The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
June 19, 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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|I T.ntm. itjwstke again of .and There were books and evidences WHAT EVERY BOOT IS AFTER. foundered" Usy:?'orae .three. times sue I do- OhemOb, and cries of"dew him," filled the thr tat Urn seed hav* lived Ir day?sad

lit it sink in oblivion ocean i the luxury taste, lying on the rough table What a curious, strange'sort of a world this not think i ty j journey tras retarded more than air.The prisoner was from the gallows tim haw 'taard of taaoy ftUqtea V

I For remembrance increases the pain; the in small centre. A guitar lay xm a bench near is. Did you ever think of it, reader ? just 006 dayty the misfortune,faring in all cases and set liberty. t lady sav. rich land having thrown.their away. e

Abel. wbjmhould we linger in .sorrow which the window, and the bed furniture, on look around you a little-not with your com observed and practiced the above prescription. cd generously offered young take isis Mr. Abbey is inclined to give "taw "all

When its darkness is pasting away dying girl lay, was as soft as the mon, every day business eyes-but wits sober I have known a tendered horse turned in at bima,caflbK -had plead t for hU life I that is cUe b/lhat nasa"am .gtaotM; !

dr seek to encounter to-morrow covering of a dying queen. I was, of course, thoughtful, analyzing eyea-for' every night on green i ibod ; in the morning he she would have, done for her but I received mine D Jn m I

The blast that swept o'er U! to-dy? but startled ; I never heard_of tlese people before ; man, unless bo is sadly deformed, has such would be well LayIng been purged by the Thrilling& and She was the own.daughter -. with the name O the sack: as Swaim,m .
knowing it to be
no uncommon thing for eyes, though he may seldom think of wing green food. All founders must be attendedto of man, "
rich none
Oh! memory's a varying river a cotton planter in and great says genuine f
misanthropes to go in the woods to live and them. Sit down if you have not a' note to immediately. W.. Farmer. of Miupi less name be the Q. .
;And though it may placidly glide die I a young lady much my o Cfer.
I was content to ask no explanations more office for in which wa r.
or an to cases I
pay run close .
the by reiterating the Mastodon
When the sunbeam of joy on it quiver only recompense from try
especially! as the death hour LOVE OF GARDENS. quse loha O
was evidentlynear. we suppose it will be expedient for you to be
It foams when the storms meet its tide. some ladles, that he wear crapa nlantryUmsasmaJ1caIesay.t.CeeiogoshtisofyourcropthetI
moving-wipe the perspiration from you The cultivation of soil is a task imposed upon for McCaron. 1 a .
stir its current to madness
Then not She was a fair child, with masses: of long brow, let the crowd dash on without you, anj man. It is s pleasant task, invigorating I It is the duty planter to test tko

;Forita wrath thou wilt ever t' black hair lying over her pillow. Her eye think (five minutes what they are all about, the frame, presetting health,promoting cheer. From the Vieksbvrg (Miu.) Sentinel. various a.i that o every brought fcnvard but

the morning beams break on tb'I sadness was dark and piercing, and as it met mine, she and yourself among the rest. What is it that fulnessand! contributing to our necessities and MASTODON COTTON.Loo itisisdwyuottogoifaruof; yet

[Ere the sunset forgive and lorget.A started slightly, but smiled and looked up. I makes men get up so early, scheme and dash our comfirts. Those who are unfortunately 1.Miss., Feb. 26, 1847. u a.r apt to do who are sanguine. FrommyI845eaperienceI V

spoke a few words to her father, and turningto about all day, calculate chances, talk smooth, debarred from tie pririledga cultivating thetoil Dear Jenkins tried in 1843
: hour over
HOME IN THE HEART.Oh Having an to
her, asked her if she knew her condition. smile when they would like to stab, stab when i on a large scale, find great enjoyment in before my usual bed not yet spare fourth my crop, had moro seed; had O I

ask not a home in the mansions of pride, : "I know that my Redeemer liveth," said they think it would not be known, sail under raising fruits art! flowers, and laboring on the terials convenient fo tim grafting, I concluded having m. all my a, I would nothave. made?

Where marble shines oat in the pillar and walls; she in a voice as the sweest strain of an JE o- false colors, pull down hills, dire into mountains soil in a garden. It would be difficult to finda fulfil a which was made to a to pate bales per harid, whereas I .

Though the roof be of gold it is brilliantly cold lian. You may imagine that the answor star. meet each other with anxious looks, subject which has been moro frequently friend promi long since. I reminded worthy Bu I beg leave to state what has m occur t

And joy may not be found in its torch-lighted halls. tied me, and with a lew words of like importI and hasty or cold salutations and go to bed jaded treated !I'.f {>oeU and philosphers than the loreofgardcn.s. duty, and of a yet greater a obligation I o ti to me. The worms did not ju injure the

But seek for a bosom all honest and true,, turned from her. A half hour passed, and out to travel the same roads, perform the This was a favorite theme of the the cotton planting article Mastodon as much the
Where lore eooe awakcotd will never depart she spoke in that came deep, richly melodious old Rorn. community, by a a Mei ain ;
; same actions, and transact the same business in potts, and there was more truth in the American Agriculturalist, published in t maturity of ctOJ o -
Turn, turn to that breast l *.t*_Anrn fA it. ...t, voice : In their dreams. What U it that than fiction in tictr in V
again keeps songs praise of Flora New York, by A. B. Allen. The said article Mastodon, planted about the 20th to the 2SUt
And 7"".1t w.J cnere's no home like a home in the Father, I am cold; lie down beside me :" the crowd and mingling and Ponoma. An of r
: always, moving, meeting English author who appears ii from R. Abbey, of Yazoo County, and on April, yielded more cotton than Mexican : f
eut. and the old man lay down by his tiding child, in confused and opposite currents, hot, to have studied the subject thoroughly, '"fastodon Cotton, No. 1." I had probably planted ten days earlier. This is worth f| ]

Oh! link but one spirit that's warmly sincere. and she twined her emaciated arms around his fevcrsh, dissatisfied ? What i is it that inducesmen indulges in the following strain of remark : better havo written for the "Agriculturalist ting. DO

That will heighten your pleasure and solace your care; neck, and murmured"in a dreamy voice, "Dear to spend the bright days of their youth, Lord Bacon appears to have: done more but I could not do so in time. I must, therefore ,. I am, with respect and esteem, yours, ij g j.'
Find a scml yon may trust as the kind, and the just dear father." the strength of their manhood, and-alas that towards encouraging the taste for gardens than beg of you to publish, and send to A. B. M. 'V.' PHILLIP. g V *,

And be sure the wide world holds no treasure so rare. 1\ly child, said the"old man, "doth the it should be so-the weak days of old age in any other writer, and his essay is too well Allen, a well as well as Mr. A. a copy.I P. S. Since writing the abTe, 1. .
Then the frowns of misfortune shadow flood seem deep to thee ? toil and incessant actions. knwn to admit of distinct j'
may our lot, weary quotation. Sir William prefer making :known not enough to plain and remark
** my througha I
The cbee of Nay, father, for my soul is strong. Money that's it reader. The Temple has, however rmak that last
--searing !
tear-drops sorrow may start Seest thou the thither -money many eloquent passagesin paper published in region, bc Bit!: a star never dim sheds a halo for him, shore greater part of the world's machinery is put his writings in one of which be calls gar. know more of Mastodon; and if I am in error, land, the Masfodon on its yielding more than -

I Who can turn for repose to a home in the heart. with I immortal sec it, father, and" its banks are green in motion for the pnrpose getting money dening the inclination of kings, the choice of the error can be corrected ; whereas, were I the richer low ground tht was pla.nte ten i 1

verdure I small, round pieces of gold and silver that philosophers- and tho common favorite of pub. to make them public in New York.. if wron. days previously. When say I scarce. 1 t-
IMJ D90IEl!.. AM! OltD Hcarest thou the voices outs inhabitants1""I shine, and make a pretty noise when dropped lie and private men ; a pleasure of the greatest I might do much injury. n u n--o. ly the seed, I -allude to the rich f :
them, father ; as the voices of an. on a counter, and feel rather comfortable than and the care of the meanest : and, indeed I wrote an article on this subject in December and in 1840. 10\-rd ; 1

From tile island City. gels, falling from afar in the still and solemn otherwise in a man's pocket-when he can an employment and position, for which no, 1845, and sent it to Col. Smyihe, of the To sum upi lau in 1915, the *v .

THE FOREST FUNERAL.I night.time ; and they call me. Her oicc, get them. Yes, money is the thing which man is too high or too low.' Gerado asks his Reformer- ,but it was probably and was not was 'er shor in 18-6 total failure cr; on I

bare been several times on the point of, too*,* Doth father she-Oh, I heard it then" !1" keeps the world awake, and sets it movingand courteous and well-willing readers'Whith- published. A rough draft of tar before me, thin 1845- the crop was better, and if :; ;

writing Iou about Sunday in the forest, but "She speak to thee ? keeps it moving, from January to December er do all men walk for their honest recreation, and I will here give all that the public can paying 12$, would have been a good crop; in

hare each time forgotten my intention, or had Oath rpcaketh she smile in"tones most heavenly. as if it had St. Anthony's Dance. Making but where the earth has most beneficially pain. desire to know.In 184G, considering time of planting, it m i

too much: else to say. There have been ? cold getting, spending, and calculating money ted her face with flourishing colors ? and whatseason the Spring, I think, of 1645, I was selected better than low ground Meiicaa.DEAK .
many angelic smile But a calm arc the worthy objects which employ of the year, more longed for than the to test the merits of the Mastodon seed .
scenes worship in which I hare taken 1
I I 11 or which I hare witnessed. I bare seen part ttieignorant nut I am cold-cold-cold Father, God's glorious creation-the civilized part of spring, whose gentle breath entices forth the and a sack was sent to me by Mr. Abbey. J.-Mr. Farrer, of Carroll county, ;
mist in the .
t worshiper of senseless images, and a room. You'll bo'lonely, it, we mean, of course ; for savages-nothing kindly sweets, and makes them yield their fra. Before it was possible for me to give my experience ba kindly presented me with a sack o his :f
lonely, lonely. Is this death father 2" "
the formal worshippers of the pretended real can show true blindness more strongly--don't grant smells ? Mr. A. was in full blast selling seed. Sugar Loaf Seed"commonly called Pro \

body of The Crucified, present in the bread of "Thank It is death God., my" Mary. think much of money, and they are, as we Sir Villiam Temple says Epicures studied, So soon as I could, and even before sales were lific." Of Cur I am under obligations to :

the Host. Nay,I hare heard the solemn cathedral I in the might suppose, a stupid set of mortals. : cxcerciscd, and taught his philosopohy in his made, I did make out a report ; it was not him,and having from doe inquiry satisfied my. -
stepped out night and stood long Money stretches tho kitchen maid's garden. Milton,we know hours self that the seed were well F
chant, when thousands knelt and prayed, and patience ,passed many puLlihed. but from no fault of mine. worthy o atten.
tad hare heard the miserere in the Solemn wife silently of settler looking arrived at the rushing after river. The and the master's conscience, and puts ; together in his garden at Chalfont ; Cowley plante Mastodon, Gautemala, Lewis' tion, I had made up my mind to buy enough ; i

i Fusion night thrilled through the soul of count. tho Colonel's a soon and then a keen edge on the tamer's axe; makes the poured forth the greatness of his soul in his rural Mexican seed, side by side, on for a trial, and 90 signified to one of the firm
: 'less waiting worshippprs. But I never felt so and left the cabin. lady and her daughter: joiner's hammer click ; puts an edge on thetailor's retreat at Chertsey : and Lord Shaftsbur- similar land, on the same day, with the identical of lleuf Brunor, Morgan & Markbam. I \

near to',God and neaj to Heaven as on the The we Sabbath broke the East. shears, and a long tail upon his bill.- ry wrote his Characteristics' at a delin'hfulspot same preparation. They were all cultivated hao om good authority (to me) that a ,

banks of the rirer on a calm Sunday morning bills before morning reached the over school Money makes the merchant Hand behind< his near Keigate. Pope, in one of his l letters, : alike ; gathered by the same hands ; branch of a stalk had last year 47 perfect ;

when the thousand voices of the forest we'eunited : cm But we Sabbath house counter, and submit to the eternal meanness says, I am in my garden amused< and easy ; ginned on the same gin ; and sold by the same bolls on it, and that it was the ba cotton seen :
again. never came so solemnly of higgling customers cut offa for this is a scene where finds by one of the best a cotton 3t .
in a hymn. Lhere, is a melody in run. before. The service in the schoolhouse ,, ; sample an no disappoint.ment merchant ; with instructions to note private managers crop
morning old woman who perhaps, has a work '-and within the same of marks I ever knew. Another friend me ha ;,
ling water that is never imitated or equalledby I have not to describe for I patch ; neighborhood, and sell on merits of each, as I was aure t
room now, quito half finished and it Thompson gathered 6 bales, I think An.
any artS: and there is strange harmony be. have taken wants to lengthenout anxious to know particularly. I acres.
time and
more space I had ahd unroll a dozen pieces for a Sung the and their I : other that it was the best be saw, it maturing
one season
tween the sounds of running water and rush. idea of. young change. give now a summary, not having time to
i ing wind, and singing birds, and the voices of any As evening approached, a slow and sad saying all the while pleasant things to her; I Beauty and health are attributes of garden. enter into minute detail, and state the price early, and picking easily.I t l'

