The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
May 22, 1847
Publication Date:
Weekly[Nov. 11, 1837-1848]
Weekly[ FORMER 1831-Oct. 15, 1837]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Oct. 18-Nov. 4, 1837]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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).
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
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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Be it eniieted b y the Senate and Howe of Ilrpi BY SIBLEY &DYKE TALLAHASSEE, MAY 22 1847. VOL. XVIII.-NO. 44. ing that city the leer blor, passing be.* t

ttnlatiMi afthc l'nitd States vf Amenta in Con- tween parallel canal and of .

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the > te ae<> Alabama and MI c.. IPI;>I the eitirigcompacts be R lfrc. That the President of the Unite States By the President If the United States of. AETICU IV. on the 24at ef lSi% by law approve in all \.orh the purpose of guarding the eh.

with those State with regard to the five devices, to reutt; to cause sword. 8uitlhe A PROCLAMATION I absence of the heirs, the same care respects the sid Otuber. with the I era road from Puebla.

per !cent, fund and the Uhrfol rHerntiof'H approved Major General presented to and Major General jutlfr. Whereas a Contention between the United States of .hl b taken, proYi.ionaly.of such real o personal however, that the first annual instalment conition.thirty TUK LI OF TEZCTCO.

Fet.rlr twenty-sis, eighteen hundred and Tviiggs, Bngad Hcnuerson.ter General Woith to and Brigadier Brigadier General General America and His Majesty the King of Saxony was property a b takn in a like case, of prop thousand dollar on account of the principal of tbe This lake commences on tbe right of this .
forty- \, to the lme are hereby ntelldl 10 a Quitman concluded and signed at Berlinby their respective erty belonging to nati.e of the country, until debt recognized and to which the second article road tbe
in of the theey. near into
to enable the State oT Alabama to loate a quantity testimony high sense entertained on the fourteenth day of May, the lawful owner or the person who has a right to relate, begin from the 1st of January, city, which its waters are
of land in my of the State* or Territories equal to duct in by Congress Monterey of their gallantry and good con Pltniptentiarif hundred and lorty.fve. which sell the same, according to article II,Day take measures 1546, and the interests on this annual sum according carried by a canal, the laUAr serving also to

the quantity now due to the inhabitants of the townhi9 Rrtolttd storming, That the President of the Convention, being in the English- lau to receive or dispose of the inheritance. to article III,should be calculated and paid from the drain the gutter, &c., into the lake. The so
within the ChicLasair -ion within raid State: Unite States es, word for word as follows: ARTICLE V. 1st eif And lake is
ss gU : a and
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further long
Poit. That they shall b made subject to the b requested 10 present a sword" The United States of America on the one pat If any dispute should arise between the different tion JanuT.IS2 wbreuthu&idCoD1D cle larg. very irrego.
and limitations the act the title of devices to the nearest male relative of Brigadier and His Majesty the King of Saxony on the claimants to the same inheritance, they shall be decided duly aforesid and the ratification theef of bn la shaped basin and containing nti

which has been cited, as far as the lame be ap. General lamer, and to communicate. to him the deep part being equally desirous of rIo\'ing the restric in the last resort, according to lie laws and same rtifed.were exchanged in respective the city of Lima on the thir. merous small islands and covered brmjriada

rli *!le. ) regret whose which Congress feels for the loss of a gallant I lions which exfit in their territories upon (the acqui- by the judges of the country where the property is ty-first day of October last, by Albert G. Jewett on of wild ducks. The depth of water varies i

ApPROYL', March 3. 1'47.- man affection! of name a gratetul ought to live in. the recollectionand sition and transfer of property by their rt&pti\t citizens situated the part of the United States, and Manuel del Rio on with the season ; in the rainy month the basin
(ounTry.R have screed to ARTCI.E VI the of the
ancsubjectl part Republic of Peru : is filled and then
neoh. it
That the President be req'iested to cause the assumes the
.olZM. of the
fPcBL'C-No. tf \1 convention shall Now apperance .
] ations purpose. present therefore, be it known that I, JAMES K. of
AN ACT to" amend an act infilledn act to pro the foregoing resolutions to b communicated to Central For the attainment of this desirable object, Ihe be obligatory in respect to property already inherited POLK, President of the States of America, a large lake. Being the receptacle of all

ride (o the better organization of the department ArPRonD Ta>lor. and March thr ueh 2, i.rrBLcSn. to the army under his President of, the Unittd States of America has conferred or bequeathed, but not )e withdrawn from the have caused the said Unite and the modifica : drainage from the city, i is very filthy. 4

of Indian Affairs," and an act entitled "An art to full powers on Henry Wheaton their EmoyExtraordinary country where the same is at the signature tion thereof to be made publc. to the end that the canals from the city passes through it, Te by .
regulate trade and intercourse with the Indiantribes.anI and Minister Plenipotentiary at of this contention same and article
every thereof, be observed its
waters five six miles in
[ Ila'j may or southeast du
to preen e |>cac on the frontier,"ap "] Court of his Majesty) the King of Prussia, and hu I ARTICLE VII. and fulfilled with good faith by the United a
June thirtieth eijrntfcn hundred and thir- A RESOLUTION to refund ant' to the State jesty' the King of Saxony hJ|>nn John De Mmckttitz, I! This convention is concluded subject to the rtt.ation States and the_ citizen_ ___ thereof._ ____ rcction, to the small for Cha'co.'! at the ez.
pre, tnd for other which hue supplied vclunti'ers ar.d furnished I hem his Minister of State, Lieutenant General, Envoy Es.tranrdinary of the President of( the United States ot In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand treme margin of the basin in that direction.

I Be it enacted by the purpS .f Represent transportation during tl(present war before being and Minister Plenipotentiary at the said i'a, by and with the advice and consent of their Sen.tie and caused the seal of the United States to af This canal is used for in. -
a tieet of the Untied Statet nntl"rtl tf_ rt i" Convcs mustered States and re<' -i\-into the service of the United Court ; who after haying exchanged their laid full and of his Reval Highness the Duke of Na'au. fix'd. b to the city, and for transporting excursions produce in

attembled. That the limits of each luI rinTtD- power, found in du.and proper torm, have agreed aid the ratifications thereof shall be exchanged at Done at the City of Washington, this eighth day dolas. pleasure gone
Jtetoleal, bit and fleece of KPDI
and ub-agericv Khali} h Sr"atr eiien- the articles within the term of twelve months fr'm the of I
dency aijen'v he"tab'liswd ) to following : JJr1in. January in the year of our one
Satires ofthe United Male Jlmenca Lrd. __ .
the &-crelary of War, other b\' IribM eo raphi- of in congrsssassembled ARTICLE the signature hereof or sooner, if possible.Jn rlEA I.;] thou_"., i..a..s mow ? LAJt' '
That the S'rttaJ of War be, and he i I witness whereof th of the of the Like all other Mexican this has walls
cal oundanf: and the "uotrinttndentl. a tnt and Every kind of t droit d'albainl droit le rrtraite and retptclive plenipotentiaries Independence Unite State cities
hereby authorised rfuilf to ra'i-e to be refunded have signed the above articles as well in Englishas the seventy-first and houses of itb
sub-agents lb be furnished with of'ei for the droite de detraction or tax on emigration, is hereby stone, w roofs, &c. ; it is
transaction of public business and agents and to the several t.tM. or mdmduals for s.-rvi- and shall I remain abolished between t the two contract in German,1M hate thereto affixed their seals JAMES K POLK. well paved ; a gutter four feet wide

"ub- ents with house for their rrsid.mcl at the 1 ce* rendered acting under the authority of any States ing parties, their States citizens, and subject, res- Done in triplicata in the city of Berlin, on the By the President : through the of each passes a
of the United Sta'ei; and with the absent of the amount of expenses incut nb)" ttWI inuraniz- twenty-seventh day of Mat, one thousand eight hundred JAMES BtcHA! WAv, Secretary of .Watt.i centre street, covered by
the cxpel.s Indians be permitted to cultivate much portionsof inCt subsisting and tran"porliTlllnTc'r previous pectitely.) ARTICLF IIWhere afid forty-six in the seventieth year of the Independence broad flag stones, removable at pleasure. All
land the President to their being mustered and received into the service of the United States of America, and the i the gutters are drained into the canal
as or Secretary of War may on the death of any persop holding real 6 l or lake. ,
mal deem proper of the United Stat'for the pre-ent war,and ft( subsisting property" within the territories of one party, such real urti nth a the reign of his Royal Highness the Duke Ij I & a The city has many large and strong churches '
troop in the service of the United States, ,
2. And be it further enacted. That the twentieth I property would by the laws of the land descend ona of Nasar.1lr.NW and other
CITIES AND building converted into
without waiting for to be made from the TOWNS BETWEEN VERA CRUZ great easily I
fecfion of the Aft to trade and intercourse d.uctilnl [ s ]
regulate citizen subject of the other, were he not disqualified I "
pay of said vol ntNr! OTTO WILHELM CARL VON nOrUlR.: AND MEXICO fortresses. If its wall were repaired and
with the Indian tribn to preserve peace by alienage, or where such real property has [L.s ]
on the front;ers, apJrovt JII'le hirtith, eighteen APPROVED: March 3, lb-17. been devised by' last "il and testament to such ciTizen And \\erti' the said Convention. has been d\1y mounted with cannon, and well garrisoned, it

hundred and tllrl.our. std the same is hereby or subject: he tie allotytd a term cf two ratih' parts and the respectite ratifications CITY OF .JALAPA. could make a formidable resistance (o bescigen. -

.3 lmnde. that in addition left the fines thereby im- j A RESOLUTION rpBLC-for lighting with.] the : years from the death.of such person-which term of the sane were exchanged at Berlin, on the thirteenth This city stands on very elevated gronncl During the festival days which are very .
Capitol of
posed any person who shall sellexchange or barter gas be reasonably to d.y October one t thousand e::git hundredand
and Calitollrolnr may prolonged according circumstances -j fort ond.n] Envoy Fxtra- yet for many miles the ascent is quite gradu numerous, the haciendas, fur 20 or 30 miles
give or dispose of. any ,iritu.liquor or wine to an -to sell the and to withdraw the i>ro i ) six,by Andrew J !
Indian in the Indian country, or who shall introduce Jtexolred, by the Senate 'li Ilouir; : of Representatiretofthe ceeds thereof without fame molestation, and exempt from tdi nary stud Minister Plenipotentiary of tile United From the city Vera Cruz visible as is alsothe around, send into the city not less than 10,000

or attempt tf introduce any mrittunu. liquor or wine I That United Main America in Congress al dute of detraction on the part of the government States, "aid the Colonel 1 ant Chamberlain Otto Wil sea, ninety miles distant. The city itself I mounted peasantry of the bctter.clasx, most
o" d. the Secretary
lb/ of the Senate and the
tbe Iiidi country', such helm Call Von Rotder, etc., etc.. Minister Residentof '
into in except may Ita i ia hill in the horsemen.
centre expert
ulllel. Clerk of the House ot Representatives l authorized respective It.ARTICLE upon a high -highest so They are courageous, and
be nece* ary for the officers of the and li III his floral Highness the Duke of Nas zn, near the
and directed to with that the streets incline considerably so much skilful in the use of the lance lasso and '
contract James for ; ,
I ma.
the troops of the ltr\ict. under the dirtiol of the Crutchc.t Citizens of each of the I Got eminent of Prussia, on part of their respective -
or contracting t.e
l lighting the Capitol and Capitol Tilt subjects! I' that wheeled vehicle cbete which is and
War D i>artment. such person on conviction thereof round"ith parties shall hate power to dispose ol their personal Govenment!: so no can pass along any a large heavy knife.-
before the priper ditric court 01( the United States solar gas light : Provided, That such contract can be property within the States of the other by testament, Now therefore, bt it known that I, JAMES K. of them except the main street or road which Nothing more would be necessary than for the

shall in the former case subject to imprisonmentfor made upon and Cleik terms deemed and that reasonable by the said Secretary donation, or otherwise ; and their hens, btinl citizens POLK, President of the Cnite States of America, has a considerable! rise and descent. The padres to go forth into the street of the principal

ter case a period not eireedme rot exceeding one v two year,as"ear shall end be in prescribedbv the lat thousand five hundred a sum dollars not be exceeding and the same seventeen -' succeed or subject to their!of said the personal other contracting property w party shal 'I to have the cawed end that the tbe said same,\ and etery to,be clause ma''e and public article -, city is surrounded by a wall, and has a stronglybuilt cities, particularly Puebla and Mexico,

th court according to the extent and criminalityof is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury testament or ab intestate, and may take possession thereof, may be observed and fulfilled with good church near the western gate which elevate their crosses, and appeal to the bigotry .

offence And in al prosecutions arising under not otherwise appropriated, to car the said thereof, either by' themselves or by others acting lorthem. faith bv the United States arid citizens thereof could be converted into a citadel. The streetsare of the population, to rally an immense force 4'.

this section and the twentieth section if contract into dlec ,and dispose of the sane at their "- In witness: whereof I hat hereunto set my hand paved. The houses in other Mexican of bold, active and desperate men, who would

the act to regulate trade and intercourse with the Indian I ArmoyiD, Mach 3, 117- ing such duties only a!the inhabitants of the countryhurc and caused. the seal of the United States to b affixed towns, are of stone, with a flat roofs and iron make fierce resistance to an invasion. And ,

tribes June and thirtieth to pretirte, eighteen peace hundred on the frontiers and thirty,approved [1tELtC-XO.
A RESOLUTION concerin tht of additional in the of Lord tbousEAL of the road is hill from which the road ation, bv the hand of .
four, to which this is an amendment Indians slll purchase ARTICLE IV }*ar cur one Ilef a so many einert mur.derer
be competent witne 4P. land for the use, of the United states armo- In cast of the ribs nee of the heirs, the amp care [ ,] and eight i 1lndrtd and fortt-seten and c might be annoyed, and shells thrown into the *, would soon make fearful inroads on
at Ferry
Sec 3. ,-r be it fuithrr fact d, That the eli-i. ries Rttolred Harper's, by the Senate Sprin2idd. shall be taken pre-yisioriallv. of such real or personal the Independence c the United States town ; the road is a handsome and substantial their numbers.
enth (. the "Act to for the btiteror- Jirjirrten- would be taken alike of the set .
provide enh"frst.
property a ID case -
tat ice*of the ZL'nztedStatep property structure of and must
of oin chequered
.f"" CUl&' JAMES K. POLK. pavement
pnizition of the Department ot Indian Affair, approved belonging to the of the country', until .
June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and. thirty- atstntbM' That the aflit of Ci.ncress bo and is th<. lawful or the fitn"f person 1.0 has a right to j I By the President : have been very costly. The city is to be immediately From the -Mobile Reguter and Journal. 4
four he and the Fame is hereby so amended hereby given to the purchase of a protl the use of the United Slates sell the same, according to article II. rosy take measures Sectetary occupied by our troops, LATER FROM MONTEREY. 1
that all annuities or other money and all good armorit Harper's to receive or dispose! of the inheritance. the headquarters General Scott till he takes
pulated: bv" treaty to be paid or furnished to anv Indian I Fein and and to I t.t appl itat ion lo thatpjrpose I I ARTICI \". E lYle President of the United Stales of America. The schr. Heroine arrived at Xew-Orieans
: of so much of the for his march for the Halls of the Montezumas.
sums appropriated
trite, shall: at the discretion ol I the President or : and repairs I, If any dispute should arise between the difTtrent A PROCLAMATION up on Thursday, from the Brazos. The Delta
Secretary' of Wai, instead of bnng paid o\er to the impr'"erl and armories new machinery by the y\at approved I harper'sF'erry claimants to the same inheritance, they 11al be decided Whereas a CUntr.tion between the tinted: States ol FCROTE A:D ITS CASTLE. contains a letter dated Monterey, April 4, from -

chiefs, or to such persons as Ihd' shall dei< natp, be Au ust eighth prinfde, eighteen hundred and fortyix, as according to the las and bv the judges of the America and the Republic of J'eru was concluded, At the base of a high mount, bearing the which ue make the following extracts : -

divided and raid over to the } of families and the estimates show to have been intended for the pur- conntry where the property) is ituate. and signed at LIma,''by their respective Penipotentianes : same name, some distance from the road on "Three the Alcalde
other individuals entitled to rr days Priest of
paf tiopate ARTICLE Vi.All ago
Iertin. seventeenth day of March, in the
chase of lands and on
building (for armories.
the left is cluster of houses with church
with the consent of the tribe be applied Sid a a small town 20 miles distant
purposes APPROVED, March 3, J"PtBLtCXO.4'. the stipulations of the present contention shallbe year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and a some on the ,
a will bed promote the happiness and prosperity ibligatory in respect to pnperty, already inherited forty-one, which Convention is word for word, as called Perote. Opposite, on the right of the road to China, came in and reported to Gen.
of the members thereof, under such regulations devised but not withdrawnfrom road and it in direction
[ 10] or hCueathtd. yet follows: commanding every Taylor the murder of 24 Mexicans, at Gualo-
.shall be prescribed ly the Secretary' of War, A RESOLUTION the wh4rt same is situated at the The United e.f America and the Republic the castle. It is flat
authorising the employment the State Itands upon a sandy plain, a small rancho about six miles from Ra-
not inconsistent with existing stipulations this contention pa
treaty United States Macedonian signature ot of Peru, desirous ol consolidating permanently the
ships and Jamestown ( built ofatone encircled
in strongly by a deep dry
And no such annuities, or moneys, or Jo.lhal b ARTICLE MI good understanding and friendship now happily existing mus. The murder was committed, they say,
transporting for the of
pros ions
paid or dilTribute to the Indians they arf Ireland and Scotland famishing poor This convention .hal b rlft by the President i between the parties have resolved to'arrange fosse or ditch. The main entrance is by going by a party Americans numbering about 20,

der the infuelle any description of intoxicating Resolredby the Senate anl How of Repre#enta- of the United by and with the advice and terminate their differences and pretensions by over a chneaux de frize by a stile descending and was done io the night. The murdered -
lquo nor there are pood and sufficient reas and consent of their Snatf. and by his Majestythe means of a Convention that determine exactly twenty-five th-; .*-- first t
tires of the United Slates ofAmepica in Congress shal some or "y men were mad* prmnerniJ '. ..* -a.
the oflicers and agents whose duty it may be King of Saxony,and shall be ex"4. of Peru to tb .
fo assembled That the of the Navy be and he the respousibilitiee respect to the bolfom pf the lose, and thence to wards all shot their heads. The
to mate such payments or distribution, for believingthat Sretry chan M.t Berlin within the term of eighteen months of certain citizens of the United States against her : murder
there is any of intoxicating liquor within i. hereby authorize. at the disposal of Captain from the date of the signature, or sooner if possible And with this intention the President ol{tbe Unite gates, which are on a level with the bottom. is said to have been committed on the 23thult. '
lrif '
of New
convenient the Indian, nor until the States Ger ship e Maced the Jersey In faith. of which, the respective plenipt'ntiarif States has appointed James C. Picket. Charge The population Perote is estimated at eight On the same night (the 23tb.) a train
fur of
chiefs and headmen of the tribe shall have pledged to the '>man of Irtland purpose and transporting Scotland- hue signed the above articles, b< sires. of said States near Peru, Excellency thousand souls ; it is a fide little city, the of loaded wagons, escorted by 200 infantry,
themselves to all their influence and to make all famishing; poor English and have thereto aILed their seals of Peru has
use I the President of the Republic appointedDon houses generally of one built of stone
surh contributions are and
as may be made for their about the number of horse
exertions, to the introduction and sale relie; in in the ol Berlin the 14tl. officer of the stor same un.
proper prevent triplicata city, on Manuel del rio, principal Department -
and that the caid also I lone and covered with terraces principal street
of rich liquor in their country' ; and all executory &ntar\; of in the year ot our Lord one thousand eight of Finance,acting minister of the same department ; derthe command of Col. Mitchell, of the 1st. a
place at t Robert B Forbes of
contracts mad and entered into 1-y any' Indian for the Boston, the ht disposal States Captain the o J hundred and forl\-f\e. and the sixty-ninth of the In and supernumerary councillor of State and is remarkably tnt the others are wide and Ohio Regiment encamped at Marin, which

payment of money or goods shall be deemed And heldto "iwn, for the lnitr flop-f-war or if the arm st dependence Stales of America. both commissioners after having exchanged their paved. On a day it is astonishing to is about five miles from the scene of the mur

b null and void, and of no binding effect whatsoever be of opinion that purpose the public; interest Secretary will be HFNRY WHEATON, [I s.] powers base 1".e upon and signed the following see the great variety of the best fruits of Europe der. The mounted men were composed of
SEC. 4, Ami If it further enacted, That from and fubseryed thereby)', re authorized to despatch said And whereas the said Contention has been duly articles : ARTICLE I. and of tbe tropics, piled round the square. U. S. Dragoons and Texas Rangers, under '

after tie thirtieth day of June next one of the clerkships vessel upon the ser\i-e aforesaid as public ships. ratil:ed on both parts, and the, re-pectitc ratifications The Peruvian Government, in order to make full On leaving the Perote you pass through extensive the command of Capt. Graham, of the 2J Dra .

of a thousand. dollars in the office of Indian Af. APPROVED March 3, I"17.Ptni.icNo.. ol the same were exchanged at Berlin on the twelfth satisfaction. for various claims of citizens cl the United plantations of Mague (aloes.) goons. Suspicion rests upon some part of this .

faIt shall be diconlinutd. and that to the salary of [ II.] day August. ,one thousand ight hundred and fort\ States, on account of seizures, captures detentions ('ITOF PtE LA. though no clue has as yet been found f
thief clerk of said office there shall be added the sum six, by Anrew Donelson, Envoy F\tra<.rdmary and sequestrations, and confiscations cf their vesels corps
clone hundred dollars and to one of the salaries <.f A JOINT: RESOLUTION reLtue to the'preparation Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States, and or for the damage and destruction (.t them, of This city is walled and fortified. I is built to discover the guilty. The officer in command 1

a.thousand dollars the sum of two hundred dollars and, presentation and (officers medal, tonrUin I rench,British Chare!Count "ltzhuI de Eckstaedt, Charge d'Af- I' their cargoes, or other properly I at sea, and in the of stone and the streets are well pa\ed. Here -gentlemen, and rigid disciplinarians- .

