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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 18, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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jBf trUai from Gen. Scott'i Army. THE FLORIDIAN.1 Fro yae.dark and hit track- ;

.. BATTLES OF COUTRERAS & CHARABCSCo.nt.l Let D rc tkj bo deform j
dfeoJ ., 1M Xeziccn'G0l Scott e. Twill add but CcreeneM to the stora; .
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f.wcxic.Jnsurice ktw'ee* the two ..Srnuesg.ttioM &fingers virtoe's< glimmering spark ; .

.%" riA .Jr. 7Wf for a Peace com- ____ __-__ ___ __ ____ __ __ ______ __ __ ----. 'ii: :, _---=. ----------.--- __ Plead with him-tu the noble part- ;

-'auL The U. S. steamship Mary Kingsland, Capt. BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA,-. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1847. VOLXIX. -N0.9. There's something g od in every heart :

arrived at early! hour this morn Bring to hi.mind the Mty tine, ; ,
any
J. Davis, received letters from __ ____ ___ __ .____ __. --- -'- -- Era sin had bin
have our -- -- - u ----- -- -- ----- ----- --- --- Itain soul with :
here "ia
IDJT. Br Gen. Worth his both o'clock the of Gen. work at .rt *nd about three hundre individual of either the neutral
Kendall from the .22d to the 28th of Au. resumed march, his march legs. At 3 brigade .hal pass When fond aSectioM blessed his '
goat Mr: all 1 dated from Tacubaya. A couriedespatched running through corn-6elds and narrow and Cadwallader was ordered out to support Col. yrs dtaitwasthe church.of Chunibascx, limits established by lat article except .And are .hujpyow_ petit with hrs flower;

by him on the 20th with the fin rocky lanes, along which carriages had never Riley, heavy reinforcements being seen on P JjDngy fortified""wan; .worl u dU g ToT liruce.bearing the correspondcnce ; When sportive Jest and hrl gle? ... .
or the battle fought on that day vas passed before. The filling up of the ditches their way out from the city, while Gen. Pierce'' for infantry, a well construct- between the two armies, or on the 1 Bepoke t .pirit pur.sndrree;

account otL caused some. little delay, but by 8 o'clock the brigade was sent to sustain Gen. Smith. The ed battery containing a number of guns of business Authorized by the next article ; and Plead with him-"Us the nobler part- ..-'

cut From a map and plan of the battle-field advance was in sight;: of Santa Cruz, and the firing from the batteries of the enemy continued heavy calibre. This work.wa a .little ad- individuals of either army who may chance There's sotaethiDj good in every heart l
we note that they arc called the bat. spires and domes 01( the noted capitol of Mexico incessant, while from a bill just outside the vanced from the fete de pont and nearly in i I to straggle within the neutral limits shall hj
before of us Coutreras, and Charabusco called could be discerned in the distance. The range of their guns, the spectacle was most line between it and the village of Coybocon the opposite party be kindly warned off or There was a time(that head did rest.

ties] field works of the of those names obstructions in the road, of which I have spoken grand and imposing. At about 4 o'clock, Further on, on the other side of the work at sent back to their own armies under flags of Clu to a mother'. yearning breast-

from victories were derisive enemy, but so far as we< were obviously of recent construction- Gen. Scott arrived and seeing the immense the bridge, and about three hundred yard truce. A time his ear the precepts ca ght, J '

The from a hasty perusal of a portion of evidence that tbe enemy had but just got wind strength of the Mexicans,at once ordered Gen. from the road, was a large building well adapted 7. The American army shall not by violence A kind and virtuous father taught ;

can letters judge the proposition for an armistice was of our approach, and that Gen. Scott had com 'Shields' brigade from San Angustin-a part. for the protection of infantry, and in obstruct the passage from the open I matters no what treacherous ray
our Gen. Scott probably at the pletcly stolen a march upon Santa Anna. of Gen. Quitman's command-to tbe right to'' which the enemy had also posted an immense< country into the city Mexico, of the ordinary Firs lured his Me.from Tirtue's wiv-
-
l made of by the British embassy. The report sugges.tion we< Other than the ditches and rocks which support Rilejr and Cadwallader, and prevent I body. The ground in the vicinity of these supplies of food necessary 'lo the con Enough to tbol ml'a,f save t

I hitherto that the city of Mexico had been rolled down from the precipitous hillside possible, a juncture of the force coming out points was completely covered with corn and sumption of its inhabitants and of the Mexican That soul from sin's eD Ila.hing wave;

hive given to have Wen un- !, no opposition was made to the advanciof from the city with those of Valencia. Bu other fields, cut up in every direction by wide< army within the city ; nor shall the Mexican Plead with him-act the nobler part.. ;

founded.was at our Should mercy appears not follow from the Gen. Worth until he had reached a point in few of the movcnents of our own troops couldbe and deep ditches,presenting obstacles innumerable authorities, ci or mitr do any act to ob There's something good in every! beat t
peace another battle the road not for from Santa Cruz-but now seen from the hill where we were poster to the advance of our troops. No struct the passage supplies from the city
negotiations now pending,: < the dense rocks and rcconnoisance of the position of tbe the MEMOIR OF A PAIR OF WHISKERS. s
force of from a scattering fire was opened upon the head of owing to chaparral sharp enemy or country needed by the American
must ensue, the enemy having a left. But his column by a force stationed at advantageous ravines but not a motion of the enemy bu had been made, and consequently its strength 8. AH American prisoners of war remain army. Dorothy Meredith was my cousin, my favo. '

fifteeu the road to twenty to thousand be completely men yet open to us, positions above} the road to the left. was plainly visible. The order of battle of could only be ascertained by hard blows and ing on the hands of the Mexican army and rite cousin. Nay she was emphatically my .

appears The quickly dispersed, howev. Valencia was certainly most imposinginfan.try knocks. not heretofore shall .
was exchanged
and half miles from enemy immediately,
the is a r"
and two
city only. er, by Capt. C. F. Smith's light battalion and were seen drawn up to support the batteries The divisions of Gens. Twiggs and Worth or a soon as practicable be restored to the As for Major Abercrombia Crowbar, public 1 -

the encampment.Our victories have been purchased! at a fast the 2d Artillery, under Major Gall. As the while long lines of the enemy's cavalry were at once engaged, the former with the' American army against a like number, hating opinion was unanimous. A brave man, on. '

loss of life, as will be seen by the l followin: ; ; division neared the hacienda of La Xovia the were stationed in the rear,as if awaiting the church and stronghold of Churubusco, and regard to rank, of Mexican prisoners doubtedly, but tbe last man in creation for abubo. I .
will a fuller one to-morrow. advance was again fired upon, but again the shock of battle. in the meantime Gen. Shield's brigades tured by the American army. cap II. thought too much o his whis-
jjit-we gife of men at.the loss of whom we i enemy's pickets were driven ;in, without Jos?. Two separate charges of the latter were the New York and South Carolina volunteer 9. All American citizens who were established ken

We see but names all have their friends and we make A turn of the road beyond La Xovia broughtthe distinctly seen repulsed by Col. Riley, who ?-together with tbe 9th, 12th, and 15th in the city of Mexico prior to the exis- What could I do? To step between a Jye a

weep distinction.; pleasant village of San Augustin in sight, had moved his brigade at one time to a posi. Regiments of Infantry under Gen. Pierce, ting war and who have since been expelled and his mistress is, generally speaking, -

no OFFICERS KILLED-RCCCLAR*. and after two or three light skirmishes, in tion partially in the rear of the enemy's work. were hurrying on from Cohoysan to attack from that city, shall be allowed to return to le. Therearecaaeswhereitisliterallycom.ing .
which the Mexicans had three lancers killed Col. Harncy was exceedingly anxious to the hacienda. Soon they to were engaged, their respective business or families therein between the dragon and his rage.' But
Burke, 1st ,
15th artillery -
Mills, Capt.
Major; G pt. Hanson infantry, 7th infantry; ; Capt. Thorn and wounded, our troops Lad quiet possessionof march his cavalry fo the scene of action, hut and now the battle became general The enemy without delay or molestation. Dorothy Meredith was the finest girl in Lancashire .

ton.2d dragoons; Capt. Capron. 1st artillery ; Capt San Augustin. Our only Joss during the it was deemed utterly impracticable. The had over twenty pieces of cannon, all inadmirble I 10. The better to enable the belligerent armies -and my cousin -
Quarks l&h infantry ; Capt. Anderson 2J infantry day was one man, a soldier of Smith's light nature of the ground was sirh that the infan. position, and served with more to execute these articles and to favor the What could she see to !love in that bOn,
Lieut. Irons lit artillery but attached to Gen.Cadwallader'a the than ordinary skill while but few of Crowbar? Not that the .
in our
; staff Lieut. Preston Johnson 1st artillery battalion who was wounded from a cornfieldnear try even had great difficulty finding guns great object of peace, it is further agreed between Major was i
but attached; to Na ruder.s battery ; Lieut Xochimilco.At way across the pfdregal, as the Mexicans could be brought to bear. The battery of the parties that any courier with des. femMe,apart from his whiskers. But military I ,

Easly, 2d infantry ; Lieut Goodman, 15th: infantry; 7 o'clock on the morning of the lAth, term it-ground covered with sharp, jagged Capt. Frank Taylor, it is true, opened a well patches that either army shall desire to send men are anti-social. The worst o fathers.
Lieut. Hoffman lit artillery. Gen. Scott arrived at San Au<*uslinand at 10 rocks. directed fire upon Churulusco, but so expos along the line from the city of Mexico or its : The most negligent of husbands. They can't
Lieut. Chandler, New York Re- closed in the fire ed was its situation, that it suffered most terribly take a joke. Besides there chai of
VOLTJKTSEKS.- o'clock Gen. Worth was in full march for the Until night had fairly vicinity, to and from Vera Cruz, shall receivea was no ce .
riment; Col. P. M. Butler, and Lituts David Adam city of :Mexico by the main road. Majors from the enemy's batteries did not slacken both in officers and men. safe conduct from the commander of the a war, and he would make a point of not dying ;
South Carolina Regiment. opposing
W. R. William,of the
*and. Smith and Turnbull, Capt. Mason and other it had been a continuous roar for nearly six To describe the fierce conflict' even now army. these ten years.

OFFICERS WOUNDED-REGULARS. engineer officers, were sent in adiance, sup hours. Gen. Scott retired to San Augustin that Iwo days have elapsed, or to give an account 11. The administration justice between It is needless to say that Dorothy Meredithwas ;
Blake's of about 8 o'clock and in the midst of a hard of the part taken by the different regiments unsurpassed in accomplishments.tL How
,
Cot Clark 6th infantry, flight j ; Col. Morgan, ported by Capt. squadron dragoons, Mexicans according to the general and State
J5tk infantry., severely; Major Wade, 3d artillery, to reconnoitre, as it was known the enemywas rain which had just commenced falling. were impossible. From the opening constitution and laws by the local authorities could it be otherwise 1 Six rich uncles ha '
severely; Major Bonneville Cth inlantry, slightly ; in force at or near San Antonio. The Gens. Twiggs and Pillow came in about I 11 1 of the strife up to the time the Mexicans were of the towns and place occupied by the Amer- educated her; and she was tbe legatee around

Capt. Wessell*, 2d infantry severely ; Capt. Philip. party, when within a thousand .fardVas fired o'clock, wet and completely exhausted. It entirely routed and in full flight for the city, ican forces, shall not be obstructed in dozen of maiden aunts. Of .u
Kearoy, 1st dragoons\efl arm shot off; Capt. Mc.Reynolds from which masked was impossible to use horses on the rough was one continuous roar of cannon and musketry any here was no such match in the country.
a battery, was by
3d infantry upon manner.
3d dragoons,severely; Capt. Craig the loud shouts of the Now for to stand still and such C
broken round.ln which accompanied by me
and see
and the first ball from instantly exceedingly
severely ; Capt. Ross 7th inlantry severely; trees a 12 pounder 12. Persons and property shall be respected a
I C.f>t. J. R.Smith 2d infantry severely ; Capt. Chapman killed Capt. Thornton, of the 2d Dra. I they had been operating for nearly twelve victors as some new vantage ground was gained in the towns and places occupied by the American sacrifice-this was manifestly impossible
5th infantry, slightly ; Capt Johnson, Oth. infantry goons, besides severely wounding a guide, Jo. lours. Not anticipating the immense strengthof ; and high above the din rose a dense column forces. No be molested in Understand me : I should not take such ground --

slightly; Capt.Holden, 12th infantry" slight.. nathan Fitzwalters. Col. Garland's brigadewas I the works of the enemy, or the almost insurmountable of smoke, at times completely shrouding the exercise of rersonsbal profession nor shall tbe in any ordinary case, but Major Crowbar'a 4moustaches
slightly Capt.Hoif' ;
ly Capt. Hathaway. tat artillery ; '
; difficulties of reaching them the combatants. The strength of the en- were a foot long.
ordered the hacienda of ,
aD. 6th infantiy slightly; Lieut. Schuyler now to occupy services of any one be required without his
Hamilton lit infantry but attached to Gen. Scott's Carrera, within plain sight and range of the it bad been at first thought that the batteries emy at this battle is known to have been 15-, consent. In all cases where services are voluntarily It is true the thing was Do easily done.- ,

staff, severely; Lieut. Holloway, Sth infantry but enemy's batteries at San Antonio, while Col. would be taken at a dash, :and: that the troops 000 at least, many say 20,000, all fresh troops, rendered just pice shall be paid and Interference of this kind is a delicate bines!. '
attached to Smith's Light Battalion severely<
the Bacon Ordnance 6th infantry but commanding.-e' rely; Lieut.howitzer' Callender battery.severely of. Duncan took a station ;in the rear close by.- Angel for the night ; instead of this., a large : posed to them were about 6000 Americans, trace 13. Those unmolestet prisoners who desire friendly remonstrance is only a declaration of ,
of them to bivouac jaded and broken down by marches and countermarches may war, sub-rosi. r
compelled
; Lieut. Arnold 2d artillery severely ; Lt. The engineer officers were at once sent out portion were to remove to some more convenient .#
place
Human Thorn 3d dragoons attached to Col. Gar. 10( reconnoitre by Gen. Worth, to ascertainthe without blankets in tbe midst of a pitiless ., and by incessant toil before the for the of cured of their wounds It is surprising how \o will stick to c,
land' staff slightly; Li ut. Hendrickson, Cth infantry practicability of turning the worksof rain, and on ground where they could not stronghold of Coutreras and San: Antonio.At .- purpose being her betrothed against the field. If I knew '
strong shall be allowed to do without molestation
severely; Lieut. Humber 7th infantry severely *- stretch themselves Add to this the Churubusco the Mexicans themselves that her lover had his mother to death
Lieut. Boynton, lit artillery but attached to the enemy, and in the mean time General out say they still remaining scraped
Taylor's; battery slightly; Lieut. Lorimer Graham, Scott had despatched Captain Lee with a sup. prospect of morrow were far from flatteringwere Santa Anna commanded in person, but that 14. Those prsner. officers who with an oyster-shell, I should onfy make her a s

t acting with tat dra obns, severely Lieut. Van Buren porting party, composed of Capt. Kearney's enough to dismay any but the stoutest he left early. The noted battallions of Hidalgo wish to attend the wounded shall have fo for life by the really friendly act of giving
of the Rifles,slightly,; Lieut. Martin, 1st artillery squadron and a body of the 11th infantry un. hearts-that the enemy would doubtless and Victoria, and of Independiciabe may ber the information. A woman in such a case, -
he of if their be
services
f' Lieut. infantry
,right arm shot off; Goodloe 15th the works Polios of the from privilege doing so will doubt the of whole
Lieut. Farrelly, :Sth infantry but der Col. Graham to ascertain the practical/il reinforce and strengthen duringthe or young men capital, testimony a regiment '
mortally; night, having superiority in knowl- whom so much was expected-nearly all fled required. under oath, and the evidence of her own senses
attached to Smith's Light Battalion, severely; Lieut ity of finding a road by which the village of every 15. For the execution of this
Lagenbell adjutant Sth infantry slightly ; Lieut. San Angel could be reached, and thus turn edge of the ground-add again to this that without firing a gun. more commissioners perfect be into the bargain. Besides, if you cold -
I i Bee, 5d infantry, slightly; Lieut. Lovell, 2d infantry ,the strong hold at San Antonio. This latter the men were weakened by long exertions, In the different works (but mostly in the agreement two each shal of disagreement ap- by some miracle, convince her, you -

slightly Collins; Lieut.:4th artill Chandler slightly 3d infantry Lieut.slightly Tilden2d : ; party had a sharp encounter with the advance want of food, and chilled by the continuous church,) taken by Gen. Twiggs, near 2000 poinh:1 shall by party wh. case complish nothing: for she forgives even more
Lieut. ; night rain and it is not anything muchto troops were captured. Among them were appoint a than she disbelieves ; and unless
infantry severely; Lieut. Newman. Irth infantry 'of the enemy, the main body being found post. to 16.I This convention shall have no force or obstinately
severely; Lieut.. Gardner 2d infantry, severely ; Lt ,ed at a strong point not far from the factory of assert that the bivouac of the. 19th August Gen. Rtncon, who commanded in person, effect .. Kjr their you can actually produce before her eyes a nre-
: Hayden 2d infantry., slightly ; Lieut. Sprague ad. Coutreras. In the skirmishing, some six or was gloomy in the extreme. Get,. Anajn, latelrPrsident fubstitutr. ant the commanders nnU Approved of ExceJences :thluJ wtiv-iuKflox.lilUieu,(atttnvDDRafide
jataat 9th infantry slightly; Lieut. Palmer Wh infantry. and Early oil the morning of the GOth, Gen. Gen. A renlo as Gorosteza, formerly respectively property of her suitor,) you had much bet. -
Lieut. l3uckner jth infantry,slightly eight Mexicans were killed us many more mies within twenty-four hours, reckoning .
.severely ; Worth ordered to with a of Minister Washington.. Gen. Garay ter let her alone.It .
move part
; Lieut. Cram,9th infantry,slightly: ; Lieut. Sim- taken prisoners-on our side not a man touch. his division-Garland's was brigade-towards the was captured near San Antonio by General from the 6th hour of the 23d day of August is obvious, then, that whatever exists of :
kius, 12th infantry slightly; Lieut. Peternell, 15th id. The result of the reconnoissance pro.cdfa'orabte. 847.
infantry,slightly; Lieut. Bennet, 15th: infantry.VOLrNTrrRS.XW It was ascertained that a road scene of action at Contrcraj, to aid in the attack Worth, and several influential I officers, among A. QCITHAN Maj. Gen. U. S. A. Interference must occur between Major Crow. .
York gimt71t.-Co1. Bur- upon Valencia, for to force this position them Col. Miramon, by Gen. Shields at thelacienda bar and myslf The hope to prevail with :
could be made which would enable the
armyto PERSIFOB. F. SMITH, Bvt. Brig. Gen.
k- discharges but the most important of altogether desperate. .
aet.severely Capt. Fairchild slightly ; Capt. D" was deemed indispensable. A few capture Dorothy
reach San and thus the
: Angel, turn strong FRANKLIN PIERCE, Brig. Gen. U. S. A.
man, severely ; Lieut. Sweeney severely ; Lieut. of cannon were heard about 7 o'clock, all was the entire Foreign Battalion, mostymade To be sure, the -Major sings a good song ;
Jen aiw, slightly Lieu Cooper severely ; Lieut. batteries at San Antonio and perhaps others IGNACIO: DE MORA Y VILLAMI.
; from and I told that he into
and a heavy of musketry and some up of deerer our own army, am can split a man
,
Lieut. Potter severely Lieut. the have the road between rattling
McCabe, slightly; ; enemy might upon BF.MTO QUIJANO.
said that in the distance they had seen. with their commander, the notorious Riley three pieces with'cut one'of his ; :
Griffin, slightly; Lieut. Malhowsky, slightly.South that and the city of Mexico. The Mexicanswere even A of the broad-awor
true original
Carolina Rrgimtflt.-Lieut. Co!. Dicken- in force large masses of Mexicans in full flight towards himself They are all now under close guard, copy ; but he drinks like a fish, and his are
plainly seen at a commanding G. W. LAY U. S.
son, severely; Capt. James I). handing!, slightly; position Coutreras and it evident the city ; yet few dreamed that the will b strictly dealt with. A absolutely terrific. He marry my cousin with
was the
Adj.Cantey severely; Lieut. S'imter.' slightly ; Capt. near batteries at Contreras bad been stormed and The loss on side has'fallen most heavily Military Secretary to General.inCbierBrit five thousand a year!
K. S. Moffitt,slightly ; Lieut K S. Billing*.severely that they had a number of cannon ;in position ; South Carolina and New York
Gen. Scott the '
Yet it
Lieut. J. R. Clark, dangerously; Lieut. J. W. but at a council held at night, it was determined arried. so was. himself upon I Rather than so, come fate into tbe list.
; ll Parliament. We find in late En-
the Cth and Smith's a
light
Gen. Worth started volunteers infantry And me to th' utterance
accompanied by champion
HLJ. U. Davis, slightly ; Capt. !
Steen slightly; | to attack them the following day.
\v. D. DeSaussurWBgatly; Lieut. Jos. Abney. severely. In upon the mean time, while this reconnoisanre scene of action;when they were met by Capt. mttalion. atache to Worth's division, and glish paper, the following table, showing (the What can Dorothy Meredith possibly see in ,
Worth had established Mason with the joyful intelligence that Valencia the Capts.Magruder and Taylor. beginning and dissolution of the Parliaments that' fellow I She is my cousin. If she would:
Our entire loss in killed and wounded is was in progress, Gen. of had been completely routed after a Thc South Carolina Regiment was nearly of Great Britain-fourteen in number-for the only: listen to reason five minutes! What amI

