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

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Atw,,,, ,Sabbath onj. No human ear Such I It the.apU&ti \hc a recent

Canght the tint melodY-DO human' eye _. _,_____ ___ __ _______ ____ -- I' French upon thi gnat(

That Beheld wreathed the upturned her aspect innocent; .or lips the smile the while they BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA! SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1847. VOL XIX-NO. 8. statesman man who of by France dint of-prieer&c M. AdoJphe Tien uir- '

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Tbe oft-repeated: burden of the hj mn, ceedingly. If be had j jumped up from the; table appeared to give him pleasure to gratify it.- and great aunt to'ner brothers and sisters. ONE WAY TO NULLIFY A BAD LEASE. of the dfplomacy to hid oY"eram prejudices1
PraiM God! praise Gear! and left the house I would hare felt that I Seeing' this, instead of suffering myself to be She is tei.motfcer to fire children fourteengrand There is a,shrewd and wealthy old yankee I Like Claod map he_&lhufgr ii ;
ThtoneIn himselfat
A Senph by the had made.agme impfesslonjipon bJsfl. But to" the me A recipient of kind attentions, I beganto iJ<1"D'ud one great grand child landlord away down in Maine, who is noted once from e llane

the fall ftctytafdf *ea tr hand flood take things in this calm way! What bad I vie with him in the sacrifice of solfwh wishes (br driving his bard bargains", which from the \ Mron r e o bi.pif and. '

He smote the golden narpstrings.. a gained Nothing as I could ee. After and feelings. front tke teatton Tiaut. be has amassed a large amount of property.He as grasp the exploring o U from"11

Of harmony on the celestial air breakfast Mr. Smith came up to the chamber, It is wonderful how all was changed after AN HOUR IN THE PEMTENTIARY. is the owner of a great number of dwelling Jwet of knowledge min btg to the ,

Welled lorlh. unceaing. Then with a {:neat v"ice, and seeing my face buried in a pillow weep. this. There were no more struggles on my During our sojourn In Philadelphia, last houses,-and i it is said of him that he is cav world, in spite of a forbidding exterior no*

He sang the" Holy Holy evermore, 1 Bad increased the flow of tearson to husband, and yet I over scrupulous in his rental charges,
ing bitterly- part manage my generally summer we accepted an invitation to visit the no approach towards ease of the vast* I
Lord God Almighty! and the eternal courts hearing him ascending the stairs-said ina had things my own.way. Before I couldnot Penitentiary there. We had letters to the whenever he can find a customer whom he of his intellectual deprment the id-

Thrilled with, the rapture.and the hierarchies, low 'oice- turn him to the right nor the left though I hind hearted Warden Mr. SCATTKKGOOD, (a know be rue. His object is always domitable Del nature of ?cpdtea aD. \VicLotpniar 1

Aofel and rapt archangel, throbbed and burned '* Are you not well, Mary 1" strove to do so with my utmost strength. NowI most appropriate name, by the way) who ex. to lease for a term of years, any extmneouj' advan
With vehement adoration. Higher }'ctBo held him with silken fetter and to the tenants, and the utmost farthing pnn&
I made no answer, but continued ta weep. a guided tided to us all the courtesy we could have b get one of most distinguished

Higher, with rich magnificence of sound, but asked no further question. Then, any direction. {Frison, and in company with Mr. S. we entered A diminutive Frenchman called on him and masterly sketch of M. Thiers had
Toils full strength ; and still the infinite heat: 'ens without uttering a word, he retired from the Several years have passed since that ever. several of the cells. The Superinten. last winter, to hire a dwelling he owned inPortland to a late number of the bed.

Rang with the.Holy, Holy etcrmore !" chamber, and in a little white after I heard to-be-remcmbered, happy visit to Capo !May. dtnt learning we were from Boston, informed and which had long remained emp contribute Dit"erl Magazine, from which we the' J JI

Till trembling from excess of awe and love him leave the house. I cried now in good Not once since have I attempted any management u. that a prisoner was confined there, for passing I I ty. References were given and the yankee I lowing graphic delineation. etrac, Trans

Each sceptred spirit ank before the Throne earnest. It was plain that my husband had of my husband, and yet it is a rare thing counterfeit money, who hailed from Mu.sarhusetta. .. landlord ascertaining that his applicant was a eript. "

With a mate hallelujah. But, even then, no feeling, that he did not care whether I was that my wish is not, as it used to be before we He had been there some two or man .after his own heart"for a tenant,immediately M. Thiers is the essence of mind J he If

While the ecstatic song was at its height, pleased or sad. But I determined to give hima were married, his law. It is wonderful, too, three years, and we found him a very in elli. commenced to "jew" him. He found intellect to the tips of his lips and the .

Stole in an alien yt'ice-a voice that seemed fair trial. If I failed in this new way what how he has improved. I am sure he is not gent mab. His cell was exceedingly cleanly, that the tenement appea.r to suit the little his nails. His organization is like pint.of .

float from some world afar- The of the the same man that he was five ago.- and the table in the Frenchmen, and he an exorbitant price
To float upward : was I to do? thought becoming years upon corner, we discor. plced Voltaire, delicate and mobile. He has
A meek aDd child-like voice, faint, but how sweet! (passive slave of a domestic tyrant was dread. But perhaps I see with different eyes. At any ered several standard books, a bible, &c., upon it; but the leae was drawn and duly executed the frail of a child, with .
That blended with.Jhc seraphs rushing utrain, ful. I felt that I could not live in such a state. rate I am not the same woman ; or, if the same, which gave evidence having been thoroughly and the tenant mo\'c into his new the assumption gravity a philosopher..

Even u a fountain's music, with the roll When !Mr. Smith came home at dinner time I very unlike what I then was. read by the prisoner. lie was said to be quarters. More a man of letters than

Of the reverberate thunder Loving smiles was in my chamber, ready prepared for a gosh So much, Mr. Editor, for my efforts to man. very industrious, and certainly appeared comfortable Upon the kindling of fires in the'bous it more &artist than a man I ate an will

Lit up the beauty of-each angel'* face of tears. As he opened the door I looked up age a husband. Of the three ways so faithfully uuder the circumstances. His name was fJn that the chimneyswouldn't 'draw.* doe upon an Etruscan vase oreter care little for

At that new utteranee' Smile. of joy (hat grew with streaming eyes, and then hid my face ina tried your fair readers will be at no lossto was George -. lie remarked that he and building was file with smoke. The liberty. As a tabinct Minister, he conceives

More joyous yet, u ever and anon pillow. determine which is best. I maRe these was very glad to see any one from Boston, and window sashes ratled the wind at night, great designs ; like a woman, he is bold in S

Was heard the simple burden of the hymn, 44 Mary," he said, with much kindness in his honest confessions for the good of- my sex.- I seriously regretted that ho should have been and the cold air rushed through a hundred small matters. He has but it is like iihatofdelicate

.. Praise God! praise God!" And when the seraph's voice, what ails Jot ? Are you sick ?" he My husband, Mr. John Smith, will be no little I one uftbe few Bostonians, comparatively| who crevices about the house, until now unnoticed.The I and sickly courage people -It comes lit

song laid his band upon mine as he spoke. surprised if this history should meet his eye, had disgraced the honored name of the Old snow melted upon the roof and the at. feverish fits, ending by nervous attacks

Had retched its close, and o'er the golden lyre But I did not reply. I meant to punish him and it is most likely to do so, for we take your Bay State. He was happy, apparently, and tics were drenched from leaking. The rain fainting fits ; these wpaknesMs are only ao

Silence hung brooding w hen the eternal courts well for what he had done as a lesson for the magazine. But I have no idea that it will in. as we parted, we shook his hand. and remarked i pelted and our Frenchman found a natural" ated on D sofa: ; in politics, fainting is suf :

Rung but with echos Aim, chant sublime, future. I next expected him to draw his arm terrupt the present harmonious relations exist that it was possible we might call on him bath room upon the cellar floor-but the lease fered. uo

Still, through the abysmal space, that wanderingvoice around me, and be very tender and gympathi- ing between us, but rather tend to confirm and again in a few weeks. You will 00 sure, was signed and the landlord chuckled. lie thinks without cflbrt, without I -

e zing in his words and tones. But no such strengthen them.Frighlful sir, to fnd me at home said he with a smile, I hay ben vat you sal call 4 suck in,' vis exhaustion, advances prucei fatigue, and ar

Came floating upward frpm its world afar thing lie quietly withdiew the hand be had as we left the door of his cell. zis dam mairon"-muttered our victim to himself rays bis ideas before you with a rapidity
Still murmured sweet oit (the celestial air, placed upon mine ; and stood by me, I could Result of Temerity the part of As we entered the reception room once a week afterward" but n'impvcsal which is inconceivable. Have you ever seen

.. Praise God prais God !" feel, though not see, in a cold, erect attitude. a Visitor at the Zoological Gardens.-This more, a bulky despatch was handed to the see, Tot ve sal see in the steamboats which traverse 'or
well '" he asked place of amusement was the scene of a horrible Next morning he rose bright and early, and the rifen
Are you not Mary again. Warden by one of his deputip, and upon banks reflected id the suspended
D l1A 'ff : I was still silent. A little while alter I catastrophe on Tuesday last. On that day a opening it, he informed us that it was a par. passing down town he encountered the land They are reflected while the boat miron

---- ---- heard him move across the floor, and then the person from Monmouthshire, who had come to don for one of the convicts.Ve enquired if lord. fair villages, churches with ayanct spires,
the town on a visit, went in with his AhaBon! jour, monsieur," said he In
From Pd ,,on'* .Magazine fw Avgust. chamber door shut. I was once more alone. company it would encroach upon the prison rules un. verdant meadows, hoary mountains, gay yes
THREE WAYS OF MANAGING A HUSBAND.BT When the bell rung for dinner I felt half, wife to the gardens, and of course turned into der such circumstances, to accompany the his happiest manner. sels, the flocks of the valley,the clo.of heaven I

MA.KY ALEBCIKA: SMITH."And sorry that I had commenced this new mode of the house appropriated to the carnivori. Here Warden to the cell, while he should read it 44 Good" day sir. How do you like your animals and men, seem to pact in rapid ,

I to the Philharmonic. 1 managing my husband, but as I had begun I the man expressed his admiration of the lions, to the prisoner, and were kindly informed that house ? succession in the glass. Such is M.
am going 44 Tiers.
understood that I replied, with was determined to go through with it. He'llat and judging erroneously from their mild de. we could join him. We soon reached the Ah lonsieur-lcgant, beautiful, mag. A sort of Parliamentary mirror, he the
thought you meanor, thrust his hand into the den quick as nificent Eh, Men, monsieur ; I haY but ze
in future I ;
resolution. least take care how he acts cell, where we found a fresh faced young passions of other and cold and as"the'glass 4
equal said. I did not leave my chamber to join my light one of the ferocious brutes seized the man, of perhaps twenty.four who was busily one regret.- passions himself.
** well he said not seeming to is
Oh I )? le
very Ah what ii that ?
limb, and endeavored to draw his victim into weep.but
the dinner table. lie sat his usual little loom hU tearless
husband be
Then the at engaged at a weaving. eyes are ;
be at all disturbed. !jj" you can use the den in which of the bars in .Monsieur-I sal live in zat house but tree ,
carriage at the door-1 I will walk to the the. time, as I could tell by the ringing of the bell attempt one 44 Good morrow, John," said the Warden, breast with a poignard, but draws no drop of
for the servant to change the plates and bringin front of the cage was broken. The horror of blandly, as we entered. little year. blood ; a mere drama all that i is true but
atre. the desert. I fretted and the poor fellow's wife may be better conceived .4 Good sir." .How so ?" : what drama and what
this Mr. Smith turned from me deliberately was exceedingly ; morning, a an actor !1Whatnature
Saying his business with than described, (an expression which may be "I hay find, by vot you sal call ze lease, zat !
Thee John what what .
and walked 1 heard him more so by his returning to keeps busy ? suppleness, powers of insinuation S
tell the driver of the carriage away.to take me to the out calling up to see me, and making another correctly applied to the man himself.) Their a' O, yes sir, but it's very dull." you shall give' me ze house for but"tree yearan' what inflexions of voice ; what transparency ,
effort cries speedily brought assistance but it was .. Does thee tire of John ?" I hay ver much sorrow for zt. and of what
Musical Fund Hall ; then I heard the street to dispel my grief. work lucidity style ; negligent
1 tried this some time before the infuriated creature, mad. '4 No sir-but But J'O can have it longer if you wish.
heard husband's For three days experiment upon I think of home. language I
and I footsteps
close grace
door the as he lefi my the house. With my husband who bore it with the unflinching dened with the feast of human gore, could be] '4 And theo would like to visit home once Ah Monsieur sal b ver' much gladif He is more elastic than a spring of thd ft
on pavement of I forced at last made to relinquish his hold, which was at last I can have that house so long as lphac- be l and
moment for reflection, I followed heroism a martyr. was more 1" fines steel- hen. unbeode.4e rises
hesitating a
out to the door, entered the carriage, and to come to, but 1 was by no means satis. effected by one of the keepers entering the den .4 Oh, sir-if I could do so"- eb, Monsieur 7"a' and falls with subject-he will roll himself

ordered the man to dive me-w here 1 I had fied that my new mode was a failure. For all and striking him with some formidable weap.In. 'a And thee would not return again ?" Oh, certainly-certainly, sir.. spirally round a question from its base to its .

_. ':AL.., fn*
UU 44To licnti the nil Musical mw wuw Firnd' Hall- -,-I-believe-- 0- -, mad.-- he had been troubled at heart and I was pret. the residence of Mr. Hulme. surgeon. Mos,; ,4 ivuii.. ...., .Tnk.v......, .....iot..... ."vu'.,, ..1.". '..(,....',." '.''.''J'., ;..r .I. your offees-an. you sal give me vot you callze in the branches, hides himself the

am," he said, standing with his fingers touching ty well satisfied that he would think twice before street, where his wounds \\'eod;; s1ie: should tell thee I had a pardon for thee ?" lease for zat maison jes so long a I sa bang foliage, appears, disappears, and pas

the rim of his hat.I provoking me to another essay of tears. poor fellow's hand and arm presented a fright. Oh, sir, such news would he too good." ran ze house. Eh, Monsieur 1" ses a thousand times in an out'with the pretty

tried to think what I should do. To be Upon the whole, I felt pretty sure that I had ful spectacle ; two of the fiugers were almost 44 But thee would like to hear it ?" Certainly, sir. You" shall stay there your agihy of 1 squirrel-he would extract money

conquered was hard. And it was clear thatI discovered the means of doing with him as I bitten off and several of the main arters and "I care not for myself so much," said the life"Ah,11Ionsieur-I time if like. from a stone-where others glean, he reaps. .
leaders were completely severed ; the hand and tears filled his but b.t vcr' mooch thanks He extends and
could not go alone. I pleased.A poor prisoner eyes- ha plumage shows by tarns,
"No," I replied, grasping hold of the first few weeks of sunshine passed-I must was crushed generally in a shocking manner. for mj wife and child-I would be so happy." for zis acommotion. every hue purple, gold and azure. He
suggestion that came to my mind. Drive me own that the sun did not look so bright, nor We understand he i is going on well. 44 And thee would shun wicked company, The were destroyed a new does not speak, he coos-he does no coo, he

to No. Walnut street." feel so warm as it had done in former times- 4 John 7" one was delivered in form to the French gen. lisps-he dos not lisp, he warbles-and he .
History of Symmes' llolcThe famous of the i
I had directed him to the house of my sis. and then our wills came once more into colli. I theory of 4 Symmes Hole,' which excited so "Ob yes, and I would labor fur my wife tleman" such, giving him possession the lessee desire premisesfor the N dazzling both to the eye and to the ear, '
period as
ter where I thought I would stay until after sion. But my tears fell upon a rock. I could and little one"- may that one does not know which to admire most, eu
curiosity and attention in its days had therefor
eleven o'clock, and then return home, leaving not tee that they made the least perceptible its origin in a singular and trivial circum. Well, John, here is thy pardon," continu. same, he paying tne rent I, prmpty. his plumage or his song. He will give you a

my husband to infer that I had been to the impression. :Mr. Smith had his own way, andI stance, which very we believe was never made ed the good old man-and he read the docu. The next bouse morning our the crafty Frenchman's was last speech of three hours J length on architecture p

I concert. But long before I had reached my i cried about it until I got tired of that sport, known, and is worthy of relation. merit, which freed this unfortunate being who load passing furniture the just as started from the poetry, law, navigation or war, and ,e he is I'iThq

i sister's house I felt so miserable that I deemedit I and in very weariness gave: over. :For the Something more than a century a had been the dupe of other knaves. We bad door aud hour was afterwards being neither a poet, a lawyer, a mariner, nor a soldier ;

> best to call out of the window to the driver, space of a whole year I stood upon tears as French Consul at Cairo amused himself ago du. the pleasure of seeing him released, after a called; him an with tender'a messenger for the -all he wi require is an evening's pre ;
On at home : last defensible position. Sometimes I three confinement, and learning that on a legal If describes battle he astonishes -.*
and direct him to return. arriving my ring his leisure hours in the composition of a years for with paration. D
some twenty minutes after I had: left it, I went didn't smile for weeks. But my husband man. quizzical, philosophical satire on scientific be joined bit young family, in whom he has rent follows eight days, accompanied a note, the oldest gener. If he speak of

and there had taiiipj his ground like a hero. since been faithful guardian.We a : walls roofs, stone .
chamber a hearty you
,: up to my cry themes, published in 1720 under the title of .Monsieur-I bar bin shmoke-I hay bin acu. .
ing spell to myself. I don't know that I ever At last I gave up in despair. Pride, self- Telliamed-which is formed by transposingthe pastel out to the ante-room again- drowned-I hay bin frees to death, in ze house ally believe him to b a mason or an architect. '
felt so bad before in life. I had utterly will, anger-all were conquered. I was a letters where we encountered a new comer, who He will dispute with Gay Lussac on i
my of the author's name. This book : I
vat I hay hire ov ze period as
failed in this last vigorous contest with husband woman in the hands of a stron -minded man. which had just reached the prison as we entered.lIe .- you may questions chemistry, and teach Arago how 6
my purported to be the record of the con. desire." I hav in dam house
t who had come off perfectly victorious. If I could not love him as I wished to love him versation of an Indian philosopher who discussed had been sent up for five years, on a chargeof I stay" an'ze bearer zis"jet ril to direct his telescope at Venus or Jupiter.
ze or
I could at least In nothing did I now embezzleaent. 8 lon fine arts canals, roads, finances
Many bitter things did I write against him in obey. and propounded various theories in pca commerce !

