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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: September 4, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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LAZARUS AND MARY. Among the artificial distinctions,which mar
: nom tie! '11th chapter the Gospel of St. John. THE FLORIDIAN and disfigure the truthfulness of social life,

_T ir. P. WILLIL.Jrt none is more silly than the U made of tho

$ vn' there but yesterday. The print term gentleman. It is tho aristocratic,
Of tit deputing feet wu it the door; m
audible and yet empties,of all the term in
ffit Peace t be with you-was yet tyrnDicJ
.,. ', charmed ear In private life,
In the wrapt porch of Mar, lan. th
u if the air, -" exterior of the .
Aftd in the low rooms,twas decidethe caim a man to
.Hushed with his goiBK forth,had been stilL the breath BY SIBLEY E. SATt&DAY or of being a gentleman, provided ho b net
or azgels left on watch-.o CODlCiout within, I &DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER 4, 1847.- VOL. XIX-..NO.7. a notorious rogue, or a convicted ( ;-
hii presence7et.
-Tb.. place-teemed L_ w__ot.( I"W'A; .vpreweePiDK.,--- -;, I _--__ _n ________ __ _.. __ ___ ___ ,- and even then the world pronounces him a
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For Lazaru lay d.n: LAnd Mary utByth.pslIlIper. t8 OlljImOl er. The exorcises of the day were just over, He was P4iped to the trowsers,and exhibited explained. Bill wanted this arm for other gentleman, ifho be no fairly found out, and I

He wu YOUDg to die: when Mrs. Stalling, and Mrs-.Durham stepped an arm, :iut and shoulders of tho most tremendous purpoMfcthan defence ; and he had made ar. i wear a fashionable dress. The mn tho .
T.cos&I whereon the $air&oTdWClt FrO rt* Georgia Scenes. simultaneousj], into the storo of Zcphaniah His step was firm, daring, rangements whereby he knew that he cold i moral worth of a man: havo little tl do.i
prtet his
With ODe beaipaot ,imletbe eon (air lines THE FIGUT. Atwater, from "down east." and ; a ho bore his fine form a make it answer these purposes ; for, when claims to b ranked among tbo ral
Breathin o(b pe, were still aU eloquent That tho, In the younger days of the Republic there Have you any Turkey-red 7" said Mrs. S, litt'e in advance of his friends an involuntary they rose again, ho had the milo finger of gentlemen. Something else, and that of no .

Like lire well those mocked pallid in lips marble.was heard in' heaven voice, lived in the county of two men, who 44 Have you any curtain calico 1" said Mrs blrt of triumph brke frm his sido of the Bob's left hand in his mouth. 10 was now substantial value is needed. True, in theorya

Gone Toned from with unearthly sweetness-thai the light, were admitted on all hands to be the very Ics D. at the same time. rng: ; and, at the same moment, an uncontrollable secure from Bob's annoying trips ; and ho be. man must ho of courteous manners, cultivated ..
II I Quenched i in the closing of those stirless lids, men in the county ; which, in the Georgia vocabulary ., Yes ladies," said Mr. Atwater, "I have thrill of awe ran along the whole gan to lend his adversary tremendous bows, min and rather well off in the world to
I Was veiling before God its timid fire, means they could flog any other two both. curve of the lower'battalion. every one of which was bailed by a : gentleman ; but in practice, it is
New lit, and brightening like a star bliss at eve- men in the county. Each, through many a "Then help me first," said Mrs. D., "for 44 Look at him I" was heard from his friends from his friends. Bullets 7/oM-kicking only required that ho shall have a well cloth
brother, was in
her
I Nor That with Lazarus.this cold clay sleeping-Mary knew. hard-fought battle, had acquired the mastery I'm in a hurry." _just look at him !" Thunder That'l do for his face ; now leel ed back, and not bo an absolute boor. A
1 Her heaviness of heart was not for him! of his own battalion ; but they lived on opposite "I'm in a great a hurry as she is," said len, how much would yau ask to stand his short Billy !1" I skilful tailor could make a gcntemnw for or.
But close bad been the tie by Death divided. sides of the Court-house, and in different Mrs. S., thank you to help me first." i man two seconds I I now considered the contest settled. I dinary uso, in five minutes ; a fat purso

(! The intertwining the feet locks of Inus of that-bright the fair hair bands battalions: consequently, they were but sd. And, pray IJ, who are you, madam ?" con. Pshaw, don't talk about 1! Just think- deemed it impossible for any human Ling to list.will make ono, without any other item in tho
That wiped in her breathless wonder while He taught, dom thrown together. When they met, how. tinued the other. in' about it 'a broke three o'ny ribs a'ready 1" wi hstand for five scond. the loss
Scarce Clasped to ODe pulse thrilled more in unison ever, they were always very friendly; indeed, 6 Your betters, madam," was the reply. 44 What's Bob Durham going to do when i which issued from Bob's ear, cheek, nose,and Wo have two classes in the world! Gcl.
j Than with one soul this sister and her brother at their first interview, they seemed to conceivea At this moment Billy Stalling stopped in. Billy lets that arm loose upon him ?" finger, accompanied with such blows he men and Misters, and it is to o

Had locked their lives together. In heart this ot love, wonderful attachment to each other, which Come," said he, Nancy, let's be going; 44 God bless your soul, he'l think thunder was receiving. Sti he maintained the a con. how very empty and yet how tyrannical aro f

Was Hallowed, with from its rich stain affections, the woman's, ail bound up. Mary rather increased than diminished as they be. it's getting late." and lightning a mint july ." flict, and gave for blow with considera.ble thos distinctions in which tbo gentleman \
came better acquainted that but for the I'd been half hour Oh look here take Bill Stallions effect. But the lords! it over the plain mister, as though he was I
Of an unblemished beauty as became ; so a gone an ago, she men, go i blows of each became ; I II.
An office of archangels filled till DOW circumstance which I am about to mention, replied, if it hadn' a' been for that impudenthuzzy. cut 0' that ring, and bring in lbi Johnson's slower and weaker after the first threo or four; of somo, extra manufacture in tho matter of
She walked with a celestial halo clad ; the question, which had been a tho.isand times ." stod horse, so that Durham may have some and it became obvious that Bill wanted the flesh and blood. Where is tho line that scp. ,

And She but while fulfilled to the her Apostles errand out eyes of it Heaven-seemed asked, Which is the best man Billy Stal- Who do you call an impudent huzzy, )'Ol chance I dcn't want to see the man killed room which Bob's finger occupied for breath class aratcs tho vulgar herd from ibis privileged .' -I.

Sharing her low roof with the Son of God- lions (Stallings) or Rob Durham 7" would pro. nasty, go.for.nothing, snaggle-toothed gaub right away." ing. Ho would, therefore, probably a short tVhat are the requisites for a man '
mortal still have been answcrctf. Mrs. These and other like time have let who would cease to bo a mere vulgar, corn- -it
She was a woman fond and ; bably never of fat, you D. many expressions in. it go, had not Bob anticipated I
And th. deep fervor,lost to piwion's fire. Billy ruled the upper battalion, and Bob the Look here, woman said Hilly, have terspersed thickly' with oaths of tho most modern his politeness jerking away his hand, and mon citizen, and b entitled to write gentleman I
Breathed through the sister's that face tenderness.of clay In vain Te former measured six feet and an you got a husband here' If you have, coinage, were coming from all of making him a present of his finger. He now to his name 7 We confess that wo can 7
Knew Mary, gazing on IU pints other
than that
That it was her brother. He was there- inch in stockings, and, without a single fici him till he learns to teach you better man. tho upper batalion, while he was the seized Bill again, and brought him to his knees see no of dress and exterior
Swathed in that: linen vesture (or the grave, pound of cumbrous flesh about him, wcigheda ners, you sassy heifer you." At this moment girth of his pantaloons, which walking had but he recovered. Ho again brought him to ornament-or else of mental cultivation with.
The same loved one, in all his comelinessAnd hundred and eighty. Thtflattcr was an inch something was seen to rush out of the storeas discovered nit to be exactly right. was just his knees and he again recovered. A third out reference to the condition of tho moral "

What with though him he to talked the grave wf her her to heart angels must? po.Nay, shorter than his rival, and ten pounds lighter; if ten thousand hornets were stinging it ; I i fixed to his. mind, his foes becoming I a little effort, :Iiovvcver, brought him down, and Bob man. A well dressed booby gets up and makesa

Hovered in spirit near her ? Twas that arm, but he.was much the most active of the two. crying, Take care-let me go-don't hold noisy, and hi friends a little uneasy at-his de. on top of him. These efforts seemed to cx. stupid speech to an audience ; but ho i ii a ..
rallied in death whose fond caress she knew In running and jumping he had but few equalsin me-whcro's Bob Durham 1" It was Ransy lay, when Bfly called out with a smile of somo 'haust the little remaining strength of both ; gentleman, because' his coat and breeches costa .
It was that lip of.nmble with whose kiss the county ; and in wrestling, not one. In Sniffle, who had been listening in breathless meaning, Where's the bully of the lower and there lay Billy undermost and Bob across round sum money. A talented, eloquent,

"Morning'- '_ ___and.L_ere 1___, love L_ .beamed.L'd the sweet day in. other respects. they were nearly equal. Both delight to all 1 that had passed. battalion! ?. fm_getting_ _tired_ _of waiting." his Lrenst motionless and panting for breath. unprincipled scamp, makes a thrilling speech
wuurail uiaiua;
illll n*> IUIIIIQ'I"IU UJ II1C : and is heralded gentleman of
Praised (or it. palm-like stature as he walked were admirable specimens ol human nature in I lenders Bob, setting on the Court-house .Here nois,"said Hob, lighting, as it seemed Afcr a shor pause, Bob gathered his handful a great pow
With her by Kedron in the eventide its finest form. Billy's victories had generally steps," cried one.h What's the matter?" from the clouds into tho ring, for he had and sand, and was in the act of cr, &c., &c. But let a plain,unlettered, hon- t

The dead was LAZARUS. been achieved by the tremendous power of his Don't talk to me !" said Ransy. Bob actually bounded clear of tho head of Ransy grinding it in his adversary's eyes, when Bill cst hearted mechanic get up, in his shirt
S S S blows, one ofwhich had often proved decisiveof Durham, you'd better go long yonder, and take Sniffle into the circle. His descent was quiteas cried Ersoccn !" Language cannot describo sleeves or green jacket, and tell homo truths t"
The burial was over, and morn-and the night his battles; Bob's, by his adroitness in care of your wife. They're playing h-I 1 with imposing ai Billy's entry, and excited the the scene that followed ; the shouts, that go right to the point, and hoover speaks*
and noon-
Fell And upon comforters Bethany and-mourners went their way- bringing his adversary to the ground. This her there, in Zeph Atwater's store. Dod e. same feelngs but in opposite bosoms. oaths, frantic geslures taunts replies,and little of lIe him is a a gentleman humble abilities and all that 7

But Death stayed on They had been oft alone, advantage he had never failed to gain at the tcrnally darn my soul, if any man was to talkto V now rose on his side. fights, and therefore I shall not attempt it.- only a .Mister-but gew.gawfelows 1
I When Lazarus had followed Christ to bear onset, and, when gained, he never failed to my wile a Billy Stallions is talking to yours, Where did he come from 7" The champions were bore off by their seconds are the cream of tho eartb aro .
i His teachings in Jerusalem, but this improve it to the defeat of his ad\'erary.- if I wouldn't drive blue blazes through him in 44 Why," said one of his seconds (all havingust and washed ; when many a bleeding Gelee. But give him him ,
I Was more than solitude. The silence now in his fine houses and give him his coach and .
These points of difference have involved entered) him wound and bruise discovered each
Wu void of expectation. Something felt the Jes than no time. wa were lirtinl HD. about ugly was on
!, Always before,and loved without a name- reader in a doubt as to the probable issue of a I Bob sprang to the store in a minute, follow a hundred yards out yonder, when h' hear which no eye had seen before. outrider' and world then will see discover how wondrous a gen'leman ;
Joy from the air, hope from the opening door, contest between them. It was not so, how. ed by a hundred friends : for tho bully of a Billy ask for the bully ; and he fetched a leap Many had'gathered round Bob. and were him to be.- ..'
Welcome and life from off the very walls- ever, with the two battalions. Neither had county never wants friends. over the Court house, and went out of sight ; in various ways congratulating and applauding Now distinctions must exist. But they are always 1.
one-and in the chamber where he lay artificial and and
There Seemed was a fearful and unbreathing hush the least difficulty in determining the point by Billy Stallions," said Bob, as ho entered, but I told them to come on, thov'd find him him when a voice from the centre of the dr. and unjust than, none is moro
Stiller than night'.lut hour. So fell on Mary the most natural and irresistible deductions apr U what have you been saying to my wife 7" here." circle cried out, Boy hush and listen to the corrupt deceptive distinguished by (
title It
r The shadows all have known,who from their hearts ; and though, by the same course of Is that your wife ?" inquired Billy, obviously Here the lower battalion burst into a peal me I" It proceeded Squire Loggins, gCnen. means something that
Have released friends to Heaven. The parting soul reasoning, they arrived at directly opposite much surprised and much disconcerted. I of laughter, mingled with a look of admiration who had made his may to Bob's side, and had refers hear but jto circumstances.For .

I Spreads wings betwixt from the the mourner tie last broken.and the sky. conclusions, neither felt its confidence in the .Yes, she is, and no man shall abuse her, which seemed to denote their entire be- gathered his face up into one of its most flat- our part, we a sincerely honest, '
As if its path lay, industrious citizen to worth whole
I I Straight through the cheering gateway of the sun least shaken by this circumstance. The upper I don't cara who he is." icf of what they ha heard. bring and intelligible expressions. All were just, load of those b attired a and
And to the eye strained after, 'tis a cloud battalion swore that Billy only wanted 'Voll, rejoined Billy, it an't worthwhile Boys, widen ring so as to give him obedient to the Squire's' command. Gen- ship fashionably fop ,
That bars the light from all things. one lick at him to knock his heart, liver, and to go over it ; I've said enough for a room to jump." tlemen," continued he, with a most knowing exquisites, who monopolize tho order .
lemen and that heart after all is the .
the bez
Now as Christ lights out of him ; and if he got two at him, fight : and, if you'll step out, we'll settle it !" Oh, my little flying wild-cat, hold him if smile, "is-Sammy Reynold-in this-comianv .
Drew near to Bethany the Lazarus.Jews went But forth he'd knock him into a cocked hat." The low.er Billv." said Bob., .are YOU fur a fair "-01 (-nn 'I nnrlKpn'-- vnn-- ,. *. '-him.. .fist--., till. .- -gentlemen 7" part of every man's body. vAn
n -
With Martha Mary J ---- J b- -
Sat in the home.mourning She knew the hour was nigh battalion retorted, that he wouldn't have ui"htl" I ightning next. ; 'Yes," said Sam here I am." E.rarnization.-Not a
many years
I When he would go again u He had said, time to double his fist before Bob would put his 0" i am," said Billy. I've heard much of I Ned, what do you think he's marie of//" Sammy," said the Squire, winking to the now popular surgeon-in one of the ago of our .

Unte Who loved his father her brother; and she Lazarus felt that in life He,, head where his feet ought to be ; and that, by your manhood, and I believe I'm a better man "Steel springs and chicken-hawk,God bless company, and drawing the head of his cane Gulf Squadron,entered the navy at ship ta- .
the time he hit the ground, the meat would than will into with ; to his mouth with an arch smile as ho closed,
are. youl"
a
you ring .
then
Had chose the hour to bring him home through DeathIn I jou go ion. Ho was a youth ( not much celctratcd ;
no unkind forgetfulness. Alone- fly of his face so quick, that people would me, we can soon settle tho dispute." 44 Gentlemen," said ono of Bob's seconds, U I-wish you-to tell cousinRoLJandthese for his even temperament, and.beibro
lift the bitter to Heaven it was shook off by the fall." These understand it is bo fair catch gentlemen here
She could up prayer Choose your friends, said Bob ; make 41 to a fight ; as.I present-what your admitted, was of course, submitted to an exam-
M Thy will be done, 0 God!" but that dear brother disputes often led to the argumenlum a homi. your ring, and IJ bo in with mine as soon as you can, rough and tumble : no man: touch' Uncle Tommy said-before tho fight began 7" ination. It so happened at that time, at that 1,
and broke the bread for Christ
And Had filled ever,at the the cup morn when she had knelt ; nem, but with such equality of success on both you will." till one or the other holloos." .Oh get away Uncle Tom," said Sam, station, there were several old and savage

.I ftA...._._... A.. e.n.- .. "nl-- w .r..t--._,i.ms-,----I..az.a.rml'J --- sides a to leave the main ouestion iust where They both stepped out, and began to strip That's the rule.'l was the reply from the smiling, (l ho Squire winked,) "you don't know sawbones in the service and who took particular 5-:
To bind his sandals on, and follow forthWith they found it. They usually ended: however, very deliberately, each battalion gatheringround other side. nothing about fighting." (The Squire winked pains to bafilo and youngsters, to ;
drooped eyes,like an angel,sad and fair- I in the common way, with a bet ; and many a its champion, except Ransy, who kept 44 Are you reaJy 1 again.) All you know about it is, how it'll he very verge of Christian worry endurance. N. t ;

Intent Tnrfinohihlv upon the linked:Master's were they need!alone.And) now. quart of old Jamaic(whiskey had not then himself busy in a most honest endeavor to 44 We are ready. begin, how.it'll go on, how it'll end ; that's fortified himself with a stout smasher of brami.dy L ?
To go to meet him-Lazarus not there- supplanted rum) were staked upon the Issue hear and see all that transpired in both groupsat "vrhen blaze away, my game cocks !" all. Cousin Rob, when you'er going to fight and entered tho presence of his judge, as 'I
And to his greeting answer" It is \rell!" i kill, greatly to the annoyance of the curious, the same time. Ho ran from one to the At the word, Bob dashed at his antagonistat again, just go to the old man, and let him tel, he afterwards told mo, with mom real terror ...
And without tears, (since grief would trouble Him Billy and Bob continued to be good friends. other in quick succession ; peeped here and full speed ; and Bill squared himself receive you all about it. If ho can't, don't ask no- I and dread than if ho was about to into a li.
sorrowful kneel go
And Whose minister soul was alone-her always heart gave,)to way Now there happened to reside in the county listened there ; talked to this one, then to that him with one of his most fatal blows.- body else! nothing about it, I tell you." on's cage, or in a burning magazine. The

She covered up her face and turned again just alluded to a little fellow by the name of one, and then to himself; squatted under one's Making his calculations from Bob's ,velocity, Tho Squire's' foresight was complimented professor went into him canister, hotshot
,
To wait within for Jesus. lansy Sniffle : a sprout of Richmond, who, legs and another's arms, and, in the short in- of the time when he would come within striking in many ways by the by-standers ; and he re- and bomb grpw wounded sai- .
But once more in his earlier days, had fed copiously upon red I terval between stripping and stepping into the distance, he let drive with tremendous. tired, advising "the boys to be at peace, as lor and : shels his terrified .'

