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

\ Tb.v7 Tho waters pItheir xsunnured Dame of their seemed name sighing; ; DIAN I o part well o in deserving the late of brilliant a, air fr A a toiu'all i

with their fame,
"1t Tk woods" -'re' peopled who admire Yankee valor aad.JJtr pn
; Tb silent pillar.lone and gray and humor. The letter was ) fofpubftcation
. tbeir sacred clay D ieD
kindred with ;
Claimed
r: and is, therefore, i tW
. Their spirits wptthe dusky mountain; free easy style of(Hendly correspondence(
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDASATIlffciy JULY
YOL a
. o'er the fonntain; 24,1847. IIX-NO. L
.. Their memory padded Lot '
: ... yy ,; .. f Dthto in It that will not tii
t, The meanest rill the mightiest river !the: dad oVc'fJ .

.. )w1e4.! miazlcd with their fame,forever. ;;;tcilh old Sara ar1 iss." And they had- MEXICAN; ITEMS. THEMTDW1GHT- CHARGE; OR, -filE PIIAN. shadows. I am the soldiers-/ am entirt,, abut l ro! Iphl.edc and"ot.r J .

I't Despite of every joke she bears, grown to an immense size, for he dared not From our files of papers from tbe city of Hex. TOM ARMY. myself drumner I 4 was .de.lermined ing complaint which CoociotheS to* te ,

The SaM is grys' still and theirs! trim them. In short, I became convincedthat ico, by the schooner Henry Long, we make Some ten or twelve years ago, when every army to get even a rascal for rent, pectin the stubborn noa-cwdbativftesl- of toe" -
t Tis still t watchword to the earth;- Jenks body carried a roll of red backs" bloody Bruno," who stand with bil
was waiting very impatiently for the following further interesting extracts. as thick as ing shop, without me in the no
my letting game
When man would do a deed of worth me to assert my rights in the property. It happened They are yet by no means exhausted ; we his wrist, Bayou Sara was a place. A bun. and (hue done it." 1400 men l long enough to tickled by odf

He piats to Greece,and turns to tread, that several of the party were sitting op. shall, therefore, recur to them to.morrow dred fiatboats at a time could be seen mooredat The landlord, who was fond of a good joke, jolly tars, is decidedly the richest thing r t

. So sanctioned on the tyrant' head; posite me at dinner, who were present when again. the wharf; and at the going down of the and really had a kind of love\ for Spruce took have rea.' If Mr. Folk does Do rJromote o .

"s: He!looks) to her,and rushes on the singular bargain was* made, and they all Gen. Taylor and the War.-"We have all sun, the music from the dancing-bouses, and him by the forgave him the trick played friend very next orders, he shall .

Where life is lost freedom won. urged me to laic the whiskers that very day, been in a state expectation to know the re. rattling of the silver on the faro tables, saluted upon him, band it was the best joke of ly hear fro ns.FaioiTE ..

, SWEET HONEY SUCKING BEES. and thus compel Jenks to go to the ball whis. suit of the communication directed to Gen. tbe ear of the unwary up-countryman, who too ihe season. The next day saw Spence again i

A. MADRIGAL BT WILBTX 1000. kerless, or stay at home. I agreed with themit Taylor, by order of the supreme government, often fell a victim, in his pursuits after unhallowed quietly ensconsed in his old familiar chair." RABXTAX.tth June, 1647.Eds. '
about time and pleasure or his thirst for gain, at the da. Delta.-You asked to keep min-
, bOD..acki bees! Why do still trot to reap my crop, prom. by his Excellency, the commander-in-chiclof : m
Sweet ye
J' g and violets ised that if they would all meet me at the bro.ker' the now in this city requesting him to ceptive gaming-tab'e. Fortunes in Great Britain i.hk Am. tttes of our Tabo I can't 1 ".
,
army expitio.
Surfeit on roses pinks shop where the purchase had leen made, at onco whether it be in accordance wih The authorities of the town had in vain triedto ericans.- -The Intimate relationship existing the miR*; i 111 Luke yo g
in them, say .
choicest
As if the nectar Uy I would make a call on Jenks that evening, his instructions, or from his own volition, tht put a stop to these *' improper" practices, as between 1.many families in dreat Britain here they are. It .A novel l p&Of, the Iik6 1

'' Wherewith. you store your curious cabinets? after he had dressed fur the balL All prom. he continues to make war as in a they were then mildly tenned. Court after and the United States, is every day producing of which '0 may ne'er )beat tl l! .6pid i
Ah, take your flight tb Melisuavia's lips, upon manner Court indictments and well worth the ,. .
ised to be present at the proposed sharing operation opposed alike to international law and the' received met, were found and writs extraordnnaryeventa. There are t great many expenditure i slet ;
There may ye revel in ambrosial cheer, in the broker's office, and I sent for civilized nations. The issued, but they were Invariably returned with of the subjects of Queen Victoria who have foolscap-iso I will bin fn doe (on i

Where smiling roses and sweet lillies sit, Jenks and the barber. On the appearance of day before usages yesterday among the answer which the the endorsement, non est in nlw. Courtdaycame I become rich by the death of relatives fit Am. you eer iten battle with Bruno

" Keeping their .pringtide graces all tbe year. Jenks, it was evident that he was much vexedat said Taylor to this question arrived and again and with it a swarm of knights of erica* The amount of wealth thus ceceived dow oft chicken. Just think ;,

Yet, sweet,take heed,all sweets are harJ to get, the sudden call upon him, and his vexation although we gavo have not seen tbe document{ the tapir franc, who offered the Court the by fortunate Englishmen, i added up* wouldbe of a a.rlof ,t suddenly transferred frorri \.
Sting not her soft lipi oh beware of that tempting opportunity of quietly found to I know the to The IdeA alone i Jj
I Ii was certainly not lessened when he saw the which perhaps we shall insert in our following suppressing b ver lre. of'eight sip te Ihor
For if one flaming dart come from her eye, broker's office was filled to overflowing by number, we can announce To our readers, gambling, by giving them a chance to .* break cases in this : hae occurred within enoogh to .fix and "excite; the"
Was sever dart to sharp,ah, then you die. anxious to behold the barberous yet their bank*," four yean. Sometimes the lock is on the risible Ona thousand tan transmogrified .
i spectators pro. that the enemy's General has not given a categorical or&nl ,
It was during the session of one of these other side and Jonathan gets a fortnne In Eu hUt aldi { tnukfcefe .
:i- B O LL IMEO[ J cjeding. reply ; but, as we are informed, it redu. Courts, that old in Two of that kind forming into l. holernt of, !i '
Come bo in a hurry, ho said, as he tooka ces itself this : that he ft'ill tarry on tto war an hanger-on the village, by rope. cases are said to have pJatont rrfarthing 1 o 1
I SPECULATION IN WHISKERS-iOR SHAVING seat, and leaned his head against the coon in a manner corresponding with that which is the name of Spcnce, who had for a long time lately occurred, and to an enormous amount. command- rght, tad f Corporal
sported a three hundred The first is the distribution of the word order is only a &c. ; .
ter for ** I canH here long$ sever.al dollar brilliant and : the famousTownlejr They ;
support stay made him if had been il
IN A BROKER'S OFFICE.-BT Sou. SMITH. upon ; as we were, or at
ladies are waiting for me to escort them to' gold lever, fell a victim to the double "cat. i estate, and in the division of whichit went through the exercise Drag- t
time the
\ I There lived in Milledgeville in 1832 a dan. the ball." Luis any Potosi, May aggressors.-La 29. Epoce, San harp*' And became destitute and penniless, is believed that the family of the Lawrencesin gin? artiery.tb gh biu. : 1.diches .
dified individual whom we will call Jenks. I with the of his box of this State obtain ditches where horses :
"True. very true-you are one of the man. exception tricks" and wi ultimately over 8-J, 1
This individual had a tolerably favorable opinion Gen. Worth and the Archbishop.-Extract his. "double have foundered. Oh I it beautiful )
agers-I recollect. Mr.!\ Barber, Jondetain 1 header This, to him a customary 000,000. other is a amount. was a sigh; -
of his personal His fingws of a letter from Puebla! published in El Monitor wind.fal and this i is the I ;
appearance. the gentleman: -:go: to work it once." : affliction, ho could have borne with ing to $20,000,00 which t be inherited piclar design presenting td .s
were hooped with rings, and his shirt bosomvu The lathering was soon over, and with about Republicano, June 5._"You must suppose meekness, but the hard-hearted landlord of one by a gentleman, in New Castle, Maine, you and is pronouncp. to'be the most novel ,

decked with a magnificent breastpin ;- three strokes of the razor one side .IJAU that the North Americans know as well as of the dance.bouses, in whoso establishment! of the name of Jennings. and interesting tle wtr. Tabascd, yoti

coat, hat, rest, and boots were made exactly face vas depriced of its ornament. j'cm-self on which side to attack the populace ; Spence had, sinCe the night of thd opening Many of the oldest titles in England and must know, is a !city, situated Ofl a high .

to fit; he wore J kid gloves of remarkable Come, come,' said Jenks. push ahead- and there is not one who does not understand ball, occupied the corner room next the bar, Scotland have been claimed and obtained by bluff 0 the right bank of tho river, eighty
whiteness; his hair was oiled and dressed in M there is no time to be lost-let the gentleman that they have entered the modern Sion. For and had been universally acknowledged as the natives of the United States. If disposed, I miles from its mouth. The river is natr\v ""

the latest and best style ; and, to complete his have Ms whiskers-he is impatient." this reason, in all their writings the first thing : boss banker" of the pl:1ce-the landlord, we could relate some romanti tales touching that the banks high and steep, n o'r will ; i:
killing pe sported an enormous they talk of is religion, the due to the' trees, Chaparral and I
appearance Not at all," I replied coolly, I'm in no respect say, bad been tempted by the Syren 110ft of anewcomer subect-s they would be deem. fags,
pair of KEAi WHISKEHS I Of these whiskers, sort of hurry, myself-and now I think of if, ministers of thn altar, &c.; and ( this reasonit in Spence's line, and had given extravagant In a novel, yet i know them to hanging vines and the foliage I have ,1

I Jenks was as proud as a young cat is of her as time must he precious at this particular : was that Worth, the day following his entrance him possession of the favorite room. Spruce, be true. ever seen. Fifty determined men could bav6 i '.1"

tail when she fcrsl discovers she has one. your time, se'eralladies being in waiting fur ( ,dressed himselfin a grand uniform! ,and, who was something of a wag, resolved to be For instance, who would believe that the swept every one of U frdrri the decks as wd t

I was sitting one day in a broker's office, you to escort them to the ball, I believe fll accompanied by his staff went to \Nit our illustrious revenged, and to have his fun into the bargain. true heir of the'last duke of Queensbury, so passed up without our ever seeing an enemy. : J

when Jenks came in to inquire the price of not lake the other whisker to.f1 ghl." prelate. The conversation turned, Accordingly, the next day, alien the new incumbent famous in English life and history, was a native The channel runs cos to the right o t
.1 exchange on New York. lie was invited tosit A loud laugh from the by.standers, and a I as was to be expected from the acute old Yan.I had ensconced himself the "deal. of this city, and born in Beaver street ?II the river, which immediately down O $ '

down and a tigar8.1 offered him. Con. glance in the mirror, caused Jenks to his I kee, upon the law of mortmain ; he spoke of the er's chair," Spence arrived in almost breath. I His mother kept a school in Broadway, on the our decks packed with men. The vessels fre ": j

venation taming on the subject of buying and to the ludicrous he cut open with .impolicy of that disposition, which he designa. less haste from St. Francisville, (the county I site of'Delmonico" Hotel, and the witter wasa quently become entangled! among the branches ,

C selling stocks, a remark 'was made by a gen. his eyes single whisker, and appearance he began to insistlupon ted by the epithets of 'barbarous''unjust' and I seat, about a mile distant from Bayou Sara,) : pupil in her school, and her son, young of the trees, and in Ibis way, about midnight! P

tleman present, that he thought no person taking the whole But all 'injurious to religion' as we ourselves do.- with the news that: the sheriff bad called Douglass I was for a time under-sexton in the several men were swept out of the boats annA
o sell out stock in such and such bank my of my property. This softened the heart of who from the decks of the vessels. Then with th6 .1
, fhould a would'nt! do. I had a right to take it when I : our bishop was upon the military to assemble that night, fur the old Wall street Church. Soon after he was I. ..
at that time, as it must better in few da highly satisfied with the of the aforesaid burning of the blue lights (the preconcertedignal
1 get a }s. chose-I was not obliged to take all at once, andI religion purpose assisting him (secure all the evildoers sent for and went to England ; appeared be. a
** I will se11ni thing I've got, if I can make close to take but half&i that particular peri Vanfcee" J and more, he immediately re. under the hill." The new.comer was fore a judicial tribunal in London ; a question for any.accident) and the rowing ab r '

anything. on it," remarked Jenks. od-indeed I intimated to him plainlythat turned the visit, and did other things of whichI for immediate flight, but the landlord told him arose 8 to the fact of his being an idiot, andit of> the boats, f In thi sepulchral glare fi

t Ob, no," replied one-" not any thing- I was not JOing.o be a very hard credo shall speak hereafter. Not content with "to stay where ho was-it was only some of wa decided that he was "non mn- light t pick up lost, rendered the "bol .
very
., you would'nt sell your WHISKERS !I" itor, and that if he behaved himself"perhaps this, Worth gare orders that all his Rolrliers Spence's tricks to get him off." tis" and for this reason bo did Cp to scene strikingly picturesque and : 1 I

e A loud laugh followed this chance remark. I[ should never call for the balance of what he should pay honors to the clergy ; and dills it is Night came, and not a star was to be seen, | the titlHe was, however, allowed and re. citing from the beginning to the ending of lh&expedition. : 1

I.I Jenks immediately answered: I would-but owed me.When. that we see the crowd drunkards that infestus nor a sound heard, except the rattling of the ceived a house and :2000 pounds a year, for a p

t who would leant them 7 Any person makingthe Jenks became convinced I was determined pay a respect to the priesthood which they silver or the clicking of the checks upon tbe the maintenance of himself and mother, on On the 12th, the squadron,anchored off ihd .
purchase would lose by the refuse to their officers More River Tabasco, and on the 14th, all things be I : r
money operation not to take the remaining whisker, own yet, even faro table, around which were seated some which fund he lived many years. If I wereto :
I'm thinking." he began, amidst the loudly expressed mirthof yesterday I saw, with the greatest surprise, a twelve or fifteen of the b'Loys,who were badly give all the detail connected with the his ing ready, we made sail. The steanier Scoripf '
"\ "Well," I observed, "I would be willingto the crowd, to terms of compromisefirst general, with an extremely proud bearing, stuck,*' and trying in vain to "get even." tory of this afr.ir, hardly be credited,'i on,bearing the Commodore's broad pendant} I.

take the speculation, if the price could be offering me ten propose dollars, then twenty, forty, yield the path and sweep the ground with his Just after the clock on the bar-room mantle' yet there are some old and respectable resident having in tow the Washington and Vesuvius .

"1S made reasonable." fifty to take off the remaining whisker. I cap to a musician of the cathedral, merely because piece had struck the hour of midnight, the of this-city who are acquainted with all followed by the Spiur Vixen, add Scourge; t

t ** Oh, I'lliell 'em cheap," answered Jenks, said firmly, My dear sir, there is no use he was dressed in black." sound of the rolling of a drtftn in the distance, the factstThe towing the / na Strombl Bonita, and Capitaiu .j .

o winking at the gentlemen present. talking; I insist upon your wearing that whis- Ge,,. Scott.-[From the sam letter.]- fell upon their ears. Tho b'hoys wondered late Earl of Casillis was born in the ; Taylor's little 'esel, 3pitfiryitl thd I- t
"
What do you'call cheap, I inquired. er for me, for a month or two." "My letter has been delayed to this, the 31st, what it meant, but none but the dealer had the old house now occupied by Mayor Mickle, for.mcrljr : patent India rubber Camels, JRibg Tl: :I
:. "I'll sell 'em for fifty dollars,"Jenks answer- &What will you take for the whiskers T" he and I use the opportunity add that on Friday least idea of what was going om He imme.diately tbe residence of Mr. Prime ; and some eels over the shoals an obrtioM"throlVri 2' \

I ed, puffing forth a cloud of smoke across the at length asked.V out sell them back last Scott entered with some force, and al. knocked the cards out of tbe box with. years after the peace of 1783, he went to across the river- boat squadron* .1 !.
:l counter, and repeating the wink. to me I" you though I know not positively the number of out finishing the deal, and after redeeming his England a Mr. Kennedy, and succeeded to about fifty in number, towing astern of all,presented 1 i

, 5' Well, that is cheap ;"and you'll sell your Ah," replied I, "now you begin to talkas men which he brought, it appears indubitable checks and packing up his bag of tricks, he the titles and estates of the Ear of Casillis. a beautifbl sight: About undown wd ::1 '' i
left and with
t whiskers for fifty dollars! a business man should. Yes, I bought them that it does not reach 2000. Scott is as greata straightway hied to the landlord's chamber to A young clergyman of of Ogville Frontera, an occasional interrupt; 4
, "I will." Worth if wako him and consult with him what claimed an old Scotch title. His claims were tion from the overhanging branches sweeping i
on speculation-I'll cell them, if I can obtaina hypocrite as not greater ; since, up upon
, Both of them 1" good price." the day following, he visited the cathedral, and was to be done. After hastily dressing him. recognised, but he died a few weeks before the our men'overbn we passed on very gentlyUntil I .

