The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 28, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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The disease in horses c JO.b&bcad,
::=- OUR NATIVE SONG. sometimes very troublesome, bL'on 'i1(
.. --'THE FLJ F of the and l h bond
mr KISS, LIXA: COOK. ( IDIAN. pain Injury o t ;
Oar native sctfe! our flat ire song! Ja and the difficultofturing it. J. T. ;
Oh whir ft he who loves it not In the .Prairie Farmer, girci an article de.
The spell it holds is deep and strong, script ire of the disease and mode of cure. '
lot, "I He :
Where'er w* roam wh teer our IlsTe.dn miL
music oar ear. _ .. -- ._. -- .. ._ .. head, "hen upper :
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Let other greet -- ----- ---- - --- -- -- --- -- ---- -- -- "

W.With speak thrilling to praise i fire, we or pause dulcet to tone bear; BY SIBLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA\, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1847. VOL. XIX N0. G. young like that hone produced than anything by the halter I can in Compare break In:

But jet t cH yet! 'tis not our own __ __ ....z__ _r ,1WII ...- .__._h _ ._' h ___ __ ,n to. Indeed so are tho two that Jock'
The anthem daunt,the ballad wild his name with a flourish. Opposite to it he eat: when he sat down to dinner he could with snow *:"in., and thinned the streets of pas .GET"OP EARLY.Get ell frequency W trade o T.Lor* ,Lavlog incip"
lent head ,
lhat the
Tb note lat we remember long- placed a numeral and three cyphers! with the diificulty swallow his food. He left tho tablein } 8eng N. Afer a early lea, the young teacher tfj early time U precious, hare been produced stating"by halter. appa
The theme wd sung*****};-r.ing tongue- dollar mark before, them, thus-S;), O.- a few minutes, and! without speaKing a word, with two in her pocket, one receiv. Waste it not in bed ; first loses that of P about lire
Til this we sung:, our native son; Then, with a bow, and a glow of self-satisfac took up his hat and hurried from the room.- cd from the principal of tho school i, and the Gel up early while the dcw-ror bead which is delicacy one o his proportion greatest ofdamenUt

The one who bean the felon's brand tion upon his face he handed the paper backto Before leaving !school, he had inquired of the other her own contribution, set forth on the O'er the fields are Iprr ; clumsy and of the
With moody brow and darkened name the gentlemen who waited upon him. boys the direction of Mr. Perc \'al'lI store, and errand of merry she lad proposed to herelf Get up early when the red sun swelling looking which takes .kwan at a.ct or near the

Thrust meanly from hi* father land "Nobly done, !Mr. Perciral," said the towards this he now directed his steps. which was to btain, from such persons First begins to rise; place where the noseband of rt the halter passel
To languishout: a life of shame; spokesman. You hare saved the credit of The public announcement of his great liberality knew, and fell free to call upon, a sum sufficient Get up early when the JarVn n' round tho nose. The tumors are at first small

Oh let him hear some simple *train- our ward. I hare strong; hopes, now, that we united, as it was, with high cnconiums to pay the poor widow's rent. One or Fade from earth and skie and circutn cribed, and may by
Some his mother taught her boy- shall I lead any two of them put together." upo'n him as "one of the wealthiest and most two upon whom she called, declined giving careless !observer. Their no b DticP
lay Get is sinful a is on
Two or three days after this, the benevolent citizens," was particularly gratify any thing, saying that if the woman wall notable i up early i
Hell feel the charm and dream again newspapers To be time; each side of tho face at the place above indi
t the Benedict Perciral Jil lie read the to her rent, she had better with wasting
r and announced the result! of subscriptionraised ing to 9' pay go
joy catcd
of innocence and when their
Of home Get early while the dear birds ther acquire greatest
in the various wards of the c trThc various! paragraphs that met his eyes with the her children, to the alms-house, where she up
The will burst the tear will start chime size, extend to tho
sigh and higher dt- and they would taken care They disapproved Sing their morning ; they eyes! c therabt
particular instances of liberality were named, liveliest satisfaction, enjoyed a b of -
And all of virtue buried long- Get the flowers and their elevation wilLbe one or
ho had knownfor from principle, of private charities up early "bilt inches.
conspicuous which: stood the fact that gree of complacency than
in his heart among and in bad The head
The best, purest Blush the mor. no presents
Benedict Percival, K!'q., who was ever {foremost ( i a long time.' It was especially agreeable; -they did more harm than good. Oiheis upon !x; .
Is wakened by our native song. Get while all nature a peculiarly ciumsy'appeirance. Frequently
in acts of I ciievolence," had! subscribed to him to find that the largest subscriptionmade gave her smaJ sums, such as quarter and half up early before the of the head ad
Self-exiled from our place of birth the handsome sum of five thousand dollars ; by any one but himself was only five dollars- one poor widow put in a dollar Blesses Nature's God. far just upper part the affection"

To climes ,more fragrant, bright and gay had.: in fact,just doubled the subscription of the hundred dollars, and that this tim: was subscribed from her little store. Those who were mot Get up early anrI'rearec seizes\nccs the s lower a jaw desribe, becomes
i i The memory of our own fair hearth ward in which he resided." by a merchant who was reputed\ to be able gave the least. I was past nine o'clock For the lore day's !l.i; much larger than: !
May chance awhile to fade a"ay ; There lived in the city where this fact occurred worth several; hundred thousand dollars more before the sum needed was made up. Get early if l e Mar The shoulder nAhrJ. liable to be
II ,
But should soave minstrel echo fall a poor widow in {feeble( health, who than himself. Here was a triumph not often With a light heart the noble minded young improve your roil ; attacked. It sp the
to points,
I Of chords that breathe Columbia's fame, bad three children. Her only means of subsistence to be had, and it was richly enjoyed. Tnmer-- girl started for tho humble: abode of the dis- Get up early if a ry 11ce from which it extends begins and embraces the, whole a

f Our souls will bro our spirits yearn. )lay in her ability to do plain sewing.Karly oils were the congratulations lie received for tre sod widow. On her way thither, bendingin l:jour task: to write; scar.da. But the disorder observes no
True to the.land we love and claim; and late she sat over her work, often in being the possessor of such charitable! feelings the gusts of wind and} snow, he passed the (:c up early oh, yc lazy, in its attack and "Some regularity

The high, the low in weal or wo, pain and oppressive weakness, but tho resultof << : united with the means: of gratifying themto splendid! ; dwelling of Benedict Percival; l<, Andful ;as I do- n! times the face alone is pros.; Ibo
Be sure there's something coldly wrong her labor was ever insufficient for the many the fullest extent. It was a happy day for the benevolent merchant. He Fat in his --- .--- lower jaw, and sometimes the bead Imtimea U last affected
About the heart that does not plow: wants of her little family. Mr. Perciral. Verily, he had his reward in j minus parlor, musing i upon (he act that liar THK CROSS AND THE CROWN : the complaint beginning in the shoulder +
To bear its own, its native song! It was in the midst of a long and bard winter the praise of men. How much trt'aSlirc'a I for some days engrossed most of his thoughts: nv KKV. T. it. STOCKTOX. and extending the and finally to 1

and the widow's greatest cxpeii for warm laid up in Heaven by the act, we cannot !say more than half inclined to think that the public I see Him step on Calvary, and not an atom the head." In some lm", said, the disorder 1
THE PEN AND THE PRESS. clothing: for her children, and extra fuel consuming -we have no means of determining thU. did not fully appreciate what he had done, tremble I see Him nailed to the wood. Isee docs not extend cac to the bead, and in such
Young Genius walked out by the mountains and all of her little raining, and leaving About one o'clocklr.: Percival was sitting and in an incipient state of repentance for having His upward look of pitying love, and Iu'a caves it is called !the "stiff disorder," though : +

dreams nothing for the rent. She occupied two small alone in his private counting-room; thinking thrown such a large sum of money away His prayer-Father forgite; them! they the complaint is said to be tbe same, is It
Entranced by the power of his own pleasant dreams, rooms in a retired court, for which she! paid pleasantly! of what he had done for the :goodof w iura a thousand dollars would have done just know not what ihoy do !" I see Him hanging proved by its being cured with the same treat.a ;

Till the silent-tike wayward-the wandering thing a weekly rent of one dollar. She) was the his (fellow men, and pon !lering that significant as well.: While the young girl hurried IJ) faint, in the noonday! darkness. hear mcnt. It appears to be known.by the Yariom f i
Found a plume that had fallen from a passing bird's I under tenant of a man who rented all the passage of Holy Writ-" Charity coversa in the storm, her heart already! receiving His last cry-" I is finished !1" and see His i names cf" bi .hcadJ..6 big jaw," 'bg shoulder :
Exulting and proud, like a boy at hitllay. [wing; I house on one tide of> the court, and, by letting multitude! of sin,"-a lad entered with a rich reward that true benevolence: is sure to head fall upon bosom in death. ," and "stiff disorder," but the same treatment I
He bore the new prize to his dwelling a"aJ" them out again to poor families at a weekly or I timid look and a hesitating step. Iring-a reward incomparably greater than Sudden as thr shock of the earthquake my is recommended for all. The disease is '
He gazed for a while on its beauties,and then monthly rent, not only saved his own rent, but Well, sir what do \"ou want ?" said the what comes as the result of deeds of charity, soul thrills with the truth. Quick as the rending divided into three The first stage is. I .
lie cut it, and shaped it, and called it a pen. made from two to three hundred dollars a year in rather a forbidding contractm.rclaaut no matter how munificent, done for the praise; of the temple, tbeci of my mind is par. known by stiffness in stages.the lameness, &c. '

its he discovered not yet besides. Of course be was a hard man, and ing his brows as ho spoke. of men. ted, and tho glory ofGo!Liles in upon i1. The second stage is lmbs by the enlarge.
I Put be magical! its use bright lips in a fountain of jet; would have nothing! less than his own, no mat- The child I'au suddenly. at this reception I Usually, Charles retired early ; but this I see that there was one sacrifice too greatfor inept of the head,jaw or shoulder. The
Till dipped lei bow much others were injured in his effortsto so different from what he expected, and looked evening he sat up, hopefully awaiting the coming Chri to make He was willing; to leave and last is shown by the thin
r And oh what a glorious thin; became of flame obtain it. I half frightened. But he gathered up !his scat. of Lit teacher. Since seven cluck, he the Throne of the Universefor the mangerof on the stag, baring gained a protuberances considerable J
For it spoke to the world in like a language ; Since the fall the poor widow had been I tered confidence and told his errand thus : had eagerly listened to the sound of every appreaching Bethlehem ; willing to grow up as the son size and bony consistence. The treatment

While its master of wrote the millions on being melted inspired firtd. slow about paying her rent. Sometimes the I My mother has got no money to pay her footstep, and often had his young of a poor carpenter ; willing to be called the for the first and second etge is giren follows
Till the hearts were or had only a quarter of a dollar to give her importunate : rent, and the man is going to sell all her things heart grown almost sick with disappointment. campanion: of publicans and sinners ; willing :- a .t
It came as a boon'and a blessing to men, landlord, and sometimes she could i and turn all of us into the street. She only Hadn't lot better go to bed, Charles ?" to bo watched with jealous eyes and slanderedby 1st. Apply cord round the tipper lip, {
the victorious :
The peaceful-the pure- pen dire him nothing. lIe had scolded and threat owes him seven dollars.\! Won't you !lend] it said, his mother, long before nine o'clock. tying tongues, and hated by murderous put in astitch, and twist it so as to bold the "a

Young Genius went forth on his rambles once more, ened, and warned her to leave the premises to her, sir ?" I .I is too stormy a night for your teacher to hearts and betrayed I by friendly hands, and denied horse still. This is a common operation, andfamiliar }
The vast! sunless caverns of earth to explore! but still it availed not to bring him his due.- Mr. Percival looked at the lad a moment, come out. I am sure she will not )here." by pledged! lips, and rejected by apostate to every farmer. Then cut through j'
I ,. I
He searched the rude rock, and w ith rapture he foundA Food and f fuel the woman must have fur her 1 really astonished at his assurance: and then! 0 yes she: will 1 know she will come," priests and a deluded populace and cowardly the skin on the middle of the nose, vertically,
substance unknown which lie bro t from the ground; children, and, after these were obtained! there I said- replctJtlc; boy. And thus he- answered eve- princes ; willing! to bo sentenced to the cross, and immediately on the rounding part between y
He fused it with fire,and rejoiced in the change, was little or nothing left from her earnings. "Begone, fir.' 1 never encourage; street- ) : mother urged him to go to bed and bleed, and groan, and thirst, and die on the nostrils. Let the incision b no deeper f
Thujit went until dollars due If mother i isn't able! to l.a'l 1 stol'1 on until near ten o'clock.! the cross-but he not to
As he moulded the ore into characters strange, on seven were begging.: your pay Tile was willing wear an than to expose the tendon which down
Till his thots and his efforts were crow n'd with suc- fur rent, when the landlord! became seriously her rent she had better take you all to th!' The wind' roared without, and the! snow iuhcd earthly crown, or rot or wield an earthly in this place. Lay hold of the tendon passes and r

For au engine uprose and he call'd it the Press [cess. alarmed )Jest, in a last resort, which was often I alm-house, where you will be well taken care against the window The widow, ]looked up I sceptre or exercise earthly rule That would it in two ;'then cut i of again at the distance cu ;i

Pen and the Press, blest alliance! combinedTo made by him at little or no cost of feeling; of." lioi her work, and was about lepeating her have been too great a sacrifice. He did. indeed of about one inch, taking the piece entirely! ;
The the heart and the mind there should not bo enough in the widow'stwo Saying this: 'he benevolent merchant took request th! :it Charles would go to bed, when I I endure the crown of thorns, and the cast- out (the piece must be taken out, or the cut
soften the enlighten of ;birth. rooms that the law would allow him to the lad somewhat; rudely by the arm, and leading she observed that he had fallen asleep in his I uf purple and the reedand the cry-"Hail, extremities would soon unite). Next, double Af
For that to treasures knowledge gate seize, for tie liquidation of his petty claim.- him to the door of the room in which he chair. Her heart was touched as she looked I King of the Jews !" one ear and excise about an inch from each
forth the ends oi the earth
And this sent them to : : ; He at once infoimed the widow that, unless had been sitting, and thrust him into the one al the unconscious boy, and thought of the But this was merely because be preferred the cord-so with the other ear."
Their battles for truth were' triumphant indeed 1 she paid him what was due immediately, he adjoining, through which ha had come, where share! in :her troubles that he voluntarily assu mockery to the reality ; so pouring infinite .After the operations hare been .I
the like reed.
And the rod of tyrant was snapped a would sell her out. were several clerks, saying to the latter, as he med. While her eyes still rested upon him, contempt on the one, not only by rejecting it in is recommended to turn the prorc.it I

They were made to exult us!-the to Pen teach and us the to Press bless *' But you know I cannot do that," said the did so, in a rough, peremptory voice, there cal a low rap at the door. On opening the beginning of His ministry, but also by accepting to give him no grain, and neither ride or gr.drive
Those Invincible brothers- unhappy woman. Don't let any more beggars in here. You it, a y u.ig and slender girl stepped in a the ether at its close. him until he is well, which it is said will require ;'
---- CIo and borrow it from some one." know I have forbidden this over and over a- few pace saying as she did so- I A Godlike sacrifice I see it. I see it.- !c'erl weeks, and it is recommended to
_MB.sntgiL! ; 11 _. ln The widow hook her heaJ.I gain.. .1 promised Jour little boy that I would rail The blood! of Christ was an atonement for time give him on alternate days a teaspoonful of r. t
-- --- h ,
I t I lou do sewing several larnuics. no 1 snau tic overrun oy mi mein InCUtlrt.wa. ...j ace yr.r t-'-nibLb I tLoLgt.t to Lure been "
world He wounded for
CAUTIIAND sins of the was
of for
I I them and tell them that will!! be turned salt-petre, a tablespoonful sulphcr k .
to you town, muttered r. Percivalto himself as here earlier, but couldn'l: gel round sooner.Heaven .-
:1 our transgressions, He was bruised for our in- 9 10 him three ,
, into the street if they do not lend you enough;; he resumed his seat. .Su much for havingone's his sent you, through me, enough money I or days ; bleeding every two or i.
TREASURE IX HEAVEN.Mr. iquitiesthe; chastismentofourpeace was upon days in the course of that lime.
money to pay your rent. I'' will be but a dollar name up as a benevolent man." to pi) rent Here it is." Him v
t jour to-I.rro\ and by His we are healed In the disease
stripes has reached the third
Benedict Percival of the wealthiest case t
one apiece 1 trout seven different; individuals.- When Charles came to school( that after She handed the widow a small package of tomb
it. ,
men in the city, sat reading a newspaper, Do it, and the money will come quick enough." noon, his teacher noticed that he bad been IUIH \". "It comes from those who have the breaking see His of th.burial seal hallowed His the ; stage before treatment is commenced, it is directed ,'
on sepulchre was bore f
to in each
when three gentlemen entered his counting-; 1 have no hope of returning it ; and, to weeping, and that he seemed to be in a great halt lo f'l l for others." the of the seal a gimlet-hole protuberant
breaking on every sepulchre ; bone of the face each
room in the formal manner in which commit. borrow under such circumstances would be deal of di and before the (one on ), I.
I lrc s. But, though he a ked him Then! partly turning away, the of His to Heaven i is
asccnsi.J humanity and introduce into them of arsenic the -
tee men usually present dishonest.'' the the lad did his l h-ul time to she! adds-dIt a piece ; t
themseh"es-eFpecial-I' cause, not reply directly to woman say anything, the warrant of our ascension and its entire "
; size of
I ly committee men } i. It is just! as dishonest not to pay your rent," questions. Several t times during the afternoon, I i is too late, and I must hurry home.Mother .- and eternal perfection, exalted as it is, far a pea, wrapped in tissue paper. I }:
scription for some public charity. When Mr. : said the landlord, hardily.! the teacher noticed that Charles t tIll trill! t be '
petty wiped uneasy my staging so long above all and and like other
I I principality, power, might, Courage.- qualities. I
Perciral opened his newspaper that morning ,I The widow answered nothing. I (ear from I his eyes, and that his mnd: was !l. away. Good l night. Charles, I see. has fal- and dominion," and every name that is named has it varieties. Some men born brave, t
the first paragraph. that met his eye was the You can do as you pL-a-c! ," resumed the much tislurLcl that he could: : ] not say his les i I len a lc.t'j but he will know I have been here not only in this world, but also in that which is others acquire intrepidity from:r example, and I l

following: unfeeling man. But I can tell: you one thingif ; I sons. Ic mentioned: this to his: female f asii- Good] ;! !" to conic, is the assurance of our own perfection even a timid spirit may be stimulated by ac. < I'
At the town meeting held yesterday a committee I don't get my nnney to-morrow, I shall tant. Charles was leaving ihe schoolroom I And ere tie widow could utter a word of in all the honors-of joint heirship with tion until personal apprehension is orercome. t
of three from each ward was appointed to waitupon
our citizens to receive their subscriptions in I obtain it in the quickest: possible} way, and ]let I to go home, on the dismiss il of his class, thanks: she I was away. Him, in the many man&ioned House of His .midst tie crash of battle, the dullest soul i ii
.. aid of the sufferers by the late destructive fire in our these rooms to some one who will pay a deal t this Juan: lady) who bad oWm-d. him frequently That night Mr. Benedict Perciral lay awake Father, where he has "gone to prepare a the glorious] impulse, and for the time, A
sister city. This duty will be entered upon at once. better than you have ever done. So you know II since her attention had been called lo I bur t; hours: unable to sleep! from thinking of the place for us." casts off its natural torpidity. To exert, how. a, Ii
We trust tit the gentlemen who have the matter in what you hare to depend on." him, took him kindly by the hand and said- rrror he had doubtless committed in giving ever that mental] calmness which jet {
charge liberal-minded will meet and with benevolent a hearty townsmen.reception! from We may our* With this the landlord went away, and the What is the matter with you, Charles IYou fin thousand dollars for the benefit of those American llrnccolcncc.-Singular Ship brief and lucid be details conteys.of plans of ,

lead the ran in the noble work, it we will. Let us widow was loft to her own sad thoughts. The appear to be very unhappy." who had suffered by the fire, when one dlOusa 1/JCnt.-\hout a fortnight ago we announcedthe action, langgt. of many, and. t 'f..
do it." oldest of her children was a boy between e- The lad paused and looked up into her face. I :.d woild! have told quite 3 well upon the arrival in the port of Dublin, of the bark whose success, ihe misconception of an jade I ,