Came Martha,saying," Lo !"the Lord is here, clay and blackberries. This diet had givento ring. managed to get himself tro on by half f rce. But Bob's onset was obviously plan i'.hting was a bad business.." tion, in all manner of cuts, stabs, fractures imagina-and
The And mourner calleth for from thce the Mary ground! whereon Then rose she sate Ransy a complexion that a corpse would of both battalions. But Ran!y was not the ned to avoid this blow ; for contrary to all Durham and Stallings kept their beds for compound fractures; hauled him over cockpits ",

Shrouded in sackcloth, and quickly bound up have disdained to own, and an abdominal ro- only one interested upon this occasion ; the expectations he stopped short just out ofarm'sreach I several weeks, and did not meet again for two till of broken and shattered carcases, ;
The golden locks of her dishevelled hair, tunditythat was quite unprepossessing. Long most intense interest prevailed everywhere. und before Billy could! recover his bal months. When they met, Billy stepped up to vcllovv fever lmbs pox, and scurvies, too tedious : ;
And o'er her ashy garments drew a veil spells of the fever and ague, too, in Ransy's Many were the conjectures,doubts,oaths, and ance, Bob had him "all under-hold." 'I'he Job and offered his hand, saying, Bobby, to mention. All of which N-
Hiding the eye the could not trust. youth, had conspired with clay and blackberries imprecations, uttered while tho parties were next sccond,sure enough, "found Billy's head )ou've licfod me a fair fight ; but you would'nt sawed, bled, blistered, purged, physicked poor him. I1r.t

Hard by the sepulchre, without At a the fount wall, to throw him quite out of the order of na. preparing for the conflict. All the knowingones where his feet ought to be." How it was hare done it, if I hand'nt been in tho wrong. elf safely and patiently out of. At last, tho '

Jesus awaited Mary. Seated near ture. His shoulders were fleshless and elevated were consulted as to the issue, and they done no ono could tell ; but as if by supernatural -ought'nt to Eavo treated your wife as I did ; professors tot on to had a marine dy- .1
Were the way-worn disciples in the shade ; ; his bead large and flat ; his neck slim and all agreed, to a man, in one of two opinions : power, both Billy's feet were thrown full and I felt so through the wholo fight ; and it ing by inches with sweats and fever-ho
But of himself forgetful, Jesus leaned translucent ; and his arms, hands, fingers, and either that Bob would flog Billy,or Billy would lalf his own height in the air, and he came sor o' cowed me." must be sweat immediately.col chis -
Upon hi. staff, and watched where she should come feet were lengthened out ef all proportion to log Bob. Wo must be permitted, however, down with a force that seemed to shako the 'Vei Billy," said Bob, "let's be friends. proposed .. .

To The whose pity that one redeemed sorrow-but the a world sparrow's could falling bleed the rest of his frame. His joints were large to dwell for a moment noon the oninion of earth. As he struck the ground, commingled )nco fight, when you had my finger in i" U'ell_Rtinrinsn_ ____ that \vnnlil in 7". ll.'I
n ---- ----- not--
And as she came,with that uncertain step, and his limbs small ; and as (or flesh, he could Squire Thomas Loggins ; a man who, it was shouts, screams, and yells burst from the low. Jour mouth, and was pealing mo in the face 'FhenN.pposedthat.11
E, weak-her hand her breast- not, with be said to have said had loud be heard for miles. and breast I to hollow but I tho't
ger.yet upon propriety any.- never failed to predict the issue of a er bata1ol enough to was going ; 44 Well, that would not do 7" .
And they her who followed her all fallen back, Those parts which nature usually supplies fight in all his lfe. Indeed, so unerring had my little hornet !J" Save him !"- of Betsy, and knew tho houso would be too Then N.suppose proposed the other.
To leave with her sacred alone-
grief with the most of this article the calves of he .4 Feed him Give him the Durham hot for if I when I fought for
The heart of Christ was troubled. She drew near always proved this regard, that it would phys- inc got whipped 44 'Vei if that failed-would not do!1"
And the disciples rose up from the fount. the legs, for example-presented in him theappearanco hue been counted tho most obstinate infidelity ic till his stomach turns I"! Billy was no sooner myself." 44 him !I" said N.
Moved by her look of wo, and gathered round, of so many well-drawn- blisters to doubt for a moment afier he had delivered down than Bob was on him, and lending Now that's what I always love to see," 44 Id Very stem well I If that failed ?lI
you
And Mary for a moment, ere she looked his height was just five feet nothing ; and his himself Squire Loggins was a man who said him awful blows in the face and breast. said a bj-slander. It's true I brought about "I'd down a pint of brandy and
Upon the Savior, stayed her faltering feet. weight in but that made efforts rise main the fight but would'nt have done it if it had'nt pour cay-
And straightened her veiled form, and tighter drew average blackberry season, ninety. ) ltle, little was always delivered Billy two to by strength, ernie
Her clasp upon the folds across her breast; ive. I have been thus particular in describing with most imposing solemnity of look and but faied.U Lord bless you, man, don't try 0' been on account of .Miss (Mrs.) Durham. 44 pppcr.n But if had no effect f' !
Then, with a vain strife to control her tears, him, for the purps showing what a cadence. He always wore the aspect of profound t get up Lay still and take it you Uccge But do eternally darn my soul, if I ever could continued his tormentors.tat .
She staggered to their"midst and at his feet great matter a fro sometimes kindlcth. thought and you could not look at him to have it !" by and see any woman put upon, much 6 If that had no effect," said N. in despair,
Fell prostrate,saying, Lord! hadst thou been here There was nothing on this earth which de- that turned his face the Miss Durham. If Bobby' had'nC been t.
My brother had pot died!" The Savior groaned wihout coming to the conclusion he was Billy now suddenly to loS the perspiration roiling from his brow, and
ID spirit,and stoopM tenderly, and raised lighted Ransy so much as a fight. He never elaborating truth from its most ,intricate com. ground, and rose upon his hands and knees. there, I'd 0' took it up mysellj be darned if I laving exhausted all his remedies and los all
The mourner from the ground and in a voice, -' seemed fairly alive except when he was wit. binations. Bob jerked up both his hands and throw himon woul'nt even i if I'd o' got whipped for it.- patience, "if that wouldn't sweat him, I would '
Broke in an utterance like her own,He said nessing, fomenting, or talking about a fight. K" Uncle Tommy,"said Sam Reynolds, "you his face. He again recovered his late position all friends now." -The reader- need bring him before to examined, and if
Where hIY.y.laJd him !" Then the Jews who Then, indeed, his deep.sunken gray eye assumed can tel us all about it if you will ; how will of which Bob endeavored to deprive I I hardly be told that this was Ransy bnmle. you dldnt sweat yo b him die and

cameFollowing Mary answered through their tears. something of a living fire, and his tongue ho fight go 1" him as before ; but, missing one arm, ho fail Thanks to the Christian religion, to schools d-d." hm l b i'
44 Lord! come and lee!" But lo the mighty heart acquired a vocubility that bordered upon elo. The question immediately drew an anxious cd and Billy rose. But he had scarcely re. colleges, and benevolent associations, such -
That in Gelhsemane sweat drop of blood quence.[ Ransy had been kept for more thana group; around the square. He raised his teeth sumed his feet before they flew up as before, scenes of barbarism and cruelty a that which ANarchy in Sculpture. The London Sjtcc-
Taking for us the cup that might not passThe year in the most torturing suspense a to the slowly from the head of his walking cane, on and he came again to tho ground. No fight, I[ have been describing are now of rare oc. tao in describing a piece of statuary which .

Made heart the earth whose tremble breaking, and cord the upon sun afraid the cross comparative manhood of Billy Stallings and i which they had been resting ; pressed his lips gentlemen I" cried Bob's lends ;r-.u the man currence, though they may still b occasion has been exhibited in that city, tho work ofRafTaello
To look upon his agony-the heart Bob Durham. He had resorted to all his i closely and thoughtfully together; threw downhis can't: stand up I Bouncing feet are bad things ally met with in somo of the now countries. Monti, speaks of the wonderful cxc- .
Of a lost world' Redeemer-overflowed, usual expedients to bring them in collision, and eyebrows, dropped his chin, raised his to fight in." His fall, however, was this time Wherever they prevail they arc a disgrace to cution of tho design a follows : 4.
Touched by a mourner's sorrow Jesus wept. had entirely (ailed. He had faithfully report eyes to an angle of twenty.three degrees comparatively light ; for, having thrown his- that community. The peace officers who The effigy of a veiled Vestal tending thoeverlasting .

Calmed by thoee pitying tears, and fondly brooding ed to Bob all that had been said by the people paused about half a minute, and replied, right arm around Bob's nce", ho carried his countenance them deserve a place in the flame, is. a curiosity in sculpturo .1
Upon the thought that Christ so loved her brother, in the upper battalion "agin him," and "he 6 Sammy, watch Robert Durham close in the bead down with him. grasp which was Penitentiary. HALL. a feat of art. The figure is the size of lifo ; its .:
Stood Mary thete: but that lost burthen now was sure Billy Stallings started it. He of the take maintained Bob's clothed in robe and veil thrown
hear beginning fight ; care of William obstinately prevented pet- a a over
Lay on His bean who pitied her; and Chiist, stated that the the
Following slow and groaning in Himself, Billy say himself Jim Brown, that he Stallions in tho middle of it ; and sec who has ting on him, and they lay head to head,seem It is Westminster jewelry the installation wont by of ho hen envelopes the face, shoulders, ant
Came to the sepulchre. K was a cave, whip him, o any other man in his battalion ;" the wind at'the end." As he uttered the last ing, for a time,to do nothing. Presently they Marquis of at part arms-this veil it transparent.Not .-
And a stone lay upon it. Jesus said and this he tol to Bob ; adding, Dod darn member of the sentence, he looked slyly at rose, as if by mutual consent ; and, as they louis Philippe to the order of tho garter, was merely do you discern tLc covered forms '
"HU Take motstafeed je away the to stone." Then and lifted while lIe his soul, if was a little bigger, if he'd let Bob's friends, and winked significantly ; rose, a shout burt from both battalions. most superb character. In the centre fvhere they acuaJy swell out and touch the veil, I. '
eyes Heaven the JewsA ver of his the celebrated Ar-
dthe diseiplea bent their heads in awe, any man put upon his battalion in such a way." whereupon they rushed, one accord, to 4.0h. my lark 1" cried the east, has he foxed lordship's badge was but you you can see through the veil underneath t
AM trembling Mary sank upon her knees. Sob replied, "If ho (Stallings) tho't BO, he'd teJ Bob what Uncle Tommy bad said. As you 1 Do you begin to feel him He's only cot diamond, valued at 15,000 guineas. hislordship's tho full and delicately finished fea-
The Son of God prayed audibly.He. better come and try it." This Ransey carried they retired,the square turned to Billy's friends, Beginning to fight ; ho ain't got warm yet." ( sword also displayed a massive diamond tures of a most beautiful face ; you can detectIho t:
ceased t Billy, and delivered it with a spirit becoming and said, with a smile, "Them boys think I Look yonder I" cried the west ; "didn't I one of the largest in the world, weighing retreating curves of the profile, and tho Jf
And for a minute's space there was a hush, his own dignity and the character of mean that Bob wi whip." tell you so I Ho hit the ground so hard it jarred 90 carats and valued at "20,000. The swelling form tbo Jip with a space between '"
As ii the angelic watchers of the world his battalion and with well calculated Now ain't ho same man has laborers on his estates who that softly but flesh and the C
Had stayed the pulses of all breathings, a coloring Here the party kindled into joy and his nose of a pretty man -- -
To listen to that prayer. The face o?Christ to give it effect. Theso and many other fastened to inform Billy how Bob's friends a ho stands 7 Ho shall have my sister Sail have to support themselves,wives and children, covering gauzo. lou are deceived. Working :
Shone M be stood,and overhina there came schemes which Ransy laid for the gratified bad deceived themselves a to Uncle Tommy's just for his pretty looks. I want to get in the on about two dollars pr.week. and provisionsnear in the transparency of tbo marble, with
Command as tweie the living< And with a loud voice He cried Lazarus! ject. and Bob continued friends and try. and thickness of his material that the
Come forth !" And instantly, bound hand and foot Billy seconds were busily employed in preparing my kinsfolk.uI r. .
And borne by unseen angels from the cave, Ranty had began to lapse into the most tan themselves for the combat. The plan of at. looked, and saw that Bob had entirely lost Tho common fluency of speech in many fracted lights 'suggest tho forms beneath,
He that was dead stood with them. At the word talking and hopeless despair, when a circumstance tack and defence, the manner of improvingthe his lef ear, and a large piece from his led men and most women is owing to a scarcity of which are not cve. Tho artist has chis.
Of Jens the fear-stricken Jews unloosed occurred which led to a settlement of various turns of the conflict, the best His right eye wan a little discolored, and scarcity of words; for whoever is a dIed the fon of tho veil, and in do. :j;

The And bands Mary,from with offthe her sad foldings Tell thrown of his aside shroud, ; the long-disputed 'question. mode saving wind," dec.- dec., wer all dis. I and the blood flowed profusely from his maier master of ,language and hath a _mind ful of ing s has painted the veiled face in the light ?-

Han to him swiftly, and cried Lazarus It i.lid that a nundred gaecok will live cussed and settled. At length Billy announce wounds. will be apt, in speaking, to upon and shade glancing through the marble. Ho
My brother Lazarus and tore away in perfect harmony you not put himself ready, and his crowd were seen Bill presented a hideous spectacle. Abouta iea of both ; whereas common speakershave calls it vno scncrzo, and it so ; but it is much
The aapkin she hadpoand: about his head. a hen with them ; and .it would have been to the centre of the Court h9use thir of his nose, at the lower extremity was only ono set of ideas, and one set of wordsto more-it i a very beautiful figure." it
And touched the wins lips with her 'fearful hand, with Billy&Bob, had there been no women Square ; ho and his five seconds in the rear. of and>hs{ face 1 swelled and bruised that clothe them in, and these are always ready (
Aid Lay OB on their his neck faces Ml weeping., Lazarus And while all in the But there were women in theworld At the same time, Bob's moved to the it difficult to discover in it anything of the at the mouth. So people come faster out of a Remarkable Properties of Guano.-A native .

Took Mary by the prostrate hudand they knelt down and from them each of our heroes had same point, and In the pry The ring human rsag much more the fine features church when it is almost empty than when a of** Down East,"describing with characteristic t .

And worshipped that loved them. taken unto himself a wife. The go laie was now formed, and for a moment the silence which carrie into tho ring. crowd is at tho door. exaggeration, the remarkable properties t :
were no to tho enough for me to i of Guano as of J
&rnger prowess of death reigned through both battalions. It They wer up only long : promoter vegetation,
I .ld die WHEN TO DIE. bands, strange a it may seem, they pre was soon interrupted, however, by the cry of make the foregoing discoveries, when down Influence of Women." There is some says that :few hours after planting cucuni-
**MBlhe binllhea whvp the day to lingers her soft bright downy the nest west, suraed a little upon it. ** Clear the way I I" from Billy's. seconds ; when they went again, presisely &before. Theyno thing to mo,' says Byron, 1 very sofcning into seeds, tho dirt began to fly and the vines tt&br I 1
.TV1. be hum of the away bee >, Dot heard on the hill.wee. ;. The two battalions had met at the Court the ring opened in the of the upper battalion sooner touched tho ground than Bill relinquished presenco of women ; some strange influence como up like a streak, and although ho started fa !
A _the,woodland and leased the hamlet are still, louse'upoo a regimental parade. The two 1 (for the order of march had arrangedthe his hold upon Bob's neck. In this he even ifone is not in lovo with them.I .- off at tho top of his the vines overtookand t j
t'_" -.wearJ bean earn no longer abide; champions were there, and their wives had centre of the two battalions on opposite seemed to all to have foifcitcd tho only advantage always feel in better humor with myself and covered him. .peo o taking out his knifo i'j
Wi& tbe.sweet..9. to4epart at the still eentide.AM accompanied them. Neither knew the other'sI8iy II sides of the circe) and Billy stepped into the which put him upon an equality with every* thing cl and
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: > ARI:REL1UIAN JOURNALISTS VIEW OF THE f V'the Jftw }'u-k Glolx.GEN. Complimentary to Prtridtn: Jadton.-All : the men wcro seized, bound, and carried back Correspondence owN i
.$' WAR. T YLR', POLITICS. who hare any knowledge of tho subject (d intO'British The fate of tho DISMBARKA R -
psios. pr.
I $ We find in the New York Herald the fol. The TTjj'rctj labors in 1 long, heavy column the New Hawn Register) well lnow ) : ties arrested CRW July 1, 1847.
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: : lowing aiticle on I the Mexican war and its article, to alHw that .ncrl Taylor is a whig, when President Jackson found thai the speculators : Did you ever see a cargo horses crd C
'a i < From the J\T.\ O. Pic, Ex. 2t*< itut.ARRIVAL
of Vera Cruz The .
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translated! from harbor
s consequences! Belgium a whole w big and nothing but a whig. We were monopolizing the public lands ALABAMA. in the '
DC bat Social Organo do la Democrasic : followed it through expecting to leo it adduce with the bills doubtful banksandwere pur. OF THE STEAMSHIP CRUZ.RETCRV would remind you of your first buffalo. ,8oot& I
** No matter how tho Mexicans may act something that it might claim plausible cvi. suing a system which was working great c- STILL lU'ER FROM! VEI' and when the wind is fresh and the waves of your
now or how much they may boast and dis. denco of its assertion' But a we looked in vils to honest settlers, and which wu enriching or GE: PAHF.DES TO MEXICO. high, it pssi something of the ctose'of
play they aro ruined That nation is ale vain. The sum and substance of the e\idenct i rash speculators (a troublesome race,) (His SUCCESSFUL ESCAPE ITO TiE INTKBIOX. confusion ." The frieads

