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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 21, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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'"(!. Arm arm! your country bids you arm mit as a fact, no one can account for, or corn mother bad just died ? I will tell you ; and.. Namei-of"'Cowtfric,._The ed upon jU, ef won

h.lit Fling out yoar banners free- prebend. The accused, however, pleaded you have a mother, as she loves you, and as tries were named by the Phoenicians ToUowing coun France, Germi1and; Italy) nave given; notice I th it but a chidish! &8 wUo *

in Let dram and trumpet sound alarm, guilty most positively, and wu most pcrtina you love her, you will understand me. greatest commercial people in the of their intention to take part in the discussions, opponents, th Jog cbertoed, unvarying and
I. O'er mountain,plain and flea cious in bis demand for the just penalty of the We peasants of Morvan are a simple and worH. These names in tbe- the ancient and an invitation to (be citizens of this coun existing hostility of Northern

Q.of j March onward from th' Atlantic chore law to be inflicted upon him. lIe so boldly] confiding race j we have not received the instruct guage, signify something characteristic Phoenician Ian. been try to be present by their representatives bas rights of t the ale.C. th

To Rio Grande's tide- and fearlessly avowed his crime, continually! ion, nor attained the knowledge, that places which they. designate of the given. This invitation to persons of nil history of the past and the records tur '

: I Fight as your fathers fought!. cf jcrc* repeating that be did not regret it, that at they have in the cities ; but we have our be. Europe signifies a country of white opinions Free on Trade this subject comes from the Belgi.um sentauthorize u in the bde ct&e."p. ;;
length his firmness com.pJcxlOn50 Association
assumed the liefs and is
character which the townsfolk lenge
Die as fathers died ofa call our superstitions. named because tho presented a comparison, fn respect between
& your bravado, and left no room for clemency.- What matters the name ? Re they superstitions i there were of a lighter inhabitants through the Belgium commissioner at New. the Northern whigs and the
Go! vindicate country* (.ame. Sentence complexion than those York informed Northemdm
your of death was therefore pronounced. or beliefs, we have them and clever of either Asia or Africa. .. we are by the Evening Post. cra s. It is a fat fur which
:- Avenge your country's wrong Pierre Pitois heard his scnce read with the would be the that could ] contradiction chaUeng
man them.
Asia that
The should deathless uproot signifies between or in the middle... from the Savannah Georgian.TRUTH ana again,
own a :
sons tumc. most steady unflinching gaze. They warmly Now, one of these beliefs to which we cling from the fact that IS MIGHTY the bursting out of
To whom Buch sire* IK:long. urged him to plead {for( but he the geographers placed it be. AND IT WILL PREVAIL not exctfmeDt.
is that
LIU mercy refused. I most, which attributes to the first tween Europe and Africa. Every day must tend- single ,Northern whig has ever ,
The kindred of the noble dead: As every one guessed that at tbe bottom of flower that blows in tbe grave-mould such a Africa signifies the land of corn or I convince tbe friends liberal more and more to known to Toe in the Congress of the United !

A. noble deeds should dare: this affair there was some strange mystery, i it virtue, that he who gathers it is certain of It was celebrated for its abundance of ears.and their triumph* is and principles that State.either in favor laying tbe-petitions of ;
The fields whereon their blood wa* licd was determined that the execution of Pierre never forgetting the dead, and of never being all sorts ograin.Siberia corn individual, who now lure ; the distinguished; fanatics upon the t table! ,and clinching them
LIe A deeper stain must bear. should be delayed. He was carried back to forgotten by them. Belief bow dear! how signifies ; chair and has occupies the Presidential underneath 1 as to avoid
thiisty or dry-v. char. been the d.cuio it.tionr
the object for the an
ry ,
To arms I to arms'! je men of might military prison and it was announced to sweet With it, death has no terrors ; for acferistic of tbe country. three years, unmitigated past refusing altogether to ,them

I. Away from home,away him. that as a mark of special favor he bad death, without forgetting, or being forgotten, is Spain: a country of rabbits or cones. This :. Whigs. on account of his abuse from the -but on the contra bare invariably prm*

The first and foremost in the fight three days given him to press for pardon. He but a sweet sleep, but cairn repose after long country was once 8.) infested with these animals cy of them, can already unflinching see that the advoca. ted the ...reading..... aad discussion of
his is
Are cure to win the dav shrugged shoulders arid made no reply. toil. That flower; I panted to see it bud -1 that they suod Augustus for dawning when the day them. We nov, dial challenge the
In th. ijiuIJto of Unit n/yni l:) uii wuicu ,?ItS LU .K1U4CU w gtuMvt 11 & \ aI.IMIJIlCU tuj l'U&( ane ... an Army to even tongue Federal de. combined forces !
x.-------1f j-D -g L-I!.-. !M 0 1D- dawn the day fixed for his execution the door went on my way. After ten days of a long: 'Jest ilana o the.comtry of pitch-from its yielding fi>uwe3lyTruevlhaT. 1ro'tntfl r tw6Vfronjgi'noias, now oo ineyftianaupon the manor North rnmso, East, .
of Pierre's turned its and march I reached the United States Bank and the
---- --. dungeon softly on binges weary my mother's great quantities i of black pitch. Protective Ta. attached the Three Million Bill ? A plainman
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PIERRE- PITOIS- ---:- ---- and a subaltern officer advanced to the grave. The earth seemed Jet fresh ; no flow. Calabriaalso--fur the same reason. riff the Whig party have been compelled to t with the devices of politicians i.

on, LOVE TO ONE'S MOTHER. camp-bed, in which the condemned was tran. er had appeared : I waited. Six: weeks e. Gaul, m-nlsm France, signifies yellow- beat a retreat, it is equally true that they will ,unacquainted wold naturally suppose from the
quilly sleeping, and after gazing on him sometime lapsed ; and then one lovely morning I sawa haired, as yellow hair characterized its first in. soon bo forced to change their tune in refer. excellence hostility of southern wbigs to p

In the year 1809, PIERCE PITOIS was sergeant in silence, awoke him. little blue flowerForgl't.mc.not..' As I loJiitatits. cnce to the Mexican war.Iread.r. the uni. measure, and the ding dong of :

in the twelfth regiment dthe line, then Pierre opened his eyes, and staring about plucked it, I shed glad tears, for methought, The English of Caledonia is high hill.- vernal harmony calumny against Mr. Polk their presses that it was reminience by a .

I quartered in Strasburg. lie was a native of him said-The hour, then, is at last come ?" that little llower was my mother's soul ; that This was a rugged, mountainous province in and sympathy for the poor, oppressed, insul. them democrat,that they had at lea in reserve a
, that half-savage, half-civilized part of Burgundy ** Xo, Pierre," replied the officer, it is not he had felt that I was near, and under the Scotland. ted Mexican, which pervaded the entire Federal one Northern vhig to wjiom they could If ban)

known under the name of Mori an ; and jet the !hour, hut it will soon come." form of that flower had given herself to my Hibcrnia is utmost, or last;' habitation ; for press, has been broken in upon by a few pushed, point in opposition to it. But it Is unquestionable .

bis comrades never spoke of him but as a 44 And" what do .you want. with me until heart once more. beyond this, westward, the Phoenicians never liscordant notes. Hear them The New _and unquestioned, that if tbe destinies .
tough customer." Always the first and the then ? "There was nothing now to detain me in I extended their voyages. York Courier says : of whiggery hung upon his :

last to fire, he bad the reputation of liking but Dost thou not know me, Pierre ? No mat- the country, for_my father .had_soon followedmy Br lil iti, the country of tin-as there were We have proclaimed, on all occasions. he could True prouctJon.to :1

two things in the ivorld, the smell of puwderand ter-I know thee well. 1 saw thec at A us- mother to the grave, and I had pluckedmy great quantities of tin found on the adjacent i isl that we had abundant cause of war with !Mex- the pole,n bfo mhel l in solid a phalanx neede :

the whistling of bullets. terlitz, and bravely didst thou bear thyself. precious flower, what more did I want ? ands. The Greeks called it Albion, which iou : and that therefore the war is just,although a single member swerving, the ballot on the no I

Now, one fine day, our friend Pierre took it From that day Pierre, I have had a regardfor I remembered my mother's charge' do thy signifies in the Phoenician tongue,'cither whiter it might have been deferred, and possibly deferred Wilaiol Proviso, at the last 1 session of Con i

into his head to address a letter to bis Colonel thee no less warm than sincere. Yester. duty !' I sought out the gens d'armcs, and I high mountains, from the whiteness of its altogether, if the administration had so grcss, and voted for it. :

in which he applied for leave of absence to day, on my arrival at Strasbtjrg, I learned the said, 'I am a deserter, arrest me.' shores, or the high rocks on the western coast. desired.Ve But hoW stand the'Northern democrats ?

go and see his mother who was dangerouslyill. crime" and thy condemnation. I have prevailed And now, I am to die, and if as i Corsica signifies a woody olacc. hold that with half the provocation Independently of the manly and open declaration .

He added, that his father, being seventy- on the gaoler, who is a relation of mine, you have assured me, I have in you a friend, Sardinia signifies the footsteps; of a man, from either England or France,the whole na. of MB. DOUGLASS 'or ILLINOIS (his name .
eight years of age, and suffering under a par. to allow me to see thee ; and now that I have I die without regret, for jou will do for me which it resembles. tion would have demanded war, but Mexico should be blazoned.in letters of ) :

alytic affection, could not be of any use in come, I would say to thee, Pierre, it is often a the only service which I require. The flow.er Rhodes, serpents or dragons, which it pro. being a weaker power, we could with honor Dargan of Alabama, was upon gol Whl, .
nurse-tending the poor woman and he pledged sad thought to a man about to die, that he has which, at the risk of my life, I plucked duced in abundance. have made another effort to avoid the collis- vocal ing the right of the South to Jor & :r

himself return as soon as the health of not a friend near him to whom he might open from the grave, is here in a little case next i ito Sicily, the country of grapes. ion, by abstaining from the Rio Grande al- portion of the acquired.territory, with occupy hs any :1

his mother should be restored. his heart, and intrust with some sacred corn. my heart. Promise me, that: you will see Scylla, the whirlpool of destruction. though in our opinion, we had a perfect right togo pcrty, but who, for tbe,sake of peace and pro ,'"1,
The Colonel's reply to Pierre's application mission to discharge when he should be no that they do not take it from me. It is the Charybdis, the holes of destruction. there whenever we pleased." Tnion said be would be willing to tb. l

was "that as the regiment might at any moment more. If thou will accept me I will be to link which unites me to my mother, and if I -7J//W signifies furnace, or dark, or smo- And the Commercial : question on the Missouri compromise.eUI, and ;
be ordered to take the field, no leave thee that friend." bought it would be broken-Oh I shouldnot key. As to Mexico herself; we do not agree that, called upon the of tbe non.slaveholding .

absence could be obtained." I thank thee, comrade," replied Pierre, i have the courage to die. Say, Syracuse signifies bad savor, called so from so far as she alono has any right to speak in Repanlatire avow their j

Pierre Pitois submitted. A fortnight elaps. briefly and coldly. do you promise to do what I ask of)"ou !" the unwholesome! marsh upon which it stood. the matter, the war is unjust. A long course willingness to accept basis-that be (Mr. !t

ed ; a second letter was received by the Colonel Why! hast thou nothing to say to me ?" I promise," said the officer. The above were gathered from a ,'cryan. of insults and injuries committed by her a. Douglass) for one, t pledge himself bat f

I in which Pierre Pitois informed him that Nothing." Your hand, that I may press it to my ient history of Britain. 'ainst the United States as a nation, and a. compromise-independent of the cheek .1'.
his mother bad died without the consolationof What not one word] of adieu to thy sweet heart ; you arc very kind to me ; and if the ainstthe; citizens of the United States as in. promptly given by MB. CHARLES J. IncEso 1. :

giving her last blessing to her only child, heart, to thy sister 7" ilmight God were in bis omnipotence to give I The Queen and her Spouse.-A French pa. ividuals, sufficient justify, according to the r. ofrsnDsylvania and we believe some other 1'

and in which he again solicited leave of absence "A fcweet.heart or sister ? I never had me my life a second time, I would devote it to per gin an illustration of domestic manners theory and practice of other nations, a severe demrat to non-slavebolding! whig
mem
saying that ** he could not state his rea.I I either. you." at the English court. The royal husband hav. measure of punishment,was demonstrated, we her, who was ranting about the of f.
unanimity
sons for this request-it was a family secret," To thy father?" The friends parted. ing staid longer at afde than be was reques. think by Mr. Ingersoll's report as Chairman both parties North,in excluding entire : '

but earnestly imploring his Colonel not to deny He is no"more. Two mouths ago he died The next day dawned. They had arrived ed to do,found the door of the apartment which of the Committee on Foreign Affairs. ly from the future territories slavery the Union, it ,:

him this favor. in my arms. at the place of execution ; and already had he and his royal spouse occupy, closed against France had not a tithe of the same good groundfor may be proper to remind our o friends 't t

Pierre's second letter was as little successful Thy mother then ?" the fatal sentence been read, when the low him. lie calls-no answer. He begs-the her war aganst: Algeria, or England for the South, just this' whil. the o .
as tbe first. The poor fellow's captain :Mv mother !"-and Pierre, whose 'oice murmurs which ran through the ranks stir?. same silence. At- last -imnatipnt. he rpmnnnfi hers against the Af&hans. Even against! Chi. state cube vote a o., &ul

merely] said, Pierre, the Colonel has rcceiv- suddenly and totally changed, repeated" Ary deny! changed into almost 'deafening shouts, his carriage and drives i to' the ;;'llef Cler- na. England had not so much valid cause of put upon its passage.o terilm when J 1

your letter ; be is sorry for the death of your mother ah, comiade, do not utter that name ; a' The Emperor! The Emperor Long lire mont, ((1)) where he goes to bed and sleeps the complaint and resentment or any thing like it. lIoU"in the Proviso-Democrats i:

old mother, but be cannot grant the leave of 1 for, see how I have never heard that nameI the Emperor!" sleep of the just man. Awaking in the mor. With reference to ho justice or injustice of non-slave-hoidfng States Messrs. t

absence you re Ing melted like a child and even, now, are then with his short quick step, bo -wallicd up urn, to whom ho says ; -aij iu ff, i pi..., JVU' -- ----J. ftang Eara C. J. .
Strasburg a Ah the to-morrow.regiment leaves Strasburg and thiuks. if I were to speak of her- to the condemned. Pierre," said he to him. grace to go see the Queen on my behall; and This is language coming Iroiu .."u_... Ingersoll, McLean" Chpn, Owe Wick 1. j
; What then ?" Pierre gazed at him and made an effort tospeak say; that I relish these pleasantries very little. Whig prints and speaks volumes. It is evi- 1\Iorris Pamn."Yc"'rrfl. -
for what 1 ask r" said Pitois.
place
may you dent that tbe New York Courier considers the .
The tears would come-and tears do not but a sudden stupor seemed to over- she is Queen, know it-and I, in public, am Whigs
For Austria, replied the officer.Ve }become a man. Tears," continued he, tears helm him. Pierre,"continued the Empe. but the least of her subjects, but I claim to be line of tbe Rio Grande as the Western bound. Senate-Against the lriaDemort !J! it
Vienna brave
are to see the my Is Pitois tbat ; we are when I have but a fewiioursto live ; ah, there or, remember your own words of last night. King in my own bed-chamber, and if that dis- ary of Texas. It says : We had a perfect -From the f
Austrians.
to fight not good news
1 would not be much courage in that !" I God gives thee life a second time ; devote itnot pleases her I start for the continent." The right to go there whenever we pleased.- Breese, Bright Cass, Dickinson, Hannegan ::
fine for you ? You" will be in your clement, my Thou art too stern, comrade. I think I I to me but to France She, too, is a kind tory continues that the Queen, alarmed at the Now' when we recollect that Gen. Taylor Whigs C3-NO\E.CO ",; :f

fellow. have: thank: God, as much courage as other and good mother Love her as thou didst message: started forthwith {for( Clermont, andthat advised the movement to the Rio Grande incase Upon the state of facts here arrayed, and *V
ho seemedlost
Pierre Pitois made no reply ; people ; and let I should not be ashamed of love thy first-thine own." He then turnedto the entente cordialc was re-established. the Government should regard that riveras which we again chaliengefcthc whig party to :*

in deep thought. The captain caught his weeping if I were to speak of my mother." I depart, and greeting shouts of admiring love In allusion to the little incident, Prince Albert the Western boundary of Texas, and ad. deny comment u uieless.P'Ttnfrc7' none I 1'I
hand and it said-
shaking heartily, ** Are you serious *" said Pierre, eagerly followed him, till he was out of sight. gets the credit at the French court of being vised it as a means, not bringing on a war, blind as those who wijl: not see !Southern f'I Jf ;
Why do not speak, man ? Are "
you you seizing the officer's hand-" You a man anda Some years after this, a Captain of the Old worth' half crown a day, and a sovereign at but hastening and facilitating A SETTLEMENT B.e. '
deaf that in less .
to-day ? I am telling you ,. :
of tbe boundary question, we perceive t
soldier and ashamed Guard fell wounded the
not to weep ? mortally on field of ight.
than a week, you are to hue the pleasure of tbat the administration is freed from all reproach A Soldier's Last is much :i
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'" When speaking of mother, certainlynot. Waterloo. ---- - Ltc.-Tere
of a set-to with the Austrians, and you have My mother is so my good, so kind ; she Amid the din of battle be was heard to Life As It Is.-Not a very long time ago, by the voice of the Courier. It did not insist of sad and touching as a judi. 7 1

not one word of thanks for the good news !- i loves me so much, and I too, love her so dear. shout in his death pangs- we saw a strange family on the road, located upon more than was our right in claiming to. cious counsel, in the fallowing beautiful ex. ./
Nay, I verily belMsve jou have not even heard old in the shafts of the Rio Grande and it followed the advice of the Alton fJ
ly." Long live the Emperor! France, forcv. near a ricketty wagon, tract, published by Telegraph from :$ :
me." "She loves you, and you love her ? Oh, er My J mother My mother !" which Mood a rare specimen of anatomy, inthe the distinguished officer in command of the a letter written on tbe eve of '.*
Indeed, captain, I have heard every word then I may indeed, tell jou all. My heart is It was PIERRE PITOIS. shape of a poor old horse. The main com- army, in relation to taking possession of two Buena Vista by Lieut. Fletcher, of the Illinois Ii.r
and thank with all heart
for
lOU my "your full ; it must have vent, and however strange I iariy consisted of an unique 2.Ssortmeut-com. or more points upon that river. Volunteers, who fall on the next day in the !
news. .which consider very good news. I Ludicrous Scene.-Yesterday about twelve posed oftwo I women-they might have been A still greater change of opinion is to be glorious y :
my feelings may appear to you, am sure jou tght.
** I thought you is would there, said chance the officer.of obtaining will not laugh at them. Listen, then, for o'clock, two person, apparently countrymen, j sisters by blood, they certainly were near relations bund in the following extract from the Troy : TomorroW expect to } '.

tbe Butca.ptain leave absence, *no"' what you said just now is quite true. A man were seen going down Market street in the in filth-and four or five small children Whig : have an engagement with a superior Mexican ;;
mad t' is glad, when about to die, to have a heart to neighborhood of Eighth street, one of them the eldest about ten years old. Upon the "Some say he [Gcneral Taylor] is opposed force ; and, OB the eve of (he affair, I bUG ;
#
Are tbe
absence you the :! was reply. "Lea"eof which he can pour out his own. Will you somewhat intoxicated. They stopped in Mar. horse was displayed! what we took to be a straw to a National Bank. Suppose he is-so aresevcnelghts Llc\"et it proper to address you a few lnca f :
before the
I field !" very day taking really listen to me, and not laugh at me I" ket street, and one of them quietly seated him. bed, and which probably, answered as pillionfor of the Whig party. The present heal. you are well aware, the object nears my '? -
** Surely I will listen, Pierre-a dying man I elf upon what he thought an empty barrel, but the alternate use of the ladies and their in. thy condition of the domestic exchanges: shows heart is the welfare of my little child ; and s 'f
I of that
never thought said Pierre.- must ever excite compassionate sympathy." which, unfortunately for the pcdestrain, con. terrstingdarlings. They were sprawling about that there is no absolute necessity for a regu- far as I have been able, I bare provided for if r

"We are on tbe point taking the field, andat "You must know that since I came into the tamed: a portion turpentine or alcohol. A hither and thither, as comfortable and contented : lator, and the Whigs, as a party, have: no disposition her. Shod I f I !leave her entirely with .

