The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: July 31, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA SATURDAY eflortt of those whose rights hue .
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;Ah JQr"re. That-time cannot destroy, that you do not gel served like the 'quiet; t--d-;; I less, so unequalled !- and yet every to-and i.1 /Vow OeAt&am* JYajifcr July 19. -scarcely her feet to the U- to 'protection ot t Commerce-.c------ -'tmon- --? .tho- < -

And youth and tp snail read the page gentleman,' by the lovely girl we peeped in look thrilled his heart like the forgotten_IDUSIC THE COTTON WORM. She kept touching just nip and Jr g States,"the "cl defeatsnaranteed -. "

... r 4 That tells of fallen Troy at." of old. She was very intimate with Ada,"who ,It havis; been postivery announced that The wagon was filled wW Ih, hut not a by The edtiifcrf&cfe cit (
1t Bwt proodlj bnga banner flung 5' Don't rattle on at such an eloquent rate, often threw out mysterious hints which he the caterpillar bad made its appearance in drop fell on me 1" wil watr xens inhabiting jhe country bordering upon _!
Jijlwi! Out o'er the walls of time, If you arc released from the bondage of a formal could not understand. One day he found them part. Louisiana, producing much alarm a- the interior lake and rivers, t nll1d I

'&. There shines ai bright in )ling light, city. No danger of my -" in Ada's boudior. There was a soft light i in nong the planters, Professor Fonhey instituted TIO OF SENTIMENTSBVTUB convenient harbor as may ar ahelt t
of The lace of Brandy w inc. But the sentence remains even yet to be finished the eye and a warm glow on the cheek of in inquiry into the subject and visited num. DECL\RA Navy, whenever it shall b ron i I :
in i ,for at tbat moment they met their friends, ; Miss Manley which was indescribably beauti. Icr of the plantations to obtain full informalon. Chicago Internal Improvement Convention. sary by hostilities with ; and '
lit I oft have read of England's dead who took them home with them, to discuss the I ful. On some light pretence, Ada left them The Professor had previously] that the construction of such harbors cannot ..
Who slept! at WaterlooOf subject of the party. alone. Leslie was embarrassed, and he ask. ied a great deal of labor in investigating expen.the The Convention submit to their fellow citizens safely be delayed to th time which will demand '

those who lie neath IlJdia"lsk!, The next evening came, and with it a gay ed her to sing. She hesitated, colored and ratural history and habits of the cotton cater. and to the Federal Government the following its immediate us. 1

To king and country true and smiling throng; of village lads and lassies beganA pillar (noctua gossyppii,) the results of which propositions a expressing their own TtlA Tbat the argument most com '

But never word my heart; has s-tirreJ, gathered within the neat and tasty parlor of young heart is pining, forsaken-alone; were given to the public in the last number oftllow's sentiments and those of their constituents : against appropriations to protect 1 ,
Nor could its fibres thrill the Harveys. Many a bright-eyed and dim. The gladness has fled from a once merry tone, [ Review. lie asserts most positive First That the Constitution of the United commerce among the States," and to :
win As/ when I read of those who bled pie cheeked maiden, with a cheek more dimpling An eye his grown dim, and a cheek has grown pale; lythat the worm now feeding upon the cotton States was framed by practical men, for practical defend the inhabitants of the frontiers, that .
And died at Bunker lulL and ro _v. was presented to the statelyand She was loved, was forgotten-and dint in the vicinity Vidalia is not the same purposes, declared in its PreambleTo they invite sectional combinations, to insure \1 .

The sons of France have lain the lance elegant !Mr.\ Ilerwood ; but his restless She attempted to finish but her voice trembled wlich destroyed the crop last year and then provide fo the common defence pro I success to many unworthy objects j ,is founded I
it and the and she burst into tears. Leslie's heartbeat I mote the general welfare and to secure the on a practical of the f
ill Of haughty foeman low- glance found nt the face sought, gins a description of the two insects show. datr.t Republican 3 :
be On of music tones of the Beautiful Unknown met not faster, and he felt that it was the momentto inglhern to be very dissimilar in all respt"cts.'Altlnul1'h blessings of Liberty" and was mainly design principles of oar Government, a'rw}'of the ca- ij .;
many a plain sunny Spain decide his destinIn an of mingled ed to create a government whose functions pacity of the to select
At buzz of agony the people competent and
his ear. length a many greetingsand present worm be a nodua, ;
foe! may
Still the
('t. sleep haughty heroes welcoming, and words of admiration, hope and fear, he poured forth! a,wild,and apprehension need be felt from its visit as and powers should be adequate t the protection honest reprenttiYs That it may b urged i
_And Greece: mae.. boast of l wt.
n n. reached him from an adjoining; apartment, and hurried confession of his love. lie dared not it Jots not, in the opinion of the }Professor of the common interests of all the States, with equal force against legislation upon any ': .i-
Of her own Marathon! in a moment the one be had so impatiently look in her face, but ho emplored her to pity tnvel in search of food. or of two or more of them which could not be other subject, involving various and exten- :

But there is not another spot. awaited, glided into the room smiling, blush. him, to speak and end his suspense. A low But Mr. F. has }been reminded by those who maintained by the action of the separate Statesthat live interest That a just appreciation of j

r. Hath reared a Washington.DOMESTIC, ing, and saying: :gay things in r'ply to the flattery sob was the only reply. Ho raised his eyes to think differently, that this may prove just as in strict accordance with this object the rights and interests of nil our fellow citi- ,. ;'
LOVE. addressed to her. She did not for a moment her face ; tears: were standing on her down. destructive as the noctua: gossyppii to the cot. tho revenues derived from Commerce were zeDs in every quarter of the Unioodiaclaim. | 1
observe Leslie and he had full leisure cast lashes, and her cheek was burning crim ( lie surrendered to the General Government with and local purposes, will lead intelligent -
Domestic love! not in proud palace hall on plint. can give no assurance to the I J
I*often seen thy beauty to abide to gratify his wonder and admiration nt her son. They told him he was acccpte.I, and he contra-y but his opinion is decidely in the : the express understanding that they shouldbe I representatives to such distribution ;,_
Thy dwelling is in lowly cottage wall! exceeding trace and loveliness.! A dress ofnowy caught her small, soft hand in a delirium of negative. A new enemy, it is possible, may applied t the promotion of those common of the means in the Treasury, upon system jj J
muslin fell in folds around her delight, and pressed it to his lips. It was with be introduced interests. moderation and ultimate equality as
but '
That in the thickets of the woodbine hide; drooping be thinks it unfikoly. wi ,,1
form which of the round. drawn, and her larc eyes were lifted hal The Second That among these common inter. in time meet the most urgent wants j
Ita With bum of bees around, and from the side was most exquisite gossjppii has been known for o
proudly, mournfully (10 him and her tones ests and objects were : 1st Commerce and prevent those and i
3de. OT woody, hills some little bubbling spring ness and symmetry. Her beautiful arms 50 years at least, as the only great destroyer Foreign jealousies suspicions ?
were low but firm as she said to the regulation of which the which threaten the most serious **
danger to
Shining along through banks with harebells dyed ; gleamed whitely beneath a fall of shadow lace of the plant and it is probable that the same powersof
And many a bird to warble on the wing, looped up with white roses!, and her polished Perhaps, under other circum"tance.lfr.! : will continue to be the case at irregular intervals the States severally were confessedly inadequate our Confederacy. .. .":
Herwood I might be induced to accept I he and 2d. internal trade and TAirteenth. That we are utterly incapable
seemed the navigation
When morn her saffron robe o'er hen; en and earth and dimpling shoulders laughing at so long! as the plant shall continue to ::1
doth tresses; which kist-ed them. A wreath of HI. hand you have so generously offered mc. But grow. Wbat tie most favorable circumstances wherever the concurrence of two or more perceiving the difference between a harbor 3 ,.
fling. lies seemed designed to confine her redundant I have a young friend, surely you remember for tho production of the cotton worm are, is States was necessary to its preservation, or for\ shelter and a harbor for commerce and -j!
\Q O! lore of loves!.,...to thy white hand: is givenOf brown curls, but they were not used to restraint her Lillie Lelford ; and for her happiness and not known. But whenever they occur it will where the expense of its maintenance shouldbe suppose that a mole or pier which ,vi aflbrd .. J

earthly happiness the f olden key! and had stolen in graceful confusion, your own, I must remind you of your duty.- appear. No human it is feared can equitably borne by two or more States, and safe anchorage and protection to vessel i
Thine are the joyous hours of( winter's even. upon her slender neck and waist. Notwithstanding Think not that I could ever consider you blameless much retard or accelerate its destructiveness. course, thoso States must necessarily aginst a storm, must necessarily improve .
When the babe's cling around the father's knee; her lau there or worthy of lore with the knowledge have a voice in its regulation ; and hence habr, and adapt it to commercial ,
hin.; gayety was an expression Climate and weather not cultivation___._ ____ _nn__ tirnli.) pur. ,
And thine the voice that,on the midnight sea, of spiritual purity upon her white embittering my existence, that an innocent; ably the governimigcsuses' ;-- n' 1- resulted the Constitutional..n__ o---n frant nf-, nnwer-- tn-- poses. .

1 Melts the rude mariner with thoughts ol home brow, and ever and anon a soft shadow in her young! being was sinking into the grave because It is well to remind observers that there are I. Congress, u to regulate Commerce 'vith for Fourteentl That the revenues derived
Peopling the gloom with all be longs to oec. deep violet eyes. She was just making some her affections had been winned and then three or four species of worms which occaionally eign nations: and among the States." impst on foreign goods belong to the ,;
Spirit! I've built a shrine and thou hast come, careless repartee to the remark of some gay !. thrown away by one whom I called my 1m,. feed on cotton. Two of tbeso are- I Third. That being thus possessed both of whole and the public lands being the ':

And on its altar closed forever closed thy plume. gallant, when her glance caught the earnest band. Dream not, then that I shall everlis- ground[ worms ; one a cut worm and the means and of the power which were denied commom heritage of all l our citizens, so long
--- -- and admiring gaze of the proud stranger. The ten to vows which I have reason to believe tile other a large black gray and yellow/ striped to the States respectively. Congress be- as these resources continue, the imposition of ", J
D O t. !M lQHJJ: ( false but if I have influ. came consideration of any special burden on portion of the
fringes down her or unenduring! ; any which feeds obligated by any r
._ .__u, drooping swept quick over vonn on both leaf and stcm.1 .- ever" people to obtain the of
------ ence over feelings, it by returningto good faith and common justice cherish means accomplishing
crimsoning cheek and then those large eloquent your prove All/ of them put together, the boll worm iuclii.eJ t
a'le LILLIE LELFORD. MARIETTA ;. TUIJ.EP. eyes were raised to him with a timid inquiring her you have so heartlessly forsaken." ,'are not to be dreaded in comparison with and increase both the kinds of commerce thus objects equally within the duty and the competency ; ]
Her laturh is like a fairj's laugh, of the General l Government
She and left him the committed its would
So musical and sweet; look. That blush and glance-how arose to burning he noctua gossyppii. There i is at present a to care, by expanding and extending I be ;.
unjust and
c.of Her foot i* like a fairy's foot, should we understand them ? of a long silent thoughts shame and guilt and despair, which moth, resembling the cotton mo'h in the means conducting them and of I oppressive. .
.f.ee So dainty and so fleet. chord in his heart answered him. Advancingwith agitated his bosom. A thousand conflicting particular excepting its size-very numerousin every affording them all those facilities and all that Fieentl. That we disavow all and every ,:
Her smile sa flibtfuillunsiline. a bright smile, he held out his hand- emotions troubled his heart, as he tossed that the cotton fields and It is about half protection which the States individually would atempt the cause internal trade :
to Her hand is dimpled snow ; his restless couch and when be grass. have afforded had the and "Commerce the States,"with the
>d Her rosebudIn Lillie Lelford Is it possible night on came the size of the genuine moth. There is also! revenue and the authority among .
lip I
a very fortunes of a
with and head the break. been left any political j we
44 Quite possible Mr. Ilerwood other heavy eyes aching moth to
n. none
sweetness glow. Mi Of good. ; a very rare, which the Professor saw pry .
a. than little Lelford,-whom so gallantly rescued fast table, Ada informed him that :Miss Manley the first of June Fourth. That this obligation has ever been mean to place that cause such immutable ,
HCEH I Did you her that burst of laugh. you day first in the pine woods
principles and constitutional
ter? Let us peep in this rose-wreathed window from a home amid the mermaids, on the had left the city. about Mobile,and then in Concordia,-which recognized from the foundation of the Government duty of troth justice the of-'
l'n and see from whose merry heart came borders of the Atlantic." For a week he roved restlessly about the so much resembles the true sylph of the noc- and has been fulfilled partially by erecting and, as the deference of all respect i
ne those gushing and musical tones. She must *Ala I suppose you would have been very city, plunging into every kind of amusement tua gossyppii that he cannot undertake to de. light-houses, building piers for harbors parte favor. candidat3 #

off be beaumul.Vho ." glad to have reigned queen of the revels in and striving to forget his late refusal by re. bJ positively the presence of the cotton moth. break-waters_ and sea-walls removing' obstructions publc __ : '
it \ Leslie I" coral palaces ; but I prophecied that to reign newing his attentions to Miss Merrill ; but that The editor of the Concordia Intelligencer in rivers and providing other facilities! F.C AND CURIOSITE FOR THE J

Why, the one who created that laugh- the fair sovereign of one warm heart would lady was no longer interesting-the name, in publishing Professor F's. communication, for the commerce carried on from the ports .1
some fair, innocent young creature, with a better gratify your taste. Was I right '*' and 'Lillie Lclfbrd,' was forever ringing in his expresses strong dissent, and says the worm of the Atlantic coast ; and the same obligations A swarm of bees contains from 10,000 to 20,. l

t.j.t.n. spirit like sparkling waters, and a face all he drew her hand through his arm, and led memory. So one pleasant spring morning, now found in the fields eats the cotton and have been fulfilled to a much less extent 000 in a natural state, and 20,0 0 40.0 i in ", 1t
dimples and brightness. her out upon the vine-trellised and star-lighted Ada was surprised and delighted by the pro. therefore it is immaterial by what name it is in providing similar facilities for commerce a hive. ?

11 Ah, brother! in love with a laugh I portico. position of her brother to return, for a short called. among the States' and that the principle Sponges are believed to consist of excita- = JTble
I shall tell Miss Merrill ; she never conde.I After that evening,the shadow in Lillie Lei- time, to the residence of their friends, the liar. I We published yesterday a communicationfrom has been most emphatically acknowledgedto flesh full of small moutb by which they f :t

'aS scends to even smile." ford's eye grew deeper and dreamier and the I veys. They were soon borne by car and car. R. D. James, csq.,stating that the dread. embrace the Western Lakes and Rivers, absorb and eject 5
"PJetM forget Miss Merrill till I catch a laugh seldom came from her lip ; and when if riage.; Lack to the little village whr they ed caterpillar had appeared in Clark and Mon. by appropriations for numerous light.hse' Te sloth does not avan above : Lun- V,,
nearer glimpse of the light form which just did, her tones were low and sweet, and half spent the preceding summer so delightfully.As .- roe counties. This may be the case,but thereis upon them, which appropriations never yards in a day. It days in cilinbing J

glided past the window. Come, come," whispered sad, it was like the tinkling of silver bells rungat they passed again through its quiet streets, a possibility that Mr. James has mistakenthe been questioned in Congress as wanting con and descending a tree. .t
: 1 he, a moment afterward as be careful. a fairy's funeral. Then there was such a a thousa d olden memories' gushed over the worm described by Professor Forhey for stitutional authority. Insects breathe through holes or pores on ;

J ly parted: the twining roses from tho shadowed sofi, subdued light slumbering all over her heart-strings of Leslie, and a strange fear the noctua gossyppii. At all events, until Fifth. That thus by a series of acts which each side of ever segment of the abdomen, cal. "
S. casement, *4 saw you ever a being so. beau.tiflil beautiful features ; ana it seemed as if the stilled his pulses as he passed by the silent more exact information be received, those in have received the sanction of the people of led spiracular. C )|
. 1" rich golden.brown curls fell over her shoulders cottage of Lillie. What if she had forgotten the cotton trade should not become alarm the United States and of every department of The gal- y forms the gall nuts on trees and ; "

."She is indeed very, very lovely," answer. in less wild and careless redundancy than was him-what if she were dead ? cd. the Federal Government, under all administrations plants by eggs and young, and the gall-fly I

