The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
June 12, 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


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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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That Armstrong after him. But Arnold expecting planned than it fell, and in the heat of a close 'Kendall, I inc of 1 his last letters re. on the ungenerous treatment that Lieut. Hunter I to animals-which sse.ay ay *
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A ship ofwvisbou0d this, and determined not to be called back as fight he was prompt and'deadly as a bolt from lates several_anecdote*, current in the army, has rct'ed from his commanding officer, gae They seem to a steadily a
But with no store; breath he had been before, sparred furiously amid the heaven. "Shattering that he might reach, which illustrates particular portions of the action relates the following anahigous case in whicha effect, which pr 'wai

Her thunder'1eeP-'ti1 Meicy's ranks, and as the former approached him gal. and shattering what no reached' he was one at Cerro Gordo and give individuality t<5he gallant action was very differently judged b ing of even if they do p"pb Il
That waft* her o'er the sea, loped into the volleys, and thus the chase was of those few fearful men in the world that [ parties engaged in them. It is not to be the kindred spirit who beheld it. We termed the ** no.

She goes not;forth to deal out del.tb.But kept up for half an hour, until at length Arm. make us tremble at ourselves. His power expected that a despatch,bOW'eyer elaborate, no doubt that it would have been more to the There is another a food which have

bears iew life to thee. strong gave it up, and tho fierce chieftain had over his troops, and even over militia, was so can embrace all, or indeed many, of the actsof honorofCom. Perry had he chosen Capt Kear. found equally good with green millet. It the

Thy wasted land can scarcely strike jt all his own way. Goaded by rage and disappointment great that they became veterans at once under heroism' which contribute to the success of rey as hU pattern : Guinea which is th I

The chords of grateful praise; almost into insanity, he evidentlywas his eye, and closed like walls of iron a. battle ; and it is only in too anecdote and ar. The trial and sentence of Lieut. Charles G. and like g can all very productive impunity&

Tby plaintive tone it now unlike resolved to throw away his life, and cud round him. A braver' man never led an army. rrgossip, which grow ito traditions thatniLny Hunter brings to mind a case of disobedience horse and teams b re wit .

Thy voice'of prouder day*, at once his troubles and his career. Where He not only seemed unconscious of fear, but of the most daring acts of chivalry are of oren very similar, and will be interestingto t worked and indeed in the constantly I

Yet even in Borrow, tuneful Mill the shot fell thickest, there that black steed loved the excitement of danger, and was nev pBpserved. The fbllowicg ruse de guerre o generally, a well as many of This for the most part Jote, preferred w.aher.-by

Let Erin's!Voice proclaimIn was seen plunging through the smoke, and er more at home than when in the smoke of gires us to understand tlat Col. Hainey is our young and gallant officers of the navy.- .gr; bu the objection which I have to k U,

bardic praise,on every hill where death reaped down the brave fastest, the conflict. Place a column of twenty thousand qute as fertile in expedient! when need be; as We know of no case more suitable to a juxtaposition that you are dependent upon volunteer

Columbia's glorious name. there his shout was beard ringing over tho din veteran troops under him, and not a mar. bold' in action : thai* the foUowin:-At at a tm that have sprung up a bunch pl

and tumult. Ho was no longer the cool and shal of Bonaparte's could carry it farther, or A. Ruse de Gucrrc.-With the Rifles, a por. I when tho Island of was inested pi. last year's fo ar sprouts with whichto

CHARITY.-FROM THE GERMAN.Chairity skilful officer, but the headlong warrior, reckless hurl it with greater strength and terror on an tioi of the 1st Artillery and one company of rates, who were committing to moa horrid set out gwh te crop. There is great

decent modest,
Sof\elllihe high. And rears the abject mind; with foam, and it seemed impossible that his tient and steady under trials, energetic and de. the morning driven tie Mexicans from two lives of citizens of all natios Captain (now But n 1 with the millet. And nothing is i

Knows with just reins and gentle hands to guide, rider could long survive amid the fire through termined amid obstacles, equal to any emer. hills \\hichwere overlooked by their strong Cmoor) Kcarnr, U. S. brig En. easier than to obtain a stand with latter, if

Betwixt yile sbane) and arbitrary pride; which he so wildly galloped. Some of the gency, and daring even to rashness-he wasa work on Cerro Gordo but which were still terprize, was sent to break up this horde of i i only planted with the least th of care

Not soon provoked, the easily forgive. officers thought him intoxicated, so furious and terrible man in the battle. Hut his pride important. This had been ffccted with great pirates. During the cruize, he discovered a mean in the.breaking up, deg

And much she taken, as cbe much believes; vehement were his movements, and so thrill. and passions were too strong for his principles, loss, and so many had been detailed to carry pirates of Cap Antonio in possession of a ship of the soil. It would seem be mellowingof a

Soft peace she briags wherever she arrives; ing his shout, as with his sword sweeping in and he fell like a Lucifer from heaven. Placing off the wounded and take care of tho dead, .I and ship and one brig American plant, in apearanco, when very t young; but in .
about his head he summoned his his above that in the afternoon the found him. the other English which they were plun.
She build. our qutet as she forms our lives; fiery circles personal feelings every thing Colone a few weeks i shows itself to b a hardy and
Lays the rough path of peevish nature: even, followers to the charge. Once, wishing to go else, he sacrificed even his country to them. soil with but a mere o men to protect I dering in the vicinity of one of their strong j gorous plant j

And in each heart: a little heaven. from one extremity of the line to the other, Revenge was stronger than patriotism." and sustain the position he had won with so holds, a dangerous ref protected them from -In my former article, I that I prefer J1
instead passing behind his troops, he wheel. Arnold's treason had sunk in oblivion all much difficulty. About two o'clock in the af. the approach of large vessels,and a battery on red to plant thick, when sed stae was .

Each other gift jvljich God or man bestows ed in front and galloped the whole distance his noble deeds ; covered his career with infamy ternoon the Mexicans made a tremendous de. shore to protect them from boats or small ves I had reference only to such abndt were :

His proper bound and'due restriction knows ; through the cross-fire of the combatants, while and fixed a deep and damning curse on monstration as :f to re.take the heights. Happening sels. designated to b cut, and not to such a a wer :1"

To one fixed purpose dedicates its power a long huzza followed him. Holding the high his name. Men turn abhorrent from hi? grave to be in a valley directly between Co. Commodore Kearny immediately orderedthe to be left for purpose of saving seed. The J

And finishing its all, exists no more. est rank on the field, his orders were obeyed -friends and foes speak of him alike with lone llarney and Cerro Gordo, whither a few bri's boats to be manned, and also two latter should be ptanted thin, 5 that each plant -i

Thus in obedienc to what Heaven decrees -except when too desperate for the bravest scorn, and children learn to shudder at the us had gone, under cover of the trees and or belonging tote merchant ves may mature tho most perfect and .t

Knowledge shall ell and Prophecy shall cease; to fulfil ; and receiving no orders himself he name of Benedict Arnold. This is all right brushwood, to-obtain good vievofthe Mexicans I sels. This command he gave to his gallant seed. I have had a single seed t.

Bat luting Charity's more ample away, conducted the whole battle. His frenzied I and just, but there is another l lesson beside the on the latter hill, we had a most excel second officer, Lieut. James McIntosh, with twenty shoots or suckers, as some would term
Nor bound by timq nor subject to decay and fearful : of be learned his lent the whole orders not to part company or separate the
manner, exciting appeals, daring, guilt treason to from history opportunity seeing movement.A them, and .perfect and well grown ear to
In happy triumph.shall forever live I infused new spirit into the troops, and they -that it is no less dangerous than criminal to furious clang of trumpets first announcedthat boats. With these orders Lieut. McIntosh each shoot. A few bunches only, will make II

And endless good diffuse and endless praise receive. charged afier him, shouting like madmen. So let party spirit or personal friendship promotethe the enemy was in motion, and soon we left his vessel, but it was not long before he. seed sufficient to plant a considerable quantity V.
beside himself he with excitement less their in rank. could line of found that in obeying orders he could accomplish of I
-- perfectly was deserving over superiors sec a long infantry marching ground. never cut those_ bunches which
1M! D g !L n.. !M that he dashed up to an officer who did The enemies Arnold have a heavy accountto down the steep hill side and making directly for nothing, as the boats of the merchant I t leave for.seed. But I have obtained 1 i
... !.. = his he wished and render for their and tho Col. and vessels could not keep up with him, (being desIg .
not lead on men as opened injustice, our Congress height now occupied by llarney a as seren cuttings in rotation from ;
Ie WASHINGTON AND HIS GENERALS.! his head with his sword. He was every where would do well to take warning from their cx. his small but gallant baud. With such tree dull and heavy) and it ,va necessary to pull that which I ha cltiv&te for the purpose of I

j present, and pushed the first line of the enemy ample." mendous f fury did the trumpeters blow their instruments ahead a fast as possible, to cut off one of the feeding. great difficulty at times, which fJ

the May number of the American Re. so vigorously that it at length gave way.- "Arnold," says :Mr. Headley, "was one of ,that on uiused to them would have pirate vessels, which was attemptingto esp arises, is to keep the growth from getting a. i
Burgoyne moving up his right wing to cover those rash, reckless persons, like Murat and thought that they alone were sufficient to drive and consequently he separated his head of the If the U cut !'J '
view be foun4 j extract
< interesting
from the may above wdrk.many From these we have its retreat, he hurled three regiments with Junot, who in times of peace become bold] every Yankee completely from the heroic and succeeded in capturing four pirate vessels and before it CODupoo. puts pt shoot I

selected the following notice BENEDICT AR. such terrible impetuosity upon it, that it also speculators, roving adventurers, or dissipated sacred soil ofMexico. Onward sill they came, setting fire and blowing up a fifth, besides de. from the stem which is cut : bu allowed lo L
broke and fled. While the British officers young men. The fierce life within them must and onward ; louder came the blasts from the stroying a large amount of property on shore, mature 1 fast before cutting to it will
HOLD, the bold, brave, but unfortunate traitor. II a joint i
efiorts in other in form other and itself doubtless themselves with their habitations, striking terror to a not the shoot from the
were making desperate partsof out some or expend trumpets to give cour. put out will
There be gathered from it a lesson wore sem
may field the reversed tide of battle somewhere. In form neared tho where knew community villians that had committed such send forth !
thy to be remembered by those who have the the to stay war they the leading age as they spot they a new one altogether, which create
he pressed on after Burgoyne-storming over characters, for they are at home in the excite. they would meet with war to the death. The vast depredations and bloodshed. some delay. Now, I have that when I
of office and the distribution of found
The gift destiny of a brave fellow fixed the batteries, and clearing every obstacle, till ment of battle, and delight to struggle on a position was all.important to them, and a host This gallant ac was not accomplished with. the plant is thickly 10vc it grows _not quite i

circumstances many beyond his control. Vault at length he forced him and the whole army field of great risks. was 0 the way to alack it. Soon they reached out great .hazar and during a tremendous so vigorously, nor dos seem to hasten so

by checked back into their camp. Not satisfied with this From his boyhood, Arnold exhibited the a spot almost within musket range, and thunder sor \thich lasted one hour, the rapidly to maturity. But notwithstanding every
its ;
ambition in career-pride, I
ing of moral he prepared to storm the camp also. But leading traits of his character. Reckless, pit- while they had halted a moment to form, to recover rain pouring down in torrents all the time. precaution 1 have ha it to hasten so far
mortified turn-the
at every) want
once behind their entrenchments, the British iless, and daring he was the terror of his play. their wind, and collect and strengthen On returning to his vessel that night, fa. my cutting, have been necessitated
and fixed
firmness religious principles, were
exhibited* in the life of Arnold, and rallied and fo.ight with the fury of men strug. mates, and disliked by all. He would scatter their nerves for thecoming struggle, Col. Harncy tigued and without provisions for his crew, to cut it, even when not wanted, rather .

the peculiarly depth of infamy and disgrace to which he gling for life. The grape shot and balls swept broken glass in the road, where the school improved the occasion to play off a regu. what was the reception he met with from the than to allow it to go on to maturity, which .

should moral future every inch of the ground, and it rained an iron children passed barefoot, and tempt them lar trick upon them. His men were partial. brave and magnanimous Kearney 1Vby, in would unfit it for yielding any further succes I"
at last sunk, serve as a to
nut read what follows, it is full of life tempest on the American ranks, but nothing round the druggist shop in which he was employed ly concealed behind the brow of the hill, yet admiration of his gallant and meritorious act, sionofcrops. It may b cu so soon a it is g Jt
ages. could resist their valor. On with he himself in view ofthehostile host that reflected honor on the service, the noble be in the
and interest[Columbia Chronicle. fiery on they phials, only to scourge was plain ; large enough to gathered together
swept in the track of their leader, carrying them away with a horsewhip. He was bold [ and now be commenced a harangue which Kearney received him as a hero, complimented hand, and from this height until it is about

Notwithstanding all these brilliant achievements every thing before them. The sun had now as he was cruel, and delighted in those perilous would have served for an army of 20,000 men him for his bryer and succes and in jointing which in some instances is nearly 1', t

of Arnold, sats the Review, with which sunk in the west, and night was drawing its feats which none of his companions dared appointed every way wliii cannon,with cavalry the best of Lieut. McIntosh! that three feet.

the country rung Congress, creating five new mantle over the scene. Arnold. enraged at imitate. It was a favorite amusement with with mortars, and with all the appliances of he took a great responsibility on himself and Some horses seem exceedingly fond of i it, .

major-generals, lefthim: out ; and all those appointed the obstinacy of the enemy, and resolved to him at a grist-mill, to which he sometimes car. war. Don't ibo yet !I" shouted he to his said-" Come:,_i .1---, Sir, you r _have. .eaten' nothing.* to'iithe AU others eat ;, .t ITfiJiaayi.. I'
his juniors in rank Arnold / .0 ] u" 11r
were make one more desperate effort for a complete ned grain, to seize the largn watrr.tvbaol Ly little ban&andhis1hngs are mmo vtilia weait- cabin he drank to the health of his will become fond of it, if be is deprived of j
was justiadignaal] and ready to throw up his victory rallied a few of his bravest troops the arms, and go round and round with it in its cst ; "wnit till bey come closer, and then with the of well .
and a ho is
fodder and
Lieutenant, generous other especially surn
commission,but Washington wrote him, beg. about him. and rousing them by his enthusiastic huge e'olution8--now buried under the foam. give them sugai! Don't draw a trigger, I conduct characteristic i .
soul with saiL
ging him to do nothing hasty, assuring him it led them last the and above in fierce those cannons,there, your i plied !
should appeals, to a charge on ing water, now hanging tel you-doubleharge of the noble spirits which compose our na. After cutting, the ground should be )
was a mistake and be rectified. Arnold itself. I'ou said he to was while his looked in si. and cainister and wait till I give every
one, delight, companions on ,
camp grape and which has this day added lustre to ourarms or stirred lightly with a hoe ; ,for
magnanimously' refrained from doing with me at Quebec, you in the wilderness, and lent terror." the word : I dOlt want one of them ever to vy incalculable service to the ploughed the which a R "
and done as take the foliage of plant,
what, we think, Washington himself would you on Champlain-Follow me !" His sword get back alive !" In this strain he went on of the world. I drink to you away :
commercial interests would shade the and consequentlykeep
ground, i
have done instantly ; and while waiting for was seen glancing like a beam of light along A Certainty.-The passion for gamblingand interlarding his balle speech with a few more who dared to take the responsibility whilst
justice, attacked, with| five hundred militia, two their serried array-the next moment he gal. betting is the master of the individual who of the strongest of abjectives than I care the officer such essential rervice." it moi otbengrauec becomes
kin it
thousand British regulars who had just burned loped in front, and riding right gallantly at gives his mind to it. Not long ago an unofl- about repeating. effect was glorious.Not .- ,and render Commodore society Kearney with Lieut. would be hindered break thei gw the to I. :1

Danbury. Two horses were shot under him, their head through the devouring fire, broke ending old gentleman travelling in the South, a word of thq harangue, which might Ln' wi, be remembered by a grateful I necessary allow the to air and dew to cr o ear
and for three days pe assailed them at every with a clatter and a crash into the very sally put up at a hotel which was so full that he was have been mile, was lost upon the pub wi 1

turn,till they fled on board their ships. Fore port of the enemy, where horse and rider sunk compelled to take a bed in a room which con. Mexicans, hea quarter a of that distance off; lick. _ _ now close with a single suggestion worth to oo their ag .
will be
ed, by this gallant behavior, Congress made together to the earth-the good steed dead, tained three other sleepers, one of whom wasa and a some no of them underto English, andat Maria Chtina.Te Queen mother of ricultu friend that it in of their! i
but withheld his rank.- notorious In the middle of the zealous devotee.A sean, some corner a
him major-genera and Arnold beneath him,with his leg shattered gambler. once interpreted speech ; especially a. Spain, a cultivation of half dozen bunches
Still by the persuasions of Washington, he to pieces, the same leg that was broken at the night the old gentleman was compelled to bout double loading the cannon with letter writer says She hears- twelve gardens, a from seed.
his and joined General search for his Not grap the altar of her ,which may b procured as many
postponed resignation storming of Quebec. coat. being acquaintedwith and canuisterto the co commanding masses per diem before private be enabled .
will to experiment
Sch yJer. While tjiere he learned that"Con. I This ended the fiirht. and tho wounded the geography of the room he went stum. prudently wheeled his men and marched chapel in the Rue de Courcelles, and apend i By this means they ; .

grew had voted on the question of his rank, hero-was borne pale and bleeding from the bling about-running now and then againstsome baqk'er the \vay he came without firing a gun the interval in calculating the price of Itoks ; upon it properties and value with, and learn little

and decided against him.". The fact is, that field of his fame only to awaken to chagrinand obstacle. While these peregrinations I is needless to say that Col. Harnoy had one purchase of French Government stocks, what cultivation it requires, b t

Arnold had some bitter enemies in Congress, disappointment. There is but little doubt continued, he continually muttered or solilo nothing in the shape of a cannon with him-it last week, amounted to a million of dollars. painsorexpense._ _ ; I

who misrepresented: things and carried votes when he violated his orders and galloped to quised aloud something in this style: "I'll bet was the strongest king of a bluff game" he She is thus investing a large qantity of specieshe Wife of Gn.Ja-To -1

against. him. That Congress, as a body, the field, he had made up his mind to bury his five dollars I shall run into a basin of water or was playing and the sequel shows that ho won brought from Spain, (whence sEo arrived Epihoth on the

though often wavering and inefficient,was certainly sorrows and disappointments in a bloody grave. something like it. Confound the darkness at i it. hero on the llth March,) probably the last son, written by an officer of the United States :

not disposed to'act unjustly. Stung to Would that he had succeeded, and saved him. I'll bet ten dollars I shall run into a basin or Lieu Reno.-During the same afternoon drain from the treasury of unhappy conn and inscribed upon her tombstone, has

the quick,Arnold was yet persuaded to remain, self from the curse of his countrymen and the a pail. Deuce take the handkerchief my Lieut. Reno with two or three of Talcott's try, where her power is determinated by a army been copied and sent to 0 by .friend : \