SEC. : And be i further tnaeted. That in aid of Resolved Spanish, by the Krtia'e and llomr of Rrjrre ntatHHunfthe of his Majett the King of sxony. near the ports and territories of Peru by' order of said Guy eminent waler is abundant, and from the national are using every means in their power to intestigatc I .
the means of India Goternment of Prussia, on the respective under its authority has stipulatedto
now possessed bvl'he' Department S-latts nf Ammru in Cvngretsatxnnbled. part ol Peru or bridge lo this city no water can be obtained ; the matter. .
Affair there be rlt Governments States the of three 1 hundred
tbro'irh Umted
its onramzation : to the sum
eJi.lil,2 the Preside't, of the United Statesis pay Gen. has his the
the natives a beverage. steam
and hereby is tIe' sum of five Ihou.anddolar Now, therefore, be it known that I, JU.IEI K. thousand which shall be distributed among substituting pulque as Taylor got up on -
to .nable 11roprlatf sid DffMrtment under the direction cold hereby and' authorize and requested to and cause suitable POLK, President of the United States of :America, the dolar., the manner and according to the From Jalapa to Puebla there are occasional subject, is determined to have bung every .

of the Secretary ol \\ ar, to ccfllect and digest to the officers.ih'tr and(men to beloncinz L prepared or attached presented to the hate caused the said Contention to be made public, rules that shall b prescribed by the Goyeminent of heights near the road, which, if fortified, might one who, it can be proved, has taken part in .

such statistics and matena's a may iustrl.the French, British and Spanish nhip-of-war in the harbir to the end that the ame and every clause and article the 1'ltc annoy invader In fact from Vera Cruz to this murder. The town where these men f
tnrv the beobserted and fulfilled with faith II
of.the good
condition and ARTICLE
present prospects of Wra Crux, whoso gallantly, and at tbe imminent thef.ol may Puebla this is the ca e- travel being aternatelj !- were killed is but a few miles from the place :
Indian 'rl!ei of the United Stah' by the United States and the citizens thcrlof. The sum of three hundred thousand dollars which
Sec 0, .fa./ be it further enacted. That for the peril of their Il'e aided in rescuing from awatery 'in witness "htreof. I have hereunto set my hand, the Government of Peru has agreed to pay in the preceding over broad, unobstructed roads and where the large train was captured and so

pnrchtse ol presents for the Pan,anche and other Indian United crave States many brie Scm of the.r-. officers and crew of the and cu'c tin seal of the United States tt be affixed article shall be paid at Lima, in ten equal narrow paes commanded by heights. The many wagoners massacred on the 22d of Feb.ruary. .

ef Te\M and the southwestern prario*. promised APPROVED, March '*, 1M7"TREATIES. Annual instalment, of thirty thousand dollar each, road passes through Puebla. The Pueblanos Some fifteen or twenty of the wag.
them in eighteen hundred and fort\.si'. and for Done at the City of Wa'1Iincon. this ninth day ofSeptemberin to Ihe or that gay be pointed by
who that
person character from
have are cunningand oners escaped massacre came
a ; they
the sane object the present tear, the sum of twenty' year our Lord one thou-; the United States to rfei\t It. The first insta1mfnt particular
thousand dollars be and the same i'hereby appropriated [SAL ] sand eight hundred and forty-six. and of the shall be paid on the first day ol January in the tear courageous, and the most expert robbers up in the last train, jet there is no evidence

out of anv' money in the treasury not otherwise Additional article to the Convention for the Independence" of the United States the set- one thousand eight hundred and lurty-fuur, and an instalment and assassins throughout Mexico, where thereis that they were engaged in the Gualopa mur
Provided, That much of this amount surrender enty-first the of each succeeding January offender is .
appropriated: so of criminals between the United States and on frt day no lack of such. If an brought der.
not extinJ one-halfas may be found ntce-suy on France of the Sih of Noy ember, 1M3CO.NCLiriP JUlr. K POLK until the, whole sum of three hundred thousand dollars before an alcalde any where else,and is knownor I passed over the place of the massacre of
a proper settlement of the account of Me-srs Tern : By the President : shall be paid
FEBRUARY 21, 1S45 be Pueblano his condem- the 22d! February a few days and the
ascertained to a ago
and Drothers, be paid to thttn for presents which N P. TRuST, Acting Secretary of State ARTICLE III.
the President of the Unittd Stattt
I they advanced m the year eizhteen hundred and f"r- By of Anerrica. The Peruvian Government agrees also to pay in- nation is sure.Putbla scene is truly the most horrid and revolting
the not the A the President the Slates mentioned of three hundred situated the of a that I have witnessed. The remains of
I tv-mx, War Department hat ins authority Whera. an additional Ide to the Convention for By of r"itel of 1ml'iM. teiest on the before sum is at extremity very ever
I tofurtish them the t-urrendtr of criminals between the UnitedStates A IROCLAMATIOV thou-aiid doarat the rate of four per centum per large plain on the Vera Cruz side ; its population the murdered men, yet unhurried, stripped of
i, .In.t belt further enacted That for compensation : be from the first da of January
SEC of ss-eisl l event and two interpreters for and France of the tll th of ember, 1S13, Whereas a COO"fntiol between the United States annum thousand, to comllh-i and forty-two) and the is estimated at 80,000 souls ; the streetsare every particle clothing, lay upon the plains,
a | was and signed t shincton, by their America and his Royal Highness Duke of Nassau one ( and flesh devoured
concudP tl.4 and wide paved- their by Mexican wolves and
one & to enable the War Department to keep up I interest accruing on each instalment hall be paid parallel, very wel
respective Plentpotentiane the 24th of February was concluded and signed at Berlin, bt' their respective
such a (communication with the Indians a* may be last, which being- in the English Plenipotentiaries, on the tttenty-sctenth with the instalment That is to say, interest shall the houses, built of stone and with terraces buzzards, and their bones bleached in the sun.

i eces iry towards the preservation of a good under- and alltlnillrtide.language, is, for "od. as day of May. one thousand eight hundred and forty- be paid on each annual instalment, from the frst day" and two and three story high, are remarkably The train was a very large and valuable

standitz:: with them and securing peace on the frontier follows: six,which Convention being in the English and German of January, one thousand eight hundred fortytwo. fine. The public place would b one, end stretched out from three to four miles
tie six hundred and fifty
dollars sum and of the tnree came t thousand is hereby out ArrmoNAL ARTCLE languages is word for word, as {.lowl: ARTICLE IV admired in any part of -it forms a in length. The attack was made upon the

of any money b in the treasury not otber"appropriate it appropnted felonious The crime and 01 forcible robbery taking defining from the the same to be cf the another CONVENTION Al the annual payments made on account of the perfect square ; facing it stands the cathedral ; escort, who were in the advance, by a large

> and that the sum of ten thousand doll an be and of goods or money to any value person, by violence For the mutual abolition of the droit d'aulaine ant hundred thousand dollars shall h paid in hue on three other sides are magnificent pa aces. body Lancers. The escort, forty men, un.
tb same is hcrebv appropriated to carry into efet tare o emigration bettreen the United "Otalrafi dollars of the same standard and as those now other for their der Lt Barbour of the I
or putting him in fear; and thecrimeot burglary defining There are many Kentucky Legion, were
tht ., with the Cumanche and other Amt a, and hu Royal Highnett the Duke of coined at the mint in Lima.and the annual paymentsAS
the same to breaking and entering by night There the world all taken and in the
Indian b .\ I'I'auau. well! the accruing interest, may be exportedfrom beauty. are ehurchts prisoners, are now possession

SccvS, 1ni' kit ftuther enieted, That the sum into mansion' and the\ e another, yyith intent included to commit The United States of America and his Royal Peru a free of all duty whatever. more richly and magnificently ornamentedthan of Urrea. The Lancers charged -
of thousard dollars sad the is felony ; corresponding crime ARTICLE V. cathedral of this All tbe chan- down the train and lanced without the
b same hereby ap under the French law in the yyords r'JI qua! fie crime, Higness the Duke Nassau having revolted, for theadvantage the cty. mercy
prorriate out of any mnnev in the treasury not oth not embraced in the second article ol the con of their respective CtIZlM and subjects I There shall not be demanded of the Government deliers and lamps, which are great numbers, wagoners as they ran for their live to the

frwi.e arprolriate and placed at the discretion of \ bins extradition cundudt between the United to conclude a convention for abolition of of Peru any other payment or indemnification.on of the States account are of massive gold or silver ; the dome is in chapparal. More than three fourths of them
the of the
P the of commission of claim
expenses thc the droit d'aubame and taxes on emigration have any citizrnl Initd
now sitting under the treaty. between the United States 1543-it of America is and Franct.the on the 9th of Not'ember between named for this purpose their respective plenipotentiaries | that was p're..ented to it by Samuel I.artd, E wj marble of tbe country, of great beauty and it is thought, were killed-and their bodies

State and the Cherokee Indian of eighteen hundred the high contracting agreed by present artice. namely: the President of t Ihe United States of when Charge D'Aflnresot the United States near Ie. tnt workmanship. There are ten Chapl shockingly mutilated and dufigurrd.
partiC. persons
and thirty-five and six. charged with t hOe crimes shall be respectively delivered ,America has conferred full powers Hrnrt \\ heat- ru But the claims subsequent to those presented richly decorated, and closed each Those who passed the scene a few days af.ter
APYB0YEII. March 3. 1S47 MIt.rn -d to the Government of Peru shall examined -
up In conformity with the first article of said on, their Enoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary < acted hereafter b with an iron grate door of very great height say that some had their hearts cut out and
the ) Conrt of Prussia and and upon
-- at Royal his
convention ; and the present article when ratified by the Duke of Nassau ;his ARTICLE VI. and of the finest finish. This church was fin. suspended upon the bushes, or thrust into their
of Mid convention Royal Highness upon minister -
RESOLUIONS.rPr. the and parties shall have shall the constitute name if a part it had been oticmallv. resident at the Royal Coon of Prussia: Colonel If i* further agreed that t"e Peruvian Government ished in 1909 and is said to have cost 80- mouths ; the eyes ofofher* were dug from their

.,_'__-"n- .At in the same a and ChLmherJin. Otto Wilhelm Carl von Roeder, shll hate the option of paying each annual instal 000,000. There are also many other very sockets, and inserted in the wounds made in

A RESOLUTION t.respecting"p ; the maps J and charts of inertf witness wherecf the respective Plenipotentiaries clas of the Ducal Order of J Hen mont when which it i!due shall with be ordtrl endorsable 01 the in(utom.houst sums to fine churches. i other parts ot their bodies ;-and other mutila.

the of the boundary line of the United have signed the arT idf. in and ry the Lion etc, etc. : who after having exchangedtheir at Callao, cash any in walk is well lions were performed that would make even
.une'V prevent dUllicatt. said full powers, found in due and proper form, amount and receivable in the Treasury as The Almeida, or public very
States of mer.c with foreign tatt. have aff thereto the seal of their arml. of all kinds and of 500 North American blush to look at.
the Senate and Home thin twenft-fourth of February have agreed to and signed the following article: Payment of duties on importations : kerft. It is composed thret alleys ( a savage,
ef Rt./red.Rrprtientattve of ulylt!- State* of Amenta 1S45 Washington AKTICLK I. the orders shall be given in such a manner as that in to 600 feet each) of poplars and other fine Yet these were' committed by Gen. Urrea'smenthe

tit Congress aumlltd. That the Secretary of State J, C, CoLHOUN. [EL. *.] Every kind of droit d'aubaine droit de retraite and rue similar full odt1 value shall of each be at annual a discount in the shall mirki be- trees, and is surrounded by a wall, at the foot regular soldiers of the Mexican ar.
droit de detraction or tax on emigration, is herebyand t. the payment
be directed to be prepared and transmitted A. I'AGEOT of water. There !
to cause [L s ] made to Ihe tho'it of which a fine stream my
shall remain abolished between the two secured and "itto runs
contracting I
to the Exectrives of the several States having boun- And whereas the saidadditional article has been cash the of its due fountains in different Urrea, by last accounts was at Linares
their States citizens and lud paid in at time falling ; partsof ,
good many
dariei number of, duly ratified on both parties, subjects ben are a
with foreign States, a competent parts, and the respective ratifications -
and loss occasioned by discount delay in the few jeis or water expecting re-inforccmenU. It is rumored that
authentic of the settlement of such boundaries of the same were at the City of respectively any o the city, a dcau
and the maps and charts relating thereto, and Panson the 21st day of euhaDe, ,, J5-5. by William ARTICLE II colttion. shall b borne and made good by the Peruvian :I spouts. Few cities in Europe are finer than he has four pieces artillery with nim. Marin u

the evidence thereof in tbe State Dpatment.I I R. King Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Where, 0: the death of any person holding real Govermenl.ARTICLF VII. 1 Puebla ; but much cannot be said of the population Cerrelvo, Mice and China, will all be

AiraoTED. March 1. 1S47 M.Plenipotentiary of the of UniTe Salt. to of France Hi. and property property[ within would the.,by territories the laws of of one the fucb descend real Tins Convention shall be ratified by the contracting which, since the expulsion of the European garrisoned by our troops, \hich will render

Pr 5 q GuiVt. 1Dlte French on the fain part of their Majesty re-- on a citizen or subject of the Other, were he not disqualified parties and the ratifications .ha b uchanje Spaniards, who were by far the moat our communication with Camargo entirely
RESOLUTIONS .LC-No. of Congress to pective Governments.Now by alienage, such citizen or subject shall be within two year been from its date by the President and yossible Senate intelligent and industrious portion of it leaves safe. The troops here are in excellent health
Yin therefore be it known that JAMES K. allowed a term of two to sell the same-which after having approved the and condition.
Major I. year occupants
G"el Taylor and the officer and men under of the United State and by the Congress Peru. a curious contrast between present
his command in the late operationsat POL. President of the United State of America. terra may h reasonably prolonged according to circumstance commissioners edifices The leaves
military have caused the said additional article to be made the proceeds thereof In witness whereof, the repodiye of find private indicating Kentucky Legion on Monday

MonTtt andHovte. public, to the end that the came and every clause and without molestation. and exempt from all duties of have signed the same, and affixed therto their 'eal the highest state of civilization. same for Camargo as an escort to a train. These
the Senate
'ftresentatieeofMe" tnnnimtnulytby Statet of America part thereof, may be observed and fulfilled with good I detraction. De in triplicate March at in the the city of Lima of our Lord seven one may be aid of the whole population border troops have but six weeks to serve, and it iaGen.

I C *greu .*. ,. Unr.thanks of Congress faith by the United Satf and citizen thereof : ARTICLE III ternth thousand day eight o hundred, and forty-one.year ing the road from Vera Cruz to the city.- Taylor's intention, I bear, to discharge

"e due, and are hereby tendered to Major General'clll7Tajlor In witness hereunto set my hand The citizen or nbject of each of the contracting J. C. PICKETT, [1 s.] Time will no doubt correct this. them at New Orleans. I presume they will

his ofcer and men, fo the fortitude and cau the seal of the United State to h affixed. parties shall have tbe power to dispose of their personal MANUEL DEL RIO [1*.] CORDOVA. not return. The Ohio troops have about eight
skfll which property within State of the other,by testament,
enters courage di.lifJlb the donation otherwise and their heirs And whereas the seventh article of the said Convention weeks to serve-their turn will probably come
I snilitryoperationsat Done at tbe City of Washington twenty-fourth or legatees, and A small walled and garrisoned town.throughwhich
_ lee1. biit Mon day of July, in the year of our Lord one donors, being citizens or subjects of the other con- required that the ratification within* of the contracting the road passes. Beyond Puebla! the next. The number regiments whose year

.lZesohef, the President be requested to cause [ ..] thousand eight hundred Horty-five. ar.d tracing party shall succeed to their said personal partie should be exchanged observed two year ) it reaches the mountain of will expire in May or June, now in GeneralTaylors
Tat n which wa not by road is
and date, provision
to of the United State thereof, bythemselves from its good ti
property may possession ]
MTtlruck M < with device,emblematicalof of the independence tak eibe to in tbe ratification rendering between the former column, is thirteen. How their places -
mea owing delay
for Cordova
or by thejn, aid midway
thi'lo t. aytd the presented high to Geni the Ivetieh.J.Ufr K. POLK. of the came at their pleasure acting, paying such dip pariH. exchange impracticable within the time. and the city of Mexico, where the ascent isvery are to be filled I cannot devise-perbapa
J'u1 |
by tti11, and distinguished en eter.aae By the President : I Iv a the inhabitant of the country where the said *tip,ited : And whereas it appear that the duly ; rugged and steep, though without defiles. you can inform us.
CoC or run did
uiios authorities ef the Republic
; .in rondWuted
Slnlr. lie be li.h1f to pat like ca'n-s.
fn th1t m.m.rM,(( J.'M U PrCi'A'SAN.cir'ler, / "f j-fi-rtv .hal




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,. -- ------' but alter bit whole plan ot operations, fnd the The ttata of affairs in Ireland is imprTin. THETLORIDIAf.'X.CT a.
;,4; FnnI I.t JtroiM1tn' cpimr..May':1. pieces of artillery- bronze-which wr lay Some web since a short
is that ho further their worst are now t
with BO no Matters have reached _
,, .. I take and many wi relative to murder which
OFFICIAL. have captured. woul a brigade thell. paper
I than Puebli with his present You. ii In the of hi hD
; 1, : half the mules of( ; army, to transport them'ff States,may think that he has an orerwhelmiig power way of Capt. VU ALOIfC.I ted in Madison County,which closed by CIt
i 1-. The following very interesting despatch Jamestown nder command I 11 C tW
tf : field take for be is folly able to at will the
miles. A battery I shall with him and that rue I I facts connected said murder did
'l'f: from Major General Scott was received at the all the but the truth u, that In the R. B. Forbes, laden with breadstuf for the Wit D I
with the but the heavy metal over country; 22 1847. well for the morals of the Palmetto
army ; Saturday May
::' War Office, by this evening's southern boat. Ifice flare he did rot have hall men ennoh to advance distressed Irish, and which Bostonon CODt:
sie I
be and left here for the frt hw been called. This article i
,0 ": \ fore readers must cteclr present. the of Mexico, nor half transportation Cork on the i
: :; \Ve hasten to lay i! our : upon| capital I the 29th of March, m. givg
We our seige-train and the proper for what he offence to some of our friends o that
ti 0\1 enough even in
( had County
'j UKADQUAPTEHS OF THE ARMV, Alabama 12lh of having made, the voyage fr Why Chance Sot ,
carriages with us. The volunteer going home are 'pri the has been, that
consequence we have
t ., ., lan del Rio, 50 miles from Vera Cruz Being much' occupiedviih: the prisoners and tat and 3d Tennessee Rt Georga. No : teen days. European Times gives We have noticed that democratic papers in various communication on the subject, in which .
t ,.'4. April 19, iS 47. : one ran blamcthera for thin movement. Not only is following account ofthe arrival, and ofthe pro. quartets, are exposing with great success, the gross the writ**
\.t: : t SIR and all the details o a forward movement, their lime oat, but th.'I oat of elothingand out ceedings which ensued : inconsistency of whig papers,, touching the MexicanWar. very sensibly urges that Ihe rice of a few ili'ka]
: : besides !looking to supplieshicharo to comfort which make life should not laid to the
of riTsy of the even carp of thevessel b account of a
I :: The plan of attack, sketched in General to hAt eight o'clock. Dr. Parke, surgeon For instance the Pennsylvanian deals heavy coaUI.
add service reorugh
follow from VcrCrz I have time to no bearable. They hare wen toor for nit)', and that it would unjust to the
;: t, ,t : Orders No. Ill, herewith, was finely execu- more-intending t.) 1 Iw at Jalaps early to.mor. 'satisfy any body of men not intending to make mililarj landed at Cove, bearing despatches blows upon the United Sates Gazette, for its vacillationin his County to include them b all in citizen* if
this gallant liefore two o'clock, p. life a bu.ine., and now are retiring to their the Lord Lieutenant and Mr. Labouchere, regard to General Taylor. The Nashville a sweeping Aeon.
f'.1. ,.. te by army row. Wo shall not, probably, again meet families and with directions elation, when in fact it should directed
their wires consulate
homes to the
fee delivered at
embarrassed chidrfn. which he Nashville b ataa
Union its the
; We quite prostrates neighbor, Whig *
;. ilL, yesterday. with serious this side of Perote- have seeS .
opposition tales
friend, and tell long o "bat they onlyafewofthem. Inasmuch
tij .,. with the results of victory-prisoners of war, certainly nut, unless delved! by the want of and what they have suffered. to have them forwarded a the speedily vessel'sarrival as showing from its own columns that it now violently the writer on this point and a wedonotdjffwdL