abort eleven hundred ; that of the enemy is his while head-quarters from the windows at the countless hacienda numbers Curera of, bor but terrible struggle. The attack upon cut to pieces, losing 137 out of 272 men, last forty-five years ; with a list of the Prime I I talking about I A- womaji in love listen t

not well known. His loss in killed alone ;is the bat. his works was planned by Gen. Smith, and with which it went into action. The 1st Artillery Ministers of the same period : rcatou I Bah I
he could be work
at
believed to be fully equal to our entire loss, enemy seen upon resulted in the capture of 15 pieces of artillc- has suffered severely in officers. 1st, dislnd June 20. 1502. Come what will, it is very plain that thisaffair
and it U estimated that at least 3000 prisonerswere cries of San Antonio. About noon they o. ry, some 1,500 prisoners-among them Gen. The Mexican accounts acknowledge the 2d, bpn Nov. 15lstY2dissolvedOct. 24., 150C. must be arbitrated between tbe Major
pened tbe hacienda with both round shot 3d, Dec. 13,1 I 2y,1807.4lh .
taken. The number of his wounded upon Mcndoza and the notorious los in wounded and prisoners, of no 1'3. AIri
1 Garcia and her is of
to
and shell, nearly one of which took ef- linc kie June 22.1&07. I 2t.IS12. myself Talking entirely out -
was not ascertained, but is supposed to be very (ect, but without doing every other injury than to the ; all the amunition and camp equIp le5 tbireen generals(among them three Sth, I Nov. 22.1912. I June 10, ISIS.Cth he question. The fool Te silly jade 1-
large. Gen. Scott himself received a wound age, while the road along which x-Presidents) and forty-five pieces of cannon.One Jan. H.1919.u Feb. 29, 1S20. The good-for-nothing huyVb! -
Late in the the batteries &
ia the leg below the knee, but from the man- building. evening leaped fled was strewn with muskets. No of our officers says that we have captured 7th, ApriI21.1S2. I June 2, 1826. iidn't she fall in love with an ourang outang],
again opened, but with no other result than ,
Sth 14,1820 I July
which Mr. Kendall of it of the them more amunition than Gen. Scott has used 2..15.Ilh. with it
ncr in speaks we are the position of the different le than 700 enemy, among may { .. 26. I April aDd have done 7
showing
led to hope the injury a slight one. For a marvel the batteries were silent guns.-during officers, were left dead on the field-the since he has been in the country. Oth, Ot. 14. &', I Dec. 3, 1S.. Besides,the military cap ar so trcmenlous -
number of wounded was undoubtedly far Yours, the he Had the fire been the ha. .. deptc
Editorial Cvrrnp9nJen.ee of Picayune. night. kept up,
I have no time now to enlarge or 12th. I Feb. 19, lS3o, July 17, 1837. no remote conception After the
TACTTBATO, (near Mexico,) Aug. 22. cicada might have been torn in pieces and tbe greater. this and brilliantchievement THE ARMISTICE. 13th. Nor. 1637, I June 23, 1941. is o will
well-planned once fairly
nothing
The celebrated Archbishop's Palace of Ta- entire command compelled to retire. Before comment upon 4th, Aug. 1.151. I July 23. 1S47. place invesed d
cubayo is now occupied by Gen. Scott ; anda going further, it may be well to state, that the but reserving a more full description Tbe undersigned appointed respectively, During the, above period there were 15 premiers but a bombardment, at a coupe
for other time must to nain. wait the
of the after twice defeating city of Mexico lies about nine miles nearly some pass on the three first by Maj. Gen. Winfield Scot.commander.in.chid viz: They c't &ne grria
portion array other The works at Con- the is to be done at all .
events. thing
the in two of the hardest fought battles north of San Augustin, that San Autonio is I. exciting American of the armies of the U. Mr. Addington, appointed March 7, 1801. 'I say ,
enemy in the of the -
of the war, arc quartered immediately a. about three miles in the same direction, while trera completely Gen. Scott at power ordered Gen. States, and the two last by his Excellency Mr. Pitt, May 12, 1804. "Then 'twere well 'twere done quickly."

round him. I have already sent you off a be point occupied by Gen. Valancia, near Worth army to,fall San Antonio once to turn and Don Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, President Lord Grenville, January 8, 1806. Thus situated, what could I do! To delib-

hurried sketch of the glorious events of the Coutreras for he had command at that place, that work upon and then push: on towards of the Mexican Republic and coinman- Duke of Porand. March 30, 1807. irate was ruin,absolute ruin. Yet-I paused.
be is at least three miles in a straight line, and ina capture er-in-cbief of its armies, met with full powers Mr. 23 1810.
20th, and even the present letter must a capital by the main road, while the main body Percivl, Not that I was afraid of the Major. I am
hurried synopsis of:.the battles, which have direction nearly west. It was ten miles the of the under Gen. Twiggs Pillow which were duly verified in the village Earl of Liverl June 8, 1812. afraid of no man. But there was a quiet fe-

died additional glory upon the American arms. way many of our troops had to march, for you Smith, Pierce army and Cadwallader moved, on, Tacubaya on the 22d of August 1847 to Mr. Apri 11, 1827. rocky in his lip, which I fancied few :

On the 14th inst., a reconnoissance made cannot imagine a more rough, uneven and jag. towards Ban Angel and Coboycan., Scarcely enter into an armistice for the purpose of giving Viscount August 18, 1827. would contravenejust for the fun of it.pole

by Cot Duncan having proved that a road gedsurface. had the advance of Gen. Twiggs got half the Mexican Government an opportunity Duke o Wellington, Januar 11, 1829. Certainly duels are things to b avoie. I

fcr artillery and wagons could be cut out from At 8 o'clock on the morning of the IDth the a mile beyond the latter village, before a ratting 'receiving{ propositions for peace from tho Earl Grey, Nov. 221830. hue ever had but one opinio on subject.
Chako to San Augustine, Gen. Worth's division batteries again opened on Gen. Worth's posi. fire musketry announced that it was commissioner appointed by the President of Lord Melbourne July 16, 1834.- Phis being shot down for another man's bene-

t: moved on the afternoon of the 15th in that lion at the hacienda near San Antonio, the actively engaged with the outposts of the enemy the U. States and now with the American Sir Robert Peel, December 10, 1831. fit, is all wrong. I venture to say that duels

direction. Gen. Pillow followed the next halls crushing through the walls and fillingthe and the heavy booming of cannon now army. when the following articles were Lord Melbourne, April 18, 1835. lover did good. They give"rise to scandal.

morning ; at the same hour Gen. Quitman rooms with fragments of plaster and bro. token that the noted 2d division bad agreed upon. Sir Robert Peel, August 30, 1841. They disturb the passions. They make awk-

broke up his encampment at Buena Vista, a : ken furniture. Shell also burst in the air 0I alien gave[ upon another trong wcrk. But a few ART. 1. Hostilities shall instantly and tho Lord John Russell, June 29, 1846.- war gaps in a family circle. I once knew .

email hacienda between Vienta do Cordova I ver the building and the pieces dropped among more and a tremendous firing from absolutely cease between the armies of brothers out of five killed in 'ia the

and Ayotla, and immediately General Twiggs the Then\ stationed in the rear. t$o hot was the minute right, and immediately in the main United States of America and the United Glad Tidings.1-Tho following is the superscription single month of April. They April

was ia motion from the latter place. By this the[ fire that the troops were obliged to gain from San Augustine to the capital, roa Mexican States within thirty leagues of tbe of a letter received at the Post fools For my own part,I would never sane-

more a new line of operations was taken up shelter behind the building, but still did not evident that Gen Worth's division was actively capital of the latter States, to allow time tothe Ofce in Buffalo, a day or two since, post- ion a duel excepting perhap those. very few

on the southern and north-western sides of the give up tbe |position. About 9 o'clock the divisions engaged. commissioner appointed by the United S. mal at Memphis, Tennessee : case, where really. getting away .

city of Mexico, and the strong works of the of Gens. Pillow and Twiggs were ordered Be had completely turned the strong works and the commissioner to be appointed by the This Jeter. containing Important news from it. .

Penon and MexicaJsingo upon which Santa to advance in the direction of Court eras : of San Antonio, but while doing the Mexican Republic to negotiate. I through lhmail to John A. H"*". Yet it was unpleasant, very unpleasant '
Anna had bestowed such immense care and and by 1 in the afternoon were in plain sight had abandoned the place with r the loss enemy of 2. This armistice shall continue a longs Who will pay you dime.if you speedily go, acknowledge it. The wrong end of a pistol-
labor completely turned. of the batteries and within of commissioners, of the two Governments And deliver it to him in Buffalo, barrel, levelled, as near you can at
were
enemy's tange their heavy and had fallen back upon In the State of New York on one of the lakes a judge
On the 16th of August, Gen. Worth march. his heavier guns. The brigade of Gen. P. his second guns line of works. It was may be engaged on negotiations or until tbn Where John makes hit living by selling of cake; the fourth button, i to say the least, no joke.
ed as far u the hascienda of San Gregorio I F. Smith was ordered to advance directly tow. now at tbe commencement stronger of the battle,about commander of either of the said armies shall He will be glad to learn what this letter will tell, And I was no And I happened to know,

beyond which it was found that the enemy had aids the enemy's works, while that of Gol. 1 o'clock in tbe afternoon, and sure such a fire formal notice to the other of the cessa- That his aunt i i. da. (who and once was well to him.) on the other hand tha the Major was no bunger. I -

cut up and ditched the miserable trail along Riley moved towards a small village to the rattling of firearms has seldom or never been lion of the armistice and for forty-eight hour And With has thousands left all ber of af money res houses negroes ta live in. Hf been the 'principle

wkich the artillery and wagons were obliged right, with orders to gain the ,main rod and heard on the continent of America, accompanied after such notice. a cause nine private funerals, and the 'sec-

U pan. He would bare gone to Santa Cruz, thus be enabled to cut off any reinforcements with euch booming of artillery; and this 3. In J the mean time neither army shall .A dozen children may.seem a large family -..1 ond'of forty o. These thing bg to look

another hacienda a league further on, had not which might be sent to Valencia from the city. was continued over two hours and until the within thirty leagues of the city of Mexico with old folks who are moderate," remarked lerious.. u had

aa order came up from Gen. Scott f for a bah. An incessant firing of cannon-was opened up. enemy was fully routed from every and commence any. new fortification or military Mrs. Partington ; .but my dear husband Is".or matrimony on my cousin, an I c 4 -
It seemed that Gen. Twiggs had met a large5ronheenenydrawn ; on the advance of Gen. Smith, and soon tbe until those who were killed or pint work of offence'or defence, or do anyLhtng used to tell a story of a woman in some deil of no other way o getting him

up ia front of him Rifles were engaged in skirmishing with the era were in full flight for tbe city. Let me to enlarge or strengthen any exisng.work of the world where he stopped one night,.pr In aor1 decided- to'challenge hi

near Chalca as if with the intention of dispftiar pickets of the enemy and driving them in.- endeavor in words t give the readeran idea o fortification of that carater .ihm had nineteen children in five years : or five for you shall presently see,' -

Us advance, cutting him off from the The J2 pounder battery of Capt. .Magruder of the position and work of tbe enemy.As aid limits. cbilrn' in nineteen years, I don't remem disconcerted my entire plan-.bat t me him
*ttbodr of the army, and perhaps bringing was pressed forward with all speed, as was also you come road leading from ,Neither army shall be reinforced witb.in ; but f rmbr it was one or challenge me. This was a nice $

CIa a eaeraIaon. Gee. Twiggt promptly the .rocket and mountain bowitter battery, San Augustin t the cpitl and immeiate the same. Any reinforcements in. troops t'otber.-Erchange When I am in quandary, I always lo

ordered tome of hit caviar guns to be unlim. now commanded by Lient. Callender, of the 1 j this side the Pue Me. or> 100110n8 of war other than subsistencenov be Mrs. Partington's memory was about a reliable my watch. I w praJ half past tr.
shall
bered the Ai soon as they could jeans had thrown and exceedingly either army stop- Ha! this is Major soup
and after a few discharges enemy Ordnance Department. up a strong a bold son of Erin, who has volon-
.were dispersed,.with the loss of five or six kill. gain a position they opened upon tbe enemy, well built battery, commanding the road p ed a tbe distance of twenty-eight leagues teered a In the American Army to serve during a tho.Red Uon everyday sthaIL'padthree.Ilaidmyplan. .

ed, but lU demonstration made by tbe Meiiouui but were so much exposed to a fire (rem beaT. completely. On the right a you faced the frO the city of Mexico. detachment .from the war, .What's your beight.Pari" said .,
u I hare before said caused a halt of ier guas. that they were soon silenced. Lt city, stretching for a long dilaac1 was a cooinuous 5. Neither army, nor any the recruiting officer. S S .5 S .

aiL Worth's division before half a. day's Johnson, of the 1st Artillery, but attached toMa.9lldet'i ditch behind tbe 01 which an I it, shall advance beyond the line it a present your honor,I am either 10 feet 5 inches, I seated myself within ear-shot- of his favorite

B rch was made. battery, was mortally wounded, immense of Mexican infantry were occupies.. or Well 10 Inches." corner, and called for terrapins and I

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:11t"j ;;. ; \t!'"!\. I took--up the Weekly Chronicle. If a !t what' ker, most atrociously-singed and discolored.But / ing amend the choir probably !W hundredfeet soft roads in the dense .ba until the reaper TIE FLOEIDIANX.T? ] OU 0 C T- .

; l r ..'-: iLIF ; its fellow w ne forever! there is a rail between four fire feet bell-or, to draw u In by the side o Te York JT>TW o. at dte t y\

.. .* Cupid taken lodging among the- Khukcrt. Not the foliage-tho branches-Ihe trunks high and of proportionable thickness, composed one of the high ways, while the cavaliers pas "The mount of imports at this port ',"
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$ of silver and a small of brass. and down in reyiew/'or away half ITS .LOJE.' large, tad the amount of duties fc n
.; i t'V: e copyjthe following singular story from merely-the e r. were gone gold, alloy up prattle .tnt" the eMily ef pi ,
.' t4.t. the Daily Post : *A coterie of fine ladies rej" Had they only shorn-no matter how This is surmounted with silver statues for can a hour at the cch.windoW some renowned September 18 1847. efficient revenue for.tf pt le'
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I : ceived and encouraged the addresses of a company close to the skin-timo would have done his dIes In front of the altar is the choir, itlfa belle. Saturday men!."

I 4 ;.r. .. of fine, smooth-faced Americans. Presently work : they wouW have grown again. As it church, built of the rarest antique carving. But there can be nothing more delightful yea KEmcsKivTATiTcs raoM icon : This admission has been wrong frost t_

L 4 s' ""'"-j" / a party of Englishmen, with whiskers, was the Major was in the predicament of O. The altar, (placed upon a-nurble platform, elevating than a walk here during the early morning. B. F. Whitner I A. E. Maxwell of the Erprcubo lave heretofore been e
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a.- S*.t; !: cut ;io, and cut out Americans.. Before thello, after ho put the light out. it from the floor of the biding, and There is a freshness then in the air, a quiet L. O'B. Branch |I Patrick Smith., and bitter opponents of the Democratic ? 1t
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n i &; \ ) long, a party Frenchmen appeared: and sup. .He knew not where ,.a ttiit Promethean grcate covered with gold and silver ts can. and peacefulness that are found at no other tern,by the brilliant operation of th act iJ*.

{; (-'..=wt! planted tho Englishmen. Messieurs wore That Ctul their life rctnmine !** dlesticks/ and crosses,) is of wrought and pol. time of the day. The student comes with his 0CJ-: The communication of" One of the Committee Our readers have D forgotten th predictions. J!