Both of them." What is price !" spoke the same language as the other about self the landlord and the dealer, after tellingthe day on which ho was to receive his patent. d day, when we captured d {
Fll take them! When can I have them 1" your The title of the Earl of in canoe with two Indians, from whom we learn .
"One hundred dollars-must doublo mymont'y. the respect due to the clergy, but his soldierswere b'hojs to remain quiet in the room, opened Lithlinglow, '
w Any time you choose to call for them." ." not as well instructed as those who came the back-door and lent a listening ear towardsthe truth and justice, belonged to one of the Livingston ed that Bruno lay in ambush, with a lag : :

Very well-they're mine. I think I shall ., Nothing less ?" with Worth," &c. point from whence the ominous noises had family in this city,but his claims being for, at tivo favorable positions at points 13 J :
double on them at least." advanced he did not succeed in and 20 miles further Up. at : i
my money been heard. badly getting
Not a farthing fess-and I'm not anxiousto The El tpf
to
Way Conqul'r.-From( Mon. filled with '
I took the bill of sale, as follows : once -
Directly in the distance was heard the soundof ters t
Received of Sol. Smith Dollars in sell even at that prfce. itor Republicano, June 2.rSince the occupation General Alexander) better known were kept aloft on the look-out. placddesignated J "
Fifty "'V ell,I'll take them"he groaned, "there'syour of the city they (the Americans) ha.enot the drum--the single tap, tap, tap, keepingtime a Lord Te ( ;
the first of .
full for of whiskers, to be and doubtless the Earl of point being ;
my crop worn and here, barber, shave off this made the but labor with the step of the invisible enemy, who Stirling was true Stirl a : i
; movement
money slightest .
they
taken of and delivered him ; but his past without interruptiod, we were beginning
by me, to and
care were evidently approaching. Presently, a ing, political opinions the hostility
d-d infernal uhUkcrin less than no time-I to the mind of the .
incessantly
when called for. JENKS." conquer people of the him to feel secure, when heavy Volley opened onus i .
from obtain
loud, firm voice was heard :giving tho word of government prevented I i
shall be late at the ball. and it must be confessed that the
ability from the banks. In instant the i
fire
The of dollars and Jenks his title. an was
sum fifty was paid, command : M Halt I front face i order I ing .
The barber his work and arms
accomplished which show is of t
they worthy being crowned returned from the of the
left the broker's office in high glee, flourish. Jenks was whiskerless Jenks went to with understand Tell off in lections." One, two-one, two- A fewan Ince, a wine merchant, long heavy guns Scorpion .a t
ing five Central Bank X's, and telling all his poor success. They admirablythe known and highly respected in this where Washington, and Vesuvius,and from the small ;
,
one, two-:was repeated, until the terrified city
1 the ball, but before the night was over, Ke ground on which they tread. Thus, in Ja. deck and aloft. Lieutenants '
acquaintances of the bargain he had he resided succeeded his arms on Blunt
great dealer remarked to the landlord there'st nearly forty
Why .
.
wished had'nl- [Reveille.HoUoto and effeminate year
lapa, a city coquettish so to.r..K and Ganesvoort field .
made ia the sale of his wbikkers.Tbe u.j- -.... _..:_u.. ...... gaiMiu ; nero ..** hna&ed. I am going iu. gt my things bother, a baronet ff one.JTTj of.the ti A broker and his friends laughed at me ac. and leave .th.- : 7- -G0 It boots>
Ware.-Tbe following graphic they believe themselves to be in a heretical ) sung-out
One of the and
most intelligent distinguished
1 for beiag taken in BO nicely. Never mind," count of the Texas' flying artillery'used at the ,city, and a fanatical people, and they Keep. quiet, I tell you, replied the landlord and let drive and way tho little pieces
among of the of London merchant for
was a
aid "let those that win tnefe is of time about Mayors
I I'll make to
, laugh ; battle of San Jacinto we find in an exchange show themselves circumspect to humility, and ; plenty yet see about those launches' decks as
in Pearl Wall and dane tea
street
ft profit out ofthos whiskers, depend on it." paper. It beats Ringgold's all hollow : religious to fanaticism. They do not even leaving.". many years near ; fellows fired volley after volley, 1
his who was also merchant in this
a 1ff
For month after this whenever I Shoulder sections wheel partner
a met arms By right
"Sam Houston's flying artillery used at the to The lasted about ted
raise their to look woman, and if thing you.
ff f leaks, he asked 'me when I intended to call battle of San Jacinto was one four pounder, you could see eyes as I do the upon manner a in which (hey -forward march !1" Tap, tap, tap, soundedthe city Scotland, became valued a Baronet at $2,000,000.Sir and left. a estate in minutes ; the big esopt frig baI! "hie I

.. for my whiskers T I lashed with piece of raw hide to the back of comply wjth the slightest practices of Catholicism drum- through the rigging ttd i J
, **HI Jet you know when I want them," was I a Jackass. When the piece was discharged it and would be I Ani near, and near* and neater stilt, Alexander A., of this city, many year most mournful strains h was a melancholy

'f always ray answer. Take good care of them would throw,him forward on his face with such am, at beholding devotionyou the height to which enraged hypocrisycan as The drum came tapping down the hit!. a distiller, is wel known a a member of one feeling, too, (music always makes one sad,) td ]; .
of the in all Scotland.
t -oil them occasionally ; shall call for them force as to detain him in that position until the be carried. They have consumed the The unseen cohort had approached within fie of claims to be standing still and bd. shot at like 'dog and

t one of these days. piece was re.loaded, and as he rose and whole supply of rosaries, medals and other two hundred yards, when \the voice of the com. There in are Great Britain oher byctnzensofthe cases United not see an enemy, and have no place behind f f
A splendid ball was to be given to the brought it within range of the Mexicans, the majider' was heard-"Silence that drum-you estates which to dodge your devoted thought
bagatelles, that are to be found fur sale at the States, that have Come to knowledge, blI
members of the Legislature. I ascertainedthat and the will alarm the rats l before reach their den my the mainm f
match was applied away went animalon doors of the churches ; and it Is an edificationto you but which I do not (eel at liberty to refer to, getting behind ; wo! wo ; i i
leaks was to be one of the managers-he his face and knees, and away went thunder the take the whole Lieutenant, advance with the second division was me there I found a big black r i
see care they to supply of these claimants have declined the Oi
being. great ladies man, (on account of his and flame and death.dealing balls and away world with blessed pictures and scapularies." in the rear of the house, and await the signal as honor some within their reach,for reasons they deem copying the place You \ neg i

whiskers I suppose) and it occurred to me that went the Mexicans, helter skelter. Letter from Puebla. -&-the discharge$ of my pistol-. beforeyou make and and othen not desirous nothing about ray own life, but it would harddistressed ,
are
before the ball took place, I might as well call This was the memorable hollow ware furnished your charge." cogent politic ; my Sally sorely to have been hit ui .'
of observation andremnark.N.
for my whiskers. by the Texas sympathisers of Cincin. ..DEM'S EM." "Second division, forward .march I" were of becoming Y. Gazette subjects Times. th head. Strange to say,but one of our med f

One morning I Jenks In a ba.rbor'abop. nati at the suggestion of Gen. R. T. Lyttle. A pious old negro, while saying grace at the orders of the lieutenant. Tap, tap, tap, $ was wounded, the balls nearly all ping over f
lIe wu adorntzing before a mirror, and comb Mr. Chairman said the General I went the drUm."Silence i
:. am the table not only used to ask a blessing on all taU of 'ai Life.-nye register us. < '*
tog up my whisken at a devil of a rate. conscious that it would be a violation of neutrality he had upon his board but would also petitionto that drum and send the drummerto report Egfa it is ascertainedthat The awning of the Scorpion, t was told, t I

5'Ahl there you are, old fellow," said he, I for us to send munitions of war to Texas. have some deficient dish supplied. One mo instantly, under guard, for disobedienceof men and at 26, live together was cut up pretty badly. The Vesuvius'sides ,

speaking my reflection in the glass.! Come But, sir, we can send them hollow ware.-" day it was known that Cato was out of puta. orders!" shouted tbe captain. on an average in that Country ?years. were pretty well peppered *but for the foresight t
for whiskers, I ?" which followed the Forward, men, steady," was now heard of the Commodore the *
your suppose The yell delight suggestion toes, and suspecting he would pray (or the The widows survive their husbands a little stationing sharp .
!: '*Oh, no hurry" I relied, as I sat down for still rings in my ears.The same at dinner, a wag provided himself with a from the first division. In a moment more, more than 10 year and widowers live not shoer aloft, we must have suffered severely, 5 ?

t a share. hollow ware was sent as well as a youngman small measure of the ic.tgeta.blte, and stole under the commander was seen on the top of'an an. far from death of their wives.- bu they heard of our being armed with the, .
tI Always ready, you know," he answered, to serve it. That piece of flying artillerywon the window near which stood the table of gle of the Levee, dressed in filll Uniform, with When I husband is 40 and tbe wife 30, the revolving rifle, and bad a most awful horror of 1.

I giving. final tie to his cravat. (tbo battle of San Jaciuto. The battle of our colored Christian. Soon Cato drew up a burnished casque and flaming steel," which mean term married life i 21 years 4he exposing the'niselves to its effects. They wert

I f ** Come to think of it," I said musingly, as San Jacinto achieved the independence of chair and commenced t 0, massa Lord shone as brightly from the reflection of the widows surviving 13 years after their hut afraid of raising their beads to take aIm, for -

the barber began to put the lather on my face, Texas; Texas independence led to Texas an. wilt dow in dy provident kindness condeceuto "Janding-lantern) ," as in the noun.daysun. baud's and widowers only five after the fear cf showing themselves l to the men aloffj I !

perhaps now would be as good a time as nexation ; and Texas annexation to war with press cbery ting before us ; and I he pleased: Carry arms! charge bayonets! forward loss of death wives Probably there is no Essential and being shot. This nice little brush w I

another i YOU may sit down, and let the bar Mexico ; and the war with Mexico may make to stow upon us afew ta.tera-aud all de praise" march !1" were the orders given by the com. difference in the laws of life in the monopolized by the three ,eul flamed, ,I II1

ber. try his hand at the whiskers." Zachary Taylor I President of the United -Here[ the potatoes were dashed upon the mander to his men, who were hidden from view Unite States and England ? but should tbe rest being some miles We lear $ .

You could'ntwait with t -morrow, could States. table, breaking plates and upsetting the mustard by the Levee. Bang! went the pistol, and by way of i, that b in Tabasco that Bruno comhiAnded here id j
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you r* be asked hesitatingly.' There's a ball That single phrase hollow ware" accom. pot.] Dem's. em, matsa Lord,"said Ca. off scampered the b'hoys who by Ibis time sexes, by being married encouragement, have a longer lease e person. We kept on Up the rter. ahd arts ;

to-night you know --If pUshed all this besides other and more distant (to, looking up with surprise, "only jistlufTem had learned from the dealer the object of the of lifo than they otherwise would have.- chored at sunow a place Devil'6 _i
To be core there is, and I think you ought results yet in the womb of the future. What down a little easier next time." expedition. Gildersleeve, or the American Medical and Surgical Journal. Bend. Abt hours after, the rest of our .
to go with ft dean face j at all events don't I magic dwells in a single word at time.C ..- Deer," would have been nowhere, had they Boon forces came Up and anchored in line astern !

lee any reason way you should expect to weary t', Adtertiser. Cheap Pudding.-Take two quarts coarse started in the chase. The morning's dawn Bread Stvfs.-" What is the staple production \ this plate we expected the most formidable

whiskers to that ball ; so sit down." corn meul, (the white Southern carol] is best,) found the party in an adjoining parish. of your district of country I" an East opsio& Her 1 is a long reach o a mild t tt i

He rather sulkily obeyed, and in a few Our correspondent Q" is heartily thankedfor a pint of dried peaches chopped into pieces not But the landlord I be was full of game, and earn traveler, the other day, to a young far. r in length. .thd river Barw

moments his cheeks were in a perfect foam of his lines on the battle of Buena Vista-but bigger than large beans, a pound of chopped had to much at stake, to leaVe 1 cowardlyand mer in the Miami Valley, as he was refresh.ing and an obstruction thrown across the br. witl 1

lather. The barber flourished his razor, and a terrible inequality in their length prevents suet, eight or ten eggs beaten up in milk and unceremoniously. He re-entered his himself with a glass of bald face,""while a strong breastwork commandibg it, my I f S

was about to comsaence .operations, when I their insertion. We will, however, give one mix all into a stiff batter, and put in a bag, and house, locked the door, and quietly preparedfor the sag coach sopp to water hear gd "pit rt rJitll pat,. a I thought of
is1deacAaamy) Wul. stanza as a sample :- boil three hours. Eat tbe same with the *-Ost. Presently a tremendous roll of sir, raised on our land about morw. the distress of my Sally,
; ..& p. Mr. Barber." I said "you need'nt Did you ever bear of a place they call Buena Vista kind of sauce like, and will eat any as the drum was"beard under the window, and in seventy bushels to the acre,tate man. should a Mexican pill enter my stomach. AS ; .

shtv. oT those whiskers, just jet." 80 he Twas there Santa a very Anna brave and bis old Kentucky gentleman good a pudding you as ever was you made at such a an instaata4Ur, loud rap was beard a the uftur into whiskey, sir, to say about the shades of e'vr-ning stein Over u we wert i


jVjroia tbe chair |a somttbing very much ic.1.iag The battle wu fought on two days, and.though his up next day, and it will be as good again.A "Tbe majesty of the -"open dor, A hard t4.-** Irish lad complained the a man's leg on board of the Yesd; .1
.. paaaq force was weak or I wI order it t b broken, responded thevoice other day of the harsh treatment he bad received vius. Weopenedthebiggunzonthemagiu,
"This This fine old Kentucky gentleman: who I forgot to cleared the woods of tbe went 'I'
Is I" ho exclaimed.! You "
He said
trifling from his father. !
L. named Parisian blind muulot a
mention was Zackary Taylor, with a tggar.-A man was re be tr. m
landlord. U bed.
?claImed sour wh1akerl-Ub tbem. force oi only lort.fin hundred men,knocked cently walking upon. boulevard of Grand, at The knowing "O beJeuto be mournfully, as ll'I W son by anotb. t .
resist immediately struck and At Lieuts. Hat AIM! Alden weresent t
Ibelleveaminbagarightlodoubep daylight,
t at the lowest estimate twenty thousand Mexicans Paris with hi. dog attached by a cord, when alh ooy. er father and mother.
,
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eases Oi hit own 1 remarked into the middle of next week._ ed the summons ahead some 100 yards sound cd
property o t
twill W Jenks washing klTxace. [Boston Timet. a thief passing, cut the cord and snatched up "110w landlord f Jitfy of- lnomp whit a a iuryotltikest the and examine the l which!
me Spanl obo
the dog I but the blind man, rubbing his eyes, ao' I" b
Atdln,, -'-! : band?'. projecting
tt.t date! *. conrerwtlon tamed A being asked what was meant by gave chase to the scamp and belaboring him L ,i. ".Wall, da (act Jury ob Inkestam seen o o wer.-(
I, the .hI.bt It person cowardly ttseals wtortij ia nigr This was a Dr,'**?TCS
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the whole
L_" wee* the "realities of fife," answered-real with his cudgel, forced him to drop tin dog ; WkaJ becortfl&e soldier*-..are a lot ofellens upon .dead boldly ro a a shower .

**!&tbe streets Kat' .n.ct,,j&out of k,tie aad remark Teaks coold aot real money and real food dinner: atatflij] after whIch be returned to the promenade to they GUst' thrnrked the Iandlord"ro man to find a,weddar he a dead for sIn poured t or from 0, ke
being con- tem t.
: Ids character for moment "
tzmiafly made bjjtfce beyt-M Ttertgouike work.which could be realised- without real resume. a interrupted ,jir.eeS"Wec.," ,. "oar theIr or only playing possum. aad'_ :u.Mt. being in'ad.-




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t.1 .j} *ncr, received UM fire, tererely, wounding wit flips flying: marched into the city to the : where the fundamental I law U i in question; Alaioit t every mail brlogiSts- oorthWg to confirm the necessary teen sjxf mttas" to tosbl* .fc.
P1IEi abandon ourselves the wide of eonjtetwnd
,. ;Iim and several J'.cw.compelling the I nc of I OS git along John.1: O. reach.leg Fl to, ocean hazard'of being the belief ol/the democrats. rrgtrd ti the coone vanes on San Lois rotoR.| that. 1M .Wt SWOT '
expediency and there run the .
I .,!: W. to return to the ressel, 'The order was the public plaza, the men and officers were the tngulphed! with!the noble veatel in which we tail. oCtb whig on th. subject of the Mexican war. Ho noogh of both would shortly arrive; aa4 tttt.j f;

r ten gcthe fcrcealo embark in the boats quartered in tho public buildings arotnH did arrive he fldL-gPff Ba'a.
: given candid: man can doubt the asncrtifapt tbt their course soon as they was determined( t*Bstefa"

I* 1 ;u form into life, three deep in the middleof auar the comf1ndcr nnd suite occupy i Saturday- -July- 24, 1 1. Governor Martin Withdrawn Ac.Th so taft; has been ruinous to the peace policy; of our forward." Sir! -A differs!
h'ue. Mexican hal -
with des. Every
done
)y = rirer. was great gvornmcat *Alabama paper* contain a letter of withdrawal government Beaten overthrown in all quarter (Id indifferent owMther
':' and in beautiful order., Cs.pt.. Buch. left the city.Not an officer of tho Govern: )lr. Adams to* the .* under tbof
,l-atch, Florida Volunteer*., ?.. (rom Got. Martin H a candidate for reeledil'n.TJUaleur. enervated by her own diss.amionsand well nigh ,

.-"", : ; nan wa particularly noted for die] beautiful raant, civil or military, could be found in the We learn with pleasure\ that C ptLiTi.- TuN the contest between CaArMAir,the Democratic stripped of every resource to carry.on the war,Mexico A Washington correspondent Dlt t b.Baltimort Sag 1845 relative

>,: style and celerity with which ho brought hit p1 ace. We were in the city nine days, durnfbih baa made up his company,and it i it expected it will candidate, and DAVIS,the Whig. The tatter yet holds out, obstinately refusing! to listen_ to oar makes the foI1owinresIatiottas !to the opfnisa k U Tax Assessor i

'.t I : division into line ; his men were the best c- \ time nu an outrage was commited be mustered into nice on Jnday Iet.., -All, tbe gentleman hat published an address to the people of offers of peace. Every enterprise of out government by the M old man eloquent" of tbe conteqoeaeet aarf :Tax Assessor an?

41. : .;. "Ilip in the epition.'baeY r Buch. a'mtn, :and private prper. respected would most rol'intecr in wailing requested tob Jorca4tae99 Alabama, in which he declares that parties in the against her has been signally successful _and. every the probable result of the was whit! Mexico t ia October next.
I At assemble -
'i dos fighting rigidly. night at the Capitol Squire on Monday morality from South are becoming to think in one way on nearly all foothold of self-reliance Is removed from under her; "Mr. John O.Adams,jost before U'left UM city po ed that the o&.lector

-1 I \. ;. line, or horsing a miilshipman-this last he together' in squads of a hundred in the which have divided them in all human calculation she till for Massachusetts, held a conversation wit& I frjnjof i are aeparapeisOaiz0bo
what we team,there are a number of from of the questions 1earlgOllt yet, contrary to vociferates
:, t. tt : "l, es beautiful, and nothin' elso. Capts. Mc. plaza, and _!iii their sea songs. Such, music younttl mino on the subject *f the Mttiauv.wfe 'g..*, ci'vda6f'ectIons
(ho a.ljoiniaj of Leon, Jefferson and Wa. bl- He says: loudly her determination to prolong the his views : :
and in
and Adams likewise had bHore been in Tabasco. COlmlts gave freely, sobstsac titejsjrr.
1 zt. :,: : Cluney were .rmarke The ne.tr ladies always a hear this balcony of kulla, "boyi be in on Monday, and that the company 'The iubjecr, for instance of internal itnprpvemeVs straggle, whatever may be her disasters. Why is that the war with Mexico would not end nun Ik* ', the

; to fi;>r the conc. and decision with they csihlbe a large one, and immediately organized by the general government, was at one time this ? We have before shown that it is because she United States had conquered the whole of U. Ifo lair contemplates
it 'r': ',; gave in.tbe confusion that m ist th Spanish; Consul's house regularly every as jyu, all know, fellow citizens, a complete party believed the matter had gone so far that h Wttal dividual to fill boC
oer. and left until the last note was and proceed lo its destination on the Rio Grande. it i is not. You is made to believe by our whig newspapers and orators -
You all know
,. .f necessarily in bringing fifty or sixty evening, never test, Is it so now? longer under the control ol tb Government, w This is rnsttr
a
9 ocur boats into line, in a narrow rive sounded. There are few concerts in the In consequence of the severe illness of one of the know it has lost its relative importance' and that that one M entire party" in this country is opposed that our people would sabjagale. acquire appror of the i
: t\'eh.eaf %Whjs and Democrats' may be found entertaining the to the war, and will soon have the in ate and annex the whole of Mexico. It Revenues
t : the of the This world equal in my opinion lo the music of a second Lieutenants, a vacancy in this .office has oc ; power wa* ka
enemy. i views this subject while they differ on pte that from tbe that different cone
r samy on their hands, that terminate it opinion, moreover war would
own so they can aris
jailors' voice" The all curred. An election to fill this will held according >
hundred
mall merit I think. In advance of all guns were vacancy b the be true as lo a Dank
t. no w anti issue May not same military enthusiasm in this cotrntry.tnding tile), be permitted to prfonnity
,1 '" the "old boss" hcsclf sitting quietly in his put on board: of tho steamersand the forts and previous!to the muster on Monday. Every volunteer of .lie United States, the distribution of life surplus. to their notions. It is the hope of this change pie to prefer military men for all elective ofScetZl in this

_ ;; barge, with his broad pendant flying, forming magazines razed to tho ground. On the 26th attached to the company should bt in readiness and funJ, and, though to a l less extent tho Tariff?" which animates the Mexicans to Continue the contest He was quite certain that for years to come all tor.cessfu throughout the Jsta j

.' the most mark: for the Mexican we left Tabasco. Capt. Van Brunt was left at his post. Capt. L means lo mike some considerable This is mere chaff thrown in the eyes of the peopfc. The boisterous rejoicing over occasional whig successes ] candidates for the Presidency' irttrtbe miLtir

L i hot, and his conspicuous mouth puckering out a if he did a governor. Tho Etna, Spitfire and Scourge demonilratmn, with his company on Monday. This very question of infernal .improvements in elections and the promise that these are men war., connected with or grown out of tbe Mexican will collection be delayed of the anconfusion. 1

