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: August 14, 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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- And Washing frop ber dreamless rest DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA SIItDAY AUGUST VOL influence on-eer parent and every teacher
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Seems hallowed tfusic breathing round. I-hare no way >of showing my grattitude-unless AN EPISODE IN TIlE LIFE OF OLE BULL. m rb to the vast ness of that tumult which THE- BOWIE-KNIFE.- am training and educating these young minds
Tbo night winds {lo their mountain cans, you will take the Bible youtrill find id my BY U. C. ATOEBSOX. had surrounded him Nations are absent ; This I far-famfed and,terrible weapon, per. or an in a uis.ne furore world of.happioess. -' ...' .i '&. or

The morning mists to heaven's blue steep trunk. It's a small offering, I know, but it's Behind the Alps is the world of adventure ; their tffrbng has retired. The bird of the tropics haps the most deadly 'instrument imaginable wretchcnea seem to have }

And to their oceaij depths the waves all I hare.' and such an one as only happens to genius took harnessed to the car of the sun, as Bufibn in the conflict of" man to man and steel to prns sacredness which proper attaches appro-to_ .

Are! gone,their-holy rest to keep. I burst into tears ; he resumed, place in Bologna; in 1834. magnificently expresses it, speeding his flight steel," was invented by Stephen not James the instruction of youth.- Hence of the

Tis tranquil all-aro\lnd-above- 6 Doctor I am dying, aint I ?' said the little The poor Norman, Ole Bull, who at that downwards from the planet of light, rests alone, Bowie as is frequently stated. He considered and ofthe errors of many teachers

Tbe forest far which bound the icenc fellow for my sight grows dim. God bless time no one knew, had wandered thus far t>utb for a moment over the ashes, the weight of apparently ithjustice, too, tbat in close neglect many othe ;

Are peaceful a* their Maker's love. !Mr. Danforth.' ward. In his fatherland some persons cerain- which has shaken the equilibrium ofthe globe. fighting, a much shorter weapon than the 'and consequenty.ofpupils4 many 'mishaps

Like hills of everlasting green <*< Can I do nothing for you, Dick,' said It 1 ly thought there was something in him ;-but : Buonaparte crossed the ocean, to repair to sword ordinarily now in use, but still heavy catastrophes have, I an Jef tail Ion, "I

Ana clouds like earthly barriers stand, *you saved my life. I would coin my blood to the most part, as is generally the case, predicted his final exile, regardless' of that beautiful sky enough to give it sufficient force and, at the a little boy, ei wi or sppot.nine of your it

As bulwarks of name:: viewless land. buy yours.' that there would be nothing in Ole! Hill. which delighted Columbus Vasco de Gama same time, contrite to cut and thrust, would! be a most period ot'life year and age. f
interesting the charge
Each tree that lift,* it* arm in air. 'I have nothing to ask-I dont want to live He himself felt that he must go out into 'be and Camoens. Stretched upon the ship'sstern far preferable, and more advantageous to the is one of tbo most momentous nature. I can

Or bangs its pensive head from high. -only, if it's possible let me be buried by world in order to cherish the spark into a fiarte perceived not that unknown constel. wearer. lie accordingly devised the short conceive of few employments more delig tfui

Seems bending at its irorning prayer my mother you'll find the name: of the place, or else to quench it entirely. Every thing[ lations were sparkling over his head. His sword, or knife, which has gone under his than the training of such a child, and there i is
the first time encounteredtheir
powerful glance, for name. It is made of various sizes but the
Or whispering with the hours gene by and all about it in my truok.nythingev"rything first seemed as ifthe latter would be the cas ; certainly none which is more responsible.-
This holy morning. Loid is thine ; \ my poor lad,' 1 He had arrived at Bologna, but his money was rays. What to him were stars which he best I may say,is about the length of a carving Every touch you give makes its mark as tbo
from his bivouacs
had and which knife
never seen -case perfectly straight in the first instance .
answered, chokingly.The expended, and there was no place where there of You
Let silence sanctity the praise fingers on a mass can
)little fellow smiled fliintlJ-it was likean had never shown over his empire ? NeverthcVss but greatly rounded at the end on the ductlea.
Let heaven and earth in love combine. was a prospect obtaining any-no friend scarcely say or do, or anything without
smile but he did not not one of t them has failed to fulfil its des- edge side ; the upper edge at the end! for the
angel's nnswer.- no stretched forth a helping hand .
contributing in
countryman other
And sjars thcir music raise : some or to a
morning way for
half of the
its of
For 'tis the day joy dead- His eyes were fixed on the stars flickering in towards him-he sat nlone in a poor attic in thy ; one spread light length abut two inches, is ground into the the charter of Tour ntinilIf finds an ..

When death and sell are ye captive led that patch of blue over had. one of the small streets. It was already the ov'iJumine r his cradle his[ tomb.; the other Chateaubriand.half: was rescued I smal segment ofa circle and rendered sharp ; ample for good or-for-evil i I In-;; a. '

...:-- His mind wandered. second day that he had been here, and had to -[ I I leaving an apparent curve of the knife, bout you bi.- J-

tJ.] D C 1}: I.i! L. \ E 0> (lD *It's a long-long way up there-but there scarcely tasted food ; the water.jug and the' Easy Modt Fattening a Horse a Short I although than in tho reality line the of the upturned back. point The is not Let me direct attention to a single particular :
higher back
j are bright angels among them. Mother usedto violin were the only two things that cherishedthe Tine.We publish lhofollowing! valuable! IT. invhfcn" we are all apt to go ;"-I e
Froml1e .National in!cliiencer. say that I would meet her there. How suffering artist. He began to doubt if he cipe, forfattening of horses, from Mr. WillisJ. itself gradually increased in weight of metal mean the temper which we ; ".rng

THE ORPHAN; BOY. near they come, and I see sweet I faces smilling were in the possession of that gift with which Powell's! work entitled Tachyhippoda- as it approaches the hilt, on which a small company of our pupils. Almost every child

e He faded,jet 40 calm and meek on mo from among them. Hark is that music God had endowed him, and in his despondency mia," wiich we would recommend to the far. guard is placed. The Bowieknife, therefore, has some trait which tries the temper of the I f

So gently W3.0. BO sweetly wcak! ?' and, lifting his finger, he seemed listen breathed into the violin those' tones which mers of his neighborhood :- has a cuned, keen point ; is double-edged for teacher. He is stubborn or forgetful, idle or i !

The bustle of the fight was over : the prisoners ing for a moment. He fell back, and the oJ! tell us how deeply he has suffered and felt. The hat day you take a lean horse, and the space of a couple of inches of its length, hasty ; these are great faults, but that of the i.(

had been secured, and the decks wash. veteran- hurst into tears. The child was dead. The same eveninir a concert was to be Driven wish to put him in a situation as fluid as .pUll. and when in use falls with the weight of a teacher who loses his temper, is greater. ;i-I i

ed down : the watch piped, and the schoonerhad Did he i d dhear angeU's voices God in the principal theatre. The house was sible, to be able to perform a journey or any bill hook. Patience is a virtue' which is especially demanded .

once more relapsed into midnight quiet grant it.Lafe. filled to overflowing ; the Grand Duke of Tu". other fat'gue : give him, in the morning, twelve The original Bottle Knie was fashioned in the work of instruction ; but for this .

and repose. I sought my hammock and soon -- -------- cany was in the royal box ; Madame\ :Mali\ ears of torn, (Kentucky i is the beat!,) soaked from a blacksmith's down to a reason, above othem, that impatience on -
fell asleep. But my slumbers were disturbedby Hours.-One of the tendencies of the bran and Monsieur de Beriot were to lend twenty-fiur hours in clean wafer. Scatter point, and one side sharpened to an edge ; a the teacher's part disturbs, al a high degree : :
wild dreams which, like the visions of a is evidently a perversion of the order of buckhorn on one end of it formed its handle. 1 .
age their able assistance in the performance: of several half spoonful of fine salt over it ; then let process of communicating moral truth.-
fever, agitated and unnerved me ; the late nature-late hours. In the days of Edward: pieces. The concert was to commence,but him cat lay or fodder for one Lour. At noon, Any one who is familiar with smith's rasp can If the teacher grow warm, especially if he
strife; the hardships of early life, and a the Fourth, the stately dames of his court- readily comprehend the formidable character i '
my matters looked inauspicious-M. de Beriot had :give bin eight ears more and a little fodder. i use reproachful/ words, the child will suffer
thousand other tbings mingled together as fig. nervousness was almost unknown thena.rose taken umbrage and refused to play. All was Let 'him stand till live o'clock, if the weatheris (weapon thus formed. I was designed in pain} some children will suffer great pain.

ures !in a phantasruagora. Suddenly a hand with the lark, dined at eleven, and were trouble! and confusion on the btage-when in I warm and then bathe him : feed him as in the first instance simply for bunting knife. Ifthis be often repeated, an association will

was laid on my shoulder and starting up, I wrapt in refreshing slumber at eight. The this dilemma, the wife Rossini the composer the boning, and give him bay, grass or fod. On the morning of the day when the cele. b formed in ,he mind of the child, which J

beheld the surgeons mate. Northumberland HOUMJ Book, for 1512, in. entered, and in the midst of the manager'sdistress der, not quite so much as be would cut. The brated duel-commonly known as the Mas.sacre" may render the particular topic instruction -2f .

'Little Dick sir, dying,' he said. forms us that the family rose aj six, breakfast.ed related that on the previous evening, second day, }bleed bim by one or two slight -took place at Concordia, Louisiana hateful for life. I could mention if it were rf

At once I sprang from my hammock.- at seven, dined at ten, and supped at four as she was passing through one of the narrow incisions in the mouth, and give him sixteen Natchez, James Bowie went out as one of the proper very striking instance of this. When ;J
Little Dick was a sort of protege of mine. in the afternoon This was crowding the seconds, although in its progress all became the child is scolded boxed
streets ; she had suddenly stopped on bearing earn of corn in the morning, and what :crass: or or laughed at, !
He was a pale, delicate child, said to be I meals rather more rapidly than the laws of the strange tone of an Instrument which certainly or fodder he will eat in half art hour, and no principals. Stephen had brought the knife to a scar is sometimes left in his tnemprv and ;

an orphan and used to gentle nuifUre ; and perfect health require Jet better far than turning resembled those of a violin! but yet seemed more than four ears of corn at noon. Feed his brother James telling him he had better to my mind, tnat is a very serious thing..We Jt

from the first hour he joined the schooner, my night intoday. In 1750, the Unit eisity of to be different. She had asked tIle land. him in the evening as in the morning, after! have it with him as a weapon, and fortunate it are dealing with a materia more precious .!

heart yearned towards him, for I too once had Oxford used to dine at eleven and sup at five. lord of the hou.e who it was tlat: I lived in the hating bathed him as before, and augment the was for James that he took it, for when downand than the diamond more lasting than the 8 .
been friendless and alone in the world. He The all bhut at nine furtberingN' at his last gasp, he saved his life by killing sun. We tablet which "
gates were and.no attic whence the sound proceeded, and he had quantity of fodder. If the weather is cool, are forming a on ;
bad often talked to me in confidence, of his s or egress permited.The replied that it was a young man from the curry him and rub him well, instead of bathing. his opponent with it. This was its first employment may be one day impressed the image of the

mother wkose memory he regarded with bo. dinner hour, has been gradually verging north Europe, and that the instrument he Third day. give him as much corn as he will in taking human life, and this savage glorious Go.Ve are handling that whichis 1

I ly reverence, while to the other boys of the towards the next day, until now the fash. plajed on was certainly a lyre, but she felt assured oat, and fodder at discretion all nipht.: Feed rencontre gained it at once a terrible celeb a yielding as ca.V f

ship he had little to say; for they were rude ionable world considers it excessively vulgarto that it could not be so ; it must be either bim as above, at seven or eight o'clock in the rity. and yet more mighty, when trained, 't
and coarse ; be delicate and sensitive. Often sit down to dinner much )before six o'clock, new sort instrument artist who and him fodder and James Bowie went to Texas during the trou. engines of power. We are conversing with .t
or an morning, give no hay 01 ,
when bio fur his he while extend the dinner hour to LIes which the independence of that those whose do behold the face .
they jeered
? melancholy, parties any knew how to treat his instrument in an unusual nothing at noon : continue in this manner, observing precede angels always *
would go apart by himself and weep. lIe time before midnight-in fact often later : and manner. At the came time the said I that! to scatter a little salt upon his corn country was lying sick in bed at the for. ofGo. Let us treat theta with sacred awe. j

never complained of his lot, though his com nothing is more common than public breakfasts they ought to send for him, and be might per. every ;third day. It will be necessary: after tress of the Alamo when on the Gih of March, no word or tone betray anything sinful for $

pinions imposed on him continually.!) Poor at five, six and seven in the e\ening. haps supply the place of M. de Beriot b) playing the third or fourth day, to rido him a mile or 1836, it was stormed by Santa Anna and ta. them to imitate. Remembr the words ot. *
lad his heart was in the grate with his One of(he best sarcasms ever passed on this the that otherwise be deficient twice A horse in this ken. Dowie was murdered here upon his pil the Roman : R magna debtu
pieces mu& two a day.
'lost of late ,\' low. Tbe band tbat wielded first the Bowie.kniFe is due the pGreat :
parents. folly hours was pionounced by r. in the e\ening't en'ertainment. manner, will be fatter at the end of ten or reverence to young.
I took strange interest in bim and bad light- Pitt. Being invited to dine with a lady of I This advice acted and twelve than fed in tbe could no longer lift it. the higher words of Christ : .Take
: was upon a mCiSen.ger days, one common way I
ened his task as much as possible. Duringthe faslioii at ten o'clock, be stated, by way of apology was despatched to the street \\lcre! Oe! will be in a month. A horse upon a journey, I have the above statement from a gentle heed lest ye offend (or cause to stumble) one

late fight I had owed my life to him for that he was very sorry be could not Bull sat in his attic. To him it vas a messenger from September April, requires no feeding, man cognizant of its principal facts. Cin. of these little ones." t rt.memLer :

be rushed in just at a sabre stroke was leveledat accept her lady ship's imitation to dine at ten from heaven. Now or never !l' thought from the timu you start in the morning till you Commercial. I am persuaded that much of our instruct .4
me, and by interposing bill feeble! cutlass as be was engaged to with Mr. Prettyman ion for nothing, for want oftemper.
sup he-and, though ill and exhausted, he took stop at night. lie will stand tbe journey butter How to in Bu.riness.-In the first goes just j
had averted the deadly blow In the hurry ''a.t nine. prosper The motto of the teacher should be, LOVE: Ii ;
his violin under his arm, and accompanied themessenr and lose less flesh. I have travelled thou. place, make mind to whatever .
--un since !had in. up your accomplish
quite IOrgouen to will communicate I
A teacher
to the-theatre. Two minutes after eamH of mile in the Mexican States and have row'EK. loving
quire if h. -M, hurt &I..sl., -* tho time, I in. Abcel Use of Egg-In some pa.rtsforf'umple his arrival, the minager informed the audience always found it to be the case with the excep. you undertake and, decide upon come in rl trfc. *. nauoh as another. And this gentle J f.
wardly resolved to exert all my little luO-.uc.e i in the province orjaula-hens' eggs employment, persevere .
Al is with ofau. .
that a Norwegian- tion of those hot countries bordering the Pa. ness compatible a high measure
to procure him a midshipman's warrant in re. are circulated as small coins,forty-eight or fifty young consequent on difficulties are overcome by diligence and as
ly a young savage'-would give a specimenof cific Otean, where I fed a little at noon- thority. There are some who never rebuke .r If
quital for his sen-ice. It was with a of being counted for a dollar. In the marketplaces siduity.Be .
pang and in the the Indians make his skill oti the violin, instead of M. dc Ber started a little early, and rode late, on account not afraid to work with hands a child, even for a slight breach of decorum,
reproachful agony therefore, that I leaped to shops, most your own t
but ;Jn the of bitter and
my feet. of their purchases with (his brittle sort of mon iot. ofthe heat, which is equally great at all sea and diligently, too. A cat in gloves: catches language sneer sar 1.i
Ole Bull appeared the theatre brilliantly of(be A horse fed I have direc. casm. This is like burning the tendrils with ,
sons as
My God,' I exclaimed, <'< don't mean ey ; one will give two or three eggs for bran. ; was year. no mice. lie who remains in tho mill 1
it tl 1 lie is not dying !' jou dy, another for indigo, and the third for cigars. illuminated ; he perceived the scrutin. ted for fifteen days. may then eat his corn with. grinds, not he who goes and comes." a red hot iron. It is an unlovely weapon with ;
ising look ofthe ladies nearest him. One of out being soaked and, though these directions any age ; but when applied to shrinking sen. <
'I fear sir,' said tbe shaking These eggs are packed in )boxes by the shop. ; Attend to Jour own business, and nc'ert"lt
messenger sitive it is barbarous and cruel
his head sadly, .' eral thousand loads ofejr<;s arc annually for. opera glass, smilingly whispered to her neighbor and for horses taken from the prairies, still, many i is ill stirred and worse boiled." To cbid angf during his lelsons."f
with a mocking mein, about the artist. the directions will hold good in all countriesand is to give him scalding hot. Let the t
4 And 1 hare been tying idle bere !' I ex. warded to the capital.-Tsclwdi's Travels in Be frugal. That which will not make a fo ,
claimed with remorse. Lead me to bim !' Peru. He looked at his clothes, and in the strong all climates : allowing something however pot. will make a pot lid." *' Save the pence, operations be repeated a number of times It

lie is delirious, but in the intervals of lunacy blaze of light they appeared rather the worse for th. different length of days in different and the pounds will take care themselves." and he will contract a dislike for the teacher :
he asked for POPULATION OF; THE: GRAVE. for wear. The lady made her remarks about seasons and climates. When on a journey, Be abstemious. Who dainties love shall and his teachings. Every unkind feeling thus t
sir and as the ,
stood you man From extensive calculations, it seems the them, and her smile pierced his very heart. let a bora drink as often as he wishes..4.IlCca.eof beggars engendered in bis little bosom, will go a certain ,
spoke the bedsiJe!
we bjf : of the d\iu-r prove.
average of human births per second, since the lIe had taken no notes which he could" Rise early. The sleeping fox catches nopoultry length towards fixing an evil babit upon a
; Bradford
boy.The sufferer did not lie in bis usual hammock birth of Christ to this time, is about 815 ; give the orchestra ; he was consequent!} o. fir some years lI'cley.-Jost'pL the travelling companion was of !1" .Plow deep, while sluggardssleep him. its From bent.sucbcat.ses And 0 human how much characterre.ceives holier .
(or it was bung in the which gives about 32,000 millions : and bilged to play without accompaniment I and will have corn to sell and
mid t of the Mr. Wesl-y, for whom he would have: sacrificed you ,
would around in ; .
after the what should he play ? I race grow up us, al our ;
and the deducting present supposed population If "
crew, close air around it was too sti. health and life ; but lowborn his will with little bear that ,
fling ; but he had;,been carried under the open of lLo world, ((060,000,000,) leaves the 'I will give them the fantasies' winch at would uctcr bend except in meekness. Treat c"er one with respect and civility. .dealing love of ones, we hearts should 1

hatchway aucj laid it there iu a !little space number of thirty.one thousand and forty- millions this moment cross my mind and he played Joseph, said Mr. Wesley one day, take Every thing is gained, and nothing lost by erative in our earliest and slightest b op. ; .
even our
that have down the improvisatorial remembrances of his O\\-n\ life "
of about 4 feet From the gone .to gra'egh' Good ensure success.
tfluare. sound of I these lettfrs to the post. courtesy. manne.r
the ripples, I judged the schooner was in rno. ing death and the grave the victory bxcr the -melodies from the mountains of his hOI1lt'- B. I will take them after preaching, sir.iv Never anticipate wealth from any other teaching _ ::4.