I the various wood animals,that altogether make procession came through the forest to the lit- who no more thinks of buying, than she doesof ing. In illustration of this wo remember a annexe was that placed on each by a broker; am no intersed.of course,and give these J i.

t up the morning song of the forest when it tie Bchool-house. There with (! dying. Money builds factories, and fills passage from Gervase Markman,thus : Mastodon was afterwards sold for facts becau it may induce a trial. I would ,

I wakes to praise the infinite. the good clergyman his simple rites, them with machinery, and laborers; digs As in the consumption of a delicate woman 8 cents, it being called Mastodon when sold : not plant largely of any seed recommendedby I. 7
performed duty, and canals-it dug from any man, except of the Mexican. But r
How' slowly} and silently the dead leaves Tro went to the grare. It was in the enclosure one Northampton to New the grace other cheek is the mixture of red Mastodon per are 3S7 Iba-gin'd.cUo a 74 $03 this. V
Haven a few years ago, and there it is yet, somuch and white, the wonder of the black and Gkutenula" 74 72 more o subject &soon as a ex
into the eye 42. _. Itt
drop one by one water from the list. two of Col.'s children lie, a orit as anot 411"n..uil"; tJ.q J" .... .ri J_._ u. .u. i '
less branches. Tk branches t i-mselvea lo\"elyapot. The sun wu setting as we entered tCstale Kiltens, al1tl n wnO'ba.tD luml'CU UeauliiuTif f f1t consisl oTsTngle'or simple colors! l; Upon trying on the the nelt yieJdpr of loo seen. ll .'

bend and sway up and down, and back and the grove. on.. ,'-.. *iqn .wa ghort. th. of mortality ; stretches railroads and so in walks or alleys, tho all green, nor cent. in the gin-stand of \V. Gibbs, Pw.Sincerely yours, ,
forth, as if with life ; for it does not seem that They wore hardy men and rough, in sbOOllOgjackets. from State to State ; lilts the lash of tho over. the yellow, cannot be said to be the most beau. presence I PHILLIPS.Jllore ;
all the the
any wind is blowing, but the trees lean over and some with rifles on their shoul seer; bridges the Atlantic ; and scatters whale tiful but the green and yellow, (that is to say, follows weighing, was as ;i

uifto see their own shades: a thousand times ders. But their warm hearts gave beauty to ships from Arctic to Atlantic, seas. It makes the untroade: grasse, and the well knit gray. Mastodon: ) trouble rl Bra.-By the ship 1 ;
repealed in the rippling rirer, and reach their their unshaven faces, as they stood in reverent boys-very much like quails who run from die) being equally mist give the eye both 92} Ibs. of seed cotton gave of Courier from we have the Journel del

arms down towards the glittering surface, as silence by the grave. The river murmuredand the nest before they are free from the shell- lustre and delight bey.nd comparison.' lint 23$ Ibs. ; seed 69 IL or 2-.3 per cent. Commercio to April 24th. On he 13th that t'

if loving and longing to lie in their clear bed. the birds sung, and so we buried her.I jump from the fitting pursuits of childhood, The association gardening with pastoral Gautemala, 92 J Ib cotton, gave of paper publshed on authority from the U. S.'V !
lint 23 Ibs. seed 6 or 30.8 cent.Lewis' .
Some of them have fallen. Yonder is one saw the sun go down from the same spot, into a hard, busy, chaffering life. It makesmen ; poetry was exemplified in Shinestonc's designs ; of per that Brian maiser at Washington had

that has lain for four years, yes, sit yean, to and the stars were bright before I left it : forI walk, and run, and dream, and drive of the Fensowes-as Mr. Whatly, observesa 9211bs. seed cotton gave of lint given flr insult offered to Lt. : V :.

ny knowledge, in the same position ; and cr- have always had an idea that a graveyardwas hard bargains, and, die before their time. perfect picture of his mind simple, elegantand 23j A Ibs.latter; seed trial 63 Ibs rather or 31.7 a betteryield per cent.than Davis, and that Mr. Wise ba in conan i )

ery year at the same tim], I come and sit here the nearest place to heaven.on this earth ; Is not this the case, reader Most\ certan. amiable, and which will always suggesta gave received orders to resume interre V ,
ud watch that long branch swaying backward and with old Sir Thomas Browne, I love to ly it is. Every nan has.some plan for making doubt whether in the scenes which bo form the ono made some two or so months previously the Brazilian Government. On tb 22d, however i ;
but tho had
cotton become seasoned
and forward in the swift current. Once see a church in a graveyard, lor even as we money, and for making it out of his ed, he only realized the pastoral images which cured. the Journel announced tft despatchesfrom

while Willis and i sat here, he saw a mink's pas through the place of graves to the templeof neighbor. Thus the circles in uhich they abound in his songs. The elegant trifler or the Brazilian minister Washington,

bad rite above the water in the eddy below God en earth, so we must pass through the propose to move, cross each other, their plans Horace U'alpole, was enthusiastically fond of Te yield per acre was as follows, in seed having been forwarded to the Emperor, then i :

t fte trunk, and his rifle ball, true to his unerr. grave to the temple of God on high. interfere, and this occasions the jarring, and gardening. One day telling his nurseryman Mastodon: journeying in the provinces, his majesty had .

lag aim, cracked the small skull at this distance confusion, and discord, and beat which we that he would bare flfs trees planted irregularly 1627 Ibs. disproved the conduct of the minister and probably .* : 1 (
and it is not less than a hundred and Achierments of Young Men.-Don John,of everywhere see around us. Money is the ho replied "Yes, sir, 1 understand ; you 1514 Ibs. would recall him. '

IftntYIuda. But it was not on Sunday, and Austria won Lepanto at twcnty.firc,the great main.spring of the world, and keeps all its would have them hung down-somewhat po. Lewis', 154 Ibs. The papers confirm the statement that or. .
lam now speaking of the forest Sabbath. est battle modern times ; had it not been for wheels i in motion. It is the principal object ctical." And my calculations in the firt table are ders hare been given by the Brazilian authorities : .
the bo would from lliis yield and by myjirst which "all vessels found in the 4.
jealousy Phillip, next year of call trl wacomparativcly to capture foreign
We J had one long and weary and somewhat pursuit, notwithstanding men themselves
fair the
nuuccestful expedition last fall. We made have been Emperor of Mauritani.\ Gaston: rational beings. The "All-mighfy A SINGULAR( AND ROMANTIC AFFAIR. as as las. ports of the Empire which are uotofEn. '-
As to the price cotton was sold at, I can ;
when he stood my
de Foix two a In reference to the
was only twenty The Cincinnati Commercial has received V
is &
the whole hunt Dollar" Altars
liar calculation to through everywhere worshipped.
go of only] say, these are tho facts; others may draw whaler Sarah and Esther and the
the Kavcnna. merican
victor Plains ,
on Every one from Bachelor's Bend of most ,
six and reach erected it in and low an account a
lag district in the course of days, arc to every high place
the inference. After the above sale I sent .
remembers Conde and Rocroy at the same affair the truth of which despatching of the U. S. brig Bainbridge to v
and romantic
the river ten miles below our cabin on Saturday place, every green tree and dry tree. strange down
large samples : they were priced 12j}, .
age. Gustavus Adolphus died thirty.eight. attested citizens of that and retake or warn other American vessels not r
so that we might attend church there, or Meek! modest virtue jostled from the world'shighway is by six place,
and I think.
Look bis that wonderful! Dukeof 8! 81, touch the for fear of the fate .
at captains to coast same
; which backed such attestation on ,
other hear preaching in a log school-house, and is obliged to wander in the though by My own conviction as to the Mastodon cot.
when he died.
from a clergyman who once a month visitedthe Weimar, only thirty.s'u fields, or less crowded paths of life. Very challenges credulity itself.Ve., however, -a letter says : .
and after trial
Banier, himsolfj; after all his miracles died at ton I now give you ; two years The Bainbridge had scarcely got
narrative it A
the to o
small settlement. We worked hard during little is thought cultivating the social give as comes us. young o
the week, and we were not sorry at dusk forty-five.( Cortes was a little more than pathies. The intellect is only regarded man from Covington, Ky., named William conducted as fairly as I it a their capable interest of doing and, the harbor'before a co"et w desptcbe ,
when he gazed the golden public may judgp ; i by the authorities of Rio to follow
thirty upon cupa.
downin the comfortable Johnsonarrived at Bachelor's Bend and an
% their
I abide .
los of Mexico. When Maurice of Saxony watch her movements. Quite an unusual excitement r
frame house of Col. who is the owner educated and sharpened principally for that was walking in the woods when ho met a say. of .
; land ,
died at all Europe acknowledgedthe With,me, on capable producing prevailed in Rio in 'I
of thousand of in that immediate thirty-two business while the heart man named McCaron, with whom he had for. consequence
some acres ; always interfering Ibs. of Mexican in a favorable !
500 to 2,000
loss of the captain and profound- it having been reported that the corvette wasordered
The school house in which services greatest if free,is boxed in steel and suffered merely quarrelled about a lady. Mc
vicinity; statesman of the Then there is Nelson up not young year the Mastodbn did not yield in 1845 one. to sink the Bainbridge should she interfere J

were to be, U beautifully situated in a grove age. to speak a word. Such the world is, andditl' Caron f followed him to the river, and in the halite two.thirdzofscrnp in 1846, I
and ; scarcely in behalf of The
Clive but warriors, captured
they arc per. ,
of oaks'on arourtd which the river 4is, 'tis true. of our correspondent and others cbal-
: a point presence it-I think
tho seed that would plant not 100 .
think there not returned shortly
haps you may arc greater things duel. and Bainbridge having though i i
bends and with lulling sound.- lenged him to a accepted,
runs rapidly thanwar. 1 do. I worship the Lord of Hosts. Ibs. of cotton to the acre, and compared with J expected at the time of our sailing, we are 4
Did you ever notice how different the voice of A man without Money.-A man without remarked that ho would be on the ground at Mexican of land and date of planting
achievements of -quality unable further her
But take the most illustrious to give account
a river 'in different ? in is a body without a soul moment desired. any o
passing scenes Up money ; a walking any considered-not of tho -
the gorge above, it is wild, and ranges as if civil prudence. Innocent III, the greatest of death ; a spectre that frightens every one.- McCaron had not anticipated this, but fear. one.fif MeJic mo\ements" I 4F i!