, ed Ada: Ilerwood. as she obeyed her brother their wont. Lillie was no longer a child- Scarcely were the greetings friends over, the common understanding of the intent dos the same in the skins cattle. y
and peeped through the window.A her young heart LaJ: thriled! to the music of when Leslie begged Ada to call on Lillie and The Guani-Natural History.- An amphibious and objects of the framers of the Constitution A healthy liver weighs nearly four pounds 1

young girl of sixteen summersith a pro. words of love, and its strings now vibrated to tell her of his-a-rriral. his repentance, and I looking gentleman passed our office in granting to Congress the power to but a deceased one becomes four or five times I

fusion shining brown curls, a form of exquisite the touch of deep holy inexpressible feeling, plead with her to receive him lay rably. Ada. yesterday!' with what was to us a nondescript regulate commerce has been manifested and heavier. 'r
gracefulness, and a face: of soft and vet till even her fair foot pressed the earth witha consented to his wishes and half an hour afterwards animal. lie called it a Mexican guana. It has been confirmed by the People and this The human brain is the twenty eighth) of : I

brilliant! loneliness was leaning carelessly a. more thoughtful step. he followed her. How his heart. would! seem,judging from the general and to. understanding has become a much a part of the body, but the brain of the horse but a i j[

gainst the high back of an antique! arm-chair. The summer fled by, and Leslie Hcrwood thrilled as he stood again on the vine pographical appearance of the guana, as ifna. I. that instrument as any one of its most explicit 400th. t :7
and his sister Ada were compelled to return to wrl'ath'l provisions.Sixth. Otto of roses is the oil which swims on top -,
One bare and beautiful arm was thrown ocr ed piazza: and looked into the little ture occasionally had her freaks of eccentrici. fin
the richly carved and polished ebony framework their city home. whie! muslin sun-bonnet lay on the carpet, ty and after pursuing a straightforward and That the power to regulate commerce the distillation of rose water.. i
and one tiny foot was unconsciously ** Do not weep, Lillie," he said as he bade which he knew be Lillie's. He approached !' natural course would suddenly produce some. with foreign nations and among the Bird lime is prepared from the berries o; It
farewell his betrothed **the months will States and with the Indian tribes is its the mistletoe and the middle hark of the t tit -
beating a merry tune on a protruding rocker. to ; the parlor door and raised his hand to knock. I thing tbat combined in strange contrast all on holly);
She was alone, and appeared to he lost in soon flee by. and by Christmas you must be but his courage failed him. The voice of Ada the peculiarities of fifty woIMooking and fa. face so palpably applicable in its whole extent is boiled till it becomes soft. | S
ready to return with me to home as to each of the subjects enumerated equally The human in a healthy state, is gen- J -;
. pleasant: thoughts for a mischie\eous smile my my re-assured him, and he tapped lightly on the milliar/ objects. Now the guana has its forelegs
stole gradually out from the decpning dimplesof bride. Ada wishes to write you, and you must polished oak panel. The door was openedand put on behind, and its behind legs not on. and in the same manner a to render any attempts erally at 83 Farenheit. 4 '
answer her letters. Do not will make it more explicit idle and futile The heat of an oven applied to a dead human: *f
he before
her carmine cheek and played around her weep-we stood in this room. A fiir form was Iy put os but fastened on backward, t
soon be happy," and the girl was and that those who admit the rightful body for twelve days, reduced from 130 to 12 t ;[
bright and half-parted tips, uhiUt the dreamy sorrowing before him, and as his eyes rested on that face and up side down. When its mouth is shut I ;
1I light in her soft eJes.. grew eloquent with left to wait patiently for the time when she he gazed in mute bewilderment. it is as tight as an oyster, and as destitute of application of the power to Foreign Commerce pounds. ] ;1;
. sparkling merriment.IAt length she started should sec him again. 44 Miss Lillie Manley Lelford," said the gay lips ; but let it smile, and its head opens way by facilitating and protecting its operations The earth i believed to increase in heat a ?
from her reverie and 1 throwing herself among Thrown once more among the life and gay. voice of Ada. Leslie comprehended all.- back outs cars, if it has any ears. by improving harbr and clearing out degree in every 15 or 20 yards In depth* i

the cushions of an arm-chair again burst forth ety of the city for a time Leslie scarcely Lillie held out her hand, and her smiles and 44 Its body is shaped like a guana's, and navigable rfer consistently deny .erur for thermometers is purified by ag- *
in a thrilling, musical, irrepressible peal of thought of any one but his distant love ; but tears told him he was forgiven. has a horn comb set on the top of it for ornament that it similar facilities to ita a bottle with sand then by straining .' if

laughter which rung through the parlor more by and by her sensitive heart was pained by Strange that I never recognized you" he ant small scales all over it, for no cause Commerce among the States." it through the leather.
sweet than the warble of the woodland birds receiving shorter and colder and less frequent said, as they sat together on the sofa where whatever that we could perceive. Its eyes Saent!That U Foreign Commerce" dependent The waters of the Red Sea appear to be 32 ..[ ."S
letters. Christmas came, and tho internal trade for the distribution feet higher than the Mediterranean-and the .1GulfofMexico
or the gush of a merry rivulet. Che ceased unhappy they had so often sat before. resemble those of a duck, as they are kuppos- upon -
not till the glittering tears stood like gems on girl sat in her lonely chamber: with a throb. 44 Time and sorrow, and entire change in ed to look in a storm but instead of turning of its freights, and for the means of pay is 23 higher than the Pacific. t: "f

the long silken lashes, beneath which her violet bing brow and a bosom tortured to agony-no dress and manner, made the difference. But in their sockets they work up and down. It ing for them so that whatever improYs'the Count Rumford, boring a cannon within .fit
word-uo lover advances the other and they are so inseparable water, so heated it by the frictin.tbat he made
eyes shown out like shadowed waters; and I should have been too proud to have won lOU appears to be perfectly good natured when it one
when those gay and girlish tones no longer !I Where was Leslie Ilerwood T At tho feet back in that manner, had it not been through i is angry,and it don't try to bite until it wreathsits that they should be regarded as one. boil, and actually boie a piece ofbeC in *. $

gushed out upon the ears of the listeners she of his old love, Clara Merrill. Strange that the persuasions of dear good kind Ada." face in a smile. Its tail, however is its That an export from the American shore t a it. ;
he could the and bewitch. in Canada is much foreigncommerce Most mountains present their precipitous ;
forget British
bounded from her seat, and crossing the apart. young pure great feature-that is indefinite in its lengthand port a
ingly beautiful Lillie, for that cold, disdainful as if it bad been diiecdy Liverpool faces t the sea and their slopes l the land. :
anent to her in its color. After t
an piano run fingers lightlyover exam
the open but brilliant creature with her scornful eyes It was May.day, and the bells'of the little ine the and you and that an exportation to Liverpool The sea is to the lad in round millions of ;
keys singingIt generally particularly
and smilcless lips. Oh it was a change, and village/ rang merrily. The snowy muslin the gana forced that it neither gains nor loses any of the characteristics square miles, a l 40, or a four i to I
wicked I know laugh at him so, curtains, in a certain parlor, were looped back upon you was
But lo ask me to marry him-dear! men love variety So while one young heart made out of the odds and ends of but. of foreign commerce by the directness one.The :
Why! be fifty at least, and eo oddly drest was silently breaking, another was feeding its by wreaths of pale roses, and the fragrant terfiics, stakes and ,Izard3.alto! or ciicuity of the route whether it passes narrowest part of the Atlantic is more .
And his cue and his coat are so queer fountain of vanity from the I love-vows offered breeze as it stole into the apartment, flutteredthe the most confectionary insect through a Custom House on the British side than two miles deep. In other parts it is one .' :
It's distressingbeiho! to have to no- white robes of tho bride. Orange flow. gether eItraodinar bug, or and mile. j
iuy by the proud,the envied, the handsome Leslie animal tlat of the St. Lawrence, or descends throughthat hal
To a quiet old gentleman! too ers were twined among her shining curls, and ever 1d.1 are found ;in slate,and and .
I never can see how he caine to love me ; Ilerwood. Clara Merrill did not love him, river and its connecting canals to the ocean, ae. ant
I thought he'd forgot how to woo-to wooI but she was a belle, and it flattered self to se. a palc: rose-bud nestled on her bosom. The A Lesson for U7t And I or whether it passes along the artificial communications in amber. ? (I'
thought he'd forgot how to *" oo. cure in her chains one so many less fortunate shadow had passed away from her clear soft da'o have Slin wife'.- often, and natural streams of any of the The highest peak of tho Rocky, Mountains ,
"Some sober old bachelor has been proposing ladies were sighing for. eye and her dewy lip quivered with unuttera. Ntwman say you," said I, once. your very States to the Atlantic. is 12,500 feet, and James' Peak i 1 ,000 ::1

and that is what makes her BO merry. I bio feeling, while a smile beamed ever and Old Newman looked dotvn,and his wifo took Eighth. That the General Government, by feet. !
hope she does not treat the young ones so"- The winter was nearly spent when a new anon for a moment on her young cheek and th reply- extending its jurisdiction over Lakes and The mountains of Seger, in Arabia, produce 1
and Leslie Herwood sighed. star appeared amid the galaxy of fashion and then fled back among its dimples, as if afraidto : up.Never to signify-and if be has I deserveit navigable Riers. subjecting them to the same frankincense; and those ofSafra, the balm jof' t
Ada was about rallying her brother on the beauty. Great was the commotion among the appear. She was very, very beautiful, and !" laws on the Ocean and on its Mecca, from the amyris opobalsaaauni, I 1

sudden gravity of his handsome face which upper ten thousand and at the theatre,the ball, the deep, proud eyes of the bridegroom: restedon .Audi dare say, if the truth were told, you bays sad port preni not only for purposes of reve- which in the early, aelsld for its weight iu 't

the soft moonlight made provokingly visibly to the private circle eiery where was ringingthe her blushing face with a look of holy tenderness hue scolded him quite as often.I flue, but to give security to life and property, gold.Earth :
her quick but that and heiress Miss Man. too deep for words. And Ada who Is eaten as bread in several parts of t
eyes, moment the giddy name of the beauty Nay," said the old woman, with a beautyikindnt'8 by the regulation of steamboats has preclu.
creature within came gliding towards the win. Icy. Leslie Ilerwood procured a presentationto had brought all this about wan wild and rner- ( which all the poetry in tho world ded itself from denying that jurisdiction for the worM. Near ouw. a hill furaishes J

dow still merrily carolling in a sweet uuculti. her what was it caused his heart to thrill ry as a bird, as she kissed her sister's cheek excl, .How can a wife scold her good any other legitimate regulation of commerce.If earth of this description, which will ferment I .I
r&tad voice her improvisi triced and the when her his and made him for the and called her-MBS. HEKWOOD I anna when mixed with flour.
song, eyes tnet nan, who has been working for her and her it has power to control and restrain it must !
two vera AnmnaTled to make a hasty retn at. time forget even Clara Merrill ? She was assist and facilitate -
I ttle ones all the day? It may do for a man to have the same to
44 Well, Leslie,you have concluded t-o-make very beautiful-could that be the charm ? lie D.iingt1me Hair.-The editor of tho Satur. le peevish, for it is he who bears the crosses of ; and if pwer jurisdiction in :Lessons for Girls.-Girls, do you gel up
this quiet and beautiful village our summer gazed and gazed upon her queenly and grace. day Evening Post, in an editorial gravely lae ; but who should make him forget the one mode of action it should renounce it early in the morning with your faces aU cov. 'I .i)
residence T"asked Ada,as they continued their ful form ; her classically formed head with its states that persons who have used hair.dye" worl his own wife ? And she had best, in the other. ,,I ered with smies and begin to assist your moth. ..
walk through the pleasant and tree-shadowed heavy braids of rich brown hair folded aroundit have had their brains operated on most fear !her own sake-for nobody can scold much Ninth. That in consequence of the peculiar er and do you can to lighten her burdens I '

streeLI' ; her exquisitely sculptured features ; her I fully, and gives some noted instances. should when the scolding is all on one side." dangers of the navigation of the Lakes, All go girlsdo; 1 Don'tlhlnk his vulgar to -
Provided i you promise to procure me an gleaming brow and Urge proud eyes; her be much obliged to this good editor to show arising' from the want of habr to shelter is not vulgar enough. None & i
acquaintance with that witching young crea. clear, pale cheek and lovely lip-he listened I that persons with sound brains over pursued A ffift Horse.-The Maine Farmer tolls a and of the Western Rier frm snags and happy but thelaborers. Go t the rich-a k 1
tore of the silvery laugh. I do so love to bear eagerly to every tone of her low,musical voice, any course to deceive tho world around them. of tough. a man whom it other obtracins ther are no parts of the I' them if they are happy,the mothers and daub- -
a free wild musical unrestrained burst duugbler. till lie was convinced that it was one of his The brain must be first unsound if any brains nub'r storie.abt. one : Stte mor emphatically demanding .1 II ters who are robeti in silks ; and they say II :
dreams I there be. Unit the Government no. Go again the man's cot ask the j jI
boyhood's grown to perfection and A gentleman was in the presence prompt continued care & poor I j
"No; doubt of it, Lei," replied Ada, wither gifted with life and death. Clara Merrill' I READXB. of Neverbeat about bang of his horse, t diminish those dangers, and to I little girls who pic up cip in their checked t

bright\ eyes sparking mischieveously. power was over. I The Home Journal mentions several re marksble which, ho said' ,would trot a mile inside of tjiree protect the property and life exposed to them; ,. aprons if!they happy a they will say yes i
"Bull in delighted that you think of"mainlag. Days and weeks passed by,and he was ever cases of persons sinking into idiocy by minue and follow i for miles. and that any one who can regard provisions I Then b industrious.Somebody II
W our friends, the Harveys, wish us to lingering bj the side of Miss Manley. There the habitual use of bair-dyel alluded to "A inside tree ain't much for those purposes a sectional, local, and not I I 11
YCf7.Bujc1 and have made arrangements for was something mysterious and incotnprehen. above by our correspondent, the nitric acid of to brag about," said Nererbeat. Why the national, must be wanting in information of advertises in the Boston Transcript 1

a little art-. You will haTe an opportunity sible about her, which he_could not account the dye having poisoned the minute, capillary otberoV I "** upio 8-r*> aden miles dis. the extent of the commerce carried on uponthose I" for a couple o gentlemen boarders o J
ffaluag the Leartl tithe pretty Tillage girls for. She ever treated him/yitb the same unvarying cellules. Mademoiselle Mars, the great ac. taut:: '** '**.I fttarted C* a shower lakes and rier and of the Imount of cultivated mind Iner" ,
tanll f ..preaented to the dark proud eyes, ; coolness; she was ever proud and dig. tress, who charmed Napoleon, is represented came oo* Tfce rain struck laths back part o teeming population or interested in I wod be easier to find DW-p a
sn.mu! ; ringlets, fruitless nustacie of the nified ; and lei bo dared to lore-to worshipher as having been one of the known victims.. the wagoVfod the'monient it struck I bit thai navigation.That II couple gentlemen of cultivated wbier ,

princely LIIr.a HMWOOD: But take care madly aDd devotedly. She was so peer. -Mobile Tribune. Kale a cut1t! "kp away" she t&te .; That having regard t the relative raouslcahcs and imperials. 1 4; I I'

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iJ t frtm UW JV O:J*****.'JtU11 }),- .&r Jic4ytmeJMIy22. poniard aDd! I l.A bin,for dead., Had be. I-. col. D aJfbn' Speech AW Thai Wtess' QI.-: ,- r
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,:.I LATE AND IMPORTANT, frldM MEXICO. ;Important from Vera Cruz and played a littfo he thinks they Do J -FLOBOIAMs; ? TbtSentio"- 1 11 gettlng.oured. U trfet to b etrfting. 'T..S D ie Ithn fe &r &
lth agfjtwroagiBitacoar i e.sad ( that u arpowat tmstd itj
rTh.I Cnntilof Jf'or m Gen. &ntft Camp Order to I Tampico. certainly bare finished him 1 iu'

.i!,c1r .McA it,**.uic.-.Mwc4 C. -i Gen. ricrcc's : DeRiu ho found butineta Aithoy'.a 'S>XT V> AX.OXC.". I every step it tat,I J. bflt.t deeper plunge Into the timeD? of CoL.niph goes nm \tt-

rt:; Santa JHuna't 2Vyoroi2 Cot oj tyt Jlar 1il-C.. ia Vent Cruz, torn D Into near him. darkness of error,and by putting o a brave (ace to tempt to press int. tic aD t

." Honor tft.t 4ff- Gaay.lutk Ho frget and took Saturday July 31 1847. '1iflgest show the world it u not scared tt the hobgoblin administration. Its ingrmtoiunttt is .
gathered most .
Lieut.Yhipple oflhctoh.Tho up qt
.: D of Tampieo we jesterihj reccivcd o hue u the first
th way t them safe to Vera Our correspondentwrites floating aboot.in this darkness.il would bare one belief ipicuous upon branca .ll dJjcn
I of El Republicano,from the city steamship New Ca *. Auld, sion. Hera is what the '
copy OrJct | that after the as of th Law. e that it mores on in the sincere conviction of il Colond.t

: i 1 J Mexico of tho 30th of June ; 15 the num. arrived at an early hour morning from Vbra well he could,putting he could only pieces make together out thefollowing We tab great pleasure in placiig before our r own 'nfalbit,. It grow indignant, because we .. Of Gen.Taylor I c safely speak, havIng Um

I bet o tho 28th, which wia missing from our Cruz tin Tampico and the Urzo! Her a items der* the report of the committee appinte by the are "guilty diingenuousne* but commands itsfeelings through all hit line ortoD H. h*g njjrf

:.. Both contain matter ofr' latest dates from Vera Cruz are to the 17th : 0 four distinguished Yidoi the mo t
papers Covernoi and ot of
rrdoull. First of all Gen. Piod arrived at Pueble on I to examino report upon tb Digest sufficiently to attempt .aD epure" liant victories that hare err wen gibed k
great intert inst. Ilerncwsisveryimportant. the Bib Tho American would the Law of this State, preparedbj L.A.THOXPBOH, our guilt. Oh the horrid Floridian! ridiculous continent-and yet he has gained nothing.o ll.

A postscript In tho paper of the 2Slh contains \TO giro Capl.uld's rtpr by which it will march al wel. Mexico to army Ef, under authority of the General Aafembly.The .- i assertions'"it make Epbrlamherequick air, (taming to Mr. Benton) U it that the ,
a report of tho proceedings of a council lx> seen that 1 he left for this port a city a certainty of the oar army are like the effort of a fevered e-o
indwell deserved reputation bottle of such miserable work
if made. We bring a
attire and then thither peace were not soon [ ncfcr sup. e5tbJ.bed .alt.-'ti who spends all his strength in ,and
returned spasms
to batbcerteId in Gen. Scott'scamp early u
-,1, war l.th going I posed there was any doubt about this.]' The Compiler bad' (rOLA the time of his selection by the to deal with that dirty Floridhn-I'm getting lainty they are over, is I. After the

on TuNr the 24th. the business of no Tampico postscript daedtbo! llth Inst, says that peace Governor,entirely! Mtinfied the public that the important -quick, Eph. victories which prtrate h b1
which whether or not to advance Report of the U. S. Steamship New Orleans, confided bin would with S forced, for want of met, atblne the
was the order of the day. The writer duty to b di.rharge I What do you ,suppose, reader, was the cause of IDOMJ
-a upon the capital. One general, whoso EdlarJ A l tiM,dcommanderfrom Vera Cruz, no faith in the ho credit to himself and to tie entire satisfaction of the this scene in the Sentinel's apartments? Why, conveyances, to lie idle until the enemy Lav*ben
is said have that prospect ; Pbc// able to gain strength anew,and then the !
name not to via and the
given, argued i,, Tampco JrazO. Santa Anna', solo object was to gain puMic. simply, the assertion we made and proved last week, to be (ought over again. In bl hue
i would Lo imprudent, nay, an onadncB On Vcr Cruz on the of The of this committee, of has been Cur DuLling
with Rained.
ac nrincinlrt rrin ml nrilicv the : report consisting gentlemen that Col.Doniphan was a good whig witness to prove General Taylor
Suppose rnaaiu
1L to advauco up i
r that tho supposition his command detachments from tho 3d Dragoons been there ever since .
ty men ; upon r, and
tbouso and doubt mat that the uI
Our correspondent writes that a largo pubic expectation we upon war with Mexico. We published what he said.
., should] work f them, -UL 3d and the 7th par I some better means are afforded him, he will "
CTcrthlng Artillery
: Infantry ,
u \'orbly.or oflhe command of Gen. Pierce left on the( pubjication o tho work the whole State will not was pointed, condu'it. But, say the Sen- there until next October The expense of remain
strong this
it cviJent that they rilh Oth and 14th detachment of
was war
:, Infantry, a The general was expected to get ofT tho eva fail to perceive :and acknowledge the obligations tine only speaking of the effect of Corwin's is cnnrmou I have been told that 91AOOJXX

,: / capital without resistance ; and that supposing roliiguens and a large detachment of marines, ningof tho IGth. Our letters say nothing a which are due to the Compiler, for the promptness spoech,and that surely should not b charged to the week has been paid to sustain the war,and.yet.) a

: in their different engagements they should amounting to 2500 men nnd 150 wagons, had bout and with which be has executed the Taylor lit in the very position where he w !
tho force collected at the National Brid : Jose of their force or more, they would be lakcu their line of march: towards PuoWo party. months ago, and there he most lie. .
., hal up to oppose our advance. Gen. Pierce had bea committed to him. Wo cordially unite with the be outlawed,disavowed thrown overboard,cast loose "Although I bare not been over
left \ some four thousand men, with which Lb. linn
i till but had recovered from his attack. committee in congratulating the whole community from his whig moorings. This is the U unkindest operation, yet it is clear that he SoWs sustain of