tion, while the clear) calm blue sky seen living to the number of thirty thousand and his struggle; with the world, and) the trotiltles! Take them now, Joseph.B. source than labor ; especially never place dependence Case of Somnambulism.-Altogether the :

through! the opening overhead, and dotted withmria.d. eighty millions. Of this number in the grave, ofbis mind. It was as i if every thought, every I I wish to bear lOU preach, sir. and upon becoming the possessor of an most interesting case somnambulism on re. .t

of stars, betokened that the fog had about feeling) passed through the violin and retral- there will bo sufficient time for the after inheritance. "le who waits for dead men's :
post cord, is that of a ecclesiastic, the narra.
ed itselfto the audience. The young
broken 9,000,000,000 died Lrar, most astounding shoes and to time bare.
away. HJOW calm it smiled down on service. trviy go a long tive of which, from the immediate communi. r
the warm face oft the 7,920,000,000 by Famine and Pcktilencc, acclamations resounded through the house.- foot." He who after shadow has
dying boy. Occasionallya W. I insist going now runs a awearisome is '
Joseph. of Bordeaux
upon your cation an Archbishop given 7
Ole Bull called forth
500,000,000 by Martyrdom was again and "
of again
light current wind-oh how ; t will race.
deliciously B. not go at present. under tho head of" In-the ,l. '
cool in that pent up bold-eddied down the 580,000,000 by intoxicating drink, : they still desired a new piece-a new- impro W. :You won't ? Above all things, never despair. God is French Encyclopedia.Somnambulsm" :
hatchway and lifted the dark chesnut locks of 13000000.000: natural or otherwise. visation. lie then addressed himself to that B. Ko, sir.IV. where he was." Heaven helps those who tic, when the was at the same sem. .,?
Thus it will be seen that war and lady whose mocking smile had met hint hisappl'arance Arhbisho
the sufferer with his bead strong on help themselves.
as reposing in the Then and'I must used to and write
night, out
jou part.B. mary
drink have sent nearly one-third of the human and asked her for a theme these and noth. ria every r i
lap of an old veteran, he lay in an unquiet toa- Very good, sir. Follow implicitly precepts, either sermons or pieces music. To it
->l1mhAl'_ his .IIirt fnli-tr w. "n'.IIIt.n.' ." I race to a premature grave. rv. She pave: him one from Norma.' He Tbeytlept over ire Both were early ri. ing can hinder you from accumulating. his condition the Archbishop betook ItO .
The calculations on this subject might be then asked two other ladies, who chose .
and his childish bosom, as white as that of a one 4 o'clock the In* .
sers. next morning, I refractory nights to the chamber ofthe
extended from Oihello'and The Chances of Waterloo, se\erl young i
to an almost indefinite: length and one from' Moses. Now Bal.At
girl, was open arid exposed. He breathed accosted with .
helper was Joseph, where he made the observations
man, following
quick and heavily The wound of which he perhaps, too, with propriety, if thought and thought he, if I take all the three unite them considered what I said tbat said Napoleon "I been victo. .:
have Oi we The used to rise to take
man ,
meditation would dwell upon them and deduct with each other, and form one piece, I shall ) rious. The chances were a hundred to one : young .
vras bad been
within dying intensely painful, but the morale from each and avenue. For flatter each of the ladies ; and perhaps the must pa.1 ? in my favor. But Ney, the bravest of the paper and to write. B for he wrote music I.
the last every
half hour bad somewhat lulled tea sir.Ic .
B. he would take stick and rule the lines with
instance, if strong drink has now bad its 580,. composition will produce an etr( ct.' Power. brave, at the head of 42,000 Frenchmen suffered
though even now his (thin fingers tightly grasp And must we part ? it. He wrote the notes with the '
the rod of the himself to be whole together
of delayed a day by
000,000 victims, how more must it fully as magician the bow
ed the bed cIothc i if be many glid.
suffered the
as great. B. lease yourself, sir. words with them with f !
est have before the moderate drinker will lay his ed across the strings, while cold drops of some thousands Nassau troops. Had it not corresponding perfect .
agony.A per. 11' .Will ask pardon, Joseph ? Or when he had written the -
you correctness.
shoulder to the pledge of reform ? Suppose spiration trickled down his forehead. Therewas my been forjhis inexplicable inactivity the EngKsh .
battle stainbd and
haired ;
gory seaman B. V c sir. words too wide he altered them. The
stood beside but thirty das of intense agony and miseryto a fever in his blood ; it was as if the mind army would have been taken note ;
holding a dull lantern in his You Ot1 fgan
i IJ wou that to be black he in ff
band be the lot of each drunkard's family of five would free itself from the body. Fire shot delicito, and annihilated without i were fled
and gazing sorrowfully down thetufI'uer. B. No, ..ir.IV. the Whole. i
; upon each what is tbe amount in the 1 from his ejes-ho felt himself swooning blow. Grouchy, with 40,000 men, suffered had completed completing |
The surgeon knelt with his fingeron ; jet I'hen I will ask your'*, Joseph. : he read it aloud from to .
I a sermon, beginning
few bold strokes his Bulow! and Blucher to from him -
the Suppose it required no more than fifty bushels a -they were boldily! escape ;
pow. melted smitten
boy's pulse
Poor Joseph was instantly ; and shower of rain made I end. han; passage displeased him he ;
of grain distilled to make a man a drunk. ers. finally, a heavy the er
As I
approached.they all looked up. Tbe ard, bow long would it last famishing Eu. Flowers and wreaths from tfic charmed null as by the wand of Moses, when forth gushedthe ground so soil that it was impossible to commence ed it,and wrote the amended passage correct
veteran who held bim shook his the finoi the rucks.
would have and rope T nay even the whole universal world T titude fluttered about him, who exhausted by tparslike)'; water the attack at day.beak. Had I been ly over the other ; on one occasion he Ls to ,
spoken, the tears gathered too What is slur substitute the word "adorable"for ,' ,'
chokingly in his 4yes. It would amount fifty-eight hundred millions mental conflict and hunger, was nearly fain- Musical Catechitm. a able to commence early 'Velnglon'. army
The saj'd barrels of flour. ting. lie went to bis home accompanied by Almost any remark which mo singer makes would have been trodden defiles but he did not omit to alter the preceding ce"Into ;

He surgeon is Suppose again that each drunkaid loses or music. Before the house sounded the seren- about another. of the forest, before the Prussians could have .cet," by adding the fetter *tw with ex.'
st-.poor little fellow-do ade for the hero of the 2. What notes require more time than others had time to arrive. otherwise lostwithout preciston to tbe word first! writ tan. To ascertain
you lee this !' sihA' spoke be lifted up a rich wastes only ten years of his lifo at three shillings evening ; who, mean. I were c whether he used his the
how solid globes of the while, crept up the narrow staircase 1 resource. defeat of Wellington's eyes Arh. t
gold locket, whiqh bad lain the per day, many higherand
He has:seen better days.upon' boy'sbreast. size of our earth would it ((8053,030,000,000)) high 'r up into his poor garret, \\bcrs he Notes .f hand signed by bankrupt debtors. : army would have been peace the repose of bishop interposed a sheet of pasteboard be. 5
his lie
clutched the water :3. What is beating time* ?. the ofthe of the tween the writing and face, _took not ft
to Europe
could not answer for heart full purchase ? Make jour own calculations, not jus refresh bimicif. recognition interest
-here was the 1 being to my whom but was a few, only upon these supposed cases, but any others When all was silent the landlord came to Singing: so fast time can't keep up to you. masse, and of the democracy. -Montholon"tHistory. The the least limitation notice,of but bis went on writing a Lfor. ?j5

hours before I lad owed life-a of which this subject is susceptible, and the him, brought him food and drink, and rave him 4. What is rwt ? perceptions to }
my poor the was thinking about was curious. A bit |
result will astonish and lead n better room. The next day he informed Going put of choir to :gel some refresh. i very ,)
perhaps to \vai
before with you an urchin
light unprotectedchild; lying me, time. A Youthful Inquirer.Pa, aniseed cake that he had sought for, he eat 4
that the theatre his mcnt during sermon
. a somewhat different in lifo. These was at service and that
death written course other
his brow-and I of six the evening, '
already $ on
let approvingly but when another occasion
had knorn his and estimates are many of them below the reality.Merchant't a concert was to be arranged for him. An H. What is singing with the understanding over 'ear.a York .Pa, ; on .!
never danger, never sought
a piece oftbe same cake in his mouth
floor wa
invitation from the of Marking time on the with the foot. new.ppr.
Duke fol. pu
Ledger.A Tuscany next
him out after the conflict. How bitterly my haint the editors only just ( cat be it out without observation. ''
is spat
lowed and from that 6. What a stoccato movement 7
; moment name and f fame
heart reproached pie in that hour. They no. Western Introduction.M" Miss Wiggins, were founded for Ole Bull. : Leaving the choir in a huff because ooe is fight 7" The following instance_ the dependanco 1
ticed my agitation'and! his old friend, the sea. I don't know, my son-what makes you of bis rather their
l It me make. you acquainted with an uncle of dissatisfied with the leaders requirements. perceptions upon, or lubr. ,
oua that held his Jiead, said sadly, HisV,just come down from Ionia county, the' Buonaparte's Burial Place.-The solitude 7. What is figured base ? think they have 1' dination to, h.' preconceived ideas, truly jjf 1

*Poor little Dipk-you will never see tbe I town of Freemantle village of Breadalbane of Napoleon, in his exile and his tomb ; has Tbf scribbling usually found in the blank .Why here's su'tbing' 'nuther about the wonderful : Is t b observed that he al. !

be siare you have u if;bed for so long. But there'll -come away up here to mill (they ha'nt no thrown another kind of spell over a brilliant pages"f singing books supposed to be elecu. a Pusy, Controversy" and I thought a how ways_knew when pen ha.d ink In it.- .

taore than on*-when your log's out,' he mills yet, up there.) Uncle this it Miss Wig. memory. Alexandefdid not die in the sight ted, usually during sermon time. meLby-" bed little innocent don't Likewise, if they adroitly changed his papers
FJJU with emotidn to moorn over you.' gins, John Wiggins' wife, up yonder on the of Greece :_he disappeared amid the pomp of 8. What is a swell ? Go to you -you when he wa* writing, he knew it lithe sheet

**Tj kdir the little fellow opened his eyes, hill, t'other side, of the marsh-you can see distant Babylon. Napoleon did not close his A professor of music who pretends to know understand** Yes tholog. does Hose 7"'a substitUed was ofAdifierent size from the for.

J looked racan y ground.uu the house from here. Sh'i come down.to eyes in the presence France ; he passed everything about the science while he can. mean mer ; he appeared embarrassed in thAt caseS
: ho jet 1* he In low in the Hoser boy? Why hose means first sheet of which-was sub.
eorua, asked. a m eting. away gorgeous horizon ofthe torrid tone. not conceal his ignorance. do folks in Iloking.eI. Bqftb papor,
olce.1. > keep water ?
The who has shown With what clarionet be \ stockings that -exactly'the
man himself such 9. propriety may a a.tt written on, was
Why won't he'comer Q3T:: The Whigs are sound on great national erful reality vanished like a dream ; his life, used t>'on accompaniment to church music 1 I says Hose for the Croton, same.ixewib't rris .appeared D.o

..:I an bare,' ud| taking. the little fellow' que tioni."-Springfield Gazette. which belonged 1 io history co-operated lathe, With about tbe same as a tin kettle beat I'o to bed, you numbscull-how many Drr And.fc* would '

M'.uu,4*>a't you bow me Dick ?' Yeaaliloamd"- 4ike a Chinese Iong- poetry of his death. lie now sleeps forever, with k pair of!tongs, might be used with an times' must I speak to you 1" continue to' read off his'compowtipp .frojajtbe

all' wailed faijxtlj in ray face. He then and no substance.-New /fate Register. like a hermit apart,beneath a..willow.in a narrow Eoliinharp. "Is that a Iightenin bug in thd 'street tI blank beetoT:paper' M fjuentl :*s.w jh ;the.

(&:: Zenophon tells of'a EQ'ptiaD.who, valley, surrounded by sleep rocks' at the 10.' What It a l legato movement t asked a. purblind aId lay. .No grandma,. manuscript}*y, before.Chios'2 .naj*. raore,.4ho 4

in T.OQ'e tniMri been I kind tome; sir! i1 d rpeople when cent by his wife (purchase perfumes, extremity of a lonely path. The 'depth or the The escape of Santa 'Anna at Cerr Gordo. said a pert Miss, I i' bii,1u .wit1 a ci. wo.COhDU"h'crcto mtrpdSice '

,:.re to 11 pear orphan-boy.k '- brought her a jar of fresh-water. silence, which presses upon him, can only be -Lynn .' ''tWI. gar." &lond Iu wrUn, upon.- euetlj. ths




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'1 ,(;, L t place on tM&'k'sheet which it would hare apectablityofihe' wife, the dependence of the The cubjoined article (says the'Catbolic I-JV.;.Ae JV. O. Daily.JVWwua/********3l-' : soiMoto write O oiitieaTi4cti.- [roa'T f1) .. '-vr.,

\It ..1 ...( ccupied; on the writlea page-. ': husband, and maintains the intimacy of feelings Telegraph) on Father Rey, f from the pen ofa GEI"L SCOTT IN THE OF MEXICO. I taw one letter tea days acwbicigTe the .e.l"o. of Pani.Mus. *, .. .
of four the '
r11t; v..arine.t. and good morals If this be not the case, Protestant minister: Ter; is newt in the city from the city of names- large E -

.. .t., ... the smallest circumstances make people forget Fc the Butler County (Oft**.) Ttlegvp Meico u late as July 17th. It came throughby heads of Anna which and had been summoned beforeSanta for I hare been solicked to/ola tW or t, x,
1 from lie Cali/imi Star. Mexican and by the severely reprimanded
each other. FATHER REY THE CATHOLIC a courier, cam way iating
) w. :-1 SKETCHES OF CALIFORNIA. YERBA BUENA .. I was the object oCher dearest'attachment]; saw it announced several CHP.AIN.'Ve wnk.since"Ibat Orizaba and Alvarado to Vera Cruz. Gen. writing letters their friends here giving the principle prl. b. It always fee, a

I .J) ; r.1 AfrD SAN FRANCISCO; BAT. and I am so convinced of it, (he added smiling this holy man had been barbarous mur. Sot entere Mexico on the 17th July. He hi.tor of political events. Te letters hadben' demnrt seemed to I b

: : The onty journal upon which the people at ) that I believe she would have left the rendezvous dered by those rascally the *. ran. I \ no opposition on his way from Pd. intercepted by parties grla and aribther name lo whiggery In disguise.

( ;:;; a distance can rely, with any degree of ceruinty of love to come and find me. If]I cheros" of the brignc .- ebla, until he arrived at Penon about eight witen were politely i bat always changing its name, b I

}q ;. [ .i for fju8 and correct descriptions, is the went into my carriage at midnight for a long We read the account with emotionsof the mile from the city. Here a slight skkmishensued did the like again, they would no only be ten. racy seems satisfied with its am a d

.., } : ',; plain but well written work of CoL J. C. Fre. journey, there, to my surprise, I found her, most character, for we had between his advance and the Me1. dcred the hospitalities Castle Santag but. ti.m and it always appeared .