my heart, and largely did I magnify his faults.I oppose him, either by resolute words or tears. the character of Mermaids, the Marine cosmogony lie was elegantly attired in the latest styleof give It you is needless ze !to add Bon that, jour our, monsiur.yankee landlord ; histor the prt-S politics, anecdotes _

believe I thought over every thing that oc. If he expressed a wish, whether to me agree. origin of the human race, and among fashion, and: possessed all the non chalance has never since been known to give of the tbea.tts war, literature, relig. "
curred since we were married, and selected able or not, I acquiesced. other the celebrated and devil-oe-care appearance of a genteel up ion, municipalities, morality, amusements,
things preached theory in the bush 1"
therefrom whatever could justify the conclusion One day, not long after this change in my that the earth was hollow, and that ships might I rowdy. He twirled his watch chain, lookedparticularly .a bird in the hand for one groat things, middling things, little thing '

that he was a self-willed, overbearing, conduct toward my husband, be said to me, sail into the cavity of the poles. Some thirty knowing at a couple of ladies who American editors what dos it ma.ter to him, he is ready al. .
unfeeling man, and did nut entertain for me a "I rather think Mary, we will spend!! a obtained I chanced to be present and seemed utterly indifferent Edior8.-\ e body unfit He is so, because in fact he is prepf upon
Henry Meigs Esq.,having to
years ago are
instead about himnclf the he conduc press not f'
of weeks nothing
particle of affection. couple at Brandywine Springs I or predicament ne dos speak orators
possession of the of this work (tIle onlyone fill the Their motives oter
of this copy in The Warden read his places they occupy. because he like ..
had to ,
It was clear that I not been able to going Cape May season. was placed commitment
it is believed .
ever in this ) and selfish and devoid of that and spea popleothe
country purely morality
I well dear I and addressed him with- world. Other .
; determined as I had beento replied- Very ; although 4
tninage my spouse read it to his friend, the celebrated Dr. Mitch. devotion which worth value,
to principle give ,
correct all his faults, and make him one of had set my heart on going to the Capes. My ell who sometime afterwards Charles, I am sorry to see thee here." mOle or less, but he improvises ; other orators
being in 1817 and those whoso it
f the best, most conciliating, and loving of bus sister and her husband, and a number of my It can't be helped, old fellow !" high character to province but he chats. ".
related for the of prorate
Washington, amusement sentiment.-
bands, with whom my wish would be law.- friends, were going down, and I had anticipated the the of Demailet. In the a' What is thy age, Charles ?" is to create and regla.te public Thiers spoke slower,he would be )less
I Still I could not think of giving up. The a good deal of pleasure. I did not knowof company theory "Twent.three." Surely if all the the press were exerted listened to ; but his volubility is such that the
southern of middle and
thought of being reduced to a tame, submissive a single person who was going to the Brandy companyf8.1 a gentleman A Philadelphian ?" a it should be in this country, wrongs Hoe cannot go before or even follow him.-
and ardent who bad been tolerated would
wife, who could hardly call her soul herown wine Springs. But what was the use of entering age temperament, Well-kinder, and kinder not !" outrages now so freely yield Once started, he proceeds at full gallop, from .
known While
to the world been and truth.
only as having a to the force justice
1x5 into a contest with husband ? lie Thee has disgraced thyself sadly." the morning to the evening
and was not for a moment to enter. my
the value ..
captain in the army, raised by John Adams in seek to journalise simply for money,
would off the of Well, I ain't troubled old cock.
tained. On reflection it occurred to me thatI come conqueror spite angry ,
for limited.
the will be
anticipated war with and of the good
had probably taken the wrong method with words or ineffectual tears. This John Clevcs Thee looks not like a rogue." power press and of An Old Legend.-A. wealthy English ba. .
gentleman was Confidence in the sincerity integrity an
husband. There was a touch of stubbornness "The Springs are so much more quiet than He Matter opinion !I" ron who had extensive possessions in Englandand
tny took the joke in earnest, believed the the. editor must be established before his instructions
in his nature that had arrayed itself against the Capes," said my husband. advocated Thee wan well situalcd"Y Wales, had three sons ; when lying on his
it with much ardor and and his recommendations
my too earnest efforts to bend him to my ** Yes," I remarked, there is less gay company ory for petitioned &-well enough"- can be received, death-bed, he called them to him and said :
Congress an fit
to .
appropriation out
will. A better occurred. I had heardit there." "In good employ." adopted.An "If you were compelled to become
way an expedition to the North Pole for the Jlscov- editor should be a man with one wife Lir tel
said by some one, or had read it somewhere, Don't you think you will"enjoy yourself as ery of what is termed Symmjs Hole." One Well-so so." and as ma.nllawful children as he can have, me what bird each of you would resemble '
woman's well there as at the Capes? And thee has ? 1"
that tears.On parents
no man was proof against
of the of his honest
most distinguished disciples, I. N. and they all trained to work at some
I felt Now this was a good deal for husband 'a Yes"- The eldest sid :
the occasion certainly my
present Reynolds, afterwards the author ofa book should be charitable
touch more like crying than laughing, and so to say. I hardly knew what to make of it. gir.ing Perhaps thee hast a mother, Charles." pursuit. He Y"irtuo "I would b a hawk, because it is a noble
an account of his round the world and -not
**If there, dear, let voyage convict had been standing during this studious, enterprising, temperate giv. bird and by .
us The
it was bo bard matter, I can honestly aver, to you prefer going go lectures in various places of the Unionon wine drink be gluttonous rapine. .
gave to nor
en strong
I answered. I affect unconcerned and reckless The second .
all not
brief perfectly
bathed in tears on husband's return by means, was dialogue : .
appear my the subject, and succeeded so far as to in. -free from fights and broils. He should be t
between eleven} and twelve o'clock from the leg anything, but was in earnest in what said.. duce forty members oftbe until this last interrogatory was put.- write and in "I would b a stealing Iecaus i is a social
Pennajlvania moral and ,
theatre. I cried from relation as much as Mr. Smith looked into my face for some moments legis. Had a thunder bolt struck him he could not independent- frankly bird and i in coveys." .
lature to vote for resolutions suit the humblest. He should
i from other feeling. and with unusual atiection I thought. recommending have fallen more sudden than he did when language to put The youngest said : :
any make the asked let them
I Congress to before sel and resist
When Mr. Smith came up into the chara Mary" he said, "if you think the time I appropriation.- the name of mother" fell on his ear lie country wrong And I would be a swan, because it has along .I
The had its and after whatever should
theory day, soon inflicted
will pleasantly to at the Symmes'expired into chair-a torrent of tears gushed b by neck that if I have in
ber where I lay greeted his presence with pass more you Capes, a.lsG-N. Y. True Sun. sank a his when she is and so anything my
half dozen running sobs, which he answered let us go there by all means." from his ejea-the very fountain of( his heart .justify country only right, heart to any, t should bueplenf, of time for

h,.whistling the Craccovienne !I" I contin. 44 My sister Jane is going to the Capes," I Douglas and Garrison Moiled.William seemed to have burst on the instant I lIe recovered .,never when wrong. He should, however, refection before"it came te my mouth." f
when she is attacked invaded defend her '
ued to sob, and he continued to whistle for the I remarked, with some little hesitation ; "and Lloyd Garrison and Frederick Douglass, now partially-and said imploringly to or n the father ba.d an them, he said '.
with his life if If editors in this
next ten minutes. By that time he was readyto :I so is Mrs. L.-.-, and Mrs. Dand a good on an anti-slavery tour to the west, were se. the Warden- ntcear. to the fir:

get into bed, which he did quite leisurely, many more of our friends. I did think that I verely bandied at one of their meetings in 44 Don't you, sir-for God's sake don't call countr'would folow tbea rules, we could in it in "Tou my son, a I perceive, desired to_

and laid himself down upon his pillow with an would enjoy myself there this season very Harrisburg, Pa., last week. Douglass fur. her name in this dreadful place 1 Do what bury every trading politician services, live ; I give thee. my possessions in :

expression of satisfaction. Still!! I sobbed on, much. But I have no doubt I shall find pleas nishes an account of the fracas for the New you may with me but don't mention that nameto and be always able to command the England because it is a laud o pace and justice

thinking that every sighing breath I drew, was ant society at the Springs." I York Anti-Slavery Standard. Several volleysof me !" of a gentleman a wise and liberal Federal statesmanto an thou canst not rob impu I

in spite of his seeming indifference a pang to 44 We will go to the Capes," aid my bus. unmerchantable: eggs," he says, were There wero tears in other eyes besides the administer the State and governments nity. f
this fond delusion band and I and an aching silence pervadedthe so a to secure contentment, protection To the second he said '
his heart. But from a promptly cheerfully. poured through the windows, filling the room prisoner's, inhabit these free :
heavily drawn breath, that was almost a snore, 44 No,"said 1'emulous now for the first time with the most disgusting and stifling stench, group who surrounded the unfortunate and prosperity to under all who the American Union. "Because thou )lovest society, to thee I give j

aroused me. I raised up and looked. over at in a new cause* I am sure the time will which he calls slavery's choice incense,"and convict. The black cap States, and shelter then would be truly great, glorious my possessions in \Vaes which is a land of .s

the man-be was sound asleep I pass agreeably enough at the Springs. And one struck friend Garrison on the back, sprinkling was drawn over his eyes, he was led to an ad. Our country frcc.-Riclrmond Southerner.Yankee discord and wr; ort that thy courtesy

A good, hearty cry to myself was all thesatisfaction as you evidently prefer going there, we will its essence all "over his honored head." joining apartment and stripped, and shortly afterward and mar soften down the of the natives."

I had, and then I went to sleep.On .- let the Capes pass for this year." A pack of fire-crackers was also exploded, be re.appeared upon the corridor.- Yonenes, of the And t the younger: ,

the next morning I met Mr. Smith at the "To the Capes, Mary, and nowhere else," causing much excitement and alarm. Cries He passed sjlently on, in charge of a deputy New. Quble-Cap. on a visit to .To thee I will give no land at all, because .

breakfast table with red eyes and a sad coun. replied my husband, in the very best of hUe of"throw out the nigger" wero shouted by the keeper, to ,a lonely cell in a distant part of Boston to&claim from the Boston corporation thou art wise and wilt gain enough by thywisdom.

tcoance. But he did not teem to notice mors. "I am sure you will enjoy yourself mob outside, and stones and brickbats were the prison-the door creaked on its binges, the of' offered by the authorities .t '..

either. better there. I did not know your sister was hurled when he left the house, protected br he disappeared, the chain dropped from the rewa for the, apprehension, of Albert J. And as he foretold, the youngest son profit I,
bolts and Charles wa a close ed by his wisdom and became Chief Justice of
the !
I hope you enjoyed yourself at con. going. some of his colored friends. Douglass himself Tirrell the alleged murderer of Maria Bick-
cert last night," he laid.MI was delighted at And to the Capes we went, and I did enjoy escaped without injury.-Boston Time prisoner for five years to come 1 ford. The corporation declined paying the England, an office whic in those times, w i

tk, taeatre. Fafiny danced divinely. Her's myself excellently well. As for my husband, We left the prison with heavy hearts, relined It that the reward next to that of King.An .

it W the poetry of motion." I never saw him in a better state 'of mind.- I Marriage Extraordinary.-1 n Kingston,N however by the reflection that thia was sum on a qibble. appears apprehension of old chronicle tells the same story o
like )lover than bus. H. Col. Win. Webster MIll Mar. the best devised institutions of its kindwor1dnotwithstanding of 93,000 for.the William the I!
a 67 of
Now this was too much I will leave it to To me be was more a aged to one Tirrell the murderer of Maria Tir- qurr.WrA' "E
&111 reader- female reader I mean- band. No, I will not say either, for I can't tha Winslow aged 19. Br the above union,' InP > the libels of or the Bifr o the L ,itNa .
tell ,
be kind and the his married his sister "'L:4rI1Dkkeu and that its admin'uHra.Mr. was acquitted o .
?tether uYts was not too much. I burst into admit that a husband may not as bridegroom ,) somnambulism although) _
he and will be which makes the bride irife of Scattergood, secured the charge w Nahant ft beautiful peninsula-great
& flood of tears and withdrew affectionate ax a Jorer; for can daughter, a
immediately tor
toiTing my hmband to eat breakfast alone. if managed rightly and a great deal more great uncle, sister to her grandf&tbegrandmutbcr gr&DcJ.I : tina.te inlD&kl.tho mot 't 44al victim sent to the penitentiary in law aucf wIt hi place twhiogererything bites well there.. .

He au tin usual time, which provoked me eI.o really so. Whenever I eipressed a wish it aunt to her father and ." iP.?' "p...., ; consequently wu-1o -BO Po. _. .

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f.; .;: !,i{ Lrrrn I Hox JAKES [DAILY LICATCTK- EU.] !THE' fL'ORIDIAN:; The Ohio Patrlfrtlsm Statesman of of a WhIZ the 23tb Governor Aognst. contains' ft The Savannah RepvUita Wire Drawn.yj**that. the inception The whig-.eemtobm-. --, leaned-..5-we** 1eMe."" ..

BrCRAU.- ..Ycte-Oileant,August 30-10 a- "$. a card to the effect ol; the war was In Mr. Polk's declaration of the about the effect letttr-writJuf 1 Wfi,5.
following :
We friend for of thefallowing
a IDI1
are to
: : ioeb. sent a by the Hon.copy James Later from Vera Cnzr. "LE? US AX.02CK.1Saturday "The governor'of the State has received official existence of war v&cn tmfatt it Jttt tut Z."' Inefftion have been their opinion formerly tbey BOW tiUkjt.

lift.S'iP le notice from the War Department service mvau according to Noah Webster, legmnmg an unprofitable basine. We *oppoM the lioo
J .i' I'uchanan ply to an invitation on the TO AYOTLA. thatloor nj
: GESCOT1"S.fDJrfV'CE 11 1847. are needed in the war with been requested nd in plain Eoglishthc sentence reads," the epistles which Mr. Clay hat distributed throng
; : prt of the Democratic citizens of Berks cotintr SAFETY Or MAJOR LALLVSTKAliN'. to aid in organization. I. am informedby ft*
your the what 1M land, and which ha gained him the
of Now
beginning war.-\.c. are enviable .
t .t t to hatred Home, which look place near I he private secretary of the governor,hat no contract jg gt
,4 I { th Saturday last. It is a pr ionii Repulse of A'R ian a.Xalional nrig KOR .ACPKCSEXTATIVE: nOM'J: mil be made by the State for the transportation facts Mr. Polk'j declaration that war,existed was the Complete Letter-Writer," haft taogbt taefi

,:. ,ting 0 for itself.! Written on a most in. The schr. Mississippi arrived from Vera B. F. Whitner I A. E. of the companies to Cincinnati. Officers, therefore, made on the 11th day of May, 1846, and the battle this truth ; and convinced of its importance tVeem

ii I .H 'j :: iresting h subject, it win command attention Cruz on Sunday, having sailed thence on the L. O'B. Brnch, I| Patrc Mael Sith commanding" An officer companies of the United,will contract States service for themselves.has been of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma were fought on determined not to to**light of it; cone
; } of the timft the the and 9th of the tame month-jost three and of them are earnestly
I : the clearness and power with which that evening Sift inst. At that detailed by the Adjutant General to muster the regiment Stb many lamenting tfiat Gee rxl

t.: ;: \ t-td is discussed a subject, add, which Fashion had not arrived there, though con (Jtf- Camp Meeting. \ Camp Meeting will commence : into the service as soon a 5 it shall be concentrated lIDO daYI before Mr. Folk's declaration which, says Taylor should have suffered himself to be doped f j.to j.

t e o She left thcru the at Cincinnati. The sooner, therefore the this whig print. was "the beginning of the war rAnd a practice of answering correspondent,
1 "' has: assumed a most serious, if not momentous stantly expected. evening it the Centenary Camp Ground.nouQuincv. 11;Q I
fi!: ) ".,ii :' aspect : I of 17th. Otober 6th. R. H. LtCKEY. companies reach Cincinnati.4, WILLI.UllRV..IN.the better. again-who has forgotten Ampodia's letter to 10 little likely to improve hi. chance for th, rW.'

.! WASHINGTON The most important news by this arrival Gen.Taylor threatening destruction to hit entire army dency. We noticed not long since that tot &TU
The Statesman characterizes this refu.qlor Gov.
: '" ;c, GENTLEMEN. I have ug 2,1&7.the concerns the movements of Gen. Scot There CO- We arc requested .give notice that Divine If he didDot break, up his camp, and retire beyond nah Republican administered a rebuke to jujwho
P ; : by Bcbb to furnish assistance to the companies of the
1 !,; t A receipt; of your kind invitation to unite with had been various rm-r on the subject in Service may: b.; e\pecltd to-ir.orrow, iathr Presbyterian regiment of volunteers asked for from Ohio,as a"singular the Nueces in twenty-four hours"? This insulting were busying thentelve to draw out (the old
Vera Cruz of which Churr! bjr the U-v. Mr. NEIL. and Hero' opinions. ,
:% : the Demorcy.of 0 Berks in their Harvest many our correspondentknew cummenciog enl." and it ,in indignant letter WM date tb&Uth of April 1946, Whig paper generally havt com.
move reprehends
: ti : (to be unfounded, but he wiites us cm the at the usual: hour S declared that if the Mexican General' order were : plained of this interference with hit .
Homo celebration held privacy.
at on Will the in condemnation w
ft : b Readng. terms. not press speak out *
t it! '. it afternoon uf Saturday the lilst inst., on what not complied with by the American, .' arm, and think the true reason of'all this N, they
the 25th in I
t : Saturday, shoul estem Arrival of the Volunteers. of such loryism ? Will the 1Wii& press, after wanted t.
he con.iJer" :be bot authority, that the arms alone, must decide the How was make capital of his name (or the
{ both a pleasure' and a privilege be present Captain Lln GsTO'S Company of Florida Volunteeis such demonstrations to embarrass the Government, queois. whig ptrjj .i
; I with vanguard of (en. Scutt's army was at A\olla this threat regarded Gen Taylor? In transmit- they see that h:* lettert will defeat their
; t! : on that oaio!). It is, therfrt rcr armed at New Orleans! on Thursday, the denounce it for not prosecuting the war with vigor? drtira '
on Friday, the 13th inst., and to that date it the War be They therefore not
; ; ,. I have to inform my public duo up ting to Department, says- only complain cf bis corretprZ
27th The soldiers allowed reinforcementswith
grot you were not to goon How can the President rush forward
! _:' $ ties i the week will render this had not fired a gui.: This news reached. Yea Augst. I considered the letter of Gen. Ampudia sufficient dents, but they are abandoning Limo, that
; .r during present well.
: ] Cruz by a grutieuian \ho AyMla on the \1 that UiiditywJJi'b isduirable. when opposition to warrant me in blocking up the Ilia Grande, their utter insincerity In bringing him stowing
I f i r3"' I impossible.; 13th : lef ( is presented at every step not only in word but i and stepping all supplies fur Matamoro.n oat foe P,,.
comiiiif t'ovwi ident. See what the
; -
I to observe that the Democracy by way Oriz.ha.J Albany
' rejoice glorious Democratic Ticket. Evening
,: .: .. otla is but miles: from the ol J in deed, by those who have the power, it they choose I And further-on the 26th of the same month, Jftlrttel. a
of Ok! lle s" twenty one city strong whig paper, *ay. :
are buckling on The is render
l d D.noralic tik.t County
; :. j Mexico. miles the Ln to exert it, of throwing unexpected and vexatious Captain THORNTON'S command of dragoons were attacked "PaEI1DEI'fTJA1.
: t : their armor, and preparing for the approach. being twenty beyond pass ed tomjle'e by tho addition of the name of P Lmxs.Wztx.e,
4t 1' :' of Rio Frio.Ve now turn for a moment to .TRICJ ob"tacles in the w ay ? Those who thus act,had bet- by the enemy on the American side of the ed, some month .iDCe, hat if rmui

i : c .: J ing contest. It 1 is long since any State election other subjects' of great mlt-rot. SMITH. E.q., of MIc-asuckie who, we are author ter proceed at once to Mexico, and join themselves river, some sixteen killed and wounded, and the balance was pared, be would be the text General Taylort hrl