I .. care a cent for all the musket bulet in rcmani'd; to hold possession of the place.- We (rust it will b worth .e.ing.; i it flWSbeut being presented lo (the people again in the sure indications of( an early general triumphonlyhelp 'a Mr. Adam has but expressed opinions which j

; Tabasco.10 While forming into line, a heavy Bruno in still in tho woods in command of I tie! Eliminations from the Chicago Convention. The to strengthen this! hope. Under this state of many intelligent men in this country entertain, that I therefore have

I 4 .... cannonading wa kept ifp from the vessels.At .- 1,400 turn, and will no doubt annoy the ves DE Bows Comnereial Iterietr.-We hara received stensiblc object of that Convention. was to con-nlf things they believe, that lo protract Ihe war, i is to Mexico is to be thoroughly renovated' and rrgnm- earliest

:' a signal given from the Cmoor the srI from the river banks. the consolidated. number (or June and Jul!. I upon the extent to which the Government ought to ensure their! final success. They rely upon the whigs our ted,institutions and ultimately, whether brought annexed within to lee or independent influence of opinion at your on the prr c

ceased firing-:the gave aw. ) now, that I have come to the end ofm i is :stored a* uiinl rutli that which ;is useful and ;interesting. go in its appropriations for "rivers and harbors,"but here, not upon thcit own strength. of this Union. If *o, the war will not t be rl-firdtd instruction ttu
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-. -. .. &earer fat shout-700 oars dipped their blades into journey, I will ak a question :-Is il our I 14 emphatically a periodical for the when we see such men among the delegates as Chas. This view is sustained by other authority than hereafter as unfortunate, and will be attributed Ut, per

., : the water, and a thousand Yankee tars stood that these yellow rascals would not stand and South and West'," and i 11 richly I deserving of 3 King, editor of the New York American, Buckingham that of democrats. General Scott found it necessary to policy than to Providence.; Very YourC Respcc

I --- on the banks of tho Tabasco. Goo! I was fight 1h. it our fault that more of us could extensive circulation.The of (the Eoston Courier Grccley fIr the Tribune to disabuse the minds of Mexicans of this

1 thar 1 and my Sally sustained no not get killed or wounded 1 I it our fault! that 1 Weed, of the Albany: Evening Journal, Foofc.of the error which they were led ;into by whig politician The National J U'11 i>.-This sheet! ,which ba denounced -

I -- The Cores were now drawn up in the order Bruno with two thousand men, would not Chicago Convention. DufHtlo Advertiser, Crooks, of the Jf. Y. Express, Another whig thought to aid our cause lecturing; with so much bitterness, "Signal"let

; -.- of march: -tho pioneers and scouting party stand before one thousand: tars and be shot at T The vexed question of InScrml Improvements, it Corwin and Bcbb,(the latter the whig Gon'nor110, a bitter whig paper in Philadelphia, on the mischief ter of Gen. Taylor as a despicable forgery, it considered a <

: commanded by Lieut. Maynard, in advance- And lastly i is it my fault that the President *ecm", i i. asjiiu lo !becom* the prominent subject of while! a candidate' was so strenuous an aOvocatclor of its course, assuring it (that the policy the whigs by tome papers an atretiout iatporition It. ATTa

: then the marines in command of Capt. Edson and Secretary. hate not discrimination enoughto di"clu4lnn among politicians For ourselye we the repeal of all laws which made a distinction on was delaying the success of our cause. And now.we self. The Brooklyn Eagle sass of it- To N. P. BEJUJ

.. -,. then the old boss and suite, with his broad discover my merits and promote: inc. are glad that somtthini; can tic: trumped up to relieve account of color,) of Ohio-when we see these men have the authority of another whig, whose wonderful II There ire some rich developments to cows t*. Sir-In your's
the mind from audi constant' study of war fore longof the why,and the how,and the what for
of Mackenzie exploits in Mexico has given his name an imperishable ,
artillery Capt. in that Convention, Ihere is no mistaking its
we Tax
whether "a
: say
pndant-tho EXPLOITS 01* CAPTAIN WALKKR. question1)a< ha< been required for month* p.I*t. 1 he of the establishment! of that journal at Washington.
.. in division Forest : renown, which gives confirmation .
two by Cajrts. H troop-Ifi* objects and doingof the Chicago fur character. They are all federalists, and contend for as It has no more authority to represent Gen. TutorIhan toy, or a Tax Ass
and Breese. tho ambulance Letter from 01'If Captain a/6 Convention proof of holy writ," that the democrats are not mistaken "
following
to
: party Efj>loitstfi'h; the ( /.-Tit ttTroi nish a little of the spice .f variety; and, as we haTe internal improvements by (the General Governmentin a satyr represent Hyperion. elected in Oct >he

; after, to pick up the killed and wounded. And M. name-Propett$ of peace, ., not been, ;idle! : "f Ihe will (the mOt unlimited' sen-sc. S it is with the other on this point. In answer to the welcome given Perhaps the same reason induced the establish 1815 ; or in oh

now you should' hate been here with your notebook We have received another interesting letter spectators uf ti in!c\ne. we dropour 'juelii-ns upon which Mr. Davis says Ihere is an him by Ins fellow citizens in St. Louis, Co) Donphan !- ment of the Whig" as that given in a pro>pertvsfor contemplated the
reulcr sonic our iu> "rn repaid to it.
: to gather a few scraps ai they fell from from I 1)). J. f,., of Baltimore county, to his bro. approximation by all parties in (the South. There is uses the following language : another whig paper at the Capital a year or M only one.
not be to 'tatc Hut hid the
I .'. Jack, when hitching him up to the artillery ther, which \ull he Hn.lto. contain matters I may ali l'loliJ not a Wins editor in the South but has opposed the .. It ;is not for me, fellow citizens, to discuss Ihe ago, to wit-" The whig parly want a paper ia W *b. By the 3d see.
; dijtmguNhul honor of !being represented' in timeConvention. merits of this But it is natural that for
; I have often been called one, 1 war. one,
I a Jackss sijs ofconsideialile'i.iterctPinoti! : DenocraticTariff of I ISJC' and there is not one but ington which shall not always take sides apiiut live to elections, i|
but little did I think mother' son In its proceeding* we find the nime of' should say something in relation it. It is a strange
f: be called to my fill the place of one woul!- : ;, (Mexico, June 1), '17. Joicv G. CMP d!a d'-legite! : from this $' :and insists that (Ihe Tariff vf 1SU worked better, and war ; when first commenced, it was denounced by a its country." That proposition met with little fa. first Monday in'

'. ever upon Dear Brother-Wo have quite lately been .tt was of more advantage lo tic. country. Is there a large party in our country-the party to which I belong vor-Ihe whig seeming perfectly satisfied tabs represented two years thereat
t( about 300 yards brought us out of we find further, tint he :,1.1, tliro'i )h bun, the State:
Marching engaged in si eral very dangerous scouts, -at Whig but denies that theT.riffof IS.1C has been in- -as a war for political purposes. But when by the Intelligencer. each election prcctton
: the woods into an open space ; the anJ 'were signally hunontl by Iii. grass be these : o
least they might ?o cowardy dogs strum nlal in advancing (the price of cotton, or pro- for One Sheri
,. to our arm pits, and an occasional it* Vice 1'rcsidcnK' What: ;authority Ill had to act find that men of all parlies. -the opposcrs and the advocates -
:: fags up were not :so easily frightened at the talismanicname : iluci- of any description ? and did they not contend -the accusers and the accused-were ready The Chinese Junk rT E't4.-This curiousu t Tax Assessor and
& to wada through, rendered our advance as the! rerr''nl.tin from I'loriJ we do not know.
-. of, Walker-a few only which I have: (hal .the law of 1S12: was very beneficial, and that to engage in the war, to rally under the same stand- has arrived at la-it. and proves a greater wonder to ty Commissioners
We had before Jieard his
and laborious. We had nut ( 'I l
4 : exceedingly painful tine to relate, as I am writing by candle-light, < appoiutmel'',1or the was under its sway ? They ard, to tight in the same tented field. What spectacle the New Yorkers than (be sta-scrpent to the cod- The expression
country
ten field pieces dragging after us, with twenty did we 110'that our State was lo be represented' at prosperous for the people of the Old World to gaze upon!
nrich from the Collector" is
fatigued' sleepy lo's fishers. She is described in of tbe Tax
:. .. rounds of grape and cannister, yet our tarsnever very ant all. However, we suj;>p<''s the Contention was atlafled now talk as though a Tariff has no influence upon Men who were engrossed in the strife of political come paper asbeing
of three nights' rest, and the train i is now all but that the built in the shape of a whale boat, 150 feet -and is rendeied
I: flinched,but dragged them through muck i with his credentials, and it i is not to bcprekU- the industrial' pursuits at unexampled prejudices were willing,like Roderick Dhu and Fitz;,
here on its way to Jalapa, and is the only prosperity" with which our country is now visited James, to lay aside those prejudices for the time long. breadth of beam 25 feet and 12 feet bold.- heretofore the off
and mire until them in the Plaza ,
nied that lx lv should
we planted a so enlightened
chance I iniy have for some time. b wanting Ihc and in when a common enemy was to be enaged-to renew Her stern has a rise from the deck of abont 30 (set. Tax Collector iu
is ( result of unexpected causes, so on
in Tabasco. As neared dense .
: '. we a chapar- in all circnmpeclion.As .their dissension, if ever, when should be re-
proper peace
We attack with inhabitants. differe
towns 5,000 regard to I he other quest'ions spoken of in Mr. Davis She ;is built entirely o(teak wood,and is vety strong. charged by
rcl the woods the Mexicans stored. Fellow-citizens. I wish that the
skirting opened to (the CUD'eltion itself' we have !had but one same patriotic
: on us again. Capts. Mackenzie and( Buchan On W(Wednesday last wo went on a scout of this its address., It is true, perhaps, (list; t (the United States feeling had existed in the councils of this na Her masts,three in number, are of teak wood. She intention of the G
opinion as to There ran be no do'ibt '
kind to a town calet Kinconrula, there were purpox-s. Rank now be considered an "obsolete idea," but lion. I wish that Mexico could have seen the same has latinc sails. Her rabies are male of bamboo, sec. of the Elccuo
nan immediately: brought forwanlhe artillery, but into it at as to the fact, that the likes. and w.ter, rivers require may unanimity, in in t he of hid old
our people prosecution the law
and the sixty 1'1 us-we charged a run, if the Win, party in the South have abandoned the and anchors of wood. Her cabin i it SO feet long 23 in si
opened on and improvement. While some are for indiscriminate ; war, that they have seen in our forces in (the field.-
and in life such should be clecte I
you never your saw a scampering feet wide and feet with
9i high painted of
infantry advancing and tho fire at notion of the distribution rf the proceeds of (the! I recollect well the impression made on mind, designs
I returning by Ihe General Government for my
:r the same tim About this time the word ran among the coirardf. This place wastwenh' approrri'ioO silts (.f the public sales it is .the first ;intimation we on one occasion,when an express,sent by me to Gen birds, beasts, &c. In the after part of the cabin is a both of these offi
: that and otliTi for leaving the altogether
:-1 along thc line that tho was advancing miles from Perote. \'oltf there at purpose mller: have .cen of it. The Whig Convention of Georgia Wool, brought me such stray papers as found their large case, containing one of their principal godueti- reference to the 6
enemy 12 o'clock, to beat a ) ere some with the Sah' -and ot hi r!again for discriminating way to General's camp-the latest dates were of of 9th art. and dum
the right-the field trained up swamp which recently assembled at Millcdgcville for the es,having 30 arms and hands stretched out. She is ,
on pieces were on local and tntion.il the 20th November had
between -consequently we seen
mule drivers had been murdered. Before we improvement. Election Law coj
them, and in the act of firing, whcn.'it discovered ptirposeof nom i nat i fI;a camididate 'torGovernor,voted nothing of the proceedings of tbe lat session of decorated with, watches flowers and other offering ,
arrived the with three four and making appropriations only for the latter and
at place wo met or ; The "Tax Asses
'... I to Lieut. with his not to put out a confession of faith"' -thinking, no Congress or of the President's messace. The first The vessel contains a large number of other curiosi
b MJnar pioneers Mexicans and with them of the who important ait M to (the integrity of (Ihc Constitution
one men the 3d sec. of 1st
: returning from expedition five dou'jt! as they said, that their principles were too thing I cast my eye upon, was a speech of Mr. Cor- ties. She has three windlasses-one amidships very
.. ; was with the murdered party. They had tied and the financial a dir of our go\'cnmenllhat win,of Ohio, denouncing the w ar,and those engagedin the parts of the h
large the anchor the bows heave
to to
one on
seconds later and they had been dead well uuderatood by the people to need rc-afllrm- get up ;
men.- him and went in pursuit of the other two, and the true doctrine of internal improvements should any it, as little better than a band of robbers. Gen Assessor and Coil
Tho Mexicans retreated before us we ad. in;. In 1.I 11 1, they were for (lie tariff of IS 12, distribution tlemen, winter shower bath would have been plea.sant the heel of the rudder to the stern post; one astern
a while they were absent he untied himself with be ascertained and stilled, and this conflict of opine the .
'. : vanccd, keeping up a running fire, but rarely and all the long chain of Whig measures compared.with,my_sensations on reading it-. to have the rudder out of the water. She is painted same person.If
; his and told where ion silenced that
: teeth for
it not the
escaped. They us we clearly sec was discharge
showing themselves. It was impossible to 'c contended for by their leader, Mr. Clay. Tho freezing, chilling !: Such speeches might han- outside white black bends from her stern to her fore
,'" the murdered' men lay. We marched forwardin any such object (ll.c Convention met. The delegates! people been deemed patriotic ;in the United States ; but son and Tax Cull
them for the marshes and rigging, from tbe fore rigging to her stem red. Has
I charge understood what their principles were then and
chapparral ; double quick time, and when we arrived went there predetermined in (their views;, and toadOI.t place yourselves where we have been, and endure were incompatible
there was no means forcing our way through for the want of more light, must regard the doctrines what we have undergone, and (then imagine our sen- nine ports on a sidepainted white with black streaks
at the there they enough. M for the views kate under the
lay
sure measures inculcating
.. swamp ripped same upon eq
"- the woods, the undcr-growth and Iriar vines, of 1S41 I as (the doctrines of 1817. But here is ,Nick sations. We were in a city numbering in populationat and has two eyes,one on each side tbe rodder.
entirely naked, and chopped and mangledin others. They wenf'there to give a prominence to least times our force, and surrounded by in the opinion hei
:, snakes, scorpions & other Tc Davis declaring there id no difference between twenty Her rudder is so constructed as to ship and unshipat
I .. the most t horrid and savage manner. The this subject above all oilier political (questions ; and par- enemies on all sides. We had crossed the Sierra ceire no such rest
it perfectly VVo struck will in a short time. Capt.Kellett states that she
impregnable. now in. tics in the South tbeseqtJcstionii. Cut 01.1"Nick"is .
who said there 70 oldie on Madre, anti found, when we had arrived at Chihuahua
: man escaped were mur. this. according to our belief, was the main object of if tea* lAs inttnti
:. '.- to a footpath, which wo kept until wo got in derers each manned with and hatchet well named. He is up to these things lie wishes that we were looked upon as little better thana is a very fine sea vessel. She has been perfectly 'light
a pistol the Convention. tt was party poficy which dicta. to consolidate the
:. :. sight of Tabasco. band of robbers! Fellow-citizens, the the Her cost ( Her
to run with the fox but will bark with; the hounds. speeches on passage. was $73,000. crew
: and that they went into a ranche or town som ted this movement piece of whig tactics which which are made in opposition to this war, said to into one, and to giv
1'.i :: ; ;. It was with the greatest difficulty that (he He was once a Jackson man, and opposed to the are consists of 40' China men and 10 Europeans.for .
I. ". distance from here. We returned to It. and assumed the appearance of a national movement for emanate from the peace party ; but I say that theyare cer to the people ol
t '. artillery could be and but for the in.domitablo .
0. got along, whole creed. but is what he
: : made them feed us and our horses, and at 1 national purposes. Let us explain. Whig now just exactly made by those who aro postponing the peace When the intent
:. energy and of tho confesses himself to be He eternally !" the Floridian.
political
of o'clock in the into this -a nobody.
prsc"crauco morning charged ran. The time is fast coming when the two parties will not clearly exprefa
:
S. fcer commanding them have cho and took! d 1 of them. I sent does not avow himself a Democrat, and repudiates These are the words of a man who is now spokenof CELEBRATION IN WASHINGTON COUNTY.
was have to put into the I field their respective candidates to the reasons or r
tho road. e'cr.
But beforo
; such fellows
on Buchanan as round the search of tkulkcrs-found for President. The whig are at a loss for issues to Whiggcry; and we most sincerely hope that his defeat as a candinate for Governor of Missouri. lIe has .'[t"8. Editors-Having been ranch pleased with actuated the law-cl
Mackenzie
.. Perry, Gansevoort and several-two of them were ploughing with ox. go into the contest with. On Iho. tariff they can: say is a foregone conclusion." been among the Mexicans. lie knows their feelings the mode in which the Fourth of July was celebrated that the General!
it use-the
.., 'nlunt was no bowed their chapparral devoted heads fell back, en, and I drove them from their plough!, think. nothing. The act of IS 10 has given pros. and their purposes. He has been in the camp of General in Washington county,!send you hasty sketch of the different persons
the
;: :. bull fags hounds" ing at tho same time, twenty of them wouldnot perity to the country' thereby falsifying uO\olc all their HOD. Mr. Giddings on Whig Character. Taylor. He knows his views, and the views of proceedings, that the readers of the Floridian may county to fill the m c

.. and frogs bloody and the : (not nouns) drive me from mine in old Baltimore coun. predictions of" ruin" and they cannot hope to mislead distinguished whig recently made a speech at the officers and soldiers around him. lIe has felt the know in what manner the citizens of this quiet cono- of Tax Collector

\ '' legs hopped wagged away their, tails and tad-poles exclaimed having" no ty. Wo marched just our own number [19] (tho people on li.I1. "lion-so palpable i is the Concord, New Hampshire. He took occasion as bad effects of whig speeches, and has had occasionand ty noticed tbe rot_rn of the birth of American Free Ions and wealthier

t. 'S. arc ,dead tad-poles," and the artillery we into thu castle, priou rs. This was about fact to the senses and experience of every one. On Usual during the course of its delivery to descant opportunity to converse with others in regard to dom. of either of these

passed twenty miles frm Pucbla. some length the Mexican war. the manner in them. More than this. he has read those speeches Notwithstanding the nnfavorablenrss! of tbe weather scarcely sufficient
.: ., along. Our march now for two or three miles la the Dank question, li I hey can say nothing- J llverv: upon
was uninterrupted by the appearance of a Mexican We here crossed a prairie, and if we saw daj's observation condemns iheirdoctiine! of the necessity which it was brought on, (the objects of its continuance with his mind biassed i ij\ favor of tho party from on Saturday the 3d! inst., about two hundred citizens qualified person

: .p but the readaidc was strewed with car. one wolf: we saw five hundred. You may of such an institution.' As to (tic war question &c., kc. He spoke also of the next Presidency which they emanate. Under all these circumstan- assembled at the residence of Mr. William Miller in the smaller c
think this an exaggeration, but I do not believe stances his opinion is entitled to more than ordinary in Holmes Alt and classes:indiscriminately could be conferred
tridgcs, bcd*, and other indications they aro afraid !1z> rely upon that for success."Conscience .- in connection with it, and at this point he Valley. parties -

:! .': people moving hucrscks in a hurry. Scouting some it would bo if 1 was to say there were ten whispers into' their cars that if they lean discussal the attempt lo bring Gen. Tavlor out as a weight. We set it down, not simply as his individual met, and mingled together on this occa less would such i

.. times that number, such howling, snarling candidate. Here he bitter and opinion, but as an opinion confirmed by the observations sion. The only exception to the generality of the abilities of a ca
distance in advance of the main body, the pi. fir a upon t that it willb. a broken reed to them ; and was exceedingly graphic -
:. t and clashing of I never heard. handled how have been and belief of all tho.se whcm he has met in attendance was occasioned by the absence of those wou
oncers suddenly came upon a large party of hence they endeavor: make amends 'for their denunciation and ( whig.yho so consequence
1 had a full view to.day of Mount Orazabah, the army. He could not have failed to talk over a boisterous and Gen. Rum, counties the office
". the enemy waiting in a close chapparral to of tho war, Lv their adulations of (the hasty in (this matter without gloves. He draws a pugnacious personages