::1))) t.i :,4J mont, which we recommend to every one ncafed before me, and awaiting my arrival.If .- more muke one of the Butler rl&te heat cans, when the latter fl back. The authorities considered as enemies and representative c t m L,

!I '.' ttbo fee'. tin interest in learning any thing in I attempted to dissuade her from accompanying incidents connected with his Byt Mexico then came ot to meet Gen. Scott. JrOn o rain principle lru

.; : t (4 4 relation 10Jhe i former history late condition me, she had so many good and affectionate : and especially at Monterey,, that, in our Stipulations were entered into, which theper. the night of the 16th inst.about 9 o'clock told it would be so much better for os j
,\ of the citizens of Mexico we had an alarm here that the Mexicans were unite, and make a t
1 "the and one Southern
.: :' country. I reasons wherewith to oppose me, opinion al least, established his claim to a sons property party. Soil
: '. : j In consequence! of the difficulty 'which CoT.g that it was always almost necessary to yield.In meed of honor equal to that won by other were to be respected ; this accomplished our upon in. Such a stampede a it le to, I have will, if it I i democratic will mal,
'\\' .; Fremont labored under in getting access 'to a word, she always proved to me a happy man on the bloody fccenc. It is related of him, army marched quietly into the city of the Mon. never witnessed before. The slamming of South overwhelming. But will the ..
..' .4 the different parts of Ibo country, he was unable and affectionate and I have therefore that during the fiercest of the fight, when' a tezuous. the doors windows sounded no unlike discharges -

ti ;; of'; to giY! that accurate information relative preserved the tenderest recollections of her." part of the first Ohio regiment had been led TVs important news racbti hero in the musketry. Utter confusion prevail give up Webster, Clay,Sot McLean, B
could and would hare J1l1holon'l Masachtiselts but has for ed. The women and children screamed ; footraces Tariff Federal Internal !
to this part. which he -Jl History. through a most destructive fire from the eneniv's witb.bel pur. I mprTerDI
.... t To that do not The au. were run to the arsenal to obtain Convention and C.i
: done under other circumstances. supply forts and barricades into the streets ofthe pose we arm go t Vic
1t t the deficiency !1:1: all these worki (some of LATER FROM: EUROPE.: ARRIVAL OP TIlE town-where men fell before the death thorty upon which we publish it seems to us and many incidents contributed to camp, and come over to I If Prit
% bard obtained extensive circulation undoubted. The courier that brought this excitement. Onn man actually swam off three. u ,0, why have
4. which ,)
: HIBER IA. storm, like leaves before, the winter blast, and they so long resisted !
far it to this of California could come from the city of Mexico via quarters ofa mile to a vessel, and a num. They will never give
: so as j part BOSTON, Avatar 2. vainly strove to find a foe on whom to wreak ners go
five if the ber took to the boats moored at near the up those principle which
we hare obuiiied from the most authentic Oraaba to Vera Cruz in days wea. great they believe
The s'camship! : Hibernia, Cwpt Rvrie, was their vengearce that in_this critical moment.
the of the town and thir is good, seven under circumstances. Mole. A bole was stove in the customhouseboat essential to the welfare of lie!
.: source description bay, any
telegraphed at half-paat seven yesterday morn. : when the hot from the Mexican cannon was I country, and
of the frantic in their
by some people 1
Massachusetts Vera the
Cruz 23d.
which follows Tie on
: I : miles of the the long as unconvinced,
east the sd hurricane they
ing seven outer station, raking streets as aro never should._
,; Yerba Bucna the of townwhich Ilvvill be perceived that this allows seven days6r hurry to seek a place of safety. The excite
: i namo our Boston, and arrived at her dock at 9 o'clock. sweeps the deep gorges of the rmiintain-pas. Must we then give up ours
p .. means Good Herb is situated on the She left Liverpool on the 20th, and has made covering the rough pavement with tho dead the news to reach Vera Cruz by the route ment lasted about half an hour, when CLI returned successful and all ,just a they are
to their homes satisfied that prove our
: south tide of the principal arm of San [wo have stated. was portions
the passage in a few hours less than thirteen and dying, this good servant of God was seen .n.h
l .. Francisco hay,about five miles from the ocean dl.fA. moving like the spirit of mercy amidst that We know upon the highest authority, that not and had not. been any attempt to retake majority surrender to the minority, D only
neck ofland from four there is a letter now in this city of the 17th the city. The man who caused the alarm when unconvinced but
.. on> a narrow, varying to Flour! his again: declined in England. scene of strife, administering to the wan's of when demonstration
,' miles! in width the narrowest be. July, from the city of Mcxiro. The gentle has been sent to the Castle of San Juan de
ten placo is
; American Flour is quoted in Liverpool and the mangled warrior, who, in ihe excitemeitof every day proving our theories
ing sixteen miles southwest of the town. It is men who gave us the information has a letter Ulua. byexp.rience
London at 34 a 35s; per barrel. battle, was forgotten by advancing crmrades 1 Then what is to be
t in latitude 37, d<*g. 45 mil., north. This nar. Wheat and Corn have likewise declined. -directing the eye about to dos to. of the 15th, in which is mentioned the prepa. That Padre Jarauta, with between eleven gained o
1 .. rations families about from the and twelve hundred men, was within two anda no-principle party? Can we elect Mr. Call:
of land is about miles in leaving ?
row slip sixty length,
Cotton is firm. Prices of New Orleans, 0 J, wards that world where tho din of arms is ap
U extending from the point formed by the bay 74, 7J, 8J!, to 9. never heard, and sealing with the enhlem of proach of tho Yankees. half leagues of this city,on the 16th inst.- houn by it 1 He Is tha favorite of tie
: and the to the of San Jose.I Santa Anna and Canalizo bad quarrelled No one doubts this, as a large number of mar. but S.
ocqan, alley From the 9th to the 20th July, 50,000 God's great sacrifice for man's talvition, the we cannot elect him. The tie
The site of the town is handsome and about the defence of the cily. Canalizo did ket men saw him both days. He made a requisition whig
com. cold and dim vision of the South '
bales of Cotton: were sold at the prices namedin lips dead. not vote for him. He .
: -being an inclined 1 plane of about first despatch.The not want the cily injured, as there was no on persons living near Cosmaloapan, \Vi wi : belong

", 4( a mile in extent from tie water's edge to the : my manufacturing trade was increasing.The Our I liveliest jmpalliies are easily aroused hope successful resi'tance. He preferred who had furnished us with a large number of to a no-principle party, and they knaw it.

Q I hills in the ;rear. Two points of land-one English news is without any particular by brilliant descriptions of deeds of ;- to meet our troops in the plain, and there de. bores, to supply him with two hundred gratis, If elected, he would seek to carry out Mi

on each side, extending into the bay form a interest. the imagination is fired, and the sou cuing aroustd cidc the contest. Santa Anna would not a. and the poor devils had to shell out. A report principles which are democratic. Who can

".: crescent, or'small bay i in the thapo of a cre.I It was understood that the Queen would in by the stirring recital of scenes which, since I gree to this, so no opposition was made. i is current here that the go Padre had conceive an honest tariff whig for Mr.

J cent, in frofct, which tears Ibo name of the pf'non announce r the close of this seven Jea rs' the day when lello and Achilles frught beneath I The entrance of Gen. Scott into Mexico is sent word to Cot Wilson that was in want Calhoun ? fHe'would as voting

I town. These poin's afford a fine view of the Parliament on Thursday, (July 22d,) iinmcdiatdv the Troy, have possessed for I a rumor. From the letterofthe 15th ire know of money and that if Col. 'V. would pay him, soon Toe to set his
he would molest on fire. If we cannot nominate and .
of the of either
the the families in no longer American *
r surrounding_ .country- snoxv-capped mountains afier which the Court will emb"rk for most men a thrilling interest. The paces of I 1/rely preparation -
in ins tislaJce-the! green vaiicys DCneath Scotland, where! her Majesty! and Prince Al- hero-history are starred al over wiih the record i to mote on the approach General citizens or property. The truth is Col. Wil. Icct Mr. Calhoun by adhering to principle,

: them-the beautiful, smooth, and unruf. bcr' intend to pas a portion of the summer at I of warrior-deed : examples of prowess I Scott, and of the quarrel: between Santa An. son did get a letter purporting to coma from I cannot see how we promote the object ly

,. fled 1 bay in 'front and on either aide, at once the shooting Imlge of lord Abercorn, amidst that will be read with avidity forever. I na and Canalizo a to the defence of the city, i Jarauta, saying that if Col. W. would give abandoning principle. We can crt

: burst upon the eye. There is in front of tho some of the most remote mountain of, The history Leon iias at the pass and we know that there j is a letter in the city him three thousand dollars, he would leave tails but easily o
scenery our
town small island above the oflhlrmf. 17th from Mexico. the country, but I believe the started own can wo persuade the
-. a rising high sur. her northern dominions. pMP, or of Tell amidst the moun'ain-glaciers! story was whi
., face of tho bay, about two miles long and one Tho ulledgcd mal-i: [ propriation of the Irish of Switzerland, will survive the destnction of i I The courier that brought through the letter I by some mischievous Mexican and lht Jar. to cut. off their tails ? But they pr .8 m

? :. wide, which is covered the greater: part of the relief-funds on the part of(he local rclief.com- the last block of marble in the Acropolis, and of the 17th, brought news of Gen. Scott's en- :. auta: never sent any word of the kind.Gen. that union of all in a party is to sink

4 year with the most exuberant herbage of un. mitres! excited several I fierce disclaimers and co-extend with those nCI lasting hills. !, tering the city. We have no. doubt of the Pierce did get off on the evening of principle, is absolutely necessary defeat the

',. trodden freshness. This little island is about i rejoinders in the House of Commons on Friday Murat, the finest horseman in Europe, truth of the report. tho 16th inst., and, on the arrival of his com. Wilmot Proviso. The and democrats

: three miles from the shore. Between it and week. mounted on his black barb, clad in gorgeous) I mand at the San Juan bridge, they found a. of the South whig

'j the town is the principal anchorasre.. Here '1'1.. c......o.r r.rnin6t./nIJa& IUhtllicd; uniform and 'id.Jil a blade whose descendng The Weekly Picayune of Ihc 2d August has but eight feet of it cut away. The damagewas an united upon that subject.

.. Inc \esscls of all nations rest in salety and : in the paper for assistance to prevent her stroke clove the thickest skull, running the following remarks in reference to the a. soon repaired with such timber and Jog Sinking principle will not unite us more. Na

'.. ., peace, and their flags are displayed by the are from going to Ihp workhouse. down like a t tempest upon the panic-stricken bote : as could be found near by, and the whole democrat of a slave.holding! Stale has votedso

omatic breeze. Two hundred yards from the Letters received from Wcstport and Cossack or the daik phalanxes: of the Arahi. We hate not a doubt of the perfect sincerity mand and (rain passed over in safety. It is as to recorded in favor of that
shore there 1 Is feet and Slgo. b proviso
24 water, a short dis. dated rumored that the Puente Nacional and the
Thursday, state respectively Macdonald's:charge at Wagram, leading of the editor of the National in his belief of this one of their leaders John
lance that fathoms. The except M. Clayton,
: beyond( as many Ranger, from Liverpool, had been thirty thousand men directly into the heart of intelligence, but we are unable to arrive at the bridge over Plan del Rio have been served
beach immediately in front of the now business pundt'rc in the tbe of Delaware, in the Senate. It i is true, it
of hundred and barrels same by guerillas. was
one fifty of the enemy's lines, from which fire issued as same conclusion with him.Ve fear the annuunccmcnt way
r part of (lie town is shelving ; but it will anJ that the Lieut. Moore, of the 12th died carried in committee in the House Souta.
ship Richard Watson, from New from the t furrowed hides of a levelled volcano, is entirely premature. All the Infantry, at by
: no doubt in a short time be filled up, and become York, had been boarded and robbed} of one caving behind him as he advanced, a swath I intelligence contained in the extra of the National the hospital of San Francisco on the 17th inst., ern whig votes ; but en the ayes and noes

the most valuable! part: of the place. thousand bushels cf corn. I of dead men, that, a far as the eye could reach, was communicated to us on Friday and Capt. Duf of the 3d Dragoons, died on they came right. Northern democrats
The climate: here is, in the winter which c\r. Enough -
.: I is calculated! that the liberty party \\illob- lay like a hue serpent, upon, the ,plain," and ning. It did not then command our belief and the same camn. Cant. D. made- many-
I abstained from in
'. is the rainy season, damp ana chilly. During tam an accession: of no less than; V0 seats in'I I at last piercing the \ustrbn rentre and standing consequently was not communicated to our friends here during his sojoun; ;n-di is much ; voting committee to
: the balance of the it is dry, but chilly/ inconsequence have defeated the there bat
year the elections I mented. measure some of
increase the other
coming ; an that wi, on side with but fifteen hundred reader yesterday morning. We have seen
,of tho continual strong winds jive lo the government oror John a veterans-NVy, conducting tho disastrous retreat no reason to change the opinion we first Our quartermaster, Maj. Smith, has been the Southern whigs carried ire And Ihe pro
from the north and north-west. i
There is but
.' little variation in the good; working majority new from Moscow, the last man to leave the ,1 i formed of ihc news. i down with the vomtio for several days, but I viso was finally defeated in the House on ks

the thermometer atmosphere from during the The arrangement between THE ParJamC'nt.1 Russian territory, himself"the rear guard: army" -:'i, We do not intend to argue the question of am happy to say that be is now doing finely. return from the Senate by Northern and Western
"t., year ; ranging; 25 to 70 Miss Burbette, Coutts Linnes !i the of A Spaniard was found murdered outside
Arcole this
seems at
j progressing. I -Napoleon at Lodi j credibility intelligence at any length; of
degrees Fahrenheit. I I democratic votes. So that the South
... It is a fair business transaction" joint -r to speak of recent events, May's leap ,;'''I there arJ circumstances connected with its receipt the city on Sunday morning last, and I regretto ,
Yerba Buena is of the j
; : one most i I I
places on the whole coat of the Pacific.-healthy !'j stock affair, in which Ls puts in reputation I over the battery of Gen. La Vega at Re!aca i here sufficient to awaken doubt in all say that no trace can be found of the author seems sufficiently united oa that subject-ex.

and site de la Yell's ', minds. It is not that oflhe murder. cept, perhaps, Mr. Bolts who declines sayingh
Sickness of kinJ is known capit.il. Thotas sap : Palra- charge at Vista, surprising a
'. us. The salubrity any! of ihe rarely climate aTjong of j'! *6 There is no longer any doubt of the pre. I Shields' at Cerro Gordo-.these, and hundreds I' should have arrived at Vera Cru from Mexico I The. new Louisiana Battalion is a great acquisition will not IPDr a Wifmot DrOTi man.-
-beauty liminarv for the of others of liko ; In the time to have been to the garrison of this place, and a .
-. the arrngement approaching nature, are actions *( alleged occupied Thenwbat are %%. In gain br sinking i .
site of the its princi
,: v ....: mouth of the bay town-tb.-tnt contiguity harbor on to the the'I|I mi r nape ',f an iu!! tl ious duke with a lady die- tho most glorious character ; we read their by this courier ; but that he honU Lave eacaped the bear stock A taiLu and Government onrnjaied. ia tIm prelection ol of pie ? That will not makepause Northern Il
f : Imgyisbed n, less for her charitable munifi. history with bc.iting hearts and tingling veins. all notice at Yer Cruz where so many propertyoutside
,; whole coast in front the rich aod beautiful the walls. more than if to
.f : ;. J|: cence thin her wealth, are nearly completed.By But in all these cases, selected at r"ndom. eyes arc fixed upon every new comer from the i Such protection has_been_ needed any oed priai
t I around i it, al! : to render it :' a long while, would hare been it pies. Our principles to
; : country cincpc one this union the great banking firm will once there arc the usual: aids which attend upon I interior ; that he should have made his way to granted us a numbr
qe of the best commercial ;in the work! Gor. Wilson had had the do
points i more be in the hands of a duichoss: while, on such exciting events. Here the & pride, ,i i this port on a Go\'erment vessel without suspicion means to 80.- Northern ndswhl shall we sever the only .
S. The town is new hiring ben laid off in the other} Md, the fortunes of the house of pomp anl circumstance glorious war"are |i ; and that the news should here have The 1st Infantry has had a severe task in garrisoning political tie that binds us to them ? Where
18:19:! by Cpt. John Vigot and not withstand I his place for the last three months.
; the hero ofa hundred battles, be placed all displayed to incite to heroic achievcvnents.Steel j i been suppressed till certain stock-jobbing opf is tbe Northern whig who ever stood against
all the troubles in the Reduced but little than
ing country, Las gradu.ally f by shknes.T more half
biis of which steel 'I cration were complete all this is but
: upon a : power was want. rings on -steed neighs to Seed- possible,
the Wilmot tell that We have
increased in number have been fit for ? I
size and It their for weeks proviso -
S duty
.. importance. now ed consolidate I i But this do believe u
to his glory. [If there is the the hell is quickly answered by cor. j highly improbable. we ,
E : contains a population of about fire hundred and these have had to stand other seen one, two, (Clayton and Houston, of
smallest truth in this, the youthful lover courts responding explosions, ; thcearth-shakhgcav- ::1' that if Gen. Scott had entered the city of Mexico guar yea

.. -., permanent citizen Two years ago there as coolly as he fights, since tho moment Par. I airy, that rush onward like an avalanche, is''. in triumph on the 17th ult., the news would day and night. To their vigilance may b I Delaware,) from the South vote for it-hot
but about hundred. attributed the universal order which .
were two
:; lament breaks up he intends retiring to Wai- met by tbp rock-fast squares of infaitry; tho ,.'h.ne en in Tampico and in Vera goo prevails ; who defeated the proviso in the Senate ? $lell
Three within the walls -
: miles south is the minion Dolores! city. From the
mer Ie for the season.] whizzing; ball of the is returned: Cruz L innumerable voices within forty-eight
t Mission escopetto by ) time took of us that It was not whig or
creek the
on surrounded small val. they charge I think So&lherotel
T4: by a The Scorch have shown a commendable de. the deadly aim of the American rifle,and the 'I News is cried in Mexico with won. garrison
: .:; leI of rich and beautiful land. The water ho.rs. Vista that but a single murder has been committed democrat for we had all except Clayton's.The .
of Tho battle of Buena
gree liberality allowing the celebration booming cannon from the" Black Fort" is speed. was -
,I.'.. from this creek can easily be brought by of an event by which the brightest jewel"of answered by rapid discharges from tie batter I' ended the night of the 23d of February and in the cily, which speaks wonders compared vote stood 21 to 31. What made the

means of aqueducts' to any point to supply vessels. the united Crown was violently dis-annex. ies of Duncan, Bragg and Ridfiply. In all the news was known by the 28th in the city with Matamoras, Monterey and other Mexican ten difference 7 They were five democratic
;: For the supply of the citizens the best towns, where I know that formerly
ed. Mexico fix hundred miles distant.But our
p these then, there is something nert'etbe nearly votes from -
., : dwell water i i. obtain! in every part of the An official letter cases further We learn that soldier were murdered almost nightly. non.slavhoJdinIState-Dick
% from lord Palmerston to string the arm for battle ; theanimal : a Spanish gentleman !
: J L. town the distance of Two letters have been received in son of New
by 40 feet. town
: boring; Governor sir John Datis, has been published, guided by the intellectual man, is fully is now in this city who on the
V : : IJ In south/rom ) the arrire dated the lath Indianna Bree Illinois and Cass of Mich.
; going YerI/a Buena, trar.ellcr of the late who Gen. Puebla by private express, inst., but ,
f". approving operations in Canton aroused, and he does such deeds u nen speakof Iaachusets saw Scol
t. ; pawes over this narrow neck of land ;_ river,-" as justified by the procrastinatingand with wonder, but with Father Rey, all on the 14th ult. If this be so, there is an end they have but little to say about politics. From ican. These five votes reversed, would hue