'v9 t 2 ray uhuntr by the exactions of:mitar is about this : The Efjtrcss heard Mr. Cork.j he put into efFect tho famous speiccrularl Tho steamship .labma. Capt. Windlc, arrived is halfa mile from shore. The horses are church j L
\ otcrment nn almscd by a gang rpa.ciou screw say that Mr. Thimble' Tw ist tol which forced speculators pap Ipccc- this morning Cruz, having ken to tho ship's side.ono end ofa long
ignorant cerymen. The United that Mr. Pta Straw had: heard Mr. ging. "mint drops" and other hard money, sailed thence on tho 15th ioat. attached to their neck tho other thrown that w?
;. States haro now : tho fate of bottom alTiim that' Greene Fuurricibung had bad tbcy4 bought. The good effects of this Quite the most important ney by this arrival tho watermen when they aro establish a
.:t Mexico and the friends of civilization over hoard I LouUtil'c! declare that ho was statesmanlike measure were soon si1ec. is tho return of Gen. Paredcsto Mexico. sed overLa drawn to the stern ofa boat to com.
the whole world, ought to desire that tho United for Mi.In.llico ion him, FOR him," three times ulations! wero stopped-tho At :last accounts ho was in Paris. Ho reach. The 'horses come up ,
will never surrender their fato into tho that was evidence enough of Gen. I were throttled-tho public lands '\r saved cd Vera Cruz on the 14th ult., in the English their plunge stark mad and disposed to erect .
k hands of an impious association of monks and Tavlor's o\.cr-U.1 w hi soldiers. Union need at-k- for cleat! er or more lucid vast immoralities were prevented. As usuil, Tho steamer was telegraphed about you ever saw throng about the ship, eager ws i wt.i.:
.1 : Upon this subject,the government of Mr. evidence of the General's political affinities the federal leaders] grumbled at this wise polkcy 6 o'clock in the morning from the castle. the prizes as they are tossed to them, and i i t'ed
Polk has not yet taken :any resolution ; but than this but the true hearted Americans all over the From the steamer herself private signal was careful to consider whose head or
wo sec, with ,great deal pleasure that the But seriously.! The Express afil-cts to 10. country; approved course which was soon thrown out, known only' to English merchants, boat is broken in obtaining them.
newspapers in favor of his administration propose lic\o that the Democracy: aro very much worried 'followed by tho best rosu1 The few croaked that a distinguished personage was on board. tween the shovelling, laughing, racing
I : different plans of direct and indirect occupation about the GencralV: politics, arc very anxious : the many: And this is only one Preparations were made for bil immediate re- fighting of tho boatmen, and the efor of cnti. I i
. ; i of Mexico, till that important coun. to know hat they arc. But that paper case, r.mong many, where federal grumblers ception bv his friends, but all was still! as mid. horses to break away from them, ,
try is made capable appreciating liberty. was net'or more li.tkf1! in the world. The have complained cia democratic policy which! night. The steamer anchored and Don Mar. becomes laughable in the ext reme. O 0 for
r These papers arc of opinion that the expen.ECS contortions" "grimaces" to which that greatly) bcnefjttcJ the miss of our country. tino, passenger from Haranna, leaped into the ally an animal slips his halter, when the Ta
': of that occupation wi be co\ered by tim paper alludes! are to be f found only in the whig Since the working of PrcMdent Jackson's frt bout lying along side, landed on the mole is up and fifty boats after him on the embr
m customs received by United States from ranks. The Democracy know enough about course is fully scon, it has been geneially ap- an Wtut to his friend,Pope Zamora,borrowed -a man in tho bow of each, using his ia F.r
i ;.. the Mexican por. None of these papers Save od! Rou h and Ready' politics for their pres. proved ; and now for the application. forty ounces, three horses, bat, coat and servact cord a a lasso, now throwing it at tho por.
: 'i ; even mentioned the idea of having an diplomatic ent the proper time thoy will It is known that Euigland lately ]been and was past the gates in less than thirty of the horse, now at the head of some to thes
.t difficulty with other countries.)They purpscs.t all that will bo necessaryon troubled! with a speculating mania for building ai'mitep, with a fast horso and a clear track. who is outstripping him, and equally means to v
tt think (and with reason) thtthe.Eurpcan this mooted point. For titer present pur. railroads, which has (listurbed the currency, The mail from the steamer in tho mean timo ted, if he throttles the man or halters the for pat.
:tt1 cabinets have at prscnt. hato pose it is sufficient for them to know he is no Jnerted it from its prop.r.| chlnue and so interfered came on shore. Among the letters were some There was a little incident while the .healthy
: future, more and moro domestic embarrassments more of a whig than (;en. Jackson ; and that with business a to alarm Parliament to (the Collector and others f.om Gen. Campbell vcston was being unladened of her horses therefore,
r f which will bo quite sufficient for themto his views on tho prosecution of the war, on tho and demand ihiek promrpt t attention.Afierduly .- our Consul at Havana,disclosing the fact terday, that would have pleased you. .
manage without interfering with tho business fin'lhc Balk Question, on Abolitionism, looking at Ihe ,speculations and considering that Gen. Mariano Parcdes y Arrillaga, ex- Cot B. had a fine charger on board ofwhich sort, wo
of tho new world. Talif 01 Mexican Tom "shower-bath" their bad results, Parliament enacted President. of Mexico, .had' taken., .passage, on. had toMwondcrful stories during t the I thi is all
I One of the first and greatest services which I Whig ( bo fully known and proclaim that the applicants for railroad charters thould t.'IP: steamer nnd direeling mem to looK out and as 1)Oththo Col. and his horse had sickly
F tho occupation Mexico by the United States ed quite'ry-wi as soon as the Whigs will want to seethe I pay over in pcc a cl.rail per ct. of tiio f for him. Tbo information came an hour too quite a favorite among the passengers, al second
i will render to humanity will be tho piercing dcelopement. proposed capital ; which specie vas pledgedfor : late ; the bird had flown. Wo gather these sembled on the upper guard to sco Black of country
: : of tho Isthmus Tchauntcpcc, of which Mr. Meantime, we commend the foJowing! scrapsof l faithfully carrying out the tlIWflhl char tacts from one of our correspondents, and below tossed oierboad. He was a noble connec
:1 ., Folk's government i is seriously thinking, in. 'I histnrial knowledge to the understandings tcr. And it seems this >j eci* rlatio" in we give a letter fiom another without having black as a coal and fierce a an .Arab. healthy
I tending to begin it this cry }ear. The glo. of our Whig neighbors byway of a comforter. the charter ba< tnI.t to slop speculation, limo to ponder upon his speculations as to the dashed the sailors and hostlers about at : / u noh.
Ib'; e3 rious enterprise, which the friends of Mr. Polk The NowOrbam Southerner, ppoaking vfGcneraKTaylor's (which.dreaded! in Eng'and'! ns well as here,) influence of the return of Parcdes upon the ful rate, and seemed indignant at tho jdoa and
affirm will bo finished in time to be ascribed |>oJiical: : sentiments, says : :\.tfd many |lKndin.'i! amil:1 restored busine war. being tossed into tho sea in so rude : I
I I t as one of tho greatest remembrances of the Wo have inner hie.i ml him utaltj: hU creed ; *;.to its wonted channel-I Hence I it n'ems Wo are 11'c11)pained, to ICr of the deathof But at last looking up to his master as : for Leon
: magistrate's administration, will render( still but ire /-.wolhit he tins an original JacKsun that tho wis.II of Parliament cirjldde\ic no Cot "' of the 12lh Infantry. He :.s to ask ifit must be done, and seeming to i the con.
; more ridiculous, possible, our monarchicalgovernments : man. When (;en. Jack"nn was a candidate better inoile to pies cut troubles than was a. rcpiesented to us by tho ]last arrival as derstand that it must, he dashed two each cir
Europe, when they will be tho second lime njjaiust Mr. Adams! General d lnptr by PresiJenl Jackson in similar circuni- conialcsrent. but ho died the evening of the to the deck with a swing of his head, Quincy
:i': compared with tho great republican govern- Tailor and (;(1. Twiggs wen- stationed] heie. stance)The- government of both COUltl ics 1'Jth inst. He was to have commanded the an old tar into tho scuppers, and, rearing \ ,confer
meet oflho United- States. They look] to acliic a part 'lor Old Hickory, wished to picicuta>t ciils. and both took train which Icf Vcr Cruz on the 7th inst.He .- Icntly, cleared the waist at bound, and VIur
In fac for many: centuries, uropeans that tic Secretary of war was written to, and liko melLo to correct amid precedure," as was on the 13th inst. cd head foremost into the sea. October,
: : have talking about piercing the Isthmus Taylor and Twiggs were banished 10 lothefron- Mr. JcireiMjn has it. When wild speculations) The company of Capt. Hailc, of tb5 14lh He came to the surface of the water, a suitable
of Suez which is under their hands : and all tiers of AI ansas. (;en. Jackson reciprocated 1 raged in America and England, and a correction Infantry, reached Vera Cruz on the 12th inst. fiercest living thing you ever saw. His This
t: the governments united together, or separately their attachment." was needed, both countries resorted to was immediately armed and left the same eicuing gleamed with living fire, and he seemed t ia
Vti1 iy have not yet produced a settled plan for But to give a moro minute history of his political specie clause1: ;" both giounded thcmschcs for the scene of action. There had termined to walk upon the water. One we may
4 ; : that enterprise. Within a few years, the course in by-gone da)sand up to a not on something solid-on f'rr firma ; and the been no further arrival from the train, which boatman approached timidly to take his .
Le4 French government has projected a canal across a very emote period : In lb'->3 ho resided in expedient was alike! in both countries to cue was deemed a good omen. No further couri. but a gnash of his teeth sent the old man oar
;).ti the Isthmus Panama, and ham taken possession Kentucky, and welt for General Jackson.- existing, and prcxnit prospective i\ils.: Thus cr has arri\ -d at Vera Cruz, from Puebla.- bling into tho stern: of his boat, and the to
i1 i1fL t.- of tho principal part of the Island of When, \Iy: Clan's perfi'Jily, in H2.j, G : time which is the test of all 10remcnt.*, has One care through on the 12th inst., h)the struck off resolutely for the shore, with institution
Tahiti, as a depot for obtaining! supplies be.e Jackson wis defeated, that Clay light ner\, proved lie wU'Jom (democratic policy,whichin nay Orizaba to a commercial house. ITo whole shoal of boats at his heel It \a be, lie
twccn Panama and China ; bat: the Isthmus made by .VI tins Secretary of State, the whole the progress- : olwisdoruu and C'rl.cPI| iUcplcl let Puebla on tho 7ib. lIe rcpMtcltht the de perate chase-:masquito: flee\ be raised
7 : of Tchuantcpcc will be opened by Mr. Polk Kentucky went with Taylor. From liJo has been followed in England. '\hcl wi army commenced its much day agreeablyto against Black Pomp, tho charger. Some we shall
.. before Louis Philippe and] :M. Guizul hate: finished to 1625: Taylor} was the most determined! advocate the advocates( impulses and the supporters announcement. the men threw their lassos at his head in the

!1. #' reading the reports and surveys of the { Jackson** election. Ho was gratified circumstances: begin i to duly appreciate and Vrnv Cucz, August 14, 1847.It the precision of practical hunters ; but place to
explorators that they have sent to Panama ; at his election ; went with Jacksol on candidly follow the policy of the friends t f" fixfd is with mortification and regret that I hoiEO seemed to know his danger, and Con
and then tho Sandwich Islands, where tho the Bank of the United Slater" question( : riiciua! ?'' hate to inform you that Gen. Parcdes passed his head too low to be noosed. For a the loca

; Americans have already a (tort,wiserc them opposed the Balk ; W.tatined in Carlisle, a our city this about 7 o'clock, the issue was doubtful. But all tho to build.
I as a depot in navigating to by accidental colonel, in the United States army in 1532, Wo cut following ':-01 an exchange pa through in disguise, and before morning it was ascertained that were at last distanced, except one, that kept give .
road. and was th<" advocate of Jacks m f for reelection er.re have not examined] the work.namtII, such was the fact he was far out of our reachon place close to the animal's haunches. of
How excellent has been the operation : otd for him ; sustained him on the but, presume the paragraph may be found there his to tho city of Mexico. He tried his rear batteries upon tho Tom
made by Louis Phillippc and his ininiblrater tariff nucstion. and was then an :'onnoneiit of as Mated. The statement! is not ICI was He arrived way this ou the royal mail but couldn't elevate his heels to do te 13th
They have conquered, with a great deal ofdif. the tariff; in shout I sta'taimu'mlJacksoi"s administration I made at the timo of the occurrence rdt.reJ steamer Te\iot, under morning an assumed name, and ecution, and struggled forward the muc of
foully, :kingdom of somo miles, and they throughout in nil its principles. In to, but did no! receive much ciedit. The cap. entirely unknown to tho captain of the ,vessel.(j perately. Tho chase had become of educa. *
possess now hotel which will now never ac. 1836 he resided in Louisiana, where Jie now tain of the vessel, however, who took the individual As soon as the vessel came to anchor he immediately The boatmen that had been run off the in that
:. commodato :single traveler. resides, and sustained Mr. Van Burcn, ando. in question, as a passenger, out to camo to tho Mole in a pilot boat began to gratify their grand passion, and : the right
*: *' By expressing their gratitude to the pea. ted for him and was at least a democrat in Smyrna, in 182G, still resides in this neighborhood and proceeded through the heart of the city to bets upon the result-the rabble of boys I upon
of the United States who take thus to and entertains doubt that ho was
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pic care name and I principle until 13U.: DO the residence ofa Mexican merchant, to whom the 'beach yelled like so many young cuntics
: bind all tho nations of the world to themselves, Since then wo hate wen no evidence of the veritable M organ.-Frccmasomi's .JUaz. IIH1 made himself known, and obtained from and Col. B. cheered on his steed from will beat
: the learned men of all countries will confidently his whig,and hc'should zinc. ship, with the genuine soldier's enthusiasm.Tho Annual
turning no reason why : him a round-jacket, a svmbrcro and horses for
:; hope that the people may never bo prcvcn- unless it be the assaults of the whig upon him A (; zenovgli Morgan.-In Standish's'Slwrel himself and servant ihe ranch" horse evidently heard his voice at .
ted from accomplishing their great mission." and al those engaged in tho war-ihe refusal of the Mediterranean.' published in without a.ndtl\bamoscd One hundred dollars reward and would half turn his head to look at him.fc'f' terri
to him resolution London, 1938, there is the following curious ceremony. The nnhlo animal canriedwiuhhhn this both, vro
Whig Legislatures tote _
a offered for bio arroot a" coon as information
hit-ofT ,
: We find the following nicely piece thanks: and the like \biggish acts. paragraph : :1 reached Col. Wilson that he was or I pathies of every one. Tho drop of an tbe most
: of good-natured satire going the round of our 'I met at Smyrna with a renegdt, who had bad been in the and effort was madeto would ham been hailed with a general or we
city
,1 : exchanges. We are ignorant of its paternity, I TiE I INDEPENDENT: IREV'RYWe renounced bis Christian lives as a arrest him, but the "every bird had flown" and But the boatman gained him. The fa ought
but all will admit the writer holds a graphic haxo but a word to say in reference to Turk. He is a native of the Urited States of given us a specimen of assurance and cunningthat man's hand was upon his mane, the
: pen :Columbus Times.$. this Guxcrnrnent measure, once (the terror of America, by name Morgan, and is charged: would do credit to the father of Yankee e'erJloy had given him up to the no at-
** This is a curious country Its history Whigs and their allies, the Banks. I has with having revealed, what has resisted the importunities tricks rearing half his body from the Georgia.

!. would afford ample matter for moral lectures, been in operation now a year, nnd has pro\cd of tho wife; and tho cunning inquisitive Tho Mexican merchant who assisted in Black Pomp turned upon the boat, and We are
sermons, and philosophical disquisitions upon all, and more than all, that was predicted of Ihe world over namely, the secrets of the is Zamora, and during the her a blow in the bow with his fore foot, I !-
human nature and the ends of w'ernmelt.- it. Freemasonry. His life at home was threat search escape for Parcdes Pepe his house was surrounded. made her timbers crack again. Tho ao

What a strange fatality hangs I was according to Whig predictions, which ened. His credulous! countrymen believed Tho officer entered and was assured by Sr. men drew back and gave ur tho chase ;
.' f tunato republic Tis painful to contemplate.To arc ever falscto! destroy all our Banks,by draw. that bo had disappeared in the falls of Niagara, that Paredes was not in tho house.- crowd lookers on sent up a shout to tho ener.
bo sure, a little over half a century ago, ing their specie. The Banks, on the : but I.o found safdj i in flight, rind i is regardedby "Z'U0r Has he been here," was the question asked, (tor that startled the buzzards from their t ba
numbered three millions of English cOltrirj *'
wt we only never had much Land the .\ babe. to
the
so on : rll'lcrated "What ting places on the most distant spire of If
Fl'ce Yes, replied Zamora, cry coolly.
nation of
freemen
colonists mighty
: now we arc -
it has been -------
in
: operation. It was to create did! he asked the American. He introduced and Pomp swam to the shore unmolested.10 gen
want
f. ruling the great continent from tho At. trouble to the mciclianU, and the Assistant C/scaling tIle (;il.rc.-\ve: sec a story going himself, Gen. Paredes and pranced about in the surf for a few this one
; lantic to the Pacific. 'Tis truo wo have: a Treasurer would bo unable the rounds that Keidel, the murderer mo as John
the ,
to count
I goldas wll of his
victory,
bravo and asked me to befriend him, aud I toM' him thatI evidently very proud
boundlcsscommcrce, a a gallant "
army fast received. On the recently suicide in the at !
a as contrary: it has commitel prison would. Ho then asked me to let him havea then like a well trained war horse, wal go -
navy,innumerable statesmen ofdiitinguishcd i created no trouble awl there has been Pittbburg the gallows, is really alive from
; received cscapo to his master's servant and em
quietly
which I furnished
hat and horses up
.
learned and in word, all g.e
ability, at the House and kicking, of jackt .
that wrier and (1t"l O.c tlr hundred having: Icrfurnec ono immediately: and he has been gono from head to the bridle. Black Pomp has
things greatness thousand and for three the most ingenious d Albany
one day; the lion of the
dolars here hours. You aro welcome to search, camp. S. CIO.
two
what does this avail 1 We
are
power-yet us weeks, nearly a a week has been received his escape that has ever been recorded of mortal above ?
3 always wrong-always criminal in the eyes iho .h milrl. the hich is but I can assure you that you will not find him
by & Treasurer at the Cui- 0:1.r C give statement- a me, may
hero and what I tell ia There his Iron Carriage 117&ecls.-A
r Heaven and Earth. Wo ham throughseven you so. are carriage
gone tom Houi, counted! and again paid out, with second edition of the John Colt mclodramaia Fla.
I contests, fought bard battles, gained vic less iu'.u\'cnieuce by far than the samt amount the language oflho paper from which we coat "and hat, which you can take along if you entirely of iron, and constructed upon exhibited .
is
scientific being
like. principles, now
nevertheless 'all the
tories. We
,
arc
wrong ia bank-notes' the
; could} base been. lear story :
I l mention that letter sent Ira Holmes, of New York State, and
: time."T ron in 1774, when opposing the Domestic .The that is a forgot. to a was Mr.
exchanges were so tory goes
tl regular,
Ic\.cr Uirc'counstl the Arrcrican Consul at Havana inform the "Double J-Dishod Metallic
Britain by 27.
imbecile of Great -so said the cUed
; tyrant and foreign exchanges have been in our fi\or man who i is cnpaI'c of exercising a powerful "
: \ lories. Wrong in 1812, when we proclaim- ing tho authorities hero that General Parcdes Wheel. There is a double row of slim .
.. ever since the magnetic .
Independent Treasury went into any person upon I
sailor's and the O\'cr was oa board, but it camo to band too late to spokes with counter-sunk heads, diverging
. .i. ed frcetrade]' and rights flogged operation. We no longer bear fups and whom lIe chooses to exercse-it ;; that during notice of
. '.a1 British a second lime-so said Il fC/ downs in the Money market ; of today his intercourse with Reidl!, lHd accidentally do. 'nay' goo. ternately from where thoy are also .' Su
threaten. l'xlaniol hardily an American hero but sunk and effectually fastened-tho
Wrong in 1833, when Gen. Jackson
rcfclrictions to-moriow. T ; discO.ercd that he was to
p ed Franco foi the indemnities. Wrong in longer having Goxcrnment to the mesmeric influence. highly idea susceptible struck him what felt that ho could crawl through a gimlet thus drawing both ways, and throwing Flor