.. I- -- -" it-_* Aftvim.nlcharged ttf J \)op iJfffc is.always, .r-int of cove land nra I wim ever snow csr'cct to "CO t .J.i"! ; mci'M who arc eng.s...! in it. UPVlnSlo I.lUn .?..-,. .-r---' r._.-.' ..wl f.Ltu._ ...m AM* ii inflames matter of such vital importance to his country' when Col. WhiskeyMaj. BrantiyCapt.Ginand the whole filled by the most
; : : in upon them in gallant style and ana Irotn Here is in the camp ot '1 ay lor. He must have learned what
'- its it is several and sink! the party which conducts the war while ofli'ing light. it Stauof spirited individuals attendant on these officers of the State atlec

;: routed them out-and now you should have The appearance water here is now cold it feet make deep.. they avail themselves of all its glory by making a Those Whigs who have get up this movement in the experience of that division of the army was I who, by common consent, had been expressly consolidating the

:. been here to hate seen what a Texan would teeth ache so wi your whig President of its creates' Cttirrrfl. Stung' with favor General Taylor, knowing him to be in favor With such opportunity of forming a correct judgment omitted in the otherwise public invitation ; even be entirely differe J
ani 1
:" i of in the among thtp of extending' slavery, men of '
call tall al are de-perate political
a specimen walking the Mcx. how becomes his when he
language
potent ,
consciousness; Wine then be sufficient
mountains a of the duplicity' of (his ouurs-e, and Adjutant and Aid-de-camp Cordial bad been [
they number of fountainssome fortune, who have become anxious to share in the
icans and the any
running pioneer after them.b .- fearing its effects them anxious says that the speeches made in opposition to the war refused seat at the table. Although destitute of and the service -
of them ornamented in the most beau against tiny are to spoils of office ; they are men who would sell their a
The )yellow rarrnints seemed to think that they tiful and! manner. bring sonic other available question "l'ollihe political paititfieir country ami their Godfor an ephemetal are made by those who are postponing the peace the stimulating presence of Ibis hilarious set, the best qualified per

: : were losing to much time in their feet touch. The fanciful San Juan i is arena. III(liii dilemma, t they have chosen to lrutheir turrets ; or to enable them to bask in the tunthine eternally!" What a melancholy picture of their conduct company enjoyed themselves with much cheerfulness be had. In adopi
not [
.: \. ing the and ground so oel 81 they picked them, drop in'the bucket, to this castle comparativelya Perote. fortunes' the question of Internal' Improvements the intelligence of Kxecvtirc of faror.the people.They have They underrated believe the :I Im"w' does this present to (the papers and orators who I and were evidently in good humor with themselves Assembly was dof
.; we soon but cloud of !
". "- : up a Some say it covers ::50 acres, but I think len ; and the Chicago. Convention' was intended: to f to bf nt politirnlly corrupt as those who seek have so madly denounced the war and with each other. The wives and children of the or similar reasons
: white specks in tho distance liko coat tails to mislead them. Time will demonstrate We trust that the whigs will soon be taught the The constructs!
forth their
would be nearer the mark ; and as for; strength put prominently I that' question. er- citizens enlivened the scene with their presence
: iu the wind. "
shivering Majnard's runners I could go into it with; one hundred men and It is not hard to 'ev that there i is gr..atlact( in Ibis. ror. error and wickedneSs of their way. So much strong confident that nothing would be heard or seen by the 3d sec., art
:.. are of no contemptible dimensions, and he soon The West has hi'h local What will MM. Grundy say to all (his ? Is it not t testimony crowding upon them ought to break down by the letter and
bid illtul."t
:. defiance to Meitco. The Mexicans would a t ill these improvements which female delicacy or timidity would be alarmed,
: : : left his own men astern, but be snail iiinnislakcablo indication that the
was a
fa an move in favor and shame the opposition of their minds. RespectfuNoble
: have made: a Klnnd here, but they had taken and it is also strong political influence. It or childish innocence contaminated.
alongside tho Mexicans. There were enough of Gen Taylor does not meet wilh i
a hearty should also be
Their attention called
: of all their; guns to Cerro Gordo, tfure to bo de. can control an immense vote for the rrcsiJencJ'The" .- responsefrom to another The Declaration of Independence was read in a
them have
to eaten his little force num. (the northern and "
up western ? Time will
: 0 boring but men, and halfofibem armed stroyed. Oh you yankces.." of (the North proffers an alliance with whigs portion of Col. Doniphan's speech Speaking of very appropriate manner by Dr. JOHN M. WOOTEK, Aet.lCharleston I

:. with thirty last brush I sometimes sec the newspapers from the all those in the We,t who wish to have the government Icinonstratc. thode who have been lost in this war,he says : "their after which an Oration was delivered by G. L. Caotsr steam
was our and
; to.
: : .- wards aCI.evening the advance guard came, in States, and it is quite" amusing to see your imptovc (heir rivers and make (their canals, Whig Ktntlmcnt. \. Bolts, of" head him friends will have the consolation knowing"that which was listened and responded to by the at- Hicos, (of Tails

: : sight of the fort commanding the approach to speculations about peace, and .accounts' from knowing that many democrats belong to this class, or die" memory sent the following toast to a Whig 1 I they yielded up their lives in a patriotic cause. If dience in a manner highly gratifying to the feelings passengers, in ca
the arm ." What is the of" I and the promise is that their wishes shall be attended this be so,then the war must be a just one. It must
use lug given of the Orator.
the land cry peace
: and fe
..:'. city by water. I have never seen amore festival in Philadelphia which was no doubt drank lo go oa board,
when thrreJs no I tell to. They thus unite. At tho sessional be, not Mr. Polk's war, but the righteous. war of the
in and
t f ,- : commanding position-constructed on a peace. you your sheep next with uproarious applause :" The company then adjourned an orderly probably have be

:. } blufl) taking in a Jino of the river one milo and I had just as wel try to form n treaty of peace Congress an effort will be made to pass a bill agree. The Mexican War and the author of mischief country. Will the whigs deprive the friends of the quiet, though unceremonious manner, to the table, sence of mind u uOwasman

; i :. 0 half long, exposing our tassels to a raking with the There is no more depcndanco ing with' the avowed purposes of the Convention.It .- 'hnt' protluccd it-The first unnecessary, wanton and fallen of this consolation ? Will they persist in arguing where a plentiful and well-prepared repast was ( Josep

; .' fire tho whole distance. In the fort they mounted to bo placed in these treacherous, blood-thirsty will be made in the expectation of drawing another wicked ; the la't, tselfish disingenuous usurp to those friends that their lost ones were murderers spread. Good cheer and good humor equally abouq- and rescued him,

1 .. three long 32s, three heavy field pieces and hounds, than thero is in a rabid dog. They veto from the President', and in tbe btlief that ing. If .the next Congress is true to itself' arid the and robbers If this be whig rapanygreat; ded : some regular toasts had been prepared, and We feel proud at
it will the and
arrest war, vindicate Ihe
country
: :- -. ; a heavy 24-pound carronade, and the fc'cor. will reach out one hand to grasp yours in that veto will exasperate a large I'ortiun of the democracy Constitution ; by means tritely provided for great cause hue they to glory in being all the refinement some volunteer ones were introduced, which wera Savannah Rio

( : -:,, pion and Spitfire camo around tho A bend of the friendship, and with; tho other plunge the a.lMio' I of the West and diivc them 'from their par. purposes, by men who know the value. freedom"" and decency" party Strange indeed, arc the drank off amid general hilarity, and with mica gut

r river they opened on them from the fort with stiletto to your heart. I have seen so (ir. After these cspet led results, they will next Immediately after the above, the following should ways of a desperate party in brimming glasses, not filled with Maderia, Cbao- Multum in Part

: grape and shot. The two little steamers I much of(heir treachery, that I hate them all year go before the people' of the West, professing( unlimited have been given : paigno or Sherry, but with such pure, cool, and lag in Pembroke,
) run ./1 Parallel.-The N.Y. Post (the Charleston
4_ camo steadily along, paying more attention I collectively. rIhel not only murder and rub sympathy with I hem, and using all (their i ingenuity General TA W>R*" sentiment" .\'o one can "'p. (says sparkling liquor as that in which Adam drank t tO warning the pecploner's

'k t steering clear of the shoals than of the shot. : their victims, they chop their bloody corp. and eloquence (to convince them (that (the port ore who opposes the tear-he'* worse than a Patriot) has been drawing a parallel in the way of Eve's health at their bridal feast-a liquor mock Jury in Etij
| sos into fragments, and scatter them to the four democratic JJ rit(7I." Plutarch, between Xenophon and the retreat of the ion that cast4ron
is to (their
party opposed and
rro Scorpion coming up first opened fire as prosperity, more in vogue in the Antediluvian days I ban in soodr
winds of heaven. Would but The lion. Mr. Bolts must have been the distinguished ten thousand Greeks,and Col. Doniphan and his expedition The Archduke Cat
a obstinately refuses lo aid in -
any their
abreast, I ho / joining in ; the savage improvement, errs times, but which it is hoped is once rote w
f %. ae go Spittr foe commit such acts of violence to Virginia who of Missourians. The parallel ill not so bad Vienna IeavnJ
the Whig" wrote to Ihe Intelli
decency, pointing to acts of that ill ,
I ; grape fairly soon drove the enemy parly uppoMtioo, under ing into fashion, under the familiar name ol Wter-
':. from their raintJ fire slackening, and CpL.Bigclow to say the least of itl? But our gallant captainis constitutional scruples lo internal improvements gencer that we ought to withdraw our armies (rom as some we lately have seen. Xenophon travelled At a suitable hour the separated after debts) of seven anT

guns made of the right material to with Mexico, and her for all (the she from Babylon to Cbr'spolis.hich li a distance of company Dudley Stttajparte
has
I :. thinking| the fort silenced, put on cope to sustain (them ; and, in this way, they hopeto pay expenses having enjoyed a day of unalloyed and peaceful Lady

I :', steam and passed on up tojbe city, when the them. Even his name" is equal to a host, gather up au overwhelming vote in favor of their incurred in (this war" We believe it is a fixed l about 3TXX miles in fifteen months and got home cheerfulness the absenrt of tk died at Roc
no ono
regretting
: : : firo re-opcned fromJhe which the and wo can't coax even a decent fight out of candidate for the Presidency. We firmly believe fact" that (this blustering traitor is to be the whigSpeaker with the loss of everything except the lives and the ; xtl. Manuel Godor,
Spitfirereturned military alluded to before,as being
I- ': most gallantly)for in driving them. l. J. L. lila wa Ihe policy of the Chicago convention ; and ot the next House of Representatives weapons of his soldiers. Doniphan travelled from dad from personages the of the day. AX1CSt raised by royal fa
tem ahouhLhappen to have in that Missouri to the mouth of the Rio Grande, over a arrangements Spanish a j
t prince
: this
from their Scorpion, at this on account wo regret that many prominent a majority body. thai apes.lie
Steam-Tim article to some it seemed to be discovery
gnL. Farming by leading a new
2.e: of tUe dcmociatu their route of more than 6000 miles accomplished the cruel worthless cj
I *: laridjng a ; men ,to lake possession of tho London Agricultural Gazette, May 8, yielded countenance to it, thoughof Another Ticktl.-A new paper printed at Plaquetnine in twelve months, without cither day, at a public feast, there coold be pl aor and ,
::; : the town, ana :.thinking. In the fort that course, under lIme belief that its avowed journey money or to Spain after 40Houseley
they (son the employment of steam in farming, to objects Louisiana,called "The Rough and Ready," supplies living the whole time on the and enjoyment without the whiskey botlk. Lit all welf'' 61ibnMreel

;- $ were about to I attacked the rear, prepar which the editors are favorable, considering were its only objecls. proposes for President,Zachary Taylor, and for Vice three battles, achieving in each enemy wishers to the cause of good moral imitate, is (his aged
.P/ to limber t fwld : We do not doubt but that those fought a victory. Loud.degmesnsj (
; up pieces.when it a more docile and Ia costly power than who were at the President William O. Butler, of Kentucky.The he home respect the example of the citizens of'HVl .
Xenophon, after got wrote a history of his )
; 4.. ; ler landed with-a farce from the Spitfire and either horse. convention are sincerely in favor of"Internal Improvement New Orleans Bulletin TEMPOUNCR wrHu
man or Every 100 acre. of ( Taylor Whig paper.)
expedition which is now a classic work, and has for county. bell
gallantly rushed the hill will rang alit
when and their utmost
the exert
up t boan ploughing involves the passing over li. .to carry wished this new enterpriza; God ipeed." Other
: fled 1,00 (the last two thousand been read with admiration become &inl and]
years
enemy leaving two of pieces near miles, by 100 consumers of food. Theycalculate them forwarded; but what can they expect to accomplish Whig papers, hO'A'eerla1 they will have nothingto Fly Stcarms.-Cincinnati and its tieinfty *M tails
I behind limbered for off. He then this time while Mr. Polk ( by civilians and soldiers at least by those of Shepherdr i
moving is
up at president of a
the
saving by steam on plough- do with any such arrangement. The Richmond troubled with immense warms of flee,
the every them who can understand Greek, and all that Doni- AtelydAnktwoi
and hoisted tho m mlGd1
lii
'S. the
.pike guns American ng at $1 per acre, or $100,0,00,000 on Clearly nothing. Then, why convention now, Whig take another view, and says : "We know of dark brown color, and about one ICh
a has to do is to write narrative his f7un
Lee of
and Bigelow of the have phan a expedition an
I Cap Spitfire I many acres. except for the design we pointed out? no fairer ground of compromise (than this ticket affords [ length. They In masses of m11 OColy
-y. and & acquitted; themselves most creditably views the also, to make a parallel between these two wor- appear fnie
Ai to avowed of theConvention
our
cwud.
,, A known economist upon objects for those who think that parties are a nuisance, and present the appearance of a black nouace.* that
he
lliesetrero the only vessels the shoal- \ei politican says :- do ties of ancient and modern times complete. We can
we nut propose to say anything now. and therefore noticed ia $Of*
they to be The
abated. The In
; '*t4 nets of the water would admit We pay best, those who destroy us- ought editorof hardly hope that Doniphan will write as well as Xen- same phenomenon l&flypolhica.li'OOperce
: coming up at frt We need only uy that, with the democratic party,
the and of Indiana.Wellington.
Rough makes Gaa
1k ( the time .fhp< wheel.ho. of the Scorpion generals ; who cheat us-politicians wo adhere to a strict construction of the 'Constitution character of his Ready no avowal of the ophon, but we claim as a set.ft' that the Americanhas parts oma
J politic
and Spilflro w r driven in by the a1oto and quacks ; third, those who amuseussingers on all questions of this snrt, believing this to be fought better than the Grecian, and this will .-In the parith registry O f 6t* been

? wI paddles .bere wheel shot away, and I those who instruct and musicians" ; and least of all, the trnedoclrinc ; and Jhat. the General Government Tfooptfor Gen. Taylor.-A fins body of troops, make them equal. Peter'i Parish, Dublin, the regisuy 01 f 1h obtained.

Tl4 men ,'oe. With us. should do nothing it it- clearly I ejnpowered to do, 1000 strong, (rom Indianna,recently passed through ( -Tbe editor of the New OiIesM'pella has seena Duke of Wellington run* tkos r Arthur,** ** Dick, whcrimoTing.

the ,s.inceofCapt.( crQe .the t Doctor, can you .eat that ho oyster soup make no improvementr'jt is D.Ot".'without i t doubt, New Orleans on their way to the stat of war.. They gentleman late from the camp who'was' told by of the Earl and Counter of MorningtoBbo' ." a' Wj

,Eta tmJScourgo were *ubVeqgcaily roh"with impunity I" k No, Joe ; I always cat.i. authorized to make, upon the.princfpU that it is compose the 4th .Regiment of Indianna Volunteer*, Gen. Taylor that" be had just received advices from April 30, 1780.". Usual/U! Duke' lhirtt- 1 find\cheape]

'WM4 met th bar. We now fore into a, "with a better, in CAMS of do.uhf. to be on (he safe side, I and are ordered to strengthen Gen. Taylor's column.' Washington by which. was satisfied that the Go- day has b en[ celebrated oa the idol Mij'. tooting, than it


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t Yu.Aaa..n are also Collector From Mt Al'OT Kcayvne Eztr t2t.'d.. "- ---.- -'- -- ---
of Mexico.Nose & ;
trfctlfctr city of 6 letter we -
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hv Notice; By the PR itorthe--tlBlk4
t ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP
M'EJIrf-LA. about : .
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CoimoLLCB Ornct, t TER FROM VEttA CRUZ. teen mention DDliln th 'H Jil. .t a. rJ1IJE firm of ft H.Sewtrd Jt Co"and* ICirktey SiftttsvTN

Tallahawe July 7th. 1347. f Th steamship MTvfm arrived at this position ofthe Mexc't 1, .:< [ '. : X Jt SewanT*u this day dissolved by mutual coo.ent. .
port '. ', ; James Kirkaev it authorized to settle all bu.
Jjofl. JOSEPH BRANCH, Attorney General : on Sunday afternoon in charge of her first offi.: F Federal Union. inesi connected with the U .

