from his head to his feet with small tumors. I consulted -
I ,?; call the attention of the LADIES whose other workman. Purchasers willinfnrm themselves of the state oC For Chronic Diseasr of the Crncs and Limbs. a Doctor of Medicine and he examined him i IN CU.L FOR CF JEFFERSON Y.-IN THE COUNTY.CIRCUIT COOT

4 i,., taste was never known to err. It will afford me great JOHN LERCH. the market and bi well repaid for an examination V /-1HRONIC DISEASES of the three days in succession, and not understanding hid
',, pleasure to display before them the diversified and May 8,1S47. 42 t even if they do not purchase.L. 'sV. \J class 11)pcrlrovhy.may invariably case,advised me to consult Dr.Rogers,cf' New York Hampden S.. Linton Complainant,

. attractive FAWCIES in Store. & B. have peculiar advantages for executing orders '? Le distinguished by the I then being a resident ol that city. After a long vs.
Immediate, and punctual attendance, will be for prints -A hich are respectfully nolicited. V V _VV_____ l pain which is produced by I res- and critical examination, having more than thirty Catharine Eliza Smith JoLn II. Smith and Kicks

paid to all order tent me. LEI; & UUEWSTER, V *sure on the gau;liors of the api- ether medical gentlemen with him at the same time, H.Harrj n. Defendants. f
, S. F. BURNEY. i nal nerves in the intervertebral he pronounced it Scrofula or King's Evil. The TT appearing to the Court by the affidavit oteevm.
4J Cedar Street. :
April 33- SENTINEL,please copy.Peters' T 4 spices ajonj each side of the child was then prescribed lor,and commenced taking -L, plainant, that the defendant, CatbariBe EHa
VV lIS4. January 23. H47. 27 H2S
matter what Smith i is a non-resident of the State and resides ia
no name time.
spmc may medical drugs (rom that He grew worse until
Pills. V I_t have been given to the malady by June of 1S37, and then his bones became ali drd inconsequence the State of South Co'.ina : V 5 V .
Vegetable M. D. PAPY I .' Ordered the said dcudant Jo
S physidan ,nesolcgiats, or ether of the mercury that had bee given him. / it therefore ,That '
; Truth Is mighty and In this case has GREAT j1Ifi1H@m .1r IU.W S i medical writer The pain thus A pit-ce of bone came away from his ncder-jaw in appear and answer the complainant's lIon :" fan
ity in otherwise lie
ARIA 9 will be lewset the third Moudar July next, saw
produced more cr
S the first place, as large as an English walnut a piece
Prevailed : 30 Bushels, or of WILL Practice in all the Courts in the Middle C ere,according to the intensity will be taken for confessed, and the matters thesddecreed
from his forehead as large as a sixpence, and a piece ,
from the Grit a favorite Office on the first floor of the Cap. Jlnd it it
TETERS ben disease its active accordingly : further OrdertJ.
of the
PILL or orM
Dr. Gordon's Family Pills itol S cV : (rem near the crown of his head. It then went to
South V4
JL bul now wing. room formerly occupied by the crder bo in cl
That seas
t.V m Sth. cnump J5 passive: state at the time. Pressure the back and side, and discharged in three places. a copy published
. V .1t! tion \\t confined to n In the Norh.. rUE' vast and increasing demand for this new and Secretary of th' Tcrntorv.Nof ; ______ _V on the ganglions next above From thence to one of his limbs, separating1 in consequer.cc : tie public newspapers printed in the State, CMS s
r'- Et. and the West a well a beyond tornac : celebrated medicine, andthe numerous ember 15, 1513. 17JOIINL'ILS1 the first cervical vertebrae, indicated in the annexed of the ulccration tha muscles and cord week for four months. rnn'ecutively.

: South -merica.lndia, and the West In cures they are daily effecting, in all portions of the -- --- (I'1E.AT'I'OItNEY engraving: by No. 1, determines tubercular disease of from the bones of the anc joint on the back part.- I' THOMAS BALTZELL. Jvtgt-
The demand .
di. they are known and appreciated. country here they have been introduced, of Dyspepsia the: llradand Brain Throat, Eyes or Ears ; on the Hehad at one time fifteen running sores or usiics A true copy : Teste
has no parallel in the anrftls of medicine, Liver Complaints. and Billious. Diseases, AT LAW space No. 2, that of the Muscles, Joints or Limbs ; frrlVllic ;lansof the throat and thcwe places I have C. G. FIFE ClerU S