: ;: heavy ordinance, field batteries small arms, tho means of lraiif >ortation. Tbrre i i" a rumor that Santa Anna intend attacking possible. On the intimation of J abuses a war, which when it commenced, it : can mot cheerrafl.assure .
: | him
; About 3,000 men laid: the next upward train. which hate heavy being notified to Rear Admiral Sir II. and and that in the article alluded to,we meurf
J 1 and accoutrements. I have: the honor to remain, sir, with high wi thought very right proper even necessary.
of amount in ,specie. It will be a experiment to he despatched an officer to ascertain if O disrespect, slur insinuation, or
usual ro"t Pigott, thing
down their arms with the proportion most obedient servant.WIN The Nashville Whig is not singular in this course. any '
respect, your bin for the will be guarded by a force sufficient ti
wagons and bad against his;
assistance required county a whole.
besides J generals SCOTT. any immediate was ; Most southern of the to which it belongs a nr
fI field and company ofcer8 !1'f FIELD loktcpoir every fire lock in :tiro: papers, party intend 11
] her Maj.esty's invidious of his
1 1: se\'erl of them great dl tmctlon. Pin- P. i>. I invite a'nti'l! to tho accompanyingletter Your,&c., G. w. K. at half past one o'clock on Monday are amenable for the same fault. In their first comparison county "ith .
went out to tow her of the State,we do not think it
4 : I. ',. Jarrero, L Vrga Noriega, and Obando. to President Santa Anna, taken in his steamer Avenger patriotic impulses! -in their first and fresh feelings tie nf'f to cnb.
". K RNIZer.-Lieut. Semmea, of arrival called forth the liveliest sensations Iwh what he on the subject.
::1 l A sixth general, Vasquez, was kl&cd in de- carriage yesterday ; al.-w to .his proclamation: 3TLs1spwin in. Her wounded honor and insulted national pride-in the say \ think
.. f' in the of the : : of the frigate Uaritan, left this city yesterday of joy and gratitude, and thousands upon second thought! he will agree with ,tat
:, ,, lending the battery (tower) rear issued on l hearing that we had captured Vera moment when they were governed by the sure teachings n .
: ,: of which : an of twenty men! lor flocked to the noble ship.A doing injustice to hrs country to make J
: whole Mexican the etnnOwith tort a laboftj .
army, capture Cruz, vtc., in which he MV,: Ii the enemy @e of instinct they thought and spoke of nothingbut (4.
the of t Gen. Scott, intending to of the Cork District Railway fence of its morals against an
I results. imaginary
those meeting attack.
: : :, gave us glorious advance one step mrt the national independence retaliation and the commencement of a vigorous
; srnaM in obtain from him manl of cmmlncalnwith Committee was held on the 13th, when a requisition remark we made w& probably an T
,; ; :.f I I '" Our loss, though comparatively "i be buried in the abyss of the past. offensive war. Congress, and the Executive, could one
... Mexican Government in regard to was promptly prepared calling on the but so little did we think it
susceptible :
numbers has been serious. of
r Gtne.f.1 We : taken that. step W. S. not be prompt and active for them. The emergency a jB
: ". zeal andS Hodzers who has been transferredfrom to summon a meeting of the citizens to to terpretation, that it did not i
: ,; ral Shields, a commander activity I make a pccoml posfwript to nay that thereis mayor of the required energetic conduct. Such occur to tit thee
woun the castle of Pemie to Puebla. and perhaps devise the best means of welcoming and acknowledging was the least shadow of a hint of
talent i is, I fear, if not mortally I learn that Gen. .
ted some hope, am happy to conduct was to show the world, and Mexico ham it-
: 1; #;:- ... \ ded. He is somo five from me at the Shields survive hU wound. further into the interior. It is certain the gift. The bells of Shan- necessary that the of citizens could Well, we will try hereafter to b more

:: t ". -. moment. The of operations covered may : for however, that he was taken to Puelila.-The don" and of the Cathedral were joyfwlly rung, especially rights our remember while we are writing, that
.J fel One of the principal motives paroling not be tnmpled our soil invaded, and its! inhabitants Ime
States upon
United 0 o
: : and Government of the isdftermir.ed and the Cove illuminated on the friends have
., miles mountains deepchasms was splendidly a very sensitive
by diminish the resist. pride, and "
f the of is can
I .. many prisoners war Mexico to treat Mr. slain with i impunity, nor without a fearful sanff
1 .'. I and I have not a from to compel Rogeo evening of the 14th. tyranny in every tainted breeze."
: a of other in march.
Jet our
j i r .'tl" : --. .' ;: ..." N' rJiriVadc. repr s dlfslon, ances garrisons W. S. as a prisoner of war, and Lieut.Semm(! authorizod A deputation of the gentry of Cork, headed reckoning therefor. This was the view they then entertained We, therefore, decline publishing what .

i t \f .,,:: followed by ShiCd. know Uol. liaker) ong. Hon. W.M. L. MARcY, to make such representations to the I by Dr. Millett, J. P., visited the ship on the and they rejoiced in the spirit of valorous says on this subject, because he oor correspondent

; :. ; ., ade, are now at or near Xalapa, and \Vorth'si Secretary of War.Ft Mexican Government ; and that in case of the I 19th, and presented Capt. Forbes with an address patriotism which they saw rising high throughout too much importance to a ca.-ual attaches

.o ;. division is in thither, all pursuing, with failure on their parts to comply with the demand : to which he replied in suitable and touching the country, and swelling with vengeance again supposing that we meant what we here remark of onri.

t t : good results, as I learn, that par of the Mexican 'om the .V. O. Picat/unr. a rctail.ititry course will henceforth be terms. Mien some conversation the deputation our enemy. But now,their dream U:changed. They but will publish another utterly disclaim

i '.:; ...' army-perhaps sis or seven thousand men, Later from Mexico. pursued by our Government\ towards:prisoners withdrew, having previously invited pretend that all i is:wrong from the commencement, communication, about different portion of the samt

.' who had carried the tow. falling into our and that step our Army now takes, i is but carrying very matters, wh
i' fed our right Plan of Camai n-Guerilla War-State of hnts.Corupmlllwu Captain Forbes and the officers to a public every our find under the sgnature; of

j : :' ,. er, gained the Xalapa road.: Pillow'sbrigade Mciiro-Santa Anna-Important runurs f th* Chuilttlon Ciurier.WAS.IIIMJTOV dinner on die 13th inst., at Cove, which the our country further on in iniquitous invasion. pala.readersvi "Sua-

; ",,";( I, alone, is near mo at this depot of fru.Ti. lIlt City f/ Meiicn--Prokifc Cessation i 12. : gallant gentleman kindly accepted. While this has been the course of other whig papers .

,: : wounded, sick, and prisoners and I hUD time of of Volunteers May dinner was a very splendid! affair, and how has our neighbor of the Sentinel demeaned "O'JUr Ladles Fal

J i' '. only to give from him the names of 1st Lieutenant Military loc'filiin-Rrum recovery of Gf n.ShlrM'.rrrl Mr. Moses Y. Beach, of the New York Sun, attended by the rot influential classes and. himself? Our readers will be curious to know, if The Young Misses ot Presbyterian,

I t } r I ':. F. !H!. Nelson! and"2d C. (:. Gill!, both V'ders-lrobablf'of Pillotr, Licttl. has just armed in this city from tie city of around Cove. Capt. Forbes was th J hero of he, too, has: changed his tone and temper. They are will hold a Fair on Friday th evening next in the Curh.I Star

f : of the 2d Tennessee foot ( 'keI8 regiment) Co .11/t'rol t': Mexico. HP f'portsthat Mexican no the day, and acquitted himself an admirablemanner. already advised that lie now speaks very harshly of Saloon," Bartlett's building. A great variety of

t; :; \i among the killed, and in the brigade 106, of The "teamship Jamci L. I>4y arrived at longer able! to curry on the theyare On the 16th a public meeting was this war, and abuses the President for having uncon. and useful articles of needlework,wrought by Dot ti.

all ranks, killed or wounded. Among the latter the Levee early this m'rnin' from VcraCinz. deficient in ill thfl nviterul of \Vlandthat held at the County Court-house, Cork, for thelmj.P1 stitutionally brought it on, and that ha takes every young ladies will be offered for sale. Also,a rich
I t f Iho brigadier] general himself has ; an cannot be again raised-that
: ..' whence sho Still on the Stb in -t. By this army returning thanks to Captain Forbes opportunity to croak over the misconduct and mis repast will b serve. Parents and the public generally
t . a smart wound in the arm, but Disabled f vesselsve! have received our regular ronespondeiice many influential men are in favor cf peace, and his patriotic crew for the sympathy they management of those who are at the head of affairs, are invited to atend. The doors will .
and Major R. Farqucson, 2d Tennessee Captain and that the ma (*s arc oprttjsed to it from b opened
: ; and files of Vera Cruz and Jaiupa had shown towards the sufficing and starving in their actings and doings in its furthei prosecution.Now about S o'clock, P.

.: II. F. :\urra,2d Lieutenant G. T. Suth. from the hiU-lligence contain ignorance and prrju iCl". population of Ireland. let ns turn back, and see what his opinionswere fMaor

I .: t' :A erland, lit W. P. Hale (adjutant) pprrs.part i wo It'irn that anexpn"s General l Scott hi; perhaps, by this time, The relief thus nobly sont may be regardedas twelve months ago, when the war had just Loring.General .

J .' ,. all of the same regiment severely, and 1st : reached Iclr.Vera Cruz a ver'-ully frJmc.nt 1 before reached the Capital. I depends tpon the one ofthe proudest events in American his- commence On the 10th May, '16, we find in his SCOTT, -., despatch of the 10th o
". ., mortally wouuded."f he obtained at Jalapa for fortransrortation, April giving an account of the battle of Cerro
it for the nation. Gor
Leutenantr meal speaks trumpet-tongued the .To
t the sailing ofih James I,. Day, with informa.tion tory ; paper following language: ensure a speedy
knw, personal observation on the whether he has advanced or not. is said al benevolence and is tho noblest do, pays this officer,among others, a very high compliment
thtt: a deputation had come down from the I probably termination (of the war) it must become a war of
.', ground, that 1st Lieutenant Ewell, of the rifles that orders have been sent to him halt for record. for on that will
1 city of Mexico to request Gen. Scott to take charity on offence on our part. Mexico must b invaded witha ocun. I b
if not now dead, was mortally wounded, the present, at J.iapa.! Mean while reinforcements remembered that Major Loring was first
the capital under his This powerful sufficient to penetrate at once to the appinte
protection. news army
r in entering, sword in hand, the entrenchments will hn sent to him, and also to Gen. Santa of the Picayune, captain in the mounted rifle regfmecr, subsequently
is almott incredible but when it is remembered Anna.-Jendal capitol. Indeed But why so? thi the advice was
: !
around the captured tower. Second Lieut. Taylor,an. 1 both armies wil! advance upon the writes Jalapa, April25I :- I promoted to the rank he now hclds. The
: that: the of guerilla warfare has been given for the management of an unjust and unconstitutional -
: ; Derby, topographical engineers, I also saw, at system Capital. informed you the other day that I had a I service in which be distinguished himself was lath
1 bv Mexico the banditti who S ? Would invade Mexico, and ,
I ." .' : the same place! severely wounded, and Cap. adopted anrtlat : : Orders have ben sent to Gen. Scott to forage story to tell Santa Anna and his travelling war you pen daring and splendid charge the most
: in this etrate to the itself at sacrifice of blood
I ,r tain Paten, 2 J United States infantry, lost his engage ( are as dangerous to upon the enemy. Means are to be adop. carriage. In his great haste to leave it he capitol : great position of the enemy-the height of Cerro Gorda.
: their to the the and both countries for the
treasure to ,
}, :!t right hand. Major Sumner, 2d United States o\vi countrymen as enemy, ted, in addition to the collection of duties, to went off without taking any his effects-a termination" of mere.President'swar purposeofforcinga General Scott says : .It is a most pleasing duty

,0 './ drgoons lightly wounded the day before, report gains some proha1JitJ'Tljp make every interest in Mexico feel the war.- small writing case only was found broken open seedy a say that the highest praise is due to Harney Chadt t,
in the in which the and honor of
impression: was gaining ground a war our
: 'e', topographical engineers The Union suggests the propriety of sequestering for he had no time to unlock it, from rights Plymton, Loring, Alexander, their gallant diem
that there would be
' i. (now lieutenant colon of infintry) was very army no more fighting. tine Chuch property during the war which he had evidently taken a few papers of country arc not involved? Is tijthe policy or more' and men, for this brilliant service."

ft', .= : 6e'crlyound d some days earlier \vhilo re. It was not expected that there would be any and thus cutting ofl'the chief resource for car- greatimportance ; but the majority of his ef ality of the Sentinel? I not, then iL advice was Major well known here fa citizen
opposition this fide of or at and I Ief ; in the belief that the and i9 a
war just right on
; ita' given
connoilerin I must not omit to add that Captain doubted it the Puela defend ring it on. fects-bis silver plate, his papers, his money \a of St. Augustine, in this Stateand has been, inefficient
o Mason and 2 Lieutenant Davis: both of Illhe mean time, the Government intend -all were there in good condition. Two our part. What his changed our neighbor's opinionon member of our State

.- : the rifes were among the very secrclyoun.- their capital. It] i>ectaliorii of this nature have to make another effort to obtain p,"ace. If of our officers entered the coach, and what did that point ? What new lights have burst upon rida also is sharing in the high Legislature honors of tnis that n
often that
ded the I proved so we indulge them )Ir.Trist about but him with such dazziing brilliancy as to throw darkness : w.abama
t : storming same tower. estimate the overtures sent out through shouldbe they find, after rummaging a mostexcellent
; our total loss, in killed and wounded, may h with much misgiving. listened to 1 by Mexico, three Commission. dinner, together with delicious wine where before he saw only sunshine ? I there ../ at J1.ork-We notice that the Montgomery .

.. ..,. about 250, and that of the enemy 330. Th' Mexican papers continue their declamatory ers will be immediately I appointed to proceed and some highly flavored To say that are any facts now known to him. which he did not Convention in Alabama has noinate Ren-

'., the pursuit towards Xalapa ((25 miles hence) btrictuie upon the mission ofAtocha.It .- to Mexico: or any other place that may be they did not sit cgar.comfortably downon then know, we confess our ignorance of them, and ben Chapman, long a useful membr of Congress

; I learn wo have added much to the enemy'sloss \\oild: appear that the sending of this micr fixed upon, perhaps the Havana, to conclude his richly cushioned seats, partake of his trust he will not withhold them. When a man changes i from that State aa a candidate for Governor., His

L in killed fact able follow on any important mission to Mexico his opinion there must be some reason for it,and' character and politics,should he
prisoners, ,and wounded. In a treaty. I understand that Senators Soule sumptious dinner, wash it down with his delicious accept th nomination

I ,.:.o !;. I suppose his retreating army to he nearly disc has given greater umbrage than all else and Benton will be appointed, and the third wine, and finish it off with his highly flavored we should like to know what it is in this.instance. will ensure his election.
; 'J. and hence basin that has been. done by the United States.iuy .- be Again, on the 20th the same month,the Sentinel We notice also that in the 4th District M.
:i.:: organized my in follow in an may be Mr. Buchanan, if he will go. cigars, wouJ departing farther from o Samuel
.. ... .,, .. .6. orcntS. 'e'1 i him in the light of an ofilchl contains the editorial has been
'." :: L. pr bjr treasonable i the truth than care about doing just now.- following a : Inge nominated for Congress i the place
In this hurried and imperfect report I must pimp, a pander, a.erhdlou' mts- A Crevasse.-A breach in.the. Levee of a The names of ihe officers were Capts.Viiams .THE MESSAGE or THE Pnjin: >Eirr, announcingthe of Mr. Paine, who, it seems, could not again get the
r; :;F..' f. not omit. to say that Brigadier Gen. Twiggs creant, indeed the baseness very serious character took place about two and McKinstry, and the was a perfect existence of war,and advising!supplies&.C.,was nomination. A friend,who has known Mr. loge for
They think he was s"nthere by the American transmitted to on the lIt b. The
I : ., in passing the mountain range I beyond Cerro cabinet in o'clock yesterday at Algiers,immediately opposite windfall after a hard morning's work without ate to CongE the of the several years, tells us that be is a young man of prmising
mock and We have was
passage -
; (;ordo, crowned with the tower detached from Ecor. Canal st. Such was the violence of the response
i the article of eating, and with slim prospects a head for food bill recognising war, appropriating $10,000,000and abilities and high character, and will make
r ,.: his division, as I suggested the day before, a already Atocha copied That Rcpublicano water that a frame house was upset and others A party dragoon officers, some two or three authorizing the reception of 50.0UO volunteer troops. good substitute for his predecessor, doing honor

J.. : strong force to carry that height, which commanded upu paper, the very best in were much damaged. Several prson"vere weeks since, also had their own fun near San. This is right-war once commence it is to late or 1 himself and his State in the of Congress.
, > ; the highest in tone and the stur. to the such inquiry < hal
early inquire
,' the Xalapa road at the foot, and could reported to have )been drowned. ta Anna's estate at Mango de Clavo. While to why or
'. ; ;. not fail, if carried, to cut the whole, or dies defender of republican institutions when evening the breach was ab.ut two hundred may appropriately and profitably be had either VISIT OF Ma. WEBSTER T THE SOUTH.-This
any about the stumbled
of hunting ,
the monarchical premises they up. before or after that fact and we trust,in this
I part of the enemy's from a retreat in party was in the ascendant, feet wide,and the were through \\i. distinguished statesman is on a tour throughout tit
I after I water rushing! on the building where he kept his fighting I enlighted age, and by this free people never be omit.
r j' t j. any direction. .A portion of the 1st artillery, noticing tie arrival of Atocha on a mise : with great fury. The hull of an old steamerwas chickens. Those well informed upon the ted. But when hostilities are actually commence Southern and Western States. I ii: his first visit
sion from this
I o.;. C ., under the ofen.dl tmgU hed Brevet country and recounting his past procured and settled imm?diately( abreast subject} tell me there was a greafdeal of cockfighting and the work of slaughter began-then is po south Virginia. Wherever ha stopped b h
in Mexico
! '. S '.;: Cbidsthe infantry, under Captain Alexan. LNtory" 0 God this, rt'lark: of the crevaw, which impeded the flow of in that immediate section for a day or whole distracting and undivided debate a'to power the causes of the country of the war.should The be been received with the greatest hOpitaJtie and at

i ,.::r.i- e infantry, under Lieutenant: Colonel greatest sign that thou water somewhat, but the banks were evidently two, and that one particular fight created Srou. to the work of its successful termination, tentions. In Richmond, Charleston and Colombia,

i i I! 1' u : f Clymton, and the rifles, under Major Lo. hast forgotten us. Send upon us bomb, rifles, wearing away and the appearances great excitement. A fierce looking_ rooster: I _anrl u_ ,.h.fnvprnrnpnt _anil_ ruOTttla. _. ._ h._,..\ftt_n ,_,iinpmhrtrr._n____._ '. hi. reception has been highly flattering, and the citizens .