.t has involved such important consequences ised his triend to will consent to serve United State ThU the
f 1 The expedition which left Vera Cruz about: by say H.t to the enemy, whose cause they so warmly espouse surrounded and taken prisoners. These unequivocal remark was coVn-i?
't: f: .: .0 for the of the Union, the approaching should they (hint other, which predicated the In-
' t -" Democracy A the 13th inst. to reinforce Maj. pwj'leina Legislative capacity here. The Cincinnati Commercial, a neutral paper, acts of war on the part of Mexico were followed C.nrl'. fleclion upon _
: : election for Governor of Pennsyl.vania. laly's command spontaneous* movement 0' the
: ; i' We hare therefore, hs
r : to placed peopls-.
1 was composed of Capt. \r proper det. although it leans plainly towards the Whigs, thuss'vakx by the attack on Gen. Taylor'. army on its ment which. could not ; her be ID
I : ,'' On its result may probably el company with those of BRANCH helped or bi
I" 'i depndr of the. 12th infantry, Capt. uf name ;Iel r.'nl IR of this petty conduct cf the Whig Governorof march from the Braso to the entrenchments oppo by parties or politician
: i the ascendency of the Democracy of the Hai.'s company and and ju.trt them this immediately But
.. ':.. the 14th infantry: ali! company M.UWIL. the great State of Ohio : site to Matamoros. which resulted in the glorious : fe.d.d not foresee, nor append "..
Hence democratic
for to come. our head of the These this prediction hazatted
editorial was
years under the ,that
I t. :.::i':.t brethren of other States are the of louisiana Rangers, all under command Ploirl. It will be seen by the above,that the governor or victories of the 6th and Oth of May. All these, and have his attention turned to Gen.Taylor wotlId
witnessing gentlemen are now before the people, and we unhesitatingly Ohio refines to furnish any assistance to the Presidential Utr.r.
1. of Captain %% elx.! returned toVcra companies more things which might be enumerated,trans Writing. We
They many were lori( that
I t. : ,i contest with i intense anxiety. is a say, that ihey are entirely worthy of of this regiment to reach the rendezvous in this bi.eoemie i il he ,,
r. = Cruz on the 17 h, af.er !having proceed pired before the President' declaration-but notwithstanding them, could not defeat bira. He was
L .:' fir one ; our candidate well-tried, able and their confidence and support : aid indeed we may city. We will merely remark without stopping to if be continued to Ins sure and _
I il: : and he been regularly nominated ed a far as National: HriJjje, where they expected : inquire' whether the governor of a State is bound to them we find that federal editors have keep eye to the front,withoat
I : ; ba boldly challenge this cr any other section of the looking toward, CT, if pctsible. without
; r. aid the called for from this State in tbinKar.r
r' : to mertake-Msjor troops reachingthe the hardihood to that his declaration that war
the Should he be defeated the at. LIY.1 cOI'uoud.- say the White-House. Rot
, 1.( by party. State to brinjr forward a set of men more eminently rendezvous appointed, that. the general practice it cannot be denied tksf
t = will be vain to explain the decision of Maj. Lilly however, bad gone on, and by sub. existed was not in accotdance with the truth for Gen Taylor" Presidential Letters are .
[ ; tempt qualified: for the discharge of the arduous duties ol has been tar the States to furnish their quotas ef men patting 1ft
[&i ,: .. : the ballot boxes in any other manner than by sequent advices at Vera: Cruz it is known that the station to which Our friends the at the place of rendezvous designated in the call.- war did not in fact exist!" Is not this worse face upon things. Heia ceitainly not u strotigs
: ; they apire. be and
L: ; : ;1 -. admitting that the whig have the majority. he had carried up his tiain in safety beyond The refusal of Governor Uebb to do this, is likely to than ridiculous ?-i. it not shameful ? But it show. I the was old; we are not now prepared to tat tbs
did lh little the veteran
\s'hig', mCh'cl not a cridit in selection may not the People
.. Jalapa. retard the movements of thee troops; as it i is )]uitepr us to what stress the of the war driven int'lOlIIe
:: Our candidate for Canal Commissioner is, opponents are serious doubts his htnew-
-1 thc made but \ield! to them in as to for President-"
rid that least
: The conmiindof Wells we ajot b.iMe! at some of the captains have not
: all both and Cp' were compelled to make good their insane charge that this is the
I t ." also above rtpwacl, personally our, claim* to superiority! for the we dsy i the tiu-ais of flaying for the transportation of their What does this mean I Simply that *o long
their the
and theymade tide w
fiiiht Ills
to l 10
t'; ':" politically, and eminently! qualified for the \vay; Uttlrf; Lton.V I comMnies.| We have been anxicns to again see the 'I President's War" that it was brought on by"him Taylor remained silent letting no know'&j
present to the rcter ot t ; ma\ hereafter body ,
( '4 : :; duties of that office. If under such I IF te :attempt; to pass it, al! the live-branch of peace wave Over our country, but we when it could and should have been avoided, &e.- view, those who in favor
3. important were of
'I him
heights ocr.ipU'ii by the who speak ra : .: circumstances the democratic Keystone should guerrillas, opened was only by a vigorous What would these patriotic federalists, (pardon the who
. "lt heavv lin- all fi'ncsscf these grntlt'men f hr Irgi-iUtor, but prosecution of the war until Mexico would were mostly whigs, ere willing toelectl1imr
/ ,. -I there is great danger that the arch a upon: tb"I, killing nearly misnomer,) be willing to consider hostility toward
give way now, because he writes
listen to IT''rlureoJ.e have assailed the President letters, and
defer turtKr marks for [ BO other
I the mules all 1 : the bole we any : theprcsei.t.G.idsdcu : reastm
I I i : :;: may tumlle into pieces. In this contest, em lorcing party? to re- f"r net prosecuting the war with vignr. We have our Government, especially when it is administered is mentioned]-they we disposed to give him _

I ; : phatically he that is not with us is against us. tire. They U-fi tia\\ lioe! of their wagonssate County.Dr. th<'uht that an energetic prosecution cf it would by a democrat Would they have the Govern There is something in all thi- np

. t.;.. '.;; not apprehend defeat, unless our wily foe only one in the pl ...*>:oit of the lfIIJ.1 J. L SHiEi.r.,Gtn. A. K. ALLI O.V, Cni S. have long ere this terminated it, and we are trulY' ment to wait until the walls of the Capitol at Wash "rotten in Denmark.wrong The something
,, the baggjg' of the officers and knapva'ks ol sorry that (the executive ot this State has taken the whigs have evidntiv
t : : should first lull us into !security by making no SIBLEY, Eq and Dr. THO MU.NROE are the Dcm- ington were battered down before the rod of correction themselves into
i '. the men, which in the fell into "It'p he has Our friends, our neighbors are in the I got a scrape by heir haste in wpur1
I Z : extraordinary public efforts ; and then, at the WUl wagons cratic candiJat; :or the Legislature! from (Jjdvlen.. heart of Mexico : their communications cut off for shall be raised ? It would seem so from the Taylor for President, ad they
the hands of iic.! Mexicans, and little eic be. are now trying bard
: eleventh hour, quietly steal a march upon us, The vote is generally nearly! di'lde in County! con : want of men-perhaps at thi time beleaguered; yet tardiness they manifest in acknowledging the justiceof to back out cf it. It is too
sides tbemail faved. The of apparent to overlooked !
have done in other States. Our was loss men we refuse them aid. Should our gallant now
r/3- as they some tests iaGad denbiit the Democrat are in g/lipi. army their country' course in this war, for when the that
:: : to l he the acrt'! in this affair: was but five or six killed and two in ttio heart of Mexico be cut off by the hordes of they have been playing a game in which
vigilance ought constantly on and feel confident of the Government from the of the who
[ti or three \wounded and) several' men have subsequently nits prttty enemyia merillas w hirh surroun J them, who among us wouldnot obstinacy enemy, they have overreached themselves.
until the of
'f :; : moment victory. the coming election. The opposition ticket i is drops tear?" refused to settle our difficulties in an amicable way,
.:: ", The slavery in of its ancient tiitu :; fatigue auJ exposure on
*,*" i. question one the march 00 composed of Major Johnson, Dr. MraJwcll, R. L We ara happy to add that the War Department,on and rejected the minister invited by them and des Honor to LJevt. Marln.
t been revived and threat
? -: '. ;Ktf aspects to convnUe, has the recently The democrat About eigli' mi'es ibis side of tha I ridge; Harrison. and P. .A. IdOI, T:'' hearing of Debb's refusal to despatch the troops to patched by the Executive for that express purpose- We notice by the ,. Brooklyn Advertiser" thai a

: ens country. I I Ca .t. W.'li his advance.detached twelve the rendezvous immediately l ordered Lieut. Col. J. when the Government we say, took the only step] beautiful gold mounted iword has been presented to
; on
: ; themselves "
': ic of the Union to Fair
; ; .' party ought prepare : Dr.) with 1'laj. Frving, the mustering officer, to supply the velun left to it in this emergency instead of supporting i it Lieut. Mann,C'f the Navy.bearing the lollowia|inscription
dragoons accompanied by
: : in time for the approaching stortn.I .- I We have admitted! the communication with this
it : : (leers with rations and thing for their by their counsel and hearty co-operation they seek :
directions to l arid if every necessary
: Their best in the hour of is go cautiously, they
security danger, I war s.znature;; in our columns to-day for the reasons ur- .
-. found it to to Maj. but coa f< rt, which was done, and the regiment save*, to embarrass it by studiously concealing the truth Presented to
1 : : fast their lime-honored prudent report{ ;
to cling to principe
131) Cid by the writer. We deem (them sufficient. lytie : Lieutenant
M. C.
if they encountered) to and from di-.1an r.1enl, and the State of Ohio from partial and misrepresenting its whole course. Is this pat. MAEIX,
: ; : A sacred the Federal! Constitution any his
; regard to olJI'acc ( way, \>e notice in the M.tctllany, and JFiiga By fellow citizens of Brooklyn as a token of their
) the ftc: at Jitgraee in the conduct of her Chief Magistrate.That riotism? If it is, it is a patriotism reculiar to the
:, >i. : and for the reserved rights of the States, is the report once. XotbinghasMncebecn, strong federal published at Atalanta, Ga the ; approbation of his gallant conduct at the cap
beard of this pasty, and it is the federalists of the last and the present war, and i is I ture of Aliarado and Tlacotalpam.
J immovable! basis on which the party alone can fruptosed[ { of a cell le character" from General' Idea.

a J; .: safely rcst.. This ha saved us from the in. whole have 1.I'f into the hands ot the Mex repunt ScctttoGcn. Clinch ifc, which was first published i iGrn. inClinch's The Sentinel is disposed to ridicule our argument something with which the genuine American will Lieut. Marin i is a native of this State. It is with

roads of Abolition. Northern democrats are icans. twelve dragoons: we Mij>j>o eto have nothing to do.M Out Country,first and last," peculiar gratification that we are enabled to record
: reply to Gen. Call's vindication, in against its consistency about a Bank. Our readers"ill
be a portion of I'airchiM's Dr. is his motto, but it is manifest that this is not the this high appreciation of the service of of
in the abstract -
i::: not expected to approve slavery company. 17. The editor prefaces the certificate with the remember that we noticed its complaints against one oar
; : : but they owe it to themselves, they Cooper was. the surgeon who went up with sentiment of the opponents of the Mexican war. own citizens. Lie t. Marin bore a very conspicuouspart
: -. ; a remark that .the- charge (of resign1: .; his commission the Bank of England, showing the dangerous I
t : : value the Union and all the the train Alvarado under the gallant Hunter. Whatever
'p political blessings in the course of an active campaign, when his power of that institution,and expressed our surprisethat The Suar Crop.
: ,; which bountifully flow from it to abide by theo Capt. Wells had five successive engagements I may be the opinion entertained in relation to
? cn'icc were needed,) was originally publiahcc I one who saw this and could expose it so well, From accounts of the prospects of the cane cropin
of the constitution and leave the wiib the cnerry before the final aflair the charge of insubordination against Hooter,
compromises through the columns of the Tallahassee Floridian. i when speaking a 'foreign Bank, should notwithstanding the sugar-growing States there is good reason, for none
-3: question where that instrument has left it to at the bri-J ,"'. In this, the Mexicans !had one can deny that Lieut. M. did but his duty in obeyingthe
1 J : : in the summer 1S37, at which time a furious this, advocate the establishment of a similar believing that the production in 1547 will equal, i iit if
: :* the States wherein slavery exists. Our fathers piece of artillery engaged, from which they ( ai-I orders of his immediate commander.
: : tacks made u.on General Clinch by ONE R. institution in the United States. The Sentinel does not exceed, that of the last year. Of the
: have made this with their brethren fired grape and were thus able to make Loring at Cerro Gordo and Marin.t Alvarado bare
:: ... agreement 00 Call." This spiteful fling at Gov. Call i is pointless though, says it was merely showing the evil action Louisiana crop, by far the greatest sugar-producing
of the South, and it i is not for the dotcendants their stand agaiiut the command of Captain done credit to our young State; and we feel assured
r will not invalidate. the certificate of character"he ofthe Bank of England against our citizens, the cot : State in the Union the Picayune of the 2th ult
either party: in the present 1 that their future career will not sally the honor of
"' ': gen has pivtn Gen. Clinch, where the Governor ton planters, and others. This is true ; but did it says-" From every section of the sugar-growing region -
: eration, to cancel this solemn: compact. TheAbolitionists Maj. Lilly on going up with! the train is especially the country in whose service they are engaged.
is known. Indeed, General Scott should get show also that the same evil power could not be wed of our State we have the most gratifying acCounts -
'. by their efforts to annul it, have said to have hvl a harp skirmish, ; ,: ,t5: arrested the natural of emancipation, guerrillas at Cerro Gordo, and to have exrecl- some one to endorse his character from the taint or against the citizens of Great Britian ? If British of the prospect of the growing crops. At er: The following cud from America' distinguished

( ; pr ref far his conduct in the Florida i i. subjects hate not felt injury from the action of Lake Vorgne a day or two we met with several
.3 ; : and done great injury to the slaves! tbcm eltcs. cd another brush with tlH'l at Li Ilova. Xo lunacy 9., as war any ago tragedian, EDWI* FOBXCST,i i. contained in

.J ';: After Louisiana was acquired from FranceS account of these ai.ir have been received, concerned. I is well remembered that his mode of! Ilhe &nk-the very action of which the Sentinel intelligent planterr, who expressed the opinion that some of the New York gapers Cannot Florida enter

:c5 :;1 S by Mr. Jefferson, and when the State of Missouri but our laii-sl. l l..ters: say that there i ii uo doubt fighting'} the wilv and treacherous &'uinole was to I. cemf'1ainwh did they make so much fuss about the appearance at this time justified the belief that the lists in competition for the magnificent [
; ..-: which constituted a of it, was about of the saf.oflhc! train. \u news had been mach his army in three columns through our hatn- it ? Why did they call it A pressure ? True, the the production of Sugar this year would exceed that here offered ?

par racki and ", and and evening Sentinel did not speak of the of the Bank as of the last by at least :OtO0 hogshead The plant,
: .S to admitted into lha Union, the Missouri heard at Ira rttz of Captain Ces.aiicon'6 pine bar : morning power The Wriber desiring;to promote the farther cultivation -

ri question b arose, and in its progress threatened company fir! a : fortnight. It was out on a fire sina1gurs. that the various columns, and t.t against the interests of British subjects, but it cannot it i is true is subject to disaster before the crop is finally of drr 'Vic letter in this country,offers the

.' .. scout when news reached there that Indian* too, n.iljt ki.ow the precisi hour ct advancing deny the existence that power and it cannot saved, but present appearances unquestionablyindicate sum of Three Thousand Dollars for the best original
the of
the Union. This was set. Major
i cissutiol tragedy in five acts, which shall be written American
I :" :1 ted by men of the last generation, as olh- Lally requited' leinforcemenls, aol) i is blIj). in the morning and of carcp'Jg: at night, as but admit that the citizens of that country felt the a very large yield. We congratulate our citizen. by an -

t ':';, cr important and dangerous questions have posed by miny' that the company)' fell in with \'dl.s the position cf cjch. column!' To cite the bad influence of that power in the very instance friends engaged ir. this important branch of agriculture The manuscripts to be transmitted to the subscriber -

t. :' ,':; been settled, in a spirit of mutual concession. the trail, and: crossing the National! 1'ridge, opinion of that General, then, about the Florida. which called forth! its: complaints.But and the country at large upon the flattering on or before the 25d day of June next 1S4S. If

'.it' Under the Missouri compromise, slavery was continued up \\ ill it. Others again think differently war, or of a'Y one ennged therein, a authority. is says the Sentinel, we n.ust defend ourselves prospects before them." be by nresent.d that time Si.no the drama nnhlie should.a a .,'nc.d be sent,which eoold tk.

I e :'..' : 44 forever prohibited" north of the parallel an-J sI:5i.se; I the she: company has bordering near on to the ridiculou .Jut: we leave against such power, and it intimates that a National er A Washington letter writer states that owingto the award for the best production received shall be

> : 4 i is < of 36 deg 30 mil). ; and south of this line been cut t11 by Ibe Meiicans. Such. is the these matters to he determined by these mere cognizant Dank of our own is the instrument to do this with. I the accession oCt the States of Iowa, Florida Tex One Thousand Dollars.

" :. .*;'. .* the question was left to be decided by the peo. tenor of our latest It-tier i of the facts than we arc. We will venture, If a Bank has the power the Sentinel ascribes to it. as, ic., new judicial circuits will have to be established Letters and communications to be addressed (post

pie. Congress, in the admission of Tel, In regard to General Scott's much, there I 0'f"U. one liute rttrak in cncu condu4n, by way of and if that power can be exercised as well againstthe by the next Congress, which will give to the I paid) to 284 West EDWIN Twentj-econd FORREST street

if-: : : following in the footsteps of their predcccsors were rumors at Vera Cruz that !he l.at met I advice; the Stnlin'f-never, in futire, utter ill- citizens of the country in which it is located as President the appointment of one or more Justices New York, Aug. 2.1, 1S41.