I and it may. be said of their advocateS4 !" with their well known attendants, Sick Headache, Quincy, Florida. on the space No. 3, that of the Lungs; on the space mentioned. In Is to. I lived in Portsmouth N. II., 1\oltic'eU\ Fa.. March 16. (20) 15-11. 31_

The cry li .ti they come abdominal vis- I .c.hi3 induced the undersigned to make arrangements WILL attend the Justice Ccurts of Gadsden No- 4, that of the Stomach ; on the space No. 5, that and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever, which
'1 In all diseases of Iomah. the their alternative to receive his stock direct from the proprietor the Circuit Court of MiddleFlcrida of the Liver and at the letter .\, that of the Spleen ; settled in one of his hips, which swelled as large as Deaf and Dumb AsyIOFKENTCCKY.

,. cere, the liver,or the system eneraty.the constituent and would say to their numerous customers,that theyare and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. on the space No. C. that of the Small Intestines; on three of the other. Being under Medical treatment '. I'7f

V ., and tonic prolrte will" upon an immediate prepare to supply them wholesale and retail, at November, 1I. 13 tf0CJ the space No. 7, that of the Kidneys; on the space they gave him laudanu: until he lost his reason. HE subscriber tae resident o r t1ii'U ,
propertits of tht blo. produce ew pi ices. Sentinel '. STo. S, that nf the Uterus and ou the No. 0, agent
alarmed and
: rop) ; space Then I became sent for a Thozr-sonian. -
and perform a radical cure. Institution,otters for sole in traet ,anJj*
THOMAS M. Savannah.
r d. : that of theTcstes &c.
TUNER. His medicine helped his hip and rcsorod his reason.
.. TET tNUL. A large stock of these ecelent Pil.just received NATHANIEL HAMLIN, It is no matter whether tenderness be found in one The third time he was attacked \\ithlhis fever in terms lituit purchaser,about Fout TbensandAcfs teState
-I' Extract ol of Philadelphia of LANU.situitcd in the county JackMO, if
: a Waine. and for sale, at 25 full directions,
leter per hel her of
cenl or more places, or one or more theorgins 1S12, when hearing of Dr. Sar.ds Sarsapnrilla.andbein
2. :-"Your Pills are the Factor and (Commission Merchant of Florida. Also the Right to Matt, ft*
F F. date February 1010 in by LEWIS& MILE ,and EDWARD or limbs be diseased, as the curative cess.under the <\ perfectly satisfied that all other medicines had '
ir most powerful limited extent.
lrf operations yet BARNARD, Talahusee. Fa and on enquiry will NEW-ORLEANS. use of these remedies proceeds in one and all of the failed o(eflocting a cure I sent and procured MX bottles &ttran
their effects of that I have ever met with in a The above lands were wlectrt at an early
any Their action on found in and tillages in the South Col. "'M. lUiLr.r, Jefferson Co. ) diseased organs and limbs at the same time. To de- I and by the time he had taken it all I considered
aud and believed
, practice of eight twenty the )'eas of the blood and We.t. JAS. KIRKSCT, F.sq., Tallahassee.D. > Rareaxvcss. ermine the necessity of these remedies it is only liim well. Those places heJled-l1e became bright npt'riencedju't e. are amot5'the
the chyle! sAd hence on impurities finest iu the county.
I4 May S, 1947. 42 Cm cf the in
LAnD Each Newport. ) necessary to detect the tenderness ganglia, anl lively-color came to Hw face and lips-from V
S is surprising. .
t. evidently my of the intervcrtebral on either side cf the that time till the Fall of 13(4 his
Extract of a letter from Dr. Henry Hall, of Que. Ftbiuary G. 1S-17. 2'J any spaces complaints never nt of'D. Si D.
These l remedies invariably cure every casein troubled him. At that time be became deaf, which
bee. L. C. March 6. 141-"For fevers, pine. Quincy, June 12, 1S47. 47 V17
.. of the biUou.and en- in. MARTIN, the first stages of the disease,and a great majorityof continued until last March, when his right era he- SSheriff's
..' tick headaches, (or pidity Peters'bwel. and those in the last, including tubercnla consumption came affected; from that to the left eye,covering the
the Dr. ex Merrhant
of spleen Forwarding Sale.
V argemeat V a and white swellings. Incipient consumption is frequently sight of the eye so that he was in a great measure
'z4!:: cellent meieine. AMES, MILES NASH 101 Po>dras street detected by these symptoms, even before the deprived of sight. B Y virtue of % writ of foci facias beU