I ::;>; :: ring, all under the temporary command of Col. grape shot and every class projectile andmb.furille were alarming.The :I which they dubbed) Gen. Talornot so ed and undivided by such enquiries and discussion I of Savannah aDd Augusta. Ceo, Mobile &
i' ; burn us, reduce us to ashes destroy This, it seems to us, H the part of patriotism and
! :..t.: onellanpd dragoons, during the confine annihilate but do hank seemed to have caved in, for large a some but with game sticking out allover the duty of good citizens. The message of the I New. Orleans have made arrangements to do him.
I ', : of Brevet Brigadier General us- not dishonor us :- where the Levee the al qual honors. His visit is said to entirely
was yesterday him President into defence of the
; T Send the entire North morning -was pitted against a long, gang. I largely a policyof b do.
? : : P. F. Smith,composed that detachment! The to subjugate and rule. water was one hundred and twenty feet deep ling chicken that his owner's name the Administration towards Mexico, and threics nected with politics, all parties vieing with ed
they gave
: : f of execution which I had the over us, but let not Atocha be the bearer of a the ofthe war upon the rhouldert of that other in their attentions. This is
Myle pleasure to at dusk. The streets of .Algiers were food ; to-a heavy but clumsey bird, with but little tt'oonu' .highly commendable
S r of
:,:?'': \\r> witness was most brilliant and decisive The contract the peace, because that, devolving up. and the water was three or four feet deep fight in him. Well, Gen. Taylor and San. circumstanceevery unhappy republic. I recounts and agzrav.tion minutely this and country with- -and were such yiit and intercourse more
on u* the wrong
',r. ": _, brigade ascended the long and difficult slope greatest would be ncorn ant gr.-atest humiliation over the Binjraman Course, which is immedi.ately ta Anna, as represented by the chickens of the : and government have.receive from her: and i is, frequent with U',1 leading mfnr cf the different KCtiort5 -

-: t''S ;: of Cerro Cord without shelter, and under the [0 ; !] the greatest in the rear of the break. The depth of latter, were set upon one another, and after a in short an appeal or apology to world. Let u! the result would greatly tend to the destruction

f.: ; / tremendous firr artillery and musketry withSt's puni-hiriPiit. the Levee at the point broken is about five few heavyhitsfromthe former the latter" ba. not anticipate its verdict The duty of a patriotic of so much sectional feeling which so extensively -
Tim we arc assured is true reflex of citizen is not confined merely to the
S a the furnishing
, .t :%S the utmost steajinea reached the breastworks, the better order Mexicans feet so one may im3in the terrible havoca mosed" out ofthe fight as fast a his two legs .means and "the mere physical sinew g of prevails, ind so injuriously affects the general
fr in applanres.
1 : drove the enemy from them, planted tho colors re. volume of water of the breadth ofthe breach could carry him, leaving Gen. Taylor's representative war. There moal aJs to success, which are good of the Union.

i- .--. ,?? of the 1st artillery, 3d and 7th infantry-the gard to this unfortunate appointment. and the depth of the levee must make unless the ground crowing right lastily. not to b overlookf-harmon\fa as may be. m !
The whereabouts of Santa Anna is upon Hon. JESSE SPEIGHT, U. S. Senator, died recently
:* ;' enemy's flag still 1 flying-and, after some min- somewhat soon arrested. Unless steps are taken tothrowup Such are some of the accidentsthat have be. public -a noblesympathy in our c untr's
0 .Ii, \ problematical. The last authentic in.tehhigence cause and glory without which the best concerted at his residence in Mississippi.
of finished
utes sharp firing, with Levee in the of the broken "
: ., r conquest a rear one now fallen the Hero Tampico.
be and nerveless.
: located him at Orizaba with operation may spiritless Let all

$f'{ :- r...; the bayonet.It is a most. pleasing! duty to that the miscellaneous command of3000.: Subsequent a bly.we fear A the planters! below of wi suffer terri Rank in the Army-or, .A Darkey's Dig. wranglings and recrimination and let which sh31 impairthis | Government Appropriations.
:, say him great quantity was sweep a. I uniy.b put away, us not lok upon the | In conformity to an act of Congress, the Clerk of
I"1t ;\ highest praise: Is due to Ilarney, Childs, P'ym- rumor report as hivinggune South to re. way, and damage to propeily in the town mint i nity.-After a portion of the troops had lan war a partizans, but Americans.. Such. we rejoice the Hojseof
t : ton, Loring, .Vlexander, their gallant officers emit hit ranks in Oajaca. It is certain that be sustained to a amount. Thero'a8 ded on the beach near Vera Cruz, on the night to see, is the almost universal disposition, a',,d Representatives U. S. has published!

lJ;": -.FL: and men, for tfcis brilliant service, independent he has fut shown himself the capitol since a number horses large and cattle in the inclosure ofthe 9th March, a body ofthe enemy commenced may it cease not. till the occasion,for its exercise : list cf the appropriations, for the fiscal year ending
his defeat. There i is that sh and the war be terminttd. Then if. the nth day of June, 1S47, ts follows :
a report ho desiresto brisk fire ofsmall-arms into the llfa.
L of the great results which soon followed.Worth's of the Course which en.
c ; presented a upon of the past, it shall be found
-i the
For civil and
; division of Ifaie the country ; but Mr. thinks campment. Ofcourse, all hands were on the that the calamities of the diplomatic expenses
1 3.: : regulars coming up at Kendal piteous sight. war might honorably h""l of the Government, $i.442.790 81
:;..:1 Ilii. limiv Ii'<> <1r pl.rhpc Krovof' .'" Yipst.n.vt' ('nL he may make a dash upon tct cled partiesin The ferry boats were crowded with people qui five, expecting the Mexicans would make been ayoide.and that its existence wholly or in part For the support of the army and volunteers

.:: -I-C-; : F.: Smith, with his light i battalion, to the rear of the army, or upon wagon trains, crossing the river to witness and marvel: at some demonstration upon our lines during the was r6ul of aggression or injustice committed 32,178,461 S3

,4:';.;: support the assault, Lit no in time. The Gen. with view to reinstating himself in the good the rush of waters. It was a grand spectacle night, and when the firing concluded there by capacity our mete agents out le deserved the people in their sovereig For the support of the navy, 9,307,953 W
of the nation.It For the of the Post Utlke; Department
4 : eral!, reaching the tower a few minutes before opinion to behold], but fearful in its ruthless violence. was about to be a general attack. The lines : support 09
S was the intention of Gen.; Scott We confess we like this article. It breathes 4,145,400
: formed and not word.could be aright
4j and white upon were soon a
me, observing a flag displayed from --- ---- For the of the Indian 9J
Depart. 1,364,204
.J the nearest portion of the enemy towards the the arrival of the wagon train that was to start From the o\t1 York Evening Post .Ifay 13.AIt1UV.L heard from the soldiery,but there was a negro spirit. I suited the occasion and the subject. For the support of the Military Academy

batteries: belou*, tent out Colonels Ilarney and from Vera Cruz, about the 9th inst., to cut OF THE CALEDONIA. who kept running from one little point of hill I But we are mortified to see that the Sentinel contains 124,006 W

is;! : ':4 Childs to hold a parley. The surrender followed off all connection with the sea coast, rely upon :. Fourteen days later from to another, aparently in a state of great excite- articles of a very different tenor now. Doesn't its For building &. equipping sttnmships 1,000,000

in hour two. (ho country for sustenance, & push forwardfor : Europe. ment. He finally laid himself flat on his editor see that the same circumstances which then For revolutionary and other pensions, 1.385,700 00
an or
-. The Caledonia Lou 00
steamship Capt. arrived For concluding with Mexico, 3,000,0&'
the city. This general order dated called for liberal views do call for them? peace
... .: 'L Major General Patterson led a sick bed to at at Boston on Thursday: niorning in face, at full-length, and commenced working si Thee I For the eibction of light-house, 51S.S30 00
rj. ..; the dangers and fatigues of the day; Jalapi, 30tli April, intimates as much. But teen and a half days from Liverpool. We ff himself into the soft sand with a good deal of is the same danger to be apprehended from unnecessary Miscellaneous, 530,24314

.. t'! ; and after the Surrender went forwar to comrnandlho Mr. KCltal1 letter of the 4th-the "cr' latest received by her our files of to energy. On being ask what was he about ? "wranglings and recriminations," there is the
regular V
r- advanced forces Xaapa.b4' news- somo doubt upon spec. the latest dates. papers ho replied, I is 'fraid some oh dem' ere cop. same, i not stronger, necessity for unity amongour Total, $57,9$2,535

:. Brigadier General Pillow and his brigade dy adoption of this plan, in consequence of the The Caledonia has brought a larger amountof per balls wi put a stop to me drwin' mynashuns. people ?nd all the considerations. which then This statement is a very different one from that

; t twice assaulted with great daring the ncmy's determination oldie twelve! motif ,.volunteers, gold and silver coin,,wo 'believe, than any ." Why," asked the party speaking urged him to act a an "American" and not as a which the remarks and compliments of IThig oalol'
in a body, not to rc-cnlist. This retard to him .' don't "partisan? still him to act in the and newspapers would lead us to expect. Among
I,, ...t. line batteries on our left ; and though with. may preceding steamer, \iz., about two and a half you get up and f"ht them T" urge same way.
the advance of the unless indeed the ., he his has he chosen the corrupt practices and conduct they charge Jg*"*
t-p I .4 out success, they contributed much to diWract army reported millions of dollars. No, sir-ee I he said, "dat's my Why has changed tone Why

4 :. Zr. and dismay their immediate opponents. I readings of tho city to surrender be In the corn market: there had been an aCt ob de biziness ; he done been Wes-pint par, to put on the armor of a .part izan,"and make harsh the present Administration, that of wasteful extrtv-

;!j President Santa Anna, with General! Can. confirmed. If the rumor prove true, the guerilla live business during the interval since our hut where dey makes fightin people to learn dat, accusations against the Administration while the agance stands conspicuous. We think all on-

-4 i alizo and Almonte and some six or eight thousand troops are mere marauders-a 'band of pirate h accounts particularly in. London.) nn. thp 10th. and you don't ketch dis niffger meddlin' hes. war still lasts, instead of putting off such petty prejudiced men who read this statement will **

.V,; : men, escaped towards Xalapa just before ; a-ld Mhoul! be treated accordingly.: and there .\'a an advance i in the general 1 price sef wid odder people' biziness. My massa work 8 he (then wisely thought best, until the war that the charge is without foundation. It shows not

I a .:. ,Cerro Gordo was carried, and before Gen. was: gathering up all the grain of grain and flour. does de fightiti' an' I waits on him, and nus. shall have closed? even a squinting towards extravagance. The aggre

'5_ ; .1.\ ..': division reached the national road. Twigg', he could' and has al the hakurioa at won", a In the Cotton market there had been moreor sea him. hue gets wounded we gets promo. The reason for these changes in the Whig press is gate amount, it is true, is larger than is required for

p' t, ,:. 1: I have determined to pole the prisoner if in anticipation breaking of communication less fluctuation, but at the latest date it was ted." You get promoted! What good will.his too evident to escape the notice of cur readers. The the usual annual expenditures,but the difference a

1 ::: ;, officers and men-as I hue not the means with Vera Crnz. rjuict at a small reduction, perhaps llf,' on the promotion do you 1" inquired the individual. time for making a President i is:rapidly approaching. accounted for by the increased expense caused by tb
r s 1.' of feeding them here, beyond the day, It will be grattying to all (to lear that Gen. price ofthe 4th. hOb, dat question is been settled long'time ago I will not suit their party rnirposes to confine their' Mexican war. The other items are within boundi,

.1ti.4 cannot afford to detach a heavy body of an ShifliUuaa thought to b in a fair way to The following from the commercial reportof in dese parts down here ; a colored gernmen opposition to a Democratic Administration to strictly and, we doubt not, when closely scrutinized,will be

; .:- and foot, with to them recovery. We have always regarded him as what waits kurnel outranks matters. The found exceed the limits of and sal
.. : wagon, accompany to tho London Sun, dated at a quarter to three on a always one party success of Democratic measures not to a proper

: -.. : j't- Vera Cruz. Our baggage train, though in. about the best appointment from civil life yet o'co Monday, April 19, gives the latest' dat waits on a capten, an' de way we colored forbids such a course. To make a President of'their economy.As .

: tj. creuiDg is not yet half !large enough to give made by the President. news these subjects : gemmen reg'lurs makes dese volunteer niggers own party then, requires that some new capital to the war expense ,they are very much

!,' f I." I\; progress to this army. Beside a Maj. Gnu. Pillow ear c passenger in the A mo t important feature has prevailed in squat, is a caution to white folks.-New should be raised; and,a the making of,t party President than was anticipated by the Whigs.. It vrUl be remembered

\:. .;:, greater number of prisoners would, probably, James L. Day. His wound is doing; well. the corn market this morning ;The purcha- Orleans Delta. is the primary consideration with them in devising that Mr.Webster, with great "pomp U*

'I ; escape from the escort in the long and deep Lieut. Col. Anderson, of the 1st 'fenneasceregiment set on French and Belgian account have been Dutch Sorrow.-Grief and interest means to effect this object, they are obliged circumstance," made the bold declaration in the Sea*

,, S :. t:f candy road, without subsistence-_ten to one'f" came over in the Day also. He immensely large. Nearly all the stands were in Holland to walk to ether.-appear to do what, twelve months ago, they considered un. ate chamber,that the war was costing a half mfl-

: r" that we shall find again, out of the same body ,: has seen much service, both under Gen. Tay. in fact, cleared off. The price of wheat was The following we extract from a Dutch patriotic and exceedingly improper. They forget lion of dollars per annum. Extravagant u this wai

.I,: ) of men, in the ranks opposed to us. Not one lor and Gen. Scott, at Monterey and Cerro I fully 6s per quarter in advance of the rates of per : pa. the exceeding impolicy of party .recrimination," it was believed by a great many,and was paraded tf
Gordo, and returns of ill I
:; wf the Vera Cruz prisoners is believed to haveS health. now on account last Monday. Oats are Is to 2s per quarter ; I After a short illness, my wife died yesterday the necessity of "unity" among our ctizens. and Whig newspapers as an evidence of the onfitne*

" ..t }been in the lines of Cerro Gordo. Some six and barley, 2s per quarter dearer. There was morning, leaving me with three infant the low folly)of acting a.partizans instead of our rulers for their duties. This statement will sbw! >

'". ; ) of the officers, highest in rank, refused to give JALAFA", May 4. 1547. in truth, a positive rush to purchase from the children. In the that her pure soul is .Americans;" and, (forgetting these they return that Mr. Webster's WM a very great mistake.

. "J:. ,( their paroles except t go t Vera Crz and Quitmau's Order,* and brigade counter-orders.of volunteers This wu to morning tako Gen.the moment the market opened, until all was in happiness, I hop to inform my customers to their old trade of shaping thing. and provesloo,that this declaration, in the blindn tbe*
:: J'5SI thence, perhaps to the United line of march for Puebla, and to-morrow Col. Campbell cleared oflT. Such an active and brisk demand that my store will continue to be as conduct with reference mainly Ihe benefit of" the party devotion,waa recklessly made,or else that

t 'nt.:\ I The small arms and their acoutrements was to move; but a the lime (or which many of while i lasted, baa not been seen for many well furnished and attended to as formerly, party." We regret that the wire-pullers should have Administration is conducting the war more eoafT

I 'h1'I king of no value t our army or at the volunteer enlilte io the service hat nearly years past. For a season at least, this extra having confided it to the direction of my principal I so soon drawn them off the path of true patriotism ically than the Whigs supposed poasihla. Notwithstanding
I have ordered them to 'be destroyed ; fur we trawpircd and a Sot baa ascertained ). ordinary advance must have an influence on clerk, a man had troublesome war,the UP'ses **
5.R: lively thit but few o( rc-cnlist be bu de. extremely intelligent, and in which their own better sense at first placed a distant anSI
I i )have IJ the mean of transporting them. I trrminfd "pnn (lib nHoninp them here, and will the operations ofth Court Directors of the us well versed in business as the deceased her thm. I is disheartening to witness inconsi.teDce of the military department we believe,$r$"

4c i. : IUD, also, dome w'hat t er'araucd' the end thrm ill hlnl. This will of(ounot only de Bank of England. I I 1E1: produced by.such unworthy causes. much wore than doubled. Surely these in

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with their ideas of national pomr I bolder, \ humble !I otherwise. number children
Whig high was standing. Te thus ed. subscribers beg leave to in. THE FOR carrying the Maift of tie United '
tad splendor can in the least complain. Ex-Post Master general Granger, made a public ucated is by M. Con to hare been the pluttr of long-staple stock and materials of LUAU '"the 1st September. 1!>47. to the 4t.le

) intelligence :r bost on the floor of Congress that he had 2,043,030 in the year 1631-a number which, -THE that they are still engaged in .RJHFEL who i abut leaving the Sat June 1851, induaitpl the Slate of Florida will b
\V> ban just received the painful o the latest respectfully received at Office of the Post Office
hi frfo
out HUNDRED after unavoidable absentees Cotrc D.
the death of Col. Josith Patterson. He died of drop- SE'.E1lEEX dep. deducting embraces S. hlavmngsold a imprYe publte that be i i. at present at where in City Washington, until 9 A. .

TOO the 13th ult Augusta. Benton county, Fla. uty postmasters; had held office long the whole population between seven these G.a Georgia,South Carolina et Florida manyof prepare to execute all work in hi* line with ofthe lath of July, 1S47, (lo by the l*lof

Cel. Patterson was,comparatively ly, but a young man. enough, this was but a tythe of what he de. and fourteen years of age.-Ftaser't Mag. they cn to those who have purchased them. promptness despatch. He ha on hand the fetor August) on the route, b deidt rpmnaer M
fle] raf for some jean, a rroinent.mem of th: signed to do. Every cabinet officer was equal. an who are wiln to establish the reputation of calf skins, and ,1 Irt of material, and time herein specified, TIZ.; te

Georgia bar; and OD His health however
distinction ,
honorable BOOTS AND
( a considerable time prior to his removal frorrCeorei I retained office so "hor a time, I doubt whether England, still continues to lecture on appearance cleaner. tIn*'-VILX.ALOXGA uy other Gin fc? in ACOBTA u e..Ignftt Centresville tion. Boots fote SHOE every derip 3533-From Jaksnvie. by Brandy Branch, tl

o *. was bad; and. leborinc under the Impr *.. the annals of the country can shew, under of the h(8vens through the mon. Ga- ; GECRCE L.; BROWN, Newnansville, E. Fla. good style charge He wi war Alligator Leave 70 once a week.

.ion that his disea wan (consumption, be removed I any Administration, so many officials turnedout strous telescope of lord Rosse. He describesthe Single Gins. $45; do. with all late improvements rant his work to be equal to any done in place arrive at Jacksonville every WeneaI at 8 a. m.. .
Alligator next d
to Southern Florida with the hope of it* restorationHis of for mere opinion's sake. moon as appearing in great magnificence, $55. Doible Gin.875; do. with all late improvement and to give a good satisfaction as to fitting a* any Leave >v p. m.
Alligator every Friday 8 a. arrive
untimely fate will be mourned by a larze circh employment ether workman. m. at
; This is of Mr. Senti. through this famed instrument, seeming like a $15. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had at Jacksonville next day by at.3VilFrom .
of friends and acquaintance in Georgia which, w'C practice your party, Orders for Gins and repairing Ginspleass JOHN LEECh :p.
believe was his native State.-Eufaubz Democrat,p nel ; and if the peculiar friends of Mr. Cal. globe of molten silver, whilst every object of drect to VANCE &.BURNS, May S, 1q47. 42 INotee. River Key West, by Miami River, Indian .
. and
12. houn the extent of one hundred yards, was quite I Mosrnito Inlet to Cbre.tun. ''X) miles
.Y6Y are t'f democrats who May 21. 1947. 44 t St. Mary's, Ga.Griswold's and back,once a month.
to learn the death of Col. PATTEIKON. visible, of the size of York Minister might .
We regret are so devoted to caucussing and proscription, : | Leave Key West from the 16th to the 20th of each

A. an ,evidence of the appieciation in which he na?I as you represent them, they, at least, ought to there, he said, be easily perceived, if they had : jjbcriber Improved Cotton Gins. SIX months the lat after will date and, {testament undersigned of Benjamin Ef ecufpr month, arrive at Charleston with all practicable des

held ia this State the home of his adoption-he re. have the credit from you, of being in good com. existed. He stated that there was no appear THE .on:his wi extensive continue scale the manuficur., embracesthis of Chaires, deceased. late of lion County will presenthis patch.Leave Charleston the

(ei"f the democratic vote of the late Legislature,I pany, to wit, the whig party-of which you ance of any thing of that nature, neither was opportunity to thank his numerous customer account and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro Key West with all on practicable 1st ofeach despatch.month,arriveat
office of of the Southern District. there indication ofthe existence of wateror fo their liberal bate of Leon County and make application for letters -
for the Judge are no proud. As one of the peculiar friendsI any patronage heretofore. The eat i ma- Proposal to run from Key West, by Indian Key

For the Floridian. renounce the honor, and claim to rank my. of an atmosphere. There was a vast num. tim in which his Gins are held may be known from of dismission as Executor aforeid. and Key Largo to Miami River by water, and there
self what I have always been, a plain ber of extinct volcanoes, se\'erl miles in .tact of his having sold more than two thousand JO"Erl, CHA1KC Eo by land and water via Jupiter Inlet Indian River
CALHOUN. the last three Connly
MR. go -probably ten to 4m
ding years one over Inlet and
MUIJU'to St.
Smyrna to be
breath of them there was a
through one
democrat ; a party to which I a* ; other in the State. This Augslinf wil
sick factory evidence of considered
is rarely that I write at all, wery ; also for of .
GcrnI *' long as you do I o yoiir's, and nf which "I daily line in continuance of about one hundred and sjperiority of his Gins, i it accounted fur by his be.II Negro for Sale. in bid. prtions te pecilied

never am almost! kicked into it; see"increasing reasons to be pr. ud." I am, fifty miles in length, which ran in a straight ; the tirot to introduce the late improvement,and A LIKELY NEGRO WOMAN, Cell hand and 333,">-From Milton to Sparta, C5 mile and back,

and as I now bare my pen in hand, I uil I too, one of Mr. Calhoun's most devoted and direction like a railway. The general appearance keeping the lead by yearly adding new om-s.. His rough cook,abut 3( veirs of age, vtr stout once week..