[ :*i : \!J I mustaches After a time a party of Prussian I would b trifling to dwell on the com. ished silver ; and tho whole is suronte bya book ; the priest from his early mass; the ," in the tat Journal shall appear i i. our next. by the Whig party as to its results-soeh, g I

-..1.. "Ji; ;: appeared: they added the imperial l. to the expression of a man's face when one whisker aal temple, in which rests figure of nurse with her baby ; the sentimental miss, stance, a working ruin to the i
\ : of who the exclusive to sigh for her lover, (and perhaps to see him ) The Wllmot Proviso and the Editor of the manufacturing .
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taken off clean and the other Virgin enjoys
1 '. t ,. whiskers and the mustaches : and It is unnecessary & was Remeio ails of the country, by pouring upon them tfcj
7.. left but browned and like ri"bt of petticoats one embroider the to earn an appetite for his break. Ftorldlan.
had crisped afox' ; of
,1 ; to say that the Frenchmen to standing, dispptic foreign manufactures,and forcing their
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t., : .? ? j aland aside. By and by came a company o'r tail dipped in aqua fort is. Not to laugh ed with parls another witb'emerld" and a fat; the lounger, and even the laborer Some busy.bit from a design which we cannot from the market, all of ow #?

t Russians *o enveloped in whiskers, mustachcs was Uomau firmness. thin the value of which I am I stop for a moment beneath the refreshing fathom unless it be to injure the standing of this ations of the Government a by failing embarrassing to t OB* "

f I \\. o etc. that no ono could tell on which side Major Crowbar was a doomed nnn, and he credibly ilformed is not less than three millions shades, to take breath for the coming day. press in the community, hare taken the liberty of dent revenue to meet current pru H TV"*:

(:; it.44 .4;'4 1 of their heads their face was." This w"decisire. felt it. He said nothing. He walked! off the of ,''olars you wi recollect, is I It is almost druidical in the solemn stillness ofhs circulating the report that both the F.itor of the objection to the tariff was urged eiproditores.by Mr. ni
of church Mexico and placed in the midst of a population Floridian-and particularly the senoir editor-had C-Q
in than ho walked one one
*i iI1 > ; The Russians married the ladies! ; ground a worse pickle on only part groves his speech st the Court House in this ,
In mtmcntl improved but he was as dignified as ever. that one said not to be the riches! of two hundred thousand. Even the birds declared that they would vote for .a Wllmot Pronto city;a ,the fa
t\ F"\' -t.. A thought struck me. a it canvass of 1346. Of coarse both cf
Just He It this splendid mine of wealth are seem to have been massacred ; scared from man in preference to a Whig." When the report "rewV7
.4 on plan, }but said nothing. as never saw Dorothy more. was use Aroun' could not follow from the !
...1 I bad finished my this who should come in but my, less. She had loved him for his whiskers ha Indians, gaping with surprise orkneeljn the- plains they are here in a sanctuary, and first came to our ears, it excited no other sensationsthan cause if importations opntiol of t t !t*

4 ; friend Co!. and his whiskers were g'lnt! CASSIO.: ( <; to the figure of some favorite saint profane hand dares touch them. They have : those of contempt for :any one who could b break down our manufacturingbrought large. enough anoint to

i ,t, .., I Eh, waiter, make these terrapins for two -the misery of the man a painful contrast I consequently planted, as if by consent of each wilfully guilty of such wanton unfairness even to into the from nablihmnt*?.

: :t and double the port. Colonel, I am glad to: The City of Mexico. with the splendor of'the shrine. other, distinct colonies in different parts of the political opponents, and scorned to take any notice be revenue sufficient contr.to ar. there
I
The presence of the American army in the S S ; the owl, sitting on her branch, in one of it; but, learning that the story was being industriously defray the expenses of CoT
woo ernment but if there
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f .:I I'J ;4 COyOU.How' are you? bow are you ?' said the Mexican Capital, revives all that we have er Passing from the Cathedral door to the sutlJeastern place ; the doves, making love the business of circulated, and might, if not contradicted, ceipts.it;would be(rom the was a deficiency ja tbertl re

(f' -: Colonel, straining away at his left Ilo'c.- er re:d on that interesting subject. As by portion of the city, you reach the out. their lives in another ; the mocking birds do as serious injury application was made by the were too light, in which fact that the ipato

h : I Warm day, this! what's the news ?' far the most graphic, original, and edifying skirts, crossing in Jour way, the canals from I making a third pot a perfect choir I and innumerable senior editor,(whose name bas been principally used I tablishmenfs could Dot case th g n.

... I Umph nothing special. Nothing but a description of the city of Mexico we have read the lake. I have rarely seen such miserable sparrows and wrens, like so many in the report) to WM. G. BUROCSS E" who was' these predictions and b broken down B a

.: little scandal about one of your professional any where, we copy the following from Brantz suburbs ; they are filled with hovels lmilitb Paul Prys,chattering and pottering about with. given a authority in the matter, injurious happily dissipated the objections have been mt
.. fine book Mexico it andas burnt bricks oPen worn with an intrusive pertness through the dominions the in his by successful working cf
brethren,-:Major Crowbar. I hear be's in Mayer's on as was sun imputation Daile to counter answer to the Our tl
;; abaelway.' i is :" to the shape of holes in the mud, while on thee all the rest. senior editor's letter. We have no further comments mre. manufacturers are not bake .

1 (There was a slight noise in the corner!) was in the middle of XoemLcrut there art hern floors crawl, cook, live and multiply, For an hour or more, it is the custom to pass to make, but simply request our respective contemporaries neither are the receipts at the custom h
the "p
,. How ?' said the Colonel, How ?" was a Majr-mildncM in the atmosphere. The the wretched looking.population/ of LKPKROS. up and down the sides of the Paseo, nodding: to give the correspondence on the subject a pointing mOt sanguine Creod of .

4 lie lost his commission last night at brag.' sky was of the deep ultra-marine blue. pecu. Blacken a man in the sun ; let his hair and smiling at the cavaliers, who show off their place in their columns. The opponents of the moderate tariff are hert
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; ,.. (There was sudden rap onthe table in the liar lo ,If'arc regions. As I ranged my eye ;grow long and tanglrd, or become filled with horsemanship along the centre of the road. there, like the N. Y. Esprtti, making the "f u
( vermin :Jet him about the in all Hero the utmost luxury and style exhibited honorable, and we do not much despair
:, ; : corner, as of a man's knuckles : the waiter down street tom my balcony, the town ; plod streets arc FLORIDIAN OFFICE o stria*ttr

1: mistook it for a call, and said, Coming, sir !' was aiive with a teeming population ; the kinds of dirt for years, and never know the I in the equipment of carriage and ani. TALLAHASSEE, S'tembr 17, iSIl.Was. neighbor of the Sentinel confessing his error tonerence /.

.' I You don't it !' continued the Col. windows of the house stoo open ; fair women use of brush or towe. or water even, except mals. Cold embroidery, sylver plating, and G. BURGESS, Esq., to it.

4 'If,, I Matter of fact say, I assure : and) that isn't strolled home from ma's ; old monks shufiled in storms ; let hm put oij a pair of leather every ornament that can acid splendor to harness for Dear Sir:-I learn a report has been in circulation I The able correspondent of the Union,' Prtlli.'
I I you crowded robes the butcher breeches and and forth. To suchan a week or ten days past, through this county, on furnishes the editors of that
the table along in I heir ; at twenly, wear them forty, livery arc brought paper with
tho worst of it. A gentleman at eamo unli your authority that I had said I would sooner vote rrrpt
p his ass with its erpatetic stall without change ablution and all extent is the taste for these exhibitions carried at the New York custom house the
:: lost his purse in a very mysterious way urged along | or ; over for a Wilmot proviso mar than for a whig. It has Co lltlo
: and it is whispered that soma people could hting around with various meats ; freshly-. placn a torn and blackened hal, and a (altered that one oftbe millionares Mexico ap. ben circulated here, and was also, I understand, reported July and August of the present year and comparts

I tell where it went.' leaved flowers and trees in the court yards of blanket bfgrimed wilh abominations ; let pears occasionally at the Passeo, on a saddle in Quincy, giving you a* anthority therefor., : them with the receipts in former years begintin*

.....: : (The noise in iho corner rather increased which I caught' glimpses through the opened him have wild tt, and shining teeth, and: which (without counting the value of the rest As I am .atift I never the did or could has been have industriously 5 expressed I with IMu- follows:
report
I 0 than diminished !) portals ; ali!,in the 'balconies/ lounged the early features pinched by 'famine into sharpness ;- of his caparison,) cost the sum of five thousand utcnde myself;throughout a the whole Mi-ldle Di.- 1911. 145. 1SIG. lS4i

a You astonish mo !'exclaimed the Colonel. I risers, enjoying a cigar after their cup of breasts bared :1;I brown, and (if 'females,) dollars. It was the chief d'ccuvre of an trict my prejudice a well a my friend July S2.1SI.94D 1, 07.79.1 $1,631.652 SWGSJJi

F Between ourselves Colonel, it docs not chocolate. I vas a I lively and beautiful scene with two or three miniatures of (ho same honest German soldier, who nude it, and re. you will do me the favor to give me a August 3,083,332. 2.i59,77 2,193,701 3 00jOOO

'. f ,. astonish me. I know a little ofthat man's his. worthy of the pencil of that master: painter of species trotting after her, and another certain. tired from trade to his beloved father land." the the circumstances I wish and it for the conversation in you had both on Total S,2G7,30l- -*, 3,535,333- 3,303,335-
publication
., .. tor)'.' : cities-Cannaletli/ who would have delighted ly strapped to her back ; combine all ihese" in On approaching this charming drive, the to you!subject.and to myself. I have no recollection justice of ever These figures.are.the 1,7 strongest, .bick

a Why,my gdod sir,you do very much aston. in the remakle! transparency and purity of your imaginationand }ou have a recipe bra whole plain of the valley of Mexico is at once having any conversation with you on the subject,and can b presented to silence all opposition.alb
"4 the atmophere, through which the distant Mexican revealed to without sub entertaining entirely different opinions from those
ish me. I thought he was to marry your cous his lepero. you, poising a dirty Another correspondent supplies a table of tbe .
4 ":. .In.' some twenty miles! off seemed but a at There, on the canals. around the markets urb. On your right, is the cypress coveredand somewhere.imputed to me, I am satisfied there is a great mistake of produce from the commencement of receipts
Very
.. '.. I He marry my cousin, the Algerine ras. t the end of the street and Pt'LUNK: shops the Indians and thc miserable castle crowned hill of Chapullepec, formerly Your respectfully obedient servant. to the 31st of inclusive navigation
the
cal I should liko to catch him making such The plan of the city Mexico is preciselythat outcasts hang all day long ; feeding on the site, i is alleged, of one of Monte. SAM. S. SIBLEY. leaN 1S-I5 ((139 days) Auga< (133 days)and during

... 1 a proposition I' of a chef'Jer.llarr, with a greater variety fragments quarrelling: drinking, stealing and zuma's palaces ; before you and behind,stretch I days.) These receipts 1S/afford like 1$47(123(

'. (Just here, there was a thundering crash of sq-iaics. Straight streets cross each oth. lying drunk about the pavements their two immense aqueducts-the one coming from TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 17, 1847. I idea of t the immense something of a adequate
1S15,and
.. in the aforesaid corner I believe e\"eryatom er at right angles! and at regular intervals. children crying with hunger around dJ m.- the hills, the other from a. greater distance, Cot SA t'L. S. SIB LET, I of crops 0 th
: ", Sir.Your 'favor of this capacity our country to the world
witi
morning casjusf supply
-, ofcrockery was dashed to pieces I raised The honors' are painted with gay colors-light At night they link oi lo these suburbs and coil near Tacubaya, and screening thatia e as it to me. At your request I now inform jou hande produce. ..

-' ; my voice.) blue> fawn and green interspersed wih: a pure themselves up on damp ll-iors of their lairs, leans against the first slopes \Vester was taken by surprise on Saturday last, tba jcu IMS. 1S4G.

o'I: Colonel -, if that mustached puppy white, that remains long unstained in the dry to sleep ofT the effects of liquor, and} to awaketo mountains.: On your left tower\"olcanos called on me to know whether yon had ever said to Canal open April I5th. April 16lh., May 1W7.1.

a should! mention such a things; I'd challenge atmosphere.The another day of rnUery and crime. Ii it on whose summits the last rosy rays of sunset me that you would sooner" vote for a Wilmot Proviso Flour, bbl*. 1/JJ9,3-18 1,539,057 2.397,507

i him !I' view of all these from the elevated wonderful, in a city with an immense propor, are resting. subject ma., to than the best Whig.of my All recollection that I ever, was sid when on the I Wheat bu!h. 259,03 S47.6S6 2 33599

-' The Colonel fairly rolled his eyes in won- tower of the Cathedral, (to which I soon repaired tion of its inhabitants of such a class, (hopeless The gay throng disperses as the moon rises was at James Island a few weeks ince,and was saidat Corn.Barley. ." 15,639 1,017.763 4VH4W3

0 der. changed the subject. Enough,thought after my arrival in the capital,) presents in the present and future) that there arc from behind the mountains, pouring a flood the' house of Mr. Joseph Chairrs, and either to Beef, bbls. 23.2 42,221 9 173,210 35,302 309.2&23, W*

... I, is as good as a feaet. a nviss: ot'doms, steeples, and flat-roofed murderer and robbers ? of clear light, bright as the day in other lands R. J. Floyd, Esq., or to Capt. Joshua Bvrd, and I Pork, 33,513 68,309 09,332

I was hardly seated in my arm chair, when dwellings, !frequently/ covered I like hanging over the tranquil landscape.The sid certainly house never; and expected that which it to I go did beyond, was the not walls said ol Ashes. 51.044- 39,761 23.438

the following note was placed before me : gardens with 10wer and foliage. Beyond In the Indian population which pours into I moonlight of Mexico is marvellously with a view to electioneering for or say against any one, Lard Butter, Ib 1* 3 1,935,500,13.40 4.'U': 5.363,592

'Sin : I acorn to reply to your scurrilous a. the gates, ("},ih you would scarcely think the Capitol from the lakes, I must say that t beautiful. That city, you remember, is 7,500 or for the purpose of injuring any one. It, therefore Cheese, 4,165,100 3.UO.SO 4.7.O. ,
bounded a population of 20,000,) the vast there is / worth and ,does surprise me much indtj that any expression .0,6
}busc by a superfluous word. Name )'ourown plain apparently more character. feet above (he sea, and nearly that number offeet of Wol" 5,011,700 : 7,089,305
.' stretches out on side of the mountains You them about in the an opinion made by me to a friend, and at Bacon, 614,000 ,,,, 3,01
see lolling boats 3,530
.
time, place, weapons ; and take the first shot every on closer to the stars than we are ; the atmosphere the house of a friend, should circulated with a ,
l.; at A. CKowB n.' traversed in some places by long lines of aqueducts the canal, _and passing and re.passing in theircanoes \I consequently is rarified, and the view toeither> of the above purposes b,and particularly These are but a portion of the immense receipts

This what I wanted. sweeping to the city from the hills, and plying between the city and Chalco I light comes, a it were, pure and pellucid from I by persons with whom I had no conversation,to the from the great West,but they conclusively) show tit
was just!
.. : on the other with lakes, cultivation, and beau and Tczcoco. It is a beautiful sight} to be.. Heaven ; you seem able to touch the stars,so, best of my recollection, while at the island, either importance of a market abroad for our surplus
brief informal and I p'
My reply was equally tiful until the distant view is closed hold theso vessels skim like on politics, eletions. or Toting. But I did have aconyerslion
pointed : groves by tiny floating gardens brilliantly near do they stand! out relieved against either with R. J. Flojd Esq. or Capt. ducts. The European demand caused a advance of

4 Major Crowbar's) is accepted. the volcanoes whose snows rest against the to the quays in the morning, loaded to, the back ground of an intensely blue! Joshua Byrd,o:the subject of the" Wilmot Prois." $-1 antI $5 per barrel for flour, hut the moment that

P % ": He will do me the favor proposition to be at Collins';I blc sky, uncovered at this season by a single the water's edge with the fruit flowers and sky. Strolling such nights Mexico, when I I the acquirement of territory from Mexico,the Benton demand ceases, flour falls back again to its old posi
.. .. cloud. vegetables that hide the skiffthat bears them. Letter, and the Madison Convention. The latter
I the
lines tion.
: Heath to-morrow sun.rise without saw sharp of the tower and templecome Despise a foreign market a much a we will
at ; weapons I was in favor of, views I had
Below i is the of the Plaza The old houses a embracing long entertained -
in this
.. 0 great ; a neighborhood, rising boldly out with and color that it An idea
t. as they will he furnished on the-ground.'' s'lare shape even ,,, and a anticipating results which I have we sec regulates our own. maybe
. I 0'" I happened to know that the only large paved: area, on the north by the out of the canals, the sluggish waters, and the almost as bright, yet softer than at noon-day, long expected will one day come, unless in time formed of the importance of that market when it is
.
I .
I weapons rmnprlnil : on tbe -> l.y the >r.I.f.1 I T'81.| dark multitude of the better clas'e. In fanciful I have often been warded off" And while this I
t { with which the Major was wholly unaccquamtcd : tempted to say that themoonlight on subject gave i stated that estimates have been made that taiityeight -
= ace, (the residence of the President the dresses ab.t
remind
to
) one of Venice. opinion that there
Democrats
; strongly my were many at the
M home much it is the millions of bushels of
: was a long rifle. you got ( as grain were sent from
:
south of which, again, are the Museum, anda the canal, and to the South, who would vote for a Democratic WilmotProviso
. I bore the Major no malice. A puppy he edifice Skirting leading plain theme of poets and lovers) is but second-hand I man,in preference to a Whig,,and in namingsome the United States to Creat Britain from the first of
stone built which
recently in tasteful style adjoins the Chenampas, or former float
certainly was ; and, at my risk, 1 was deter. for stuf compared wilh that of Mexico. who I thought would so vote, I named you.- September 1S13. to the early part of the month
market. The
a corner stone of this was ing gardens, is the Pasco de la o
mined to oppose his manning cousin. But Viga, a pub. And so with tho climates. Between the My reasons for coming to such a conclusion have already last Augnst-worth, at a fair avenge, about
e my laid aft!> I arrived in Mexico and before lie drive 1v
r I frequented by the beau mondo both been given I will further state,
you
.
S I had weasel-like for his blooJ.- sea.shore at Vera Cruz and the pr.naly. millions What would
..' .: no longing left the volcanoes,, that I had fire of d.l l. we
building was nearly completed. Until in coach and on horse back, during the never with you, or any
season
If it could be so, I would much rather not shed that timo the fruits, flowers and vegetables, of Lent. Scarcely an afternooon whoso eternal snows hang over Mexico, you I other person who I named on the subject ol' the done, then, in the face of the abundant crops of
it. But he must not marry my cousin and of the passes, at have every climate in the world. Wilmot Proviso previous to my conversation with 19JG,but for the famine in Ireland? What would
most ncessrie. of the table had that period of the that the observer will .
The morning was chilly even for March.- year In the you on Saturday last ; and therefore could not have the farmers have realised for We
been sold thai in shambles find the Valley there is a perpetual spring. theirrouct
0 on spot and booths not canal covered with gay boatloadsof heard you, or any of them, express your or their :
,- The sun had just risen ; cloudless indeed, but built of bamboos and reds sheltered from Indians passing homeward from market, For six months in the ear (the winter months opinion on the subject. could not have consumed a fourth of the crop,aid

.,,. the atmosphere was filled with a half-frozen I the rain and sun by thatched roofs dancing, singing, laughing strumming the guitar as they are caled) rain never falls ; during I am, respectfully without a foreign demand the balance must have

.;, vapor that attached itself like hoar.frost to our Not the least curious among the multitude and crowntd with wreathes and poppies.I the other showers occur almost Your obedient servant, rote on our bands.. I is s o every species of produce

'( ". clothes, and gave to every mortal man of us( with which the side.walk is generally throng. I do not know the origin of the custom of wearing daily. It is never hot-never very cool, and W. CAITHER nURGE..eferol in our country-it is eminently s of cotton.