;1 adopted the same rule ; and in my opinion the cneni) and repulsed! them after a sharp engagement natured assertions about the course otyour political against t foreigners, which the Sentinel cannot deny, of the Supreme Court of the U. S.
:i S..: .. : the harmony of the Slates, and even the security in wh.ch; he lost 800 men This opponents, without first looking well around you, and which it would be absuid to deny where wouldbe Immigrants,-The number of passengers which

!, ,:'; 4- of the Union itself require that the line the Mexicans. regarded: as a victory on their and see to it that you understand the bole ground the defence it would make ? Why just this.- The Government Sale. have arrived at the port of New York iruthe last

: .r <: of the :Missouri compromise should be extend. part, a their loss wa* insignificant. Notwithstandn thoroughly, ere )('u indulge in strictures again while the foreign Bank was putting out one eye the The lands seized by the United States, chiefly eight months, U 116.9S1. This exceed the number

., ''f. cd to any new territory which me may acquire ; :; these details our correspondentwrites which are groundless. home Bank would engage- in a fight- with it which from defaulters and defaulting corporations are advertised of arrivals in the whole year ol 1S46 by 1751. It a

;: .' 6 from Mexico. that there is no tiuth in them whatever.lie would result in putting out the rtber. Thus those others.for sale the by land the Secretary of Mr. Swartwout of the TreasurAmon is offeredfor !.- bought by the Journal ot Commerce that the wiofo

I 1 S. .S ;" I should entertain the same opinion, even if also, considers] the announcement of the Death of the Hon. Silas U-right. who arc to be defended will be utterly ruined the sale and makes quite a considerable item, viz: number of arrival at all the port in the Union for

;;; #'f j: it were certain that this would be me a seri Sun of Atnhuac that Jen. Scott arrived at.tyotla The papers confirm the rumored death of thfs battle between two huge money monsters. Rather Some 43 lots in New York city ; some 47 in New the year 1S47, will fall little abort of, and may exceed

i 1 .>. : .- 00 question ; but that it can never be thusconsidered on the llth as a statement hazarded truly great man. He died at his residence in Can than this, we say let us get along the best we can, Jersey; CS7 shares in New York and Maryland Iron one-quarter of a million.

be evident all who mere in.nor. lie has confidence in the and, at all avoid Bank and Coal Company ; the residuary interest in 720
v Q : must to have upon ton, St Liwiencc count, : Y., on Friday, August events, raising up a power
shares do. 4SO of land in
i: V-1 attentively examined the subject. veracity cf the man who arrived on the ist., 'J7ih, and was buried) on Sunday the 2' lb. The par whose will can control our i interests,and hOle pow Va ; some;23 lots acres of land in Illinois Hampshire; and in county three, More 2)aops.-The Washington correspondent of

: : :' Neither the soil, the climate nor the productions and declares tiie vanguard: of CU'1 army to ticulars of his death are contained in an extra of the er may crush us when it chooses. nearly equal tracts, an aggregate of 144t43 acres of he Baltimore Sun state that the President has issued

i 'T;:. '-*. of that portion of California., south of have been in Ayotla on the IJth, having met densburg RrpiilHran of the same day. I slate! Say what it will, the Sentinel is inconsistent in its and in Texas." requisition for five more regiments of volunteers -

';-. ") 3 deg.. 30 min., nor indeed any portion of it, no resistance *o- far. IJoth the Vera Cruz pa. that .about half-past ci!ht o'clock in the morning, position. Every word it utters to show that the The lands belonging to Mr. Swartwout lying in -two from Tennessee,two from Kentucky, and

I ,. ,./'. north or south, is adapted to slave labor ; and pers and our correspondent; believe that Gen Mr. Wnnht raIled at the poit-ofHee apparently in DaM of England is a mi-fhierous institution, condemns Texas, as also the'Government! interest in certain one from Indiana. The design of the Government i is

j 1. ': besides, erer facility would be there afforded Scot was in possession .Mexico. by the liOth Ins usual health. While stated, in a chair at the its advocacy of a Bank of the United States.It lots in Jacksonville in this State, will be found advertised said to be to have thirty thousand men under Gen.

I ;t jt to the to escape from his master. Such inst., but they had no information to this ef pert-office, reading a litter the young manthe only one is dangerous, so will be the other. Why, in this paper. Scott by the close of September.

1 property would be utterly insecure in any par fect. clerk in the office, perceived that he dropped the then, will it persist in advocating such a Bank, whenit

I :. of is morally impossible! there We have more minute accounts on board letter what evils The next Presidency in the Jf.use.-The Journalof The following extract of a letter i* published in
Calfornia I and appeared as if seized by a sudden pain.- sees so plainly great it can inflict?
the ship of th Commerce has a short article on this the Savannah Georgian, and is dated
; t a majority of the emigrants to that Agnes : various engagementswith He was alarmed, and inquired of, Mr. Wright what subject as

.; ";; portion of the territory south of 36 deg. 30 the guerrillas! mentioned above. The was the matter ? Mr. Wright, his band to Missouri Compromise.There follows : TOKINA, Florida,August 19th, 1S47.

tS ::- : ,t 5 .5 min., which will be chiefly composed of our Mississippi, being a fast sailer, has anticipated his heart, replied that he putting pain seems to be a growing disposition on the part 'S The Presidency.-The election to Congress of The information at the time you received it, of the
r W3 suffering extreme of Northern and 3enj. B. Thurston Dem. in the Western district of promise of the largest crop of cotton in Florida this
those but without papers especially those
fellow-citizens from the accounts all the
f : Eastern Middle and among
[: .:. p \ supplying in (the chest-that he had twice before within the professing Rhode Islanddivides the delegation of that State in pear ever known, may have been correct at the time

-' .t, Western Stttes, will cver re-establish slavery I details. week felt similar pain, and t that upon sitting downit *he democratic faith, to settle down upon the be U. House of Representatives and takes away the opinion was formed; for about five or six weeks

;' .:' :;t within its limits. In regard to New Mexico, I We have no letter direct from the army.- parsed lint this felt Missouri Compromise line in the adjustment of the he last hope or fear of a W hig majority in the House.. the limbs of the cotton plant were strung with form
away. more 6e'ere-Ile
r 11' ;. '. S S east of the Kio Grande, the question' has been The Boletin de las Xoticias, of Jalapa, says it passing into his left : \3 and his Heroic questions arising out of the acquisition of territory The delegation thus far elected, stand as follows: or squams" That was a period of consiJerable aax-

r :; already scttfcd by the admission of Texas in- that more correspondence from the has arm to neck. at the close of the Mexican war. It will be seen Jni,. Dtmon' /c. Equally Di iJNl. iety with the planters: the excitement of (the promise
S army and went to the door (to go home bul returned to his Vermont Illinois Georgia of an abundant yield if the germ should arm
L '::' '.?! to the Union. been intercepted by the guerrillas. This pa. seat and desired the v oung man to or send for Dr. from a letter published in this day's paper, that the Pennsylvania Missouri New Hampshire at maturity,and the apprehension of the shedding d

; : Should we acquire territory beyond the per appears to have advices from Puebla! to Claik. The go distinguished' son of Penrajlvania the Hon. JAMES Ohio South Carolina Rhode Island the forms from a prevalent continuance of wet weather. -
Clark who
...;. ,1.: Rio Grande and east of the Rocky Mountains, the lKh( int.! but oily states I hl the last division young ra.) tWil for Dr. DITCHANAN, also takes ground in favor of that Com Florida Michigan Total ( Our prospects have'been blasted and our fears
came ir.totheullice and g sun < e days of heavy
tf' it is still that of of the American that promise. Fioni these cheering' indications, New York Texas
; ; more improbable a majority army on day we may
medicine } rain the last of followed
i. which stUd to relieve him, and Mr. W.aCCOinnanied Ness Jersey Virginia July were immediately
;I the people of that region would consent to re- 4000 stron-'. reasonably look forward to an amicable understand. b v a great filling off in the appearance of the cotton
r L' the_ 1)1lnr, ,.... walr.._!...<_l .lu.mp.___. 9_ four. Massachusetts Indiana _
,'f ; : ,T establish slavery. They< arc themselves, in rods from theottice.n' n. ing on this question. There will be no oppositionto Deliware Iowa crop. Most of the forms dropped off,the leave* tam

it. -. a large proportion, a colored! population ; and A Gl Story Spoiled.-The story of constancy The Dolor remained with this course from the slave-holding Slates-thty Connecticut Tennessee f. yellow, and many withered and fell. The dam*-

; .f among them, the does not socially be.t \ ', displaced by '%Ir. ArchibaldCampbell. Mr. Wright at his lou3 some time,and left him lying trill stand or fall ly that Contpromue, and the Kentucky Arkansas age indeed i*rery great. [The aside crop,the most
; .
negro abundant when wboUj
upon his bed in a gentle pervpiratiori. supposing North Carolina Alabama free (rom'disaster u almost
t t.S. .. .::} long to :degraded race. of Colchester! Delaware county, him tu be better. Very soon alter! he had left Lira North is warned that further than this the South Total 11. Tot all I. destroyed: the bottom cr. p iJ no note than 4-Stbs

The question is, therefore, not one of prac. who, irj his list ) ear. and after two marriagesiu reached Dr. will never submit to infringement of her constitutional The four States not included in the above list,are of an avenge one,and the ratio of the top crop doe

4 :; tical importance. agitation, however hon i this country: returned and wedded his first I a message Clark that Mr. Wright sasding rights. Sooner would she see this Union Maine, Maryland Louisiana and Mi8 i58ippi. It i U not piomise better. I do not anticipate making nor*

S '.. love in Scotland, is spoiled I, the statement and before the Doctor reached the house he most probable that three of these will elect a majority than 3-5th. of a crop compared with the averaM of
cstly intended, can produce no effect but to achieved as it was at such sacrifice by her, shivered will be
) dead. and the other the year 44 and 5. Nor do I believe there
Democrat Maryland bea
of ( )
I : : j alienate the people of different of the of a correspondent ofthe Troy Budget, to the \8 into fragments than yield rights may section of
: clearly
guaranteed than
i. portions Gov. says the Villas, was only .12 tie. At all event, the Whigs have no chance of a more 2-3rds of a crop made in this
f. ..: S Union from each other ; to excite sectional following rfTi-ct : Wrigb He Albany to her by the National compact. It may have beenan majority of the Slates, and consequently no chance he: country compared with those year Nor if
ofsge. born in the of inherit
1 ,' ; divisions and j jealousies ; and to distract and This Ar biJaJ Campbell, of Colchester years was town error in the first instance to have consented to of success,except by uniting with some other party or like cause have produce} like effect, do I believe

4 :"iJ;' j i i possibly destroy the democratic party, on the Delaware: county, itt this State, so far from returning subsequent Ma ach'sets.jear on his the father 21th day and of family May, removed 17U5. The to that Compromise, as it savored very much of a surrender action, in case the House.the election" of President* should devolve there the whole will be cotton made growing moretban2,2WP000r2,2.50,00015 region of the Union; and

:\; ;, mk .. ascendency of whose principles and measures to Scotland a widower, to woo and In 1615 he jurisdiction over the matter to Congress upon these figures can only be realized by the most favorable

i i1 depends, n I firmly believe, the success of win the early object of his afectionl after a 'se \nnonl. was graduated at Middlebury. but further than that Compromise the North must Rhode Island Election.-Benjamin B. Thurston, circumstances and seasons from this time for
College, in that State and in the that
fall of
: -Ii l our grand clpriment of self-government. paration of forty years,' a wife liv. year re not attempt to press her ruinous measures. Thiswe democrat has been elected to Congress from the ward. The cottort i is two weeks later than ii.1,
l to New York to will not
the of law
commence study and if there should be eatly frost the crop
: :'z ;. Such my individual\ opinions. ing in New Jersey Mrs. Campbell, who think to be the unanimous sentiment here, and Western District of Rhode Island This is a Democratic
at Sandy In the fall of 1S23 be elected reach 2,000,000 bles
' was to
;; .tcj: : openly and freejy expressed, ever since the was : widow considerable property, was the State Hil.Senate from St. Lawrence i if met by a corresponding feeling elsewhere the vexatious gain. The district was represented in the last _

: i.: t commencement of the present unfortunate agitation married to Mr. Campbell about fourteen years county. I and unfortunate questions raised in the Wit- Congress by Lemuel H. Arnold Whig. Rhode Island ( The number deaths in the city of New York
he to
II I 'Jj ; and of all the places in the world, I ago. Soon after this mirriage, his mercenary chosen l&y State was .lele Congress., to which In. 1S29 he was mot Proviso may be happily disposed of. Those i i. thus thrown out of the account-{he delegation for the week ending Angwt 29,was 347 ; in Pkilidelpb'ia -
office M in
prefer to put them on rcr before the in. spirit of miser affection manifested itself in endeavors Comptrot.r the WM questions mast 'now be met, and in the strong and being equally divided-in case the election of for the same perifd 156, and ia Baltinort
I 1532 by Tn 1833 be
t ,. corruptible! democracy Berk. I, there to get possession of his wife's property. Lgi.lture. was unequivocal language the Charleston JUertwry) the President should go into the House. 91. The deaths in Charleston'for the week A""S
United States Senatorto which
U t !. ? (to offer you following sentiment Through wuntlof entire success, be treated his chosen office be was 1' resisted ajd defeated by successful compromiseand August 30, were II, and In New Orleans, for.the

!, ..D' ., : wife very sha nielessly,and frequently! referredto re-elct, in 1837, for the term of six ean. In settlement on the Missouri bails, or they will Whig nominationfor County.-The Whig week ending 29lh August, 442, of which 311 were

it :' The Missouri Compromise : Its adoption this Mr*. Janet Kdmislon, of Carmonnock, IS 13 he was again re-elected and in 1841 was called end in the utter ruin of the ilave-holderu, or compel of this County held a meeting on Saturday last and from Yellow Fewr.

- .cc1 in 1820 used the Union from threatened con. Scotland, as the darling object of[his affections, from the Senate to take the post of Governor, on them to resistance hereafter by the sword." nominated Messrs. Thomas H. Hagner, William M.

( rulsion. Its extension in which he entered on the first January, 1845, and 00- The Raleigh N. C.) Stafford of the lit instant
: 18.11 to any newt adding (and thus unwittingly explaining the Maxwell, Charles Bannennan and Dr. Milton J. (

? 5 1 : territory which we may acquire, will secure cause of his singular constancy) that "Janet from "bib he retired on the first of January, 1S47. BJ- The Hon. W. H. POIJC, Minister of the United Mcflrideas their candidates for the Legislature. contain a brief notice of the death of Hunt*

r f 1 the like happy rts!'. had more pounds than his wife had pence." Mr. Wright ,1 a prominent candidate for the State to the Kingdom of Naples, and brother to JAM.:,. Esq..of New Hanover county, at (hO ad -

Pb ,t1 Yours, vrry respectfully, Notwithstanding hi* brutality and shameless- Presidency in IMS, and he was no doubt the choice he President, has resigned his mission and accepted &: John P. Kennedy,the novelist,ha been again ed age of 73 year*. Mr. JAMM WM highly! *"

1 f: S't-: JAMES BUCHANAN. fleas, Mrs. Cam'tLcl' maintained him comfort of nine-tenths of the Democracy in the N. bD and the appointment of Major in the Third Rrgimert nominated by the Whigs of the 4th Congressional pected citizen of that StaJe, and ww the verj/J11

if t. I Charles K."lc 1*I", President, aud Gco.J ably, with, own means, unri about three Eastern,Sale. His death will be !'. ; of Dragoons. soon to be on active service inMexico. District, in Maryland a candidate for Congress.lis .- man to nrl his earn M ft student ef the Uuvm7f *

: Au /' *. ffpayd and Jacob JirenJto Secretaries. years since, when he left !, sretf[ f1, a. a national loss [ competitor i i. Robert M. McLaae, democrat. North Carolina after iU incorporation i in!'

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I "o.eraJ L. CUnch.n entirely e1Ce.CTIncVdJd o hoWpot- cr tI 'bjtIIe- war of Orzabatbedei.I the Izmaia XrUe1 95*-W' we ahd a re I aD I-O 'S.ThTagaaeay. ; 1

se-sion -which be fought twenty concludes with these remarkable words: ral celebrated The SILAS D. ENact : ?.Ag'mstIs41.S .
minutes after the last gun was fired." w tni nt"e- E.LED PROPOSALS will, received :
I A* E&r of Ae Florid : Gen.Call's Peace will positively b the result." event has lefi no del excitement of any con. mlnior for Leon county, at the election Otob office until the b b nest a, tli
GattUatenI request you to publish idyoor of its reply in was considered at tim Camachy.-Incao; states that.the In sequence. Gen.Armstrong goes'out by the next. : o'clock at D. Co the do Oto tb iatf a of : .,
valuable paper the enclosed extract I appearance public prints, as sue- diln' en masse the neighborhood Caledonia with TbeHoUiDguerarrived the United Statit.If law sad iD luit1. .

1 lire watched the CaT now going forward cessfully clearing him. of the imputations of of Campeachy, and bad marched into that at Cork dec. Reports of the Supreme Cu hereinaftet decfibedtipun tb tt 0 a pp1 i iwtio

ia water Georgia, between tho gentleman Gen. Clinch, and indeed a placing the latter place, carrying havoc and devastation in their Thfr Caledonia takes O.O in specie. NOS.1 and 2, comple ( 1, ar bW ral mentioned below. Ce .it: '

whose o name heads this ace Gen. DCXCAJI G.nerl almost hors du combat. But for the train. We have already given, in late advices may be at k Store of P.A. LANDS LYING IN THE SAT T 0J

CUXCH, and the Ho. Towxs, with present I quote nothing further from it than the from Merida, some details of the insurrection Robert Dae Owen.-In looking over our (ward an at Floridian 1S1G and V, and Office.form These volume Reports of are > z1

I inter; and however desirioua I may conclusion ; and to this I most respectfully invite in Yucatan, which seems to have been exchacg pasert from all parts of the country 530 o yean pages. Pice. $ *:per a No-cash.nearotuo 1 ; I I .

g the success of the Democrats, Icraiay.bo1d your attention. General Clinch's friends wide we find that they attribute the defeat of Robert September II, a .
beD fr spread. _ _ 4.I
have asked of you the pub- claim for hif distinguished and important ser- Dale Owen, in Indiana, not to his political n

no extracts, but for tbe insertionin ,'ic for country. They point to the From the Journal of Commerce, Sep. 3. principles, fAt on account of certain notions Jut Receive -1 DwI.lon, .c. .
tbes Jean
the Florida Sentinel of the 31st August, ofa which have been spent by Lim in Arrival of the Caedona which be entertains on moral and religious PER BRG .f.NV; ELZ.f. L

communication M Alapabaw," with battles, and upon this score they ask his election FIVE DAYS LATER EUROPE subjects lie has published a book in which inn 1UV/ OUNCE QUININE, z I .

the following sige the editor of that at the hands of the people of Georgia. The Rr. steamer Caledonia, Capt. I.ott he puts'forth opinions and principles, 1 i is Swajnt's' Gran Syrup Leeches.of Wild Cherry. _

print : The citation I now beg leave to make from from Li\cr1 Aug. 19th, arrived at said,. totally at variance with sound moralityand Also a few choice Regalia SEGARS. Washing S&Marhl i 1-I2. Smue r. Swan".vut,'"ar VWD 4

Gen. Call's reply this point is neither at She bro't the Cbr ian religion. his at- and Minerva Brands. LEWIS AMES. .
"Tbe following (r.Mfl a able friend in Tallahasseewill upon one o'cuck yesterday morning. opponent & Tract or land granted b. the r.
attract the notice. and approbation of our Georgia compJmntar ,the General's patriotism, or 132 passengers.The tacked him on this weak point in the campaign September II, 1547. 8 public oC Texas to Y.. &r.b. .

readers. Such facts in the history of that sterling military 8ef'icls and I commend it to the rumor circulated at Lh'erl, of the and the result is that he is beaten.- For whose attorney was Frost p

old patriot,Gen. Clinch, make bit partizau tradocers especial and marked notice of those of his assassination of Louis King of the We have not seen any of Mr. Owen's writings, Rent, -Ton.situated. at the fork N .
look worse than iusignificatit. The unfair.bite. Phipp STORE now by R. B. A. D. W Atoia and "ngtlina ;
vindictive and malevolent assaults upon Gen. friends who exhibit in the present canvass 8 French, is entitled to 10 but iftbey are such a a friend represents them THE POS Posion ocupie inn Nov'ember. which grant i. more pat t". ,

tbelocofoco press of Georgia will have no other much zeal for him and so little discretion : OflTKinsalc, Aug. 20th, passed steam-pro lo be, we do not in the slightest degree regret LEWIS &AMES. Iarly described in a deed made

effect than to arouse his Iriends t "Gen Clinch has been pleaded to allude] to my Sarah Sands, from New York for Liv lis; defeat-even by a federalist.! We preainiP &ph.mbr It. 1S47. 5 by Vetl Thorn, In said r .