For & LA. cough ccmincncM. There is no ether remedy for Knowing that Sands SIr apJ.riU.13S the only the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court,&

.s EDWARD JR'AR.ci' 4i : RECEIVING AND FOR the dneaje,i iJ well known to every physician. The medicine that had e\cr done him any good, I applied County of Len.. Middle Circuit of flcridirlte

; ylY | 601. T attended tfl with promptness. remedies arc porfcitlysalo for persons of all ages and to Mr. Fowlc Apothecary, at Boston for more. He Henry Hyman. Executor oCThfophilns Hynmftw
RErCRU TO ondit ions and require no change of dirt' except that has taken fifteen dollars worthwhich has removedthe tate, is plaintiff, and Wesley Manning.Admit*'*

. ... 1 CABINETJVIAKING. LATHAM tc DAV1Y. of a greater supply of food. For sale by humor from his eyes and bearing:, and he now tor of Henry J. Gukins,is defendant I have kYmol

i S. S. SIBLEY. MILES NASH appears to be cured, ai.d radically so. I verily believe upon, and will expose for sale, before>tbe
: ) DAMON & LYNCH. S 14. 20- At the Post Office, Tallahassee Fa. all this latter trouble might have been avoMeJ House door, iu the city of Ta1laassee.OQt'e' d
A May S. IS 17. .I'> f in of the in vrithm gVte1bl
: oiiiht the entire stock and interest of if I had continued thnrouglytim.VslIse; Sarsapa. Monday August next, lepi
';" : ri AVING J> under its influence the lowing described wit _
' rilU when he was first time. l
diretioDs &ISWH3 (23DEALERS.mIf I'ropertyto
"S I JtjL "noclltn ( in thfc work Cabinet in that Shop line, and are are deemed sufficient. Try them and be convincedthat ( Sea Island Cotton Gins.J These are the simple statements vf the facts of the E 1, SEjSecl3on5bjp2Ra15g2.N&NE.I.NE .
ktnds of ,
i 2z4t al they are the most effectual and certain arid the IN S it make those facts '
heretofore to the shop will rpIlEtubjcribers bog leave to inform case, and I feel my duty to known 24. a.-4i"-
!.. ? Cop the patronage Their given in the business very best remedy ever ofiered to tne public to insurea V DRUGS MEDICINES PAINTS OIL JL the planters of long-staple to the public for tic benefit of those who may be SINE, 91, 2, "
lVVfJ cntioe. permanent and lasting cure. in afflicted in like manner feeling full conviction the NJ.NW4 .' 21 'I 2,
satisfaction. Toilet Article &e. Window Glass Cotton that they are still engaged ; ,
in ftrfnmcry
..t saying they can give dispose BaAGo' S... Lowdcs Co., Ala., > manufacturing the latest improved cure has been effected solely from the etfect of this WJ.SW. .. 19. 2.NW "
execute their woik well, and are willing to "
V .i:\ They other work April 23. 1845. 5 Aiirrxr BRUSHES AND COLORS, ROLLER HORSE GINS. Having sold a great manyof invaluable medicine. |,- 10, 2.NW4.SW4. .
reasonable terms
.:lia4'b! of in the it on State.aa a* any Dr. O. K. Tyler:-Dear Sir:-This may certifytbat Apothecaries Glass Ware, &c. these Gins in Georgia South Carolina and Florida, HANNAH W. BECK, 22 S Main st. ." 19, 2, ,

. ',"r.. men Much2O,1S1735 after using many preparations for the cure of above constantly on hand,and for sale at the hey can refer to those,who have purchased them, Suffolk, it. Boston, October 13, IS JG.-Then personally containing SCO acres,more or less. ".
::!z.L.::! Chills and Fever, and expending some forty-five dollars TilE market prices.We and who are willing establish the reputation of appeared the above named Hannah. Beck Levied upon as the prcpetty cf said uVfeDuaBlf,>

.r t .- in physicians bills, without any benefit, I procure the same Gins for ginning out more Cotton and and made solemn oath that the I above certificate by to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri f'019- .-

,. S Middle Circuit. a box of Dr. ,Tyler's Fever and Ague Pills, at have received by late arrivals e additional cleaner than any other Gin in use. her subscribed and statements therein contained, A.AFISHkZSJune