.'?. a nvnt delightful! region interspersed with bills. evasive conduct ot the Chinese, and as: these were wanting, and his courace arose I to the whole story at once. one oflhe I have been kindly permitted to produced a tie-then we should have bad
l :: railey and nWJMaint-tbe valleys rich and ; make the following extract which is the. .
I out one calculated to prevent more serious from a higher principle than that which ani. We have no doubt that letters of the 15th '- -- oI the vote of Dallas in our favor. not ibis
bfo'Wfifi.l-th! hil'a! covered with tall I
pines, I story over again :
diffics.lties at a future period. mated the soldiers around him. ult. may have been received here from the .
,. : : red.wood and dar, hv withstood the [TRANSLATION] something ? The Wilmot proviso failed-
( thsy
; IxmJ Mexico. There have been time
;',' George Bcntick, in a letter to the It undoubtedly requires greit bravery forman a city ample
,. temjtcsts and WAirlwiryls of a century, and the Spanish landholders,describes Cuba and Pore though panoplied in steel, to march rightup I I and opportunity for such letters to reach here CITY OF MEXICO July 10, 1847. who defeated it ? Not one solitary non-slave-

1 ..,; mountain rising rn mtj*<(rfc grandeur to the to Rico as rich and easy prizes, to be distraiu- to the rude throats" of those ride n. via Tampico, nor is it the first time that letters A great many persons here think that we holding whig vole. Mark that I was defeated
cloud In paning out, tho. valley of San Jose ed f the ( from Mexico have that and been must have peace shortly, but we have been assured .
upon "r payment of fbrty-six millions gines" that belch out wounds and death, or to come by route entirely by non-sJartholding democratic
A cmenl to the vhw in a 1 the )lovelines of the to-day by those in whom have the
sterling, due from Spain to British subjects. charge upon bristling bayonets but how much attributed to the agency of I courier arrived and "i.bthe
Climate ; totes, both in the House acting
of Italy and beauty of the tropics. greatest confidence, that those at the bead of Senaet
------- more does it walk at Vera Cruz. We repeat, therefore, that
', Thin valley is about .*i iz mil!** In length, anc] Third District Court.-Extensive Claim.A in ihe courage midst of such scenes require, to calmly when this intelligence was first communicatedto the Government have not the remotest idea of slave-holding! States en masse, (except

I ten in width. ''The Puebla [which means an petition was yesterday filed in the unml.tdexceptwih negotiating and if is and Houston whigs.) Then it isproposed
Thin compassion for I the fillen soldier! & thus us on Friday, we did not credit i it, and upon any encouragement hEld Clayton ,
". incorporated t,trn] is the principal place of District Court, involving claim of 0 out to Gen. Scott it only be to gain .
courting doth in the discharge of holydulies 7 reflection wo can see no reason to change our \Vi rm to throw away this positive
: .'l business for Ihf taller, and is about five miles mense amount 8220,000.. The But what have we gain in time ? Nothing, atrnghwhicb
petitioners We But while thus
then that if the of opinion. we frankly
say innumerable acts express has saved thus far by allyiag!
:-; from Santa Clara, the landing on the bay, or, who arc citizens of the State of Kentucky,aver unexcelled soldiers our own convictions, yet we must confess that a mere nothing, for we are a well prepared lu
bravery performed the
.f.1 as it is termed here, the embarcadero.: that they arc the only surm ing heirs of Thomas of the. republic from Palo Alto to by Cern Gordo there are very plausible reasons for giving to receive the enemy now a we ever shall tz;ihe whigs, throwing away our principles,

Passing on fro&i here northeast, the! traveller P. Hart-that Thomas P. Hart, at the time deserve the prais of the world and the eloquent I credence to this intelligence. We can conceive be, and the sooner the Americans advance the and surrendering without a blow to the Northern
; 4 in a few hours1 rido reaches the straiU. which of his death member of better it will
was a the firm of Hart, be for both parlie who united
of the no motive for to deceivo the whigs, are to man against
homage historian, to shall an attempt Z
: .: the Suisun bay, formed the Bartlett & Co. even
separate by con. in the Of the late
contributions levied
year tho with it. The channel we well
: ctJ-tbat memory of this Jesuit Priest bo clerishedand public through which it us on the subject of Tariff and Bank, a
:: fluenco Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers 1809, pre'ious to his Bartlett & has had to pay 81200 ; Messrs. -. 81500
preserved, and he find niche that transpired is'ery generally known, and ;
a in of
from that of San Pablo. Here it seems that Co. purchased of John Jr. Messrs. as slavery.
McDonough, a cer. 81200 and Messrs.
the individual alluded ;
Temple of Fame" which patriotic and we cannot to
.-" t. the accumulated waters of a thousand years tain tract of land situate in the subeib St. Mary a suppose 81000. It is said this proviso is (to pass, and if i
will should entertain the desire to mislead
grateful people rear to those wlo give slightest
:t ; bad suddenly rent the opposing mountain asunder in this city measuring 160 feet front The it is ruin to I both:
on above us. deny
,. their services and their lives a nacrfice fortheircountry'sgood. any one in the premises.. And we know, extracts are et'er011 these passes propilions.
; and with tremendous force the .
flowed to
Poydras-ef. by sixty feet all French
that who letterscontainbut the If it shall
N. ?/ G. moreover, gentlemen are extremelywell man came throughwith passes, we &i
,; bosom of the deep. that
; great measure- said has beentgaJltrnsferred
property never 1.
informed about affairs in Mexico faith no commissioners had
", };;' On the south'.ide of the bay from the straits either by the said Thomas put been says same means and arms to protect

4 ... of Sousilito, i'i! ono of the finest diniricts of art or his heirs, and that undivided The Callcrpillar in Mississippi.- fol. in ibis news. Suit we remain incredulol.- Ippinted. which we have now and always have had.-
( one lowing extract of a letter i is published in the It would seem to be pretty well settled that Santa Fc, which has been abandoned a
:, country in any.part of Upper California. part of saM is vested in a But there will he less chance of its passing
Charleston was burnt few
Puebla depot
'.. sti Mercury : Gen. Sot was to march from about temporary a days since
Next to Yerba Buena, Sousilito is the best sid Hart and his heirs and as such they OAKLAND, NEAR VICKSBCRO, Jily 27. the ul. We believe that be did so, and by Lieut. Fitzgerald and a small party of men. hereafter than heretofore. Why should it

1"\.''1 : point on the whole bay for a commercial town. arc the true and sole owners of the same.- Had I wrote you three days ago, would thai he certainly make his way to the Letters from Orizaba of the 13th inst. state have more 7 it because there will be mort
It miles little of north toni The I
is seven a east peliiont"r go on to state that said propety have given a of Cot. whether opposed or not but lhat he that letters had been received then* from Pu.
'" you gloomy account our capital ; whigs in ? That Is tbe difference
Congress only
4; this she opposite side of the and is
place, on bay now
B il T. Janin F.
possession Joseph eLla
: ton but the then was bright in. arrivid there on the 17th we cannot yet be. dated the llth inst. slating that Gen.
prospect .
has been 4 for vessel II. Hatch crop and told muse avoid it by
: ,- ,? long watering: place widow'SIocumb, and W. Flor.ance would yet we are we
.' dee with the present. The Cat. tieve. Wo are however, to Scot positively march towards Mexico
,, .1. At attempt fans recently been mode: to layoff woo ..piaim to bo the owners thereof. I crpillars began iheir ravages yesterday, and I undeceived in Ibl veryiin premises and shall rejoiceas b on the IGth inst., and although I have little amalgamating with those very whigs. But i

'io'.. and build up a town at the straits, to su. Finally, Ihe petitioner! aver that this property see no hope escaping Thisis sincerely ai. any if be has entered the cap. faith in letters of this kind to Meicans I do I read the signs of the times aright, they arc
24: ; '1 perscdo thj two last mentioned places. It has been yielding a largo revenue since the acer sweep.
: '; : three weeks earlier seas.n with a ital of exico with a little loss as is implied not doubt that Gen. Scott is ere on the against it with the Northern
I : .: will doubt however bo entire failure. 1827 and that the have demornmu.t
: '1 no an year rents been col. road
fully as bacL-ward---tlfe vile thieves have by the of the National. The to city Mexico. Yours, truly.
j !ot\ f-; San Francisco :bay being the safest and lectcd by said persons or those from whom crop been etr propeller we, at a luch a timp, throw drat connection
robbing for week miles be
a Washington
.. '::.! I most commodiotuv tho entire of the to have derived the past twenty may very shortly expected &c.
coast they pretend title to with Woodbury, DalLas,
may above this. How The has the whole. Cs
they are treating the lower here, anj then all doubts will be dispelled. Troy following
( :.; 1 f Pacific, some point i on (it must be the great said: property. The petitioners then and therefore end of the county, I have not'yot learned. Iam sale retraction in regard lo (the U. S. Bank Stc., who have stood by us 7 Even's have

'. M":4 t market of tbo western world. We believe claim ai follows.- $70,000 from Joseph anxious to hear of the with From the the and Sub-lreasury questions : that ourselves we are whigs and
1 ; ; Yerba Buena is the point, it 1'. Janin from widow Slocumb crops you. Correspondence of Pit1ynt. proved by all
commanding as tl1. . .Some he [Gen. Taylor] is
}, VERA CRUZ July says opposed defeat measure-
-- democrats
t.- .trt: does now, all the trade of the surrounding $ Oooo() from William Florance, and 3O.000from 1 no uanlUon (Ohio) News, a Whig paper, to a national bank. Suppose he is impotent to
I -
: ,. country, and there being already large a. F. II. Hatch. Total, 8220OOOa1 for makes the following propositions. They You may think it strange when I tel you SEVCN-EIGHTHS OF THE WHIG I so .ARE but that oar Northern allies have defeated i

I .;'. '.*E mount capital : concentrated her*. rent of sail properly since important would indicate that Gen. TAYLOR is not very that whenever a steamer arrives from your city, present healty condition of the PARTY domestic'Tbp. for us.. Having defeated it, must we 'a.

:t. :! The town of Yerba Buena i is called, in caso be argued some time in November popular with Whig politicians in that neigh the first thing that is inquired for here is a shows that there is no absolute exchanges buse those allies, and insist we will only hare

1. ,%t. some of tho. .!d slaps of the country,"San Fran. next.-.A'. O. Delia, 31 lt vll. borhood : paper containing the latest news from the army cessity for a regulator and the nee
I j ; Cisco. It ii no{ kuoirn bythat name here, t Stratcs.'-We are authorized to offer the of Gen. Scott and the city of Mexico ; Lit party, have no whig I a our own votes ? It seems to me to b prp

I ... :. ,,4 .. however. j Served KerrishL-A a regular "shop. t following rewards for the characters dlicrib- such is the fact. A fellow who is fortunate e. ing financial diap.ition to exist. terous. Those cannot b friends of? ca.

.j t The town takes its name from an herb to per," who ha made an unfortunate clerk led : '. nough to get a good package of paper has to .ya countr. hours or the South who advocate such t doc-

\: be /found all around it, which is said to make tumble over a1 the stoking in hislhop objected Fire Dollars for tho Whig voter in Butler hide them, and then curse you poor editors in Killing two birc viih one stone.-The fol. trine. Mr. C. could never sanction a position

,i good tea, and possessing excellent medicinal that none \ County who does not prefer Corwin M Tay. I the presence of those wishing to borrow for lowing allusion the Taylor letter, quoted monstrous. He could!! approvesuch

t .1'I. qualities, is calletl good herb or Yerba Buena.. "I want the very longest hose that are lor for the Presidency. not sending him any. When he gets a chance, by (the Boston Post from the Boston Courier, 1 never and

t made." Ten Dollars for the Whig who would father he slips off to some obscure place where undisturbed (Mr. Webster's organ,) is a bar hit at Rough a course by his friends. He rosy /

: !{ The Empres JOIqJh .-" We lived to. t'1'en, madam, you Lad better .apply al vote for Taylor than any other man. he reads the news which pled by his and Ready, with incidental to the doubtless does, .all do, advocate a more per.
"it i gether, (said Napoleon! ) like honest citizens, the door two weeks So it that protection
next Engine Haute. F'fatn Dollars for the Whig that beVeves own before. Sage of Ashland ; feet union in the South in r.istia Northern

: l in oar mutual relationl-and always retired (bat Taylor ought to be nominated iftbere we get__most of our army and Mexican news 11 He (Taylor,) undoubtedly covets a nomination aggression, and democrats do in resisting
4 lill 180$, a period in which political NO one should allow another to point a pis- were no doubt cube election ofa Whig to the from New Orleans. from-both the great political parties. a al

.:.1H'together events obliged .rto to change my habits, and toT or gun at him under any circumstances.Whether .- office. Those merchants who hare occasional com Perhaps he might strengthen his chance, fha the .I i&rifl'-but does o.propose t b

_____t.' add the Jaborlof'JthcJIgl.tlo! those of the day. the weapon be loaded or not, the Fifty, Dollars for the Whig who electioneers j t munication with their correspondents in Mexico should unite himself il cmuni with oeapular i gin resistance by throwing down oar 'e0

4' This domestic regularity' 1 U the best g-iaranfj pointing of it should be considered! an assault for Taylor and does no feel] as if he hid .10 ,dar not make political newt public here, church, and be 6ie cdi8 br a'rka surrendering 01 ea

,. Vbragobd. estAblphment',. It Insure the re. and resented instantlv. len good in his pu lion. as their friends aro forbidden by the authori iheformofanot1'r. and, ,kicking,our own sturdy ie oat oClpti

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1 ..-: I I. Our citizens should get proper memorials 10CeDg I The BcraruuM GoorjcU -. otatittmdcDi.bs abs. the Lsgis&ie.i-:.'. i"P" t .
We a
.-IDri aC the e oqnj in. may nup' the subject of o ieee!mail., and fur We take pleasure in announcing that the editor .ture. ,/ d b his strong practical nose,he,wealdcritical' ;.y

kit tig for Pretideijt, b ut that hai nothing to nah mb o Congress with data and evidence : of this war-wr prnt has associated with himselfin
+ with this queat oD. Erery body knows vpon which they can uk for special I legislation the future editorial management of the Gar. broulhtro before giving it his Ap working

bow be votes and How we Tote on this questfco with reference' to the matter. With reference the late gallant commander of the Georgia mDt MAXWEIX, al hh rett)1Ia.) He i

. I whether we run A or B for Preaident.- to our total mails,an union interests with those ofSCIOt0 ''in Mexico, Col. HaNkY R. JACSOC. His reamr ted am ngst us, .already 'w himself an the abor

strength, hold our- o the one ride', and Columbia, G* on tion of the pen is hailed by tbe democracy or enviabh reputation Well educated possessing acer u .
: I iTe had better husbfcnd our the other side of the State, will essential ser si.tt State with great cordiality The accomplished dscriminaling mind,combined with a maturity T-
and stand ready b o
rlre united in firrri phalanx, I vice. These foreign mail arrangements are of little editor of tbe Con.stifutionoitsaysof him-" His of jidgment and sedateness of deportment, rare There .

to throw in a powerful and concentrated vote, advantage to the interior parts of Florida, or indeed powers ts a writer have already been tidtCe to for one of bis years. ). Maxwell would not faQ which is :

whenever we fibd it will do most good to ad- the towns on our coast except Key West-as none of the public net only in many Ipirite and graceful at once to take an active and beneficial interest in as any tM Actof ''W .Af .

our principle! The whig game is always 'our towns are included in the routes. Our local political contributions to the current literature of the proceedings of the Legislature. As a lawyer.he August town at CrN.ut,in nord.

nnce TheT are now using this mails should b arranged without any.reference to the day. but in the summer of 1S-15 he wielded a poswssesin a remarkable degree the conndeoc of 2 day ot March IS33, I,
to split us. i in the he has now his His public speeches have elicited a to tbaUauedStatesofAaaerks.
Very respectfully, and vigorous position
ready pen
and a little, them cop. make known,that a public
Wilmot proviso ,
ndiculoos; I J. D. WESTCOTT. Jr. resumed-that of editor of th Savannah Daily Georgian. uninrl m o applause. W. think, should he PETER at tbo 'Land Office TaUabaaa*.

bit sawder, to smooth its war in. If we arc Editors Floridian, Journal and Sentinel. He is a valuable accession to the democraticcause find an opportunity to make the acquaintance 0 State Foid.for th disposal of the an-

I blind now,when we open our eyes again, we I from the talents and the high moral weight of tbe people of the county)., they will take pleasire.as i o of St. Marks,com

ourselves tied band and foot to the Union of Parties.It character thus actively enlisted in advocacy of its weshall, in giving him their cordial support. August Monday. the 4th day of October next,
will fiod will expected of us to reply to an article in I I
A DF.MOCBAT YET. b nrinrinW; ; \V consider that cause and those -principles MANY DE\OR\ IlL two. three,(our,sax.seven,eight,
car ofwhiggery. the Southern Journal, relating to what we said on r.-.rn-to be identified with the dearest interests of I e. fourteen, fifteen,sixteen,eigb.