conceive that the Democracy of Georgia having been placed in command of the army in Florida. per. M r. Owen's District will select a democrat under date or iurs .

f possessed of sufficient tale tit to defendthemselves .. 'He is the last mar Living who should have The news is only five days later than that at the next election, against whom no obj Public Land Sale. 23. lS3.Icontaining 10 .itiu Acn'f. t.

aN from all such atacks and I shall said one word on the subject The would command hare was it. received by the Guadalquiver. Th market j-clions ufa similar kind can 1t urged, when UJHTFD STATES LAND Orncr,\ 877 .. Al 21 Ibf. or of i- I,413 -.
given to me because Gen. Clinch not Tallahassee, September 11, 1547. J nn( lns
follow the example) of the Sentinel in the To the honor of the army l>* it said, that few instan- remained in about the same depressed condi can be no doubt but they canHnc- sued by John T. on I ,,
no i is that in
eiren of in.
epithets it applies to those who oppose Gen.Clinch's "p4 have occurred in which; a general officer has resigned tion. The scarcity of money was increased eeed over Judge Embree or any other federalist NOTICE" hereby from,the Commissioner pursuance of the Gene behalf and oflhegovernorofTex.
dated June
election, by stigmatizing the course w hile his country Y a enraged in war, and ata by tbe action of the private and joint stock who may ofer.U7.Jorn'l. ral Land OfLce, under authority vested in him by the a 21,1534foraboot Cohuila_ s 4

.of the Whig press in Georgia, in their time when a most important him bv Ins and responsible com The banks: ,which followed the example of the Bank -- 5th section of the Act of Congressapproved 3d August : 87 .4 ALsooneothercrmtificatecfthe .S..V
opp.sition m.nd1 urJo Jo-ernmenl. Kcntwly.-Te! new Legislature of tlis State il 1840 we shall proceed to offer at tafe,
the of discounts public tenor and date of
to Mr. TOWNS, unfair, ,' of the spirit the England in raising rates ; fame the ahove -
a pride Wing on joint ballot by majority.. The Democratshave on tbe eighteenth day of October next,at this office, i
for a like number 01
have him till the due 15,000WhichsaidIandswereconverd
and male\01ent" although to any one of un. dote of the citizen, fliouKI promptt to and failures had multiplied amount the following described tract. of public land, situated
lost one Senator, and gained (our members of
who is no stranger to the perform the last "ef-ic required Hesavshe and unpaid had reached to nearly ten millions within the former reserve of Econchatimicn.viz: Samuel \Vm. .4 fr
mind had been near tweuU-eight sears in the'llniceoC of the Home ol( lreentatife. compared with the Lots 23. 4 5,and.the South West by Swart\out to 5,
editorial I of the Chronicle Jf Sentinel For then, he dolar. -ant quarter of: Young. hate president of the
his country. twenty-eight }Carl last election. Section 9, T 5. R 7 W. I .
learn that numberofcorn Mount Coal and Iron
the Macon are to a large Savage
of his twentfive
the povernment sorry
had bounty
Messenger on }
& litf Fractional Section 21 I, of Lots .
q (consisting t. 2 and
Journal, Republican, and spears of which had been .da s of piping peace." bills drawn upon the fallen houses have Company il hast for the- eve
Sa"mh OBITUARY. 3,) "f T 5 N, R 7 W., and Lots G and 7, of Section &.benefit or the United Sates, S
which it is to mention He had passed through the "a with Great Britain come back protested. Stjs a London correspondent T 'NR7W. .
papers unnecessary the -Mth of 1M7 Lake deed date of the
without distinction; on no roll of lame had his name DI.d, on day August t. at by baring .
such langaoulJ be exceedingly fitting recorded While Jesup Gain, Scott, and of the Boston Atlas, in a postscript Bradford Leon County Fla Mr. ELIZABETH- THO'S. J. HOnSN. Register. 31st day 1542. .
editor of the Sentinel ben others his contemporaries were advanced one of the )6th : CLEVELAND, aced "* cars, a native ol Deanft.rtDistrict JOHN W. ARGYLE Receiver. and "con iantiary 6. 1543.an ,
a consider" unfair and vindictive," others or two grade for gallant lerd! and meritorious services "The merchants Boston and New York S. T., and daughter of Captain John Fit September II. IS 17. 8 5tDR. Libr .No. D D, folios

,might'oul regard as right and proper. For in- General Clinch was indebted for his ;promotion will read their private letters by this mail with of the Revolutionary War. C. I. BUNTING, t'. 2.In land records .

stance-the Whig papers made a great flourish to the death of his superiors, who fell gloriously in fear and trembling, for an immense number of Some time during the year 1SOG or 1S07, the sub SURGEON DENTIST _ AJeany county. fabn.LANDS ;
( became the victims of disease. But ,
abut Gen CLINCH'S throwing open his hatlt faithful or and advancing time, had done more fur timt.him corn bills! drawn upon tbe best and wealthiest j.c of this noliceconntct'd terseliwith the Baptist TT\VINO permanently: located in Quinry, LYING IN THE ATE m'FLORIDA. .

corn crib, and telling the volunteersto in peace, than he had done for hinntlf in war. It houses of London, Liverpool and Ireldtid I Church, under the ministry the Rev W, I Johnn XI leitpectluily tenders his services to t Forid.publicin I Torn of Jatuonfl .Doa county.

cat and drink so long a he had any thing male him a hrt.tt Brie Gentral for ten years service hare been protested and will go hack bj the !( .of which Church she continued a worthy and acceptable the various.branches of Ins profession.* From his II. Bryant &c.. foimrrowmers.S7t ,

left, never intimating that the Generl Gov. in the same grade. And when the nation became Caledonia. Within one week several oldfirm' tmrrberup tothe time ol her removal to experience and success in practice, he feels assured, ,IIS'JILiS No.6. in square No 2.
engaged in war, be owed it to his country of being able to please those who patronisehim.Dr. .
bilS.J irh may
Florida vv': occurred abouttlietearlsZto. After of lot No.3..t '
called the Gen. in the hue
ernmenl was promptly upon by and the profession of which htno long a largely engaged corn IrIt B refers the public to ,
era! to "(o the bill," hit leaving it to b member to stand to his post and perform his dutv'. stopped payment. Their total liabilities are her removal to tin country, not finding it convenient Col W. T. STOCKTON, Dr J. M. W. DAVIMON, Containing together 1371 feet bI IO$ I

inferred that all this was done by 'old But the General thought otherwise, he resigned his. stated to exceed 2,000,000, and a large portion to unite with the Baptist Church she continued Gln. C. H. Dtrpovr. Dr. R. E. LITTLE. .5 1

lacoocbee," as they term him, out of pure hos. cnmmiiion and retired to the enj.' ml'nt of that inglorious of this amount is known to be due to American unconnected! with anv branch of the Church until Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited 1. Each bid mUtt CODTINS b. I laraff number on Ibeschedule

and unbounded love for the 501.ditr. ea>c and luxurv to which tie his ever llcl houses. The worbt is not yet come. about 1'":'IT, when, having removed to M.inanna, on at their residence as usual. ,ixr.. for cash; to be deposited one of the
poor devoted And vhdid he : ? IS 17.
pit&hty so muCh rrs.cn BC3USt Septembei 1. 8 following place,to the credit of the Solicitor of the
The democrats, on the other hand, he m ht\va superseded' in command This i is an Failures in England, Ireland, and on the Con. West Honda]., she, at a Camp,mettinp near that Treasury, account cf what nl. ;

hunted among tbe old files of their d.cumen's' I imywwition( practiced. on the trPulity of a cencrcus tinent arc daily announced, while hundreds place, united herself with the Methodist Episcopal DR. HULL'S number in sifylnloo of property it H deposited par ,

and to their no doubt, that people. I mv;elf once klieHd it But, how wash small firms go over the dam and their names Church. About ls-10 she returned to Leon county to wit : I.

the found had received amument ample compensation I .superseded? Did Gen. Nol from him the are not mentioned. The crisis and where rhe much tore-enter the Methodist The United Satr. Treasury at Washington District
? he still retained monetary
command of his brigade .! ; it. [ i1Ii s SOPINIONS of Assistant Treasurer at
from the Government for this Ir1 art, charg. I What: then ? Why, the Government found that {nt troubles of April last were trifles compared Church hut (from circumstances bevond her contro', New York Phildelpha, Chailcttcn, SC BCD.,, .

ing a high a$1 50 per bushel lor the corn brizade was not sufficient to (conquer the Seminole with ihe present alarming state of affairs." she wa rrento from doing so. In all her Chris Orleans, and .Lni.;

the volunteers consumed, which was paid.- nation; and it sent a division and a Maj Gen. of the LIVERPOOL. August 19, 1 A. M. tian course mir lamented sitter manifested a truly OF THE PRESS. The Collector Customs at Buffalo, N. Y..
I army of the U. S. to command: it-a tipgtii.hed Extract from th Vermont Sentinel. Baltimore, MJ., Wilmington, N.C.t Savannah, Ga
Of course the opponents of the his characterize A serious downward tendency has taken catholic spirit. Her religion was unmixed with bigotry t
\ I officer, the senior of Gen Clinch, and who had a legitimate r sudden and frequent of weather Mobile Ala., and Richmond, Va.;
this whole procedure as it deserves. i ncht i to command him. But the Gen, re- place in the grain inaiket: since the departure <,r s.'ctarianir.n.-sbe: hlP 3s-a brother or is .J plIE_ which w have ext!' chang fro hot Surveyors of the customs .ahfie. Tenn., Cin .

Not tbat Gen. Clinch had no right to chargefor I igned I S much fur his patriotism to the General of the 4th,-only occasionally arrested by broken ter every .' faithtul follower of her Lord by whatever to cold! and from( wet to dry,have bctn reeDty. favorable dnnati. Ohio; and ,

the provisions he furnished, but that be or : GOflrmpnt.n,! where wa his fd..ti'to 'unf<. weather,-this, however, has filled to I name c.illed From her retired habti, few were for the contracting of Coughs and Colds, and Reei'fr of public nroaeys at Little Rock, Ark.,
i tunate Florida5 Did he ewe her ? If he i the the foundation of that dread disease Jsttersonville,.lndCllicago, 111..and Detroit,MK h.
his friends should attempt to deceive the |K>oplc it here., AtanearlvI'eriod give a firm tone to the market ; though a: our sufficiently acquainted with her to duly appreciate f" r laying \
: had a nlizenshipam i where w .
and think have
into the belief that these things were suppliedby market thc above quotations were her and social ,which shone with Consumption; we we never known so igan.
; lie e-tahli-hed a valuable ,plantation in the yesterday Christian virtues I much barking and wheezing as we have witnessed 2. Each bid md.t be accompanied with a guaranty, ':
him gratuitously which was nut the fact, I Terntorv. I He had tAtrva livilv- inter*'st in her politi free realized, and greater confiJencc was con-iicuom| lustre although within a circumscribed among our friend and acquaintances for the I-st few in the form given below, which must be certified by .

even in the smallest particulars: for I knowof 'al af.ur: and it was more than once understoodthat among luJtrs. The certainty of a !;sphere for. a, before intimated, he} lived secluded \ve<.ks. Nor have we gone entirely free: \\ehad a a coletor. naval officer, marshal United States dm. -
at least one volunteer in this Umn, who was : tie trail ,rili"l to serve her in some of her higher bountiful hanctt.at I borne, coupled wilh thecontinued from the world, with tier Hible and religious booksas bad cold,accompanied by :hard,dry. hacking cough ( attorney or postmaster, that the guarantor is .
oftellile in peace ant prospentv; % he identi.I which was a source of great and good, and the party making it is responsible for theamount.
among those said to have been f fed by Gen'l.Clinch ). i I| fe,! Ils fnhme hers ut whrn war ensued. large imports of t foreign bread-stulFs her preljrr:ti and chief companions. Few pir- to be of considerable apprehension annoyance,, when a beg 4

who paid him or his agent l'2l cents I I in the tnuM of her calamities and mi-f.rtunes I'l'I I forced upon) our market bj the necesjilies of Sons, it u iK-inved, h,1t through so protracted a friend aJviie: us to mane use ot Hulls Cough Lozenet 3. On receiving certificate of deposite,signed by

per bottle for sugar-cane rum obtained at the leaves her to her fate, retires with his property| ,, and i holders, must exercise a still stronger depressing life, more fuHJ 1 nmilesteJ tIC! truth that the religion ( we write this. paragraph to wkise our oneofthedepositoriesabove.mentioned, a quitclaim '

General's distilleryand there are many more in seeks protection under the banner of Georgia. The I influence upon the trau'c, and i may be of blessed Sariour< has not to friends to do the same.) they ting in his opinion deed, conveying all tbe right title, interest, and 4;
humblest herdsman on our border, has not set so bad (u power only
claim of the United States to the tkscribed
the most efTectual remedy for and Colds property
a ,
Jefferson county who did the same thing, and an example to our frontier eltler who will testify to it, i if need be. Now (lie dem. ul now take leave of Gen. Clinch, and in so to thing like the point to
my retrograded any loweis, for it can: with truth be so d by those intimately we are happy to say that we concur most fully in that by the Solicitor of the Treurj.free of
ocracy say never a wor against Gen. Clinch's doinz, I take occasion t say, that I had entertainedno which they appear destined to fall. ac ;uaint.with her, that from the day of her .opinion," and most cordially recommend them to al charge to the purchaser. Such will
for these but unkind feelingtowars' him,but bv the malicious This market continues of friends who be from ,free of to any post office in United .
right to charge al things, they attack made on me justifies me in my own estimation Cotton- dul at pri. espousal to her Lord. to that on which she was called any our are or may .ufennl sat eple. th
tbe whole to told and Ilencetey rather favor Bow any of the complaints incident to as a States,a reoete.
want b in making a disclosure of facts, which would ces iQ ofLuJcrs. Georgiamay to her r."ad,she maintained a uniformly pious remedy effectual in its action and speedy in its 4. No bid wi be tnle9 it shall be sa ti**
hue exposed the whig roanouvring in been concealed. I here tender him the be for Ga6d. 11 .
otherwise to quoted ordinary per > ; and chri-ti.m course. As a friend she confiding opr- factory to &Iicitor. shall be one :
matter and this by them is same chivalric apolocy be made to GOY Ca s. If I fair to fair 7a7d. fine Mobile \al tions.We bids
good 7jd.
; exposure what ; ; and : ; r, and great- don't know who Dr.Hull may b but he wi or property.
the Sentinel calls unfair, vindictive and ma- have done him injustice I I'rl.s forgiveness; andif ordinary to middling C| a Gdf.; good fair, 7.J a Cothuatoth grand-mother please accept our thanks, and we he d "e 5. Before bidding all persons ate requested to
that will not do, such further shall begiven r nd-mothcr, she seas kind and affectionate a
reparation ; make the situation, value )
levolent." But leave him to the ridicule demanded. 7Id.; fine, 7$ a 6d.; Alabama and Tennessee the fhank of the communityCorplacngwithin their themtle atquainte
a may b mistress indulgent almost to a fault-as a friend to complaints property intend to bid for,
such merit, when applied to the course .R. K CALL." ordinary to middling, GJctGfo New Orleansordinary 10 Ictlent Plmonary t
epithets ; to rely theii own in bidding.
I the ] aid needy, she had (few equals. and as a a! Cough Lozenge s a upon judgment
the Democratic is in I to miJdling, Gj>aG d. good fair 7! poor 6. After the last day for receiving them, tbe bids .
press pursuing Georgia With these few extracts, I leave the matter, ; a ornament to that religion which she Fresh supply of the above valuable medicine
and simply give you I brief history of these I but before I do so, I desire again to say, that 8J.; fine, 6 a9d.; :(1 Island ordinary to mid. cronum and? adorned, she pro.fes.ed C in Tallahassee and for sale by will b opened in the presence of tech officers or thedtpatment
was emphatically a shall be able attend and will be
peacemaker to
extracts, that they be understood by the 10al3J. fair 15al7d. fine, 20 I LEWIS & "ME.sptmbr ; .
may but for the indelicate and allusionto dung, ; good ; a
unnECes"3f' nut only living peaceably with all men"h"r.l I 11,1547. 8 examined and passed upon as fast as practicable.
reader. the course of the press in Georgia 24d.- ; Sea Island stained ranges from 5JalOd. but laboring to maintain that relation amongall 2 Notice will b given promptly to each person whO .