:fl tho Black-Hafk war. Wrong in tho Creek with, their business, is kept money within speculate their that by this means ho might cape. Arrangements hole when the astounding news that Paredes, much of tho weight carriage upon the *
tho Santa Anna Americans tho lower of the wheel. Tho
war. Wrong; in tho Scminolo war. And sworn enemy to to per as part watch-
anl} and smooth. were made A
-. means everything goes snug accordingly. quantity and and tho who that of arch. Should tho iron t
in tho with to peace, only man at ciplo is an
wr&ng war
now again Mexico ; Ueiilcl
", With tho great inllux of specie from abroad, of blood was conveyed to in the cell, granting
I : loll when will the present situation of can partially re- boo break, which i is scarcely possible,
to Whigs. Pray us, attr
.. toy many together with tlio largo amount received by which he was directed to throw over the floor. a
; : America ever be right where hero is fighting Government for duties, had the banks control A strong dose laudanum was left for him to store tho confidence Mexican peopleand wheel under ordinary circumstances,could one i a
bo dono We do inspire them once more with a hopo to be made to fall to pieces. It ha an
; .; to really, sincerely, amiously of this vast turn, we should have seen at this take exactly) as the town chock tolled a certain we can
; dcploringly! distrcssedly!, and most vehemently time a far wilder spirit speculation throughout hour, immediately after taking which, ho was conquer their enemies, had passed, unknownand ingly light and graceful appearance, it is is
I" hope* wish and cravo to sec our the has been wit to cut his arm to keep and to unmolested, intoand; out of tho gates of our liable to get out of order, andO at ; by
yet ever ,
country than up appearance
I country right o nco before wo die." nessed. Thanks to the Sub.Trcasury, all this place himself with the blanket ropo around his city. He wi :jno doubt make every efor to ed can be purchased at abut half tho cost bills to

; ,.. _The.Ounce Lcllcr.-For the. .benefit of our is prevented ; the prospcrly of tho country is neck. The powerful influence the macnc- reach before. .Gen., Scot .. 9. tho ordinary wooden .-Salem, 1 stock de
ji subscribers we publish this ariclc. We have uncLccked-al the great interests! of the coun. tizor was then brought to bear o upon the system consequence WIJ no doubt bo the overthrow Jersey, Standard. State.-
I Santa Anna and ho will take in
.' been at great pains to ascertain bow much trr-COlfP'iCC .Agriculluic Manufactures, ffthQ prisoner, and by this mans together most likely operation
for fire An avior- hands tho reins of Government, crush all at- Yankee trick Pilot. One day f sound
.. can be tran6Iite cents. &c. were never more flourishing ; and pros. with the laudanum which be had taken, ho on a -
; dupois ounce 219 grains. Wafers ono pciity and happiness abound throughout the was thrown' into a state resembling death, and tempts at negotiations, and head the army in ,I week the Crosskirk pilot boat boarded the It i not
grain. Sealing vax,usual qua ntity,five grains.A remained i this condition until fio was taken I person against General Scott, should ho think merican brig Eurotas of New Orleans,
sheet offbolfeoap weighs 172 grains ; letter land.Such i is the moasltr Sub-Treasury. Y. away in a coffin by his brother, oa Friday afternoon it expedient : but ifnot, fall back to some place Captain of engaged one of the men ,and
I .5' paper, 133.-Stal envelopes! 42 grains- Globe.AMicnti. ; the mesmeric influence was then! beyond the city and prepare himselffor another pilot him through the Pcntland Firth, who people
large 52. Yo can tend : letter 300 miles thrown on and the escaped prisoner then len:" and pCI haps better occasion. At all events to have a barrel of flour for his fee. The by te
for file ccuts, containing : the sheet of oj}J1la Isabella.-Tho Baltimore he is just the man that the Mexicans have sel was safely piloted through Ihe Firth, yet &
'I letter paper with three bank notes, sealed Sun says : I Jiritish Ou'ragco.i JlmTiCal with wax ; ore Ictier with three banknotes In the political wOIM,lie most prominent this head the St. Louis Republican, of tho llth Gordo, and now that he is with them once supposed barrel of four, which, on have no
, i in an envelope. Haifa sheet of letter paper. item of news i is the abdication by Donna Isabclla inst., gives the facts ofa case which it obtainedfrom more, there is no telling what m'ghty! events turned out to bo nothing Lut.a mixture of
],1_1 t.' with a hal eagle enclosed under wax. A'' of tho throne of Spain, a result, howev.er a gentleman, a few days ago, whist at may bo the result of his return from exile. um, rope-ends, bits of woo flour, and The _
.:.f 1 J sheet a dime and 3 half enclosed secured which might have been anticipated. The St. Peters, on the Upper Mississippi. affair Zaballa, a Mexican, whom, it will bo rcmem- corn, tho sweepings of I The bo in
.fi J by wih A single thccf of letter paper young queen has been the victim of old and occurcd in tho Sioux country, on tho headwater bered, stabbed three Americans about two tain bad come from somo port in Ireland, the notes
's't: ; with waer. eagle enclosed, secured by U.II' merciless intriguers ; tho subject of a plot of the lied river of tho north, several Weeks ago, has been tried and condemned to was bound for St. Petersburg.-Ca dollar
\ q1lart (
,.'I.t I A foolscap' in envelope scaled without tbe-means to counterplot ; and to cs- miles within tho American territory and from twenty years' solitary confinement. This Chronicle.Politics. with
. with a wafer. One and a:half sheets of letter (rom tho ceaseless annoyance to which the line dividing us from the British coloniei. grand scoundrel has committed no less than ite a-

.rMI.' : paper secured by "'8 or wafer. These cal. cap been exposed, it is no, matter of epe- A short timo since, some British troops, a four murders, besides dangerously wounding of our Soldiers.-The Detroit and
w culatioiis are bated upon the ordinary letter cia! wonder that she desires lo retreat from tho is alleged, deserted and came across into the others, and when tho city was surrounded hewas Prei states that out of near 300 soldiers should
paper now In U. By using very thin French inauspicious eminence to which she was, by I American territory, and, some of them entered turned over to the new authorities a a gono to Mexico from Michigan not 30 any
;.: paper, a greater number of sheets go to the circumstances, entitled. The'succession is in : into the err.plnyofthe American trader?.- notorious scoundrel, and Mr: Holtzinger was WHIGS. shooW

1 once, of course.-Phil. Sun.I the Duchess do Montpensier, and hence tho Subsequently. a British officer, with a force of particulaly charged to see that by no means The Indiana State Sentinel_ announces__u_______ Idrc.
"1.\' ;: The Wrong Man l/ung.-A printer agency France in the matter. Spain, how. I regular soldiers, came over to tho American this man should bo set at liberty or alowe to raising another company volunteers, cr.
young
i named Boyington who served his time in the ever, it is not to be expected wincquiro eith.or trading station, and arrested these men, asser. escape, but stilr. II. let him a don the recent requisition for a new o only
ii'j;I office of tho New Haven Palladium was hung rest or prosperity by change ; for a tingjlhat: they were deserters. Against this pack of oter cut.throau to try their hands and says that just previous to their departure ,
: a few in Alabama, upon a charge lasting suspicion will attach to the succession act of invasion of our soil, and insult to our upon tho AmeriCns, many of them havo vote was ten to test tho politics of each. V* on-
j, Te:1linc murdered with whom both in consequence of tho French alliance national authority, the agent at tho station re- gono and joined the guerrillas. The was as nincty-two will at
. of companion folo\v
h having
I II ,. he was travelling. Ho: his innocence and the mode by which the present Queen rnonstratcd.Ho Last o\eniogtbo remains of Col. L. D. Wilson ocrats and two instil*
I protected is had neither the the were escorted to the by tho 1st Infantry ,
without avail. land. will be superseded. I an apt commentary authority, or means grave shoulc
: lord to.the lut house the lcccntlythe was upon the monarchial system-another and efficient resistance ; nor was ho disposed to protect' and >\ largo concourse of Ajncrican Quick 1VzJ1es.-Mii flour and cold con

". ted,,confessed il whO the crimo on his death bed 1Boyington 1 I-- auxiliary in the promotion of republicansentiments tho men against a lawful seizure but hi earnestly citizens. The coffin was placed in a vault together to make a thick batter. To a b ru
,1;,: was a man of fino ,talents -and may I the proximate cause protested against the Driis government iu the cemetery wore it can bo conveniently of the flour, put six beaten eggs, a table spoonful .
anaprepcsscuinglpPCaranCO.WhOSe young ] guilt was of a convulsion that hake Europe lofts exercising high upon our soil, obtained by his friends. of melted butter, and a teaspoon of salt.
1 deemed only from tho fact that ho centre." and IhU too, without investigation, or the shad The U. S. sloop of war Saratoga is anchored Some cooks add a quarter cia pound of a a
; i ili S -. the cncuifo person seen with the murdcrcJ ow authority from tho United States;t His i jpfl' the city, where eke. will remain for and half a nutmeg. Bako them immediate'y. b

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R DIAN-: ;ence=oTthe of its"interetenee1wjth Bank of England.'*the* prevent price of tne cotton bad?efectj -. .The; 'Ho.ae o RepreaeatatlTre 1 *..aft Ibe --a-trfwnpk 'of T figwa-liberty. WA-bare- :.. ot-. WI-'wvMthorixedto_- _fuuwanea WILLIAM..L:. -To &agar-:Makers*. .....-. .

'at beheld, SUCCOM ,of one of C.CAMPBELLE.q.u a candidate for Clerk of the
England would still the of The Journal of Commerce contains not.mrJylhe SUGAR COOLERS, DIPPERS iJMERS, aDd
larger letter from
pott oa r a
t io boldest sense Circuit Court of Leon the October
de to the. good County at ensuing .. Sugar Cooler (or cooling sugar can
q .LZT VI ALOKE." cotton, and her Bank would have just aj much power its Washington correspondent,dated Aug.25, which and justice of the eYr bet its election. be hid at the Tin Manufactory. They are DIed Iw

-== to control the price of that portion .it has now is important. The sum and substance o it is, that cess and this, Cunitr.our t w. prevent its burning. Also, Dippn Shimmers and

Saturday, September 4, 1847. What would L the effect when it exercised that notwithstanding the whigs may hare a majority o constituencies.- "i oo .popular (oWE are authorized to announce NICHOLAS Drainer The Drainers are made different from

-= power Would the home market benefit our plan Ibo mcnibert of the House of Representatives, the N. BRANCH as a candidate for Tax Assessor and that those of list season. The** oa band are M mad

jj.tamp Meetlaf.-A Gawp Meeting will com- ten any in that ey nt Ccrtainly not ; for when democrats have a majority of the STATES,and in the Florida Volunteer*.-.Capt. on'8 Collector for Leon county, at the October electiou.r I We .1..111.they can allO.be hive drawn the after Copper the sugar Dipper u *ready ctlld.for-

.'h BAM at the Centenary'Camp Ground Qoincy, cotton would b forced down in England, it would] event of the election o the next President being company voluntects arrived her on Saturday WE are authorized to announce JAMES W. the sugar season, anti beg oar customers to call anJ

October 8lh. R. H. LUCKEY. also fall in this country. To believe otherwise. throW the House the choice of a whig U out evening I last, on board the schooner Tal. SHERWOOD as a candidate for Tax Assessor and examine& them.
AURUS12Sl$47.
To COFrCtO would b to suppose that our manufactures would] of the question. The letter is as follows: Inb: S< and sailed again on Monday morning Collector for Leon county, at the October election. 0 .

Fair bu been received, and.hall be keard give a high price for colon when the manufacturesin WASHINGTON, August 23. for New. Orleans. Cap. I*, is dctermin- Bagging and Rope.
Play" The result of the election in Tennessee silL deprive cd 05- WE authorized to announce JAMES WILLIS !
ia
the
J. communication could not be admitted England were getting it at a low one,which would consequence of prevalence of the
ia oar next Hi. the whig party of the control of the choice of New remain as a candidate for the office of County Commissioner 75 PIECES Kentucky flagging 00 coils of IJoi-c.. 1
j he allege They arc roffejentlvweirbtv. b an absurd supposition. Our manufacturers hue epidemc in Orleans to at sonic I. for sale on reasonable term bvBIRCHETT I
I but (or the reasons a President ia the House of r\'prelntatin's i In case at the election in October neat.y .
i as keen an eye to their interests as any others. They the election should fail before the people. But neither convenient tyunt on the Lake, and from thencecommunicata & LINDENBERGEK. ; :.

Oar Bmimbridft tritnd it hemrtirf Ifcanked for the GO not sk protection and a nome marxet inroug will the democrats have the control of it.- 'with Gen. Drooko. Wo think WE are authorized to announce JOSHUA W. Angust2S.1 47. G I -1Sj'

seek these to make their business Two States-New Hampshire and Georgia-are c- this a highly' commendable step on tho SAUNDF.RS candidate .
contained in his letter. We shall carefully pure generosity. They par at a for the office of Tax Assessor Boots and Shoes.
information
qually divided-and give no vote without a com-
can of the
Ho is determined
it. and if necessity presents,use it I for more prosperous, and to make themselves and sill gallant capain. not and Collector at the e lection in October next 4.
preserve promise South Carolina will stand aloof, .GE."tTSlJUpern1f Boo's.! Gent'* fin*pit.Bonier*.
throw tho lives of his
the purpose intended. We trut we w era undcrttood wealthier. I it not absurd to suppose that men ac- not vote for the whig, bank,tariff proviso candidate away men unecessarill'cnsae.ctltz Or- WE are authorized! to announce THOMAS Shoes. Gent'* calf Brocans and

remarks by our reader. tuatcd l I.y such a motive will suffer their rivals i in nor for the democratic candidate.: It i H to L presuaied !. JJemocrat,Avg. 23. Gaiters. Mcn' lip Brogansrvrrivrd from New Or
in our CAKNAKD as a candidate for the oOicc of Tax As
that Wisconsin will leans by the Schr. Tallahassee and for rale
low
to have the of low be very
while rl'pr(1utlbfore.
England cotton ,
is informed that >
Oar Fort Braden correspondent advantage l'cLruary. IblC' and of course, tb tluUbr ( .1l'arsil.-The U. S. si cam frigate Mississip st'ssoranI Collector at the election in October heal.f by BIUCHETT&. LlNDE."i 1oRGtU.: :
his effusion came safe to Land.but we are constrained they are giving away their wealth to keep( .cotton represented will bo thirty. The Marylandmay pi. inived hero this morning and came to an- .\Ut:1l.f 2S, Isl7. 6 .

by sufficiently weighty considerations not to insert high ? Few men in the South can be deluded into be tied,but the whigs calculate: with confidence ch'TofT (the Naval Hospital. We supposo tolathi f 5/- WE are authorized to announce HUGH ARCIII1R .

it. for the present at least. \\'e shall avail ourselves such a belief. on the majority of that. dolccition. The whigs will. her sick As there has been uo cuinmunication as a candidate for Tax Assessor and Col lee- Polka Slippers. $

of the privilege accorded to us in the' Not-a- The Sentinel, then will have to diconlet its have States thirteen, including States ; the Wisconsin democrat, and will excluding have fourteen So. between her and tho city wo arc unnbfe ted, at 'the ensuing election in October next. L.\OJ F.S' fine Polka Slippers. Iwwlie hid Tie*.

j jn"-{.Vffa Sena we suppose he tacans,)-and complaints against the Hank of Upland frr its Carolina. The dAnocratic candidate can stand no to say whether she has brought any thing ;- WE are authoii/.etl to announce JAMES L. CliilJien'j Morocco and Kid Shoes. ri-Cejveil
[ New
for whose complainst against our Whenever! that Bank chance at all. lut; the independent candidate ruin Orleans and for sale by
ihow it to our friend especial benefit tril) wi liter. HAIiTas a candidate for Tax Assessor and Cwllec IMKCIIETT
&
LINDENEERGEK.
oar correspondent seems ty have* let himself out," chooses to exercise its power, it will do so i inJepcn the receive whiRs the should vote of finally South Carolina for him and they Georgia.will pve The U. S. store-ship Electra,Lieu Coin'dg.I tot for Leon County.at the election in October next August s-s, to 17. C '

aDd should he insist Upon1ts appearance in our col- dent of our tariff, and until our manufacturers be him fifteen State VIC more go I than the democratic caadidato M. A. Hunt, sailed tiom this part on Sunday Ot/- WE are:authorized and requested to announce

amos it will be published with pleasure. Justice conic more willing to sacrifice their interests to the can possible get. If New Hampshire should last! f for Vera Cruz. Passcnrs-Dr. John JOHN DAFFIN candidate for Tax Assessor FrcnchGinghamsFancyPrintsAc. ..jA '4 51

sJj U be done,u though the heavens f,U." interests ol, our llatel than they have jet shown go for the independent candidle. by way of compromise .\. Kearney, Fleet Surgeon and Purser Wm. M a SMALL assortment of French Ginjhams,Fancy .
he will be It i is clear cnoncli I hat no tl and Collector at the election in October next.Ur .
n themselves lobe, the exercise of thatposcrill L choen. : M. Kenuon. .ZJL l'rinlJ.1'II1'ICIOli( Cin5hans.Csettunades. IrUti
out and out cm.iJ.tn: ran" Im .hn..n bv. Ihl Linen Fine Bli-achrtl Lowell ,
nal
Legislative Ticket. attended with the name cflects under any tariff we State delegations l nut; ---- n Wo h'ar that the U. S. t=chr. Flirt, Lt. ( THE friends of WILLIAM II. ANDREWS No. I, purchased in New Shirting Orleans, anal offrrrd on nrg4 low 4 1 1'I

We have received a letter from JOHN CAKOX,Esq., may pass. But I have no idea that the election will come be jCorn'g. Palmer, will sail in a day or two to respectfully announce him as a suitable candidatefor terms bj BIRCHETT & LINDENBERGER.