I number U extremely hazardous to attempt arrived in Tampico on tho morning of The Governor of Vera Ciuz had rcceicd upon this great advantages in to be derived cut of Why this great change ? This same self from his want of means. He may take the hiD city
to hold so populous city. tho 15th inst. at ck. Col. Gates'infor- al of Mexico,but he cannot sustain himwlf
a 80'c such information led him to an Attack from the publication and distribution of a"digested* of it in almost the -take
': Gen. Worth as suppose speech, or a portion was published he but it ij
was of a different opinion. liemaintained med us tho two American prisionerswho may impossible for him to keep ire
would ho made upon tho city as soon as ajbtcniatic and correct code of whig in the and with high lau Santa Anna, although be For
that invader who hesitatedwas had l been released from tho of Mexico JW! every paper country was when he
C\'cr city Gen. Pierce and had beeuta We learn that the work has received the to the city of Mexico, from .fone went
If precautions approba. dations. important was it, that it led to sundry tme cause has
lost that
; in situation a single re. had been ordered down to Tampico and S gained
ken to defend placo. General orders vcre bation of the Governor,and that fifteen hundred copies short biographical sketches, which were intended to new strenzth, (some have thought that it arose from
trograde movement involved tho most disastrous recaptured by Gen. Garay at or near IIucju- ,) and he
issued for every citizen (10 enroll himself unit Lave been ordered to be published for the use of, show who this great orator( was. Even the Sentinel, Gfn. Sot's proclamation will soon have an
and that this had tla to with
consequences, already y about ninety or one hundred miles up the army cope Gen. Scott."
been proved. Ho added proudly that six or river, and Col. DoKussy, with detachments of Capt. Tibbitts and hold himself readiness br the State. The Digest will! probably b published which is now so astonished that any importance Upon this part of the pccch The Sentinel exclaims

eight thousand Americans worn sufficient to. of Capt. any emergency. and ready for distribution about the first of Novem should be given to it as a party production publishedthe _'. What a compliment to the administration
conquer twenty thousand Mexicans ; that their Louisila'oJuntccrs Capt. ('VJsc'acompany Lieut. J. L. Parker, of the navy, died on the ber. Mr. Thompson, wo learn, has consented to eloquent conclusion of the speech, and in an editorial and from their ssitness-oue whose party;

ofartirynnd DOJd'a 12th inst. on board the steam frigate: Misrissip the of tho volume and is O\'U testimony
triumph was certain and there was no reason ly cf the ) of infantry ; superintend publication at the time cried out, .lee hero what one they are bound to The war
hatalon pi. Lieut. Parker was 1\'cd from lie So: about leaving for the North, for this reeiv. protracted by
for Gen. Scott purpose.Fourth who was once a' boy can do-behold him
not pressing on. and others amounting to or men and officers wounded wagoner 11r. Corwin'speech, forsooth-when by their testimony

arc said to havo approved these scntimcnts so bad lcf there by tho way cube river on tho mcrs, \a. se\'rcy and) bad at 'u been ran,\as at of July lit JacVson. I now on bil lofty eminence, lashing his mighty whip every glorious achievement in the field las

Ihat it was at last determined they tho Undiuo and Mary Summers, on the foremost capture in almost,): anongs:undertaken Wo have received a copy of an Oration delivered furiously about to the turor of all the world. Who Lcn lor thron.b-- -". ,"i.rn.-,..-.;.... UI.' .t" __J_' ,
commence the forward movement the 28th! tho of tho 8th inst. for the every enterprise need despair when be witnesses such a rue as this:"' lion" Now 'I aUWlnlUa
on morning ( purpose by the Ho was noble brave and a lan'lonl1 I Mill in Jackson County on tlcd inst., \%e ask the reader to this language .
but tho of that it I tho American navy. To be sure, it put in a word of dissent to some of his compare
'. upon suggestion somo ono releasing prisoners. They and beloved by all who knew nun.vo I l>y WM. II. MITCHEL. Km}., with a polite request with that of the witness, and to say whether
might not bo f to act after had landed miles above unmolested generous views,but we understood it, and so,no doubt,did the
proper so promptly tiily .and \ the follow ing from the Sun tf Ana. ; from themnmittee soliciting the address for publi- declaration will, in the l least iota, justify its

Ila\ing just despatched the communicationI tho t %'o steamers had returned to the city.- lime of copy the 13th f. It i H not l.ilo the r.ition to liave the same inserted in the Horidian.However .- Sentinel intend it, as a dissent from his abolition charge. He dos not charge the fault upon
il fa as
from the Government of the United States :\- o'clock! I*. M. an express arrived from much we be views. So far a his views related to the war mere ministration-not word thed
advices received, I but contain may disposed to gratify our one of the sort. He
with renewed offers of peace, Gen. Scott re Cot Dellussy stating they had been permitted some of the subsequently rumors afloat : friends of tJie committee in lading the excellent address ly, unconnected with the abolition question,the Sen not say that the administration inefficient. dOS He

pled that ho would wait somo days at Rio up unmolested! until they got in a nar. The left Puobla on tho 3d inst., and :of Mr. Mitchell before the public'yet; we cannot tine must have approved them, or else has changedits does not say it has failed. to do its i duty. Nothing of

to receive the answer of the Mexican Go row pass near Huejulla, whcie they were surrounded brought express private Irtfers! dated tli'i same day. without the departure from a rule adopted fromnecessitycomply position since,for it now entertains them. Then, the kind can b found in this extract. Ten,what

. r'r \'emrCnt. by twelve or font teen hundred Mcxi- I News had been received the day with their dctire. I would fill why does that paper pretend that Corwia'a views as foundation. has the Sentinel (or its assertion? bat
, The American force at tho timo of this under previous a I
cans Gen. They }had uffired to the not the views of the
war merely
; Garay. from Mexico, that had been larger share of our paper than: we feel we arc at lib. oppose to torture language to suit its ,. There is
council was set down by tho Mexicans at eight considerable loss, but by the,assistance of cOllui.ioner ap. whig party ? The Floridian U of purposes.
pointed by the Mexican Government to confe erty to devote to such a subject. If we should comply guilty disingenuousness no other way to arrive at its conclusion.Col. .

,i thousand and five hundred men, thirty pieces of artillery Capt. ",5e'8 artillery they had cut their way with Mr. Trist at San Martin Tosmclucan, with the solicitation of our Jackson: friends, we ," ch I Doniphan knew what the administration had
- one mortar. out towards tho liver and After
: wanted woulJ ollond others who have asked disavowing Corwin'l speech, tho Sentinel done how it had
eight leagues from Pucbln,and it was supposed very justly : similar exhausted argument and persuasion .
Tho Krpubltcano remarks this information assistance. Gates tho "Col.
upon Col dispatched would him llio 4th We have heretofore cheerfully proceeds : Doniphan makes no complaint of from the of the
they meet on of July. f.ycr! inserte very beginning last of
: : We believe the Americans have: New Orleans Vera Cruz with the Rin
I' a requisition I The express rider nwt With Gen'. Cadwalla all accounts cclibration-i:on that day, and we feel whig party, but only of Ihi f pet ch and such Conge:: to get a law passed which would enable it
their situation beyond Col. Wilson for four I
compromised measure on of
T and even in the event, certainly very difficult; infantry and also steamers Undine, companies and Mare der and Pillow and their_ _re!pcctivo commands that further than this:our friendi ought not to ask us .fpeeches. (the italics. are. -the.Sntinels,) which he gQ stri ht on in thpnrnsprnfion r.f- rhe.--- t_.a_n_ .IT.

that at Perote. They fiad been attacked at La i l to pi. I\rhaps if i the address of Mr.! Mitchell was inouzni were circuiatcu to eusconrage our army and knows, too,that opposition to the administration had
they win triumphs, victories Summers tho river with 150 tho .
to I "
up men
e will cause their ruiu." Iheir'cr DcHussy. Tho New Orleans arrivedat relief Hoya and had completely routed the enemy, net ijuile so lengthy-say tictlte pages instead of protract the wa. I it so? Let. us quote again the postponed the passage of such a law until the last

having: sustained but little loss. No tictnly-fiee-under the circumstances in which the Cols language. He says, the scechcvhich are of the session. Knowing theo
Tho of projertjwas las thing, when
4 above spoken was held on Vcra Cruz on the IGth at 2 o'clock P. M.
tho .th.counci. not alluded to in tho Star of when we found the city in a great excite, lost,and both:! (trains had arrived in Peroto ; rc<]uct is made, we should b most happy in givingit made in opposition to this war, are.said to emanate would he be likely to believe: that there were

Pucblaof 26th nor in Mr. ment. which place, a correspondent says, they were publicity. Wa never charge 'lor such labor-if from the peace party ; but I say they are made by net sufficient men, ammunition money and conej -

Kendal'sloters to leave the 9h: inst.Wo did the committee who have done those who are postponing; the eternally !"- ,' ances" in
which como down to the fact Gen. Pierce haJ marched out as above stated on we us the kind peace our camps? Certainly not the administration

arc&id to bo derived from responsible c source and encamped about ten miles from (the have seen a letter dated Mexico,July 2d. floss to forward the addrcsj, would receive a tlifTcr These are Ijiordi.. He docs not say Cortci>i'3ipccch Who else could be blamed but those who

and they look plausible-Gen. Worth's opine city, when the ecouts or out-guards: camo in Tho writer says that he does not doubt that a eat response from u*. or inch qxccfiea as his, but generally, the opposed the law which was intended t furnish

ions particularly so. The Republicano of the and reported a largo (forco Mexicans at the treaty of peace would! bo concluded at once b} speeches made in opposition to the war. Of course means? How idle in the Sentinel,then,to point hi,
tho commissioners. lie also that tIle Fifteen Days later from Europe. he means all the speeches in opposition to it. Most to the
29th .says nothing about tho subject but in I National Bridge and marching towards the says language adminitrtion. Those who opposed

that paper of the 30th is another postscript to city. Everything was got ready for an attack. peace party has )become so considerable in the ARRIVAL OF TIE nmTAN IA. ingenuous Sentinel! how your hearts-blood tingles Mr. Folk's effort, and delayed its accomplishment so

which. is prefixed, in I largo letters! Very. Imi The ehiiipinz was removed from between the capital that he thinks!that Santa Anna, (who is The British! stcaracr Britannia arrived at Boston as from an electric shc'ck, at the bare thought of the I Ion?, must take to themselves the compliment of

rrL3nL." BIS postscript incnuons mo receipt city: nnf tho castlo. Gen. Pierce camo in always on the side ot (tno strongest,) will soonpronounce on Saturday, the 17th inst., in thirteen days from poor Floridian'd: disingenuousness !" how open, which that paper speaks. Hero i It a query for it to

; letters announcing the debarkation of 1600 and took a reinforcement of seven hundredmen himself favor of peace.A Liverpool. She brings no.thing of importance in a bow candid, how truthful! I is all right fur a whig answer-If Col. Doniphan imputes blame to the administration .

men at Vera Cruz from Tampico, who had making in all thirty-two hundred. In letter from Puebla, which was written political! point of view, but her commercial intelligence paper, while i declines to publish the witnesses fur not furnishing the means to our army

marched immediately for Puebla. (This is consequence of tho late difficulty tho requisi. several days before tho express left that place, is of intense interest.: Cotton has advance language, to give its:own language, which. imparts of prosecuting their advantages in the war,whea

probably Gen. Cadxvalladcr's detachment.The .)- tion of Col Gates on Gov. Wilson could not states that there had been some sickness among bl three-eights of a penny, and the amount on an entirely different meaning to the evidence from he knows it made every effort to get a law for tort

letters further said that Gen. Scott had bo-complied with. Wo received on board our troops. We do not givo our readers hand reduced to 4 13,0( bales,of which 333OUhva that intended and plainly expressed, but it i is shameful purpose, what will he say of those, who,1 far from

already ordered the march of tho first brigade, twcnty.fno marines from the U. S. sloop Saratoga tho whole contents of this letter because it is American. The sales for the week ending July 2- for a democratic paper to make an assertion and giving any aid, did their utmost in opposition to the

consisting of fifteen hundred troops with ten and on the morning of the 17th at 7 o'. full of rumors which had notbeenrealised. at two days before the sailing of the steamer-rcachct prove i by tho very words, emphatic a words can effort of the administration, and actually delayed the

4J guns and a mortar, towards the city of Mexico clock sailed for Tampico, at which time Gen. tho latest dates.' 72,72 bales, and for the previous week 54,400bales be, of the witness equally relied upon by both. The law for several months ? These latter, we suppose,

*. when ho learned that the train was detain. Pierce had l3chel out to meet tho enemJ.At .- The Mexican were still fortifying the city Tho cause for this briskness in the cotton market is later is the disingenuouanesa" of the Floridian, because they are whigs,though their guilt is evidently

cd at Nopalucan [forty-milcs this sido of Pucba 7 18th inst. wo arrived at of Mexico, but the means of tho Government at.trilute by the European Times to the improvement the former the ingenuousness of the Sentinel I. 1 very much the deeper, are to go The

and fifiy.oiio beyond Perotc]-that ho Tampico, and heard that tho two detachments : wcro so limited, that wo do not doubt that it ob.crablo in the state of trade in the maou Not content with treating u so mildly, the Sentinel Sentinel will see it is playing acqaite.a two edged

thereupon countermanded the march upon Mcx. had returned, and the result, as near we will not be moro than a day's work for Gen.Scott facturing districts tho declining tendency the bolts agafnst: us with increased energy a it pro sword, much the sharper edge of which a

I ico and despatched a force to the assistance of could ascertain, was a follows. a to demolish al the Mexicans have done grain markets, and the splendid weather, which: is gresses. I says : -'Ills(Doniphan'a) very first affirmation heavy cut upon its own party. treten ::

the train coming up. The letters then speak Tho detachments had marched up towards in three months, case they should show re. forcing forward the crops to maturity. Tho same brands, a a palpable untruth, the charge But this is not all we have to overthrow the a"I I

oflhe review of the troops which took place their place of destination, unmolested, until sistmco.I : paper also gives a report that the cotton crop in E(against the whigs)which is sought to be established lion of the SentineL The Colonel,in another place

on the 2Glb. Tho number of troops is again they camo in a narrow pass-several miles COTTON rypt is {likely to prove largely deficient the present by him." What is that affirmation ? The Sentinel says : "I the honorable Senator's (turning to Mr. !

ect down at 8,500mcnwitbout including those j from Hucjutla,whcn they were surrounded by I MANUFACTORY l:WAKUI.L.CO. season. gives it thus: He says distinctly that he himself u Benton plans had been adopted, the war would have i

who occupy the fortifications of San Juan, Lor. 1200 or 1400 Mexicans, who cirmcuccda \V 0 understand that is in contemplationto There had been a great decline ia all descriptions a trand that men of all parties, the opposeri as terminated long ago." Now, it is well known that I

S clo, &c. Hut tho most important paragraph heavy fire on them fror all (directions. erect a Cotton Factory i,on tho site now occupied of brcad-btufls. American Flour has fallen seven well 3 the advocates of the war,were ready to rally the Administration of Benton's plans, and

is that Gen. Scott would probably postpone his Capt. WJso got his piece artillery to bear by Mr. Saw Mill, on the shillings per barrel, with every inclination of a still under the same standard-to fight in the same tented tried to a law approye thom nnf. hut thl, "

t( march upon the city until the 10th of July, to on them, after giving them six or eight rounds St. Marks river,f'Brido's two miles abovo New urth"r decline. In May i commanded. Cd. per field.'" Let us see what the Colonel really says,and failed. Col.Ke Doniphan carr knew -this.---Then--- is it f.f not

ullow these reinforcements to come up. Wogivo of grape, which cut lanes through their lines, port. Mr. Wheaton, a citizen of Gadsdcn urrel!, and fell in July to -JOi. Cd. I was worth we ask the reader to keep an eye upon the ingenuous, most evident that he thought the Administration bad

these various pieces of nows as wo find they gavoay and) fled through the chaparal, county, who possesses much practical knowledge when tho Uiitannia left 33s. Cd. Correspondents, truthful one, as we go along. He says, when fbe tried to adopt the right plan of the war,
them, but the reader will constantly bear in in each ei Jo of the road. This was on the of the manufacture of Cotton fabrics, bowenr. appear of the opinion that high prices will war "first cornmenccd,"all parties, whigs and demo but was prevented by strong opposition? Would he,

mind that our advices direct from Puebla arc morning of the 12lh. They continued fight- and has also much ingenuity as a machinist, loon be realized again.: A London correspondent of II ocrats, were ready to engage in ir, though it was denounced notwithstanding this, thrown blame upon that Administration

later than these by the city of Afciico. ins their way back towards the river, at-__ intpr. has lately examined the site mentioned above., the N. Y. Commercial Advertiser writes to that pa- by the party (whig) to which be belonged. ? Would he not rather blame those who