The battle of the Withlacoochee was fought, by the editor of the Sentinel, I should not The sales of Cotton since J'riday. have been those with whom she associated. That the end !I To Sugar Makers. bid is accepted but to no others.
as you well know,on the 31st December, 1833, have troubled with this G"iOO bales of which peculators have taken : 7. The name of the bidder should in all cases,bewritten
you (xpsc. of such a life would b peace might well b expec- COLE. DIPPERS. SKllIES. and length and in a legible hand. The bidder
Genera CLINCH commanding the regulars and PLAY. :3000, exporters( 500. The stock on hand at SUGAR Coolers for a
tec ; and such was the result, for our departed sister cooling sugar can should give the name of the post office to which coma V
Generl CALL the volunteers. In the official present is estimated at 307,' 0 against 314020 ,- be had at (the Tin Manufactory They are used to rnunications for biro are to be pent .
report of the battle, Gen. Clinch speaks of the Fiom the .'tt Orltani Communal Time, Stp 3_ to the same period last jrar. It was ,after an illness of eight days, committed her spirit prevent its burning. Also: Dipprs. Skimmt H, and S. Bids must be sealed and marked on the outside
to God who eave it, and slept in Jesus, leaving a Drainers. The Drainers different from in these words "SEALED U. S.
conduct of the Florida volunteers, and e&| e- VICTORY hoped by many that tho unfavorable accountsof : .1Doa TBOFFRTT -
circle of relatives and friends,who, while thy those of last season Those on hand are so made ** and addressed to tbe .Solicitor of the Treasury s
cially of Gen. Cal in no unmeasured terms.It bird from Tera Cruz and ttty) of 3Iexiro. the growing crop brought by the last steamer Ire : that they can be drawn after the sugar is set tIed.We .- ;, Washington. D. C.* .
mourn their lo.sorrow not at those without hope,
I "'a this on Gov. Call which caused PROSPECT OF PKACi would gi\o vitality to the market, but any shall,also:, have the Copper Dippers ready for 9.: Form of a bid, guaranty, and certificate:
1 the quarrel between him and Gen. Clinch. such influence would have been seriously but[ amid.it thrgriefthey are c.eere with the soul- the sugar season, and beg our customers to call and I. tesidingat ,in the county of .

i The of War had asked to know the Glorious news from t'l Seat of War-Baltics counteracted by the bi value of money, and inspiring; confidence, that their loss is her eternal examine them. in the State of ,hereby offer the United States I

i run Secrtr why the whole volunteer force at Penan and San Angel"Defml of Cuerdlai the continued dullness of trade. in the manufacturing gun. A FRICND.fj3 August 2., 1547. G the sum of dollars in cash for their right title .
Santa and interest, and claim to the described in bomber
the and Anna rClentt-7'f cityof ( Son tine: and Journal will please copy, as also property
! .u ao brought into engagement, to districts. Bagging and Rope. in the printed advertisement of the Solicitor .
: jexico our fed-Siutjtcnsion ofProlthbilifg arm-* the Christian Advocate, Chatleston, and
this Gen. Clinch follows a and Financial. Tbe
question replied as : Commercil money Suth.r PIECES : of the Treasury upon the terms and conditions
Kentucky Bagging, coils of Rope
a speedy Peace-Campeachy and New York. ( '
*' to of has become Chri"tiandtafl Journal 75 therein mentioned; and I in consider'
I will here brieCy answer the question so often o owing a variety causes, for sale on reasonable terms by hereby -
. uke.and which is repeated by Gov. Cass, why was -' seriously depressed since our last advices &. ation of the premises agree, in caj e my bid therefor ..

whole volunteer force in the engagement ? The steamship Fashion, Cnpt. KHery, arrived per[ Cambria. The pressure continues lo af I r..JO,1NS., SHF.PPARD, &, will l serve a August 2S,BICHE 15-7. I L1Dt.mRGER shal, b atceptP by said, in Solicitor one of,the to deposite depositories that s''m
When I made official report,I was under the im- money!
preion. from a convention held with Gin. a here last evening frn Vcra Cruz, hav. ttc all branches of trade with unrelated severity -I Countv Commissioner, if mentioned in said advertisement, within thirty day
i Cal inc that port on the 27lh ult. She firings downward and Boots and Shoes. after bid shall accepted and notice thereofsent
t time previous to my crossing the river, in Y lef forcing prices necessarily fjCJVE ro authorized and requested to armonnce my b
he of the El Arco Iris and El Sol de calf Boots Gent's fine Bootees, to me bv mail. .
i stat tbat a small number volunteers from us limiting operations to the smallest possible CHARLES C. as a candidate for County Commissioner GF's super pat. e
\SJ leather Shoes,Gent's calf and 1S47.
had expressed an unwillingness to Anahuac to the 26tb ult. Brogans Date
cross on account of the shortness of the time they wale. Th primary causes of this state of lo Leon County,at the ensuing election in Gaiters, Men's kip Brogans-received from New Orleans received,I guarantee lo the United Sate -

had to serve, that many other.acting under the same THE CITY OF MEXICO I!OUR POWJR.BATLE things are the advanced rates of discount required October nest. C by the Schr. Tallahassee, and for sale very low the performance of tbe ab.ve undertaking th

/ views and feehn ., bad relut to'cross. I have OF SA" .GEL.-Tfe: sum of the by the Bank of England, whose exam- by BIRCHKI&LNDE'BERGE signer tbtre8. case his bid b accepted. t

since been informed by many the volunteer ofli- intelligence brought by the Fashion, is of the pIe; is followed by all the private and joint ((0": WE are authorized r 'uttc to announce .August 23, DtP 1547. '
cars and men, that Gen. gave a order to WILLIAM C. LESTER aa a candidate for Tax Assessor crifllbat the above guarantor is respoaible ro
Cal poiie pleasing, a it is of the most important stock banks of the empire, and a succession of the in the above bid. 4
the volunteers and mos sum .
no actu. .
ally foe tboe tba on the north hold side cross to receive the nature, since it announces anotheritor that disastrous failures in the West India and America and Ct.lt.cor for Leon County at the electionin ALFRED Notce.COL. 10. Flats of I tie), lands at Boston can be seen at the I

tak enemy should one h made. Now if has crowned the America arms ; a ,victory I trade. Up to last night, the actual October next. during absence from is the my State.authorized office af tbe United States district attorney in that 4

this statement be true, and I presume there can be that will in all probability be blessed: in I bankruptcies and Btoppigcs were little short ( We are authorized to announce FLETCHER my JOHN W. LEVINUS. city and in the Solicitor' .umce in Washington.
most time of tbe
Bids not perw.ed bidder
II. part
; but little more doubt or on less the than subject that, what General does Call it prove'Nothing corn- its results, bringing about a peace betweenthe of 2,000,000, and it is apprehended that WIITAKEI! u_ a candidate. for Tax Assessor and August 2S, 1517. r aording'tbe terms specified o in the above condi

two hostile republics. It that the mamiyofthcse will fall heavily American tions tbe optio of the Solicitor.be declared
! nutted an error of judgment in being over-cautious appears upon Collector for Leon County at the ensuing electionin may
march of under Gen. Scott from in London the IS HEREBY GIVEN that an applica- null and void. In all case where fraud hue 7
I protecting the rear, when the front and advance our army houses. Yesterday, public se- October nn\t. NOTICE may
1 made to the at its next
; a the army were engaged in a death struggle for Pueblo, to within 8 or 9 miles of the capital, securities bad somewhat recovered from the .ion. for b of Lgislature. a been prdisapnst the United S.te tbe Solicitor ,
passage the ,declare the
victory. with a savage and ferocious enemy of three. I was uninterrupted by any lesistance on the depression of tho preceding day, and fluctuated (g- We are authorized to announce JACKSON Bank to be calf The Bank of Middle Florida. rnav bid invalid and of no effect.conveyance :
times their number dense .
protected, too by a cypress the El Penon J. WHITEHURST, as a candidate for Tax Assessor 5 .-
of enemy. At a position merely from the turn of the market. August 157. R, H. ':
swamp, and that the volunteers were not to par GLL.
blame for obeying the order." fortified by Santa Anna, the hostile forces frs Gcneralneligce.-A rumor was in gen and Collector for Leon County at the ensuing election Solicitor of Treur.

Gen. Call's reply to this attack was pub. came into collision, where,according to El yesterday that Louis Phillipc in October. Plantation for Sale.OR September 5. 1947. 7 6t i

lished de Anahuac, a division of the American army bad been assassinated. The London sale the Plantation known aaCaaa Sea Island Cotton Gins. \
on the 22d July, 1837. In his open papers fj3- WE are authorized to announce DANIEL III Bianca count Imiii

ing, he says : I made an onset on the enemy, the main body of this morning bring no confirmation of it. McRAENV, Ej. a a candidate for re-election a !. Honda, !nefeBn, are : beg leave to in* ;

1 have seen in the Augusta Chronicle and State passing through Gaudaloupe, and to the BUT- Tie elections are nearly at an end, and Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County, at the of land of which there are about 000 cleared, and sbrbn n of long-staple :.

fights Sentinel of the 29th ult. the reply of GeneralClinch prise of the Mexicans, appearing suddenly in an increase in favor of liberal ministers. election in October next. upward 700 now'in cultivation in cotton and corn. they are still engaged in

to Go,. Casa. I am no party to the controversy their rear. A regular fight then ensued at The Queen has arrived in Scotland. Her is situated in the most desirable W tbe latest improved -'

between those gentlemen, and would most a place called San Angel, situated ut about tour will be completed in about three weeks.Lt. f >-WE are authorized to announce WILLIAM part of the State, being within two miles and a half Having sold a great many

tenor willingly die leave*tem to divide in their made own by cither way the oft 6 or 8 miles southwest of the capital, the re Munro, late of the 2d Regt. of LifeGuards C. CAMPBELL, Esq. as a candidate for Clerk of the'! of Office Monticello, various, the Churches.county site.Schools where&c.there and is within a Post South ho hue Carolina purchased and Florida them,, -. :

to enforce ro treaty preparations with the Seminole Indians. suit of which was that Gen. Valencia's! division : was esterd.iy found guilty of the murder Circuit Court of Leon Counts,, at the ensuing Octo. twent-five miles of Tallahassee, the capitol ol the and who are willing to establish tbe reputation c .

.n ..rOQ th and iibl remarks made by of the Mexican army was totally routed, of Cu!. Fawcctt, whom be killed in a duel] her election State. It is well watered throughout abounding in the same Gin for ginning cut more Cotton

Gta Clinch ia relation to require correction when Santa Anna fell back with the remain- about 4 years ago. The v.erdict of the jury I, springs of the finest water and is remarkable even cleaner than any other Gini'-in use. .
fjO- WE are authoiized to announce NICHOLAS in this healthy for iN uninterrupted .t.ALO ..iIle.Ga. t
; at & ACOSTA. Cent
my Th flctitiousriputation and vainglorious neighborho. .fJffl"r-VI G--
Iu. the Here the has caused considerable excitement and
der of his
troops on city. greatest sur and health On it a good Dwelling house,
IDC of this individual has frequently excx4 N. BRANCH as a candidate. for Tax Assessor i. very ; GEORGE L. vNewnansvilleE. Fla.
; BV nirOa; aad so long as his self consternation prevailed, and, a the only prise. Collector for Leon county, at the October election. with piazza all around,containing eight fine rooms, Single Gins. S4 j; do. with all late improvements.
to was administered witbovt reflection commen-m. means laptop the victorious career of the A- The affairs of spain sli continue in a veryembarrassed besides servants apartment Kichrn. Store Room, $5.;. Double Gins, 8"<5; do. with all late improvements .

yoltDt..o Florida I felt no disposition to disturb merican army, it was decided to solicit from state. Queen has placed OO- .WE are authorized to announce JAMES W. Smoke House, Bath House for Milk, $35. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be bad at ,
be te derive from the .'.c.,all in good order and repair. The Negro Quarters moderate rates. Orders for Gins and repairing Gin S
hppines A the under surveillance and candidate for Tax Assessor and
as a
ame Scott, a suspension armi. flag King complete ; .
Overseer's HouseGin Plantation
sxrand of was too that (el. House Stables, please to direct to VANCE & BURNS
he should baY enjoyed tie r "iio., onl' that trucQ wan despatched to tha American Head. La done everything to destroy his influence, I Collector for Leon county at the October election. fences, &.c. are also in good order and capable cf accommodating May 22. 1M?. 44 tl St. Mary's. Ga.
which ..won an the far-famed battle n field Quarters for this purpose with the view of give short of imposing n personal restraint upon I WE areautborized to announce JAMES WILLS one hundre negroes. There i.all a -
lab.tmt that which a genet-out community bas ing time for the opening of negotiations for him. An attempt was lately made to destroy )- small but power on which there is a Lumber! Lumber !
services for the office of County Commissioner Grist Mill; in .
to his own garbled and as a candidate now operation.To
bi O relations. General Serrano, tho of the
faitbleu representation of them. I will not attemptto the renewal pacific reputed paramour at the election in October next. a go purchaser, this property will be sold undesigned notifies the public that hU Saw ,
assign a t.UI fo manifold errors he .runt The Mexican Government intimated to Queen, by sending a 6 petar" to him through low, a owner is about to remove. Possession THE Grist Mill recently erected. is DOW in good a

mite both in his ofhcial report of the battle of tbe General Scott that it was ready to treat for the Post Office. fjj- WE are authorized to announce THOMAS given on the 1st January nex.at which time will working condition, and is sawing 2000 feet dailHe ,.- I

December, 1833,and in his reply to Gov.Cast. on the propositions brought by Mr.'rist. The political aspect of France is threaten BARNARD as a candidate for, the office of Tax Assessor alto be disposed of, if by the person buying is ready to fill any bills that may be ordered at ,

Clarity would say they are the errors of the head, pace at the eleventh hour, has the stubborn ing enough. A fierce contest is waging between and Collector, at the election in October next. :lot of corn and part of the stock now on the place. tbe shortest notice with tbe best material, and on
and lot of the heart; but while she thus rovers him Those wishing (purchase would do well to examine aa reasonable terms *any where else in the Slate. f
with her mantle to save him (rosa the deei. reproachOtnalieiou.representationcaridor ness of our intractable neighbor, given way, the government and opposition press. #- WE are authorized |to announce HUGH ARCHER the land while the present crop is growing. The distance from Tallahassee is only ten miles in a ,

most admtben and the beat hopes may b entertained that we The latter charges ministers with corruptionand a candidate for Tax Assessor and Collector For tel. apply to T. BET. who resides on Southwestdirection.There .

the facts are lowD.lbat be has ba less knowledge e are on the eve of sheathing the sword, a con. the failure of the financial administration. a election the Plantation and will N show it. is i attached to my Saw Mill a Grist Mill
o what oue field any general who summation heartily to be desired by every The French funds have participated in at the ensuing October next Ao which is in daily operation and grinds s good meal 1
mill .
other in the
ever mae report of a battle. frien4 of humanity. The American Corn.mander.mn.chief the embarrassments the raising of {jO* WE are authorized to announce JAMES L For sate low several trct. of Land in various as any. B. Bills Lumber country.N. be left at the Store of

He then goes o t prove that Gen. Clinch at once acceded to the re- tbe rates discount in England. HART a a candidate for Tax Assessor and Collector bounties, viz : 18 acres in Tiger hammock Wa. A. BESTWICK. ia Tallahassee.may 4

'U entirely mistaken in many of his allega. quest of the Mexican Government, and a truce Portugal is quiet and the forces fo Leon County,at the election in October next. mlla Gadsden county; .O acres on thj Apalachicola River,. J. G. PADR1CK.
Spnie in 960 acres near Andrew's Bay
tioos, and other things, be notices the S. August 14, 1847. 4 4t
declared. The of Mexico learn have from Swit.
among "8 city we ben iyy \VE are authorized and requested to announce Washington county; 2S0 acres the ArredoodoGrant
declaration made by his assailant of his bar.kg is absolutely at our mercy, being surrounded federal diet .required tbe dissolution JOHN DAFFIN as a candidate for Tax Assessor ,Alachua Count!, East Florida; 2000 acres on Fresh St Louis Flour and Bacon

kept possession of the field two hour"l by our Gen. Worth, at the bead of his of the Catholic &nta aa being election in October next. the St.John's, South of Lake George; 1600 acres on for Sale.
army. at
and Collector the the St. John's River, ia Duval Apply
the fight, in these word : is in the of.the hostile to the county.
division, rear capital, havingit general wdrar.The SibUv Editor of the Ylondian.S. .t
to Col.S.S. JUST received schr. Tallahassee, on
per consign-
"After describing tbe brilliant charge.' and pro. in his power to cut off all supplies! from that accounts from Italy are various. The fjj- THE friendj of WILLIAM H. ANDREWS .. The o Montgomery Flag A. Advertiser, Colum- J meat, 13 barrels STAR FLOUR,

ctaufttag the the glorious victory, it is quite amusing to quarter. The decisive action at San Angel, progress ()liberal opinions, particularly in the respectfully announce him a a suitable candidate but Time.,Savannah Republican Charleston Courier, 10 i do., warranted equal to anyin the
address with which the Gen quits the field office of Sheriff of Jefferson County, Fla., at Columbia South Carolinian and Richmond Enquirer, Western
4 where troops were put to flight, Papal States, is viewed with great alarm by for the country,
"iUramph to the north bank ol' the river. \aJenca' that will once I month till and stud C Casks clear do. SHOULDERS.
?I 20th ult. Of course we boih France and Austria.In the election in October next believing no one copy 11 January SIDES 1
of tbe field formore took on
b' kept possession place bills to this Office and of eack ALSO 5 boxes
than hours tbe details of the loss the elections have been | Aifervtng office than he, or more worthyJefferson. .nd oe copy pp very superior Tobacco. 7 do. medium
after the fight, trop"re know nothing of the nor Irlan some tnor th containing; if fo T. BEATTY and common, 9 casks common Brandy.
farUJr"i which they did in mC sustained in the two conflicts by the two armies. what stormy than in thiscountry, a ;( Ute voters of MonticslloFloyjds.July J. R. FOR! UNE.
.J" e.No was not officer or pr-I Vera the much 1LNYOT 17, 1S17. 41 tf' 7 1817. 3
? that who tee know this a statement. The express which brought the news to return 'iland very a they .i "M -, August .

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; :'; FOR BO WEI. DCRAKCEJf Dm. pcl
For Chronic of the Omits aid OR HABIT OF THE SS J. Roberts a/
{. Distil Lm.s DYSENTOIY Ransom ,
I'V TEM. VIZ: Mmt1.
i I. .I Diarbaa. Choler Jor. Scrofula JAeianatitm, ObttmateCutaneous Tapparn.o .ti..i Cr.by.f
\t clans Iypertrophg.uiay invariably 'o Er this .
( Cholera an ls>ummer Complaints From Tallahassee Macon. Cut. ,. Puttnlet tAt ct.ha Ro.
be distinguished by the In.mtu. t or .
Elijah and ( ,
t I' I -tpain is produced by dr 7zrcugPs il farty-tico howrt Tallakattee to.Vaem.andto face, Blotches, Bile*, Chronic Sere Eyes, RingWorm Ro. Dui Euel. that France re
1. :, .. wble pres- From H iniliard, late l S. Minister to Belgium. Scald Head Enlargement and ide ot Foida. ad
) )' sore ganIionsoftiespi. C"trluf"il tirtetayt, 0 Tele. William, Administratrix H.
: ( in the intervertcbral in time to take Bottt Pail tf and Joint, Stubborn Ulcer" Wilam.den.
I ne"". lJeMai L& resides in the Eastern Circuit
: 41 ".na ])( S :lfew days '. Sciatica Lumbago, and Foi ;
D. n-f'n'"Iy Syphilitic ,
along each side of the Jay
r11e That said Ransom J.
; "" '. f" spaces no matter what name ( I Coril which you were gl 3 Stage will Tallahassee on Mondays, Disease* Syp an ijuw of.Ver- I br., Ejah TN pursuance of the Act of Congress,entitled.
may Roberts and David Emanuel, do
))4 : -'': ,.. hare nginntothemabdyb\ enough to see] me used the article,medicine. THE ', and Fridays, at 4 o'clock, A. M., r Ateitet.,Dropty,, ". t months said William appear*,Adm'x.as for 1 Act to establish a town at St.Marks iaFToriapproved ,
t not hesitate to pronounce It a most valuable Chrome Cemutitinti'nslJiiaorders.h1IS an 'rn aorsid. oo the 2J day of March. 1K.
in Macon Newton
and Quincy ,
other ( il .
physiciansnosoVoeists or arie Lfe. .f/I. JAJQ:3
1. .: I Indeed, for such aflcctioni of the bowels Bain'rd2e. two months, from the date of the publication
POI.President Uailed
Americus, and is combination hitherto unknown State of A
I ji"I medical writtn. The pain we sometimes suffer with in tbe South, I know nothing Albany. .rer. 0 THay. preparation a of this order and shew cause why this suit do declare and make
hereby known
be I II less Thursday, and Saturdays, iD .1. the of Medicine, differing en- that
:' -produced will more or ail it.ily m history should not retired and answer the original bill 'bIiI
at equal to
; 1 i ; time for the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on in its character and from the va b sale will be held at the Land OSce at Ta1 I-
eeeereardingtotheintity tirely
in this otherwise decree theme
friend Cot Seaborn Jones would have o fit {praio. filed cause, a reviving
%; t 1 its active part Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays at4 A of hare beenat in the State of Florida for the disposal of tT.r] !,
of the disease, or taken for
1 i't 4 I r o the remainder I hate laid aide for use when 1 I 'dok. rios prepaon will ,and the original bill be confe lots
I ; dermentionrd in said Iowa
ts. ; >passive state at the time. Pres- M.,and arririnsin Tallahassee on Tu diferent time to the public. It acts specifirally p.it further That a of of St. Marks