angry with the rocks it meets, and its voice is popes, was John the de despot Medici Christendom cardinal at thirty at His contenance is sorrowful and his conversation ing Johnson, and other words following, he yield.On thin lands, quality capable of yielding .)'o t N.bulletin 5 mrf.Gen. .

like the'voice of a roused warrior. But hereitgoei seven. was a languishing and tedious. Ifho calls up. drew a revolver, and after snapping one cap, about 1,000 to 1,200lbs. of Mexican,the yield La Vega and Midshipman Rodger*.- '
Guiccardina tells baffled with
slowly and sedately by the little oak fifteen, and Frederick us, himself. on an acquaintance, he never finds him at fired tho second ball at his rival. Johnsonfell was in 1845 as above ; but the preparation readers are aware, that Midshipman

school house," as it is called,and would seem his state craft Arragou home ; and ifhe opens his mouth to speak he on his knee, and drawing a pistol, calledon increased the- yield of all, and about as1,8.Ot RODGERS was captured by the Meic.,

to Iing.. If Lwmg itwk *}uat.Itwas lie ther\\'upope robbed him as Leo X of, at his thirty-seven richest ; Lu. is interrupted everyminute, so that he may not the crowd and Heaven witness that he to 1,627, for I think the 1,490 w was the whilst on a reconnoitcring party on shore at I'I'Our :

nearly midnight, of Saturday night, even provinceat have time to finish his discourse which, it is shot McCarron in self-defence, and fired. Mc. yield of Mexican similarly night and that they have threatened to execute

that a messenger came to Col. -, request. thirty.f \'e. Take Ignatus with Loyola brainl.-and John feared, will end in asking for money. He is C. fell just as ha was raising his arm to fire a. Mastodon is about tate. to pick, as a spy. Mr. Rodgers, at the tim
>ng him to go to the cabin of a settler some Wesley, they young avoided like a person infected with disease, gain at Johnson, and died in three minutes.- and about slower in haer being ginned. of his capture, was in undress uifor and 1
when he made his
t&ree'mile. down the river, to see his daughter Ignatius was and only thirty the *' pilgrimage and is regarded as an incuaibcranco to the Jjhnson. : was immediately arrested and placed From my one-quarter experience, I recommend no plan. this fact of itslr exonerates hm fully) (1 i

,a gjrl oT fourteen, who was supposed? to be Pascal wrote work sixteen thegreatest earth. Want wakes him up in tho morningand under; guard. The news spread rapidly, and ter to plant Mastodon on rich land ; and from coming category of spy, eyenJf ;

11 lug. C.L awoke me and asked me wrote Frenchmen a great and died at misery accompanies him to bed at night. during the night a mob collected. This mob the experience of others on thin land, as other circumstances militated against, b :

.. to accompany him, and I consented, taking of thirty- The ladies discover that he is an awkward continued to swell, and at {9 o'clock next morning own, I can recommend only a wel. we believe the only ground for |he chare it .
vkh me a small package. medicines which I seven Ah that fatal thirty-seven, booby, landlords believe he lives upon air, and : broke down tho door of the Sheriff's a shall my it this inclined to that he landed on the enemy's territory .
again being
Jways ;carried la the forest. But I learnedooa reminds of Byron, greater ever that a man, than the a if be wants any thing from a tradesman he is house, and led the prisoner away to a tempo think try that on thin land year with a good the night, which he had an undoubted right -
$ that there was no need of these for her writer. Was it experience guided asked for cash before delivery. rary gallows. fu crop to do, either to
any obta infr
result enemy
one opcning &
when he the may ;
of painted palaceof
pencil Raphael. avantae-it
disease asked for few minutes .
was put cure. Tho victim a reprieve or to make an pen !
and will iicking-will to
Leaving the house, we descended to the Rome ? lie died, too, at thirty-seven. Speedy Cure for a Foundered Horse.-Ai to make a confession of his life. This not waste one pound\, when Mexican will waste at he legally could incur, was death or 1

bank ot the river, and stepped into a canoe Richelieu Well there was secretary of state and at thirty-one.Pitt both soon as you find your horse is ,foundered, was granted and ho spoke ten minutes with 25 thus enabling one with a full crop to save wd in a conflict,or becoming a ordinary .
that are Bolingbroke bleed him in the neck in voice. He defended himself for ; or in
flatfeaed The
Uyia an eddy, and seizing a pole proportion to tLo a choking it. prisoner war, case o at- V
ministers off cricket.
before other leave 1
at one end for a paddle, Col.-pusb.e Grotius in men seventeen greatness of the founder. In extreme cases killing McCaron, and said there was not ama I have before me a letter from EU T.Montgomcrv tempI therefore( to me capu..a spy, U

'1M slight vessel out into the current, and and was great practice at And Ac.quavivaAcquavjva ., you may bleed him so long as bo can stand: present who would no have done the of Madison Co., a practical planter, tidico we are glad t learn \

*. *hot swifUy down. I hare described so attorney.general at twenty-four.of the Jesuits up. Then draw his head up as i is common in same ting under like circumstances. Ho ur. a zealous in our profeuion and of that Gen. L will be held as a hostage i

**BT .'tht scene that I forbear giving you ruled cabinet was general and colonized drenching, and, with a spoon, put, far_back on ged h always been the friend of the gcntema, ; he gives me librllo U for his safety, and will be executed under or. t

t *. Too imagine the teem if you choose, America every before he Europe, his tongue, strong salt, until you get him to poor, and pra"o a good character.This .- |I his data. Dated December 5, den from the Government, in case, violence 1

u I lay ia the bottom, and he used now his But it is needless to was instances.thtrty-scvec.Tho swallow oac pint. Be careful not to let him ,I appeared lttle effect on the mob. I The Mutoo I do not will yield should be done to"Mr. Rogn Underlbesjacircumstances V 1

pale and now his paddle, to guide the bark in heroes is the multiply of drink too much. Then anoint round the At the copclusiott-ol his rrk be looked around [ more coton to the think than tbMexca. we "er probable that f
**e rapids.BW history history youth. edges of his boofit with spirits! of turpentine, upon if there was i any ae yiel in lint I "are found to agree Gen. L will be and will real. i

u a strange child" said the Colonel, Lore is the weapon which omnipotence re. .and your horse will be well in one hour.A a fiend of bis atriong them-if so,step forward. your trial la year-23 Ibs*to the,100; I ly exertions ob the release i

4'her-&tfc r j fc M ttrange man. They liveethakseinthebaakofthe served to conquer rebel man, when all the founder pervades every part cf the system was a pause,then a confusIon among and ittookme23 minutes gin it, (t1 of Mix Kodgers._ V ; .

K river. They rest had failed. Reason be parries ; fears of a horse. The Beam arrests it from the the assembly, end a young lady made her 100 Ibs.) .I.also tried my Mexican Prases whk John Q. Adams,upheld
came ben blood the salt arcsts it from his stomach and the crowd and fell at the prison whl.h
three through .
yean ago,and no one knows he answers blow to blow ; future interesthe, way samo way. Itayieldwas3Olbs.andIgInneditin17mInute the)' the Chinese to allow
*heBci or wtj. He baa tDOMl' a.od u m meets with present pleasure ; but love, that bowels ; and the spirits of turpentine arrests er's feet. .. Its yield i one* then i to.srougzle opium, makiag Uten',

; ;' ., Tfcj child has been wasting away sun, against whose melting beams winter it from the feet and limbs.'I She raised herself/and tae to the mo millions for the aD the .

w a ypar pa*. | ha.-e. wvn faT oileD aDd cannot stand, that soft subduing slumber. oo .eJ'odo a hired horse nin ty.nine miles begged of them to spare done December 24th. 1843. A pre greatly pay shocked expram Taylor. .

;'aeeenod._ IiIecI with a IDIU1"eUou'lintellecl..if' slumber, -which wrestles down the giarit, i in- two days, returning him at night the second had been a witeul the'rat T on October ( bgave23.2S.and3Q4iacit ud Scott, t th I 0 Dcofrws V

-1.L ---"' .rect. and she there is not one human being in a million day ; and his owner weuld not bare known end, and th&tlohnson wuo: b.- Upon rereQnto"!Farm find tMH od b w .
....a be that he "Gentlemen she concluded I b of .lb fel t ciW.4 l.
the onIysope.of her" whose clay heart ts hanlenedagaind lore! ;_ bal been foundered if I had not told jnercj it per cwt!W t short of 39 lhC.M'L "Mr.
.Lsvs: readied the h*. ci the settler lou hire, and his founder was one of the deepest upon him *paVe him for"ray ak ior, h;$ 0-i.i.atisb e*epftdly selected a4s.- c nlw forIIiV1o .

.R l5f&* near, and catered it revereatly.w EpiphforDrBrais1rch.HCre lies one kind., ma in bltJe'."' She fainted,and, w veil d' 'ydn seaSS lhci fore t tba bal.* PierL" c"Y "
fscene I ence In" a trrl of hundred miles ." V. ceiling pervaded the irea ', s rainy of the
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Ji ; Irom V*M O.Merevry: i1tA lilt.MEXtcOsF1UENDSINTllEUN STATES.. T.AMERICAN the JHdUt ?"ft.J CE : FROM.From VERA tie.JT.CRUZ. : O* l.8. EWz.Pm. THE "PlOKtBMBT. .: e- i view, I pstcb.seis It .pr.uetd yw' w .." ..Jj*

The popular: pulse beats high not more on The U. 8, steamship New&de Capt. c.uarqi.eCanN.Zia..WestatedlUt. I h. "
9U; : After all that ha been ad! and written inJUtI&tIOfl -" "
of the Mexican there account of the valor of our countrymen upon Wright arrived to day from Vet Crux, which LET 1. AX.ONB. wed:,In the summary of the newt.brought bytheHiberoia : *. ofeosshantcstises .

present war, the field of battle, than 'their mag. place the left on the 1st ,Brcios on the that the American basque Carmelita. D. \
left free
number of in the Taylor ,
still Uni. 10 1847.
are a large persons nanimity and kindness ((with exception ofa 4tb inst.. :: Saturday, June bound for a French port,and loaded with coffee,had i cunion jlonterey t Wwt
ted States will not a who stub. beyond the
we ,
say few of for bitter N. Orleans detained Ibr the arri. Mexican and carried
cases personal vengeance Te w been captured by a privateer
bornly! persist in condemning the war as en.. wrongs) to their vanquished foes. While the val British courier from.Ihe. Capital, in Fourth of July. into Barcelona It teems that she has been r.le. New Leon.should he fee occasionthe t.-r.
$ : entire of of the Secretary add: ..U this, bow ,
FL tirely unjustifiable.The history At and ,
t4 of that a respectable meeting
the truth the .
Mexican soldiers generallytnurderedand plun. order to ascertain report Damero An English paper,the PImwb Herald,publishes ..
1 : 'i Mexican aggressions, the Injurih and insults the that citizens at the Capitol for the par your Jant.HID not, thmQ'"w i
of brave had circulated received
dered, even their our men, ben by bdynt.rdy a letter written from the spot, and by a
I :. A12 which we hare borne from them for years, cob driven of Puebla POM of arrangements for the celebntionof a"t er.o tb AdminiatnUo
on the of all who Gen. ha ben out makin merchant of Plyaontbwhlch states that the Span .
I while carrying on a lawful commerce with contrr loss the the fourth of Jolj,S. SIBLEV w called to hi *in the dre1C o St s4 TpZ
threw arms;and relieved the wants with the men, courier broughta s ish authorities at Barcelona would not riz her
them under the guaranty of a treaty of"amity the Chair, and Gxoacc H. appointed Nueva are Fo froa hS
of their even in the heat'ofthe fight. full) condiction of the :a that ,and ordered her cncre. hy..
,:. or ;.. ,commerce and navigation treaty which won rpor. c.e' csptnr .u legal releu extract that beau left to act be.dcnt J
. L ,Illinois in a Gen. W. was tranquil nolet. Srety. .. The circumstance created the interest I Ptian
tut. Niles' et
I : : the Mexicans made use of to draw large numbers beautiful leter to the New yonteer Post, Gen. Scott had not rabt.Pebla but The following committee was appointed to cnferwith here: for, j if snch marauding is to get Del No potitbe or were given aim tflTiacv i

t .t,, 'j of our unfortunate and honest citizens: describes the following interesting incidents of was between that place Pere. committees appinte bj the Tallahassee Gar would be nfe. The authorities took up th beyond the tl of Monterey-ki*inst/tedm .