The Kejiublicano, in this same postscript, vats, until tho morning of tho 16th inst., when and pronounces the location as- one well calculated Ile under date of the 3 inst. : Very soon afterwards says," I wish that the same: I defeated what he himself thought right? It strikes
thinks it
very probablo that Gen. Taylor will they were released by tho reinforcement of 150men for the haVe The causo of the decline in our corn exchange patriotic feeling had existed in the councils cf this our simple minds that such would the

abandon Saltillo,Matamoras and other townsin sent by Col. Gota. They returned to the ing a plenty of water purpose to give contemplated the since the departure of the last packet, has been sorc- nation. I wish that Mexico could have seen the of the case. b true stat

the North of Mexico and shortly proceed to city late on the night of the 19th inst., with a and necessary lIthe enormous arrivals which,owing to fair winds:, same unanimity in our people in the prosecution of What the .
of Sentinel
no danger:
power sustaining damage have taken from the Northern about Col.
Vera Cruz to assist in the tho loss of place ports of Europe, says Donation's re
taking cpi- twenty killed, ten wounded and two from freshets this war, that they have seen in our forces in the
two much of the received to the
consider- in as
important grain thus being a damaged of the ij
tal which i it very expense war, a matter to betaken
now it adds tho
object of the missing, and fifteen horses and field." And then he of Corwin's
or six. condition speaks
twenty ations. Mr. Wheaton estimates the cost of so 3 to compel tellers to press it on the speechclosing into consideration by those who, fa
aspirations oflhe Americans. It is very anxious ty pack mules. I regret to stato that Capt. erecting a Factory at this 1000 market On the continent,however,the fall in price the paragraph with the general assertion, that the Colonel, according
place to are "
ran the
that the Government should direct Gens. h3 not been considerable, and t this will postponing peace eternally.
Bojd wa&tLe first who fell, with three balls : so as led the speeches made in to the war are made
nil opposition
spindles, including the have
Valencia and Salas, now at San Luis, that through his body.] Also, 1st lieutenant fell necessary machinery our hciChon speedily to make purchases ol us, an those who the : They kept this expense running up. They are
they harrabs the retreat of Gen. at from 15,000 to 20000. 1000 i ined that the decline wi only go by are postponing peace eernaHJ. imposing a heavy burden upon the The
Taylor. mortally wounded, and was left dying on the spindles will spin at a low calculation 1500 a fi-vv shillings farther, and that upward Now, is it not evident from all this, whigs would do well country.
Wo of to examine this
see an order Santa Anna issued field. Col. matter, to see
He) Russ
on had several balls movement may then be looked for. A week or even himself
iphan though a whig and
yards por day, consuming one bale of Cotton regrets depre. if tho Colonelltid't
the 29th them
admitting provisions various kinds his clothes. a few dj>.of bad weather would at charge rightly.
Capt. Wyse had three horses shot once produce a cates the of his ? He
of 500 Ibs., or 300 bales a course party regrets that the
into tho free This year.
city ofduty. is to last only from under him. The
Mexican loss, by report Immediate I same patriotic which of Gen Scott's Force
urged all
as long as martial law prevails. cia Mexican efre aro informed, will be Lord John Russell hai given it a! his opinion that feelog
was 150 killed and woun. when the From the : accounts from it is
. made commenced, to bet -
Another order has been issued aprevious ded.' Their general fled and to subscriber to erect a Factoryat 4' whatever may be the amount of the potato crop, parties wa fnt join our Mexc presumed
moi/'ing tho charge: tho armies and the battles of that Gen. Scott took march for the
lef above named point and should sufficient -' fight our country, did not up
ono directing the closing to the second in command. i is every reason to believe that a great portion
names of the number bo obtained exist in the I councils of the natiun." Why Mexican capital: about the 10th inst. His force
to have the Fac.
dOs i
cry afternoon. They arc now to bo closedonly officers who 'of the present crop must perish. this should
accIDpuicc.Col.. Dellussy arc tory erected, and ready to into I he think it did not exist there ? Because hu saw estimated at 14,000 men. The N. O. Bulletin of the
on Thursa's. The object closing the not go operation prove true, wo may certainly look for high prices
shops was compel every body to turn out for Lieutenant Whipplc sometime during the coming fall. The ad. It i is alleged," the paper cited above, that there were men in Congress who would not, Oth says that when the commanding joined
acting adjutant of the ag"in.u say Gen.
military drill. vantages which such an establishment would like those who joined the army,lay aside their I political Worth at Puebla 10 men,but has
Oth n only one third of the of
Infantry lassoed quantity
was small
Tho the by a party of be to this section of Florida must bo obviousto po- prejudices" but stood up to oppose the war. since been joined by Gen. Cadwallader with 1400,
Kepublicano atocs sowed this
formation of of what
urges a gucrilloson the 10th inst. when season there was lat
I from
retiring all-wo therefore dwell These men were whigs. Again, be that by Gen. Pillow with his column of 1SOO, and by
body of troops under the name CoJumna de the ccmvtary: within four hundred yards of tho shal lot upon year." 1 i is:inferred from this that a vast quantityof regrets .
them at tho time. there is not the sam unanimity in Gen. Pierce with 2500. Col. Child, with the
Honor present Gazette. our people'
like Xcwjtort garrison
-something Legion of Honor-in walls ofthc city of Vera Cruz. corn will be required, irrespective of the more or
which officers of They were that there i is among the soldiers. Why does be of Jalana., had been ordered u__ rf _T*>_w.Mi__._ with i _
al grades not actually on pursued by the Americans who could not less !satisfactory yieldof the coming harvest. "n
overtake in think ? Because he that the 1400 more. Those reinforcements
in defence JYclspapcrs two so sees hIs
duty shall Co.-Tllcre aro refusingto augment
city serve as private them. TIle chaparral has ]been searched There have been difficulties in China between the "llig
soldiers. newspaper in the English : lay aside their I : work force as above stated. This is sufficient, the
Quito an eloquent article devo. &r puhlsJ.d language
i miles around, but his body could not be English the native authorities, and also with politica
ted (o tho support of this subjcct but Santa found. in ani] ono at Monterey ono at (the French. English: difficulty was about the ing bard in war. Then, he says same paper, to warrant him in making a forward

Anna will look with a Tampico, ono at Vera Cruz and ono Jalapa. Tie he bad been in Mexico, where be felt the evil effects : movement. We may look for something importantand
rye upon everysuggestion Capt William Duff of the 3d Dragoons,died a illusion of foreigners into the city of Canton, according -
from this ofromila Now ain't the English language and tho of this opposition. What more natural, after this, we trust decisive from him soon. The enemy
coming quarer. at Vcr Cruz, on tho afternoon of the to treaty stipulations. Tho matter has reultcd -
Robberies arc sid to bo very frcouont in IClh inst. Saxon raco going abroad ?1" in the of this for two than that he should make his memorable declaration, I was said to be making every preparation to give him

tho capital, and force is detailed Thomas Jeflcraou said in 1777... (Tint lh'r "-. postponement- privilege which fixes the cuilt of Postponing upon. the a warm reception. Santa Anna had ordered that all
Tho New -- ----
uo-ddcquato sailed from ----J pace
Vera Cruz years. J lie conduct ot the uomuor of:lioiif Kong, -
' to them. would spread over tho continent of North America whigs they being the who thus shops in the city ba closed
'I prevent on the 17lh inst, arrived at Tampico on tho Sir John Davit, i is severely censured. by the English persons fatally oppose at least once a week,and
The Republicano blames tho Government morning oflhe 18th, took in 1100 barrels of and expressed lcJcfhnthocouse( residents in China. The French troubles the war? Though a whig, be is not afraid to the inmates muster for drill and inspection.
were about
for not communicating at onco with Mr. Trist, coal, 100 gallons of water, and sailed on the announced human liberty and :maJ :matou some: Catholic lilionariC who bad.been im- tel his: party the mischief they are doing; and he The Washington Union says that from an inspect

!! without referring the subject matter of Mr. same day at 0, I). M., arrived at the Brazos In by'Mr.it. irixoiicd. Two French ships of war opened their draws a distinction between thoso whigs who went tion of the pay-rolls-that inf.lliblc test ctnvmlen

. Buchanan's letter to Congress. It holds that at 2, P. M., on she 19th ; sailed for this portat 1819, Clay, following in tho fo t- ire upon a number of corvettes and to! the war, and those who, at home opposed it.- -they are prepared to say that the forces in Mexico
of tho war junks sent
.! i is the business flho Executive thus to man. 0, P. M., and arrived in the South West steps hen great apostle human: rights, by (the Chinese to watch the French, and three of low absurd would the Sentinel make his speech i under Major General Scott and Major General

.f age neoiaton&and refer tho result to the IJa at 3, P. M.,on the 21st, making the pas. expressed Ue exulted( that aino opinion. the corvettes destroyed. The missionaries had been what it says b correct. I would: put in his mouth Taylor, in the month of July, will excecdOO.WJO.

wisom Congress. Besides, it says, that in sago from Brazos in 45 hours. our race would carry with sent such language as this: I I am a whig, and opposed

. l probability i will b impossible to procure them over the continent our !language, our religious -i Father away.Mathew to the war, but, notwithstanding, I engaged in it ; Store Calls for Troops.
has bad The
freedom and freo and cherished a pension of be- President has called Illinois for two
a quorum of Congress. To refer overtures I From Vera Cruz our news is lees satisfacto. our JO when however, you hear me say, the speeches upon
form of ltowed upon Ilil by the Queen. The more companies of raised
Tope of Rome cavalry. ire already
thus government. They
is to break them off in the outset. That ry than wo could wish. On tho 13th, our correspondent had declined which are made in opposition (to this war, arc said
. But, alas I lo make him cf Cork, ,and waiting to be of
takes party connection laM driven hin BUhop although despatched to the scat war.
paper good to tho inference
care prevent writes that two had arrived it to emanate from the peace party, but I say they are
: from this remark that it expresses to tho adoption of very different views. was earnestly desired by the Cork clergy that he They are destined for Vera Cruz, sad will be employed
It is .
from Puebla. Tho new had not "Ti made by those who are postponing the eternally
J tho pcac. area freedom" is already too largo in sluld receive tho appointment. The successful I peace in operating against the gnerriHai. Illinois
:1' on contrary, openmouthed for war. It transpired, but the report had got into circulation o.pinion. licant the ap- !'-I do not mean this language against the
. .-Nashcillc Union. Rev. W. Delany. has now two full of
would \O of ten companies
: not grant a truce for a single day, not that the Mexican. Government }had sent I I The Tope is said to have whig party, for I am a whig myself, although, to regiments infantry,
given audience each
omit to the and three of
: preparations defence. However, ihrco to San Martin the truth,I do not know cf other companies cavalry enga
. Tcsmelu- you
.A concludes its I commissioner Cure for Cancer.-Mr._' says ho has Hon of Daniel O'Conncll on the 15th ult., and said tel par- ged in fighting for their ,
article' by the Exccutiro to country
about nine from which emanates these
trusting tat can, league Puebla, to meet him tJ'from speeches in opposi-
: effectually cured himself of an obstinate ho pressed him to his heart, U Since I The
u well Congress, will themselves Mr. can. a am Governor Georgia has issued his proclamation
A TriU hear him tho tion to the How ridiculous
through terms oftered war. Yet this is the
; extremely difficult" in relation to anL cer, by the free uso of potash made from the deprive of the happiness so long desired of embrang calling for a battalion of mounted men,ia response -
by ,csldent. This but of the the
". peace, and not consent to one unless th con.I in which wo nlaco little eonfidoneis.Ourcorreapondentwrites was a rumor, ashes t of red oak, boiled to the consistence of (he hero of Christianity, le me, i least, have conTi t us Sntinel..natnab1a argument nnfrnth"-. ..argument nt'which_ to a requisition from the War Department
molasss. used nit A tnvprtnn iVm the consolation of embracing his ion t'! -- ."
elusion ot it bo to noulicl. w '
snay protect In every particular on the 10th from whole with : ? truthful one, how gapes the world in admiring won. CO- The Micon Telegraph comes to ns enlarged
the the a coat t tar. Two orthree Emigration to this country from Germany is said
< or the D It good We name this the in.' Vera Cruz that an express from Gen. Scott (a I applications will remove all protuberances, after to be going forward on a large scale. Icr at thy noble discoveries. Ingenuousness and and very much beautified in appearance. We find
I I. regard Mexican while'
trl as a ) his I
: ceewon oftho Republicano Vera Ciuz on way from Puebla to which it is only neccssar to heal the woundwith The }French Government seems to be (following : Truth thou art jewels which, in our poor way we it one among the best democratic papers ia the

- nd of good o omen par was murdered near Jalapa. The common the track of the British Government, so far u debt hae> hero shown to be the peculiar gems in tie diadem country, and we are glad to see in this evidence of

pae. guerrilla rrpr that ho fought desperately, is concerned. The 'debt had of the Sentinel. its prosperity, that the democracy o/ our sistes i
-1"f hD\O a American offi. and before killed two of their inc
no won ofbo number. Small Talk.-A
farmcr'sdaugbter, in the We Georgia duly appreciate it,and manifest their sppie-
in Wo fear their 810 to sum of 750,912,301 francs. A loan is thinkour'ca sufficiently made out. Colonel
Our own rider arrived in Vera
ff ce. liberation exp/ess Cruz on Maine was] isitcd by n rustic youngster, who now to enable the oniphan: a strong witness, whig. to ciation in the right way sod manrfer.
; hopes arc to b again for come tho morning of the IGth lust, without his I.Uuf finding it difficult to keep conversation necessary Government to meet itsipropriationi. i a witle ,
; : days deferred. and up prove that the course cf the whigs in opposition to I 03- An Election for members Congress is to be
'I severely came by the route asked the after
: papers contain accounts of several outrages of Orizaba, wounde. six from that an mbarr8ing.lenco the war baa p.tpoJo'pau, and injured the-cause held on Monday next in the States of Kentucky,ladianna -
'i leagues had prevailed for some time, 'If she Knew of 03Th:; deaths in the
of New
city for the of article this
our en
committed by Puobla.Wo in paper we Alabama and Iowa in North Carolina
: AmerJnaln place ho wa attacked by live guerrilleroi and I body who wanted to bUJ a, ?' 'I dont,' week ending the 17th inst. ; *
do believe a < of red. any hir were 432-in Philadel will show that tha.Sentinel's use of bin as a wit the Thursday following, and on the came day'"
no wor SOlf ca1411 They took (tom him bal letters and sho replied, have you one to ? 'No,' rhia, for the same '
4 ilia riprics are utterly! preposterous. inflicted wounds willis sid period 232-in Baltimore 115, ness against the administration, totally fail c its Tennessee for Governor. members e>f Congrest, tf&
revere he 1 asked make talk.4
' I\'CI upon Lia only t and in Charleston A. of
I t purpose. the State of Legislature.
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, 11I'. :1icb .' Letter.'- was formed: tInier direction of Col. R.1<.'! of this t.itet control_the decision. of the Third Rod Quarterly Meetg.T ; U. 8.-'MAIL LINE By the President *o' the United

'I1Ie war"' rfth SccFel of sa ate *> '' Marshal of the day, and marched in UM Ml. ing order ,\nor they do 1 m this instance S AtMA DSc I ., -: '-' .' 1 SUtes.:

Tb. abI. l*1it GoYcromcnt. contains what we con to th Methodist church : .' ,I' if\hej were empowered. They Tallahassee 'Sato. o days Sepfr. 1.WarriorMisIonIIlueSpjngCajsupme'4ng,4' T .

- f Jtafcaa' doctrine In reference the with 1st. Amateur Brass Baad 2d. Reader and Orator approve of Vis course'a the safest; as thereby 15. ". __ -I- -.I ,. '-
'jjtf ub s U* tow Mayor and Members city Council. 4th. Members the Legislature by a declaratory law retain TroopriU*Circuit,Bethlehem,4 days m et. 2 'l .
t Republic. It place : o may CIrcut ,
troop ron that Madison ,Cherry Lake,Carapmting,& j
of onr :
. *1fl1 all cavil. It clearly slows theeztrrws of the two Fire Companies, No. I, and No. 3. or repeal th. act in question, or tho Courts at 4 flays meet. 2.. -_ -.
Tomutil" Ot
beyond Campun.
ttafliiestioft Vessels and Cth. Mcchan in decide at From Tallahassee to Macon.
} according to our 5th. Masters strangers. may, a proper case, judicially upon days meeting 14. .
,- folly of ch a step administration could not ic and Merchants. 7lh Pilots of the Harbor and i Us validity. Hamilton &at Swift Creek,Campneeting to.JIonticell04 nrcnt in ferty-tu* kovrt front Tallahassee to

conceptions we think tbe 'H'ulJ M.slrf of SJeamboaU. Sth. Engineers and citizen On one other law only did the committeo &at Cross Road*.4 days meeting.& 23. Macon and It Charleston in three day,
pity ** t"1" act madness What differ and of them 03- Ministers and friend are respectfully invitedto in time t. take the Mail Boats on
if after the generally. amongst !, attend these .
of tfiis) country par meetings. North theftvrth day.
S. M *aU by the people failed to neirotlateapeace A fervent prayer having been offered to the throne with the compilerand in that case, will P. P. SMITH, P. E Stage trill leave Tallahassee on Mondays

1' Udrawalof our lroor.we i.ce&'nafl probability divine grace by Judge Nathan Baker, the Declaration be noted in the "rk, they, for like reasons, Auia. Fla, July 26, 1 1.l THE and Fridays, at 4 o'clock. A. M., IN pursuance. to establish of lhe a town Ac of at Congress St.Marks,eatilW".in Florida.An'* 1
! We"would be of the law retained.On : Sentinel will plea* copy. and arrive in Macon(via Quincy,Bainbiidge, Newton '
read in clear and im being Te
in when the war tocommenced. cf Independence was a approve approved OB tile 2d day of March, 1633. I, JAMES !

i a,& position tkao would we were hare to .. tight o"r battles preivc manner by E. W. ROIR'.l'r., and after the whole then, a respects!that part obis OO- THC friends of WILLIAM 1. ANDREWS Thursdays, Albany., and Americas Saturdays, and, at,jPerry 10 o'clock.,) on Tuesdajt P. M., in. do K. POU .President of the United Stales of America, t
. ; We hereby declare sad make known that
. the tacrifice of thousands of men and suitable Iuic by the Jr3 nd. Mr. T. duty as prescribed in the first section of respectfully announce him a a suitable candidate : time for tbe cart for Savannah. Leaving Macon on sale will be held at th. Land Office ,at Tallahassee a public, t

J'n again.- All that has already been exprtJ i:. GRAY, having been appointed Orator, rose and the act, your committee beg leave to express for tbe oflico rf Serif of Jefferson County Kla., a I Mondajs Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4 o'clock A in the Slate of Florida for the d disposal tie mo* :

r4l' llians would of money.be daad I loss I o tbe country. In addition det Mered a rao t pleasing; address, amidst long and their approbation of the manner in which the the election in October next believing that no one I M.dajs., and and arriving Saturdays ia Tallahassee al 10 o'clock on,Tuesdays P. M This.Tours-line dermentioDt lots in said lwn of bi.. M rk Acom z
of his hearers and at the conclusion compiler has executed his task. it mere the office than he I men ing oa Monday, the 4th day of October aut.
these considerations,, such a course would applause ; I deie"in or more worthy connects with the Central Rail RoadSavannah, Augusta lo wit ,
& to :
} stupidity; and disgrace, and subject u, of the Oration the Air Hail to the Chief," bcinplayed ; On the second point investigation, touching "- the suffrage of the voters of Jefferson. i. MiUedgcvillc and Western Rail Road to Co- Lots numbered two, t three four, six,ee.tta.eight, i
brand w the l the duty of ation and omission, May 15, 1847. MANY tnbus, GaIt also connects with the Mail Line eleven twelve fourteen
of all other nations. Mexico by the band procession was again formci VOTERS fen, fifteen sixteen.eijh. .
to the derisive taunts unanimous and de. from Quincy to Chattahoochie and thence to Apa- t
, and to the Sans Souci Hotel," in which your commitee is equally teen, nineteen twenty twenty-two, twenty-three.
of weaknssi
. herself would regard it as an admission m"rc'C1 cided in their of tho course adopt. )CJWE are authorized and requested to announce lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to twenty.fuur,twrntl'SJx.twentY'8f'nn.tweoty.eiht. {
and of inability to prosecute the stabliohmcnt a dinner that done credit to that house Columbus in three days, and but one night will be
part our DAFFIN candidate for Tax thirty.tbiry-ooethirty.twothirty-four.thirty.1ve,
II on our of was prepared by Mr. Gibson, thc proprietor-am ed by the compiler. JN as a Ali spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. ',j
, the inflicting thirty-sixthirty-eighttbirty-ninc, forty, forty-two
war, and would seize opportunity And 1st. As to the omission of" useless rcr ant Collector, at the election in October neat.If The public nay rest assured that every attention will
than the has already after the cloth wan removed ninny toasts t were drank forty-three forty-four, foity-six, lotty-eigbt. fifty, :
deeper insults and injuries upon us matter," and of "al be paid to thtfcopifort of those who may patronizethis .
I biage, or "superfluous WE authorized fifty-one, filly-two fifty-four, G.fty.Gve,6fty..ix, fiC.tleigbt
belief that there exists in under the direction of B. S. and TV. AKAIV } are to announce DANIEL Line.
done. Her prcscut and obscure the -1
that has to .I ixty-lwosixly.tnreesixty-sixty-six
a tendency .
PresIdent and Vice President of the day-anc I'stif. JtRENY, r.l.] as a candidate for reflection asClrk FARE:
anti-war partybo.forpartypur sixty-eight seventy-four, seventy-five 'J
this country an of the committee report
. sacrifice tbe national honor and at each regular toast, a gun was tired from the little true meaning of the Circuit Court of Leon County' at {the From Tallahassee to Quincy$2; to nainbr Jge. teven.ty-six. seventy-eight, seventy-nine eighty,
are willing to this of his
pofes as their opinion, part duty $5 ; to Albaay. Sli, and to Macon S22WRIGHT
where battery made for the occasion and an appropriateair fiction in October next. eighty-six,eighty-seven eighty-eight, ninety nine- j
tear our flag from the battlements it now tho with & SAWYER, Proprietors.
to has been performed, by compiler, ty-one, ninety-two ninety-set, ninety-eight ninel'f
I proudly wares would be confirmed. an.! they would pI,.! by the band. much discretion and nt. He ha, to )J- WE are authorized to announce WILLIAMCCAMPBELL By JOHN M. YARN, Agent. nine one hundred one hundred and two one hun.