Schuyler urging the need his country had of scorn of the world. cold I'll bet twenty dollars I go in !" mountain howitzers, did little executionby quarrel with her daughter, Queen Isabella." Here lie the remains of Mrs. 1c11.c. :
him. when the stroac army of Burcovne wassweeping Arnold for freedom. No sooner was the last offered than no a Paris of
never fought again wager pitching grape and spherical case into the The very agreeable correspondent I SON, wife of President Jakin die H
down upon them from the North.- Congress, at last, after all these victories, gave clatter, crash, splash went a large wash ba. Mexicans. The latter are most destructive, the Boston Atlas furnishes the following gossip 22d Dec. 1828, aged j :

consented to stay and help him face the him his rank ; but he had become, at Philadelphia sin and pitcher to the floor,deluging the unfor. and after one or two doses of them had bur in relation to this woman : Her face was fair ; her person pleasing ;

immediate danger; and, on the 19th September inolved deeply in debt, and in difficulties tunate man, and almost frightening him clear the retiring column of tie enemy, it was I saw Queen Christina in her carriage on her temper amiable ; and her heart kind.- .

fought skilfully with his division alone, the with the Council ; a court.martial declare out of his wits. The gambler, who was wide upon noticed that their improved mete rial.Iy. the morning of her arrit'a and found her faded She delighted in relieving the wants other fellow J

first sanguinary engagement with a part of ed him, with justice no doubt, to have acted awake immediately on hearing the offer of the pace since she left still a fine creatures, and cultivated that divine pleasure : f fi

Burgoyne's army. Gen. Gates, at*envious, ** imprudently and unwisely;" and, :like Co. wager and the noise of the accident which was The 3d and 7th [, the following moman-a deep touch of roug supplying the i by the most liberal and unpretending !
pompous and ambitious man, now began to riolanus, he remembered his services and his simultaneous, exclaimed, in a voice of sup. ianr.-n the roses which bloomed cheeks until methods.To 'i
treat him with great injustice and meanness, wrongs. At one time ho thought of quittingthe pressed excitement, but raised to its highest day, at the Gordo reach, blighted by the harrasing toils of political intrigue. the poor she was a benefactor ; to the I

making no mention of him in his official report army, and, like a Roman General, establishing pitch- I leading men of the 3d and 7th Infantry breastwork of Juno woul l have envied her shoulders rich an example ; to the wretched a comforter l

and finally] taking away his division and a settlement in the wilderness of Western You d-d fool Why didn't you stake ed opposite sides of the circular I nor had Phidias a more faultless model, I ; to the prosperous an ornament ; her pi-

giving it to another. so that when the second New York, with his old officers and sol. all the money yqu've got-you had a sure I .1 brush! __the_-.. -Mexicans- _.: had.u erected.. ....-. ,to rti.protectr i.ii though sho is becoming rather corpulent for I etv went hand in hand with her bneyolenc t
battle, of the 7th of October, was fought, he, diers ; would he had so ended his career.- thing of ill"Affection iiieir wails IVI UU\UVI uu iuu .with,VI loss"IV.from. strict riticsm. and she tHanked her Creator for if

the best bravest, and most successful general Pressed by immediate difficulties, and actuatedby The enemy ha all been driven fora Munoz st by her side, a place he has occupied ted to do good. prt. ff\

in the army, was without a command. revenge, he obtained the key of the Hudson of Bees.-An elderly lady at Nan- the outer and the victors their had breath halted and since he commanded a squad of the lfe.guar Abeingsogentleand yet so virtuous,slaa. '
44 He in the when the tea, who had an estate in the neighborhood of few moments to collect which he sent to
was camp cannon- river, then it to the enemy and in was sereat der might wound but
gave up I
exhausted to cl dinr.I
adiag of the 7th of October commenced, and blackened his name forever. Mr. Headley, that town where she used generally to pass the wait for those who were the more main attack cor Queen from Madi Ildefonso.Her I Even Death, when he no f ans

)listened one may guess with what feelings, to we think, has drawn his character with much summer, had a remarkable partiality for bees come up preparatory when to Lieut. Glitz, of the upon 3d, carriage breaking on the way, she of her husband, could bu transport to the I Ibm
the'rou of battle, whih was ever music toMs justice. and kept a great number of them upon her ('5. the stronghold, was forced to pass the night at a roadside inn, of her God. .
As the thunder of tate. She took great pleasure in attending saw some of the men of the other regiment rendering himself
stormy nature. artillery He was a man of decided genius-sudden the dashing sergeant agree.
hook the ground on which ho stood, followedby and daring in his plans, and brilliant in their these little insects. Towards the end of May! clambering over the broa.s work. Hurts the, able, and no one can now doubt the verity of Promotion from tA Ranks.-The Ohio
the sharp rattle musketry,his impatienceand execution. As an officer he possessed great '77, this lady, having been taken ill was con. 3d !1" he ejaculated; "oyer and at the or the old Spanish proverb, "Intrtpido es a7 Statesman of Monday says:
excitement could be no longer restrained. merit, and Washington knew it, and hence veyed to Nantes, where she died a few days 7th will bo in first ;i" no the together Mexicans. It y dc todo lae venccdor." From the Mr. G. G. Miner, a member o Captain

He;walked about In the greatest agitationnow constantly interposed the shield of his person after. On the day when sho was to bo inter. gallant regiments Lieut.C. I Ii favorite been elevated to the dignity of SANDERSON'S company of mounted rie

pausing to listen to the din of war, and between him and his enemies. Like Dona- red, an enormous number of bees made their i is necessary to say that from, his position__n __0 _i.L_ Duke de Rtanzares of Spain, Duke de Mont. has been taken from the ranks, and
now watching the fiercely ascending volumes he wanted and skill at the head appearance in the house when the body lay, was the timt to notice tao movemCD u : morot of France, and tho glittering stars of Secretary to Gen. SCOTT. His promotion is i
of smoke that told parte power and the coffin would not be driv. 7th. It is said that Capt. Alexander, of the after the battle of .
where the fight was raging.Ah of his armies. Impelled by broader and no. settling upon himself with most European orders knighthood ornamenthis accounted for a folow t
1 who can tell what gloomy thoughts and bier views than Congress and governed by a en away. A friend of the deceased wishingto 3d killed two or three Mexicans that LieutenantG. ample chest. Queen Christina brings Cerro Conic in looking over the.
fierce purposes of revenge were then and there I justcr spirit, he would, if left to himself have ascertain whether these were the same bees one nfCo1t' repeaters, of with her an infant six weeks old, with five of battle field, observed a Mexican General who
bore in his soul-it is terrible to drive the bound Arnold to the cause of freedom with that she bad taken such tender care of when W Smith, who commanded a company his eight brothers and sisters, who bear the I w killed by a rifle ball, which had struck i

brave to despair. The hero of Quebec and cords of iron. He would not have visited too l living repaired immediately to the estate engineers at the storming of the same place, name Munoz. Their position in the hierarchy the officer in the fore bea. The General!, a

Chtmplain, and Ridgcfield,to whom the head. severely on him his extravagances, or held where be found aU the hives emptied of their signalized himself most gallantly, as Well did also did ii not yet clearly defined, but at any ter some inquiry, ahottoMr. 8K r

long charge and perilous march were a delight, him too closely accountable for the use of his inhabitants. Lieut. Bucll of the 3d Infntr. rate they have an abundance of royal rela. who was immediately sent for by Gen. S *
and 7th
who like war-horse for the conflict both the 3/1 previous high and in his new
panted a faftfficient power. Knowing him to be impetuous and An English Judge in Preston, recently, in. in this .trying action, and I trust tions. _ _ placed letter pation. in
doomed reputation learn
; WM here bj an comman. and by a rcei\d ,
headlong, nay, arrogant and overbearing. the charged the thus : readers read the official : teithout a Lancet or a Doc remain inactive. HU brave followers him summing up case, jury that all our may reports I cured this city from the Mr. Miner is intelligent
often he curbed Apl
would have a
\ unscrupulous, -" You cannot have any doubt as to the pris- of their daring of valor. days ago a man was taken suddenly cp
: veto death without him and IUddea de an excellentpen
Risking on young
" by remonstrance rather than by disgrace, neper's guilt; his very countenance would bang &e& ., G. W. K. with'apoplexy at the police office at Jefferson
resolves and emotions kept YOUR We Whig
overwhelming man. supposelomeoour
directed all those for fro
. vast energies so eager him." This is making chart work with both Market-bis face being as blue a indigo
: up sack a tumult In his bosom, that his excite action the foes of his will that it wa wrong in General 8
on have of say .
country. I' law and testimony. Such a remark from an The ,as one thei & from the swelling of the blood vessels. .
such adroit murderer.9
: meet at length amounted almost to madness.r But with Arnold's to promote an
iI imnctnositv.
was pro. thin and beautfully in Dr. Turn
bad read
rounds who
American Judge would have gone the a very .pa of tho careful and shoot XMexicans
poD On better be
TOM TO Tltl BATTLE' FIKLO.Uaable dent and skilfuL He laid his plans with j judg. rolor, and attached the' Miner D
sharp i a
of the English press for twelve month, as a kept a" as er's Triumphs Young Physic" new General lest he
4. 4g longer fo restrain impulses,he ment, then pressed them with vigor and energy conclusive demonstration of the worthlessness long pole of.b fire fet They haze late and scientific treatment of that disease, got *, with b da by th S

,.'" catted like the helpl aa Augereau for his horse.Vngtothossddleberode1brawhilea.. that astonished every one. He could be safely republican institutions. Even an Anti-Rent ly done all ,teir fighting it. And it is some cold water and poured by colon Xcnia Torch Light, Grnr .'

:, trusted with an array, for althoagh he could Judge could not go beyond it. by these weapons that they hare had such.sue.cess. the patient's head. In a cuu .TIrn XosTADZOITsIVLLUUiU1TZOATcuTru >

wj ve'Mib. amp in a tempest of passion. At scarcely resist the temptation to fight when An officer writing from ,can Jago senseless man came to, and in a quarter of a BOt.BV' AJtt. WOHAW AJTD.

;,!; length a heavy explosion of artillery, making battle was, afforded, he managed it prudently, Debt of Alabama.-TheN. York Express aays."Otir army no being able to get' g hour he walked off home, welL-N. Y. T CHILD BLAYXK"of the

.JE ih* earth tremble beneath J him, burst on his and extricated himself from difficulties with says-**The State of ,Alabama has placed a horses'could not keep clear of 'them. Sun a case brought be

ff. He Mooed a moment and leaned overass woaderful akill. He would struggle with the sufficient amount in the Phoenix Bank of. this wl'Ue their Arab-like charge from be- the State, now iasession
ntifo.bov,then plunging his rowels up to most stubborn obstinacy maintain his ground city to meet the interest of all its debts due blre one of our riders was able to 1 of TGeNTeLnoDTme nNewTorkkysunanimotc1C1

If. 1h | &&:ia his hone,launched like a lbwxer.p against an overwhelming force, and when here and (In London: on tho lit of July. It U hire his rae hU foe, be would find' himself ment full advertisements ce making that Issuecontain ion was (hat juries ia criminal case*are
oo *** to retreat, do it with consummate reditable to the of the State :cot. or transfixed with one of their giea
integrity horribly .
; / He wa* mounted on a beautiful compelled highly the enormous number of 2082 advertisementiyfthe judge fa oboe, and not judge*pthe
dulc Sjas iAttare, lumed Warren after theM address., One great cause aChil tueeell was that she never faltered or failed to have hot peari r"* the California!*-well knowiag mere want of" fact, us hitherto bra uniformly

: heN of Boater HOI,;Worthy each a rider,and his celerity of moremeat.. "'HUtnmd worked interest monty on the "not before It btcornes 1 whew their great advantage lay,'nawer' 1 4 those but*of emrl bringing 297 b Land .. .
*bjch bore aim like the wind Into the battle. with' tlagnltr rapidity 'and what h* resolved (100." an atracKOQ'MI' tbeTesn* )1nd mr' Lld
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translation of thi* document, a portion of armed last SYrig Brazes Santiago, evening of tU 10th May. TAduelissaldtohaveOCCfredItCluiD achrtved himself and bis cosjotry such distinguish .
; : efDin abu b the Rio Graadc'-Catttts fib ,
which-we publishes- furnishing! a indie*- whence she on the 29th ulu Although Heuteoants i is Saturday, June 12, 1847. *!and brilliant,renown in Muic bad determined lr t *" ,. .
the 2lst uh. between who
Those that
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tw tbeAdminstnioa.
feeling i ir Mexico : later than the Jams L. bay she brings upon sacrificing him, and for that purpose urge
tt of ibe aLe no or the Matarnoros. Flag ol'the 22d and Regiment. Weapoa.muskets Cotton.-'Not a bale has been received during the had witbdtawn (from his a portion of his on the war by the march to the Rio Graade,tad wfe
}' L4' The Cabinet o Washington have determined 26th ult. which we had before seen. L.Mebdy lode with ball and buckshot Both were; week. Our latest dales Irom Liverpool art by the efficient and left him to struggle at abU i for ordering this monmet.a''t

I" : perpetrate, lo the present age, a no The name of ole was Maham. The New York mar- mot Irop fore the ful of most important ; as b
1 : t llth and Dr. Chal kie. Hiberniaop to the 19h M Buena Vista a J la' a0 i L i.
l4 cdm.-re indeed in the a.nat ortb IfntrI. 8 *'! !
tarribie ner, passengers.The c le 8 ket shows a decline ft a cent since the arrival of regulars bad been detached from Gen.Taylor's army rite cause a.ige for the w by the whip

h; ef,the whole wodd. Ambitious to extent news army we gave yesterday of the &mra t+ the Rainbow, and the o sales are extremel/ light- ty She Pretutent.with an such design as charged, others,it is necceteary tbat these facts should b kept U

,: : ; their prosperity and temporal) power\nd 1 of Col. Doniphan Parras is F NewlMfi3s trpught Large sales 0 Flour at i* t1.| the language of the' Whig) prn could not b too prominently before the people. First, they form
the last of a The late |
ifcce coming
I : that General Taylor; long before the march
pctotbeir the Flag, which says the intelligence was in strong to express the abhorrence of humanity at a was or*
i liavenothesitaied $tovioUt no news fromeiltef-ditMo: ..fa"y Fourth of July. dered. and when there was not a
letter of jet
whole certainty
'r C \ lo Gen. Cushing by a the crime heinous. But the correspondence that
; ; towards the gentje society of Mexc the cmmunicre Mexico. The only iteia .{ We have been requested to call a meeting of the 1 Mexico would not negotiate,advised this
:: Doniphan iras shortly iJp the with Gen. Taylor march
., Monterey. of Department .ben pub
Cl. which I
hutaaa wild following, w.lip' and assemble
\ .2 4 : most acre of rights. expected down with his cmmand '* 1' citizens Tallahassee vicinity, to and not a shadow of a shade of reason have a peace movement. The Administration, wateifol

I.If ;.' they behold with raring ibif theM Mr. Parish, bearer of depatches Thursday last : at the Court House on WEDNESDAY next,to adopt the opposition impute any such wicked design to of all opportunities to negotiate,I ddem ,

.. -: ." opulence of o temples, the our through Mat. S.\NA ANNA SOlE THE CAPITAL. suitable measures for th celebration of the coming the administration. On the contrary the letters of make no movement not authorized th.t.t

C ; / church, the magnificence of our homesteadsthe TaylorfrCValbingnpaue. From La Patria, yesterday, we learn thai anlierA'of AMCKICA. IWDEKKDIWCE. Meeting the of War breathe the most unlimited which would defeat its main object-an honorable
beauty of our weaker sex,the imniense letters have been received in this city by way to at o'clock a. m. &rtr
.f 1..'. angelic Gen. Cashing has received orders to join convene 1 and we may say, unparalelled. confidence in Gen. settlement of all difficulties-delayed the
inexhaustible treasures of our moanT Gen. Taylor immediately at Monterey. Although ofTampico, from the city of Mexico, to the 00 Sentinel and Journal please copj. Taylor's opinions and views. He is specially charged march until it had ll.tador information on.Hex.
) of our fields, the beau 21st ult. in which it stated that Santa An. th
tune fertility B
4 an he has not recovered from his recent Bale of State Land,. not to detach a single man from his army upon ico would'not listen to our Minister. As to the pd.
i. I', tiM variety of our!climate ; ever the im he had determined to set off in a few na arrived in the capita! on the 19th May, ns of the in its effect
I injury We have been politely furnished by the State RegJster any of the enterprizes the Department was desirous icy movement open the peace
enemies of our race origin they tbat his was
reception 0
placable would was very
1 t days. The 1asacbuseu'a regiment expected ; The Major BEARD,with the following statement of should b undertaken, it his own safety or any part the two countries, no one can say whetltr Ttytpc!
have taken rjpH steps extinguish our name mentions that different from he anticipated.
t \i '. t of all these go up with what the amount of land sales which took place recently, of the valley of the Rio Grande would be endangered and the Administration were right or not,fo) ,
1 .: and the nselves precious. Capt. Edward Webster, now in this city has populace,or rabble, principally lepcros,assembled disar ico bad determined war,and ordered her
I pes ad interim and pursuant to public notice, in the Counties of Jefferson thereby or his own contemplated operations upon troops
receive the President ,
p } ; gifts. been appointed aid to Gen. Cushing. to Gadsden and Jackson.In ranged. The President was anxious to make a demonstration to attack our.before she heard of this march. How.
: Yon hare already them, compatriots. showered him curses both loud and deep
t I{ ben Gen. Cadwalladcr had an e- upon
Brig. Jefferson, 400 sold for Vera Cruz, but advised Gen. Taylor then could this march have been the cane of the
: In vain is the memory of the thousand and lection in the qerd and from words, proceeded, as the old nursery, but acres $ ,6. upon
llasacbuels' sup. Gadsden that that would be abandoned for war? is tbe height of absurdity to so.
'f' thousand ,assaspinmions committed at Palo runs, to try what virtue there was in 3.SSO I I 10, 4S. even expedition I say
the made the story
Colonelcy by
: ply vacancy The other fact which should held
Jackson, 7,129 I the time being, the description of desired b op
Alto, Rrsaca d* la Palma, Monterey Angostura of General It was to stones. 1,915 i troops cootpicu.
"1,. .:. Vera Crufc and Cerro Gordo-in vain have promotion taken place on the 27th ultimo, but we These statements are based ujyn informati.n These lands sold from $1 5 to 810 per acre, and for that purpose could not b spared by Gen. T.- ouly for a refutation of this charge is, IhatMnko

; ;.1 I : Jiavn we seen Aiultitudes of Mexicans wandering have not the result. communicated by very reliable persons, tft a comprise some of the best lands in the State. The Instead of diminishing his command the Cabinet was herself never even alluded to this a the cauult
hear whole amount of sales '31.505, of which desirous of it. In short, the cor-spon- Wi. She probably knows best whst "
'I '. in the wj>odi, pursued like wild beats Three men this regimen! recently deserted commercial house in this city, which usually was more augmenting !f t
t .5 C in their own coltrobbed of their proper. and attempted to reach the Brazos. They obtains the first and most authentic news from than one-fourth was paid in advance. We learn that dence evinces just appreciation of the character of the war, and she has never uttered a word, ma t

h ; and driven torn vain do Mexico. sales were mad almost entirely to settlers and not Gen. Taylor and an inclination to be gftided in all this day. indicating that she toDidte the
and had lam
ty famies-in crossed the river above Matamoros,
;t. ..:.. we recl the niuhitude and hon not .far before a of Camanchescame We (of the Delta) give the story in our to speculators. I is gratifying to observe the estimate thing proper, by his advice and judgment. to the Rio Grand- I a grievance to hr. It w1

: men, wh hare been insulted, seized gone them and party them all.- own language, as wo learn i from La Pa'- put upon our lands by new settlers coming 23d of November,Gen. Scott received orders b folly in her to contend that it was,for her ,

(: : and beaten, presence even of a beloved The Flag acros that a murer prior to thisas ria and other ecources, not vouching for its among us, and that the industry and wealth of the to repair to the scat of war and superintend the to Texas was to th whole of it,and Do to any separate

do says but it.Ve it older Slates has,to very'considerable extent, determined against Vera Cruz. No instructions part. It for Texas, whole
0. daughter or idojized wife-in vain we recollect the Kentucky cavalry)' was on the march truth, not discrediting! think not a operations positive annexing I a ,

.' the proud barbarity).,the shameless cru- from Camargo to lleynosa, tbey arrested an- improbable that his Excellency has arrivedat upon a location in our new Slate. The public were given him, but he was directed to act, on (bat she had been threatening war,and for this tb

t city required to burn the tillage, to slay the other deserter from the same regiment. On that point in his history, where he must sales are closed fur the summer ; but should circumstances his arrival in Mexico, I circumstances might sug. made war.