', Sir-A difference opinion seems to exjl cer, Capt. PiUbarj having died on the pu. .' MORE AID AND COMFORT. PILLS. June Kirkiey will continue the bosloess at the

\ different counties of the State as tobeher sage jellow ferer. The Monitor of the 10th ult., a newspaper -- --: old eland of Kirkac? & Seward, where be will t*

under the 3d Sc: Art. 1, of the law The M'Kim left Vera Cruz THE great American remed/ for CbHl ted Fever. pleased to receive a continuance of the fatort of his
on the 3d inst. published in the city of Mexco in an article need ksjfibr with. Fever Fe old friend*,and hone of Mr. II. R. Stwanl. Ti
of 1845 relative to elections in this State, There shad been nothing laler received from urging the government all prp'' vet and Age.r Dr. 'Ciaand a speedy.or and JAMES IRZSEY,

A Tut Attestor and, a Tax Collector, or a the city of Mexico than was brought down sitions for a peace-uses the ln. Luting ;distressing complaint.ar It is 10 HANSEL R. SEWARD.

fax Assessor and Collector it to be elected the night of the Jrt inst., but fuller accounts guage. late for ny to deity this, or fo the skeptic to doubt, Tallahassee, June 26, 18-17. 50

U October next. In:some sections II IS tup- had transpired at Vera Cruz than were receiv.ed c The defenders t ff the nation ire therefore EN.COUR.GED fo vast the tesd moiqr from exists, i.Jog on cabin every; of side he throughout wild this Choice Wines and Liquors. pursuance of the Aelof Congress rntilfed "AN
western
posed that the offices: of Assessor and Collector by the Alabama with BRILLIANT HOPE FINAL to rounlr pall.f the millionaire, there are thousandsready T>Y BrIg Wakulla, from New York we have received JL Act establish ft town at St.Marks in Florid.w

I are eparate and distinct,-and that aperson We have no further information of the SUCCESS.as it is UNOUHT. POSI to certify t tbe have been pennan ntly the following articles which we will sell approved on the 2d day of Marttt, 1855 J. JAMES

D it to be elected to fill each; while in march of Gen. Pillow. Had any disaster oc. TIN FINDS cure by tbrt m n all other praation. low to planters and others : K. PULKi President of the United Stafc of Atoer ir'<
mint in the end SECURE US TRIUMPHANT do hereby declare and tn k* kitowh | .
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tbe > .
W other vcclkms tbe opinion prevails that the curred to him, the news of it could scarcely SUCCESS, notwithstanding our former dis. give an Iki. .. Hull's Pills pmrr ha faiCI to 3 0 Quarter Casks do Cognac do Brandy, sale will be held at the Land Office at Talhbtsstt* pvMifi, .-
do.
require no Eighth
j-. law contemplates the election of only one individual hue failed to reach Vera Cruz promptly.Our .- uf f'rs are what the public have long a PUfD speedy(; remedy they. I Cask Old Port Wine. in the Stale of Florida for the disposal of the nn'

to fill both. letters make no mention whatever of himor What is it that laa encouraged these brilliant and certain in its efct'i;wate remedy which con. 2 .. Madeira Wine, derroentivned lot. in said tnwb of ST. Maries, com*

This is a matter too deeply' affecting the I his command. ; what is that the Monitor had taint not a particle of any thing injurious to health I Pipe Schiedam Gin, (to mcnting wit on Monday, the 4th day 6f October DId,

Revenues of he State to be left in doubt, or I 11.r Ibis arrival we have files of papers from hops the position i of the United States which urious produces cflecU of all the the quinine beneficial on the and system.none of the These in. 10 Peach Doses Brandy Claret Apple Wine,Brandy, Lots:numbered two, three, oat, sit. srvrn, elnf,

that different constructions of the law should he: city Mexico to the 29th ult. inclusive. that had induced its editor to counsel resist Pills generally cure Ihe Chills and Fever the first Irish Whicker, Afilasra Wine.B1RCHETT ten, eleven, twelve, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, efgh

be permitted to prevail. There must be uniformity In the Diario del Gobierno of the 2Gth June ance and to give the assurance that it would day, and not sicken tbe stomach, or operate upon the & LINDES ERGFA teen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-two, twenty-lhreri

in this particular in the elections appeared an important diplomatic corrclllon.dence. secure triumphant success 7 is the action of bowels- The intelligtnt of f the medical preon Jnly 3, IR.J'7.I) tweuty.fourt wenty sixtwenty-seventWrnty-fiKbl,
t
I use and recommend Dr. Hull's Pills, !but thirtythifly.onethtrty.tothirty4uurthrrty.flvq.! ,
throughout the State, or the assessment and The first note is from the Mexican in the United Their ncglf'df
whig
tie party 8tatt. doctors, of little practice,do all their List of Letters Ihirtl..ixthirty.eightlhil'1."QiM-' forty.ff, |
collection of the Revenue for the next year Minister of I'oreign .flairs to the Secretaries opposition to the war has inspired the Mexicans can tooppose them but their efforts. ae clrli"h 0' and! in the Post Office at Tallahassee,, forty-three, (forty-fonr (ol'l -;is. lerty-eight. fifty, i fj

will be delayed and brought into the utmost Congress, referring to that body a communication -' with confidence in their frend: ,hip. So >K>Iish a* were Xt'nhl'n he plrie the REMAINING, 1st, IS"'.. I fifty-one fifty-two, finyfour,'fiOy.fi.. fifty-six fif- J

confusion. front Mr. Dtichnian, which an.ounaM violent has been that opposition, that they anticipate tidily bio, of the I>Thc lo be flowed 'with a I\lkinilfn, Robert 1..es1i.J01m C ty-eight,sixty-twosixty-threeirixly-fooT.intty-Mx,
sixty.nrven. sixty-eight, veniy-fi,
\ presuming to i interfere with seventy-four 4
I therefore hate to request that you will Mr. TristV appoinlment.V c lean a revolution in our Government, and (.h1 1 |H'o'lcliaveascertaine[ )
at your earliest convenience, give me your hat this letter ua* communicated to Santa the story has already been circulated in their! (fc t cheapest and most certain remedy l eforc the plh AustIn 831ft' Jo-1ph Charles H Linch, MrLivingston eighty-six, eighty-seven, eighty-eight, ninety, nine'ty.one

opinion on the premises, that I may give pro Anna by or through the British Minister at Capitol, that a great battle between the two lii% and it is as iOlpile. to stay the ( for Ik-Iden, .' Li ,Capt ninety-two ninety-sit, ninetyght} ninety. J
fret h John
nine
instruction the Uankhcad who has exerted then as to hush I ( wind. Planters and one hundred, one hundred and two, ope bun' .
throughout State. Mexico Mr. has been
per parties! fought at Washington. olhVM' residing in unhealthy locations find Bentley, Samuel London, James F. dred and three, one hundred and 'four, ODe html red '
annual
Very Respectfully, imsclf to bring about a negotiation for peace Is it not high time for all men of our land savhff of hundreds of dollars in the shape an of medical Ilerryhill: Charles A. Lynch, Edlow G and fix,on.-hunJredand IC't'none hondred and eight, : "

Your Obedient Servant, i Between the two nations.Mr. to restrain the ebullitions of party: feeling, andto tills, by the (iso of this certain and efficacious Birch, Joseph Mann, S Srarlbone. one hundred and ten.onehnndf and eleven,one hun .
i Robert ABnckner
N. I). Hr. tlS, I.uchanan's letter is dated April 15th. go with and for their country? Is it not remedy. One single hot will generally cure efT.- Presley R 2 Markham Maddox Win dred and twelve,one hundred and fourteen one ban' '-
Hampton
It the of tho Mexican that those who sub fually'vo cases of chilU and fi-ver. ])r. I Hull' Pills deed and fifteen, one hundred aDfI.ict.en. one knn- :
acknowledges receipt time to Burr
Comptroller.ArroiNKr high among u', Use meitieine & Arnold,AIes r* McEacberan,Cap John. dred and eighteen, One hundred sjyi tliftet'u.'one
are jet cheapest before the .
'1iui ter'. letter of the 22d declining the public.Othcishac Calligan McIntrje.Sterlinj-C
February
serve party purposes, are stimulating enemy reduced Ihe retail price of thtlr hundred and twenty, one hundred and Iwmly-ivro
pills to..
GENEtICS OFFICE. 1 to recede to our proposition to end commissioners to res'stance, and to extend the horrors nut one doJUr, but it lakes two of theirs for a dose, I Carnochan, Mrs Joe Mcintosh, Henry L one hundred and iWentythree, one hundred and j

Tallahassee, July 10th, 1817. f 'to Jalap, Havana, or other point the expenses of a bloody war, should bo visiied' w her -ls one of Hull' is !,''J ient. Remember (hat Clark Elijah I! McKay, Ceorge Iwcnty-fotir, one hundred and t"'f'n'lof1it.' i together .
Ur John C
To N. P. BEtS, Comptroller ofthe Slate h.o'c .f Dr. Hull's Clyde McKinney, Jam..sConrt with, all the portions the following named lots, not %
before the blockade! of the :Mexican ports with the rebuke of an indignant and patriotic one i medicine: is Ofjtnl to two of Mrs Harriet McKimmev, John covered the donation of .
by
ten acr made lo Ihe
Sir-In your's of the 7th inst., you aswhether" should bo raised and tho Mexican territory people 1Hily the other tin.l. and there art 'twenty doses of pillsin Coy, Jarws C 2 McPhaul, DuncanMcVoy. Tallahassee Railroad Company,viz Lois nambrrcd .
:
_ _ an.lhut manvothers noin
Tax Assessor and lul'l h"-e.in Us Craft elder,) S C Daniel .
a a Tax Collector evacuated by our troop and slJ ( forty-seven, fifty-nine, sixty. e"eDtl.nentj- '
at the
Tax Assessor and Collector \ Rebate.! -A clergymen haiinff are now unprecedented 1.\1 price of Curry, Jacob L Miles Eton .' two, seventy-three, s
or a is to be Mr. liuchanan writes that the President prea- 7": cents per t.ot. eighty-two, eighty-five and !
elected in October next" under ehed during Lent, in a town in which he .A fre. of ihc Janrcy, Joel Mixon, John ninety-fonr. '
the law of holds Fucli a condition absolutely ina
1815 ; or in other words whether the law neither minded by national honor nor sane- had not once been il'ilcd to dinner, said, in a | "t rcct-ivwl in TjlUhasspf, and f,-r 1.1; (by : Dishon Dr Luis Moody Munson.l\s\, romrocnetrl The offering on Ihe of (ho day appointed atxrrementToned; ,and proceed lots trill the r..r "

contemplated the election of two officers or Lionel by the practice of nations. lie urges sermon exhorting his parishioners against be- July :Jl, 1-11. i 2t LEWIS: &AMES. lion ling, Joseph_ Ney, D n E R battle order in which they are advertised Wrlh all( L. .c...

only. one. that such a preliminary condition would ing seduced by the prevailing vices of the age, Notice. towninAtiii'tin Norton,John 3 convenient di-p3tch,nntilthe whole shall hare been

By the 3d sec. of 1st art. of the Act rcla render! interminable between "I have preached against vice but luxurious Drake, Jinkins J (O'Cain Daniel olTered. and lh>sile (Ihtw eloped. r.t the sale shall *. :f
wars especially c\'cr.\ nonlln
SIX af.rcltr.: the acting Executor: of the Eddy, William (dum, Je'see not be kept longer than tnovtftks, and -
tire to elections, it is provided That on the contiguous nations, unless by the complete living, having no op|>oriunity' of oJ ("ring \ t mil ,1.1 ''rtampnt of Arthur ':'1u.'v. Srn, Earby,Itebeccah O'Neill I, Barnord tate entry to open any lot will be admitted, untilaOtr nopri'th 4 I

first Monday in October, 1847, and every submission of one of the belligerents. to what extent it is carried in this to\ii. divoawd', mil male application' tn the U"n. Jud. c Edward, Edward Pedworth.Elisha expiration of the two week!>

two years thereafter( there shall bo 'held at He t-howslirm puerile a course it would be Quite lnnrCuarl.- meant to have of' IVoiMlc of Leon County for letters of Ji"ri"ill Edwards, Wm I. Perkins, IX.ilglas E 2 Given under toy hand, a( the City of tVashingfAru .' .Je't

each electioo in this State foranationhich mild Irishman to his K\pculor of said estate Evenlt, Win Perkins, Charles this twenty-first day of May Anno Domini, Otis ''
elcc had sacrificed and an
precinct an ( men money you I July '17, 1M7. 52 i f.mI Farles, James II Raw Is,SeabornRawls thousand eight hundred and .
tion for One Sheriff. One Circuit Clerk One lo gain foothold in friend who with him in the forty-seven. -
a an enemy's countryto was walking gar. Farrell, Lawrence Mrs Patience 2 By the President i .
Tax Assessor and Tax Collector, four Countv abandon all the advantages it had won and den, and stumbled into a pit full of water.- I Notice. Fasking, GottfrudFelkil Roach Spencer J W JAMES 1\. POLK. ,

Commissioners," &c. withdraw its forces in order to induce negotiations "No mater," faid Pat, blowing the Iud and rpl 1 I 11 I: nndt Kilned, Widow of Edward Sindc'l.ry.l James Ruby, II oM RICHARD M. VOLXG" .
Fletcher Miss Manda IIuss JamPS
The expression One Tax Assessor and without any certainty or security that water out of his mouth, I.c it. dcradI.iteof thatix Hamilton Cotinly.bertby givestintiCe Flojd ColR, J Russ,, William Commiisttnicr of-the General Land Office ..
weeks after date Ua
will make
Tax Collector" is in Itself somewhat doubtfuland peace[ would ensue from such negotiations. A judge onco said to a lawyer who was to the lion. Judc "f I'rClhille l for said nnmtv application Forbes, William 3 3 Sengunette, Mrs L M S NOTICE. 51:

is rendered more so by the fact that He then cities the case of our la
heretofore the offices of Tax Assessor and Great Brtain, to.how that we never considered than,for.the sense of his speechicsthat"he wa l M IIK h all concerned are n.nie!leil lo take notice. Gaillard.l\Irt A 2 SIlUler,John gress, approved 2d March Bt1, f'ntillecl An Aft rt :
Tax Collector have been distinct and discharged for that nation ANN EI.12.l'EXS' IOm-; Giddincs, Solomon 3 Shulcr Ellison to establish a town at St. Mark, norida." (the Re;;' J !
a moment our required us much like How do
very n (Csily. you July 17, HIT. 53 lw Glass, Thomas Shine, Miss Margaret A ister and Receiver of the Land Office .l Tallahassee, i .
by different individuals. Was i il the 10 insist upon the withdrawal of IlritMi troops make that fut 'inquired the loquacious attor Gorman, J K Shine, James K will be frqnirpd prior lo the day bf laY',to uceTtaitf *, I} i

intention ofthe General Assembly by the 3d before consenting to treat for peace. \resent I nl'J.h Be cause," said the judge, .' necessity Notice.A Gourdin Dr S Smith, Augustus G the value of any itnprotemnits whrch may havE ,. .

sec. of the Election law to make an alteration commissioners to Great when portionsof knows no law." LL .1 Graham, David M Smith. Chat les 11 leen made" on the lots designated In Ibis prrclania- : i.
concerned) in
persons the estate of Edward Grant, Mi Easter Smith J ion 1
s Caraway respectively and the p'Jrcha' at public sal J
i in the old law that the indiuduashould in the of IJrit- n
so same our territory
were pos.e5"ion ljt-
old like Smelt.terrydt-ccascd, of Hamilton count '
Why is a poor, decrrpid man music Hail,Joseph rSmith, James of any lot upon which tf-ere are slch improvements, ,
be elected by the people to perform ish troops ; and it was no'oiious: that while ? Becau his wants are sharp, his energies arc hereby nut'itied l that, six week after date thenn- Hare, A M Smith, John or other than the owner thereof, shall, fn addition to ;
both of these offices ? I think it and Ghent h05 tili. (lersigned, Executrix: of said estate will make appliitiori Harrison Mrs. Elizabeth Isaham Brown the be tJnitrd ;
was ; a negotiations were going on at arc flat, his shake is natural-lie is sum to paid to the States,w,-and hereby .;,
reference the 6th ics ofenIur'cl to the Hon. Jtid.re of Probates foe said county' Hart, James L Smyth, Miss Mary Jane i is. required fo to the owner of the
to sec. 7th art., the 3d sec. were carried on upon both sides with un. he and ,. pay lmprof'f''J ::1
leave "dllhe
rises fur Heal
and to
obliged to rest ; Estate' f aid Smzleterrv. Switzer
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Hart John S Daniel
the value of 4
ments them .
r'afrwa
I as thos Cf ; and if K .
of 9th art., and the 7th sec. of 10th art. of the wonted igor ; the most memorable actions bids him and the is his ANN ELI/ .V_ DENSM-JRH: ,
Time pause, grave Hayes,John R Stokley, John B payment therefor shall not be made upon (he day off j i
Election Law, confirms me in the opinion.- I of the war taking place after negotiations 'had finale. July 17. IN 17. fij: .It Executrix. Herring, William Stanford. Isiah which the same was purchased the lot shall be again 1; .

The Tax Assessor and Tax Collector" of lice concluded. Such a preliminary condition Notice. Herrington, Nathaniel Steele, Mrs Sarah offered at public sale on the next day of sale, and ifSuch

the 3d sec. of 1st art. is always spoken olin to negotiation cannot be cited in modern times ; For the Floridian. Holderness, Wm S Sweat, James G person shall not be capable of becoming the" J .
.
'T I IIE I cn.purtncrshuip heretofore existing under the Houck, John D F Taylor W L pirchastr of that or of other lot offered at that ?
the ofthe law above cited the Tax at I least Mr. Buchanan knows of any
parts as none. JL firm and st hle ol JG.. and J. Pondtr has
TO I"S IYFlmows. bernhi54.l.d I 1 louck, Jacob or Gabriel Thornton.Benj G public dIe : PratMed, That if any lot so 6flefed and '* p
Assessor and Collector, and as being one and lie then exposes the unusual conduct of Lft illier. singnf deeds of f might, ( l 11In.iual( consent ever since the first l day Hudson Hamilton 2 Turner, Nathaniel rid off on the last day of the public sale, shall not 'J 5f:;

the same person. Met ico under another aspect. The President, And boast of laurels won in ftt171.1)0 i 01tJ> t H47. All persons indebted to said firm Hulsc U 1 S A, Liut Isaac Venter, Francis be thus paid lot, t the same Clay be entered at private -* SJ

If the discharge of the duties of Tax Assessor in his desire to avoid the war, had sent a minster mil p.ifurmir partner. Hurs, Ramon R Vickers, Bryant ale, .upon pay in? to the United Stales the sum at .* fwhich :
thi snlijecf, worn and trite, JAMES PONDER. Wm P 2 Vinzant, William i it bid and the of .
and Tax Collector by the same to negotiate a Even after the Jjynes, was off to owner the In' i virovemcnl
person peace. 17, t l'.17. riJ 3'
You'ic heard mow. July Jerkins Mis Mary Washington Col Henry *, the previonslueertainrd aloe there I if-
were incompatible conflicted, I might hesitate war was commenced, by the attack ofthe Mex- Jones, James: Wellborn, Mrs u 2_ of' .. iffBy

under the equivocal language of thc law, can troops upon Gem Tajlor, tho President Kut I ruist tound a nobler .strain U. S. MAIL LINE Jones Col C II Wellborn, Lt John C 4 the Ac"! of Congfcs* aforesaid", the minimttn: '

in the opinion here expressed ; but as I per had reiterated propositions wit h a view of open- (And much need muse's aid, I fain,) Johnson, Rev G C White S B price of each town lot i is fixed at twenty-five dollars, hoC

ceire no such results I cannot doubt but thatit ins negotiations which should put an end tolostilities. 1'or now I write to praise my ain John,on, James WhitingUSA, Lt WIIC and of each out lot. at (twenty-fire dotlafs per acre ". 1 '.s.
Johnson Miss F A Sarah RICHARD M.
Wiggins, YOUNG.
VMS the intention of the General Assembly Ho had declared to the world L..z ojtbrow. -: Kellogg R I) Wiggins, Jessee Commissioner of the General Land Office* j i ? H.

to consolidate these hitherto distinct office's that ho would exact no conditions that were Sac fine :pencilled brow, I wen Kite, Jas S Williams John F June 5,1S47. 4G 13t f

into one, and to give the selection of that offi.ctr not honorable to both parties ; and yet the One to surpass it ne'era'seen : Lathen, Thomas Williams, William T -_- t i

to the people of each county. Mexican Government had refused to receive I do aver, n :she a juecn From Tallahassee to Macon. Lai'bam & Barry Wood, John DR.J.S.BOND of 1 i
Persons calling for of the above letters, will r
When the intent or meaning of a law is the minister sent to her, and after refusing to Wi' jewel crown'd- TTirovsh in fvrly-ttro hours from Tallahassee lo.Macon any OFFERS his profes'Jionalltr1'ittl to the citizen .
and to Charleston in three please say they arc
days, advertised.MILES and the
not clearly expressed it is rcfer the opening of negotiations, Mexico had never NASH P. M. surrounding cotxntry. 'i
legitimate to This beauty would a lustre shied in twit to take the Mail Boat on Office at Co,. Fwher's Hotel. tor '-

to the reasons or motives which may have made known upon what basis she would Around the gems upon her bead. J\'orlh the fourth day. May. 2f', 1817. 4$ (f I. .
actuated the law-makers. Is it probable then consent to a settlement ofthe differences be. The two combined a light wo'd shed fyilESlag will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, ((0By late regulations of the Post-office law, all 411 'J
JL Wedn and at 4 o'clock \. M. TRA>!iEvr newspapers must be PRE.PAID three Notice. .
that the General Assembly intended that twccn the two Republics. There will never aJs Fridays : ; ) .
S As wo'd astound.
cents each, otherwise tbay cannot he forwarded. ,
rt"a ., ,
and arrive Macon, inb ic1e Newton
different should be elected in he termination of hostilities Mr. Buchanan ( Quincy, persons having demands against the estate of ..
persons each a Tallahassee,July t, ISH 51 ALL
When o'er the beauties of a face Albany" Americas, and (tl'erry,) on Tuesdays, : Komeg !, late oi JeUerson County, deceased {
county to fill the offices of Tax Assessor and proceeds if Mexico continues to [refuse to] That's marked by female Thur-da\, aad Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P it!.;in ,will take notice (bat (hey must present them .
House Sale.
every grace for
of Tax Collector ? Now in our most popu listen to the overtures which have been prof. time (or the cart for Savannah. Leading Macon on Dwelling to the undersigned duly authenticated within tbf it I