Over this Mr. Percival pondered for sometime ;! leum and twelve years of age. The other His eyes were full of tears and his lips quiv. public. Moth and rust were already beginning EJ1)rrss, from New York, with a cargo, con- vidual. might destroy-this demands philosophic 4 .S'
1 with his: fore finger upon his lip and his two were girls, the youngest three years old. ered. He tried to speak, but he could lot utter I to corrupt the treasure he had laid up on signed lo the Society of Friends, for the gratuitous concentration of thought, which:many ;:
eyes upon the'ceiling. At length, as thoughhis : The public) schools afiorded! the means of eduCation a word."Is the t'arth.I distribution among the poor of Ireland.A .- {found( foremost in tho press of fight, never can t ,'"
action In the matter were definitely settled, to these ; and it was the mother's aimto any one sick at home 1" asked! the The head of the young teacher had not gentlemen connected with our office hap obtain. This, the most important quality of j. :.
he resumed the reading of his newspaper, and keep them together as long as possible, that teacher. I pressed its pillow long, before all her senses pened. to go on board of her yesterday. In general, Napoleon and Wellington possessed I r ,,
:was engaged that agreeable: occupation, they might enjoy the advantages so ]liberally No ma'am," thc lad faintly replied. w ere locked in entle slumber. Sweet dreams the course of conversation the captain took extensirely, and when the fate ofa battle hung
when of provided for the well the rich.- The for the teacher her through the night} and when occasion to show friend the bill of r
the commiUee gentlemen alluded to poor as as young girl, was quite I accon.pinied our lading. upon a hair both were calm] and self collected. :
above called in at his counting-room. Charles, her son, was advancing very rapidly young, stood silent a moment. She knew that i Ii thc sun smiled in at her windows in the morin : It comprised, for instance, several boxes of and the order, upon which victory or defeat t
"Good morning, Mr. Percival," said the and in a few months she hoped to see him in the mother of the boy was poor, and from the she blessed the day and was happy. She' clothing, one bag of pegs, one harre of buckwheat depended, was issued with a coolness that approached ,
spokesman. > the high school, where she meant to strive peculiar way in which he was distressed, she had laid up a treasure in I Heaven.Resuscitation half a barrel of fish, ete; but our insensibility. The terrible attack at t'
"Good morning, gentlemen," respondedMr. hard to keep" him for at least a two )ear's immediately suspected that something was friend's attention was puJcularl.atracted by Essling, was simply indicated by a gesture,
Percival, tisin eourse, before he ]left home to learn some tradeor wrong at home. of the Droicned.-Deaths by the enumeration of rol ofeatber, he and when tidings were brought upon that r t
"We need hardly stale our business," said go into a store. The lad was present during Is any thing wrong; at home that youwould drowning are very frequent, many lives being, i was curious enough to captain the history bloody evening which might have the ..
the spokesman. You presided at the meet. the brief interview that gassed betweenhis like to tell me 1" she asked. sacrificed for want of knowledge of the means of this singular shipment for the relief of firmest nerves, not I feature of pasie was }

ing yesterday,': and, having assisted in the appointment mother and the landlord. His young blood By this time most of the children had left of restoring suspended animation. Life, in the famishing Irit-h. seen to alter. Sitting on the embankment of t t t
of the committees for the several grew hot in his veins, and he wished, for his the room and the teacher and the lad stood some instances will remain an incredibletime That," said Capt. Sauncer'a! put on :field-work,undisturbed by the roar of his own s
wards, are aware that our duty in this one is mother's sake, that he was a man. quite alone. The tears that had been blind in the body, and only needs the proper Ilar by a poor at a artillery, or a responding thunder from the baN i s
to wait upon our fellow-citizens for their sub. Charles went to school with a heavy heart. ing his eyes of the latter ever since his leach- restorative to set it in active motion again.Dr. .- near the "Larfn New YOlk, where my tcries of the fortress, Lord Wellington {

scriptions. We hare called upon you to get He clearly understood, from what had been er had spoken to him, now {('I over his checks Mutt, of the American Shipwreck Society ship receiving cargo. The day beforeI the plan of the assault ; and, when pnne i
your name at';the head of the list. daring said, the extremity in which his mother was freely I ; but in a little while he was alll to ,. gives the following directions : sailed,{the came alongside and hailed inc.- ting went forth, the doom Ciudad Kodrigft !
that to lead off with, our task will be an easy placed. 'And he also knew that the threat of restrain them, when he told of the distress his .As soon as the body is removed from the 'Is this,' says he, 'the ship that is taking in was sealed.! -Maxirtir* o if Wellington.Cajtialn .
one, and the result equal to our best hopes.- seizing upon their things and selling them, mother was i.i, and that, if the rent was not I water, press the chest suddenly, and forcibly provision for the starring Irish 1' 'Yes,' said Lie
Your subscription we of course know will be would be executed on the next day unless the paid in the morning, her things would all l betaken I downward :md backward and instantly discontinue I, 'ths is the r ship: 1Vell'sajd he, 'I guess I Jo.-During Doniphan" march :
rent for than distraint had from her and turned of tle: Repeat this without ha to send. I ha'ant from Kl Passo to Chihuahua the black
liberal, and that will induce other men of am- was paid, more one away they) out I pressure "c somcthiug any money; ser E
pie means, uppn whom we shall wait, in succession : taken place, at lire instance of this man, with doors. He also; related, in a most earnest and intermission until : piir of common bellowscan and 1 ha'ant any provisions to spare from I rants of the different officers of the regiment
r ,to putdown! large sums.: By this planwe in the past year,and helpless widows and children artless manner, how he had called upon Mr. be procured ; when obtained, introducethe wife and eight children ; but I mean to ) formed themselves into a company. There t. i
hope to make our ward double! the amount stripped of their all without compunction, Percival, without saying any thing to his mo nozzle! wrll upon the base of the ton te. something. So tlt"rc.' said he, heaving in the were twelve of them, of which number eleven f
cubttribgd> byjany! other ward in the city." and turned into the streets. Young as the ther, hoping that he wou' lend them money Surround the mouth with a towflor handkerchief roll ofleather ,ri help to make shoes for were officers and one high private. Jo.- t.
M We cm easily do that," returned Mr. Per. child was, he had been eyewitness to such to pay their rent. "' told of the cruel and, close it. Direct a bystander to the poor fellows." servant to Lieut. D-, was clt'cc Captain
cin.1.M We! have wealth enough. But I scenes of distress. No wonder that his heart and unexpected result with which he met, his press firmly on the projecting part of the neck, How the Society of Friends mean to disposeof was the blackest oflc cr\yd. sported I.I" I.
must decline heading the list. Let Mr. H- was heavy. tears flowed again. called Adam's apple and use the bellows ac it we hare not learned ; but we will request a large black \ a small black hat
lead off.: He will do it handsomely, without At school there was a great deal of talk Hut the man certainly will not do as ho tivd)'. Then press upon the chest to expel Captain Saunders place in the bands of the -aLo a ]large sabre with an intensely bright
doubt. Or. Mr.;{ Swill start your sub among the boys about the large subscription has threatci cd," said the teacher. the air from the lungs-lu imitate natural benerolent shipper, a copy of this paper announcing I brass hill-which same sabre was eternally
I scription liberally./ that had been raised for the sufferers by a ter. 0 yes he wi" replied Charles. He breathing. Continue this an hour at least, its safe arrival. getting involved in tho intricate winding of

The committee men urged Mr. Perciral to brie fire in a western ciTy, the amount of sold every thing Mr. Ellis Jiad this winter until suns of natural breathing come on.- We do not presume to advise the very competent bow legs. With Ji*. ll Captain a f '
; comply with( their first request, but he was which had been published in the morning pa. because she didn't pay him his rent ; and she \.rap the body in warm blankets. and pace! consignees a to the best mode of making formidable body, und to hear them talk, they t
firm in declining,and ultimately told them that pers. The fact that Mr.\ Benedict Perciral], had to take little George and Mary and go to near the fire, and do every thing to preserve ; this generous fellow's shipment available would work \\under! During the battle of
he had madq. up bit mind to place his name the rich merchant, had given fife thousand the poor-house. O yes! be will do it." the natural warmth as well as to impirl, ar- for .' the starring Irish," but if no better Sacamcnto. bpw-erer the company were not i
last upon .subscription'! paper." dollars was particularly dwelt upon. His How much rent docs your mother owe 1" tificial heat, if possible. Every tling. how. way occurs to them, we will suggest that they seen, after the action was over they
I A week after this interview the rich merchant praise was upon all )lips, and he was spokenof "Seven dollars." ever, is secondary) to inflating lungs- offer it for public competition. We will our. were espied breaking out from the W3"O I
I) was again waited upon. The list needed as one of the most benevolent men in the The young t teacher was again! silent and! Send for mcdic.il aid immediately. Avoidall ourselves at once start tho competition by of and joining in the pursuit. That evening one ,
! only his nime to complete it. city. thoughtful. If she had possessed the sum required friction until respiration shall be in some (faring for it the price of a barrel of the of our olccr attacked Jo. about his company. ,
I How mu M We bare; not done as well as we expected lad that, if,!Mr.\ Perciral was so rich and be. in the hands of the boy, and sent him home ----- in obtaining it (and this is only our first bid), hind wagons,during (he-fight 1'
," was replied. If you had led off* weabottld nerolent as to be able and willing to give fire with glad tidings to bis mother Hut it took .Master (f"i Craft.-One of those hardysons we shall gladily preserve it as a significant Lieutenant, I'se.berry sorry (o ay it am
no doubt bare done much better." thousand dollars for the suffering in another all her salary to support a widowed' mother, of the ocean (Jack Tars) in returning and to memorial of that kindly sympathy with tho de traf. I done eb1ing-1 call'd on do patcrisro .

Who headed the list r city he would be willing to lend or give his in bad health, and she had, therefore, nothingto his ship at Vera Cruz, captured but a mule,himself sufferings of our people that pervades all class ob de men- injokcd dem by all dey

Mr. R4With -." mother seven dollars to prevent her little all spare. immediately the mounted animal him : kicked seating and es of citizens in the great republc. hold most dear in dis wor' an do nCI, but it ,
how much?" from being taken from her, and she and her .Go home, Charles," she at length said, on rump, the off. A soldier up told Should our hint b acted on we the use was no go ; dcy git on de wrong. side
One hawlrrd dollars." children tamed into the street in the dead of and tell your mother that I will come and sec came near throwing him of our columns to who may choose to compete ob de wagons."
tho mule and
winter. The thought made his heartbeat her Something must be done to him to set further forward on with us. did do there I"
Humph !II| Let me tee the paper. young I! tonight. pre. would The tar ButTlat yu
h.h was Lauded to the merchant. He ran quicker and his cheek to burn. Until rent this man from distressing her." ho not kick to. repJt"Il We regret that Captain Saunders was notable geltiu' cooler, and de firing I
over it half aloud, as he did dinner time he pondered this over, his mind The boy turned and walked quietly away. see you blowed first, this is my to inform our friend the name of the kep' gettiu' hotter, and at las'de cannon balls
from the
:-fIt: ,, feeling more confident each moment that re. His step was much lighter than it was when (to know wbo'l stop me Jac\ass"riding on kind-hearted American col>bIcr.-/)"ftKn.Pire. cum s ormfghly f I thought d besting

"Oae liun4red-one hundred-one hundred lief would be obtained, if application were. be came to school, for now there was Lope, quarter of my oven man. dis nigga could do,\ar to git : vagon*
-Dotting; VbpTe a hundred.'' Wbat'doei it aUarDOaut made to Mr. Perciral. again in his young heart. 'I A lad of 70 married a little girl of 72 inWorcester Iwsclf!'_l ereille. .' ;
to p'f : When Charles came home from school after The night that succeeded to this dajr was .Mais:, on the 10th. Where A Russian general has the ominous name If all seconds adverse 'lo .
vrrc as atheir.
Fie t session the face of his mother very'cold. Tho b ortb..I were their mothers and fathers, that such car.ryings orGcnrl PupofT.: But this not as bad as dueL '
J tboaod don an. : the morning win swept roa f t { \eiy little M mti.- t
.r. the tried to cast towards t and on were ..I'& (7enertLWiogenwaggenbiIr u 11rincials : oT
,! ..,.- tc; ant- .took. up kit. pen and wrote. ;.is full of distress. Though boy (evening ""4( f : .' shed t.a way, .

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( p- 1 r I I J1IN 1 --t- : :: -- : '5 -
m4 i --- --- of tbo War.' W. are in4ebte4t'
fie.V O. Pitmya, .4.MplI3. very Indignant at what they consider the harsh Worktntt of Faction Expense *

m. { ArriTBl ojF Steamer New 'Orleans.LATER ol the They make no THE FLOlIDIAN. Where men can (freely 'pk oat their opinions Some or the whig paperf. i making great com forth* following nsefal'tahU.. With"Mm i w. ?.'

lange about Gener. these could and upon them} it is expected that party plaint about the cost o the They put down Cut it out and put it in son coareoieat '

:k"r{:: :; FK(>M VERA CRUZ AND TAMPICO.. hare been had at reasonable provisions rates; without any 't>CT: 1. ALORK.1Saturday divisions ac will exist upon all questions of sufficient eighty Bullions u the amount already appropriated, 1.

? i The New.Orleans, Cap Auld but take to inform their readers that the Time and Places f
1f importance to discussion. is so in liter bottlaf Crt
v\ Iearbip threat. They deplore th 'ir unfortunate posi. provoke I no.pa cit h.
'; ..! armed afternoon,baring' _lIe from August 28 1847. ature and science well in morals and politics. appropriations by provide for the expensea the several Circuits IB U Stt '
the lion,being dtfcncde5 This, they say, should as as CDge t. : e FW I
:t. of 7th and
Crux jlje wi
Ver evening ins. But that these of the war till Juy.I8S.} The large amount
have protected them from insult. Gen. unfortunately,men are so coi'titute IN WESTERN
i ))1 :: fmmTampoolboeveningoftbe 10th. Capt. Pierce is the fin American officer, they say, QCJ- Camp McetUi;.-A.Camp Meting will commence divisions are oftentimes very far from being mere differences i i. what they wish to startle the people with. They TiE O TERM.CIRCUIT.8PRfi .

Auld reporti th steanuhip Mary Kingland who has thus had occtsion to find fault! with at the Centenary Camp Ground,near QuinCy, cf opinion. They are not always mild, are not partiula to explain how it COOTM, or to At ApalachicotA, in Franklin County

$ : .j" hating left Tampico via the Draws, thsl them. The reply is pretty .sharp" upon the October Sth. R. H. LUCKEY. temperate and reasonable difference, such as sensible what time it extends. This would defeat the street day in April.AttheCourt t 2 kt

.. port on the O'h' inst. the weak. they intend to produce. They do not hint that, in House in Calhoun the
( ,
General but it should confine to it&
: is men Moid..
translating. o
:. The Galveston left Tampico 9th hanfyvotlh 9: Rev. Mr. Nm.\\il!! preach in (Le Presbyterian' : in -
l. I ftteatiUhip We give from ihe ful- ness-sometimes the perversion of nature permits counting this amount as the cost of the war, they do ApriL
l" Church on Sabbath! next, at 100' At in
: inst. forVeraCruL morning: ha1pat the
it violence to truth. They make the sum for this Mara Jab o Hi
t. lowing summary of news made from the Bole. clock. passion and prejudice to sway the mind and force pur. 11 -
::1'r .A Steamship Fanny arrived at Tampico on tin ___. .-_- pose great by near e'even! milIioruabout the COt .
: (to a degree of madness which rejects everything ta At Washington
". the 7th, and to hare left for Vera Cruz service in the Methodist Rah' Btu i county, '
; was on There will Divine
' : The same paper says that a Mexican, ("* trai. C3-: b like reason, assumes a toncutterly repelling all conciliation cf the army and navy establishment in peace-and } on.y '

f": I. j' the 10th maE, Episcopal Church to-morrow, 3t the usual hours.J they charge the three millions u % when At Ucheann.in Walton the
tor, it says,) was encountered by a party of and spurns all toleration ol difference and ped. county O 4i&
.; I tr ', : Dr. of Baltimore, died yellow such is not the fact, the before ,. X
Haw1ins guerillas and he In this spirit men and
being suspicious was required opposition.
: $:: A Four Da\ Meeting "i commence at the rel\J coun.e At Milton, Seats Rosa the
fever the 7th inst. : i county lit
4 :.: j.1 o Vera to undergo an examination : but having of. I Methodist fyiscopnl Church in (tliij dIy, on Widncsdiy forget discretion. I the matter about which the the eyes of the people to frighten them too large in June. u '
f mails from .
The New OrIeans
f' \ : :i brings fered he killed. Three minds thus let loose by fourteen millions. At Pensacola in EscambU
resistance, \ a large puing next, the first September. difference arises, when their are county, the H
that o _
"V, .; i Cruz and Tampico.Ye regret to learn packages, containing letters from the officers --- --.-- without control, be some political measore, some This in a fair specimen of Whig opposition to in June. 2 r

". 1 the Tampicq mail was stolen at an early hour of the army, to their friends in the United Another Letter from Gen. Taj lor. thing to excite evcry-day interest and discussion the war. There i is no effort to show misapplication frALL TRR..

Bit.h 1 i yesterday metrning and rifled of a portion of its States, weiv found in 1m possession. In ant.tht column w ;iU: be foumlalrttcrfiomGen. something which may, perchance, be used to overthrow or mismanagement of the funds .of the Government. At PfnA ora.! on the 2 Monday, in October*
At Milton the 4th
. suLse.t ,
..t' 'I contents. Some, of the letters were The Bolctin! adds: In said correspondence T.,TLR to a gentlenni: in Louisiana,upon the all. an antagonist political party which is in power There is no charge of dishonesty.,. Nothing is said At Ucheeanna.on on the 1st Monday in .

'f fluently recotcred, though the roguo supposed it is Mated that greatxliscord exists between the er.grosfin,; subject flie( Pre-idency. It is, to say they \ery easily run to that point cf opposition which indicate guilt, or even want of judgment At Roach's Bluff on the YOYer'

4 I"".', t he had disposed of them by casting them into. volunteers and regulars of the American army, the least of it, a r<","i rtmarhalle ltlo.. and is des. wl. !amounts.lofartion; by which we ir.eanblind, The whole aim is to do the Administration an injuryby At )Iarana. on the 3.2 u
letter addressed
a water closat. In Ibemai was a and that this cause them to fight tined, without Joui! to elicit some little comment harping the enormity of the sum appropri. At r House Cahon ,
.t W. the may among unreasoning, reckless, obstinate opposition, so prt- upon Monday December.At county o tie 'l.t
to Esq., contents in
I SWif themselves." from the rre ". I rur (cum-he, we are !lrongly in be ated,though they know it is not yet near expended.
that it surely expected
: may :3inl Apalachicola, on the! 2j
of which it would that three U. S.
't appear denounce il hoax and toconsi Jer 1 Ir.Ddward Monday December.
0. That paper is delighted at this ant takes cine to a* a rvery measure which I the ruling parly may propose They wish to confuse mcn'sjudgments by alarming

t treasury notesnurnbered32l,322&323for that to call the Dlon*," the Central's officious correspondent them about IX
highway heavy taxes. MIDDLE
each hare abstracted. opportunity .mericans" or no matter what may be its character or TiE
; 8500 They were dolt CIRCtIT.
-1'; hen robbers, Yankees," a m re .man of straw": -but then the Louisiana Why did these tell (heir readers what SPKWfO
says or even necessity. The workings of faction lOt papers
tell TEa.
It is that olh. nt
.. I I' O 18-6. supposed that it from letters that which ought to know say that the Newport. in Wakull
tho did ?
letters have been stolen. appears intercepted papers t are sometime very curicu5lld. as it frequently whigs a to the appropriations Except as comuy., on the 4lh MoiuUr
; er in Marcn.
Gen. Pillow and other( American chiefs are of Dodo r has a local Jubilation and a name" ot to the three millions of the in
I. Whi o'. of the 3d Louisiana al) numbers men strong intellect and influence a- most whigs Congressvoted At Jasper in Hamilton
Capt. company opinion that the attack the will them. and i is, witha', .one of the most radical county, on the 1st Mondar
S battalion orders at Vera Cruz to cm upon capital among mcng its votaries i will not be amiss to give some for them. Weie they wrong in this I I not, in April. *

reccU"e not be successful-that the commanding officers determined out-and-out democrats in Louisiana, and why do whigs now of the Administration At tldi.o in Madison
; bark New.Orleans and striking instances illustrative t of its nature ca- complain county, on Moa&r
on th
; to ;They did so at once, and reached consider the capital to be in a very strong or in the Sjnth": -(we quote (rom the Delta,) andso rerr. We will fake instances. from our recent history patty about it ? Why i is it brought up to kill the inAprih .