:4. ;:. into their territories that they might plunder the battle of Buena Vista : We learn with-pleasure Major Gaines, and Lion Rifeen mater with spirit; and,after due examination, discretionary only. But the ol b fi&ifarnj-

: : them of their Their repeated violation Branch R. J. W. Argyle, ). the privateer ai a pirate-snd.oCourse, knowledge of the country, 1
:1 property. t I have seen the young American volun. Borland. Cassius Clay Midshipman Rodgr L 08 Hayard. Bn the American vessel be restored to her captain 0 enemy,,and

'L ; : of treaties, their shameful excuses and teer, when balls were flying around him, kneel and all the other American prisoners, ben Byrd, Lermus, Beeu. to his voyage.wi learn there are three other disposition of the people sufficient to indue q a

:1 Ei! : delays in the performance of their promises, beside a wounded Mexican and let him drink released, and were at libertj in the city. On motion the Chairman and Secretary were added, craft pursue in this neighborhood with similar cmmi take the responsibility,and lh cDO ef I

u:0; : all these, with a certain class of men in thisI out of his canteen. On the morning of the ,Santa Anna had gone to the and to tb committee.The sions. Te United Sate .ho1 station ma mining that rfuibitYlr. matters tittorj-

I I 1 "'pt. :t country. avail nothing, and are declared to be twenty-fourth, when Santa Anna had retired had resigned all his military capit. The committees meet this evening I at 3 o' ish war authorities on coast behaved to well shp affair.The"Span. I They wmador mot bn1lat pajw o!iaC!

=t ..t'. justification whatever of the present wtfr. fourteen miles to Agua Nueva, our men in enemy were engagei in the the necessary arrangements, which will hereaftfr ., very I tryV annals. In none of Ibe
fortifying mae Barcelona,under ft
J ; ::1.: They ven deny in toto the whole of the above great scattered themselves over the Rio Frio actualJ be made known. The privateer was fitted out at a be 1 protest against the CON of the Admiairv
t. 'f.. numbr IHerrra Mexican commission, with one eight poun
...i. charges against Mexico, and insanely declare field. shooting of some wounded horses had been elected President and the gn. a tion." I this is so, upon what can Geoml
Te the
; The ol 280 privateer cn
I barque was
I .tJ. the present war without a solitary justification. caused to reach the ears of General in favor was said Treaty with Mexico. Taylor protest ? For the life of we can

f :'!I 1' .: .... I, For the present we shall only name two of Wool that report our soldiers were putting to death Cleryer make ofpeee.a public I declaration Several newspapers have surmised that the present 4: tons. The N. Y. Journal of Commercesuggests Will he object that the Administration 0. d who the Jamestown of war sent to
: / the in the United States sloop
} ; ." leading journals the enemy's wounded, who lay in great num. to that effect. risit of Mr. Trist to Mexico has something to do b out the successful attack on Vera .

I -:J ,\. are engaged in this mad opposition to the pre. bers on all parts of the field. The generaldespatched Wo saw a letter by the l last arrival, from with a treaty of peace with that unfortunate coun. the Mediterranean to look after these the Mexican Carmelitawas pri. out consultation with him? No-for ia cf e f h*
L National and theI to that ,
wU-tAe Intelligencer According paper
vateers. W
.. his aid, Mr. to ascertain an officer in Gen. Scott's army, and whose .try. A correspondent of the New York Courier and tiatory steps of that movement Gen.Taylor
McDoweJ was
able and first
of the most and not Bangor as
.. Boston Alias, two powerful owned in Newburyport
..; the facts,' who by tell situation was highly favorabli for obtaining I Enquirer insists that he has with him one already and only consulted,but advised that,
:; : in oijrcoutryjoumals for which abe insured in London for 1 tketray tndcr
..../11' we have journals always entertained the highest respect ing him what Gen. Wool ha hear. You correct information, which sad: peace would'i prepared by the Secretary of State,which with the reprte;. was was owned in Bremen by a 80.WbO him would b placed in danger by th wha&awa)

can see what they arc doing, officer, shortly be made. co-operation of Gen.Scott is to b offered to Mexico cargo prty a portion of bis command, he expedition "nut o
; : but which since the commencement of Barcelona,the portto which ,
I J :I .... the present war, have absolutely run mad and Capt. Gibson, of Indiana, pointing to our men, : "'f regret extremely to lean that sickness (or her the meantime"says that formcrpatntreideat the vessel was taken by her captor. for the present, b* either Dcrxaarv oa AiAno*.

-:.: who in all directions were seen giving bread I prevailed to great extent at Vera Cruz.- correspondent 1' if negotiations should fail, General in r* Will he find fault with it
: .1: : disgraced themselves by the weak trifling, and n Since the above was in type we learn that lb wt4
.' and water to the Mexican wounded. Such There were 49 deaths the day"of the departure &t is collecting, under eider* from the War Department th of some ot his troops 1 We have
we may say insane course which they have Pre ideut has orders directing. the steamship rODide
: : s noble and magnanimous conduct makes me of the New Orleans, and 1500 or 1800 minute information as regards the internal iud the Mediterranean vfcjectluu how .. vrw.tiltnfCAJrGen.Tl1.
t J' pursued. Princeton to proceed at once to |
.;' .,. proud of the American character and of tht were in the Hospital, these, however, included resources of Mexico with a view to the establishment I protest agiJ 1 Nothing notkmg, ***.
':1 :;. : These journals, for the purpose of sustain. in of the privateer and to guard our flag from c
..i '.. : land of my birth." the wounded and other those that had of an effect ire system of collecting large sums quest Taylor kow. ,and the federalists know it
": i-:. ing the position which they have assumed, that insult by any other vessels. n
..: defending Mexico, have denied the plainest But we have also high Mexican authority to I been sent from Cerro Gordo. by every practicable method of taxation directlyand well-meaning whig editors, i nie wO

,r' i:, .:. and best established facts, both in reference prove the humanity and kindness of our gallant The Telegraph with troops from the Brazos indirectly embracing all occupations businessand General Taylor Protest. not be out of the order of nature, are ma tti

::. volunteers. It is a most intere>ting reportof was going in the New Orleans came property except the churches and their appendage dupes of the designing and m scar-
; a
i '; :: : : to the immediate cause of the war, and the The Sentinelt yt-" the public wishes to see that ic0lbl
.. Dr. Vander Lindon, who served Scott considers the tered frow etc extreme of
Surgeon Gen. present proposals to .br.
";:. r ,, conduct of the Mexicans in their intercourse a out.The letter formal protest against the course of the administration th
General to the Mexican army at Buena Vista news, on the whole, we think, i is favor. for peace more moderate and reasonable ; and, if i The idle and bap-hazard oproD of these art*
with the itV written Gen. the ot
t" us previous to war. Strange as by on eve
'f. 'f. and again at Cerro Gordo. We extract from able regards or at least of a in are caught and
as peace Mexico should obstinately persist rejecting negotiations mongers up given .Uto
:: ; :: may appear to all acquainted with the plain the battle of Buena Vista" Surelyour cotemporary imp
f his report, which we find in the Picayune, a sition on the part of the enemy, to you must expect to see him enforcing the, men who know what little reliance to as pi* _
: f and undeniable facts, the Boston Atlas, of the Cannot believe that Gen. Taylor hat been guilty of
r touching anecdote, illustrating as well his own the terms bbould be admissible. most rigid exactions and the heaviest contributions I ced upon them. They are made the victims Uwir
'. 15th instant denies that the entire in the
:tI ;. positively of such great folly ? What, a
,. firmness and sense of professional duty the termination of hostilities." prpertinganc own zeal, and Gen. Taylor in such
to compel a speedy
.. of the claims of the United a
: amount just Coirespouilenee of the Chfrltto7 CouJf. name common sense, has that General to protestagainst bud.ln
prompt humanity of our ofcer and men : This be true or it may not. But the last number cry"save me (rom my friends." i ,
: Mexico is much Teir
-. against
J as
.( -S 8600,000 the ,' WASHINGTON, June 8. ? Does not the Sentinel know that Gen. T.
r .. ..... denies that Mexico has been enemy turning the Cerro the Democratic Review alerts, with an apparent forces him into an attitude he ha never
,' t same journal of the amount of with which Gordo, few wounded could reach my hospital I is nearly time to hear something of the of air of authority, the terms upon which the, consented to diversion of a portion of his regla that of'hostility to the Admini.tntio I
: we
injury force before the administration finally
.. : and besides rockets fell of the overtures for made to upon
two new
as rongreve peace States would be tiling to make a with We have taken the trouble to throw
: peace
her. We believe the
'1:1 ; charge says Unite the attack Vera Ciuz? the editor has read tOe.
Mr. Trist and General Scott. on
: one close to tent and the other in the Mexico, through I
my parkof Mexico. They are summed follows : thoughts, (too extended, we admit,
t "I that Mexico has received thousand fold up a 11
t r" : a he be dl
artillery, which was only at the distance ofa There u no doubt that these overtures are polished correspondence to into les that
. !;; deeper injuries from than have .As to the cession of the territory demanded of b brought space) we mig&t! gis
: us we ever re.ceired -
: .I-: withdrawal of these
is the
pistol shot} but fortunately without favorable to Mexico, and liberal on our claim this. Then very troops
bursting, very the Mexican, the Administration not it to the of
wi .. strength expression an opinion
i" from her!I" The Atlas devotes
.:/ f-. -.. =<:. a long I concluded to avoid this danger, and to go part. Though, as Mr. Buchanan has recent. a a forfeit. but offer to pay for it, a to acquire it sufficient to draw from Gen. Taylor a protest" a- ( the instant we saw the statement w.i.Cea.Taylor's W.
: article of than column the defence
:: t.; more a to purcha.e. We want a clear title to it, and the which would most not have ore a
by probably
..! nearer to tho rearguard of our forces. Accordingly ly declared, no one, out of the secret diplomat. gainst an act the
: of Mexico and if it had been written the federalpapeis. It'a shag.
f. by Administration considers purchase the best of proet"i
; very
but bit
consummated ( consent?
instructions own
I transported hospital higher ic bureau, knows the. been or previous .
my camp
t ..ti.' editor of El Republicano himself it could not all titles.The. bear-a humbng Roorback-gottea p
:' : up on the public road, a distance of about given to Mr. Trist and General Scott, yet it of the war we will not claim from We can see no reason in such a course. But what of t
expenses frightening
! 1' have been Mexican. in its purpose nursery-children tb*
::' more thoroughly six hundred hut that the terms he against 1 The order to march from wi
yards to n fronting the com.missiriat conjectured proposed require the Mexicans; and the indemnity which she OWe can protest" idea of something "tin
I i J. 't. cbaract r. general, where, at that moment, several only cession California and New Mexicoto our citizens, will be assumed by the Government of Corpus' Christ! to the Rio Grade 1 Why he adit absolutely Ihokn i.
; The talent and of the Atlas is course of the Admini.tratio" Gen.Tijkr.
{ ability undoubted the United States. We shall then claim
no tonr
'f.i.., wounded arrived, and them the the United States, without indeminificationfor money that very movement will appear from the follow
; among
e' ; but when in the face of the most of Mexico in any shape and are willing to accept But Gl T. hat never written any eucprotessuthis
sergeant of artillery, Antonio Hustos, whoso spoliations upon our citizens, or for the ex. land in of our demands. ing extract of a letter written t the Secretary of .
undeniable facts, facts that have become a payment just friends for the Presidency take from bin
i pore left had been carried off of the war and provide for the the 'be ceded sold War, dated Corpus Christ i, October 4th, e
;.''"JZ. tot by a 4.pound pense ; paJ'ment I As to territory to or to us by 185
: tion of the history of the times to wisdom and prudence by asserting that
.. permanent we ball. our cavalry was extended on the of a considerable sum to Mexico in com. Mexico, we are of opinion that it will not comprise u Corpus Christi is helhy. eiy.upplie and, cam .
that journal thus the Mexican has. The Sentinel does not positively assert
r. see defending chore than Upper California and New Mexico and, well situated hold
public road the brigade of infantry of Dr. pensation for the Wo thus obsrvtion COUN
., t :. ;;; nation, it Is difficult to believe that some la. ; territory cede. that our Government ,,i not insist, as a conditionof the Rio Grande from Matamoros to Laredo-being a- such is Ibe case,but in hi* attempt to evade the