-I II II II this subject, though we have discovered very little the He who i is engaged in their advwacy (JCJ-: We are authorized to announce FLETCHER I .twenty, twenl.hTo. twenty-three
fSOLOEIDIAN.AX.OWC. in its remarks that militates against our views. To country. InTONE : "tnty sixtwentytentwenrye5ghf,
is enlisted! in the service of his country. Tie return WHITAKER as a candidate for Tax Assessor and
> ,t hidytwnthir1y.four,thirty-five
be sure, we are opposed to the proposition to amalgamate of this gallant Georgian fresh from the fijld of Collector for Leon County at the ensuing election R.- ,thil t.niB",forty forty-two

111 AX.OWC. ** our principles with those of the Whip, but military service, where he has acquired for hinself ih October next. D for forty-six loity-eigbt. fifty,
what tbe Journal sass in favor of this measure (barring Cholera four. fifty-five,fiftyix..fif
------. --. ----------- an officer and a gentleman.andhas fy
high reputation as
II = a (*,- We are authorized In announced JACKSON dren. y-three.wily.four, ixfy-rx.
some of its wrath and failt-finding.: ) ne see #
Saturday August 14, 1847. been the means of elevating the military cha-ac-
little to object to, and nothing which sustains its J. WHITEHURS.a a candidate for Tax Assessor! > Front 1 sixty-eight snntJ.f rlnnt-lht.
--+-- -- ter of his native State by the fine discipline and ed- eighty
conclusion. admits that all parties the South are and Collector for Leon County, at the ensuing tier- .eYDt.ibt.
I (Jj- We understand that Govcrnoi MCMELET: learn I dierly conduct of his regiment -i b less regrettd Dr. h.ninety, nine
the Wilmot Proviso, but (ion in October. since I I
in opposition to nicety-six
his residence Sutherland already ninety-
town on Tuesday next at I when it known that he only changes the sphere f nItl-ich.
this is not Pray, what more does enough one. tw. hun
Jefferson Countj-relaxation from business being says enough. his For the distinguished WE are authorized to announce DANIEL on
i his services! to country. tft-: not one hundred and 'lour one condred
necemry to recruit bis health,which has suffered -I it want ? hn"that the very thing proposed? Or is" military position! he lately held b takes one of not McRAENY, Esq. as a candidate for -eJrliol a cine. andsevenone hundred and eight. a

from close confinement to the duties his office. it feared that unless we make a .demonstration,, less labor-of not less responsibility, and we believe Clerk of the Circuit et of Leon. County!, at the we ten.onebundred and eleven,one hun i
the our firm allegiance to the South will be doubted ?- thing at ,one hundred and fourteen, one hun
his time at Capital "
The Governor spends! most of of not less! usefulness. election in October next.
Mdion will My ,one Hundred and sixteen, one hun
We friends of the Meeting
sure cur
.the engagements of his office rendering it neces- are We most cheerfully comply with thetquet of the it the one andnineteen.o.
nerer be doubted on this question, nor, where theyare rj- WE are authorized to annonnce WILLIAM ; I n. bnnr I
nry.although the law requires that the Chief Magistrate Georgian and have directed that in future tU copies may twenty on twenty-two
known, will they even be suspected of too much C. CAMPBELL, Eu1. a a candidate for Clerk of the and an
should reside at the seat of Government only of the Floridian sent to their address. We have twenty-three hunnaD
lukewarmncss. b Circuit Court Leon Crnnty. at the enlirll October one hundred and
the sessions of the Legislature. which be found e
during also inserted prospectn
But the Journal thinks the union It not a cordial "il electin.C From of the following named. lc.lt
in another column and to which the attention of donation of ten acre, to a
the Seat of War. .
VoTinteersf.r one-not a sympathizing bond, because we are divided
the reader i is directed. ::.,- WE areauthoiized to announce NICHOLAS .\ Companyviz. : Lotsnomberrd
The Volunteers raised: by Captain Lmxcsroxwere into parties on other questions.! How, we ask, : ..sixty :
N. BRANCH a candidate I for Tax Assessor and ffy-nin. seventy-one seventy-
mastered into the service of the United States i could it be otherwise, without an abandonment of Election Returns. a .. eglt-two. eighty-five, and .
Collector for Leon at the October election.
on yesterday by Lieut. WHITING of the ArmyThey principles and conscience ? The Government i is The last mail brought us very little news of the county. D. A

now number SO men.rank and file, which, we obliged to be administered. revenue to b provided result of the recent elections. '\-1 have not a word $:fr- WE are authorized to announce J.\ tE W. dial in from) I I the of the day> a y cetiont, proceed lots wi the ba Y:.

learn, will be increased before the Company embarks and for this puip se some sort of tariff! to b adopted. from Tennessee, Indianna, or Iowa. From Alabama SHERWOOD a a candidate for Tax Assessor and Gardner which they are advertised, with all .i

for the scat of war. They are a fine looking What shall that tariff be ? I the Journal for the : there i is nothing definite.<< Harris, (Dem.) is elected Collector for Leon county, at the October election. with that patch,tratil the whole shall have been .:j

body of men,and we predict that the State mar rely sake of the union of parties, willing to yield to a to Congress in the Marion district! : and loge, JAMES WILLIS had afford been ,sale ths cf But the sale shall f 4
0: WE are authorized to announce or and no pri ,
with confidence upon their good conduct on the battle 1 high protective tariff? I most certainly i is, if it is (Dem.) in the Tuscaloosa late Payne's district. In (a candidate for the office of CounU Commissioner myself any lot will be weel, after the
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field. sincere in advising what it does. Else. there wouldbe the Mobile district it is thought that Gale (Whig) ., at the election in October net.fjcj d-.T the the two wek. i' '

The Company was presented<< with a flag in behalf no union-no yielding of'. past political differ is elected by a small majority. Hilliard, (Whig,) is I had ( my bari. City of Washington,

of the Chief Magistrate of the State: this morning. ences" for the sake of union. To object wuuld b reoltctt without opposition. There seems! to bea WE are authorized t..announce JOSHUA W. she and bad alter hundred day May, Anno Domini. en.

by Gov. DCTAL, accompanied by an animated and I to revive I political differences." The same argument slight falling off in the democratic vote for Governor S.\UDER I a candidate for the office of Tux Assessor that I : an fo.nen.

soul-stirring address. The flag was received by I may be used of any conscientious! Whig, who and the Legislature. We had looked foi this and Collector, at the election October next. this a, JAMES K. POLK

Capt. LIVINGSTON' and Gov. D'.. address respondedto Journal doesa exist in the democratic I M. YOUNG
opposes any Democratic measure a the : from the divisions known to authorized to I
J3WE are
( TIOfAS ,
i I of the General Land
by him in an impressive manner. The Company Whig protective tariff. I will be remembered rank but we do not anticipate expect the defeatof BARNARD candidate for the office of Tax Assessor le Ot.

then took up their line of march for St.Marks, from. that it is! impossible conduct the Government with Chapman or the election l of a whig majority in and Collector a: at the election in October uext.tj NOTICE. J .

whence they will i immediately embark in the Schr. : out raiding some of these questions about which there the Legislative branches. I DR. to tbe provisions of the Act of Ccn-
Tallahassee for Mexico via New Orleans. I : WE are authorized to announce HUGH ARCHER 2d March, 1833 entitled An Act
I is inch a radical difference between the two parties. From the special election in Virginia, the Baltimore good a '
Lirnrcsrov is entitled to credit for as a candidate for Tax Assessor :and Collector town at St.Marks. Florida th Reg .
Capt. great According to the Journal's policy, these differences Sun of the "th inst. has the f l-ir : 1 We of the Land Office at
the perseverance be has exhibited in filling up the' are to be wiped out, though they reach the forum of ll'ar by telegraph, this morning, from Richmond *t the er.suint election in October net. child I of I : ,prior to the day ot sale,Talahue.! 4 fj. a.

I ranks of his Company. He briefly alluded to the conscience itflf, in order that all of us may unite that the election held on Thursday last, in the Peter- (:?- WE are authorized and requestr.1 to announce worms. any improvements which may have

difficulties he has encountered in his! address this against the Proviso-a union,too even now existing burg District to fill the vacancy occasioned by the WILLIAM L. MANNING a a candidate for Tax, : I the,"lots and designated the purchaser in Ibis at public proclama sal. t-, '

morning,but by his industry, energy and application and operative. How great a s-icrifke for-nothing! death of Mr. Dromgoole in the Congressional delegation Assessor and Collector for Leon County, ut the election which there are such improvements,

he has overcome them, and saved us the mortification What a tiresome chase to catch what is already of Virginia, ha, resulted in the election of 1. in October next. family I do i owner tberfor.lhal. in addition to 1

of announcing the dubandmcnt of those bo caught the Journal is not willing ID go the I Kidder Meade, democrat. We have no intelligence away : paid to Unite State.be,and here
I 00- WE are authotized to announce JAMES L. 5 to .to of the improve f
had previously tendered themselves. He and his have pointed oothnw can it consistently of the the which pay ntr
lengths we ; as to the state poll, or majority by my nlro .
Tax Assessor and Collector of them thus and if
HART candidate for ;
a a a.rr'ainf
brave comrades go forth to the battle) with the warm advocate the union of parties ? If ittan go those b* has been elected." a shall not day on :
for Leon County.at the election<< in October next. b upon
sympathies and ardent wishes of every friend of his lengths, how can it claim to be a Democratic paper ? was purchased, the lot shall be again ,t
country for their safe return, crowned w ith success Democracy holds its principles of greater worth thanto Dcshon;, the Mathematician.We Qr>- WE are authorized and requested to announce : sale on the next day of sale, and :
and have received the following letter from this negro by shall not b capable (becoming the
glory. for Aso-scr
be given up for slight causes. JOHN DAFF1N at a candidate \
This is the fourth Company Florida has furnished The Journal does not answer our objection:to the celebrated man of whom, no doubt, all our readers and Collector, at the election in October net.fc his Provided that or of, That any other i if any lot lot offered t offered at that ard i*

tbe service since the commencement of the war.- proposed union.bas upon flie fact, that the Whigs have heard : I last day of the public sale, shall not

This speaks well for patriotism! of a which would exclude all territory,thus avoiding the Provi.o I ASTOR Horse NEW-YORK, July 31, 1SIT.To >. THE friends of WILLIAM II. ANDREWS (JO- for, the same miy b*tterNlt private
has not yet recovered from the effects of a long and altogether, and that, therefore, the union will the Editori of the Floridinn: respectfully announce him as a suitable candidate lahassee tothe United tb.sum at j

of warfare,in this instance at least was an indiscriminate The truth is,it cannot be answered for Ibo"!that some of the New York papers a statement concerning the election in October next believing that no onemfrt sookie Samuel, .

butchery of all sexes and conditions. We the Northern Whigs could join the union with the the remarkable powers cf a Mathematician in i ii deserving the office than he, or more worthy Quincy; of Congress aforesaid, the tinjm m 1.

have done our duty thus far, and if any thing more same propriety that these in the South would. The I' that city. who add, subtracts, multiplies diidt the suffrage of the voter of Jefferson. ker P. town lo is fixed at twenty-five dollars, 4 t,

is needed from us, we feel that our people will answer Northern and Southern Whigs agree a to their policy and performs all other mathematical calculations, Ii May 13. lSl7. MANY. VOTERS.TaxCollector's chant, ot lot.RICHARD at twenty-five M. YOUNG.dollars per acre t
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every country therefore, these in the South could have no -- the Office.
ad. onn Gm"alln
?, .., .ur ante lor patriotism and bravery eo dearly motive for union with Southern Democrats, unless it am that p ron1 will endeavor to give you a correct Second Notice. Fresh 46 t
earned iu the c *;..i,; IIr. the of their other statement of the facts. First let a column of figures t
accomplish success
03":: The Volunteers under Captain CLARKE arrived I "oul trim ,ccm a little singular is. that those who say 3000 in length and SO in breadth he placed TiE:undersigned,Tax-Collector for Leon county,, for Sale. -
in the union of ,show that before me, and in less than five seconds time, I hereby notifies all tax patl of said county t that JUST sale the Plantation known M Jjguft {
Savannah on the 9th instant. The propose parties evidently r C
Republican very
between the
he will attend at the following pliers !! Ca Bianca. in Jefferson conn- tJJJJjfJ:
of tbe they do not intend to as far their policy would will give the sum total, always commencing on the _r'l'H. .
10th sajs- go a hour.f 9 arid 12. A. M. of each day for the pur. Fnrida.containing 30.0 acres
..Company: K of the 13th Regiment U. S. Infant- indicate. The Madison Meeting seemed to be looking left hand side to place the answer down. Next let pose of receiving their State and County Taxes due Western 6 I"U" are about 900 cleared, and

ry,altl"ed hereyesterdav afternoon in the steamer to Mr. Calhoun a* the map for President upon a sum be written in muliplitLlion. with 1000 figures lor the present year, 1S47. : ALSO now in cultivation in cotton and corn. f j .
St. At Ceo.Monroe's,Lake Jackson! ,on Monday I 3. i i.' situated in the most desirable j
Mntthevt, fiosa Florida. The Company numbers whom to unite. The Journal, in reply to ui, evidently in the multiplier, and a many in the multiplicand Spt dium '
.'4 men-all of(hem recruited in Florida. .Byrd'sShop.on famouia Lake on Tuesday, 1. ,being within two miles and a half
and I commence on the left hand side, and
left town last night in the Charleston boat for Charles- contemplates a continuance of Democratic .Manninpton Wednesday., I the county site, where there is a Post i
tan: where they will embark for the Bra.os. The policy. It says that cur fears cf the election of a write the product underneath in one line, a last as .Pissah Church, on Tuesday ... 16 !Churehe:. Schools, fee., and within !
detachment is commanded by Major JOHNSON, of Whig President are groundless. What are we to the figures can h written down. Thirdly,let a sum .1iesriV* Store,on Friday 17. mie. of Tallahassee the capitol of the j'
Tallahassee. .Roach' X Road .on Saturday, IS watered throughout,abounding in {
The at her offi"t'rnrf' Captain CL'RitE understand by all this ? it means the fusion of all be written in division with any large amount for .adivisor : !
(t the son of our friend Major Clarke of St. Marys,) I Benjamin Hale**,on Monday, 20 finest water and is ftmkabe. even ''j
Lieutenants UAYWARP, DCMMETT and HmLso"Malls parties for the rake of the Democratic party, then and I commence writing down the remainder .Foil Braden School Hou"e, on Tuesday, 21 E } neigt.brb for .
they are bola; out false lights to the Whis. i frt, then the uotient. Interest I at any per I Tallal.ss.'eenn. W-dne
Iu Florida. They are told told that past political differences are i cent.. can be performed in the tame manner, and the 22d, 23d, and 2th September. that he around, containing eight fine rooms, :t '
A. A. FISHER. Kitchen Store
The following letter from one of our Senator in to buried. Buried how ? In the permanent adop. i, without using any extra figures. Fractions of every) Sheriff and Tax-Collector. the of Bath apartments House, Spring Home, for Room.Milk.

Congress, on the subject of the mail facilities in our tion of Democratic measures? This is! not what the denomination can b summed up instantly without .Augustl4.l947.' tz.ofci for pose the order] and repair. The Negro Quar ;

State, is addressed to the several editors of paper in Whigs are led to expect. Our view on this point :, reducing them to a common denomination. These At Fort '!House,Gin Howe,Plantation stable,. $

this city. The matter of which it treat is one c is confirmed ba communication in the rules can be learned by any person having the printed Musical Instruction, &c. ao o ao order and capable cf ac. .j
There is also)
deep importance to our pple. and we do most devoutly which speaks of G. W. Call, Esq.. formerly Journal'l rules in one half hour. Please insert this in R water; power negroes.on which there U a a r;

hope that a unite move",,-i be mae by them Whig, a< having joined the rneetin; and your paper also stating that any person wishing PROFESSOR HERMANN BERNRELTER I I in operation. ,

a suggested in the honorable Senator's letter, that its objects, because the .1ce5 of Democratic policy thee rules can have them by enclosing 10 throughthe I'FElS his services to the citizens rl Tallahassee Pisgh purchaser this property will be sold a4
Congress nay be induced so to modify (he Post Office of late has thrown new light upon his! mind, and taken New York Post Office. In two weeks, I \'il O and the surrounding country in instruction in yrd' i it abut to remove. Possession .5

lln a to put it in the power of the Post Master away all pretext for further CPPOition-to it, thus send you :sett of the printed rules, (tree gratis) by Vocal ol InMrumeotal ornaments from the Music hair, and, and in in the Embroidery manufacture I.Geo. 1st of, .if desired next by at tbe which person time buying wilt :

General to extend to w a moiety at leant, of that giving in Vis adherence to the Democratic party. I which you may become as expert 3 figures as I am. of which may be seen at hi. residence and part of the stock now on the place. s

consideration to which we believe ourselves justly i this the sort of union really intended ? I so. we I am your humble and obedient servant, specimens North of tbe Presbyterian Church. to'pnrchaae would do well to ex

entitled. A copy of the letter has been furnishedour nee not say we will rejoice over every Whiz who PETER M. DESHONG. Augt M, IS 17. 4. 2t July while the T.present BEATTY crop is gwing. ;
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respective The Mathematician.
I cotemporaries.WASHINGTON. i is converted to a Democrat.We ,and wi b bappy to show it. !f

mention these thing to show.not that any de. OO- The deaths in New York for the week ending The Savannah Georgian Also,

August 2. 1S17. ception was intended to be practised but that those July 31, amounted to 453 ; in Philadelphia for the several fine tracts of Land in various .J
I IJ Gentlemen: I send you the enclosed papers.whichif who urge this union parties liave not the fact that the undersigned have : acres in Tiger hammock Wa.
o l\t came period to 212( ; in Baltimore to 12, and in IN O 190
you think them useful o can publi.h. through and through to its final consequences.- Charleston 5. a"ootr themselves together in the Editorial" :0 acres on the Apalachicola River
The act Congress providing for Mails from KeyWest While they propose the union. they only think of a Department TITlE SAVANNAH GEORGIAN. H. Fi.b ; VGO acres De'&St.Andrew's Bay. :
takethis! occasion to to the patrons of that
we say July county 2SSO acres in the Arredondo
to Pensacols, and (from Key West to Charleston union which will sustain their principles, not reflecting For the Floridtan. psper.aad to the public generally,that aransementthae & county; East Florida; 2000 acres .f

,you will perceive designated certain intermediate that this offers no motive to a true Whig to The Coming Election. alhady been made for its material improvement South of Lake Qeorge; 1600 acres o o '

points at which the mail was to stop but it I'join them,or else they propose it under a willingness Messrs. EDITORS-The election for Representatives in outward appearance, and that no pains will b TaE River in Duval county. Apply as ;

did Dot specify other points that I regarded I impor- ;I if the object can be accomplished in no other way to the next Legislature of this State is fast approaching spared U elevate, an sustain fill its columns its character with I interest a commercial -S Sibley Editor cl the nordian .. .