.., simple rustic, tbe feeble woman, and the innocent being interrogated he replied that he was going make oneofthose rapid descents from great tender it expedient, sales will be made gest. The Secretary of War says to him: It is This fact is conclusive of the whole question,and

"' child, a we beheld at Agua Nueva, to Monterey to lake a boat to go back to power to great nothingness so characteristic next foil in the Eastern counties. .\1 the land offered not proposed to control your operations by definite should not b forgotten. The moment our force

i Hidalgo, and other towns at the North. Bu Massachusetts. Whether his insanity was of all who rest their hopes upon the fickle and I for sale, however, we believe, is yet subject to and positive instructions, but you are left to prosecute touched upon the soil of matter at what

; what can wo hope from a horde of robbers, real or only l feigned, the Flag had not been treacherous rail! ) le of Mexico-a rabble I f private entry at I the apprised prices. them a your judgment. under a full view of all point they were upon disputed territory,and thatis

destitute of humanity-monsters, who bid de. informed. whose nature is : strong compound of the I Major licjud hs been indefatigible in thedtschargeof the circumstances, shall dictate. The work i is before what Mexico pretends is our get Oe'De1

fiance to the laps of nature, when they Cfen The body) of a white man has been recent worst vices civilization of barbarism. of his duties since hi* appointmentand we are pleas you,and the means provided, or to be provided, offence for bich she sought to p u by bepa-

-. insult, rob and contemn God in his holy tern ly discovered about seven miles below Reyno- His Excellency not being alJiti us to follow I ed to learn that thus far he has given entire satisfaction for accomplishing it, are committed to you, in the ning the war. Now, if Mexico, who commeD

f pIe When a man enters on a career of vice, shot through the brrast. No has been the example of St. Stephen, escaped with I to all having business with hi, ofce.I full confidence that you will use them to the best ad the war, never hint that she was driven to by the

..' and throws aside the reins of religion, the in. discovered sa to the circumstances: cue murderor great difficulty and, protected Ly his (friends, vantage." march to the Rio Grande,and if, instead of this,she

-. sensibility and obduracy! of which he is capa the name of the victim. sought an ns>lum in thf palace. The people, I Arrival of the Illbernla. So, it will be seen, that the President could not gives the annexation of Texas as tbe cause which

., -C lie can hardly be beheied. What can we The news from Monterey is no later than indignant the frequent defeat oldie Mexican I nFEEN DAYS LITER FROM ECROPE.I have designed what the Whig papers charge him influenced her. is it not absurd to contend that that

6 expect from these Vandals, vomited from bell! wo have already given. The 1st Ohio regiment armies and the t failure of Santa Anna t to The Hibernia arrived at Boston on the 3 instant, with for DO instructions were given either to Gen march was the cause of the war? Certainly the

to scourge the nations, when we know that was to leave there on the 19th ultimo, redeem his numerous promises sought to revenge bringing dates to the 19th May. Taj lor or Gen. Scott to direct any portion of the power which commences a war can tell better this

t no God but gold, and aspire to themselves his (lad it not All kinds ofbread-stuf1had advanced considerablyand ese! why she commenced it. Then
they worship and the 1st Indiana regiment on the 20th ult. upon person. troops under the command: of the former to any anyone alih

.: no hpines. put the gratification of their on their way 'home. The last train coming been for the armed force and the police, the cotton had declined j of a penny. The money point whatever. Two days after the date of General cry and abuse of Mr. Polk for a purely imaginaryreason

.. '? A wise writer of the lat down met 1500 pack mules near Cerralvo, unhappy President would'have been dragged make was becoming more easy. The prices on Scott's order to proceed to Mexico, however, that ,should cease. It is unreasonable and unjust.

: C century has said that "man without any religion going up with supplies. through the streets, as was once the fate or May U,wrrebwed,61 ; Mcile, 8i ; and Orleans, General wrote to General Taylor informing him of

is a terriilc animal, who appears only Maj. Casevith a detachment of 3d Drag that poor amputated limb which bas served <5J. The import of the fortnight were 32.333 bales his intended departure. and notifying Gen. T. that fjcj-The editor of the Sentinel is hereby informedthat
his in and devour. him reminJor of -the stock on hand in Liverpool & ,500 bales tbe extract in his l.t paper from the New Orleans .
to enjoy litierty destroying oons, arrived in Matamoras on the 24th ult. so long as a most potent a 1 he should be obliged to withdraw (Irom him a portionof
Such in effect to be the and which i in against 7S0,970 this time, last correspondent of the N. Y. Tribune, charging
jng.1 appears picture We have before given the declination of this courage gallantry are now sadly year. his command &c. The letter was written from
which Providence with a high design, of The smallness of the stock of the Administration with refusing to answer the des
regiment, commanded by Col. E. G. W. But. want new prop bread-tuf throughout New York,and is also published with the correspon.
t '. has designed t4
:'r triots I you hate seen it : our religion, our ler.The Government has been erecting a large Too Good to be Lost.-We find the following famine and distress in Ireland was increasing. dence alluded to. The following is an extract there- long since been exploded. I is surprising that tis

,::1 country, our liberty, our lives, our families, hospital at Point Isabel, 186 feet by 69, en- amusing incident in the Baton RougeLa. The amount bullion in the Bank of England had from'. : columns of the Sentinel should be made the medicoof
I am not coming dear ,to
a property-f-notbing-nothing is respeci ( .) Conservator of the 30th ul: increased to of million which my general supercede circulating so palpable an absurdity. Immediately
our circled by a 12 feet galery. It is situated on a quarter a sterling you in the immediate command; on the line of operations
) c: and if they spare even our existence, i it the most elevated spot town,and accord .One tall volunteer from pine lands of enable the Bank to discount more freely. The extreme rendere illustrious by you and your gallant after its appearance in the Tribune it W

merely for the turning it to profit Alabama was unhappy for Ibo.want of employment is but there is propo .d theatre is different. You unequivocally contradicted by tbe Washington Uoioa.
p. purpose ing to the Flag, which gives a glowing accountof pressure gone )'e a great scar armJ. ma
: be sauntered about for it, and f wish much that it were is still
circulated however the
in the unhappy condition slavery. And it, will favorably with similar structures looking something city of money. very prudent I by opposition papers
compare this distance tell all that I
at to to
finally: ,tbey will endeavor, as we have already to do, when it occurred to him that he you expect and along with the many other misrepresentations
in the United States. No general or political news has been received. attempt or hope to execute. I have been admonished
I f said, to blot our name from the catalogue of There wa copious shower of rain on the might, as he expressed it, 'Uke a good wash. Mexican Privateer. letter from Barcelona, that despatches have been lost,and I have no put forth by them will no doubt recoil upon

..' nations. He was a tall lank fellow, with a shockey messenger at hand. Your imagination spcal their own heads with righteous efT ct.
; 25th at which is mentioned by the under date of May 3d, fays, that the Mexican Privateer wi b
Fellow citizens of Potosi! Can behold, llatamoras head of dried hair hanging down to his by the '-Hers of the Secretary of War, conveyed
you Flag as were a: occurrence deserving a shoulder.grassy With deliberation consistent with Unico, of Vera Cruz, carrying one gun and by Mr. Armistead, Major Graham and Mr. Ale- 11 .notl.Uf.-The Georgia Journal & Messenger

with wakingi! eyes, and without the blow thanksgiv ing. Between the 19th and 22d ult a fitty three men, bad captured in the waters of Arica, Lane. (whig,) proposes the name George W. Crawford .

freezing in jojjr veins, a condition so humiliating !- the Rio Grande rose ten feet and f(1 as muchIt an idle sea voyage, he commenced rubbing, and brought into Barcelona, the American ship "But,my dear general lal be obliged tat : the present Governor of Georgia, a candidate .
a fate qp disastrous and frightful Can the turpentine soap ,f the ship into his hair from matt of the gallant and men ( a
wa low ut last accounts.A Carmelita.," 190 tons, Capt. Edwin Littlefield, you oJt reg- for Vice President,with Gen. Taylor (
bold and :valiant character behold with and skin with commendable vehemence. He alan and volunteer) whom so long and so o Fr
your of Tennessee cavalry which habeen from Ponce,P. R.. with coffee to Trieste.
company dent. The Savannah
Republican gently
commanded. I afraid I shall, i imperious
that}ho foot ofa heretic adventurersbotilddefieourmaificenttempiesdes. Slatamoras had cause to take a great deal of pains for he nobly am tba by reproves
.4.. outrage at for the last eight months, observed "thathe had of necessity-the approach yellow fever on i colleague for this .ba V '. i i is about to return home. uarrmH .to himslf" an acre More about the Causes of the War, dIn the gulf cost-reduce you,far a tat,to staid on to in the back-ground, and offer no more suggestions
'. .AUC Btramrr i arrived at the lira .u Ihf TAu will infinitely to keep
.' I :. : upon your God, overthrowing your holy scr. zos on the 21th ult.eivgrajra and left immediate. It must be observed, that allthis while, (thevessel reply to our articles oi' lat week.expo.nig.umeerrors you Jin.( that reason distressing h to plu I to tbe great whig party until they are prepared

'. ments, and depriving the Christian soul! of ly for Vera Cruz. again was blowing further intoibe sea, and by and misrepresentations of the Sentinel, that rely upon your patriotism to submit to the temporary to receive them. The country will wait i
;. the sublime and exalted paper says little. The prods we called for to sacrifice with cheerfulness. No better af.
virtues enjoyment The Indian incursions the settlement the time tho "Alabama rose" lad soaped him very man can breathless suspense to see how the Journal & Mn
; of the angels permit that a covetous among substantiate its strong charges against us, were not for 1 to do. Recent victories place you en that will receive this unkind
7Vi you on the Rio Grande and the frontiers of Texas self) tbe Mississippi water in he wash room We stand all" eminence and I even flatter myself that any senger rebu As though
and bar should produced acquitted unfairness
stranger outrage are attracting attention. It was supposed that ha become exhausted and aothrew his buck. benefit that may result to me personally from the George W. Crawford is not as good a am as"Tom

: that God wb* has visited, consoled you i in Col. hays would devote a little time to them ct over the vessels side to replenish his basin. I and dishonesty," of the charge of speaking unequal division of troops alluded to will lessen the Corwin"-faugh! **

& ". < your infirmities-who accompanies you zn if Gen. Tajlor could him. The first dash he made was at his hair, the i of whigs a" perfidious traitors," and of being a pain of your consequent inactivity."

.. the horrrble transition from life to the enjoy The traders Matamoras spare are indignant at turpentine of the soap, and the saline of the violent and vindictive assailant," and the Sentinel This is enough, we apprehend to satisfy the most [FOR THE rz.oRiDiAiv.]

_' ment of eternal beatitude T \Vi you con the new tariff promulgated for Mexican water instantly formed a chemical combinalion stands before I he world a a party who has made serious uncompromising of the opposition that the Administration Messrs. Editors-The past spring .been ozra-

sent, brave Potosinos, to have holy rites The Flag advices them to call pors. and the oily qualities the soap disappeared accusations without any particle of evidence to is entirely innocent of the grave charge so sually wet, cold and back ward,yet tbe crops of this

., '. of your church abolished, and the sign oft to denounce it. public meeting and left something n its stead resembling su!tam them. We hope its predicament in this industriously circulated against it. We bad occasion to region the husbandman.:are beginning Corn to promise is abundant harvest

". your redemption exterminated ? Finally, fel. We do not precisely understand the positionof tar. Two or three rakes of the fnger maier will teach it a lesson that will hereafter render some weeks since to notice these gratuitous attacks The stand of Cotton is generally looking good uQuJaUl, ard plu

.; Jow-ctizens will you be insensible to the the battalion of Texans which crossed the through the hair, elevated it upright abut it more cautious in its language and statements. on the President and his Cabinet, but we had ter has much in the prospect to encourage and stimulate -

ofyour religion, temples, and eve If it has the for the character of the that time this him to industry and increased Under
:* .,' los your Rio Grande. Our own correspondent wrote Alabmian's bead stiffas the quills of porru slightest regard not at seen correspondence, or we ene.

,.:'' to the sweet name of Christian 1 Yet all us that Gen. Taylor was compelled to decline pine. "There's another trick played on me," press, this lesson will be a very useful one. !I should hare extracted copiously from it, but deg political the benign consummation principles ot of* the Free nineteenth, p

i. ':' .t': this will happen to you. Your families willhunger I their services, not being authorized to receive said the unwashed in a rage, his hair growingstill The real issues between the Sentinel and ourselves that unnecessary ary now. I th Whigs are disposed our march i is onward and upward. A great morit

'.' after the bread of the Word, and the them. The Flag gives a different account of fiercer. At this moment the water drip it tries very hard to tadr.and therein shows to do justice to the Administration,they will at least a well political revolution is in steady progress

eternal consolations which the adorable reh !the matter,and says the will keep them ped across his face and he commenced spittingas its wisdom. When it asserted that every body" rend the refutation cf their charges a furnished in elaborating truth, and working out prophetic result*
a general
philological Public h
; t gion of Jcsusjcan: alone dispense, and there in active service. nauseated to the last degree. Cooly de. thought that the Nueces was the western boundaryof the published correspondence between it and Gene. aided by the powerful accuracy.influence of that opinion gaunt mossier r.

.. .t.Y will b none who can furnish them. Your We copy the following items from the Flaw terminatcly he went to hia belt, took a' bowie' Texas until Texas was annexed,we denied it,citing ral Taylor, a well a Scott's letter to Gen. T. HunJer. on the other side of the water, hart

: : :- daughters and your wives wi be seized in of the 22d.ult. : some fifteen inches long, and delivered himself many instances and authorities to the contrary, down the barriers with which a

.;'" your sight, and made to lacirious pas- thus: 'Some of them thar Louisianians has and among them Clay and Webster ; but in reply Whig Falsehood Exposed. barbarous legislation has restricted trade and ectt-

p.S '. eioni, even in the streets and public places. Distressing Dcath.-An accident of a very plaied tricks enuffon me, now if dar instead of making good its assertion, it contents itself Many whig journals professing to be respectable, merce. Necessity on the one side and a virtuous
anyone and the have
distressing enlightened public opinion other
na'ure occurred
:. r. Your tender ons"i expire on the points of 9th inst. k and Camargo on the let him folch out the oru lh put salt in this with saying that Calhoun and Benton thought hare publishe what they assert to b a copy of a proclaimed that men of whatever name,rliot o.

; the swords ajnd bayonets of the barbarous ising youth Ventura very interesting highly prom lierewater.' so. Now,Calhoun and Benton may or may not be pass" granted to Santa Anna by the President. We nation, are brothrr. and rnrilt to echang with
Kidder aged eleven ,
directing towards their las 'ear notice it in the last Sentinel. with each other! the products great
conueror you right, but unless they are" body, which the I is.astonishmg
A- son of Capt. Senforth Kidder:jr., of this city, Scarcity of in Maryland.-It seems every aristocratic English monopoly, Corn whiett
.., rea and agony ; and you, yourselves Fo Sentinel would hardly admit the issue between us what avidity and readiness rabid whig papers seize th L.
..'.: was in by the accidental discbargeof that there is from tbe want of have fed and pampered r the laded crashed -
will be seized and bound like brutish beast tant1kied suffering must be decided in our upon every falsehood which may b puf afloat by designing -. the homeless tenant has Dolr a a
of a Mexican servant at. food and the necessaries oCHre in fvor. b.D ablb C.
l, : .' : :. fur tbo dungeons of sluer. and savage men, tacLod to the Kidder some prionsoflhil Again, the Sentinel, advocating the cause of Mexico demagogues to serve a temporary plirica cession to necessity. The of her
family. Capt.
t #": filthy prostitutes, will come aid or Col. acting a country as well a in asserted that she bad I acknowledged" our purpose. The reputed pass is in these famisbe dependents have been fad from our bu
and the comforts and delicacies of interpreter to t'lknapI absent land. The Baltimore Sun states that in some overflowing granaries. Our maize J.
t f. \ :. enjoy you from his claims against her. We denied this,and made Home I The commander of our naval force in the Gulf le
: homes. Yestfallow-citizens of Potosi, bear family at the time, and learned the Easter counties of Maryland, great scarcity of Mexico is hereby notified OBSTRUCT THE dian corn, hitherto regarded b! them as unfit for the
( :J it one hundred thousand times we tell death of his son a few days ago while in this prevails, and that the sufferings from want remarks to show that some of the claim had never PASSAGE of Gen. Antonio Lopez lOT T de Santa Anna subsistence of m"n.has been inlroue with universal
." you city. The grief of the father can be better are spreading that State. The been even negotiated upon,and age that the fault and suite to Mexico, should be desire to return acceptance and h"lceforh supplies; great
: hear it this fearful rapidly over
calamity comes upon imagined than described. for not negotiating a settlement rested with thither. rideratum. That must in future become a leadivf
t'I: -it armies at threshold and in poorer classes in some sections are reduced of diet with them, not only of tie
you your ; JAMES K. POLK. alice bau
The Sentinel the side of
Mexico. taking Mexico
L compliance with our high duly-attend, listen From San Luis.-A letter was shown us almost to a state starvation by the enormous May 1946." great cheapness which it can be belld"
f. against our own country, which it seems much of its precise adaptation! to their
suffer all yesterday dated 6lh inst., at San Luis writtenby prices of breadstuff, which, indeed, can very cause w.ot t
-we announce to you, you shall !, The Washington Union, noticing this outrage upon and have become blended
inclined to do of late, replies that the fault tested rope "mtric intm
f : this mUfortiifie, in al its weight, if you dot a wounded Mexican officer (formerly a scarcely be obtained at any price. The Sunas decency, and in reply to some remarks Irom the and bound together by the most Ii"

.,. not awaken front profound sleep in which citizen of this plxce! ) to a friend in this city, evidence of the suffering in Charles county upon our Congress, and of course upon our country. N. Y. Gazette, (a Native whig paper,) says : Her teeming population can no longer rely o.