believe. also that that party had triumphed. Acting The cele'iration< participated in by all, with this end, properly omitted the*lilies of the Jaws, ES-J. as a candidate fur Clerk of the trj-) Office at the Planter's Hotel Tallahassee iu dred and three one hundred and (four one hundredand

I under this belief, is it presumable that they would much harmony and good feeling during the dy. till the enacting terms of the various acts and sec.tious Ciruit Court of Leon County. at tho ensuing Octo- BAILEY July) 17.1917.Agent; at .Maj.52 NAT1IANS Quincy. sixonehundred and vtn.one hundred and eight,
when one hundred and ten,one bundredlnd eleven,one bun-
I late hour in the evening, our city again re-
to terms which we could with honor accept ? a of and the numbers of the bet flection. I
acts orignal
agree and Bacon and Flour for Sale. dred and twelve,one hundred and fourteen, one hun.
I its usual tranquillity quietness.
Those who are acquainted with their extreme gullibility Su'lc __ _____ ___ several sections, afFording, however, in marginal dred and fifteen one hundred and sixteen, one bun.
h I S first rate St. Louis
and excessive bombast and nnit"ill not! REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON A DIGESTOF notes, references to all tho acts and parts NOTICE. lon 1 5 Casks Bacon sides shoulders Hour and Hams. dred and ejgbteen, one hundred and nineteen orx i.

I doubt that such in all probability, would be thtiicourte. ) THE LAWS OF THIS STATE,.&c. of acts found in the various printed books of Taxes Taxes Taxes Apply to J. R. FORTUNE. one hundred hundred and twenty and twenty-three one hundred, one and hundred twcnty-tvro aM J

i the laws, thus enabling the reader to find and undersigned Tax Collector for L i>n County, July 10, 1.17. 21 twenty-four, one hundred and twenty-six together .
such will be the i is all that To his EicclIcDcj W. D. MOSKLCV: of tho i references THE notifies all lax f said
i The hope that case : identify each section Digest by payers t> County NEW BOOKS &c. with all the portions the following named lots not j
: sustains them in their present difficulties. They Goccrnor of Florida : to its number in the original) printed law. that he will attend at the following places, between covered by the donation of ten acres, made to the I I
the hour of and I 17, A. M. of each for the purl received per Brig Wakulla An Overland Tallahassee Railroad Company viz: Lots numberedfortyseven
have to long since but lid. Under this head be classlthe c.y. JUST f
would yielded our arms commitleo to .
The a same
undersigned, may
appointed l pose of icceiung their State and County Taxes due t round the World in 1841 and 134$,by Sir .fifty-nine sixty, seventy-one, seventy.
this belief which has been industriously l circulated examine and rpor to his luccllcncy! the Governor change, made necessary by the adoption for t the jfi-rfiit year, '17: George Simpson two, seventy-threc, eighty.two cijhf-five, and

l 1'1 their leaders. And what, we would ask,has in- of Florida, upon the Digest i of the Lawsof of the Slate Government, and by the establishment At Fort :radeu" School House, t'th August next. Washington and his Generals by J. T. Hcadley, ninety-four. 5

sluced this belief? Nothing under the 'lIn but the< the State, "formed and arranged" by Leslie of iieCourts and new officers to I Bl'nj,111; Hale" House, )lth" A voyage up the river Amazon by W. H. Edwards, Tbe offering of the abovementioned lols will becommenccdonthedayappointcdand t f

conduct of the leadinc men cf the win; under and virtUe take thin of those under the Territorial Road's X Jod,, J uh" A Summer in the Wilderness, by Chas. Lanman proceed the ,
and place -
course ; A. Inquire, ( by existing
Thompson. I IUart's J 1th" Prevention better than Cure by Mrs. Ellis, same order in which they are advertised with all '
party. Senator Corwin, and other* of Li I is starip. of the Act of the General Assembly! entitled i Government.: I Here became necessary I'i.ih .l1cclo1ie.* I4lh Vicar of akc.ofic1e1.,illustrated edit ion, convenient dispatch,until the whole ball have been 1 '

will have to answer for the shedding of more 1.1"00 An .\C presenting; tho form of a I Digest )i. obviously y both omission and substitution, :M-iurington' J t t h" 'S Wamwrighl's Family Prayers, offered arid the sale thus closed. Bat I he sale shall

than we would be willing to account for. In an); or Manual: of tho Laws of the State," ap. to make the old laws conform in their Iangtngo I'\rd's Shop, lamonia l..aku. lit II" JlpaIf" '" Napoleon and his Marshall, not be kept open longer than two nicks, arid no pri. J.I
(;eo. Monroe, Luke Jack*>n, l bth" Georgia Scenes ; Hill, Side and Border Sketches, vale entry to any lot will be admitted until after the
and the seal of public rt'r'robatiotl: December 10th 1815 I have the honor with the institution!
other country new .
age proved .
TallaLassec C. 11. liuh, i--tth and 211 I" by W. 11. Maxwell ; Mrs. Hemans' Poems, expiration of the two weeks.
1 j.I
would bo indelibly stamped upon his traitorous herewith lo submit the result! of their examin For instance, the name and style of tlies A. A. FISHEK: She'ifFaiid Flora's Interpreter,Ainsworlh's Latin Dictionary, Given under my band at the City of Washington

brow. E ery honest and patriotic man would sbrii.V! ation. State of Florida," must in tmitabJo! places be ft t'Jlcio Tax Collector Leon County. Mirror Library complete in one volume this twenty-first day of May Anno Domini on. j 1-

trom a contact with him as from the most bitUr enemy The first duty of your committee wa to as. substituted for that of "tho Territory <>f Florida J.ilvOI, IS 17. 1 Andrew Sallust, Anthon's Grsar, thousand eight hundred ant forty-seven.
with impunity how fir tho work tubmittcd their the Court" f for ibo Michlel's History of France Moore's Poems, By the President: f
of his country. Nor will indulge certain to "Supremo Cour Medical Notice. J ewec's on Children. Dewce's Midwifery, JAMES K. FOLK. I
even at this lime and in this country, li.'sun- examination, conformed in the scheme- and of Appeals," "the( Circuit Courts' 1ir "the Oxford Bibles, with clasps, RICHARD M. YOUNG '

patriotic purpose. He will jet keenly feel! the honest plan| of its execution with the I lequircments of Superior Courts of the Territory," and a cor. DR. R. \V. FISHERO'F1I Webster' Dictionaries BrainarJ Flute and Violin Commissioner f the General Land Office. j

indignation of an insulted people. iho statute above referred to. The generalpurposes responding change bo carried through with : ,S Iii, professional If't\ ices In the puMic.t Instructors Silver Combs, Elliott's, Slver; celebrated Head OrnamentsGold Chinese Razor Studs, NOTICE. 1 1In

It only remains for u!, hnuld Mexico reject this indicated in the Act of tho (General "the Hoard of County Commis>5oners," and Hickory Hill, t the residence of Gcorje i.c., &c. For sale by I pursuance to the provisions of Ibo Act of Cur ; ;

last proposal for peace to continue the vigorous Assembly were the following : Judges of I'robate" in lieu of the old Csuuti.ty H.Fi.her. P. A. HA"WARD.J gress,Approved 2d March, 1S33 entitled An Act 1

prosecution of the war. She must be made to (l'cItbe 1st. That the work in question should contain Courts," which, under tho Territorial 1 Gov. Jill 17,1517. rJ I.Iy 10. I* 41. 51 to establish a town at St. Marks Florida," the Reg. '1

sword still And if not but of the ernment, united these functions.. i ister ansi Receiver of the Land Office at Tallahassee, t
edge of our more keenly. a Compilation, a Digest Notice.THE Furniture for Sale. .
ill be the
lo of
w required, prior day sale to ascertain
desolation should follow in the trail of our army,t-hc Laws (,if the State," and that this Digest, in So, also, a similar chance: became necessary '4 the value of
S undersigned: Ecutrix: ( f Ihu estate of I HANDSOME MAHOGANY WORK TABLE any improvements which ciay have l'
Las none to blame but herself. Having produced the terms of the law, h shall include siiVtantially in the designation of the State triccrs. \ _:>l Smzlt.errydxea3e( ( cl Hamilton J. with two drawers, been made on the lots designated in this pnwJaiita.

the war-having refused to come to terms, !hey all Acts and llcsolutions of the Territo- in place of the Territorial officers, as wi! reaJily ('.uiily, notifies all persons h Mm:* rl'iims against i 1 do. do. flock Case, lion, respectively "and tbe purchaser at public sale .

must abide the consequences be they ever to disastrous. rial Legislature heretofore passed, and which ( suggest itself to jour Excellency.yd. sod estate to |.roent t tlh'm,duly autllcllt icatt1I,wit h. 1 do. do. Iurcau"itb Gloss l .jv. of any lot upon which there are such icjprvvrBtcaU "I
he during the and As to the material alterations and 111 the time prescubcd by the law; ;and all l1cr.sns 1 Curl Maple Loungo with hair maUra, other than the owner thereof, shall, in addition to .
may pissed present ensuing in, fall fccs Operations of The Tariff. are public and general, and excluding such as second section of the act, with : view to avoid July 17,1 1.17. .13 2rn: 't.'l1lri't. 1 hair maftrass the value of them an thus ascertain ; and i if

The following official letter from the Secretary of are private or local, and tuch also as ha\c been 'obscurity, Arc.," this power has been exercised 2 Moss mattrasses, payment t hire for shall riot W made upon the day on .r I

the Treasury was written in reply to a communication repealed.t with a commendable caution, and your Notice. 2 Wash Stands which the same was purchased the lot shall be again '
offered at public sale on tbe next day of sale ar.U
the lIon.STEPHEN AI>AM ,of li sis"il'pi. 2d.! That "all useless committee of instance months after date, the Administrator cf the 2 Ward-robes
from : verbiage single
or KujKirhious arc aware only a SIX tat imam 15 Kil >atrick, doccastilrill fls yds band oml Carpeting that has not been Used ouch person shall not be capable of becoming the f
It gives abundant promise that the Democratic Tariff matter," and all that has a tendency to of its exercise. This will be found in a note 'resent his accounts and vouchers[ to the Honorable but very little,all of one pattern. Applv !tf' purchaser of that or of any ether lot offered at that 1

of 1S46, i is destined to fulfil the prediction of its mystify and obscure the true meaning of any of the compiler to the 1st section ff( tho act Jud. trof Probate of Jefferson County, and ask tu be JUly3, 17. t) J. It FORTUNE. public sale : Provided, That if any lot so offered ansi 1 .

most sanguine friends as well as to f..lsifIhese of act or section shall be caicfully omit. entitled. .\net in relation: to Liens; cnatedy l dirhar<;fd a4 Administrator of said t tate. bid ell on the last day of the public sale shall nut : .r
thereof Tobacco. be thus paid for, the same be entered at private 5
it j opponents: ted," &c., and (bUIO noted," and the Judgments," approved February TJ, 1M34; July 17, IS 17. 52 Cm Chewing sale, upon pacing to the United may States the sum at t. 3

I TREASURY DEPARTMENT, July 1C, 1 17. laws arranged under appropriate heads,"' &c., where, it will bo seen, he has omitted from A bale SUPERIOR BIRCHETT article in&half LI |DL ound IJLJGEIl lumps, for which it was bid off and to the owner of the improvements t ;

Si.:-The gross receipts from customs from the the whole to be accompanied marginal the last clause of that section tho words, as July 3,bv l'.17. 50 tbe previously 1 ascertained value there _4. IuLD

ht totbe huh July 1 17. under notes and references, and with a suitable in. at common law." The reason and propriety aforesaiJ'the .
DecrmbrIS.Hi. By the Act of Congress minimum
the tarif ISlf.comr.arc with the same period of dex." br this omission will sufficiently appear in said _I Notice.THE price of each town lot is fixed at twenty-five dollars, i :1
the previous lear r tariff of 1i2. xhibit! That said shall bo attachedan firm of I 11. R. Seward &. Co."and" Kirksey
:3d. to Digest note, ((10 bo printed with the laws.) showing and of each out lot. at twenty-five dollar per acre i
increase of the tariff ci IS 10 of one and dissolved mutual
Seward" is this day by con
a til"1 which shall the Constitution RICHARD M. YOUNG t
appendix contain the change to he to lender tho law
This is duties necessary 't
thousand o all
fuur dolut. excusi" sent. James Kirksey is authorized to settle business -
Commissioner the General
accrued in \rehouse ..r the new ( of the United States, and of the State of sensible! and correct. connected with the ame. of Land
Juno 5, 15-17. 40 13t
warehousing;lw. which are nearly half a trillion, Florida, and the Statute of Frauds and Perjuries On the third general point of cnrluir rela. T liE;eat American remedy for Chills and Fner. James Kirk:-y will continue the business at the 0JJiu.j j

and will tntal augmentation of duties accrued passed: in tho 29lh year of tho reign of hug to tho Appendix to the cod, has: None need suffer with Chills and Fovir.or Fe. old stand of Kirksey & Seward, where he will be I
during the Hist *eten months and ten dj\s ot ur and A;u.-. for Dr. Hull's pills are a speedy and pleased to receive a continuance of the favors of his DR. J. S. BOND
the tariff" of IS ', compared with the same under Charles the Second ; also al English statutes he compiler arranged (to pubih! with his book Ihtm:; cure for this distressing complaint. It is too old Irieudl.l.uJ those of Mr. H. R. Seward. his professional services to the citizen*
the tarf of 1512, about me million and : half of relating to Habeas Corpus. the Constitution of tho United States, and of Isle for any to deny this, or for the skeptic to doubt, JAMES KIRKSEY, OFFERS and the surrounding country. t\.,1 J' .
Your committee will submit their ob erva- the State of Florida, }but also thoso laws of fur the te=iinv ny exists on every side throughout thi HANSEL R. SEWARD. Office at Col. Fisher'* Ifote ,

Since my last letter to -u. we have received return tiol upon tho work before them under the fore. Congress in full, which constituted the Organic i vast Country,from the 0'7 cabin of the western wilds Tallahassee, Juno 2), 15-17. 00 May 2',. IS 17. 45 If ;
forthemonthof June and the first tel dJs of tu the palace of the millionaire, there are thousands -- -
July, ,which would seem to indicate that the augmentation going; heads : law of the late: Territory. This, wo under. : ready to certify that theyha\c been ]Permanently Choice Wines and Liquors. Notice.

of revenue is still progrcs ng. And 1st. Tho analytical tablo of content, land, has }been done with the approbation of cured by this medicine when all other preparations Brig Wakulla from New York. we have re months after date,I shall present my account. ,. J'

I am, very rCrffuty. to be submitted to the GO'Cror. and which your Excellency, and their introduction wouJ! and the skill of the medical professors had failed to BY the following articles which we will sell SIX vouchers to tbe Hon. Judge of Probate iu 1

!rnnt.n. vjll be published with the work will exhibit seem to be required by reasons of necessity I give relief. Dr. Hull's Pills require no pufCnt; theyare low to planters and others : and for the County of Jefferson and apply for a discharge
J. WALKER whole what the public have l long wanted a speedy rem- Casks as Administrator de bonu turn nf the retain J
to his Excellency a synopsis of the body as furnishing the rule of construction 2 Quarter Cognac Brandy I
the Trca ur.*'. and' certain in its effects; a remedy which contains .
'rctan (dy G Eighth do do do. of Everett White,late of said County deceased.T. j .
Hon. S. ADAMS Pontotoc, Miss. of the laws. dicstct and arranged under ape 10 tho acts of the Legislative Council passed not a particle of any thing injurious to health, I Cask Old Port Wine BEATTY. j

propriato h : )t will bo there teen that under their authority. which produces all the bentlicial and none of the in- 2 Madeira Wine Monticello, July 3, J?-I7. 50 6m '4 1

Comparative statement of gross receipts from customs the laws are naturally anJ scientifically arranged Tho English statutes named in the 3J KCC- urious eflectsof the quinine on the sty-rtcm. These 1 Pipe Schiedam Gin,
at the ports of the United States during the months 'ilU generally cure the Chills and Fever the first I IIt..y Groceries. t
) Boxes Claret Wine Family
under four general divisions and ion of the act under consideration, will I In Ii .
of December, 1SJ5 and and Jaanarv to July and scken; thcttftlQaC'h. ()operate upon the
10, JSII and IS 17., under JS-G.the n"ltti\-c'tarif"i of each of these subdivided into a suitable: num. omitted from tho '\Ipeuclix. This omission oweU., not The intelligent vt the medical pnfesnionise ,I I Irish Peach Whiskey Brandy,Apple Malaga Brandy Wine., J TUST received direct Irc-m New Orleans I hv_ J. R, i ;(

3il2 and 1516 : bet of titles chapters and sections." will he made, a thu assent of and recommend Dr. Hull Tills, !mt neglected BIRCHETT & LINDENBERGER FORTUNE, I..r schr.VhiteWing, 4I
4S45-'C. 1S40' -*7. This classification seems to committee workto ,lotors (If htllc practice,do all their churlish spiritscan 00 C I Casks. clear Bacon Sides, ;
your Jour Excellency, as they woul swclllo July 3, 1817. 2 Shoulders .
December gf2H'>5,321 2.4U.j2 but I their efforts are as tunic and s
to them
: be technical and in and "pros.-
: to precise principle, a most inconvenient aj and when he commanded the 2 Hams, 1
Januu.February 2.lG.2ii., 2,131,075 2.GJ.21' .accurately and strictly carried out in prac- all other English statutes in forco in this State mighty foolish billows as were of the Danube to bv flocced with a Dwelling House for Sale. 15 Kegs Loaf Lard : t

March, 4.10,5VJ .l.HI; (ice. Avoiding equally the opposite errors of arc to bo pulJIshl1 in a separate n".Iielc for prc-iiming to interfere with his passage.Hi A SMALL comfortable Dwelling House for sale at 2 nLI,. 6' .- .
April, a.bOO.Sll 3r':,0'>l too minute a subdivision of to extended a work arrangel, conformity ions of the *" |1seoplehaveaseertsiflestthat I Di. Hull's Tills are lt nticdlo, Jefferson County adjoining JUll f'Chace'l 2 Hhds. Brown Sugar.
anl prOi It will be sold on time to suit 1 BbL Dried Beef 1.
May 2S,5t7June ; 2. 3.17 and t certain remedy before the pubic property.
h > mo
of titles } embraced t < cheapest
generalization subjects the statutes of Great Britain
S Sacks Rio Collie
'/"i ," 2,5I'lirI< concerning li and it i is as impossible to stay the demand fur purchasers. Apply to
July 10, .U.- )< 9-'H in its bcopc, it arranges the various laws underan in forco in this Stale," approved December hem as to hush the rushing wind. Planters and July 3, 1 S.J 7. t) J. R FORTUNE. 3 is Bbls. St. Louis Flour j. 4'It

adequato number of distinct and appropriate 27, 181: This last act of the General; AJSCUI- others residing in unhealthy locations find an annual ') hf. Lbls.u "

HIlIJ.Q32 2)3. S heads, eo as readily to present to the examiner Ll ly must be construed tosupcrccdo iho special avinir of hundreds of dollars in the shape of medical Leon CountyTAX June 12 6,dozen 1541. Claret. 47Notice. .