briefly pay my respects to a portion of remarkfI t and politically however, was like one vast ruin of irit and second improvements:nude the quality of and healthy, for Enquire at this Lave Milton every! Tuesday:, at C a. m., Arrive at
peculiar friends, personally ; ottsn I }perfect, though some were rather slow. His May 1, lt>J7. 41 4t
find in the SEXTINSL ff 4lh inst., head. Sparta net day by p. m.
and ofthe of driven :
tie him President of mture ; many species rock, bird .
and would, by far, rather see made them sufficiently fast. It then only renamed Leave Sparta every Thursday at C a. m., arrive at
ed "Mr. CALHOtX. Touching what he say't out ofthe ,volcanoes to laid at to make them durable and convenient Ice
more Crenm
: the United Stat s, than any man on earth. I appeared b Freezer Milton neat d.l! by 5 p. m.
of the Senators of Florida( and of Trie FLOEiorJOf .. him in way the greatest man various distances. The doctor said expected vhich has been done he believes effectually, by several FOR SALE at the TIN SHOP Ice'Cream Freezers, 3.>3->-From Okahumpka to Fort Eotler,- mile

I have nothing to offer-tliosff gentlemen rcar every and it would soon be competent to daguerreotype nAw irprovemcDt the present year : besides, various sizes. Also Tin Tubs, to act the and back, once a week.
intellectually, morally, politically
living ,; le lu. exclusive right for the State, with the Fieezer in, which takes less of ice than Leave Okahuropka
a quantity:
and yourselves, are big enough, old the image of the moon the everyThursday at 6 a. m., ar
if humble exertions confer upon speculum of other sections
and my c enough, and wise Enough to answer him,, on him the highest office in the gif of the Nation which could not be done at present, as Water Boxes, which are believed to be ten times April, 1917. 37 Leave Fort Butler nery. at ". arrive

without resort to foreign aid. That I may he I would, with a willing lend them the moon was not stationary; but he stated rrore durable than any other, by those who have at Okahumpka by
fully I quote the whole articlefrom that lord of mule a fair trial of tt.el; and are ilifallibly secure Executor's Notice. 3537-From by St.Mark'
wi Apalachicola,
understoO to attain that object. His patriotism, his heart, Rose contemplated a piece me. P.nscol
aoin fire by friction. His fine Gin Mastodon
Sentinc which my reply is devoted his hand would all be given to advance the chanism to move the telescope to a certain Cotton a, well a any saw gin cn.wilin agents- ALL persons who have any demands against the and Cedar back.'once Keys a month. :! to Key ', t, COO mile
: of E. Weaver, deceased, will
: honor and interest ot his country ; and the direction distance, with a motion corresponding to the w ill visit planters generally, and exhibit specimens them George without Leave Pensacola on the lt of eacli monthsrriveat

.. And, lastly, the prruhar friend of Mr. Calhounin which he would give to the Government movement of the moon. of his improvements, and point out their advantagesin j'lcase present CHAS.delay M. to andS. Key West with all practicable despatch. .

this State wi see what a faux pas the hare made would make an for good, in all Dr. Scoresby further remarked that the time fr all to engage and be supplit before the R. WELL, Leave. Key West on the 1st of each month arrive .
of itFar being oJ neither party, they haveclaim impress next ginning season, or engagements can made hv at Pensacola with all practicable; despatch. t
'd to bt double-tlixtillrd democrat*, and in the future time. I firmly believe no man in the nebulae already observed, were between one letter directed to him, Clinton, Jones county. Geoi.cia. "- Executors. Proposals will be considered for parts of said route,

way of devotion to cauetuting and proscription,they world possesses administrative powers equalto and two hundred, which was doing'wel, con. Gns: 'i be delivered at the purchs ':residence Key West, April 10,1S47.- 3j 8t to be in bid, and for waer: ,(nice from
hue beaten the old lun1er by l loug odd A pretty his ; and this, added to his long experience sidering that the observations been in any part: of the Stte except the Cherokee Mastodon Cotton Seed. lndeJhy and St. Jrfph'l. or f t!
illustration of Mr. anti-party,anti.proeeriptiondoctrils obstructed by this counties, where they will be lef at the depot on the either, and from hy land to ApabcLico-
have thee given in this State. The truth and profound sagacity, would make his admin. cloudy nights. Although railroad most convenient to pIICh 'C. All warranted 1 00 BUSHELS genuine Seed, for sale at $1 25 la,and thence by water. ..

ii. CalLounum 'i not flourish in its purity, out of istration great and glorious, at home and great telescope has been erected nearly two to perform well, if used acrording to the directions 1. per buhc1 3r 3S-From St. Mary's". Ch. by C. II Fa. I

the Palmetto It has run to weed in Floridi. abroad. lie i is. decidedly, my first choice for years, it has not been in complete operationmore seat with each. mRCIE&. LINDENBERGER. id miles and bCk. au:1 a week. .
and turned out a more biter and noxious vegetable than six months and SAMUEL GRISWOLD.M. April 10, I & 33 Jack9"ie:3. ont f
President, although I differ with him in some or seven alreadythe Ia every Thursday al 1 p. m..arriveat

than the evident original after caucus this,and that! junto the politician locofocoism* of itsdf.I the I of his public opinions. I am not so wedded to nubulie, not before fully examined, have _\\ 22,1S17.-I 41 -Jteow 300 1'lcccs Calico. Jacksonville next day by S p. m. :

party I in Florida, must take a new observation and him, however that I would not cheerfully sup. been discovered to be a collection of suns. SPENCER'S PILLS S PRING and Summer rrints, choice patterns,just arrive Leave at St.Jacksonville Mary's e".r y at t Ca. m., .kt-

reckoning and the result may tet the sincerity o| port other prominent democrats for this high received and for sale by 1

that extreme demotion to Mr. Calhoun. which we office, when it becomes to insure a A True Geatlcman.-No wel bred person And Tonic and Restorative Bitters. L. & H. GREENBERG t CO. JTOTES. .

have noticed for some lirae pa.t." triumph of democratic doctrines.necessary The will be insolent to his On the other AS proof the popularity of these Medicines, we April, 1q37. 37 Each proposal sho Jd be acccmparie by a Iur

The italics are my own, the words the Sentinel's. PEMOCKATIC hand, he will observe a scrupulous tenderness subjoin the following : antee,signed by one or pn2ible persona, m I
TAKTV- is my r-RTy-lecaust it A. Campbell, Samter District, So. Ca., writes, ordering DHLS.: nOlr. 2 casks Hams, the following manner, tiz. :
of have broad
them-a '
Editors newspapers a of manner toward care of word and ;2 casks Sides I" Shoulders.Just .
I holds the same political fresh supplies, and states that Jud p Richardson .The undersigned that -,
license to exercise their taste and genius, andI almost sen1mIs hol action, that shall lighten the burden of humility and others of that district h have.made.use received and for sale by if his bid for carrying the mail nuant rom -tube .

do not find fault with the Sentinel for *nume- I upon would be folly every in me, to question to purify; the which they must necessarily)feel, as much as fur fSi'; .-;-2Hia Liver Complaint, Jaundice, oftur general March 13, IS 17. 31 LLOYD &FLAGG. acceplr by the Postmaster (General shall enter I.I I.fl"

roils" to make political capital from expect j IJsilh.e.This! debility, with great success. Horse for Sale. I, an obligation prior to the 1st day of Septembernext

material attempts that falls in the way of his vo. par from all that i is disagreeable to my ownopinions refinement of heart is the most prominent John T. Ervin, of Darlingron, So. Ca., writes that FINE large HORSE for sale thatworks ,with good and sufficient sureties to perform the I
any or take the alternative of turning he i is all cut of the Bitters, and orders a fresh supply A service proposed I
He watches well and for the characteristic of and noble wall and rides finely-be in a
cation. ably trator: to own creed, because 1 could not a high spirit. -that wherever used they are approved of, and their This should be accompanied by the certificate I;
and writes in my It the mark of _ .horse of fine action, and trots fast. c
a other
whig cause, usually temperateand of only a lady or gentlemaothat popularity fast increasing. a postmaster, or equivalent testimony that
bring one exactly to own J. R. FORTUNE.April24,1817.
courteous style ; and although I do not assume every my party my is wholly unequivocal. When wo see Thomas Fletcher, Tflfair Co., Ga., writes he i is Apply guarantors are men cf property and able to nuke he
of all For this 40
way thinking upon subjects. all out, in less than two months after taking the good their guaranty.
to compete with him, as an able and a choice of his words, and
person very very
reason, I support Mr. Polk's administration.It agency, aid orders a new and large supply. The proposal should be sent lo the Department 2a
practised writer, I shall'endeavor not to be be. has been essentially democratic, and that dainty at the table, yet capable insulting the I W.m. n Eeazelev, Barwel District, S. C. G. D.Colas. IceHouse.THE sealed, endorsed "Propal, fur Rcute J\"o -.

hind him in the amenities which ought to mark has exhibited talents and firmness unfortunate, or ridiculing distrc8s we always Co., ., A. Santos, orfoll, Ice-House will be opened every morning in -," and adr the first assistant Postmaster .

tie intercourse guntlemen. As one of the pccculiar gentleman thing of the ass in the lion's skin. ... large numbers ot others,write for frfh supplies excepted) from l to 6J o'clock, where Gentrat 1"l
friends of Mr. Calhoun, I choose the which I did not believe, at one time, he pos. informing us of the rapid sal1 and increasing ice can be had at 4- cents per pound; and at J. R. For of hid resulting from combination

sessed. The country is under a strong debt Counsellor Rudd, ofthe Irish bar, was equally popularity of these Pills and Bitter" Fortune's store after that hour at 5 cents per lb. *,and the terms conditions on which the
right to make my own position, and not to take gratitude to him for the killing blows he has remarkable for his love of whist, and As proof of the efficacy of these Medicines, read Tickets are issued and sold at his store for G lb.. contrac is tube mae. we the last annual advertise t
the one so kindly made for me by the Senti. I the of ice,each. C. JOHNSON,
following :
given to the odious system, and its the color of his linen. dear Dick j
protective dingy ,
My N. B. The Ice-House will be opened Saturday .
nd. He may eoundjthe alarm, the political I Nathan G. Gully, Johnson Co., N. C., was curedof every Po.vtmaskr General.PO
8 twin-sister, internal improvements. I support said Curra to him one day, You can't think evening at G$ o'clock for the accommodation of : t
sentinel, for others but I disclaim all such a cae of the Measles, followed by a long protracted "T OFFICE DEFAHTMEICT, April 21, IS-I7.
; and advocate the Administration from a how puzzled we are to know where you buy attack of Chills and Fever by the use of one thn"t wishing it on the Sabbath. It keeps wel ina May e, 1S47. 42 tlSJuly.
honor for myself. I would respectfully ask, of duty to my tfvvn long cherished views. Although all shirts' box of Pills and one bottle of Bitters. blanket, and the loss over night is very litl -

when, and where, the peculiar friends of Mr. I confess, it is not free from errors- ; your dirty, Stewart Beg s, Druggist, of A'i
Calhoun,have earned the distinction double. of a 1'itisr protracted case of the Piles, by the me of sale the Plantation known u
such, probably however, as are incident to all Nature at journal states Notce.ALL
Fau'J'ign two bottles of Bitters. Bianca in Jefferson coun- (
democrats in the of ;
distilled way concussingand human governments. I regret, deeply regret, that two were recently confined at a Mr. -, one of the Judges of Jefferson Co., Ga., persons i to estate of James Lynch, containilg 3,0 0 are m 1".
The Mr. Sentinel late of Marion Florida,
proscription. prof the coldness which the President has shewn hotel in Westmoreland, England, each of a was cured of Dvspepsia and Piles,by use of two bottles Cta e County are of land, of which there are about 000
the proof I should like it, and to know of taken in connexion with the Pill*. hereby nolit to make payment to the subscriber; upwardsot 700 now in cultivation in cotton I
towards Mr. Calhoun for an honest difference son and in the hurry of the moment they were len and all demands said estate,
by what sort evidence you can fasten upon And these are only aft isolated cases among the thos having: against This Plantation is situated in the most desirable 4 I
of both in the cradle and the them to the duly attested,within
opinion, upon questions affecting no great placed same nurses present same
the friends of Mr. Calhoun this foul which are daily coming to our knowledge. wi part of the State, being within two miles and a half
peculiar \ principle ; and I regret still more, to see so weie unable to tell which was which, to the "(1. say, make trial of Spencer's Pills time required by law, or they will be barred ofrecovery. of Ionticelo. the county site where there is a Pot
of all other in aficte NIEL FER'GUSON. Adm'r. t
charge beating parties caucus- many of the democratic papers pursuing him confusion and remorse of the mothers. and Biten bfore giving up your case as incurable.Manv I vaiou Churches, Schools, &.c., and within

ting and proscription. Of how many more with such fierce attacks, and doing such injus. The} nurses, not nature were in fault.- have b n curtd-many others "nay be. Crystal Ri\er. Bcnton Co., April 2J, 117. twenty-five miles of Tallahassee. the capitol of the i. .

caucuses have they been members, or instrumental tice to his motives and conduct. The feeling What business had they to be putting their For ale by LEWIS &AMES.I Boots, Shoes, andLeather, State. It is wel watered throulhout.abounding in
than the the i May 22, 1 S4 41 2t spring of water, wen .
in getting up, even whigs, which these things have produced hope gatherings from different points into the same j 7 ON hand and made to order, cheaper than ever in this healthy finest neigbbrbOd. for rfmrkabl.its. uninterruptedhealth. ,
party of which you are so "proud"; and who offered in this city. Call and see, and .
be healed and that we shall see fruit basket ? DR. J. REESE'S On it very good Dwelling Hcjie. ,
have turned office for wi speedily I1romalAn I we will satisfy that home manufactures: are the
they proscribed or out you with piazza all around, containing eight fine
Democratic and
Family roll.
again I
sake ? Has lost his office LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. cheapest. The attention of Planter is invited to a beside servant .Store
opinion's any whig exchange mentionsthe I apartment Room
united. For myself I feel perfectly justified paper superior article of Negro Shoes for one dollar
by the action, influence, or votes of the jtecu- in supporting Administration, while I, at case of a worn an who is so large round PERSONS of feeble constitutions often troubled and with those habitual of se very made ot the best materials, and warranted not to rip. &Smoke.,all House in good Bath order house and repair.Spring The House Negro,for Quarters Milk., I 1 1c.

liar friends of Mr. Calhoun, unless the office the same time, claim to be the fast friend of the waist that her husband cannot hug her all costiveness< which habit,often are exerts a very unfavorable Prices for other kinds of work will b found to correspond ,Overseer's HouseGin House,Plantation Stables {
was one political character ? If such is the Mr. Calhoun. Two of my personal friends at once, but when he takes one hug, he makesa influence upon their general health, which is particularly Repairs: of Boots and Saddles and Fence&c. are also in good order and capable of accommodating
notice. of
short Harness
Harness quality
fact, I am not aware of it. I do know, how. differ and this would chalk mark, so as to know where to commence manifested by i not total loss of every one hundred negroes. There i i" alto a
: I
quarrel order.
may even ; yet irreglarity. made to
which there is
small but water
ever, that a high judicial office was tenderedto furnish for to withdraw the next time going round. appetite. In this I)stem, this article -I WM. H. M'MILLAN. unfailing power on : ,
no good ground me my Grist Mill; now ip operation.
recommended with the
an eminent legal''gentleman of the whig i I' confidently assurance 3, IS 17. 37
Quincy April
and confidence from either party, un. I is not to To a good purchaser this property will b sold II'
respect old let the slandered that, if the dose properly adjusted so as
by the action and influence of some of \ener1le man says :- low, the owner is about t<> remove. PuiOI .
less I of side relief be relied
party saw want principle on one or move the bowels too actively may l .
these peculiar friends ; and I do know, that the other. a friends will under- take comfort-its only at fruit trees that upon without any or even the least unpleasant con- Tannery for Sale. given on the 1st January next, at which time wi

they, on another occasion, their votes! for My political thieves throw stones." resulting from the use of common purgative SALE, by the subscriber, a Tannery, imme also b disposed of,if desired by the person bu> ,
gave the stand and appreciate this position-from my seijuences medicines usually resorted to. FOR adjoining the city of Talaba3s.comprising a lot corn and part of the stock now on the place. f;

another worthy gentleman of whig party, opponents, o would be foolish to expect it. -- --- Persons subject to Bilious!Cholic may rely on the 51 vats, two large buildings 3 feet, Those wishing to purchase would do well to examine t

at a subsequent session of the Legislature, fur Be it knojcn, therefore, to all concerned, that yjAnlu ED. pr.ventit properties of this medicine by using it on length and width, and two kitchens, 10 by 20 .- the land while the present crop is growing. I

the same office. If I am not mistaken, anoth. the Democratic of Florida, will not split On the 19th inst. by the Rev. Dr. M. Nash, MR. the iltlmatlor of an approaching attack. Thereare There are pumps, various fixtures, two bark mills, For terms apply to T. RE.\T reside on "

er prominent and deserving whig was support Party WILLIAM N. SAUNDERS to Miss GEORGIA some frt constitutions liable: to regular attacks of turning b} a cog wheel, running by horse power, a the Plantation, and will tf it.
or divide about MC: -we hold PRINCIPLES in Advertiser, Columbus
The hag
Billiou Fever almost every fall ; to such the use of cistern for rain water a well,a brook, with abundant S Montgomer &
ed of these .friends" for the office
by some I COMMON ; and for the sake of these PRIXCI. AMANDA DAVIS all of Leon county Fla.CO this medicine is recommended, beginning to use it water: on the border of which the rats are placed. Times, Republican,Charleston Courier,
of Land Register. Now sirs, does this look t includes 10 II of first rate land, Columbia South Carolinian and Richmond Enquirer
PLES will still keep the flag at our mast-head, - -- bv the middle of May or first of June. The lot or acres under
lie proscription f Even the Sentinel, I think, with 6 THE friends of WILLIAM. H. ANDREWS "Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience fence. There are also two bark sheds with 125 will copy once I month ti 1st January and !.,1
flying our motto, CMTEU, WE STAND '
the take back I of and cords of oak bark. For sale a bargain bills to this Office, and one ropy of each paper
must Lav generosity to a churge respectfully announce him a suitable candidate a sense fulne" weight oppression a (great > :
DIVIDED, WE FALL. a it to T.
L. BAKER. containing
find this di. Terinsliberal. RFT.Monticelo
of which I have seen no proof. Instead of SAMPALA. for the office < f Sheriff of Jefferson County }1a., at cine about afford the stomach almost immediate. wil. m May I, ISI1. 41 6t Forida.

proscription, or turning "opponents out of of. the election in October next believing that no one Ladies near their confinement often( suffer from Mayl.lS47. 41

fice indiscriminately and bestowing their pla. i From Tampico.-The schr Oregon arrived is more deserving the office than he, or more worthy heartburn and costiveness : to uch this article is W. M'Einney Rusel SHERWOOD'SMAGNETIC

cei a* rewards for particular Ben'ies on the I at New Orleans on Monday from Tampico, the sufage of the voters of Jefferson. lii'Milv recommended, a it can be used without the A- R TIS GOLD BILLS AND
least ,and with great benefit. In sick or nervous REiSEIES
of the
meritorious the respective parties, after a passage eighty hours. She bringsno May IS, 1347. MANY VOTERS. least headache danger it is invaluable.This TTAVING taken Rooms at .Banner House,"Mon- MAGNETISED PLASTER.
pectil friends have never, within my knowl.] JCl ticello, Fla., respectfully tenders his services -
news of a letter which article will found to act as a ple.'sant cordial very and Limbs. i
importance of 'the
Except Diseases Oran
Second round of Quarterly fur Tallahassee b faithful and Likenesses For Chronic
desire accurate
1UeUDe who
from office unless it to those I
edge was
ejected a man ,
we find in the Tampico Sentinol of the 24th, District. and tonic, restoring the appetite, and at the friends which will be /CHRONIC DISEASES of the
one purely political in its character. Mr. Cal. from Capt. C. C. Danlfa prisioner in the cityof Troupvillc Circuit, at Troupville, June 5 0.Tallahassee same time fulfilling every intention that the common themselves lo or momentos of the past. cS \_ claw ,ptrtrovhy,may in- .
houn's peculiar are democrats ; and .Tallahassee 12-13. purgatives are intended to effect. It purely teg posterity indelible f be distinguished by the .
frinld Mexico, dated the 2d of April, calling the c His Likenesses are to please. Price $39. variably
are free to ss, they would always I attention of authorities to the fact that the Hair.lilton .lIme Sink, 2G-27. etable, and when used according to the directions, Mont icello. March 27, 1947. 35 _'t 1 pain which is produced by pressure
our und invaluable article, to those
Madison .Pine Grove July 3 4. will be f> an especially I; on the of the spinal -
office their ganglon.
the for to
give preference, any political Gaines is still confined in with of the Liver. -
command of Major Thoma'iUe" .Spring 10-11. afflicted Dyspepsia NEW BOOKS, &c. !:.( > nerves,
) friends, all things else being equal.- the penitentiary of tho city of Mexico, although Leon 17-19. or General Debility. 4 space* along each side of the