I such rU a time, I suppose, leave is never given world I never loved but one being-and that mischieveous urchin passing at the time, lit afire as a pig in a mud puddle. and never a care to disturb the existing financial sys. you your wie but I have written to my :

asked." being was my mother. Hut her I loved as squib and threw it in the bung hole. The or trouble did they seem to have. tern of the country." brother, requesting him to throw his brotherly

It is never even none love-with all that was in me of life and consequence was a very loud explosion took So we go. The man of genius, learning, Yet, says the Richmond Enquirer, it was for protection over her ; and iC at any time, you !i
It is quite right-it is never even atkcd. energy. While yet a babe I used to read her place, and threw the occupant of the barrel wealth is borne down in the midst of splendors refusing to violate his oath of office and sane- think fit to send her to him he will receive heras :

It would have the appearance of cowardice. and she read mine I guessed her thot's some 12 or 14 feet in the air. lie landed in by the world's applause and caresses, tion a similar National Bank, that President his own child, and protect her a such.- ".
Well, then, 1 will not press it any more ; I will and eyes she knew mine. She; was the heart of the midst of a congregation of porters atten. yet carries the poison sting ambition in his Tyler was threatened with impeachment, and Should she remain with you I wish that she *L

try 44 and get on without it"" my heart, and I the heart of hers. I have dants upon the depots, who really believed for bosom-a splendid, miserable wretch. The the cry was, crucify him-crucify him !I"as" should receive a good an education as the ,*; '
Andyou will do well, replied the captain.: never had either sweet-heart or wife : I nev. a time that the man was the Public Ledger's fair, bright beauty, whose eye out sparklesthe a traitor" to his party-though it was well little means left her will afford ; an above a *.

The next day, tbe twelfth regiment entered de. er had a friend : my mother was everything Special and Extraordinary Express. He was glittering of her gems and the bloom of known he ever had been opposed to a Bank thing teach her that truth and are t .

Germany ; and the next, Pierre Pitois to me. Well I was summoned to take arms, not injured, however, butxcessively; frighten.ed whose cheek is sweeter than the tender blush what the soul is to the by-e life 'f
serted. and when told I must leave her in as well as the group of porters among : of the rose-bud, moves amid the crowded balls A thing that begins wills anR. -The Hon. of its life. Teach her that to just t ::
Three months after, when the twelfth regi. they of despair me I declared that they whom be alighted. His hat came in contact i ii offashion admired, gazed at, envied, the cyn. orable and Learned Member for Bradford, in thought, in word, in deed-is the rre.a .
a
ment having reaped in the field of battle an paroxysm limb from limb,but never could i with a lamp and broke it. His companion osure of all eyes, the beloved of many hearts ; crowing the other day on bis own dunghiU, great aim of a good 'min; and those who .
might drag me
abundant harvest ofglory, was making its triumphal said-"Though I am not a Revolutionist, Iam
they take roe from her alive. With one word stood by a silent spectator, utterly amazed atthe yet whoic mind is swayed to and fro upon troubled strive to acrplsb th purpose, seldom fail
entry into Strasburg Pierre Pitois spoken in her holy fortitude and strong courage upward flight and rapid! downfall of his waters, and from whose soul the spirit not a Radical and I hope" I am not any. to live at peace the worl and accomplish :
was ignominiously dragged LIck to his corps and has fled thing that begins with an R. the Great
whole orapanion.-Phila. Daily Sun. oinnocence joy to give place to Destiny they are
by a brigade of gfns d'armcs. A court martial she changed my purpose. love of Well said, real Refo.rmerthou! raw re. created."
it is a cankering, blighting conquest.
is immediately called. Pierre Pitois is Pierre, said she, "you must! go ; my An Argument well Put.-A subscriber tothe derided wretch sits ruit in the ranks of Toryism-thou recreant
ragged ,
I Jut the ,
"
knell before her and I said I will poor
accused of having deserted at the very moment with. I ", she added, "thou N. Y. Commercial, who has taken that calmlv down, in the very dust of the street, and ridiculous ranter. The Recorder of Brad- Horace Walpole was the relator of the following : I
"Pierre
when his regiment was about to meet go, mother. and, I thank Clod,) for it paper for fourteen years, makes the following and the jel"r and taunt call forth not even a throb ford not anything that begins with an RI!-a anecdote, the solecism of which willbo ;
the enemy face to lace. The court presenteda hast t been a good son, ; sensible remarks in a letter enclosing a remit. of shame or regret. The erne is splendid misery rude and rambling rapsodist-a roarer as ro- readily seen-it is a curious and remark*.
singular spectacle.\ On the one side stood I I but the duties of a son arc not citizen the only him.ones tance f for an other year's suliscniption.'a .: -the other is squalid content. Which ustuous as rubbishy, reviling without reflec- able specimen : ;"f

forth the accuser, who cried- a man has to fulfill. Every owes My means are small-but I abjured u-ioc, would have for your choice, if compelled tion and railing for revenge-a rat-a retail.er Two friends were walking togatier when :
!
Pierre Pitois,jou, one of the bravest men self to his country; it soldier calls: Ihl'coht"YThou from this alcohol and all other strong drinks in June, I to choose you, and you sought only for the happi. of ragged and rusty reproaches, rampant they were accosted br a beggar woman.*

in the army; you, on whoso breast the star of art going to bo a thine- it is mo. 1842, and have kept honorably to my pledge! ; er condition Pensacola Lire Oak. with rage, and the reverse of everything respectable One of the gentlemen gave her a bonus, but :
bonor glitters; you, who have never incurred ment thy life is no longer own ; thycountry's. the saving under this bead more than pays for I in reputation or redoubtable in rea the other turned away with symptoms o dis-* :

either punishment or even censure from your Hits interest demand it lay it down my newspapers, and the gratification which Poirer of Eloquence.-The eloquence of the son. A remnant of The Rump-what art gust. Upon the first enquiring tbe reason the I;
will of God that thoushould'st .
officers, you could not have quitted your regi. cheerfully. If it be the the perusal of them gives me is beyond cal. ce'ebratetl'! Whitfield, it is said, was at times thou, if not the representative oi the R's.- latter replied" I caunot tolerate the sight of ;
iment-quitted it almost on the ere of battle die before me, I should weep for thee ulation in dollars and cents. When I look irresistible. The accomplished skeptic Ches. English paper.Prevention that bag. Formerly, she was .nna; the
-without powerful motive to impel my heart's tears, but I would pay, Ho gave, when tbis and when I infant I
some you around among my neighbors and see many terfield was present popular preach village, was a was .m.
This motive the court demands of you ; for<< it and He ban taken away, blessed be the name mart, intelligent men, who seem to take an er presented tbe'otary of sin under a figureof Infection of Typu Fecer.Dr. .- milted to her ,she w unfortunatelythe :
it in its -if not to acquit of the Lord !I' Go now, and if thou love thy 1. C. Smith, obtained 5,000 from Par.; eag !
have
would gladly power interest in the welfare oftheir beloved couo- a blind beggar, led by a little dog. Tbe mother of chik: of my .V1 age, and,
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you, which it ought not perhaps to do, or mother words",do thy! duty.have Ob, how precious th-em.-those try, and yet from false economy dony them dog had broken his string. The blind crip- lament, for the following recipe : I Tae sir, incredible as ah perfidy may be, it i the Ii
desire-&t least to recommend you to theEmperor's holy 'I never forgotten elves and their families the-advantage and ple.with his staff between both hands, gropingis drhml powered nitre (slptr) an conviction ray fend and fftyset that she
4 Do she has said the of acid oil o
'" thy duty, : now duty six ( ,) "
mercy pleasure of a newspaper, I feel sorry on their way unconscious to the side of a precipice. drl.chm exchanged me.
j
On the other side, stood the accused, who a soldier was always and in all things to obey ; account." As he felt along with his staf: it dropped down them in a tea cup. By adding one drachm ofthe

answered, I have deserted without any rea and in all things and always, 1 obeyed. I tbe descent, too deep to send back an echo.- oil at a time, a copious discharge of ni.trous ; The Greatest An t a Venice.-Two young Jj ;

sos, without any motive : I do not repent; if wax to go straight forward to face danger, A DiscipkfRonge.-Wenotke that its He thoagbt it on the ground and bending for. acid gas wi take place. The cup to be I princes, the ions Archduke Charles of Austria !

it were to do again, I would do it again ; I deerve without hesitation-w ithout a second thought. stated that one Dr. Kock has arrived at ward, took one careful t tp to recover it.- placed during preparation on a hot hearthor had a warmdebae.inprcsenceotts less !

death-pass! sentence." Those who saw me thus, as it were, seek to Waab ingt on. He is a German, and a disci. : But he trod on vacancy, poised for a moment, a plate o heated iron, and the mixture stir. a person than the emperor himl Greatly J
And then came somo witnesses, who de. meet the bullets, said, There is a brave fellow pie of Konge. He has come here under the and as befell headlong- red with a tobacco pipe. The quantity of said on8'to thd oher

posl, Pierre Phois is a deserter, we know !' They,migbt have better'said There .dviee and counsels of Ronge. Hit object iso Chesterfield sprung from his seat, exclaiming as may be regulated bl lesssaing 0 increas.log elcte are the greatest a in Venice.** ,-
It.. I is a man who loves his mother! establish tort Catholic Church at Wash the of ingredlents. above at thIs In his
a fact, but we do not believe it. And a By Heaven, be is gone quantity T" Highly ofeD quarrel presence
** One day a letter brought the tidings that of the See of and is for moderate room i quanti.
othen averred, &4.Pierre Pitois is mad ; the ington, independent Rome, a Bizd the emperor interrupted them ,
court cannot condemn a madman. He must she was ill-mj poor mother; longeo to go it t is the purposed Rouge to send out a min A Congrt3sofNatjonz.-It i ia proposed that ly would be sufficient f* a maU room. Avoid .. with indignation ; '

be eatenced then, not to death, but to the to her. I asked for leave; absence ; it was Later or two into foreign nations generally a congress representatives from all commercial as much as possible breahi the gas Come come, young gentlemen, you :for
Lunatic Asylum.1 not granted I remember her last words' 'if ireacbieg the Catholic faith entirely indepen"ent countries should assemble at Brussels, in when it first rises from the No inju. get that I am present! .
The lut alternative had nearly been thou love thy mother, do thy duty.' 1 sub of the Head of tbe Church of Rome. I the kingdom of Belgium* during the month ofSeptember ry to the lungs will happen when the air isimpregnated I ,

'dopted, lor the very in tbecourt mitted. A little after I beard that .be was next, to take into consideration the with the g which is called nitrous Yankee Ti.-fe" twet.igt. gal. ;

who did not!j was consider not one the(person desertion of dead. Oh, then my senses forsook me ; at Bon .Uol.-At a Soiree in this city, a lady whole,question of the influence ,free trade acid gas; and it ,b to widely Ion" law In lIcb boy,.

"err* PHoU( as cine'of'those singular occur- any risk I determined to return to my country. l eing asked how she liked a gentleman's ting and protection upon the relations of nations, known that iraseath property of preventing ing twenty.nin D sellmg twenty' .

fences beyond of human sibiJi.I Whence proceed so ardent w impetuous a tig.who had an offensive breath,replied,"The and their mutual interests. Already many the TVecUy Ditpatch.30th eight !Uons' back.. 7 Yankee' *otiaweascfacleep. I
thf
vhich, ""while! every range on. i U forced ro to ad desire (lo *('<' (>nce more thfr place where my rerdt are ;oodbut the air is intolci able." dintingMitbcd representatives from England, May, 1847. will you I -' '\4! .* :






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1 I '-' ., -- Address from the-A" O. Pieeytate,Jtgvt 7. Editorial Correipondenet ofpe Picayune. from the ColvnM* S. Canlinian.TO w1 FLORIDIAN: s-: A correspondent Cl TaJJ 01 the CI
NUT FOR FANATICS
f ,.::J Delivered by -C..My..u.id the rtwnt'fhit Thirty Days Later from Mexico. PUEBLA, MMICO, Jill' 25, 1847. NORTHERN CRACK. -Last sketches a Cabinet Cu(. Taylor o.: &cv Patriot th5
the PcUr Return to Slacery John J. Cnittenden e.
IttA
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}I. 'J iay Errtllety of 4ug't.lo* Captol MOULE LmwcrroN'i. SCOTT STILL AT PUEBLA. Last evening, on the strength of a letter said week we Poe' pleasure of meeting Dr. >v. "Z.XT Vs ALONS." Sat ny.George Evans: Setary Sra",o II. .e_

) of jft1CttA4 C.molonprcsenhng to have been from thfc Spanish Mm- C. Bennett of S. C. who was vii ; Secretary o( Jt
eorpt The U. S. steamer Fashion, Capt. Ivy, are receive .Miar
: : .tamlardon the ne of embarkation stock went It was Sprnbur his Saturday, August 21, 1847. master General, ex-Gov. .
.i $hema tlt rived late last evening from Vera bringing islet in peace up. returning from had under John JODr; Attorney G r

+.';hMiI. for .u.my a.Mexico. us dates from that city to the Cruz 2d iust.- mmored that the contents of I is commumca.lion protection Peter Poole, a negro man who vol. -t Srgent., How Delta.very easily the thing ii flr'l;

Her is most She brings a made peace inevitable-the Congress untarily returned to slavery rather than enjoy 7 Ban of Middle l'loridOur readers\i Yes !
; and'JWunfrer Florida news important. very easy-and what a beanfiftil
: :
notice
in columns of
: : to perceive our a an
j t Ofce. r large mail. and Santa Anna were disposedto agree any freedom in New York. Peter Pole was a advertising of This art-

i: :: : iJ j my pleasing to present you this Gen. Scott was still at Puebla on the 30th I thing in order to insure it ; now, while I am blacksmith, who was owned by our friend, the intended application to the next Legislature for the cy lon, but is parties it abolishing may b ablshi" ,

in behalf our Chief Magistrate, writing intelligence has cornell! from which Senator from Spar. incorporation of an institution with the tit W* art to h
Hon. H. H. ave
I ; .tandlr o of July. The news of tie National's extra Thompson, for our share Jefferson
a evideace of high estimate of your unfounded and have it would appear that there is no earthly chance ; and having been faithful and earned I comes (rom a good Wug and we insert it in our Dil.tB represent i.i
was totally ,as we tanburg Cabinet the 1'
t. .
;, t S You seo on this banner hclie"e amicable of oar difficulties. columns as a business tranaclion" betsseenhim chei.he principles a majority
mere
V t' : courage patriotism. contended.from the first. for an adjustment for his master a large sum of money, he was by American ot| >

t,., ;m. i:j tho stars and stripes of the National Flag, The courier of the British legation arrived I From all accounts, it would appear that Santa bit liberality only nominally a slave, and Col. and us. tration to be people, and this, too, under I admin*,

; .:" J blended with tho insignia of our State colors. at Vera Cruz on the 31st ult., with Anna and Congress are at sword points, and I Thompson paid him large wages. Under the Newport Springs.We to run Jefferson and elected, if at all, withovt M.

%' The stars the constellation of ourrlorious .urrcspn. that the former the advantage over the bo could not manumit gard party. Davis i i. a
t
represent dence from Mexico to the 29th I ha al laws of South Carolina, laDota1
had the of two
.e pleasure spending a day or a man, a
worthy
t, T States shedding the mild light of civHization from the 30th. constituent wisdom the great and magnanimous him,and aa he might have fallen into the handsof brae man, 9 gtntl ,a a
q this
; week We
at that
: l '-' bappiness and freedom over the PutIJI\ Vera Cruz differ somexvbat L Mexican nation. It may be recollectedthat a less liberal master in the event of Col.Thompson's Newprt. only regret our raising man-but yet young, and comparatively,P i.
could
leUtrs The of
world. The are for the enemies ofor some two months since Congress passed I death he Peter to stay no hae longer. enterprise nJritnct. He has not been put by tin i
I i trips from Mr. in regard to the probablemovements gave permission Mr. LADD has placed at the two bathing- orh D.
Kendals Cabinet.
;.r .- contr. .fe frs will light your way t Scott. They represent I an act declaring any one a traitor who would I depart for a I Free State," and furnished him houses for the ladies the Spring orat. The whigj select for.
,
will -one or gentlemen of our ablest .
applied, ensure idea of with the young men-for
the he chose.
1 even entertain a peace wherever
with to
t bte ; wel the chances of in a more favorable proper papers go them.ele Klu
peace both equally convenient for bathing at all hours.
of Mexico. their old o
S jour triumph over cohor light than Mr. K., and think the resistance t to I North Americans. So far so goo. When Some time last year he> proceeded to Charles The water is delightfully cool and refreshing, eitherfor jeatet ones. This small penny worth

,, You and Capt. Clark's company will be the: our advance will be almost nominal. Mr. Santa Anna received Mr. luchanan'.last pro ton, but could not get a passage in any ship toNew and its medicinal virtues for of to such a great ocean of sack";is birdlv fmir

.5 ; sole representatives of Florida to sustain her thinks differently, and gives his reasons. positions, a few weeks It submitted York, although he was vouched for by drinking or bathing upon principles of equality, unIt when

t 0. military fame in the future battles in the far Kendal. can only find room this morning them to Congress for that body to act )1 r. Bomnr' who resides in that city, and who sulphur water we presume are equal to those of al. .without regard to party-Ihermean tLf MT

west ; and you will remember, in the hour off. for his latest letter, which xvill be found be: upon the mater in the premises; but what did I knew all the circumstances connected with hisleaving. mot any other Spring in the United States and it to the democratic party. And S far I renrd

f. ,' the and honor of our back with an I enjoys the advantage over other inasmuchas I 'ciple are concerned, party prig
4 battle, that reputation low. Congress do but send the papers Mr. Bomar wrote to Col. Thomp. spring they bad I well t

,. ,r ; State, for high achievements and gallant answer that the steps belonged exclusively who forwarded to him a it is never overflowed by high our weakest men a any of our l any o
young In Mexico every thing was at sixes and initiatory son, promptly proper ablt=t, J,;, Toif
confided to sacred keeping Executive. At this Santa The accommodations at the public hotel and boarding mu t drowned. I Ii e
the
daring, are your seven. Congress ha referred Mr. Buchan- to power of attorney by which he cleared him at b

+ and un>{elding courage. an's let r back to the Executive, and thrown Anna became enraged-said that he did not I the Custom House, and he found easy transit houses are very respectable, although the unexpected Thn.then. is the model for a Cabinet .