": the appearance ofhavingjust emerged from a ed, arc about a dozen evangelist," or let- the forgetful flower, but it is both a healthier you may wear your cloak or your summer dress County. We raise annually some 2O."ae and of Ibis

: t :''0. snow-drit I shall never forget the Major'sfigure S ter-wrifers" whose post is always on the curb. and more poetic oblivion than that re. the whole year, according to the temper o"your The Democrats in old Jefferson-the "wheel- I there are 5.Xy home con.
His mustaches and whiskers
seemed I
stones of ihe eastern front of the Parian. A sorted to by many folks in other lands, after a nervous system. One side of the streetis horse of Democracy"-have nominated for the Senate sumption. a foreign iBwef, we might a

arranged on purpose to gather up this imitation huge jug of ink is placed beside them, a board day of toil.Turning. :always to warm at noon. Cold and sleeting i Judge JOHN M. SMITH, a gentleman of education well cease planting altogether, and it is idle and ruinous -
snow, and it was so piled over his visage as it is here in the already to talk about National and self-
'. rests across their knees, a pile of different once more westward, we again January, roses arc and eminently qualified for the high and responsible independence
.. .. '..;; that nothing was visible save bis falcon eyes colored paper, (most of which is either cut reach the great blooming freshly in the gardens of Mex office of State Senator ; and for the representative supply. S long a we are an agricultural people

.,. p. and the plentiful puffs of fog into which tb Valentine fashion, or flourished over and a. Tho departure square.of the President from the ico. Nor is there perceptible change of fOe branch, Col. E. E. BLACKBCRX. THOMAS we most have the.world for a market,and no restric
tI
keen air converted his breath. domed with pen and ink ornaments: ,) is placedon Palace has attracted a crowd. The adjoining liage on the forest tree ; the new leaves push Ross, Esq., and Maj. JOSHUA TAYLOR. These latter tions. The people of this country, after what has

:, :(. He His manner was dignified to a fraction.- it, and on a fctool before him, sits some dis.consolate market ever filled with people, pours forth its off the old ones with a "gentle force," and gentlemen are all intelligent planters, and coming been witnessed in the last few months will "

evidently thoughtofnothing but the pleas. daml or heart-broken lover, pour. multitudes in the square. the regeneration of the season is effected with. up to the Legislature fresh from among the people consent to any thing else. S an article on bra J

.. taker.urn submitting He me to the care of an under. ing out a passion which (the scribe puts in becoming Amid the throng treads onwards, with step out the process of fading, willing, witheringand they will know their wants and wishes, and beprepared :subject from the N. Y. Journal of Commerce in
; But he nevertheless i
was ( was
I ferocious fiet. phraseology. It is am important trade ; : majestic, the queenly Spanish woman ; by her dying, which makes with us the molan to discharge their duties to their constituents another column. j

.'. When ho saw'thc and more money is made in Mexico by this i side is a friar, and hard by a couple of priests choly"days of autumn 6 the saddest of the and t the State with honest impartiality.The ;
ground .
.: mrared-thirty proxy.making love, than perhaps where in their black year. of the Cotton Cop Statistics.The
': paces-ho smiled in derision. any graceful cloaks and shovel hats. proceedings meeting which nominated
.5 'I 4 Umph !' said he a downright have t to else. You can have a "declaration" for one In the shadow of a pillar of the Portales To look at the external world, you would these gentlemen, will b found in another column. following table of tbe growth,bloom, ftc.,e

l learn some people )"e rial ; a scolding letter for medio ; and an up. i sneaks a miserable looking wretch, wrappedin say there vas no such thing a death in Mex the cotton crop for the last ten years past, may b
that CrowJbar's shots his best
B; .' shots !I' long are t braiding epistle, full daggers,jealousy, love, I his tattered blanket-a lepero beggar ico. The rose and the leaf you admire to.ay, fan County.-We learn from the Ocala.Irgut useful to most of our readers for reference and comparison

and tenderness (leaving the unforunate re. Ihief, a the occasion oflers ; and porter he takes arc re-placed to-morrow, by fresh buds and i that Gn. JOHN SCOTT has been nominated by a :
other when
4 ; be Buthelaughedoutoitho corer cipient in a very distracted stale of mind,)- the advantage of the latter employment in this renewed verdure. Whig Convention of Marion County a a candidate Year. Dale of l/om Killing Frost. Crop*
d saw my two long rifles This was unkind. dono for the lower house of the His 1S36. June 14.
upon azure besprinkled with hearts moment excitement 1.
competitor Ot.
paper Lgillture. .
i to ease an unsuspicious : 9.9
i He had no possible notion of any thing but a and doves, for the ridiculous price of of his handkerchief of is Col. WM. H. HICKMAN, democrat. 1937. May 23. 27. J..7
S "0 pistol. But it was vain to protest. I was the five twenty stranger Origin Enlan's JYaW De.Te 183. June 1. Ot. 7. ,
cnt. A tinkle of a bell at the door of the Cathe existing debt a most Alachua) 7.
ng Louis May
County.- is the 2-
: : party challenged. I the uudoudted right L ftt cmmenc ment .oLRrC. Esq., ISU. 2.7,3
t ba West of Parian, and around the southern dral and roll viz June Oct. 1 G.
to selection. a1 sacristy a of drum calling out : an agreement to pay a of I. democratic candidate for from this 150. 6
my and western sides of Plaza, or those the guard of honor the At that time there tf rtpre.enhtve June Oct. 20.
at Palace was a t.
portions give County. Mr. A. 1,1
: The seconds began to load the pieces. I Iwatched I of gale paper money was a highly efficient member of 1842. May Oct.27.
it which
.. them as a cat watches a mouse. The arc not directly occupied by warning of a change of scene. issued by goldsmith's a a "receipt for coin" the last Lgislture. The Jacksonville. 'cws June 2.. NOT.IS. 2,19,46
the 183.
.i Major's friend chose a ball that was absoluteJy Cathedral and National Palace, run the Slowly issues a gayly.painfed coach wilh lodged with them on deposit. Charles,always there will b no opposition to his re-election.think J8Jay3t.. Oct. 29. 2,416,443 2.0-0
arched Portales, similar to the arcades of Bo glass windows on all sides drawn in a strait for and surrounded Nov. 3.
.. I perfect. I envied the Major the luxury of by sported money, by pros. 185. 1a13. 2,10.0
These .
S. logna. are with gay ped- mules ; a priest in his itutos and Southern Presbyterian." Nov. 1. -
:a :f firing that ball. fled ahops vestments sits within ; a mot profligate set of men, was

_::4: As Colonel- adjusting my bullet, I }n cafes old toys, vender a band) of boys walk on each side, chaunling a unable to borrow-his credit was gone. He, This is the title of a Religious paper published in The European Failure*.-The N Y. Herald bas

".. remarked that it flaw email I bookstalls, cutlets, curiosities, hymn ; and in a moment a death-like stillness therefore, with his worthy contni.vet Milledgeville, Ga., at $3 per annum in lnu-
a ; a very codjutors ( list of failures in London Liverpool
ba hunters following reported
&, flaw 'tis true but a flaw. antiquities, (veritable and doubtful,) pervades the whole! square. From the to create a panic, during induced the first three numbers of which we have received.
and the Continent, and which it is tbo'twill
.
sti and the
"';:l'I Colonel,' sid excuse me that ball is usual crowd of loungers and quidnuncs. tradesman, selling his tapes under tho Portales goldsmiths and merchants to lodge their mo- It is edited by the Rev. WASHINGTON BAIRP and on
; Here the be to draw down with them -
last likely t mercantile
;: : a bad one.' revolution or the probability ofa to the thief who has barely time to conceal *iey (664,263)) in the exchequer for security. is devoted, a its name imports, to the interests of some
houses in America
:i : And in a inkling, I popped into the rifle a new one, it in continual discussion by knots the handkerchief; his dirty blanket, the whole As soon as this was done, he abstracted tho the Presbyterian Church. Thus far, however, we :

L?!: ballofmyown preparation. It contained dry ofJlen.hove stairs, in some of the dwel.lngs crowd is uncovered and knerlnf; the Host money and spent it in his revels. This sum, I observe nothing sectarian, it.and we cordially recommend Giles, Son St. Co., Lndon. 700.000

." ':: ., powder in the centre, and was bound up, tight arc gambling houses, a formerly in tho is passing the house of some dying Catholic bearing 0 per cent. interest, commenced that it to the patronage of all denominations of Charles Leslie, Alexander Douglass &Son.,, do.. 40P

..".;:i and hard, with wet powder and tow. An odd PI1ais Royal, wilh which the scene hero presented The carriage turns a corner and the square Fngli debt which is now 800,000,000. I Christians, and especially of the Pretty teriarw? Coventry Sheppard&, do .
,
,b .' thing to encounter that beautiful ball of theMajor's dor. dos not,of course, vie in tase or splen is alive again ; the tradesman to sell the lep- The people of England have paid interest on $>- DC: Bow's Commercial Rnino, the Sontn King, Mervil &. Co., (It. 2a 2.
of
'. ero, to steal, and the lesson the Edward Robinscn, do.
:. J I-but shall ofdeath is forgot. money Charles stole and to his women
; you see. ten forever. g4'e j and West, for September, being the first number of Fnzer, Neilson Co., -
I '(' 1'j In !ring situations it is a great thing for Descending from the tower of the Cathe. 40,000 per annum for 181 years, ma.king'J1,240,000 the 4th Volume, i i. received, and is filled as usual Perrin & Co., Liverpool& do -
westward .
.::t, one to one's man. I knew (the Major. dral! let enter the of Turning from the square we or 832,000,000, and the with valuable statistical and other information. Sampson &. Co., Stockton-on-Tves, -
us tho sacred reach
edifice. ALMEDA
-b., '; 4 I knew that he was a brave man, but no shot : d.lr by a very short walk through no nearer exlincuished than before. is- I J. M. Frazer &. Co., Antwerp 65,000
inestimable work, and should be
the an the ,
t ( handsof
; with a rifle-and he knew it too I Calo PJateros, a street filled with the I Gradually increasing during the 18th century, in Cropp &Marchand, Hamburg.-
.-;'j.: saw him cowed before. never Its floor is of loose disjointed boars filled shops gold-smiths, watchmakers, Frenchcarvers (he debt arose to 203,463,034 in 1793. In eYrl one who feels any interest in the agricul The amount of the liabilities of these houses it i

,. 9 .: At the word, we to and with dirt and filth-the covering many and gilders, and French print-sellers ; the following 22.years, which is the estimatefor I ( and trade of the South and Vest.- said, cannot b less than: eleven million of dolan
walke our posts dead who lie beneath. and Important improvements will be made in :
.. S were to fire mouldering But with we pass on our way the rich Convent of the lifo of a generation, it was increased the present

4 t .; one-tol-three-wbie-my five.second counted, ibis all meanneuends ; and whether wo con.template tho Proffessor ex Jesuits-and the more splcn 540.000,000 I Suppose generation volume. Subscription price $:per annum in ad- 03-We find in the Jacksonville .Vnrjol the 10th
the dimensions of (he edifice the did one of the bluc-robed every vance. inst. the annexed banter:
_4 e 4 One !I' was hardly pronounced when or Monks of St. Fran should borrow a like sum, who would pay ?- .
my minions that have been its decoration cis. The( Alameda Chat .-Scmr ardent and ambitious
i is
spent .f
upon beautiful Mr.
a of Surely Pitt and his
its generation had RiJ'Ss of Cotton at
music. I watched the track oft grove no exclusive .ipa/a hkola.-The total learned that
rife gave the ot this place, having
mind is lost in forest men
wonder. .
It is impossible trees young
planted about
!; and fire of my tow bullet-it lodged in on ten acres of sol right to borrow. Of 30 generations i number of bales of cotton received at the port of Tallahassee plumes itsell among other tbinw for Us
for
d : me to describe the whole of this and luxuriant soil. Tho wood, which is which have from the Norman the field
:, the very midst of the right passed away Apalachicola (or the year commencing 1st September good cbeM.plaJer. are dtir.U to take
\4 it blazed-it blew up-he 3Jjor' whiser-! bujlding to you-a book would not suffice for led and protected by gates closed every even. conquest down to the French war, each one 1S46, and ending 1st with their Middle Florida brethren, and rrque5t.U'
September
two fred-he felthe the immense and minute detail with which its ing 8 the bells toll for Oracion, is intersect had as much right to borrow that of Mr. 18,1. W to challenge them to that effect. ConJnmJiealicBSon I!
;
: 108,476,
explosions and against bale ,
the
wep simulaneou walls and altars a 10.01 I previous ) the t be addressed to C. W. r.E.
arc ed with walks and surrounded Pitt 'tar- subject mu DWD'
1t. what little he had of enlirl,10t.* In order emblshe by a carriageroad. and nearly every one had as much necessity. Total amount exported lot the present including at We believe alittle sm
r The am8 to atord you idea of the }'ouItain. fling up their waters where Suppose they bad done where year J.ekonyie. in and we nope
4 Major was&* sid, a bravo roan ;_ wealth of the so 988 bales on hand 1st September.1846,108,566 this place
and when be found be really was not dead generally-and,passing the paths cross other, and the 'ground would have been his ability to borrow ? The bt. Amount on hand ) the challenge will be accepted. Our TsllahiS'friends.
tat orer plate-glass and chryttal silver beneath the full tree is filled that have Spt. 1,1847,373 banTh are widely for their rtill in nik.Umoves.
frames grown with flow generations since the rami
: : be soon rallied, and his feet. passed away
i upon and receipts were bales less than during the which sometimes of a pO1atICcharacter -'
242 are
gilding and
carving enough (to era
an shrubbery. contraction of the
lamp The foun. debt have
j1! But, to a bravo roan, honor is dearer than great centre quietly sbmite year ending 1st September, 1843. and an opportunity th.
blaze wi b .or1
.! life:; and to tho Major, his whiskers were metropoliiaiichurch with splendor lain is surmounted by a gilded figure of Liberty to pay its interest, but the one now bing i them of shining in another .
I
; 1 : dearer than honor itself I IHiiwbl.kcrsdidl.ay will only mention one bjfct in the an gilded lions spout forth the water at bas J begun strongly to question.both his right Governor Dorr not Dead.- whichwas

I r ? Alack! He body of the building. ; the altar acces. its This, .and the other smaller jets in to borrow at all, the justice of the debts ho did publ.be recently, and Theatement. way fJOSome: evil-disposed person went ,on hosed, t*'

: whiskers! He had a part of ha, lories..The. pleasanter and more secluded nok.are circled contract, and the equity continuing to pay. into our columns, in reference to the death of Gov. British steamer "Guadelqaiver."while lying qoledY I

TL .b o Cathedral) occupies a spaco of 500 feet with atone seats. It is to When this matter comes once to seriously Dais, to have been unfounded. The Boston in her berth i New York harbor,iwi set her OB ar

: by 420 front.! Tbe main altar Is not erected come hero in carriages and on horse-back eVe discussed, the deah.knel of the funding b sys Post aPrer states that GOT.. D. ii now at the residence in open day. The flame were not"Mwd until tt.

,, I As th' novelists saj, this look "ta in much against tbe wall but near the centre of the ery evening, (except during Lent,) and lo temmay bo considerd as b of his father in Providence, Island, and improving cabin was nearly destroyed A negro was arrelt
-s .. tel time than i i. occupied in the dcicription.a edifice, beneath the dome. From this extend- drive round and round the enclosure, on I ho ocratic Review. ing.truck.-Den. !in health. Roe on suspicion of having perpefral the daring a'>



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-=" Good their Promises.fftbster Though not classed amonetbe"; Whig press; THE TARIFF AND FREE TRADE.The impr auortea to give NE BOOK Leon Mole and Female Academy ; -P Pp

n.peor1e of the South will Dot forgt't that Mr we nevertheless tike pleasure in republishing tbe, Journal of Commerce, which of .non an mea.wer TS ni e per Brig Eiz rm New York, TALLAHASSEE. FLOSIDA. J

declared in the Senate of the United States foUoinr instance of generosity, which we find i in knows better, ba fifty times held up in the war and '13, in the ac. a foloin new works: .

jorinf tie debate on the tariff <* 184C that the one our echang. Ne we say that it is .'wo prices under the present tariffas the Detrit Chrysaler'i Farm and Chat Preot' of of Mexico 3 volume.. TiE ex feises of Ibis ioil tio wi b resumed I ;
the first Octc ber.Rev. .
until the art ot thy of theLocofoco in Per. n >
content political Monay
would be experiments
wkif P rtJ neTer on ah North West Territory, AIL., of lh. 4,
I94i was restored. He said that the cry of repeairoold -GEORGE J. J. BARBER, E is the whole What will the Journal of Cm lote on Prable. Male .NEIL Principal I

be raised and continued until their object was hnre and liberal-minded who some time that famine,the great ally Weather.-The atmosphere of our city Lardoer's volumes, Shl A. NEIL, Principal of the '"tmale i
since presented the editor of the Cortland Wii and baleful. Howitt's Homes of the Poets School. S ,
idle declaration o( that Sen. withdrawn its from the cause ? was most pestilential two vIIIc.
This support
effected. was no with new of .
a set types forhiapaper. Afl'r repea the whole cold bitter The Orations of Horace by Head, The Principals have associated with (them
"after-dinner .peeeh"-no dying groan of ed solicitations from the Whigs of the (Whig.) day a killing
ator-no C"rtand. ro i Joa Washington and his by Headly 2 voN Mr. JOHN B. GALBRAITH
protection. It met with a hearty response from other itor has,without Mr. B.s consent, given I say the whole operation w over the city, and sent the needs of: Men, Women and Eonk.by}Leigh Hunt)2 vols.Tupper's Col. JOHN B. DECORCE .i.lanl tie Tracher.French j'

distinguished whip in that body-st least implied the public. Now that it is known we hope the utterly fallacious is the high and death into many an unacclimated .. Philosophy, Language, and ( .

if not and judging from the tone of many Whig press will pass it round a* worthy of 'ever trine, that the foreign market rorour J mournful day it W indeed !- Life of Mrs. Godolphin, Mrs. H. H. BROWN Teacher of Afo.ie.i f I
expressed; lasting rt'mt'mbrnC'e.Syrnu Joal. clouds which hun the Lempriere' Classical: Dicional. In these School will be taught the usual branch,
the confidence of that party Ax., is of little because over city j
in
of (he papers high; consequence( Anthon's of a Clascal. Mathematical.ami _
Deed with the ympany of those' in the South who Goes for Democratic principle*.-The St. Luis mount exported is but a pittance appropriate canopy for such scenes Cooper's Virgil. In the Female School Ltin.French English, euation.l.i

are looked upon as the exponents of whig views among Union says"Col. the amount consumed at home.' horror and death as met us at every Pla>fair's Euclid, will be considered extra charge cf the respec( .

us. What mean the labored efforts hich are McClung of Mil. ilsirpi."oho is running heresy in political economy has been did no know there were so many Anthon's Annaba! live teacher. ; I

law is for Congress in 'one of the districts in that State,has ed to the winds the experiment of in the city as we met in a short walk Rowan's French Reader.Zumpt's Should the number of pupils increase sufficiently
show that the present not working by
i&adeJA taken his position in favor ot democratic measure. walking from office to the Latin Grammar, to justify it, further competent additional assistance .
what its fiSends predicted of it* few months. body knows our Andrew's and Stoddard Latin Grammar will
for toe country operation He has heretofore with the whigs, and altho E'rer b proure. 1 4
if this i il not to ? They concede nothing he has not ( actP that party he repudiates crops last year were immensely large, we encountered no less Surenne's French Pronouncing Dictionary .c., I neual.Tallahassee .
their whole renounce without demand could funerals proceeding on their melan. Greek Testament. September I 1M7. Ut
beneficial u to lsl'ffects. while on the other ham, pl v. a foreign ,four 1
The most mournful of these Miniature Lexicon,
they always claimed and do still claim for the tarif I ruled higher than 84 or Iti a barrel. part Scott's Infantry Tactics, three volumes Reports of the
L.
Mayor of C"arlr.'oThe Hon. T. tncl- and scenes is the absence of or the few Supreme .
instead of 89 Cou
that went to
results. This inconiitency up The Sacred
the
of IS42 most extravagant INSON the late incumbent, has been elected Mayorof i Harp, 1 and 2, completing vol. I, '
Solitary,or with NOS. ar .
What caused it ? The demand from mourers. sare. The Odeon, Mercer's Cluster rn'
i is understood. It is to thatif
easy enough see be had at the Book Store of P. A. .
Charleston Genera Hay.ward
after a spirited contest t, over than the of faith ZSon's mlY
And what has caused decline companionship some Baptist Harmony, Songster.
a
now
and the
under the of at Floridian Office. These
the country was operation Reports ar a
the act of 1842, and prosperous its friends contended that this J. SINIUtLE The vote stood, Hutchinson 11C2 than 83 a barrel T The prospect of good Afflicted relatives and friend, these LAW BOOKS: 0 for the years IMft and *7. and form a volume ..f near. I .