Tampico. state of dffe-nce, much for its fortifications we arc lot in doubt .and perplexity I"e say democratic when the majority of the At Mouticello, in Jefferson county,on the Monday
I their destination "the 4th inst. The Tam. a -there being no need to go far back. party whigsin in April. 3
as for the number of men who be broughtin il i is a humbug. and the authcr of it seine i' mean,
," pico Sentinelsays) they mustered one hundred wi The frt we shall cite relates to the course ol Congress are e'aly guilty,i if any guilt there be ? At Tallahassee, in Leon county, on the 4th Monday
action-and finally that the guerillas! had lying varlet, ambitious of a lit tie bric(notorutyand There be this in
for if the
might some excuse course
rank and file. whip in
men politicians to the earlier of the
:.4 Capt. I'airchild's company paraded in Vera completely intcruptcd the correspondence between who ouht, to be hun: 0: a gallows hisli a: (t Mexican war When regard that! war commencedopposi money appropriated by the votes of both whigs and At Quincy, in GaJsden county, on the 2 Monday

I'uebla and Vera Cruz. mans, \\ e shall moat prubabi share the fate ol l ihe democrats had been after the 4th Monday in April.
a : Cruz 0 the 6th inst. fully armed and equip. lion to it however improperly applied or profusely
: read was very slight. was: soon seen, -
The letters after hating been were unfortunate editor uf the .' ti.mfl H7>, and be I the TALL TEEM.
ped. They made a fine The that its woud! confirm the squandered by Administration. But nothing of
appearance. sent to the government at Mexico. I denounced as a" humbug" iurs>el\cs: ; but it we say popularity strength At Jasper, on the 3rd Monday in October.At .
". < -. f following morning they started out on a scout. Four Arivricandeseifcrs arrived tit Jalapa, of the democratic and thus prevent all possibility this sort is prettnde. It is only the amount! Madison, on the 4th ". "
it sure.enoinb the
old lart.
a war-liire
: .I tU Lieut. Watery, with a detachment of Capt.Besancon'a on the 30th. ut.! ,.three whom were from Pue. I is be compelled to Idle let ''ror that aerlion oalol' with, we cf Ihe a ascendancy of whigiury, and, as this which is the matter of complaint. I it not evident At Monticcllo, on the 1st Monday II in November..
At Tallahassee the 2d
hal from this that on
the hue and about of
I company, returned from a scout on bla anJ one from (n. Pjcrc 's train. They I another which get into ; was by no means to be thought cf or endured these cry expenses At Quincy. the 4th .
the Cth in t 15 miles from the city ( may : a worse difcult\ war i i. hollow hypocrisy ? is alt for effect, on
: t.L were to lea to J.ilnpa! for Go Itl'pee. The Ho!. tbau |the] forTThe politicians took a new turn. They condemned the I At Newport, on the 1st Monday after the 4th Mon(
pronounciJ production a
i while riding along the bank of the MeJellinriver etin says thitlhosj! from I'ula that i I letter war, and raised a cry against it. This cry was to regardless ofreasoatruth justice; and this is too day in November.
tired into Mexicans rpor is explicit enough, and well cnonr':' in its muck I he case with to all the of .
some (
they were by the desertion was great from the rank be : up by their and prolonged regard points opposition
very Culo\er
'- side of \ (place, and we will not rparrelvithanv about its cmh
bushes the otic which IX TIlE EASTERN
": concealed in the' on opposite of the American army, neil! that seventy-three throughout the land. Righter \srongtherc was no whig politicians hive raised against this CIRCUIT..
the river, but no harm was done. The Sun siNk; but we tnit sjy that, taking it by ar.d large, war. SPRING TEEM.
deserters were in at Puei i, linpe fir the big but this-right ,
one day; parly
ah'caisd wrong
the mind which conceived i is \ c At St in St. John's
that one of the party, Mr. Wilkinson being j it not' the one which Augustine county on the Jl
says i ba.! The from (; train is therefore this be th watch-word.
one ('n. Pire'g' j i cry was t ti j Thenit Monday in June
in advance, entered a house which had I gives birth to the brief and lerseytilen dfpatch- 3Ir. Clay out of the Question.
said to report that full of sick follow was they that Mr. PAk caused the At Jacksonville in Duval
war the 4th
i I county on
; from all l been abandoned \\th wagons cs we see OMT the ( cral's si '!/re-a".1,, 1 henceour Erastus Brooks, late co-editor Washington Monday
appearance him. We (Iol't J believe one word of this. by ordering t the march of our army to tie Rio in May.At .
and found in it dcubtsabout iMjeiiuinerir, \Vemabewrtn correspondent of the New York
: writes
precipitation, some papers, a. : ? Express Nassau C. II in Nassau ,
-, The! BuViin furtheras that the inducements Grande.; This was a damning sin-damning to him county on Wednesday
: mong, wnich was the following pass : (but this is our opinion, and we hope no ene will object from Utica to the Boston Whig that he considers before the 4th Monday in May.
held Hut tl) Americans to (tcsert are not and his sLoe: rut when told that
";l CO OF EAST. to so frank an v\\\ region e>If it. party. Taylor, Henry Clay, .for many reasons, as entirely out tl l Alligator, in Columbia county, on the Sd Monday
2 lr.\i TiE enough ; that if the \toud! who has their .
tccrme favorite
advi in
government prom. suddenly great May.At
a The chief guerrillas will please let the General Taylor is a .;md! old man," as s nic of the question, as a future candidate for the public honou
o ise them money or any other reward, Scot's I s&dthiis march, and advised it under circumstance; Newnansville for Alachua and Levy counties on
t '. bearer, Crcspia Marin, pass unmolested! with wouIJ b.. destroyed. counsels the I the army correspond d.-liplt in terming him,but of hit country." And why ? Because of his the 1st Monday in May.
when it less thin when it actually
.. ten mules, as he goes to Vera Cruz to get pro. Governor's I any one can see at a dance that he i i. I no politician \a expedient was declaration in New Orleans" I feel half inclined At Ocala, in Marion county, on the 4& Monday in
of States: t to take to f
measure rdired, in
visions for the guerrillas. ment and r'I' ," and 'Iromh it source the \\lnt; paper ha\ they sea nothing wrong, nothing that to ask for some little nook or corner in the army, in April.At .

God and Estor 5 147.I. opcourages desertion. derived their cahln ( to affect t him. What was a damning sin in Mr. Polk Mellonville, in Orange county, for Orange and St.
'. Liberty August The authority t-r ; him .a which I might serve in avenging the of
same paper says as!as.ination" are fre. t'Ix was no sin in Though Taylor's and Polk'sp.icy wrongs my Lucie counties, on the*3d Tuesday in ApriLFALL
." Jl.A lRTO. in whiz, would bt difficult: to determine. Certainly i T3)lr. country. I have thought that I might yet be able to
well Americans
quent Jalapa.: as as Mexicans. : TEEM.
: the
was same, the former lo be almost
To the Cotm\dcr not from any' t.irg: lie (hn written. In all his ,ublishcd ,.1 was capture or a Mexican." These sentiments this
A small: ganijon: is required there j ( sly At St. Augustine, on tbf lit Monday in November
deified the latter be hUI
: to i
:. "; A train left the e'enin.of the 6th inst. for for the of the inhabitants. letters he repudiates! !party :r.d refuses to lea le into ignominy. Why Mexican Whig says, .in the estimation of every At Jacksonville on the 3d MAt

I the army above, of Col. Wilson The Boletin protection! of the :30th ult. its candidite units: he: i-t selected by the people,without this difference/ ? because it was hoped that Taylor'sp.tlarity reflecting mir.d, must be deemed alike abhorrent to Nassau C. H., on Tuesday before the 3d Monday

', of the 12th Infantry. The train was says paper to In thi le-fcr he nit be used for their parly purposes, of in November.
of regard paify. tctal every principle true and
the unfitting
2thas far prok-ssts morality
l from offence i I
to j
escorted about 1000 The so giving wl.ilo they know IVlk's could only be u.ed against dri3ran At Alligator, on the 3d Monday in December.At .
r by men. following .
ijjwraice to of be
the Americans that it was bought by otfi- j as ntcosiity a National Dank, to proclaimed by one now in the4 sere and Newnansvil.'e for the counties of Alachaa sad
: many hem
This makes
man's sin
,. officers arc enumerated by the oun as commanding cers and soldiers. The Boletin expresses its | and the power of Congress for creating such an institution one glory. yellow leaf,' and having already passed the ordinary .I Levy, on the 2d Monday in December.At .

them : Captains Clark, ;Morris, Al.p surprise that ihe.Americans had not rebuked ,"and the !31e" as to the effect of a high h there reason or sense in such a course as this ?- bounds allotted to human life here below." )fellon'I'lIe! on Tuesday before the 1st Monday b

,'or Hoke, Hornsby and Winan!, of the In. its freedom with them Santa. would protect in I tritr:!, ar.dtl.c right ol Congress under t he r.bttad! of f being honest exposition, tires not this I was unbecoming in a moral and religious people November.At .
fantry and Lieuts. Jones, Cantwcll, Waddell as \lna show opposition is factious ? mind and self. Ocala, (or the counties of Orange and St. Lucre,
4 ; have done with the press of the capital. I fNI"tilutit for creatir.g vich :system of rc\c-nue." \lid. to rejoice over the victories gained against Ihe on the 1st Monday in December.
Wheeden Wilkins! Sears the motive t i is obvious to be mista-
: and contradictory
Doyle 10
This is
British in
Another courier from Jalapa arrived at Ve. let pood". whiggery. IVe had thoughtthat I 1517. So said the opposers of their

Creanor, of the Artillery. Some of the ac. I to iiatjrra! Lank be ken. then. is abhomnr Christian IN 'SOUTHERN CIRCUIT.
ra Cruz on the 7th inst., and by this we have assume a to necessary and country I to morality
counts set down the number of in this This is not the only instance of whig faclion,- .
troops received tIe Bolcliu! of the 11 and 3d of Aug. that the row r to charter such an in.ltuliol wjs to speak cf .ater.ging; our country's wrongs'* by SPRING TEJt).
.' train at from 1500 to 2000 ; our own correfpondcnt In After the battle of Monterey some whig newspapers At the county site in Benton county, on the 3d Monday .
The letters received by this mail give no laterncws clearly Congress, and to assume the same capturing or slaj ing cne of its enemies in 18-1. S
'a.: says 1000. Verbal reports say that ( condemned the capitulation as being a great military in ApnI.
from .Mexico or Puebla, but some further ( a high ;protfctiivtjriir, was absolutely nece"sa- say the opposers rf their country now. Let the At Tampa Bay, in I the -d
HUUborough on
Col. Wilson was taken suddenly ill and could blunder. Thy did it, however, under the belief county
details. ry to con-tilute ore .a good whig.." Gen. Taylor people-the patriotic of all parties-mark thee Monday in
not that the command devolved that the the result of instructionsfrom April.FALL
proceedj'and We announced: a week ago, the death ofa is not, then, a .good whig," for, according to his capitulation was men; and when the day of retribution shall come, TEEJL

upon another officer, whor name is not re col- messenger from Mr. Kci.dall, named Francis own declaration he is a I.tlec blank on these qucs- the Administration, and the Administration. as it surely will, visit i upon them the just reward of At the county site in Benton county on the 3d Monday

lected. Our letters say nothing of this. therefore, to be held for the blunder, in October.At .
was responsible
co Espina. \e now learn, to our surprise, lions, hating jet to investigate theirs. before pronouncing their treason. Brand them a did our fathers of
: The Sun relates that on the 3d inst. and be Tampa Bay, on the 2J Monday in October.
with blame! of it.
a man to on accrunt
that heas their eftcl ovent.ehned the Revolution .
killed outright when taken.He .- upon fccsily, and constitutionality and efh1agjtvar:
.0 lot ._. .
: named Thos.' Clark the w 9 vw rvrwmtpolicy.
belonging to 1st in. tried and condemned be shot. ; ana from me Known iioiuslv of t the Gen a t "I""n.| Revenge Rer.elpthThe
;, a prisoner in the guard house of was to What I hen do these papers do? They hoist {cc -The New York Courier and Enquirer says of
fantry ', that lie not at the customs for all the in
p tlC The sentence executed ths of the eral. we may safelyas nr.w :whig receipts ports
; tried the soldier was morning his name to the heat! of their columns as their candidate the proposal to seize Cuba and Porto Rico by
palace, to then on upon
pass guard, 3d August. or ever will be. I an in\i* tig and his ; for Why tlevate one man Great UritainI -
.! to accomplish purpose, seized one end We find in the Boletin little worth i is gone into by him, we hate no doubt that l.eill Prtsidfnt ant June 30. 1847.were S20.6G5.107. This is exclusive
't ,. of the soldier's musket and made some efforts I If new" I d nan another for the very same thing ? Why revile .It cannot betooearlyor too plainly made knownto
from it decidtd democrat fart least of due in bond. These
copying, but some Ioncarticesihch! we have I emerge a so asa I $ 62lJOO on goods receipts
that the United States will
to take it out of his bands. The latter fired the Administration for a capitulation it did not makeor England never consent -
at I if worth ttink anJ concerned. Where is his fill short of the estimates of the of (the
II not room f for to-day, cvi-n they are Tarif are under any circumstances, lo the occupation of Secretary
Clark the ball I authorize arId at the time for President
his side same
passing through and translating. We tum to the Mexican papers, I iwhugery, then What makes him a whij} and urge I I either of those islands:by Great Britain. Treasury $"38,000-or excluding the amount due on

-. coining out at the back. The ball afterwards: in which' wo perceive a series of decrees \I.at authority' h.aso. thE federalists" : for il-is, ing (l.itn the man who dit make the capitulation ? The i| Would Cot Webb stand! up to this i if his advice goods in bond, about gl.OOU.OOO. The total revenue
S wounded another named fir th; is hid all but these of
.' man George Evans, from Santa: Anna promulgated through Gen. I as .a good whig! .'"* They Lave Done-no! a ,!...jJeJ i reason : beyond ryes should be taken by the Government ? I is humiliating receipts for the year 1515, were -27,427,325, and
: of the of mounted fact lox..
one company men under Lombardine. They refer lo the organizationof J -not : ide-aull henct man' the leading andinfluential I I to be compelled t< question the patriotism of for the year 1546 $-2G,712CW7. The customs receipts
Bensancon and the of t The contradiction characterised the
Capt. finally grazed .
hip troops, tweed loans, &c., and are not generally :j paper ol that; party in the North and an American, but whense have 51 many unfortunate at Boston from the 2d to the 9th of the present -
the at the other end of the also these in to the I
';. sentry portillas, interesting. A decree o'ft-e 12th July West arc "cawing eft." and ss ill haie, nothing bob rf whig politicians regard depriving examples:before us in the present war, among month.. were $316,000, and at New York for the

belonging to the 1st Infantry. orders a tl t rid compliance: with a previous cnn I with him. .Taylc.r is 11 ri t'4 The name of the man who fired is James the Cuz. The Administration
directing Americans to leave the city. It ta Wright," fays the L'ticdunJ True Demoout, expedition against \ spicuous, of men false to their country it need not one week, $1,180,000.
: Robinson. Our writes that his (but when it
correspondent denounced for this, was
." commands them to leave within forty-cight I a strong whig: pa; ei in the \. t. .lie nfiisit to was I be matter of( astonishment doubts are entertained The .mount drawn from the Treasury for the War
'i' conduct was fully justified. ertained that tfe fault, it was Scott,
hours for San Juan Rio, a town in the \I nm as the 1l7tig camliJale. (Aye, here's where any upon of their fidelity in case of a difficulty with our old and Navy Departments from Ihe 1st to the 12th
The wounded men were immediately sent tot e who, i is heard more of it. was no
whig we
State of Queretaro, forty-three leagues from the fchoe pinches !) llf tttttr has Ittn Htntijitd' 1 enemy. We have it in remembrance that this same inst., fell something short of 1700000.
;: the and it is said Clark and Evans
hospital, arc I crime in him, though it in the Administration.
Mexico. Those thus ordered from the \a
':'. cap. wi/l tIt Il7tig parly. lie nttei cast a HTii'g role. whig editor once talked very fairly about Ihis.llx.
.' dangerously wounded. Another instance ol the workings cf faction we Dreadful ShipirreeA and great loss of>L fe. The
ital include not only Americans by birth, hut LAST VOTE HE EVER GAVE WAS TOR can war, and welt so far as to pronounce the last
Ou the 4lh inst. two cut-throats, by some TiE have in the remarks which whig papers are making New York papers contain accounts of a most dread
I naturalized citizens of the United States and I GENERAL JACKSON. (Jnd he M not of annual message of the President a" masterly and unanswerable -
supposed to b guerrillas attacked a sergeant aslumed about the discharge of the volunteers by Scott after ful destruction of a ship at sea by collision and the
., s all who, under have previously! vindication" cf it. He found
pretext it fault
of any ire venture.V1. .% thin sltud! the wings sup. too,
; the 14th Infarjtry while on his way from the obtained leave I the battle of Cerro Gordo, and before their time had loss of one hundred and seventy-two lives! Tlr
the to remain. They arc commanded port him in preference to Silas Wright ? (For (the with Corwin's speech out he was then after a
city to camp Vergara. Both Mexicans charge that this was in accord vessel destroyed was the Swedish barque Mass.
to confine to San Juan They .
well armed while the therse\.es strictly, life ofu we cannot sec-I 111 otic appears to be as orthodox cone Brigadier-Generalshipand when he found that the
were sergeant had only and towards the ance with instructions from the Administration, and Captain A. l\Iobur from Hamburg, bound to New
his He used especially not to move a step as the ct tier.) Hut: we do not mean to vote President had confidence neither in his courage or
swor. i to good purpose dri. capital. that it was an act of .folly and .insanity," by York, and the vessel which came in contact with
:( Mexicans' but several for either. Sink or swim, live fir dip,* we mean to patriotism, he turned about and charged upon the
,. receiving stringent decree issued the 13th which alone has been Cud the delay of our army her was the ship Shanvnga, Captain Patten, from
was on for who does Administration a design to destroy Gen. Taylor and
: slight wounds himself. A detachment of the \ote no one rot! (openly and fearlessly .
of July the of which the in entering the city of Mexico. All this is aimedat Liverpool, bound to Boston. The collision occurred
,. Georgia cavalry was sent out under Captain assigns maintain our sentiments, and is willing to stake his his gallant army, in permitting Gen. Scott to withdraw .
movement of ihe the our democratic Administration. But it happensthat in a dense fog,and in thirty minmtes (the barque
;' Lowell, to endeavor lo overhaul the two Mexicans enemy upon capital" as all upon their sweets, le the result be what it the regulars,with which to capture Vera Cruz
an excuse for its harshness. Every soldier discharged the volunteer on his own res- went down. Thirty-four only out of two hundred
but the persuit was 'ain.I may." This is what we call being .a good whig," S.I.1 and fight the battle of Cerro Gordo Who would
found outside the line sentinels of the : ponsibility. He had no instructions to do so. Yet and six persons on board were saved. Among those*
:, '. A small lot of pack mules arrived at Vera but such an ore i is not General Zachary Ti}lor. He give a groat for the declarations of such men ? Who .
I under what Administration must be abused. lost the of the Iduna.
.. no matter pretext, unless he has for this the grossly was captain
./, Cruz on the Glh'inst. from the interior. The says .I am no politician, and ifeltcttil, shall knowno will place reliance in them ?
a written from a chief of the line, is declared This is what whig are doing-abusing
'j owner would not disclose bow they passed the pass parly but the country." They say, .He that 1 politicians. Dreadful mortality in Monti'eal,Canada.-From
a deserter and is to be as such.- democrats for the acts of whigs.In
:' guerrillas, but il is shrewdly suspected that Eat thinks lightly of the whig party, cannot give the A Letter f'orl' Gen. Sot.The following letter a report made to the Montreal Board of Health by