declining to place himself before the people of Leonu The whigs are very seldom willing: to adopt cnl fore Congress. On the (contrary cither tho democratic ,join vpiadron./ the odico e.1 SherifT Jefferson County Fla., at Augu"t29lSI7. n a
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candidate to represent them in the General Assembly. their own argument on the subject of the tariff in o.the independent candidate. will be chosen The U. S. mailschr.On-ka.hy-c, Lt. IJerry- the election in October next, believing that no one '*
by an overwhelming. the whig rank anti .
We regret tbi.,as we know of no man who all their length and breadth. They descant very file will not support any but I I bank. laritf and proviso man Com'dg.jfrom Key West, arrived here is more Jescn the office than he, or more worthy; Notice. '.: 3

would be more acceptable to the people. His dccli- earnestly about the benefits of competition ion which a candidate then G('n. Tailor cannot bo chosen ; on Thursday J last. lassengers-JudgeHIcIIacand the tufTrage of the voters of Jefferson. COL. ALFRED A. FISHER n my ntLori/vJ 4

nation however, gives our friends in that region cf home marketvill give i to producers when the market and the regular democratic candidateill sweep ev. Mr. Mallory, collector of the customs M.iy 15, IS 17. MANY VOTERS euit during my absence from the State.* .

the County another opportunity to suggest some entered sell their !hut when these cry thins before him. of ll .. _. JOHN W. LEV1NUS.Aucjuit2 .
to the -
gentleman is products, The democratic convention make such issuer |port Key Weil.-I'cnsacvla ( : ----- -- ---- ; IS 17. fi
from the many in their midtt well enter the market to K the wi Am 11.
among same producers buy goe< a will insure success to candidate ,iz : nobankthe OIFICE OF THE SOLICITOR or THE TREASURY, ,1a.
qualified to do the County and the State good service -I advantages crrapt-tition arc to be denied them. In tariff of IMf-and the extension of the August 17, Ibl7. NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that an applica- .
We have heard I Missouri H'ntiiifi the Florida QE-LED PROPOSALS will be received at this be nude to the Lcgi latorr.at its ',
in the Legislature. the names this latter case, our mmuf.cturcr: are to hate the compromise principle' to any new territory : neat
of several mentioned cither ol whom wouM be control of the maiket, so that they have full liberty that may be acquired. These issues arc not to 1 IK- THIS FALLF.NVoKLI> Of OUl.By :'-. 5.3 office until the S-'ith day ot October next, at I :I session f',r the pa.aic of an act to incorporate a ..
very may successfully met, except Lan. independent alec! un o'clock at noon, for the purchase of the interest of Cank tel be called! The Bank of.Middle }'Iorwa.II"I :
,cceptable lo the people; and among them we would to exact what price they choose for their goods .\ -
hedged candidate. Ic.WVV'1 ARTIST. thu United States at law and in equity, of the pro 21, 1517. 5
came B. G. WARING, CEO. E. DE:NIS. F. R. COT- \hcn tJir interests are concerned i is unjust to !('rllit'rl."inaftt'rdC ,upon| the terms and conditions .

hit, J. L. VICKERS and THOMAS LAYLR5AGEESS allow competition ; and thus they pretend that competition :,- A Rhode] Island paper thus raps the \\leIgs; for .All was lost."-.1/ //Mi.Ixwk mentioned below to wit : For Sale.

The three of these gentlemen have served in the has their pertinacity in calling Gen. Tajlor "awhi i ,*' LANDS LYING IN TilE and fertile Laml -
frt is useful where planter cotton to STATE OF TEXAS tract of in Ci>-
-. in spite of his declarations to the not for sympathy unfeign'd TilE'ell.l.nown
toe Legislature, ana ,'er useful members. The sell,but when he has goods to buy it is not to be en 'I. puhlislt rOltmrl: East Florida known. Charl- : I
.Stick toil. Gen. Taylor i is certainly a whig, a In this dark, fallen world of (.uu. Ferry, containing one hundred acres of land cleared .-
latter ;
(
to gentlemen a intel nt planters, and dured. Why ? Because if the English manufacturer o''I
whig all over-say the whig papers. Ask these paws Thou hiMv'nly one, whose heart i i" pni-iM -1 I and at this time jn a fine state for cultivation with
from the fact that they manage their own affairs is permitted J to compete in the o' maikcl if bei is in favor of Bank arid they don't J"Jt. To know earth fiowrsIV1.ep all the necessary buildings for Inc comfort of the .,

veil,we think they would prove equally n home in with our manufacturer, the latter will be undersold Ask them if he i is:favor of Distribution,*' they our produce no n farmer, such as Dwelling Honse. Kitchen, Meat "

the Legislature. We drop these hints that our and ruined. Under such a ]policy as this of what don't AUDIT. Ask them if lie 1:in favor (it, lice larilr not, that Cowreti, pure and bright, :'I -.. Iesciij.tioii&c.n ; luusc, Store Room, with all other buildings for the
think cf 1S42 and they Jun't know. Ask them it he- goes For many long; bcclouJed u.e of nciCTO houses. Also, good Stables and Crib,
friend the and years j
bestir themselves
may over matter Use is a high price for cotton,when all,and probablynot ?
the "hig doctrine of builJin wharves around in- Have fuTJ to cheer thy aching iht- and a good ferry Flat, all of which I will sell low for I
as the time is drawing near for the election.In enough then is to be paid out in a high pricefor ternal" frog ponds and they don't know. Ask I bl'l C< I ca-h. Persons wishing to purchase will w _tllio .
(
the meantime, we authorized to that if he is the Hare .il'J to soothe thy flowing tear call and examine fur themselves.
are announce goods ? Would it not be better, so far a we are opposed to war, and they don't hnuic.
the following gentlemen have consented to place concerned to the market control iUelf? This Ask them it he i is opposed 1 to the annexation of more Flr tender is thy heart !-for those 11 1':. -"lIIud waitwout. former own- REBECCA CHARLES.
le territory, and they Jon l.now. Afk if he is LIMb lunlcn'J by t the lire of gain b Mar II J er.Tract. Columbus, Fa., August I. I&n. 5 4m
themselves before the tll .
people a candidtc for the policy forgets that we ha\e goods tobu) as well as in -
favor of the Wilrnot pro\iso.and they JOI't lnUll. Alone can shun! earlli'a bitter woes, (If land granted by the re.l'u'lic f
Llatre. and we hope that the voters of the cotton to sell. Why ould not competition be allowed Jut they will swear on the comic almanac that i ia < 71'1 oC Tt'Xas to y.. Bar.bnl. Lumber Lumber .
While fair flow'rs bestrew the
Cuntl wi duly canvass their qualifications and in the one cases well a!jn the other ? "llianvut.andu'' wheig-fifty times a day! i i n jlainKritiiJ.liij whcoseattorney was Frost t

merits, and if they find in thee no unfitness, give But, to. return to the more immediate subject ol asked to." I thou art-y.t sclfi-h-t t Thorn.situated! at thc forks ojrivvrt ']'IlEuealesigned i notifies the public that his wand -
Knows thy immortal Ioyia.c anti Angelina ; L Grist Mill erected U in
their pure part ; recently now qoojvorking
with it in C3- The New Bedford that Tliom3
Ee ,otesr. the we heartily Je'prccatingthc -
.Ululrstates
which i is
Smtiul. a i ii noplace for thc thy birth grant more particielarly \ condition and is sawing 2fM) feet daily.fe .-
HEPSCSENTATM-ES ROM LEO.N : conduct of the HoUL ot England, and in lamenting 1 W. Dorr died recently in Iro\'iJcnce. Rhe in
B. .F. WHITNEU, its cxtiaon'inary power to disturb the money : GO\.V. )had lately bl'cllade a citizen of New \lolc'. HLAV'W, from whence thou nil IJY'ctal l'lores. to said Y'. he shortest notice, with the best mate-rial and on

the market theproductsofagrieulture. hampshire Legislative enactment. When God's o'erfluwin and lote Bart.c. under date If Jane a.4 reasonable terms u Any here else in the State
A. E. MAXWELL market, to the gtc-at injury ot for express power
; 23. I SI.I.containing 10 itiO. .Acres The distance: from Tallahassee is only ten miles, in a 4'
L. O'B. BRiNCH. But, we tru.t we are more .Mississippi f.'. S. Senator.-The Govcinor ol Prinluc'd our \votld-this Ii3'ltss] cactI- 23! labors, lr I IS.t 11 Suiit h-ye cat direction.

consistent in this matter than the Sentinel and its The sons of God,' in realms abovt, "'1-, Alas, one certificate of land is- There is attached to my Saw Mill a Grist Milt ..

party.: Whilv it sees the e\ilstich an institution Mississippi h3110inle.; Col. JEITIRJON l\\is. With song did celebrate its birth. llcd Ly John T. l\Ia on. on ,which is in daily OK radon, and grinds as good mealas
The Weather and the Crops. I. Senator : in Ibct(f the lute Mr_ behalf of I thegovernor of Tex- any other mill in the country.

The 'eatbe has been v unpromising the can inflict, jet it favors the establishment e>f a simi.l. Spl.ib. The Jackson Mi; i"sippian. of tIC; 13th' Twai: Hea"1 enlarged province bl it. a.. anll Coahuita, dated June J. G. PADRICK. .
ry
for the last three months and past lar one here. I can point out the dangerous: ult. says of this appointment-" No selection! could U'r.I.ich immortal should j>rei planters
1ek-ode of the Bank of England but in Bank of the United And Man, the Son of CoU'j delight, 'l1 '' Also tine oIlier cert ificate,of the
: have given reater satisfaction to I the whole State
speak discouragingly of the the cotton
I'rospcch States, which is to control all other banks here, and Dress'J tlen-eaith with Etc hid biitlc.] same tenor md date of the a- Tax-Colleclor's Second Notice. ';
crop-the others being abundant. No lear are than this. Tie official term of C l Davis: under hOyt!. for a like number of b.lW
control the Then all love and acid Ilca I
fear.It
,
it to
money can see ntthing Wi peace,
mark.t. 1 Which said lands
apprehended of the although there are this appointment will continue only until the e-K-c- were conveyed
cater.piar. imagines (hat what is poison in England i is the lion of a by the Legislature, which will And sweetly beaia'd the winged hours I'y .Imud Swart"out to \Vm.y THE und.r igncJ,Tax-Colleclur for Leon coiiiify, *
their but the is far ad .
.i o approach season so very reverse here. We should like to see the whys Snatlr On those whom God had kindly giv'n It'Jn late president of t the notifies all tax payer of said county that ;
that not much evil ordinarily could be meet in January IC3t. he will attend at the between the
a a Mount Savage Coal and Iron following places
De and wherefores of this difference.It is not enough The rcanig countless fluw'rs.Fair .
by them should they now come. The weed F.eu'! Company, iii trust fur thee use hours of 9 nut 12. A. M. of each day for the |> ir-
ice its and Thisis that we should suffer from a monster Bank abroad Tennessee.-The Nashville Union, of the 11th Eve, on mother didat thou |>roc & benefit of the United States, pose of receiving their State and County Taxes dueleer :

i changing color sbedingatringly. but we must have one cf our own to refine our !uf.ferng. ult., saysMr.. Stanton is certainly elected to Con. Tbsl unworthy?-f.tc hour hy deN bearing date of the the present year, 1S17 :

in consequence of the continued rains which are This is whiggery. Because others pieice gross, in the Memphis district, by from SO to &J When thou lust cease thy God to love 31st day of December 1512, At Ceo.Monroe's,Lake Jacksnn.on Monday.Sept. 13 t
drenching section the State. An intelligentand and r'corJed January 6. 1513.in R/fd's Shopon lamonia LakeonTucbday," 11
every
our sides, we must plant the dagger in our hearts.- majority. Our Congressional delegation will therefore In his tnt image-the sweet tow'r 6& i
Mannin *
experienced pUnter assured us two Liber A n,No. V H. foIin.N ton, on Wednesday, 15.
daJuincethat Most beautiful logic!quite excellent \higery !- i. stand six democrats and five vhig*. The whig s lladst thou around thy flowing hair, l9anti 20. in land records I u Pisgah Church on Tuesday, 'a Ifi. IC' *
from he could and learn
a ses it was opinionthat It is wonderful that our people should deny' themselves have 6 majority on joint ballot in the Lcgijlaturciitj Or nrck.cr breast, a wreath ('ntwinc. of AIltan county a. lary1and. Reard's Store on Friday, a' 17. t

the |>r.M .i crop would f.l U-U taat nt .1. thee rich blessings ot :UanB so oltcn imploringly u.. Iofc"u. in the fn4tc. The whig majority '- Angel would have been whisp'ring there, a. Roach's X R iads,on Saturday "IS. 1
lift This to be the belief. Benjamin Hale's,on Monday, CO. i
year. appears general LANDS LYING IN TilE STATE Of' FLORIDA.
for Governor is between .
bOO 000.l'iom
or
them Eve hadst
proffered to by the opponents of democracy. And thou, sweet never linl'And "
Fort Uraden School House Tue' f
,
We hear of little cotton picking in this region. In on ljy. "I. 1
this elarktorld we now itiplo. TUI.Ill JlJ.C $0I1I1ilDuoal count Tallahasseeon
eif
and Flida
truth, this be out of the question until we hate the Washington Union. ... WednesdayThursday ,. I
"i -- -- -- \oul(1 iiinioriai still, RflU urigui, b I II. Len is II. Errant, &.c., former owners. the 'Jtl, 20J, and 21th Septe-nll"'r. ,
weather. For the four five there Washington ELECTIONS IN ENGLAND. .
d lat or days editors. Andc, the of God, adore S7'Jan.: f| 2ii I Lot No.6, in square No. 2, A. A. FISHER
f lu been nothing but rain, rain,rain with very little It i is stated that Mr. John C. Rn.s. the famous The results of some of the parliamentary Mil matchless l love and boundless 5'i) .c Half of lot No. 3, & Sheriff ant ex-officio Tax-Collector
The weather-wise insist elections have mih Containing together 1)1& feet by 105. August 1-1. 117. 3 C
apac clearing up. of the late no loss famous Washing. disappointed and astonished .' !

i tt September gale is near upon us, and really f3allrtnu"Glul, purchased the duelling ground of some of the most knowing calculators in En. Oh slay thy hand !-but thou hast ate CONDITIONS. Fresh St. Louis Flour and Bacon

., there i strong indication of it, aa we hat chad within mad nlb rg. or the part embracing the spot on land. Tbr accomplished Maraulay has been The fruit forbidden !-and for this I 1. Each bid must bo, for a separate number on the for ale. ,

; a day o two several severe put of wind which which the noble Decatur wu killed by Baron. The defeated at Edinburgh by Mr. Cowan, "a pa. Our world has bafllrM-sufilrs jet M-hetlule.' &.C., fur cash ; to be deposited at one of the :

bring forcibly to mind the destructive blows of bygone >cr-maker and advocate ofeicise reforms andbeerdrinking" The loss of God, of hcav'n of bliss following 1.1aCl"t'.l totlec credit ot the Solicitor of the JUST received per schr. Tallahassee on consign. .. :
other editors have 15 barrels
Washington appear to bCCni fortunate Treasury, |'ecifinpon account of what particular STAR FLOUR 4
a Mr. Hives, for they to hate made Sir J. C. Hobhouse, a member Fallen denJe-h our world number in the schedule of property it is deposited, 10 i do., warranted equal to any in the ,: '

f II' tt | as extensile purchases. A correspondent all9''J the N. of tie cabinet, is defeated at Nottingham, the I Unlink'd ,elismembeiM. frotn the bki s to wit : Western country, \I.*Ca

t Bank of England "s. Cotton." c. correspondent of the New York Tribune says From I IIeaven bright kingdom thou art hurl'J,. The United States Treasury at Washington, District G Casks clear SIDES 1 do. SHOULDERS. ..
Y. thus of the of these editors
: This is the legal beading which the fine/gives eral speaks success Ly FerWs O'Connor the leader of the char. rCur hat tbou ow'cr, or strength lo ii..! I of Columbia; t the Assistant Treasurer at Boston dium ALSO and-5 boxes very superior Tobacco, ? do. mc- ,.
0 casks
: New York Philadelphia, Chatleston S. C New common common Branely. ;
: to some articles written to expose the swindling tists correspondont of the New York Sin, selfishness, and vice dethroneEach J. It. 'OlnLNl f
and Louis
.Just look at the luck cf our (.Jerl city editors. Oilean-j, St. ; ..
':. measures of the Bank of England"in reference to the Mr. Gale.ba a country scat ; Mr. Scat on has a Courier says, by the son of.Mr. Walter: chief hcu'nor virtueand control Th Collector. .of.the. Customs,at Buffalo .N.._YHallimorc -, August ?. IS.17. 3 .

planting interest of the South, and intended to slow, country seat ; Mr. Blair has the de-lizHful beat ol' proprietor of the Timct newspaper, NUOIJC The God-like mind of l.al alone, MJ., \Viltuington, IN. L.., Sa\'annalllil., -

that where there is so strong a money power opposed Silver Spring ; Mr. Hives has the duelling ground; death has occurred since mla t letter. :Mr. And li'i* iamorlal, Ck"s soul! Mobile! Ala., and Ricunond'a.. ; TODBUFFS DTSEXTEBT CCBDIAl..VO I
Mr. Kendall has Ir Survevors of the customs Nashville Te-nn., Cincinnati .
a place near town Mr. 11 CHS has
;
to W our only true policy is to reject free trade fine falter, senior, deserved well of the people of E'n icnjjliip seeks. vain to find Ohio and HUMBUG! .
just bought a place; Mr. Kitcl.ie has just\ purchased ; .
doctrines, and thus become independent of all such and moved into the Princely lwue erected by Nottingham, and in many respects of Kniland A heart reflcctin; back her own ; Receivers of public moneys at Little Rock Ark., nUT OXE OF THE BEST REMEDIES EVEn tlSCOVi.Ktl .