Schnierle 927. on the other side. The despised hears slowly roll along} to the vari Holcomb Leading Cases upon Commercial LSrith'.1ercantile .Vrfl octavo pages." PiC'e. $3 50 per :...-* prosperity was mainly :attributable to that measure
,' scarcely regarded by the Law. St'prmbr 1. 1 S "
ket then is the regulator of our
and urged this as :a reason why i it should not he distarbed QCIXCT, 13th Spt. 15-7. I
drives flour to 89t or lets it who are to much engrossed in the NOVELS:
SIBLET &. Dna our up Just
-as they did do-then if the country is moreroPerous I.r. : half that Even the foreign attendance of the sick to attend to St. Giles and St. James, complete.The Received
now
Gentlemen -In last week's "Sentinel" there i is rte. PER
under a different revenue Pjstem that : Y. O. Delia 3. Monk's Revenge, A.\"V ELf. I
Sept.
keeps the home price $1 or $I$ higher -
article the first fruit of series, OUNCES -
that prosperity should alo be attributed to the operation an a i appears Piqnillo Alliaga, Iflfi QUININE,
from the pen of a witty correspondent, one it otherwise would be.n' Russell by James, JLULf 50 German Leeches.Swayne's .
of that different teni. This is very Candidafr.c.-The New
revenue for
s}! comfort
'e contended ( The Inheritance 2 Syrup of Wild t
have
or Cherry.
never ,
parts
plain-and to claim results from one measure wl.ich. .Cheek! Doubtless you ha\'e read this preludeto that the late prices of Courier of the 23th nil., gives notice Joseph Rnshbrook, Wo! Leighton, Also a few choice Regalia SEGARS, Washington -

it continued is denied to another is palpable dis the swelling act" with feelings commingled with extravagent charge for advertising a canddate: Cieavland. Tancrtd.The :and Minerva Brands. LEWIS

honesty. Yet such is the case, and hence the misrepresentations sorrow and disappointment,that the writer of such a were excush.ely the result" of the new until the 1st Mouday in Novem Knight of Gwynne, 2 vols ptf'mbr II, IS47. 8 k AIE
[fwe fitly times, as the ,' ofce Ellen Munroe 2 vwlnines,
the high tariffites are in the constant morccau of newspaper epistolary correspondence had< ; and for communication in fa For )

practice of malting and the reluctance they manifesto not made the Floridian the promulger G his lucubration paper imples it can doubtless quote a candidate, 81 for every twelve lines The Dombey and of Daughter, Kitty's Relations, Rent
youth
have said, and repeat Shaklpare. SORE now R. B. It D. W.
like the of "Junius THE (
*. that
printer
make any concession Facts are sought to be you Shakpeare ion first
that" Providence withheld its J Po given November.
explained away in heart-breaking sighs; for a returnof Lttu."might have it inscribed on jour tomb-stone. having The Secret Passion, Lawjer's Daughter. LEWIS AMES.

the good times we experienced under the sway ota (when death shall have pr(4 yon into his service, from the people Europe, Free [ / I'Jzysiean.certain physi Also 1 the foto\.i ng: September Il, 1547.- S &.
the TariflofS46 alone] allows! us to Pa.t and by Carlylc,2 vols.
he visited his rich and luxurious
tariff and even in some knocked your earthy case into pi : and when your
quarters
high protective Six Lectures the of the Lungs,
on use
Public
of the and allows Land Sale.
popular condemnation has been claimed a*' expres spirits!,like good books withr tit an erratum, hath ascended advantages calamity, always went into their kitchens and A Treatise. on Milch Cows by John S. Skinner.

ed against free trad* in the result of elections since to le.wen.where it may look with lofty con- to buy" food of us, and so to mitigate the wilh their cooks. My good The Roys' Summer Book and an assortment of Tallahassee UHTOD .T LAND OFFICE.7 -

the repeal( the prohibitory tariff. This wa" the tempt upon d'vi1.tailor-bills, and slierif1 i(To.alnuet:) ity. All the benefit we have derived said he, I owe you much fo you rank Books,just reC'eive and for sale by &ptt'mbr II, 1S47. J .
scarcity breadstufls, in Europe and all I P. A. HAYWARD. is hereby given,that,in in- I
pOloanC'ef
.I lere lie the of the immortal Cheeks.'. reat fa\or me. Your skill, and NOTICE
publishers
elections the
case after the last year. The 'of repeal upon the
cry nefit which Europe: has derived from us Sept*'niber IS, IM7. 9 Commitsionei of the General '.
raised b! the peculiar representative of the I is atertd by many that .Che'k'" stjle is modeled and palate hie art of poisoning Land Office under authority Ystf in him by C

New England manufacturers was carried into little] upon that of Major Jones' Letters'*-how eve mitigation of the calunitJ is the result us medical men to ride in our car. 6 New Buggies and Harnesses. 5th section of the Act,of Congr ,approved 3d tb

Delaware: by another Whig luminary the Hon. J. I utterly deny their premises; for, a1ho'ahirg- Trade more or Had the your assistance, we should all 9 FINE LEATHER TOP BUGGIES with Harness gust, 1S4G, we hall proceed to offer at public ease

ton Irving follows the and rate of duties ad valorem been charged f >t and be starved." .) 3 do. Buzzes (without top,) and Harnes, on the nglatrmtl day of October next,at this office, t
M. Clayton and urged with all his influence :and plain comprehensive styleof the ribed
tracts of public land, sitna-
breadstuffs in Europe, was charged Just and for sale low for caih.at the Store of
and if word and Addison Bancroft the philosophical scrutiny a -- -- --- --- receive ted within the former of r
admitted ability mean any tiling ; J. re.erve Eonrbatimic viz: ;
various articles o'f European manuf Tilofa, Madison County Fla., on Sunday _Sept..: -FORTNE Lots 2, 3.4 and 5.and the
the whig party is true to their promises the next learning and research of Hume-yet .Ch the TarilToflS42forthe restoration of Section9TNR7 aFractional
second fiddle to because he is his t WILLAM BARNWF.L, infant son Fall'and Winter Goods. W.
session of Congress may witness attempts .to overthrow man ; own nonpareil -
we suppose the Providence Journal is and Ann Eliza Droome aged nine Section 21, (consisting of Lots 1. 2 and .
t the free trade measure of I'.ati. He says that .Mills," (one of the candidate and nightly sighing.) not a barrel nor a nineteen S TUST RECEIVED from New York by Brig Henry 3,) ofT 3 N, R "W.,and Lots f and 7, of Section '

This may be startling to some of the free trade for Cltrk) .is monstrous poplar with piny wood el of could have been drys. 4J Back a large assortment of 3-3T'NR7W.

nhigs of the South. They may have thought that folks, specially the gals.:' If he means by "piny breadstufs sent little children to come unto me, and for ApLEND FANCY DRY GOODS. THO'S. J. nODS: Regiter.
from unless "
ports, not, for of such is the kingdom of heaven. JOHN W. :
"
New England would be satisfied with the lion's wood* folks" the industrious independent plan Groerit"lard\\are. Wood and Willow Ware.Rope ARGYLE r.
had been reduced half September II,
prices one or Sunday last, the 12th inst., Maj. T1IOM- Baeging, I Nails and Iron ISI St .:
share she mistaken.- ters and farmers of Gadsdcn county, and by piny
even now grtl-but they were
had been doubled. .
in
prices Europe Hoots and Shoes, Boilers, &c. -
.% in the 35th of his He Sugar & DR. ( it.
year age. HUNTING .
Nothing will satisfy tr.em but a repeal of the tariff woods "pals"l their daughters, I would beg to sug be contrdicted if it can be. For sale by -

/ I'fIS-IG. and a restoration of the tariff of 1S42." pest the propriety of his punning in hit next epistlethe Of course, upon articles of export Frederick county Virginia and for Sept. 1S.15J7. 9 LLOYD &FLAGG. SURGEON DENTIST, -

This is Mr. Clayton' own declaration made on the exuberance of his fancy ; and, when his eye ina our own TarilTupon imports years or more, a resident of this city TTAVING prmnt'ntlloated in Quincy,Florida .

7th day November, 1S4G. ".Put us back precisely fine frenzy rolling," would urge the point of bin only country an indirect effect though this had many friends, who esteemed himfor New Fou. -LJL ie" .euict! to the public ;..
; in the branches of his
various profession. From hi
of his manners, and for the *
honesty
where we were before the tariff! act of IStO," says pen to write sparkling immortalities,let him remem- effect be large. When the 50 DATmrv and !, experience sod success in he feels
may assured .
Tarif
received and for sale praC'tie. .lc.
of his and by
liberality ,
be. ** Until that end is obtained ice hearken to no her that he is but mortal, and that the most transparent deprecated a reduction of duties on dealings "i long IS, IS 17. LLOYD of being able to rl'as thOe \ may patronise).
Sept.
loss of valuable member of &tGG.
." wit times the dull multitude a society. Dr. B. refers the to .
compromise, tee listen to no half-tray titearurctThis at appears opaque to that it would inundate the with }
country buried with Military honors bj the officers Col. W. T. STOCKTOX, Dr. J. M. W. DAVIDSON,
Fresh Groceries.
is not the of biavado It not
language was goods, asserted the only fact i
they Gen. C. II. Dr. R. E. J'
to which he and the Vol Duro-vT. LITE
wrung from him by mortification and chagrin at the The Whig and Democratic candidates for the Leg- necessary to prove this indirect effect ; ( belonged, SCALED HERRINGS. Shad Mackerel, Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladles waited :

defeated! hopes of high tariffites in the passage of thepresent islature are busily engaged in (canvassing the county.Gentlemanly law of trade established by the :of llii city. and Water Cracker, on at their residence as usual. g
: exp d___ ___ ______n ____ __ and P. R. Sugars, "
Crl'hed.
law. Such language, immediately alter that courteousne-s to each other characterizes of age?, that facility of payment { .-About one hundred bales hue been Powdf're. Laf.( Septembei 12. 1327. 9

eventful period in our history, would have been regarded the aspirants of both parties Thin u. i it price of the articles purchased. If this market, of the new Some Currnl I.inee.:and Smyrna Raisins.:, DR. HULL'S '

as the spasmodic stragglings of passion en- should be. A man never loses any thing by politeness. only for specie, fur sales must be small been sold at 94 til, l. crop. Stewart's Double Refined Syrup,

gendered in Senatorial debate with returning: reason GaJxlen will probably return three Democrats our prices low. If\ve buy little, w( do. Candies, .
---- ------ -- sale
received and for
and little notice would have been taken of it ; and one Whig to the Legislature.i I send you a list pect to sell but little Very high duties : Notice.-The Florida Baptist As Sept.Pickles IS, 15-17.&c.just 9 LLOYD &FLAGG.by COUGH lOEENGES

but it was uttered after months of deliberate calm of the candidates : if they do not prevent, importations ; will hold its next annual meeting at the

Congress adjourned in March,and his letter was Democrats. H7/f;>,. the same reason they diminish exports, ; Church on Miccosookie, on Saturday Coffee. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.

written in November. Eight months in: sufficient Gen. A. K. .al-n. P. A. Stockton, Es'. in quantity and price. They do it, October next. Accommodations will b BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE Extract from the Vermont Sentinel. .

time for the passions of most men to cool and this Dr. J. L. Sie1"! R. L. Harrison, Esq. or are liable to do it by reciprocal legi all visiting; friends. _90 SO do. Rio do. TIE sudden and frequent changes of weather 4
Charles S.
,
Sibley Esq. Major Johnson
do.
period was vouchsafed to him. How it came to be Dr. T. Monroe, Dr. Bradwell. action. High duties beget high duties ---- --- -- --- --- 2: do. Laguira we have experienced| recently from hot .
Jut received and for sale bySept.
cold and from
to wet to dry.have been favorable
ottered however be gathered from a portion of urn. In the approach towards Free ( are authorized to announce Col. ALFRED peculiarly 5'
may For IS. IS 17. 9 LLOYD &FL.\GG. for the conlracin- Coughs and Colds, anti
the subjoined extract. lie regarded the result of Strf England led the and 3 a candidate fore-lection to the office
James A. West t. generously way for the laying fodation of that dread disease
the elections held subsequent to the passage of the ]clilan. Mr. Lot e, (%Whi"s.' ) tuffs were among the articles of Leon county,:at the ensuing election in Advertisement. Consumption; and we think we have never known so ,

tariff and the date of his ored. The duties these articles much barking; and wheezing a* we have witnessed
to letter
prior as an une For Clerk Isaac W. Harris, and John on dcc,0
E. L ALLAN will his school in this
re-open among our friend and acquaintances for the last few
uivocalindication of condemn;Jt!ion of that act, and Mils, both Whigs, :and clever Mr. Harris ng imported into England,are now little are authorized and requested to announce HENRY on the first Monday in October. wefk. Nor have we gone entirely free: we had a

he would be the first in the breech to proclaim it las been deputy or chief clerk for the last 15 or 16 than nominal and are soon to fye ALLEN a a candidate for County Com- On the subject:of permanency candor requires him ,accompanied by a hard,dry.hacking cough,

The result in our own State as we then said would years competent in every respect to discharge the Itogelher. Other European nations, Loon county at the election in October o sir,that the same affairs of business which brought which w,. _u. of grtal *nne.n?., and began
him to Tallahassee in IS44, have brought him back to be of considerable apprehension when a medical
betheca.se, was pressed into the catalogue of dissenters I duties of the office. Mr. Mills,the hard favored cusomer from necessity and partly through -
now;-affair* which he can best attend to,and soonest friend advised us to make tue of Cough L z-
and the member elect no doubt hailed as a of" Cheeks." Well ifhe is hard favored"in example, have adopted a (similar get rd; of, by residing here. But, while enfetnil( we write this paragraph liir.toadtheour ti

good "restoration" man. But mark his assumptions the obtuse optics of .Cheeks," he is, in the eyes of least temporarily. But what asurnce : S. SHEPPARD Esq.., will serve a ing his right to pursue the only avocation for eIrC'i-I' fr. to do the same,) they being in his opinion ,

and the dictatorial manner of issuing his mandates 1 better judges the ladies." piece of man's ve, that without some corresponding if elected. he II at all fitted, it would give him pain to Ilot effectual remedy for Coughs and Cold. "
a Pf.ly within reasonable means weakening or disturbing' any of the existing within his knowledge." :and after a fair trial of .
flesh as any in Messina,"and as musical a i i. Apollo's on our part a perio are authorized and requested to announce I seminaries, C'ondoctP. a they all now are. by we are happy to sny that we concur most fully in that

In my opinion no whig should shut his eyes to lute; besides he has always a !of ht'at and an open land would not return to her C. ASH as a candidate: for County Com- highly respectable competent teachers;-and hetrusts'tbat .. opinion" and most cordially recommend them to a

the fact that the present overwhelming: triumph" of hand for all who want a friend in need. He has the high duties ? I we had any such : Leon County at the ensuing elect ion in no one will remo\1 his son from another any of our friend.who are 'or may suffering from
his party u mainly be ascribed to the repeal the it arose from fact that Free Trade is school to his, on light grounds.For any of the complaint incident to Hard Colds a a
natural of hit with unti-
democratic party of the tariff of 1S42. Our friends qualifications competitor, in itself goodeven without convenience of those whose employmentsdebar remedy effectual in its action and speedy in its oper"ions. -

went into the content; immediately after the repealof ring industry and an obliging disposition. I will better with; and that reciprocity would are authorized and requested to announce their attendance at a day school, Mr. A. is 1'- ,:
that: law, made the issue with their oppon ntlf directly myself vote for Mills, partly that I am a bachelor 0m.I ; England ready to open an evening class, as: son as f..e or We don't know who Dr.Hull may be; but be willplease '
upon the question."ohelh<<>r the act of JSI2! : wish to live in the sweet sunshine of the ladies 80 by the experiment. Fortunately C. LESTER as a candidate for Tax As. more studiously: inclined youths signify to accept our I thanks,and we think he deserves
shall be restored, aadproclaimed upon all their ban- her promptly and handsomely in ibis Collector for Leon County, at the election readiness to enter it. the thank of thecrmrcunityfrrplaringwithntheir!
and because it is "not that lore IIar.l i
partly
: -
ners as their now object the absolute and immediate fmilts merit towards freedom and the result next. Tilaha" t. September IS, 1S47.. 9 3t (' ro a remedy for Pulmonary complaints -
repeal cf the jfll act of 1S40. Upon this issue ,.l less, but that I love T/i7/, more !" cordial the a.his C'o-ug4 Lozenges.
beteen
we have triufllpl e'rery"h're else; and up- There are 17 candidates for Tax Assessor, and C 1- good feeling two { authorized to announce FLETCHER Negro Kerseys. 03- Fresh supply of the above valuable medicine ,

on this issue we efpact to stand or fall in Delaware. lector, and the "cry is.-tithey come." as to our commercial (and other) i as a candidate for Tax Assessor and -I C\ CASES KERSEYS, 2 do Linseys just receive-l in Tallahassee and for sale bv M