"..".'.,'-1, they paid (four dollars a head for leave to come Those who may assist or encourage soldiers country thcrbene of their principles." He is not all these instances. it will be observed, the is said to been written by Gen. Scott 1( the one of its committees it is stated that no less than

I in. The following day ono hundred and fifty to desert arc also to be dealt with summarily.The good-enough whig for them. charge w;3 made against the Administration in ignorance lon, Millard Filmore,o( New York. I is inimitable. 3210 persons have died in that city.of fever between

last clause of Ihe decree, however, allows of facts, and in Ihe teeth of facts. Matters is not probable that the man who is proposedas
It l
I mules arrived from is increase
Cordova laden 9th This
with and
I June
,: pack those who On the war ]Uvticn, Ihe General i is thing the 5th August. an
have deserted
may already to give : any which the Administration denounced and of the in Gen. lor's Cabinet will
for Tay
j was Secretary
and Mexican .
No number of (
is the
,: sugar brandy. entertained else" than a .Al a he "and of 2752 over or a corresponding -
themselves ,
up within four days, and so escape \Ili ctizO says held to Ihe of the the Administration solicit the hero of Gordo to another
: that Jarauia or eome of the guerrilla all a soldier, it is sufficient for to know up indignation country, Cero discharge period in the previous year. Up to the 13th instant
,p chiefs have the of penalties. t5Pt'ial' mt in fact had nothing to do with. was soldier on the ground of conscientious scruples a- in
plan granting'per- I there were 1291 sick with the fever
our is at with nation, to persons
aoped Another decree, dated the Ut of July : country war a foreign
:: in [ the wind. pro. reviled for the act of others, while those other gainst fighting : disease
mil Hopes are vides for the organization of two companies do all in my, power to brine it to a speedy and honorable the Emigrant Hospital. The same fatal
.4. entertained that In this were lauded to fulsomeness by the reviler Theydo HEAD-QUARTERS OF THE ARMY.
[ way some trade wi Infantry, lo ho formed out of the Foreign I termination, w:thout inquiring about it* justice seems to be raging in Quebec-2116 persons being
.f rs Dear Sir : I have two l letters (one
: not wait for the (ruth to but found My recei\'e
be carried on between Vera Cruz and the coma out, they the
with it in the Grosse Isle
down Hospital
Legion, \hicli are to be known as the First or any thing eUc OIIch. with it. I we from the Rev. Mr. Angler, othef signed by up
their condemnation which
J tcrior. ; and Second Companies of Active Infantry of, mistake not, the wings, have a "umed the Hry con- uson conjectures arc fase. Mr. Van Wyck) asking on several grounds the discharge 10th inst.Jacison.
1 J Nothing later has received this no harm against those in they aredrn of the second
of James ,
by ar. power a private
KIornl Thompson
ben ; to We d'i that have
Each meet
St. Patrick. is to consist trary Ihi. kll'\ !(
from the company to imagine some, anti from their imaginingsalone Regiment of Artillery. 1st. lie has, since his enlistment County.-We learn from the Sentinel
i"al rUe ;
.. .J; rnors had reached Vera Cruz, Vario'J to of a captain, a lieutenant, two fcub-lieuten- : denounced it as .unjiM and infimous," and have they gather the substance of their charges.We .-- ,reformed his habits. This is an argumentin that Messrs. WADE KEYCS and T.M. BUSH, whigs,

; purporting ants, a first four second threatened t<> it by r.fu"il.; and to favor cf his serving out his time, lest he should
sergeant sergeants, I 1.(1 money Mzoro democrat,are'candidates for
be from Mexico. : One of these to the effect ) ) know of no milder name for such conduct than and Col. JOHN ,
,): ninp corporals Co ir comets and eighty soldiers. carry it on. I is cleai r thin, that so far as the war < relapse if discharged, before confirmed in his reformation
4 ,,4 that commissioners had actually been appoint. faclion-rank and de!perate tact ion. -militaiy discipline highly favors reforma the Senate from this County. Jackson is entitled to
There arc various other decrees in the is concerned Gen. Tujli r i it not .a good 1-
by Santa Anna lo meet Mr. Trisf. Our pa. \ tion. 2d. He has become pious. Thi makes him but one Senator. The tickets for the House are not
; e : which, if n.jt otherwise interesting, But it is useless logo on. G;<'n. T. i is no whig- he
pers better soldier and better man, and fortunately -
'v; correspondent at|! Vera Cruz, writing on the Duval (County Nomlitat Ions. once a : yet complete.
prove how :!absolute is the authority of Santa never has been identified with the whig parly-he: we are not without many pious officers and

.i.;.J. 7th instant, attaches'. importance: to this rumor. i. Anna. Under the powers conferred upon him never cast a whigfle" And we may reinaik in We lea n from the Jacksonville.Yetro of the 20th men in our ranks ; but 3d. It is 11e.d that he has Qcj-The number ol death in the city of New York

,. ', We may recur tolt-! I, to resist Ihe invasion he is in fact, though not conclusion, that this l letter will very likely secure (list the veteran Col. JOHN BROWARD has been re- imbibed conscientious scruples against performing I for the week ending August 14,was 304 ; in Phils
I. On the 3d: inst.ia: mail arrived in Vera Cruz military duty. If the man be mad he can be discharged I
: nominated Ihe their Senatorial
of Duval
t in Dicator.We him that retirement by Dl'rlCats I for the ISO in Baltimore 110
c' name, a suptcme for at the tl< se of the war which a certificate lo that effect-but delphia same period ;
I Bolctiu! de I on a asurgeon's
frcm Noticiaswas
: ; Jalapa. TJie a. have received by this arrival a copy of be says lie so ardently covets and desires, and from etandard-bearer in (becoming election. His if he has only turned coward, we have ample means and in Charleston for the week ending the 16th inst.

'f i received by I a 1 late as the 30:b of July. the Tampico Seminal), of the 6lh instant.- which great (exertions have been made to keep him. selection was made unanimously by the Convention of punishing him i he should, when ordered, refuse the deaths were 5.

-1 ; ;1 I. This is a paper thoroughly Mexican, puhlshed That paper bums up the state of affairs in that From the "lihf before ui," we incline to the opinion -Ihe strongest t indication that the course of Col. D. to fgh.I

:: } in Jala pa. fro: it ivo learn more particu. city thus : that General Taylor not be the neit occupant heretofore meets with the hearty approbation of his rtur letters yen enclosed, and remain, my Army Letters.-Co\\. Hutft, deputy quarter.
t trulv,
dear sir with esteem, ours
; wil
i' lars of Gen. Picnic's march great )
''ti through that town We have not been attacked, we are no all of Ihe White H.u.{'. Democratic fellow-citizens, and we trust his nomination WINFIELD SCOTT. master at New Orleans, in a letter published

tt than had before tel received, The Bolctin prisoners nor is the yellow fever carryingdeath ---- will be ratified at the polls in October by a Hon. M. FILMORE. in the papers of that city, sajs-

: :it f elates that the the General escorted and destruction into the dwelling placesof Eter lon( I.Joa. handsome majority. The candidates for the lower Persons-writing to their friends io the army

:J n. pasted by without hailing, but he, with 300 our inhabitants ; but on the contrary, we .-Thompson and Li frier,democrat*, are elected house are Gen. CHARLES BYRNE and DARLIAGFRESCOTT What .thouht of him at Home* in Mexico should not put (heir letters under -

-.J:' drgons entered the city and addressed the are in the enjoyment ofa reasonable share of to Congress from this Stafe; by uiajoritit-s from Kxq, selections which are characterized Our readers will remember the redoubtable Col. corer to the quartermaster" New Orleans

tj1t1; ".:,: t, following note totbe;! corporation-(we give that precious boon, health ; there being no 2UO to SOO. Democratic Stite ticket elected through- by the.'i as-:' noble," and as reflecting credit on HasUell.of Tennessee Volunteers,whose decla. or address them to hU care. They

.. t the Sun1 translation J ) ? epidemic amongst us, and what few cases of out. Legislature democratic, which secures two U. Ihe Convention which placed them before the people. ration that if he was elected to Congress, his policy should be addressed to the particular indirid-

I .jt !: : JALA. FA, Juir 20,1847. sickness that really do exist, arc of a mild S Senator would b to blow oflhe I blood-hounds, and retreat uals for whom intended, slating in each case

": '-1 To the Corporation Jaaa : A brigade character, and readily give way to medical ftnnettee.-Neil S. Drown whig, is elected Governor The opposition in Daval have a candidates S. L. to the Rio Grande gained (or him such notoriety.He the regiment, and, if known, the company to

: ; ef the American about tOO) ) majority, and the Legislature run for Congress in I Ihe llth Districtand i.. we letters haf come
\.t- tinny, IOW encamped near treatment. As to our being attacked, we by BCRRITT, E. for the Senate, and Col. J. B. LANCASTER which ho belongs. Many
J Jalapa in waiit, of .. I therefore U. S. Senator will be elected in : are ashamed to acknowledge, elected. is some paid) **'
are we may be, but.the prospect looks dull whig. A whiz placeof EVELETH for the House. The two I to the post office hero (postage not

,. t1j (f. ask this errtio Jalapa t furnish, at a hop present \ril ing. Spencer Jarnigan. Congressional delegation the frt of these gentlemen are old stagers," and the consolation to know however, that his own party dressed simply to the quartermaster,or put wader

f t. i 'f ruDabe price this brigade is in nee The Sentiuel takes exceptions to strictures I same as in -:G democrat and :whig I Democracy in Duval must put forth their utmost to a considerable extent, disapproved of his course. cover to me. Both are wrong, and as *

I'un of. I take thp) necessary steps to protect of the press upon the expedition to Huejutla.We i Kentucky.-The democrats hue elected four strength in the election, or they may experience difficulty In three counties reported in the Nashville Whig, am about to be absent, those in the latter case

:1": 1d those who will furnish those provisions. If. have neither time nor room to discuss member of Congress, which is a gain of one. in defeating them. Haskell runs behind the whig candidate for Governor might follow me to a distant point, and wool*

'(I4 at 2 o'clock this ctenio. Precisely! the provis.ions the subject to-day. 4labama.-Chapman, democrat, is elected Governor no less Ihanyfoe hundred and twm-tl votes. not reach their de.stinatioa.foralong time.

I demanded ar no all the mem. by about 7,0 majority. Democratic majori. }'ranl County.-W. G. M. DAVIS, Esq., an- It reflects little credit on his District to return sucha

tfi-: J : hers of the corporation will b sent to Pert English Railtcayt.-An accident occurred ty on joint ballot in the Legislature 29. nouncej himself in the last Apalachicola Advertiser man. The New Orleans Delta says, .We bare The English Mint has 3 presses, wbi '

p prisoners. on the Shrew-bury and Chester railway. Eng Indian-There )j. some doubt about the political is a candidate for lh Senate from Franklin. JAI. not the slightest feeling in the contest, but this Colonel strike 60 blows per minute, and prod* c

'' F. PIERCE. land : an iron bridge of thrco span bro and character of the.i/ejwl turo in this State. J.u4 F. F RRIOR, Esq., is also announced in the same paper ,who abuses the war in which lie himself took 3900 coin per hour; Good steel dies suprtf fat

t.r1_ i W. K. VAJI Boxux, Brigade Q. MV precipitated the (train into the river fall year it was whig bf f majority. It will not fo(,,{tajlower house. Mr. F. was a member of an active part, belongs lo a class thai we would like 300,000 br.4B ,WJmpre sions. The ),

1 f : The reply of the corporation is given on the of 120 feeL, }.ou. persons ''were .killed, andI2or13w&pndL 2'now, at any rate T The whigs hr ec the 1 lajrfLj4iture from Franklin County. Both of very much. to lee put t down all over the Otr': was established !IThe 8th year oflhof P&jEdwarIflc

I Spanitb side of the Sun. The members arc mjrmber of CoRgres,', and perhaps two ,; .toteeh4mtfl are Whis. S mote it b. : -
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/farlAe and done battle shoulder shoulder with theit 1848, so much so, a t make desirable for or some other di. ue. feoald I would be Notlce.C By the President of the United

I Flit fiercest asiaDVy was it that Southern the interest of the country, that some other found in the midst of my brave boys, but I am OL. ALFRED A. FISHER if my authorized States*

Gede .-High waters and a total sus.4.1oQ men, orcDtrao honor, acted thus ? individual than myself, better qualified for the now getting old and good for nothing. agent during my absence from the State. I

of mail facilities for some weeks put, It was bcaus they 1 long nourished situation, should be selected ; and could he JOHN \LEV1NUS.. ;

;Jte kept us ift blissful ignorance as to what these petty jealousies and contracted such be elected, I would not only acquiesce in Alabama Elections.-The Montgomery Ad. August 23,1947. 6

. wufoing oft even 1 near U your OW ctJ.A dislikes to the opposite party that they could such an arrangement, but would rejoice that rertiser of the 14th gives rt'sultortbe recent IS HEREBY GIVEN that an'applica- ,j

mail has at last re us, and th not affiliate. There existed no attractive, no the republic had one citizen, and no doubt election in ihat State. It is very nearlyas NOTICE be made to the Legislature at its nut : ,

totwgbt me 0 o several floridians cohesive principle. To discard these jealous. there are thousands, mote deserving than I set down by us in our paper of this day session, for the passage of an act to incorporate a

find grounds taken against Ihe ob- ies, and cultivate .those higher qualities of the am, and better qualified to discharge the duties week. Bank to be called. The Bank if Middle; Florida. ,
del August 21. IS"'. S
Of the late Madison Meeting which wasSmplr patriot, is the object of the Madison Meeting.To of said office.If We publish to.day the result of our elections

the fusion o piea as far as may bepossible abandon no political principle honestly entertained I have been nnmed by others and considered complete. From Henry, Coffee and Dale we For Sale. 1

b e.on the par but to forget that we diffrr, and for. a candidate for tbe Presidency, it has have only reported majorities for Governor well-known and fertile tract of Land in Co 1N pursuance of the Act of Conltff'M,.nl itled "Ar 1| .
a the insolent assumptions but we be relied THE East Florida, known Charles J. Act to establish a town at St. Mark*, In .HwrH.** .
ot the in resisting give past of ncfs. This may be done. It been by no agency of mine in the matter suppose they may on as cor. County u :.
of the Wflraot Proriso. Having been a was (orcbl.arged in the meeting that tberewa and if the good people think my services important recto For Governor the majority tallied with Ferry, containing one hundred acres of land clearer approved K. POLK on President the 2d day of the of United March ISM. I. JAMES 4
and at this tine in it fine state (or cultivation with Stales of Americt'dn
member of that meeting, and approving itsacoa thing aOt which par. in that station,'nd elect me, I will our calcl1ation.Theo there were nine counties all the necessary building* for the comfort of the hereby dt'Clareand make known that a poblk' I

I feel a proper responsibility for any of ties need differ at the All exciting feel bound to serve them, and all the pledges to be heard from. We then estimated it at farmer, such as Dwelling House Kitchen. Mea sale will be held at the Land Office arTalahass!
err and when they are made apparent questions had been settled, and settled satis and explanations I can enter into and make, about 7000-it is 6,909. This will do very House, Store Room, with all other buildings for the in the Slate of Florida for the cTinpoval of the un'derracnlioned

dull honestly retract. Tbe ball is thus put factorily to the South. A gentleman of the as regards this or that policy, is, that I will well for Governor, andro\"f's tho wisdom and use of negro bouses. Also, good Stables and Cribs, I lots in said the town-1th ol St. Marks.com
tcencing on Monday vf October
and a good Flat all of which I will sell I low for dar next;
motion and is open for discussion: which heretofore ultra in his the best of judgement ('fUme conversion that selected Mr. lerry
in Whig party, opinions, do so honestly and faithfully} to my cash.: Person* wishing to purchase wilt do well 10 to wil :
may lead to more practicable ends. All will connected with the first and strongest Whig abilities, strictly in compliance with tbe con Chapman as the standard bearer oftbe Alabama call and examine for themselves. Lots numbered two, three, four, sir seven, right)

admit that this Proviso involves the dishonorand families of the State, made a speech whichwas stitution. Should I ever occupy the White Democracy. REBECCA CHARLES.Columbus. ten: eleven twelve, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen sigh-'
ultimate ruin of the South it be For Congress, Gaylehasa of5G2 Fa., Augu 21, 1541. 51m teen, nineteen twenty, twenty-two, twenty-thfcri
5lJoul not only patriotic but satisfactory, and I House, it must be by the spontaneous move majority ; twenly.rour.tWt'nl1l1is.hnnt, i .
carried out, and that the most ct"e; means conclusive. He said the time bad of the and of mine thatI our table of votes: in this district is official ;
ef thought arrived people, by no act so Lumber Lumber thirty,thirty-one,thirty-two,thHt"tJr,thirtI.6tf';
resistance should be early adopted.! What, to bury the hatchet ; danger was ahead ; could go into office untrammeled, and be with the exception of Washington anJ Wilcox! Ihirti_.thirty-eight,h1ir I.nin", forty, forty-two; .

then, should b the character and amplitude of our safety depended on the utmost harmony the chief magistrate of the nation and not ofa which we copy from tbe Metric! papers. It fTMlE undesigned notifies the public that his Saw forty-lhfee, fo y-four, forty-six, '(rt1. ibt. fiftrj

means Madison has suggested hers. and union amongst oursel\. Fo was a Whig party. may, therefore*, although it does not tally with JL and Grist Mill recently erected is now in good 11-eig firty-one,,IIi fifty-lwo.two., fuly-four ilf fifly-fivr. filly-six fit
toe of all parties at the Sub: an union relieved had been in favor of a protective tariff because But should they, the people, change their the majority reported by the papers{ in she 1st working condition, amii sawing 2000 feet daily.- utj-9'ven, iufy-ighf.) serentj-four.-,sizty-rur MseTentrsix ,ilisr1.ai lIh.fift'i,

of all distrust, strengthened and invigo. he deemed such a tariff necessary for revenue, views and opinions between this and the time district, be regarded as the true majority: for He is shortest ready to notice fill any with bills the!that best may material be ordered and on atlit RYeDty-eight. n-ven't-nin. eeigttyiut gh'Y 'A

rated by the closest possible ties of political and because he desired to sec !l.i50WI' coun. of holding the election, and cast their votes Ga) lc. In the 2J district, Hilliard, Whig aj reasonable terms as any where else in the State. eight.eo, eighty.eight. ninety, nine ,

relationship. This I conceive, can hardly be trymen protected and encouraged. Facts had for the Presidency for some one else, I will had no opposition.: The majority for Harris The distance from Tallahassee is only ten miles, in a nine.ty-one one, ninety-two Lucdred, one hundred. ninety-eight and niner,. .: .
Iwo, tee lion.
brought about, while we cherish so fondly lately changed those opinions. lie had seena not complain. With considerations of respect, Over all in the 3d district is 3460. For Inge, South-west Jirec'l on. drrd and three, one hundred and lour, one hundred

those elements of political discord, which hues reduced to a low rate of ad valorem I remain. Your ob't cr".t, in the 4th district, 1G9. For Cobb over Ac. Much There is in N daily attached to my, Saw and Mill a Grist Mill meal. and.ixone-, Isundrel sad!3 en,one hundred andeipbt. i
tarif operation grinds as
long estranged us, and by which our rela.! dutils yielding a larger revenue to Government Z. TAYLOR.Mr. kIln, Gi::?. For Houston, i,709. For Bow. as any. ft her mill in the country.. good one hundted and tenonehundrcd and eleven,one hun

tions, 5ia as well as 'political, have been I than the preceding and highly protective EDWARD ELOXY. don, over all, 401.In J. G. PADRICK. dred dred and and twelve fifteen,one one hundred hundred and and fourteen sixteen one hun
That these elements of discord baste and under the State S"natC'lhere is a Democratic August 14, 1547. 4 4t one hun.
one. The settled corivictionsofhis mind had P. S.-I write in great dred and eighteen one hundred and nineteen otrt
should be discarded, and have no Jonger a necessary been o\ercoml I by facts, and the manufacturerstill : constant interruption.Saw gain of three and loss of six. In the HOIISJ a i Tax-Collector's; -Second Notice. hundred and twenty, one hundred and Iw.nv.tv""j! .