Ious and wealthiest counties the perquisites fered, and which tend to the establishment of. And eyes would dazzle cable's gaze, Mondij., We .iesdavs, and Fridays at .t o'clock, A A SMALL comfortable Dwelling House for sale at time prescribed by law, or this notice will be plel' '

of either of these would be Wi' half a glance, it!., and arriving in Tallahas-ec on Tue nl.* Thursdays /!_ Monticello, Jefferson County adjoining Judge in bar of their recovery. .
officcsscparatcly, peace. Tlii and Salunlj\3, at 1U o'clock, P. M. This line Chare's property. It will bo sold on time to suit JOSHUA TAYLOR. Sen., .
scarcely sufficient to induce reputable and The President will not therefore, make fur. charming brow, with graco tvj>nme, Connects with the Central Rail Road vannah, Au- purchasers. Apply to May. 20,1947. 45 2m Executor. ." s
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qualified persons to acccept the office ; whilein her overtures for the opening of negotiations Tends: to act off the lightning l"vm :uta, :.flll.-ilgsie!! and Western J Rail Road I 10 Co- July 3, IS7. 30 J. R. FORTUNE. 4 .5 5.

the smaller counties I doubt whether it until he has reason to believe that uch will That flushes: from her cO.l.blac1 ten- Itmbus, t;:. U also connects with the Mail Line Family Groceries. I

but must entrance. from Qnincy 'loChattahoochie, ami thenfe to Al's.larhic.'ha. Notice. TUST, received difecf from New Orleans by J. 4
could be conferred on a proper personmuchless be accepted by the Mexican Government ; I )
Pa iengers ran go from T..llah3s"C'C to months after date.1 shall present accounts J FORTUNE, schr. White Wing, '
JITNIUS.c my per .
would such the nevertheless, such is his desire for that SIX
person undergo disagree. peace Columbus in fleer (days, and but one night will be vouchers to the lion. Judtre of Probate in C Casks clear Bacon Sides, .' 4{
abilities of a canvass to obtain it The tile evils ofthe war shall not be prolonged -.- -- -- -- - spent on the nd between Tallahassee and Macon. and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for a discharge 2 Shoulders i :4
consequence would be that in many of the one day later than the Mexican Government c$} Hont of Temperance.-Theuudersi ntd bar. The public may Test as'Iun'lllhat every attention will Administrator de bonis non of the estateof 2 Hams. i.i

counties the office would not be filled, or makes it absolutely necessary. Accordngly: ,to in; been empowered to act a Special Deputy to and he paid to the comfort of those who may patronizethis I Everett White,late of said County, deceased.T. l5XeteLeafLard, 1 .-
for the State of Florida for the National Line. UEA TrY. 2 Bbls. 5 '
filled agent 1 :
by the most worthless and the revenue carry his determination into fleet, he had sent a FARE
: Monticello July 3, 113-1' SO 6m 2 Hhds. Brown-Sugar, :
1
Division of the in the ;a
Son of .
of the State affected most injuriously.' I3y in the quality of Commissioners, to the headquarters T"mwrnt[ organization FrornT-tllahmisw to QUincy,-*2 SO: to balnbrtdge, 1 .oi. Ltl icU Deer, '-. ."

consolidating the two officcsjhc result wouldbe of the army in Mexico, Mr. N. P. of Subordinate Division of the Sons of Tcnperanct $3 ; to AItaat,$I 1, and to Macon, < 1'2, CORN AND PEASIor sale. Apply to S Sacks Rio Coffee. 4'.

entirely different: the remuneration would 'risf, First Clerk in the State Department) ?, and their prorr constitutional direction WRIGHT is. SAWYER, Proprietors. 3, 18(7. 50 J. FORTUNE.. 35 Bbls. St. Louis Flour. i ;
"
JOHN M. YARN, hf. bbls.
By Agent.CrJ 10
then be sufficient to make the office desirable with full conclude definite and government proposes to the citizens of Tallahassee j !t
to a
powers treaty Office t; the Planter's Hotel, Tallaluv>ce-C. Leon CountyTAX 6 dozen Claret. ;
and the services of the most respectable and f peace with the United Mexican States.- and the surrounding country tj. organi/.e the E.HA I LEY: igent; at Maj. N.\TH.\iS, in Quincy. COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. June t2. tSH. 41 .. 5 1

best qualified persons in each county wouldbe Mr. Trist is recommended as possessing the Order in this city on Saturday evening, the 7lh August July 17, 1 47. T>'2 of Leon County are hereby noti 1 Notice.ALL 5-- a
tax-payers
had. In adopting the law: the General full confidence of the President, and worthyoftbat next. GEO. O. McMULLIX! S. I). Dr. J. H. Scales, THE that I am now prepared to receive Taxes
:ndebted the estate of Miles Pot
Assembly was doubtless influenced by theseor of the Mexican Government.In Tallahassee, July 17, IS 17. sui due tho Slate' and County of Leon for the year 1947. persona to will j:
G :GO N DENTIST deceased, late of Washington Cooofy' :t. !
similar reasons. conclusion Mr. Buchanan forbears from They will find me at the Court House during the
33WE are authorized and requested to announce return''n T.cllaha..cP about the 211t h ins!., session here I shall be to meet them. make payment; and those baring demands against -
The construction which I have the closing of the WILL present ,w happy said estate' mint present them within the time .
placed on commenting .
.
upon passage JOHN T. DAFFIN as a candidate for Tu a f, weeks. His Room is at De1O1I.f"! A. A. FISHER, prescribed ,
the 3d sec, art. let, i U thus sustained both last letter from the :Mexican lest it Asi.r idiraite "pon at their residences. Sheriff,and er officio Tax Collector. by law, or they will be barred. ;.
and Collector, at the election in October next. SHARPLESS EVANS, tecUtor. 't .t
by the letter and policy of the law. should give to his present note a less conclia.tor i July ID, 147. Tit July 3. IS-11. 50 Washington County June 2C, 1S47. 49 2m .

I Respectfully, Yours, &e.30SEP11 > character than ho desires for it. le re- cv:;- WE are authorized to announce DANIEL i 1
Bacon and Flour for Sale.
Groceries.JUST .1
BRANCH cures with pleasure to another passage then McRAEXV, Esq. aa candidate for rc-flection a i Blacksmithing,Horse-shoeing-, &c

the letter wherein is expressed the Clerk of the Circuit Court of at the I r RBLS fift rate SI. Lui Flour received 4 boxes Loaf Sugar, 'a t.
County
same
Nolle Act.-Lu night, just before die l.r L\J 5 Casks Bacon Bides bhotildtrs and I Ifjms. 10 Bags Havana Co flee, THE undersigned has made arrangements to carry .; .
pain with which the Mexican Government election in October ne\t. Applylo J. It-1'oin UN E. y do Rio do. the BLACKSMITH'S BUSINESS in all it ; sbranches.

Charleston steam boat left the wharf, MR. has seen altered the cordinal friendship which July HI. l17. 21 A do Java do. lie has paid particular attention to Horsed 6' S
Hiccs, (of Tallahassee, Florida,) one of her QCJWE arc aulhurizt' to ann.ulre1.111 and feels confident that he satisfaction
it had cultivated: with this the continued Claret for Sale. I GO Boxes Brown Soap, shoeing ran give i
passengers, in carelessly crossing the plank advancement of lepublic always C. C.\llHELL. F fl. a.a candidate for Clerk of the Superior Sperm Candle, Sperm Oil, Linseed Oil, Sardines, to any who may favor him with their work l.

*o go OA board, fell into the river, and would Circuit Court of Leon County at the ensuing October r- BOXES ofCUrel for Sale. 1'ickles, Canvassed Hams, Maccarpni,Olive Oil for in this respect. His shop is in the rear of the City .
,
admired and had served
whose institutions
election. ) Apply to ale on accommodating terms by Hotel, and adjoins the Livery Stable of Messrs. Miler .
probably hare been drowned, but for tho pre. a t a of its own. Such sentiments, connues -- -- -- J. IL FORTUNE. ntRCnETT & L1NlJE..BERGER. & Brokaw. His prices will be very liberal, and :

settee of mind and, daring courage of our moe. Buchanan, tho President deeply ---- NOTICE.- --- July in. 1>.;,7. SINEW July 3,18t7. 50 he respectfully solicits a share of public patronage. -

towvsQun Joseph S. Fay. who plunged in -.5 I HENRY B. FITTS. .
feels his desires that the United
are BOOKS &C.
and rescued him, at the risk of Ins own life. I Mexican; strongest States under such institutions Taxes Taxes Taxes UNITED STATES MAIL June 19, IS"'. 43 5t "
as Overland
received Unj; WAulla An
I We feel proud at chronicling so noble an act. j prevail with us, may protect and secure the T Iiuderine.LTax Collector for Leon. Count, I.JUST J ,(.y round jnr I he World in tbtl I and IS I!, by Sir Two Horse Baronch for Sale
hereby H'jtifR all fax payer of said| Countythat '
.
--84panMll fIl.Muhum liberty of their citizens and maintain an dc. he will attend at the following plac..., it-urge[ Simpson, subscriber has light roomy BAROUCII (il
I I.d'\-.I
'his J. T. Ilea.lb TilE
I and .
vated the nations of tho earth. Wj-hniton! Gt'llerat'llty y ing quite broad) that he will sell low. .
A. M of -h d.ifrllic
position among the hours of 9 and I', ei purpose W. 11. Edw'inN, .
inParoo. :Mortnonilos arc preach. A upthe river Amazuii, l.y '
i voae June U, 1*17. 43 J. R. FORTUNE. 14Notice.
Such is an outline of Mr. letter of receiving their State and County Til." due LanRiaii :
lag in Pembroke, \Wales and Huclanau' .* Summer in Ihe WildcrncM-t, by ChT .
; Wetleyans are of We have it, as for the prc!cnt year, '1M7 : l'It H'lItioll better than Cure by Mrs. Ellis : R
warning tka people of tie \prillb 1'th, OAIXK9 0.ON .
imistlJre.Cor. At Fort Draden Shu.1Hou3e, August next.Dcnjamin W t.cfield.illuflntt.d edition, THOM CHATTAHOOCniE TO FORT \
the will doubt at bo made Vicar f *
original no once &
onel'' Jury in England,has expressed au opin. I : Hale's >e, 10th I I Wmn*right's Family Prayers and after the first day of July next, this line ALL person hating demand. against be estate of f 1
ion that cut.irotaI'&JI-.Y! bridge ar* unsafe. public. The if n indication in i of the 0. I Roach's X Roads, Ilh" I I Hrailley's Napoleon| unit his Marshall, be run regularly in TWO 1l0RSE "AGES. Tucker late of Leon county, deceoed I .ti

The Archduke Charlie Austria died latelyat tit "pn uh JVr. Trit i* atttlird to con. DIft1 Store, Miccosookie, ; (;o'ria Scenes; Hill, Side and Uorder Sketches, The undersigned, having the contract to carry the Wilt take notice that they must present lbB to the 1
Church House h" withia the time
,
Pi".ah Ileinan Poems, intends to undersigned, duly authenticated <
Mr- to give facility
W. Maxwell mail this route, every
11. ; on
Vienna leaving a fortune (after paying his trcay.the Mexican Minister acknowl. Manninpton, I iI,h" I II hy Flora Interpreter, Ain"wnrth'.I.alin Diclionary, travellers who may wish to take this route, by Columbus rescribed by law,of this notice will be plead in LiAr. At .1
debts of and a half millions ter Shop lamonia Laic, t7lh I I .
) eren of dollars. Jyrd' complete in one volume, Ga. Nortn. oC their recovery. 'It
,
Lady Dudley Stuart, neico Napoleon Bonaparte edges on the 22d of April, saving that the Gl, Monroe', Lake Jack."n. 1Mb I I AndrewSall Mirror Library'!t, Ambon' Ca. ar, Good stages, the best of teams, and obliging drivers JOliN JVI OfAdmr. c, 4
President bad instructed him to that the I Tallahassee C. II. Jirth, 2.'th and 2t-t"' I Jane 10, ts.a1. .
reply ot t'raocel\oorc'lC Poems, will be taken to give
tho 10th ,
died &t Rome pn of May hut. Michlct's history ; in a word, every pains ;
A. A. FIShIER
Manuel Godo/, Prince of Peace, who was whole subject matter of it had l been espresslyreserved offlcio: Tax Collector, :1erilf Cuunly.:1,1rz J CWl'C" on Children. Dewee's Midwifery, satisfaction(and especially during the season ofhi h Notice. S S ,
of the Hiblex, with claspn. who choose this route North. .
by the Sovereign na. Oxford) water) to those may
Congress
raised by royal favor bum tho ranks to be a lion for its control and that the letterwould July r, Pl7. 1 Wibaler's Dictionaries, Brainard Flute and Violin The stage will leave Chattahoochie every Tuesday SIX months after date, the undersigned, Exrcnfof

Spanish prince, and who was an intriguing, own Medical Notice. Instructors, Elliott'j celebrated Chinexc Razors, and FridaY, at 0, A. H arrive at Fort Gaines next the last will and testaThent of BenjamiffCbaires Q
cruel, worthless! character, i is allowed to returnto be at once transmitted to it for its ac. Silver Combs, Silver Head OrnamentsGold Studs, day by 12, M. Leave Fort Gaines everY Wedn ic. for sale and Saturday, at I, P. M.. arrive at Chattahoochle his accounts and vouchers to the Hon judge of Pro
.c.
after banishment. Samuel tion.We .
Spain 40 byP. dill .
years learn by the Mexican that Con. DR. R. W. FISHER A. IIATWARD. ned bate of Leon Comity, and make application for '(' c
papers
Houseley, aged 60 went to bathe at 71 Ox. rve"L8gfrom-Columbu.Ca.! via Fort dismission Executor aforesaid. -
was at tako the mat. his professional service. to the public. July in, 1347. SI Persons ten of J.
f nUtreet, LoDdoDdeiired a warm bath ((09 gress once cnvene to OFFERS: Hickory Hill, tbe r'idenc Gaines. Blakeley. c.b.Uaboochie, Quincy to Talla JOS CHA1RES.. :eevtor. .

degrees)and went in and locked the door.- ter:into up to the 29th of II. Fi ber. a l Gee Furniture for Sale. hu.eewilI find this the most expeditious route.T. Lean.CountyApriI3J.8'7.. 37 6m ,

His bell and he.'was found dead. He had June no quorum ha been procured.By July 17, IS 17. 52 1 HANDSOME MAHOGANY WORK TABLE. D. WILSON Proprietor. 5---. 't "
become rang a letter a source entitled to great 1 with twq drawers, Quincv. June 2fl. 1& '., 49 2m Notice .
faint thiis been drowned.
and
Benjamin I respect, we further learn that Gen. Sot gave Notce.TI 1 do.do.' BOOK Case, Z. K. FORTUNE Wonthd after date, the tmder*igned,Admihrs' ..

Shepherd l, surgeon Worcester, deliber. the\ Mexican Government till the to undersigned, EXfutri of the estate of 1 do., V do. Bureau with Glut top. in New SIX of Daniel l N Cone, deceased, late of Columbia
aUlj draak two dradbms of prussic acid on tlacItloCJane : Singteterrydeceued.late: of Hamilton 1 Curl W pla Lounge with hair matt raw. HAVING made permanent arrangement County, East Florida will present lis final j
the letter when wad
should be will Constantly on
act nothing and hair mat- which be keep
Bedstead by .
upon
Curl
wide Maple '
and did almost, immediately.JThomu .- Coaoty, claims against I very Bacon of all account and vouchers to the Judge of Ptobale' for
nife.U holll of family Flour.
would march in. supply
done he pra to order hand rood .
O'Ccnmel1'a friend Steele, has an. said ette authenticate within tnw, mad description', which he will guarantee in all cues offlrstquslity&nd Columbia County; ,and ask lor a discharge.WILLIAM .
1OI1aCed that be take The best opinion in Ietic in oar judg- time prescribed by the lw; persons 1 hair otttrass, to be sold u low for cash as any intown. CONE. AcUn'r.
wi11' never again a part make 2 Moss mattrawcs Blounfs E. F. 39. 1S47. 43 Cm* .
hare had opportunity of learn. indebted to said ectate axe reuire to payment orders filled in New Orleans Ferry, ,May
ta we Those wuhwg
any political in Ireland. A a Wash Stands,
I
assembly new 2
mnt without ANN
Cu arrival. gIves but deity. EIZA DESMOlt be will attend to, IS be baa an agent who makes it bos r r
opinion ,
poor OJ Ward-robes
by Notice.
Cclmpau1 in LoiM0"* are about to supplychrPer.th&nhlkhello Tt but does en. July 17,1S47. M Exelrix.I o; ds haadsomo Carpeting that h. not been usedbdt business to purchase at the lowest market rate. :
it hat encouragement .no ) 41 months after date I shall adfoeaf* '
pac tittU.tll of one Patter June 12. 1SJ7. SIX present nay .
been obtaiimL. j tirely despair. e w verya'n118 I Notice. verj 00 J; ApPJytoJuly3.1947. vouchers to the Hon. A. JjeDooald Jadg# :1
opportunitiej (ro judging, wnte from I SIX month ann date, tbe Administrator! of the New Style of Shower Bath* of Probate ht and for the Cettofy of lUadnoa, and

".Dick wWewrjreyou; yesterday T Oh, the city Mexico, there u uo hope of a of William R. Kilpatrick, deceased, will -,Cfc ; ag'Toteacco.Asiipnuor be had at the Tin Manufactory, which are apply let a discharge u Administrator of the estatE
*k difficulties that the Most prevent his accounts and vouchers to the Honorable 'h.tr ; for CAN and such a*every person ought to of John W.RichrdonghiImofsadCoY.e1.
FHP moving again tft Yea votOementof ,b ; Judge Probate of Jefkreon County, and uk to b ( 1" Jkft1rW lumpl' have to 'maun health daring bot weathtr. S. B. RICHARDSON.