The numerous examples of our army are I him all the responsibilities of the war' send the papers before Congress to ascertain I Io New York. Peter had several hundred dollars ). number of visitors this season mkei the I to party. I should b examined and witbou regard

before you of the loftiest chivalry and patriot upon About 20.000 men are collected for tho do. what his prerogatives were-he knew their r tho fruits of his industry here, which afler place rather crowded. The tables arc \.el supplied I upon by democrats : refttt

.. ism. noble deeds and devoted sacrifices well but ho had laid the with Mr. with every and abound with fish, Democrat.
Tht fence of the city, but the party in the full extent mater his arrival in New Yor he deposited neeay. fu,1 WKK

i so often evinced page,iu by our u4 officers fl'iBix/lj'or-uur and soldiers natitht inrfim'fitfig town is vet strong.ajigaM.r.e.ayuJS.peace. and thev before-.t,-- .that__-..body...in. .order.....-.tbat.. .00 the memhPs procuring K'.l...r work K. if..at his\V.tl.trade, which.'!P tP'he hnn'found{'I &those.c. from coming the salt from water the country., a very desirable change to 3. D*vis, Sec. of War. Gen. T A TLR..President.;

: that will reflect new glory on our arms, and I Gen. Pierce, with bis train and convoy, hat::1 any one a traitor, &c. if they saw fit. That difficulty in getting. He was immediately ta. These Springs are destined to become a place ol 1 3.3.CRrrIDZ.SSale! >

c secure enduring fame to the distinguished ac. arrived safely at Perote. Gen. Scot it wil I he thought they would! do this, ard thus give: ken by the hand by the Abolitionists, whepromised I general resort for the people of Middle Florida, who p GEO. .Tress.

.. : tors. be seen, despatched Gen. Smith's brigade to him all and every power is highl/ probable ; him to buy his wife and child, who desire either health, recreation or amusement. We MIL. FILLMOU;.& N ,y.

meet him. It will be seen that Mr. I but Congress took a stubborn fit, and here the remained here. him Mr. Ladd intends J. C
The brae Capt. Walker went from our Kendal They frequently urged lear erecting by the next year a I JOlu.P.M.Gnr.

.' ': midst, almost unknown when with us, who in I believes Gen. Scott would advance whole affair rests for the present. I do not I to proceed to Canada, stating they would send large hotel and cottages adjoining for (families, near Jo. SARGIN.. Uo.Gen

.% t the walks of"bumble life, though bold, ener. week in August upon Mexico, and that there even see who is to deign to offer a answer to his xvif! on after him. He wailed patiently the Springs. This will naturally add to the comfort Five to one in the Cabinet, b aides the controlling
would be the battle of Mr. Buchanan's ) voice of t the President.
severest (he war. The proportions, which seem to
getic and laborious, attracted no special no. listening to their promises, and losing daily and convenience of visitors. But with the

-.. tice ; but in the present war, he has won a Mexicans are fully prepared to receive him. have been transferred into a species of fiwt. lack of woik, low wages, and high board, until I, accommodations know of no place in our vicinity present George Washington was elected without regard to
The Sun of Anahuac gives the following ball to be kicked backwards: and forwards by party. He f I the only President
a whoever
I name, high and distinguished, and as lasting patience itself was exhausted. In his own I where a few days or weeks could be spent with more was,or
account of an encounter between GeneralPearce's I Santa Anna and the Congress-neither party, word [ the best hands ever will! b again. I is impossible from
as the records of our Republic. IS I They were at talking I pleasure and( satisfaction than at Newport. lamaa
-,. I mention specially the namo of Captain train and the guerrillas. It must be in the present distracted state of the country, ever heard.t Mr. Kelsey was his good friend, nature that there can be another. The same eireuo.

: Walker among the thousands who have gathered regarded a a rumor, S)our correspondent, daring to lay hands upon the unfortunate:, doc. and at last gaining confidence in Peter proposed Master Roll of the Florida Voluntees.) stances cannot recur. George Washington was
fa
unfading laurels in combat with our foe, and so too says the Sun. ument. noM and unscrupulous as even the 1 to give $200 towards the purchase of his I The following is the Muster Roll of the Volunteers above all party and all personal ambition. He _

,. because he went from u@unfriended and almost A respectable person of the city has inform tyrant is in all matters of state policy, he dare wife, provided the Abolitionists, who had vol. under Capt. LVINGST0N.recentlyreceived into determined only that the "experiment"is the new.

ed us that a letter had been rtceivtd yesterday not take a responsibility so heavy upon his the service of the U. S. from this Federal Constitution then
unknown, to a distant and at that time a unteered lo do so, would make up the balance State : was ctt."shold hue
morning by a citizen of this place, from a shoulder to come out alone and advocate a I 1. ROBT. G. I a lair chance." He
foreign land, to seek fame and fortune ; and a required ; and in order to test their sincerity,, vlaSo.Captain, Alachua County was a impartial between

well has his gallantry and dashing courage secured guerrilla chief stating that the gurrilero! peace. The impression now is, that he has I went round with him to see what they intendedto 2. D. M. STEWART, 1st Lieutenant, Colombia ties as human nalnre is ever capable of p...
.4 about 600 in number determined 3. W. W. SCOTT, b g.
attacked
to hazard the defenceof the 2" .
The
him deathless trlin commanded cap do. however declined principle of the old Federal
l a name. They, and as 4. GEO. party and Democracv .
4 If opportunity should favor you, your arms by Gcn'l.' Pearce, near the National ital., and this impression gains strength whenit I an excuse I that it was aealnst, their creed gave to 5. 'Viiam; 10LI., Dran.3 at Sprffpnt, 'Duval"n .. were a actively at work at tha J.. ..
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and bravery rank side fide with Brid e. The letter says. the Americans an IS known that he has Congress to lay the 6. : this. They --I
may you by purchase human Jlcsh. Even charity and BranneD 2 Sergeant Columbia were I opposite then u 'DOW_they
proachcd under the fire of the Mexicans until blame in he suffers another defeat.
sucn heroic spirits. upon ease their boasted principles humanity could not 7. Samue c.3 Sergeant, AUchua. were a absolutely inconsistent then noir. :
they arrived within a hundred yards of them, Another in humble opinion will be 8. Murray 4th Sergeant. a They
1
What between my
: a contrast exists yourselves battt induce them to depart from their principles, contemplated different ends to pursued by different .

'. I -the high spirited and patriotic defenders of when the American infantry opened a deadly of advantage to the United States ; although they had promised this honest negro 10.9. T.G. J.S.nhe Brannen let Crpra Columbia. .. means. The one doubted b(the capacity, of tie

.. our country-and the recreant opposers of the fire on them, forcing them to retreat. While for if Gen. Scott moves upon the capital the to redeem his wife from slavery 11. Gco. W. Stewar. 3 Corporal, .. people to govern themselves, and sought to estab

war now raging in all its fury Wise and, the Mexicans were retreating the American Mexicans wi certainly be defeated, and if he Pi-ter then decided to return home, and risk 12. William Bal, Corra. Alachua lish privileged ordersard classes, Ac., and to sanich

,, i good men, the foremost and truest friends of cavalry rushed on them, sword in hand, and remains and there is no more fighting, the inevitable consequence of being made a 13. Samue"oos., Dmmer, Leon them by favors,bn.tie.ke",10 as to make them
a
our country, may honesty differ on the propriety killed about one hundred Mexicans. The position the enemy will contrive to come out of the warconquerors. slave again. The Abolitionists endeavored to 1 Tomas. Columbia permanent powerful and rich aristocracy,on lit

and Your of the Mexicans was one of the They will endeaver to make it P 1 VGeo. A T E s.
national strong I
necessity war. dissuade him from this, as they said it would top of which was to a
monarchy.
: est that can te found in the The that the Yankees, fearful of 15 N. Barnes, Crt 43. C. Morgan, Columbia b Democracy
appear risking "
council is the place for this inquiry, and the country. a If. against their cause, and he believes they I then I now opposed all thi, and sought
.. of the and tho States Americans passed the bridge after (this successful battle at their city, sued 16. L. P. Brown. I 49. W. McCIeimny, Mad. simple t-
representatives principal peace
people fr would have moderation
I not allowed him to depart, ifhe had 17. J. M. 50. J. oIumb.IS quality and even-handed justice in the
and in the Costelo. Rolu1on.
should honestly declare their reasons for or engagement. eyes word they be ableto not kept his further intentions secret. This Eward Leon 51. D. Ridge way, Du. administration of government, and that no privileges

against hostility: but when Congress !haH"of A gentleman: who conversed with Santa An. make a tolerably c(:case. he did, and meeting with Dr. Bennett, desiredto 19 Daingerfield.CA. ) 5: I. S. Rouse Columbia I should be granted, and no burthtns laid not absolutely
na since the middle of July-we told this Santa Anna has recently levied acontribution 20. Duval '\'.
speak the voice of the nation, and proclaim are return home under his protection. Doctor Dogget. ) I. Ramsay,Leon for this

: the necessity of war-when the nation has on the best authority' in Vera Cruz-found him -a forced loan it may bo called-upon the informed him of all the 21. Davidson, Cot R. Sanchez. Alach four Cabinet necessary Ministers. purpe. Washington h
in favor of but dreaded inhabitants of the in which lcuncf consequences 22. W. II. Fecnv 53. B. Smith them equallyisnumbers
he calls
armed for battle-he who shall afterwards sustain Iegolialin to assume Capital, him "
put in possession of all the informationin 23. Ellis, Jefferson 56. James Scott, Leon and perhaps as nearly so in !
the
our enemies and wish defeat and des- responsibility. Gen. Valencia had arrived for 2Oe73 to carry on the war. The church. Henr. amountCta.
his ,
power, at the shine time warning him 2- Atkinson. Wa 57. C. A. Scott 1.disol ent as human ingenuity could have it,(bough
.' traction to our heroic army, is a traitor to God :. capital with 5000 men from San es and convents, a well a private in i\'idual. that ho would become a slave the moment he 2.5 Henry Cannon ,. 58. P. Spear, Leon the four members different mental

and his countr. Rest assured that divine Luis Putosi-al full of fight. This embarrassed are assessed, and it is hinted that the tyrant reached South Carolina. With this knowl. 26. Robert Echols, I.ol 59. G. Spear, Gadsdcnn. qualities. He had possessed Democrats very

as certainly punish such He felt himself strong has left the names of his few friends off of the Win. Gillett, Colum 60. Crawfd Sprowl Lon a -THOMAI'Jcrrix-
view edge, he determined to return, and reached 29 Wm. sox and PEYTON and .
GiilcIanJ, Leon 61. Wm. Scott RMfDII; Federalist
to without ,
give list.
a
a The .
fight. who have
been
up called
that he the foreigners,
renegades as now earth ta
lights
here last week on his way to his master. He 29. Elijah Hunter,Colum 62. N. Thomas, Columbia ALEXANDER HAMILTON and General Kxox.
controls the sun and order of the universe. Our 1.ler mention the death of Lieut. Tip. upon without stint, have made regular pro. says I he was slave thirty.four and 30. G.W.Hyatt,Alachua 63. J. Thomas, I

The cry of some few tory prints, and the ton, tflhe Rifles, and Lieut. Sturgeon, of one tests, it is said, against the unjust taxation, but free.man one. :and decides in for years of a 31. G. B. Head Leon 64. D. Tidwell, Madison. But we are to have it seems.Mr. Crittenden, a3

: miserable dastards who support and echo their of the Pennsylvania regiments. The formerwas Santa Anna does not stand upon trifles in his in South Carolina." He also "he slavery 32bner Hutchins, 65. G. Triste, Leon able and honest man, but a thorough a whig a* exists .

.. have been of the son of cx.Senator Tipton of Indiana transactions. says, could 33 A. C. Johnson Wak. 66. B. T. to head foreign affairs-he who was ,
with the enemioo money Tuly. Hari'
treasons ever -the lanci vf **..---- ,. .. not make a support for himself and wife in 34. John Holt, Gadsden 67. J. Alachua General, and
their ? ,r U.1 Prom nvv indi..Ii.; ;i.. wo1' -. I""" "** Attorney resigned because .
r COUtr Tissuch_ cnpjyjc/jea1vt/ auid. uen. cot ITbn %p. Mini / .1. MUl Clljtsy well A. E- 68. A. Tao,, ; 1Ir TIle
intends IGO 2
\tbtJ an immediate movement Han. Ion ViIer. .t : a Unit.1: Hank! _
,
Gen. there a freeman. here slave." \Vm ) 69. Cii < Stt. Ger.F. r.
i en I believe it Shields' health is as a Thai li<> Vlchr.
most just,) de. nearly reestablished upon the city of Mexico-at least within a 37. G. !ra.1 finance-xvhat of the Wilmot
S =. clarin L i : wi or days. Hard bread is being ba. become / 33. Wm. G. Johnson 71. tariff of 1846 would scarcely raise

wnigs and democrats engaged in the war with Two letters from Wbipple) arc pub. I ked for the march, the quartermasters have "a degraded as negroes of the 39. J. B. Kent, Wakulla 72.? EdwardVatker,Lon. he had n idea that Mr. Walker could 82,0
S Mexico. Such sentiments shew lished in the papers. He is treated been ordered \oilh ; who, he aas" resort to roguery and 40. John Leach,Columbia 73. W. boro a dol-
a corruption kindly as to hold themselves in readiness Stringfeler. tar at under the of
act last
par .
Ala
of heart and principle only (but not a prisoner of war, and expect shortly to be and in every department all is bustle and drinking when they arc out of employment." 41. B. B. Lane, 74. J, hJisn that the sitn He insisted
equaled ac. must and
It is his 42. H. J. Lanier, Leon 75. J. J. country would inevitably fallback
that slave Keith.
opinion in Leon
the exchanged. He his a an situation
surpassed) by wickedness was on .
to
Cordovaat
It
ene. way tivity. being impossible to receive clothing 43. J. the tariff
here ) Lewis Wakulla 76. J. Wakulla upon policy of 1942 he
S last is better off and has ; predicted and
to .
of cause Woru
mankind. accounts. The letters happier
my are for from tho ,
to long United States hundreds of Mexicans 44. A. J. Lynch Duval 77. staked his reputation
: The fiendish enemies of their country, of us to-day. Gov. Soto has him in charge, to are at work our men in uni than a free negro in a free State ;" and says 45 D. K. Lay, Leon. 78. J. W. Levinus, Lon failure of Mr. Walker's as a financier, on the otter
her whom Gov. Wilson bar putting I that not only the free in the 46. John Jenkins anticipations, a to the tariff
honor and happiness, are by the has written, thanking him. form. even think that the will negroes vicinity ,Madison 79. X P.Mayer,Jefferson of IS-El. He !
abhorre abhorred
true patriots of'all parties. for his civilities. before army of New York, but thousands of are 47 K. U. Martin, Duxal '80. Geo. Barefoot Leon. the subtreasury, which besaid
names are move General Pierce I
: and The in comes up ; butit worse off than the slaves of Carolina." Recapitulation.-From Alachua county 10; Columbia had .only ceased to ,be mischievions because
now, in,after time will be, treated with in. following relation to the evacuation is South
hardily
probable that Gen. Scott 21
t will Duval 5
"
Madison 6 Leon had
of Tab He worked in the of ; ; ; 25 ; Wakulla 8 ; i become ridiculous." Such two of
,. famy, and their memories will be only remem. as co the Sun Anahuac of the mach before that officer within village Islip, in which he Gadsden 3 ; Jefferson 2. the are
chief
27th ut! gets one or i aid there lived two hundred free cabinet ministers the of the
about
Democracy
bred to teach our sons that they were most : two days' march. At least 1500 hundred of I ne From the Newport Gazette of the 17th inst. South to
we are
'. and unholy traitors. The U. S. steamer Com. the groes. Out of this number, there are few who gain by running a no party candidate.
Perry, sick be Jefl behind, a majority of extract the following notice of their embarkation in Then
wi comes Jefferson
arrived hu are able to gain a decent but Davis, war minister,
The
we
,
immortal Lizardo
Scott delineated in most sin.I yesterday at bringing with them bo in situation tako support are a the Schooner Tallahassee for the a
a of
to seat
:: king and beautiful language, the feelings of the him the steamers Scorpion, Spitfire and Vixen. in case the up arms poverty-btricken and roguish eel." Such is .Some war : presume only to bring the army back, or a* Colonel
garris >n was attacked. or seventy of (this fine
Haskell
: The forces have the character of most of the free sixty-fe company ,of Tennessee,[whig for
; of the
been cajididate
and ]
'.% patriot the odious and poisonous reptile, withdrawn from the Speaking sickness, the South Carolina negroes of men, d cf the First Lieutenant Conge
: be city of Tabasco in North. We have comments to make.- arrived at Newport says, to .blow off the blood _ads," of ,
claiming to man, endeavors to destroy consequence of the severe regiment has suffered more than other i in n on Saturday evening last-and
e the freedom and happiness of his own kin and sickness which prevailed among them, till the the service. This any These statement are taken down from the lips encamped until Monday morning ,when they wenton we mistake not, Gen. Taylor has been the leader of
not It
was
t expected. board the
.& ;; country. lea these noble lines from a son sickly season shall have passed. thought that the Northern was of an honest and unsophisticated man, xvhose iinmediitely Schr. Talahae.intending to proceed the pack. Jefenn Davis voted for the tariff of 1S4,
would
on ,
4 .,', of Britain Every thing was taken on and the suffer regiments testimony we give for the benefit of our slaves minutes at the Rail Road paasage merely stopping*a few and was its warmest advocate. He is to go in to help
most Terminus
to take
hoar in the but
hereaway the on
.. ,
tropics
:, ,;: Breathe there a man, with soul 10 dead, evacuation was effected New Yorkers and South Carolians have been at home and the fanatics abroad. Captain Livingston and the remainder of his bard Crittenden and Evans and Fillmore renac the tariff

never t himself hath said, from the enemy, who was in considerable it but the wind being ahead, the schooner came to a- of 1S42. Ten Fillmore,chairman of the committee
!: ,5' .; Thij It my own.my native land i force ouUiJc. The defences as were, side by side, and the former have The stale }"an .-A correspondent of but a quarter a mile above the bridge, until sun of ways and means, in 1842 who passed the tariff
all o
If such here be, go mark him "el1. ed were destroy had but few cases on (he sick list comparative: the New Schnellpost, writing af last night. when she dropped down a" far Mr.
when the place first upon a Abbott Lawrence, & Co., made to the
For him was
no minstrel numbers occupied six weeks The the Terminus, promote
; \vell. ly. South Carolinians out of900 strong fairs in France and the popular fermentation., took the Captain and the remainder of
High (though his title?.proud his name. since. when mustered, the company on board, and sailed at daybreak thismorning. sale of good stored in their ware houses, in advance
now turn out about 400.
,1 Of I :
: Boundless his wealth .wish can claim, Com. Van Brunt, with the bomb says and secure them their three million profit from the
.. Despite those titles and brig Emma the other 500, some 140 have died, 200 have "The whole ground on which the .
power pelf the steamer Scourge, and the govern Or own County of Wakulla is well represented people and Fill their own pockets-now we
The wretch concentrated all in self, gunboat been left sick in the rear, and the ment of France is in suppose
Bonita. are now standing is undermined. company by some eight or ten of her
worthy he i
e : Living! shall forfeit fair were left at Kronfpra. few mil'. I in here. res citizens. We have j come to Fill-More.) We recommend Mr.
,, renown I hospital The health of the regiment No one knows whether, or how long it no doubt but that, if Fimore'i
peace
4SIIS doUbly. dying, .% go down from the mouth of tho river, (it being a heal. is improving however and can should not be proclaimed before reach the nomination to our Southern friends,who wishto
,
conval remain. is they
( : To the vile dust from whence he sprung, thy location) to take charge of the custom escing. Yours many are I impossible to change anything scene of action (' a consummation most devoutly to run a candidate without regard to party." Of
!; Unwept, unhonored and &c., c. w. K. in this of things which has become be wished for
j unsung. house there, and guard the a ") but that these brave sons ot the Governor Jones we know little, that he has
: "':, May such be the passages leading to ---- condition of existence to the administration Land of Flowers State except
ever doom of the traitor. the capital. wi give our )'oln2 a just opposed to Mr. Polk in
.j j Bo the from the .\: O. .lug. I 11 and even these who cause to be proud acknowledge them as her sons." ben every thing and therefore
can the
war right.or wrong, the true patriot The health of the city of Vera Cruz is improving lir3nt clearly see abyss we understand Democratic principles ale to gain
'I .f will stand his ARRIVAL OK THE STEAMSHIP before them must still approach it. A .
by
What
TELEGRAPH I
shall
the period
country. we say papers. We will give the Evidence Wanted. nothing in him. And John Sargent, the
of
; universal Attorney
; 0 l stand by as idle spectators while our brothers official statement in our next, but the average The steamship Telegraph arrived last evening U distrust has commenced ; no The Jacksonville .''l, in some remarks about a General is too well known to need remark. The