5i'? IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. dona whic cured effectually after I had supplies(QlDrugt.Mcdinntt C/renicalswhicb Jlgentt:-Vi r.iAaosoa. & ACOSTA, Centresville, arc true. Before me, 19. 1547.V_f3_,J-

: Nathajutl suffered distressing and unpleasant complaint together with most of the popular patent remedies, Ga. ; GEORGE L. BROWN Newnansville E. Fis.V JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace.
1''f t..Pee Attachment (or Co twelve months. I ban known them used render our assortment the largest and most varied in Single Gins, $.li; do. with all late improvements For further particulars and conclusive evidence of New Books, &C.V *V "
in thirty cases and single box failed. I believe the 53. Double Gins '$"3 do with all late improvements its superior yalue"and efficacy which Brie Detroit. Omoo,t Nrr
Eugene A lon and Robert R- 6909 50. n. h State. All of which we offer it the lowest cash E; ; see pamphlets, JUST receiTed"per
- V BoyJlatMerehanti.trs4ing I them to b f'best and safe and certain piicw. $S3. Extra Boxcj and Brushes can be had at maybe obtaintd of Agents, gratis. J of Adventures in theSoath Seasyby H nM ," f

V. _, V) j V under the name sad style of Damages Assumpsit. cure for ague ever that can be used,and unequalled July! 25.; 1846. 1IEW1S Jb AMES. moderate rates. Orders for Gins and repairing Gins Prepared and sold by A. B. & D. SANDS. Druggists vile; Webster's Domestic Economy and Hoof*"
"t4 Abloij tc. Co. DO. u a tic restorative in all debilitated conditions ___ V please to direct to VANCE & BURNS 100 Fulton street corner of William,N.Y. ing. Cinq Mars, by Alfred De \">foj, ?

V 1 E deendantss.ad ill ethers interested are here'aia..i of the system. E MYERS., 300 Piece. Calico. May 22, lS41. 44 tf St. Mary's, Ga.; Soldal.obyLEWIS&AMESTalahaee.SMITH! Castle of Ehrenstein,'by Janes.
,; THE notified of the institution of the above suit .Price $1 per box, with full directo For sale, & CATLIN, Pensacola.F. WHITING.St. Marks Arthur Martin,by Charles Bordett,
at Fla.b1 MILES SPRING,and Summer Prints choice patterns,just W. Russell and the United Alice Gordon Alden, .
by and are required to appear and plead Tal1U. AM and for sale by V AFKinuey by Druggists generally throughout by Joseph
t.ft attbe BARNARD, and will
States. Anthon's Czs-r.Anthon's SalIuit.WRbertorce' .
;. filed in this within the time.pruribedbyUaw. NAH O
f V to case, b(C in all lbs towns and Tillage*.South' andS L. fc H. GREENQERG fc CO. V ARTIST Price $1 per bottle. Six bottles for $5. Manual for CommunitaZt.Macaiday's V. V-pn

t BERTHELOT e .r April % 1S47. 3J:1 HAVING: taken Rooms at Banner House,"Mon- QO-: The public are respectfully requested to:remember Miscellanies, M1SOE'1E55a.r
f; pji : -RHE May l47., :42* 6m, .:S&, Fit.,very respectfully tender. his ser- that it U Sands' Sarsapanlla that has been Wilson's '4 :i.

43 Atomel PuntHt V V S Ct54R1iARCUER yices to those who. desire faithful and accurate Lik.- and is constantly achiev ing'such remarkable cures of Heman't PO M. Pocket M p of U S.jgS?

:; )2o1s47 Groceries.A ST JtD8ltT.n. tal4the planta11o esses themselves or friends,which will be transmitted the most difficult class of diseases to which the bo- Bio Figwred Window Papr,36 vx

4;!t ( BALSAM Ol.WILD CHERRY (o FULL a.s.ortmentjust received and for sale by tot CoRMitcbta' Thomas to posterity indelllble mementos of the past. man frame subject;therefor?ask for Sand Sana- New Patterns b( Uous.Pape?,and asoru'

.* I "nSAR": ; LEWIS! AME.i A. L. fc H. GREBE t.CO, '. COUGIOTft5ZO: and 113. Hill) Likenesses are warranted to pletse. Price $30 parilla, and take no other. For sale by P. A. }UYi'June

1 Y.ktwj2917'< V 3t April- 3, 1847. 37 <. S 1ebruiq2O1S4% L l31 I. Monticello, March 27, t8 1. 3d December 12, t"i& 20 lj 12, 1847. 47

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