Wt. I sought therefore to get Major Hobbie to to abandon their principles as to the cardinal measures and as there is! almost a perfect cam in ing and paper profitable maier. We feel most ncusib'y' said County Republican.Charleston Flag &AdYrt ,Courier. I

state them in the advertisement for proposals, and of our party. One or other of these was unavoida "the political atmosphere at this time, we think it avery that to fender the Georgian such a paper in the. Carolinian and Richmond Enquirer .

also to fate that Lids for portions t the routes ble. I the former, we wish them success, though propitious season for the people to select those I a the erowin. interests and population of our State. indebted a moth. till 1st January, an send

would b received, and he did M. I deeply regret not altogether approving the trick-if the latter, we who from experience and talent will be best able to and Civ reuirt;,such a. diversity we are of labor must to furnish be expendedvpon without ,.and send one eop of paper
determine July to \
that proposals which the Department co.1 consider will firmly oppose it, exhorting every Democrat to promote the general go. Under the impression :' We shal strive to make its pleasing to all ) T.IontkeUo. .

reasonable, bad not been offered. The Post Master stand by his principle, for, whatever others may that the following named gentlemen would forego reader'ln while our humble support shall be given 4t tf Forida

General considers the art of 3d March, Ivl5as Iinl think all true Democrats will think them worth battling their private ease to serve us! ; we respectfully request principles upon which the Democratic SIX .

his hands 1 a to prevent him from accepting pro- I.I flT. them to give U!the use of their names I candidate* party,to JIM b*planted essential itself to the and perpetuity believing of the our national principles present Len County ;

poftals fo a route that does not yield postage sufficient As to (dangers and all the horrors which overhang for the House of Representatives viz: and the advancement of Mir national wel. Judge of NOTICE. ..

to pay the expenses, and his estimate of the this question, we confess ourselves unable to C .l. BENJAMIN F. WHITNER : fae.Ieo Wf shall studiously avoWl all rode collisions : of Leon County are hereby noti- :
I views: anti antxjonintic to our own.- I am now prepared.receive Taxes .
LAWRENCE O'B. BRANCH. with opinions
these is but hundred dol July
on a few for We
ret cause despondency. not
tltt any are yet
(1P I To render our paper Ihe firm but dispassionate ex ad County of Leon for the Tear 1St?.
.. frightened; and 1.e are surprised that intelligentmen I ponent of democratic. principle the calm yet un i meat the Court House duriwf th '
There is D pM. I rege to say, of any tiling who are familiar with the prgrel of the great AUGUSTUS E. MAXWELL.We flinching advocate of Southern institutions, the vehicle I ,where 1 shall b happy l"nietth, :
being don to rttr our z.l arrangements between Missouri question much worse one than the Proviso commend Col. WHITNER to the v(4 rs of of amusing and instructive thought upon all SIX A. FSHE- :
Pensacoia and Tallahassee to either Leon county possessing an' unequalled knowledge proper subjects. hether of scence. literature. or erit and er (11or. s .
u: Key Wet, for it contl'mpltf excluding slavery (thoughit a information ; in a it a welcome deceased : SO ofn :
oa the Golfer AtUnic side la and sound practical experience in relation to the general ol'
fact. Key West is already existed there) ftom a State to be formedof visitor at once tn the merchant and the me- -
wholly vithowt a nail, and the entire Atlantic ..idecr territory already ours, should not appreciate the School and State lands. The importance o guarding ahanic,the student and the farmer' ,shall b* our constant a R. FORTUNE, S

tbe peainsula below Srna. and tbe Gulf side lesson taught by the result of the heated controversy and practically applying the large amourt uf pub endeavor ; anti if, in addition to t this, we !shallbe July mad permanent arrangmevt in New

Wlow Tampa. that question gave rise to. We advise them to refresh lic domain generously given u* by Congress will be enable to by strengthen extending then our circulation\ which bind through our theintl'rin. beloved by wkktt: of b"i flour keep constantly Bacon of all on .1'!
The General Post Office bas jost made by every one. This donation, properly supply ,
a contract their memories of that contro"my.and probably concede State and Cify together, and to secure that which he will guarantee in all cases of
*ilh one gentlewa in Charleston for a steamboat I they will see that there is not so much cause for managed will prove an unroingled Llwsug to present oneness o sympathy and feeling ro '*ential to the WILL to be sold a low for cash any in

mil twi a month from Charleston to Key If e and thinking we slumber over an earthquake. I is lo and future inhabitants unskillfully controlled prosperity of both we shall fiiid our labor amply wishing orders filled in New a Orleans

., fo about$43OJ per annum-the steamer th part of statesmen to be guided by excited imag it will be a curl because expectations wit be raised repaid. S confinne Ladies to.a be has an accent who makes it his
enable to connection
To us! our present July
at the market
U b at least IOOQ tons burthen,and suitable for a inations. Let our friends refer to past times, and only to b doomed to bitter disappointn Col.Whitnrr .. however, and to do all that we would wish to do in .. lowet I

var-rteamer. BL'Aagvstiae' wu specified .an in- then renew their reflections in a sober strain, and we bas devoted much time to this natter, and the way improving .The Georgian," we must :

tarmediate t stop in tbe law but same doruBBts doubt not they will come to the conclusion that it is aided by his clear head and industrious habits, will look for an increased support from the public; such BX Style of Shower Baths
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(ode by the citizens of St. Augustine tot quite sufficient to move alcmg in the old DmOrticf b able to mark out some definite course of action at we now solicit and confidently WM. expect.H. BULLOCH. at the Tin Manulaeol. which arc :

Post Master General, showed that a rteamer of rk let, in relation to this all-important and absorbing HENRY JACKSON.. July and such a every person ought to I

t he size proposed amid not enter and n we have said on this subject has cot been matter. .heJl during bf weather.
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*** uxrtpvt if.rL&cJport.. Te lw & prompted by any fear that there would b a union of Mr. BRANCH has grown to manhood among us.- TERMS: ALL 11,

tad tks extension ef the route t Chagres, and from parties. The thing is utterly impracticable. Black Arduous professional duty bas hitherto kept him in Tm DAIXT GEORGIAN is published tn Sanab. 0 VIecetallco -

t* to the Pacific, and to California and Oregon. cannot be made white, nor white black, without a partial retirement. But need it be said that where at Te} Dollars per annum, payable eiDualJ, are Summer Pb.choice patterns.Just I
is known he He is in adnnce; or Six Dollars for nix deli and for sale
otov Troth and coelesc I a lawyer
b.llnrh. was put in for the whole line radical change. error cannot i appreiatt. o THC GEORGIAN for the enf" is eation to L. GSEENDERG A. CO.
***tkis*M t start fro "n York and go direct and should not. These are not more opposite than clear discernment, and deep erudition, possessingsound puhliAed to meet the arrangement of ,, for leave 1. : -.

"Sanaa,and was not.of.coarse, accepted. Democrats and Whigs as to their principles. Accordingly practical sense, and ranking with Ih highest three times a week (Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur S ) !

.tfad to understand that the Charleston eon-I we find that the organ of Whiggery in this; in 'the profession. His pecuniary interest would day.) st the office of the Daily Georgian, and contains Jnfy n DR. J. 8. BON

1 4. trads,7 agres) to touch at Fernandina, i if they State, the Sentinel, rje. the proffeted union. make him _safe and intelligent agent the people. Miscilianeous ill the intelligence. including Cmrial._ Political. pub and i. | trl th.ri

b n C d e.ithot loss This was t.b nptr There can b BO onion, We do not doubt that be would render important service Usne4 in the Daily Paper.Df TiE I: ua Hotel.arroooding: S
T abandonment of principU in th. Legislature. i This paperis sent to all parts of the State and F.b '. *
h disposi- such If
professes every as witht a >7. 43
lies. .'Mle prop slander both Whip JOHN CASOW is an old resident, and as such, well : TJnfos. or delivered in the cty. at Fire Dollars notice 5
i by the inhibition of the nl a upon p
Icis,toaflort a : b to abao. known. is a trite maxim, that when a man manages assets ; O at Three na, six Ith pliO Bareraeh fcr Sale, .:
es ail facilities ia Florids, ashecan I and Democrats to nppoM Jhey are s Tts* WKEXI.T GEORGIA is every Friday I ; le J <
tl)7' understand hart heretofore manifested his own affairs w.1. be will make a sa/. and at Three Dollar annum-all Of : has a light it
;that vast interest the Gt don principle which they aaernoon. per pay i r.BAC
5 *,,* It belie all their for- tenet worthy agent. Mr. Cason has done this. His it> advance. <*d)thitb,. "
Cmt'tb will fo t* nroeh rrenoted zest to ale
' by i. o citize0s. j taerptofosstons.such mailfain. w(1 large iote* *1 in Leon- e nrty would insure his eon- I I nnah. Gt., Aognst, 1947. I Joly :> 1 49 J- R FOJ fl

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."i.t. '".. New Store. and New Goods, -New Foundry, UNITED STATES MAIL AMENDMENTS TO THE Chw1ng-Tobacco. "_$Ute of Florida.Jzrtisox "

;I .,\: 1- ft ttorre fcrie* .the corner of AND Orea CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.I A SUPERIOR article in ball poood' lamp*, for CIRCUIT COCRT. !*'<*_C'nY

t t. and.McCarthy et.. opposite E B .0 .. 17,FRNISHNG Canal street WARHOUSI >.OK) ItD ASP AGREED TO IT THE I ECO"D QKJr.I sale by BIRCHETT 4. LmDENBERCER William Bail/,AAa'r. de font Ian.ef lob IM

1 t f.".: Drug :'forvadnecrtke .anlA'cuJlarket I R. IRA ASSKMBT ; SCEJtCT TO Tilt ACTIOXOr Jolt 3. 1s.41. 50Notice. l o .deceaed CsseW.j
# Ooute, vill i THE undersigned' beg leave to announce to Pub THE HZXT GCMEKAX. AMEK91.T.Jtn I,.
; 6 fH. I hrr. and Printers, that they have "'abl.he I Ransom J. Roberts.tt al., Dqntd
.k 1 AOL2IEALAs.oRTttXTOp: I a complete aJ extensive TYPE .'U. /nUE firm of II. Seward A. Co."and" Kirksey TTspperiag 10 the aractioa

:'I t t,1': I Fancy, Silk and Staple Dry GoodsBonnetsj ,-- city. The Book Letter o' this Founr was cut to Jet so to amend the Constitution of inhabitants this State JL SewanT is this day dissolved by mutual con JL fidavit made in this caiurthat ee-Ransom ., .
FSOX CIIATT\HOOCHIE TO rOKT OAIKC5N 0.\ as to extend free white male j i
to ,
f order by wurkmen of long and, as no all is authorized settle all
..1 Hats, Boot Shoes.Hardware, ( utio sent. James Kirksey to business Elijah Roberts ind David Eaiamie, .
V was spared to obtain the hindiomc-it and after the first 1 Wood Willow, CrokerJa Stone Ware, expense face O have resided tctthin this State one the elective connected same. side out of tlio State of Florida, sand that F 1't-
: & Glass* Ware, Groerie. & and to peifeet it in every respect, we will venture tosay winberunregnlarlyinTWOHORSESTAGES.The 'anchise. year James Kirksey will continue the business at the Williams Administratrix of Wjllism H. Wimf*"
t" HEADV MADE CLOTIIIMJ.cossimnc it "i be found as bntme. if not the hand und bined. havingthe contract toarry the fi old stand of Kirksey St. Seward, where he will be deceased resides in the Eastern Circuit **
/ the United have also mail on this route intends to give 1. Be it enacted o. the Senate and ef Fl,
soiaest StIN. a very every facility Jo SECTION pleased to receive a continuance of the favors of Lu n is Ordered That said Ransom J. !
: li. : 1 OF THE FOLLOWING: hand omj.as-ortcicnt of Mowers and Job Lterf travellers who may wi>h to take this rouf, by Co. Representatwe of the State of Florida old friendsand those of Mr. II. R- Seward. Roberts and David Emacoel. do Roberts iii']rja\

:1 Ladies Bstiege and Muslin, in dress palens. the bt.t st>le< to which we would call alen. lucibus Ga., North. in General JstemUy tontened. That the first JAMES KIRKSEY month., and said: Frances Williams appear- low

;: ,. Tarlton, Organdeo and Painted tina of Printers bvfore purchasing elsewhere. Good stages, the beat ef teams, and obliging driver clause of the sixth article of the Constitution be so HANSEL R. SEWARD.Tallahassee. said. within two mouths from the date AJ'1.H ar *

; t.< "- Book, Mall S.viss and Jacne.do... articles nufactuied. by us shall be of a material"ual. ; in a word, every pains will be taken to give amended as fellows,viz: Every free white male per. June 26, 1547. 50 lication of this order and hew of t a. p-
.1 :.. ;ti 1 .iibarredanIetripeCimbrics. if nut superior, to any manufactured at the sat isfact ion,(and especially during the season of high son ot the age of twenty-one yean and upwards and should not be- revived, sod ntue "ky lhislDit
.' White and Tarlton Muslin, ; aid a we shall sl Type at New York prices teater,) to hose who may choose this route Ncrth. I who shall be, at the time of ottering to vote, a citiZen W. 8. DBLWORTM) filed in.thin.ow. otherwise answer the CTM
back trust to meet The will leave Chattahorchie Tuesdayand : of the United States, and who shall have resided a decree rnui.7.ctht
: I to .t r .. _. Baricec.T vie eDCcuraZl tnt. stage every same will Dsss.'and I the original bill
: { CenBirieeBlzck Ihl\ .Lace and LYe Vclfc. We aro now prepared manufacture BRASS RULE Friday at 6, A. M arrive at Fort Gaines next and had his habitation dcmicil, home and place of Attorney at Law ( .41f.1l it ifiirth.er be Iesse. k-r (or COG-
.i and We I 12 M. Leave 'ort Gaines Wednesday abode in Florida."for one year next Xonticello Jefferson County Florida Ordered, Th5
.f. Ginghams. fancy and solid color rYI'Eofany raaznitudewith promptness. days by every permanent preceding this order be published in 0
Baricge; and Muslin embroidered Shatvj. would also partiealarlv call the attention of Printers and Sdturdat. at !, P. M arrive at Chattahoo-: tbe election at which he shall offer to vote attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle! the Middle Cucuit cf Florida same newspspep,5c- .

Do. and Silt Scarfs to our LCADS, Lat.ng: an entire nov set of chic next days bv S, P. 3!. acd w\o shall, at such time and for six months immediately WILL- t.and of th. County of Columbia of the months. Sin..d once a ..k Cer *
'.. t F silk Handkerchief*, I moulds: by which we are enabkd to furnirli a perfect Persons travelling from Columbus Ga., via Fort preceding said time hate had his habit Eastern Circuit.Floricta. THOMAS( )

:," 1 .cc Cambric. article UV are also AgcnU fur n.t sale of the Gaincs, BLkeley, Chattahoochie, Quincy (ta Talla- lion omicil, home and place of permanent abode, Monticello, August 22, 1846. 5 3. 1Q475 .)B.\LTZD.L JItJfJIY ,.
I '1 Do. do. lljkfs. pi.!, hem.stitche and Napi. Washington and! Smith: prE r*?. which hjssoewill find this the mOt e\j>editious route. in thi county in which he may offer to vote shall be 41b

... ,j rtbrodcr.: i together with! Cha!<*s, Cases, C 'IJo icls.: Fur- T. D. WILSON, Proprietor. dceirtd qualified voter at all elections under this Law Notice.BROCKENBROUGII Jefferson County
Black ftnry Kid Gloves. r.iturr, Ink, and every other required in the Quincy, June 2'3 l>47. 49 ''in Con:itution! and none others, except in elections by TAX
: : Silk metalic and velvet Work Pockets, Printing business\ill be kept on hand and furnished - --- .- - -. .- srtiual ticket in the State or District prescribed by & MAXWELL. COLLECTOR'S SALE
I. Bl ck, white and fancy coloured silk Mitts. at rnanuaoture? prices. U. S.' MAIL LINE haw in which c.lst's. the elector must have been are T>Y virtue or authority v.,ed h me

.. White and black twist silk Glove. Editors and Printers: Uhin to establish a \H'pJpr >il!'nt of the State one sear next preceding the expose for sale>berner ti.*C : :
.i Lisle Edin. Muslin Edgings and Inserting.. or Job Pnnt.iiiT; Otm: b furnished with -= 1'J elcftion.and six months within the election district l'XTM.V V II.in BROCKENBROUGH time to attend all the will Courts return to of Florida the Jlonticello. Jefferscn Ccunty Cn the 'i a

4 .. Elack silk Lace, I to 8 in. wide. a in dctillor t> .m staring the size }J. in which he offers to vote. ProrAted, That no solir !- First .llonda1 in OddJa
$1"f Counties
i A Middle and Jackson and Franklin
: Circuit 1I't.
I aud.Babbin Edginc and Laces. lof the paper or thl particular style and quantity; of s "o"t (! keainan or marine in the regular Army or Navy in West Florida. B. i M. will also attend the the following property, or 10 JUt tbere'A
: P and Sun-shades work to b? exeIltf. id cfn United States unless he were a qualified elec- pay the State and County Tuas doe as "in
time will be
and Federal Court Their ther
China straw and fancy Muslin Bnnet. Ct:3-: The proprietors of newspaper who publish _N", 'orrif this State previous to his enlistment as such Supreme yen 1S-a6. vix:; > t.-t th
i -- -- 1 : noted exclusively to the legal profession, and
China and do. do. ., this advertisement six months,and send paper soldier seaman or marine in the Regular Army or United E&, S E 4. Sec. 29. T. J. R. 3, .
I Mil for the attentive
Tallahassee claims against the Stales, E. w
From to Mac'on.Thrcu.h
office Navy of the United States or of the service NL1NE .
Bonnet Flowers and Ribbons, to our weekly, v\ ill he paid for the advertisement revenue 4, 12.T.IR.3N&.O _
:. .. Lutestring Ribbnl. assorted.Fancy by (I'irrlusinj sitimes the amourt of advertising in forty-tico hours from Tallahassee tl.Uacu.1 shall he considered a resident of the Sate in consequence prosecution Washington.of which arrangements have been madein NWjNWj"; 33, T. J. R. 3. N.t. e..cO

..( Neck Ribbons, bill in T 'pe. and la Charleston in three days, of being stationed within the same. N1V4,5E4," 25TlR3N&E,40 ..4
p Black and white silk Hoe, GREEN & CO. in unit lo take the 'tlail Boat on Parsed Senate, December 1 I. 1546. March 1t. 1947. 31BlacksmithlngHorseshoeing SE4SWj. 2fI. T. J R. 3.N.t. .

White brovva, and slate col'd ditto Jane 20, ll7. 43 f.m ICanal St. Row. .\'ILI"'It. tftf"ftjl/tt?- ffaitTIirStagt D. H. MAYS. President._nn. -Sonat-..-.-.. NWI.NEI'Ji.T.IR.3N&E,4o E..cO .
bae. i MunJo1Yf.1 II. .% i &n-'i : &c.
Misses white do. do., > will ieate TalUlisssec on &CliKa r Township lPnga Z.\ .t.
r Feather and paper painto}Fans ( Notice. .\s, and Kridajs, at I oVltvk. A. M., P**ed house, Dec lC.ho r It, Sid.. ferson County. E.JJiol in Jef
:. and blue and arrive ia :( rio Uo1iI liJe New- ROBERT BRO \ N, Speaker Ho. undersigned has made arrangements to carry
( Pink, white, tule. straw Flmence. perjc.is having chums: against the estate of acuJ. ( Q'tircj j Reps. THE SMITH ST3IKINS
.; ; Long Irish Linen Liuca Sheeting, ALL Putter, late of Washington County, de. ton, Albany Anericu, and P' ry.) on Tnp'. lajs. M. D. P.u-r.Cleifc. the BLACKSMITH'S BUSINESS in all its Sh. and U officjaTax. Col. .