,h : we behold ydu prostrated: ,and assist us in rais which gives a truly distressing account of the publishes an endorsement on the letter bill bya While our intinc sanctioned by our reason, leads Having already denied the existence of any such own market for bread. Already, have they t"r
( us to sustain the cause of our as to this their anxious to ibis western for tbs
country yet
destitution Postmaster in that that rye toDtinent
prevailing there the kick which of similar document
o" Ing.a force worthy of the sacred cause in among county says i pass or passport or any bearing
staff of life. Their which have
and wounded in the ) from door door and issue between the Sentinel and ourselves, it matters the signature of the President of the United wants, been pressing
: -. which we are Engaged, and the glory of your hospifaJ. The ho.pitals many 'er begging to SaIr were met by a most magnanimous Christian liberality
I not whether right in attributing the misconduct we deem it hardly now to that
hat we are
i i ; name. j \ are croweded, and tho soldiers are actually corn could not be had at any price. We neHay say here, awakening the admiral ion of the world
hove extract from"the N. Y. Gazette and Times i is
L dying rust, however that tbo of this dire and bad faith to Mexico, or the Sentinel in who
The invaierdoes retrograde. Ha has by scores starvation and neglect. progress utterly destitute ol' any foundation in fact, and is en. appeared ignorant alike of the immensity 0
1 .". no The adjacent to San Luis will be checked it not throwing the blame upon our own country ; for the our resources and the magnanimity of our
"; ) a manner, oar terntory-he country was completely calamity speedily en. tirely unworthy of regard in al respect! It may b cana.
'. has left us laily a retreat. We ought not, stripped of all its produce to feed the ircly arrested, and we feel confident that very fact of' arguing tbe lault of non-settlement, deemed unnecessarily harsh charge the New changing From us in with future the must they draw of their their br.c! .1-
: of hose who have shows that we are right in asserting that Mexico had journal with wilful'forgery in its publication ; and u c
30,000 Santa Anna extended
there so a help-
.. 9 in ao psriloijs a situation, to abandon a cause, army kept up generously it is difficult to see how of sending the precious mflal. a interest may .l*.
l, truly important and common, wholly to our fo! many months prior to tbe battle of Buena ing hand to the needy of the Emerald Isle, not acknowledged"all our claims. The Sentinel's yet age could be made any so newspaper far the dupe of arer-de. which have denied them aol as by

', armed (orc ,, weak by its numbers, impotent Vista, and now even the citizens of the place wi promptly relieve tho distressed and suffering argument itself is but an effort to excuse her'for not inteUgencr. partizanship a to believe in the stringency, of their Corn laws,aD the exactions

lIt. ; -.} by iu amlmels-weak, through its poverty, are suffering for want of tbe common necessaries poor of their own lands.RichusondEnqyirer I I acknowledging" them. Thus it stands self-de- the genuineness of any such document." !of&r.our Tarif law dispensations,. But thanks of Providence to genius,these of th

4 The Mexican June 1. nied, its own sustaining us. r.
its sufferings and its past labors, though worthy ofife. Government makes 'ore icts of barbarism have We can now C
p no whatever for the We have sai j this much to show how weak the How General Taylor received THAT letter frt nplor
'.' by its r-sufficiently estimated ..valor.I wounded soldier cult our interest u nature,as prf
: rtsv and The an account of the Sentinel is in its Gen. Scott.-The contain some pregnant claimed in universal the ex*
No! it conlcins our common they are to be seen dragging their Co.doGly.-Fror opposing country's cause, and bow papers her enomr,els! why
: intertt-al limbs along the and begging Battle Garda Jalapa Star, we conscious it must be of this, by its hints that there is not the best of feeling existing isting! inequalities every where to be founds sou.
that hojdslroost dear slreeta .eideDce
: M
: us
man a
: urh. # -alatt t too often in for bread.- extract tho %following : had and repeated struggles to evade the true issues between the I two General since tha: letter was tlmate.ltarion. tt.? Here we find a mi
1: 4 : fly than alt( of us, to the comtat-placing :? a .wrt and balmy climate, l loiif
t' t ourselves uvjjpr the direction of our authorities The troops have all lefl-leaving not so muchas Capt. Robera's company [A] went into between tl Out of very pity we will here cease written by the hero of I Lund, Lane Some curious fruitful seasons suited eminently to the growth u
'.: :i .r. -let usfullv: and sincerely nlace. in their a regiment to garrison the city. with 41.officers and men. His position our expoiuret. thing are said by correspondents of Whig papers cotton, cane and tobacco. Is "rll graio.:, G

Lands fortunes; i t I VAS mos eiDoscd.-. -, beinir--0 within...-. thl ranIP nf-. to the manner in which it was received and north, and we find a soil to t.P'

:'i our and our persons-let us Fro intelligence in our co. rape; canister and round shot of all the work Rumored Visit of the President to th,JVorth.t .- by .old Rough and Ready" (rom among of cotton or cane, but abounding with corn .
: enlist with promptitude, and with whatever .1/e.-Tbe aDd the barley, oats, and other eeral grain'Other regions
of the
umns received musketry principal ; t is given out by Washington letter-writers that which the following is an extract : tattf
: ,': hae on Saturday, of ,have
:j arms we be able to obtain-let throw the the world and of our own continent
'j. :, aside the senseless may desire of us but> our express letter,like its predecessor, vax 4 24 were left dead and wounded on the the President, on his return from Chpl Hill, will .In regard to that letter which Gen. Sot ad. bare and rugged hills their mountain streams &Ad
.' living longer Every officer except himself was struck, visit several of the Northern such terms to Gen. 1 brooks propulsion pi machinery
It 1' as slow as tbe regular mail. Whether the ctie. ad proceed I dreH afectlonate Taylor flowing .suited only for the
le us encourage solely an insatiable desire and First Lieut. killed. Not hae an two, which it not their mineral wealth; *I
: fault is at Montgomery or not, we cannot EwelI an tar I Lowell. The Richmond Enquirer discredits leane may ,or developing
;i i .: t die for our religion our and tbe say.We instance, hesitationwas be ami. to nyc. In writirg to a friend just stain: we find in the Southern Isles or the ocel* *
or thinks
would be
j .: :lIe.':! honor of our families- countr that did not*conceive this news sufficient im. known his scattering I thereportbut a pula popriety after the receipt of the letter. Gen. Ta)lor alludedto climate and soil suited only to the growth el l""',"

J hitherto sterile I efeCli\t. Mjitance to issue a Sunday extra. among men, and through in such a visit at the present especially i in plain terms and also stated, in substance, necessary to t the comfort of the Toluptearj *Bd.'ycuribt.
J '! compassion you Election of I'residr.nt.-The showeR ofevery kin of shot they moved on to the city Lowell,and othcrmanufacturing towns. he had suitably replied to it. Very much would Every region, however barren Gl truit'
: 'L how foe ) lender children: Let us die Intelligence and the I like to that What it tile tlabitahtl)
Of tbe kept position coolness and pro New England it will not forgotten, to be see reply mutt have been warm or frigid has been Indicated is
: ;cj l'" .T I t before we see ourselves degraded t slaves, rom city of Mexico is eleven days later,t cision of men drill.*, ProUoblr in the history desolate modification b of the tariff w of' may in a measure be judged of from the known demand of man,and none within ihem-elves furnwh all till

1r in a strange or followed, per. the 19th of May, inclusive. Nothing Utter from of American o arms not' ' mae by 42, of Gen. Scott, the known character of old necessary elements oCbamlD C'fImf,rt and s.pcft-
'1i bir ln deacned I Jen. Scott. ne re- and the President can now see, with his own eyes Rough and Ready" and the fact that a gallant officer This theh Ute in the language of oat..
haps .
t'J 4 I.; ; some too, or a t The election of" President of Mexico took core where mtn were kept in 'order under he ruinous effects of that great measure upon manu- who was sitting at' Gen. Taylor's* thai it was never intended that m.n .ho.W"
wife whose lineaments
j are already changed and terrible. Those With what horror at the time Gen. was received, openedand pendent of man. Mutual syinpitbiesdependence
carnage Sol'sleltr
place on tbe 15th of Trias & acturing enterprize. says the
4''t every wher abhorred, oar powers prostrated May. Angel got. left unhurt, carried off tbe ". read states Taylo after reading the are written by the finger of Daian'tCo4l
i by'the we Chi of iDdeDce; sending forth ernor of Chihuau reire the vote of the wonde. Washington corrpnet of the N. Y. Journal of rpilte.crumbled the sheet on which it WM on every page of life,are interwoven with ererj i ru

; LtJ Il; cries and I finding a single Sat of Mexco. Elizabetbfown Journal, a whig jour- Commerce, mut contemplate the wide-spread very in his hands, laid it side and then com of organized society. It is this innate JU f iS
;.j}';f" being id us"itbou m hand of pity !-- the of Queretaro, Herrera (Ex. nil Te'New Jerseybolsts tho name of Gen. ruin of home .pursuits that he has caused by his Ta. mence in a furious manner, putting mustard over which coniiijg the destiny of nations, waicfc M r
I potatoes and bread, into hi. core* and divers society together,and the level
in"of Mr. fetf
1840 Walker
gFJt Pototinot! jfbr the slave there !. ho consolation President) and Almonte received an equal Taylor I the whig cadidte. for tbe Pra. ought to accompany him, other things all round his plate." of human passion The planter raisee his abnd'Sof

:, :{: 1 : ; his Toped and hit glory are eclipsed. ,oo Lojs were cast, and Herrera received eocy, with the queer. and b forced behold the sufferings in the production such products as art suited to Bissau >W42JS|

foreter. -" j I' d.. "o. nezed--"iubject tolLs decision ,ofths. whig of which be tcae Tl.Cn take a look, Q9-: To late proclamation! of Gen. Scott hail excess he desires to procure such necessary j? .
:1. _ is b at the same time, at of the as be cannot rais*. The trtieto,mechanic,** %
Ocampo.Soffle coarentioa Northern besa ,
l.f J oPblap.II."C tad tie Wi1mprotiaoi.fld: the th bke bb attributed .to aaoiatr pen thf,:Washington fchaat** **
Cork hat been taken aofactrtrer,denied ta tdraatage cf
Tka ( chits
city I by t. low .1&p all ge 4raJ" rote Ibany Evening ,Journal goes so &{M,to M- : -bank* despoiled o'their specie-and utterly *!***of a recent date fWr",W*Prttamtiukt "e hare turned oat.t wwubtMu;
8. skip o$ Jamestown, Generl! bjrknowu. 'i.v '! sert/on 'reliable authority, thai ibeGeneraloppotd .discredited by the operations o fbat sao Ta- Washington correspondent tM.BJ I S i which they must procure the iiecssaiiS II b1

",.r 1 f v&tlozirou1 with the For of his army.I is announc4 left the cooi.pfe i. oIheeeruaaofsfasersj.. incorrect 1 in staling.that ".0 lt proclamation of j Each have tbei excess*, and each re'e

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( '--.ttt therWsts lisi.; Ctfptofr LfrirorV-A'recgat telegraph de*. $h '**'f4. of WILLIAM ANDREW J. B. .FORTUNE. a Notice. -

: rIfI/t1""'" Dat*$poI.t. the partin 10 hClt patch announced lhat this officer respectfully i iMra 1b :a. oitoU.. POP08A
deiilr. 1. LL or'
a&4 irtikiiIbirrayoft'heiz -. w cct HAVINO n praaatgttruatwrt persons fearing demand*ktaiast.the estate T7CR
.tMrMbstter, io tIae si4 *z4hae. ineetinis aDY at war I lag orders,. in his capacity o adn lo the office o Shwiffor:3efers: : Cty.n. b e h will kp cowtsntly M L'EsttMtKoraeny.late of Jefferson Comfy, d. JJ- 1r.t be lit urSeptombir. 1'.-.? _.??..1

fLirk pr 1t ofaitre.ind at conflict& with inrinkatfe shot, and denies that he w endearoriag the election in October next,believing that no not hands good "ply. .ii'Flow, Bwon af all ceased,will take notice that they most present them I ,iaehmv ,iathrfiuta of Ftari a.U bereceivq4et .

. Ik*cni"* th* ptf ent are. The difference t rally the Indiana regiment. j is more deserving the office than be, or more worth, description first ,and t .ia all cwts o t the .dul authenticated, within the I ta Contract Ofic of the Ht Ofic.IV.pvtment. .'
low for HM"
',*. fterefers.$.vhich we fiai in toil,climate and topognpfcy We believe that neither statement is true the of the voters of Jefierson. qDi. wiahinj c as New OtlMMbe any t prescribed their ,or th notice will b pIn i C of WlhDO until 9A.M.
of auf &t i i b recovery. 15th of J 1S47 by the 11
place oef
t- world er.f-tbe adaptation one We hare it second band from an officer whore will attend to,as be hiabusiness o ot' b
of tint ,and another towcab ( MAN a at wbem.i I JOA'TAY S. o Aa.) O the ro-tfes. the panocr aod
..the production to my miod he ocly necessary intelligentJy construed beside biro when he fel that be was shot June 12.1847.t purchaft the lo mke ntn May 29, 1847. 2 EetOf. t hcin specified, yiZiFLRIDA.a i

JDdA. that nan aba"}! in some measure be dern- I through the head when in the act d SD round of Quarterly Meetings fe' T 4' .

te toot oa[man. But Iff this dependence society making a charge a ful and that be lahassee District. By the President o the United Fo Ce 3Froa by Brandy t.

fonld less every cohesive principle diiding and fell dead from his glop animalcarried Troupville Ciruit. at Troapville, Juac 6. .State THE6n Brig ,Wjlie. Jafl.. once a Bc.. '
Governments would crumble to Tallahaaaee 12-13. having most of her Leave
.obdividiar. until 6 JacktonvilleevnyWednesday
T.lah n at 8 m.. '
of forward by his own speed, as soon .
household the forms antidepeblent a engaged,will have for
J-,d every present t Blue Sink. 2t2. despatch i arrive at AHigator next day by p... :
p"ft1une9t. he miae his rider turne back, passed bs: Madison t Pin Grove, July port. For freight O passage, apply to Leave AIU >Ur y,8 sn, arrive
Sack erovMB* the results of entire independence, no over the body ad gently turned the bead Tomauie" t Spring Hill, 10.-11. Newport May 22. 1847. 44 D. LDD.Grl'.le Jacksonville /tit d ur Fri. a a -

which would be the condition of things had nature su as to reveal the feature of his master, which Ln .Springfield 17-13. 3.i34-.Fro 1 Ly Miami Rivet,. fodia.
eonferresl en all eqV4 j soils equal capacities and when to Lincoln's who Montictln. .. Flat twof. 2"-2 1 IILL Cotton Gins iuver and Mosquito Inlet to Char lot on. TOO mile*
total adaptation Evfcry one possessing i equal genera exposed selant .to SMITH, P. E the manufacture of andback.onceetnoath. .

advantages and needing nothing raised by hit by,.cause the }latter to. and utter_ 39 The Sentinel will please copy. J.. Gin o bis extensive scale,and embraces Leave Ke West from the lah'e the*ati .f...H
_ usa
neighbor. would htvepothing: to seek abroad and lo lamentations. AU who saw it _____ I his opportunity his numerous customers month arrive. at Chartt with ail practicable dtfe j

would, of necessity becdme an isolated misanthrope. was deeply affected, for Lincoln was the idol Quincy Male and Female i !. for their liberal patronage heretofore. The estimation patch. 1
AH this is forbid by thfc existing state of things. and of the Academy. in which his Gins are held,may be known from Leave Charleston on the of each'month,arrive
rain is required by the existing inequalities cf fate army. THERE will be a vacation of several weeks alter TN pursuance of the Act of COteDtite"An the.fact of his having sold more than two thousand at Key West with all practicable. despatch., j
to deal.'itb his fellow. None can doubt this fact. Some days after the battle, Capt. Lincoln'shorse of the first session, which ends will J, Act to establish a town at .Mak. during the last three years probably ten to one over Proposals to run from Key WH. by ley .
or the wisdom which dictated it. Trade therefore was offered for tale at auction. When the month of May. The second session will openon approved on the 2d day of March, 183. I.Forda. every other factory in the State. This evidence of I and Key Largo lo Miami River by water Joan thco. : I

ii rendered necessary t Let it be free as the wind the first bid was announced, the th 19th of July next and close on the 18th of K. POLK,President of the Unite Sate of America. superiority of his Gins, is accounted for by his be by lan.1 and water via Jupiter Inlet Indian River.
el Heaven. Let not te venal pas.ions of man reel canteen0 of the Great December. An extensive Philosophical and Chemical do hereby declare and know. a public ing the first lo introduce the late improvements and Mosquito lAd and myrna to S Augustine will
to baffle: 'or subvert thejdecrevs of Omnipotence. It man, (honored with soubriquet Apparatus, together with a Urge and valuable sale will be held at the Land OSce at Tallahassee'in ; keeping the lead by yearly adding new ones. His considered; fur portion route to specified b. i,
has already been stripped of some of the fetters by; Western, as well from her valor and patriot. collection of Minerals for illustration in Chemistry. tie State of Florida, for the disposal of the un.dernwntioned first and second improvements made the quality "f in bid.aJ b

which it has been boorM. and hezins to shed a ray of ism a from her extraordinary size and Geology and Mineralogy, afford the student in sci lots in said town of St. Marks. corn. cotten prfet. though some were rather slow. His 3335-From Milton to Sparta, 6 mile and back

hope on the pursuits of husbandry. Hereafter our strength,) with whom Lincoln was an especial ence superior adnntae. mencing on Monday, the 4th day of October next third mae sufficiently fast. It then only re once a week. 'I
la ree and increasing excesses of provisions will fio< favorite and said that :the Able and efcient : are employed in the to wit: make them more durable and tonYnient.whicb Leave Milton every Taay at C a. m., arms al
their way to Euroj>e. Our great: staple will be ta. stepped for"ar several departments'and every exertion will be madeto Lets numbere two, three rOUt six, seven, eIght, has been done he beleve effectually, by several Sparta next day by S p. .
kea there at remunerating: puces. Converted by a man who offered seventy-five dolan for a render the institution worthy the confidence and ten, tweve. fourteen, Eileen, sixteen, eighth n-w improvements present year: besides Leave Sparta enr TunJ at C at.. arrive
cheap process of labor into such such fabrics as we horse like that could not want she patronage of the public.i For particulars, respect twenty twenty-two twenly.thre. he has the exclusive right for the State, with the Milton next day I. a a