They would bestow their votes on no min for both Gens. Scott and Taylor suppose all the Monticello .Fltwood"SI'rinfcld.. 21-''. Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county JUS received John per Brig Rudolph of Roanoke Groning, biogra- spine no matter what name may ,

the State Legislature, who did May 15. 1 47. SMITH, P. Georgia, and for sale by appointment atE of Randolph .:' ,havebeengivcntothexnaladyby
Congress or prisioners taken with Maj. Gaines are now E BARNARD. Jr's., history of France,complete in 2 vol:.
-The Sentinel will Michele'l physiciansnecrologists or other
not their political principles ; because I :> please copy. ., u the Roman Republic .
represent at large. Should it prove true, (says the Picayune Drug Store, Talahasle medi writers.. The rain thus
it is by them, these principles are to be -- - -- ------ DANIEL LADD, Herbert by W. Sewell, p. 7 d
,) that our men are detained in Mexico For Charleston. re"iort Amey 5 produced will be more or less
I Tales, Maria J. Macintosh,
maintained and For of the Aunt Rily'o by S
adfoled. any to the agreement entered into by San. Netherlands, severe according to intensity
contrary of the
directed Brig CALLENDER. Wylie, Quincy, Schiller' of the disease, i its active
judicial ministerial they are fne or or
or TiE
ofces Anna trust time will be lost in placing Travels in Africa, Hoyle's
ta we no having most of her cargo HARDY BRYAN, The Book of Gmc passive state at the time. Pressure .
by a sense of the merits qualifications, and the prisoners recently taken by us under 6 engaged will have despatch for above Aeent for Thomas county Georgia. U Anecdotes,Mason's Farrier, r"s' on the ganglions next above

character of the respective candidates, and not the closest restrain. Time enough has claps ; port. For freight or passage. apply to 1a, :1,11"7. 41 The Fairy Bwer.Margaret Percival,by W.Sexvell, the first cervical vertebra, indicated in the annexed

aoWjr by a regard to political sentiments. Can ed for the return Majors Gaines and Bor ltwport.1a! 2?, 1S47.- 4& I). LADD. for Sale. Six foot, and use how of the to Lungs keep it,by sound S.S., by Fitch W., engraving by No., determines tubercular disease of
the Sentinel claim much liberality for the Jersey Wagons The loti the Head and Brain, Throat, Eyes or on the
in this E
a land. If the Mexicans play us Bark Mills. JERSEY WAGONS FOR Apply to Miles; their origin and varietiestheir treatment
SAL No. 2, that of the Muscles, or
of which he is *o "proud"? But these her Two II. D. Richardon.Knowlon's space Limb;
party let open severity, to prisoners 15, 43 J. E &c., by No. 3 that of the
mater BARK MILLS for Tanner's use. of greatly : ISf. on the space Lungs; on spaco .
of Farrier
peculiar are\guilty caucussing, or Two .: : complete ,
friends of the loss we have suffered. the Strmach the No. 5 that
speak our sense and most recently patented invention, No. 4, that ol ; on space ,
assembling together for the purpose of couBukalion adapted to horse power. Just received direct from Havana, Splendid editicns Poems of Moore', Butler'Poems; Campbl's, of the- Liver, and at the letter A,that ol the Spleen ;

-"there's the rub." I might b a Cannon taken Sierra Gorda.-Some a. Also,a large WAGON. suitable for heavy hauling. 1 BALE of Grass Hammocks, Burns'George and Sot. of the Isle of Hudibr"France,by Dumas on the spice No. C, that of the Small Intestines; on
a with five sets of harness. For sale 2 dozen assorted Preserves, Pl.ter the No. ". that f the on Ihenpace .
sufficient answer to this allegation, to requireof musement wa created yesterday, says the by ; Next of Kin, by Mr Gore; the Black Prophet, space ( Kidneys;
147. 44 fit M. L. BAKER. -Rasberry,Orange Orange No. that of the Uterus and on the No. 9.
May ti. 10 doz. superior 9. :
Sentinel clear that of Heath Woman' Trials b space
the rind, to of the 23th by the The Mysteries of the % .
party Vera Ccuz CoHee
Eagle ape Havana ,
ult Flower, sacks superior' that of IheTestes, &c.
which he ils proud of tins sin, before he arraigns pearcnce of six brass pieces, the Customhouse U. 8. MAIL LINE 17 &! 2. Sugar, Mrs. S. C. Hal; Master Tlmothya Bk Blue Case, It is no matter whether found in one

others normity. Is the whigparty taken from the Mexicans, at the late 6 b't White Havana Sugar, The The Enchanter* Wedins,by L-Bulwcr; The maCk, Mendicant or more places or whether one or more of the(.rlar .
guiltless in this ? it not notorioui 31', ,000 of the best brands. limbs I- the curative tS.
respect I battle ofSierra Gorda. Five of them were Cigars very 43 J. FORTUNE.. ,Valentine McClutchy,the Irish Agtnt. or these dia", proceed in one arid all of lbs
that, in every State of Union, the four pounders, the other was a six pounder, May 151847. t The Miller of Wm. Herbert, diseased use and limb at the same lime. To determine

whir hold caucuses, conventions and and excited most merimcnt, by its .inscription, Notice. The Spaniards and heir Country,"hy Richard Ford, organs the necessity of these remedies, it is only

meeting for the same purposes that the which was in large letters, and read -, IX.rnonth. after date I shall present my accounts Hazlitt's Life of Napoleon complete necessary to detect the tenderness cf the ganglia in
. do, to organize, unite, and thu Elterror del Norte Americano," (the From Tallahassee to Macon. S and vouchers to the Hon. A. McDonald Judgeof .Vt Muricfor Pano. Books. any of the intervertebral spaces on either side rf the Vspine.
: of Madison, and These remedies invariably cure casein
their It would be a work : Probate in and for the County every
strengthen pary. terror ofthe North American, evidently mean. and after the 1st of June, this line wi b lor discharge Administrator of the estate 2 copies Ollendorf new method of learning to the first stage of the disease,sod a great majority

surplusage, to attempt to prove a fact knownto ing the United States, although they are a ON established in FOUR POS appl W.a Richardan a,lte of said County,deceased.S. write and speak French, of those in the last,including luberrula rorsnmflioii

every body. Why, then, Mr. Sentinel do, much North Americans ourselves.) Poor COACHES the entire route. The undersigned B. RICHARDSON. 20 Coll oil's New French French Reader Reader, and white swellings. Incipient consumption is frequently '

you scold others for pursuing the same course,I silly people which nation a showed the most in;obtaine the U.S. Mail contract throughout,have Main County, May 1:, Ib47.- 43 6m 20 20 De Mandeville'Fivas Elementary Course of Reading, detectedl>y these syinptcms even before the
far the There is ether for
necessary arrangements accommodation cough commence no remedy
in this respect, which;,is the evcry-day should prac. terror for such playthings ? of the travelling public. They have rood Staple; and Domestic Goods.A 20' Parker's Questions adapted to Morse New the disea4is well known to every phjsician. The
You ,
tice of your own politick! friends. coaches, competent teams, and obliging driven and received and for sale Geography 20 Groham'.Egli.h SynOD'mu.Progres.iye remedies are perfevtly safe for perjrnsof all age and
have last to have said Education in Pnwna. All children between and will to satis GENERAL 8R"ortmtnt just German Reer, and change cf diet that
been the person anything agents, spare no pains give general A. L. &. H. GREENBERG & CO. Greek conditions require no except
about proscription. You cannot have I the age of seven and fourteen years arc faction. by 3, 1S47. Arold'* and Proe Illustrations Camposition on Anthon'slor.ace of a greater supply of food. For sale by
April :1Notce.
the and wholesale profcnptum .. directed to be cither sent to school, or educated The stage wilea.e Tallahassee on Mondays Wednesdays John Davys'* Arithmetic.OIDt. MILES NASH
forgotten Gouldsbury;
shaeleA and Fridays, at "o'clock, A. M., and arrive by At the Post Office,Tallahassee, Fa.
which General Har. at home by their parents. If the '* Geography Comstok'* Philosophy,
later in Macon on Wednesdays Fridays and Snday., at MayP.lS47. 42 f m
rison's Administrationb.n your political I plan is preferred, the municipal authorities are o'clock, A M., ia time (or the cars for .- SIX WEEKS after will of be Probatefor made Parley's Common School History, French Testa -
JAMES BROOMC, Judge York The School Strayed.
in what the Macon the arrival of the from Sa me to ments. New Expositor, Distric
friends were in poweri From the to'b manner education Lain! on cr. the County of Leon, for leter. of administrationon Speaker, Smith' Grammar, Geographyand FROM St. Mark on the 3d instant, two
in Tallahassee Wednesday
General Harrison residence in Ohio. prvide. lithe former, attendance is in. ,and arriving on Monday, the estate of Munroe Tucker deea. Atlas, Angell's Series, No*. 1,2, 3, 4. ; one a tall bayl.eavy mane

he w besieged b lefi} innumerable host"ofnfflce.seekers c surd by keeping lists of absentees, and sub. Every possible Friday attention evening will be paid to the comfort Sundries. and tail, a ring of white hair partially encircling

and when he reached Washinjton milting them, at short intervals to the inspection and convenience of travelers ; and, it is in April 16, 1847. 39 2 doz. Washington, Bayley and Woodward'* Gold his neck nine 01 ten year old, and a fast
I Fluid Ink,Elastic for The other roan horse, large size. light
Pens,Gold Band ilolder. pacer. a
Committees. These to improve the line, the of
City, it was literally choked.up with I of Local are empowered tende greatly is patronage Just Received. Bronze Morocco, Writing Tracing mane sod tailrather,a Spanish horseseven or eight

gentlemen of this description. Pennsylvania. to summon the parents in case of public WRIGUT respectfully& .lictf.. Proprietors. SACRED HARPS, Paper,Border for House paper, Dice Boxes, Tissue years old, and a natural pacer. When Last seen they

Atenue presented the crowded appearance ol r negligence, and to reprimand them ; or, in extreme By JOHN H. VARN, Agent. 500 COPIE Southern Harmony, Papr.Silver Pen and pencilCasesGold! Tablet Pen- were in the neighborhood of Charles Powell plan
Broadway in New York, and the hotels andbOrding.houses I cases, to punish them by the infliction May 22, 1S47. 44- Harmonist, Stel Beads Pre,steel Ring color and, Tat Spool tation, making. their way toward Monticello crThomasville.
awarded and his Marshalls, Silk for Bag and &; splendid
could scarcely contain the I of such penalties a are commonly by Horse Sale.A ledles Napoleon Lecture, in two .olume. assortment of Pocket Knives,Pen Knie and Hunt. A liberal reward will be paid for their return to

mighty uprising of zealous whigs most 01 r police tribunals. The parents are also do- fo Anthon's, Jacob's Greek complete ing Knives, Eb and Silver Note Paper, Em- St. Marks, or if taker up and information given

who came there for the benefit of the cunt. prived, [u a measure of extreme rigor,] in k ri. for GOOD sale ler.iebetal.iz, harness HORSE, I Frot.* American Speaker Rtaer, ,'. Interpreter, bowed and ,Fin and For Extra ale by SuperfineLetter where the may be found. A. J. REDDING,

trl-1 is. to get office. In the course ol r participation in the public provision for the and rides work, a fine plough Carmine Saucer,superior Indellible Ink, and Cap Parr. r. A. HAYWARD. E. MADDEN.

ahor month,th<* work official decapita. poor. On the other hand, if poverty bEt the horse having a lat walk. Apply to Hardware Paper, &c., for sale by HAYWARD. May 1 t ,3 May 9,1S47. 4* tl

lion WI i'nmense-.the guillotine was ince cause of absence, the commun* i il to furnish M vI5.t'17 43 J. R FORTUNE. April tn. 1"4. 3 P. : 1 .


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.,F New Store and New Goods By the President of the United .nI..I'IJUR! SPBIIfU, A 71 'OI"lE'TSTO THE Notice. State Tax C Heetr %**.
: CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA month afterdate, I shall present my final t<- Y Tirtne o( the power verted n nt W law
ttl ." ft the larf brick fdifife on the comer of Monrot States. NEWPORT WAKULLA COUNTY. FLORID A. SIX B hall Ut i
of Probate .aie.oatbefoeth
.ac.roeED AJ D A LtD TO aT THI ccoir: OKI- and voucher to the Hon Judge eipos* 1l06th;
r, McCarthy ftrrrlt, .ppoiIe E Barnard'Drug t ,briber woald most T.n ec1f llv hAL AMKMBT ; CCUCCT TO THE ACTlOt in and for the County of JcfleTou. and apply fora August nest, before the door of the Coutt Ho ., ;
f V rr,tm {near the C., ,' imd.\cw THE ,It
I ea his fn.'nd. and the piblic. that Or THE XEXT OKIEBAL AtlE3r.LT. discharge Administrator cf tht estate of Clement Roc Blufl ia the county of Washington

t; vj \far1rtt }Iu e, trill be fqunl.l" he aril: occupies-. the WAKULL* HOTEL W. Stephens, late of said County,deceased. Florida, the following dr ibed land*. or.Sta'of It.

i ii' A cr ni..L A *o.TvttT or and is prepared to accommodate all who In! diri .1 n Act to to amend the Constitution of this Stale JAMES GADSDEN. thereof M will py the State and Ceuty taus t1Ie

: Fancy, Silk mid Staple Dry Goo, I to tact the ,irr g't of Sulphur %Vater, da oRtIie ea- M to extend to all free tthite male inhabitant. MonticeHo, January 16, Is-n. 26 6mPolice. on the tame for t the sear 146 :

sum tt...n. ttixg ci'. m, ef the United Staler, II'Uall MO acre. lying in Holme V lley."u
B met Ita Root and Sbes -
: *. ,. Hardware.XVood rp,1?
: Xlillw.. Crockery and **tone Ii .\ convenient bath-Lease Wit b.ilt ovefM of our hate rt \.led within thi State one yes the tUc- I belong to the estate cf A. B. Blackwel

,-. ... (las XX are,,(;rofri., &.C., X\are. 4, :na last Tear; and another hou e {("t fee accom- lit jra1l" t. months alter date, I shad present my account Also.400 acres.Iving in Hohae TaB..'
I ml- I'jlD of the Ladies) will W ere
J. ItEADYMADEtLOTIIIG. !nre. R'P"rnTItali ./ the State of florula : Probate of Leon County for l letters of dismissmn as Also lt O acres, purport toe to belong to the

.t. i i coMn.Tifo UTIlE IOLI/WIXC) : I These Baths ran be .* i! at "11 time,. re Betecerflowed ill General Auembly conwtned. That the first I Administratrix on the estate of Granville Sheppard of Joseph M White and lying on St ADdrnr'ee1 Ba

Laliei* P neee and 1 tj'iarr. in -'re! ** ". and the pro ertie* of the w# re *< clause of the ixth article of the Con'ti'ution be *o late of said County, deceasedELIZABETH Also. 161 aereeIyinyon thdbd5defS.AM_?, ,

'I' Tarlton. Or;andee ar>d Parted paten., IN f'UfI'la'\'f' ,.< !bw. I. J\MP: K POLK, I"i.I I beneficial invalids as thr of any wlpfcir *piiae' attended as fellows, viz : Every free white male person LEA\"EL.D.. \dc-'x. Bay near }!McCoimick'i purporting to belocr t.

Bx k, Mull, S.'. aal J.cotet lllD'.,.. d.! .t .t It. i '.' .'.1 ,! .\mi flCa. d'J 1 1 erebv Ii. the Stllip' It is not deemed necessary }'es ol the ae, of twenty-one years and upwards,and Jar.uafy23lal7 27 tim Collins.
-J '. < barred 't Canibnc*
Ibin. and and stripe Moxlin I fc 4 ..J al tOe u.ii t".nf'd l.aud O.Lc: *- in tie I them of the United"State*, and who hall have resided and tf ojfeio Tax Col. Washington .

j S 1UadCrapeb1ak Barrce, *"MTK O? {. rLJldDA. the periods l. rt'1h.lh'r! In addition to the o ual fare at mnnfr Tu -n s, and bad his habitation domicil. home and place of w. DL'fl3, February W, I-n. 31 6n

Hrttn Birirce. Kl cL, Lace and IAye Veil. >1" ..raat'i.l.! lu "it : the IVaknMa: lintel will be regularly} ,pplied with prrmancat abode in Florida;for one year next preceding Attorney at Lair,
1 Atttae 1 Land O;Bee at Sr. .\t:<.t.T :r, "trme.ic- I: Green Tcrtle Fi.: and Orsteri, and every attention the elation at which he shall cflVr to vote, (CimSTARS BALSAM 01WILD CHERRY for

1 ? Ginzham*. fanrv; aid solid colour Sbanls. ingrto ."Ayuy the tirttflh drtYbr July n'Jt for tie I p
.. \ Earwge ao M 1'.1n| l of tl.. I! liC. I Mxl s w tnn tl.c h-.Ji cf ti.C'! I t : i ntlcnn hid of 'huntinc !n4 fi lm.?. t\i. nvdiatelv preceding said time, have had his habit WILL attend the Circuit Courts. the Middle February 20, 1S-t7. 31
1; Do ; idf ..! to wit atdI of and of the County of Columbia of the
Harxikerchiefs a in- t\\'ns".ip.| : r..iutJ-'rt.i ,, (, alfr.rJ4m: infjilinz 'irrlvri tilrn lion dc.m1cI1. home and place permanent a abode ; -
'.; raN>I U '.ul/t tf tht Ia.t lint tnl f.nt of the yrtiripjlTown I ; ind to parents niching to brine their children in the COAnr! which LemayoCrtorteshall; be Eastern Circuit, norida. SIaIeofFiorldm.IN .
t Lr..n ric. ,,#-r.4iin. 1,4. all election under this Monticello August 22, 1 S IG. 3 C1IANCERY.-IN THE CIRCUIT
do. Hdkfi) >,' i4 a good school and divine ericeeverybiLv deemed a qualified voter at COtRr
( r.1Iin. lic1titcL- !hip h..r.h..o. <.1 t tT nr.!" twertv.(ul tT I '. Constitution and none others except in election by FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY.

f: Flk }:id Cloves.Mk. f jnn-hiji* twt itv-oi.e sLid t..u.t.t l'. et( rar1etw'fl'b rit- *'ib'riher 1.n good st bles for Hcr e ,and at general ticket ira the State! f r District prescribed bylaw Law orl e.ROCKEX Hampden S. Linton Complainant,

.t_ ali l folorf\ rk .111 fit'. I .entite .rcaxti. in which .IoIt's. the, elector: mu! hive been are r*.
L> !c an.1 \.IH.t pJ\.ts.
t Blark, white and) finrv co':. ired ilk Mitt. -n.:ij jeii'jfwn: .n>! nineteen aid .,ction; *:\, I w. n ptUCII1T.flY.Ncwtort. ( ilrnt ot tie State one ear next preceding the ROUGH & MAXWELL Catharine Eliza Smith.John M. Smith and RKhard

'. i \hite as.itac.i tw ti Glove. *. m foKTtHihip centy, of ral..** lEirty. f1'iti., M.rch .'7, l't.: :i.j eleeticn.and! MX months within the election districtin II Ihrri. D. D'fendanttTT .