: :i are engaged in the struggle of life or death ? daily mortality is about nine. The vomito is from Vera Cruz, having touched at the one thought for pure, no one guiltless, and all political controversy between (the Sentinel and ourselves Biddle branch of Clay whiggery, on the Vice Presi
? ; Shall we retire regard authority has .
I coldly to discuss the right decreasing. Brazos the disappeared. Accusations
or on dent's ticket
voyage. gi\c its readers to understand that the dis- ,was once represented by him. His very
4 :. wrong of the war, while our kin and The Wo : aro added to accusations the
own clan charges
following understand ;
paragraph from the Sun of that she left Vera Cruz on Giradin cussion was quite a blackguard affair, which was name brings up unpleasant odor and reminiscencesof

..4". are pouring ou their blood for our rightsl- the ult touches Father Jarauta : the 4th inst. but brings no news whatever.- daine has are not disproved, M. Cunin-Gil- conduce with the "choicest.flowors" of Billings the decaying old United States Bank,when the
No. not washed
; Never, never wi the patriot hesitate .This priest and his band of robbers having We received no news or letters from that city. himsclffrom the blot of gate. The discussion about Col. Doniphan's: whigs were raising heaven and earth to force old
: having speech
received
one instant to to 500 shares oftbe
robbed
fly rescue of his brethren. of We Northern
some the property belonging the arc indebted to the commander of the called Hickory to them the
to forth this .
We give
J.; His noble and charge. need not say to our public money to keep!-
,
'i .. hear and stalwart arm can never U. S. Government, from Gen. Cadwallader's Telegraph for a copy of the Matamoros Flag Rairoad already new complaint is spo reader that the charge is far .How very easily the thing is done" Delta
b staid strikes for his and kins. train, delivered it over to the Governor of the 4th inst. ofagainst Marshal Saul, and the Miniser unounde.80 a we SIthe ;
but
.' contr of Or. Dumon are concerned but in their behalf we call theXews ye 1rs. Ghss says .first catch fish."-
and leaves your
S men, the cold upon
izaba ; they are with
spectator and who sold it and Quite the most charged receiv.
.pocketed the article in the : In
: : important Fag to the 1S43 the whigs toasted Mr. "
point out
: t. traitor proceeds. ing 1000 paragraph or cenfcnce, 01 Clay u President
datr toargue with such It is said that the is is the shares of the Railroad between Ly. t
a priest not at all : in fact
bimself satisfied following only certain
word or syllable, which justifies its Constitutional forms remainingto
could the sainted spirits of with this and has abandoned ons and Aviirnon. To stop is impossible : the charge. We
his
,.i sires look down on these degenerate sons that ,n e- nave. command. Adcancc U/JI San Luis.-Fror; :Maior Ar. wheels of State are rolling down the mountain, nave some respect for our cnaracrcr, and for the be gone through." That u a difficulty, and may
_p a copy 01 me American Star ot thur, formerly ( nt Cerralvo character of our and when either i is possibly create some embarrassment in the
formationo
sully the fair fame of our the 29th quarlorinatter we nearer and nearer the where paper attacked,
country, they would This precipice they
July.
i paper it will be recol learn that Gen. Wool has it Ihe cabinet.
is new
received orders natural that
to bo our readers well ourselves ,
i weep angel tears to wash out and obliterate lected is published at Puebla. wi destroyed. And beside this wretch. a as I
S 1" i'; their crimes and perfidy. tie news from the. It contains lit. proceed with the advance of Gen. Taylor's fd policy at home, whose only aim is to secure should desire to know the reasons for the attack,and But if this is to be the way in which Cerm

0 :' :t \6 are assured that this banner will never Mr. Kendall's letters.capital, and is not as full a column Encarnacion, on the 20th inst., in (tho direction of 2:0 among the 490: deputies to vote eVe the nature of the evidence which instigates' :if. Will I Talor is to pay no regard to parties.il.it is honest i

S:' 1. some leagues from-Bu- the JVVtfts vindicate' its the whigs to let n< know it in !vnTh. mtiin
be tried in dastar fear of our enemy. Your We have letters from the American I \ tufa Ji twenty erv ting that is asked of them stands a for.eign veracity by quotations from < *
.
,I-;:;; ". your countrys honor forbid it. Do. prisoners. in Mexico- which we omcer. ena which. wher n A_ wi "-.-J.1i,1_A rfliirwvlinto 'I" policy still more wretched. Guizot our pap r to sustain its charge I it can, we ask will give us all the Rough and keep all the Beady to
cannot find three
: : lend months' rations wi be threatens Switzerland with it to do so. themselves. They say turkey to us one*.
t C IBIS ensign io the deatb. nauy under its room for this morning. The latest date is the thrown. Tho an intervention in net
will
;. and if army then upon case she her We notice this charge because it from
I wing; countless foes i ia dark press 15th July. The health of the is San Luis and changes federal constitution or comes a
i :-, in array party good, communication be opened with takes the least democratic and lest that circumstance Ping up Jokt.-Speaking of -what
h you tb ctle strike quicker blows, with but they see no prospect of release. step against the united Catho- paper. might wags i
.t Tampico Tu
They or from whence than a tail when be i is
will dog's
1
pal supplies tic cantons. Ho cause to believe it, think it tagg
stronger labors in many we a duty of sel( Jleal.
for
ar. ; rushing on long the arrival of the common with Aus.
your enemy army. Gen. thereafter be received. Speaking of tails-we like those
always
::J.j f' '* like Sot All the mule and other (ria to divert the to it, and to rail for the
i. reapers in the harvest of death,"you will has made another effort in their means of( Pope from his plans of re- respect deny proofs. J well. Bogs for instance.

l' !:J soon ring your war shout of victory, wide and we do not yet know the result. behalf alovc, and transportation haft been ordered form ; he interenes against liberal principles would be better for the .'f.to be coopertingwilh ( hog?-we saw one of these animals

:, ).t!:,i high over the valleys and mountains of Mexico. Gen. Almonte has been senttoTulancingo. xvhole activity prevai. throughout tho in Portugal, carries on the meanest intrigues us in justifying the ways Democracy to men, site the other day lying in the gutter,and in the opp
department. one a well dressed had
.Go then where The in Spain, crouches before England and and in exposing the errors and faults of manVtbe frt one
waits nature of the plays whiggery, .
glory him in his
the
/ you charges against we nose, latter a ring on hi The man
TIg Flag gives
the
I. and honor have la account of the outrages mot miserable part in Europe And than to be counteracting the effect of otir labor in drunk fn/e.
,
success attend (he brare. not yet been able to ascertain. More of in the can WM the hog was sober. i is known
4 "tSc: The flees from danger and him in our next. perpetrated vicinity of Matarnoras, by France-the France of 1789, 104, 1805, that behalf by remarks groundless and unjustified. by the company he keep," thought we; 1 thoughtMr. !

::" !2 ;J cowar inglorious Gen. Alvarez Mexico upon their own countrymen and coun.trywomen. 809 and 1830-long bear this ? Porker,and of he went.
bim.rl e gallant sol!. in the capital the middleof Certainly
; oyer'e & The same that lot. Already the .Mr. Dixon H. Lewis addressed Speaking of % o/f/ puts us in mind ot a gun ;
!r 2c" dier looks danger in the face with July, and had several ppr mentoD trumpets of the people's to Col. Bail>*
long interviews with It
we and
spirit un. tho resident Mexicans Peyton last Spring certain once went off one night, we I Ihuen't
lately udgment-seat as to General owne.
dauntedand danger's self'recoils Santa Anna. Parr applied are commencing, Dies ira, dies fn'uirie ;
j1 frm his to Gen., Taylor to illa Taylor' views on questions to the Iinee.
protect them from and the dead interesting State
&, -j :. flashing and Mr. Tri hare soon Freedom will arise Speaking of guns-reminds of W*
e1 up-lifted arm. le must been indisposed. A Right's party remarking that if Gen. us
Taylor
armed bands of their I was an rder.
;: Volunteer own sent to destroy the work darkness." saw a lady with ( ? face
I.Z much
honor and tho letter countrymen advocate of State yesterday o
prayers of ). private written on the 29th ult Right' principle, he wuud .
sup
:
your countrymen thither for the thF1 she refused for
says of was admission omnibus
'E purpose the him i if into aa
i low to the and Mr. Trist'.lleahh has express ravaging port even he was a whig.
you baUle.fel may return improved. Truth fear of an explosion !
you and the Once. In
t- country destroying The fo -
Flag chancery onetime The Montgomery Flag and Advertiser .
: triumphant We have in reference
triumphant in peace, a copy of El National, of the 24th that aid should crop when tbe counsel of tho says Speaking of explosion-remind* as of Gen. Tay
them.
-tl ctf aloft the think b ( parties set to the above, that it
bearing escutcheon and 21st fort a I
of your country, ul. This paper is published at At. Flag has more from GeqeralScott's the boundaries of the land in i minepreentaionof lor' Signal letter which baa Mattered the Whig
by
Mr.
t (learning with to lisco, the rmor. question Lewis. He did not
enjoy the gratitude present of the State of Pue. say support
glr capital and the
'ff plot
but this time counsel "
on said
army. we are to one We
happy Gen. '
honor and will bail your return to bla. From it we learn (hat Gen.. Garay has know that they false this, side, lord and par leon Taylor even if he was a whig. Everyman KJ- The Legislature of Maine has passed t bill
are
my counsel
: being ;
friends and ( Florida. reported to the al entirely on who knows thing of Mr. Lewi* .fixed, unalterable .
o ( Government that he had defeated any and resolve
that
4 your Mexican. We do repeat them. other part said, '* We lie on this side lord for altering the Constitution, *o
; Cor Dural iheri turned Capt. Livingston 150 American riflemen at (he river my ; political opinion most b aware that be hereafter Governor.
Cn!. Davenport the -the lord chancellor Hatton Senators and Representative
: I Calobozo. inspected Ohio regiment I stood up and 'could not consistently,and would
and tohim! tbe lie not
f presenting standard, said : To sets down oar II at one cap on the 31st ult. Tho was said, If vou l lie oil both sides whom xvill makenluc th* General Court and to Congress maybe chosenby
the tain and re.ul very vou unqualified pledge to man office.
Ibis support
u any lo -
i gallant five a plurality. The in reference members
J yo ederf corps, Iftlliel kie dr\vne creditable to tho appearance discipline ot nave me to believe 7 provision
*
We authorised, who has within
hare the are by a
'into gentleman
.G your'handsthis aQ rde prisoners. the Congress and County Officers, infc immediate
foe
I : took They generally enjoy good health, "Ma, what is ?I" "It is the last conversed with Mr. Lewis!
emblem of fie tory-(he gift. of our pat. forty horses nnd some mules and sy I trop. few revenge xvhen three day upon operation bat the other, befog srs.end'

: l( : riotic Chief }hg ltr t.. His own hm i not mentioned. niong thf m.beng cases of diarrhoea a. your broomstick.daddy "scolds mo, and I [bat him with the the content of hi* letter to Col. Peyton,to'nay thus_ rnents to the Constitution, have to be submitted, to

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Elections counteract the effect o the wl o democrat i au4.scooke of the recent elections clears away. We t in Baltimore, Maryland, at Gregory's Lot. DR HULL'STmor -the-President of the United j

Oar latest returns from the States in which dec,0 principles, which all their panic predictions could hare good reason for believing that tie name of the tery Office, in..M j neiL Western Empire. B States. -
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bare recently been held are not sufficiently not prevent or check ? Well see. old hero has been used in thelate cany.in for DO !
ofn. '
jjtoite t to enable as to give the result in all of them. Free Trade. purpose but to help (the Whig in the local and Con Oj- Mr. Clay las written another letter, '

'a- them below: gressional elections. acknowledging tie of a dozen scythes.
lit w the returns m we gin Sometime in of present N. Y. Nov.
So September a Congress distinguished 10, 1546.
states that the He has changed sis he made his
new
4.I.I. 7uiee.-Tbe Nssbville Whig in the conn. men from the principal nations of Europe is to beheld fjtyThe number deaths in the city of New York] speech at a con dinner at New Orleans D. HoU-D Sr-Enclosed send,o two dol

pia of the Whig candidate for Governor in Belgium, to which the great men of our for the week ending 7, was 420 ; in Philadelphia last winter and instead of lar you please send me eight boxes .u1
AnU.1
Bedford. Robertson the of W
Rutherford. approbating Lotenges. I made application to
;,..of Sumner.Davidson invited the of your on .
tbe
country are fo discussing for the same period 189 in Baltimore 110,
; with Mexico
Messrs.
compared with the l tGonrDOC" pOle war a means of upon your agents here Goodwin &lcKinne1.and
at.- and Tlliamson. as Democratic subject of Free Trade. The Belgium commi!sione and i Charleston for the week ending the Oth inst her ajust punuhment for her inflicting they informed me they were out, Ibod '

. '. election' when the present has puhli.he an address, requesting the attendanccf the deaths were 17.fji the now "deprecates many the outrages a supply in a few days ; but having a opportunity to 1 :
,.. elected by 1541 nnjontv. is about tbatnr causes send directly to you, I concluded not to the risk
incumbent was some of our eminent statesmen, who have studied f
.e' :>The Horn. Edward Bradley member of Con which brought it about, and the manner of its of this deay. one of my family being now sick withWors TN pursuance of the Act of Congressentitled "An
316V0te.Later* the subject thoroughly, in which he states that both -L Act establish town
A most made of the at Marks.in orida,-
commencement use Lozenges
. dates state the election of the Whig candi- the advocates and of trade will gress elect fiom the Western District of Michigandied significant sign your fo approved on the 2d of M rcS I
opponents free be ex- as to how the which hewas for. last two years,in all cases where I had reason to suspect dy < IS33. JAMES
..' about 2500 majority; and the election of a recently at the Crotel Hotel, New York. this party K. ,President he United States of America
date j by to attend and that a full anI thorough discus the "embodiment Worms as the cause of sickness, and in all cases PI ,
. The complexion of the Congressional pete merly will hereafter go with satisfactory There are of do hereby declare and make known that a .
Whig Legislature.not known. ion of the whole question by the best informed political So-party" Party.. -The Whigs seemto This deprecation of Mr. Clay i is no at all lk neighbors who rl1s.used them by many my recommendation my sale will b held at !the Land Office at pbU

delegation economist, is desired. The address show T"taken fancy this to the his patriotic zeal during the last war ,an.11 have never heard of a case in which in the of Florida,for the tfifpom of ib* n.
. in this State is for Congress a strong
) election bae year derrnentioned lots in said
tfttI'Cly.-The town of
Marks
that the commissioner himself,is an earnest advocateof Great Britain, and we are only that he' they did not give complete satisfaction. I S. ,commencing
preume.
From the returns we think non-committal policy, to military men, and to I sorry on Monday, October
next
b- and Legislature. have informed that Ihe.t ,
out of
free trade. are -
From w hat we have Keen, we presume has expressed such an opinion ofthe your agent you they
certain that Messrs. Boyd Pe)t'.n,Clark,and mum candidates. The following is the speech present them present ; but if not, I think you would dowel to wit:
.t..e it pretty and Messrs. Buckncr, Games the meeting of such a Congress:i* a suggestion of the reported in the last Marietta Advocate, of the \\.-Kenluc Icy Yeoman. to forward them a supply without waiting for Lots numbered two three, four,lis.seven, eight,

.e.f French, Democrats; free traders, who are so confident of the j justice of for Senator. He order. ten, eleven, twelve, fourteen, fifteen,sixteen,eighteen
candidate
..fb Thompson Adams. Duncan, and Morehead, Whigs; their cause, that they desire the test of the ablest arguments Whig in the title of General." The, to occasionwas rejoices Father MatLlievIt is not quite true," (You are at liberty to make such use of this as you nineteen twenty, (Wfn-two. twenty-three ,

are elected. In the last Congre the delegation writes the Union's correspondent "that Fa. deem proper. I twenty-four.twenfy sixfwenty'-sventwenfy-eirnt,
of may
their
r stood 3 Democrats and 7 Whi .. A Whi;; Legislate have their doctrines opponents in and the are 5 anxious to a recent public meeting of Ibo citizens of! I (her Matthew has been pensioned by the British With great respect, I remain loon truly, thirf thirty,thirty.onet hirty.two,thirty'four.thir1.6 f.
mot
placed
however prominent Cobb county, at Marietta. His competitor C.V.. LINCOLN. ,- ix.thirl-igbt.thirty.niD, forty forty-rwo. 4
r of course: majol ity reduced light before the world that wish the test to be i Government. A contribution has been set forty-three fifty,
they Mr. Hunt, had just spoken : N. B Be careful to enluire for I fair* Lozenges, fortI.rr. frtl.lx. lorty-efgbt
c! Indiana.-The return exhibit the following remit on fool by a number of distinguished noble others fifty-one fifty-five, fifty-six, fitt -
applied in a way and upon a theatre which will attract Gen. TI gentlemancalls a are in the market for who good or .lll.two.tnr.four.
i in the Congressional ticket-l!It District, Elisha the ot all Bir' Spch.-u ) men and gentlemen of Great Britain and Ire- bad qualities! we cannot become responsible. l-eight,sizty-two.uuixty.three.sixty.oor.sixtysix.ixty .
attention everywhere
; J Thomas J. Dem. intelligent men on ober or his arguments. Fresh of the above valuable medicine Iii 'ven. ,sixty-eight, .nentl.-for.seventy-five, :
Embree. Whif. 2d, Henly 3d. and, to make an annuity of JCS00 a ( snpply
up
shows what vast is attached
This Congress importance I don't know which side I belong to ; I am no lla '' "t in Tallahassee and for sale by sevent}-six. seventy-eight seventy-nine eighty.eightysit .
e J. L. Robinson, Dem. 4th C. R Smith Wbic5th .- fur the good friar to enable him to continue
to the question,to be discussed. In truth, it man. I habeen in Mexico for twelve LEWIS AMES. eighty-seven,eighty-eight, ninety nine-