1 need and again with, fce enhanced value which their would give two hundred and fifty dollars for nf* board rates of tUIton.text books,&.c., Jtc., &c., twent-four.twenty-six,twenty-seven twenty-eight, prifieg of other atons. to furnish Reid's Patent 'From Okahumrk to Fort Ballet,-miles

I labor ha conferred on it, be returned to us and exchanged the animal and at that it was knocked reference may be to the printed Catalogues, a ,thirty-two,thirty-four,thirty-h, : ." ae believed to b ten times and back,once ,. _. .j
t for the raw material. If England can afford price copy of which may be had by application to the cub thirty.ix.t hlrty.eighl.lhi/ly.niDe. forty forty-two more durable than any other by who have Leave Okahumpka every Thursday at C a. m. ai-. ff .'
to manufacture the raw material,and exchange down to her. When asked what occasion she scriber. N. H. STEWART Principal. Cory.tre. forl.four. (forty-six fortyeight fifty, made a fair trial of them; and are mfalibyaere riYt at Fort Butler by K

their fabtics with us en better terms than our own had fo the horse she declared her intentionto Quincy. June 12, 1517. 47 fiOv.oa. fly.two, ffy.Cour. fifJ. ..e. fifty-six fif.tyeighi against fire by fricion His fine I. Leave Fort Butler every at w IT <

coenirysnen then the trade to which our interest Keep it an opportunity offered of for. ,sixty.two.sixty.thr,sixty-four" todon Cotton I a any saw gin can. lislgeDt. nyc at Okahumpka by '
points as.and w'tich justice,right and natuie it ti Lincoln's mother, fur whom she New Style of Shower Baths :' sixty-seven sixty-eight, seventy-four will visit planters generally, and exhibit 3337 From Apalac bkola.Mark's j
t sanction Let the Shilocks of the American loom be had at the Tin Manufactory, which are -eventy-six seventy-eight seventy-nine eighty of his improywenl. and point out their advantages Cedar Keys and Tampa Bay lo Key West, 600 mile
the corrupt and the misled carp about he protection designed it a a present.-Jour. o Com. JAN and such as every person ought to eighy..ix. tighty.s'en.eighty-eight, ninety. nine. in time or to engage and be supplied before the i and back once a month.

American labor. It is idle. American labor willS have to insure health during hot weather.' y-one. ninety-eight ninetv next ginning season;or engagements b made bj Leave i'ensaeolaontbe 1st of each month,arrive
protect itself.if left free to act, as results have pro- ColonflBorr7es I, June 12, IS41. 47 line, one hundred and two, one hun letter,directed to him. Clinton Jones county,Geor.gsa. at Key West with all practicable de. .tch. i I
ven. It is American capital which has already at. The cases of Gen. Lane and dred[ and hundred and four one hundred Gins will be deJ'ee at the purchser's reti Leave Key West o Ihe 1st of each month, arriveat

timed a'bloated obesity, by tugging, like the crying of the Indiana Regiment.-The Sal. ndsixnn.liundredand sevenone hundred and eight dence In any part S except the Cheroke Pensacola with all practicable; despatch. R ;

Vampireat the fountains of our life, that now calls! illo Picket Guard of the 3d ult. contans the Notce.ALL one hundred and tenone hundred and eleven,one hun: counties, where they will left at the depot on the Proposals will be considered for parts ai route.o '1
lor protection. Its morbid cravings know no bounds: 8 of the Court Inquiry in the cases persons having against the estate de.ol dyed and twelve,one hundred aDd fourteen, one hun. rilroad most convenient to the purchaser. All warranted be specified in bid. and for water 0 I"i The time has however come, which is: to test the proceedings Poter. late of Washington County, dred and fifteen, one hundred and sixteen, one hnn- to perform well, if used according to the direction Pensacola to St. Andrew's Bay and St. Je b'..
truth ofdemocratic doctrinf. Free Trade the boon of these officers. The opinion of the ceased present them to the auhsribr within : dred and eighteen, one hundred and nineteen, oneuindred sent with each. either and from Joseph's by land to o Ii

long eoatended for, is:beginning: its triumphant ca. Court in the first case was that during the the time prescribed by lw. 01 barred ;; I and twenty one hundred and twenty-two SAMUEL GRISOL. a.and thence by water. APabiCo

reer. The overwhelming' product of our country whole period of the 22d and 23 of February and thos? indebted to sid will make payment one hundred and twenty-three one hundred and May 22, IS 17. 41 4tew 3lS-From St. Mary's. Ga. by Nassau C. H., Fa If J

can now find market i ip the crowded marts of the old IS47, Brig. Gen. Lane conducted hinvelfae to the subscriber. twenty.fonr.: one hundred and twenty-six together to Jacksonville 5 miles and back once a week.
World, instead of rotting! on our hand,or being nao and that NATHANIEL MILLER, Executor. with all the portions the follow inn n.meJ. lots, notcovered ) Bark Mills. Leave St.Mary's every Thursday at i p.m.,arrive ( '
rificed for the most nominal considerations. This a brave and gallant officer, no June 12, 1S47. 47 2m by the donation of ten made to the '-PWO BARK MILLS for Tanner's use, of greatly a Jacksonville next day by S p. m. 4

will, in future constitute a bond or enduling friendship censure attached to him for the retreat of the Notice Tallahassee Railroad. Company aen. numberedfortyseven. JL improved and most recently patented invention, Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at f a m.. j:

and union and earn its benefits into every de. 2d regiment Indiana Volunteer hfly-nine, sixty .e\mt\-one. seventy adapted to horse power. For sale by arrive at St. Mary's next day by 12 m. t
American labor. If i>uci had not been HEREBY given. that George Russ one of the two. \ cight\twof and
partmeotof In the 2d case the Court found that through IS ;. .tnttbre. elghtJ.fve. May 22.1S47. 44 6t M. L. BAKER.
the intention of Providence no diver.ily of climate heirs of the estate of James F. Russ, late of the mety-four I .VOTES. i.
and soil would have cxittcd: but every man posses out the engagement, and through the who!e County Jackson, in the State of Florida dec'd., The offering of the abovemeMioned lots \1 becommenced U. S. MAIL Each proposal should be accompanie by a gniritee. t

sing the means of independence, would have relied day. Col. Bowles evinced no no want of hu this day, by his attorney,filed his petition before on the day appointed,and proceed the LIE .signed by one or p.ible person, in
upon himself for supplirt. Commerce, art and science >cronal couraj-e or bravery ; but that he did the Judge of the Probate Court of the said County. same order in which they are advertised, with all the flnowinr manner viz.: I

would never have-been/ known. Interest which manifest a want capacity and judgment asa for a distribution of said estate; and that three convenient di-patchuntil I the whole shall have been t. Te undersigned guaranty that -. :
f has invited the citizeMof one hemisphere to visit months (mm the date of this notice he will ask for offered and the sale thus But the sale shall ir for carrying the mail from-to-

I those of another and cultivate those relations whichits commander. an order for a distribution. not be kept open longer cOe.t\o w.ek and no pri. be accepted by the Postmaster General, -ente f
pursuits give rise t j>, would have found no indure B. F. DENNARD vate entry to any lot will be after the into an obligation prior lo the 1st day of September f
I lfteDt to travel and nations would have: remained ignorant Starvation in Ireland.-Dr. Lyon at a large Attorney for Petitioner. expiration the two weeks. next. with good and sufficient sureties to perform theervice

I of the existence of nations. None can fail to and respectable meeting held at Cork, June 12. 1847. 47 3m Given under my hand at the City of From Tallahassee to Macon proposed." 4
I discover the wisdom which has planned the constitution very this twenty-first day of May Anno Wahingon. and after (the let of June.lhiline be This should be accompanied by tb certificate of
I of society,and hone but a blind and sclf.h: interest expressed a belief that instead 240,000 per. Deaf and Dumb Asylum thousand eight hundre and forty-seven. O thoroughly established in FOUR wi a postmaster, or other equivalent testimony that tee t

can desire to unset a plan so admirably laid.- sons having died In Ireland of starvation- OF KENTUCKY. By the Preident COACHES the entire route. The undersigned POS ha- guarantors are men of property, and able to makegood II
In future, it will matter not which party name succeeds statement denied in the House of Common J.UIE K POLK. log obtaine the U.S. Mail contract throughout have their guaranty. .
of the said
before the peof le. Free Trade is obliged, to> more than thrice that number had perished ;4L rnilE- subsciiberas offers the for sale in tract agent, and RICHARD M. YOUNG, ma e necessary arrangements for the accommodation The proposal should he sent to the Department .: .
become a raidinal principle, and be carried out It vpon Commissioner of the General Land Office. of the public. They have good sale. endorsed "Proposali for Roue0.. -,
Dr. Collier stated that traellng
actual two Thousand
from want. suit ,about Four Acres
terms to
purchasers n -1" and addressed
is destined to become! the watch-word of party, andto coaches competent and obliging drivers and I to frt Post
of and million heads of LAND situated in the county of in the tems.
million grain a Jackon. master General.
work the overthrow of that action which blindly quarters NOTICE. and satis I
agents no pains togi\e : ; .
its The West will fail of had left Ireland lately and State of Florida. Also, the Right Lcatt. to a the "i spare general For the of bids from rombiat .
opposes progress.| net to appreciate cattle -a strange In pursuance to provisions of the Act of Con. faction. prohIbiton ru1ID -
the advantages of European markets for their fact, when taken in connection limited extent. grew approved 2d March, 1933 entitled An Act The stage, Tallahassee on Mondays Wednesdays ions, terms and en which the t
surplus products w fetch products will in a few melancholy with Dr. statement that at least two The above land*were and selected believed at an to early be, date byan to establish a town at St. Marks, Florida" the Regfer and F.i.llene YI. at 7 o'ck. A. M.. and arrivein cant ne is tu be made, see the last annua advertise!
Lyon's are .
triencedjude amongst
years quadruple. Enterprise and industry properlyrewarded and Receiver of the Land Office at Tallahassee, Macon on Wednesdays. and Sundays, at 7 C. 'if. J
will penetrate its vast unbroken wilds millions people would be swept away by the finest in the county. will be rtlled. prior to the day of( sale,to ascertain A M., in lime for the cars for Savannah. Postmaster-General. 1 t
C. H. o.cok.
subduing them to pufyoees of apiculture. Her rich starvation. DUPONT .the any improvements which may have Macon on the arrival of the cars from Savannah POt OmcE DE ASTMI: T, April 21, 1847. P'May8,1547. r
and fertile will team with Agent of D. tf D. A. of Ky. been made" the in tlSJuly. $
valleys a population now on designated this: proclama- ,and arriving Tallahassee on Monday Wednesday .2
panting for release i in the crowded cities and towns We were pleased to see Ex-Governor Quincy June 12,1S47. 47 ly hon, respectively, t aol Ihe purchaser at public kale and Friday evenings. .

cfthe Old World who.catching the tiding of independence i last. S. F. BURNEY !f any lot upon which there are such improvements, Every possible attention will be paid to the comfort Notice. J
Branch of Florida in town on Saturday
and thrift which here bless their exiled other than the owner thereof, shall, in addition tothe and convenience of travelers ; and it is in J months after date. the Adminis-
countrymen, will never cease until thtcome citizens The Governor seemed to be in fine spirits and j Has Just Received per Schr. Tallahassee, from sum to b paid to tie Unite States,be, and here. I tende greatly to improve the line the patronage a of SIX of Daniel N Cone underige.deceue. of Coumbia -

of a country so abounding; with plenty and inviting excellent health. On Monday he left for New Orleans, (really and not poetically,) and by i is, required to pay to owner of the improvecnts public i is respectfully solicited. County. East forda. wi present his fiiil .

them to aiitinu the character and dignity of Hill, to be present at the Commence. now opening, the value of them as thus ascertained ; and if WRIGHT & SAWYER, Porieor. account and Toucher Judge of Probate for t
freemen. Our own Warm and ardent South has felt Cbapl He has many warm friends in this )LAID Ginghams Swiss Muslin, paYment therefor shall not be made upon the day on By JOHN H..VAR, Agent. Columbia County and ask tor a discharge.WILLIAM 1
and appreciated the advantages already developing; \\hich the same was the lot shall be again May J547. 41 CONE. Adin'r.
themselves under the operation of the Free Trade State, who will be glad to give him the right JL French do. $jlrUh Linen ofere at puMic prchase day of sale, and 2. Blounfs Ferry E. F., May 29. 1947. 45 6m 't

: reformation. Her leading staple has already appreciated hand of a cordial welcome wherever he may Batieste do. /Mosquito Netting person shall not be capable of becoming the Sea Island Cotton .

i one hundred per cent and it is the madness: o.-Raleigh (X. C.) Standard, June 2. Blk &white do. j S Black Silk Fillet Gloves purchaser of that G of any other lot offered a that Gis.iTHE Jut received direct from Havana, .
Mourning Muslins 'Cot. naburgs and brown subscribers leave in-
Ibis : beg to
C folly to attribute great rise to the short crop. public sale: Profiled, That if any lot so and
The most that is claimed in the way of a short crop Printed Muslins, domestics. bid off on the last lay of the public sle.ore note the tt planters of long-staple I JL BALE of Grass Hammocks, .. j
2 dozen
assorted Preserves,
j it one fourth less thah the previous crop,which was The Circuit Court for Walton County, the Embroidered Muslins, thus paid for, tht same may be entered at private that y are still engaged in 10 doz Ra.. J I .
superior ,
Svrup?- berry
an overwhelming/ one. While the list one was no hone Geo. S. Hawking Judge terminated ALSO : ale. upon paying ti the United States the sum at the latest improved Onge.Orange I.
great ways below the average: of some previous crops.It 3 bhds. Bacon Ham. 3 bbls No. 2 Mackerel which it was bid iff. and to the owner the hn- ,. 4 u..Carolina'and VH Florida**.s! ,, Flower&c.,23acksauperio.! Cole. ;
its session last. On o .South '
is the inspiration cf Free Trade which has filled on Thursday Monday 5" Sides. 18- 6. the pcviously ascertained value there 6 boxes White Havana Sugar,
the country with prosperity. Lor.g may it continue next the Court in Santa Rosa will commence, 5" t Sh'lder. 20 bbls. snp'r. fine Flour, of.provemcnt. who establish have the purchased reputation of 30.000 Cigars of the very best brands. "J )

to shed its cheering ray before us. and on the succeeding Monday wi)commences 3 10 bbls.a'kegs leaf Lard. Crushed, Loaf and Brown By the Ac of Cangresaforesaid, the minimum and the who same are Gins willing for ginning out more Cotton and May 15. 1S47.. 43 J. R FORTUNE.

PEEL. session here. Judge H. is now (under the June Sugar. price of town lot is fixed at twenty-five dollars, cleaner than any other Gin in UPC.Jigentt J
Madison County Florida.H 12.151. 47 and of each out lot. at twenty-five' dollars per acre. Notice. 1
alternating system) for the first time in his own :VILLALOXGA & Centresie.
I RICHARD M. YOUNG. months after date I shall my t:
RALEIGH|: (N. C.) June 2. Circuit, and we learn that he has thus fargiv- Bacon Hams. Commissioner tf the General Land Office. Ga. ; GEORGE Gins,L.S4-5 wi Newnannie. E Fa.Single SIX vouchers to the Hon. A.present ld.aut Judge 1

en great satisfaction.-Pensacola Gazette, CASKS gar-cured Ham,just received by June 5. 1S47. 46 13t Double Gins..;$15 do. with all late imprece- of Probate in and for the County of Madison and i
PofJtL: ;
President The visit of President '
LLOYD $ apply for a e Administrator of the estate
Jzine5. &FL.'G.June ::5S. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had at : discharge a
Polk to his native (State, and to the Universityat I 12, 1SJ7. 47 DR. HULL'SCOUGH moderate, $ rates. Orders for Gins and repairing Gins of John W.Richardsonlats of said County.deceased.S. .

which he was educated, has called up many Louisville Journal to direct to VANCE BURNS. B. RICHARDSON.

interesting reminhceiiccs connected with his i iI aid CIlr, a Rerlre.-timp :-" Gen. Taylor'same Fou. I LOZENGES I please May 22,1S47. 44 I &. Mar'a. Ga. Madison County May 1:, 1S47. 43 6mExecutor's .r 11
BBLS. St. just and for
I College course. :JWe learn from a friend who 25 Four. recti..e Notice. '
I il now at he headofthn column of near. sale by ..
was with him at Chapel Hill that he was remllrka'ble -, Iy all the whig papers in the country. And June 12, 1S47. 47 .I Important to Clergfmen, Lawyers, and Public person who have any demands against the

for his Strict attention lo his studies; when was old Hf.ugh and Ready ever knownto Speakers generally. LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDCINE-. ALL of George E. Weaver, decee. will .. J

that he wan extremely temperate and industri. be otherwise than invincible at the head of Whiskey. 'VE are kindly permitted to publish the follow. of feeble se- plea present them without delay, J

ous in his habits, and, in the language of prof. columns?" To which the Boston Post 2 AC BARRELS Whiskey (or sale byLLOYD ing extract from a letter from Rev. J. W. PERSONS habits, are often: troubled with habitual CHAS. M. WELLS,and .t i
essor Green evir prompt to bow to the au. & FLAGG. Smith to a brother in the ministry : costiveness which often exerts a very unfavorable R MALLORY.Executor
that be into
dod, by saying never went ac. June 47 4t Conn., Nov 21st 1846. which is ri
12,1S47. DRHAM. influence their general health particularly -
i thority"of his instructors, and "to respect their tion at the head of such columns." Dear of the 5th inst.: was receiv- I manifested upon by if not total loss of Key West, April 10, IS47. 3 8t f '
feelings that be was never absent from j and would have been answered ere iresuIrity. .
; pray Groceries. ed I some days ago In this system, this :ar-
ers or recUationsexcept when sick; that he j now had not a pressure of business: :prevented me. apptite. recommended with the aurancethat Mastodon Cotton Seed }

took the highest honors in his classes; and that The Ohio papers arc charging the newly JUS received and for sale by LLOYD &FL.'GG. I am pained to hear of your continued indisposi- if the denry do is properly adjoslP s a not to 1 C\f\ BUSHE genuine Seed, ( ae 8 25JJ .
elected Governor of that State Mr. bbls. No. 1 Mackerel ministerial labors. \
Whig ( tion and to pursue jour actively, relied .1.\ vi
inabilit the may per l
: so exemplary was his whole conduct, and so move to b .
ebb) with having left the scat of Government 10 boxes Scotch Herring. You ask hat wet been thus or similarly afflictk bwel any or even the least unpleasant consequences BIRCHE& LINDENBEEGEB.TApril .
honorable and steady were the ttruggles of his and while in the of 12 t English dairy Cheese e ? 1 an."e.yes! In the autumn of 1842.I con- upon from the use of common purgative 10. .333OO I
young ambition,that a fellow student of his at engaged practice 10 Champaigne Cider racted a severe cold while riding my circuit, which medicines resulting usually resorted to. 187. _
his profession, left blank pardoning powers intbe 2 M Maccaroni, resulted in affection of the lungs by a Pieces Calico. .
that day predicted, that if he lived to the age accompanie Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the :
of be would lie President of the U. States. hands of his Secretary ; and between the Port and Maderia Wines. violent cough which was so much irrtatf'd inspeak- preventive properties of this medicine by using it on and Summer Pints.choice patterns.just
two, in the last few months, forty-five con. June 12. &. 47 4t ing that fur nearly two months I was unable preach I the intimation of an approaching attack. Thereare SPRING and for sale! j
The has been fulfilled and at the '
prediction victa have been from the State a single sermon and I began to have fears that I frt constitutions liable: to regular attacks of L&H.CREENBERG&CO. .