: 1 ','j :1-_ _ ,-_'_ the ganglions nest above may need it. Eesm-ctfullv.hENRY W. HILL1ARD. days, and Saturdays at 10 o'cok. P. M. This line upon the whole system thereby bringing i it .be published in Ote.newspaper copy in meneing on Monday, the 4th day of October S '
: ; ; in the annexed connects with the Augusts under its direct and immediate influence. Although printed to wit: -
fwrt cervical vertebrr, Centra RoadSuInh. the Middle Circuit of Florida once a
; \, te determines tubercular disease off : Wetero Rod CoItmbu" possessed of powerful healing it is en- wek Lots numbered two, .three four sir,term .t-'o
en-rat ing by No. I, Editor ff the Southern i.g. eets. e months. (Signed) .
7'' t
.: Ft Benjamin Garnt also with-the Line delicate ten, elevaa twelve fourteen filteea.nJt"
1 that it
i.. t ; the Head and Brain, Throat, FJc or Ears; on the Kujaula, .f/a. a. I connects Mai tirely harmless,so : mot THOMAS Judge. .
,' No. 2, lbt of the Joint rr Limb Shied from Quincy Chattahoochie, and Apa- constitution. When in perfect health, no ef- July3,1S47. 50 B.\LTZE teen nineteen twenty, twenty-two tweQf.thft.tweDt.four.
the No. 3. tht of the Lungs; on.Ibe space lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to feet is produced by its use except an increase of appetite .ntY-enea.l..nf1-eidr.

f No.! I, space of the Stomach; on the space No. 5, that .1/c rAyfieian't ail hadfaUtd to tlli. Columbus in three days, and but one night will be ; but when disease is sealed in the frame and Jefferson County thirty.t irtl-one.t.birty.t o, rtl.fOlll.Uairfl-';IP'

4 .-.t' ef the_ tbs and at the Icterthat ol' the Spleen ; Sir:-I lake spent on tilt road between Tallahassee and Macon carrying fast its victim along the path of life then TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. thirty-.ixthirty-eightthiity.nin*.fortr.fort, .. '
:. .'.. Le. Intestines U-Cnt-Ita The rest assured that attention wiL its influence is felt and seen it enkindles forty-three. forty-foor forty-six o.
t C, that ; on in te< of Cor- public may every mysterious ; Jortl-
.. t 1 the 'ia No.eo 7,that of the It Kidneys: on the spice dial from trMine its(xirtuoiin my jour 0\Djst-ntery n lannh.' : Mrs be paictt the comfort of t those who may patronize new life, and vigor, and bring health and strength "D Jj Y virtue for of authority before Tested the Court in me by law,I thai in] fiflj-one. fifty.two. firty-four fifty-five.fiftvi ity.
r lie and the No. l', ll attickedwit to the suffering and expose s:1e. How ty-eight.sixty-two.sixty-thrce.siTty.fCTr llrZ' l
s, that ; on space Gardner was .t summer mo-t violently .
ecl Jefferson the
ti Monticello
o ." County,on sixty-sigh '
: : that of the h that diseae, eminent tnnlieal sAil FARE: .TRUTH is STRAXGF.H THAN Flco -LET sixty-seven R.enll-t'our.le'ff'ftt .b
; ,
,. 4 It i. no matter whether tenJernevs b found in oner had been baffled in:n.hfcrl i to remove the disease From Tallahassee. ta Quincy.$2 cia): to BainbriJge, THE t''C SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.-The following Firl Monday in October next seventy-six. seventy.eigbt. seventy-nine Jp

.$ : mc place*,or whether one or more of the organs or afford and apprehensions bepan to b felt by c5'; to Altraay.hIand to Maron22.. certificate is only .another I link in the great chainof the prorty. or 1 much thereof a will elgbty-sI.htY-Ie'eI,eightyight ninety.ai.

I er limbs b
., e of thee remedies" ,proceeds in one and all of the the intense agony in which she was laboring, JOHN M YARN, .Agent. be convince. What it has will do year 186. : nine, one hundred, one hundred and two,ODe II

.'.:. ; ." diea-if orracs at the same time. To determine I had recourse to \l'tJ invaluable Curdij.], and before fjr,Office at the Planter's. Hotel. Tallahassee-C.E. n. E *. E 1. S.29,T. J. R. 3. N &F. &acres, dred and three one hundred and four ccc buDd:
a"lotr ;
the these rcmciC it is only she had taken one battle of it, relief "'al obtained; LEY, Azent ; at Maj. NATHANS in Quincy. CHARLESTOW.T, Mass., Spt 23d, 1S46. NE4.NE4, 32.T. I, R. 3. N 4t andlilx.onf'bundredan4enen.oo.hudredlAd ht,
: t necw*ul to detect the .end.rt o ganglia, in and alter ta'mnc two was entirrlv cured. I feel sure July 17, hl. 52 This may certify that rnv son, nw seventeen NW4.NW4," 33T.lR.3N&E,40NW'4SEJ one hundred and tenonehDdred lAd elne..cm:
,. age dred and twelve hundred
any of the iatervertebral spaces on either side of the that I am indebted to it for her life. You can use has been for ten years!alicte with scrofulous 25T.lR.3N&E,4' one and foarteeToBe h--

spi'ne. Those remedies invariably cure e\'try casein this a you may see prCp r.Eufaul..J'I Notce.SIX humor. At the age of l'ven y years he had the measles SE4SW42T.lR.3N&E,4o. dred and fi'tnn. one hundred and sixteen.one I :

-. the first stages of the disease,and great majorityof 15;, lilO. fLSJ. G.\RDJR months after I 1 present mv accounts which probably caused this humor to make its ap NW..NE." 33T. 1. R. 3, N fc. E, 40 dred and eighteen one hundred and ainetren e&I
tubcrcula consumption 1.Range 4. E-,lying in Jefferson hundred and twenty, one hundred and twenty.'two:
( those in the 134 iacluJing vouchers to the Hon. Jud/e of Probate. in penance in a most singular way covering his body 3.1.

W. anj white i-vcllirqs. Incipient consumption is frequently \\Vona Warms! Worms and fur the County of Jtikrson t :ai:d apply for a discharge :. from his head to his feet with small tumors. I con County. one hundred and twenty-three one bvndred .

t detected by these symptoms, even before the as .\trat. Je lomt tmn of the estate suited Doctor ol Medicine, and he examined him SMITH SIMKINS! twenty-fbnr, one hundred and tSenty.sit together

.. couzh commences. There is no other remedy for DR. WOODHUFPS WORM SPECIFIC is a safe of Evtrttt White late ot i said Count, dtcensed.T. three days; in succession, and not understanding hiseaoadvised Shf and e Dfr Tax. Col Jet Co. with all the portions of the following named lou
The ttCicltIIO"h for Woinw. Try it. -I June 21. 1 covered by the donation ol ten acres. made
V the'dls .is wtll known to every phjsician. EE.\T\ me toconsll Dr. Rulers,ol New York .1. t .ul.
; safe fur all and good a the bc.t t and as cheap as the ca..r.t. I"'7. '*> Tallahassee Railroad Companyviz: LetsnaaurirJ
remedies are perfectlv personsof ages Monticell", July 3. I then being a r that city. After a long S.F.BURNEYluJult
4 eonfflIoas.andreiuiie nochaneofJictexcejt that CF.KTIKICATKS.Icertif and critical examination luting than thirty; forty-seven, fifty-nice sixty, evenly-one, sevnh

.. :.. .. '. of a greater supply of lood. For tle by child I of irime> !hit, I cave in a short Dr. Worl'. Specific ht ana to S}a) PRINTS ONLY. other medical gentlemen with him lore at the same time Itcehe per Schr. Tallahassee, (rom two seventy-three. eighty-two, eighty-fivc. ul

: MILE NASH Old JOSEPH SH1PPEY.Muscogee he pronounced it Scrofula, or King's Evil. The New Orleans, (really and not poetically,) and ninetyfour.The

4' At the Post Otcc.Talaha.e.Fa. woims. 151'1.I ). STYLES diM W.i then prescribed for,and commenced taking now opening, offering of the abovementioned lots win U m
; -" .U. v4.1 : t .1 June I of I Ib37, and then hit bones became ICwor affected! in P AID Ginghams !Svi Muslin} same order in which they are adrrrtaeiL with, all
lo certTfv that nd-ninistered to a member my 'I French do. ;Irish Linen
convenient dispatch until I he whole
of the that had been him. but beta
mercury given
family \"Otrull'.Worm SHTific| and it broughj cor'lucnCt Batieste do. Mosquito! Netting, offered. and the sale thus closed.
away'j") worm ; 30l in another case, it cunl one oj -41 CIU.\P: STREET, NEW YOKK.!: A piece ot bone came away from his under-jaw, in Blk & white do. ;mack; Silk Fillet Gloves, not be than $the sale shall
kept longer two
: Beg leave Ltalers in DrGO that they the first place, as large ai an English walnut, a piece open weeks and no mi-
:I nit' ngro t'mn fl Ttnia,or \.vrm. : Mourning Muslins .Co.. Osnaburg and brown rate to lot will be
Tar entry until
have amid from his forehead as laigeasa sixpence, and a any after tb
'W..iU- \: ,Ga. 1>1-J. J. LT received. are now exhibiting, at THE piece Printed > domestics. expiration of the two weeks. -
: EXCLUSIVELY: for Viinlcd Cali- from near the crown of his hed. It then went to lluslin. '
W.\REIOrSI the back and side, and discharged in three places.- Given under my hand at the City of Washing
I certify that I rave Dr. Si-ecitic to a fotst ALSO
WorutI. : this twenty-first day of May i Anno Domini .
From thence to one of his limbs, separating in con.
negro bo\ \ho wz in bad brought away ECO GASES 5 hhds. Hams 3 bbl No. 2 Mackerel5 '
GREAT ARRIVAL I! recovered of the ulceration, the muscles and cord Baco thousand eight hundred and (ort-5eYtD.
p Immdiot.h'h'l; ms. The tiny *-n Comprising all the sequence : Sides. 1S46 the President
By :
from the bones of the ankle the back ,
80 Bushels, or $,OOO Boxes of his health.! : THOMAS BOYD. New Spring Styles, joint on part.- 5 Sh'lders 2 bbls.sup'r. fine Flour, JAMES L POLL
time fifteen
I Cow eta County, Ga., January, 147.XJ Of British, French, and American ,; He had at one running sores or issues 10 kegs leaf Lard Crushed Loaf and Brown RICHARD M. YOUNG
Pills Uanratur
Gordon's from the glans of the throat and those I huementione.
Family places
: .
which in ADDITION to their usual : 3 bbls. I Sugar. Commissioner of the General
In IStO I lived in N. II. Office.
-. and increasing demand for this hew and ( : Forsalebv Lewis&AmesScte A enh. Tallahassee their asrtL.tnt one ol the most beautiful and attractive Portmtuth. June 12, 1S47. 47

rpHEtast JL medicine, and the, numerous ; also, bv the 'following Arsons: R. Manning in the city ; and havirgjutxcn punhat attacked with a Fever, "hichttr NOTICE.In .
justly celebrate in all of the Leon Cwini* ; James B. Beard, P .M. Miccosookie. in one of his hips which swelled a large a DR. J. REESE'S
4 ., cures they are portions Mircosookie FOR CASH A>D SHORT! CREDIT, the other. Being under Medical treatment. pursuance to the provisions of the Act of Congress

country where they have been and introduced Billious ,Diseases of Dyspepsia -, Samuel, Pue Leon.! .!on County, Iriiirgist; S ,F.Monlicello Burnpy, ; James lime;, Are offered by the piece or package on the tame they pate him laudanum until he lost his reason.- LIVER DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.P .approved 2d March 1503 entitled "A* Act
1 Liver Complaints.. to establish town at St.Marks
a Floridl.tile
Then I became and sent for Thomsonian & Reg,
Joshua Davus.of Gad- len County D. Baker terms, at and below! manufactures! alrmt. a
with their well known attendant*.Sick Headache, Quincy; ; prices. feeble constitutions and those of se- ister and Receiver of the Land Office at Tallahassee
His hip and resored his ,
P. M., Cluttalioochie, and Wm. Powers, Merchant Catalogues of prices (corrected Lily,) are placedin rc.dicine reason
induced the undersigned to make arrangement habits often troubled with will be rpquirecJ/prior the
: & ,Lai Mananna. the hands of buyers. The third time he was attacked with this fever int .dentary are habitual to daJ of saletoaflcertai
*to reCei\e hit stock direct from the pioprielor, Purchasers will inform themselves of the state of ,12, when hearing of Dr. Sands' Sarsaparilla costivencss., which often exerts a very unfavorable Of the value of any improvements which may have
". and would say to their numerous CUtorerl,thattte\ ., August 14, IS47. 4 the market, and be repaid for an examination, bill perfectly tatUfied that al other. medicines had influence upon their general! health,which is particularly been made" on the lots designated in this prcclina.
5. : '. are pr.part'tO supply them wholesale retiil. Tax-Collector's Second Notice. even if they do not purchase.f. .I effecting cure, I and procured bottles manifested by irregularity not total loss of tionrespectively"and purchaser at public sal*

tew PJjte f.. have peeuliarad'antaesforexecutingor. and by the time he had taken it all I consideredhim appetite. In this condition t>( the system, this article of any lot upon which there are such improvements,
M TURCR( Sseannah. I &n is confidently with the other than the thereof in
IS ders prints, which are respectful! vihcited. well. Those places healed-he became bright reommerdt lur.cethat. owner ,shall addition
Marge stock of !excellent Pills jUt received, ; u-.dersisned: Tax-Coloctor! for Leon county, LEE & IHIEW.STER and lively-color came to his face and lip*-from if the dose"is t a not to the sum to be patjto the United Statesbe,and hereby

and for ,sale at 2::cent s r( box,with full drtllns.L TiE ', iiotific-s 31 tax: pa\ers ol aul county that that time till the Fall of 1S1I, hi, complaints never move the bwel too actively relief ma; be relied i is, required ta pay to the owner of the improvements -

LEWIS!AMES MILK N.tShlard EDWARD he will attn.d At following places, Utwtcn the 41 Cedar Street. troubled him. At that time he became deaf which upon wit any or even the least unpleasant consequences ,the value of them as thus ascertained; sod if

I BERNARD, Tallahas, Fa., and on enquiry will il hours of t 0 aiJ: 12, A. M. ol' each day, fur the pur. Januarv. 23, 117. 27 I12S continue until Ia>t March, when his right eye became resulting from the use of common j>ura- payment therefor shall not be made upon the day on
?' be fount in all the towns aud villages in the South pose of reriivicc their State and County Taxes due afetl; from that to the lef eJt.co\eri'ng the tive medicine usually resorted to. vhich the same was purchased,the lot shall be again

and Wf-t- M. D. PAPY Persons! to Bilious Cholic the offered at public sale en the next of sale and
for the present sear, t IM7 : sight (, eye so that he in a great measuredeprived subject may rely on day ,
May fe, 1517. .42 Cm At Geo.Monroe's.Lake Jack-ton. ,on Mornla] > .Sept. 13. of sight. preventive properties of this medicine by using it on such person shall not be capable of beccrzing Ib

.Bird's Shopon famonia Lake,on Tuesday," 1. tiir: l W9 Knowing that Sand, Sarsaparilla was the only the first intimation of an approaching attack. There purchaser of that or of any other lot offered at that

.Mannirigton, en Wednesday, : WILL Practice in all the the Middle medicine that had cHi done him any good, I are some constitution liable to regular attacks of .' public sale: Provided That if any lot so offered and

a .Pisgah Church, on Tucsdaj, Ir Olf.cc on the firm floor of the Cap to Mr. Fowle, Arothlor. at Boston 'for apple. Billions Fever almost every fall; to such the use of bid off on the last day of the public sale, shall not

: .Bead'l!.,re, on Fiidaj, 17. itol, South win;. nero formerly occupied by thSecretary his taken doIas which has removed this medicine is recommended, beginning to u,e it be thus paid for, the same may be entered at private
.. of the by the middle of May first of sale, paying to the United States the at
Roach's X Roadon! Saturday!, IS. Territory. the humor from eye and hearing and he now or June upon sum
November H, IS45. 17 Those whose feeble often which it was bid off, and to the owner of the improvement
Benjamin I hIe'",on Monday, 20. appears to be cured, sod radically so. I verily believe digestive organs are experience

." .Fort lrartJ School Hou-, on Tuevlay, 21. all this latter trouble might have been avoidedif a sense of fullei. weight and oppressionabout *, the previously ascertained value titreof. -

_" TallaLa-'ee! Wednesday,Thursdaj and Friday, JOhN EltSKIXL, I had continue thorougly the use of the Sarsaparilla the stomach wil find this medicine ." 1By

S... success of these Pills in curing in a few the if-'d! 2:J, and 21th cptea.lK ATTORNEY. AT LAW was under its influence the first time. afford almost immediate the Act of Congress* aforesaid, the minimum

TiE where all othe.remedies have failed, and A. A. FIShIER, These are the simple statements of the facts of the Ladies near their confinement often suffer from price of each town lot is fixed at twenty-fife dollars

that too, in cases.ol twelve anti eighteen months Sheriff aol ex-officio Tax-Collector. Cluincy. Florida. case, and I feel it my duty to those facl knownto heartburn and costiveness: to uch this article is and of each out lot. at twenty-five dollars per acre

standing-warrant the usertion, that i if taken according Auzu II I, ISI7. 3 WILL attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden the public (for the benefit mae o may highly recommended, a it can be used without the RICHARD M. YOUNG.

to the directions, they are a certain cure.- the Circuit Court of Middle Florida afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction b least danger and with treat benefit. In sick or nervous Commissioner of the General Land OJIfet-

.' .' A long list of certifcatC in proof of their infallibility Polka Slippers. and the Courts in the adjacent Countie of Georgia. cure has been effected solely from the effect of thi5inuluablc headache it is invaluable. June :, 18-11. 4-1 13t

_, be those the directions November22,1S15. 19 t This article b found to act as a ple.sant cordial -
: : might -, lJt upon 'fine Ladies' Kid Tiw. Sentinel medicne.
are deemed sufficient. Try them and be convinced L.oDF, I'olk Silp'r. fjrj- copy.XTIA W. BECK. Main st. and restoring the appetite, and at the The Savannah Georgian.
Kid Shoes, received 22
.. ,' ',- that they are the rr ost effectual and certain, and the from New!Orleans and for sale bv151RCHETT Suffolk it. Baton, OtoMl3, .-Then personally same time fulfilling every intention that the common

I $ :" very best remedy ever ottered to tne public to insure 4i LINDENDEIIGLR.J IEL HAMLIN, appeared the :bo.e name Hannah W. Beck purgatives are intended to etEd. It purely vegetable announcing the fact that the undersigned have
and when used
I ;" a permanent and lasting cure.BRAGG' Auu 1 -, Iil7. C Factor and Commission Merchant, and made solemn oath that ab\'e ctrtfcale. by will bo,found, invaluable according article to the directions, associated themselves together in the Editorial
: an ,especially to
Lowdcs Co. her and tho
j I STORE tpnl2J ttatement of "SAVANNAH GEORGIAN
\ Al. suhribe. Department
NEW-ORLEANS. afflicted with Dyspepsia,Derangement of the Liver
\ m-3.
French Ginghams are mt.JfE take this occasion the of tkil
,Fancy PrintsAc- General we to say to patrons
: Dr. G. A" Tyler:-Dear :- may certify Cot. WM.ILt', Ji-fcrson Co.1JAS. RICE, Justice of the Peace. or Debility.Prepared the that

that, after using many preparations for the cure of A SMALL Print assortment of French GinghamsFancy KIRK FJ fo'I'| T.Hahasse. > Rvtcta.I For further and conclusive evidence of by Doctor J. Reese,Griffin, Pike county, paperand have already been public made generally for1 its material amngememt i improvementin *