existence annyigst us, I think I shall deriving a highly prosperous business ; andas Democratic gain of seven and loss of six.- one hundred and twenty-three, on. hundred ane' I

be able in due time to show to the satisfactionof to the which be bad some time and Grist Mill Burnt.-The Saw and The majority joint ballot will I lw TWTNTYXIXK twenty-four one hundred and tnenty-fix, tcgfthur ,
with all the
undersigned, Tax-Collector for Leon portions the
and of all Gri Mill of )Ir. John Hamlen! situated TilE county, following named hU. rut
the liberal t on \OTKS
unprejudiced parties. since cherished for his friends covered
I XIrli'r they by notifies all tax payers of said county that bv the donation ol' ten acre, made lo the .
The assumption that the South is already had all vanished, in view of the causes which the St. Marks river, about half mile above ---- he will attend at the following places, between the Tailaha.seeflailreadCounpanyiz! : Lots numoerforly -'** .

united, and true to herself this question, is, had that day l assembled! n*. The North had j i Newport, was destroyed by fire on Sunday The Yrlfa'C Fcrcr.-The reports w lilrb: we lidtrs of 0 arid 12. A. M. ot' each day. fur the purpose -.e enfifly-nine, sid: .eYen1 -r.e, seventy s

in my opinion, the thing to be tested rather failed to with l feeling. I morning last. Through the active exertions daily publish keep our readers apprised of timI .' of receiving their State and County Taxes due two seventy -three eighty-two ei hty-five. ac*
reciprocate us kindly
than assumed. When the issue is fairly any of some of the citizes of Newport, who repair. I prevalence! of the epidemic. We have littleto I for the present year, hl7 : r.inely-four. .
uponus bad embodied themselves
They against At Gem Monroe's Lake Jacksonon Monday,Sept. 1J 3. The offering of tbe ajovezuenticced lots will L 4
and the ponderous machine of party discipline UK. They bad declared open and undisguised{ I ed to the spot, most of the lumber at the mill ,I add 10 these reports. The mortality w hicb I Dyrd's Shor.on lamotna Lake,on Tuesday," 1))I. commenced on ihe day appointed,and proceed in 'L%*

is brought to bear, when parties an 1 war our t rights were seeking was saved. Loss estimated at about '3000. t has markeil ihe progress of the disease we lIOn. Manairigton on Wednesday, 15 same order in which they arc advertised withal! .

leaders, with all their various interests, dry upon the rare of ant and : The fire, Mr. Hamlen has no doubt, was the I Ii pstly beiievu! is to be attributed: more than iVu I 1'isgah Church on TuiKhy, ir onveuier.t di%;>atch,until lime sbele shall haTe. err : i:
to pcrity
party up ) source our pro i I I 'ua'ly! the tasain Beard Store on 1-ridxv 17Roach's .fitted! and Ihe sale thus cuxn-d. But the silo sliaJ '
and prejudice have been consulted lie could work of an inc ndiar)'. There has been no our epidemics, to a want of) .
not consent
p&ons greatness. longer. I X Roads,on Saturday\ I' 18 not be kept open longer than ttvo rocks, and ItO pri
cOred flattered,it will then become a mat. therefore, to impair our own energies to buildup I work! of any description, done at the mill, I proper Many have suffered from a' Benjamin HaleV,on Monday 2:) rate entry to any lot will be admitted,until after I Li I

ter of opinion as to what is true and what is un. theirs ; and, as to a National: Hank, cipericnce since Monday of last Meek. Ilr. Hamcn! was I the di e.i>*' who were friendless ; who sought.tI j ,. For Eraden School House on Tuesday 21 expiration ol the two vretVs. t I

true to the South. This may appear harsh, but bad demonsUated its The i at the mill between five and six o'clock on I no aid or could obtain none uniil! it \vastooilate. TaIfJla-.e(,onV t'dru'04lay,Thursday and Friday, Given under my Land at the Cify of Washington,
inulitt. Henceforth less the 2-il, :23d; and iMth September. this twenty-rim day of May, Anno Dcmini, out? '
it is unmixed with the intended offence when everything was we apprehend mortality >
Saturday evening,
slightest Icbu.I .
I country was prosperous one, ( A. FISHER, thousand eight hundred anti forly-seteil. .
to any, and ,'isele a a basis from which tot ges were easy and the sentiment of the country afe.In on this account, as private societies are now J t I Sheriff ansi! ex-offieif Tax-Collector. FIr the President t "

t I draw a subsequent In 18-6, Con. I was clearly against one. The bills of such view of the various improvements in contcmplation fully arousfd to the discharge of their beneto. I I Au'u,t It, 1347. 3 JAMES K. POLX S. :1
__ _
: lent duties! uiJ: the authorities CHARD) M. YOUNG 4'
passed a tariff law to in its at Newport, during the coming municipal bate
i gress stringent op. a Dank, chartered, would not the confidence [ .1
carry Fresh St. Louis and Bacon Cononi'vionrroffhc
1 cration, s protective to the North, and oppressive !I of the people, with the lessons before fall and winter, thc destruction of this mill taken.rfficdfious measures to extend relief to j jj for Sale.Tl'ST Flour. General lan Office # i iNOT1CP.

; to the South, a to have seriously endangered them which they have. These being the issues cannot t fail to prove a public injury. !j i the indigent" unJ needy. I t t "

the Union. I was denounced by the I II I, mainly upon which patties (bad formed, Since 1343, the Kail Road Company's !: In private practicet'C learn liar, although t received, !13 barrels per! STAR schr. Tallahassee FLOUR, on consign- In pursuance: tn lie! frovi rf>ns "f Ue Act f f Congre f'i'
South because MclJride's :theme are cases, they are almost! uniform -, aPi'rc'fM:2dhrch, 1S-13, f'r.tiIIC"ftn .Ac' f' .
I whole it recognized bteam mill has been burnt twice, many :
a unstiuina I he could sec no reason why such issues shouldnot : II) i do., warranted equal to any in the to establish
; the pofcrtion. Opprfs-i be withdrawn, and the people! unite: in car. mill once, and now Hainan's! -making four I Iy i.fa rnil'J: t)5f/pe. Of the deaths which occur Western country, i ister and Receiver a town of at the St.Land Mark OnV.-. Florida at Tallahassee" de Rej- 1(
because it denied and mills burnt within the distance in private practice, several to our knowledge I; Casks clear SIDE*, 1 do. SHOULDERS. ; ::.
nre, equality, : rjing out principle so auspiciously! l began ; and saw grist wil! be required, prior to the rhj ol !lrf'! ,to certaiif .
robbed of half the of of the last I are attributed! solely! to imprudence after ALSO-5 boxes very si|>erior Tobacco 7 do. meliurn the value of i
and us nearly products : I Ibr one can see none. It will be too late to of eight u.iles Newport, during j' gross and 5 casks common Brandy.; any ftnpruvemn's which moss have :1 4 .'
i our labor. One Stake, aud large parties in I bring about these harmonious feelings, if the four cars, three of which fires were, we Lave th! ? pitie.Mt l.a.l !been pronounced convalescent. common J. R. FORTUNE.Au.j'j.f been r.Jad on the lots {J.:1i iiznafed, in this prrclacia I

tie other States, raised the fiery fag of Nullification i Proviso issue is forced upon us at a time when no doubt, the acts of incendiaries-nor ha: I This fact cannot too strongly be borne in minu. 7, '1-17 3 of lion any, respectively lot upon which" and there tl c'p are. ch-j crh while all then to its I other of Middle Florida been It is pitiable: : to Lear of ucn cases a5't't" have iTnprovrnenl q
agreed as uncon. we are engaged in angry conflict about portions exempt j other than the owner thereof hal! In addition to ,c .
ititulionality, if not as to the mode and measure I shad.nvs, and our feelings greatly enraged at !I Ii from similar: outrages-and, so far as v. e has e i done, but it suggests at once the ea.y reined DR. II L LL'S. the jrn to be paid to the United Stateahe, and hereby .:

redress. Here then was found two parties j i each other. Our resolution resolved into i I been able to learn, little or no efforts were to prevent a relapse-unceasirg wa'chfulness! : j: is, required to pay to the owner r I lIe improve- ,. :

at the South, united, we supposed, in oppnsition j Southern I have he '! made in either case to ferret out the offender I and pru fence during convalescence. O. I locate the Tame Or IhcSi is baa ascer'ained ; and if = .
a I therefor shall made
Repubica. party. j payment not be the day 'I' .
to an unconstitutional act, and II II'1 We hope that, in this case, the guilty: bei Delta. \
oppressive taught to regard term UpublcU'as Ila, j may which the same was purchased, the Is: shall be again .5 J.f..p
one that contemplated as much a does the I lug very specific meaning, one under II i brought tojustice. One example may prei emit, -- --- --- ------ TROT, N. Y.Nov. 10, 1S40. offered at public sale on the next day of sale, and .,

Wilmot Proviso-the destruction of slavery I which: Souher freely rally. I in future, the repetition oftheso outra 's.- !j jj (;}- WE authorized and reiju sfed to announce Dr. Hull-Dear Sir-Enclosed I send you two do!. snch person shall not be capable Cil becoming# I
may I'
J amongst us. Yet what have: we witnessed II IIJ Let therefore every no Dan obstacles} be j Would it not be well 1 for the Governor, if he I WII.LI.\M C. LESTER a3 a candida'e Tax Aid *. tars !lor which you will please send me 'ght; boxes purchaser cf that or of any ether lot oCered ai lha "
unnecessary public sle : PiociJut, That i if Jot *
ssor a- Collector for Leon at the U-ction !! of Worm I made any sooCerrd ant
t since then ? Hatred and strife the offer reward for the County < jour Lozenges. application ro
anger thrown in the W: '. Tbo South will rally, if i j possesses power, a here bid ed on the last day d the public sale, shill l not .11.
Messrs. Gucdwm
& and
ascnts ,
t necessarily kindled in our midst, causing the I let alone: upon Free Trade principles.! Til i apprehension of the offca; .ler ?Gazette, August i jul Oco.tr i.c\t. ___ .____ 1 I' your they mlirmed: me they were out, but should Kinney leech be thus paid for, the same may be entered at private ," '. I

zealous standard bearer even of Nullificationto history of its operations the past year, forbids \' 21. _____ .. > We are authorized to announce FLF.TCJlLr.1[ a supply in a few day ; but having an opportunity to ,ae, upon pajins to time United States, the sum at ;
cast his emblems to the dust, and rear the I'I send dirrrtly I concluded not fo ruj the risk! I which it wa.4 bid off, and to ihe owner cf the im f'I1I
any other conclusion. This union must, there. I| as a candidate: for Tax Assessor and |
The nci/7er VUiters pmnvenectathe ascerfaineviIC
standard of where went | JfC.-Although we ol. this delay:one ot my family being now sick withWorms. previously tl.efe-
lately .
protection up fore, consummated, result in a strong Southern the autumnal the Ct-llt-ctcr fur Leon County, at the ensuing electionin of." ,
are vergingnear equinox I hae made ue of jour Lozenges: for the
the shout of" down with protection, or quenchthe I party against which Northern fanatacism weather for the week has been balmy and October ne-xf. hst two jcars.in all casestthcrel had reason tosus By the Art of Crngrcs *ff>r<- aid, the! mini'mcn "
altar fires of the South with the blood of ) past price cf each town lot i U fi ed ai dollars
--- :
and its attachments may beat in vain. peel Worm a- the cause cf sickness, and in all cases t,
with all her ctberialmildness"
party temperate as Spring, j-; We are authorized: to announced J..CKSON and of each out l lot. at twenty-five dollar
her sons. Press after press in the South, Let us hasten its glorious consummation.A with iti'"factory rl' tlIs. Ther ate many of soyneihbora per acre t .
that the HICIIAKD .. '
statesman after statesman, t fell into these lines -indeede think temper J. WiITEIliRST: as a candidate for Tax A-fes- who ha\e alpo usd them bj my rl'com.- I YOUNG. { -1
Member the Madison
of Meeting. ature of our fall season it even the moro delicious mendatiun.and I hate never heard of a casein which! CommU'ioiur of tftr Central Land ffitr t '
1 JAtA." LM *k4rUj : .n. ..tfif arw* A.0inar** "... ..- .. .0... and Collector for Leers County at the cns'iinj election June 5, 1&I7. -JtJ
: The distinguished U. S. Senator from Georgia : ot the two ; lor tile latter has not those in O to'r.: the) did no: zivecomplete satisfaction. I presum I3t Vi ... .

i J. M. Berrien, whose address before the Another letter from Gen. Taj lor. sudden transitions of weather which mark jour agents hate informed jou thit they are out cf The Savannah ,
Free convened at Phila I the advance and progress of tbe former ; anJ CCJ-: WE authorized to announce DANIEL them at present ; but if not, I think you would dwell Georgian. ; .t.
Tressoiation, to forward them a : for .
years done honor to the The following copy of a letter writen by is, consequently, not only more placid and Mv-t.VENY! E.-*']. as a candidate for re-tlection as their order. supply without waiting : ,

dlphia intelligence sme of the age, and constituted the Gen. Taylor, is from the Louisiana Floridian.It I temperate, but less capriciousSince I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County, at the You are at liberty lo make such use of this as you 1annoUGcin >the:..fact that-fthcr time ticSersijncd in the Edilcrur bar ". '*=

I crowning glory of his genius, soon after was was addressed to Dr. Deony. of Clinton. our last there have been several ar election in Oet.-.txr next. ,I I may defin proper. Department; of IUESAVA.VNAH GEORGIAN*" I. .?.'

; fond in the campaign of 1S10, stumping it CAMP NEAR. MONTEREY MEXICO -alsand departures-among them we recogi .1 { :>- WE authorized to announce WILLIAMC. With great respect, I remain C. "ours V. LINCOLN.truly, we take this occasion fo sa? to the parn.ca cf that! .' :.:
: of the Northern June 9th, 1817.Dear i nize with much pleasure a number} of the de- I paperand to the public! generally,that arrangements '
through some Stales plead. I CAMPKELL, Esq. as a candidate for Clerk of the N. D. He careful to en iuire (or Units Lozenges, have already been inade lor its fcatrriil improvement
for Sir-Your letter of the 15th ult. voted diciples; of Esculapius, who have there are other in the market for \\l-.o"e :
: g a protective tarif justifying its policy, j Circuit Court of Leon County at the ensuing October I.I.:1J good or in octward appearance, and that no pains will be :U. !
: and staudingunder of a banner whichwas from Clinton, Louisiana, has just reached me. !; rarily left their lotion and poliom" for the 'j jI I -Iect riG ,, -, qualities we cannot become responsible. spared to cevate! and sustain its character a* a commercial i

spitting fire at the South. Here we have in which you are pleased to say the signs of I purpose of cnjoj ing the luxury of our Baths and I jut((3Fr; receive rsli I supply in Tallahassee of th. above and for valuable sale bv medicine, I paper and to fill its c
I instance as to what is true and what is untrue i the times in relation to tbe next Presidency j Springs. A high compliment this. But then I C'JWC are autuon/-ed to announce NICHOLAS LEWIS &/A\IF$. I that and lo render profitable the Savannah matter. We Georgian feel cicst"sucfj jensiblr ;.; J.,,.

to the South-it had resolved itself merely and the prominent position of your name in i I the goddess Hjgia piesides over us, and we ![ N. RRANf'il aq a candidate for Tax Assessor and August 21, 1-547. 5 2t the growing interests and population of cur a paperas Stale '

into a matter opinion. A few lear before, connection with it, is a sufficient excuse fur ,[ know nothing of disease, but when it is found J, Collector for Leon county, at the October election. :and City reqcire, a Jietrtittf of blot mutt Le tfpenJed .

he and his friends deemed themselves true to this letter.' 'I'Isat it is a hjppy feature in I in thc numerous oases sC'ekiulfrom distance I r'"jr; Medical Notice. vfon it; s-lch we are ctcrmr.rd! tt lurn:ih. "j .
Government the sanative qualities of water and : are authorized to announce JAMES: W. We shall strive to make! its coltfrcns pleasing to al! I
tie Constitution and the South by cr'in'aloudand our that official functionaries un- our alii
j SHERWOOD; : as a candidate for Tax Assessor :and DR. R. W. FISHER readers,and while cur humble support shall be given (
der it. from the lowest the j these, we believe, hate been either effectually
offering to resist the exactions of a to highest station, j to the which
protective I great principles the Democratic
Collector for Leon county, at ths October! flection.WE his services upon
tariff now they subserve the same I are not beyond the reach and partial super'j cured or greatly I alleviated. We are also I ----- OFFERS at hickory professional Hill, the residence to the cf public.George party has planted itself, and believing these princi ; 4
holy cause by sustaining a protective tariff.- vision of tbe humblest citizen, and pleased to observe among the visitors the Rev. J- authorized to announce JAMES WILLIS II. Fisher. pies to be tssfutial to the perpetuity of onr nations!