age fifty-two President Polk turns again to t discharged More New God. should never be able to again resume my labors.About .- Billions Fever almost every fall; to such the use of April 3. 1S47. 37 I II
the quiet shades Chapel Hill to mingle with Penitentiary. TUST received from New by LLOYD i.J the first of November I was at br. CadweU', this medicine i is recommended beginning to use it _- i: 1
FLAGG in Hartford,and he gave me a box of Hull's Cough first of June. 2 casks Ham. I ,
those :with whom he was familiar thirty years by the middle of May or 25 BBL Four. I
I France.-Tbe news of Gen. Taylor's vic. Prints, / Penhams .ozenges. recommending them I a medicine well Those whose digestive are feeble often experience cah Side. 1 t Shoulder
draw fresh from the organs
ago, to inspiration pure tories was received with much satisfaction in Marino Stripe } French Ginghams, adpte to the cure of my case. As an experiment sense of weight and oppressionabout Just received and for sale by ,
fountain of his Alma Mater, and to exchange Paris. Old and Ready's" to Cause Flannels. j S Apron and Furniture I began using them and soon found myself improve the a stomach fulntu. wi find this medicine March 13, 1947. 34.* LLOYD 4.'FLAGG. .
ulutations with hs; felow-citixeng of all class. Rough reply i Checks fee. &.c. ing-and after four weeks continued .of them Iwas afford almost immediate I' -. t

es and we trust hi will return to Washingtonmuch Santa } nna'saummons to surrender, is great. June 12, 1841. 47 4t able to go upon my circuit. Since then I have Ladies near their confinement ole' suffer from Ice-House. f
and nerved I ly admired from its noble simplicity ; and I nv.riably made use of the Lozenges in all cases of heartburn and costiveness: to article is V'PHE will be opened morning i 4

profited byihis journey, to have heard several gentlemen declare Groceries. cold or hoarsentu. and always with complete sueess. highly reommende. a it can be used without the .L ( IeHoas excepted) from 6 to 6$every o'clock,where
still stronger efforts for the good and glory of Fay I don't knew that they would cure but asmine benefit. In sick 1
that it will live in history like Napoleon's ap you least danger, great or nervous ice can be had at 4 cents per and at J.R.'ortune's
TL'ST from New Orleans J. R.
his direc by was a similar case I think them worthy of a invaluable. puni I
countrjEvery headache it is store,after that hoar .per In. t
one that approached him while here, pal to his soldiers at the Pyramids. J FORTUNE C per clear ahr. White Wing trial, and hoping they may prove instrumental in re- This article will be found to act a a plersant cordial Tickets are issued and sold at his store for 6 Ibe. ::2
Calk Bacon Sides Itoring you to health and usefulness I remain yours tonic. restoring the appetite and at the ice each.
I was received with the utmost cordiality; and ------ -- ---- --- -- 2 Shoulders and or ,
At of Jackson Lodge No.1 in Christian felowship. same time fulfilling every intention that the common N. B- The Ice.Hous will opened every Saturday -
meeting 2 Hams.
his affable countenance, and the wann grasp a t J. W. SMITh to effect. J. purely teg. b
held the Masonic Hall in the of Tallahassee 15 Kegs Leaf Lard. purgatives are intende evening,at 61 o'cok. for lh accommodation .1
of the band,gave proof to all of the benevo. at city and. wbt according to the directions, hose it It keeps
lence and kindness of his heart. His man. on Sunday morning, 30th of May, 2 2 Bb Hhds... t Brown. WAxEHOV5E POINT. Ct., Feb. 11. IS 17. dale.found an invaluable article especially to those a blaket.within the loss over night is very wel. i f

tees are simple and plain but polishedthereis the decease of brother JAMES BARET being 1 Bbl. Dried Sugr. D. Hul:-Dear using Sir:-your By Lozengesand the advice of brother though afflicted with Dyspepsia Derangement of the Liver, April 24. 1S47. 40

affectation about him and in this made known to the Lodge by the Worship 8 Sacks Rio Coffee commencf much better, and rut improving or General Debility.
no ; respect not yet i. a by Doctor J. Reese, Pike county and LeatherN '
he is a true type of the great people whose first fal Master, the following preamble and resoutions 33: hf.Bbls.bbls.St. Louis flour. under their inlmte. and have full bejief that I shall Georgia Prepared,and for sale/ by ftmft Boots band and Shos to order, cheaper than ever :
10 t labors
officer he is. Without seeking to produce were unanimously adopted : 6 dozen Chret. ultimately resume my impended E BARNARD. Jr-s.. O before offered in this city. Call and see, andwe t

what: would call be never. Whereas, it has pleased an all-wise Provi. sound and well. Drug Store,Talaae. will satisfy you that home manufactures tho ;
some an impression, June 12,1S47. 47 You have br. Smith's and my own consent to make DANIEL'LADD, a '
in his divine to call from Neor.Mont The attention of Planters ia invited to a
theleu took a strong hold here upon the pop. ence, dispnstions such use of this commun,ation I you may deem cheapf )
celo. article of Negro.Shoes for one dollar.
ular affections aid regards; and when be re. our midst our Barry, New Books, &c. proper. ,, made ot the best mates ials, and warranted not to rip

turns to Washington he will leave behind him Senior Warden of this Lodge, while in the TUST received per Brig Detroit, Omno,a Narrative Yours respectfullv HARDY BRYAN. Prices for other kinds of work will found te corespond t
in Norib.Carolipa prime of life and in the midst of his usefulness 51 of Adventures in the South Seas,by Herman Mel- WM. P. ERLE Agent for Thomas cunt.Gera of Boots and b, Saddles and
warm Repairs
many very many of the above valuable
and this deeming it to vile; Webster's.DomesticTconomy and A fresh snpplv Hcne May 22. 1847. 44 Harness short notice. Harness of quality ,
prsni.l friend of both political parties Lodge proper Cinq Mar., by Alfred De Vigny, jll'l rtcfil in Tallahassee, and for sale by ,at every I
manifest their regard for his character, as a LEWIS A. A made to order. .
Tzcxu nnrcKJTr >7. 4ft 2t
ZCDBLEXESS OF DU Castle of Erenaeln. by James ME Wagons for Sale. WM. H. VMILLAIf.Quincy .
POsITION AND rjrapoac arc member of this fraternity, their esteem for Arthur Burdett. DR. J. S. BOND Jersey April 3. 1547. 37
.Written in his him as a citizen, friend, and neighbor, do Alien Grdon. by Joseph _'lden. Two l
manly eye. Anthon's S-dluit. "AFFER-S his professional service to the citizens 15. IS-' 43 J. R. FORTUNE.
follows Clsr. for Sale.
resolve :
his brow. as
And oa unanimously
manly Wilberforce's Manual for Communicant*. _/ of Tallahassee and the surrounding country. Tae
The President of the United States will,it is That we wi attend the funeral of our deceased Macaulay's Alison's Office at C .l. Fisher's Hotel. Just Received VOR ,by ribr. a Tannery, icnrne-

understood leave Chapel Hill on Friday mar'! and senior Warden, and return Wilson's Miselanie. IT. May 20, 151. 43 tf .1 diately adjoining the Tallahassee, c*m* 1
500 COPIE HARP pricing 51 vats, two large buildings 50 by 30 feet,
to reach-thif city in time to his remains to their mother earth with Heman's Poems. Pocket Maps of U. S.&. Geria. Southern Harmony.
lung to as and
Sale. length width two kitchens. 10 by SO feet -
Det Blue Figuered Window Paper 36 inches Lad fo 100 Harmonist.Headley's .
take that for Washington. He is due Masonic ceremonies.That There various fixtures bark '
can day New Patterns of House Paper, and Borders for do. FARM Lake Jackson, situated and his are pumps ,two mi., (
WILL tell en Napoleon Mlrhala.
expected to arrive here between ten and elev.en he members of th Lodge will wear For sale by P. A. HAYWARD. I nine my north This farm Lurdner's Lectures complete "olume. turning by a cog wheel,running by horse a :

on Friday, and will reach Washington cityon the usual badge of mourning for the space of Jane 12, 184' 47 abut near mile one thoud ofTalbhae.acres tfn hundred of Anthon's, Jacob's Greek Reaer.Frot'a cistern ater for the rain border water of,a wel a bok.,with abundant.
on are !
Saturday evening. A Dumber of the people thirty days. which is cleared, now in a fine state for culti American Speaker Fon'a Interpreter ;

'il1ao doubt be here Friday to witnesshis That we deeply sympathise with the be- Cheap Plough Horse for Sale. yahoo, having been in flow for two years. For Carmine Sancers,superior for sale lb1e Ink, der (lot includes There 10 are or 1 aC two of fr.t rate with lznl DD-125

O reared family and friends of the deceased in (ettility of .oi. I am it ia not surpassed by Hardware Pper. &c., ene. t,
TO P A. HAYWARD. cords oak bark. For sale a (treat hernia-
depaxture.-&andard. .
this their severe affliction, and hereby tenderour APPLY J. R. FORTUNE. any upland farm in the Southern country.horizontal When itWI 1 April 10. 181. 3 Ter.libn1.0 a M. L, BAKES. I
41Mae. cleared,it was laid off with circular
New Or sincere condolence in their irreparable June 12,1647. and ha not consequently and will I now Notice.* M.yl.181. 41"t I
(& Mr. De Bow, editor of the ro. whe.
Commercial statesthat( los Sale. >roduc" .much Cora.'ta'o B u, .i did months after date.the undersigned, Executir W.
Review m
ms cn. That a copy of these resolutions be spread ? when first cleared: Two yean made a ex SIX Ihe last will and testament of BDjamioChare. MJe RU' J
eqpence of an* unfortunate delay in obtain the Journals of the Lodge and that a virtue of a de the Circuit Court of the i Sugar on ". -which had deceased,late of Leon County," present .
lag ordered fur upon BY Circuit of Florida Gadsden County pm. Cotton and Iwo of Corn, the Hon. Judge of I
a Irnprovejl paper, espfcisjry the of Mile fO fOfD. crop and vouchers to P taken Rooms at Banner Hoaawllea
'Ju! Review, the June number will'oe neces copy be forwarded to family the deS in a clat btwe D William J. Bailey, Admr. of A. and with the moat indifferent preparation,made one bate auut. County, and make application for lt. HAVING .'1&very respectfully tender his j jwic
ed-.alao that the same in the ., and Mary C. Rowles, houond pounds An average crops of a o Executor aforesaid.
aomber Bellamy. : tomplanant. per ac. tees dismission as to those who desire faithful ad I
frily dlare; i a double published public> prints of this city. Ex's of Joseph J other,a tale of Cotton to the acre has always been madewhen JOSEPH CUA1RES, Executor. nesses themselves o friessdswhicb utt.bu. I .

**1 f' order of the W. Muter, 4 defendants for a mortgage, I will the season sailed th cultivation. It.i welt Leon County,April 3. 1947. 37 G mite tu posterity indellible wl the pset.i .
By EDMONDSON Bee. expos* to sale, on the first Monday in July next, b adapted to the culture Io Corn, and pox i are warranted to pleas Price f3OManticello.
'ouI Coriri*, the Whig .wagon boy" cf JOS.. A, fore the Court House door, in Qaincy a woman fa. t<>the Lake affords range (o stock ol Ice Cream Frecsera. .March 87.1847. 3
Ok1owtlie who med Molly, about 24 years of age; a boy named Wl. imit. My term are one-third 0 the purchasetaoner SALE at the Tu SHOF. Ice
&DAo pronounced a 'ir. lam, about 8 years of age; and a boy,the did to U paid o the fret of JaDlult. sadtbebs1anceIeYouTina&l FOR various Tin eT.: Staple std B est1c 0.045.
'*.* J5xlcaa antl.A-Deneaa speech JAaRIBD. Molly about 2 yean of ape altta rr date aS A. CENERALasuortmentiustreeeYedIadf5l
I$,&Sena1.wuatelyburntie&j, la QIO tW t J Rj/- *. Plp. ni I. 'B, HARRIS, a interest 0 8 pereeiit. Fioexer.dentub5'in. t. .Cualltit-"i t A by Lk.LCRX.EN3ERQCO..

b : :"bGur; TAylor* wrtnr ai C.COLSON I o Qnincj-. e Ap lsfkteela, to MAIA Jane S, 1547.Special Mue and Cemmbaioiwr. .f".18&._ 43. 'ON S 8EARD w f f. _'j the, .....April 3J1S47.: 3 t< '..*.&vi13tlW. 37pe

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| "-1tEWPOETWAULL&: COUBTJr.IXOBIDA AXD J.mutD" D'SJI&l oSJI.cnJI- kJ coat sad vouchers to the Hon. Jodge of Rleeft '.
Jb Oe, fr4igi.t a. Mer* Jefferson, tndarprj .g'e c. .
ACTIOX bate la and
ararisI. JE&.A.L Asarmr; rcwrcr TO THE .
aM .McCwfLg., qifrE. snbsrr2ie raoat respecttBllyflH Administrator tbe estate or aatJ cI W
the Cswrf.AJUare L hislricada and the evblic. that or TKX JHJ.T ocjra.ii.AMUEK.T.AJLttMl a discharge as 'tI S
I. LbiigtovtmIuJ.ea JI2'rntE W. Stephens, late of said Coonty,deceased. described 1aa6r .
$ flats stiff *e /MB**, stDl oecnplM accommodafe the WAtDLLA.wfao HOTEL.and desire mound &e CmutitvtM / &i State ,I JAMES G ADSDEN.Montlcello Rate sod c.1IaI Ita._.

; jt AOE1tALA1IOTttCV M prepared to pay the eo- M 10 ezfenrf ,. mil free vJute male inhabitant, ,January 16.1&47. 26 6m IMS
test tbe rirtaes of Sulpliw Water darint
At United Stattt,
yyiHLandS1aPleTYGDOdiBoets ldg Bissau .f _
; Hats Boots and Shoe,Hardware suing coaretdeat seasua.A Wh0..OM of oursprian use rtfidtd ant&M tku StmU nu year, the eltc- 3fotfee.OIX A.ia B. :m.ctWeIL -

W'00& Willow Crockery and Stone Ware, last and aaotter b* se1fer( the accoramodatioA franchise. months after date I thai present my HOImST.IIqr.i J "
t 4 Glass Wr, Groceries, tcKEADF -, of year the;Ladies) wiH be etccted daring eSpriJ1g. SECTION 1. Heft enacted h j the Senate and O and voochen. aDd apply to the Hon. Judge
MADE CLOTIIIRG.cossunxG Refmfntat9ft of the State ef Florida Probate of Leon County (or letters of dismission tiac to Wert to tW
That the first snd lyiag en ft.AacVrvJiT
in GeneralfssemWjr the estate of
wed at all tfaae are never Administratrix on
Baths W *,
or THI FOLXOWWC These eu clause of the sixth article of the Constitution be so deceased. < on the head ef St.AaS
; 4 overflowed and the properties of the water re M late of said County *
Ladies Bariege aDd Meslins, in dress pattern, TN pursuance of taw.1. JAMES K. POI, President beneficial to iaralid aa tholw of any*tipar sprint amended as follows,vix: Every free white Dale person ELIZABETH CLEAVELAND. Adm' poportiag taT.

: I Taiiton. Orcandee and Painted Muslin, i (< the United Stales of ., do hereby ia the State. It is not deemed necessary We te cite ol the age of tweaty-one years and upwards,and. .Jaimsry 23, 1947. 27 CmW. JOHN W.
Swiss and Jaconet do.. beheld hall be, at the time of offering to vote, a citizen COOS !9atriI'
Moll was
Book declare and make known that public sales certificates from vlaiton WhO k.*' tried
eases or give 7v
Plain barred and stripe Cambric. uadcrmentioned Land Office* in the of the United States and who shall have resided DILWORTH *Tax CoL WsdaisarW ,
at be then.ID 7. i. B
White and Mack Tarlton Muslin hereicaltcr a&d had nil habitation domicil, home and place of i 31 .t m
the Tn
STATE OF FLORIDA, at period. addition to the slOallaJe at eaastry In&
'. blade Bariege, permanent abode in Florida.!for one Tear next preceding Attorney as Law I
Black Crape, designated to wit : the WakoHa Hotel will be regmluiy with OF WILD CHEfisr ,
Green Bore, Black Lace and Lon Veils, ST. Accrrnvr, crnmencinp arifctliao the WeeUoa at which he ah aU offer to vote loirtietllo Jefferson Coaaty, Florida, LEWIS AatVg
At the Land Office at Green Turtle Fi h anil Oysters,and"et j i immediately : .
Gingham, fancy and solid colours i on Monday tl* Ivxiflh Jcy of July next,f.>r the paid to the comfort of : aad wbo shall, at such time and for nix had months his hkbita IA71LL attend the Circuit Courts of the 31

. 4 Banege and Muslin embroidered Shawls, disposal of the public lands nhii the limits of the To gentlemen food of banting and sLicg'', this I preceding said time have of abode, V V !Circuit, and of the County of Colombia of -
a Do. and Silk Scarfs. umdermcEticnd township to nit : neighborhood affords n unfailing supply of game sod lion domidl home and place permanent I Eastern Circuit,FlDridL .f Florida.
Fare ilk Handkerchiefs. Seidk cf tie late hne end tail of tie principal bring their ehildie I ia the county ia which he may offer to vote, shall be -IN THE
. ; fish ; and to parents wishing to deemed voter at all election under Jhis Monticello August 22, 154f. 3 CIRCUIT COCTr
Linen Cambric, and rrurutiau.Towcs'np here there is a gftoJ! ochcol and divine service eY 1NI.bath a COt "
hem-stitched in elections by
Do. do. Hdkfs, plain twenty.twa, of raie twcr.t'y-'i ht.To" Constitution and none ethers, except
s euilif oiijti ed, rul.ipktMcnrone and twenty-two, of range The subscriber day. had ood friable fir Ikrses.and atetive general: ticket in the State rr District prescribed by Law Notice.BROCKEXBROUGH Linton, Cgi.55
Black and lane* coloured Kid Gloves, ;- law, in which caaes the elector most have been a 1'1-

*, Slk metalie and velvet Work Pockets, twenty-nine.Tov'ns j"i ei-hteen and nineteen, and section sir: servants. w. G. DAUGIITERY. resident of the State one year next preceding the & b.John M. Smith aDd Iichart
%' white and fancy colciured silk Mitts, election,and six month within the election district ffI n.
Black of tbirtr. 36
in towr.aip twen'T, ranse March 22, 1I7.
White and black twist.ilk Gloves, Townships eighteen, ciuctc-en and t.'enty-c)>ae, ofrarJe Newport norida in which he offers to vote Provided That no soldier H. BROCKENBROUGH 'ill retur to Court bv the affidavit of COQ.