W W. Wick Dem. Cth, D. M Dobni, Dem. is the great question of the age. All nations are e- party months. I don't take the and don't his benevolent work, his own private fortune August t21.1S7. 5 S ty-one, ninety-two ninety-six ninety-eight,ninety-

7thR.W.Thompson Whig.: Mh,John Petit,Dem. papers having been exhausted by it and the Queen nine one hnndra.one hundred and two,one hundred
interested it, and the immense increase of ;
qnally in read any. I am the people's candidate and Medical Notice. and thre. hundred and four, one .handred
) 9th, C. W. Cathcait, Dem. This is a gain for the the commerce of the world in our day gives it a if elected will be the representatire.You gives JC300 ayear out of her privy purse asher and sixonehundred and sevenons hundred and eight

Whigs of one member: E. Embree in the first dis ; prominence it reter had before,and its practical importance have known me pople's fourteen years, donation. Fe was nominated recently- DR. R. W. FISHER one hundred and ten.onehnndrcd and elevenone hundred .. .

trict. The Legislature said to be Whig by a small for Bishop nf Cork by the clergy of the diocese and twelve,one hundred and fourteen, one hundred -
it does the business of
affecting, as every and know whether I am qualified to Ins,
majority. The defeat of Owen in the first district you rep. ; but it is said that the Pope has not confirmed OFFERS professional !'enict to the public. and fifteen, one hnndrcd and sixteen one bnn- : .
man, a well as the great interet. of all nations resent you or not." at Hickory Hill, the residence of George dred and eighteen, one hundred and nineteen one
li said, by the Louisville Journal, to be owing to his the nominatio..tbinking doubtless, that H Fi her. .
makes i a question nearer commensurate with the We,would suppose i nut hard to decide Ilunrl and twenty, one bnndred and twenty-two. ,
opinions on religious subjects. His majority in 1S45 he apostle of temperance would ohorn ofhis July 17. 1S47. 52 and
and
national welfare of our whole race than any other.- whether man was qualified to represent a b hunre iwenty-three one hanre
was near 1100. His opponent i!' now successful by usefulness! by being elevated to a bishop *T T'3' T'' hnMrP and ,
. The feeling is becoming unuersal.thatit it is time men senatorial district, who does no know which rico" with s.lithe following named lot. notcovered

some 500 majority. should know the truth on this question. Bu,incAS has side he belonged to-"don't take the papers, by the donation ol ten acres, theTatIahass .

Jcnra.-Thompson, Democrat, is elected to Congress taken that turn which requires its investigation and and don't read any." Perhaps he too __ DRELL'- e Railroad Company viz: Lots nnmoered .
think tx, We are authorized to FLETCHER AND .AtiUtAND'ANTI
announce
district in .
the rt fifty-nine sixty
from 10Sothing ascertained forty-seven seventy-one, seventytwo i
settlement. The development of the resources of different hat it is unnecessary to reiterate the often-
from the second. The lIon. Shepperd Lcffler WHITAKEU, w a candidate for Tax Assessor and fEVER seventy-three e hty.two. eighty-five, and J I
nationsand their intercourse with each other, declared principles of the Whig parGro.Cos ninetyfour.The .
is the Democratic candidate. Collector for Leon County, at the enduing election PILL
have arrived at that stage in which it is of the utmost uionali _' _' offering of the abovemeationed lots i
in October next wi b
.faliama.-ln 31 counties the majority for Chapman importance that the true theory should be establish commenced on Ihe Jay appointed,and proceed .i
the Democratic candidate for rpflE folowinz. which we extract from the Cam- name order in which they are advertised with i
Governor
i. Slate alt
Brazilian we
-
4:17. ed. The time i U ripe for action, and the wise men Escape of! th \ cJ- We are authorized to announced J.\rKxON JL den J.ural. is from the Rev E L. Frazcr, of .
convenient dipatch,until) the whole shall hare been
and he will be elected by a majority of at least 7000 mentioned in Journal, the case of f
of the world see that it is so. Saturay's J. WHITCHURST, a a candidate. for Tax .\: ssor Kershaw District, S. C offered, and the sale tbns closed. But the sale shall

S For Conge!Gayle is elected in the first district Intbis ,.ie\ we lee that it is the condition of the he two Brzian sla\es wa to come before and C ,lief tor for Leon County, at the ensuing tle>-- F.\RMINCTO-V, KERSHAW DimicyS. C.,7 not be kept open longer than two weeks and no private i S

a Whig gain. Hilliard (W.) re-elected without op industrialpursnitsotn.ankindwhich now forces this Judge Oakley morning on another writ of lion in October. 'I I hare used in May 19. H4G. 5 entry (o }lot will be admitted,until after the 't":
Dr Hull's
Harris D. elected succeed it the of my family Fever and of weeks.
position. ( ) to Cottrell ; Habeas Corpus. But was opinion expiration tt.o
to be of the first and universal importance a Pills, and also Dr
question mot Spencer's Vegetable Pills,
Cobb D) to succeed Chapman loge (D.) to succeed almost who heard the case that 03- W1: are anthori/etl announce DANIKL Age Given under my hand at the Cify of 1\ubingto. :
( ; Men in power could not avoid it i if theywould. every lawyer i last two years, and have no hesitation in pronouncing this twenty-first day of May Anno one ,

Payne; Bowden and Houston, both dem.,reelected.In It stands before them turn, demanding Judge Oakley must do a Judge Edwards did, :fetE Y. Es1.| a a candidate for re-election them to be the most excellent family medicines thousand! eight hundred and forty-seven.Dmini. .

the Legislature House will be largely' demo up i every dismiss the writ Habeas Corpus and restore Clerk of the Circuit Court of L or County, at the I -and as an act of justice to the worthy proprietors By the President i
to b dealt with. I presents ibel to each of these invaluable Pills, I will state, for the ,
cralic the slates to the captain of the \es el, the I election HI October next. J.\ K. POLK.
IE
!
nation, as no other question does, a!the question in information and satisfaction of all concerned, that RICHARD M. YOUNG, ,

.VtfrtA Carolina. The Rale'gh Standard cf the which its interests and prosperity are linked with friends of the slates determined to liberate $3- WE are authorized to announce WILLIAM my wife, prior to our marriage, had been mOle of Commiiiumcr bf General Land Office.NOTICE. .
Ilth inst. has the following : them in spite of the law ; and last night they Ics the subject ot Chill and Feveri for about eighteen th
the interest and prosperity of every other nation.- I C. CAMPBELL, Esq.as a candidate for Clerk of the
In the district,the candidates were Thos. L. were both abducted by some unknown meansfrom months, having tried various remedieswithout .
frt is not strange.then, that leading minds should desire I Circuit Court of Leon County. at (the October f
ensuing I success.and was very much reduced in flesh. A few
Clingman John Gray Bynum, both federalists.We .- I the prison in Eldridge street. or In pursuance to the proisiots.1 the Act of C<'ngress -
have no intelligence whatever from that region its discussion by a general congress. This is what is low 1 1by tl. rtion.KJ days after our marriage she commenced with 5pm.cur's "- approved 2d }March 1&31,entitled An Art

cf the State.In but yielding to the absorbing demand of the times. means they rraped. as Jet Pil., and in a day or two afterwards with to establish a town at St. Marks, Florida.the Register 1

i, the second district, the candidates were Na- For our part, we do not here. We believe known. The keeper says that ( : WE are authou/cd to announce NICHOLAS flu!!'. ; she used about hal a box of each; the and Receiver of the Land Oct at Tallahassee,

taniel Bpyden and Joseph M. Bogle! both federalists, itOf he locked them up on Sunday night with the \, IJRANCII a a candidate lor Tax Assessor and result wa, a RADICAL CUR a She regained her will be rfuire. prior to the ,to ascertain J
that this influence
and first district sustained by a large federal same increasing importanceof other prisoners and took the keys of the prison Collector for Leon count, at the October election. health and strength very rapidly, and has hail no return .the any improvements which may have
majority. No news from them. industrial pursuits, the necessity thus begot for usual into he found of Chills and Fever tince. I believe theseMedicines been made on the lots designated in this prCJamtion. ,

In the third district the federal candidate was more extended intercourse, the consequent growipg as hislJcd.room.her fpj-: WE are authorized to announce JAMES W. to bf harmless and safe; and when used ,respectively.."and the p irch3 T at public sale I.
Daniel M. His but hem this morning ; but on opening the prison asj 7>frtifayi7Tff majority was large
Bun e. intimacy of nations and the wide- preadmg connec- SHERWOOD a candidate for Tax Assessor ard aer ;
the expected to vote for Walter he found that the two slaves had escaped during a I E L f RAZFR. other than the owner thetfr. in addition to
F. Leake, of R generally chmod, though that gentleman had tion of races which the interests of commerce require the night. As to how they escaped, he Collector for Leon county. at the October eliclion. h supph of the above_1 lutI'pIeicine) the sum to be paid to the United sbal.State.be. and hereby 1'J'

declined to be a candidate. should b rendered more cordial, are all preparing 1. Journal j'ist received in Tallahassee, a.id bv is.required to pay to the owner Ihe improvements f:
pleads complete ignorance.-X. :> WE are authorized to announce JAMES WILLS '
In the fourth distric the candidates were A. II. the way for the speedy success of the August 7, ISI. 3 2t LEWIS &AMES. ,the value of them a thus a ,r'ail; and if .
'otrine Commerce 9/A ins!. candidate for the office of Commis-
as a County
Shepperd.federlist, Junius L. Clemmons,dem ,of free trade. We think these things have forced it o \\OODRIFFS\ DtSEXTERI payment therefor shall not be made upon day r>n 'f
ocrat. The federal majority was some ei httn hun inner, at the election in October next CORDIAL which the same was purchased d.the lot shall be again
dred rotes under tbe Ray'nermander, but-we have no upon the world to its present position. Free tradeis WHAT TiE PEOPLE REMEMBER.The .VO I I'M BUG! offered at public sale en the next ray of sale and I'

doubt that Mr. Clemmons has rtd'Jce it consideraMy. no theory. I is the inevitable result of a certain Great People, who decide all questions 05WE are authorized announce JO HT.\ W BCTO>T or THE BEST REMEDIES EVES DISCOVERED such person shall not b capable becoming the '

condition of civilization \hich is rapidly developing under our have good memories. s.lt.\DElLS 3 a candidate for the office of Tax .\- IOR BOWEL DERA pnrchaHT of that cr of any other lot offered a that ]
In the fifth district Abraham 1%'. democrat government CFMt T. sale .Prov led That if lot and
Venable
: .
is doctrine (' and Collector, at the election October next.jcj public any so oferf >
to maturity. a not bolstered up by ingenious The remember thatvhen Federalsts s eas r in WOODUUFPS DYSENTERY CORDIAL ,
has been elected over John Kerr, federalist by I People DR. bid cfl on the la!t day of the public sail sbaIst j

171 majorty. argmtnt., but forced upon men's minds and were in power in 179B they enacted the { WE are authorized to announce THOMAS Cholera Infantuin Diarrhea and, Dysentery Summer,Complaints Cholera Morbu of Chil. be thus paid for. the same may be entered private I

In district Gen. Daniel, democrat, has into practice a sure result and reward of man's KAMOCS ALIEN AND SEDITION LAWS. Ml.N'ARD) 3 a candidate for the office of Tax Asttessor dren. sale, upon paying to the United States. the sum at
been elected A- II. and I. : which it bid off, and to the of the im
Arrmgton was
over Henry owner
*
industry, aid
bter-irete energy enterprise. The People remember that the Federalists and Collector, at the election in October next.J fiom II. H IlilUaid. late U S. .Vitt to Belgium. -
Tonic, independent democratic candidate proreCent., previously ascertained value there J Jof.
te
The seventh district has no doubt elected Gen Consequently its progress will not cease. As man opposed the SECOND WAR OF INDEPENDENCE, I t

McKay democrat,over Mr. Hall,federalist, and Mr improves his:energies, it will force its 'way along, refused to vote for supplying. our armies with WE are authorized to announce HUGH ARCHER Dr. Woodruff:-My Do Sir:-A few days By tled of Congress afori. the minimum
since I received the Cordial which 1
Brjan independent democrat.In until it shall attain its complete triumph.This provisions and clothing, and declared it unbecoming a a candidate for Tax Assessor and Collector enough to send me. Having used the you article were,good I do price town lot is dollars, :

the 8th district,the candidates were Richard S.Donnell. has been the manner of of all great a moral and religious people to rejoiceat I at the ensuing; election in October next.. not hesitate to pronounce it a most valuable medi and of each out tot at twenty-five dollars per acre f .RICIi.RD ;
federalist, and Win. K. Lane, democrat. prgres -- ---- M. YOUNG.CQ'WD1 ,
We hare heard bt from few counties, and it is therefore principles Man must first be put a condition to victories gained over our BRITISH ENEMIES. WE are authorized to announce JAMES L. cine. Indeed for such affections of the bowels a of the General L.u Office. ,

impossible preic the result with any Jee appreciate their truth and importance. The wants The People remember that the war was hART I a candidate for Tat Assessor and Collector we sometime at ail equal suffer to it.with in the South, I know nothing Juue5,1MI. 46 131. I 1 f',

of certainty Mr was runtime well, but the and necessities of his position will then force himto carrie on by the Democracy of the countiy for Lon County at the election in October neit My friend,(Cut Se.brn Jooe. would have part of ,

federal majority under the Rajnermandrr was between adopt them ; while at the same time his reason unti was ended in a blaze of glory by the it ; the remainder I have laid aside fcr use when I The Savannah Georgian. 1 JTN \'
seven and eight hundred :3VE arc authorized and requested to announceJOHX
will unction the and wonder that this has the may need it. R
adoption
PATRIOTIC JACKSON OO PLAINS OF NEW pectfuly. '
The 9th district, we regret to sa\, has most pro DAFFIX as a candidate for Tax Assessor W HILLIARD. the fact that the undersigned have 3I. .t
bably elected David Outlaw, federalist, over ColonelBiggs ben neglected so long. Thus it \ill be with regard ORLEANS. JE"RY announcing
the election in October next.CO associated themselves in the Editorial
Collector, at together
democrat. to fice trade principles. That the time l.a come The People remember that during the whole ant From Benjamin Gardner, Editor of the Southern Department of .THESAVANNAH GEORGIAN." 7'; ":i

Toe democrats have elected three certain, to wit : for their adoption u indicated not more by their reCent of that war, the Federalists, as a party, were THE friends of WILLIAM H. ANDREWS Shield, Eujaula _i/u. we take this occasion to say to the I'atron that 41
Venable and and think < z:
Mer. Daniel McKay; ,we success, in the old world and in the new, than the BRITISH PARTY. respectfully announce him as a suitable candidate ANOTHER LIFE SAVED BY THE CORDIAL, pa per,and to the public peDeraUy.that arrangement '
there is some ground for hoping for the fourth. In '
our net "e shall be able, no doubt to report the by their inevitable tendency ot" modern industrial The People remember that the Federalists for be office I' Sheriff of Jefferson County, Fl., at .'ftt Physician's / /had failed lo benefit. in have outward already.appearance been made, that no pains improvement will be ,.:

result in all the districts. pnl 3. staked their reputation as a party, that the the election in October next, believing that no one Jr. IJ'oodruff-Dear Sir:-I take great pleasure spared to elevate a its character as a commercial i j

Special Election in Virginia.-The majority. for country would be ruined if the BANK O.' TiE is more deserving the ofiice than he, or more worthy in testifying to the efficacy of your Dysentery Cordial paper, a:fill its columns with interesting .Ia :

Meade, democrat, is S7. Dromgoole's majority in The thing s.te. UNITED STATES was not re.chartered. the sutfraie of the voters ol Jefftrson. from testing its virtues in my own family. Mrs. and profitable mater We feel most scn>ib'y '
Gardner last attackedwith (,
was summer violently
General TAYLOR has written another letter con mOt that to render the Georgian such a
remember that the paper
The People country was May 13, 1M7. MANY VOTERS: dises.e soil all eminent J
in the same district was only 17. The that after "iditalil
-rillst as the growing interests and population of tur State
cerning the Presidency, sliichwe think settles the .
,
after the bank had -- - - -
as asefore. --- --- had been battled in its efforts lo
remove
New York Tribunehig..) says cf the new mem- prosperous exploded : i diseac and City require, n diversity of lalor mud It trpended -
bet: He is a man of talent ultra in Ins : mater about his running a a party man. The Sig. > \TOTICEISHEREBY GIVEN that an applicaJ.1 or afford relief and apprehensions began to be felt by ; such we are determin to furnish. I ,
S\ther nat mebuke he gave the whigs some time since was The People remember that the Federalists tion will be made to the Legislatureat its next myself that she would not survive much longer under We up to make its column pleasing to all 4f f,
notions, and will probably heard from in Con ion for the of an act to incorporate a the intense which she was l laboring
b thought by them to be in a great measure atoned fcr have been to the passage agony and while our humble support shall be given J!
gress." The Cofflkjssional delegation from Virginia ever opposed EXTENSION or Bank to bl cal1 The Dank of .}r ldle Florida. I had recourse toyour invaluable Cordial. and before reaer principles which the Democratic j

cow stands 9 Democrats to Whig'Xw.The by the apparently encouraging tone cf his reply to TiE AREA OF FREEDOM. Auz\,f :!1. : she had taken one bottle of it, relief was obtained; party has great planted itselfand upon believing thesa principles I

( the Mercer County (N J.) nomination, but their The People remembr that the Democratic and alter taking two was entirely (urc. I feel sure to be essential to the perpetuity of our national r t'
Democrats in St. county in the letter which sub For Sale. that I am indebted to it for her You can use
Luis hopes are again bate we arty> by its policy, added an EMPIRE to I freedom and the advancement of our national we- t

elected their Judge of Common Pleas by 430 o.erhe join. I must b equal to them to the "bhower the OLD THIRTEEN STATES. well-Vnown and fertile tract of Land in Co this a you may see pro r.Euf.ula.July BENJ. fall we shall studiously avoid all rude collisions r 1-;

( Whir candidate,and 002 over the Native. Also bath" Col. Doniphan spoke of receiving when he The People remember that the Federal party THE Count East Florida known as Charles' 15,1S4G. G.\RDXE. with views and opinions antagonistic to our own.- !
the ) hundred of land cleared, To render our paper the firm but dispassionate exponent
Recorder Judge o and Criminal the Court The Whigs electedthe read the speech of a certain distinguished whig I of the present day opposes the WAR WITH and Ferry.at, containing this time.in a fine state acre fo cultivation, .withal Worms! Worms of democratic principle the calm yet unflinching < .