'r.. : mentable insanity has not seized upon it. After : Ortega was descending at a rapid pace, so thatit put n very high value on proposed acquisition peace, on the rigt way across the Isthmus of bout 150 miles from several points on the river. I force of our citation (from the correspondent between .
I .: '' was with extreme I could reach California and New Mexico-at least
./ -:. of mOlt patient endurance of Mexi. difficulty Tehuantepec; rther make this a subject for have reason to bleye. moreover, that a salutary that General and the War
.. i; c :: years tho house with my medicine chest. Dr. Do. eighty millions of dollars. subsequent friendly negotiations between the two moral effect has upon the Mexicans. Dmea
can insults and injuries, even to our disgrace lo the that
mingucz, who came with this force, reported The Mexican Government in 1830, offer sister Rpubli.." Their traders are continually carrying home the convey impression sh.: doJt
, :...; -after enduring the unlawful seizure, by Mexico of and and been written by Gen T., and the Administntka
himself me and I detained him to assist in ed to to an individual 60,000 In reference to these terms. the Courier's correspondent news our position increasing numbr.
I- : .:, of our property, the violation of the per. the sl square ,cited above : are confessedly 11 struck by the spectacle a large .iruppresses4 it. But suppose that such a prefect
Bustos. says
'..; t : sonal of citizens the in. performing amputation on 'We Upper Califoria embracing of well appointed and disciplined troops accompanied -
:i' liberty our repeated camp has been made-what has it to do with the eoms-
made the and the St. Francisco with exclusive .These terms are so much more moderate than
'."." necessary arrangements for the amputation rey bay by perfect security to their persons and
t : suits of our flag in Mexican and asked for ? is .
ports, injuries by Mexico,that whenever they are pondence by not a"a.terialparrofit -
in the entry of the house, Drs. Tarbe right of navigation and fishing, for two were anticipated property, instead of the impressment and pillage to Conge I
: -; that other nation has endured it is believed that the voice of
: no
ever quietly popular the in it
: promulgated which subject in their own For *
... and Verde hundred thousand they are a Sntinel.
holding the patient and Dominguoz dollars, and release froma countr. dol
be clamorous for Unless, theMexicans
before, we are told by the.editors of the Bos. 1 peace. these reasons our position thus far has, ,been forts to save itself says. The u
: :'h: 1"..:. ton Atlas, that the United States have injured and Rhadcneira assisting me. I had commenced debt of one million. California is of no val. are more besotted than" Hottentots or Esquimaux the best possible; but now that the entire force will document could not have been known ter to Congreast J

.'l.: :". Mexico "a thousand fold" more than she has cutting the flesh of the patient when ue to Mexico, for the country will never again we mst have peace. soon be concentnte. it may well be a questionwhet the Administiation at the time the
'''' a shower of balls coming from the woods in come under her dominion.. The latest advie from Mexico encourage the hope her vie\s government will be best carried cor
l. injured the United Slates, and that wo have made. The election of 11cr.rita out by our at this point. It is with* was called for, and not being
the that nbnc
4 rear of the house and passing through its So favorably are the now proposed peace "i soon b remaining 1. f
t j .uaiu'Lr-un1uxiarI ter deference that I make suggestion on topics is the
lution not suppressed" by
fhIM. .... hq will to the Presidency is a favorable omen and we a GveenTe
tQiMfI'rnhat *
; in the m. &heman > .. which b. matter **gcti tion
abominable eotn
: i samo defence of the \nnk ff d.J may delt. ;
per. --r-.thE federal!**..striving to upon the
kt and a child of years wounded Mr. Benton, in a letter dated ., deliberations of the Mexican but if in question of i
i: / fidious Mexicans, and there are many other po.sitively Cabinet. -__ --J-. -l:_ tne Kio Grande an ultimatum cuntr the spawnings t>f their
in the kitchen v o pr1cb
.b. ,; :'t' journals, of less calibre, however, in the coun. of tho house. The balls fol declines doing a candidate for the I cannot doubt that the settlement will be a realities) when they make such

f1: ,.- 4 try, employed in the same unholy cause.- lowed in every direction. Our cavalry con. Presidency. The now stand on the subject General Seott and the Regulars.The greatly facilitated and hastened by our taking possession their hasty to injure the dlntO ti I

; : Mexico has, in sober truth, more powerful. tinued tho descent with impunity while our slavery, a taken by Mr. Calhoun for the Sentinel says we have made a shallow attempt, at once of one or two suitable points on or neglect to I za keep probability Adlo in view, lien-j

..' .. \ fenders of her cause here, in our very midst, horses, tied to the posts of the entry, attractedthe slaveholding States, will, he says, break up, to throw the responsibility of del aching a portion of quite station near should that be river.displayed Our strength in a and state not of prep fore their need matter-a of astos.ishment -
". attention and the balls of the But the democratic and divide Gen.Taylor's force upon Gen.Scott. Now we madeno mane b inconistence. b
'f 4; than in Mexico itself! for there arc no advo. enemy. party, parties by go- mistaken. However salutary may be the effect pro to any one. v

:"1; cates of her cause, in Mexico, as able as the honor would not permit U to abandon the ser. ogrpicallne.. such attempt-certainly we had no such design.. duce upon the border people by our presence here,

r above mentioned prints. We would advise geant, whose amputation was only half finish leter appears this morning from Ex-Pres- We merely gave a synopsis of the correspondence u ae too far fro frontier to impress the government Arrival ofJVobihty.-The steamahp Hibernii Won

l.'i"i. ; the editors of the National Intelligencer and ed, although our death appeared inevitable, ident Tyler explaining his agency in the an. between the War Department and Gen. Taylor and by force of of arms Mexico if with our rtadint'lmndicate ovr Me to the country -, her passenger list the names of qit a lost r

. 17"tfl.. Boston Atlas to pack up their types, and take bat a Divine Providence saved us. nexation Texas. He claims the credit ofthe the letter of instructions to Gen. Scott. We left the at far at the J nue.a. English and French nobility on a ,it this c

$j' chip for Mexico as fast as possible. Mexico I continued attending to the various stagesof sole and unaided initiation of the act.He .- public to draw its own conclusions,though we could We give the extract in full,'that the whole advice try. The Baltimore Sun says of them and their vii:

: is at the present moment in great want of help, the amputation in the midst t of balls and the directed Mr. Upshur to enter upon tho negotiation not help thinking at the time that if Gen. S. bad received may b understood. Our government ordered the .We notice the nainesofbord Dunham.the Caqat

:'.ff't.:*! : and we think we are fully warranted in pre. cry of the enemy, and at last finished an operation in consequence of tho authentic intonation no other instructions than those contained in movement in the same spirit in which Gen. Taylor and EBrace.Countess. of Montholon Cott ef Elgin,utj

' : r turning that they would hail the advent of such which appeared to me to have lasted that other nations were exerting an the letter of the Secretary of War of the 2 November a.ise it-that the questions of difference between Elgin, Ly Alice of female. Ly and.a ,L
;t-I: I able editors! and defenders as a most extraor. an age. The serenity and resignation of my influence in Texas unfavorable to the South. the responsibility of withdrawing the regulars us might b.facilitated" in their settlement," not servants. I the distinguished fren iter b.t

: t dinary if not miraculous god-send. They companions in this crisis were admirable, and Mr. Tyler's object is to vindicate himselffrom restedwith him. That letter did not embarrass by war, but by negotiation. He cannot,then,"protest men and women possessed of the nobility

:: would only have to change their titles to El are above description. All remained around the charge of having beertBnfluenced by Gen. Scott with any 1 definite and positive initruc- I against the course of the Administration" that greatly a well a of station with, we doubt not that they wfflfci,
.. ,' { Alias and El Gacetero, and the Mexicans the patient, attending to the par of the operation stockholders and land owners. tions," but left him free to prosecute his operations o step. Does he '*protest against" the battles of the if they should be merely our cant and pl J

:;.. .: "v 'uld be animated with new courage. The which fell to their in the midst of Great sensation has been created, not only I a his judent. under a full view of all the cir 8th and 9th of May? Why the Mexicans attacked fashions, who figure in the Queen' oI

;: Mexican clergy would strip their churches to the whistling of balls and the cries of death ; in Baltimore, but here, by the death of James dictate." The Sentinel thinks it him in a position of his own selection,and to which we may look for their: speedy return,heartily drafted r

, I-9; :. pay them for their services, and shed their and when wo rose, looking to Heaven with O. Law, late MaJor of Baltimore, very sud marvellous indeed that the Administrstiondid not he had advised the Administration to order him.- the with Brother millions Jonathat of and his great granary

; last blood to defend! them. The editors, too, gratitude for our salvation, a we thought, anew denly ofkhip fever. He took the disease while interfere to prevent the withdrawal Taylor's for Surely he will not find fault with the Government starving Montholon Er"Count

I'-"d'!; would doubtless breathe more freely than they peril came to dismay us. A number ofvolunteers administering to the comforts of the large Ce.By no means. The Department had just des for not furnishing him with more troops with which quirer, to the French i A by th Richmond &sai-

do here, and gain in tbo defence of their be. presented themselves in front of our number of emigrants recently landed on the I patched Gen. S. without 1 definite and positive'in- to fight those battles, for he will recollect that he return with b his consul for that city,

-oi t. ( loved Mexicans both much gold and glory.- entry, and, seeing our unifon cried, I Deathto wharves in Baltimore. i structions," and you certainly would not have had had ample authority from the War Department to native land. family from a prolonged visitlo.