Lisle Edging. Muslin Edgings and Inserting, thirtr-one. COUNTYTax seaman or marine in the regular Army or Navyof WM. in time to attend all the Court >f defendant Catharine fin.

Black ilk Lace, 1 to 3 in. wide. TowC3hiVt:4rhte;D and ainet<;n, of range thirty- JEFFERSON the United State, unless he were a qualified elector Middle Circuit and Jackson and Franklin of the State, aad resides im
;fr4 Thmd and Bobbin Edging and Lam, t... Collector's Sale. of this State previous to his enlistment as such ties in West Florida. B. & M. will also attend I : a

t Parasols, Parasollettcs. and San-shades Township cicbteec of range tbirtv-three virtue of authority vested in rne by law I soldier seaman or marine in the Regular Army or Supreme and Federal Court Their time will That the saM defendant do

China strain and fancy Muslin Bonnets, At the Land O!ce at :rwcAiTzLLEcommenc- BY expose for aile before the Crt Hoase Navy cf the United State,or of the revenue service, devoted exclusively to the legal profetrivn, complainant's M or beforv

Misses China and do. do. do., In on Mundaythrnintltcnth day cf July nert, for door in MoriticYllo. JeCerson Cownty,e>n the shall be considered a resident of the State in consequence chums against the United States, for the July next otherwi UM SUB*

.J; Bonnet Flowers and Ribbon!. the; disposal of the public lands itbin the limits of First .' fiinday in July n'Jrt of being stationed within the: same. prosecution of which arrangements have been ,and the matters thereat

Lutestring Ribbons. assorted the undermentioned townships arid fractional township the following j.ropem or *o much th .rt
: i Fancy coloured velvet Neck Ribbons, } s, to v\i : .,.' ii* < ht. and CL'U1.n_ Tales due thereon for the D. H. MAYS, President Senate. March 13. 1S47. 34 order-_.be_ published=_ .L in. SOBS*
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Black and white silk Hi.e. South cf the Late line, and east f the principal 1- G.n n. 11. AmcHr. Secretary &'fate.! pnoira JB me state, once %

White, brown, blue, and elate cord ditto, meridian.Tot I .vear N E 4, Sec 32, rnd N W J.
,!: Misses white and brown do. do., n<1iip nine of range fourteen. E I, Sec 33. T 1. R1.. N and purporting to belong ROBERT BROW, Sptakej Ho. Reps.M. -. Jwdjs
Feather aol painted Fan, entjeight, D. PACT Cleik. ,
paper Fractiou.1 :ovn liips wentstverj to Duncan M. Quarles.I
I Pin, white, scarlet, straw and blue FlOlen e. and tLirt.*. on tie raain land of range i N V,' 4. Sec 15. T 2, R1, N 4. E owner not J. R. FORTUNE *. S
Long Law. Irish Linen. Linen Sheeting. I known. .In Jet to amend the Conttitvticn of thit Slate to become the sole proprietor of the 16, [20] 1847. 33 4m

w Linen Tab'!. damask. Township lsenty-sttefl. and township I Lot No. 3, fn c SHT ?t. T 2, R 4. .V A. E, I acres. cs to make the tttrion of the General .Itsemlly HAVING lately tbe property ofR. Flacks t

Linen Naj'kins, 1Ard'l e Dialer Linen Dowlas thirtj-f"i-on tie train land biennial instead of annual. takes this method of informing the public that A\Tfi
Russia Diaper. Crash and Hu kerback Toweling. li\triTy-oven. and fractionzl townships .. ]: .. .4 .i.T2.RI.N&E.S) SECTION 1. Ee it enacted ly the Senate and will keep constantly hand, at tbe shop RT

kw ,6 to 12-t brown and bleached Cot. dhertine, thirty L.-ce and iLfrt- "e.on the main bu .ofune 2I.T2.R4, N 1. F, -'*-!as.' Kfprftentatieet of the Stale of flo- his store a large assortment of all the S

I Cord Cambrics, white aid brown Holland, sevcnieer.. I. 4. lt .< c. '2.T2.R4N&E.It5ar's. ridain Uenerali.seMiblfcenrenrclThat the second Tia and other articles usually kept in his \ PAINTS, OIL

: Alpacka Bombazine, silk Velvet black Satin Towisnjp twenty-even fraction! ;OWtChIP. thir .1 hinpin the bend ef Miceor-fkieLaVene plan clause of the fourth article of the Constitution of business. He will also be prepared to furnish fce., ViadrrCha,
1j '
Drvj and Furniture Calicces, ty-tso. o'i tbercajj larid.a'id t''wnsh.p thjrt>-thrte tation ol Gu' I.dt"" owner not knonn.SMITH this State be so amended 23 to read as (follows viz : Merchant in the country Tin-ware at as low ..r.Hb.urn COXX>KS,

re4 Cruel, of number shade and tbu t ."h., uf rar.:e eigSitcec.Tcnvnlii. SIMKINS, 2d. The members ol the House of Representativesshall as they can get it from the North; and begs '
Tape eeJIM. Silver Thitables, Fancy Einding.t .>s th:-Ix-two, thirtv-thrte, tbirl. -four Fhff. ai'! ex rfirio Tax Col. Jet Co.I I be chosen by the qualified vc.ttU. arid shall call and examine for themselves. There is an Glass Ware Ac.

Number variou kind, fancj silk Triinnsin, ? and thirti-nr.: range nineteen. December :. l'J 1 'omI nerve for the term of two > -ars, from and after the ject in having it here. as it will be free from }! on hand,and for sale at tb,
t J White, brown and fancy coloured Linens,fvr men Land!t-d by Uw fr the use of echocU, day of the Cht election under tie amended Constitution which it usually gets by shipping.CESEE1L prices.
wear Ciilitar\ cr tthtr nit be udul from and no longer; and the sessions of the Gen-
pnrposes I I Worms ITornii!!: Worms : ASSOBTBEXT OF TIX-W1RE.
Faicy coloured Cottons. the n\i.\ oral Assembly biennial and commence on by late arrivals' additional

A Pretty and fancy Auortment The sales wi.l each be kept open for two Mreek, I;! Till bane of chibiuid, a-d the ceruiu ;- -urlK r : the fourth Monday ill November in each and every 1 dna Furnaces such as every family t.ught .and ttemicalt ,

irieuft' nea Jade Clothing. I (unless l the Unds are 4 nc-r disposed of)and no Inn- i i many d.in2rmsdi.eases, if allowed tu re- I second year, or at such other linns a* may be prescribed have Sugar Dippers Sugar Skimmer, Oil Cans of the popular patent reoe&s,
the township 1 cain lonz in the human system iu great uUl .LHI. law. for Stoves JLe. the
, &oc. get; end no fruite eotnes c.f land in by Counter Scales Zinc largest and m ct varied i is
HATS UMBRELLAS and so cCered, will be admitted until aft"r the expiration i:i i Thousand of Children die; annndly from Sec. 2. IJe further enacted, That the third clause Sheet Iron for making Stove Pipes we offer at the lowest cast
Patent and Call Boots, sewed do. pezrtd do.Fashionable of two weeks from the cCon.tI r.Ct'1.QeDt c>fsid sales i i, Worms I of the fourth article of the Coo.titution be amended Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of

,% C Calf I -JOtee5. do. Given sodeimy l hand at the City cf Washington, !I i I ao that the same hall read as follows: 3d. That the dings, and put up at short notice, either in the 1 LEWIS AMESL
hand bt-
horn Hat, cltse when
and inow at they
Bearer Lef I I The season
Dozriui thou. hal! be chosen the first Monday
this sixth day of April, Anno one pree-n'2tive on or country.
fe' Mew' and Bojs* Hals and egbt; hundred and ioil\evrn. I come most to children. I.I in the month of October, in each and every second ALSO;a new invention for draining Sugar, .

Cotton Ginghams and Silk Umbrellas. JAMES K IXLK. ., Dr. Wood ruff's* Worm Specific | year, from and after the first election under this a- will drain it for market in two days, and begs RATE MOLASSES,

Hard Ware.Mill By tb rr *:dt'r.t : i Is a safe and cffic.en; reme-dv for Worms. Try it.lit .- mended Constitution, tr on such other day as nay planters to call and examine. sale by

crosscut, hand, key tenant and wood Saws RICHARD YOUNG, I ICcmrntnoner is as good a.}th' '*?-t.! arid cheap a.< the cheapest. be directed by law. 20 patent Weil :and Cistern single and double 34 J. R. FORTUNE

Auger.,filetchisels and braces,with bitts assort'd.Knob. of tht Gentral Lund Office. .,Ir. Joseph Shipl v, (f Mucos Co.. (Ji..stay, it Be'it further enacted That the fifth clause Pumps, well adapted to plantation use.

l>lie, stock pad. truck chest, cupboard, brought away &)) W .rias from a ero child, b loog- 1&3. : article be *o amended as to read as March 6. isi-;. l3SANDS' TS Ol\ Y.

liox horse and till Locks, assorted NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. I I lug to him in a ''If'f't111't I follow, viz: The Senators shall be the

Pocket and table Knives, sLee and'' do., Everv person entitled to the riht of pre-emption Mr. John J. Little: of WhiH-bville Gto., says I I 1, qualified electors for the term (.( four years, at the

rf Carting Knives and Forks to any lands within the tsmnsbir above enumerated gave it in one case and brr-uglj\ awa 5 J Worms. In | !au>fc time in the same manner and in the same SARSAPARILLA, I STYLES-1847.

RAZOR-J-"e\.let of Old Rough and Ready Razor is requ'red to establish! the tame to the ati!facticn another ca>e, it cureJ his negro woman of Tenia cr lace where they vote f..i member of the House of FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT I

Straps, of the Register and "ceiver cf the proper Land Ot. I' Tape ll'vrm i I Representatives; and no person shall be a Senator OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM \ BREWSTER ,
German silver table and tea, Entansia table and lice and make |payment tbeiefi-r at soon at practicable Mr. Thomas Boyd. of COW
tea and iron table and tea Spoons, aftfr fring this notirr. and before the div appointed -, Cave it to a necro boy who)! was in bad health; it !i I shall have bevu an inhtLitaLt of this State OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM I Dealers in Dry Goods that tW'

i Box, coffee and corn Mills, Brass preserve Kettles, tcr the corrimenctnient of the public sale of brought away immediately 3-" norms! He wu kooa j for two year next preceding his election and the VIZ are now exhibiting, at THE
i Log, fifth trace halter and d"; Ct uns, the land embracing the tract claimed; otherwise well;and remains so uj to this time. t i last ear a resident: cf t the district county for which : for Printed Con
Wrought iron Grid-irons, Wafle and Wafer-irons, such cliliaill be fttft-ittd. Januarv.17.'GRirriN. I I he bLall be chosen, and hall have attained the age Scrofula or rut*.'. Eril, fiheianatim, Ob.l i'

;i Collins No. 1 Axes Steel Traps, RICHARD M. YOUNG.Cummiit'umtr Pike Co., Ceo.. July 12, I SIC.. I of twentjr-five.sears. Cutanevut Eruptiont,Pimple or Pustule
r r Ames Spades and long and sLort-handle Shovels, ; of the General Land Office. Dr. Woodruff Vl' *e forw;d immediately three II Sec. 4'Beit'furthirenactedThat the sixth clause face, Botches, Bites Chronic Sore Eyes, OASES,

. Snaths, shrub Scttbe*, and reap Haok, -11, \\"A1. 40 )'I dozen of Worn Specific We have ealltfur it of the aforesaid article be so amended as to read as Worn or Tetter, Scald Head Enlargement all the
-.-4 L'-:. _._.1 _,..< ..,."u M ,-Knir Toda. and April your follows viz The classification of Senator made Pain of the Bones arid Joint, Stubborn (. Spring Style
> without Respectfully :
ff;$.;! .V:;*;, ;;ta: y articles;. i in the Hard-ware Hue not Bar and Billiard Room. daily. Stud delay.JNO.G. HILL & co. I at the first *ssion ot the General Assembly held in Syphilitic Symptoms, Sciatica or Lxcmbago and American Manufachn;
: their
.,!'J tcectioned. :MONTICELLO FLORIDA. TALBOT Co., Geo., December 12, IS 13. the year 1S15, shall continue unchanged "one half' Diteatrt o.risingfrom an injudicious ute of. of to the most usual beautiful stock.render aDd
Willow and Wood Ware. Dr. Woodruff have recently made trial of jour cl whom, as nearly as possible shall be chosen for cury,Jltcitet or Dr"f"Y.EzJ'f'nluur at-
undersigned respectfully informs his friends bad with the b ever hereafter biennially for the term of four years : in Life. Jlto. Chrome Constitutional' and havitg/tul been pnrchaaai
Churns 3 tize* Tub\ of all sizes, THE Worm Specific in a very cass, 'ppit"Steffc'Ct.
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i Well Buckets, Pails Eras and i iron-bound Buckets, the public4hat be has opened a EAR AND I think more of it thai ever and believe it Provided, however and it is hereby declared that THIS preparation is a combination hitherto 1\D DOlT C1EDIT,
t':;"'. W .mtasures. B1LLIAUO ROOM I in Montictllo on the West side will do in W cases in the the term of office of that class of Senators nnexpi- n in the history of Medicine, differing piece or package on the sean | i
Keelers Bread-trays.
, ;'.: Willow Chair and Carriage, for children, of the tJ11 ic 6-uare, for their accounaod.itinn. and 100.J. E. topER M. D. red at the first election under the amended Constitution -' tirely in its character and operations from the manufacturers prices. I

Work Baskets and fcolicits their patronage. His BILLIARD TABLE is shall extern to, and expire on, the first Monday' rious preparations of Sarsaparilla which have (ctrrected dairy,) are placed 1
f::t. cOHred.11arkttclitto one of the 11.lSt approved p tteln.and is in excellent REMEDY NEEDED in October eighteen hundred and fifty. at different times offered to the public. It acts S ,

. ', .. Groceries. order. His BAR i* stored with the best Ittnei Li- TilE Sec. :. Be it further enacted That tbe first election cifically upon tbe whole system thereby brin themselves of the state ef

: t Young Hon, Imperial and Powcboug Teas, quart and Cigar ; also a variety of CONFECTION For DjKHtery, Diarrhea Crinit, Paiai, and for Assemblymen under this amended Constitution under its direct and immediate influence. well repaid for an mrnmtiim.;

II.,. \ Rio and Java Coflee, A RY. his rooms will be opened at all hours Summer Complaint of hlldrcn.Frr.m shall take place on the first Monday in October possessed of powerful bealing effects yet it is purchase. I (.
c4t-' Butter and Wter Cracker, day and evening: aud. by strict attention to business eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and the firstsession tirely harmless, to that it cannot injure the moat ) advantages Ior_ or- I '
the !latn lamented Captain Houccs Georgia
__ ._
j t I. f \.1-- T.i-a jy-n..t mm.tisfactioa
No:! fe fOlick'TrtnVa; i bbli., brand, 1SJ<3. to his cuatoners Call and soc him. Regiment. of the General Assembly,under this atnend- icate constitution. When in perfect health, are respectfully solicited. I 1
ded Constitution,shall commence on the fourth Mon. fet is produced by its use except an increase cf & BREWSTER I i
10 Jbbls. Fulton Market, No. I Beef, S. B. BARRINGTON. BRAZOS ST. AGO'July, ISI'L ,
j, White Beans, Hire, dried Apples and Peaches, Montict-llo, May 1. 1M7. 41 Dr. M. Woodruff-Ddr Sir-I owe you an apolozy day in November, in the year eighteen hundred and petite; but when disease is seated in the frame.t'r. 44 Cedar SlruL I i
the life
for before ILl the of fortyeight.Passed. carrying fast its victim along path ,
Sardines, 10 bbls. soused Pigs-feet not acknowledging receipt a 27 t2SI
! ( had the Senate, December 2"2, 1S-1'. its mysterious influence is felt and seen ; it eJ :
LLtl. and ibbs.! Hour Lemon Sjrup. Boot and Shoe Making. box cf your Dysentary Cordial which you
Sperm Candles Colgate Pearl Starcb, llEundcrsi kindness to send roe while in Columbus, for the use D. H. MAYS President of Senate.H. new life and vigor, and brings health aDd I5trt I from New York
rifd,having the .
brown and toilette Soaj, purchased of I ARCHER, Secretary ot Senate. to the suffering and diseased. ,
Colgate pale Soap my corps
.r; In'ire stuck and tnateiialscf! LUAES ."
co Frcnojc
Passed House of December 29, TRUTH SntAXcra THA -
Representatives, is
Pickle, assorted-Catsups. assorted, I have fuun J it a most valuable medicine and only a very superior style of i
jt. .REHnL, ho is about lea the
u The'
Olire Oil, loaf aDd cnuLed Sugar, regret that I have not 1 supply of it. Whenever my Black Cloth
'tlj'.IO'trul1J inform his friends ar.d the i link in the
BROWN Ho. of another
ROBERT Speaker Reps.M. ing certificate is only great
hare followed
Scotch Snuff of geieral .Factories men i directions they invaria i I
public that heu at at the old stand wherehe Let the afflicted read \Vool-dje Cloth,
assorted present Lily found relief. We have buffered and are suffering D. PArr Clerk House Reps. of testimony to its merits. t
Murtard and Spices, ,
.': is prepared to execute all work ll line with has done it will j French"
sI Putty, White Lead. Window Glass, in I much from Dynenlary. occasioned by the wretched !, Febiuarv 27, 1I7. 32 CmNotice. be convinced. What it once | t
an.l He Its
band tLe finestof
proioptu' i
>> en "
Train, Linseed, and Lamp Oil, calf kin., arxl all soils of materials and will. water we have to drink, but yi r Cordial it retto- again. a (
flood chewing smoking and low puce Tobacco, make at .h"t notice, and in the Ut.1 GEN- : sing all to their wonted hetKk and rigor. With I( months after the publication of this notice 1 CHAHLESTOWX, Mass., Sept. 23 1'owdtT, Shot, Lead, i.c. &c. 4tc.CriT" TLEMKN'S: COOTS ANDSHOESr.f ininntr de my sincere thanks for your kicines,and best wishesfor SIX appl!> to tbe honorable James M. Gilchrist may certify that my son, now aced ,