I p I Li Ie Cdzmz. Mu-lin )IxLrmesIHack .ii 1Lsertit. Tow:,hips e:gl.Jrtrn. nsuetet-n and twrn'j-oe, of -------- which ha oJers to vote Ptveitird, That no oldi !-:. \\TM H ROC r.'t'nROt7GH will return to FloV ap urine to the Court by the affidavit cf comX
I silk I cr. I to S in. aD. r"i ze tleirttoe.. JErrR-oN:: Cm.XTYT ,'r, Mmjn Of marine in tht regular Armv or Navy i' rids in time to attend all the Courts of the plamant, that the defender.?. Ci'hjrine Eliza-

7 Thread ad Lol.lin Vinz ald I.c T..Anshipacigatetn) a',l niritttrn of ra!.t.* tl irtyTownihip a x collorlor's Sale. ol the United States, lIul.,s he were a qualified elect Middle Circuit,and Jackson and rankln Ccun- Smith, it a non-resident of the State aaJ resK)** '"

Parl. Par..Jlettes. and Sun-. ,ad(.. t.... T"Y virtue of anth nt* vi-iid in me by Uw, I ,T of this Mate |'revious to enlistment as such I tics in West flfriJa1. will al"o attend the the State( South Carolina :

I Ctinz. i'tra.c aTZ f.ncy Mutlin Ie.nnets! eighteen *;l nTl:e irtthree 1 j i IJ shall expof... <'.:. the I eiut Hous Itlier.! seaman or marine in the Regular Army or I Supreme and Federal Court. Their time will bderotcd It itthrrffore Ordered That the Mid defendant do
r I
Atthe La!-! of revenue the
i China and do. do. ereltutrefi/, the lefal profession and appear answer complainant's bill
I.J"f : J-t'r'n Ci. !tv rn the i on or before
) i 13 Io'l"'f'n" \
\ do.r.
IBC Oft .Monday tht Mi'tltt nth rlhVOj, for .nail be corndtted Il'SI.I'nt of tl. S'ate in the third
Mower* and R a e conseuciie claims against the United Slates for the attentive Monday in July nest, otherwi i. the
b tbdrttiOMl fi the public IviJs wittJin tt.c limns t-f 7'irV ."Mond'W in July i ft, I of being stationed within the same. will be taken for ttmt
Lute stri'iz fit! Sf n". art prosecution' which arrangements hare been madein cnnle rjred fehet ": .K.bbonj, the uuJfrfM. nMoned towu1t.ip., aud (frcticn l townii the folSrrrmr "'".?".'rtv' ;,r.. rr\rh thereof a< wi'ipv l'a.o'J! X.n.ite Pet i'mbcr I t. !-I'i. Washington. decreed accordingly : .ind it u further

JKC.I. w'}.tie .iik! H(.'ed, .! {.. to m:tle: 1 the ".'fate. ani C"u:.!* Ta%<' d!e th Tt-on tiT tie D H. MAAS l're.identSer.ate. March 11, iS-17. 31 That a copy of this order be published la Ordered.some of

White b-own. W'Jf.] and s.a'e cold ditto, SoW" "J lat Itri' anl tat of the mfij-al 'sear 1 t'4 I II;. Ancnrn, Secretary S'natePaotd the public newspapers printed in the State

: Mi* M white ant! lr'cn iS! 4b.. itiendunTownship N F.4.SM, *t-'sd N W 1.S-c33.and W \ of N HOUM-. December lt, -'.. week for (lour months consecutively. one a
I nine of fourteen SN ""?. T'1. IJ I t. N and C ,t'\1fIain! t.> h- TIN MANUFACTORY.
p Fth arid p.r4r f Fans, ran:e nj, ; HOiU RT m.U\\\, Speaker Ho Reps. THOMAS BALTZELL./WM.
.aintr " iOWObIIj'5 i t, \en. h\-r.ty-eiiLt. lutZ to I5'i can M Qrr'.ee.!
Park, white, >.tra v, and blue Florence, > M. D. PPV tUikfn A true copy : Teste,
.;. 'A Lawn In4i 11II"z Linen. Stxxtinjr. hYt',.! aw thirty. on the cain land, o f rarfe \\ i 5 W 4. Sc: 1',, 1 2, R i, N I.. F: owner rdtlr.m'a. J. II. FORTUNE, C. G. Fire Clerk

i J.I'Table.. diLti-rf.; riften.T..n.h.p: twcntv-fv-ft. and frictioral township Let Vo. 3. fri r 't, T :. Iet., N t F. Mere*. .*.Itt to rnrkt'to amfti'l the ,"WHIM" Constitution* of the of thi* State toa HAVING become the sole proprietor of the TIN Mooticello. Fa.. March 16, [20] 1947. 33 4n
: fli'I'e.e Diaper| Lll.en Gtntal.'lurm.J/y the R. Flagler i. Co.
.p1inl. ,
: D.ln. .
lately properly
ir>irt fj. un the nm land (! rausre sixteen ). 4lT2.RlN&E..I "
i J'*!;12.a IJar bra*r. dra,a'K1"h'an'! Huckaback: TmveUoj;, t tI. T,"..uptwei; .tv- <,rn, aid (fraxtioe.l ton&'hip j .. .4 i, 4. .. 11. T2.: rn, N k I"u: tirrmiairuttwl 1. He of it annual enarte by the Senate and 1 takes this method of informing the |.ubhc that he !fW Ii

0 \u hecbC4.h.rtisg, I lnrtkre. iarid tbixt"-i''.on the(ain land of range S. ",f .. 21. T '', R 4, N X F, 4 ..'fla't. SLLTIOV th' .* Ho- will keep constantly on hand, at the hop opposite DEALERS II
r nfjirrtentaticei ta'e
I. cerd Tnbnr*, vhite aud brown I : of of
loan.d. all the varieties of
._' .4 I. t'l.T'.R-I. N Pc r-IItac"t. : his *.I'fe. a large ortinent
n'!,* .ilk Velvet -S ,lain tSenmilhfmhly eontfnrd. That the second DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS.
Alpacka. n.e, : OIL
; blck Stin. : ; ] in his line rfbusings
T .wr.air ,wcnts.entnrae1ional to\\uhip thrIs lunzin thehnfl <.( Miec'.s'skieLake.ncarthe i : i-Ian. Tin and other articles nsuallv kept
chiM- the fourth
of article rf the Constitution of
\oA !
Ir*! r'uTli'1r.Calcu, tie mai. !land ard tow uship thirtyliree He will No be prepared to furnish Toilet !Artitlrs Perfumery, It, Window CItu
I'I t oj. :i tailors ol GOTI-* I Cruel cf nuriLer sh4.-'. ci as as follows vizJd :
Taf, NetdKciher DjiWLrj.Nunber. :and I..rt\-tiu.. ,4 range cue TIimbrar .mi <." > !.i >. t'urtv-two! tHirtv-three, iLirtv-frttr. i jt1. a!,d ff nflrto Tn Col.Jeff! Co. I as they can get it from the North ; and Less them to
I nriol.'liro. .ik shall be c.I.'n l h v the <}'talif.ed vet en, and shall I Apothecaries Glass \\Vare Ac.'T .
an'f t: .rt.-i',1 ranfe nnt-tcn.:: T'fPtib4i. :. 1":' Vy .', | call and examine for themselves. There is an ob-
"bite. t, "n irjJ ccoure Inekrtd' Li: ..i- .Ij :"rj riated bv, U" ">.r the ae rfhoo!., ____ __ ____ n_____ 1 1WOrIll *rve for the term rf ,two v ere, Irnm and after .the I Ijt-ctin I j having it here, as it will be free from damage HE above constantly on hand and for rue at ti.
lie f.rst f'lf'l't
day of : uiider the ar"erid-d Ce,n ti- JL
\ 'I. n ..ttv, c other {.urpose. .il; be ejc.udd: frtni : Worm which it tis'iallv pets by shipping lowest market prices.We
I las'".* roloj'ed: C 't"i.f Wornn : tution, and no 1 liner; arid lh*> #*-
I Prtt'yjind Fcnry .Jf&rtnfrt the Tic.!-a:'**i'ewi.! .1 fch beke-t roen (.r two wk itf ''I'l'F! : bane tf CI-Iith.wi! arid the cerfi! J.' I I -ral .\...lublv shall be biennial, and rornner.ce on GE\ERAL 1SSORTHEU OF TITOEE. Lave received by late arrivals large additional

71 ens' Uei4)-: 'In (Cloltiiu;. 'ir,;'-t .eli.<- are*., M' f.*4.'JIPd J.and) no 1.n- _L <.f rainy d .n.'rtJu. fi-e,
o HATS tMilRCLT. Xc.PaJetit c-.; tXfi n) "'11'3'eei'r;( r l I.'d in the 'o\\'r..hi(1I( main tong lu the i human -v-'tu in treat i I.u"er. I 'econ.l ''e3r. or. *t such other times ai may b<- f,re- hare, <-izar Dipper. Skimmers, Ol Cans, tosttber with moot of the j-opular: patent remedies,

and Cj f 6<>w, id p s-ed, &', 0 nt r<4, _ill S<, *d"i tud 'jnn: aft.r the esf'irition of C/u'iIrin die annually from I II cribedbv lawSec. Counter Sral* Zinc (for Stores i.c, rE'.l..r our assortment the largest and most varied ia
JM.t. J. IJ* it further enartfd, the lhirdf-la-n) *
Sheet Iron for making Stoic Pipe the State. All) of which
B'vt-**, Ai. do of the north article of the ( .r.Mtution be amended
cf *
f }kdi and of Eoil- .
a ,,d. hu-!. at the City <.Washington, I Tn arid! Copper Better and Ict Hitt '' j T-V .
bi"f..t. toQ TI.e ""as r. i i'.w r ct at ha'd wl. Sec ,oth t the -.imekhdll read l f.lloj 'M Thi' the
I ei tt."y < as s: I aid at short notice either ill the 23
: Bn ":'i'a'm: HaU, t'.i. s.p.; .0v < f Af ril .Anao Dviuidi one thoua.odeiiht *- dins put up city I Ir.r July 1'IG. I LEWIS & AMES.
.It' .neniost t tr ujkIT* ct.JI.r"n.! R-rre-tiitative l1.aa l k chosen, on the first Monday .
CU.a fnia: : Silk! Uzbri.h.: haudrcd ai.Jl rtven. I Dr. Woodruff'! IVorni I in the rvnth ff Oct.,Ser, in ah aid ev rv swovlyear'rf..ALSO: nr i:1Yt'ntGrr: fcr draining Vjgar.which tJola4ses.
Hard .ittrP.r ..... .f' .11 ... Specific a
n' I I
t'I" Pr.,1c"! Is a sate atKl eilietit r.'tried:: i<,r V,orn,. Tiv fr .m and after the first el-ction under this a- wul drain it for market in two daysaad begs the BARRELS FIRST RATE MOLASSES
cr> ( t. 1 a.,4. k"i. wcod 5ats. I r mended Conititution rich other 40
it'-I or oa day
tUt an I \OUNG I a.may i to ca'i!. andirrnse. For ale
RC'H.\RD. It I* a; :: or.d as I ih-- best an.] cheap a. the '' planters hv
Atuzefstivs..4'" ." aId bUI(",? hitt au'd.J I CVnwruMRf ef the GtnfTolI.q.nd (ijfictVOTK )lr. J..ieph Sin ,1...% 'f :.Ju":",2ee Co, Ia.. 'abs It b. directed b. la-.c. 20 patent Weil ad Cistern single arid double Rod March 13, rM7. 3.t.J.. R. FOR11 "
I'late, l.r"III.1 \\ adapted -
tot.. her-e *f. hil 1 Ixyks, atrte'4..cap.r 01.1: -.tYL. Ir'.m a. lierro chiki! t. rf the af, r-said article.. JVeltt ar d tableKMV. hoe *vd Uuithcr do, I I E TO RE-EMITION f n.Anl.\\. j I ins I'> hun, iii a dirt t ue. '. 'lcn'l f..:.a17.! : The s*>nifor> shall be chosen by the PRINTS ONLYSPRiNG .
Ftirv cstit-d "J tie t f I Mr J'ln J. Littif, ol Uhite-viile Go.
C"irt4 uiJIJ .rr... |I..r".r. ; ri/ e |re-cnij tiiii alifed: electors fjr the term ef f>ur years at the -
J.tZOR-'ew )cf: fir Uldnvurhand Ready' Rah .,. alit 544 wIlm the tawissLit's sove c nurrs( r"d. !I pave it in one CA** 411 1 bro iht away Vi IV'orms In. "4 iju tile. n the sacs and in the same SANDS' SARSAPARILLA sn.LES-18t7.
is i r: 1uird 'I' rtiblii the! sync t.. tie VA Stnp. : ;lace ashore: they vrte f IT member tf the Hou e cfR
: f tie, Il"_ and R > -EiH r.f th' Land Oltir Taj Jt'ttftnMr FOr.THE REMOVAL ANDPERMANENTCURE
> :: '' er r prpr -
Grrmaa 'e and! tea !:ri'annia table: Q-i
-r t-1 I re nt.'ives, ansi no shall be a Senator
person LEE
.ndiror 5 : I'|I and T.k v payment thfT..fM. c* nooni. jiactif I Th".dns B,, 'd. of Co eta Cc, (;eo., sass, 1 1 f OF ALL DI : tea, tse 'idteap'>'flI. { nnle-H I t.. !x a"lai'e rain, II citizen of the United
Jtat: rotfe and COTJ MUJ, ru. r.r&s.ereett1e,, j hff ift'r "?fin* thit nttiff, arid 'before the thy ip"iitif -?ave :t to a rezro I boy ,'hlat in bad health! ; it j I'i < rattii.arul l 'hill avebetn
Lie, fi<*h, trace, helter arJ d"2 Cans I ,f J t'.r the e(ruretiC tn"nt (/ the pu t( #ale cf I t.r"I.zI.tny iiamediatelv :J., \\( rmi! He wa son for two years next f.r "cedirg his election, aid the hABIT OF TilE SIS- Beg leave to inforri: Dealers in Dr..Goods, that rt"

Wrwtzfcl ire! G d.jT'fjf. Xadse and XX'alfr-irts., I th*' lri-* etrbrainz, the tract d ime l ; ctherwi-e i well, and r.1.aaii.s .J uj tv his tit eJiiuar I.I.i last sear a reident ff t thedi!tr:ct county fcr which TEM. \IZ : harp Tt-Cfi\fA and are nr.vr nh: blhn'- st t'W.REHOl"SE

Co.1&n.' Nv. I ItI1 se l Tr4 I st.L d ciil'd.i I I 1-17 I he hall! b* cho- -n. and ahal:1 hare attained tit age Scrofula or King's Enl, Rheumatism, Obttmate E..xcii.siELYf Fnnttd C,A-

Anw't' S p a'le 1 ,. aji !{'J is .'.4 ttt..r.t.2nde sctei: j i I i RICHARD I M YOl'Nf., i (;niFIN, Pike Co. .eo., July I 12. l'i1C. I cf tasents.cteears. C"t'111OW Ervftiant, Pimples vr Puttuttt on the .

Srutb.. hni *' t.',... ard re

; i! :21, 1-1' J" t4. d.rrr of soc W"irm Specifice hH f //'//r it S'o/f II'ad ,
Ttltfr and
S Enlargement
f* t and :-*wI i '1':v \J-'h..n" T',,!,. and ef the aflle-a d 1 article rx so amended a* to real as or I Conpn'inj a.i theNew
.' "U'M: ,. 1-------- Jail:. V'>d it without dlav Reepectfsly..JNj. : : Pain of tht Bone and Joists,stubborn L'ltertbyphuitie ,
t' llard.ware line
aiy Many : ir cot : : (.J11r1'IZ: The cia' I incation ef Senators. a't made Spring Styles,
I : L'-'ltjf,'.(i-d 1I I Bar and Billiard Room. G. H1LLXCO. I af the first ""sion ol the (;e:1t'nlI.bly held in ymptoinJi, sciatica or Lnmbao, and Of Bntuh, French and .im'rwan Manvftctm

I Willow and Wood Ware. M >N1ILLIL: <). I LOR:DArplI T, i_n-ir To. C.fft- .'. I)wr-- :>Krr 1 >_ IsllDr I the sear 1M:. shall cOI.tnue lJrcbanof'dne- hall'' IJaM aruin from an tnjuditifus ue of..Mercury -, which in -ADDITION their venal .tock.nod.!

WI"dr-'tT"-1 ruv reeerilly naJe trial i cf your ot whom shall be chosen ,.iscittt or Dropty E\r/j vre or Imprudtntc :! their a* crt meet ore cf the meet beautiful and attractive
Churns, j .itei--Tui ot .ii I : nnd< rM.rnwi r<';'( rtfiiilv' irifi rrrn fri'rds 3 I as nearly a. j.Q3clbJt-, -
*i/es Worm vritjr In a \erv J,jd ease with th. h4pple-t for'l Chrome dtiutitutumal ,.
.f/w. lJi vrdu
Well Bucket PA.:,, Lra aid iron-bound D cke'J. J *'ii ,h.. i 11 ilir that in 1,4-t, ":,rned a 1:!.Mt .ANL ; CrT hereafter Sienniallv fer the terra of four in in the city : and havirrjeuf been purchased
t. I t'ni.k.' of than
it a..d bentve
: Ilore if
I Kee-t.-r.. f.f'". .tra'" \\ 'Jf. '!"-' -, I U'LLI! .\RI> K(JfJM r in MT>iir<.!l.o. ',n the \\e-st sid' .I'I'eC. "F! > ia ::' ft in the 1'"'. e'fr. I;I J"Jri.l'rI, hoirrfr, aid it n hereby declared that fillS! preparation i* a combination hitherto en- FOR C1SH A\D SHORT rEEDIT,

Wmvw ChtirJ..i C rnaz'*, f r children! I"f the pub:ic ,iEare, fn their\ art .ill.i \\"Qf flealtts art! covered Market ditto I *, licit their/ :-.atr.mar*" 1 his nIl.I..\RI D TALLE ison. I red at the tiret election unilr the amended Cf,n
I .' of the,j< -.t aj t roved pattpin ;T.J i. in r\n.1'rr' tord'r. I '1011. hall exttnd! to.ardi.ire on, the first Monday nuns preparatin. o fi:"anirul* which have been Catloin of prices (corrected daily) are placedin

.' Groceries. Ids DAR ill stored \vitt t1... b...t H7r*, I1fitr *- Till ftEMEZY'EEflEfl I I in October, eighteen hundred ard fi'tvV" at different tin" efTrrH to the [r.u!1ic. It acts 'pe.cifi'ailv the hinds of buyers.

, 1-, Y'ez' u ,, ," .f.ral M I'\\cLc.TtZl. I l onl Cigart : al<". a varictv ol ((''XFft". For Dysrntrn. Liarrhrra Gripin Pains and '. Kf it further tnti'ttl. That th. first election upon the whole system, there y bringing it j junJer j Purchasers will inform themselves of tie state f It
Jti 0 and J.u ( .':'. I T'O1KV: II.. '..-xiil \>(. o "r..) at ah tcl'nil. i: tor .'tseemhi'rnen, under this amended its direct and immediate influence Although the: market and be well! repaid for examinatraa
1 "tift ar.j W"t11 Crci.erNo !. I day aid f'YMtin?. .and, f>v strict atttrtion to bn-ine satid Mjinmrr (cniibinl| of thiIJrrn. I I tution. shall' take place < n the first Monday "cn"-I pos-- of powenui healing effects, vet it is entirely even if they do not purchaseL. GI.
Jlw 1I..rriDzl. i'baTrc14. Fruit thr ute tamers'd l.pfun[ HOLMLS, Georgia b'r. eighteen hundred arid 1 (orl J .. harn !'e H, that it cannot the moat dci-
I s desire to |> '', 'tit. t. j"t'> live central sit "eigJt ; a, tr -t > > so injure & B. have advantages for .
.; I I tano i, L :ert':, la i bbh! brand, 1S4. i f ctton to )his cu>:oiatr" (:all a: d .P<- I tim. n"ZI!nert.PR.tzos i->..ion ef the r.'nf'r,1.mLh., under this i arne id- icate ccn-titurion. When in perfect health ro effect ders fur peculiar areresrectfnlU IWJlicit executingor.

J n Jbbls "wtr.n: M rk.t. :). I B<".f.rr S. B. H.11mGTOi i Sr. IA-VJ, Jilv 21. (I-f dod Con-tititi'n slash! commerce Qn the fo."th \\imdav is (pr.xlucf d by its u"e except an increase of appetite printswhich. .