:, i i.-, We might then be certain, too, that the war the Mexican ofcer and presented their the President to" interfere"with leryfirtt order cal upon the adjoining States for volunteers,in case

;; ..: would never end, so long at least as their brother guns to our hreast. do not know what sen. The Result of the Election.-The first dec. made by that General ? Why it would have afforded of threatening danger, which he subsequently did.- Post Office Movement.-Major R. S Hobbi,
lion .
under the Constitution
timent has been held
in the
Mexicans could defend a foot of inspired mo resolution which I new for federal abuse of the Administration fora the General Post Office ba been& -
ground mater true, said about the want of
something was
, took but I rushed and tho result is that the whole Democratic I a Datnt.
to muzzles
: of their rifle
: for them to write on ; for if their powerful long time to come ; and i the attack on Vera Crux ponton train but then neither Generals Taylor patched on a mission to European Governments -
or dfent
-I showed them hand ticket is elected, the New York Globe.
If' : D- : support at this distance tends so much to pro. my ,dripping with blood, (says ) had failed for want of the regulars, no doubt the Worth (the latter of whom left the on'account connected with the establishment efi
!long the war how much more powerful would and holding a piece of the mutilated leg, cried, This goes to establish still further the grand charge would have been that the any great office exten&fthrough
and important fret, that when the and rai.e Prf.ident of a question of rank, but hurried back from Washington inernationa post
it be El Respect humanity or a hospital of ; we < rights Gen.
I were Alias and El Gacetero in active blo I seat Sot to Vera Cruz with the design of tacrifieing soon as he heard of hostilities,previously civilized world The arrangement
are words interests of our citizens are at stake, they re. I a e
{:t' ,I operation. on Mexican soil, and in the ver surgeons My a magic in and hint. I won't do, gentlemen. The truthis asserting it his opinion however, that there signed to be effected, will permit Ihe transsusM *
effect. In an instant an officer whose nameI pose safety confidence in the principlesand a
5 ; midst of the Mexican too You of letter
people 7 glaring. summoned the correspondence a to point directed, whether in
hate since doctrines of the \ould no di.turbanc.) an attack. or any E
; ; learned be Pion Republican b anticpate
to between --
1\ The. stepped party. -
other the witness
Mexicanjournals in the United to stand and it don't what or Asia, or in this
& prove you asserted such train would have been hand.- upon payment B
We have a at
4Y I the volunteers and ourselves, raised made a clean We have e. probably count.
States wift sweep.
excuse us for not mentioning theiinames it would when you called (or it, don't sneak Will he ,"then, the declaration postage either here abrod. is a minion
their guns with his sword, and these men animated lected every candidate who was regularly protest against of I "
r. !I Mexicanos; Put- we can assure them that L ,by victor thirsting to avenge the loss nominated, from the Judge of the Court of out of it like whipt school-boys), by saying .the war? That was an act of Congress,and performed, thy the age w live in, and if met by eorrapoi-*

: will duly down appreciate their services, of their genera), mortally wounded, I have Appeals down to the School and In. most material part is yet suppressed." Besides, too,with extraordinary unanimity the preamble sol ding apprehension of the good that will ft ft*

never lay their arms 1 long as such since, a Trstee. do'l 'forget the fact that feenlleter.writer asserted emnly declaring that existed its success, by the Governments to which Maj.) Bobbie
: powerful advocates defend learned, became from that moment our spectors. The Free Academy ticket has al! war I b the act of
them. at the tine it was bruited abroad that Gen. Scott i is tend to closer union bet***
friends been Mexico. But he, with drete
I It our protectors. While these events 1 carried by a large majority.We can any of reason, wi

,. ;t Fashion and wer passing in my hut, which will never be are onaUc to give the full returns of the was going to Mexico, or after he was ordered to go I protest against the course of the Administration"as the nation of earth, in interests and purposs.On .
t I of Pa8.tge.Te Baltimorecorrespondent erased from my memory, our" ring had ceased different Wards, a many of then did not complete 0 we do not recollect which that Gen. Taylor was being tardy in forwarding him men and money with : The report that Jefferson had'
Union has of the On. Di
; the in the redoubts, finding them. their canvass ; but enough isascertain.ed tire command and was anxious that Gen. which to carry on operations up to the battle Mon appointed by Governor of
Ihe Mississippi a
.; I I last following between account of the race on Tuesday selves trop the public surrendered to know that the Democratic party has been S. should b sent to the seat of war,either t relieve terey ? This would be folly. It li notorious that of the State t. *in Jesse S
two these celebrated animals road him Unite place
: or capitulated ; those on the the Ccrro eminently successful. or take charge of operations in other parts of tbe I.con the AdmIabtraironn ofCongrcM i aD .Tb r* W> o..(.el .1 SJ -

""o race between the celebrated mare Gordo retired through tho slop and the enemy There could have been a more beautiful the enemy's territory. Nobody believed this at the in this was too rapid for the stomachs of yet. n. -

I no time rept _ _ _
. Fashion and Passenger, yesterday afternoon, remained master.of all our positions and compliment paid by the people of New York to -not even the leter.writef themselves-but some; 1 prompt and vigorous indeed, 3 to ex.

, ;:) e 1 over IDA Canton course, was one of the serer.I of an irAmcnse material. the Democratic Judicial candidates,than their such were the assertions; and if their favorite General tort from the English press expressions of admiration To th Editor of the Floridian :

: I esfcontsts ever bad in this city in tho sport, .. The volunteers oftbe enemy commenced election to the bench by the people.' It prove committed a well-nigh fatal error in the first or. at the readiness manieti in all parts of our country It seems to belong to the **

: I log line ; and when they meet again, I have bringing, without distinction, their own and I that the majority of our.citizens have an abi. der which emanated from himit itunworthy a man of to second the efforts of the Administration and of ever believe the duet t

: no doubt that Passenger will be the favorite our wounded, and we dressed their wounds ding regard for Democratic candidates and ,r the first grain of independence to seek to throw tb Gen. Taylor. Neither can k e protest"" !thai the desirable U greatest at a d g '
:4 : with thel" knowing ones." The course the responsibility of that error one who had in ad- country f'
I w according to dictates humanity and our Democratic principles.Mr. i upon course of Ihe Admo..tration" placed him in positions Texas, Mexico and California

.. i. i in excellent order, both horses in prime con. instructions. We performed various amputations AfcKeon,the candidate: for District At. vance declared his intent tn not to 1 control his operations ,subsequent to the battle of Monterey" which' most in fashion and the decided ar *.

dition, a&d bets making in faror Fashion at on some real giants, which succeeded In I torney, who was made the object of bitter at. by definite and positive instructions, but his army to the probable hazard disaster," I day. Thousands in their f\

i.41'' the rate/often to one. They started off in gaining their govi to such an extent that tac by certain indh'iduas has been elected leave him to prosecute them I his judgment, under exp possessed information in this regard be i and variety, are surrenderiar Iir **dl .
: fine after a Passen l full view of all the circtmutancet,should dictate." :. davy C
; severe conte.t they refused that could bo useful to large yond the reach of the War. Department, and hence foci and of health and *
t ger The w& us or our wounded. y Gen. S. committed a blunder in ordering the regulirs on the 13th May, 1846, the Secretary of War wrote excellence w f*
bll rendered the third heat of A Challenge.M M We the ; to join him at Vera Cruz, he and ,some !
aYlefand "Although two their own surgeons had: challenge produc. nobly gloriously to Gen. T. for information as to his future operations, far from and fcc ***

Thelltrted very fair and arrived, the body which I have the honor to (tion of a particle evidence going t show retrieved it in the reduction of that city an from which the following it an extract: is away quiet in pleasant ,t

kep !, throughout the heat- command bad the satisfaction of seeing that that any diplomtis any nation,any man, even upon the heights of Cerro Gordo. He stands acquitted .It is an of much interest to the exemplified after a striking mur I

jus pronouncng it a dead heat."- o from their number was chosen one member Texas henl ; assumed the position that 'aI bad design in that .order. His letterto ment to b'put in possession of your views u govern to your pursuit that pleasure and' 1n1h. S\ ;

. The ator ho'eTr, were almost 'u. to assist in some grave even in that of she extended to the Rio Grandpreviaus to the Gen.Taylor,a extract frqm which we publishedlast future opraion. The advantage and 1M crows go a thousand t
.. ,, nanimousin pronouncing Passenger the win. Gen. Shields', who bad cass traversed by a capture of Santanna In 1838, and the treaty week, is written in familiar style,and no doubt nt pct in8 further into the Sulphur Spra and db

d j ner by ,about haf: a head. So great \,. grape shot." hen made by him with the Government of Tex. breathes'the honest sentiments of a brave and cbivalric i Muo t "o pod/y tatitfattorily ascertained places of .J. w. '

the indignation felt at the dclio of the judg. I in which it was stipolated. that toe Rio heart. Wt would Dot taint the name of that o you. W0 i. Y jp. a"d overlook and neglect the best "

: es,tat two thirds of the bt were now drawn. A good 'one.-The Eastern Argus says- Gre the bounds:g_between the gallant soldier, albeit guilty of some indiscvetionstoeU .t ftttt.%o theporitiont neeeuary to Its security in their immediate vicinity. Tfc*> _fM
induced excellent aad
. .however, were agajn brought up When the brave and gallant Capt. Walker, 1utre.-Nalr % them by no harsher name,while in command in Te department has not the reui.ite Information to are by the OC'but 8&X. |

. for a for heat, to decide the race. They who has s distinguished himself in the Mexican The Challenge Accepted.Ve accept the Florida with 1 foul a ,ulieon I the federal press enale :determination answer this quetioD. mutt leave i hitherto neglected Wait*SoJpior
your to Newport, In WakullaCoaarWS
. t : strain again and both the animals seemed to batLea was on a visit to Washington cb'aen e, and quote the following 0 from Mr. have charged upon Chief Magistrate of this i acc rdanct vith your arl. tJllt dl ld experienced in the last two F** the?
reach .
every nerve to the "
: wioniag.p city, .eTerl ml\th. ago, Daniel Webster letter: great Confederacy-ra suspicion of a crime of more "Here is confidence the and w
worthy restoring qaaliue
ci ln. They; however, kept side asked him : Well, Capain when do you The United States acquired title to Tex. damning character t than atacht to the sacrifice of and of General Adinisrto neri ska &
Taylor. He and waters. For -
close of the heat when Fashion was on spot
started think we will have To which'the I the French o t.
s as, extending as at the
. p a -ttJdNo IJier Ja knew best; and, therefore was the best judge of matic affections I
off and won the by less than half dUpepsi dbi
bra length. heroic Walker when ( rie
replied : you whig Rio Grdel) by a- by a despot, O the massacre of A his own Ihe'23d .
operations. on October.
Many of those were thus declared winner*, learn to act Wee and "o relinquisheof b o Newor8ngcnDbiD
ceded and
men svptyrtpitr that title to I by an Egyptian He U ArD
tlry. Tel Noo. **
Spin T. who had
t eI. however, refused t take the money, IiI i That was scorcher. This is not the time of J816 which'the soldier, Uurpr. hiC. Secretary ( replied -
deeming treaty by try's
,, (he nation's ;
: fairly. won the )beat. .D o ( \ to the asked above) (hat,from the t the I improTame&t of the Newport
j.4 Passenger that Capula Walker Mexican. the qaHioD
buslsyed a nhtilutedfor The
( the gratajtoos.We.
) again. the for, be. made fljrT .tf. R d No Ri o entirely received,"U wHI Ml taft to proceed bo andtheywinUarapJyTepaatttfind
Grande .
western l h.
met wJ 't ) as our deeped uflylp vindicate "
bn" the Afoiautrt-: Montere7witb a view of holding pleanre aad advaatag Bi'omy.
The was & 45- ; 5. 51- 0fcPascenger :V The U. 8.fHpMtc ieaiB. ladtitwith ThercrJ Can the tion from 'fi.g'a permanent

has been purchased b11Jo Hel tnffs, contributed by thi.citizens oTNew Will it Acknowledge WA deaythiprof- to make their whig own calumnies, an we lore eu. readers position. *:i.' leriout doubu art .' Mr.DanleJLadfoflJemost .