4 und a cheaper to!pay a hand eartman :for cam bate not yet been wfljcienUy whipped ; dlage u Administrator of aid eUtc. : : ''<' UiSDENBE1S'PELjuly June W, IS17, 47 Ma.Ji. on. Cotfnfj May 13, IM7. 43 i'8 ,I

acting, than It U uj pal the real" am) that Genera! Scott trill Late to reach the JWI1. IS47. 52 Cwi 31911:10 .rt t




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and ,New Goodtf New Orleans Type final '
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New Store Fod rrtnzba,of cbflIood.endtLcestals CONSTITUTION THE STATE\OF FLORIDA,I Srx1tbaede.lha prevent my Jxrxftsoir Crmcvrf ut

*1; IIJI.t 'orre kick.4c4 LV erer of Mom AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING AROUS JL of dangerous due****, punr rRPEDAK.AO.IET.TIEDoU- ; the Io.Jndgtr and of Po William &l.Adm'r.rf*..o'h
in and of apply
E B4InIUtl', bate County
eM J4cCarfh5l'. F. wV.. 17, Cmnal street n mait the human slltemigftatnuntbemaThosigsSs ERAt. ASSKMBV; SUBJECT TO THK AcO. fo Je&no. of Clement l",deceased, C"
' SI.n d tIdr ate o.t."ttt leave tnnotjnce to Pttb- OJISEAS. ASSXMBLTl a discharge as atte
Dn8 undersigned beg Children or THE HKXT
a.-e. will j.l.It. TtE t d wuaUyfrovs .. Stephens,late of said Conyder.JA Ransom J. Roberts '
M1ITItd Printers, that they have establisheda o WarmThe \ ,d aL, 1
"UaLAIo ar extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in this GADE' appearing to the alisfa 1k;: COmplete season is now close when they become Ait Act H to amend tht Constitution of tku 8tttas Monticello, January 16, I Cofrt .
187. 2 davit made in this
t to a
Book Letter of this Foundry was c ha
The canst.thatEansomJ
.; J Fa.c7, Silk wud Stable Dry Goods city. most troublesome to I tf extend tt all fret tMlt malt inhabitants, r .
order by workmen of long and, a no i sAall Elijah Rot and David Emanuel fcfea
.I Bonnets, Hats, Boot aid Sheet Hardware, uPi.u.. faces Dr. Worm I being Ni of the United Stoics, 1. N.lIce. State of
t was spared to We. lpl.c tftit Statt elccttte sid ot For*, mn4 y
pc! Woo, Willow Crockery and Stone Ware exp perfect it in every respect,we will ventnre to I a safe lo .-' have r tne ,tt. t SIX months after date.I snail present my account Administratrix o Wi fa ;

Glass Ware, Groceries &c., it will found handsome, if not the handsomest is asgoodasthebest, andehesputh.chsupest.Mr. ft. vouchers and apply to the Hon. Judge of deceased, resides in tbe 1

BEADY MADE CLOTIIIKG. say in b Unite a Sate. We have also a very I Joseph Shipley, of AI Co..G.says it SECTION Belt enacted by the Senate and Probate of Leon County for letters of dismission a Iii, Ct. Tai said Ransom Car.f. l0

CONSISTING or THC FOLLOWING: handsome as- and Job Letter of brought away 2oO worms(romaueVu. ,belong Representatives of the State of For Administratrix on the estate of Granville Sheppard, Dui l, d

and M oslint, in drew patterns, the latest stlelo which we would call the attention ing to him f short tim \ i. Gna Asoetttbly convened. That the first late of said County deceased. months,and sid .\ app.i 2.
Adu.
. LadleBarieg e the Constitution
article of
elsewhere. All J. Little of b saae4 ELIZABETH CLEAVELAND. Adm'x. said within two months a
and Painted Muslins, of Printer before purchasing Mr. John of WhiresvIlW, Geo., says I cas rum th ftt
dte
Tar It on, Organdee be of material follows,viz: free white male per January23lS$727 6m licatioa of this order and shew Ir'
Mall Swiss and Jaconet do., articles maiiufactuied by u shall a gave it in one case and brought MvtjT-30 Worm In a Enr t p.* uJI
E11 Uook equal if not to any manufactured at theNvrh another case, it cured his negro WOKMO of Tense or SD age of twenty-one year and upwards,and should not be revived, and
Plain, barred and stripe Cambrics Iprior. who shall be, at the time of offering to rote, a citizen t.
F and sell Type at New York price Worm. W. 8.; filed in this cause, otherwise a '
White and Mack Tarlton Muslin, ; a Tap United and who shall have de rtTiriir
of the States, DLWCnil
L we trust to meet with encouragement.We Thomas of Coweta Co., says, I Iave reide same will paae.and original 6 Ji
Bd.
black Bariege. C. his habitation domicil home and b bke
Black and had
.. Crape, BR..SS RULE _
manufacture rlct Andit
it to who in uBrtiCTOnfernf
Lace and Love Veil, are now prepared < a negro was ; itbroughtawayiminediately fe a
Bari Black abode in Florida.'for e
Green ge We permanent one year neJt preceding Montleello Jefferson Florida be
and TYPEhnymagnit1dr.withprom worms! He was soon County, tbi r published in some
and solid colours. 3 newspapn
fancy the election at which he shall offer to vote,
Ginghams.
Moslin embroidered Shaw la, would also particularly call the attention of Printers welland rlo"ill soup to time. attend the Circuit Courts the Middle te Middle Circuit of Florida one a we k I
Bariege and and who shall, at such time and for six months immediately WILL lo leer
DO. aad Si\k Scarf, to our LEADS, Laving an entire new set ol( January. 1847. preceding said time, have had his babita Circui.and of the County of Columbia of the mont (Signed) '
tiy which we are enabled to furnish a per- Pike Co., Geo., 12 1 I16.
silk Handkerchief. mrott. GJU"IS. July dcmicil home and place of Etern ,Forida THOM B.T***.
lion
Fancy
fet aide. We are also Agents for the sale of the Dr. Woodruff Please forward immediately threedozen permanent abe 5 July 3. 1W7.
Linen Cambric in the in which he offer to vote, Augt 2.181.Law : 4.
hem-stitchcd and Napier Washington and Smith PRESSES, which of your Worm Specific. We have it county may bI
lIe1ks, plaIn.
Do. do. t Slicks,Fur- tal.fo deemed a qualified voter at all elections under this 1
with Chases Cases Send
Coun"TAX
4 together : Composing daily. without Respectfully
embroidered, : dely. Notice.B1tOCKENBROIJGII& elersn
Constitution and none others, except in elections by
r in the
and other article required
iiitare. Ink
coloured Kid uioves, every G. fc CO. : '
Black meTa and fancy vvet Work Pocket. Print ing buinfs.will be kept on hand,and furnJihe.J TALBOT., Geo., IL., 1815. general ticket in the State or District prescribed by SALE.
and
Slk : the elector have been T Y virtue of authority
law, in which cases, must a MAXWELL > vested in me by hw
Mitts at manufaclnrer'spnices.Editors Dr. Woodruff have ,I
coloured silk recently made trial of '
and fancy you
Black white and Printers wishing to establish a News- resident of the State one year next preceding the 1J expos? (or sale,before the Court Howe oW hal
iik Glove. Worm in a bad with the t
White and black twist Job Printing Office will be furnished with Specific very case. hippioteffect. election,and six months within the election district BROCKENBROUGI wi return to Ho- Monticello, Jefferson County, on the ,I
Muslin Edgings and InierURg, paper or I think more of it than ever, andbclieveitwill WM.H.
.
Lisle Edging in which he offers to vote. Provided, That no soldier Courts of the First Monday in
October
I to 8 in. wide, an estimate in dot ail for the same,by stating the size do in V'J in the IU next,
Black silk Lace cass seaman or marine in the regular Army or Navy Middle Circuit,and of Jackson and Franklin Counties the
the of following
and Laces of the paper,or particular style andvquantity J. ROPER M. D proprtl. or 1 much Hereof
Thread and Bobbin Edging work to be E of the United States, unless he were a qualified elector in West Florida. B. fc M. will also attend the pay the State Taxes due .will
.4 and Sun-shades, executed an thereon for
.. Parasol Parasollettes, Muslin Bonnets, fjCj- The proprietors of newspapers who wi pub. of this State previous his enlistment a such Supreme and Federal Court Their time will b year 1946. viz: th

China, straw and fancy do. do. do., lish this advertisement six months,and paperto TiE REMEDY DEEDED soldier seaman or marine in the Regular Army or devoted exclusively to the legal profession, E i. S E 4. S.20.T. t..R.3.N t E. SO

Miwei Chiha and and Ribbons our office weekly, will be paid fur the advertise For Dysentery, Diarrhea, Griping Puins and Navy of the United State,or of the revenue service, claims against the Unie States, for the attentive NEJ.NEJ acr.*'

Lutestring Bonnet Flowers Ribbons, assorted, ment by purchasing six limes the amount of advertising Summer Complaint of shall be considered a resident of the State! in consequence prosecution of arrangements have been mae NW4.NW4," 32.T.J.R.3NkE40. .

coloured velvet Neck Ribbons, bill in Type. From the late Captain HOLMLS, GeorgiaRegiment. of being stationed within the same. in Washington. NW4.SE4." 28T.1R.3N&E,41) .
Fancy & CO. Pa'e Senate, December 1, IS 1(5.( March 13, 1947. 31 SE4.SW4,"
silk Hose, GREE' .
Black and white .T.J.R3NIE4f
White brown,blue, and slate cord ditto, June '1. 1S17. 40 Cm 1 St. Row. Rn nOl ST. I AGO, July 24,1SI'J.' D. H. MAYS, President Senate. NW4.NE4" 3.T.J.R.3.NkE4| .

Misses white and brown do. do., Notice. Dr. M. W'oodrntt-Dear Sir-f owe>ou a apology II. ARCHCB Secretary Senate. TIN MANUFACTORY. All in Township Rge &EII g jtf
Passed Howe, December lfl. ferson
Feather and painted Fans, for not acknowledging before this the receipt of a HHI. County.

Pink, white paper scarlet, straw, and blue Floience. ALL persons having claims: against (the estate of box of your Dyseiitary CurdLl which you had the ROBERT BROW N, Speaker Ho. Reps.M. J. R. FORTUNE SMITH SIMKINS.

Long Lawn Irish Linen, Linen Sheeting, Poter. late of Washington County, de. kinne t send rue while in Colainbu, fo the use D. PAPT, nel k. Shff. and tor cffiei Tax. Ce!. Jeff. {V

Linen Table,damask. ceased, wi present them to the subscriber within my corps. HAVING become the sole proprietor of the TIN June2'5ls-i7. 49 is

Linen Napkins Bird's-eye Diaper Linen Dowlas,, the tim prescribed by law, 01 .they will be bare; I have founJ it a most val'iible: medicine, and on1- .'n Art to amend the Constitution of this State lately the property o(R Flagler fc Co.. -

Russia Diaper. Crash and Huckerback Toweling, and tho; indebted to said estate will make payment regret that have not a supply of it. Whenever my as to make the sessions of the General Assembly r tke this method of informing public that he S. F. BURNEY

6 to 12-4 brown and bleached Cot. Sheeting, to the subscriber. men have followed' the direction.*,they have invana'bly biennial i"dta of annual. keep constantly on hand, at the shop oppositehis < lias Just Received per Sehr. Tallahassee, ftv
*
NATHANIEL MILLER,. Executor. found relief. We have assortment of all the varieties 01
Holland, suffered and store, a large
white and brown are
Col'd Cambrics, suffering 1. Be it New Orleans
enacted the Senate and and
Bombazine,silk Velvet, black Satin. J.nl 1. 1-1. 47 2m much from Dysentary, occasioned by the wrrtche SECTION by Tin and other articles usually kept in hi1 line 01 (really not poetically,) IB4

Alpacka.and Farnitnre water we have to drink, but your Cordial <>- loue Representaliees((of the' State of 110. business. He will also be prepared to furnish any DOW opening,
Dress rvla
Notice
conrened That he
Calcoe ring all to thrir uonrieaIt,'& and rigor. With mrallllnbl' t Merchants in the country Tin-ware at as low prices Ginghams tSwiss Muslin
number
Cruel, of shade chine of the fourth article PLAID
of the Constitution of
Silver Fanry Binding, T thEREBY: jrUen;, that George Russ, one of the my sincere thank,for your kindlier, ,and best wihe. this Stale be amended as they can get it from the North; and begs them to do. Shish Linen
Tape, : viz
Tbimbll' so to read follows
Neele.. ", Trimmings, _L heirs cf the estate; cf James F. Russ:, late of the fo jour success, I t.m ynr oVdient servant, d. The members ol the a Home of a : cal and examine for themselves. There i is an ob Batieste do. jMoe uito Netting,

White, brown and coloured Linens,for len,' County of Jark-en, in the State cf Florida dec'd-, ISAAC HOLMES, Cjpt. Micou' Guards. : he chosen the Representativesshall ject in having it here a it will be free from damage. Blk-fc white do. JBlaek Silk Fillet Gloves
f.nc by qualified votus, and shall
wear, has this day by his attorney,fed hit petition before A fresh supply of tlC above! valuable. medicines, serve for the term of two from and after the which it usually gets by shipping. Mourning Muslins jCot.Osnabnrga and bnn

Cottons. the Jud e of the Probate of the said County, just received and for : by Lewis: & Ames, Drug- of the first election under years the amended GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF TI5-WABE. Printed Muslins, domestics. '
Fancy clor and Assortment (>-r a distribution of said estate; and that, three gisls, Tallahassee; alv, l>y R. Manning,. M ,M n- day Cont- Embruidcred Muslins cALSO
Fancy and and the
A Pretty month fiom the date. of this notice, he will ask for nin ton, Leon County ; J3i. IJ. P 1. Miccosookie tution, no longer; lesions of 1 doz Furnaces, such as every family ought to : .

Ulcns Read Made Clothing. a order fur a distribution. Leon Count ; S F. C.tt.\, Miccosookie ; oral Assembly hhall be biennial, and commence on have, Sugar Dippr Sugar Skimmer, Oil Cans, 5 hhdj. Bacon Hams, 3 bbl. No.2 Mackerel.
the fourth in November in each and
HATS- UMBRELLAS, &c. B F. DENNARD, Samuel Puc! !ton, Iruzgit, Montictllo; James lime Monday everysecond Counter for Stoves, &.C., 5 a. Sides. 1S16;

Patent and Caf Boots, sewe and ree Attorney for Petitioner. Quincy; Joshua Iavics.ofGadelen County ; D. Baker > year law.Sec. or. at such other times a may be prescribed Sheet Iron for making Stove Pipes, 5 I. Sh'lders 20 bbls.sup'r. fine Flow

Calf d*. June U, I'-1. 47 3m I' M., Chalahohil and Wm. Powers, Merchant by Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of BoildingI 10 kegs leaf Lard Crushed Loaf and Brown
Fashionable Bearer and Leghorn Hats, Marianni. 2. Be further enacted, That the third clause and put up at short notice,either in the city; 3 bbls. Sugar.
Stnfc Tax Sale of the fourth article of the Constitution be amended
Men* and Boys Palm Hats, Colector's April, 1S17. 37 or country. June 12, 1S47. 47
Cotton Ginghams and Silk Umbrellas. BY *irtue of the power vested me by law, 1 I :_. 5'/that the same hall read a follows: 3d. That the ALSO, a new invention for draining which
Sugr.
Hard Ware. hal expose for sale, on the fourth Monday in Land for Sale.T Representatives shall be cho* n on the first Mondayin will drain it for market in two days, a be. the DR. J. REESE'S

band key. tenant and wood Saws.Auzers.files.chUels August before the door of the Court House at WILL sell FARM Lake the month of October, in each and every second planters to call and examine.
Mill t. iny en Jackson, situated
crou- and braces with bitts.auort'd, Koch's Blitfi, in the county of Washington, State of J. about nine miles north !. This farm year, from and after the first election under this amended 20 patent Well and Cistern dfhgle and double R LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.

trunk, chest, cupboard, Florida, the following described lands, or so much tliomand) Constitution,or on such other day a may Pumps, well adapted to plantation use.Marchfi,1817. .
Knob, plate, stock, pd. contain near one acres, seven hundred ol be directed by law. of feeble constitutions and these of..
thereof will the State and taxes dueon 33 PERSONS
and t as pay County which i is cleared, and is in
box horse assorted now i fine stale for cnlli- habits are often troubled with habilaal
. : Sec. 3. Be further enacted,That the fifth clauseof
the for the
Pocket and table Knives, shoe and butche'do.. same year 1S4G: vation, having been in fallow for two years. For the aforesaid article be so to read costiveness which often exerts a very unfavorable

Carving Knire*and Forks.RAZORSFevfleft 040. acre, tying in Holmes'Valley, purpcrting to fertility of soil, I am latife it is.not surpassed by follows, viz: Senators arena a the a SANDS' SARSAPARILLA influence upon their general health which is particularly .
and Ra- belong to the estate A. B. Blackwell.! Te by ,
Rouj :
Ready
of Old
in
o any upland farm country. When it manifested by irregularity,if not total I ioatf
for the
Also 400 ,I in Holmes' term of (our years at thesame
tJing
acres Valley, 'ualifl
zorStrap purport was cleared, it was laid off with circular horizontalrows in the same manner, and in the FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE appetite. In this condition of the system thitv
in G. same
to to
German silver table and tea, Britannia table and belong S"ee. ,and has not consequently, washed,and will now place where they vote for member of the House of OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN tide is confidently recommended with the usance

tea and iron table and tea Spoons, of Also,W M.acres White, purporting and to belong St. Andrew's to the estate produce aj much Corn, Cotton or Sugar, a it did Representatives; and no person shall be a Senator IMPURE SATE OF THE BLOODOR that, if the dose is properly adjusted so as not la
Joseph lying on Bay.
Box, and corn Mills, Brass preserve Kettles, when first Two ) past, I made an THE SYS- move the bowels too actively relief ma be relied
Also! 161 acres, lying on the head of St. Andrew's ceae. years ; experiment unless he be a white mm, a citizen of the HABT ; !
Chains Unite
Log fifth, trace, halter and dog Su.ar on twenty-five acres, which had! Statesanl shall have been an inhabitant of VIZ: upon without any or even the least unpleasant CM-
mick'
Wrought iron Grid-irons, Waffle and War r.iro Collins.Bay,near McCol purporting to belong to- produced Cotton cnps and two of Corn, for two years next preceding his election, and, the Scrofula o King Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate sequences resulting from the use of commoi ptrp-

Collins' io. 1 Axes. Steel Traps JOHN W. COOK Sheriff and with the rot indifferent preparation,made one last jear a resident of the district or county for whichhe Cutaneous Eruptions,Pimples or Pustules o tile tive medicinej usually resorted to.
Shovels
Ame'Spades and long and-short-handle. and officio Tax Col. Washington Co. thousand pounds per acre. An avenge crops of a shall be chosen, and shall Lave attained the age Face, Blotches, Bile. Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Persons subject to Bilious Cholie may rely on tit
Snaths shrub Scjthes and reap Hooks, ex bale of Cotton to the acre has aliva}* been made of tears. JVo or Scald Head,Enlargement and preventive properties of this medicine by using it OB

. 54 Fair and good supply Mechanic Tools, and February 20.1317. 31 mBa when the season suited the cultivation.! I i is well twenh'.f'e. furthtr enacted. That the sixth clauseof Pain of Ttle. and Joints, Stubor Ulcers. the first intimation of an approaching attack. Thereare

- .' Many, many articles in the Hard-ware line notmentiont and Billiard Room. adapted to the culture of Indian Corn, i in pox- Sc. aforesaid article be so amended to read Syphilitic t Sciatica or Lumbago and some constitutions liable to regular attacks cfBillicu

imity to the Lake affords the finest rinee for stock of follow,>iz: The classification of Senators a, madeat a Diseases Syplqr. an injudicious use ofMtr. Fever almost t very fall ; to such the use sf

Willow and Wood Ware. !1TICELLO. FLORIDA. all kind My terms arc one-third tf the purchase the first .esirJ ol the General Assembly a held in Aseites or Dropsy,Exposure or Imprudent this medicine is commended, beginning to use it
t undersigned informs his friends money to be paid on the of J-iiuary next, and cu by the middle of May or first of Jane.
Churns, 3 sizes Tubs of ;all sizes T respectfully : frt the year 1S45, shall continue unchanged ; one half il Lfe. Also Constitutional Disorders
1 Well Buckets,Bails,Bran and iron-bound Buckets and the public that he has opened a BAR AND the balance in four annua inslalmcnt from that date, of whom, as-nearly as possible, shall b chosen forever pills preparation. is a combination hitherto unknown Those whose digestive organs are feeble often n.

t Kelen, Bread7trays, Wood-measures, BILLIARD ROOM in Montielo. on the West side bearing an interest tf per hereafter biennially for the term four years: I in the history of Medicine, differing entirely perience a sense of fullness weight and oppression

Willow ChairsJand Carriages< for children cf the pubi square, ( accommo"tiol. and JOHN S. SIIEPARD. po however, and it i i. hereby delare. that in its character and operations from the various about the stomach after eating will find this medicine .

: Work Baskets ind covered Market ditto solicits patronage. His DLLAHD ': is May 29, IS 17. .15 btPRINTS the term of office of that class of preparations of Sarsaparilla which have afford almost immediate relief.

![Groceries.Young one of the most approved pattern, il excellent red at the first election under the amended Constitution at different times to the public. It acts ben specifically Ladies near their confinement often suffer from

I Teas order. His BAR is stored with the best THnr, Li. ONLY. shall extend to,and expire on, the first Mondayin upon the of.re system, thereby bringing i it heartburn and costiveness: to such Ibis article is

Hyson,Imperial and Powchong aiwrs and Cigars : also a variety of CONFEC October, eighteen hundred and fifty. under its direct and immediate influence. Although highly recommended as it can be used without the

. p: Rio and Java C ffee, TIONARY. His rooms will be opened at all hour SPRING STYLES-1817. Sec. 5. Be i further enacted, That the first election possessed of powerful healing effects, yet it i i" entirely least danger and with great Benefit. In sick or nervous .

*t Butter and Wafer Crackers* day and evening and, by ktrict attention to bu
Roe Hering. in brrel., i bbls., brand, 1W3, and a desire to please he hopes to cive general satisfaction & BlTEWSTER shall take place on the first Monday in October i icate constitution.1 When in perfect health, no ef article will be found to act as a plersant cordial .
No. his and him. LEE and tonic restoring the appetite, and at till
to
see hundred and (
CUtomef. Cal eighteen and the first feet i is produced by its use an increase of
No.1 Beef, orty.eigh except appetite -
10 ibbl. Fulton Market, and Peaches S BARRINGTON. -1 CED.SREE NEW YORK, session of-the General A! this amenddEd :; but when disease is seated in the frame and same time fulfilling every intention that the common
dried ,
Ben., Rice, Apples Monticello, May I, 1S47.- 41 Beg leave Drj Goods, that they Constitution,shal I commence on the fourth Monday carrying fast its victim along the path of life. their purgatives are intended to effect. & purely w,.