Linen L'n.. d3mn ceased will resent them to the s.bsribr within Thursdays, and Sattircs! ut 10 o'clock. P. M, i in I I branches. He has paid particular attention to Horse- June 2'. 1847. -19 t. Jet C.,
BirdVe Diarer. Linen Dowlu! the time law barred time fur the car for Savannah. LE'a'in1laeoll shoeing, and feels confident that he ran give satisfaction -
Linen Napkins, rrt. rbe,1 by 01 they ; on ..Inlet to amend the Constitution nf this State
.. o Russia Dnper. Crash and Hurkejtack Toweling, and those indebted to udestate will make paymento Mondays, Wednesdays, and Frua\s.! at ,1 o'cKick A I as to rm'te the sessions of the General .1IJ so to any who may favor him with their workin S. F. DURNEY -

,1 6 to 12Lr*"aid bleac'.ied: Cut. Sheeting;;, the sub,rrilr.. 3 kf., and arriving in Tallahassee on TU -.. ..':. TLurstjs biennial insteail of annual. "JI/ this respect. Hi shop is in the rear of the City Ha.Just Reeelred per Schr. Tallahassee
I Col'd Cambrics- white and brown Holland I :: VTHANIEL MILLER, Executor. and S'jturda\s at J'i o'cloiL, P. M This line j Hotel and adjoins the Livery Stable of Messrs. Mil New frs,,
4 Alaska. Bombazine, "Ik Velvet, black Satin ,f Jane 12. 117.. 47 2m connects with the Central nail Road.Savannah- OECTION 1. Ke it enacted li',/ the Senate and ler Si Brokaw. His prices will be very liberal and Orleans (really and not poetically,) u4
---- --------- I O house of Reprecntatites of the Slate of Flo- he respectfully solicits a share of public now opening;
a"d W patronage.
Dress and Fort.iture : *. lUita. MiUpdjfevillti -
I Cruel of nimber Ib.d Cal! Notice tmb-js, Ga. It .Ko co-mccS with the Mail Line i rvlain Gciitru.1femlly concened,That the second HENRY B. FITTS. pLAID Ginghams iSwiw, =u.iin.

Tape. Needles. Silver Tiimll: Fancy Binding, i HEREBY .rivea, that George Russ, one of the from Quinc\ t<) Chatta.o! iis-: and IheiiCt-! ,> Aj'J- I. c 3-j:- i>t the fourth article of the Constitution of June 19. 1547. 4S 5t _U French do, :Irish Linen.

.. .. r'amber. various Slr.., sncy i:Ik Trimmings, IS t,.iu "1 lio! estate of James. H'ISS.' late cf the arhicola. PJ'S-n] TS at t: r. from T,1!!;.:l.r.>.< *' to ( (hit Stale be so aiueiiJed as to read as follows, viz : Notice. Hatieste do. .Mo j ito"Netliiir.

.. White, brown aad fancy cdour.-d Linens,(or ner.s' County vl Jackson in thp Slate cf Florida, doc.d., Columbus in thref di\s, ;rst J hIlt one niit will beoent :d. The meiiiber ot the lliu-e. of Representativesshall Rik & se bile n_, A-,-.,. .p.e."... "i.e":11_ I'1I..n _.
'. wear I has tins:. djy, by his attorney filed his petition before on the road rtween Taillha.'e! ar.d Micon. I' he chosen by the qualified votes, and shall SIX months after date I shall present my account Mourning o.sIics. ;Cot, OsnaburgsrVmfed UJ.Ido'et.and
: The a."urcl! that serve for the term (,f two wars, from ai.d after the vouchers to the Hon. A. McDonald Judgt I browa
t Fancy coloured Cotter t the Jad-eof the Pt..bate Court of I thabaid County, I public may rc!t eerattention will 1 Muslins. ; domestics.
bu t.e! day ut he fit election ui. .f and Fancy ..JtsoitmentJIciis fi.r a diti'utsos i : of sid estate ; and that threedeaths paid to comfort cf tho--e! who m..* pitronue ana Muslins,
f .. Pretty from t >Ie dite i.: this notice, he ask fur his Line. II aid: no lunger: and tl'e sessions of the Cfnral apply for a discharge as Administrator of the estateof ALSO:

;. : Bendy ?Iidc ClolhiuG. I an enter f.r a di.-ir.butou.. ; "il I FAKK: : ,' Airbly shall. be biennial, aid commence on John W. Richardson late 0: said County deceased.S. 5 hhda. Bacon Hams, 3 bbU No. 2

HATS. 1mRELLS. E. F. DCNNARD.Attorney FromTallhas--, (Z'si-cv,2 &}: to E.1I.LriJgr: the fourth Monday November, in each and every B. RICHARDSON. 5 .. Sides. 1516, Mackerel

.. Patent and Call Bool. I. e pceged, for Petitioner.Jn $3 ; to -\I"'a:1Y. 5-1 t. iilJ to Mjoon, $r!i 'I >rron
Calf Bootees, do. (. do.Fsjhio.nb'.e :. I 12. 1-17. 47 : a. Beaver and Leghorn hats, fiy JOHN! M I YARN Azent. Sec. "2. Ue further enacted, That the third clause 3 tb tJ. .. and Bro"

Men and Bos' Palm lil, and Billiard Room. f,- Office! at the Pantei'! !!!M.1. Talihi! 'pp-C. !! of the fourth article; of the Constitution be amended ALL persons having demands spins the estate of June 12, 1S4741 Surar.

.. Cotton Ginghams and Umbrela. FLORIDA. E. BAILEY, A.ent ; at MJ|. NATHANS, in Quir.cv. .Iothatthemlr..halr.i follows: 3d. That the Tucker, late of Leon county deceased, -
Hard !fTCELLO. 17 .',-> Representatives shall chosen on the first Monday will take notice that they must i/resert them to theundersigned DR.
Wae. July 1"7. J. REESE'SLIVER
c milE HO'i;rsi'rrsed r'iDwtfulv! informs his friend ;n ti.. .,.nll. .r f\..... ;.. _s. _".I _".__U .1I authenticated within the time
tenant and wood Saw. ---- duly ,
hand key. '
Mill cOii.cct. I Jar.J the pn' !ir'iat'| tv ia, s'oencJ AND I :
Auen. and braceswith.bitt* assorfd. I ; \ Notice. I ;;arniandaltertheirst, election und'r; this amended prescribed by law,or this notice will be plead iu bar .& DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.
fle BILLIARD H X>\1 ia Mcntccllo on the % side 1
I-' .. Knob, plate stock, pad trunk, chest, cupboard I I of the public quire fvr their : and SIX months after tte.! I !!ill ,'ri-o-nt nv accounts rrnfttuticnor: on such otter day as may of their recovery. "OERSONS of feeble con.titu4. and those
rted, b! d.reefed bv law. JOHN WILSON Admr. sedentary
till :
hore and nd vouchers to the Hon. habits
bx. uk.l solicits I heir His BILLIARD TABLE is Jude f Probate in -L are often troubled
and butchers do., I.I patronage Sec. 3. Be further enacted That the fifth clauseof Junel9,1547. 451SAXDS' with habitoal
I Knives, i and for the cf .
County Jefirr-.on and cc.tiTeiitw
tale and Forks I on. cf the >u".t approved pat tern,ard i it in excellent! apply for a discharge the aforesaid article be ,., amended zs to read which cften exerts a very uafavcrable,
Carvinz Kni\e I His i is as Administrator de lonis non of the c-state as influence their
order. stored with the beat ll'intr Li-
upon genera health which
left of Old Rough and Ready Ra I DAr: of Everett Vhite. Lie ul said Count dL' .!. f"llw', viz: The eiaton! shall be chosen by the SAKSAPARILLA partic
:!( ularly manifested
.' : 'wr : ab. a variety qualified elector, for the term c.f four ears, a't theShoe irregularity,if not total of
Srp ,I, T10N,\UY. His rooms will be opened at all hours, t. BEATTY.Moriticello tim in the FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE appetite. In this condition of the system, this &e-
table and
and Britannia same manner, and in the
t German : tjb'.e: f'a. day evening; and, by attention to business July :j, J 1SJ7. 50 Cm same OF ALL DISEASES ARISING[ FROM AN tide is confidently recommended with the
.. anJ table and tea Spoons, I I'j at c.ric place where they vote for Uiembera of the House of ajsvaoct
tea, that if the
and a desire to please he to rive general IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOODOR dos'ii
hopfs satisfaction t. properly adjusted
and :. Brass Kettles, Representatives; and no person shall be a Senator sv as not to
Box cofl fifth, trace, halter 1s. dos Chains tu his cuatou.erb Cal and see him. unless lie lw a white mar, a citizen of the United HABIT: OF THE SYSTEM move bowels ton actively, relief ma: be relied:
Iig, BARRINGTON.( received direct: trim' New Orleans: hv J. R. Statesand sh-ill VIZ: upon withoct tny or even the least Pnplnsict eonSenUCnCf
Wafle and I S have been inhabitant of -
I Grid-iron, an this State
Wrought iron Wafer.irorst ,. ..____ ___
J !! .>k /
J, IS17. 41 FORTUNE, schr. White n -,
Collins' No. I A .e.. Steel Tra .:, :Monficelto. :r ptr Wing for two years next pr-cedinj: his election, and the Scrofula Kings Etil Rheumatism, Obstinate five- medicine- -- 'uuaiv-- -- -- -' '' "viuwLs I'fU
". short-handle% Shards C Casks! clear l 'con Sides last resident of I he dist Cutaneous Eruption,Pirn phi or Pustules tine ] resorted lo.
Ame' Spides. and Ion; and ; ; jear a net or county for which on Persons '
.,. : Suiths. shrub Scjthes. and reap Hooks, I Dot and Shoe Making- 2 Shouldtrs! he shall be chosen, and shall have attained the age Fact, Blotches, Bile Chronic Sot'e Eyes, Ring preventive subject to Bilious Chtlic may rely on ill*

Fair and goodu[>ply Mechanic Tools and un& purchased 2 Hams. of tsvent-fiveears. ll'onn or Teller, Scald Head,Enlargement and properties of this medicine by win it CA
Many, articles in the Hird-warc line not THE'ire stock and material c.f LUAESIEyri.ij 15 Kez- Leaf Lard.. &1". 1.:Be il'fuithtr ,' That th?sixth clauseof Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, the first iatimt: a of an apprcachi.ng aIl3l'. Timer

many cent1ntd. I l .**! ), who is aoullcninJ the State, 2 BbU. the aforesa article be so amended a* to read as Syphilitic Symptoms, Sciatica or Lttnibago, and are BilMi some Fever constitutions Jiat''e; to regular attacks of

S and Wood Ware. I respectlully his friends and the 2 Hhds Brown Sugar, fullows. viz: The classification of Senators, as made Diseases arising from an injudicious tIe of.Mer- this medicine Ui is almost every fall ; to such the use of

i. "!. Willow public that he is at present at the old stand where 1 Bbl. Drifd Beef, at the first session ol the General Assembly held in cury,.iscites or Dropsy, Exposure or Imprudence recommended beginning to mo it
: Churns, 3 sizes Tubs of all sizes, I he is prepared to execute all work in his {me with & Sacks Rio Coffee. the year 1S45, shall ccntinue unchanged ; one half in Life Also Chrome Constitutional. ',. I.Those by the middle of May or first of June.

Well Buckets,Pails,Brasi and iron-bound Buckets, J promptness and doj j>itch. He has on hand the finest 3.; Ebh. St. Louis Flour. cl whom, as nearly as possible, shall be chosen forever preparation is a combination hitherto un whose digestive organs art feeble often experience -

Heelers,. BreaJtrajs.Voodiaea>ure", of calf skins, a.d all Soils of materials and 10 hf. bbN. hereafter_ biennially_ __ for the_ term_ of_. .fnur_ .. _. .. rillS a sense fullness, weight and oppression
and Carriages, for children wi n.u n n.' eo \*>"r. in the history of Medicine.' di-Terine. entirely 2hn1\1 .I"., _.5---. .. .,)... _d.__ .11 "_ JJ ..,_ ,
Willow Chairs make ut h(,it and the best C dozen Cbrit. Provided however and it i ii ----- vu. M MI* "wtiu!, .IU SLIM lui> KCOJ
Market ditto nftirf in manner, I hereby declared, that in its character and operations from the various cine afford almost imme?:
I Work Baskets, ad Co\cre TLEMEN'S) TOOTS .ANDSHOEScf every descrip June 12, IS 17. 47 the term of office of that rlass of Senators unexpi- ; preparations of Sarsaparilla which have been near their confinement< ate nlief.Ladies
Groceries. tion. Boot (Jtld. soled,ant 1 otherwise, repaired in red at the first election under the amended Constitution at different times offered to the public. It act .pe- heartburn and costiveoes often suffer from
ONLY. : Ibis;
Youn? oaImjKnal and Ju\cLogTeu. go stile and charges. He will war shall extend to,and expire on. the first Monday cifically upon the whole system thereby bringing it highly recommended, as U c.u v-snco-J 0-.t article_; ,v is_
." Rio and Java CoCe. his work to b equal to any done in the place, in October eighteen hundred and fifty under Its direct amt miretf.'ate Influence. Although I !least danger,and rit h neat benefit. In sick or nervous .
, ,;" Butter and \VaUr Crackers and to giv.- ai Jo satisfaction I to fitting &t any SPRING STYLES-1S47. Sec. :. Be it further enacted That the first election possessed of powerful healing effects yet it is entirely headache it is i ihvsluatle.Th .

I line Hcrrinzs, in burt!!, other Wtr r.au, for Assemblymen under this amended Consti. harmless. so that it cannot injure the most delicate .clce will'be found to act as a plesant -

I." : No. 1 and. Mackerel;:, in i tibia brand, IS 10, JOHN LERCH. I LEE & BREWS TEH tution, shall take place on the first Monday in Octo- constitution. When in perfect health no effect dial and tonic vectoring the ajpr.tite, Std nt; th! *
.. 10 Jbbl*. Fulton Market, No. 1 Beef, Msv -, 1-47 -42 tf ber, eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and the first i is produced by its use except an increase of appetite same time fulfilling every intention that the ..amnon
S. White Beans, dried \pplC and -- -. 41 CEDAR STRCET, :EYORK, session of the General Asserrbly, under this amend- ; but when disease is seated in the frame and purgatives are intended to effect. U purely
&.dines, 10 nie.. soused Pies-feet -i iJ Bc; leave to inform Dealers in L'n Goods, teat they : dod Constitution,!hall commence on the fourth Monday carrying fast its victim along the path of life then etable and, when used according to the directions teg-

:' bbls. and ihhl L mall S>rup, have received and are now exhibiting, at THE I in November, in the year eighteen hundred and its mvsterious influence is felt and seen ; it enkindles will b?found an;invaluable article especially to those
Four Starch WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Printed Calicoes forty-eiftht. new life, and vigor. and brings health and strength afflicted with
_' Sperm Candles, Peail Dispepslj: Dtiat;cinett of the Liver,
-. S. Colcate pale Soap, brown and t.jilt tie Soaps, ; I Passed Senate, December 2"2, I".Ii. to the suffering and diseased. or General Debility*, -
5;25 GASES D. H. MAYS, President ol Senate. "TRUTH is STRANGER THA.N Ficno.v."-LET
Pickles, assorted Cat.ups, ascrl-, Prepared by Dueler J. KtCio,GriS 1, Pike county
Olive Oil, loaf and- Suar, t', rnprisitu, all the : H. ARCHER, Secretary o' Senate. THE FACTS SPEAK FOR THEYULYJThe following Georgia and for sale by appointment at
Scotch ol CrSle. 'ori. \'cn' I'illSI'lc,. I Passed House of Representatives, December 29, certificate is only another link in the great chainof E. BAliNARD., Jr's.,
: S.ut.Spices, a"srh.-. Of British, I're ii1a, a..l'lmtrican_, Manufacture; 1S4<>. testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and Droll Store Talhhassee.
t .:_ Putty hnad, White Lead. Window Glass, GREAT ARRIVAL \hicl in ADDITION to their usual strck, render I ROnERT CROWN, Speaker Ho. of Keps.M. bo convinced. What it bus done once it will do DANIEL LADD, Nevvort,

Train, L'nic, and Lamp Oils\ 3O Bushels, or 25,000 Boxes of their assortment ore (If the most U-autiLl 1 and attractive I D. P APT, Clerk Hocse Reps. again. Monticello,

':.: Good sm' kirj? and low puce Tobaccot's, in the city ; ai.d \\m\tj*jvitx.en purchased _Febmary_27, 1S";. 31 _. 6n CHARLESTOWX Mass., Sept. 23J, IS 16. Quincy,
Powder Shot, Lead, tc- ic. &c. Dr.) Gordon's Family} Tills FOR fISH AM) ShORT CREDIT, -- This may certify that my son, now aged seventeenhas HARDY BRYAN
'i' I I SHERWOOD'S been for ten afflicted irb the scrofulous Agent for Thomas
= years ,Georgia.
and demand for this
1 n.t increasing new and Are offered by the piete or ckaje on the same
.. c: The inhal>Uants of the city and county, 1_ j'iily! celebrated medicine and the numerous t>rtm, at and below! mannUcturrts/ )"iCes.Catalogues MAGNETIC REMEDIES GOLD PILLS AND humor. At Iheag'e caused of seven this years humor he tc had the measles its May 22. lU'I"
of counties, are re- cures the are daily ettecting, in all of the of which probably pake appearance an'd
p a-.d a.ju'cnt particularly) portions prus (corrected daily,) are placedin in Lit Deaf Dtimb
most covering
I MAGNETISED PLASTER. a singular 'way bOliyfrom sylum
'., quested to c/l "IJ sec fur themselves-and, e'/> c. countiy where they hate been introduced, of Dysepsia the hands of bu\ers. his head his feet withmalltumors. I
ally, we call the attention of the L.u'rEI.ynole |> ; Lner Coioplaints and EiHiou: Diseases, Purchasers will inform themselves of tie state of For Chronic Disease of the Organs and Limbs. suIted a Doctor of Medicine, and he examined con-him OF KENTUCKY.