What induce this change! New light ?- I a right in every freeman to possess hiiiuelf : Mr. Scott, of the Episcopal Church, LfO'-'I, as a candiJite for tbe office of County Commissioner -I July Ii, 15-17. .V:2 fare freedom, we and shall the studicu advancement ly avoid of all i.Orbaticral rude rcllisicni wd- -: :
: Certainly no: The masterly genius of Cal. of the political principles and opinions of"and his lady ; the Rev. Mr. Blake, of the I at the election in October next. I with view and opinions antagonistic to '
cur owo.
t 0\
i noun, McDufe Poindexter, Lewis and many i those into whose hands the administration of I J Methodist Episcopal: Church, Tallahassee ; I -< --- \VOODRtTPS DYSEXTEBI CORDIAL..VO To render our paper Ibe firm but dispassionate ex II ;
-: authorized .
i'w to \ w.SAL'NDERS
: are announce d
t others Jef no unexplored, no argument I the Government may be placed,' &c., to all and the Rev. Mr. Havens, of the )Baptist! ( ; I HUMBUG ponelit of democratic r-riaciplc.! the calm yet TJHfiinchlng ,
candidate (for the
a* a cf Tax As-
I nor could Senator JJerrien even I of which I fully coincide with in opinion. Church, Monticello.Last I BCTOSfE OF THE BEST REMEDIES E\ER CI&COVERE advocate \ untced you sie sor and Collector: at the election in October next. hide cf amusing and intrnttive thought alf
Sabbath the Rev. Wesley Adams of I FOR BOWEL DER.txGEMEuTs.D upon :
masterly free trade arguments, Asking my views on several subjects, First. 'I proper subjects whether of fierce literature cf
,it which he was daily met and refuted.- As to the justice and necessity of this war the Methodist Episcopal Church, delivered a yy: WI are authorized to announce THOMAS WOODRUFF'S DYSENTtRY CORDIAL general iniormation ; in a word, 'Jo make it a wtl- ?f
Cholera Morbu.
it was the force of party screws that drew I with Mexico, on our part. Second. As to most excellent discourse to a serious and at. KARNARD as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor ,I Cholera Infantutu, and Dysentery Summer Complaiutsof Chi!., come visitor at once to the merchant an] tbe me*
: Him into tentive congregation. This venerable minis. Collector the ahanic,the student and the farmer,shaif be our con* -
position ; it was the hatred engen. the necessity of a national bank, and the pow. and at election in October next. drcn. I *
I stant endeavor and if, in addition 16 Ibis, shal:
dr by a fierce party conflict that drove him I er of Congress for creating such an institu of the Gospel, who preaches in this place ev. -<$j-- -WE--arc-- authorized---to announce--HUGH- -- --ARCHER j Prom 11. HI: intliard, late U. S. Minuter to Belgiuin. be enable by extending; onr circulation! t through we the -

; Cr his true position. The Whigs carrie I tion. Third. _As to the effect of a high protective cry alternate Sunday, has passed his" three : as a candidate for Tax Assessor and Collector I Dr. Dear. Sir A few interior, to strengthen the ties which bind our beloved -, 'r
ter thing them in 1840. tariff, and the right of Congress under score years and ten," and is yet as zealous n-vodnaff-"MJ the Cordial which:- day State and City together, and toMeurethat
at the ensuing election in October next. since I received you were good
} ice Prsident and an overwhelming majority I the Constitution, to create such a systemof and active in the discharge of his ministerial --- - .- .-. enough to send me- Having used the article, I donut oneness prosperity of sympathy of bltbTC and sLall 1t'lir..o finj our essential labor to the p

in Cngress ; an extra session was called revenue." duties!, as many a young divine who has not {r.r: WC are authorized lo announce JAMES L. I hesitate lo pronounce it a most valuable medi.cuss. repaid. amply r

May, 184 headed by such master spirits as AsTegards the first interrogatory, my duties reached his second Iu tre.-Airtrport Gazette, hART as a candidate! for Tax Assessor and Collector Indeed, lor such affection of the bowels as. To enable us to continue our present connection I
suffer with in the South I know ,
Clay, Crittendcn, &c. A lrotec.tite and the position I occupy, I do not consider Aug. 24. for.Leon Coi'nty.at the election in October next. '? \\e sometimes at ail equal to it. nothing however, and to do all that. vie would wish todoi i icj

adopted one of the cardinalsof it be in me to give From --- ----- I VH< friend, Col. Seaborn Jone, would have part of the way of improving The Georgian" we must P
trfa a wo:1 proper any Jl'tirport Gazrtt", .1121.I. fff: WE are authorized and requested) to anntsmnee look for an increased support from the suclf
Here was a pill to be swal. opinion regird to the same ; 3: citizen, COL. DANIEL M. STEWART. JOHN DAFFIN as a candidate for Tax Assessor : it ; the remainder I have laid aside for use when 1 we now solicit and confidently expect. public;
lowed and the party at the South had cither and particularly a a soldier, i is sufficient The Savannah Georgian publishes an ex. and Collector, at the election in Oi't >ber next. ; may. need it. Respectfully HENRY I W. HILLIARD. 1 WAI. II. BULLOCII. i-

te it or desert an overwhelming party, for me to know that our country is at war tract ofa letter received Iy a relative of that I HENRY R. JACKSON. .

flushed ,'itl victory, and before the loaves and with a foreign nation, to do all in my powerto city, from Col. DAMKL M. STKW\BT, the f.i- l: THE friends cf WILLIAM II. ANDREWSresjHCtfuIly From Benjamin Gardner, Editor of the Southern TERMS- *

fishes were distributed. In this event they bring i to : speedy and honorable termination timer off.ur patrotic sons who utlunteered in anaouncc' hint aa suitable candidate Shield Kufaula, Ala. THE .5
oust fur Ihe office < 1 Sheriff of Jefferson County, FU-, at LIFE SAVED BY THE DAILY GEORGIA* i* published in SavacnaL; J.at J.
seek an re.union with those who had be. by the most ,vigorous and energetic Capt. Livingston's company. We desired, nays ANOTHER CORDIAL, Ten Dollar per ann..m. payable semi-annuallvj .
odious and hateful in the late without about the the election in October next, believing that no one After Physician' skill had failed to '.tfit. in advance '
COle conflict, operations, inquiring justice, Georgian, to publish it, to show to all I rlu ; or Six Dollars for six months
*nd who were apparently broken down and lor anything else connected with i. believing citizens of these States that amor pulr'ur was is more deserting the o(Ike Iran he, or more woithy Dr. Jf"'ooJrufftar Sir:-I take great pleasurein THE TRI-WEEKLY GKOBCIAN, for the country,b" :

dispened. The alternative was no doubt as I do, it is our wisest policy to be at not confined to any portion of the Union.! the sti'I.-aire of the voters of Jtlftraon.MJV testiljing' to the efficacy of your Dysentery Cordial published to meet the arrangement of the mail;

painful, but the pill must be swallowed, and peacevih all the world, as long as it can The eldest of the young men spoken of i is afoul i:, ltF7. MANY VOTERS:! Gardner from was testing list its summer virtues mot my own violently! ..amil)attacked. Mr. day.three) times at the a office week.of(Tuesday the Daily Thursday Georgian and, and Satur con, .

Accordingly, with many grimaces s and physical due, endangering the honor and I twenty.two years of age ; the next two with that disease,and alter all emincht meditel skit! lain ill the intelligence. Ccmmercial. I'olitical! acd

cltorion tbo thing was-done, under the di. interests of the country. As regards the second are twins, about twenty years of ape, amid time To Sugar :Makers. had been baffled in its efforts lo remove tbe diseaseor Miscellaneous, including new .fJ't rtii >men:. pub: i.
COOLERS, DIPPERS: SKIMMERS, and atlord relief, and apprehensions to be 'lelt lisricd in the IViIy
began by; Paper.
and and
rdion Dn Clay, &c a few high third inquiries, I am not preparedto youngest is about seventeen. They are grand.tons SUGAR
: S'mpr C Kltr l"r n-oling siijtar ran myself that site would not survive much longer, Under This paper is sent hI all parts r-f tisStafeacJ
cabinet and other appointments made to takeaway answer them ; I could only ln so after in. of one of the game cocks of the Revolution !lie !li.it at I lie Tin Mauuttory! They are li-.ed to Ihe intense agony in which she wn laboring, Union, rr delivered in the city, at Five l.Uar'rci r-

the bitter taste. This is the history of vesigating' those subjects, which I cannot now i -Gen. Daniel otewart, of Liberty 'Hun.t pr.cut lU humill;. A No, Dippers.; t>klmt1'.u. and I I had recourse to jtur invaluable Cordial and before anr.um..or at Three Dollars tom six tuctMs: .

Party influence in this instance, and is ole of( do ; my whole lime being fully occupied in I t ty, who, when a mere boy, was one of :Mari- Irainei4.. The Drainers are made dirilrenl from she had taken one bottle of it, relief was obtained; TilE WEFKLY GUCBOIAN i i. publuhej every Friday .

the unavoidable extremes into which conlined attending to my ofiicial duties, which on's legion, was subsequently taken prisoner : those>[ last ason. Those on hand are so made I and after taking two was entirely cured. I feel sure afternoon Three Dollar per armcm-all! pay '
excitement proper that they can be drawn after Ihe sugar i i" settled. that I am indebted to it fur her life. You can use able in advance.
party likely ever to hurry us. must not be neglected under any circumstances : by the liritigh wounded an'l confined in a .. I r.
We sliail al ', have (he Clipper[ Dippers ready for I his as jou may lI ee proper.Eufaula.July Savannah, Ga.. August, 16-17.
Look again at the question Annexation, ; and I must say to lOU in substance what prison ship. When the fire of liberty is tint the sugar scaoti, and beg our customeis to call and I. isit;. BEXJ. GARDNER. ----------- S

pUiniy! a Southern question of overwhelming! 1 have said! to others in regard to similar matters transmitted from sire to sun, who can despair examine them. New Style of Shower Baths

amplitude. Who could have .thought that af. that I am no 0litiCiari. Near forty of tbe Republic! AngtKt -.'.. ,IS 17. Ij; Warms Worms! Warms !!! CAN be had tt mba Tin Manufactory, which ar b

ter the whole anti-slarery power of the Unionad years of my life have been passed in the public My four eldest sons, IaniclVillitm! George: Bagging and-Rope.PHX'F.S ---. DR. WOODRUFF'S WORM SPECIFIC is a safe have t? insure enieit health, and daring such as hut every weafh por-n.n. ought t9 ?
embodied itself the ellicieut remedy for Worms. Try it. A< r
agaiust measure, service the of which in tbe
lJ. in
army, most and Charles, have all volunteered! and bate : ; Jur.e 12. 1S43. 47
; 1
it would the : Kenturki lagging'iiU-oils: of Co'e. good as Ihe best and as cheap as I lie cheapest. .
t strengthen savehoding field, the camp, on our western frontier, or started! for Mexico, to fi:ht under tIme banner 7 0 1IJr "tic ,,n ri a-H/njble lerinby I I CERTIFICATES. .
States, and the tenure by which they held, and I in the Indian country ; and for nearly the two of Gen. Ta\Ior, during the war, should! it last HIHCHCrr: & LINDlLN'EEKGEi: : : I',. Ictitify that I gave Dr. Woodruff's Specific to a 300 Pieces* Calico.

*fler the direct effort England and France i last, in this or Tea during which .time I ten years longer. Tblre1"iIl not be four more Att.'u't :S, 1 1SJ7. 0_; __. .1 I child of mine, and in a short 1 time it brought away 200woims. S PIlING fcceif and and Summer for Prints, choice i'attrns.Jud f
t interfere that Southern bare .
against UK, men not passed one night under the roof of
a Gen.
efficient in than
: MKMI Taylor's
"wld have army my Boots and Shoes. Miwcogee County, Georgia, 1&4C. fc 11/GKELNBERC 4. CO.
been found flghting against us- house. four gallant eon!. They are all healthy *o- April 3, Hi-tI. 37
ENTS rail I'vot.Gent's fine
ittBuch is and was the/I fact ; it became ne. As regards being a candidate for the Presidency her, intelligent, handsome, aspiring, powerful, do. pat.euper leather Shoe*, Gent's calf j pat.Brogans and. I do certify: that I administered to a member of{ my DR. -

Saul:, &preserve the roily of a party. Mr. at the coming election, I have no as patriotic large, young men, and they are de. Gaiter;*. Men's kip Lroi ins-receited from New Or- family Dr. Woodruff Worm Specific,and it brought J. 8. BOND
Cl the Presidential candidate, though aaTholer pirations in that way, and regret the subjecthas termined to distinguish themselves individually lean b> lime Sehr. TalUhassec and for sale very low away 50 worm; and irt'atiother case, it cured one of FFERS his professional service to the citizens
women cf Tetiia,or Tape Worm. V/ of Tallahassee and the
B1RCHETT & L1NDF.NI5ERGKR. my negro s drrvandiDgconntrr.
and once the man who attempted been agitated at this early day and that or die. Daniel and Dilly are commission by 117. 6 WlutenillE',Ga. Is46. JOHN J. LITTLE. I Office at Col. Fisher Hotel.
Auzust 1?.
pr Tela had (0 go for or against it has not been deferred unlilhe close of this ed officers, and will have the best chance, (if May 29. 1817. 45 tf

t.l&e lt ion thea dtoing. It became war, or until the end of next session of their lives are spared) promotion. Georgepoor Polka SUppers.LADIES' I certify that I give Woodruff'i Specific (fa a Notice.
boy hn was in bad health. It brought -
sb of nie be lot the Congress, especially, if 1 am t be mixed up fellow, is only third corporal, and must fine Polka Slippers, Ladies Kid Tie. immediately negro 56 Worms. The boy soon recovered away HE

el j &.alre'Toe,< perhaps, if be went with it. &i is possible it may lead to the in. fight himselfinto notice. Charley, tbe youngeit I '* Morocco and Kid Shoes. received his health. THOMAS BOYD. T Edward undersigned Singleterrydeceasedlaleol, Executfix of the Harniltoir estate of

Party I JL aU* relying upon that stringency of jury of tbe public service in this quarter, by man of the four, is a private. My sons 'kern[ New Orleans B1RCHETT and for&sale L1NDENBERGER.by Cow eta County, Ga, January, 1S47. County, notifies all pefsonfc holding claims again

& which bad previously, in more in. my opmtions being embarrassed, as well a will slick .together through thick and thin, and 29, Ibt7. C nd estate to present th n,duly aothemiicaled.wiihnthetimrpietcribed -"
&*Ct* tji August $:> For sale by Lewis& Ames, Sole Agents, Tallahassee
a one drew the South into much excitement in tbo Iff thehawasd tit!
all sink swim
party produce country or together. Charley is able lo person
also R.
t ; by lollowing persons: Manning indebted to said
t!e.coerted the North, went against growing out of the discussion of the merits, fight himself into notice ; he is six feet three French Ginghams,Fancy Prints&c. Leon CoOns;; James B. Beard;P. Is!., Micco- without delay. estate ANN are ELIZA required DENSMORT.to make payment

k het (interest, and though many &c., of the different aspirants for ihat high inches high, and will bo the strongest man amongst ASMALf/assortment of French GiajhamsFancy suckle! ; Leon County ; S. F. Burner Miccosookie; July 17. l47.) 33 g'ra Executrix. I

refused to foflw.d fi&ht in office which might hive been much allayed a thousand. I glory in their spiritand ; h&nl', Cottonades, Irish Samuel Pcies ton,Drnggist.Monticello; James Hine,
r with nAl whose LiPeD-Fiw Blnched Sbirling, LowellOwiaburgsio Quincy; Jossurs DaTi .of Gadsden County ; D. Baker Superior Claret for Sale.r .
great object was (be Jf not prevented had the subject been patriotism. Our country right or wog,' .I. r>wi fod in New Orleans, and c.fI red on low P. M., CbaUafcoocl.1, and Wm. Powers, Merchant BOXES of Claret for Sale.
S, o and a crpplinlick lIthe l .deferr&ts suggested ; besides very many is their motto, aud when wrong theyurUj :tennrl1.** RCHETT! & I.lNDENBEflGER.J ,' :, Mariannai ; v Apply to ..
J m wUeeW gTlcefujVI | I&oUnes, chasc jnay) take lace between now and stick k. her the closer. All, we fear i itJBittrtM is 1Ilt A Q ;; I n. Ii .VwywH H, 1547. :,4_ I July 10, IS47 51 J. R. FORTUNE;

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' '&:' ----I-SHERWOOD'S= -__ 1-T--: : New Store and New Goods UNITED_STATES MAIL tMENnMENTS TO THC Chewing Tobacco. State of Florid*.

1 ,
) : : CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,, SUPERIOR article, in half pound lumps, foi JcrcatOK: CIRCUIT CocmT iu C
Ltf GOLD PILLS AND In the lar e brick e-Jifice, on the corner f Montot A BIRCHETT LINDENBERGER.
i REMEDIES sale by William fenil
$ ; MAGNETIC and MeCat thy /rw/', eppotile K Lai Hard'sDntff PROPOSED AWD AGREED TO BT THEHECOJJDGEJSCMAt. 50 Bailey, Un'r. is n*,, ( j,

: MAGNETISED PLASTER. Store,and near the Court and.\tir ASSE1IBT ; SVBJtCT TO THC ACTION. July 3, ISI7. lamy, deceased, Cov.plo.igj'a.
.WrtrUtt house, tcill be fcvnd, Notice.riHE >
For Chronic Disrasn of the Organs and Limbs. RansomJ. Robert!,t1 eL, Defendants

'* /1HRONIC DISEASES of the A GENERAL A"ORTMr-fT CF Act so to amend the Constitution of this State / firm of H. R- Seward & Co."and" Kirkscj TT appearing to the Mtitfaction(tb Coort*

1 Goods JL &. Scward" It this day dissolved by mutual consent fidant made in this
tc. Yy claw Hypertrophy ia- Fancy, MIU ami Staple Wry l-EOM Cf.tL'TflOCittC TO FORT c.AIcF.5, GA.ON as to extend to all free while male inhabitants,, catetLat flaa. j.

riL; I' variably be distinguished by the Btnnct, Hats, Boots and Sho>->. Hardware. of line being citizen* of the United States, trho shall James Kirksry is authorized to settle all business Elijah Roberts a ad David Emanuel, i
rV.: pain which is produced by a'nl Sooe Ware and after the fir.-t day July next, this connected with the same. aide out of the State of Florida, and
: : pres- Wood. Willow, Crockery TWO hire resided within this State one year, the elee- mi
sure on the ganglions of the spi- Glass Ware, Groceries. ic., ill be run re nlarlv m IIUR'ESlAGF.s.The IireJia smelt i.e. James Eirk'ey will continue the business at (lie Williams, Administratrix of William H.

I a nal nerves, in the intervertebral undersigned, ha imit the contract to carry the old stand of Kirksey &. Seward, where he will be deceased, resided in the Eastern Circuit of

k. '1 4 spaces along each side of the KEADV M.tDI CLOT11IG. mail on this route, intent! to ;tve'every facility tctravellei SECTION 1. He it enacted ly the Senate ami! pleased to receive a continuance of the favors of hu It u Ordered, That said Rancor. .. no

k4 4 spine.to matter what name may c.szsriNG 0V TilKLidie a'oLi.oW1u: who may wish! to take this route, bv ColuuiVai.Ga Rcjirescnlatire* of the State of Florida old friendsand those of Mr. M. R. Seward. Robert and David Emanuel do appear witbj1

? .1havehecngiveratotheina1ayby Uanere avl Mislins, in dres patterns, North in General Jlttcrnbly convened, That the first JAMES KIRKSEY, months, and said France Williams,Ado's.
and Painted MiHlin, Good sIates, the best of team, and obliging driver clause of the sixth article of the Constitution( IM sc HANSEL R. SEWARD. said within *, ,
: A physiciansnosologists, or other Tarlton. Or. an.lt-e two months, from the date of
in a word. ecry pain* will be taken !" cue amended as fallows,viz; Kvery free white male person TallalMosee June 23 IS 17. 50 ,*-
c'j. lication
r ... medical writers. The pain thu' Dooi k, Mull, Svi54 and! Jacor.et ; of this order, and hew cause wfcv tai/u.
'p, y __. produced will be more or less Plain, Ii int'l l a-iJ strioc Cimbrie, ati isfact ion,(antI t j><.ciilly des ing the teuton tfhieictiltr \ \ ot t ho age of twenty-one years and upwards,and should not be revived, and answer the onrin S;
ckse'lhu who shall be at the time of to vote citiZen -
North. ottering
route a
t : setereaceordingtotheintenityn White irsd! Mack Tari'on Muslin, ,) to thiwe who nav WS. fded in this cause, otherwise a decree
of the United States and who shall have resided reTuS
its active or Black Crape, black I5ari. < The staje will leave Cha'tahoochie every Tuesday Law same will paw,and the bill S
: of the disease, or g Attorney at original be taken
his habitation dcmicil lu-tnc and rlacf ol
arid at 0 A. M a'rive at Fort Gainrs next and had ,
Lace and Lose Veils Fiiday. ,
,:b passive state at the tine. Prcsi Green I'liiero, Black : fcssed. Jlnd it further Ordered, fiats
_i the ganglions next above Ginghatrt. fancy and solid col"ur days liv l2, M. Leave Pit Gaints every Wedncsd 1errnantrtt abode in Florida.'for one year next preceding Montirello, Jefferson fonnty, Florida, this order be published in some new .cnr.
ZR1 == sure on pn ;
eabroidfiedSha vertebra indicated in the annexed Banege .1 1 M i>lin i attend the Courts the the Middle Circuit of Florida once
i the first cervical WILL a week
; due t'-xt 'i\v bv P. M. and who shall, at such time and for six months immediately f g ,
>, and the
of Columbia the
.1 3 No. 1 determines tubercular disease Cf Do. a.(. ilk Scarfs.Farcy County of of months- (Signed)
on-n-avinzby Ears on the sill; nuikercliiof IVrs.'mIran !Hu Lfi 'iii t':,'lumbti Ga., ri and Brain Throat, Eyes or ; LiLTzrir
the Head iirucil home and! of
place abode
Gilae*. iUAeley.rUittahoochic, ( 'iir1cv t.> Tallahassev permanent Monticello 22 1S4C. 5
:- that of the Muscles Joints cr Limbs : Linen t'i.V'r.c, August July 3, I47. GOJefferson
*pace No. 2,No. 3. that of the Lungs; on the space DJ. d.i. HJkf., plain, hen. iitete-.l and ,will uml tinl l tlit! n .4 rxpcd.ti< rout.T. .-. in the county in which lu- maY ofTerto vote, shall 1 b
E: the
on space WILSON deemed a qualified voter at all elections under this
D. 1'ieprk.tor.Qaiiiry Law IVoficc.UROCKENDROUGII .
No.1 that I'lroidertd..
Stomach the County
No. 4 that ot the ; on space
* I titutit and ether., in elections
. .-.r of the Liver, and at the letter A,that ol the Spleen ; Black ai.i! t '.cv culnurcel Kid Gloves, June2' i-7.! 4'i;i general tick"n ia the Slate or District except prescribed by bylaw TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.S .
the Small Intestines Silk in/t-il aol velvet Work IV-eVet, & MAXWELL.
that on ,
the No. 6, ; )Y virtue of
on space which, the elector authority vested in
in eases, mint have been
silk Mitt LINE a me by |law
4 white and fancY coloured U. 8. IvIAIL I
the space No. 7, that of the Kidneys: on space JJ expose fer sale,before 'ball
r resident of the State ore 'r next preceding the the Court
: No. 8 t, that of the Uterus; and on the space No. \f, Whit and black twM silk Gloves -' .. ,le.e r. electionand six month within ye. the election district \\TM. H. nROCKENP.ROUGH will return to FloT Monticello. Jeflerse-n County flowedr'ia
4 4- on be
that of tbcTetcs, &c. Lisle EJ. inr. Muslin F ljrii>!rand Inserting, V rids in time to attend all the Courts of tin First
in which he ofiois t to rote Prvrided, That soldir. .3lond.ay in
It it no cutter whether tenderness be found in one Blsck silk Lac, t to S in. nidi*. no Middle Circuit,and of Jackson and Franklin Conn Octo. y