John M. Bottr. :i York an others has sailed fbrIre1and.1 itaf eontuioD. without any mlt'anl,1cl you .'1"1 to extend active of .<
Nashville Union. a. y a.
tance from .
: us i* hare '
I united
o T. I.teid, abundant, beyond 1Mat' yeii hate reached and i t : t t"

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,., _. **H frnfcF'BMr'* 1 i is g iMn.imj t lJet'Jri : Wegrouod hath very' -weI.hacWOdto.V: .berstietd: to & $' ke'asaae.Dy .Jir1J'RT UNE. : "- -, -

f b ill Wean natqe mod Bastleep it;"ws i; ..e SeMngyonda. virtue eta 'iIt'et feeis*. & : M arrs.ct ia .Ne .
t' ; JfM Newport 01& the begeneroos, bat:we matt be-j We eA1 oera1I8D18' ,own tfefitee**to"be snsincS 1). tbaacrt>ses.rtho Cweoit.C Orleans by which he will'keep codstsatly : : : .
_ d excellent bridge cashes oflWaecicait cC a good'wtpply flour,Bacon of ;-
in the face of the whig and of the world that .they can be safely treated far pablishii Count ol a f
\ Two&wefl coottracted bat Henry Hrnwuw JExecetot TbeopUtos *; rkieb t lash cases e if.Utc:.trttt.. .
ioveslaro gad Sfriop.erected oe for Ladies en:1uaiftll. we gave Mexico any cause ibr ,war: it wa ,their characters to the world with that f fowardness tale it paiat1.and Wesley Ma quality, ad In be sold l loir rml M any i I. 1 eWs. tfs

\ aDd the declared bjr her Brigand Chiefs, as a privatspeculation which is their chief element ; but to Henry J.GsddMh defendant,I These wkfcinf orders Siledla New Ones Car Hn sad*1aida
Boater is fight fchd pure iopjweopioci. o sad will ,before tbe to, be ba* Sfest wbo it bit ;'piTeha4
fk affected bl and founded on which did heaven forbid that the spinsters should ever upon, poe ro salt ate a la v u
r The of the Springs river. are They never are situated! at not exist. We have almost begged peace en take to the same outward neutrality. With Howe d ID.the next city,o Ta1U 12.J1.a tbe .' r the and who a wUl t eii not tM* CeVtoo& > e
Aa Jo .
Je am
the mind awTreserve of f o *
I of the wood and immediatel our knees, and we most now conquer It. their habitual delicacy lowiD deb property,to the United clsanertbon any laq ,

the edfe pine which when opered manner,dress becomes a symbolical language, i. 13 hip2, Rnp 2. ] Pa o Ue -Tn.ILa A ACOrrA. eaDesyflI i ,
, adjoining a fine ]hammock, down THE POISONING CASE IN SHELBY COUNTY, -a kind of personal glossary,-a specs NEJ.NEJ. ," 2. Ga.; .Nnuti,E. Fla. ?
som -
and made amobth by cutting TEXAS. 24, 2, 2, 1 ,
.tbe study of which it SI.NEI. I Snla 945; d
\ few tries and clearing off the under.growtb, Of this case so fiendish in its conceptionso S of body phrenology,- ct.ViU Hone N1NWI, .". 24, 2, 2. $ Dbl. Oin, do. with at)late tacrote
I most delightful place to prom would be madness to ntgl ; W |. S W l. IS. 2, 3. met. Extra KOXM and Broke*raaU had at
. r nz'b4 made connected a with a garden and the diabolical in its execution, and so mourn comb says that he can tell the humor a won NW4,- ?c 19, 2, .. I mete rate*. O. Gin tvpaning Gins

made. and of this climat fully fatal in its results we bare the following an is in by the colour of her hood. We go N W l.$w i,W .,19, 2. 3, pleasste dif to VANCE Jt BURNS

rich ahd odorous sh/ubbcry and 1 It, further particulars from Mr. Stille, who wastbe farther, and mantain that, to a proficient the containing,5more or lew. May 2-2.1S47. 44'. U fit. Mary'*.Ca
most become most inviting. first to inform tbe public of the tragic oc about with Lie propr of said def '
walks a
! Hotel science, every woman fieri (adu. DR. J.
to satisfy
contemplation to erect a large on to 11d. REES
is in currence through the Delta. Many at the ad. o
which her qualities are .
leading A. FISHER
the nnd placard, on ,
, a beautiful elevation near to Springs, time doubted its truth for it was hard to con vertised.-Quarterly Retieie. June 19. 1S47. 48 LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE

to construct a neat range cabins or cottage ceive how man could be so totally de of feeble constitutions sod these of
of tbe Act of Congress,entitled I An .
to suit the convenience families. It is aboi prated, to lost to all the feeling of nature and Going to Lave. Two Dutchmen, whobui t Quincy Male ahd Fee pnrsusnce to establish I town at St.M.arkin Florida," JL denta habits, are often trbl.with habits

six miles from Newport to the Light-bouse,and humanity, as to perpetrate on innocent and and used in common a small bridge over lillie THE wi be a raation .ntl the 2d day of March, 1S33..!. JAME I c *tiyn"which often eSr'* vevj unfavorable

- a goo4 road is extended between the two places victims such wholesale murder stream which ran through their farm, bad co the first .io which .President the United States of influence upon their general be1h.wbicb i* partic-
. unsuspecting .if totaj I lose
is the the: May. The second session daily by irregularity Do
River manrtf'
hard East whic declare and make known, that a publi o
orer a ground ; Yet it is about it tbo concerning certain repains condition of the this
true too true bearing dispute
a >n the 19th of July net, and close o the will be held at tbe Land Office at Tallahasse<, inpetite. system
only stream in the way, and a good bridge it dues all the malignant and frightful feature were required;one of them objected to paing, December. An extensive Philosophical and : State of Florida for the disposal of tbe an- icle is confidently rmmne with the ajvuraaca

will be thrown over it. of the first account. Old Wilkinson, it would the expenses of two or three planks. Fimll, cal \ppantw. together with a large and lots in said toW of St. Marks,con- :hat, if the dote properly ..*u a* D la

Families, who hsre conveyances, will find now seem from Mr. Stillc's letter, is the demon be i agrieved party went to a neighboring, :lection of Minerals for illustration in on Monday, the 4th day of October nexl nose the tofeela to a.yerlef. nay be relied

the distance a pleasant drive, and can enjoy incarnate who did the deed-this is circumstantially lawyer and placing ten dollars in his hat: jfoloej- and Mineralogy afford the student : upon without any o from"e the In t eon
1 The nee superior adnntae. numbered two, three, four, six, seven,sigh eeef resulting U o common purga*
. salt bath and fine fish conveniently. se evident from the fact of his sanding said 'I will give you all dish moneys if pu Abe and efcelt are employe eleven, twelve, fourteen,fifteen, sixteen,eigb meiciD usually, resorted: to.

I air and the ride will be of essential benefit I to so goodly share of the poisoned meats will make Hans justice mit the bridge. departments,and every esrfion nineteen,twenty, h1Enty.two"twenty-hre. Prnn to BlO Cholie nay reT o the

: ; invalids.; Mr. Daughtery keeps a good 110.o. Spot Sanders whom he deemed his enemy, How much will it cost to repair tm to render the institution worthy the r,twet,-six,twenty-severf.twenty preventive properties o medicine by it o .

tel and is constantly improving his accommc or at least whose enemy he was. But the) bridge 7' asked the honest counccllor of tbe patrna of rates the oublic.tuition For text books particulars,&c.,,& ,tblrty-n thiry-two.thlry.four,thirt-fve. t tbe some first intimation constitutions of app: C attk. Te

I( lions. He is attentive, and kind and obliging are now in hot pursuit of him, and should they; determined litigant. n!boar may b t had to the printed .. -. ,tbiry, forty-four- igbt,,tbirty.nine.forty-six, torty-eigbt.forty, fiftj. ar Billions Fever almost every fall; t. ueh the.0

The citizens of Tallahassee would consul corns up with him, they will wish that 'Well, den, not more as five tollar,' repiie ropy of which may be had bv application to fifty-two, fifty-four fifty-five, fifty-six, fit- ti medicine i i. recommended, beginning t o

, their health and convenience by extendinj, "-the slave had forty thousand lives the Dutchment. (criber. N. H. STEWART, ,.txtytwo, lsty.thr.Isty-for.aixt.ix, y middle of May or first of Joa .

. their patronage to these Springs.A One is too poor, too weak for their revenge!" 'Very well,'said the lawyer, pocketing on" Quincy,June 12, 1S47.- 47 .. n. sixty-eight!, seventy-four, Yety.fn. Those whose a cense digestive of organ weight are feeble oppression often ez.erience
1 seventy-eight, HY fl1e. an
VISITOR TO TH* NEWPORT SPRINGS. of the notes and handing him the other- of Shower nty.n.n ] iboot the stomach thi*jndi.
. BAYOU SARA, MAY 231847. : New Style -' ',eighty-seven eightY- ninety nine- afer eUn.wi A
visit lake this, and go and get the bridge repaire; had the Tin ,ninety-two,ninety-six ninety-eight,ninetj- :ine afford alt rl .
r MOXTICXIXO. FU.. June 15, 1647.Ed DEAR -I returned from a flying tc b at Manufactory Ladies confinement 'ofte-\
it is the best course can take. CAN and such I one one hundred and two, one ban near n&fo I
and learned you every hunre
Hamilton some mormparticulars Den' prn
a such
We ask thrt yesterday, heartburn costiveness: to
Floridian : permission, and and four, one human .ad
I Dutchman hot thre
the slowly insure hunre
Yass said have to during
without theeastdangersndwilhgratbenefit.
, of the in relation to the poisoning-fifteen hundred ligblyveeoinnsend.du it can be used
call tbe attention publito x.onehundred sevenone ,
your paper, to better dan to quarrel mit Hans i' Jui.e 12. 184!. 47 aeigt loaickor Aenr.
at this place. 'Ve arc dead, and some eight or ten are expectec more ad and ten,one hundred and eleven
the Jefferson Academy,
to but as he went along home, he shook bis and twelve, hundred and fourteen, one bur ins headache it i. iDYluale. i
, of this to die daily-some better but took a relapse one .
of the students got
examination Notce.ALL article will as a pleasant eor.iial
attended This
an unable after all, quitNearly hundred and sixteen, hut b ron ae
bead if and fifteen one one '
frequently, as
., institution on the 11th inst., and confess tha and died. The poison was arsenic. I 1 persons having im'against the and eighteen, one hundred and nineteen, on and tonic restoring appetite, and at the
. with will relate tho circumstance as I heard it : to see now he had gained anythin, Potter,late of U'ashinq hundred tame time fulfilling every intention that the common .
better pleased thin and twenty, one twenty-twc
we were never any of by going to law. will them to the an rartrative are intended to effect. Rii purely 9tf, .
It that old Wilkinson was a man ] Clue. present 5uhcribr and twenty-three and
of the kind. The students answered prompt appears liw, hundre hundro according to the directions.
: by they stable,and.when used
, J Iy and correctly and solved some of the most bad character-a notorious thief-and Morris A Pastoral Charge.-A fine baby abot and those p.rlrib to said estate 0 will b one hundred and t ,toether. rill be found invaluable article,esp4>cialr to tb !
of the named
. difficult propositions in Algebra and Geometry., the groom had been twice whipped in Mississippi wo months old, was found in New York on to the subscriber. \all the by the portions donation of following ten acres, made to,Jot ifBicted with : speiaDnment of the ,

with,the utmost ease and facility, while it was for negro stealing. Wilkinson was ac. Sunday evening, in St. James'church, Jameitreet. NATHANIEL. MILLER. Railroad Company,viz : numbem or General Debility. :
cused stealing the hogs of Spot Sanders, and of its frock wa June 12, 1' 17. 47 2m sixty, Lt., Prepared by Doctor J. Reese,Griffin. Pike county,
, perfectly evident to All that there was no collusion Pinned on the breast ffy-nine. seventy-one seventy- at' .f=
. and fact, you will perceive from what follows, how he he note seventy-three eighty-two. eighty-five, and Georgia,and (or sale by appointment
between preceptor pupil-in following :- NoticeS BARNARD. Jr's., 4 .
the principal teacher requested that the examtners revenged himself. He sent to the house of To the Rev. Mr. Smith, pastor: of St HEREBY given that George RUM, offering| of the abovementioned lots E Dru*Store,Tallahanee.

would endeavor to puzzle the students i Mr. Sanders who lives some two or three Fames' church, N. Y.-Rev. Father, I am i a [ heir of the estate of James K. Russ, Ute : on tho day appointed,and proceed wi b< DANIEL LADD, Newurt, I
! alf attempts at this, however, failed, the students miles from him, and who was not at the time poor woman, and I am not able to support m;} County of Jackson, in the State of Florida order in which they are advertised, with al .fontclo., I't

t invariably coming out victorious. friendly, a half a shoat, one turkey, three bud, or I would not part with it. This child las' this day,by his attorney filed his petition dispatch,until the whole shall have been HARDY BRYAN. ,
ha Judge of the Probate Court of the said and the sale thus But the sale shal
, This institution is nowunder the auspice; chickens, some chicken pie, butter, pound lame is Mary Ann : she was baptised in St f"r a distribution of said estate; and that kept open longer tha co, weeks, and no pri Agent (o Thomas county,Georgia. .