The people have *.otby their votes in the late election ICONOCLAST. prosperity at home, and respect abroad. Leon County at the ensuing; election I L/ Just reire. and for sale by LEWIS &./\ME. I
merely signified their approval of some general stead of having all the banks broke : Sep. IS 1547. &FLAGG. September II. ISt7. S 2
abstractions. Instead of addre ing them to the nex. !
abomination deso'ation'! in
set our
friends of incidental protection the advocates of a Democratic Meeting In JefTersou. up
judicious tariff; 2nd other humdrum phrases" with as the tariff men we have : are authorized to announced JACKSON Blankets.A To Sugar Maer.
In ot notice large and lrcdicttd.
given a respectable
which party politicians have often amused the masses pursuance plenty, the Banks perlctly sound a a candidate fur Tax Assessor fifi NEGRO BLANKETS SUGAR COOLER.DPPER.SKIMME a
when they intended to deceive them the whigs portion of the democratic party of Jefferson county lion, public and private good, and for Leon County at the ensuing dc- 4fciU\/ pair bed Blankets, (assorted ) .

hare spoken plainly out, specifically in favor of the met at Monticello on Saturday 17th day of Sep- else it should b" and Just in store and for sale by b had at tbe Tin Manufactory. They are used to
tariff of 1542; an4 pledged themselves in the event in Mass Meeting Capt. DANIEL BIRD.Sr, thing as except Sp. IS, IS-7. 9 LLOYD &FLAGG. prevent its burning. Dippers, Skimmers, :and
of their accessionlto power to restore that tariff and I'mber. standing the Mexican war, which it to DANIEL Drainers. The Drainare made different from
called to the chair and WM. S. DILWORTH are announce
to repeal the tariff of IS-l't. We have succeeded by was ap- reasonably have been expected would a'ltboize Boots and Shoes. those of last season. Those on hand are 8 made -

no barren generalities but by a plain manly and uncompromising rointe Secretary. leis the and disturb the E1. a a candidate for re-election CA that they can be drawn after the scar is settled. <
declaration both of the principle we The chairman then explained the object of the derange currency Circuit Court of Leon County at the 25 E RUSE CRO.-rS.. We shall,also, have the Copper'Dlppn ready for ,
ular of business. But all the
mean to maintain and of the practice by which we mEting to b the nomination of suitable persons to course this October next. :cases C'S French Calf Boots, the sugar season, and beg call andexamine .
mean to c.arrythem out. The people are sick of deception files wi tell us, is in consequence Water do : them.Angust2SIS17..
the of Jefferson in the 1 case proof
and will no longer bear to be duped by any represent county next Ia Famine and the deil, they say are authorized to announce WILLIAM 100 pair ladies French Kid Slippers, 6 ,

man or any party on this subject. If the whips expect ion of the Legislature. some ot them have come to the E-.q. a a candidate for Clerk of the Gents i. ladies Calf Shoes -

to maintain their triumph they must deal HONESTLY Elias Blackburn then arose and addressed the the Free Traders say, and helped them out of Leon County at the ensuing Octo- Ladies Walking Shoes and Gaiters, Bagging and Rope.
ox ALL OCCASIONS and not only profess the serious of State Just received and for sale by
assembly on subjects our policy. PIECES Kentucky Bagging coils of Rope,
slough in which they would otherwise : 75 6
those
plainly but practice literally according to
FLAGG.
Heir was then loudly called for, who responded Sep. 18.IS.7. LLOYD & for sale on reasonable terms by
profession, and the now known wishes of the peo Cl. been swamped. The Devil (owing
pIe. The first thing to be effected on their accession to the call in his usually interesting manner and took partially of friends) gets crEdit for many : are authorized to announce NICHOLAS Brown Goods. August 28,BRCHE&LINDENBERGER- -

h power u the repeal: of the tariff Df 1 .aG. and his seat amid the loud applause of his fellow-citizens. deed which never The a a candidate for Tax Assessor and COTTON OSNABURGS, 187.
the rut oration of the of 1942. To this prformed. Leon at the October election 1 f\ C.\LF
tariff great
end, first of all things, lei every whig rffvrt be di- Cot B. 11. Russet then moved to take the sense ofthe scribed to him the de,oils county JL\J Brown Driings. Boots and Shoes. .

rected. When a law accomplishing these results meeting a to whether a nomination should be ring that he should have the credit of it, ale authorized to announce JAMES W. 5 do. 3-1 pi ENTS super ca1 Boots,Gent's fine pat.Rooters

shall have passed CongreM and been :approved( by a gone into which was decided in the affirmative.It than the true Author of the miracle a a candidate for Tax Assessor :and 2 do. do. VJT do. pat. J Shoes,Gent's calf Brogans and -

President of the United States then, and not till was then moved that a Senator he nominated. the protectionists are ready to ascribe the Leon county, at the October election. 2 3 do.do. Sedley!-4 Sheeting Shirting.Just ., Gaiters Men's kip Brogans-received from New Orleans -
then, in humble opinion trill the greatest irish by the Schr.Tallahassee, and for sale low
my which nomination was agreed to, and JOHN M- Iy working of the new Tariff to received and for sale bySept. very
of the country be grahfied"and itt bat interest tu any toannounceJAMESWlb- by LINDENBERGER.AugustSS .
S nominated for the Senate. The nomination : are authorized 1517. 9 LLOYD FLAGG. BRCIE&
timed.S Divide and conquer, will be nTI was cause than its intrinsic merits as an for the office of County Commis- 15. & 4
the maxim of cur opponent And it is our duty to for the House were ELI AS E. BLACKBURN, to Free Trade principles. Even so, -

distrait any man who shall seek to divide us by offering THOMAS ROSS :and JOSHUA TAYLOR.It obliged to admit that it has worked irdi election in October next. HEAD-QUARTERS, TVTOTICE, IS HEREBY GIVEN that a applicaJL -

protection to somecln the expense of all was then moved and agreed to ncm. con, that that is more than half of the battle.-. are authorized to announce THOMAS i lion will be made to the Legislatureat its next
the ret. there any among who shall desireto action, for the passage of an act to
1 dare offer the proceedings of this meeting b sent to the Flo- Journal Commerce. as! a candidate for the office of Tax As iUC'frrle.
play ( game.vr to us a a whig measure o Bank to be called: The Ban of-ridle j'/or.
any proposition which has for its object tu baffle rieian and Southern Journal for publication.No ---- Collector, at the election in October next. .August2llSl7.

and defeat the unequivocal reiteration of the tariff more business being before the assembly it was The Addrl.8 prepared by Mr. \ ? P

of t 1s2.1et us at once repudiate the measnre a un- adjourned sine die. 'be address prepared by Governor are authorized to announce HUGH AR- State of Florida. .
; calle ro by the people and opposed to their wi b- Chairman. candidate for Tax Assessor and Collec
DANIEL BIRD he delivered &t the agricultural fair JareasoN CIUCTTIT COCRT.-In CHAKCCXY.
all abstractions and generalities, let
October
( Sting u ensuing election in next.
( prevent the principle for which we now 'v. S. DILWORTI. Secret ay.Cotretpondcnee Slate Agriculurl Society has been : er. 1547.- William Bailey, Adm'r.] de fonts n of John Etl -.

contend, manfully and openly, a an object visible by fr. Wright, and was are authorized to announce J&\ME L ORDER No. -. lamy, deceased Complainant. ,

and tangible-THF. KrrrpRvnox or THE WHIG i[: of the Baltimore Sun.] by Mr. Flag this mor i n It i is evident candidate for Tax Assessor and Collec and Battalion the r* .-
( Regiments J. et al.. Defendant
this Ransom
TARIFF or stand as the watrhuxrrd TIE lowinS ot
of the party 18.2."iblrl L of our political faith W ASINGTON, Sept. 3, 1847. the address i is in all respects complete. Couuty.at the election in October next. assemble for inspection drillat appearing to Robrtl.. of the Court by af-

We understand thit George Vail, the following times and to wit : J. fidarit made in this cau.*that Ransom J.Roberts,
IDrW on every; vfiigjlig;a1 each will become He that sccketh for a abalion authorized and requested to announce .bces. -
plticalaign are The second Battalion of Regiment at Jasper
invincible the banner of the State Roberts and David defendants,
u as of the Con.antine president Agricultural Society Elijah Emanuel reside -
laat find one. Judge no candidate for Tn Assessor on the 2d of November.The .
'obur as a out of the State of and that Frances
invited Gen.
cf the Baltimore Dix to read the and Battalion of the 3th at Madison Forida.
doubt he the demorti adJrl at the election in October next. first Regiment Williams, Administratrix H. William, '
This letter, it is true was penned only about one convention, for President, and Mr. Secretary a soon as an answer is frm C. H. on the 5th of November.The deceased, resides in the Eastern Circuit of Florida: .

month after the new tariff became the law of the Walker, Mississippi for Vice Presdeot. fact will bo announced. The Troy friend of WILLIAM II. ANDREWS seventh Regiment at Monticello on the 9th of Jt it UdCt. That said Ransom J. Roberts, Elijah

land,and before the distinguished writer could wit- They are both strong and popular men. leaking of the address, justly remarks: announce him as a suitable candidate Novembci.sixth at Tallahassee on the 13th of an Emanuel, do appear within fourmonths .
The Regiment
said Frances .
ness tb entire failure of hi* own and the predictions Mr. Woodbury will dislike' to leave the Su- It will be doubly interesting to the f Sheriff of Jefferson County Fla., at November. ,an two months,Williams from the,dte Adm'of the as aforesaid publication J; 4't

o his friends in reference to its opation. arid >reme Bench, while Mr. Walker probably on account of the melancholy absence in October next.believing that no one The Independent Dfalon.composed of the militia ol this order, and shew cause why this '\it" .

hat effect the brilliant results of measure: may would prefer seat there. It is more suitedto author. It will be a the voice of the office than he, or more worthy of Wakulla said place Battalion as may b designated should not be reyiye.and answer the original bill -
I commander of the
hue had upon his mind, we have no means of learn his ia and literary habits, and his legal coring from the grave, and under of the voters of Jefferson. lath November.by the on filed in this cu oh"wie a decree reviving the .
will .and the bill
same original taken for
ing. Joing. ho'eye.from the fact that very few talents learning and would gain him more I umstanccs, we think, would b more 1S47.- MANY VOTERS.. The fifth Regiment at Quincy on the 19th of No- pass further b con of

of the moe dilini.hed orpnent. of the present substantial and satisfactory fame and pleasure table than any address from a living -- .mbr. fH.,published i in eme Oe.newspaper at printed copy in a
and mmissioned
1"* bare made any conction.,iti b doing n than any other place. Besides, i is a life estate Albany Atlas. New Fou. ('ommilionP non-c such officers' the Middle Tirnut .1 Florida once a week for four
will on day prprimn at r'"*" months.
that be is still blinded by with sufficient for NEW $ city mills, (Signed)
"justice to him to say a salary any legal phi. Compliment to the Poet Illinois I. parade. armed and equipped for preparatorydrill THOMAS BALTZELL. Judge- I -

prjue and ambition (or he has bit advocates for oeopher or quiet gentleman. As our territory Roy the Poet, has been -Clear Bacon-Sides, and The. drill will begin on each July 3, 15-17. : 40 .

t\Presidency and is DOW as then for a restoration increases there will b ample room and just received per Talla- day at 10 o'cok. a. m.Officer. P
Esber in health. No
ing at Sboudcr. of
one Regiments
b nalalionJ. Fresh St. Louis
"I for several J. R. FORTUNE. an and Bacon I
the tariff of 1S42. Time determine. enough more Supreme Judgg. Fou .
range orders
Iheir
.i it worth his call on him or will, through impress mind( .
In Mciico they are not needed at presnt. acquaintance. Queen and Prince, 1817. 9 their commands the necessity of ap aing on parade for Sae. a -

fc -Tb.Democratic Jf hig ('.) Young Men' Genmi Where drums beat, laws are silent., To properly armed and equipped.Brig. TUST received per Ibt. Tal.b ,on consign-
him Notice.
big paid respects to with the J .
ort Gen. Allison is charged extension meat, 1 barrels STAR
CommitteeOf New Vol met on the 3d instl.t.nd Some one asked a Whig if Gen. Taylor ay. sooner was this known, than after date, I thall present ny final ac- of this order. do., wrnnte J.'LU eual to any in the i;

DODe). u the Whig candidate for who on was inundated with card and vouchers tn. Hon.Judge of Probate By order of the Commaner-in.Chie Westerucountry,
Pt i 1848. No allusion is made .in their wU not the same Zachary Taylor recommended The cards be returned, the invitations the County of JeferlD. and apply for a 6 Casks clear SIE I do SHOULDERS. I
that Mr. Van Buren send to.Cuba to estate of Abram Adjutant General F. M. ALSO-5 boxes Tobacco do. medium ;
to a National Convention,and the tornLution clined.-Cork ConstUutim.Vhaftin o an Inspto
Pria the blood bounds. late of said county dece* d.WILLIAM September 18, 1: I and common, :casks. common Brandy., -
may U looked upon.unconditional and ab- get said the Whip but Gen. TayW was \ the Wind-Th Montreal GORMAN. 'j3- The Sentinel! and Journal will each give the J. R FORUNE

oUte.. Mr.Ci)',recent excursion Jfcrth was not Yfs : aM of the 26th ull. says: has been ., September IS, 1S47. fm. above one insertion. August 7, IS 17. 3
mad<*, fo the meiftnlee of the trip. /cofnco thn. "I -, 4



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.: .. :i i ,?, SHERWOOD'S WOODRUFFS DYSESTERT CORDIAL j U. 8. MAIL LINE SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, August 17, 1S47. States., 1a
1\1':' Vi I FORTHE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE PROPOSALS will be received at this
.'.0 HUMBUG! SEALED
; 4 :i MAGNETIC REMEDIES GOLD PILLS AND OF ALL FROM AN the 25th day ol October next, a 12 -
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.-. MAGTfETISED PLASTER.In TOE or TE.E 1)1111 EVE DISCOVERED DIE. OF THE BLOOD o'clock at noon, for the purchase 0 the iDtee o
t' FOR BOWEL DERAKGEMElfTS.DR. OR HABIT OF THE SYS the United States, at law and in e\it1. pro
I t':' : *i I Csrtiic JUI-.the Omsi tad' tlb& DYSENTKUY CORDIAL. I.M.lZ: petty[ hereinafter described,upon ttr. and con
'C DISEASES WODRCfF mentioned below to wit ,
$ t : .: for Diarb Dysentery,, Cholera Morbus, Scrofula or Klnft Evil Rtai. Obstinate dition :
f 1 '! j1 .- \J clusHypeiiropby.nnyin- Cholera Infantum, and Summer Complaints of Chil- From/Tallahassee t Macon. Cutaneotu Ervptiong, Pun on tAe LANDS LYING IN THE STATE OF TEXAS 1iT
I- be distinguished the
::1 .t .- rariably by dren. Face, Blotches, Bilet, Chrome S RJ8n' -
f "4$ I ;: -1"*pain which i is produced by pre. F'1 H. U. lrarJ.lale U. S. Minuter 10 Bt.gun. Throuh in forty-tic hour fro Tallahassee to o Teller, Scald Head,Enlargement > ; z I :
and to Chnrtetfonin three ?
.. sure on the ganglions of the spis .tat"n. day, Pain of the Bone and Joint, Stubborn Ulcer. ; 1
; is
{ -a till nerves, in the intervertebnl.Jfl Dr. Wourvff:_ ( Sir:-A few days ,to lake tie Mail Boats onorth Syphilitic Sciatica or Lwnbago, andDiseaacs ; ;0

:': t : 4 spaces along each side o the Since I received the Cordial which ye>u were .\ the folltl day. SgptOR an .u. use of.Mu. -- TN pursuance of the Act of Congress,* .

'fl ..; spine no matter what name may enough to w J me Having ued the article,pu. T HE Stage will leave 'on Mona, dial,Aieitet or DrvpV*Exposure or hnprudenc I I Description, i.c. JL Act to establish a town at St.Afrb.? it.A

., .'J*:.: _1havebsengirentothemaladyby.t not hesitate pronounce it a most valuable irtedi.cute. i- Wednesdays "rioay., at 4. ., in We. Jllio Chronic ConstitutionalDitordertT ,. i approved o the 2d day o March, ,i-
I .phvsicians.nonologists, or either Indeed I. tor such aiTt-ctinns of the bowel U"e and arrive in M.Co.(cia Quinc.Bainbiidse, Newton is a combination hitherto unJ. K.PI.K.President of Uaite&atep
I: ;, *: writers. The pain thus Albany Americus, Perry) on Tuesday, preparation do declare and o'Ar
I micl s-itTcr! with in the South, I know no- known the history of Medicine, differing en. 0
in
tl t. '. t I will be more cr less 1Xk-lmN it. Thnr at 10 o'clock. P. 1'!., in sale will be held at the Land kDD.th
a.l nal aan
: ; thin; at to tnna"s. in its character and operations from the various -
; I ..:.j s-. .* sere.athngtotheintenhity M\ friend Col. Sea'oorn Jones,woulj! have part of time 'tb. Lninl Macon on tirely preparations which have bee I 11842. Samuel Swartwool,former ownS7OMarhl in theStateof Florida. for tbe disp l ,
;" I .: of the disease, or its active or it ; the remainder I have laid aside for use when I Mrvub",\tn.hn. and Fruh)! .o'cOk. A at different times offered to the public. It acts specifically er. derrnentioned lol in said town St. C t\U.:

.''i ': .j '.,, ? ::1 passive state at the time next above Presr may need it. Respectfully M.,and and TalahuM TuC"e.. Thuldne. line upon the whole system, thereby bringing i It Trc of land granted by the republic menciog on Monday, the 4th day o of M
= the : ,
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1 --------- i sure on ganglions HUNRY W. HILLIARD. turdls. to wit:
'f under its direct and immediate influence. Althoughpotisessedof of Texas to Y.' Bar- D.
C 1. vertebra- indicated in annexedengraving t-nnuceti with the Central Rail Road.Savannah, An- numbered
Lots
the first it is two three, four .
ce"icl posserfulboaling yet entirely bog, whose attorney was Frost ,u..,
-k I .. : by No. 1, determines tuberculardisea.se the of Frot.t Bcnjaiain Cardnrr, E.lilo of the Southern sru.ta, Milf1t"iJp and Western Rail Road to Collmbu harmless,so that it efet.injure the most de Thorn, at the of ten, eleven, twelve, fourteen, fifteen si ,