Xati'c tie Judge of County the old hero sticks to the sentiments he here expresses Exico[ and gives AID AND COMFORT to the the building for the comfort of the WOODRUFF'S WORM SPECIFIC is a safe advocate of Southern institutions the vehicle ; .

Court. we see no other chance for the whig party enemy, and is emphatically the MEXICAN PAR Mcr lUh Dwelling lloiue. Kitchen Meat DR. efficient remedy for Worms. Try it. As of amusing and instructive thought upon all

The are all the returns we hare been able to than to abandon him or take him without a satisfactory 1.in these United States. frmer.lou-, Spore Room, with all other buildings for the good as the beit and as cheap a the cheapest. proper subjects whether of science, litertore. or {
Stables and Cribs CERTIFICATES.I general information; in a word to make it a welcome s :
in houses. .
Also
gather time for of In
our paper our next use negro god
to-ay. knowledge of all his From The remember that the Federalists
political opinions.
People that I Dr. Woodruff's to visitor at once to the merchant and the tahaDic.
and a good ferry Flat, all of which I will low for certify gave Specific a m
we shall probably hare returns sufficient to decide the signs of the times we judge thit this will hardiy threatened to IMPEACH TUE PRESIDENT of the cash. Persons wishing to purchase will: l well to child of mine,and in a short time it brought away 200 .the student and the farmer,shall be our constant

upon the political complexion of the next Conge. be done a most of the leading men of that party United States, for sustaining the rights of the and examine for thems e". worms. JOSEPH SHIPPEY. endeavor. ; and if, in addition to Ibis, we shall ,

From present indications, the opposition "i hae seem to agree that he who thinks lightly of whig ountry. cal REBECCA CII.ARLES. Muscogee County. Georgia lb4G. be enable by extending our circulation through the i.
which bind beloved f.
interior to strengthen the ties our
a mjority. cannot be safe for the The remember that the Federalists Columbus, Fa., August 21, Ii. 5 -4m :
a interests
principles repository People I do certify that I administered to a membr of my State and City toether. and to secure that

State of Politics of their party. have denounced our Generals in Mexico a Lumber! Lumber family Dr. Woodruffs Worm Specific brought oneness of sympathy feeling *o essential to the .J

i The letter will b found addressed to a man not MCRDERERS and ASSASSINS, and have INVOKED away 30 ,worms;; and in another case, it cured one of prosperity of both, we shall find our labors amply

What means the continued silence of the \hign 0 unknown to the good people of our State, especiallyof DEFEAT upon our arm*. TiE deM.<>ned notifies the public that his:Saw mv"Whifesville.Ga.negro women of IMG.Tenia,or JOHN Tape n'or.J. LITTLE. repaid.To enable us to continue our present connection '

all the principal political onestions which divide the Eastern portion of it : The People remember that the doctrine of ( Grist Mill recently erected, is now in mood however and to do all that we would wish to do in 'r

th two parties They say nothing about the tariff, the Federalists is to working condition, and is sawing 20 HEAD-QUARTER ARMY or OCCUPATION, TAKE CARE OF TiE RICH, I certify that I gave Dr. Woruf'j Specific to a way Georgian we
except to utter a faint belief that the success of the Camp near Monterey July 6, 11 }J I and let the rich take care of the poor the He .s"ortet ready to notice fill any, with bills the that best may material be o'dered, and,on at n.gro boy '\ho was in bad brought away look for an inCreas support from lh public; snct :

present one will not last. As no good reason is given Sir: The prospectus of a Native American paper The People remember that the Federalists a j reasonable l terms a any where floe in I the State immediately SGWoims. The THOMAS boy soon rcoert. we now confidently WM. expect.H. BULLOCH. l ;

for this belief, it amounts only to this that the to be edited by yourself, forwarded to me with at.tached are the exclusive friends of MONOPOLIES, HANK, The distan'l from Tallahassee is only ten miles, m a his health HENRY R. JACKSON + '
Ga. 1S47.ff
has been Co\veta County. January t
remarks from duly r<<
.wish is father to the There is total silence you iyr. and the h.\l't direction .
though! BANKERS, AND LAWS, ene-
Upon the point. alluded to in those remark Id B&NXKtP attached to San Mill a Grist Mill, t
to Bank. Nothing is of Distribution mies of the There w my For sale Lewis&. Sole Agents,Tallahassee .
as a sid to which members of the Native party requiTe MAJESTY OF L.\ OK. i in daily operation", anl grinds as good meal :} by \me. TERMS :

cr of a Bankrupt Law. As to Internal Improve assent from those whom they favor for the The People WILL REMEMBER all these which any. other: mill in the country. ; also by the following persons: R. Manning THE DAILY GEORGIAN is published in Savanna, ,.
James B. Beard p. M. Micco-
tnenti, an effort was made by holding the Chicago Presidency, I can only say with al canor. that if and WILL NEVER CONFER l'OWEI ON a J. G. PADRICK. Leon Leon County; S. F. Miccosookie, at Ten Dollars per annum payable semiannually.in ;
be tbing sookie, County ; Burney, ;
office
elected to that it must
Convention, to make that the great political ques the at and without gjxmtaneoutmil Aueust 14, IS47. 4 itTax.Collector's Samuel Pules ton,Druggist.Monticello; James lime, advance; or Six Dollars for six months.
or
pf people
agency
large
of the but awhile there has not been a Joshua of Gadsden County D. Baker THE Tal-U-EIXLT G CORGI AX. for the country ispublished ,
day, in II I fill Quincy; Davie ;
tin e pledge on my part any particular. ever Second Notice.
to meet the the mails, ,
great deal said about it. This is to be the reserveqiseptionthe that high office,it must be untrammelled uxlh party JVane! Wanted whig candidate P. M., Chattahoochie, and Wm. Powers, Merchant three lime a week, ( arrangement o and Saturday.

question they mean to use by making obligations or interests of any kind,and under none for None need apply unless Marian: 4 .) a Ibe omce of Tut.y.Tarday. .n4 _a.
Presidency. 14 1S47.
,
but those which the and the high interettt liE iuitlorsienedTax-Collector i for Leon county!, August
all Commercial, Political sad
subservient to local interest. Every thing Cottut fins
the he T th inte1ence.
principle of the nation II large seriously and oemnly /- be possesses following qualifications ; hereby notifies all tax payers pf said county tat .Advertisement rablisbed 't
ml
else to that the questions growing out be adroit skull breaker and between Notice. induing \
i b for. demand. must an woman he will lferd' at the following places in the Papr. 'I

of Lh war may absorb the whole attention I do not desire the Presidencyand only yield thus and child slayer" for the war whigs. He hour of d,and 1 i. A. M. "1 each day for the purpose undersigned, Executrix: of the estate of This paper ,u sent to parts ff the State and

of tbe people. Why i this i D any UK believe (a my assent to be considered a candidate in the must be in favor of" withdrawing our trops"for ol riceyint their State and County, Taxes due TiE Singleterry,deeulllte of Hamilton Union, or delivered, in al at Five Dlar per ,i
in which it i* desired by the 1&47 : )
am proportion people for the present SPar County all against annum : or at Three Dollars six
that who are such expert the and ready and willing notitf persons ,
tb.big. faultnf.would ttt"of party. peace "biS At Ge.Monxoe's.LakeJackson.on Monday.Sept. 11. said ptate present them,duly authenticated,with.in THE WEEKLY: GEORGIAN is publibe every {:
op a discussion of these permanent Your paper-Ihenumber which}.0 were kind e- upon the shorest to shed crocodile tears, ,* B>rd'.Shopon lamonia Lake. ,on Tuesday," 11. the time l prescribed by the law; and al persons day afternoon, at Three Dollars | r.aJnuz-al Fri

questions for the purpose of constantly hammeringupon nouRh to promise-will be very acceptable; meanwhile over the distressing Efec of this damnableand I annington. on Wednesday, l: Indebted to said estate are r'1uir to payment able in advance. :fSvannab.

questions hat must b temporary, unless the}. I can only hope it will prove useful to the unholy war. mint bo a tariff manor .Pisgah Chur.h, on Tuesday .I 17Roach's 1C.leard' .. without delay. ANN ELZA DE"SMORE Ga. August. IS H. r
Store, Friday
driven Hf heir necessity ThiS would country. Massachusetts and Yankeedom, and a free on July 17, 1547. 52 .
were IS
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t Very truly and sincerely < Rnad ,on Saturday, J

b deserting oae of Ibe offices of whjggery. Your obedient servant, trader for the lower country. He must be an .Benjamin Hale's,on Monday, 2 J. R. FORTUNE, months after Notce.. of Ihe t

The characteristic the present whig party is Z. TAYLOR abolitioniSt for Ohio and the North, and a I Foil Kraden School House, on Tuesdjy, 'It( in New SIX of William B. d. will :
o made as
complaint and (a t-tDdin end those who are thus Maj. Gen. U. S. Army. launch defender of slave holder for the South. .Tallahassee,on Wedoesday,Thui ala) and Fridaj', HAVING by which permanent he arrangement constantly on present his accounts and vouchers to Ihe Honorable A
keep
fault Peter Sken Smith Philadelphia, Pa. be United States Bank for the the 21, 23d, and :Ith September. wi of all of Probate of Jeflcrson and ask bedischarged
characterized are Dot apt to oflok any one o & He mu t a man A. A. FISHER, hand a good supply of Flour Bon Judge Cuntl. to

failure much less a series of them, to vent their entire corrupt old hunkers of the National clique, and terif an.l cx-offieU> Tax-Collector. descriptions, which be will gate case of a Administrator o ftate. f a
and Taylor. first and to be sold cad.anT intown. Joly 17, lS-17. 52 6m )
Greelry Ceo of the before the .
wrath upon a ingle measure of policy u the I a denouncer same people.i .- \ugul it, : qualty.. wishing orders filled in New Orleanshe

wbigs do upon the Mexican was to the exclusion of Horace Greeiey. the talented but erratic editor of small sprinkle "glory" wi no be obj t will attend to.I. he has an agent who makes it his New Style of Shower Baths !

every thing else- This is not human nature-certainly ; the New York Ttibunc has been on a trip to he ted to in any event ; in fact is believed to b Musical Instruction, &c. bu.ineJ to purchase a the lowest market rates be had at the Tin which
I West, and against General constituent to June 12. 1847. 47 CAN Manufactory, are st
whig nature. They pile agony upon ago.0J com ful bag an indi.pnsble availability. and such I every person ought to shave

Pelion D upon Osa.. throwing aside no relic to Taylor. He n doubt additional If mn c be presented in whom can b PROFESSOR HERMANN BERNREUTER > to insure health during hot weather.( .

light from be Western luminaries. They see bund mixed, he qualifications of Tay. service totheeitrzena Tallahassee Notce.SIX Jatle 12, is. 47
lessen burthen. Whi Sott OFFERS in months after Executor of !
in instruction th
Knowing th heavy this, the democrats have the consolation tbt if Gen. T. i np by them and elected, lot, Corwin, McLean and Clay, stand Vocal u tfumental surrounding country and in the manufacture i will and testament of Arthsr Burney ., Pieces Cullco. i

believing that the success of their policy is be their victory might prove a barren one. Hence Mr. a good tight for the nomination. Scott for are of wriament* from Muac. and in Embroidery, deceased, will make application to the Hon. Judgeof and O Summer choice patterns, .l I.
a Probate of Leon County for letters of di.mi ion SPRING Pint. ju
of this The _hip must lifo i- Creaky "Yl stocratic regular glory; Taylor for good old upecimeni of which may be seen at his residence and for sale
b of
cu hat t. facts phmeD. them if they spoke in Let u have a whig candidate concerning whoseopinions .rough and ready" glory, for the people ; CON North e f t'Presbyterian Church. Executor Julyl7.1S47.lid estate 52 6m C L I H. GREENBERG &('0.

wold cotric and views there ;n abigit.a can be win for sympathy, heavenly sympathy, not for August 1-, 19n. 4 2 April 3,1S47. 37 .
***(* and natural Hence they try to Then, if(ha fooledar H. Scales
J.
Dr.
-a .rn. milab. cO b and soldiers but for ,
D letters to who our own gallant suffering Louis and Bacon T
these Fresh
from DR. J. 8.
-i.th minds the people ques > by o "oe pan lt. Fou SURGEGON DENTIST BOND
o hides his head in the aand is job." the poor negroes of the South, and the oppressed for .
by terrible the The I tbro
against war.
a outcry honorable Mexicans, McLane for noncorrunittalism Sae. return loTaUaabout. the 20th inst., OFFERS b professional services to lb citien
cl.1 stricken with deep alarm in order Again- TUST received per 4. on consignJ WILL a few weelw. His Room is at Demilly's. a the sruon cout.
o drown b their I' We have never written a 1.ln indicative of our Jacksonisra and the WilmotVoviso. meat 13 STAR FLOUR, at their residences. I Office !"sbe' .
DM This is baret Ladies upon Cl.
hD o me. ge.- wish or our belief tht Gen. Taylor would b the Clay for"l fat and sleek" slavery, VI i ., warranted equal to any in the July waite-1. 51 May a. 45 t

Democrats)a not suffer themselves to b caught candidate of he party; o the contrary, vx miied with that slight and distinguished abilir 1. .
WeCaSeSr
i tb i tnp. particularly .c party is&impreg. Art. Hoe,and&now "the ttall.tba for I leadership which is believed to be at this SIE 1 do.Tobacco SHOULDERS., 1 do. medium Superior Claret for Sale. Two Horse Baa Sale. .
*9Me is oar ALSO-5 boxes
upon the war question I upon any other. D cadidae crisis essentially to the existence ofthe Brandy. BOXES of Claret for Sale. npHErabscriher has a roomy BROUCH't
casks common
\will\Ut whigs d wbetbewarceases? These ." necessary an common 5 J. R. FORTUr 5 Apply to JL being quite broad)tha he mil .

Petst q4* taoM, now thrown cot "hi view will This i wy frank. and< we expect (o see thedn-t similar Proposals whig party.will be sealed, and all to be open Anju-17, I 1547 '* July, if, il7. :1| J. R FOR1'UNE June 10,1517. 4' J. R. FORTUNE.

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t New Store and New Goods, New Orleans Type Foundry, UNITED STATES MAIL AHEMD1HEHTS TO THE Chewing Tobacco State' of Florida., -

CONSTITUTION OF FLORIDA, SUPERIOR article, in half tump forsale JEFERJOM CIRCUIT'ConTJ.
pound
In the large brick edifice/ on the turner of Monrotan.1 AND PRN'.FRSING OF THE SATE A Ciuaera.
McCarthy E WAEOUSE PROPOSED AND AGRXKDTO I, SECOND GENERAL by BICHE LNDEBEREJ William Bailey**&. *. n. of ,
'rr Baar. A 17
Job
Dnif Store ftC opt ., Clno"ne RI 1 A1SE1JBY; IVIEC TOTHC ACTION July 3. Isn. rNoice. lamy,deceased, Complement. eI

4 .Vake House, will be an, THE undersigned beg leave to annoance to Pub Or THE NEXT GENERAL.*ASSEMBLY..f .
and that they have
PinteN Ransom J. Robert
*,ellI1.
Defendant
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CEJtHAL A .nIEl Or a complete and TYPE IWNDRY in this firm of I & Co." KIrksey TT
to the
f this State H.1 an" appearing atJsfactk of
Silk and Goods The Book Letter of this lo Jcf '(to the C JtitulW TiE dissolved b the CoGtt
S ruticjr Staple Dry city. Foundry was cut TO GA. amtn inhabitant, Seward" is day consent 1 fidavit mae in this eause.that RansomJfc .
FEOM FORT GAIXKS, at to free
Bonnet Hat, Roots and order by workmen of long expcritnrt and, a no CU.\TUIOOCIC James Kirkney is to settle business Elijah Roberts and David
teho shall authorize a Enamel.
So HadaeWO. obtain / VN and after the first day of July next, this line being citizens of the United States, defenA '
was to the connected with the side ,
expense bandmet f.ct of the *
Ipao out
Crockery : of Florida *
W&ow. Se resided teithin this State one year, I State and that
Gas Gr'rie &c.I .. and to perfect every rl'pt.,,will venture to \J will be run regularly in TWO HORSESTAGES.The tit ltte I James Kirk cy will continue the b\ine at the Williams, Administratrix of William IT *
'I H.
j' say it \i be,found a if not the band. underige. having the contract to carry the franchise.SECTION 'old stand of Kirksey &. Seward, where be wi b deceased resides in the Eastern Wiir )
iTIADC CLOTIU.MJ.CONI .
UEADV somost I lie United .States. We hav* aborv mail 01 intends to gh every facility to 1. Be i enacted by the Senate and receive a continuance of the n u Ordered That said Circuit of FWu>
I I : 'TI:'U OF THE FOLLOWING: handsome assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of travellers who may wish to take this route by Columbus Representatives the State of Florida pleU those of Mr. II. R. Seward. Roberts and David Emanuel.Ransom do J. Robert\rill'-Ol i V

LiJiei Rariege and Muslins, in dress patterns, the latest style to which we would call the attention Ga., North. in General Assembly cD.tnt That the first JAMF KIRSE. months,and said Franc William appear oar
', and Muslins of Printers before elsewhere. All the best of teams, and obliging dri clause of the sixth article o ntion be 8 .JW' .
Tarllon. Organdee purchasing Go 5t3g said within two months
SEAR. (
Pamt rom the of'th. !
Book, Mull, Swiss and da., articles manufactuicd by us shall be of a material vrl; every pains will be taken to nyc amended a follows,viz: Every free white male per. Tallahassee, June 20, JS7.! 5w. hcation ol this order and shew date ;.
'I I .' FUin, barred and stripe Cambrics, equal, if not lul|>ri<. to any manufactured at the setistactiviiand: i especially during the season of high ion of the age of twenty-one years and upwards,and should not be revived and cause nkvt oifflS

White and black Tar It on Muslin, North; and as we shall .el Type| at New York prices tcatrr,) to those who may choose this route North. who shall be, at the time of offering shall to vote, a citizen n LgiT1, filed in this cause, otherwise answer a decree the rS j "ilt
I tru t to meet The slae leave Chattahoochie every Tuesdayand of tbe United States and who have residedand
black we encouragement. will WiIcssed.
Hlack "i
: same
Green CUt" e. Black B.ui.e Lace and IXJTC Veils We are \prepared to manufacture CR.SRUI.F Friday A. M arrive at Fort Gaines next had his babiation.domicil, home and place of Attorney at Law And paaand it further the original bill t* t JJ*'.