19.'Y.lJ 2 either a collective form of tho whole, provision prior act of December 10th, hills, by the uso of this certain and efficacious COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. -
Jthe rlfecually
Excess tariff tf 1c4'l> Et/t,25 l or a distinc enumeration of their various parts. of tho lma emedy.two One case single of; chill box and will fever.generally Dr. Hull'cure Pills- 'rilltax.paye.. of Leon County are receive hereby Taxes noti- tALL

TREASOKT DE.ITME T. July 1C, IS 17. h La received the entire approbation of your As respects the Index required in the law, arc \ct the cheapest medicine before the pnb1icOlh .- due the State and County now prepared of Leon for to the year 1947. persons indebted to the estate of Miles Pot. I t

committee. They recognize in its projection that is arranged to be executed as the laws are r. hivc reduced the retail price of their pills to will find me at the Court House during the deceased.late of Washington County will f9
S Not the ports. and execution the of and one dollar but it takes two i>f theirs for ado*;. They make payment; and those having demands again! f jt
a operation a logical being! printed ; and from tho analytical mind] present scssionwhcrel shall be happy to meet them.
Remember that them within thc time
sufficient. said estate must
hcrM r.f Hull's H present pre
one j fj
discriminating fully imbued with a know- of the compiler and his full of the A. A. FISHER,
knowledge to two of law will be barred.
box of JrHuU'1 medicine is cijual scribed by or they
Immense ) N. Y. me and Tax Collector.
Shipment of Bread.h/f.-Thc edge of the ujcct contents of tho work, we doubt not ho will he othef kind, and there are twenty discs' of pills Sheriff er officio SHARPLESS EVANS Executor.

correspondent of the on 2d. Under this sro point of inquiry, your make a copious and accurate Index to the in JluIl'*, anJ but twelve I in many others now in use. July :. 1*11. 50 Washington County June 26, 18-17. 49 2m 1 !
the ISth inst.says that there had been shipped from committee observe that the and sold at the unprecedented low price cf ,
wi a regards work. In fact, with slight change, and arc Groceries.JUST .
the port of New York to ports, from the 1st the above plan, in \'er "." cents per box.: BlacksmithingHorseshocing&c.'pilE : i
fore carrying collectingand with the addition of printed paging, an In. of the above valuable Medicinej'iit received boxes Loaf Sugar j
of Jane to the 15th tf July, : .42' barrels of flour, arranging all the laws that are now i in (hex is already made in the marginal annota. A reciivcd fresh supply in Tallaha&KC} and for sale by 10 Bags Havana Coffee, undersigned baa made arrangements to carry t

1.110,764 bushel cf corn and 723,021 bu hrld of force, which are public and general" and ions on the text. July 21.l h11. 1 2t LEWH &. AMES. 20 do Rio do. X on the BLACKSMITH'S BUSINESS in all its

wheat. Here is an ," says he, in a little) 4 in excluding such as arc private and local, We have now furnished to 0 do Java do. branches lie has paid particular attention to Horse I.
eXpt }your Excellency Boxes Brown Soap
Notice. GO shoeing and feels confident that be can give satisfaction
more than six weeks nearly two millions of hushels and have been the compiler has
repealed, our detailed views on the whole work and wo Sperm Candles Sperm Oil Linseed Oil. Sardine, to any who may favor him with their work
of grain, and half a mil n of barrels of flour- been equally exact and successful in that part take great pleasure in expressing our entire SIX cionlhs alt..r date, the cf acting Arthur Executor Curney,of Sen the, I Pickles, Canvassed Hams Maccaroni,Olive Oil for in this respect. His shop is in tbo rear of the City Uf. s

worth between five and six millions dollars. The of his task. approbation of its plan and execution. And -t will will and make testament:application to the linn. Judsxeol ; sale on accommodating terms by Hotel and adjoins the Livery Stable of Messrs. Mil : )
d.C'a CJ.
fall in the English malt was known at this side On this par of the work, the examination wo cannot but congratulate ourselves and the : ProUteof Ixon County for letters of dismissionas BIRCHETT 50& LINDENBERGER. ler Si Brokaw. His prices will be very liberal, and I ;.

early] in July, and appears to Lave had no effect in of your committee has been )nost full and whole community that a digested, systematic, i 'KxecJfor of aid oUte -July3,1S17. be respectfully solicits a ewe HENRY of public B. patronage.FITTS. f !

checking exports, .hich. thus far, have been rathet searching ; a task they were prompted to, as and correct code of laws will soon superccdo- JulyI7,1517. Ti2 Cm UNITED STATES MAIL June 10, IS.7. 43 St !

larger for this mon'.h than for the month previous. well by the suggestions of duty, a by regard the crude, perplexed and chaotic mass through Notice. '. ,
tbe is Mated in foimer the wishes of the who courted the have Two Horse Barouch for Sale. i i '
Probably reason (a a letter.) 10 compier. which we now to gropo our uncertain Widow of Edward Smjjlelerrj,
that holders piefcr to realize at once for 'tear of a closest scrutiny)' into Owing to the way. TlIEundersisrird 1 Hamilton County hereby piles THE subscriber has a light roomy BAROUCll (i| t t i
broad that be will sell low. I
further decline. We have a right therefore{ to expect cry systematical manner in which the woik All of which i is most respectfully submitted. .tice that MX' weeks after date, also will make ap- June IJ!,quite 1841. )43 J. R, FORTUNE. '

that exports of brC3dstut will, for come tlc, was arranged, and the consequent facility of THOMAS KANDALL, kication to the lion. Judo (If Probate for said cuun-. !

maintain a high untc. reference which it afForded by its copious annotations \v. II. HnOCKI XBlOUGl t/ fur which her Power all concerned in said are estate rc iuf to be lsd allotted to take noiu-r.to her.Of I'BOX cnATTA.HOOCniE TO FORT OAIXKS, GA. Notice. : :

The news by has caused a consider to each and every printed law of the J. WALES .\ ANN ELIZA DENSMOKE. and after the first day of July next this line ALL persons having demands against the estate of i 1 1j

able fall in the price of breadstuff* in the I'rincra State, your committee was enabled, with much Committee.OlUTUAIl July 17,1>>17. 52 4w ON be run regularly TWO HORSE STAGES. Tucker late of Leon county, deceased

markets. CES J labor than 5 extensive an undertaking The undersigned, having the contract to carry the I will take notice authenticated resent them to the I
would otherwise have required, to Notice. mail on this route, intends to give every facility to undersigned, duly within the time
Seizure the V. concerned in the rotate of F.Jw lrdinlct'rry. travellers who may wish to take this route, by Columbus prescribed by lawor this notice will be plead in Ur j I
of Chinese New York and section of each .
Junk.-Tc critically every act every Died on Monday, the 12th( in.st, in Troy, New ALI persons, deceased late of Hamilton county, Ga., North. of their recovery. I
correspondent. of the Uuiuu sajs- act now in force in this Slate. This review, fork, after an illness of ( i iht wciV,, Mr. UEuRl IIrrc1n..lifieJ that,six weeks after date, the nersianed. Good stages the best of teams, and obliging drivers JOHN WILSON,Admr. : !

The custom-house here has seized the Chinese it will be observed, involved tho necessity of M. DYKE, cf that dtaed about :w )(ars. Ire Executrix of said estate,will make appliation ; in a word every pains w ll be taken to give June 19. 15-17. 4s
junk j Kein.for not having clearance pajn'rs. Capt. collecting and examining every law: hnd every to the lIon. Jud.'e of Probates for said county isfaction,(and C1Jl'uiallyduring lie season of high t.
boenr, say he has them o. k." in orthodox of Jaw in the statute books, whether reopcaled -- ---- --- - Cur leave to sell the Itcal Estate of said Slush terry. water) to those who may choose this route North. Notice. ;
Chinese; and Hew UK, t,4 mandarin of there part a OJ- Diunc btmce may be expected in the Mcthdi ANN ELIZA DENSMOW; The stage will leave Chattahoochie every Tuesdayand months after date the undersigned Executor :
button who i is on board him, a* a tort of or unrepealed, with \icwto asccr- (> "t Protestant Church r Sunday next, 1st AU.it.at !, July 11. J*I1. 52 4t Executrix. Friday, at C, A. It!., arrive at Fort Gaines next SIX the lad will and testament of Benjamin ; i I
says: w If Mereanmans no Ulk-laUec ain, by comparison and collation, whether thesame the usual (hour, in the days by 12, M. Leave Fort Gaines every Wednesday Chaires deceased, late of Leon County,will present .
China talk, what for takee Kcjing ?and the logic were in force or not ; and, if repealed, __ morning.fjj Notice. and Saturday at I, P. M., arrive at Chattahoo bis account and vouchers to the lion. Judge of Probate I : '

eenu really) very goodtbough Ibe English is not of and whether or by implication.This WE are authorized and requested to announce co-partnership heretofore existing under the i chic next days by S, J). M. of Leon County, and make application for let-
tbL. I i* no the junk's fault,nor jet Captain low, expressly, I THE and style of E. G. and J. Ponder has been. Persons travelling from Columbus. Ga., via Fort ters of dismission as Executor aforesaid. '
their entire a for Tax t
resulted in
Kelet's. the cutom-houl linguists are not >uf. close scrutiny a dissolcd by mutual consent ever since the first day Giines Blakcley, Chattahoochie Quincy to Tallahassee JOSEPH CHAIRES. Executor.
aw/ai/at the language of the Ccle.tials.- satisfaction with the work at executed. As Assessor and Collector fur Leon County at thu clec- of May IS 17. All persons indebted to said firm ,will find this tho most expeditious route. Leon County,April 3, 18-17. 37 Cm t
Hosing is and Air. Walker will in October next. T. D. WILSON Proprietor.Quin'y .
right, Secretary lay an evidence of tho degree of accuracy with ion will i'ay former partner. ------
5- f AMES I'ONDER.July Juno 2j, 15-17. 49 Sm Notice.
executed ,
. \\hkb this part of the task was your XWE( arc authoiucd to announce JAMES *
committee can only recur tingle law on candidate for Tu Assessor 17, 18-17. 02 3 J. R. FORTUNE OIX montbs'after date, the undersigned. AdminisO -
Far the FtotiJian.CELEBRATION t I ART I as a and Collccor deceased .
Daniel N
trator ol Cone lat of Columbia
which they differed with compiler, on the the election iu Dr. J. H. Scales, made arrangement in Now
AT APALACHICOLA. fo Leon. County,at October next.gt permanent County East Florida, will present hi. final
question whether it Va repealed or in force. SDRGEGON DENTIST ,. HAVING by which Im will keep constantly on account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate for ,

F At the dawn dqr, tbe atari and slrip of our I[ may ho well to state that the law referred to >> Sons of Tenn crauce.-The undersigned har. TT71LL return to Tallahassee about the 2Ulh inst, hand a good supply of family Hour Bacon of all Columbia County,and ask for a discharge.WILLIAM i

American Flag were o "seen floating at of the the following, to wit : "An Act to enable lag (seen cmpfw'rc to act I Special Deputy to and W I fur a few weeks. Ills Room is at Demilly's- descriptions, which he will guarantee cash in all cases in of CONE. Adn'r.
Administrators and Guardians to fur the State of Florida, agent for the NationalJivisivu Ladies waited upon at their residences.i first nuality and to be sold as low for u any Blount's, Ferry, E. F., May 29, l-I1. 4J Cm"
liberty pole, and the/oar of thirl en guns pave ample Executors, a :1CORN town. Those wishing orders filled in New Orleans i.
warnbg to our citizens that the glorious Fourth "a cell the real estate o infant," approved 12th of thu Son of Tvinpeiauce, in the or aui- July 10.147. he will attend to. as he has an agent who makes it his Notice. --

*t hand: the long and teady roll of Ibe drum break- February[ 1630. 'lhiaat(quoted accurately Zilion of Subordinate Divisions of thu Sons:of Titncraucc AND PEASIor .*le. Apply to business to purchase at the lowest 47 market rates. I months after date, I shall present ny accounts

"SUtpca oar lumbers, reminded ui that we were >y its title) is bo repealed by an uid their proper cori.litutiuuul. Jif'tiulUJ 3, 1sa47. M J. It FORTUNE. June 12.1847. SIX vouchers to the lion. AMcDoUald, Judge

.ttxieTcans.Atn.ricanI, a land of liberty ; about act approved 4th March 1611 ; but a the let guvcruiuuit, I.rul.u.. tu the citizens of TalUu New Style of Shower Baths of Probate in and for the County of Madison ana
to i is referred In by date, AIH! the auriOUlidlli country to ur the ... Claret for Sale. which apply fore discharge as Administrator of It* estate
t in th celebration of a day bequeathed to us (o bo repealed t rung niL Superior. be had at the Tin Manufactory, are John deceased.
of W.Richardson late of said County
bj r la. 01 the Rcrolution : the birth sLy the learned compiler bold that the repeal was Order in this city ou Stiirdy evcuiup.tllc 7lU August DOXES or cl i lot. Sate CAN and such ai every person ought to S. B. RICHARDSON.

o C MUaiial effectuated: and he Las concluded to reaju net. GEO. O. McML'LLIN., S D .3 ."pr1to !ban to insure health during hot weather. Madison County May 15, 1917. 43 ,,Atm "
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;::1 New Store and New New Orea Type Foundry, ATennil! Wcraa! Werai! 1 .-.TVE. <*:# ; afterdate c'y, I ihall presnnt my deal CimajiT otJxrtmsov CovaT- 'lG) 1''

U 0* large irii*ed&e( .* the *** G. AND PI'FURIS WAOUS rpHEbane ol chiUhood.'and the certain prr i CONSTITUTION rorosn AND THE SAT OFLJA S'CC: mt yohe to the Hon. Judge of P William Bailey AdmY It -,Mi(.cT.. Jobs -
M X of diseases to W 11l of Jefierson,and
dangerous if AOE
rt- apply '
and Me C-ortty ttrttt*..pk.iteE Sarntr Col street Rf. many CXAL AMXKBT TO THIS ACTION bite in Cut luay,deceased C.asfieM *z, t !
I ; of Clement
main estate
.t' Stckwfd.e.the mrf.A twJL leave to Pub- long in the bum** system i great Da.I 'Va a discharge u of the *s. '..

.18 firM JI.sae. tl Cf fn THE undersigned and J'ioten.beg that they to announce bare established Thousand o Children 1.N OJ THX jixrr OUK-I.1.L W. Stephens.!.* o said Count1.d ,a- Ransom J. Roberts ./.,Mef

vr IOUNDRY in this Worms 1AME GADE.Monteelo. appearing to the .IT _
and extensive TYPE atia
? ewum*.T a complete The is now close at hand when they Jtm Act'. '1 found the Cmttitvliim (/ this Stotts ,Jau'f U, 18-7. .
The Book Letter of this Foundry cut to season b tdaitm.d.intbi..tb&I.J.Rote*
&IH DrjXJoods, tf extend all white not* inhabitants,
8apl. cty. t fret
aD by workmen of long experience. and, as no come mo troublesome to children Die Eanel.
, Bonnet*,ll t*. ,Hardware to obtain tbe handsomest faces Or. WoodrnfT' being rn tf the U"i Stairs vA0 stall ITotlee. side out of the deat
Wood Willow. Crockery tad Stow Ware expense was Ipare respect,w* will venture to Worl Spcclflo have" I ti SG one year, the */,,- after date,I .ba present my accoonl William, Administratrix of William Uwjni..
and to mtb.
every I. safe and efficient remedy for it-
perfect a Worms. Tiy SIX
Glass Ware Groceries. & the handsomest tiwefranthist.QECTIOIt and the Hon. Judge of reside in the Eastern
it not Cirtit
BEADIT,WADE CLOTHIXO.COXHISTINO say it \i b. United found a handome. have > a very I U as. good u the best, and cheap M the cheapest.Mr. 1. Be ft enacted If tht Sen*.'* andO Probate of Leon County tot letter of dismission asAduninistratrix dee.cdtt. That said Ransom ol
Sae. Joseph Shipley of Muacegee Co.. GL.S'llt e tatirt .f the State tf Florida on the estate of Granvill
and Job Letter of Sheppard Daid Eanel. d appear
' THI: roixowiw: handsome assortment from H.Rqt fo
brought a child belong With
,. 01 which would call the attention ufal2orml negro tvnvened. That the first late of said County deceased.ELIZABETH months, said *, ?
latent style to we an ,
in drew the ing
.: Bare and Mu1nl. patterns, All to a : clause of th* sixth article of the Constitution be Adm'x.January said, two from the date UM .
S Ldic' before r V.\ND month.
of Printers purchasing eli'here. Mr. John .
J. I :
of Whitesville. Ceo o
:0.1. T.rto. Pint Mu.lin. manufactuied by us hall be of a material LitU. ;says amended a* follows,viz: Every fr.whit male per- 23, IS 17. 37 Gm aws 1 Lea t ion of this chew cause way UuV,
, Bok. Mul. Swiss and aent do., articles to manufactured at the gave it in one case and brought away SO Wom I on ol the age of twenty-one years and upwards,and should not be revived and answer the orl