I \VLrtr Brmn-, Ii: dried .\t>f>!e* and Peacho, \sf.rteto! Miv 1. I t.1. 41 I Dr M XXoodnii!-D. rSir-I owe you an arocy! in Noember! in the year eighteen hundred and : \ i is seated in the Irame. LEE & BREWSTER,

fnrinrr Zip i"'.:' ...J-*-<\ J'ig*.fett, -.. --- ---------- -.---- I f.r not acknowledging b r.r" this the receipt of a [ i ic.rty-eiht. earning. fast its victim along the path of life, 44 Cedar S'rttt

I JJali and J'w.l! n! .ut. L'mon ,eMary Cordial which h von had the | Parsed Senate, December 0-2, \1'-\fD i iS m*sterious influence' i is kIt and seen ; it '&%. andl January 23. 1!47. 27 t2S
*perxl Candl-, L<,!i atc Perl Starch :) Y virtue ..f f a writ if fit ri facias. i i'K-d from I kindness to tend me while in Columbus for the use j jcf II. MXY, President of Senate new hfe and iior. and brings health aid s'ren

: f'GIz.te |1'ale) 505), brown and toilette Soaps, ]) the I.k':.. ofW tA trie S'J't'fror! Court I 1..r'tic its c .rp*. II ARCHER, Secrtar e>' 'Vnate to th. luff ring and diseased I By the last Arrirais from New York,

I ljckl-s as.i.att'1.-.Catti. as,t rted 'ountx. 1.f Ltn.. Mid.ili. District ft t'!'oridi.vvlr/tiri I have 'loun.1 it a m'>tt ralmble medicine ard only I'as'ied lloti-e of Rejreentative, December 29, TRITH is SrRA'sr.rR mi> FICTION."-LET PE hue received

O.ive thI. lot aid crusfid S sar, the I'm t Hi i. of 11 ruts i-Il..i"rifi.| ( aid Bc.ijitniDF r"gr t that. I hive lint a sui plv! of it. XV h< nevtr r.v' 1-15. THE FACTS SPEIK FOR THEM'ELVE!.-The w a very !superior style of

V I I"ffch Siuff, '.1 ...veral Vactvrks Allen \dtn'r ef H C. .Mi.'n. d d.'t'f'at l. i> d
f, !.Iu.Urd ;riI\ "''r'*, <*" rfed, I hive levied apon, andill etl'f( (.,r sale 1 found r..II' f XX'ehave-utF. <;id! ar. -'utrerirz I M. D P.ny. Clerk Hou!e Rrpslebnnrv of testim,>rt to it* merits Let the atHicted Superior Style of xVool-dje Cloth,

f : l"tty, White t. jd. XXudow CU., l'tefOrc the Court I lou-ir n- much form DVMitarv' cra.i
I Train L'n;,ced, jund Lamp Oils .,t1'.. "'vs (Hie first \l'>n1iv in Jn ill' neat, within If. water we have' tn drink, but ymtr Curlrat it rtftoung i again. Olive Brown" I'

I flood eliewipz, sm..kiL2 and low' price Tobaccoe, sr'll l ho ir', tie (.,Mowing doriiUJ .rojeitvtMt all to thrir troiittd health and ri:,.r. X''ith I II NiIit-c. CH\HLESTOWV: Ma s.. Sept. 21J, iSt. .
j : "
I Vewder I..t. k: &oJ. &- .5..c. &c. Tlir: r ith i <.f SecIt.1 I. I my sincere ttiank- f,.r v'Ic kindness and t-t( tvvishe i : SIX month at..r the publication of this notice, I This may certify that mOT, now azed seventeen Coffee Drown

I = The V.!,f J I. Vprium U. ( for -v'>nr s'I an v nr *,'.-dient servant, i apply to 1 the lfonor.hll'l James M Gilrh'i, has been for ten years afflicted with the s-Tofnlous -.. -
1 ln ri'K .'SaadE.TUI'i 1-sA.AC HOLMES. Miron (; tt Judge of Probate fir< Gad*d'n County, ft.r letters of Caeslmercs of the latest .
I sJ-"fb" inhabitants of the city and county, TUHi .filrt-SFi .,f!<. 10, < I Capt u; humor. At the aze of seven years he ha3 the measles! Style.READY
&aod tbn*" of adjacent! COCJlJtiI. arc particularly rqwetted ;'- ,.fth.: NH't ,f er. r.) Afreshu;.plv "f the a!">ve vlnabc! nndicines. nell mi-Mon as Administrate from the estate of Susans. which probably caused this humor 'o make its appearance i MADE CLOTHING.

t \'> call a.n-1 see (',r therr selves-and, e*/"r Ivi.. ,' ip' i i : !fP .r..jwrty( r,1 f said <'.('f,ndaiit :and j'J-t rreived ai'I l tnr *3\f\ : ,bv L.-.vis i*. Aries, DruggiMi dtCe."ed.r. L. EDMONDSdm! in a most -insular way cot'erirg his body t-: Call and purchase thoe who want enod bargain
I to b ,!'!' ,.1' Tall.lbJe; also. tit Mjnrnnj, P. 01 Mat- I (rein his head to his feet with small tumors I
all:., we call the alt.-ntiori cl the I.'DU: wll.e < .I 1 h 'I ist I. -j w ; f f.'n i Qnncv I Ierr.ber 12 Isl;. 21 fm consulted BULL & PRATORIUS-
i ta.te-M as eever known to err. It will floed me jrrt': I SMITH S1MK1NS, Sheriff. mi. ._t
r4e.L.ue t them tie diversified and .\iri, : :, j n. 41 K,kK Leon Count. : S F. Iturnec, Miccosoekie ; j C.: HARVARD, Jr., three days n *uc'"e "ion, and not unJerstandin his: _
6 attractive; .'A\ in StoreInmfdiatr -- -
and punctual attendance will be ( <|'iinrv : Joshua Daviesol G,d.. ieCO I ; D. BtKer ;- TNrORMS his tnerds and the public I thin being a resident of that city After a long at Tallahassee,and the pl nta-
U 'I I'. M, iMttaheociiir: and \\' Power Merchant JL hat he hi taken the store on the corner STANDS
fill to all ordtn sent me. m. and critical examination, having more than thirty Col R. Mitchell in Thomas
4 ., S F. BLRNEY MmairaA J it of Monroe aid Two Hundred Foot other medical gentlemen with him at the same time, .countyGeorgia, at $5* $IO and $15.

!.'. April 17, 1517 Ji-{St. TiurL, please copy. --. :; 1.--1-17- '-. --37- streets wheremav nearly. Iw found opposite a ceneral the Court assortmentof House, he pronounced it Scrofula or Kind's E,il. The February 20. Ib47 31
--- -- ---- child was th!n prescribed for,and commenced takinz
i; -i--- to' Vegetable\; I Pills For Sale. genuine DKL.S AND MEDILINES Fvery alter medical drugs iron that time He grew worse until Juwt Received.

A F.ARM r situated) aSc" it two and a half miwe! .t .tion laid to orders of. Phviinan* and PUnter June of 1S37, and then his bones b became affected in A FE\\ more copies cf Headlev's! Napoleon and

: Truth Is IIIlght I ami in this case Jan GREAT /A. .f\lf\ivn Curt house It ron,il. ,.f tour All artii les warranted e )>l ijnalitv! loir for eahHehu consopience of the mercury that t Lad been ;i\enhim. rl. his Marshall. \140. a fine Guitar for sale b*
) Prevailed <.i"lifl'ol! fr-t 'ia !?y rf pine I3nd. etnur 1(1f acre ju-t recemd a supply of SHERMAN'SWORM. A piece of bone came away from his cnder-jaw in January 9, 1S47 25 P. A. 11AYXVARD.

[1 ETER S" PILLS Lave from the tint been favorite 3O CuOirU, or 25OOO Itoxcs of opetifd, "fllv.'ered with <,\r Hnt spring*, and couGH CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC the fir t f,lace, as large as an English walnut a piece
1'1) a .OZENGES, valuable articles, and the most
a comlortalili hvcllu hl"I", The '.utbuildin are agrce- from his forehead as larceas a !is;ence, and a piece M. D. PAPY
medicine in the South, but no;v their conurn; : Dr.) Gordon's Famih Tills aisle form nf adminnfering medicinesSHERMAN'S ,
.. % lion i. confined to no crtion In the all new, the barn and pacious anti commn from near the crown of his head. It then went to

4 Kill: and the XXe t, as well as beyond the North Potomac the: THI:: V4.t aid inrria ini: demand for this r>c v ani <1i,:j4. 1 .re ion the tract a "iMrior orchard : ,'heape t and "t POORI.'S plaster ever oft-red PLASTERS to the the I the back and side, and discharged in three places.- C IzI & W9

.. in l-jurojie, Sooth .America. India, and the West In ,- r :< f trited mo die. they arc known and apf'rl-ci..t.-d. The demand t tixv ate dail I* dUtiri in all!I p<.rlion> of 1 t tie he last sear pr<.lucH 1 (rrm '<' to .111 1 bushels of fine of the ulceration, the muscles and cord Office on the tir3 xr of the Capitol .
| i.c
p forth* infix no i'ar.llel in the annals of medicine, t<.u.t. \ :.irctliv |lace be. n iiitr'dured, rf UsjHj raru" It" character fir h'a1rh I' ,irisestioniabe..Aply ..01DR. FOLGFRS OLOS.\ :\", ALL- from the bones of the ankle joint on the back part.- S uth wing, room farmerly occcpied by the '
C- *nd it may be aid .f their advocates II.a, liver ( oitij.Uints, and lilli! ,u* Disea.&a, to the Editor "I| the 1 Fh'riIi..n I r-r on the premise HE.ALINBALSAManinvalmbIearticlcforColdsCtiiighs or He had at one time fifteen running sores or n>ues Secretary cf the Territory.

." i The cry" i* titill they come'!" witliil,, i' xv< ll known attendant, Sick Headache, to 1\'. C. MILLER Asthma PK-.>ding at the from the plans of the throat and those place I ha e ?sovember13,153. 17
& ., I Iss id'jcs.d the make Jaiiusrv 0, 1M7 2'. Lungs, Consump mentioned. In 15-10,1 lived in
In all di.ea.te of the ktom ch, the abdominal visrere .r : undersigned to rranireniet tion and its kindred di e3-M"s. Portsmouth N II,
: : the liu'r.or die vtem generally, their altern- tsto receive his stock direct from the piopmt< rand -- ---- certificates from "ons in high containing and be was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever which JORX LRSklE.ATTORNEY .

:: atin-- and tonic !: the constitu- would Ato. their numerous eu.ti.mers t ,that the SPRING per standing, respecting settled in one of his hips which swelled as large as AT LAW
properties acting UM| )O GOODS. its valuable effects can be had ,
gratis by :
cut propcrtif'.f tde blood), will produce an imme- an pi> |'jrc l t > supply them wholesale! and retail, aNew plving a- above ap- three of the other Being under Medical treatment,
Yk n .eTHOMASM. they him laudanum until be lost his Quincy, Florida.nTILL .
diate and gave
i I -n.tu8Ih [ reason -
change perform a radical cure. nino\: TollJahas'lt'e. January 10. 1St/. GadsdeaCnnntv.
l TESTIMONIALS.: l TI'RN'FR. S-vainah A.: mnnsARI 25tf Then I became alarmed, and sent for a ThomsonianHi's attend the Justices' Ceurts of
\ Y the_ Pir____mt_.. retire___. nf__ _MIMI___ Florida._ __ _
: : Extract cf a l<-tier from Dr Wain" of Philadel A large stock of 1 the eexctliiit! I'nUjiitt received! now r..eivnc rer Ot n. XXiU,,. an ele :lTIt medicine helped his hip and rcaored his reason. n 'U u.

.. plua.d. ed February 2, llj :-" Yuur,Pills are the and i>.r site! at J">rents t.(r IK"\. \\ Irh full dirt'ctioiisbv el.-ction of *>j l'rin; and SumrncrGodiz : Upper Siixxniinee Springs, The third time he was attacked with this fever in and the Courts m the adjacent Counties of Georgia.

mildest in their oprration and vet post powerful in LLUISi.MES, MILES ASH.aad LDWARI> "rencht\\ r*%" *, F.\.ST FLORWA..illIlTIfr. 1M2, when hearing of Dr. Sards' Sar apanlla, and November 22, 15-15. 19 tf

: .. their e fleet* of anj that I have ever met with in a BAH .\nD. TalUha-jsfe, I Fj" and on enquiry will Satin .tri. |>eiJ',. subscriber takes this method of in being perfectly satisfied that all other medicines had _COKentmel copv

,; I practice of eight atd twenty year Their action on 'In t.unJ in ah. the towns and villages in the South Rich: On bri<* do ; his friends and the public that failed effecting a cure I sent and procured six bottles NATHANIEL HAMLIN
S Plain and ,
Uid Hiack il...
? anr* U..t and by the time he had taken it all I consideredhim
r- the chyle and henteon the impurities of the blood. taken a lease on the above establishment .
S \Ja) ', )Il7. -12 fin Plain M-xl.. Rile and Pink d'>. well Those places healed-he became Factor and (Ccmmiwion fitrrhsnt
;. ,.. uev dently very a4rprisrig.) _____ ____ _h ___ Black and colored! Ihlzarinet and Marpiese for a term of j ears and will be prepared to accommodate his brightand ,
* Extract of t a Mtr from Dr Henry Hall, of Que. Printed Muslins ilL who may favor him with their patronage lively-color came to face and lips-from NEXV-ORLEANS.
'j bee L C. March rt, I 1St! :_" For billious fever, V'.n c-r...M"'f- ; '.,t.!) Colored T.r1l/n :Miiline Lawns As regards the mineral qualities of the water that time till the Fall of lsH, his complaints never Col XV'M. BaILEY, Jefferson Co.)

S :. nek headache, fdr pidify( of the bnweN, and en ; ,. Do d,> Ihhc:4.! they cannot be surpassed bv any watering placein troubled him At that time he 1x'C3'neJeaf. which JAS KIRKSET, Esq, Tallahassee RarrarivCts.

ot br f'm.nt of the spleen Dr Peter Pill arc an ex 1 ." IJ !.W:: f1. Plain 1,. d) America The Springs will be opened by the first continued until last March, when his right eve became D LPD, E q., Newport )

S. eel lent medicine" ... ih"J .. _-...d 1 Organdie M'i'.Ina l day of March Chances wi.l be moderate and every affected; from that to the left e}e,covering the rebiuary 6.117. 20IV.
4 .5 To sale LE(1S< 4. AMES MILES .A.---t4.. : sight of the eye so that he was in a
: .v NASH. ;, tE' Of '. KDXX: ARD ILtRNAIW.) i, l Ii S Mourning LatH' and GmgtiJir.i favor him with their company The subscriber is deprived of sight. 31. MARTIN,

I May S1.I"'I7.I'! TnCABlMETMAKING. Rich llenae [rovided with good and faithful servant, fine stables Knowing that Sands Sarsaparilla. the only
'." THH jiufct-is of these Pills in curing in a few Black do d,. and attentive hostlers medicine that had ever done him any good I appliedto Commission and Fotwardin Xcnbaul,

I t u-s where all othe remedies have failed all.1 Suxri. SIt: Invalids laboring under the following diseases Mr Fowle .Apothecary at Boston for more. He 101 Pojdras street

hat, tf>r., inransof twelve and eighteen inontl s Black I lit r Scarfs rest| assured the Springs will effect for them a may has taken fifteen dollars worth which has removed NEW-ORLEANS
'r Je do permanent LA.
I: ::. DAMON A I.VACH.HA !tandiig warrai. : .Is the ic Assertion that. if taken accordnc Ladies While aid Colored superior Kid Glove cure: Di"pepia, Diabetic, Prolapsus Utera the humor from his eyes and hearing and he now rjUYLNG, SELLING RECEIVING, ANP FOflL -
to 'hi directions, they are eertain all kinds of Scrofula appears to be cured atoll radically so. I verily believe
: .. ING cure.- do d.. j'o! tin Scald I Head letter and the various > WARDING, attended to with *
bou.Lj C the entire tock and infcre Milk du prooprne
!l or _\ lorg list of certificates in fro f of thoir inOlhdlil ) painful disorders of this class all this latter trouble might have been avoidedif
..! ". Franc XVieiker ill the Cabinet Shop are ) rniglit !lie aIded, but those the directions Silk and Gin ;!1iim Urnlrdla' The had continued thorough l thence of the Sarsaparilla RCFLKS TO
upon Saloon
S. to do : cf work Parasols &. IW-soleite'., Bonnet Ribbons Dancing will be in readiness) for all JNO XV ARGYLE, LATH X BABRT.A .
a'l.kuid in
; that M
r .: prepared line and arc d.'rn.-.! surfi* i< nt. Try them and be cot.v'meet Sun Shades ,a..sfJrrtd. who art fond of this graceful and pleasing exercise.FRANCIS when he was under its influence the first time BCSTWICK.
t : patronagotierttolore given to the shop will hat; fix-v' are the roost nd c.-.rtain. and the Thra are the simple statements of the_ _farfa_ nr_. i.)... S. S. SmuT
: n
.. '. l he continued lljcir ex|>eucncc in the business Yer\ tatt' remedy evtr uttered to the public insure XXhiteand I.I.irk Silk lln-c, February! 27. IS 17 12 A. HUSON. case, and I feel it my duty to make those facts H knownto December, ln-11. OQ: _

S S.S. warrant them in spying they can j-ivc satifsction.S a leitilarient t anJ) lasting cure Slate, Black,While and Mixed Hose and half Hose. V The Journal", Tallahassee 3m the public 'for the benefit of those who may be Molasses and- Fish Barrels.
: Irish I. Advertiser
execute their k inens.Brown ,
4 They r'O well, and are willing to di..
i Linen ,"Griffin.
f constantly on
i." poe c it on ali reasonable term a. other workmen Drillinjrs, T
: any has been efleeted
cure solely from the
.o\"rll 2t. ( effect
.I I.J. .- of this
: :. in the State. do do and Cotton Drillings,, Montgomery, will pleaiCcopy engage any quantity of superior Cypress SYRUP
..I. "'. March 20, 1S>17. 35J 1*'. G A'7'yter:-Dear Sir :-Tin* tray certify Table Damak and Napkins once a week for three months, send one paper con- invaluable medicine or Fl ll R ARRELS: the former,holding from 37140gallons'

55-:5 ----J ---_ III. after using many preparations for the cure of Huckabark Towelinps tain:pg the notice, and their bills for the lame a* HANNAH W. BECK 229 Main st. the later usual Fi h barrel size.Newport. .
.: Chills Feb.
MagIstratc'. Court.I Scotch Diaper Linen Dowlas. personally 13.1M7. SO DAN'LJ2...,
in I.h.vaidan. bills appeared the above named
I Justices ot the Second | without any ben'fil.1 Hannah W Peck.
District Leon pro. Brown and
..,1 ;4>. rrUE hold thuf next Court on the, second County Mon CUred a box of Dr T>le-*i Fever and Ague 1'ills, atone White Bird Eve do., colored Black Table Holland and Piano Scotch Diaper, Groceries.Java and made solemn oath that the above certificate' by Just Received by J. R. Fortune
Covers *
; ': day ia June. Return day 4th of June. John dollar which cured me effectually', after I had Fancy Print", Democratic do. and Rio Coffee, her subscribed and statements therein contained, Cy DOZEN Ladies' fine colored Kid Glove,

f. .;z., XViI.on, J. W. Sherwood and Robert Eccle. are the u fie red with thm diatreMiinK and unpleasant com Italian and Fancy Cravats Furniture do Loaf and Crushed Sugar, arc tru Before me, ss 4 pieces rich Balzarine.

-:.; ministerial officers of Court. Under an >laint for twelve month I have known them used Vienna do New Orleans brown do JAMES RICE, Justice of the Peace. 3 printed Lawns,

a :f.'j: of the Mai i.trate't *re will be but one arrangement thirty ca.e* and not a single box has failed I be. Maddrass do Ma caroni, Olive Oil, For further particulars and conclusive evidence of S Crash.

,.t docket which will under the direction collecting of hove I hem to be the very best and most afe and cer. English Dairy Cheese, Pine Apple. do its superior value and efficacy see pamphlet, which Rjjsia an*> Cotton Diaper Ac, Ac-
,.. a ma. lain cure for and fever that Gingham do. Brown Soap Win.or ditto be obtained of Agents March
. I jority ol the leMifcnftl, Juitic**. Each offici r will aruc can lx used,anL un- Silk and Pongee I Handkerchief*, may gratis. 6,1847. 31
1 1.j. I be held responsible for the in liialled as a tonic restorative in all debilitated con. Sperm Candles Buck and Drop Shot Prepared and told by A. B. & D. SANDS. Dnnr.
his and Muslin do '
paper put hand Cotton o
'!S .t let colection.; Offibe,*for the present at the Court I diton of the Astern E. MYERS. Union Cotlonaden Bar Lead Cidar Vinegar guts, 100 Fulton street, corner of William,N.-Y. State Tax Collector's Sale.

'ht,1', JloUIft. t ( Price il I per box, with full directions. For sale, Blue Dennis Marine Dried Apple, &.c., &c. Sold also by LEWIS&AMES.Tanah1a'tl .S\UTH: B virtue of the power vested in me by law,I rfll

' 't: j C. r. BARTLETT, J. P. at Talljha*>*e, Ha bLEVIS & AMES MILES Fancy Stripe Drillings Shirting, LlQCOBS &c. & CAT LIN, Pensacola WHITlNG.St. Marks I. expose for sale, before? the Court House doori

.1"f S...'<.. i J ". BARRY J. p. Z"ASn. EDWARD BARNARD and on enquiry will Bohemia Plaids Brown Habit Linen. and by Druggists generally throughout the United the city of Tallahassee, county cf Leon,on the fir*

S J EDXVD: M. WEST, J. P. hf' found in all the town and village South and 4-1 Georgia Osnaburg.. Champaign Winchester and Cognac Brandy State Monday in July next, the following property,*"*
. : .' \V"t. XVluskey, Monongehala d. Price $1 bottle. Six bottles for $5. much thereof *
May I 13, 1*"7. 43 i and I Lowell do Madeira per as will pay the State and County
i $, ..'.> For MayS, 1M7.$ 42 Cm 4.4 English Cloth. and Claret Wine, ((0- The public are respectfully requested to remember the same for the year 1S46 : .

) N Sale. Linen Long Champaige Cider that it ia Sana's Sarsaparilla that has been Lots Nos. 317, 318. 319, 320, original plan,***
Ounaburg. London
r. : i Groceries. Porter. ScotcH Ale, and i* constantly achieving such remarkable cures of 179, north addition of of $**
1 KIKKLY: NEGRO GIRL ten or twelve oft Brown and Bleached the city Tallahassee.p
; :; A years A IT'LL astorficent: jut received and (or sale by Cottons Ducal.Champaign Wine, the most difficult class of diseases to which the human to
r 4(", for sale. tApply at this Office.M Brown and Bleached Shcetin porting belong to Davenp.rt.
t: -r'- I, l47. [ 41 L. & H. GREENBERG & CO Sperm and Tram Oils, &r, &c, for sale by frame is subject ; therefore ask for Sandj Sarsaparilla A. A. FISHER Sheriff
> Fine Sea Ulsrd
.Ajnll, 1V7 37 hirtinjrs. &.c &:.,
( BETTormr.Gs.. and take no other and
ex officio Tax Col for Leon Count/-
, ., .,' : April :1, I47. 37 April 3. 18-17. 37 December 12, IS W, 70 J Ij December 2<5.1b4fl. 73 n

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