!1 or roe-re places,or whether one or more of the organs Thread and Bobbin E'lgins and Lsce, so-xr.ian c.r marine in the regular Army or Navy ties in West Florida. B. ii M. will also attend the: the following the PmPerty. or io much tbereo,
United Stateunites he
the State and
or limbs diseased, a? the curative ccss.underthe Parasol, Paraillettes'an-1 Sun- hddet of were a qualified] elector Supreme and Federal Court. Their time will be( pay County Tix., dtie thereon as j
of this State previ 'is f<> enlistment such 1516, viz
.. ._&1 .. use of these remedies, proceeds in one and all of theI China, straw and fincj Muslin lr! >nnd soldier seaman or marine in the as Jevottd exclusively lo the legal profession, and year

diseased organs and limb at the same timeS To determine Misses '*hniaid do. tit). do., From Tallahassee to Macon.7roua'a Regular Army or claims against the United States, for the atttntivi "
.. Navy of tIe United States, rr rf the revenue service, NENE4,
: the necessity of these remedies, it is only Bonnet Flowers and RibborLutestrinz prosecution of which arrangements have been math
i>i fartif-'iro hUTS fnnn Ttif/a'mnce to hall be con id. red a resiil-nt of the S'atc in consequence .
in artj!
to detect the tenderness of the ganglia, Rib >on in Washington. ,
necessary .ilart's, izmil I. ( ot. !. '5 ii i' '/ it of lnir s stationed within the name. NW4SEj, '
of the coloured velvet Neck lJbbons 29-T.1R.3N&p40
of the intervertebral spaces on either side Fancy March 13, 1S47. 31
any huh Passed Senate, December I l'I1.!* "
1/1 tint lo t-tli t'f Boats vn 2S.T.lL3N&
These remedies invariably cure every case Black and white silk HSP ,
v spine. dicase and White bro.v blue and slat" cold dill, .tt'rt'i limIt caM dry. I D. I H. MAYS, President Senate. NWNF.4' .
in the irbt stages of the a great imjorityof a, Blacksmithing, Horse-shoeing-.
,:tT.. will l 1 .- Tlllaa.4ec] on M.m.l>\*, AHCHFR, Secretarv Sena'e. All in 1
: > i Township
dn. Range 3, &
w' aid
$ those in the la t, including tuVrcula consumption Misses ite brown <> TIin ,lyj j
: el.iys, aiJ: h rid 'a, at 4 o'clock. A. M, Passed ll<>u r, December lt>, Jf ferson County.
I is frequently Feather aml! Fans,
consumption painted
and white swellings. Incipient paper rriHE undersigned has made arraneernents to
: before the Pink white carKt, straw, and blue Flcjcnce, ar J arrive u Macon, (sic Q.iircy, Hiir.'n idze, Newton ROIJERTIJROUN) Speaker Ho. Reps. carryon SMITH SIhfKfy
- .4I5 detected by these symptoms, even JL the ULACKSMITH'S BUSINESS in all its ,
Albany, .\tic>ricu-<. ainl Perry,) fir lrsii; Linen Linen Shofcting, ay tShffn CX officio Tax. Col.
,: eouzh"commence*. There is no other remedy L' ng Lawn branch He has paid particular attention tollore- J1 Cu.
A and l .it III> M "in June
Thurtdj., S.itui y*, o'clock. P. 2-5. 1M7.S. .
The Linen f.l.! d! unas'', 4i
r the diseaseis well known to every physician. shoeing, and feels confident that he can give satisfaction -
. 1 remedies are perfectly sale for persons of all ares and Linen N ip.n.! Uird's-eye Diaper, Linen D Tow.Jinc Mondays, Wedi.-Hl.'Vs, and I rid.yt, at t I o'clock, A
diet thut Russia U.. Crash ami Hockeiback lai.iahe his esivni,
conditions and nochanueof t iper, of the Gesau.il
ie14 re-juire cxcej .lssessitly in this respect. His shop is in the rear of the City
M. and arriv ina in Tsil.tlio-.eo oti .. ,, Has
t. TIV-M! Thin
I just Deceived
bNikPhcd Cot. Shot-Hag, fechr.
It'ttiiw1 f 12-1 br-.wn ami ; biennial instiad per Tahlahae
For to annunl.QEITIUN
: of a greater supply! of lood. r..t of Hotel, and adjoins the Livery Stable of Messrs. Miller fn+
white and hrown Holland, d.*ys, and Sjtunl., at It' o'rlwk I'.MTfeisl line
Caiti'iri, New
NAStY, Col'd : Velvet black Satin connect with I he Central Hail Road.Sivannih. AnLtista. I. Jit it enaettd by the Sennte an H.m.'iazinsilk! -
;pdL.1:: At the P .*t otc TllahasjceFa. Alpacka.Ires attI! Furniture Calicoes, MiU.MliriVilU and Western Rail !Ro.id ft Co- O Hunt s'f luprttrnl'ilieei nf the Slate of Viari'httn he respectfully solicits a share c f public patronage. now openlo,

'IS17. 41 Om t i>,,.r.l./ w roil etnetF,That the second HENRY B. F1TTS. LAID
Girghams 'Swiss
tL Cruel, < number shatks. j Ittabui, <;Ja. It j-o conimts nitli, the Mdil Lint P Jfoslln,
Tape, N -.c'l.' Silver ThiuSli Fancy Biihlinjr, from Quii"v. to C":..ttjhooeLit.aiid th ur.t-> ApajMhic iIiiis" of the fourth ar'jCIL if t the Constitution of June HM17.. ____J:> .'>t trench do. ;Irish Linen.

N'iin'it' v ...no1.ki'ul*, fanrv ilk Triciu.ine, | la. Ptta.rets ran iro rrem l'.tliahzise toColmnbtn this Sf.ite. be *o amend ato read as follows, viz : Notice. Batieste do. M.' quito Netting.

White !> ...vn a.-.1 f JM- cojyurtO LiiK us,for taen* in Mm d I R5, sod Imt ane nu'l t will be 241. Tbt tiitirUr ol f the! Hou>>.- ol Representative Elk k while do. Flack Silk Fillet Glo -

w IT, spent on the r
Fa'icy r 1.'Urcd Cotti-r*. The public 1:. iy at as>ured that every attention will serve for th term 11 t\ro ye:'rs, from and after the vouchers to the Hon. A. McDonald, Judge Printed Muslins, domestics.

aud .' 1,0 paid fn t'-e ei.iu.'crt c-f the who rna;; patronize slav cf the first election ijrwUr the amended Constitution of Probate in and for the County cf Madison, ana Embroidered Muslins, ''

___ ./ I'jrt'tf I'ltncy *sortoirntIl.VTs' this Line and no longer; nh! the ses5irns of the Cen- apply for a discharge as Administrator of the catale ALSO:

-- :tICIl5 titiy iule ( tottiisrg. FARE: eral Ave-ubly shall be ''n. n.iial, aid c-iinrnence on of John W. Richardson,late of said County,de-ceased. 3 hhds. Cacon 11am,. 3 bbls.No.5 Mackerel.

GREAT ARRIVAL! I'Mr.RKLLAS the fourth Monday m November! each and S. B. RICHARDSON.Madi 4*
, IJK.P.itent rromTalahas! to Quincy,*2."i >; ti BatnbrMge, in every 3 Sides. IStt ,

3O Ciitlicts or i 5OOO Rocs of a 1 Cj'.l: IJo 't nd and pcgcd $:; ; to Alt-any, sI l I, and to M.icon, t-J2.UHIGHT second jear, or at such other tinns as may Le prescribed
Tills Calf B>.x'ttv l". lo. do. &, SAWYER, pr,, ,ri. f<..rsr.x by Uw. Notice. 10 ken leaf Lard Crushed, Loaf and Brow,
tz Dr.) Gordon's Family Fashi"11! Kover mit Lr !horn Hat, JfMIN M. YARN, A.,' nf.fjrj Sec. a. Be it finthrrrnacted. That the thirdclau- 3 bbls. Su ar.

: : vast and increa incdemand for thii new and Mens'ai-1 r.os'1'ilrn flats O' :ce -,? tinPlaaUr* Huttl. Tallaha! -C. of the fourth aiticle ol Ihc Constitution be amend d ALL persons hav ing demands against the estate of June 12, 1-17. 47

g ct THE# celt!
::; cures they are daily effecting, in all portion* of the Hard Ware. July 17, 1-17. > Rsprcsen.ti'csshall! brl o? n on the first Monday will take notice that they raut present them to the DR. J. REESE'S
in the Dootli of October, in each and imd-.rsigned, duly atfltiemiticatcd, within the tim
: : where they rmeUx-n intro--cvd! of Dvpcpaia *-j every second I
country, Lncr Co iilaints( and I5ilKou Disea> .K, j Mill cr -ut, ''i rs- .'. kex. ttttit ant wood Saws, Notice. : year, from and after the first election under this a- I prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead 10 bar LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.

. 5 e with their well known attcitdunts, Sick IK dache, Auarevsi.od-ts.nii: briiiilh Liittsas oit'd, CT .,nth* afar !,iie, I dish! "resent Inc a'c'tfs intMled Coitotitul.oa, <,r f thiir teecve-rv. TERSONS of feeble constitutions and thoM .
. nuks Kuob. 5-1 ite, ,: '-k, rail, rn.ik. chi',t, cupboard, SIX l he directed! bv Liv. JOHN WILSON, Admr. of M.L
? &.c..haj induced the imderMgned to ajTn direct IrwO the b.-\, 1. .r.- ? d 1 till L c'. habitual
b to receive h. stock potiet-; County "t : ; cl apply f.T a di I rcotivcncss, which elfin everts a unfa
. Pxrkct vi t i '. Kvt- -Ii .c :id tuJ- l.ers do., the af(>r. said artirle be.o amended very or lle
.that the* Aiiyiirat, dt bomiv as tt read as influence
and would ay to !*- nutrierouscu ; chnrg" r imn if the estate up..n their General health,which is Mrteularly
whole ile ar.J retail Cirvir: K .. ''> tt kte it.aid County
them of manifested
! f arc prepared t<> vjj';)ly i doocaseil.l.T. [ by irregularity, if not total Ice,of
RAZORS Fc.v le.t of Old Ilou?! aud icady! IlaGerman'si'.v.r <|ualiiicd electors, for the terra of four years, a't the Ir
New York Iiir-s. | BEATTY.Mor.tirelln FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURL appetite. Ibis condition of the system, this at.
,. THOMAS M. TURNER, Savannah.AlarzcstiKk zctr Stra's: July 'i 1, I '.IT. 50 rtraJ simile time, in the HILT? n inner, and "in the same OF ALL DISKSKS ARISING FROM AN I tide is confidently recommended with the aasanactthat

. I :.e! ol theseevcellent Pills ju ? received, t bVaiul te. Hritannia table and place where they *ite. for member- the House efj IMPURE; STATE OF THE ULOODOR if the dose is properly adjusted so as cot
4 sale box with full direction*, tea, and iron table and tea Spoons, Groceries. j Representatives: and m person shall be a S. mister the bowels
and (or at 1'\cents JT Family HABIT OF THE SYSTEM I move too actively, relief ma; be retied
.- LEWIS &
bf upon the least
VIZ or even .
UST i id dirtet New : I any unpleasant
fifth halter and doj Chains rcr. Orleans by J. K. StaUsa I hil! l.-ivelH-Vi cue.
15ARNARI Tallaha- Fa., and on enquiry will Ig, trace, J | : un of this State from
: the
resulting of
1oflTt'NE, per -rhr. White Wing, Scrofula or Ainu's Emit, HhntKiai, OltinateCutaneous use common porta
Wali'e \Vafer-irons.
. l be found ia all the town and ullages in the Stuth Wrought iron Grid-iron', j for I two years next preceding l.i; election, and the tive medicine usually resorted to.
< Casks clr.;r Baron Sides, I resident Kt uptvtnn, Pimple or Pmtitlts vn the
Cellini No. I Axe-, Steel Traj, last ynra of th dstrict or county fir which Persons
.. and West. 2 Siif.Mhkr, Face, lilolchts. LiU, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring subject to Bilious Cbolic may rely oo to*
1SJ7. 12 -"ciTHE Ames' < :!d.4.! an I Ion.; ar.d hnrt-handle Shovels, i he shall be chosen, and -hall have attained the preventive
age of
May S 2 lhtnia, hum or Tttlrr. flea/tl heal, K-i rgenitnt anti properties this medicine bv using it on
Siithsi.1! Scythes, and reap Hf-ok, of tvventy-fiveyear*. the first intimation
S :- Fair and! :aod ripply Mechanic Took, arid 15 Kegc Li'4f Lard, Svc. 4. lie if[cellar',,rretc'I. That the siat Ii claux Pain of the flouts and Join's, Stubborn Ulcers. are snie Constitutions of an liah.'e approaching attack. There

Many; uuirarticles in the' ird-ware line not 2 li'.ls. fT the afore a.d aitii-h- so amerd as to reid as Syphilitic Symptoms. Sciatica or Lumbago, and Billioiw Fever to regular attacks of

'4. 4, : ir.cntionetL 2 llhds fli.'wn Segar, follows, viz: The dislocation! of Senators, as made fiff-ases arixinzfrum an in/wlidem use of.Mcr- this medicine is almost every fall ; to such tbc UM of

1 Bbl. Dri d J>jcf.S can ,.Iscitts or hropitj, Kjrposurc or Impi nJenee recommended, beginning to use it
Willow and Wood Ware. tt the first s<>s>ion ol the General \--embly held in by the middle of
first of
May or June.
Sack* Rio CofJle, in life. .Iho. Chronic Constitutional Ittsorden.
the 1SJ", Inll continue
> halt
year unchanged ; one Those whose
A Churns, 3 sizesTu'ts cf M sizes 3 i L'Mi. .St. Louis Hour digestive organs are feeble often experience
> ,
tf whom, as pearly as possible, shall be chosen for ruts preparation is a combination hitherto unknown of
Well IJ.,cktt#, I'jilsj, :'.-ai< and iron-bound Buclttj, IM hf. l.bls. ever hereafter bienniallv for the tern of four ears : .1. in the history of Medicine, differing entirely about (the a stomach s-nse after fullness, weight and oppression

KeelPr4, ttret.t.t ra a, Vots-rneasures, 0 dozen Cltret.JoaeI2 Pmeided, hoicfttr, and it is hereby declared, that in its character and operations from the various cine afford almost immediate eaingwiU find this nwdi-

s success of these Pills in curing in a few Willow t iuirs and Carriages f'-r children, 1M7. 17PHIXTS the term of oflice ot that f lass of Senators unexpi- preparation of Sar<>aparilla which have been Tidies their relief.

:;.-' where all -thc remedies have faili.d. and Vork BisUtts and covered Market ditto roil at the first el,-ction under the amended Constitution at diferer.t! tunes offered to the public. It acts specifically heartburn flair and costiveness confinement often suffer from

.. :. that, too, in cases of twelve and eighteen months Groceries.Young ONLY. shall extend to, and expire on, the first Monday u"in; the whole system, thereby bringing it highly recommended, as it:can to be such used this without article tb if.

standing-warrur.ts the as-jrition, that if tikn; according ilyson, Imperial art! Po-.vchongTeas, in October.eighteen hundred arid! fiffv.rw. under its direct and immediate influence. Although .
r to the directions, the} are a certain cure.A .- Rio and Java CoC; SPUING 'IAL.I-l':, 17.LKK .1. rtr tl flu inn rnnnrir, Tisui tje nr,, rtrc- l Iea-5tdaflr.andwithpeatbenefit.l In sick or *"

S. long list of certificates in proof of their inf..llibihty v, lion for Assemblymen, under thn atnended Constitution tirely harmless, so that it cannot injure the most delicate This ariicle will be found to act as a plejwnt cor
Buttir 1 Water
: : ,
might be added, but tho- upon the directions KKKWSTKR shall take place t n the first Monday in October co'istitufion. When in perfect health, no effect dial and tonic, restoring the appetite, and at the
Roe Her -iit, in lurr-!", : &
a. : are deemed sufficient. Try them and be convinced! ; t ighte. n hundred and forty-eig'it? ; and the firt is produced by its u'e except an increase of appetite same time fulfilling every intention that the common
No. a-id! Mackerel in i bSls brand 1SI<5
1 2, .
t I CF.DR STREET NEW YORK, buitshendi'easeisseatcd in the frame, and
that they are the mcst cfll-ctual and certain, and the SOscitO of the General Av-ombiy tinder this amend- ; [urzative are intended to effect n purely -
t 10( lblls. 1'ullitn Market, No. 1 heel.White Beg leave to iptoim Dealers in I Ik> Goods! that they j Constitution carrying fast its victim along the path of life, then vrgtlable
very best remedy ever otlered to the public to insure tell shall mmencc on the fourth Monday and, when used according to the direction,
:! t 1 a permanent and lasting cure. Hcans, l.ice, tried! Apples and iVicIicaSardine have roro-ivu), ant i are iu\v exhibiting, at TilE | in November, in the year eighteen hundred and its mysterious influence is felt and seen ; it enkindles will be found an invaluable article,especially to those
*, 10 Lbls.!>! .uf-d I'ija-fett,
URAUC/N STORE, Lowdes Co., Ala, ) Bbl*. ail Jlibl! *. Hour, Imon Sy rup, WAREHOUSE CXCLUSIVELY fur t'siiilc'I, C'ali.Ccc forty-eight. new life, and vigor and bring health and strength afflicted with Dyspepsia,Derangement of the liver,
,, Pa ed Senate December to the suffering and diseased.
.sp- April ).ISI.'i. JDr. 21', IS Id.D. or General Debility.
Candles! Cr.dgtie IVarl Starch, "
G. A" Tylir:-Dear Sir :-This may certify 'f/5f'. ,, fi' H. MAYS, President of Senate TRUTH is STRANGER THAN FICTION. -LET Prepared ly Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike coaatT,
Colate pl.* Soap, brown aid toilette Saps, 5. "
.I that after for the of Com, all theVriv II. ARCHER Senate. THE FACTS SPEAK ion THEMSELVES.-The follow-
using many preparations cure riving Secretary o Georgia, and for sale by appointment at
Pickles, J assorted
is-.ftf -Catsuj> ,
4 Chills and Fever,and expending some forty-five dollars Olive Oil, l taf and crushed Surar, : Spring; siyl **., j PattI HI> IM; of Representatives, December 2i?, in:: certificate is only another link in the great chain E. BARNARD, JiV,

in phj icians bills, without any benefit, I pro Of firiti.h, I'ftnt':, ..'.2\ .1nirr an .Munvjacturej l'l. of testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and Drug Store, Tallahassee,
Sfotch Snuff: c.f f several Factories,
cured a box of Dr. Tyler's Fever and Ague Pills, at Mu tard not Sj.iccs, srtetl, wliicr, in 'tlUhuidN I lo th ir usual at( t\, ren.ler ROBERT P.ROWN, Speaker Ho. e.f Reps.M. be convinced. What it has done once it will do DANIEL LADD, Newcrt,

dollar which cured after I had l eautifu! and at-1 I). PAPT Clerk again.
their Hou.e
one me effectually, Putty, White- Lead, Wii.do\v Cia:.,, abutment o i 1,1 the n *t Reps.IVbniary Monticello,

, S kufTered with this dittrcsiing and unpleasant corn- Train, L'ti eed, and Lump Oil, tractive in the city ; and have xjut b< en purchased 27, II7.. 3i CmPeters' CHARLESTOWX, Mas, Spt. 21J, 19J->. Quincy,

., plaint for twelve months. I have known them used Good chcm in!. >uiokiuz ar>d low t rice Ttlsaccoett, FOR t'l1 i AM) SHOUT CKCDI7, j This may certify that my son, now aged seventeen HARDY BRYAN,

in thirty cases and not a single box has failed. I believe Powder, Shot, Lead, &c. iC. &.C. Vcsrtablc Pills hat' been for ten years afflicted with the scrofulous Agent for Thomas county,Georgia.
*.: them to be the very beet and most safe and certain Are ofJored !,y tl ;-n-cc or j'scka on the maieCatubcu's fiumor. At the age of seven years he had the measles May 22, 1W7. 44

$': cure for aruc ant fever that can be used,aii'l unequalled tatats, :,t an.! 1 iiiw r.ailofacturcsi 1ric& TriKEi K inf: Jily, and in this case has which probably caused this humor to make its appearance -

.' as a tonic restorative in all debilitated conditions Ozi- 'lie inlnlitants of the cil-ami county, of j.ric; < s (v< rr ctd daily ,) are pi iced I'n-v.Mih-d in a most singular way, vering his body Deaf and Dumb Asylum

p e. of the stern. E. MYER-s and those cf aljic nt counties, are paiticularly requested in the hands <>f h buv< r 1)ETERS' PILLS have iron the first been a favorite torn his head to his feet with small tumors. I eon- OF KENTUCKY.