Plain, and ilripe Cambrics, equal North, if and nut asweshall superior, sell any Type at New York pdr. another case, it cured his negro woma el T u4 who sha be, at the time of offering to rote, a citizen S. W filed in this cause, otherwise a decree rmvhitfvl"
and black ; Tape n"nl. : resided 1I,
White Talon Musln. State, and who shall have same willpassandtheortginalbillbeteased.
we trust to meet with encouragement.We Mr. Thomas of Coweta Co.. Ceo., say*. II o UDite Attorney at "(
Black Crane,blck BRASS RULE nTd. and hi domicil, home and place of AM Ordered. nat _
Lace and Ix>ve Veils, are now to manufacture gave it to a who was in bad health; It I h litation. i u/ft
prepare for next Florida
Green Banege Back We permanent ,! one year pre Montittllo, Jefferson County, (his drder be published ; 0
solid colours and ) magnitudewith brought t iiumeduttly' 36 hits was stiwnwell
TYPJvan away worm the election at which he shall offer to vote pilr
ceding the Middle Circuit of Florida
of Printers once a
finghm5. I call the attention attend-the Circuit of the Middle
Muslin embroidered Shaw Is, would partic1llr ) ,and soup this time. and for six months in Court
ge ad to Laving an entire new set of rema 1S47. t and who shall, at such tim WILL ,and of tbe County o of the months. (Signed) l
. Scarfs, January have had hi habita
and $lk ( mediately preceding said time THOMAS BALTZELL
D. which enabled to furnish a perfect Eastern Circuit,Florida. JaW
moulds, by we are Pike Co. Geo. 1946.
July 12, *
ilk handkerchief' Gnu..IS home and place of ,
} Cambr 1Linen article. We are also Agents for the sale of the Dr. Wuodrutr-Please forward immediately thee tion domicl.in which he may pr.nent abe. Monticello,August 2.1846. 5 July3,1S-17. r
rhino hc-stitcbe and Napier, Washington and Smith PRESSES which dozen of your Worm Specific. We have calls for it deemed a qualified voter at all elections under this County"
do Slick Fur.
D IJk with Chases,Cases Composing .
twrether daily. Scud without delay. Respectfully, Constitution and none others, except in elections by
mbroiJere. in the '
Kid Gloves, niture. Ink, and every other article required JNO. G. hILL S CO. District I TAX SALE.
Black and fanjy general! ticket in the State or prescribed by I
co\ure, Pockets I'rintingiiu.ines',will be kept on hand and furnished Co., Go., rcmber U, IS4" I & MAXWELL. T>Y virtue of authority vested in
Silk, metal-c: arid TALBO law, in which) cases, the elector must have been : me by l law I
b Black white pM fancy coloured silk Mitt. 'a ranuCarturer'l prices. establish News- Dr. Woodruff have recently mate' trial uf yoir resident of the State one year next preceding the I ; D expose for sale,before the Court HOOK dur shU i
. White and blade twist silk Gloves Jailors and Printers wishing to furnished a withan Worm Specific in a very bad case with the Inppifcteffect. electionand six months within the election districtin IITM. H. BROCKENBROUGH wi return to Fo Monticello,Jefferson County,on the '

Lisle Edging. Muslin Edgings and Inserting, paper or Job Printing Office will b the size I think more ol' it than e\'er. and behieveitwilldo which he offers to vote Provided That no soldier Y Y rida in time to attend all Court of First Monday in October

Black silk Lace, I tn 8 in. wide, estimate in detail for the same,by stating and of in 1)>'J?cases in the 10U.' seaman or marine in the regular Army or Navyof Middle Circuitand Jackson and Franklin Counties the following or so ranch z
Thread and Bobbin Edging and Lace-, of the paper.or the.partitular style quantity J. E ROPER, M. D. the United States unless he were a qualified elector in West Florida B. St M. will also attend the pay tbe State proprty. Taxes due there as .Hi

'I Parasols, ParastfUettes. and Sun-shadC. work to be executed.ft of who publish of this State previous to his enlistment a such Supreme and Federal Courts. Tei time will b year 1946- viz: for this

, China strand fancy Muslin Bonnets, ( -his The advertisement proprietors six newspapers months and wi TiE nCHCDY NEEDEDFor soldier seaman or marine in the Regular Army or devoted exclusively to the poft,8D. El. SE4.See.29.T.lR.3N&.E.SOacr
Misses China aid do. do. do., { paper' of t the United States of the claims against States eprOuton NE4.NE4," ac
ud Navy ) or revenue serice. the'Unite
I ill be for the advertise- Diarrli
t Bonnet Flowers' and Ribbons, times shall be considered a resident of the State in consequence of arrangements have been madein NW4.NW4." <
p ment six the amount of adverting of .
by Summer .
Lutestring Ribbons, a.ortl-, purrhuinl COIllaint of being stationeithin the same Washington. NW4.SE4" 2S.T.1.R.3.N4.EI40

Fancy coloured velvet Neck Ribbons, ; GREEN &, CO. From the late laente louls. Gcutjia Passed Snate. Delber 1936.- March 13, 1847. 31 SE4.SW4," 2S.T.lR.3.Ntl .S.NW4NE4" .
Black and white ilk Hose, Regiment.BRAXOS ). II. MAYS President Senate. |
brow. and slate col'd ditto, Jun /, 1M7. 49 Cm 17 Canal St. Row. IAro, July 21, 1<1t II. Senate. All in .
White bue. ARCHER Secretary .TIN MANUFACTORY. Township 1,Range 3,1*.E.,lying in Jrf
Misses white do. Co., Notice. Dr. M. Woodruff Dear Sir-I I owe you an apolf Passed House, December 16, 1346. ferson County.
Feather and paper painted Fang, for not acknowledging brfnre this the receipt a ROBERT Speaker- Ho. Reps. SMITH

Pink white scarlet, straw, and blue Fbi ence, ALL persons having claims against the estate of box of your Dy!e tary or.Jjat. which lOU Jiad the M. D. PAPT Clctk..in BRO\N.. J. R. FORTUNE, ShfT. and ex Tax.SIMKINS.Col.Jtfl.
i Long Lawn, Irih Linen Linen Sheeting, Puter. late of Wahington County deceased kindness to send me while in Columbus for the Use become tbe sole proprietor of the TIN June2l847. ofi Co

Linen Table danw-k, \ !present them to the subscriber within of my crips. HAVING lately the property of R. Flagler & Co.. t
Linen Napkins BirdVeyo Diaper Linen Dowlas, I the time prescribed by lw. 01 they will be barred ; I have found it a most valuable medjc.jneand only Act to amJ the Constitution of this State to takes this method of informing the public that he S.F.BURNEYlu
Crash and Huckaback and thoio indebted to will make payment regret that I have tc.t a supply of it. Whdievcr my as to make the sessions of the General Assembly
Russia Diaper. Towclnj. will keep constantly on hand at the shop oppoitehis
6 to 12-4 brown and bleached Cot. Sh to the subscriber. men have followed lhedircctioiHthey hat invariably biennial instead of annual. store, a large assortment of all the varieties of Just Received per Schr. Tallahassee, ,

Col'd Cambrics white and brown Holand. NATHANIEL MILLER. Executor. found reie. We have suffered and aresuffering SECTION J Be it enacted by the Senate and Tin and other articles usually kept in his line of New Orleans, (really and not poetically,)

Alpack.Bombazine,silk Ve1et. blck JinelQ. 117. 47 2m much Dnlentaf.eo'C:ioned by the wretched Representatives, of the State of Flo- business. He will also be prepared to furnish any; now opening, .

DreS Furniture Notice I water we to drink, but !your Cordial is restoring retain ttrol.18tmbl. conceited.That the second Merchants in the country Tin-ware at as low prices Ginghams jSwiss Muslin
shades. i all to their and risar. With clause of the fourth article of the Constitution of PLAID ,
number coltrcln/l
of ;
Cruel it from the North and them to do.
begs :'Iri
; Russ, one of I the as they can get ; h Linen
Silver Thimble, Fancy Binding, IS lFRJnY given that George my sincere thanks your kindie's,and best wishes this State be so amended as to read a follows, viz: and examine for There is an ob Batieste do. .
NeIN. F. RUM late of theCuunl" : Mosquito
T.p silk Trimmings, estate of James for succe, I tour obedient cal themsele. Netting,
kind, fancy your am servant, 2d. members of the House of Representativesshall
Tle in it here free from white do.
damage Blk &
the State of Florida jet J Black Silk Fillet
in Gloves
White brown and fancy coloured Linens,for mcns ol Jackson, lle'd. ISAAC HOLMES, Capt. Mann Guards. l chosen by the votru, and shall ,
his ,filed his petition before te tlaliff which it usually gets by shipping. Mourning MuslinsCot.. Osnaborg and brown
wear, has tl"4 dy by attorney Afresh supply uf the a valiuble medicine", acne or the term of >e rs. and after the {
t coloured Cotton the Jude of the Probate Court of the said County just received and for sale by Lewis- &. Aur, Druggist day of the first election under the amended Conatitufion GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF TIN-WARE. Printed Muslins 1 domestics.
Fancy Embroidered Muslins
and Fancy AssortmentWens' for a distribution of said estate; and that, three ,, Tallahassee; ain,by K. Manning, I' M ,Man- and no longer; and the sessions of the Gen 1 doz. Furnaces, such family ought to ,
E A Pretty months from the date of this notice, he will ask f oran nmgton Leon County! B. Beard P. M Miccosookie shall be and a every ALSO:
; J.' oral Assembly biennial commence on have, Sugar Oil Cans,
;;# Ilendr Made ClothinG.HAT. rder for a distribution. Leon County ; S F. Burney, Miecosookie ; the fourth Monday in November 111 each and every Sugr Dipprs. for StOVe.Simm&c.r., :bhd.Bacon Hams, 3 bbls No.2 Mackerel.

UMBRELLAS, B. F. DF BRD. Samuel. PulEt.m. Driiigi-it, Monticello; JoIt.S Hine, second> year, or at such other times a ma be prescribed Sheet Sales.making Stove Pipes, : I.. Side. 1S46.
Patent Cal Botl. Irwe and pccp cd, Attorney >r Petitioner. Quincy; Joshua Davics. of Gad-den. Count ; I). Baker by b\\ : ) Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of Buildings I Sh'lder. 2 bb..snp'r. fine Hour,
do. do. 10 leaf Lard Loaf
Calf BoOts, JIM 12.1S47.- 47 3m P. M., Chatalohie. and Wm. Pow'crs, Merchant Sec. 2: Le it fuithrr enacted. That the tbirdcause ,and put up at short notice either in the cityor 3 bbls.kegs and' Brown
and Hats I I
Fashionable : Lghor article the Constitution Sugar.
tale Tax Collector's Sale. Mari.un: of the fourth of country.
June 12, 15-17. 47
Mens' and Boys' Palm April 3, 1M7. 37 that the same_ read follows: 3d. That the invention for which
and Silk Umbrellas. Y virtue of tbe power vestid in me by law, I oo a ALSO a new draining Sugar "
Cotton Ginghams Hard Ware. B for sale, on the; fourth Monday in Land for Sale. Rrpresentatiies shall chosen on the frt Mondayin will drain it for market in two days and begs the DR. J.
"hall expose the mouth of October, in each and every second to call and examine. RESE'SLVER
before the door of the Court 1 at planters
Mill, cross-cut, hand key tenant and bills wood assortd Saw. I! I Koch's;uir'i't llluff Ile"t., in the county of Washington, State of I WILL sell my FARM on Lake Jackson, situated year front and after the first election under this a- 20 patent Well and Cistern single and double Ro & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.
Augers,files,chisels and brace, the following .cribed or bo much about nine miles north Tallahassee.. This farm intended Constitution, or on such otl.er day as may Pumps, well adapted to plantation use.
Knob 'lte. stock, pail, trunk, chest cupboard loiJ. the State and lrd" taxes due contains near one thousand acres, seven Iundrl- be directed bv law. March C. 1S47. 33 of feeble cOD.tituho. and tho of sedentary
hoi, and till Locks, a"orte the! as wi pay the lMfl 'Ahich i is ceared. and is now in a fine Sec. 3. Belt further mattcl. That the fifth clause hait5. een touble with habitualcostiveness
Pocket and taMe Knives!shoe butchef'do., on Ciy in year Viihley, purporting to vation, having 1een in follow for two jeirs. For of the aforesaid article btn as to read a very uaon1

CarvinZ Knives and Fori". aCf..Iing to the estate of /\. B.(Black well.Alio fertility of soil, 1:11: satisfied. it i is not surpassed by follow, viz: The Senators shall be chosen by the SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, influence upon 'geuer health,"
RaGermn belong '
ftouhand Ready -
RAZORS-Few left ofOld upland farm in the When it ularly manifested by irregularity,if not total oC
in Holmes any Souther country. qualified electors, for the term of four years, at the ?
.,400 acrel, lying Valey. purporting FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE appetite. In this condition of the this
Straps was it was bid. oil with circular horizontalrows cabie time in the same manner and in the same system, article -
zr silver table and tea, Drit.tnia table and to Ixlong to G. Sweet. ceare., not consequently ,and will for member OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN is confidently recommended with the assurance
ha wa>lld now place where they vote of the House olRepresentatives
'. v to the estate ,
> to belong
and iron table and tea Spoons, \1:1. l acres purportir much Corn Cotton IMPURE STATE OF BLOOD that if the dose is properly adjusted Mt to
tea, pioduce ai or as it did ; and no shall be a Senator TiE s a
M. White and St. Andrew's person
Mills, Brass preserve Kettles, (Joseph lung on Bay. ulu. OR HABIT OF move the too actively, relief > retied
and ma
coffee corn when first cleared. Two
Box. years past, an experiment unless he be a white m'm. a citizen of the TiE bwel b
Also 101 l acres, I lying on the head of St. Andrew's Unite
Log, fifth, trace, halter and doe Chain in Su a on twenty-five acres, which had Statesand!shall have been an inhabitant of TEM, : : upon any or even the heart unpleasant cos-
Wrought iron Grid-irons, Waffle and Wafer-irons, Collins.Bay,near lcConnick's. purporting to belong to- produced fourteen Cotton craps and two of Corn for two years next preceding hi, election and the Scrofula o King's Evil, Rheumatism Olstinat : sequence resulting from the use cf common p.r

Collins' No. 1 Axes Steel Traps.Ame' JOHN W. COOK, Sheriff and with the most indifferent preparationmade one last j ear a resident of the district or county for which Cutaneous Eruptions.limple o Pu-lu't on Ide tive medicines usually resorted to.

I Spades and Ion; and short-handle Shovels, and rx officio Tax Col. Washington Co. thousand pounds per acren. average crops of a he shall be chosen, and shall have atained the age Face Blotches, Riles, C/rolic Sore Eye, Ring Persons subject to Bilious Cholic laay rely on t1
Snaths, shrub Scythes, and reap Hooks, bale of Cotton to the acre has always been made of twenty-five years. Worm or Teller, Sea/elead.Enlargement and preventive properties of this medicine by using it lD
.. a'.:. -..j anlnitlv' Mechanic Tools, and -February-, --J, 1'- 31 Cm when the season suited the cultivation. I is well Sec. 4. Be it'fuithtr enacted, That the sixth clause Pain of th ald ,, Siu Ulcers, the first intimation of an approaching a I tick. Thereare
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[ ; many--t i in the Hard-ware line not Bar and Billiard Room. adapted to the culture of Indian Corn, its pox of the aforesaid article be so amended as to read as Syphilitic Symptoms, Sciatica or Lumbago and some constitutions liable to regular: attacks cf
mentioned. imity to the Like affords the finest range for stock ol follows,vi/: The classification of Senators, madeat Diseases arisinfruni an injuilicitus use of Mercury Billion Fever almost every, fall ; to such tbe use of

Willow and Wood Ware. MONTICELLO FLORIDA. all kind My terms are one-third of the purchase the first session ot the General Assembly a held in ,Ascites or Dropsy, Exposure or Imprudence this medicine is recommended, bginnin to 0 it

4 sizesTubs of all sizes. THE undersigned respectfully informs his friends: money to be paid on the first. of January next, and the year 1S43,:shall continue unchanged ; one bal in Life.Vso, Chronic Constitutional Disorders. by the middle of May or first of .

Curns. : ,Pails,Brass and iron-bound Buckets, ] the ;p'lhic that he has opened a BAR ANDflILLIARI the balance in four annual instalments from that date I ot whom, a nearly a possible, shall be chosen Tills preparation is a combination hitherto unknown Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience
) in Monticello, on the West side bearing an interest of C cent. hereafter for the a sense of fulnc3.eight and oppressionabout
- Keelers, Bread-trajs, Wo-Uleasures. per ever biennially term of four years: J_ in the history of Medicine, differing en-
Willow Chairs and CariaJ18. chi1ren, oC the public Situae. for their accommoation. and JOHN S. SHEPARD. Provided, however, and it is hereby declared, that tirely in its character and operations from the various the stomach eating wi find this medicine -

Work Baskets and dito solictl their patronage. Hit mLLAlD : is May 29, 1817.- 45 St the term of office of that class of Senators unexpi- preparations of Sarsapariliu which have beenat afford almost immediate .
covere the not appropatern, io excellent red at the first election under the amended Constitution different times offered to the public It acts specifically Ladies near their confinement often suffer from

p Groceries.Young order. His l.\R store the beat M'int, Liqucr PRINTS ONLY. ,shall extend to,and expire on, the first Monday upon the whole system thereby bringing it heartburn and costiveness: to uch this article i
Hyson,Imperial and PO'cbongTes.Ro and of CONKECT10NARY. highly recommended it can be used without tb
a hundred
Clar ; variety in October, eighteen and fifty. under its direct and immediate infuence. Although a
- t and Java Coflee, rom. will be opened at all hours, SPRING S'1'YLES-1847. Sec. 5. Be it further nated. That the first election possessed of powerful healing efecl. yet it is entirely least danger and with great benefit. In sick or nervous
and Water Cracker, and and strict attention to businessand headache it is invaluable.
day evening; by for Assemblymen, amended Constitution humlels. so that it injure the most del
Roe Herring in barrels, a desire to please he hopes to give general satisfaction shall take place on the first Monday in October icate constitution. When in perfect health, no effect This ariiele will b found to act a a plecsant cordial -
No. in i bbls.,brand, 1843 LEE & BREWSTER. and tonic, the appetite, and th*
him. restoring
to his customers. Call and see eighteen hundred and forty.eigh and the first Li produced by its use except an increase of appetite I
10 Ibbls. Fulton Market, No. I Beef S B. BARRINGTON. 44 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK. session of the General this amenddtd ; but when disease is seated in the frame, and same time fulfilling every intention that the common

.1 White Beans Rice,dried Apples and Peaches, Monticello, May I. 1'& .41 Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that they Constitution shall commence on the fourth Monday carrying fast its victim along the path of life, then purgatives are intende to effect. It purely tc&

Sines. 10 lbbl. soused Pigs-feet have received, and are now exhibiting at : in rovembr. in the year eighteen hundred and its mysterious influence is felt and seen; it enkindles etable and, according to the direction,
and Lemon Syrup Boot and Shoe Making. WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Printed TiE new life and vigor and health and strength \"i b found an invaluable article,especially to those