I, Ginghams: fancy and slid.colour*. and T\.IE of any magnitude,with ". days by ] 2, M. Leave Fort Gaines every Wednes- permanent ,'for one year next preceding Montieello, Jefferson County, Florida, this order be in Ordered, That a J copy *
Bariege and Muslin embroidered Shawl!, all particjlaily call the attention of Printers div Ild Saturday at I. P. M., arrive at Chattahoo- the election at which he shall offer to vote, :tend the Circuit Courts of the Middle the Middle Circuit{published of Florida some newspaper Prilltt4*
; L D.i. and Silk Searf to our LEADS, having an entire new sot ofmou chie nest days by S t. P. M. and who shall, at such time and for six months immediately WILL ,and of the County of Columbia of the months. once a eaforfo l
, silk Handkerchiefs, !. ., by which we are enabcd! to furnish a perfect FerIJ travelling; from Columbus Ga., cia Fort preceding said time, have had bis habita Circuit Florida. (Signed)

t t Lineit Farcy Cambric artul: We are also Ajrcnts for the sale of the Gaines, Elakeley, hodlie, Quincy to Tallahassee lion domicil, home and place of permanent abode, Easter Monticello, August 2'2, 1516. 5 JulY 3. 1547. THOMAS BALTZFT, JDd!..
II.;_ DJ. do. IWkf plain, hem-stitched and Napr r, Vashintnn and Smith PRF.SSFwhicb ,will find this the mst expeditious route.T. in the county in which he may offer to vote, shall be 50 4

:Lr embroidered, together'%ith Chases,C:.. Cur.ping S,ick.Fur. D. WILSON, Proprietor- deemed a qualified voter at all elections under this Law No.iee.nUOCKEXlROUGI Jefferson County -

Black and ftncy coloured Kid Gloves, ritun' Ink, and every ether article required in the Quincy June y. 1 47. .: 2m. Constitution and none others, except in elections by TAX
I will hand and furnished --- ---- cener ticket in the State or District prescribed by COLLECTOR'S
Silk, inrtalic and velvet Work Pockets Printing luinP, b kept on MAXWELL. SALE
luck, white and faacy silk Mitts, at inartufacturcrsjriCet.Edit.irs U.: S. MAIL LINE law, in which cases, the elector must have been a & B virtue of authority Yestfd i"me by law.l.ha
4 andbUck twist i !cOQurt". and Printers \\iliinjr lo establish a Newspaper resident of the State one year next preceding the expose for sale before the Court !
White BROCKENBROUGII Florida Howe
Lisle lld in;, Muslin Edgin; and Inserting or Job Printing. Oce/ will bo furnishixl with -- :. electionand six months within the election district "Y:TM. H.in time to attend all wi Courts return to of the- Monticello. Jefferson Ccunfy.on the duor'i.

Black ilk Lice, 1 to S in. wide. an hlil1nh( in detail for the same.b? statins the size --- s in which he offer to vote Pridtt That no soldier !. Middle Circuit and Jackson and Franklin Counties First Monday in October nut
o and Lace, of the the particular sMe t agd quantity of seaman or marine in Army or Navy the following '
Thread and Bobbin Edging ppfr.lr in West Florida. B. &. M. will also attend) the properly, or so much therrol'
1 Parasols, Parasollettes, and Sun-shades) work t.. btexecuted.. of the UnitM States unless he were a qualified elector and Federal Court Their time will pay the State and County Tu w due 31 will l
Supreme
t China,straw and fancy Muslin Bonnets, S3: The ;'roprictorsof newspapers who \i publish M j 4" of this State previous to hiO enlistment a such devoted exclusively to the t profession, b year 1946 viz: thueoQ for the
do. do., this advertiM-ment six months,and send oldier. seaman or marine in the Regular Army or fal E.
Misses China and d. paper SE4Sec29T.lL3N&
claims for the attentiveprosecution
I From Tallahassee to Macon. the ,
I : and Ribbons, I to our "Cr e weekly, will be paid for the advertisement Navy of the United States,or of the revenue service, against of Unile have been made NE.jNE" 32T.J.R.3NkE.fO E EO acres'
nne Fower as!*>rted. !h y p'lrrhisin six times the amount of advertising Tltrough in forty-tiro hours from Tallahassee to shall he considered a resident of the State in consequence aranment. NWl.NWlu 33.T.I.R.3.N\E.4j..
Rbons. Neck Ribbons, bill iu 1)pe. .Vacua antlo Cll'I"for in three days, of being stationed within the same. in Washington.March NW4SEJ" (
.1 Fancy 13, 1947. 31 5.T.l.R.3NE,40 .
;:*:: Black and white bilk Hose, I GREEN & CO. in /t'llt .1fai Beats on Passed Senate, December 1, IS 10. Sr l.SWl." .T.JR.3.N.l.E.40 .

White, brown blue, and slate col'd ditto, Jun" y, t'-J7. 4.) Om 17 Canal St. Row \'orth the fUl.th day. D. H. MAYS.. President Senata.II. Blacksmithing--Horse-shoeing &c. N W l.N E l'. 33, Tf 1. R. 3.N I Eo .
.r4 Misses white and brown dj. do., TI F c'g'YII Ic-iTe Tallahassee r.n 1lond.y., ARCHER, Secretary nte. AU in Township I,IWige 3.\ 40
KJLIIS Notice. ) Fridays at 4 -, Passed House December lf, I'J-IO. (erson Ccunty. &E..IJingJ .
IVaOitri ( 1'1,1'\ o'cCk. : -
l> \ .1t1''t', straw, and blue Floicnce, persons, having claims against the estate of and arrive Macon,(eia Quincy, : t. Newton ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. Reps. THE undersigned has made arrangements to carry
ALL SMITH
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inJ & late de Albany AmenciH, and Perry D. PAPT, Clerk. the BUSINESS in all its SJ1IJ\INS.
L>in; Lawn Irish Linen, Linen Sheeting, Ptter. of Washington; County ) t'l Tuesdays, I ELACKSlUTHS ShR anez
I officio Tn.
'I Linen Table,damisk.: present them to the subscriber within Thursdays, and Sattr,!ajs, at ID o'clock. P. M., in branches. ba attention to Horse June 2 1947. Cot. JeL Co.
ccue. 4 i
i-., ,*p Linen Napkins Bird's-ejc Diaper Linen Dowlas, tir prescribed by law, 01 they will be barred ; time for the cars for Savannah. Lavil'Macon on .in .let to Constitution of this State shoeing and feels confident that he ran give satisfaction tl
Russia Cru111nJ )Huckeiback Toweling, and thoi. to said estate will make paymentto klondjv!,Wednesdays, and at A fltt so to any who may favor him with their workin S. F.BURNEYIlasjust -
ilI.bte session
( to
Diap M.and ia Tallahassee a* of the General Assembly this respect. His shop is in the rear of the City
arriving
the
and bleached Cot. Sheeting, I ubiCriher. on Tue'djsThursdais :
G to : bitnnial instead Received
i a
: of annual.
Col'd Cambrics, white and brown Holland, I NATHANIEL MILLER, Executor. and Sjturj.iv. *, at' 10 u'cloek, P. } This line Hotel, and adjoins the Livery Stable of Messrs. Mil! per Schr. TaI1ab.c, ft..

Alpacka, !Bomb3ine.silk Velvet, black Satin, __Jniv___13__, _r.1. 41- 2m connects with thc Ceftr\II Iwil noadS.rnndb.1 Augusta SECTION 1. Be it enacted bt/ the Senate and ler &Brokaw. His pricesvi be very liberal,and New Orleans, (really and not B GaDr'**1 a.J
and Furniture C.licos. litt'dt\.ilt* and ,rs!tru Rail Road 1.) Co- Rt-rrltnta/iDtl of the State of Flori he respectfully of public patronage. now opening,
Drel. haJo police Itmbus ( connects with the Mail Line Ginghams '
number fa.
Cru-l,of I SwssJfrUh MuslL
Tape. Needles. Silver TIimM"" Fancy finding! I IS HKRKHY ;zivra that G .ore llu-s, one of the from Qninry ChalahJhir. and tho'll.f' t'i Apa- causor the fourth article of the Constitution of June 19,1<547.- 43 5t PLAID do. : r.n! .., ,

; 'itnher. various kinds, fancy silk Trimmin.es. Iicir4 of I lie estate: vl James I'". RUM- Itte tit( the lachicola. Pj';''n< l1 fan ito from lbiiasvee. to tatt be so amended a* to read as follows, viz: Notice. Batieste do. MoMuliidtiag.:

.0 White brown aJ fsucy coloure L en ,fvr rcns' :Counts uf Jck'J. in the State' t-f Flvrih. Jec'd., Columbus: in three d.iv-i, awl! bur one :1.i.t will be 3d. The members of the House of Representativesshall Blk & white do. ;Black Silk

wear. has thisdjy, by hit attorney.filol his before pent on the road tJdwtcl Tallahassee : Macon.. be chosen by the qualified vottis, and shall SIX months afterdate, I shall present my account l\Journin Muslins. Cot Fillet Clans,

fj'. Fancy colourt'd Cotton. the Jud..,f the Probate Court of the said County. The public may re>t asvirM that Her attention will serve for the term of two H'3r. from and after the vouchers to the Hon. A. Judge Printed MUslinS, domntics.nab1lrgw and brow5

A and Fancy Assortment for a Jtr,4ioI( : : of Ji. estate ; and; that, three IK paid to the Comfort of those who mav patronize' day of t the first election un'crr the amended Constitution of Probate in and for the County of Madison, and Embroidered Muslins '
: J' Pretty months liou tc' Made Clothiug- :
: JTIciis Ilcnclf order for a distribution. : .Assembly shall he biennial, and c"r>mencc on of John W. Richardsonlate of said County,deceased .> hhds. Bacon :

. .:1. .. HATS. l IRELLS. &c. n. r. DEXNARD From Tall ah.ts-ve. to F.\R QIilC'J: to BainbriJ; .c, the fourth Monday in November, in each and every : S. B. RICHARDSON. 5; .. Sides.Hams 3 bbls. No.2}Mackerel

, : J Patent and CAl Itl, pegged, }..tvrntIr Petitioner. S3 ; to Albaiy. >I"I,and to h"IIn. -2, second )year, cr at such other times a:may be prescribed Madison County, May 15, 15-17. 43 Cm 5 II II Sh'IdeN, 20 Lbl,1G. .
do. do. do. fine
, 1 Calf Bootees, J ul. I 12, !'17. 41 .;mBar WRIGHT! s.\%VVER. Prf-rrielrrs. by law. 10 kegs leaf Lard itlp'r. Floor
t r. !. Fashionable. I Beaver and Leghorn Hats, -- -'--- -- &JOhN iti. VARN. A cent.J5 St-c. 'J.. Beit fui ther enacted That the third clause Notice. 3 bb13 II U Crushed, Loaf aDd Brown

, :,, Men and Boys' Palm Hats and Billiard Room. [ Office at the Planter's Hotel. TaIljha.
, L.'.:'.," Cotton Ginghams and Silk Umbrellas. lOXTICILLO.lLORDA. I.I.It''t ; at MJJ:: .in Quincy. "o that the same shall read as follows: 31 That the Tucker, late of Leon county deceased, 47

._2: Hard Ware. ujo' respectfully informs his friends 1"1. :5-J \TI.\S. Representatives shall be chosen on the Monday will take notice that they must present them to the DR. J. REESE'S
1 Mill, cross-cut, hand key tenant and wood Saws THE the public that he has BAR in the month of October in each and every second undersigned, duly authenticated, within the time
opened AND
Au.rs,fAtes,chisels and braces,wit h bits a crt'.. BILLIARD in Monticello| on the a West side Notce. ear, from and after( the first election under this amended prescribed by law,or this notice will be plead in bar LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.

$c Knob .plate, stock, pad, trunk, chest, cupboard of the ) HOI their accommodation and months slier .: mv Constitution, or on such other day a may of their recovery.
f-r SIX tTr. present aCoultl of feeble
assorted spnre. be directed by law.Sec. PERSONS constitutions and lho.
horse and till Locks, vouchers Jud. of JOHN WILSON,Admr. of M.
1.1. solicits their His e Pnbdte iu
BILLIARD
TABLE: i is INI. habits
... Pocket aid table Knives, :shoe and butchers' do., one of( the ;patronage. and is excellent and ant flr the County of On. and for.a discharge 3. Be itfurther enacted, That the fifth clause June 19, 19.17. 4S costiveness are often troubled with habittal
r"t j | in which often
API'rnpaler apr1) : of I the! aforesaid article be exerts a unfavorable
Forks amended
and so to read very
: Carving Knives as Administrate! r /r toni as
f order. His B \ the sb the estate a influence
best
Illne Liquor ,
RAZORS-Few left of Old Rough aud Ready Razor aivl ; also a variety .of CONFECTIONARY. of Everett White,Uteot. said County, deceased.o follows, viz: The Senators shal be chosen by the SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, ularly manifested upon their genera health,which is partic
Clar by
irregularity if
T. qualified electors, for the four at the not total low of
Srp" rooms will b opened at all hours, : BEATTY. years FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE' appetite. In this condition
1. table and tea, Britannia table andi' li: ( Monticello value time in the same and in the of the system, this are
German and and July .1. 1S17. 50 t Cm m.ner. same
day evening: by strict almtion to business OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN tide is confidently recommended with the
tea, and iron table and tea Sponi.fIJ place where they vote for member of the House of iUlUr..ta
and a desire I.please he hopes to give satisfaction : IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOODOR that, if the dose is
Box coffee and corn Brass preserve Kettles, general Family Groceries. Representatives.; and no person shall be a Senator properly adjusted so a* not to
r ; Log. fifth, trace rlls. dog Chains, I to his:cu"tOL'r! Call and Sl him. unles, he be a white mm, a citizen of the HABIT OF THE SYSTEM move the bowels too actively, relief ma; be nlied

s Wrought iron Grid-irons Wale and Wafer-irons, I S B. BARRINGTON. I UST rcf.ivtd direct: from New Orean.I'J J. R. States,,an !shall have bel an inhabitant of Unite VIZ: upjnn without any or even the least unpleasant con

Collim' No. \ns. Stee Traps -Monticrllo- --- -May--I,-IS 17. .-Jl J FORTUXI. per scl.r. White Wing;, I fur two years next preceding his election, and the Scrofula or Kings Eel Rheumatism, Obstinate tive sequences resulting from the use of common pnip-
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; Spades ant loag short-handle Shovels, Boot and Shoe --- :- ,clear Bacon I last j(a:resident of the district or county for which Cutaneous Eruptions,Pimples or Pustules on the medicines usually resorted to.

. .mC.* shrub! Scthes.,'and reap Hooks! Making. 2 Slioiild..rs, he shall be chosen, and shall have attained the age Face, Blotches, Bites, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely en the

.i" Fair aid good supply} Mechanic. Tools and.Vaiy ,_, rpi i :un ersiln'd.havin 2 I llama i. of twenh.freear. Worm or Teller Scald Head,Enlargement and preventive properties of this medicine by nnog it on

' many articles in the Hard-ware line not'j P| A. enire; !ard Iurcras.rhe 15.: Kegs Leaf Lard, & ilfw.tltr tnattJ, That thesixthclause Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers the first intimation an approaching attack. There
\1- who i about 2! Bbls. : Sciatica I. are some constitutions liabe: to
mentioned. .UcunLD. : leaving the State, of so amended to read as Syphilitic Symptoms, or Lumbago and regular attack cf
\ respectful! informs his, friends and the 2 I Ilhds.I Brown Sugar, foloWl'iz: The classification of Senators a, made Diseases arising from an injudicious me of Mercury Billitnu Fever almost every fall ; to such the UM of

Willow and VoodVae.. public that h. i,at present at tie )stand, wherehe 1 Bbl.: Dried Beef fr.t session of the General Assembly a held in ,'Asdics or Dropsy,Exposure or Imprudence this medicine is recommended, beginning to use it

Churns 3 sizes-Tu's of ; "i7., i is: rn- ;>arid to execute all w-.rk in his:line with S Sacks. Ro Coffee, the year shall continue unchanged one half in Life. Also Chronic Constitution Disorders. by the middle of Mayor first of June.

Well Buckets,Pails Brass and iron-bound Buckets,, I protpul'N ani.e.patct.! I He has on hand the finest 3" BbN. Louis Flour, ot whom, a-nearly a poible. shall be chosen; forever II1S preparation is a combination hitherto unknown Those whose digestive organs are feeble often a.

: KNle" Erea1-tras, Wood-measures. of calf .Viu:, ilill t: of materials, and will 10 hf. bbls. I I hereafter biennially for the term of four ) : I in the history of Medicine, dilTering entirely perience a sense of fullness weight and oppression
\\.i.O'T Chairs and Carriages for children, make at shirt. notice, and in the best mannU. GEXTLEMIIN'S I i dozen Claret. Proti'led, however, and it i is hereby 'car that in its character and operations from the various about the stomach alter eating. will find this medicine .

,. Work Baakcts an J covered Market ditto COOTS AND SHOESevery dcnriptioi. : June f!, Ib47.- -47 the term of office of that class of &natof delae preparations of Sarsaparilla which have beenat afford almost immediate relief.

;.1.: Groceries. Boots fttC sole<',and cthcrviiic repaired in red at the first election under the amended Constitu. different times offered to the public. It acts spe- Ladies near their confinement often suffer from

: Youn; ll>ion.Imperial and Poncbong Teas, good Ftjle rcaonablf charges. I He \%ill warrant PRINTS ONLY. tion.shal e'denr to,and expire on. the Monday cifically.upon the whole system. thereby bringing it heartburn and Costiveness: to .ueh Ibis article is
. Rio and Java CofW, his (\r1 to be equal to any done in the plct. eighteen hundred and fifty. tnt under its direct and immediate influence. Although least highly recommended as it can be used wifhont i>i.

lf1.t. B'JttfT and Water Crackers, nn"l to iie a* good satisf: clioii, as to fitting .ny SPRING STYLES-IS 17. Sc.5. Be it further enacted That the first elec possessed of powerful healing effects, yet it is entirely ous headache danger,and it it with invaluable.great benefit. In tick or nerv

: Hoe Herringi ia barrel, other workrom. Assemblymen, under this amended Constitution harmless,so that it cannot injure the most del This article
S : No. I and >. hckere in i 1bl, brand IS 15. JOHN LERCII. LEE & BREWSTER shall take place on the first Monday in October icate constitution. When in perfect health, no effect -, dial and will be found to act as a plwsant cor
1ft( Ibbls. I.rk t, \ Bef.White May s, : si?, 42 tf eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and the first is produced by its OM except an increase of appetite : tonic restoring the appetite, aid at tb*
:j Beans, Rice,dried Apples and Peaches, -- - .11 1 1 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK, session of the General Assembly,under this amendMded ; but when disease is seated in the frame and same time fulfilling every intention that the common

.". Srdme. 10 lJl5.! soused Piss-feet Beg leave *o inform Dealers in Dry Goods:, that they Constitution,shall I commence on the fourth Monday carrying fast its victim along the path of life, then daMe purgatives are intended to effect. H ispvrtly veg

, 4ti l aid hhls. Flour Lemon Syrup, have received, and arc now exhibiting at THE in November, in the year eighteen hundred and its mysterious influence is felt and seen; it enkindles will and, when used according to the directions

; t Sperm Candles, Colgate Pearl Starch, WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for pint d Ca/i- forty-eight. new life, and vigor and brings health and strengthto be foiled an invaluable article,especially to those
t afflicted with
: Colgate pale Sap, brown and toilette Soaps, tOt Passed Senate, December 22,1S1G. the suffering and diseased. Dyspepsia,Derangement of tie Lrvtr

,M 'J Pickles, Catsups. assorted. C 3Cj)) f n a, D. H. MAYS, President of Senate.II. TRUTH is STRANGER THA> FICTION."-LET or General Debility.