Sdine. 10 ibbls. soused Pigs-feer have received, and are now exhibiting, at TiE in NOHmbr, in the j'ca eighteen hundred and its mysterious influence is felt and seen; it enkindlesnew etable, and, when used according to the.dsreethuis,
ibbls.! Hour, Lemon Syrup Boot and Shoe will be found invaluable article
Bbl. Making. WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Printed life, and vigor, and health and strength an ,especially to thoM
: Candles, Colgate Pearl Starch coca, bring afflicted with pepsiaDerangement of tie Liver
Passed December
22
Ieraigncdt having purchased the Snatt 1'16. to the suffering and
brown and toilette Soaps, ;
Colgate palo Soap, THE General
assorted stock and matcuals of LUAES 500 A m MAYS President of Senate. .TRUTH is STRANGER THAN FICrION.-LET or Debility.

Pickles assorted-Catsupi and crushed, REHFFLD, who is about leaving the State, Comprising all the H. ARCHER, Secretary ot Senate. THE .'ACS SPEAJ FOR THEMSELVES.: -The follow Prepared by Doctor J. Reese,Griffin.Pike county
Olive Oil loaf Sugar
kt Factories, respectfully informs his friends and the New Styles Passed! House of Representatives, December 21SJO. ing certificate is only another link in the great chainof Georgia and for sale by appointment at
Scotch Snuff, of Sprlo"
and vera public that he is at present at the old stand, wherehe Of British, French ; testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and E. BARNARD, Jr's..
.Hantatlue
Mustard ,
White Spices Lead. Window Glass, i is: prepared to execute all work in )his line with which, ADDITION to their .hck, ROBERT BROWN,Speaker Ho. of Reps.M. be convinced. What it has done once it will do Drug Store Tallahassee
Putty, and has their assortment of the D. P Clerk House DANIEL LADD Newort
Train, Linseed, and Lamp Oils, promptness despatch. He on hand the fines' one most beautiful and attractive APT Reps. again.

Good chewing, smoking and low price Tobaccoes, of cal skins and all soils of materials, and wil in the city ; and luvirgjtul been purchased Febiuary 27,1S47. 32 GmSHERWOOD'S CHARLESTOW.V, Mass., Sept 23J, 1S1G. Monticello,

Powder, Shot Lead, fcc. fcc. fcc. shot notice, and in the best manner. GENTIE1fN'S FOR CiSH AND SHORT (CREDIT, This may certify that my son, now aged seventeenhas HARDY BRYAN.Quincy.
BOOTS AND SHOES of every descrip been for ten with the scrofulous
-- soledand otherwise in Are oflre by the piece or package on the same years aicte Agent for Thomas county,Georgia.
repaired the of he had
:: inhabitants of the city and county, good sle! fote. charges. He 1"1 and below manufacturers prices. MAGNETIC REIEIE GOLD PILLS AND humor. At age seven years the measles May 22,1847. 44
(Te wi war. which probably caused this humor to make iU
ap-
'. adjacent counties, are particularly requested rant his work to be equal to any done in lhp place Catalogues of prices (corrected daily,) are placed PLASTER. in a most singular his
way covering State of Florida.IN .
call and for themselves-and, c peci- in the hands of lAGEISE pearance bOy
to see and to satisfaction to buyers.
give good fitting
his head his feet with small
any from to I
ally, we call the attention of the LADIES, whosetaste other workman.a a a Purchasers will inform Ihcmselm of the state ofthe'maket For Chronic Diseases of the Orrans and limbs sulted Doctor of and he tumor.examined him CIJA CERY.-IN THE CIRCUIT COOT
p known to It will afford roe great and be well fof examination a Meicne. FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY.
(l' was never err. JOHN LERCH. repaid ?an /1HRONIC VISESE of the three in not his
days suc understanding
4 % pleasure to display before them the diversified and _May S, 1547.- 43 I even i if they do not purchase.L. i I .. ,l V/ class Hypertrophy in.l't case,advised me to eion consult Dr.Rogers,ol New York, Hampden S. Linton. Complainant,
.
attractive FANCIES in Store. have peculiar for ...
& advantage executing orders be distinguished by the
variably I then resident of that After
being a
; city. a long
'a Immediate., aR pundu attendance, mil be (or printsAbicli are rtpecfdl! solicited. -i pain which is produced by pressure and critical examination, having more than thirty Catharine Eliza Smith John M. Smith,and RidurfH.
,_ o, (Lii / LEE .
h the of
the Harrison
on Defendants.
epi-
S. F. BURNEY. gnglion. other medical centletnen with him at the same time.
.; 44 Cefar Street. C i nal nerves, he it Scrofula TT appearing to the Court, by the affidavit of complainant -
or Evil. The
'; April 1', 1S17. 3 -SJTE.Pleasc copy. January 23, t 1547. 27 t2S! *spaces along each side of the pronounce (for,and King's commenced taking JL that the defendant Catharine Thai

spine,no matter what name may medical wa drugs from that time. lie worse until Smith is a non-resident of the State and resides in

. Peters1 Vegetable Pills, M. D. PAPY 1_i have been given to the malady by June of 1S37 and then his bones became grew affected in the State of South Carolina:

physicians,nOologists, or other of the that had been him. It therefore Ordered That the said defendant ss
consequence mercury
Truth I mighty and In this case ba GREAT ARRIVAL @m 'medical writer The pain thus A piece of bone came away from his under-jaw given in appear and answer the complainant's bill on or before

Prevailed 1PEER s produced will be more or less the third Monday in July next otherwise the same
in all the Courtsin the Middle the first place, large English a piece
80
Bushels, or 25.OOO Boxes of WILL Pracice a a a wanut.
to the will be taken for confessed and the matters them
favorite severe,according intensity
PILLS have from the firit been a on the first thor of the Cap from his forehead as large a a
- in the South, but now their consumption Dr Gordon's Family Pills itol, South wing room formerly ociapicd by the '; of the disease, or its active or from near the crown of his a head.: It then went piece to decreed accordingly: And it is Jvrthtr Orderei

is confined to no section. In the North, the Secretary of the Territory. -5- 1 passive btate at the time. Pressure the back and side, and discharged in three places. That a copy of this order be published ia moms tithe

!4 and the West, beyond the Potomac: "PIIE vast and increasing demand for this new andJL November 15, 1845. 17 ------- =--- on the ganglions next abe From thence to one of his limbs, in con public newspapers printed an the State oact a

S .-., Et ,South a wel, India a and the West In. justly celebrated medicne. and the numerouscures -. the first cervical vertebne., indicate in the annexe of the ulceration the separating muscles and cord week for four months consecutively.
rope sequence
they are known and The demand they are daily all portions of the JOHN EftSlhiF. engraving No. 1, tubrcular di>a from the of the ankle joint on the back part.- THOMAS BALTZELL, Jvdgt.
die apprecated. bne
them has no parallel of medicine, country where they have been introduced, of Dyspepsia ATTORNEY AT LAW the Head and Brain, Throat Eye or Er; on the He had one time fifteen running sores or issues A true copy : Teste,
fa Liver Complaints, and Billions Diseaseswith No.2, that of the Muscles Limbs C. G. Clerk.
space or ; FIFE
end it may be said of their advocates : from the glans of the throat and those places I have
'. The cry is still they come!" their well known attendants, Sick headache Qutucy.Florida. on the space No. 3, that of the Lungs; on the space mentioned. In 1840, I lived in Portsmouth, N. H., Monticello, Fa., March 16,[20] 1S47. U 4m

In all diseases of the stomach, the abdominal vis- &has induce the undersigned to make arrangements ViriLL attend the Juttices Courts of Gadsden No. 4., that of the Stomach; on the space No. 5, that and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever, which '

the liver,or the system generally, their alternative to reeh'e .stock direct from the pioprietor, V V County, the Circuit Court of .fiddle Florida, of the Liver, and at the letter A,that of the Spleen ; settled in one of his hips, which swelled large Deaf and Dumb AsylumOF
ere and would lay to their numerous ,that theyare and the Courts in the adjacent of on the No.6, that of the Small Intestines a 3
and tonic properties, acting upon the constituent cu.tomerl : Counte Georgia space ; on three of the other. Being under Medical treatment : KENTUCKY.
immediate prepared to supply them wholesale and retail, atNew November, 1<15. the No.7, that of the Kidneys the
properties of the blood,will produce an space ; on space they gave him laudanum until he lost his reason.
: York Ccj- Sentinel O nHE subscriber the resident of thcswlL
change, and eventually perform a radical cure. prices.THOMAS ____ copy. No. 1, that" of the Uterul; and on the space No. 0, Then I became alarmed, and sent for a Thomsonian. agent
TESTIMONIALS. M. TURNER, Savannah. that of theTestes, &c. Institution offers for sale in tracts, and/**
; A large stock of these excellent Pills His medicine helpe his.Lip and resored his reason to suit about Thousand Acra
Extract of a letter from Dr. Waines, of Philadelphia just received, NATIAXln. IIAMLIN, It is no rnatterwhetherteudernesbe found in one The third attacked with this in terms purchasers Four
and for sale, at 25 cents box,with full directionsby was fever or LAND situated in the of Jackson ia the
the per or more places,or whether one or of the county
Your Pills Factor and more
,dated February 2, :- are Commission Merchant organs 1812, when of Dr. Sand
hearing and
.,1 mildest in their operations 18-and yet most powerful in LEWIS fc AMES, MILES NASH,and EDWARD or limbs be diseased, as the curative cessunder the being satisfied that all other Sarsaparilla medicines,had State ol Florida. Also, the Eight t. Ltcitc, M*

with in .oRNARD. Tallahassee Fa., and on enquiry will NEW-ORLEANS. use of these remedies, in one and all of the perfectly limited extent.
their effects of that I have ever met a I proceeds failed I and
any : o a cure, sent procured six bottles
be founl to. all the towns and villages in the South WM. The above lands selected dat ,.
BAILEY Jefferson diseased the were at an early
practice of eight and twenty je rs. Their action on \ Co.) organs and limbs at{ same time. To determine and by the time he had taken it all I consideredhim
the chyle, and hence on the impurities of the blood, and West. JA KIRK EY, Esq.. Ta1ahutc. > RirEaEKCE8. the necessity of these remeie it i only well. Those places healed-he became brightand an experienced judge and are believed to be ataonp*
May 8, 1917. 42 Cm D. LVDD the finest in the
Esq., j to detect the o ganglia, in county.
is evidently very surprising. 1cwllort. necessary tenderes lively-color came to his face and lips-from
Extract of a letter from Dr. Henry Hall, of Que.b Febiuary 6, 2'J any of the intervertebral spaces on either side of the I that time till the Fall of 1844, his complaints never C. H. DUPONT.

. L. C. March 0, 1841:-""'or billions fever, spine. These remedies invariably cure every case him. At that time-he became deaf,'which Agent of J). If D.A. .1 I y.

headaches, for pidity of the bowels, and en- N. 1'!. 1IAU''IN, in the first stages of t the disease,and great majorityof trouble until last March, when his right be- Quincy June 12,1S47. 47 lySheriff's

. p.) argement of the spleen, Dr. Peters Pill are a excellenl Commission nnl:! Forwarding Merrhant, those white in the last,including tubcrcula consumptionand continue afeced; from that to the left eye,covering eya the Sale.
swellings. Incipient consumption is frequently -
medicine." I lot I Poydras street sight eye so that he was in a great measure
For sale by LftWIS &AMES, MILES NASH, I detected by these symptoms, even before the deprived of sight. B>Y virtue of a writ of fieri facias. Issued frey

i EDWARD BARJtlRD.May T3UYING.NEW.ORLEANS. LA. cough commences. There i is: no other remedy for Knowing that Sands' Sarsaparilla was the only 1 the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court (or tbs
SELLING .
.?g4 S 42 6m RECEIVING: AND F02J the diseaseis well known to every physician. The medicine that had ever done him any I County of Le n, Middle Circuit of Florida,whmlA

a.e' .--- ,154. TIE success of these Pills in curing in a few W.-HDING. attended to with promptness.RLFtr.a remedies are perfectly safe for persons of all ages and to Mr. Fowle, Apothecary at Boston goo. applie. Henry Ihman. Executor of TheophilusHjman'i-

CABINET MAKING. where all othe remedies have faied. and Jwo. W. ARGYLL- TO conditions, and require no change of diet except that ha taken fifteen dollars worth, which has lt. fate, i is plaintiff, and Wesley Manning.Ad u"MfJ:-
that, too, in cases of twelve LATHAM fc BARRY remove
I and of a supply of For sale by l II"ed
A. BE.TWICK greater too. the humor from his eyes and hearing and : tor of Henry J. Cask ins,i is defel'Ktant.1 haw
standing-warraids the S. S.
SIBLIY.
assertion, that if taken according December 5 MILES NASH, appears to be cured, and radically so. I verily believe upon, and will expose for sale before tile Court
' D.lOl& LYNCH. to the directions, they are a crtain cure.- 1<.4. 2<) At the Post Office, Tallahassee, Fa.May8,1817. this latter toubll might have been avoidedif House door, in the city of Tallahassee on the first

;:'1 ri AVING ; entire stock and interest of A long list of be certificates in proof of their infalli _H Cm i I al continued thnrougly the use of the Sarsaparilla Monday in August next, within legal hours,tnsfo -
added but those
bility
might the
JLL Francis Wieiiker in the Cabinet Shop, are deemed sufficient. upon diretions m! 9 Sea Island Cotton Gins.JTIE when he was under its influence the first time. lowin::described propertyto wit: _
t9 them
are and
,t.. prepared to da all kind o work in that line and that they are the most effectual Try be conyincec DKALERSINDRUGS I These are the simple statements of t the facts of thecae E i, S ESec13Town5hip2Range2.N&NEJNF.1 **
and
.r 1i; hope the patronajtt given to the shop will subscribers beg leave to in- and I feel it my duty to make those facts knownto 21, 2.at 2.N *?.
best offered MEDICINES; .
be c.tinG.eir experience in the business very remedy ever to tne public to insure PAINTS, OIL, the planters of long-staple the public for the benefit of those who may Sj.NEJ.t.. 24, .2, M 2N&t.

they can give satisfaction. a permanent and lasting cure. Toilet Articles, Perfumery, it., Window Glass, that they are still engaged in afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction b NJ.NWJ, .. 2-1. 2, 2.N.tE.

They execute their woik well, and are wiling to dip BRAGO'S STRE. Lowdes Co., Ala., ) PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORS, the latest improved cure ha been effected solely from the effect of this W1.SW4. .t 18, a' 2, 3NI.E.

( it on a reasonable terms as any work- April 29, 181. J Having sold a great many invaluable medicine. NW4,- I'J, 2.ta 3.N.tF.
-4 the State. / I Dr. G. K; Tjler-Desr Sir:- may certify Apothecaries' Glass Ware &c. ,South Carolina and Florida, HANNAH W. BECK 228 Main st. NW4.SW4." 19, .1 2. 3Na.E.

March 35 hat, after using many preparations for the cure of TiE above constantly on hand,and for sale the who have them, October
2.181'/1, I Chills a purchased Sufoll.it. Boto. 13, 18IG.-Then per containing 560 acres,more.or less.
it and Fever,and expending some forty-five dol- market prices. and who establish t .a
-. lane in are willing to the reputation of the above named Hannah W. Beck Levied upon as the property of said feodaw ,

; 4 Middle Circuit.IK physicians bills, without any benefit, I pro the same Gnl (or ginning out more Cotton and and made solemn oath that the above certificate, by to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias. .. ..
cured
a box of D. Tyler's. Fever and Ague Pills, atone We have receive by late arrivals large additional cleaner any other Gins in us..gmtVu.LALlQA her subscribed, and Itatementl therein contained, A. A. FISHES, Shm&,

yfr JEFFERSON CIRCUIT. .. COURT.. dollar cure me efetualy. after I had supplies of .and Cktnncali,which, k ACOSTA, Centrenie. are true. me, June 10, HH7. 48

NitbnMPearce, ) .u ere with this ; unpleasant com- together with most of the popular patent reeie Ga j GEORGE L. BRoWN, JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace.

t$.i Attachment for plaint for twelve months. I have known them used render our assortment the largest audjnpst, Single Gins, 8-13; do..wifhall late improvements, For further and conclusive evidence of New Books, &0. .

g Eugene Ablon *nd Robert R. $gOlt.c M In thirty(hem cases to and apt a single best box hu failed. I be- the State. All a which we offer I thl lowest cash $53. Double Gins, 073; do. with all late improvements its superior patcla.efcay. see pamphlets, which TUST received per Brie Detroit Omo,a Narrrfiw
and .
most safe
Bord.laUMerohants.tradirig leye for b tbe.e and cer- plCt'l.July $83. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had atmoerte may be obtained of Ag gratis. J of Ad ventures iath.Souta Seas by Hst5UM T

i4 under the name ,and style o Damage, $ ooo. tin care ago tonic a e..that in can be used,and unequalled 25, 18.6. 1 LEWIS AMES. rates. Oren (or Gins and repairing Gins Prepared and sold by A. B. & D. SANDS, Druggists Tile; Webster's Domestic Economy and Hotts keet'
as a
4' E. Ablon fc Co. J JrpHE ditions of the ,retoratY all debilitated E. con please direct to VANCE BUNS, 10 Fulton street, comer of William N.Y.SoldahobyLEWIS3rA1ESTallahaseeeSMlThI. lug, Cinq Mars by Alfred D* Vip,
and til others interested hereX MYERS. 300 Pieces 22
defendants are Calico. May 1847. Ga. Castle of Ehrenstein James.
( 1 S by
.9b. }I .bj notified of th Institution of the above suit at Price Tallahassee$1 per, box Fla., by with LEWIS full directions.& For tl., SPRING and Summer Prints, choice pattrD just &CATLIN, Pensacola B.WHITING,St. Marks, Arthur Martin by Chart. Burdett.

attachment, and required to and plead AME MILE and for sale W. M'Kinney and the Alien
FfrT by a app EDWARD BARNARD and by Ruel by Druggists generally throughout UDt Gordon by Joseph Alden
declaration filed in this ease the time NAS
bIbs H. GREENBERG &'CO. States. Anthon't Cesar Anthon's Sailuat. .
in all the towns and 1' ,
k'31 prescribed b West. villages South and April, 141. 37 < 5CRAUS TTAVING taken Rooms Price,f 1 per bottle. Six;bottles for.$3. Wilberforce'a! Manual for Communicants,
lw.BEIE ARCHER, at.Banner House, MonJLL -
4I & 03-: The public to remember Macaulay'a Miscellanies,Alison's Essays,
May 8,1847. 43 6m ticello F!.. a ruete
tender jus rptfr
for PIIinLif.3fq9lS47s r
AUOe. very etuJ fr- that it if tat ha been Wilson'sHemaa's a. .
4S ABJ.) fin t those who desire .ecnt. Like it constantly S.B.pa caret of Poems Picket Maps ol U. s.*tJMfi"'

Groceries. ANat Talab.8 planta 1 ne oflbmsln. or(den which trans a diseases to which the human Blue Window 36 iwche.wiJ's

4a (ITLfTAR'S BALI OF WILD CHERRY, (or 1 FUL L assortment just received' and for sale by > Thomas 1 mite to posterity IOtDto o the put. mOtcJl( i ct o uk SarnparUUi New Patterns Figuered Bouas Paper,.aid BO'dITfOFor ".
tO Paper
(y saisby LEWIS & AlE. A L. *. H..GBEENBEBG fc. CO. .' .county 20 ,Georgia; tt $5 H A|0", .an4$1' ,. I Likne are warranted pleas. Pee'3 ao4 i.abjt..tu.Dembr theea Se'- I sal. *y P. A. HAJWJUD. ,
31 A 1-.13,1317. V. ,'I' 27,1847. .
Febnurj 20, 1917. Monicelo, lrc & 12, 188 t Ij ] I!, 184'7. 47




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