I Fperm Candles, Colgate Pearl and toilette Starch.ColFate f I M1E undersignedhaving purchased the coes, Passed Snatc. December 22, 1946.- to the suffering and di= bring amicte"ith Dyspepsia,Derangement o the Liver,

a. ,: pale Soap, brown Saps. enire: stock and matenalsof LUAKS 5 A MAYS, President of Senate .TRUTH is STRANGER THAN Ficnoic."-LET Debity.
assorted -
assorteil-Catsups. who is about leaving the State all mf H. ARCHER, Secretary of Senate. THE FACTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.-The follow Prepare J. Reese,Griffin, Pike county
. Olive Oil, loaf and crushed Sugar informs his friends and the Now Passed House of Representati'es. December 29?, ing certificate is only another link in the great chainof ;, for sale by appointment atE
Spriutf Styles,
&otch Snuff, several Factories, U BARNARD, Jr's.,
its merits. Let the afflicted read and
1S4C. to
; is at present at the old stand, where Of British French and American .Manufacture; -
.. ;- ;:,s Mnttard White and Spices Lead. Window assorted Glass, he to execute all work in his line with whicl, in ADDITION to their usual stock, render ROBERT DROWN Speaker Ho. of Reps. be convinced. What it has done once it will do DANIEL Drug Store Talae.
Putty, He has hand the finest their M. D. PArT Clerk House Reps. again.
Linseed and Oils, despatch. on assortment one of t the mot beautiful and attractive Monticello
Train ,
;i't Good chewing smoking and low price Tobaccoen, of calf fekms and all soils of materials, and willinakeat in tho city ; and havii pjtut been purchased Febiuary 27, IS 17. 32 CmSHERWOOD'S CHARLJ'TOWN. Mass., Sept. 23d, I84C.- Quincy .
ra short n .li e, and in the best GEN- This certify that son, now seventeenhas
&c. < manner may my
Lad TI.EMEN'S; ROOTS AND SHOE e\'et'descrip been for ten years afflicted with scrofulous
= tion. I Roots iotfd, repaired in Art offered by the piece or package on the same humor. At the age of seven years he had the measles Agent for Thomas county Georgia.
O:7:: Te inhabitants of the city and county, good etle l and at reasonable charges. He will war- ttnn, at and below manufacturers prices. MAGNETIC- REIEDE.GOLD PILLS AND which probably cau this humor to make its ap May22i$47. 44- t

I and tbo adjacent counties, are particularly re- rant his work to be equal to any d/n in tiP place Catalogues of prirt1(corrected daily,) are placedin MAGNETISED PLASTER.For pearance in a mOt singular way, covering hs body State of Florida.IN .
quobtcd to call and see for themselves-and, c cci- anti! to give i 8 good satisfaction as to fitting a any the handi of buyers. from his head to his feet with small I con-
.1 lug, we call the attention of the LADIE, whose ether workman. Purchasers will inform themselves of the state of Chronic Diseases of the Organs and Limbs.plHRONIC I I sulted a Doctor of Medicine, and he examined him CIANCERY.-IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

tute was never knc.wn to err. It will afford me great JOHN LERCII.M the market and be well repaid loran examination, DISEASES of the three days in succession, and not understanding his JEFFEON COUNTY.Hampden .

I pleasure to display before them the diversified and y 8. 1 .I. 4 t even if they d-j not purchase.. v>/ claw Hypertrophy may invariably case,ali d me to consult Dr.Rogers of New York S. Linton Complainant.vt .
% attractive FANCIES in Store. ._ L. &. B. have pfculur advantage!for executing order .t.). Ll dutinfui"het by the I a resident of that city. After a lon .

Immediate, and punctual attendance, trill leFaid for prints, which respectfully solicited. _______S i pain which proucl- pressure and critical examination, having more than Catharine. Eliza Smith John M. Smith and Richard

. to all O.de,sent me. LEg & UHHtt'STEU, ft on the spi- other medical l gentlemen with him at the same time H. Harrison, Dtfendanl.
. & F. BUR EY. 41 Cedar Street. \ii- _a rich nerves, in the intervertcbral he it Scrofula, or King's Evil. The TT appearing to the Court by : of com-

:: April 17, 1517. 30 ISErmsiL,please copy.Peters1 -: : 23, 154. U 4 spaces along each side of the pronounce was for,and taking X plainant that the defendant, Catharine Eliza
I January 27 I12S 1. spine,no matter what name may medical drugs from that time. commence grew wors until Smith i is a no-rs.dent: of the State kad resides in

Pills. t have been given to the malady bye : June of 1S37 and then his bones became affected in the State of South Carolina:
. Vegetable M. D. PAPY, physicians,nosologies or other consequence of the mercury that had been given him. I is therefore Ordered,That the said delendant do

Truth is mighty, and In this case has GREAT ARRIVAL :@ M ? : .'medical writers. The pain thus A piece of bone came away from his under-jaw in appear and answer tbe comp) nUt'.bill on or before
l.W produced will be more or less the first the third Monday in July next otherwise be stma
Prevailed place large an English walnut piece
: : 30 Rushcls Boxes of Practice in all the Cout C a a will be taken for and the thereofdecreed
or 25,000 WILL severe,according to the intensity from his forehead large a sixpence, and a piece cnfe. mater
t! have from the been a favorite Office on the first floor ofthe Cap. a a
of the disease its active it is further .
PEER tnt or or from near the crown of his head. It then went to
Dr. Gordon's Pills itol
'I. in the Suth. but In the their North consumption the- Family Secretary, South oC wing the room formerly occupied by the .:= _ : passive state at the tia. Pressure the back and side and discharged in three places. That a copy of this order be published in some ol
to ___
i it confined letion. vast and increasing demand for this new and Territory.. .* i =- z on the galon.next above From thence to one of his separating in consequence the public newspapers printed in the State once a
East, and the West, a* well beyond the Potomac: THE November 15, IS >. 17 lmbs.
a week for four months
-. India and the West Indies celebrated medicne. and the numerous I the first cervical vertebra, indicate annexed of the muscles and cord consecutively.
in Europe, South Ameria. The demand cures they are daily all portions of the JOHN IILSKINE I (engraving by No. I. determine disease of from the bones of the ankle joint on the back part.- THOMA BALTZELL, Judge.

- they are appreiat.e. of medicine country where they have been introduced, of Dyspepsia the Head and Brain, Throat, Eyes or Ears ; on the He had at one time fifteen running sores or issues A true copy Tete.
. I (or them has DO ptrallel their in advocates Liver Complint. and Bill join Diseases, ATTORNEY .AT LAW space No. 2, that of the Muscles, Joints or Limbs ; from the glansof the throat end those places I have C. G. FIFE Clerk.

and it may be said of !" with their well kn\vn atendant.Sick Heaache. Clulncy, Florida. on the space No. 3, that of the Lnn.; on the space mentioned. In 1840, I lived in Portsmouth, N. H., Monticello, Fa., March 1C,[20] 1847. S3 4m
a The cry they come & induced the attend (the No. 4, that oi the Stomach on No. 5, that -
stomach the abdominal vii- .c..has undersigned to arrangements WILL Justices' Courts ofGadsden ; space and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever which
In all disease of the their alternative to receive his stock direct from the pioprietor the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, of the Liver and at the letter A,that of the Spleen ; settled in one of his hips which swelled as large Deaf and Dumb Asylum

: cere, the liver,or tbe system generally,the constituent and would say to their numerous customers,that they and the Court in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. on the space No. G, that of the Small Intestines; on three of tbe other. Being under Medical treatment a OF KENTUCKY.
I and tonic prowrhe.acting upon to them wholesale and retail at 22. b 15. the No.7. that of the Kidneys on the
will imme- are pr.pare supply ig tf space ; space they gave him laudanum until he lost his reason.
properties of the blood, produce an prices. &:>- Sentinel copy. No. 8, that of the Uterus; and on the space 'J, I became and sent for a Thomsonian. <. 7nHE. subscriber the resident agent of the said
fliate chance, and eventually perform a radical cure. rew THOMAS M. TURNER. Savannah.A that oC theTestes, &c. ro. Ten alame. hip and resored his reason. 11 Institution offers for salem tracts, and upon

.f TESTIMONIALS. large stock of these excellent Pills just received, NATHANIEL IIAMMN U is no matter whether tenderness be found in one The third time he was this fever in terns to suit pur chaser i,about}ou Thousand Acre
letlir from Dr. Waines Philadelphia atackedilh
: tr.c of a 4 and for sale, at 25 cents per box,with full direction, or more places,or whether one or more of the organs when of and of LAND situated in the cobnty of Jackon. in tbe
February, 1540: "Your Pills are the Factor and Commmion Merchant IS-2. hearing Sans' Sraparia. State of Florida. Also, the to
in by LEWIS&AMES MILES NASH and EDWARD or limbs be diseased, a the curative cessunder the being perfectly satisfied that had Eight ueltt. a
mildest in their operations and yet mot powerful BARNARD Tallahassee, Fa., and on enquiry will NEWORLEANS.Col. use of these remedies, proceeds in one and all of the failed of a cure, I sent and procured six betties limited extent.
, their effects of any that I hae ever met with in a in and in the South diseased and limbs at the time. To determine effecting The above lands were selected at early date,by
q I' and (twenty Their action onI be found all the towns villages WM. BAILKY, Jefferson Co. ) organs same and time he had taken it aU I consideredhim a
practice of and eight hence on the )'ear. of the blood, and West. J i. KIRICKEY, Esq.: Tallahassee. > nIFEJDCE.. the necessity of these remedies, it is only well.)Those places healed-be became bright an experienced judge and are believed to be amongst
the chyle impurities the finest in the
8,1947. 42 Cm D. to detect the tenderness of the in county.
May JJ'DP. Esq., Newport. ) necessary ganglia and lively-color came to his face and lips-from
. is evidently Yrywriing. Henry Hall, of Quebec Fcbiuary 6, IS I'. 20 any ofthe intervertcbral spaces on cither side! of the that time till the Fall of 1844 his complaints never C. H. DUPONT,
Extract of frm D. tr D.A. J .
D. These rcmt'ie invariably cure every case At that time he became deaf which Agent of of >
r March 1841 For billious fevers, tlle. him .
f L. C. 6. trouble June
first of the disease and Quincy 1547. 47 ly
sick headache, for pidity of the bowels, and en- N. M. MARTIN, stages a great majoriyof continue until last March when his right eye be

. .' ariement of the spleen. Dr. Peters' Pil arc an excellent Commiision and Forwarding. Mtrthant! and t those white in the last,including tubercula consumption frequently afete; from that to the left eye,covering the Sheriffs Sale.
. swelings. Incipient consumption sight eye so that he was in a great measure
: For ete.-. *. AMES, MILES NASH 101 Podras street ddeted these s)inptoms, even before the deprived of sight. BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias. Issued from
!- 1'. BARNARD. NEW-ORLEANS. LA.. cough commences. There is no other remedy for Knowing that Sands' Sarsaparilla was the only the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for theCounty

; : EDWARD 1347. 42 6m Buvnm. SELLING. RECEIVING AND FOf- tbe dilae.is well know to every phj sician. The medicine that had ever done him any I appliedto of Le n, Middle Circuit of Florida,wherein

! ; 4 .M11 S, THE IUCe of these Pills in curing in a few ARDIrG, attended to with promptness. remedies arc perfectly safe for persons of all ages and Mr. Fowle Apothecary at Boston go. He Henry Ihraan, Executor Theophilus H)maD's e
f where all othe remedies have failed and REFER TO condition and require no change of diet except that has taken fifteen dolar worth which has ate[ is plaintiff and Wesley Manning Administrator
. CABINEMAKING. that, too, in cases of twelve and eighteen months JNO. W. ARGYLE LATHAM k BARRY, of a greater supply of food. For sale by the humor from eyes and hearing and remove of Henry J. Gukius, is defentant.I! have levied

' standing-warrants the assertion, that if taken ac- A. BEBTWICK, S. S. SIBLEY. MILES NASH i appears to be cured aid radically so. I verily believe upon and will expose for sale before the CourtHouse
; DAMON & LYNCH. cording to the directions, they are a certain cure.- December 5, 1 S./1/ 20 At the Post Office,Tallahassee, Fa. all this latter trouble might have been avoidedif dorIT in the city of Tallahassee, on the first

u. boujht the entire stock and interest of A long list of certificates in proof of their infallibility 21ay 8. IS I?. 42 Cm I had continued thorougly the use of the Sarsaparilla Monday in August next, within legal hours, tbcfoliowing -

:tl RAVING Wi nker in the Cabinet Shop. ..re"il might be added, but those upon the directionsare flad Sea Island Cotton when he was under its influence the first time. described propertyto wit :
:i to do all kind of work ;in that line and deemed nuflicient. Try them and be convincedthat ] Gis.WTIEsubscribers These are the simple statements of the facts of the E i, S E 4, Sec 13, Township 2, Range 2. N k E,

prepared the heretofore given to the shop will they are the most effectual and certain and the DFALCRlIXDRUGS. beg leave to in- case, and I feel i my duty to make (those. facts knownto NE4.NE4, 21, 2, 2.N&E,

, be hope continued.patronage Their expel ience in the business very ot remedy ever offered to the public- to insurea MEJJCINES. PAINTS. OIL. of long-staple the publc. fo the benefit of those who may b SJ.NE4, 24, 2, 2.N&E;

warrantithein i in saying they can give satisfaction. permanent and lasting cure. Toilet Article, Perfniacrjr, 4c, Window still engaged in manner: feeling a full conviction NNW4, 24, 2, 2.N&E,
>. : They execute their wOk well, and are willing to dispose BRAGG' STORE. LwdC Co.. Ala.,) PAINTERS' Gus latest improved cure has been effected solely from the effect of this WJ.SW4, 18, S. 2, 3.N4.E,
: : of it on other work. 1S45.- 5 BRUSHES AND COLORS, ROLLER HORSE GNS. Having sold a great many invaluable medicine. NW4,- 19, 'S 2, 3.NAE,
'" men in the State.March I renal. term any Dr. G. A*. 7lt-Dea Sir:-This may certify .Apothecaries Glass Ware &c. of these Gins in ,South Carolina and Florida, HANNAH W. BECK, 223 Main st. NW4.SW4," 19, 2, 3.N&E,

:; : .J.I 20. 1847. 35 that, after atioll for the cure of TiE above constantly on hand,and for sale at the they can refer to those who have purchased them Sufolk. M. ButD. October 13, IS 16. Then I containing-OGO acres,more or less.
. .' Chills and Fever and expending some forty-five dollars market prices. and who are willing to establish the reputation of the above named Hannah W. ferI Levied upon as the property of saId defendant,and

in physicians bills, without any benefit, I pro the same Gins for ginning out more Cotton and and made solemn oath that the above certifcate. by to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias.A. .

Middle Circuit. cured a box of Dr. Tyler's Fever and Age Pills, at We have received by late arrivals large additional cleaner than any other Gin in use. her lubscibe. and statement contane A. FISHER, Sheriff-

.1.t 'gt IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. one dola which cured me effectually I had supplies of Drugs,.Afedicsnrs and Chctmc,,which 4gesasVi LLAWROA &. ACOSTA Centresvie. arc me, June 10. 1S47. 48

: Nathaniel Pearce, ) this distressing and unpleasant com together with most of tbe popular patent remedies. Ga.; GEORUE L. BRowN, E JAMES RICE. Justice ofthe Peace. -
; .: "'. Attachment for plaint for twelve months. I have known them used render ou assortment the largest and mot varied i in Single Gins, $45; do. with all late improvements For further particulars and conclusive evidence of New Books,. &c.

:. Eugene Ablon and Robert R. $009 50. in thirty ..nJ Dt a .;ingU Uo, ha foiled. I believe the State. All of which we offer at the lowest cash $55. Double Gins $73; do. with all late improvements its superior value and efccy. sec pamphlet, which TUST received per IicigDetroit'OmooaNamtiTe

} BydlateMerchantstrading Aumpit.under them to be tbe very best and most safe and certain pi ices. $85. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had atmoerte may b obtained of Agent. I J of Adventures in the South Seas,ty Herman Mel-

i: : I. the name and style of I Damages # ,000.E. cure for ague and ''l'r t that can be used,and unequalled July 25,184G. 1 LEWIS &ANES rates. Orders for Gins and repairing Gins Prepare and B. &. D. SANDS, Drug ,vile; Webster's Domestic Economy and Houseieepng. -

t Ablon & Co., as a tonic restorative in all debilitated conditions pl.a direct to VANCE & BURNS gi.t. street, corner of William,N. Y. j jSld Cinq Mar, by Alfred De Vigny,

t- and all other* ibterete a here- of the system. E. MYERS. 300 Pieces Calico. May 22, 1847. 44' tf St. Mary's, Ga. also by LEWIS&AME.Tanaha,,eeSJITI Castle of Ehrenstein, by James,
THE deeODt the Price gl l per box, with full directions. For ale, & Arthur Martin,by Charles Burdett
, intitution lit OPRING and Summer Pints. choice patterns' ,jut CATLN. Penscol J' Muk. ,
: by atahment. and are required to appear and pleadto at Tallahassee Fit. by LEWIS t AME. MILE O received and for'ele W. M'Kinney Russell, Dit. generaly throughout the Alice Gordon, by Joseph Alden,

'. delarion filed in this case, within the time NASH EDWARD BARNARD and H. GREENBERG CO. ARTIST States. Anthon'a Cesar,Anthon's Sail cut,
k".l b1law. b found f all the town and villages South and 3. IS47 L& 31CJARLE8 & Price, $1 per btle Six bottles for $3. Wilberforce's Manual for Communicants,.
i. preri BERTHELOT fc Wet. .pri HAVING taken Room at I Banner I louse."Mon- fjc>- The publc ae respectfully reuete to remember Macaolay's Miscellanies,Alison's Essays,
Attorney May 8, 1847. 42 Cm na.,very respectfully tenders his er- Sands' been Wilson's *4

'T. Ma29> IS 17. 43 3Jm Planti1 ARCHER vices to those who desire faithul.nd accurate Likenesses and is constantly L achieving such remarkable cures_of Heman's Poems, Pocket Mapi'of TJ. S.fc Georgts

K Groceries. STANDS at Tafaba e.and the planta of themselves or( ,," wi be trans- the mOt difficult cl of da to which the human Blue Figuered Window Paper,35 inches wid*, .

: .? .i iTISTAR'S BALSAM OK WILD CHERRY for 1 FIlL L Assortment jus received and for sale by I Michel m Thomas mite to posterity indelible the put. frame is. for Sandi Sana- New Patterns of House Paper, and Borders fcr do.
.4 gale by LEWIS &AMES. A L. t GREENBERG "'CO. ,countyGeorgis, and 915. .are warranted to-please. Price 830 p.ria.and take no other. For sale by p, A. HAYWARB- -

I Febrija.q20I817, 31 I Apail 3, 1547. .. 37 p'? ';** February. 20, 1b17.-. ," 31.;, Monticello, March 7, IS-17. 3fl 12, 18t6. 20 1} Jane 12. 1547. 47 .

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