1 the Headl and Brain Trot. Eyes Joint or Ears; 0 Shield, Eufaiila ..ila.ANoTHF.Il *. ra. 'I connects with the )hi Lin irate constitution. When in perfect__healh. no ef. rivers Atoyiac i1te Angelina fork ; teen. nineteen, went). l1nty.two: ierpt.
;
.
froja and thence
of Limb Quincy Apa-
.: -oace No. t, that ( LIFE: SAVED BY THE CORD, Ch.tahohie. fet i is produced by its use except an of appetite which grant is more particularly twenty4our.t 'six.lwentj- ..,. r
: ctbeppaceso.3thatortbeLungs; on.tbe space lachicola. Pa cSnfr can go from Tallahassee to thirty,thirty nethirty-tirothirty.fott7i fkf.
but when disease i is seated in the frame. anecarrying described in deed made -
.1 a
I No 4, that cf tbe Stomach; on the space :0. 5. that .' ft r l'"gtirar'Mi had failed 10 Irnijit. Columbus in thrrr days, and Ivif one night will be ; thirty.six.thiny.eigbtthiity.n0 *** .be,
its victim the of life then ,
fast along path I by Vetal Flore*. to said Y ion
) of the Liver and at the letter A.that ol Spleen ; UVexrvT.Dear/ Sir:-I take great pleast're spent on the road l between t Tallahassee- Macon. fortv-i iortjrtF'
enkindles ,
forty-three forty-four.
its influence i is felt and seen; it Barbo, under date cf Jane
on the spare No. C, that of the Smallntttine on in tttf'ing to the efficacy of jour Dnter\ Cordial The public may rest as.nrrd that every attention will mysterious fifty.fi/-; ,.t"
health and ?
new life, and vigor and strength 23, 1 containing 10 fnyne. fy.two. finy-fonr.
i that of the ; space its virtues in : Mrs. of those bring sitios.jAcres: fir -
t the space No. 7, l (frorii tearing mv Ovnfmil, l he paid to the comfort uho may patronizethis the and ty-eight.sixtj-twosixty-tfcrtesut *.
to suffering 23jlaborr'or 1 15,413SZ7 (
t : : No. S i, that of the Utenw; and on the space No. 9, Gar! u-r "a l.ot summer mo.t ioeity! attackedwith Line. dis; LET n. Ixty-'gh, *
Ficnow. sixty-seven
TRCTM TMA Also certificate of lands issued !
'& .. thitof theTestes, &.C. th.it ds; :,:.d alter all nninent m'dical t! SPEAK FOR : follow John T. Mason se.et-lght. svent/i
: : It is no whether tenderness be found in one had bet n baScd in itsefTort-s to remove the diseaseor FromTallahasve! to(i'iincv.r>0: to Bainbridgf, THE F.Cs THEM'FLn- by on eighty-si., eighl- Ienl -
: another link in the en.
in certificate: is only behalf of the of Tex eigtfy.jg
? great
I.1 ,. rnnreplacesor whctlieroneGrmOre0fthe03n5 aCed relief, and apprehensions began to be felt b} to Al'a.h1.aniIto! Macon &?1. cain governor ,
;
f ; of testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted r and Coahuila dated June fy-one ntet.w" ;, igh'T..ID"
Limbs bediseawd, a the CJnti'e ces.under the m\"l that she wculd not survive much longer, un .WRIGHT & S.\WYFR. Proprietors. < 3 nine one Dlnetr.six.litl
; o ose of these remedies, proceeds in one and all of te itt'-C agony; in which she was li'Mirif.g: Rv YARN. A ent. b:(onvincC1 What it hiS done once it will do 21,1S3-J, for about 45,000. dred and hundre.. one hundred two,
h
ff"V a at the same tune. To determine -I H.itpl. Tallahassee again. 575. I' Also one other certificateof the an4 faust a
diseased organs and lmb Ilia i rrur tojour invaluable(Cordial. and before frjOff.rc; at the Pianlei' : .
these remedies, it is only i ii Mass., Sept. 23d, 1S46. same tenor and date of the above andtx.on.hundralyn.celanaD
the ne she had taken on- U.ttle (.f it, reief"a obtained; E. AI.EY.trt; at M hi i :\TII\XS. Q-iincy CIUnLISTowS. h
: necessary to detect the tenderness of the ganglia, in I an') atfer lakiaz two was entirel) I feel sure July -'>'2 This may certify that mv son, now aged seventeen for a like number of 45,000 dreil and twelve one hundred on: I
4 ; an.of the inter vertebral *pa<" on either side of the 'hall 1 am lebtt-d: to if for her cure.You can ue has been for ten years afflicted with the scrofulou Which said lands wereconfye, dred all fifteen, one hundred and f01rt'OD..
These rcinerties cure lit. humor. At the age ofseven years he bad the measles by Samuel and o.
t'ery.C this
Ijfne. l.niat a* \(ttj inace iTcper.Kula Notce.C dred and eighteen one hundred 5S I:
late of the andIri
caused this humor to make its Young,
p of the a great 'which probably ap. president
t first majority BENJ. GARDNER.Vorras
stages e. !. ,July I;, 1-IC. months after .alC.1 I present rm accounts hundred and twenty one hundred
of those in the last,including tubercula consumption :: and voucher to thf Hon. Judze) cf PrObate in pearance in a most singular way covering his body Mount Savage Coal and Ion one hundred aDd an tw nfvJi:
is fre- from his head to his feet with small tumors. I con Company in for the twenty-thre. hnDdrrf !
t white consumption tOt us
and .welng. Incipient \ Worms! Worms for thusCounty 1'f Jlflr.\n. and apply for a discharge twenty-four one hundred and
examined him Jt benefit of _
these even before the ant suited a Doctor of and he State tratv-six,l/ -v
S .' nuently detet sYfptOs.t her remedy for WOfiDRl'FPS) WORM SPECIFIC i is a safe a! non of the Plate three days in succeoiCn 1fedicne., not understanding his by deed bearing date of the with all the portions the(following D

1 0: cough the dieiaeis commences.i well kn""n Tere to every(physician. Th; DR tiiit! rtt-cicnt! remedy fcr %Woun Try it. Aigoud of Everttl White late of said County T. E deceased..BATTY.M.mticello case,advised l me to consul Dr. Roger .ol New York 31st day of December 1S42, covered Tallahassee by the donation of ten'aru., eJtD

.. perfectly safe for persons of all ages and *> the best and a* cheap .the cheapest.CERTIFICATES. I then being a reient! that city. After a long and ricordedJanuary G, 1543, Railroad Company,viz: LI'tl8f'
.1, IS17. Cm
remPie ahd require no change of diet except that July 5 and critical examination, having more than thirty in Liber A B,No. D D, folios forty-seven fifty-nine, sixty, seventy.-.
; < .r. (onritions. of loexl. For I" 1 c -.tif" that! I sare Dr. Woodrufl's Spocific to a other medical gentlemen with him at the same time ))9,10' ,and 20. in land records two seventy-three, eighty-two la.e
.. ., .. of a greater supply g6 NASH..ot 1..ld.of mitie,and in a abort I lime it hrought ana>' 2(X)) M. D. PAPY, tie pionouncetl it or of Allegany countyMaryland. ninety-four. a
; Sroful Ei. Tee
t !tU ... JOSEPH : Kings The offering of the abofem
'he O Fa. I wOU SII'I'Y Lg iM was th.n ,and tone lots will
I rOt TalahuXt. MI."'/re County, Georgia, 1 .4'i. druirs from that time. He grew worse until LANDS LYING IN THE STATE OK FLORIDA commence n the day appointed, j in b
J2 fm ILL Practice in all the in the Middle in prof
I which
: MayC.191' I Court June of Ib37, and then his bones became affected i inconsequence .ae they are .
I I dn certify thai Iadnini,lcre'l to a member of myfamily Y Y Circuit. Olf.ce: on the tirt floor of the Capite of the mercury that had been given him. Town of Jacksonville,Ditto! county. convenient dispatch until the whole shall hue a

!I Ir Waodiufr Worm Specitc.and it brought >lSouth wing. r.-orn formerly. occupied EII the A piece of bone came away from his under-jaw i in 194 1. I Lewis I. BrJant&c..formero\vner offered, and the sale thus closed. But the sale ihi3

.'' : : i I avainns r > ; and in an"rwr case, it curel l one oj Sretar\: theTerritt r.. the first place, as large as an English '\lnut. a piece S7SSSO Jan. 26. Lot square No.2. not b kept open longer than two weeks, and Dotri-
l 1", 1 t'1i. 17
my w-gro w.rncn e.f. 7Vnfapr Tal''c'rm.. 'Cr.b'r from his forehead as large a a sixpence, and a piece I | Half of lot No. .1, vale entry to any lot will be admitted,until after tW
: %XViitf'tile,Ga. I IIJOHN; J. LITTLE. of the two weeks.
from near the crown of his head. It then went I to Containing together 1374 feet by 105. expiration
.OI JnSrUNE: (the back and side and di i it three places. Given under my hand at the City of WasWfoi
I <-, i I"f that I gave Dr. Woodruff' Siecilic| to a ATTORNEY A T LAW From t thence to one of his charlec', separating in consequence CODTIS this twenty-first day of May, Anno OM,

; ,. GREAT ARRIVAL neero b.yh', \.:o in bad health. It brought awayimmwliatfh Q. ilucy, Florida.. of the uleuticn. the m\3I. and cord 1. Each bid must be, for a separate number on theschedule thousand eight hundrf and forty- en Dmi1 -

: of J; Woims. The l boy soon rtcf"ere. aJfc'i.l! the Ju-ticc Court of Gd Boxes
30 Bushels, or 25,000 his, health.: TIIOMAS WILL ., the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, had at one time fifteen running sores or i issues following places, to the credit of the Solicitor of the JAMES K U.Commwlmer .

.. Dr. Gordon's Family Pills Cowtla County, Ga., Jantian. 1>17. and the .Cuul"' in I lie :adjaceiit Counties of Georgia. from the glans of the throat and those places I hue'menlione. Treasury, specifying,on account of what particular RICHARD M. YOUNG

No\embor :22, I'iIS.I tf In I*-IO.I lived in Portsmouth N. H. number in the schedule of property it is depositsto of the General Land
I TiE vast and increasing demand for this new and r&For sale by Lewis k Amos', Sole .Agents Tallahasoe ,. Sentinel l .. was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever "hicb wit : Dl.NOCE

t celebrated meicine. and the numerous ; ; aNo, b\ the l.lrine persons: R. fan- cop: settled in one of his hips which swelled as large as The United Slate Treasury at Washington Di*-

cures they are daily all portions of the nine, Loon, Count; : ;( H P M Micco-' &m three of the other. Being under Medical treatment. trict of Columbia; the Assistant Treasurer at Bton. In pursuance to of the Act of Con
where have been introduced, of Dyspepsia. sookic, Leon County ; S I l. Jurney! Miccosookie ; approved 2d March, 1S33
Charleston entitled
; county they they gave him laudanum until he l lost his reason.- New York Philadephia. S. ges. .An Act
Liver COfllinl. and Dillious. D.eeases, S.mull 1 Puloton, lrugi; Monlice-llo; James lime DKALKKjINDRUGS : Then I became alrme.and sent for a Thomsonian Orleans, and ; : a town at St.Iarb. noril."tu it*.
with their well known Sick lea/lche. Quinn J.lUi tjiosofGaelsIen County ; D. Baker The Collector of the Customs ister of the
atendant. MEDICINES PAINTS OIL His medicine hip and rraored his reason at Buffalo, N. Y, a ReiYr Ln
f. &c.has induce the undersigned arrangements P: r. Chatabohlt. and Wm. Power, Merchant The third time he was attacked with this fever i i1SI in Baltimore Md., Wilmington N. C., Savannah Ga.. \ b reoirt prior to t day of sale,Tanahvi

4 to redve ,stock direct from the plolridor. :. Toilet Arfirlrs, Perfumery, if., Wintlow Glass, _>, when hearing of Dr. Sands Sarsaparilla, and Mobile Ala., and Richmond.. ; any improvements which stay km

and would say to their numerous cu-itomer < AiiL'u-t ii-. 147.- 4. PAINTERS' BRUSHES A>COLOR>RS, bens; perfect,. satisfied that al other medicines had Surveyors of the customs, Nashville, Tenn., Cincinnati been made"on the lots designated in this -

: are prepared t o -uppl) them wholesale and retail, atNew Polka Slippers.LADIFSTine Apothecaries' ClissVarr, Ac. failed em.ctr a cure, I and procured six hot- Ohio; and tion,repeiely.oOao the purchaser it public asie

YOlk prices. tIe, and by the time he had taken it all I considershim Receivers of public moneys at Little Rock, Ark. of n are such improvement*
THOMAS M. TURNER, Savannah. Polka Sil.ptrs. LadieV Kid Ties JTMlEabote JL constantly! on. band,and for silo at the well. Tho-e places healed-he became bright JetTersonville.Ind.Chicago, I.,and Detroit,Mich other thantheoss-ner theref.lbal in additirato

". A Urse stock of these excellent I'iils ju.t rc'ei\cl.J M"rrcco Shoes, received lowest market prices.We and lively' color came to his face and lipt-from igan. the sum to b paid to Sate.U,sad bm.

:.l and for: Vale, at 2"cent rer I box,with full ire.tionl'l from. Nets Oran! and for .sale bv thai time'till-the Fall of 111 I I. his complaints never 2. Each bid mut b accompanit a guaranty. by is, required to pay to the 0" the improvements

., by LKWIS: AMES, MILE-SNASIJand KIRCHETT &LINDE.NCERGER.Au hate received_ In Idle, arrival large additional troubled him. At that time he became deaf, which in the form given certified bya the value of them a thus c.rtaind; tod ifpayment
Tsl1abaee, .'* and on enquiry U'f V>, ISJ7. supplies of Drug ,Jff dittix*and ChNlial'\'hich. therefor
JIARNARU.. : I continued until last Mirch when his right eve became collector,naval officer, marshal, States district shall not be made open the day
.:. be fO'lJ in all the town and villages in the South French- -- together with nrt of the popula patent remedies. affccte-d; from that to thl len e'e,co\'ering the attorney, or postmaster, that Co.le guarantoi i is which the same was purchased,the lot shall be agaia C
Ginghams Prints&c. render assortment t the largest and most varied in
tud Wet. ,Fancy our sight i of the e\e 8 that he was in a great measure good, and the party making it is responsible for the offered at public sale en the next day of tale, and
Mayb.ll7. 42: Cm SMALL of the State. .\1 of which we ofler at the lowest cash such shall not
"3oitmcnt French
A 3 GinghamsFancy: deprived of sizht. amount. person b capable of becoming tit
: Print, Domestic Gin.haul"; Ctonadts. Iri-h, lii ices. Knowing (that Sand Sarsaparilla was the only 3. On receiving a certificate of signed by 1 purchaser of I that or of any other lot at that

Line, Fin.lllcaclied Shirtins, l.o''t1 O.naburesNo July 2', r.tr. I LEWJS &AMES.Peters' medicine} that had ever done him any go..1 applied one of the depositories depitt.quitclaim public sale: Provided, That if any lot 1 offered and

t I. |!fireli3c.l in Now Ortarald: : .,ftf'l l on low to Mr. Fowle, at Boston more. He deed conveying the right title interest and bid off on the lat day of the public sale,shall not

termt.v IltCHE LXUrNIEHGER; Vegetable Pills. has taken ffeen-ptheuQ.dolar which has claim of the United State* to the property describe! be thus paid for, the same may be entered at private
An.u-t '> f; remo\'e in the bid and for will be executed and sale upon paying to the United States, the
; 1. Truth is iiil' :ity, and in this case has the humor frtl eyes and hearing and now paid ac sum at
I - ; appears to be cured ai.d radically so. I verily believc knowlege by the Solicitor cf the Treasury free of which it was bid off, and to the owner of the improvements .

: For Sale. Prevailed all this latter trouble might have been avoi.lo al the purchaser. Such conveyance will the previous! ascertained value thm-

I lIE well known and fertile tract of in Columbia ) PI LLS have from the first been a favorite if I had continue thorough thC use of the Sarsaparilla sent,free of to any post office in the Uni- of."

success of these Pills ia curing in a few T r.Ufh-.ft Florida, known Ian.as JL medicine in the South, but now their consumption was under its influence the first time. ted States,a epne.reu ttd. By the Act of Congress aforesaid, the minimum
(
THE where all othe remedies have failed and Ferry, containing one hundred acre of land cleared), is confined to no section In the North the These are the simple statements of the facts of the 4. No bid wi b accepted unless it shall be satisfactory price of each town lot is fixed at twenty-five dollars,

that, too, in cases of twelve anti eighteen months and at this time in a fine Mate for with East and the West, a well as beyond the Potomac : case, and feel it my duty lo make thoje facs knownto to Slicitor. whether there shall be one and of each out lot. at twentv-five dollars per acre
S c'Jti''ation.. in Europe, South .America India, and the'e.t Indies for the benefit of those bids RICHARD". YOUNG,
landing-warrants the ascrton. that if taken according all the necessary for of the the publc. may be or more property.
huitdino.
to the directions, they arc a certain cure.- farmer: such as Dwelling House, {Kitchen Meat they are known and appreiate. The demandfor manner: feeling a full conviction the 5. Before bidding ail 1 person are requested to Commurioner of the General L Office

,' A long list of certificates in proof of their infallibility House, Store Room, with all other for the them has no parallel of medicine, cure has been etele solely from the effect of this make themselves acquainted with the situation val- June 5, 1547. 46

a.. : might b- added, bit those upon the directions use of nero house Also good tuilding Cribs. I I and it may be said of their advocates invaluable ue. and title of the property they intend to bid for,
\0.. are deemed *u cicnt. Try them and be conyince and a good terry FUt al of which I will sell ]low for .The cry i is still they come !" HANNAH W. BECK, 225 Main st. r a to rely upon their own judgment in bidding. The Savannah Georgian.IN .
I':. :. that they are the most effectual and certm. an cash. l'l'r\IJtl to purchase win do well to a-all Hiwasps of the stomach the abdominal! vis- tt. Button October 13. IS 16.-Then per 0. After the last day for receiving them, the bid
S best remedy ever offered to tne public insure call and examine fur themselves. cere, the literor the st.tem eneraJ', their alternative Sufoll. the above named Hannah. Beck. will be opened in the presence cf such officers of the
S a very permanent and lasting cure. m and tonic prp.rtie a the constitu. and made solemn oath t that the above certificate, by department a shall be able to attend ; and will be announcing the fact that the undersigned lave