". .- Olive Oil, loaf and crushed Sugar Comprising all the ARCHER, Secretary ot Senate. THE FACTS SPEAK joa THEMSELVES.:The follow Prepared by Doctor J. Reese.Griffin. -Pike--- _connf__...
Scotch S'iufT, of several Factories, NetsrIia : Styles Passed House of Representatives December 29, ing certificate is only another link in the great chain Georgia, and for sale by appointment at
J E.
'4,. M'HtarJ and Spice, a'rte. Of Rrtwt. l'nth. and .Imrrican Mani'Jacture; 'IMC.( of testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and BARNARD. Jr's.,
, :. L Putty White Lad.'Iiindow' Glass, GREAT ARRIVAL \ .\ to their usual stock< render ROBERT BROWN Speaker Ho. of Reps.M. be convinced. What it has done once it will do Drag Store, Tallahassee,

'rr.in. Lms alt 3O Kiivlicls, or :ooo Boxes ofDr. their assortment one, rf the} rr.oft 1 beautiful. } ami attractive t. I). PAP Clerk House Reps. again. DANIEL LADD, Newort
Good smoking and low price Tobaccoes, in the cit ; and been 27 Monticello,
F ; ) ( havirsjv/ purchased Febiuary 1917. 32 Cm CHARLESTOWX Mas, Sept. 23d, 1S46.
t Powder, Shot, Lead, &c. &c. itc. Gordon's Family Pills Quincy
FOR CASH\
. AND SHORT CREDIT, This may certify that my son, now aged seventeenhas HARDY BRYAN,
r : = THE vast ant l inrrea,in demand for this new and Are offered by the piece or package on the tame SHERWOOD'S been for ten years afilicted with the scrofulous Agent for Thomas

.. 1 T'Thc inhabitants of the city and county, ty c 'llIJutC mediclnt :nt the numerous tern,,, at and be-low manufacturers prices. MAGNETIC REMEDIES, GOLD PILLS AND humor. At the age of eeven years he had the measles May 22, li-l7. 44 county,Georgia.

a sjul those of adjacent counties, are particularly re- cures they al effecting, in portions of the Catalogues of prices (corrected daily,) are placed which probably caused this humor to make its appearance -
I ..'iSted to call and see for tbemserlo-and, especially county where they have been introduced, of Dyspepsia in the hands of biivers.; MAGNETISED PLASTER. in a most singular way covering his body Deaf and DumbyIum

. ,v. we call the atention L.'DtEs, whole I.i.c Complaints, anti Billious" Diseases, Iurchacr, will inform themsh'c of the state of I For Chronic Diseases of the Organs and limbs from his head to hid feet with small tumors. I con- OF KENTUCKY.HE .
taste was never knolI to er. It will afford me great with their well known ateJbnh. Sick Headache, ,1.1 be well repaid for an examination, sulted a Doctor of Medicine, and he examined him
rI. pleasure display before them the dh.ersife and &c.,ba: indiicrtl the undersigned to make arrangements even if they do Tot |ttrchaa. ChRONIC USEASE the three days in succession, and not understanding his HE subscriber as tile resident agent of the said

(: ,. attractive J"AJCIE in Stor<>. to r receive his stock direct from the pioprietor L. &. B. have |><'culur advantages ft ." ,may invariably case,advised me to consult Dr. Rogers,of New York, L Institution offers for sale.in tracts, and upon

. ,j '*, al punctual attendance, will be and would fay to their numerous customers,that hey for prints, inch are respectfully r solicited.executing orders ,_ Le distinguished by thei I then being a resident of that city. After a long terms to suit purchasers,about Four Thousand Acres
. are pr pare-d to them wholesale ; pain which is produced by and critical examination of LAND situated in the of
a -. paid to all orders tent me. supply and retail, at LEg pressure having more than thirty county Jackson in the
.5 .-: S. F. BURNEY. New Yoik puces. & nn"WSTER, on the ganglions of the spi. other medical gentlemen with him at the same time, State ol Florida. Also, the Right Locate, to a

April 17, ISI7. 3-SETINEL{ please.copy.Peters1 THOMAS M. TURNER, Savannah. 4- \3_ n31 nerves, in the intervertebral he pronounced it Scrofula or King's Evil. The limited extent.
-- A larg.st">rkof thEe excellent Puts; .just received, January 23, IS 17. 27 I12S 4 space along each side of the I child was then prescribed (for,and commenced taking The above l.mdvcre selected at an early date,by
and for tale, at -!:cent rer box with full directions --------- ,. spine no matter. what name may I medical drugs from that time. He grew worse until an experienced judge,and are believed to be amongst

., Vegetable Pills by LEWIS A n MILES NASHand EDWARD M. D. PAPY __t have been given to the malady byphysicians June of 1S37. and then his bones became affected inconsequence the finest ju the cc..unt,1.C.

this case hast BARNARD, Tallahassee, Fa., and on enquiry will t ,nosologists, or other of tbe mercury that had been given him. H. DUPONT
'rutl I mighty Prevailed be found in all the towns and villages in the South 2 @l: &&W : medical writers. The pain thus A piece of bone came away from his nnder-jaw, in Agent of D. If D.A. of Ky.

: ;: and We.f. WILL all the Courts in the Middle = produced will be more or less the first place, as large as an English: walnut, a piece Quincy June 12, IS.a1. 47 ly
., PILLS have from the first a favorite MayS, J"I7. Office severe,according to the
.k PETERS been 42 Cm on the first floor of the Cap. intensity from his forehead as large as a sixpence and a piece
in the South, but now their consumption ---- ito!, South wing-;, room (formerly occupied by the t r of the disease, or its active or from near the crown of his head. It then went to New Books, &c.TL'ST .
.. i confined to no section, In the North, the Secretary of-Territory.. :. passive state at the time. Pressure the back and aide, and discharged in three places.- received

I East, and the West, a wel as beyond the Potomac : November (:, mn. 17 -- on the ganglions next above From thence to one of his limbs, separating, in consequence ., of Adventures per in the Brig Detroit Omoo NarrativeI.
in Europe, South India, and the West Indies -- -- --- -- ----- the first cervical vertebrae, indicated in the annexedengraving of the ulceration the muscles and cord vile Webster's South Seas,by Herman Mel-
,. they arc known and arpreiate. The demand JOHN EII&IL'. by No. 1,determines tubercular disease of from the bones of the ankle joint on the back ; Domestic Economy and Honsekcrp
ing Mars
part.- Cinq Alfred
for has of medicine, the Head and Brain, Throat, by De Vigny
them
parallel the
- no ATTORNEY A T LAW Eyes or Er; on He had at one time fifteen running sores or issues Castle of Ehrenstein
and it be said of their advocates No.2. that of the Muscles, by James
S may space or Limbs ; from the glans of the throat and those places I have Arthur
The cry i il still they come !" CTtuIncy, Florida on the space No. 3. that of the Lungs; on the space mentioned. In 1S40,1 lived in Portsmouth N. H. Martin by Charles Burdett,

...' S In all diseases of the stomach, the abdominal viscere of WILL attend I the Ju tic(' Courts) of Gadsden No. 4, that of the Stomach; on the space No. 5, that and he was attacked with a Rheumatic}Fever, which, Alice Gordon, by Joseph Alden
these Anthon's
the liver,or the system their alternative THE success Pills in curing in a few the Circuit Court of :Mi.l.llo.. Vlnrirli. of the Liver and at the letter A.that of Csrsar. Anthon's Sallust.
.4 generally -- -- '-- rIASn1."n. settled in one of his hips, which swelled
where all as Wilberforce's
0' and tonic properties acting upon the constituent othe remedies have faild. and and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of : on the space No. G, that of the Small Intestineeorthe large as Manual for Communicants,
: I that too Georgia. three of the other. Being under Medical treatmnt
in of twelve and 'hItandingwaralts Macaulay's Miscellanies
: properties of the blood, will produce an immediate c"C the eighteen November 22, 1',1i. IS tf space No. 7, that of the Kidneys; on the space they gave him laudanum until he lost his reason.- \ I.Heman's Alison's Euar.Vilson's .,
:;. change, and eventually perform a radical cure. assertion, that if taken according : Sentinel copy. No. S, that of the Uterus and on the No.
.. to the directions O ; space 9, Then I became alarmed and sent for a Thomsonian.His .
'ch. they are a certain cure.- that of t theTestes, &c. Poems Pocket Maps of U. S.t Georgia

.I I''I. Extract of a leter TEIMONIALS.. of Philadelphia A long li.t of certificates in proof of their infalli NATHANIEL HAMLIN It is no matter whether tenderness be found in one The medicine third time helped ho his attacked hip>and revered with his reason. Blue Figuered Window! Paper,36 inches wide.
was this
in
bility might b a.Je but those upon the directionsare fever New Patterns ol House Paper and Border for io.
,
Your Pills the
IS40 or whether
:- are more places,or
one or more of the
I date februay2. deemed organsor 1S42, when bearing of Dr. Sands
:4 them Factor and Sarsaparilla, and For sale
: I. an3; yet most powerful in that they are the most effectual Try and be convince Commission Merchant, limbs be diseased, a the curative cessunder the being perfectly satisfied that all other medicines had June by P. A. HAYWARD.

their effect of any that I have ever met with in a best and cfrtin. NEWORLEANS.Col. use of these remedies, proceeds, in one and all of the failed of effecting a cure I sent and procured six bottles 12,1S47. 47
remedy offered -
ever
very to
practice of eight and twenty jears. Their action on a permanent and tne public to insure WM. BULEY Jefferson Co.JAB. ) diseased organs and limbs at the same time. To determine and by the time he had taken it all I considered : NEW BOOKS )
the chyle and hence on the impurities of the blood lasting clre. the necessity of it is &c.
i STORE. Lowdes Co. KIKKKCY, Esq., Tallahassee. > the.emedie. only him welL Those places healed-he became bright
' t is evidently very surprising." H.\GG. Ala., ) D. LADD. Es,]., Newport. ) RU-En1JcJl. necessary to detect the tenerei of tbe ganglia, in and lively-color came to his face and lipi-from JUST received per Brig WatuIIa An Overland
Extract of a letter from Dr. Henry Hall, of Quebec Api2 ISF. j any the on either side of the. that round the World in 1841 and
I Dr. G. K. 7yl : ; L. C. March C, JIS41: "For billious fever. that aflcr may certify spine. These remedies invariably cure every case troubled him. At that time he became deaf which George Simpson,
using
nick headaches, for |idity of the bowels, and en- Chills and Fever many aud preparations for the cure of in the first stages of the disease,and a great majority continued until last March when his right became Wellington and his Generals, by J. T. Headley
' of the Dr. Pills arc an ex : expending some forty-fire dol. of those in the last eye A the river
argement spleen Peer' ,including tubercula consumption voyage up Amazon W.
: lars in physicians bills, without Commission and affected; from that to the left e}e,covering the by II. Edwards,
benefit I Forwarding Merchant
.IR any A
ccllent medicine. c a bus of Dr. pro. and white swellings. Incipient consumption is frequently sight of the eye so that he was in a great measure Summer In the Wilderness by Chas. Lanman
i f' For sale by LEWIS !AMES, MILES NASH, re which cured Tler'J Fever and Ague Pills at 101 Pojdras!street, detected by these symptoms, even before the deprived of sight. Prevention better than Cure, bv Mrs. Ellis,
, EDWARD BARNARD. dola me efetualy. after I had cough commences. There i is other Vicar of
: this di.treiint NEW-ORLEANS. LA. : no remedy for Knowing that Sands Sarsaparilla the only Wakefield.ilJiutiatcd'edition.
MayS, IS 17. 42 Cm for twelve months. I have known unpleasant com TUYING. SELLING, RECEIVING, AND FORWARDING the
, a plaint cases and not a tingle box failed.(hem ,e .0 attended to with promptness.RLFCR8 remedies are perfectly safe for persons of all ages and Mr. Fowle, Apothecary, at Boston for more. He Headley's Napoleon and his Marshal,
ry I
t CABINEMAKING. Here them to be the very best and mot h.. safe and TO conditions, and require nq change of die except that has taken fifteen dollars worth, ivhietj has removedthe Georgia Scenes; Hill, Side and Border Sketches.
cer J? o. W. LATHAM of a greater supply of food. For by humor from his and by W. H. Maxwell ; Mrs. Hemans*
; r tain cure for ague; and fever that can be used,and ARGYLI &BARRY eyes hearing and he now Poems
unequalled A. S. S. SIB MILES NASH to be cured, and nora'lnterpretpr, Ainswort h's Latin ,
DAMO1--iYNCII. a tonic restorative in all debilitated UTICJ. LEY. appears radically so. I verily believe Dictionary
-1' of a the system. E. conditions December 5, IS-M..' aO At the Post Office,Tallahassee, Fa. all this latter trouble might have been avoi led Mirror Library,complete in one volume,
bought the entire stock and interest of MYERS. May 5, 1 847. ___42:___ Cm if I had continued Andrews'Sallust,Anthon's
:: HAVING Price $1 1 per box, with full directions. For nale, __ __ thorougly the use of the Sarsaparilla Carear.
: Wieuker in the Cabinet Sop. are at Tallahassee, Fla. hv LEWIS & AMES, MILES uIwII Sea Island Cotton Gins. when he was under its influence the first time. Michlefs History of France.Moore'. Poems,
: .M prepared lo do all kinds o work in and EDWARD: BARNARD, and on enquiry will These are the simple statements of the facts of the Dewee's on Children Dewee'j Midwifery,

. ,1.S' hope the patronage hereofoe given to the shop will NAH in all the towns and villages South and UKALEU3IXDRUGS subscribers beg leave to in- case and I feel it my duty to make those facts known Oxford Bibles with clasp,

.. e, be continl expeiience in the bu.ine West.MayS. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OIL, WTJE the planters of long-staple to the public, for the benefit of those who may be Webster's Dictionaries Brainard nutS and Violin

"' tl'. warrants then in saying they can give satisfaction. 1S17. 42 Cm Toilet Articles, Perfumery ie. Window Class that they are still engaged in afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the Instructors Elliott's celebrated Chinese Razor
execute their wolk well, and are willing to dispose Silver
Combs
;:3- They manufacturing the ltet impro.e cure has been effected solely from the effect of this Silver Head OrnamentGold Studs
r of it on a* rcuonI? terms .any other workmen Groceries. PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORS, ROLLER Hiving lId gret many invaluable medicine. ic., &c. For sale
I I. : byP.
tt ia th State.March i FUL L assortment received and .Apolhecnrict Glass M'arc, Ac. of thee Gins in GeorgiaSquth Carolina and Florida, HANNAH. BECK, 228 Main st. A. HAYWARD.
20, IS 17. 33 just for sale by they refer to those who have .,. July 10. 1547. .
.. .t /I. L. 3s. H. GREENBERG CO. THE above constantly on had for sale the can purchased them, Suffolk, Boston, October 13, 19-t6.-Then personally 31 __
& an a and who to establish
are willing the
Apnl3, IS 17. market prices. reputaton ofthesame appeared above named Hannah W. Beck,
37 Choice
r Middle Circuit. Gins for ginning out mOe Cottn and and made solemn oath that the above certificate,by Wines.and Liqnonf.BY .

. ; IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. Notice.QIX We have received by late arrivals large additionalsuppliesotirugs.Medicinesand cleaner than any other Gin in use.4gcntsViwAwNoA her subscribed and statement. therein contained Brig Wakulla, from New York *r. bsv* .*

I Ch.emlswhich & ACOSTA, are true. Before me, the following articles, which w*will sell
Centrevie
Nathaniel Pearce, months after date, the undersigned, Execntor Ga. .GEORGE L. Baowi,* JAMES low to planters and other
f toethe with most of the popular remedies, e\Vnannie. E Fa. RICE Justice of the Peace. :
' '. w. Attchmen{o O of (the last will and testament of Benjamin our assortment largest! an pater varied in Single Gins, $45; do. improvements For further particulars and conclusive evidence of 2 Quarter Casks Cognac Brandy,

; Eugene AWon and. Robert R.! Cblre deceavd, late of Leon Countywili present the State. All of w the we offer at the mOt lowest cash $55. Double Gins, $75; do. with all late improvements its superior value and efficacy see pamphlets, which 6 Eighth do do do.
t :i!& &)'dtl Merchants,i rading Aicumpsit.Damages aColnt. and voucher to the Hon. Judge oC Pro- pi ices. $85. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had atmoerte may no obtained of Agent, gratis. 1 Cask Old Port Wine,
'1. name and style of $2,000.ARCHER. batd of Leon County and make application for letters rate Order for Gins and 2 'S
July 2J, IS40. 1 LEWIS AMES- repairing Gins Prepared and old by A. B. & D. SANDS. Druggists Madeira Wine, .
M' E. Ablon & Co. .' of dismission 3 Executor aforesaid. please direct to VANCE &BURNS, I 100 Fulton street,corner of William,N.Y. 1 Pipe Schiedam Gin,
i1 THE defendants and all others interee are brie.notified JOSEPH CHAIRES Executor. Notice. May 22, 1$4. 41 t Mary', Ga. Sold also by LEWIS A Tall.lh..SMITH 10 Boxes Claret Win.

: of the !. cuit Leon County April 3, 1f347. 37 Cm & CATLIN,-Penll ola,F. WHITING.St.Marks: Peach Brandy,Apple Brandy,
... f: :::( by attachment, and ar*' required to appear and plead ALL prsn. indebted, late of to the estate of Mile Poi- W. M'Kinney Russell, and by Druggists generally throughout the United Irish Whiskey, Malaga Wine.
.4 to the declaration filed in this ease, witbin the time Notice. Washington County, will States. BIRCHETT *. LINDENBERG2R.

" ;(1' .prf"i e b1 lw.BERT1IELOT I S IX months after date the undersigned, Administrator laid make estate payment must; and present those them having eai. against prescribed TTAVINO taken ARTIST Room at Banner, Price 31 per bottle. Six bottles for $5. J lj 3,1847. 50

; Attorneys& for Plaintiff. of Daniel N Cone, deee late of.Co by law, or they will be barred. JL J. ticello, Fit., Hose, Mon. OO" The public are respectfully requested to remember .
'fL 1' lumbia County East Florida, his SHARPLESS EVANS to those who desire very respectfully tendrs his er- that it is Sands' Sarsapanlla that has been Dwelllngr Hotwe'for Bale.A ..
59 tSH.45. 3jmITITSTAR'S fna vic faithful and
1 : May Eector. Likenesses and is constantly such remarkable
account and voucher to the Judge of Washington County, June 26,18-17. of themselves or friends,which acure achieving cure of SMALL comfortable Dwelling Ioo.ekr sahast
Columbia County, ask (for a : wi transmitted t the most difficult class of diseases to which the human Monticello Jefferson .
WILD ,
; ; 1' BALSAM OK CHERRY ( aD dilcharl. to posterity indellible County, adjoiniaf J dfceChac
J o the '
'. frame is therefore ask for
.
&
momento pa' subject; Sarsa .'i .
'ale by i t LEWIS &AMES. Adm'r AND PJ\Sfor sale.. Apply to ills Likenesses are warranted please. property. It will be *old on tIme town
CORN Price
j FlounC Ferry, E. F., May 2? I 15 GUI' *30 parilla.and take no other. purchaser*. Apply to
\o 51 J Monticell -
r .'ebfu! 20, J 547 l"i. ; !& I Ftrrt E March 27, 1817. 35 December 12, 15-16 30 t ly Jnhy3, 1547. 50 J R FORTUNE.


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