foreign influence and pow er. That the Bank of England Mr. Corcoran, of the firm of Corcoran Si Kigss fronting at Urge. Sir John felt ejuite certain of his e- For ScldJincsd. pojsc.C3 the\mired, Jeir'rnville, Iced.,Chicago, Jl1.,:md Detroit Mich- von IJOWEL IIERA.I'fCJBENTS.. .,

exercises the power it possesses, whenever Lafajctte SJuarc and the White House.; Gen. ection, and made no special effort to secure Siucu faJLn.: from its pn.u.tly throne igan. WOODRUFF'S DYSENTERY CORDIAL. of
i Each bid be with
Dud Green has number 2. must accompanied guaranty, DR.
sees fit, to the injury o our American credit and t large interest in the a the of mils. nation at the eleventh hour, without} hiown lirit.Dorc. naval officer marshal United district Cholera Infantuin, and Summer Complaints of Chilom -
States
damage our producing interests, we "i not about poor -itorl liter this willjou : How gladly would I \ sphere a collector, dry-n. t
knowledge, and owed his in a attorney. or jxwtmaster, that the Guarantor is S
ut e to deny. I. actionat least twice duiing bUCC.t very Anil. part with those on earth I love, anti the it id for the .\ 11. W.: imiiard, late U. S. Minister lo Etlgiitm. g
the past bu.ine. has caused a in the The l'Ot Office Iion. considerable degree, lo the fact that the newsofhis good, party making responsible .
a.ln. pressure every tie that holJj me here amount. Z4
money market, which very, naturally effected a decline We announced some time since that Major R father's death reached Nottingham onthe Than Ant far beyond the shores.of Time 3. On receiving a certificate of deposite sicncd l>y Dr. n't>cdniff:-JHy Viar Sir:-A few days
the Cordial which
in the price of our cotton ; and this is the fact S. hoBBlE First Assistant Pofctmatter General, had : very morning of the election. l with Pity back to one oft he depositories i : awve-men1 inned, a quit claIm since I received to send meHaving used the you article were pond 1 do '.
The London of the New York relllvk Erlh. all the title interest and enough
correspondent deed conveying right, ,
upon which the Sentinel grounds its argument against been despatched by the Government on a mission to Anti for Eve-o'er Eden's crime not hesitate to pronounce it a meet valuable mediiae. .
weep vIsion of the United States to the described
I democratic Tribune adds : "If liuluer, Macaulay, and property Indeed for such affections of the bowels -
tariff policy. Europe connected 'with the Post Office in this aIwe
coun The fallen Eden of my birth in the bid, and paid f\.lr. will bo executed and acknowledged -
Varrcn three sometime suffer with in the South I know
T reasoning it employs is about this: the great try. A Washington correspondent of the Baltimore popular "riteT. arc rejecl'd, ."lnticlo. Flori'Ia. by the Solicitor of the Treasury. free of at a&I equal to it. DO.thing
tLere
M tines andDr.
f power o the Bank 0 England can produce panics at Sun writes that there is no doubt that the British are stiloncton. Talfolr all charge to the purchaser. Such conveyance will My friend.Col. Seaborn Jones, would have part of ;. -;
> elected J members. free of to office in the United -
any time, which will seriously,injure the cotton market Government will ctrne to a post-office arrangement among Arrival and Departure of the Malls.NORTIIE be sent, expense any post it ; the remainder I have laid aside lor use when 1may
Roebuck is dismissed from IJalh the States as may be requested.
; ; it i the interest o the South to become independent with the United States, which will L mutually ac (on no J AND WESTERN-ArrivesWe'dnesJaji. -I. No bid will be accepted unless it shall be satisfactory nerd it. Respectfully, .
) and tho and hard- HENRY W. HILUAIID.rotn 14
of this power, but it cant do 1 while de ceptable. It is almost completed. !bj. Hobble is working opery cry advocate; of cotton-spinner corn.law Mr. 'riJays and Sundays by 3 o'clock, A. M. Open by to the Solicitor. whether there shall be one P

lori free trade policy prevails-therefore, it is now in Paris, and expects to L equally liberally re- meets with repeal from, the I o'cok. A. M. Closes Sundays Tuesday, and or 5.more Before bids for bidding the property.all persons are requested to Benjamin Gardner Editor of the Sout/tcrn

necessary to resort to a protective tariff, which by cei\e by the Departments there. The Unite Statesare people Fielen. bam, simiartreatmelt\ returned Mr. Fox Thursdays, at S o'cock. P. M. I,. make themselves acquainted with the situation, value I Shield, Eufaula, j&la.

building up o manufactures, will open a home in fact, the great object of competition to all the league orator and Unitarian prcacher.- EASTERN ArriveaThursdajs. and Sundays, and title of the property they intend to bid for, ANOTHER LIFE SAVED BY TilE CORDIAL, .

market for oar cotton, and thus raise as erect and the governments of Europe a our markets will in the abolitionist b G P. M. Closes Saturday and Tuesday, so as to rely upon then own judgment in bidJing. .Iftcr Physician's Mill had failed to J ntfll. I

; free from any influence of any foreign Bank. Thisreasoning the end, be the world markets, and our commerce George Thompson, i is rcturnd ,S o'clock o'cuk., P. MMOSTICELLO C. After the last day for receiving them the bids Dr. Woodruff:-Dear Sir:-I take great pleasure Sin
for the Tower Hamlets.
This in the of such officers of the
( Georgo will be opened presence
amounts to the assertion, that a home market that of the world. Col. Maberly, of the London Mondays and Thur testifying to the efficacy of your Dysentery Cotdial "
: MAIL-\rrivt shall be able to attend and will be
Thompson is well known to tho people of I he department as ; from letting its virtues in my own family. Mrs.
is necessary t keep the price of cotton steady Post Office, has remitted $4OOOfor earning the United otatcs an enthusiast and a fanatic.) das. by 6 o'clock. P. 1(1. Closes Monday ami examined and passed upon as fast as practicable. Gardner was last summer rno t violently attacked .

ud lb. and that a protective. t"if will create a British mail from Boston to St. Johns. .6 Hudson. the a railway king, Stephcnson. the 'hursdays at !o'ok. 1'. M.JS'I Notice will be given promptly others.to each person whose with that disease,and alter all eminent wtdical Mill .
bid is srcepted but to no
bwae had been battled in its cflbrts
to the disease
It is not our purpose now to frame Msi-Not : )-Arrives on remove .
eminent engineer, Locke, equally, eminent, ;w.rua1 permanent 7. The name of the bidder should, in all cases,bow afford relief and
in cool. The Nashville apprehensions to be felt Imyself
Taking or began by
a lug argument to show, what has been so often Clil.hich Wednesdays, and Frida by 2 o'clock, P-
in haud. The
Vto, the extensive railway contractor, Culit, Monday, ). riff en at lengl h and a legible bidder that she would not survive much lon irr, undci -
Iho.that ibis notion of the whigs about a home labored diligently during the recent canvass in Tennessee the builder, Chaplin, the carrier, and Wild, : 1. Closes MuniLi, \\'tOCsJJI. Iud Fridavs, at should give the name of the post office to which com the intense agony which she WAS laboriii: >:.

Barker i sheer illusion; but we cannot avoid refer- for the democracy takes its defeat with remarkable the map.sellcr of Charing Cross, are all tlcccd. Su'clockl'. M. munications for him are lo be sent. 1 had recourse to your invaluable Cordial, and before 4
and marked the outside
be veiled
on
Bids
fLag to fact, that under the whig protective ta- good humor. The following paragraph Wexlnesday, L 7 8. mint she had taken one bottle of jl i relief wa oMaiued; '
Tho cities
th and doroughs from which re- TH.MAVI.LE lAu.-Arlivc. in these words : U SCALED BIDS FOR U. S. PROPER .
tells Low it to show that there i i. no and after taking two was entirely cured. I feel sure ,
tiSol 18W, to this creed ought to us calcatl" M. Closes We-dntsdavis at the Solicitor of the
whch.acding turns have been made, have elected 35! mem- o'cuck. P. 80'cokl' TY ; anti Idieswil to Treas. that I am indebted to lIfer her life. You can UM "
loss the other elections "
a market and raised the ofcotton to demorl. cvmlal"ilh Washington D. C.
hoe price
lau ben of the new of Commons. The M. ury. this as you may *ce proper.
lous
planters obliged to take in that State: Office ill be from 7 to 8'clock U. Form of a bid, guaranty. and certificate : EENJ. GARDNER.Voras .
wtre
o a price members of the parties>s are now 189 lib- 55- The PaL w r/en the Euf.eulaJuly 15, IslG. 'I
mock leu than that When we first commenced hearing I the nexvs,we I. icaidingat ,in county cf j
they now receive under the dc- deliver Northern and -
erals G21'eelites and 55 A. Mon Sundajg 1.10
,
the returns with for Governortwo protectionists. The in the State oi hereby offer the United States
compared !
theotf Wormsforms! : !
J&ooralte rereaoe tariff*>f 1846, by which, according; } ago.e roon found however, that ministerial cause Las, therefore, gained con. Western Mails and from 6 to 7 o'clo-, P. M.,same the um of dollars in cash for their right,title, Jf

.tab saaaa whig creed, the home market would b that wasn't sears apoing to'er. So we discharged the vole side raLle strength. day.. to deliver Eastern Mail. interest and claim to the property described in number DR. WOODRUFFS WORM SPECIFIC I is a safe &
destroyed, price of cotton of Ib45and took that oCI&We kept with that The London in the printed advertisement of tho Solicitor efficient remedy for Worms. Try it. As '1
th ruinously ul'| Chronicle of tho 3d --
force Morning ood the best and M cheap as the cheapest.
: of the Treasury the terms and conditions as
well the first twelve counties.. rut upon
&>WB. Though the passed the act of vote pretty for a authorized to announce tI .
1842
whigs August, mentions the indica.tions yy WE are CERTIFICATES.
anr"lueitCI
report from Warren reached us,of a loss of tmong many therein mentioned; and I hereby, in consideration $
*&ieli was demonstrate, in practice, the truth of and we hunted up the return* of 1 43-10"ol" which the recent elections have allbrdedfa CIIAKLES C. ASH as a cnJate for County Comliaaioner of the premises agree, in case my bid therefor I certify that I gave Dr. WoodnrtTg Specific to achild II

their te jet cottot remained low, but when the Jones last contest-for comparison. That- only did silent but decisive advance in liberal opinion for Leon County at the ensuing election in shall be accepted by said Solicitor, to deposite that of. mine,and in a short t time it brought aw ay 2uuorms. '.
JOSEPH SHIPPEY.Miucogce a
w. believing a different theory, to be true.re- for one county,and the next report was from Mation.of and feeling, there have been none October next.CO stun in lawful money, in one of within the depositories County, Georgia, lIt: j
rorercmarkaUe
mentioned in said advertisement thirty day
PealeJtha of and that of '46, a loss of 11G We now very respectfully notify the
passed than circumstances connected
a ( ton the after billIball be accepted and notice thereof
whigs of Nashville that we are busily en- WE arc authorized and requested to announce nij 1
caad Under the home very with the of Jewish I do certify that I administered to a member of
a lib priceS oar eaged in the vote of last Thursday with return 1 gentleman for the sent to me by mail. my
comparing VILIIAM C. as a candidate; for Tax Assessor .
k policy of our good friends whigs cotton was that for President in 1S40. They will please not of London. The fact in sufTiicntly LEER Dated 1817. family Dr.Woudrufl"ei Worm SItt'cific.aDd it bruugh :
th disturb cty is itsel and Collector for Leon County at the election For value received guarantee to tho United States way 50 worms ; and in another case, it cured one oj i'illY
ek lower than U now under the free trade pol- our calculation ; and if we make a gain on novel and extraordinary an
i that vote \vc will duly notify our friends.. lark in Octrfjer next. the performance of the abtve undertaking by the negro women of Trnia,or Tape Worm.
kjf tat democrats. Why this variance bt'e nportant move in public sentiment. "A signer thereof, in case his bid be accepted. Whitesville.Ca. 1640. JOHN J. LITTLE.I

'l Joctrine and well known Cam I We. are silly $}The number of detthsln the city of New York few }rars ago it may safely b said, the very $:,- We are authorized to announce FLETCHER Dated 1M7.I fti (
*Mcb U believe, that planting willtherf.flk proposal to rescind at tbo polling-booth that WIIlT AKEIl. u a candidate for Tax Assessor and certifythat the above,guarantor is resposible for certify that I gave Dr. Woodruff's Specific lo a
our fen for tbo week ending August 21,was o; in Philadelphia the sum mentioned in the above bit negro boy who was in bad hfmlth. It brought away 4
the price they get under the present : for the same 140. and in Baltimore social and political proscription which Las Collector for Lou County. &t tho ensuing electionin 10. Plats of the lands at Boston can he seen at the immediately I; Woims. The boy soon rrcovvrrd -

j 4tIsentj tariff, and submit to th interfctence of '101. Between 0 m.rrio Wednesday, 16th heretofore excluded such men a Baron Roths. October next. office at the United States district attorney in that his health. THOMAS BOYD. 1;

BaakofEctUnd to boot rather tarn back a August from the common rights of citicuship city and in the Solicitor's offica in Washington. Coweta County, Ga., January, Ib47.
ta And 0 a. m. of Friday, the 20th, there were 15S Lid Uriti ((0- We are authorized to announced JACKSON Bids the of the bidder I
taka Uu would have encountered 11. not performed on part
t I* lew pr they got under to whig tariff, deaths in New Orleans, of which 122 were from Yellow an ovcrpow- J. WHlTEHURST.ai a candidate for Tax Assessor according to the terms specified in the above conditions tQFor sale ly Lcwi; & Ames, Sole Agents Tal-

"** \.u a inducement to do BO,they are of Fever. ring fcsi.lne, both ecclesiastical and popu- and Collector for Leon County at Ibo ensuing rlee. may,it the option of the Solicitor,be declared hassee; also by the following persons: R. AI.nlinK -
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.fered.1 Iuta the boasted home market lar. Any such attempt as that of which we October. null and void. In all cases where fraud may have Leon County; James C.Beard P. M., \;- I

M a ** *or their o shining Indiana -Mr. Owen democrat, who was defeated lat week witnessed tho signalsuceu woul hon___ in been practised against the United Stales,I Solicitor sookie, Leon County ; S. }'. Burner, Miccewoukw;

rad riH. km empty purses. lep o in the 1st district of Indiana, for cngr- not only have failed, but &irrd (jcj. WE are authorized to announco DANIEL may before executing the conveyance declare the imuel Pulettton,Druggist,Monticcllo; James line, fl
more .trdi.1 lO Ib than any i"oul hYO re-elcctiou bid invalid and of no (uincy; Joshua Daviea,of Caddden Po nty ; P. Ba- I'ker
ollow and
traditional ( M d't.d.U.
i been twice elected by immense majorities ntu a Mc1IAErfY.Eaq. w a candidate or
r Wdum about a home market. having half-fclumbcring II. ClLLET. P. Chitlahfwhic(, and Wm Po\w?. Mfi- ft
But. roppoMwe bad a .protective tariff and its was ono of the few members from the frrr t'C tumultuous life luiglt probably bavo reardcd CkdtMCircit Court of Leon County, it' the Solicitor c-f the Treasury, rhant. Marianna. ;iA. I

*>me market, W wwjd that rrcrcnt the interfer ,'hf vnled ajiinst Ihc Wilt proviso. for an c IcriQI. thc'cieulful 'd ti '"Qrtot'J nnt. \ ; i. September '., 1617. 1 Gt .t August II, IS 17 4 )

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SHERWOOD'S -New St and New U. 8.' MAIL.LINE SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, State o Fd 'B the P Cte '1

G Jcrxasov CxaciriT
CJOT.
I ; MAGKCTIC REMEDIES GOLD PILLS AND : I the large r 6 rf.; .the : .. FOR THE REMOVAL A PYIANT'CR William Baileyidm'r.CVT..dt bonit non of John Bel
and.V C ,opposite E Bamard'tDrug OF ALL .'

MAGNETISED PLASTER. Store,and near the Cf and.\t ,,.., : : :.t- -- ,- IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD lamy,deceased,.Complainant.M. -
Market House, will -. 1-' OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM -
fir Clnrie tetesx tt the Or ui and Limbs.tHRONIC 'or. = VIZ Ransom J. Roberts,et a/., Dmi. -
/- DISEASES of the A GL.ca..AftSORTMCXT OF j ; --' -' : : appearing to the etiiCdiob by if.!

I V class Hrpertropby,may invariably Fancy* Silk and Staple Dry Goods From Tallahassee Macon. Scrofula or Kingt Evil lAevmatum, Obstinat the .1. davit mad in this c Ransom J.Roberts.

i4 t be dutinguuhed by the Bonnets Hats, Boots and Shoes.Hardware, t CuaMI ErsptioPimNes.-Psahdes on Elijah Roberts Dui Emanuel, defendants,reside
;:pain which is produced by pressure Wood. Willow, Crockery, Stooe Ware, ThreuR inforty-tw lO. Tallahassee to e, B/"te.,SUes, Chronic Sire Eyes, RingWorm and cut of the aD forda. and that Frances __
on the ganglions of the pistol Glass Ware, Groceries an, Maeon,and to CAalt.fO ill day*, ntte Scald Head,Enlargement Williams, Administratrix H. Williams,
_ nerves, in the iDtervertebral A. in time to take the XI C Pain of Bone and Joint, Stubborn Ue. resides in the Eastern Circuit of fod .
.spaces along each side of the HEAD RIAUC CLOTHING.cos.istizo .\,1.the day. Syphilitic Syntftomt, Sciatica .L l&O, de. That said Ransom J. R" -
p- spine no matter what name may or THE FOLLOWING: Stage leate Tallahassee on Mon y.. Due toe* G&rl O injudieiout I ofMer. / cn't. do appear fm otMA o C4e7tweatitls4N1

1b { _,4bvebeen given to the malady by Ladies' Barie*;t and Muslin in dress patterns, THE a .,and Fridays, at 4. .. eu.' ,Etpoture bp months, said Eanul .,Admx.as aforesaid Act to the 2d I&a-ai)'l
t4p physician,,nOtOlogisft. or other Talon. lie and Painted Muslin-, and arrive in Maconria QuinC.Bainbiidge, New I Lfe. Alto Chronic Cmtiu ? a two from the date of the publication approved on President dy o :18 J!
O Il. L S
;. _*,mP.dica1rtlet. The pain thus Iut. : and Jaconet do.. ton Albany, Americus, .Perry.) on Tuesday,, rillS preparation is a combination hitherto no of this ad shew came why tilt PUt. declare and Vae or-Ado
will be lest and Saturdays at 10 P. M.. i in Medicine, differing entirely le lM t
; produced more or Plain, and stripe C.obriC Thurs) o'dok. II should net b revived, and answer the bi sale will held the t
., : 3 a severe according to the intensity White and black Tarlton Muslin, the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on in its character and operations from the ra filed in this cause otherwise a decree reviving th in the b of a L o a
, of the disease, or its active or i Black Crape, back Bariege, Mon,..Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4 o"dok- rio preparations Sarsaparilla which bare bee same will pass,and the original bill be taken(or dermentioned Fo.fo disposal efUtu!
5.I:1.: .1 T j passive state at the time. Pres- Green 8ui Lace and Love Yells, ..ad arriving in Tallahassee on Tlay..Tbu at different time offered to the public. It act specifically Jtnd it further That a copy of lo ai town of S Marks.CM
..( = ___ sure on the ganglions next above Ginghams,fancy an solid colours, dais, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, line upon tb whole system, thereby bringing i it fe be published in .e O. printed i menciog wit on Monday, t 4th day o O i
tbe first cervical vertebra indicated in the anrtexed Banrt and embrQidcre Shaw Is, connects with the Central Rail RoadSavannah, Au under its influence. Although the Middle Circuit of Florida once a week for ( to :numbered. l
and Western Rail Road ta Co- of healing effects, yet it is entirely Lots two, three,four,six,sevea
k engraving by No. 1,determines tubercular disease of D. and Silk Ista. Millodgeville possessed .powerful months. (Signed) '
the Ga. also with tbeMail Line harmless that it cannot injure the most delicate ten, eleven, ttrel'-, fourteen,fifteen,sixt t
.dl the Head and Brain Throat Eyes or Ears; on FarM handkerchiefs ImbU. I connects ,so THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.
11i space No. S. that of the Muscles Joints or Limbs Linen Cambric Chattahoochie, and thence to Apa constitution. When in perfect health, no ef July 3,1S47. SO 4m teen, nineteen,twenty, twenty-two, tweBtv-tl;:

Jp;.. '4 en the space No. 3, that of the Lungs; en the space Do. do. lMVf, plain, htm. titCbC1 and lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to feet i produced by its use except an increase of appetite twenty-for, 'IIX.twenty-tYD. Sf'v
; No. 4, that ol the Stomach; on the space No. 5, that enibroidered.Black I Columbus in three days and but one night wi.l be ; but when disease is seated in the frame and Jefferson County thirtythirty-onetnirty-twothirty-loBr tbirt.- '
4 t 4. .. ,. .f the Liver and at the letter A,that of the Spleen ; and fancy coloured Kid Glo"t spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macoi carrying fast its| victim along the path of life then TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. thirty-six ,lbirty-gt,thiity-nine,b Coh

;' :. MI the space No. 6, that of the Small Intestines; on Silk, mrtalc: and velvet Work Pockets, The public may rest assured: that every .attention will its mysterious influence is felt and seen; it enkindle T>Y virtue of authority vested in me by law I forty-three (o'f.is. ;
.i the space No.1, that of the Kidneys; on the space Black white and fancy coloured: silk Mitts, be paid to tbe'cooifort of those who may patronize new life and vigor, ant bring health and strength X) for sale,before the Court House .hl i fifty-one,sixty-twosixty.three fifty-two ,- 6n.i.I.k i

; No. 9. that of the Utenw and on the space No. 9, White and black twi>t silk! Gloves, this Line. to.the. suffering and di Monticello expose, Jefferson County,on the dor. tl-lgt. n. sixty-eight, .uf1'f stl=i .
FARE is STRASGKW THA> :
? that of the Testes, &c. Lilt Edwins, Muslin lodgings an Inserting;, : TaUTI FtCoLETi
t It is no matter whether tenderness be found in one Black silk Lace, 1 to 8 in. FnnraTallahasM to Quincy,$l5); to inbriJe, i THK FACTS SPEAK rom TUEoELYEa-Theolow-. First Monday in October next, seventy- ix. seyenty-eight, seventyBineTeSv'eightysix

s:1: or more places,or whether one or more of the organs Thread and Bobbin Edging and Laces, $:; to Alba, ll,and to &22. i 105 certificate i is only great the following property, or s much thereof a will lghJ-teD.eighfy"igbt, BiaetyVlkL'
r ; .r limbs be diseased as the curative; CeI,under the Parl. Parasollettes, and Sun-shades, WRIGHT & SAWYER Proprietors.By I .f testimony to its.merits. Let the afflicted read and pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the : t .ne. Dle-twO.DIDll.lx.nuf1-ight.IJJ.

,.dhvI .. use of these remedies proceeds in one and all of the Irw and fancy Muslin Bonnets, JOHN M. YARN, .\ ent. I be convinced. What it has done once it \"i do yea 1316, yj: DJn. one .on a i ,
r-14' : diseased organs and limbs at the same tinv. To determine Misses !China and do. do. do., 03- Office at the Planter's. Hotel. Tallahassee' E *. S E S.29, T. 1, R. 3, N &. E, SO are dred and three,one hundred and one oe. hi
; .
rI ; the necessity of these remedies it is only Bonnet Flowers and Ribbon?, f BAI LEY Agent;at :hi. NATHANS in Quincy CHARLCSTOW.V, Mass., Sept. 2 1S46. NE ,NEl, 32T.1R.3NkE,40 and hundred ixonehandredandsevenoMhnDdreda and ad eight,

necessary to detect the tenderness of the ganglia ill Lutestring Ribhn., a Qrte. July 17, Is 17. 52 This may certify that v son,. now sYn en NWJ.NWJ," 33T.IR.3N&.E,40 'INWJ.SEJ.2s.T.i.R.3.N&E.40 one dred and twelve te.ohar aelnC O ..
Is" of the intervertebral spaces on either side of the Fancy has for ten years with the scrofulou :0"b.
any noe Ribbn. Let aice :" ; ; dred and fifteen, one hundred
I SEJ.SWJ 29T.lR.3NkE,40N1V1NE" and
These remedies invariably cure every case Black and hose Notce. At the age of seven years he had the measles sixteen one 11u.
it ppine.the first stages of the disease,and a great majority White, brown, blue and slate col'd ditto, months after t'rlnt m\ accounts which probably caused this humor to make it ap 33T.1R.3N&E,4() deed and eighteen, one hundred and nineteen
> : 4)f those in the last,including tubcrcula consumption Misses white and brown do. do., SIX vouchers to.tatc' Hon. JuAe of Probate i in l*>arance in a most singular way covering body All in Township 1Range 3.1&.E.,lying in Jefferson hundred hundred and twenty and one hundred aDd twntr-h.

:1 and white swellings. Incipient consumption is frequently Feather and paper painted .Ias. and for the County of Jefferwn. apply for *discharge from his head to his feet with small tumors. I con County. one twenly-three. one 1I11adnd 11I4
detected by these symptom, even before the Pink, white, scarlet, straw, and blue Floirncc, Administrator Jr bonu rui of the estate suited a Doctor and he examined him SMITH SIMKINS.ShfT. twenty-four one hundred and twentj..j5 Jttr
: cough commences. There is no other remedy for Long Lawn, Irish Linen, Linen Sheding, of Everett a White,late of said i County, Jereistxl. three days in tucce ollecine., not understanding his and ex ojfoio Tsx. Col. Jeff. Cu.June2'lS47 with all the portions( the following wm Jl JotI IIOt

r: the disease is well known to every physician. The Linen Table, damask T. BEATTY.Monticello case,advised me to consult Dr.Ro era,of New York .49 I covered by the donation of ten acres, JIlace t.the

remedies are perfectly safe for persons of all ages and Linen Napkins, Hird's-eje Diaper, Linen Dowlas. { July :3, 1 '-17. OD l Cm I then being a resident of that city. After a long S.F.BURNEYI. Tallahassee Railroad Company,viz: Lob RID.
conditions, and require no change of diet except that Russia Diaper. Crash and Huckeiback Toweling, and critical examination, having more than thirty forty-seven fifty-nine sixty, seventy-one, evtai*.
: ef a greater supply of food. For sale by 6 to 12.I brown and bleached Cvt. She*ting, PH1XTS ONLY. other medical enteJt with him at the same time, .Just Received per Schr. TalLahassee, from Io. seventy-three, eighty-two, eigktj-ive, aDd
MILES NASH Col'd Cambric, white am! l.rown Holland be Sroful or King's Evil. The New Orleans, (really and not poetically,) and ninety-four.
5. At the Post Office Tallaha-see,Ia.sI'E Alpacka. omba nelill Velvet, black isilin, pronunce was thtn prescribed ,and commenced taking now opening, The offering of the abovemeationed lots ,11M
May 8,1847. *2 6m Dress and Furniture Calicoes, SPRING STYLESIs47.LEE medical drugs s from that time. He grew worse unli commenced on the day appointed,and proceed ia tIle
vskt Cruel, of number shade. June of 1S37. and then his bones became ( i PLAID Ginghams: Swiss Muslin, some order in which they are advertised wiz.ill

Needles. Silver Tllimht Fancy Binding, f BREWSTER consequence of the mercury that had been given him do. i Irish Linen, convenient dispatch until the whole shall hut beta
Tap Batieste
kinds, Trimmings do. 'Mosquito Netting. offered and the sale thus clovd. Bat the sale
,
vano'is fancy A of bone came away from his under-jaw, in thaQ
CEDAR
41 STRrKT.NEW YORK, piece
KUTABti" ANT) firun* s White, bro\1 and f.ncj coloured Linens,for mens' Beg lease., to inform Dealers in Dr\ Goods, that they the frt place, a large a an English walnut, a piece Mourning Blk &. white Muslins do. :Cot.Black Osnaburgs Silk Fillet and loe brow!, not be entry kept to open any longer lot will than be admitted.TOtil two weeks andT o private

wear, have received, and are now exhibiting, at Till forehead as large 1 a sixrence, and a piece Printed Muslins | domestics. .' I the week tL
of
Fancy coloured Cotton from near the crown of his head. It then went to expiration two
FAMILY PI LLS : EXCLUSIVELY for d Call
M ,, A and RI:10l'SF lint the back and side. and discharged in three places.- Embroidered Muslins, Given under my hand at the City of Wukinrfoa
: ; _ _ _ Pretty V fanry fwHlm"t foes, From thence to one of his limbs, separating, in consequence ALSO; i this twenty-first day of May, Anno Domini, oa;
GREAT ARRIVAL! Mens' Heady Music Clothiug*. sac(DA8E3, of the ulceration, the muscles and cord :hbd.Bacon Hams, 3 bbk. No.2 Mackerel. thousand eirht' hundred and forty-seven.

: HATS UMBRELLAS fee. ing aU the from the of the ankle joint on the back part.- : Sides 1S46. By the President:
80 Bushels or 23,000 Done of Patent and Cal Boots, I' and pegged, New Spriu"Styles He had bne one time fifteen! sores or issues I S1der. 20 bbls.sup'r. fine Flour, JAMES K. POLI.
Calf Bootee, do. do. do. Of British, French JMantiJaettire; running 10 kegs leaf Lrc Crushed and Brown RICHARD M. YOUNG,
Dr. Gordon's Family Pills !Is from the glans of the throat and those places I huementicnc. La
Fashionable Beaver and Leghorn Hats, ,'hie. in -ADDITION to their usual stock,render In IS-tO I lived in Portsmouth, N. H., i 3 bbla.a' Commissioner of the General Land Ofltt.i .
: vast and increasing demand for this new and Men and Boy? Palm. Hal, thtir one cf the most beautiful and attractive with a Rheumatic Fever "hie June 12, 1547. 47

TilE celebrated medicine, and the numerous Cotton Ginghams and Silk Umbrellas. in the ct.,:andha\irgjujir bet n purchased settled wa in lake hips, which swelled large as :i NOTICE.la

a. : cures they are daily effecting, in all portions of the Hard Ware.Mill FOR CJLSII AM D) SHORT CREDIT, three of the other. Being under Medical a treatment, DR. J. REESE'S pursuance to the provisions of tie Act ef COD.

.. pepsia.country where Liver they Complaints have been, and introduced Billknw Diseases of Dys, cro..O ut. hand, key. tenant and wo Saws, Are offered by the piece or package on the san they gave him laudanum until be lot his reason. LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. I grew to establish approved a town 2d March at St.Marks lS33,eatitJed Florida"An the Act
,tU ,cbiseb and braces,with ort'd, terms, at and below manufacturers prices. Then I became alarmed, and sent for a Thomsonian Reg
with their well known attendants. Sick Headache, Augers of feeble constitutions and those of I ister and Receiver of the Land Office at TiDahasMe
se
His medicine his and his ,
: Knob, stock, pad, trunk chest, Catalogues of prices (corrected daily,) are helped hip resored reason
&.c.ha.e induced the undersigned to make arrangements plte. 'upl'ant. in the hinds of Ilcc The third time he was attacked with this fever i i1S42 in JL dentary habits are often troubled with habitual I will be required,prior to the day of S to ascertain
tx and till Locks, assorted
to receive his stock direct from the pioprietor, > c : bner. costiveness, which often exerts a the value of any iinprorements which.may lave
Pocket and table Knives, and butchers' do., Purchasers will inform themselves of the state of when hearing of Dr. sns' Sarsaparilla, and very unnorabl. I
that .ho
,
their customers theyare
and would say to numerous satisfied that medicines hacfailed influence upon their general health, particularly -I been made" on the lots designated in this prodamatioD
the market and be well being perfectly
Knires and Fork, for examination,
Carvins repaid an
prepared to supply them wholesale and retail, aNew t manifested by not total loss of I ,respectively"aod the purchaser at pibUenlt
RAZORS-Few left of Old Rough and Ready Ra- if they do not purchase.L. effecting a cure, I sent and procured six bot irregularity i
e.tn
j York prices. zjr Strap, &. B. hate peculiar advantages for executing ties, and by the time he had taken it all I considers appetite. In this system, this ar I of any lot upon which there are such improvement
M. TURNER Savannah.
THOMAS ,
recommended with the other than the owner thereof,shall, in additioate
Gorman silver table and lea, Britannia table and ders for ishicb are pectfull solicited. him well. Those places healed-he became brightand aur.ncethlt.
A large stock of these excellent Pills just received, : prints > lively-color came to his face and if the dose is properly not to I the sum to be paid to the United States be,and ber -
ajuste s a
and for sale at 25 cents per box,with full directions. tea. and iron table.and tea Spoons, LEE & BREWSTER, that time till the Fall of IStl, his lpror move the bel too actively ma; be relied I by i is, required to pay to the owner of the iBprove-
coffee and Mills, Kettles
Box, :
a by LEWIS AMES,MILES iASIl.and EDWARD corn rs proenc 41 Cedar Street. troubled him. At that time he became deaf, which upon any or even the least unpleasant ccn I meets the value of them as thus ascertained; and if
and do-r Chains
,
I BARNARD, Tallahassee, Fa., and on enquiry will Lnj. firth trace haler January, 1517. 27 I12S until last March, when his right be sequences resulting from the use of common purga 1 payment therefor shall not be made upon the day u
iron Watlle and Wafer-irons eye
be found in all the towns and villages in the South Wrought *, continue ,which
: from that to the tbe five medicines usually resorted to. I the same was purchased.the lot shall be again
covering
: I Axes Steel Trap, eje
afeted.
and West. Colin:0." and long and short-handle Shovel, M. D. PAPY, sight eve so that he Itf a great measure Persons subject to Bilious Charlie may rely on the I offered at public sale on the next day of sale, and
MayS,1917. 42 Cm : deprived of preventive properties of this medicine b) using it on I such person shall not be capable of becoming the
Snath. shnn "vnthcs, and Hook, sight.
-- reap "vDIBSuIS r L that the the first intimation of an approaching attack. There purchaser of that or of any other lot offered at.laat
Mechanic Tools and Sarsaparilla was only
Fair and ,
goodsi'M-ly, Practice in all the Court* in the MTddle Knowing had Sn' him are some constitutions liabe: to regular attacks cBillioua public sale: Provided,That i if any lot offered and
applied
articles in the Hard-ware line WILL
Many, tnany ment ioned. not Office on the first floor of the Cap' to Mr. Fowle, Apothecary, at an10,1 He Fever almost every fall ; to such the Ui of I, bid off en t the last day of the public sale stall Dot

itol, South wins, room formerly occupud b\ the has taken fifteen dollars worth which has this medicine is (commene beginning to use i: be thus paid for, the sve may be entered at private
Willow and Wood Ware. Secretary of the Tirritor" the humor from his eyes and hearing, and rero.e now by the middle of or tNt June. sale, upon paying to Be United States the ran u

Crnrn, 3 .izl< -Tubs of all sizes, November 15,15J5.: 17 appears to be cured, ar.d radically s. I verily be Those whose digestive ora. are feeble often ex which it was bid off, and to the owner of tl. improvement

Well Bucket, rai'i,nra- and iron-bouiid B'icketj, hero all this latter trouble might have be avoided, periecce a sense of flne., and oppression 3, the prev jf usly ascertained value there-

Keeh-r. Hrt-aJ-trajs!, Woud-nhtasures, .OI EIISKIXC, if I had continutd thorough- of Samparilla I abcut the stomach \i find this oedi of."
u tht .,,. ..... .._ _.
:. .ns .1 : .i:.. .i: By the Act of Congress aforesaid, the minima
THE success of these Pills in caring in a few Willow diair and Carriages, fcr children, ATTORNEY AT LAW when he was under its influence the first time. ..'... .. < .. ". I
where all othe remedies have failed, and Work Uxskcts and covered Market ditto These are the simple statements of the facts of theca Ladies near their confinement often suffer from price of each town lot i;fixed at twenty.five dollars

e .. that, too in cases of twelve and eighteen months Groceries. Quincy, 1'lorlda and I feel it cu duty: to make those facts knownto heartburn and eostiY'ne to such this article i is and of each out lot. at twenty-five dollars per acre
.: standing-warrants the assertion, that if taken according WILL attend the C,urts of Gadsden the public, for the benefit of those who highly reommende as it can be used without the RICHARD M. YOUNG
Young lit-on, Imperial| and l'owchong Teas, the Circuit Court of Middle Florida may b Conauuioner the General Land
to the directions, thy are a certain cure.- afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction let great benefit. In sick or nervous of Office.
1.;: A long list of certificates in proof of their infallibility Rio and Java CoP.ee, and the Courts in the adjacent Counties: of Georgia. cure has been effected solely from the effect of this headache it is innluable.This June 5. 1S.J1. 46 13l

might be added but those upon the directions Butter and Water Cracker, NovemVr22,1S15. IS I invaluable medicine. article wi b found to set a a plersant cordial -
are deemed ct5cient. Try them and be convinced Roe Herring, i!barrel, c.Sntind. copy. HANNAH. BECK 22S Main st. and restoring the appetite and at th The Savaghah Georgian.
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No 1 and ? in 1 I.Mrinl l. I
tiuie fulfilling tin
1"11r.L same ntnhfl f
; that they the most effectual -- --' J. evv 'h:1
and and ,
are certain the I Hujfo/lc, Voston, uctooer u it.au.-i per -
b. very best remedy ever ottered to toe public to insure in Jbbl Folton -rkE-i. No. IWf, NATHANIEL HAMLIN, Icnalhappae I. the above named Hannah. Beck purgatives arinte'de.lto- i.ili p vegetable TN announcing the fact that the undersigned bart
WhitP Dean", Rico dried l Apples and Peaches, and .
; a permanent and lasting care.EBAGG' oath that the above by
Sardine*, 10 gbM scut-d Pig -feft, Factor and fomnmsiou certifcate. will be found in valuable article I associated themselves together in the Editorial
J : STOKE. Lowdes Co., Ala., > JrrrhantlEW her statements an ,especially to those "
of "THESAVANNAH GEORGIAN
BbLs ai.d Jbbls. Hour, Lemon S subsriband contanl- afflicted with Department ,
.Hul"; -OHLEJ.S. Derangement of the Liver.
April 2?, 1515. arc me, Dysppsia.
) we take this occasion to say to the patrons of that
Pearl Starch
:i Dr. G. JK Tyler:-Dear Sir:-This may certify Sperm CalKIC Colgate WM. BuLr.v, Jeflerson Co.) JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace. or General .and to the public generally,that
that after using many preparations for the cure of Colgate pale Sp. brown and toilette Soap, Co1 I_ KiKK'CY, Esq., Tallahassee. > Ri.rrREvcis.: For further particulars and conclusive evidence of Prepared by Doctor J. Reese,Griffin, Pike county. paper hue already been made(or its material arrangements improvement

r; .. Chills and Fever,and expending some forty.fivedol. Olive Pickles Oil;, jotted-afsups l loaf and crushed, uorte, D. LtDD, ES. g& lars in physicians bills, without benefit, I IS 17. 23IjiWLr obtained of BARNARD. Jr's.,
Agents
any procured Scotch Snuff of f several Factories Ftbiuary > may b gratis. spared to elevate and sustain its character as a cwn-
a box of Dr. Tjler's Fever and Ague Pills at Prepare and sold by A. B. &. D. SANDS, Drug- Drug Store,Tallahassee, mercial paper and to fill its columns with interesting -
Mustard and assorted
4 one dollar, which cured me effectually, after I had Spice, m gi.t JI' street,corner of William,N.Y. DA.'IE LADD, Newcrt, and profitable matter. We feel most sensibly
White Window Class
Lead. ,
Putty i Monticello,
: t suffered with this distressing and unpleasant com alsoby LEWIS&AMES.TallahasseeSMITH
that to render the Savannah Georgian such a
Linseed, and Oil pll'ft
plaint for twelve month. I have known them used! Tri Good Lamp PKAtKRSIN &. CATLIN:Pensacol F. B.WHITING.St. Marks, Quincy, as the growing interests and population of cur State
I in thirty cases and not a single box ha failed. I believe chewing, smoking and low price Tobaccoi-s, DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS, OIL, and by Druggists throughout the United HARDY BRYAN, and /alHn.IUI be uprndtd
gcnenly City a diversity of
Powder Shot require
i.c
them to be the very best and most safe and certain Led &c- & States. Agent for Thomas county,Georgia.
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Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &e., Window Claw, upon it; such we are determined to faraisL.We
.'? cure for ague and (ever that can be used,and unequalled }Price SI per bottle. Six bottles for $5. : Ma722hi-17. 44 shall trh'e to make its columns pleasing to ill
> '. as a tonic restorative in all debilitated conditions Or Te inhabitants of the city and county, P VINTERS BRCM1S.S AND COLORS, 03- The public are respectfully requested to remember Deaf and Dumb readers,and while our hnmble support shall be given