Chills and Feter,aad expending sotne forty-five dollars Fine, Domestic Ginghams. Cottonadfs, Irish I 1.[ L\nr, E'i!I.. N" "l'c1| } iluUIeriorntue and efc.cI. pamphlets, which Georgia, and for sale by appointment atE outward appearance and that no pains will be
Linen Bleached
in physicians bill, without any benefit, I procured Shirting Lowell naburgs Ftbiuan 6, 1-.7. 20 may be obtained of Alenh, BARNARD. Jr's., to elevate and sustain its character
V No. 1 spared as a commercial -
a box of Dr. T'ler'l Fever and Ague Pills, at purchased in New Orleans atid nfTerctl un low Prepare and by B. & D. SANDS Drug- Drug Store Talaae. and to fill its columns with interesting

% : one dollar, which cured me effectually, after I had terms b> BIRCHETT. &LINDENL'ERGER.August2slsI7. irw L J gitN Iff street, corner of William, N. Y.S.ld DANIEL LADD and paper profitable matter. We feel most sensibly

suffered with this dUtrcssintf and unpleasant com- DEALERS LEWIS& .un: ,Talbha IS 1ntielo. that to render the Savannah Georgian such a paperas

jiliint far twelve munths. I have known them used : IX & CATLIN:Pen>acola, F. B. WHITING.St. Marks QIincy. the growing interests and population of our State

I ; In thirty cases and not a single box ha failt. I believe For Sale. DRUGS MEDICINES I I PAIIfTS I OIL I and by Druggists generally throughout the United HARDY BR1-A: and City require a dietrtily of labor mutt be expended -

t them to be the very best and most certain r pHCv\.known tnd fertile tract of Land in Co- Toilet Articles% rfrfiimcrr. ic., Window Glas States. 22 Ascent. for county,Georgia. upon it; such we are determined to furnish.W .
cure for ague and fever that can be u-tcdan', KJst. FIli ida, kno"n a Charles' Price, 51 t per bottle. Six bottles for $5. May 1i7 44 ,tall ktrivr tn miLo its rnlamna nl uinr ta all

(iualled a* a toni restorative in all debilitated conditions Ferry, containin: on- htlr"o] acres rf land: clcand, PMNTERH' BRI'SHL- AND COLORI, (ky-: The public are-respectfully requested to re- Deaf and Dumb Asylum readers- :and while -humble support'shall ib givento i

', of the )sjstem. E. MYERS. and at tiu> time in a fine state fur cu ti\tlun. ,with Apothecaries' Glass Ware, Ac. Ilmbtr that it is Sand.' Sarsaparilla that has been (be great principles upon which the Democratic

Price $t per box, with full directions. For sale, all the neriary building! for the cl.mr.a cf the E above Constantly i on hand, and for sale at the and constantly achievingauch remarkable.cures of OF KENTUCKY. party has planted itself, and believing these principles -

.. at Talahas", Fla. by LEWIS &- AMES, MILKS farmer, such as Dwelling House, Kitchen, Meat T lowest market prices. the nuje-t difficult class of disease to which the human lIE sub.riber.a tl.e resident agent of the said to be essential to the perpetuity dour national

t ',: Acl .\ BARNARD, and on enquiry will House,, Store lbs.m, with al other buildings for the frame is subject; therefore ask fur Sands Sarsaparilla t Institution,offers for sale,in tracts, and upon freedom and the advancement of our national welfare

,; be in all. trftt ta\vus and villages South and use of neirro liou
Vest.S t. and a good ferry I Hat, all of which I tt ill dl l low for euppliesof Drit '.,.'/Jirlf and ChmacaltInch, December 12, IStO. 20 If LAND situated in the county of Jackson, in the with views and opinions antagonistic to our own.-

May S, 1">17. ; 42 Cm cash. Persons wisliin I to pnrc'b"i do well to together with nn"t ( |>>pular pattiit reined tf-i, State of Florida. Also th'E Right to Locate, to a To render our paper the firm but dispassionate exponent -

I, call and examine for themSh'M. render our assortment t the largest and mott varied in Chewing Tobacco limited extent. of democratic principle the calm yet unflinching -

: New Orleans Type Foundry, REBECCA CHARLES. he State. -1 of which we offer at the lowest cash SUPERIOR article, in half pound lumps for The above land were selected at an early date,by advocate of Southern institutions,the vehicle -

,,'. AND PRINTERS FURNISHING WAREHOUSE Columbus, Fa., Au2u 21, 1SI7. : 4m pm ice*. A sale by BIRCHETT !LINDENBERGER an experienced judge and are believed to be amongst I of amusing and instructive thought upon all

C \ JVtf. 17, Canal ttreet Jtotc. July 25, 1S4C. 1 LEWIS &AMES. July 3, 1S47. 50 the finest iu the county. proper subjects, whether of science literature or
Notice C. 1. DLTONT, II general ipfcnzatfca; in a word to aake it a welcome -

-. _' '{ TIE undersigned and Printers beg leave that they to annotjice have established to Pub- IS HERF.IJY given, that George Russ, one of the Peters' Vegetable }Pills.Truth Notce. % .Ifent Sr D. .f. of Ff. visitor at once to the merchant and the me-
: heirs cf the estate of James F. Russ, late of f the Quincy June 12, >"'. 47 fy aha:: c.the student and the farmer shall be our eoDI. -
mug firm of & Co."and
and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in Kirksey
a complete is mighty, and in this case has "I wad aad if in addition to this shall
of Jackson met ec&avcr we
County in the State of ;
The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut to Florida dec'd., JL &. Seward" thi.day dissolved by mutual con MAKING. I.
ctI. has this day. by bis attorney,filed his before Prevailed CABINE I he enable I b.- extending our circulation through the
by workmen of long experience, and, as no petition sent. James Kirksey is authorized to settle all business I
obtain the handsomest faces the Jud;.of the Probate. Court of the said County from the first been a favorite connected with the same. i interior to'strenzthen'tbe ties which bind our beloved -'
._ expense was 'pare.o for a distribution of said estate and that three PEERS'tlLL So-itli but their I State and City together and to secure that
". and to every respect[ we will venture to ; now consurnp- James Kirksey will continue the business at the DAMON & LV.XCH.HAVING t.
perfect months from the diSc of this notice, he will ask for tion ii confined to iu tx-ction In the the tPttttatn cf sympathy and feeling so essential f> toe
it be found as band"'rae. i if not the handsomest Norh. old stand' of Kirksey & Seward, where he will ,
\ say wi an order for distribution. East E and the West, well b bought the catirv emk iiJ istecest of prosperity of both we shall find our labors amp1J"1It !
as as continuance
'I the United Stales. We have also a very : beyond C.e Potomic : pleased to receive of the f.or of WienVer the Cibtxr !
Stop, are .
B. F. DENXARD, in Europe, South America, India: and West In. :
Mr. H. R. Seward.
S handsome assortment of Flowers and Jot Letter of old Iriend..and those of
do all kind rf wwfc i that ; !
for Petitioner. they are know nand appreciated. The demandfor prepared to : ID.1 To enable us to continue our present connection
Attorney) die JAMES
which would call the attention KIRKSF.Y.
the latest .t)Ie. to we the patronage heretofore pvea t >the shop however and do all that would wish to do in
before elsewhere. All Jane 12, 1S47.. 47 3m them has no |nrIlel in the animals of medicine, HANSEL R. SEWARD. hop < to we
of Printers purchasing
,: ntinu Their csreiicive the businesswarrants the of "The Georgian" we must
and it be said of their advocate i way improving
shall be of materialequal may Tallahassee, June 26, 50
1\ articles manufactured by us manufactured a at the Bar and Billiard Room. .The cry is still they come, !" 151. them in sjjinjj thE! can give i satIsfsctic'n.They look for"an increased support from the public; suchwe

f if not superior shall to sell any New York MONTICELLO FLORIDA. In all diseases of the stomach the abdominal vis- W @ M execute their woik end, a ae.iin to dis-: now solicit and confidently expect.
,. North; and as we Type at pri. > of it o reasonable l work. WM. H. BULLOCH.
: : cere, the liver,or the Mslcm their alternative pose ;a term any
: ces, we trust to meet with encouragement.. THE undersized respectfully informs his friends and tonic cner&ly. constituent Atorney at Law, men in the State. HENRY R. JACKSON.
We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS RULE the ,public that he has opened a BAR AND rolerccl. upon the March 15.17. 35
". ",1, and TYPE cf anj magnitude with'promptness. We BILLIARD ROOM in Monticello. on the West side properties of will produce an imme- Monlitrllo, Jefferson County, Florida, 2. TERMS:
call the attention of Printers diate change and c\entuallv perform a radical cure. attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle
i, 'II would also particularly of the publCs juare, for their accommodation, and WILL NEW BOOKS, &c.TUST .
: to our LEADS, Laving an entire new set of solicits patronage.; His BILLIARD TABLE is TESTIMONIALS.Extract and of the County of Columbia of the THE DAILY GEORGIAN is published in Savannah-
: of letter 'from Dr. Waines PhSladelhia received Brig Wakulla, An Overland Ten Dollars scmi-annuaflj;
: moulds, by which we are enabled to furnish a perfect one of the most approved and is in excellent a of Eastern Circuit Florida. per at per annum, payable
4 patern. > ,dated Februar 2, IlOYour the J journey round the World in 1S41 and S42by Sir in advance Six Dollars for six months.
are or
article. We are also Agents for the sale of the order. His BAR is best Winet, Liquart PilL Monticello,August 22,134C. 5 ;
t Napier and Smith which and Cigar also of mildest in their operations and jet most pwerfulntheir George Simpson THE TRI-WEEKLT GEORGIA, for the coontry,is

together with Washington Chases,Cases, I'REE. ,Furniture His rooms: a be variety CONFEC.TIONARY. all effects of any that I have ever Law Notice.BROCKENBROUGII Washington and his Generals, by J. T. Headley. published to meet the arrangement of the mails,
opened at hours
i "; Ink, and every other article required in the day and ; and, by strict attention| to practice of eight and twenty)'er. Their action on A voyage up the river Amazon,b! W. H.Edwards, three times a week (Tuesday. Thursday,and Saturday -

;: .e .: Printing business,will be kept on hand and furnUb- arid a dcsiru evening to please, he hopes to give general u.ints satisfaction t he chile, and hence on the impurities i of the blood, & MAXWELL. A Summer in the Wilderness, by Chas. Lanman, ,) at the office of the Daily Georgian and con
is evidently Prevention better than Cure Mrs. Ellis Political and
ed at manufacturer'pric. to his Call and him.S. very surprising. by tains all the intelligence Commercial
.t. 4 ... Editors and Printers wishing lo c tablish a Newspaper .CU.tOIICII B. HARRINGTON.Monticrllo &( Extract of a letter from Dr. Jpnn' Hall, of Que- II BROCKENBROUGH will return to Flo Vicar of Wakefield,illuatiated edition Miscellaneous including new Advertisements pub..

.. :::' or Job Printing Oilke will be furnished with I Ma1 I. 1SI7. 41 hoc, L. C. March C, 1"1 t :- hillious feven. WM rid. in time to attend all the Courts of the Wainwright's Family Prayers, lished in the Daily Paper.
sick headaches, for of the and Headley's Napoleon and his Marshalls This U all of the State and
pidity ( sent to
9) estimate in detail forthe statins the size Ln\tb. en. paper parts
an sameby I Io --- Middle Circuit,and of Jackson and Franklin Counties -
f argement of the Dr. Peter Georgia Scenes Hill Side and Border Sketches delivered in the Fire Dollars
t ': of the paper or the particular style and iuanttt of (Groceries.AFUL spleen, Pills arc an ex in West Florida M. will also attend the ; Union or city at per
cellent I I& W. II. Maxwell Mrs. Hemans' Poem
six months.
work to be executed. I mlicnc. and by ; annum ; or at Three Italian for
.'. 'p t fjcjThe proprietor of newspapers who publish L assortment just received and for sale by For &AMES, MILES NASH, devoted Supreme Federal to Courlt.the Their time will b .Flora's Interpreter Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary THE WEEKLY GEORGIA U published every Fri!

I ;;,I this advertisement six months and wi paper i L. & 11. GREENBERG &CO. EDWARD BARARl. claims against exclusively the United States legal, for profession the attentivet'rosecutmon Mirror Library complete in one volum. day afternoon Three Dollars per annum-all{'!.
Apnl3, IS 17. 3'Notce 42 Cm Andrews'Sallust, Anthon's Cirsar.Jmlichlet's able in advance.
4 4' -: to our office weekly, will be paid for the advertisement M.S.IS.I. of which arrangements have been made '
------ History of r ranee,Moore Poems, Savannah Ga. 1541.
'c by purchasing six times the amount of adver- in Washington. August,
.' Circuit. Dewee's on Children Dewee's Midwifery -

A J .. : tbbg bill in Type. GREEN fc co. SIX months after the undersigned, Executor IN JEFFER'O 1ldde:CIRCUIT COURT. March 13, 1S47.- 31 Oxford Bibles with clasps New Style of Shower Baths

I'': .;! J mi2$, 1*11. 4! Otn 1 Canal St. Row. the lat will and testament of Benjamin Nathaniel Pearce } Blacksmithing &c. Webster's Dictionaries.Brainard Flute and Violin be had at the Tin Manufactory which are
,Horse-shoeing Instructors Elliott's celebrated Chinese Razors CAN
Chaires,deceased, late of Leon CouLty.will presenthis "6. Attachment for and such as every person ought to
i 4 : Boot and Shoe Making. accounts and vouchers to the lion Judge of Pro Eugene Ablon and Robert R. S90 OW.n.dlate Silver Combs Silver Head OrnamentGold Studs, have to insure health daring hot weather.

bate of Loon County, and make application for letters Merchants TiE undersigned has made arrangements to carry i*., &c. For sale by June 12, 18.11 47
I ; llEundersgnedbavingpurchathe of dismission. Executor; aforesaid. 1 Asaurnp the BL.-CKSMITI' BUSINESS in all its P. A. UA YW ARD.

I ;J J : | entire stock and materials LUACS JOSEPH a Executor. under E. the name and style ol Damages &2O.' branches. ha particu\r attention to Horse July 10, IS41. 51 zoo Pieces Calico.
Ablon Co.
-:J.: tk ,who is abut leaving the Sate. CHAIE. & shoeing and feels he ran give satisfaction .
April 3
Leon Gm
and all others interested are here- and Summer Prints choice patterns.just
,: ctu1y friend TiE to any who may nor him with their work Choice Wines and Liquors. SPRING <
i is at the where o the institution of 'the above suit and for sale by
I .: present Notice. nOlife in this Hid shop is in the rear of the City
t. lie to execute all work in his line with by atabment. are require to appear and plea Hotel, respec.adjoins the Livery Stable of Messrs. Miller BY Brig Wakulla from New York. we hare re- L. fc IL GREENBERG t Co.

I i.\. c.;.r a : despatch. He has on hand the finest QIX months after date (the undersigned Administrator to delaation filed in'thi ca within the Brokaw. His prices be liberal, and the following articles, which we will selllow' April 3,. lR41. 37

of and all soils of materials, and wills L ol Daniel N Cone, deceast. late of Columbia prescribed by law. he respectfully& solicits a 1'j of public very to planters and others :

,' make at short notice, and in the best manner, GEN- County East Florida \ ,present, his tna BERTHELOT &ARCHER HENRY B. patronae. 2 Quarter Casks Cognac Brandy DR. J. S. BOND

j :..r, TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOE o every descrip account and vouchers to the Judge of Attorneys for Plaintiff. June 19,1S47. 43 St FT. 6 Eighth do do do. his professional services to the cit

,4 : tion. Boot f.te.soled, repaired in Columbia Countyaod ask for a discharge.IVILLIAM May 29. IS 17. 45 31m 1 Cask Old Port Wine, OFFERS and the surrounding country.

,'. good style ald charges. He will warrant CONE. Adm'r. Notice. 2 Madeira Wine Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel.

f e ':(, r his work to be equal to any done in the place Blount's Ferry E. F., May 2U, 1817. 45 6m* tinSTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, for 1 Pipe Schiedam Gin, Mar 29. 18-1. 45 _!tf_______ ..
after date
VV months I shall accounts
sale by LEWIS present my 10 Boxes Claret Wine
and to give at good satisfaction as to fitting u any &AE. SIX
1 '
i :. j f': other workman. Notice. < February 20, 1817. I ::1Notce. vouchers to the Hon A. McDnald. Judge Peach Brandy Apple Brandy, Notice.

JOHN LERCH.Miy8,1817. months afterdate, the acting Executor of of Probate. in and for the County ana Irish Whiskey Malaga Wine. undersigned Executrix of the estate of
I the apply a as of the estate : THE ,
SIX discharge Administrator BIRCHETT LINDENBERGER.July
J. } ;: ; 4? I will and testament of Arthur Burney Sen., of JonnW. onlate of said deceased. Jt Singleterry! ,deceased,late of Hamilton
.; months after Administrator the Rchf 3, 1641. 50 notifies all claims tgai""
dee"i make application to the Hon. Judge SIX B. RICHARDSON.Maon County, persons holding
:'d N. .mAnTI ,, Leon County for letters of dismissionasExecutor ; of William B. Kilpatrick deea will S said estate to present them duly atheDticatcd wilb-
.5 Commiulon arid Forwarding Merchant, of said estate present his accounts and vouchers to ( County, May 18' 6m Dwelling House for Sale.A in the time prescribed by the law; and all penoJII

f .;11.1 J lot I Poydras street, -July 17,1817. 82 Cm Judge of Probate of Jefferson County and ask to b '- SMALL comfortable Dwelling House for sale at indebted to said estate are required to make Jl&ymetf

discharged a Administrator of said estate. r Med Notice. ri. Monticello Jefferson County,adjoining Judge without delay. ANN'ELIZA DENSMORK,.

NEW-ORLEANS Dr. J. H. Scales, July 17, 1847. 52 6m :_: J-: Chace'i property. It will be sold on time to suit July ', 1847. M 8m Ex ecatr._
,. purchasen. Apply to
; 1.J WitRDNG.alteimdedtowith! promptness.RKfCBS SURGEGON DENTIST .Two Horse Bar ouch for Sftle. :' 4f J\\113,1841. w J. R. FORTUNE.CORN Superior Claret Iai'8ale.r .
: TO return Tallahassee about the 20th inst., 'r' l FFER r 'll"ice to the publc. Sa'e1t:
.1. t'far
i. WILL /"pHE subscriber has a light BAROU( Office ig'Bicitcrj Hill,the residence of (
LATHAM few weeks. Ills Room It : ,
iw1.i Jj W. ARorLr., DAaay, a at Dcmilly's. -
o I to 11tq'J'f.
AND PEAS for sale. Apply U :: Ar
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; .being quite broad) that he wie t low: LFUer.Julvl7. .
2 I A. BMIwICX. S.S.SUJA1. Ladies wailed upon at their icsidence >June1l,1Sl7. 45 t ( [ IS 52fs' 3. 1847. 50 J. FORTUNE.. July'fO,1847. 'I t '._- J. B. FORTUNh
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