tion. JViotK f.x>ted. soledand otherwise e\eiy crip- your succe. I am yenr obedient servant, i I Judge of Probate fjr Gidlen County, for letters of has betn for ten years afflicted with the or tbe latest Style. I
repaired in ISAAC HOLMES Macon Guard'. I I the cf Susan humor. At the age of even year he had the ,
Capt. dirai ion Administrator from estate
;: The inhabitanU of the city and county, good te! ahd..t reasonable! charges. He will war- *! as CLOTHING.
A fresh supply of the above valuable medicines, I I Snell which probably caused this humor to make its 1
aid lhoe of adjacent counties, are particularly requested rant his work to be e j"3l to done in the S. ,
place deceased.R. those
tff! i any : who bargairL
his good
i jut received and for vale by Lewis & Ani-, lrng.gist. !| L. EDMONDS, Adm'r.Zuincy. pearance in a most singular way, covering t
to call ad see for themselves-and, ttjttei- and to give as good s&tUfaction as t.) fitting as anyi
., Tallahassee: aUo, Ly R. Mannine P. M .Manning ( December 12, 154G. 21 GmE.UARNARDJr. from his head to his feet with small tumors. I .
whose other |
call tht attention of' the LADIES, wrkrssn.
ally, w Doctor of Medicine and he examined 24 I
ton, Leon County: Jas. B. Beard, p. M, Mico i sulted a
re tte was never known to err. It will aflord me great JOHN LERCH. I I I in succession and not understanding """"
sookie, Leon County ; Sf'. Burney, Miccosookie : three days ARCHER
to before them the diversified and May K, IM 42 tf :
pleasure Samuel Puleston Druirgi.t. Monticello; James lime TNFORMS his lends and the public case,advised me to consult Dr. Roeer,of New
attractive FAKCIM in Store. attendance trill k.t. Quincy; Joshua Dayie.ofG3d. County ; D. Baker JL that he has taken the on the cor- I then being'a.resident of that city. After a at Tallahassee,and the planta- )
. and Col.
Immediate punctual R. Mitchell, A Thomas
'. i P. M., Chattahoochie, and Wm. Powers, Mer. ner of Monroe arid Two Hundred Foot and critical examination having more than
. paid to all orders tent me. S. F. BTJRNEY.L. chant Marianna. it streets, nearly opposite the Court House, other medical gentlemen with him at the same at $31* 91O and $1*.

I he pronounced it Scrofula or King's Evil.
r- SEHTIX ApriI3,1547. where may be found a eeneral assortment t
April 17,1817. 33-{ EL, please copy.
ul genuine DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Every attention child was then prescribed for, commenced ReceIY I c
to order of Physicians and Planter medical dines from that time. He grew worse I
Pelers1 Vegetable Pills. NEW BOOKS, &c. paid ofjleadlev's. Napoleon c i
June of 1S37. and then his bones became affected
ai( AH article warranted good quality.1utC'fur eath. Also a fine Geitar for sale by I <
; Troth Is inffflitjr, and in this ClUe has JUST received per Brie Rudolph Groning biogra-. lie ha just received a supply of SHERMAN'S consequence of the mercury that bad been given 25 P. A. HAYWARD I *
4e Prevailed GREAT ARRIVAL of John Karxiulphrif Roanoke WORM, COL'GH, CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC A piece of bone came away from his under-jaw, i

,.l.-t 20 DiislicU, or 95.OOO Boxes of Michelet' history oi f France complete in 2 yol!,. LOZENGES valuable articles and the most agreeable the first place, as large a/an English walnut a pi
PILLS have from the fint been a favorite D. PAPY
"PETERS' co the Roman Republic, I form of administering m idnll. from his forehead as large as a sixpence, and a ,
, ..'.. J. uiedicite in the South, but now their consutnp. Dr.) Gordon's Family Pills Amey Herbt-rt,by W. --'ell, [ SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S PLASTERS, the from near the crown of his head. It then went JI rAg &&SJ9
iA .I<.n :< /-onfiruid to no section. In the North. the Aunt Rittv' Tales Maria J. Macintosh the back and side and discharged in three places.From I
by and best plaster ever offered to the public .
: last and increasinderr.andfor this and : cheapest in aU the Courts in the JG&D
well the Potomac new
: IastandtbeWestks beyond :
; rjlHFI Schiller's Revolt of the Netherlands thence to one of his limb, separating in t
: for Rheumatism Pains in the Back, Side,and Weakness
in South America, India, and the West Indies l1.Y' celebrated medicine, and the numerous on the first floor of the Cap-
t..l;; ;:, Europe, The Book of Travels in Africa Hoyle's Games. I &cAlo sequence of the ulceration the muscles and {
known and The demand cures they ire daily effecting all portions of the formerly occupied ay lbs
'fr theyr appreciated. 4" Anecdotes, Mason's Farrier, DR. FOLGER'S OLOS.-\O Nor ALL- from the bones of the ankle joint on the back part.He
a.rri. (fir them Las iio parallel; the annals of medicine, country where tt.hue been introduced of Dyspepsia The Fairy Jj"fr.Xlary.ret Perm,by W.Sf well, i HEALING io'a1uablear c1e for Colds. had at one time fifteen running sores or 1 f
Liter and Billiou Disease- .
.j.' and it may be said of their advocates" with their. well Complaints known Sick Headache, Six Lecture on the use cf the Lung,by S. S. Fitch, Cough, Asthma Bleeding at the Lungs, Consumption from the glans of the throat and those places I 17 | c
It.r-: ; 44 The cry is still they come attendants. The Horses foot, and how to keep it sound by W. and its kindred diseases. Pamphlets contain- mentioned. In 1540, I liin Portsmouth N. S '

; ....: i In all diseases of the stomach, the abdominal vis- &c.,bu induced the undersigned to make arrangements Mile; Dog", th .>r origin and varieties their treatment ing certificates from person in high standing, respecting and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever, .ERSKI1fE.

... : cue, the liver,or,the s.tem generally, their alternative to re-ctiie his stock direct from.Ole pioprietor, &-C-, by II. I). KicharJjnn, its valuable effects, can be had gratis, by settled in one of his hips which swelled as large AT LAW,
and would their ap
and tonic the const it u- say to numerous cu.-t.meu.lhat they
1 .: properties upon Knowlson complete Farrier abo'e.Tallahasqpe. three of tbe other. Being under Medical Florida.
.. of the blood, will produce an immediate are prepared to supply then wholesale and retail l, at iilyir.c as 1
tit properties
} '. Splcn New York
:: ?. change, and eventually perform a radical cure. prices. Burn,' and &(,ttl I'oerns, Butler1 Hudibra, -- I became alarmed and sent for a Court of Middle Florida I
Sa\ nnah.
I( TESTIMONIAI.S.'Extract George, the Planter of the Isle of France by Dumas SHERWOOD'SMAGNETIC His medicine helped hU hip and resored his adjacent Comities of Georgia t
, letter from Dr. Waines of Philadel- A large tock of t these excellent Pills just received,
of ,
. : ; Next of Kin It> Mrs Gore; the mack I'rophet, flEMEDIES, GOLD PILLS AND The third time he was attacked with this fever 13 tf t
l.hia' dated F February 1&10:--" Your Pills are the and for kale, at 25 cents per box, with full direction
rft The Mjstenei of the Ihathll. Woman's Trials,by 1S42 when bearing of Dr. Sand Sarsaparilla .
mildest in their operations and yet most powerful in by LEWIS AMES. MILES NASH,and EDWARD MAGNETISED PLASTER. t
MM. S. C. Hall; Master Timothy' Book Case being perfectly satisfied that all other medicines
their effect of that I have ever met with in a'' BARNARD! Tallahassee Fa-, and on enquiry will of the and Limbs 1
r any The De\i" Wedding RIM? ; Buff and Blue For Chronic Distant Organs failed of effecting a cure, I sent and procured six IEL HAMLIN,
jfactice of eight and twenty,earl. Their action on be found in all the towns and villages in the South The Enchanter by E. Bulwcr; The BlaCk Mendicant /-1HRONIC DISEASES of the ties, and by the time he had taken it all I i

I .4 the chyle and hence on the imparities of the blood, and Wwt. Valentine McCiutch.t, the Irish Agent, c V> class Hypertrophy,may invariably him welL Those places healed-he became Commicioa Xertaut;

C. i it, evidently very surprising." May8J917. 42 Cm The Miller of Wm. Ik-rbeit, be distinguished by the and lively-color came to his face and lips- \- :.\ :

,- 1 Extract of a letter from Dr. Henry Hall of Que. The Spaniardsarnl Richard Ford, i pain which is produced by pressure -' that time till the Fall of 1844. his complaints Jefferson Co}

:.. bee, L. C. March C, I Si I:-"For billion fever, Hazlitt's Life Of Napoleon coruplete..Yew '* on the ganglions of the spi- troubled him. At that time he became deaf, Tallahassee. >Ib,c "

/ ; ; sick headaches, for pidity of the bowels, and enlargement ,ifusiefor Piano. / .J. -a nal nerves in the intervertebral continued until last March when his right eya ) *'

r -.. of the"spleen. Dr. Peters''Pills arc an exctlieat. 8cliooHBooks. I "*spaces along each side of the came affected; from that to the left eye covering 29 '. I

medicine. I spine no matter what name may sight of the eye so that he was in a great t
2<1 copies Ollcndorf method of to
l I For sale bl LEWIS & AMES, MILES NASH, read, write and speak French new learning I ., have been given to the malady by deprived of sight. MARTIN, S .
a EDWARD BARNARD. I physicians,nosolcgists or other Knowing that Sand Sarsaparilla the '
20 Collott'sNcw French Forwarding Mtrriut
Ma S. ISI7. 42 6m I c1
z c I'mediettl writers. The pain thus medicine that had ever done him any good I
4' -'------:- success of these Pills in curing in a few UO De Fiva Eloroentary French Reader, will Poydras street,
THE -s produced be more or less to Mr. Fowle Apothecary, at Boston for more. t
where all olhe remedies have failed and 2) Mandeville's Course of Reading, *
CABINETJVIAKINQ. severeaccording to the intensity has taken fifteen dollars worth which has r LA. V
that, tno, in cases of twelve and eighteen months 20 Parker's Questions, adapted to New t.s__ .. ,, of the disease or its active or the humor from his eyes and hearing and be RECEIVING, AND FO

DAMON & LYNCH. standing-warrants the assertion, that if taken according Geography.20 German Graham'Reader English Sy oOD"me, : i4 passive t>tate at the time. Pressure appears to be cured aiid radically! so. I verily to with pro / a
to (the directions, they are a certain Cure.- Progressive the next above lieve all this latter trouble might have been .. .
the entire stock and ii.tcreit' of on ganglions TO
1J bought Arnold's Greek Prose Antho Horace
; ; HAVING. Wienker in the Cabinet Shop, are A long list of certificates in proof of their infallibility Exercise and Illu&traiioD Camposition the Black Board the first t cervical vertebrae, indicated in the annexed if I bad continued thorougly the use of the LATHAM BAJUKT a
t be added but those on ,
I the directions
it prepared to do all kllo( work in that line, and might upon by John Gould.bury Davies Arithmetic*. engraving No. determines tubercular) disease of rilla when he was under its influence the first ,S. S. SIXLXT.
deemed sufficient. them and be ;
are Try convincedthat tbe Head and Brain Throat Eyes Ears the These the simple statements of the facts of
tvbpo the heretofore given to the shop will or ; on are 20
patront Com
Olney Geography, tock'
I they are the most effectual and certain, and the Philosophy, No. 2, that of the Muscles Joints Limbs and I feel it duty lo make those facts 1
.' :' be continued. Their experience in he business Parley's Common School French Testamenti space or ; case, my
:.p.: warrants them in saying they can give satisfaction. very best remedy' ever offered to the public to insurea New York Expositor Hutory, The District Schqol on the space No. 3, that of the Lungs; on the space to the public, (for the benefit of those who may FliRt Barrels. Will t

1 They execute their wock well, and are willing to disppc permanent and lasting cure.BaAGG's Speaker Smith's Grammar Mitchell's No. 4, that ol the Stomach; on the space No. 5, that afflicted{in like manner: feeling a full COM iction constantly on bind and t
: of it on as reasonable terms as other work STORE, Lcm-Jes Co., Ala., ) and Atlas Geography. of tho Liver, and at tbe letter A,that of the Spleen ; cure has been effected solely from the effect of superior Cypress SYKUT
any Angell's Series No.. 4.Sundries. t
. 't. April 20. ISJ5. 5 1,2,3, ; from 37 tt
the No. 6 that of the Small Intestines medicine. the former holding
on on invaluable
'. *1'. men in the State. space ; __ .. .
Dr. G. K. Tttler:-Dear Sir:-This mn certify the No. 7, that of tbe on tbe tl.'UU".i\t1.' 'n.,y. "JJ 7'0"AK, ,. Alain usual Fish barrel sos.
,tti.' ; March 20. IS IT. 35 2 doz. Washington Bayley and Woodward's Gold space Kidneys; space >
that, after using many preparations for the' cure of Pens GoRFlnid No. 8, that of the Uterus and on the apace No. 9, Suffolk u. Button. October, 1846.-Then 19-1. 30 DAN1!* LAPP_ I
Bands for Bill Holders
I-1 Middle Circuit. Chill and Fever,and expending some forty-five dollars Morocco that of tbe Testes, &c. seriaLly appeared the above named Hannah W. t;
Bronze Writing Parchment J. B. Fit'
ia physicians bill, without any benefit I procured Map Tracing It is no matter whether tenderness be found in one and made solemn oath that the above certificate by
rit.j IN JEFF SON. CIRCUIT COURT a box of Dr. Tyler's Fever and Aguo Pill, at Paper Borders for House paper, Dice Boxes Tissue or more places or whether one or more of the organs her subscribed and statements therein fine colored Kid Gkvss' a

Nathaniel Pearce, YW. one dollar which cured me effectually, after I hid Paper Silver Pen and Pencil Cases Gold Tablet Pen- or limbs be diseased, as the curative cess under the .are true. Before me, rich Baliarine. P
! Attachment for suffered with this dint resting and cils, Steel Beads, Purse Rings and Tassels, Spool printed Lawns t.J
fI unpleasant complaint use of these remedies proceeds in one and all of the JAMES RICE, Justice of the Peace.
;.i; Eugene lAUoo and Robert R. $909 50. for twelve months. I have known them used Silk for Bags and Purses,steel color,fee.; a splendid diseased organs and lirabs at the same time. To de. For further.particulars and conclusive evidence Crash

L Boydlale Merchants,trading Auumrsit.r in thirty cases and not a single box has failed. I believe assortment of Pocket,Knives Pen Knives ana Hunt termine the necessity of these remedies it is only its superior yahn and efficacy, see pamphlets, Cotton Diaper,te-.kS 0

trader tbe name :and style of Damages. $2,000. them to be the very best and moat safe and certain : ing Knifes. Embossed and Silver Note Paper Em. necessary to detect the tenderness of tbe ganglia in I may be obtained of Agents, gratis. _31

.rut 1 }l.AblencCe.itI J JrPHE cure for ague and fever that can be used,and unequalled bowed apd Oilt Envelopes Pine and Extra Superfine anv of ,fbe iutervertebral spaces on either side of the I Prepared and sold by A. B. & D. SANDS, t
defendants and all.otherslnterested arejimX as a tonic restorative in all debilitated Letter and Can Paper. For tale by Collcetosa sale. c
conditions spine. These remedies invariably cure every casein guts, 100 Fulton street corner of William N.Y.
I by notified of the institution of the above suit of the nsfra. E. MYERS. P. A. HAYWARD. the first stages of the diseaseaad a great majority : Soldalaoby LEWISi .Ta.11ah fated in IU brla",1 "ill I *
tit. bt attachment and are required to appear and plead Price $1 per DOT, with fall directions. For sale May 15.1847. 43.NOUce. of those in the last,including tubemila consumptionand fc CATLIN PensacolaF. WHITING.St. the Court House deotia k

l'itt: 14 the declaration filed in this case within the time at Tallahassee, fla. by LEWIS ft. AMES MILES white swellings. Incipient consumption it frequently and by Druggists generally throughout the Ul .ou GI Leo oa th IsIIC Ji

.ITht pke.eTibed b1 law.BERTHELOT NASH, EDWARD BARNARD. and on enquiry will detected by these symptoms evenbefore the Stateav i the foUowinC fopert1.W.. .

t4 a "l It ARCHER. be found, in all the t town and village South and A LLpersoRtindebtedtotbeestateo/JtmesLyneh, cough commences. There is no other remedy for .,..;>er bottle. Sx bottfcs for $5. peJtMseate tiCailWJCfIL
Aibpneyi- (or Plaintiff. West i'M17M1s47-: XI. deceased late .of.Jiarioa Count/ Florida, are the disease U well known to every physieiuf. The OOh 't1 public are'ielpeetruDlteqMtlted 1846). E

'L.Msj' ;[47. 45 31m 42 Cm hereby notified to mak pajtoent to the 'subscriber; remedies are perfectly safe for person of all ages and member that it is Saads':Sanaptnll* that has 310, _ootfwJ p'iis.sali *

A -;'; .-' ---------- lale. I ** I and all those hiviag demands 'agauMt said':tate( condit ioM and require change of diet except that aDd wWatutJ1 sckievingschreprkM0re' the city ITaHilaaM.1''** |

:r .! '" For HGroceries' :; ,j:> will present them to the same, duly aueated.ithia of a greater supply of,food. by the moat.:tdast of diseases tn which the .r e!

il : LIKELY NF/3RQGIRL: Un or (wilretficfl \JUL < SJor1ucnt just.received and for"sal)* Ia) the time required by law, or they will be barred of S.' MILEajASH man frame subject;therefore ask. for Sind A A..J' .
4:; A * rrl1 i ni this Office 'j'I../Ml' v if L. I1.iREENBERfJeCO.', recovtf>. NIEL FERGUSON; A4mr. A11 be Peat Office,Tallahassee F.a.. parilla.and taU no other. ", ,* --. *" Tax Col. lea Lees CIJaIIt'l

; : j Msyjl7 I'l '. ;'Ajtn3/5t7, 'f' ',| 37. .. Crystal Riyr, Bentoa ((., April 7I. 1SI7. Ma! 17. 42 to i S- December 12, 194G. 30 ly 2.!. em. .

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