;F of the system. E. MYERS. and thni adjacent counties, are particularly requested Apothecaries Class Ware, &c.nPHEabne that it is Sands' Sarsaparilla that has been Aylu to the great principles upon which the Democratic
"h. Price SI per box, with full directions. For sale to call. and see fur themsehe*-and, c,j>eci- constantly on handand for sale at the and is constantly achieving such remarkable cures of OF KE"'CCKY. : arty has planted itself and believing these pmci

,' :. at Tallahassee, Fla. by LEWIS & AMES MILES ally, we call the attention ot the LADIES. whop JL lowest market prices. the most difficult class of diseases to which the hu- f })HE subscriber,a the resident agent of the said] pIes to be essential to the perpetuity of our national
NASH, EDWARD BARNARD, and on enquiry will tate was never known toerr. It will afford mo great p raairfraine is subject; therefore ask(or Sand Sarsaparilla ii Institution,offers for sale,in tracts, and upon i freedom and the advancement of our national wel-
..' be found in all the towns and villages South and pleasure to display before them the diversified and We hue received by late arrival large additional and take no other. t"nl to suit pureAaseri,about Four Thousand Acres fare we shall studiously avoid all rode collisions

,1' West. attractive ..ACIF in Store. !supplies Di-tigs.. fcJiclf and Chnnicatsw hic Ii, December 12, 18tG. 20 ly of LAND situated in the county of Jackson, in the with views and opinions antagonistic to oar OWB.-
L ;. May S, 15-17. 42 Cm Immediate, and punctual attendance, will be together with mOt of the popular patent remedies 'state of Florida -11. the Right to .Locate, to a To render our paper the firm but dispassionate u-
paid to all orders sent me. render our assortment the largest aid most varied in Chewing Tobacco limited extent. ponent of democratic principle. the calm yet nn- I

: New Orleans Type Foundry, S. F. BURNEY. the State. All of hich we offer at the lowest cab : SUPERIOR article, in half pound lumps for The above lands were selected at an early} date,by flinching advocate of Southern institutions the ye-
: AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE.. April 17, It 17. 3-lSE"TtEL. please iCH. A experienced ,and believed all
: --. copy. pi .sale by LINDENBERGER.July an jude are to b aODJs hick of anusirr, and instructive tbovcht upon
17, Canal street Rove. I Notice :July' 25, 1S1G. 1 I.EWl&AMES. 3, 151.BICIE the finest in the ,. proper subjects whether of science, literature,CTgeneral
.: HE leave : C. H. DUTONT.Jgent ; information; in a word to mak it a welcome
undersigned beg to to Pub-
t T lichen and Printers, that they announce have established IS hEREBY given, that George Russ, one of the Peters' Vegetable Pills. Notice. of D. I D.J. of fy. visitor at once to the merchant and the meabanic -
heirs of the estate of James F. Russ Quincy, June 12 1547. and the farmer shall be
fl. : and extensive TYPE late of the ." 01 ly ,the student our coa-
a complete FOUNDRY in this firm of H. R. and Kirksey
.I''D.' city. The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut to County of Jackson, in the State of Florida, dec'd., Truth I mighty, and II this case has TiE Scward" is this *Swanl& by mutual con- stat endeavor; and if,in additien to this we stall
diSlyed
has this day,hy his ,filed his Prevailed be enable circulation through tie
attorney petition CABINE MAKING. by extending our
: ; order by workmen of long experience and, as no bore ent. James Kirksey is to settle all bu-
the Judge of the Probate Court of the said autboriz the ties which bind car beloved -
j' : expense wu spared to obtain the handsomest faces County PEERS PILLS have from the tnt been a favorite sinese connected with the intt'rior. to strengthen
for a distribution of said estate and that three sme. State and and to that
: ; in the South, but their City together, secure
in -
and to perfect it every respect,we will venture toi C\' consampion James Kirksey will continue the business at the DAMON LTXCH.
i;]"St I kay it will be found as handsome if not the handsomest months from the date of this notice, be will ask (oran u confined to no section. In the North the old stand of Kirksey & Seward, where he will be d oneness cf sympathy and feeling M essential to the

L., in the United States. We have also a very order for a distribution. Est, and the West, as wel a beyond the Potomac : pleased receive a continuance of the favors of hu HAVING bought the entire stock and interest of prosperity of both,we shall find car labors amply

: : handsome assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of B. F. DENNARD. Europe, South India, and the West In- old friends,and those of Mr. H. R. Sewarit. Wienker in the Cabinet Sop. are epaid.
p 4 the latest style to which we would call the attention Attorney for Petitioner. dies, they are known and appreiatr. The demandfor JAMES prpa to do. all kinds o work in and To enable as to continue our present conneetioi
of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All Jane 12, IS 17. 47 3m them has no parallel an.ls of medicine, KIRY.. hop patronage bentoor given to the shop will] however and to do all that we would wish to doia
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and it be said of their advocates HANSE 'heir experience in the business he of improving M The Georgian. we most
s. articles manufactuied by us shall be of a material may Tallahassee, Jane 26. way
If P equal if not superior to any manufactured at the Bar and Billiard Room. .The cry i is still they come!" ,. IS'7. 0 warrants them in caving they can give satisfaction. look for an increased support from the public; nca

: ? orthanduwelhall..ellTpeatNewYorkpri- MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. In all diseases of the stomach,the abdominal- 'W. @. n W J They execute Heir wvik well, and are willing to dis- we now solicit and confidently expect.

1 ce*, we trust to meet with encouragement. undersirned respectfully informs his friend cere, the liver,or the system generally, their alterntive i Kwe of it on a reasonable terms as any other workmen WM. H. BULLOCH
? TiE and tonieproperties, acting the ccnstitu- Attorney at in the State. HENRY R. JACKSON-
,1 WearenowpreparedtomanufactureBRAsSRULE'ii the pubic that he has opened( a BAR AND I ipon
:e. and TYPE of any magnitude,with promptness. We BILLIARD in Monticello. on the West side :' ent properties of the blood, will produce an immediate fflontirtllo, Jefferson County, Florida, March 20,1S47. 35
i ., would also call the attention of PrlDI' of the and eventually perform a radical cure. TERMS:
Th particularly public square for their accommodation, and change attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle NEW BOOKS
WILL &c.
teas to LEADS Laving entire solicits their TESTIMONIALS.Extract THE DAILY GEORGIAN is in ,
our an new set o( patronage. His BILLIARD TABLE is ,and of the County of Columbia of the published jSavannafc
; : moulds, by which we are enabled to furnish a per. one of the most approved pattern,and is in excellent of a letter from Dr. W.int of Philadel- Eastern Circuit,Florida. JUST received per Brig Waknlla, An Onrla at Ten Dollars per annum, payable sems-anno2I2,
I 3a1 feet article. We are also Agents for the sale of the order. His BAR i is stored with the best Jllneg, JJ.quori hiadated Febuay2, 1SKJ:-"Your Pills are the Monticello,August 22IS46.Law 5 I J journey round the World in 1841 and 182. iD advance; or Six Dollars for six month .
l'-' Napier, Washington and Smith PRESSES, which and Cigars; also a variety of CONFEC.TIONARY. mildest in and \et mOt powerful in George Simpn. THE TRI-WXEKI.T GXOJICIAIT,for the coca try,a
t. .., together with Chases,Cases Composing Sticks,Fur His roms will be opened at all hours, their effects of any that I have tver met with in a his Generals, by J. T. Headley mblished to meet the arrangement of the maui,
.. nitnre, Ink, and every other article required in the day and evening and, by strictattentionto bu"ine practice of eight i and twenty yeari.. Their action on Nolee.BROCKENBROUGH A voyage up the river Amazon,by W.H.Edwards, three times a week, (Tuesday.Tharsday and Ata-
t Printing business will be kept on hand,and furnished I and a desire to please, lie hopes to give general sat !the chle, and hence on the impivities of the blood, & MAXWELL. A Summer in the Wilderness, by Chas. Lanman, day.) at the office of the Daily Georgian and trains
: at manufa urer'.prices. I isfaction to hi* customers. Call and see him. is evidently very surprising. Prevention better than Cure by Mrs.Ellis, all the intelligence, Commercial Political anJ

I ,. Editors and Printers wishing to establish a Newspaper S B. BARRINGTON. Extract of a letter from D. Henry Hall!!. of Quebec 'tXTM BROCKENBROUGH return to Ho- Vicar of Wakeficld.iutlte edition Miscellaneous, including new Advertisements.,
I ., or Job Printing Office will be furnished with Monticello, May I 1,1917. 41 L. C. -March 6, I 1 .'or billions fever*. V Y I.in time to attend all wi Courts of the Wainwrigbt's Pyer fished in the Daily Paper. ,
: aa estimate in detail for the same,by stating the size sick headaches. for pidity of the bowels, and en- Middle Circuit and of Jackson and Franklin Coun- Headley's Napoleon Manhals. This paper u sent to all parts of the State*

of the paper, o? the particular style and quantity of Groceries argement of the spleen, Dr. Peters' Pills are &ex tie in West Florida. B. Jt M. will also attend the Georgia Scenes; Hill, Side ad Sketches, Union or delivered in the city at Five Dollarspel'

io t,'. work to be executed. L assortment just received and for sale ellent medicine." Supreme and Federal Court.. Their time will be bl W. H. Maxwell ; Mrs. Hemant Poems I, annum; or at Three Dollars (or six months. ,
: ttjThe proprietors of newspapers who will pub. AFUL L. A H. GREENBERG CO.by For sale by LEWIS &AMES. MILES. NASH!, noted exclusively. the legal profession, and Flora's Interpreter, Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary, THE WEEKLY GEORGIA, is published every Fn.
.Ip V lisa this advertisement six moKbt,and send a paper Apiil3IS7. 37 & EDWARD BARNARD. I [ against the United States for the attentive Mirror Library, complete in one volume day afternoon at Three Dollars per annum-*u f?*
I to our office weekly will be paid (ci the advertisement May S, 1SJ7. 42 Cm caims of which arrangements. have been. Andrew. .nus. An! on'. Cesar, able in advance.
i by purehuiog-.ix times the amount of adver- :n Washington. P' mae Alichlet History of France,Moore's Poems, Savannah, Ga., August 1S47.

icing bill in Type. 10Ure. Middle Circuit. March 13, 1S47. 31BlacksmlthlngHorseahoelng Dewee's on Chiden. Dewee's Midwifery,
GREEN t CO. SIX months after"date. undersigned, Executor IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURt Oxford Bible ., New Style of Shower Baths
June 2, ft411. 49 6m 17 Canal St. Row. the last wal and testament of Benjamin Webster's Dictiona.riesBrainard Flute and Violin 5r
be had the Tin Manuhctorywbkb
.. Char ,deceased, of Leon County,will present Nathaie Pearce ,&c. Instructors.Eot', celebrated Chinese Razors, CAN at osfht>
and vouchers to the Hon. I'. Attachment (or and such as every ptnom
j Boot and Shoe Judge of Head OrnamentsGold Studs I
Making. bate c! Leon County, and make application for Pro letters Eugene Ablon and Robert R. I $!OJ M TiE underige has made arrangements to carry Sle., For sale by hue to insure health during hot weatier.
ri.i THE uD emgned,bning purchased the of dismission as Executor aforesaid. Boyd.lale Merchantstrading Asumplit.under BLACKMIT'BUSINESS in all its .. P. A. HAYWARD June 12, 18.n. 47 -
I stock and material. of Lutes JOSEPH Executor. the name ind style of Damages fO.E. iranches. ha attention to Hone- 51
-i : : ,who is about leaving the State Leon County, April 3, CIAIE. Cm Ablon &Co. shoring, and feels confident that he can give satis- JIJyI0.1541. : 300 Pieces CalIco.SPRING

zIl respectfully informs his friends and the 18.1. TiE defendant and all others interested are here (action to any who may favor him with their workin Choice Wines and and Summer Prints choice patum
public that he is at present at the old stand, where Notice. th institution of the shore lit this respect. Hu shop is in the rear of the City Lqor. and for sale by
: he is prepared to execute all work in his line with by attachment, and at required to appear and pleadto Hotd and adjoins the Livery Stable of Messrs. Mil BY Brig Wakolla, from New re L & H. GREENBERG a. f0.
.. promptness and despatch. He has on band the finest S IX months after date, the undersigned, Administrator the declaration filed in this case, within the time ler Brokaw. His prices will be and i ed the following artice which we will sell April 3. 1R47. 37
4tr of' Daniel N Cone, deceased, late of Co- A nrylibra
of calf skins, and all sorts of materials and will Described by lw. he respectfully solicits a share of low to plater -
make at abort notice, and in the best manner, GEN. lumbia County, East Florida, will present his final BERTHELOT & ARCHER. HENRY B. FITTS. 2 Quarter Casks Cognac Brandy, DR. J. S. BOND

c q TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES of every descrip ant and vouchers to the Judge of Probate forColumbia Attorneys (or Plantif June 19,1847. 49 5t 6 Eighth do do do. his professional services to the eitias
:';, :. tion. Boot foe soled,a otherwise repaired in County,and ask for a discharge.WILLIAM May 29, lS47. 43 3lm 1 Cask Old Port Wine OFFERS and thrturroundwg eountry.

good style ad charges. He will warrant CONE. Adm'r. Notice. 2 Madeira Wine,
.5 C his to be equal to any done in the place, Blount's Ferry, E. F., May 29.1347. .45 Cm* fT1STAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERY. forsale 1 Pipe Schiedam Gin, Office at Col. liaise'. hoteLMay29,1S47. .u..tI ._
wok .
V V months after date, I shall present --
and to good satisfaction as to fitting .any by MIE SIX my ucunh ID Boxes
Notice. ry 20. 1847. 31 youchef to the A. ClueVai.
C other workman. February -i or a and for lon of Madison Peach. Brandy,, Apple Brandy, Notice. .
t JOHN LERCH. months after date the Po.te County, and ntata tl
acting Executor
of the Whiskey. Malaga Wine. Executrix 01 the
SIX Administrator Iris ,
> undersigned
Notice. discharge of
the
May 6.1947. 42 will and testament of Arthur estate THE H 11.t
Burney, Sen. LINDENBERGER. bit o!
t deceased,
of[John W.Richardson,late ef said County,deceased. BIRCHE o ward Singleterry,
I w make application to the Hon. Judge months after date, the Administrator of the July 3, hokGBg Claidi'
deea. 'i SIX li4. : County, notifies all
: iv. in.Ccmnlulon RICHARDSON.
; 1IAItTJN, Leon County for letters of dismission of William B. Kilpatrick,deceased, will S B said themdII7athC'

4, ud Forwarding! Merchant, uExeuto of raid estate present his accounts and vouchers to the Honorable Madison County, May 16, 43 6m Dwelling House fo Sale.A in the estate time to prescribed present by Lbs law; aDd alI
July 17, 18 7. 52 Cm Judge of Probate of Jefferson County, and ask to **aake
101 Poydras street, b Medical Notice. SMALL comfortable Dwelling House.(orsale at indebted to said estate are rei'
'a N .ORLEAN8. LA. Dr. J. Scales discharged as Administrator 53 of said eate ri. Monticello, Jefferson Countv.aJnlD JudgeChace's without delay. ANN r.LlZkDz9ec.jrij:
: July 17.1847. .6a. sold to suitpurchsers.AppIy July 18-7.. S3
p [ SELLING, RECEIVING, AND FOR- W.FISHER property. It will b _
C BUYING\ %, G. attended to with promptness.Jwo. SURGEGON DENTIST Two Horse for Sale. 'DR to Claret'-tor Sal*
& the Bauc \" service to the J. R. FORTUNE Superior
A -1 RETLCTOz& return to T.Uabusf abut 20th inst., proe pablic.J J\\13.1S- r
W. AKOTLK, LATHAM fc Bxanr, WILL a few 'cek. His Rom il at 1cmi THE subscriber Igbt (it \ Office at Hickory Hill, the residence of George 5 BOXES of Claret for Sale.

,! A. BCSTWICK, 8 S. FIBLCY. Ladles wailed upon tb.ir rrudencc quite brad) Ih& VillflwV--J I.Fbor, IORN AND PES for sale. Apply to Apply FOB.TVE.
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