tat was If rer know to c-rr. It ,.i afford me (treat' with their well known attendants Sick Headache the market and be "ell repaid for an examination, /CHRONIC DISEASES ol the three days in succession and not understating .il E subscriber,as the resident agent of the said

,. ., pleasure to.diJit before them diversified and &c., has iinluctd the undersigned to make arrange- even if they do not p'irchakC. I' Vy claw Hypertrophy, may invariably advised me to consult Dr. Rogers,ol New York .3. Institution,offers for sale fn tracts, and upon
:) attractive .1C'U in Stcre.lmn mpT>'*hI re-e'ise i )Iiuhck direct from the pioprietor, L. & B. have r.eciiisradsa.itagesnrexscutirgor.ders ;- Le diitingu-aned by the case I then being a resident of that city. After a long terms to suit purchasers,about Four Thcuacd Acres

; '. ".lat and p'jnttual attendance, mil f>e and would say to their lIut crc.u,CUi.merlf.t that they (or prints ivhich respectfully, Kolritcd. i pain which I is produced by pressure and critical examination, having more than thirty of LAND, situated in the county of lad,co. in the

paid to 41 orders sent me. F. BUBNEY. are prepared to supply. : them wLolcsile, and retail at LEE & HUEWSTER, .I _____) H- on the ganglions of the spi- other medical gentlemen with him at the same time, State of( Florida. Also. the Eight It Locate, to a
S. New Yolk ice
pi 4,1 Cedar Street. I f \1 5- J nil nerves, in the interverlebral he pronounced it Scrofula, or Ki.isfs; Evil. The limited extent.
; :; April l1. 1517. 33 {SL5TlELple3Copy THOMAS M. TURNER, Satannah. January 23, IS J7. 27 I12S I I "4spaees along each side of the child was then prescribed for,and commenced taking The above lands were selected at an early! date,by
A large stock o: th# excellent Pills Jut received. ._ an experienced judge,and are believed to be amongst
- '-- --- --- I I .1 I spine no name may medical drugs from that time. lIe worse until
and 'for sale, at 25 cents sec Lox. wit h full directions, grew the finest in .
; Peters' Vegetable Pills by LEWIS&. AMESMILESNAatl.and! EDWARD M. D. PAPY 1\ -j have been given to he malady by June of 1S37. and then his bones became affected in the COQnl, C.
H physicians,nosologisls or other of the that hud been him.A ,
mighty and in this case has BARNARD, Viihsee! Fa.. and un enquiry will I t t.t consequence mercury given ." ent of D. tc D.J. of
Truth I* be found in al) the towns and in the if @m: :ti I.t.W __ medical. writers. The pain thuss piece of bone came away from his uncer.jaw. in Ay-
.-. Prevailed villages I ;-+- -- produced will be more or lets'severcaccordingto the first I Quincy June 12, 1847. 47 ly
: and We.t. WILL Practice all the Courts in the Middle place, as large as an English; walnut a piece
'" from the first b"cn a favorite May S, 1617. 47 Cm'T'HE Office on the first (f.ocr ofbe: Capitol 1 -- the intensity from his forehead as large as a .ix-ence. and a piece
; PEES rILL i of the disease, or its active or from the of his head. New Books, c.
'j Suth. but now their consunip.e South win?. room fount rly occiipied by the I I r-=T, = near crown It then went to
tion 1ccne to no .etion. In the North, the Secretary of the TirntcrNo '" .t< passive slate at the time. Pressure the back and side, and discharged in three places. TUST received per Brig Detroit Oraco,a Narrative

e East confue. as beyond the })"tomac: *.ember 15, t ISJ.. 17 ---- on the eanclions next above -From.___ tK._..n/._*_> In._ nn_'.._ nf__ hi4_._ n limh_'__._ .-----00-naratin",, .in.. _rnn._- J of Adventures i in the South Seas by Herr n Mel-
S in llurope.: South (wel, India, and the West IndIes -- ----- ,-- I the first cervical vertebra indicated in the annexed sequence of the ulceration, the muscles) tnd cord vile ; Webster's Domestic Economy acd Hc-usekesp.

". ;!: they are kuown and appreiate. The demandfor JOHN insiiiAE, I engminzby No. 1. determines tubercular disease of from the bones of the ankle joint on the back part.- ing Cinq Mars, by And DC Vigny,
: them no parallel of medicine, I the Head and Brain, Throat Eyes or Ears ; on the He had at one time fifteen running sores or issues Castle of Ehrcnstein. by James.
( I and it may h sid ot their advocates ATTORNEY AT LAV space No. 2, that of the Muscles, Joints or Limbs ; from the glansof the throat and those place* I have Arthur Martin by Charles Burdett

.i a' The cry is still they come !" Qulucy, Florida i on the spece No. 3, that of the Lungs; en the space mentioned. In 1640,1 lived in Portsmouth, N. H., Alice Gordon by,Joseph Alden' ,
:; :. In all diseases of the stomach the abdominal via.j WILL attend the Ju-tice Courts ofGadsdcn No. 4, that of the Stomach ; on the space No. 5, that and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever which Anthon's Cesar. Anthon's Sallost.

'.,.j errs, the liveror the system generally their alternative success of these Pit's' in curing in a few the Circuit Court of Middl*Florida of the Liver, and at the letter A, that ol the Spleen ; settled in one of his hips. which swelled as large as Wilberforce's Manual for Communicant*,
,, 'S and tonic properties, actng upon the constituent X hour here all othe remedies have failed, and and the Courts in the adjacent Counties ol Georgia. on the space No. 6, that of the Small Intestines; on three of the other. Being under Medical treatment, Macaulay's Miscellanies Alison's Essays,
propertirt off the produce an immediate that, too, in cases of twelve and eighteen months November 22, 1SJ5. IS tC. the space No. 7, that of the Kidneys ; on t the space they give him laudanum until he l lost his reason.- 'Vilson's"4 .

:.: change, and Lo. perform a radical cure. standing"-warrants the assertion.. ili.-.f If taker- .-. f J- Sentinel copy. ; I No. 3, that of the Uterus; and on the space No. 9, Then I became alarmed and sent for a Thomsonian.His Heman's Poems. Pocket Maps of U. S.& Georgia

.5 :4; Em cording lo the directions, they are a certain cure.A .' that of the Tcstcs. &c. medicine helped his hip and rtsoreJ his reason. Blue Figuered Window Paper 3d inches wide.

,. :. .,.. Extract ol a letter from Dr. Waines, of Philadelphia. long list of certificated in proof of their infalli NATHANIEL HAMLLV, It i. no materwhetherterdcrncrsbe found in one The third time he was attacked with this fever in New Patterns of House Paper, and Borders(or do-

dated February 2, IslU:_" Your Pills are the bility might be added5 but those upon the directions or more places,or whether one or more of the organs 1S42 when hearing of Dr. Sands' Sarsaparilla! and For sale by P. A. HAYWARD.June .
.J ti* mildest ia their operations and yet mOlt powerful in are deemed sufficient. Try them and be convincedthat Factor and Cominhsion Strchari, or limbs be diseased, as the curative cess,under the being perfectly satisfied that all other medicines had 12, IS-I1. 47

Jl ... tbeir effects of any that I have ever met with in a they are the mOat effcctual and certain, and the' NEWORLEANS.I' Use of' these rerredie. proceeds in one and roll of the ailed oi effecting a cure, I sent and procured six\ bottles -

prie of rightao! twenty Drears. Their action on very bet remedy e'er oflered to tne public to insurea I Col. WM. BAILEY, Jtfferson Co.JAS. ) diseased or.IDS and limbs at the same time To de. and by the time he had taken it all I consideredhim NEW BOOKS, &c.
"." of the blood permanent and lanting cure.BKACC' termine the; necessity of these remedies it is "
on the impurities KIRKSLT ": Tallahassee only well. Those places healed he became bright
,,, chyle sr.h > Ru J&JI'tCEli. LUST received per Brig Wakulla An Overland
is evidently Tery.aurrisiflg. SToat Lowdes Co.. Ala., D. LADD &1', Newport. ) necessary to detect the tenderness of the ganglia, iii; and lively -color came to his fate and lips-from J journey round the World ia 1S41 and :1542 by Sir
J' E of a Jejter from Dr. Henry Hall, of Quebec April 29.1815. 5 Febmary 6. 15"7. 0X. anv of the intenertebral spaces on either side of the that time till the Fall of 191. his complaints never .

,2, l I.tnt.. C Maca C, 1SU:-"For billious.fe. ,er Dr. G. A" Tyler:-Dear Sir :-This may certify fpine. These remedies invariably cure every case troubled bio. At that time he became deaf which George Washington Simpson and his General J. T.

sick fCo[ pidity of the bowels, and en. that, aflcr using many preparations for Ih. cure of HI. -1IAitTI., ir. the fir.t stages of IhedineaM, and a great majority continued until last March when his right e). be- A the river by Headliy.EdwvdV
W. H. .
.. argement of tbei)lccn, Dr. Peters' Pills arc an ex Chill and Fever, and expending some fortr-five dol! of',hose in the last, including tubcrcula consumption came affected; from that to the left e\ecovering the A Summer voyage up Arnazonby
lars in ,physician bill, without benefit I Commission and Forwarding Mrrthant, and white swellings. Incipient isfrequertfy the Wilderness by Cbs!. Lanmaa
I cehlent medicine"I aa> pro consumption sight of the eye so that he was in a great treasure Prevention better than
; For saletsv U\IS: k AMES, MILES NASH, cured a box of Dr. Tjler's Fever and Agu; PiUs, atone 101 Poydras street, detected by these symptoms, even before the deprived of sight. Vicar of WakeSeld i11u.ttnted'cdilioD.Cure Mrs Ellis,

...:t EDWARD BARR. dollar which cured me effectually, after I had N E W O R L E A N S. LA. cougf. commence There is no other remedy for Knowing that Sands' Sarsaparilla was the only Wain right'. Family Prayers. ,
42 Cm suffered with -this distronninit and unpleasant complaint the ditcase.is well known to physician. The had done him I
4'i May 8.lsn. SELLING, RECEiVING AND FOP.- every medicine that ever any good, appliedto and
BUYlr\G. Headley's Napoleon Marshall
r-- I I ur twelve' months. bne known them used I ttu.ded to with promptness. remedt. are perfectly safe for persons of ail ages and Mr. Fowle Apothecary at Boston for mrro. He Scenes *,
in thirty case and not a single box LM failed. I be- RE)' .P.8 TO conditions, and require no change of diet except that has taken fifteen dollars worth, which has removed Georgia ; Hill. Side and Border Sketches
CABINEMAKING.DAT10V here them to !!c Ihe vrj best and rnot safe of a : of lood. For sale byV'. H. Maxwell ; Mrs. Helens' Poems
jf and certain J.\o. W. ARGYLE, LATHAM & DAIntY, greiter supply by the humor from his eyes and hearing, and he now Flora's
Interpreter, Ainsworth's Latin ,
I Cure fee asrU4" and fever that can be u-ied.and MILKS Dictionary
unequalled A. BesiwicK S. S. SIBLC.Y. NASH appears to be cured. and radically so. verily believe
e'L' ) A LYNCH. 24 a tonic restorative in all debilitated conditions December 5, IS 1C. ao At the Post Office, Tallahassee, Fa. all this latter trouble might hare been avoi led Mirror Library complete in one volume

bouiht the entire stock and interest of o/ the stsfein. E. MYERS. May S.1S47._ : 42 On if I had continued thorougly the use of the Sarsaparilla Andrews'Sallust, Anthon's Caesar,
HAVING, Wienker in the Cabinet are I Price $1 I per box with full directions. For sile, 1Wll when he was under its influence (he Grit time. Michlel's History of }'nnee.M60re'.l'oeaa.Ikwec's .

: j prepared to di all kinds of wok in Sop linf and at Tallahassee, FIj. bv. LEWIS tc AMES MILKS c L.. I Sea Island Cotton Gins. These are the simple statements ot the facts of the Oxford Bible on Children,._ .ith .1nne.Dewee'i Midxvifej.

..: hope the patronachereLoforegiven te the shop will I' NASH, EDWARD HARNARD. and on f'nquiry"ill UEALtKSDRUGS. IX beg leave to in. case and I feel it my duty lo make those facts known Webster's-Dictionaries; ; Violin
t i Erainard Flute and
'I. be continued. Their expeiience in the bo.in. bf" found in all.the towns and village South and MEDICINES PAINTS, OIL. I WTJlESUb3cribers of long-staple to the public for the benefit cf those who cay be Instructors, Elliott's celebrated Chinese Razors
warrants them insaying they can give satisfaction.. West. Toilet Articles still engaged in afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the
t ; They eiecute k well, and are willing to di.. MayS, I IS4 7. 4'> Cm Perfumerf, It, Window Class latest improved cure has been effected solely from the effect of this Silver Combs, Silver Head Oraaoents.Gold Studs.
's., pose of it o! terms as any other workmen PAIMTCBK BRUSHES AND COLORS ROLLER HORSE GINS. llairingsold a great many invaluable medicine. .t.c., tc. For sale by IIAYWASD.Jnly .

.,., in the State Groceries.t A olbecnrle *' Glnss "'ure Ac of these Gins in Georgia South Carolina and Florida, HANNAH W. BECK. 223 Main st. P. A.

't : March 20, 1S1.I 33 FUL, L assortment just received and for ute by ,HHHE above constantly on b:1nd. and for sale at the they can refer to those who have purchased them, Suffolk is. Boston October 13. ).-Then personally 10,1S47. 51

,,. A L. Si II. GREENBERG & CO. JL lowest market prices.We and who are willing to establish the reputation of appeared the above named Hannah W. Beck. Choice Wine and Liquors.
: Circuit. Api.l3,1S17.! 37 the same Gins for ginning out more Cotton and I and made solemn oath that the above certificate by
Middle T>Y Brig Wakulla. from New York ire have received
cleaner than other Gin in her subscribed and
any uje. statements therein contained
have received late arrival. ,
.. IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. by large'additional i> the following artic,, which we will KU
4 Notice.SIX supplies of Drugs,Medicines and C/f'r1tJeal., 'bich. Agents:-Viu-ALowoi & ACOSTA Centreaville are true. Before roe,
; Natkauiel t Pearce, 1 months after date' the undersigned, Executor together with most of the popular patent reoedies, (Is. ; GEORGE L. BROWN Newnansville E. Fla. JAMES RICE, Justice of the Pea e. law to planters and others :

:rir ei.> 1( Attachment for the last will and testament of Benjamin render our assortment the largest and most varied in Single Gins, $. ; do. with all late improvements, For further particulars and conclusive erideuce of 2 Quarter Casks Cognac Brandy,

c Eugene Abloii and Robert R.I( S009 SO. Chaires;deceased late rf Leon County will prevent the State AH! of w hich \\e ofTer at the lowf cash $55. Double Gins, $73 ; do. with all late improve. superior value and efficacy, see pamphlets, which C 1 Cask Eighth Old Port do Wine do do.
: Boyd.late Mrrchants.lrading i AssumpsiUDamages his account and ,touchers Ihe lion. Judge )Pro pi ices. merits s.-s:. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had at may be obtained of Agents gratis. ,

vader the name and style' of j "2.0. bate of Leon County and make application for let. July 25, 1816. 1 LEWIS & AWES. moderate rates. Orders for Gins and repairing Gins Prepared and told by A. B. & D. SANDS. Druggists 2 1 Pipe Schiedam Madeira Gin Wine
& Co. ten of dismission as Executor aforesaid. please to-direct to VANCE & BURNS 100 Fulton street corner of William N.Y.Sold ,
C defendants. and all others interested are here. JOSEPH CHA1RES. Executor. Notice. May 22. 1&-17. 44 tl St. .far,'". Ga also by LEWIS A ltns.Tallabalilfeoe. M ITH[ I 10 Boxes Claret Wine,
': THE i@f the institution of the above suit & CATLIN Pensacola,F.WHITING.St.Mark,. Peach Brandy, Apple Brandy,
Leon April Cm
no'ife Coirnty 3,1S47. 31
to and persons indebted to the estate of Mile Pot- W.; Russell Irish Whiskey, Malaga Wine.
r by. fcd are required appear plead ALL M'Kinney and by Druggist* genenl11Ihroughout..the United
the declaration filed ii this case, within ths tic,.. deceased late of Washington Count, will States. BIRCHETT & LINDENBERGEH-
t preicriheLby I Notice. make payment; aDd those sui". demand. against ARTIST, Price $1 per bottle. Six bottle for $5. July 3. 1S47. 50

r lasr.BETI4ELOT; ARCHER. IX( months after date the tndertigned. Administrator said estate must present (them within the tim prescribed HAVING taken Rooms at II Banner House"Mon. Och The public are respectfully requested to remember .

Attorneys tot Flaintiflsfay29 S of Daniel N Cone, deceased late ef Columbia by law, ar they will be barred I_ F1L very respectfully tenders his services that it U Sands-Samparilla that has been Dwelling Home for Sale.A .

4 It !- t'n.. 45 31mW&TAR'S Coatrty. East Florida wilt present Ibis final SHARPLESS EVANS Execltor. to those who desire (faithful d accurate Like. and b constantly achieving web remarkable core of SMAJXcomfortW.DwtllirHciforstle*

:- I account IIM) vouchee* to .the Judge of Probate forColuinhia Washington County Jane 3d 1847. 49 < Sra oessea themselves or(friends trtueb will be trans tile nortdimcelt claw of disease to which the human .CL.MonticeUoJefferso*. Court T.adjouia JVChace's

BALSAM OF WILD CjERY. t County,and Mk for a discharge. mitted tu posterity indellible momtnlM of the put. frame is subject;therefore ask for Sandj SarsaparIIla property. It will be told on time to suit
a \ WILLIAM CONE Adm'r. CORN AND PEAS for sale. Apply to I Hit Likenesses are warranted f(0 please. Price ,30 ,and take no other. purchasers. Apply to '"

February *>.13 17. 31 Bk-unt's Terry E. r., May 2I, 19.1. 45 6m 3, ISt7 50 J R. FORTUNE. Monticelh, March 27, 1547. 36 ceJIlber n, 1516. ?O ly July 3, 1847. SO J. R FORTUNE.


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