Price si per box, with full directions. For sale, to call and see (<.r themselves-and, tiperialty tsirelia'crs will intt rm thrTn"hes tf the state of .1. medicine in the S-.utii. but n-.u their culled a D'Ktor ot Medicine, and he examined him

. a. at Tallahassee FU. by LEWIS &. A ME?, MILES \ve cil! the att.nli < t the L\i-ir.s, whose the rnrket, :.,.d be well n paid ft-rsa exai iiiation, tin is ufiuil t<> it'> se toO In the Noith consump-, the three days in succession, and not understanding his iiI\HE subscriber,as the resident.agent of the aid

; ,i NASH, EDWARD RARNARD. and on enquiry will taste was never known to(rr. I It t will afloid! me great even if they d.i iel t ;.uichjse. Il st, nut t the Wet, as veil &.. In-yorid the P"toinac : case,advised me to consult Dr. Rogers,cf New York,
.' he found in all thu twnaiid tillages South and pleasure l diW.ay before them tie diverM'flcd and L. & B. hive pie!iiiar advsutairas for xerii ing orders in Fair> South America, Indu, and the We-t In- I 1 then being a resi-lent of that city. After a long to suit pirehasers,about Four Thousand Acres

a \Vet. attractive FANCILS in Store. for prints, 'Aiiich :,re re.pt' tfuIv! oli< itid.LKi duii, they pe arc known awl appreciated. 'I he demand and critical examination, having more than thirty of LAND situ ited in the county of Jackson, in tie

: :; MavS. 1S17. 42 Cm Ii.iinrdiiilt, and punctual atlttidaner, trill If : : A; ISUKWhTCK, for them has no parallel in the annals of medicine, other medical gentlemen with him at the same time, State limited of Florid>. Also, the Right to Locate, to a

paid la nil ufJos tint me. 41 CcJar filrct-l. nod it may b- said c f t lid ir advocate*- tie pronounced it Scrofula, or King's Evil. The The extent
t New Orleans Type Foundry S F BFUNEY. child then for,and commenced takine above lauds were selected at an earl; date.by
January 2'1, 1J" *>7 I12S The cry is -"till they ccrne !1" was prescribed
April 1", 117. na ISEXTIM.L, pleas that time. He until an experienced judge, and are believed to be amongst
i ; AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, cc.py. In all diseases e.f the -tomach, the abdominal vis- grew worse he finest in the

:, JVb. 17, Canal flretl Row. NotceIS M. D. PAPy cere, the liver.or the \vitein generally, their! alternative June of 1S37, and then his bones became affected in county. C. H. DUPONT,
of the tht had been given him.A .
and tonic acting the con.ititu- consequence mercury
*11 undersigned beg leave to announce to Pul HEREflY that s !! properties UJHUI of bone from his under-jaw, in Jgenl of D. tt D.A. of JTy.
; THE given, Gforgc nus, one of the i.W2, cut properties of the bliXMl, will produce an immediate piece came away June
and Printers that have established Quincy 12, 1S47. 47 ly
.- they heirs of the estate ol JamF.. Jtuss, late cf t the 'T ILL 1'r.ictir- i .ill the C.'irt- t thf Middle chango, and ev ritually perform a radical cure. he first place, as large as an English walnut, a piece
a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in this of Jacks in the State of from his forehead as large as a sixpence and a piece
County : >n, Florida, dec'tl., Ci,coil. OiK e on th.> < t ti; -t lior of the Cap TESTIMONIALS. New Books &c.
. city. The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut tot has thisdjy.by his attorney,filed his p< til ion before itol, South \M-ig. r< .i ( .rn.. occupied by the Extract ot a letter from Dr. Wainrs.of Philadelphia from near the crown of his head. It then went to ,

,. order bv workmen of long experience, and, as no the Judre if the Pnbat Court of th< salt) County, Secretary ..f i1! T. rnlr1.. dated Febnurj 2. l. him' :-" V'our Pills are the he back and side, and discharged in three places. JUST received per Brig Detroit, Onion,a Namtrf
expense wa* spared to obtain the handsomest faces for dittnbution of said From thence to of his limlw in J of Ad ventures in the South Seas Herman Mel
a estate ; and that, three Novcfnbei-: 1 i'- tL: 17 mildi-st in their operations and _vet mo>t powerful one separating, con ,by
,' and to perfect it in every respect, we will venture to months from the d. 'e of this notice, he will ask Rr their etleets of any that I have ever met with in a sequence of the ulceration, the muscles and cord vile ; Webster's Domestic Economy and Housekeeping -

say it will be found as handsorae, if not the hanJ- an order fur a diatiibulion. practice of eisht and twenty years. Their action on from the bones of the ankle joint on the back part.- Cinq Mars, by Alfred De Vigny,

. omet in the United Stales. We have also a very p.. F. DENNARI), J1f:\ IzhJtIL': \ the chvlo, and hence on the impurities of the blood, lie had at one time filleen running sores or i issues Castle of Ehrenstein, by James.

handsome asscitmcnt of Flower and Job Letter of Attorney for Petitioner. AT TO UN i iY: AT LAW is evidently vcr surprising." from the glansof the throat and these places I have Arthur Martin, by Charles Burdett,

.' the latest stle to which wa would call the attention Jnne 13. 1M7.17 "of mentioned. In 1340 1 lived in Portsmouth N. H. Alice Gordon Alden
rin ,
; a , of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All attend th.> JusticeCourts of G.' !idn L. C. March <*>, 1 I'* 11 :-" For billious fevers and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever, which Anthon'a Caraar, Anthon'a Sallust.Wilberforce's .

: articles manufactuied by us khall be of a material Bar and Billiard Room. 'inty. the Circuit Court of MidJlc Florida, sick headaches, for pidity of the bowels, and en- settled in one of his hips, which swelled as large as Manual for Communicants1,

? : equal, if not buperior, to any manufactured at the MONTICELLO FLORIDA. three of the other. Being under Medical treatment, Macaulay's Miscellanies Alison's
and the Court5 in I he adjacent Counties of Georgia. argernent of the spleen, Dr. Peters Pills arc an excellctit : Essays,
North and as we shall wit Type at New York prices -
; him laudanum until he lost his Wilson'
ler.i ued November medicine. hey gave reason. *
u i r. sperlfully jnf.rrns his friend .11, I i.II. 1<, tfCr
ti we tru,t to meet with encouragement. TMIE Then I became alarmed and sent for Thomsonian. Heman's Poems Poeket of U. S. ,
the ;public that he has opened a BAR AND .J, Sentinel rop>. IVr silehy LEWIS I.. AMES, MILES NASH, a Maps & Georgia
a We are now prepared to manufacture IIR ASS RULE His medicine helped his hip and ored his Blue Figuereel Window 3C inches wide,
BILLIARD ROOM ia Monticello on (l.e: Vest side- ED WARD BARNARD. rr> reason. Paper,

4 and TYI'Eofaiiy magnitude,with promptness. We oft public alu.re| fir their .irct.ini.i'idalion, and NA'i'IIANIKL !IIAMLIN MayS, ll7. 12 Cm The third time hew a* attacked with this fever in New Patterns of House Paper, and Borders for do-
would also call the attention of Printers
particularly 12 when hearing of Dr. Sands' and For sale HAYWABDJune
solicits their patioiugc; His BILLIARD TABLE: i< IS 1 Sarsaparilla, by P. A.
to our LEADS, Laving an entire new set of Parlor and ( satisfied that all other medicines had 12
a one of the rnr.t approved patfrrn.ar.d is HI rxnlluit ConnimMon 3Icrrliaiit, being perfectly 1S47 47
moulds, by which we are enabled to furnish a CABINEVIAKING.V
ailed I and six bettIes
effecting sent "
a cure procured '
order Hu BR is tore l with lh best lllnr
< 5 Li.fours
fect article We are also Agents for the sale of the
and Ci also and by the time he had taken it all I considered NEW BOOKS, &c.
Napier, Washington and Smith PRESSES, which tus : a variety of CONFECTIONARY. f'ol. War I' J-fi Co.
siLLY r on ) healed
well. Those he became
His rooms will be opened at all hours, DAMON *V LYCIl. him places bright received Brig Waknlla, An Orerbrf
with Chases Gates Sticks Furniture JAH. KIRL.-I.Y per
: together Composing Es ] h.tllalaasste > his JUST
color to face and from
t Ink, and other article required in the day and evening; and, by strict attention to bu-"inc D. LwIN N ) bought the entire stock and interest of and lively- came lips- round the World in 1841 and lS42by
every vvtKjrt.Febuiary
hat time till the Fall of IS 1 1, his
( complaints never
and a desire to please, he hopes to give general Whnker the Cabinet George Simpson,
satisfaction in ,
Shop are
Printing business; ,will be kept on hand,and furnished 1" J7. '!
troubled him. At that time he became deaf which
, at manufacturer's prices. to his customer Call and see him. ? prepared to do all kinds of work in that line, and Washington and hisjGencrals, by J. T. Headkj,

.. Editors and Printers wishing to establish a Ncw & B. BARRINGTON. IV. :.U. AltTiV: hope the patron.ue !heretofore given to the sshop will continued until from la-t that March,the when his right eya became A voyage up the ri ve'r Amazon,by W.H. EJwr
affected left the
Job Printing Oflice will be furnished! with Monticello, May I 1,1.17. -11 tie coutinueil. Their eeiience in the business ; to eye,covering A Summer in the Wilderness, by Chas. Lanmtt
paper Commission aii.l rorwnrJiii iIrrc1 nt the that he
? a sight of so was m a great measure
i, an estimate in detail for the same,by stating the size wairaiits them in spying they can give satisfaction. lof eye Prevention better than Cure, by Mrs. Ellis,

': of the pape-r, or the particular style and quantity of Groceries.AFUL 101 Povdrastlrcel, They eve-cute their wik tech, and ate willing to dispose leprived sight.that SandV the Vicar of Wakefield.illustiated'editioo( ,
Knowing Sarsaparilla was only
NlW.OliL1.NSLa. of it on as reasonable! terms as other work Wainwright'a Family Prayers
.,t work to be executed.J Las 7ttment just received and for sale by any medicine that had ever done him gmxsl l, I applied
.. r Til" proprietors of newspapers who will i publish L. &. II. GREEXIJKRG:} it CO. BUYING. .SELLING, KL'CEIVING, AND FOR- men in t the State. Mr. Fowle at Boston any for He Headlcy's Napoleon| and his Marshall,
to Apothecary, more.
: ,
this advertisement six months, and send a paper Apail 3, IS 17. 37 altfidid t., with prcuptne March -0, is 17. 35 has! taken fifteen dollars worth, which has removed Gi-orsiaScen a; Hill, Side and Border SketcWiy

to office will be paid for the advertisement rasea. TO > W. 11. Maxwell ; Mr*. Hcmaas Poems.Flora's ,
our weekly,
: he, humor from his eyes and hearing, and now
: i:1 4 by purchising six times the amount of advertising A'oticc.SIX JNO W. AUGVI.K, LATHAM .V FUtnv Middle Circuit.IN appears to be cured, aid radically so. I verily be- I Interpreter( Airuworth's Latin DiclioM1?'
A. PrTWICK Mirror Library, in volume,
S complete
S. SiBLEY.lv one
W bill in Trpe. months after dale, the undersigned, Executor JFJTERSON CIRCUIT COURT. here all this latter trouble might have been avoiledf '
Ieeernhcr 'l, 10. Sallurt Ambon's Cesar,
CO. ytD ,
: the last t will and testament of Benjitnin __ f I had continued thoroiigly the use of the Sarsaparilla -
Nathaniel Peatire, Michlet's History ol France Moore's Poems,
June 2GII7..t9 Cm 17 Canal St. R ti. Attachment for Deweu'soii Children.! Dewee'i Midwifery,
liii acroiinU and vouchers to the lion Judge of Probate 3 AInAT.1ps | These are the simple sfjtements of the facts of(the
Boot and Shoe Making- Kusene: Abloii and Robert R. I t gOO'J KO.Hoyd.latrMcrrhanbstiadiiig Oxford Bible, with clasps, .
Leon and make feel it lo make t hose facts know
mm of County, application for let I ; case, and I my duty %Webster' Dictiocariw.ErainarJ Flute and jj3I
? 1IEundersiedhavingjiurctiaied tie ters of th.-misiion as Executor afore iid. i f Asitimptit.hatter to the public, for the benefit of those who be
yl \enlirc stock andmatc'iialsol LoaFs JOSEPH CHAIRES, Executor. R u c; s, M n n i c i N E s, PAINT s, OIL, tha name and style of j Damages x20. afflicted in like'manner: feeling a full conviction may the I n5t ructefs.ElI hilt's celebrated Chinese Razors,

fe Vt REarEi.D, who it about leaving the State, Leon County, April 3, 1c17. 37 fun Toilet .tilitifs, Perfcmery, &r., Window Class, FAblon&.Co.% defendants J cure has been etS.ctej{ solely from the effect of this Silver Combs, Silver Head OrnamentsCold"&c.&c.
and all others .
interested hcreo. sale
rjpHE arc by
; gChfe re-ct&ccfully( ] informs his friends and the invaluable medicine
m public that be is at prt-scut at the old >tandtwherc Notice. PAIMtRs' ERUhllLs ANII COLORS, by noiSed of the institution of the above suit HANNAH W. BECK, 22S Main st. P. A. if Y WARD-

lie it prepared to execute all work in his line with ApoihecaricV Cij \Virc.. &c.npIIEabove by attachment( and are required to appear and plead Suffolk, ts. Rattan, October W, Iol-Thicn! __July 10. 1 S ((7. 51
Ry L Ix mouths after date, the undersigned Administrator to the declaration filed in this case, within the time per
and despatch He has on hand the finest constantly cn hand and for sale at the the above
promptness sonally appeared named Hannah W. Reek Choice Wines and LiquorsT -
a ol Daniel N
Cone deceased
late of Columbia prescribed by law
and of materials and will 1. lowest
of calf kkins, all soits market j-iiccs. and made solemn oath that the above certificate
County, East Florida, will )pre ent his final BERTH ELOT & ARCHER by New York, *e haver?!
t 5. make at short notice, and ia the best manner, GENTLEMEN'S her subscribed, and statements therein contained >Y Brig Wa culla, from
account and vouchers to Ihc Judge of Probate for Attorneys for Plaintiff. JJ cci ved the article, which w will*
i BOOTS AND SHOES of every detcription. We have receivcd by late arrivals large additional arc (rue. Before me, following
fooled soledand otherwise ih Columbia Countyaod aik for a discharge. May 23, IS 17. 45 3mTISTAR'S low to planters and others:
Boots repaired WILLIAM supplies of DrugsJhJictncs and C/ieinicaIt\\, JAMES RICE, Justice of the Peace.
and at reasonable charges. He will warrant CONE Adm'r.Blount's with most of the 2 Quarter Casks Cognac Brandy,
good style together popular patent remedies, For further particulars and conclusive evidence of
Ferry Qy
May is 17. 45 Cm do.
itt his work to be equal to any done in the place, render our assortment( the largest and most varied in W sale by LEWIS & AMI-S. its superior value and efficacy, sec pamphlets, which 6 Eighth do do

w' and to give as good satisfaction ai to fitting a* any Notice. the State. All of which we offer at the lowest cash February 20, IS 17. :31 I nay be obtained of Agents, gratis. 1 Cask" Old" Port Wine,
2 Madeira Wine
other workman. pi ires. Prepared and sold by A. B. t I). SANDS, Druggists

JOHN_ LERCH. SIX months afterdate, the acting Executor of the July 23, 1SJ ',. 1 LEWIS & AMES. Notice. IOu Fulton street, corner of William, N. Y. 1 Pipe Schiedam Gin,

?*! May S, If 47. 42 tf will ami testament ef Arthur Burney, Sen., &Jdal3oby LKWIS& AMESTallahiasaceSMITH 10 Boxes Claret Wine,

deceased, will make application to the Hon. Judge Notice. OIX months after date, the Administrator of the V, CATLlN.'Pcnsacola F. B. WJHTING.St. Marks Peach Brandy, Apple Brandy,

I'11 : J. R. FORTUNE of Probate of Leon County for Utters of dismissionas'Exccutor persons indebted to the estate of Miles Pot O estate his of Willidtn B. Kilpatrick, deceased, will and by Druggists( generally, throughout the United Irish Whiskey, MalagrWineBIRCHETT .
ALL present accounts and vouchers to the Honorable *. LIND
of said ektate
made permanent airtngement in New deceased late of States.
County will
Washington ,
HAVING July 17 IS 17. 52 6m Judge of Probate of JelTerson County, and ask to be July 3, 1847. 50
by which ha will keep constantly on make payment ; and those having demands against discharged as Administrator of said Price, fl per bottle. Six bottles for $.>.

s listed a good supply of family Flour,* Bacon of all Dr. J. II. Scales said estate must present them within the time prescribed July 17, 1847. 52 estate.Crn (tiThe:: public are respectfully requested to remember Dwelling House for Sale.A .

description, which he will guarantee in all ca es of by law, or they will be barred. that it is Sands' Sarsaparilla that has been

,: first l quality,and to be old M low for eath u any in SURGEGON DENTIST X SHARPLESS EVANS,J erolor. Two Horse Darouch and constantly achieving such ren.aakableures of SMA.LL cowfortable Dwelling

,,,wn. ThoM wishing orders filled in New Orleans WILL return tnTallahaj about the 2
he will attend to, t* he has an agent who make it hit 'a fw week TIN Room i is at Dernilly's. THE subscriber has a light roomy BAROUCH (it frame is subject ; therefore ask for SaiiSaysa- Chace' propertjr It will be fold npirrchaset tI1

business to pnrchiM at the lowest rniikct rate' Ladies waili-d upon at their robide-nces. C ORN AND PEAS for sulc. Apply to' V quite broad) that ho will sell low. tarilla, and take no other. *. Aptly to '

June 12, I ll7. 11 July in, i*. n 5t JulyS, 1'I1. VI J R. IXJRTUNF, June IMS 17 1 p J, R. FORTUNE. December 12, IS 16. 20 July 3, 1547. 3O ) R.JORT


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