UHAOC. STORE, Lowde Co., Ala., > Columbu Fa., August 21,BrCC.CHARLE.. : ent properties of the blood, will produce an immediate her subsrib. and statements therein contained. examined and passed upon aj fast a practicable.Notice .- aoiatf themselves" THE together in the Eito
change, and eventually perform a radical cure. will each Department SAVANNAH .
April 29, 1'S arc r.fort me, b given promptly to person whose
Dear Sir This Notice TESTIMONIALS. JAMES RICE Justice the bid is but others. ,v take this occasion to say to the patrons of that
j Dr. G. A' Tylrr:- :- may certify of Peace. accepted, to no
., .. that after using many preparation for the cure of HF.REBY given that Gore Russ one of the Extract ol a letter from Dr. Waines, of Philadelphia For further paticulr and concu.ivr evidence of 7. The name of the bidder should in all cases,b paper.have and to the been public generly.that arrangement
made
: Chill and Feveraridcicndingsome forty-five dollar IS heirs of the estate of James F. Russ late of the dated Fer-rtiarj 2, I"I'" :-Your Pills are the its superior vlue efcacy. see pamobeh. which \ritten at length and in a legible hand. The outward already it improvementin
in bills, without benefit, I mildest in their ; !and yet most powerful in obtained of Iboul the of the office which appearance, ad that no pains will b
., physicians any procuro County of in the State of Florida, dec'd.. ojfalif.n may b A/elh. jratis. give name post to communications to elevate sustain
of Dr. Fever and at Jckn. their of I have ever met in a and D. for him spared its a a commercial
a box Tjler's Ague Pils. has tin* his petition before ef.cf wit Prepared & SANDS, Drug are to be sent. an cance
". d.la. which me efecualy. afer the of )hintorney.fle the said and twenty year Their acinn on : gUts, )K*) Fulton street, corner William,N. Y. <*. Bids must be sealed and on the outside] paper fill its utrmt-
( make
cure Jud.p Pr.batp County and
: I the chjle, aol hence on the of the blood ing profitable We feel sensibly
,. fufert"ith this '" : : com- for a dotribution of said estate ; and that three impurities Sold al o by LF.WIS& A ns.: e.S in thee words: SEALED ruD Joa S. PROPIR- that to render the mater. mel.
; twelve months. I have known them month Irom the date of this notice evidently very surprising. & CATLIN.'Pensacola,F B. IVIHTING.St. Marks. TY ; and addressed to the Solicitor of the Treas Georgian a piper
l'lit use he
S \ in thirty cases and not a single box .failed. I an order for a distribution. "il ask for Extract of a letter from Dr. Henry Hall, ol Quebec and by Druggists generally throughout the ury. Washington D. C." a the growing interests and population of cur State
: o., to be the very bed and most safe and certain B. F. DENNARD L.. C. March 0, 1'I 11 :-.}'or billions fevers States. Unite y. Form of a bid, guaranty, and certificate : and City require, I direr sity of later mutt be expended -

"1 '. cure for aue and fever that can be u ,and un Attorney fcr sick headaches, for pidity of the bwelt. and en- Price, $1 per bottle. Six bottles for $.">. 1, tesidingat ,intheconntyofin upon it; such we are dearmine to farnrsb.
Petitioner.
We shall strive
... entailed as a tonic restorative in all debilitated condition June 12, 1M7. 47 3m arzcment of the 1.I'l'n.; Dr. Pcler' Pil. are an ex {th: The public UP respectfully requested to re the State of hereby offer the United State readers,and while to make its pleasing to a

of the sy.tfin. E. MVERS. --- cellenl medicine. tntmber that it is Sand, Sarsaparilla that has ben the. sum of dollars in cash for their right title. our hurnb1rt shall bf
t .:. Price $1 per box, with full directions. For sale Bar and Billiard Room. For sale by LEWIS &AMES, MILES NASH. and is constantly achieving such remarkable cure o interest, and claim to the property described in num- to the great principles open tM r the
.' at Talahuue. Fla. by LEWIS t :AIIES MILES EDWARD BARNARD.MayS the rnostdifficult class of diseases to which the human her in the printed advertisement of the Solicitor party has planted lseJ.and b eying these principles -

SACU. BARNARD and on enquiry will MONTICELLO FLORIDA. 1'17. 42 Cm frame is:subject; therefore ask for S ndi' Sarsaparilla : of the Treasury upon the terms and conditions freedom to be and perpetuity of our national.
lie found in all the towns and villages South and TIn undersigned respectfully informs his friends ----- ,and take no other. therein mentioned; and I hereby in consideration the advancement of our national welfare

.4 0 '. \\'et. 1 t the ptiUic t that he has opened a BAR AND Jefferson CountyTAX Deembr 12, ISlfi. 20 ly of the premises agree, in case my bid therefo with, views we shall and studiously! avoid all rude collisions

May S, IS17. 4 Cm BILLIARD ROOM in Monticello. on the West side COLLECTOR'S: SALE. shall be accepted by said Solicitor, to deposite that opinion antagonistic to our own.-
., of the public sl"are. for their a accommodation and Chewing Tobacco sum, in lawful money, in of the To render our paper the firm bat dispassionate exponent
: New solicits their patronage. His BILLIARD TABLE is BY virtue of authority vested in me by law, I !lat mentioned in said advertisement ont, within depositories of democratic principle, the calm yet trn-
Orlean'Tye Found expose for sale, before the Court House i SUPERIOR article, in half lumps for thirty days advocate of
one of the most pound flinching Southern toe vehicle
AND approved pattein,aid i is in excellent A after my bid shall be accepted and notice thereof instittions.
: :'e PR'FR'S "UR ISIG i order. His 1 RAIl: i is stored with the best i Jlfnes Uquor Monticello Jf.r..n( County, on the sale by BIRCHETT! &LINDENBERGER. sent to me by mail. of amusing and all

S. .''. 17, Canal itreet Jlvtr. and Cigars.: also t variety .of CONFEC P r. l .MflniLiy!in; Ocfaler ncit, July 3, 1547.- SO 1S47. proper 8nbjet'whethe of 1e. ftentare. o

THE undersigned beg leave to announce to Pub TIONARY. liHotii be opened at hours, the following property so much thereof a' wil Date received,!guarantee- to the United States general information ; in a wor. .
; her. and Printer.that they hate established day and evening; stric attention to J buincs |>aj the State and County Taxes due thereon for the Notce. the performance of the ab.ve undertaking by the come visitor at once to the and the me-

'. a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in this and a desire to |please, he hopes to give len 1S1C \'iz : /pIlF. firm of I II. &. Co."and I Kirksey signer thereof, in case his bid be accepted. ,the student and the famer. be our constant -
.. ... .. city. The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut too isfaction to his cu t"lef. Call and see lenfrals1t. E I. S E 4. Sf-o. 2'!'. T. 1 I. R. 3. N &F. S acre. &Seward" i is this d.iy dissolved by mutual con Dated 1S47. endeavor; and if, in addition to this, we shall

; order by workmen of long experience and, as no S. J5. BARRINGTON. NF.J.Nnj 1, .r t!, T. I. H. rt, N F. sent. James Kirkscv i is authorize to settle all bu I certify that the above guarantor is resposlble! tot be enable by extending our circulation through the

; : expense was .pae to obtain the hand.oUufaces Monficrllo, May I I. J".j N'.V .NW,." 3i. T. 1 I. R. .1, N & K:, JO sine** connected with the lame. the sum mentioned in the above bid. interior, to strengthen the ties which bin our beloved -

;. and to perfect every resplc.e will venture to --- ---- NW ,SEl." 2'. T. I. R. 3. & }:. 40 James Kirksey will continue the business at the 10. Plats of the lands at Boston can be seen at .the State and City together, and secure that

say it "i be found as :' if not the handsomest Notice. SF.jSW4, 2c.T. 1 lR. 3N&E, 40 old sfind of Kirksey & "ard. where he will be office af the United States attorney in that onenen of sympathy and feeling t seatral to.tie
b the United Sta'es.'e have also a very I SIX months after.dle. the undersigned. Executor N W 4.N K 4 3-J. T. 1 I. R. 3, N &FB: ) I plcasi-d to receive a continuance of the favors of his city, and in the Solicitor's distric Washington. prosperity of both we shall find our lbs amply

,: ', handsome assortment of Mowers and Job Letter o f the I lest will and testament of Uenj.imi: All in Town"hil I Range 3, N &E.lying in Jeffcnaon old friendsand; those of Mr. H. R. Seward. 11. Bids not performed on ofcE part of the bidder repaid.

j ,. S the latest style to which we would call the alten Chaircs, deceased t. late of Leon. County, will present JAMES KIKSEY. according to the terms specified tle in the above condi To enable ns to continue our present connection,

I tion of Printers before purchum. clscnhere. All his accounts and voucher to the lion"Judge of Pro ITI SIM KINS HANSEL lions, may at the option of the Solicitor, declare however and to do all that we would wish to do in
4 articles manufactured be of a material bate of Leon. County, and make application for let RhfT. and t Col Jeff. Co. Tallahassee, June 2C, J 1S17. 5 null and void.' In all cases where fraud b have the wa of improving "The Georgian," we must
': equal, if not sPrior. to any manufactured at the (ter of dismission a Executor aforesaid. Junc2MSI7. been against the Statesthe may Solicitor look for an incres support from the public; such

': North; and a sl Type| at New York priccs JOSEPH CHAIRES. Executor. }J. 8Attorney. LIT may,prcise executing Unite conveyance,declare the.bid we now solcit an confidently expect.
t : we trust to meet encouragement. Leon Count-, April 3, 18-7. 37 Cm Deaf and Dumb Asylum at Law, invalid? and of no effect. WM. H. BULOC.
We are now tomanufacture HENRY .
:', OF KENTUCKY.
.' and TYPE of any erepare ,with prOmplnC5 RASRG.E Notice. i flonlircllo, Jefferson Connty, Florida, R. I. GLLE.Slcior
D1 ilE subscriber .
f the
a resident said
*
of the
." would also particularly call the attention of Pnn Ix months agent TERMS
after d.le. the undersigned, Administrator attend the Circuit Courts the Middle :
& Institution,oilers for sale,in li-actt, and WILL September 5, 1S47. Ct
'o ters to our LEADS having an entire new set of I of Daniel N Cone deceased late of Columbia terns to suit pt/rrAoxr*,about Four Thousand Acresof upon ,and of the County of Columbia of the THE DAILY GEORGIA U published in Savannah,
moulds, by which we are enabled to furnish a per- County Hast will his final Eastern Circuit.Florida. at Ten Dollars
; Forida. present LAND situated in the county Jackson, i in the DR. J. REESE'S per annum, payable semi-annoaty,
& ..,. lee article. We are also Agents for the sale of the account and Judge of Probate for State of Florda. Also, to Monticello, August 22, 1946. : in advance; or Six Dollars for six months.
to Locale, a
I Napier Washington and Smith PRESSES, which Columbia County and ask 'for a discharge.WILLIAM limited extent. tl.c Righ LIVER DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. THE TBI-WEEXLT GEOBGIAIT, for the country.'
:: together with Chases,Cases,Composing Si I icks.Fur CONE. Law Notice. &
Adm'r. The above lands selected published to meet the arrangement of the mam,
suture, Ink, and every 1 other article require in the Blount'" Ferry IX F., May 2'J. IS 17. 45 Cm an judge were and at an early) date by "PERSONS feeble constitutions and those of seL three times a week, (Tuesday, Thursday, and Sitir-
.', :: Printing business,will be kept on urni b-. ------ the experienced finest in the are believed to be amongst t BROCKEXBROUCJH & deotary habits, are often troubled with habitual ,day.) at the office of the Daily Georgian and con-
ed at manufacturerprice. Notice. county. MAXWELL costiveness, which often exerts unfavorable *
a loins
all the
s. C. II. very intelligence, Commercial,Political IB*
J ,.1 Editors and Printers winning to establish a Newspaper SIX months aftrr date the acting; Executor of the 'Rtnt of J)DUPONT. D. _f. of A'y. WM. II. BROCKENBROUGH wi return to}lo-. influence upon their general health which is particularly Miscellaneous, including new Advertisements pub'
Office will be
;. or Job Printing furnished with will alt testament of Arthur Hijrney Sen.. Quincy June 12, 1 1SI7. 0 in time to attend all Courts of the by i irregularity, i not total loss of liaised in the Daily Paper.
,t an estimate in detail forthe sameby staling the size d.cea. wi make application to the Hon. Judge ly Middle Circuuitand Jackson and Franklin Coun- appetite. In this condition of system, this ar- This paper u sent to all parts of (he Slate aiid

.;f (it the paper, or the particular style and quantity. of Leon County for letters of di!missioias.Executor ties in West Florida B. &. M.! will also attend the tide is confidently recommended with the a.surincetbat. Union, or delivered in the city at Five DoDars fl?
,. work to be executed. of estate OABINEJVIAKING.DA.TIOIV if the dose is properly adjusted so not to
S laid Supreme and Federal Court Their time will be a annum ; or at Three Dollars for six months.
I .'' fjcj-: The proprietors of ne\vspaper who wi pub July 17._ 1SI7 ___ r,2 fm devoted ,exclusively lo the legal profession and! move the bowels too actively, relief ma; b relied THE WEEKIT GEORGIA is published every PUt
six and
: lish this advertisement months
." ,. paper LYNCH. claims upon without any or even the least con- day ajnernoon
a for the unpleasant at Three Dollars all
&. States attentiverosecution annum- pay
per
.& to our office will ba paid for he advertisement Dr. J. H. Scales
weekly HAVING bought the entire stock and interest t of ,. of which have been made sequences resulting ftym the use of common purga- able in advance.
'. six times the amount of advertising arranement
by
tive medicines resorted
purchasing to.
ti.p SURGEGON DENTIST Wlrnkr in the Cabinet Shop arc irs \ahinlon. usually Savannah, Ga., August, 1S47.
.:.: bill in 1)p. return toTjllahawc. about the 20th ind., prepared to dj of work in that line and I : 31 Persons subject to Bilious!Cholic may rely on tb
GREEN & CO. WILL I
I .,. a f ,weeks.. His Room is at Dcmilly's hope the patronaze heretofore given f to the shop will preventivf properties of this medicine by using it New Style of Shower Baths
t. Jon Cm 17 Canal St. Row.
l's17. 49
I. the first intimation of
2/ an approaching attack. There
; Ladies waited upon at their residences. h lontinue. Their cxpetience in the business Blacksmithing-,Horse-shoeing-. liab.'e: be had at the Tin Manufactory, which ire
constitutions
are some to regular of CAN
_ ::1 : July It). IP 17. M ther in saying they can give satisfaction. atack
to
Boot and Shoe Making: __ ____ They execute their ,k lillious Fever every fall; to such use of and such as every perron ought
well, and to dis.pose amot have
\01 are willing undersigned has made to insure health
weather.
: "1 Middle Circuit.IN of it on reasonable TiE arrangements to carry this medicine beginning to use it during hot
ncer.igne.bningpurcbedtbe a terms as other work. the recommende. June
any BUSINESS in all 12, 1547. 47
U X LACKS1UTH'S b the middle of
in the
? I enlre materal. & JEFFERSON: CIRCUIT COURT. men State. branches. y frt June
attention
I. h3 to Horse-
Rzurei.Dwbois i about March Those whose digestive are feeble often
the organs
State 20,1S17.
exerience
,. '5 $ .:. .I- respectfully informs his leaving( and the Nathaniel Pearce, 1 35 hoeing, an fel. confident that he ran give satis- > a sense of fullness, weight and SOO Pieces Calico.

}. t public that he is at at the ritn. where r*. Attachment forE Choice Winea and action any who may favor him with their work abut the stomach after will find oppression this medi OPRING and Summer Prints, choice patterns,j issI
present
Liquors. eatng.
-- be is prepared to execute all work in his line with ( Ablon and Robert R. $909 SO. in this respect. His shop is in the rear of the City affprd almost 1:D received and for sale by
-i ''tp:4 promptness and He has on band the finest >)dlate Merchantstt ading Assumpsit.Damages T>Y Brig Wakla. from New York we have re- Hotel, aud adjoins the Livery Stable of Messrs. Mite Ladies near their confinement often suffer from L. k H. GREENBERG ft- CO.

..2 1..' of calf skins and despatch.all soils of materia. and will under the name and style of f 2000. low U cei"e following articles, which we will sell he &Brokaw. His p"ic'' wi be very liberal, heartburn t and costiveness: to such this article is April 5, 1847. 37 .__
.L I ; make notice and in the E. Ablon tt. Co. planters othf: repecfuUYllicit. a of public patronage. highly it be
r at short GEN Casks reommende. a can used without the
2 Quarter Cognac DR. J. 8. BOND
defendant HENRY B. F1TTS.
and all others interested are here- Brandy, east ,
p TLEMEN'SBOOTSANDSIIOESot
r t. ,:... tion. soled, olh.rwi.every repaired descrip in TiE no iCed of the institution of the above suit 6 Eighth do do do. June 19, IS41. 49 5t headache it is great bneft.. In sick or nervous /"VFFERS his professional services to the citizens

-., good B.roe.at a chare.. He will warrant b f tUohmvut. and) .r,required to appear and pleadto 1 Cask" Old Port Wine, This article will be found to act as a plersant cor- \J of Tallahassee and surrounding country.
'EJ" b : his work to be equal to any in the place the declaration filed in this case, within the time 2 I Madeira Wine Notice. dial and tonic restoring the appetite, and at Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel.

: !! .. and to gin as good satisfaction as to fitting as any Described by law. 10 1 Pipe Schiedam Claret Wine Gin; SIX months after date, I shall present my accounts same time fulfilling every intention that the th May 29, 1847. 43 tf

other workman. DERTHELOT &-RCIFR. Bxe vouchers to the Hon. A. JudgEof .
; McDnald. are to effect. It
j purjtiv. purely
'41t, ,: .' JOHN LERCH. Attorneys Plaintif Peah Brandy, Apple Brandy, Probate in and for the County Madin, and dale. intene according to the directions teg-, Notice.
Irish
: Msy.R. lSn, 42. 1 May 29,1847.45 31mTlSTARS Whiskey BIRCHETT Malaga Wine. apply for a discharge as Administrator estate wi b found invaluable article,especially to those THE undersigned, Executrix of the estate cf

'I : ( BALSAM OKV1LD CUERRY July3,1647. &LNVENBERGE. of John W.Richardson,late of said County deceased. amide with Dpep.a.Derangement of the Lie. Singleterry,deceased.Ute ol Hanulto
for
: N. III. HIAIITIK, *
VV sale : S. B. RICHARDSON. Gntnl County, notifies all persons holding chums sgu0 *

I, ))1 .: Commluion and Forwarding Merchant, February by'20, .IS 17. LWS&AME. Dwelling House for Sale.A .Madison County May IS, 1947. 43 6m Prepared by Doctor J. Reese Griffin, Pike county, aid estate tp present them,duly autfrenticated.witfn

.( : 101 Poydras street, Jeorgia and for sale by appointment atE the time prescribed by the Jaw; and all J1 ",
SMALL comforl bletwelling) House forsale at Medical Notice. DAlARD, Jr-s., ndebted to said estate are required to make paja*
\ NEW-ORLEANS LA. Notce. ri. Montcelo. Jefferson Ccnntv, adjoining Judge Drug Store.Tallahassee, without delsy. ANN ELIZA PENSMOR&

e1, ;; BUYING. SELLING RECEIVING! AND FOR. SIX months after of the It will b sold on time to suit DR. R. W. FISHER DANIEL LADD. Newcrt. July 17. 1847. 58 2mnSnpeflorret
I :1, : amended to with promptness. of William B. Kilpatrick. deceased, -will urchasers.. Apply to .
.. .t ,. : Kerens TO present his accounts and youCher to the Honorable July 3, 1847. 50 J. R FORTUNE. OFFERS his professional services to the public. Montclo., for Sale.

r ,''i ...5 Jiro. VV.'AaarLC, LATHt.MkBAav, Judge ot Probate of Count. and ask to be at Hickory Hill, the residence cf George HARDY BRYAN BOXES of Clar* for Sale.

r!, : BuICK. S.t &fillLCT. discharged I Administntnrt CORN AND PEAS 'for sale. Apply to H. Fi"her. Agent for Thomas county,Georgia 5 .
;. December 5. l5d. 2 July 17, 1917. b-i Cm 3. IS 17. 5 J. H. f'ORTUNE July 17, IS 17. 53. May 22. li-. \\ > July 10, IS 17. 31 J. H. FORTUNE

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