= of MR. Huxr and Miss POTTER, both of, enough to last the family a week, Peter's church, Barclay street, N. Y." months from the date of this notice be will entry to any lot will be admitted,until after the May 22. li-n. 44'l l .

I whom are eminently qualified to rill and adorn all poisoned, even to the butter, which was of hav. an order for a distribution. of the two weeks. ibr Sale. !
I A country gentleman was boasting n. F. DE under hand at the City Jersey Wa :
. The board of Trusts elegantly moulded. The family eat of it- :i my \3htngon
the station they occupy been educated at two colleges. You reo for twenty-first day of May, JERSEY Apply to :
three -children and ng Attorney : FR SALE'
Mrs. Sanders
t were so well satisfied with the efforts of negro mind me," said an aged divined, of a cal June 12, 1847. 47 3m eight hundred and forty-seven. Two 15,187. I 1.
dead-the other, and only child left, -
that unanimously boy are
, the 'teachers aod students, they sucked What was the con By the President:
, adopte tbe following, among other, was dying when I was at your friend Kerr's. 1"two asked cows.the third Why, Deaf and Dub AsylumOF J.UIE K. POLK. Just Received. .;
Mr. Sanders and seven negroes are yet sick equence KENTUCKY. M. YOUNG, SACRED HARPS :
. resolutions : i sir the old gentleman, gravel, the General Land 500 COPIE : ..
replied very Commissioner
will die. Poor Mrs. S.did ,
it is Harmony '
1 44 Resolved, Tbat, the thanks of the board be -some thought that he a THE subscriber a the resident agent of Ofce.NOTICE
that her children dead the consequence was was very for sale,in tract, 100 Harmonbt. .
HUNT not know were or 1. IntitutionoITers
C. ,
WM. principal
I tendered to ME. hit Marshall.
, and,Miss M. A. POTTKE, assistant teacher oft dying, and told her husband to rear them great calf. ____ or t"1 LAND ta tritpurcha situated'in T.the about county of < pursuance to provisions cf the Ac of Con Headleys Napoleon Lecture, complete in two volume! : t

this Academy for the able and satisfactory in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. 0 B I T U A R Y. State ol Florida. Also, the Right to Lat : approved 2d March, 1833, the An Ac. Anthon's Jacob's Greek Rne '
have discharged their She requested, when dying, that her negroes imited tent. a town at St. Mark.Forida. Reg Frost's America Speaker,no. Interpreter. I 1
. manner in whifch they Died in this city on the ISth inst., of CongCllth'efever e and Receiver of the ,
. duties, and for the vast improvements apparent should come and bid her fare\ve1l-tbey ,Mrs. MARY JANE McKEWEN wife of Satn The above land were elected at an ear1 ; be required,prior to the day of sale,to ancertai Carmine Hardware Paper,.fcc., for Inelbelnk.. i
all Mr. San. an experiencedjudge,and :arc believed j >
could not, being poisoned. b which bar
, in the students. uel McKewen a native of Baltimore, in the SStl value of any improvements may April PA. HAYWARD. i
ti that notwithstanding the Jers' mother, an old lady of seventy, was a he finest in the county. made" on the lots designated in this proclama. 10,197. 3
, regret say, y'ar of her age. C. 1. DUPO "and the sal t
Allen lost purchaser Notice.
also. )
Haley a man- respectively
negro .
moral and learned employ rnt ) D. .1.
' diligent, preceptors rThe Baltimore will please copy. Jig l which there such improvement!
lot are
( papers upon
this it has not received that he man's wife was one of the servants at the Quincy, June 12. 1S47. I months after date, the undersigned Execute
t ed in Academy, than the owner in addition to SI tChare
_ patronage to tvjricn it is justly entitled. We wedding, and took him a piece of the pound &J- THE friends; of WILLIAM H. ANDREW; S. F. BURNEY sum to be paid to thereflhal Sate be, and here the deceased last will,late and of Leon testament Countywill of Benjamin present J

_ trust that in future we may have no reason to I ::ake-he eat two mouth's full, and not liking sspectfully announce him as a suitable candidatefor ., required to pay to the the improve and Yoacherto the Hon. Judge of Pro-

_ complain-thatthc people Jefferson county, i he taste of it, eat no more-yet that killed the office of Sheriff of Jefferson County Kla., atthe a just Received per Schr. TaUhu .,the value of them as thUac.ranl; and I i if bate acuts of Leon County, and make application for let i J
bim. An old the Edens made New Orleans, (really and not therefor shall not upon day on ion Executor aforesaid. .1
their attention and efforts lady name that pUcDy ers of dis a
, at least may direct election in October next believing no oneiJ the same was purchased,the lot shall be Executor.
agin CHA1RES. g'J
r for In e benefit pf this institution. That theyare he cakes, and she was poisoned, together with i more deserving the office than he, or more worthy now opening, at public sale on the net day of sale an Leon County. JOSH, Cm r'
but ler son and girl-the girl is dead, and Ginghams ;Swiss Mualin, shall not be capable of becoming 3
. a patriotic people no one can deny, negro the suffrage of the voters of Jefferson. PLAID 'Irish Linen, person
. that they have wofully neglected their Acade. her son not expected to recover. The butter May 15, 1847. MANY VOTERS. Jatieste !/Mosquito.Netting. sale of Provided that or of, That any other if lot lot offered at that and Ice Cream Freezers. f
_ my is equally fundeniable.. That they may hat was left at Sanders' was thrown out and ilk &. white do. >Black Silk Fillet off on the: last day of the public tle.8 ofere not fT'OR SALE at the Tiw Snap Ice Cream Freezers.L '

, retain the former and amend tho latter, is the tome fowls eat of it and died in a few minutes. ecoud round of Quarterly Meetings for Mourning Moilins,
. sincere desire of S. Ulen Haley and his mother were the only lahassee District. TaJ-1 I tinted MoiD l\ domestis. upon paying to the United States, the sum at t be Geezer wooden in, te le ,

I persons at the wedding not poisoned. They Troupville Circuit, at TnmpTille June 5 ascertained
1 fYom &eV. J': Globe,Id inst. ame late, after the guests were served, and Tallahassee Tallahassee, 12-13. 1 hhds. Hams, bbls. No. 2 ) Jf&H ".the previously nt.

1 A TREATY OF PEACE. eat with the family, partaking of the same Hamlilton V Blue Sink 26-27.. :i Ban. Side. : 19 tG.d" of Congress aforesaid, the minimum Notice.1lXnonthsafterdatetheunderaignedAthiniz.. f
3 4.Thoznasville .
Madison Pine Grove July thec
: The mission;;of Mr. Trist to Mexico, where. food they did-even to the cakf. Old Wilkin.on Spring Hill, 10-11. i Sh'lders, 20 bbls.sup'r. fine I lot is fixed at twenty-five dollars, t
Crushed, Loaf.and N Cone, late of Co
it U supposed that in conjunction with Gen. insisted on cutting a fresh cake for them, Leon "., Springfield, 17-13.Monticello 3 10 1 kfg leaf" Lrd Sugar. of each out lot.RICHARD at twenty-five M. YOUNG.dollars per acre. umbia J trator County oi Daniel, East Florida, de. his final t f
(i Scott, he bears the, terms of peace, has crea. but they refused to partake of it. and escaped Flat woods. 24-25.. June 12, 1S47. 47 the General Office. I' iccount and voucher to the Judge o Probate-for
leath their refusal. The that made May 15, IEs-l7. P. P. SMITH, P. E.flThe Coinn Ln and ask for a
! i ted a favorable i expression among capitalists, by lady I 46 Columbia County, dishargeVILLA "
Sentinel will : 18-1.
i (if we are judge from the advance in Gov. ho cakes, Mrs. Edens, went on the morning copy. Bacon Hams. \ Adm'r.Blount's i. j
S. BOND 45 6m"
ernment securities\ ) that there is now a pros. }d f the wedding day to look at the cakes, in -- Horse for Sale. CASKS Sug-cure Hams,just r DR. J. I I Ferry, E F..lty 2.18-1. '

terminating hostilities. We neverthe. he smoke house, where she had put them, LLOYD & his professional services to the citizen I
t pect 4'i A GOOD harness HORSE that i* perfectly June 12, 1917. 47 of Tallahassee and the surrounding country. l Notc.
t less have our doubts and misgivings: on the and found that the covering sho had put on 3 sound and gnod size. for sail at Col. Fisher's Hotel. SIX months after dte. present my accounts :

subject, arising firom the well known charactef bo top of them was removed from all the .low Apply to J. R. FORTUNE. Fou. 29. 1847. 45 tf vouchers to Hon. A. McDnald. Judge '. f
akes but that covered with custard Juneiy, 1S47. 4S of Probate in and for the County Maisn. and
of those people.' With any other Poweron : one, was a r) Cf BBLS. St. just rt'Criye
Four for Sale. Administrator .
for a* I
earth-with the Turks or Seminoles, wean )ie__they looked dark and discolored, and she Blacksmithing,Horse-shoeing. 00 sale by Lad situate apply John W.a discharge of said County o,th d eate :
Lake Jackson
took loaf which she and June 12, 1847. 47 4t I sell my FARM en Richarn lte .
always come to terms ; but the Mexicans, some sugar, grated nine miles north Tallahassee. This f.r S. B. ;

as a people, ;are *ui gencris. There is so put over them, thinking it strange that they THE undersized has made arrangements to earn Whiskey. abut* near one thousand acres, seven hundred of Madison County May 15.1847. 43 6mExecutor's

much false prate, and indomitable obstinacy were so disarranged. Old Wilkinson and the BLACKSMITH'S BUSINESS in all itlbranchf'S. is cleared, and is now in a fine state for cnlti- -
for sale Notice.
of character-*such ignorance and perverseness his wife, and Morris' wife, were arrested and lie has paid particular attention to Horse 'o BARREL Whiskey LLOYD by having been in fallow for two ,years. Fo .
1 Sanders who shoeing, and feels confident that he ran give satisfaction & of soil I am satisfied it is not surpassed b;! person who have any demands against the
and brutality-such unconquerable ha. examined before Squire comnitted to any who may favor him with their work I June 12, 1S47. 47 4t upland farm in the Southern country. When i it ALL of George E. Weaver deceased, will I .' :

tred and ,.uclconstant; hope of final success, them to prison. Charles Alexander in i this respect. Hi* shop is in the rear of the CityHotel it was laid off with circular horizonta l rlea present them without delay to
tailed tbe and Wilkinson taken ,and the Livery Stable of Messrs. Mil.ler !. Groceries cere and will CHAS.M.WELLSand .
under every rpverse, that they have no policy women, was adjoins ., h consequently washed, nov .
that looks to peace ; and that their whole are out by a writ habeas corpus before the Pro. & Brokaw. His prices will be very liberal andhe rUST received and for sale by LLOYD & as Corn, Cotton or Slu. as it dk S. R. MALLORY.Executor !
I respectfully solicits a share of public patronage. I 1 bbls. No. I Mackerel: first Two yean past, an ex. *. .
my and its chiefs; live on plunder,either on the bate Judge, Lester, and set at liberty. He HENRY B. FITTS. Scotch Herring. cere.on twenty-five acres. which had Key West. April 10. 1947. 8
lCbose 3
I enemy or their own people. General Scott vas afraid to leave the house during the day, June 19.1947. 49 St 12 English dairy Cheese fourteen a Cotton crops and two of Corn, 1

may enter the. city of Mexico without opposi. &I there were persons determined on killing Sulkey for Sale. 10 ,.. Champaigne Cider, with the most indifferent preparation made one< Mastodon Cotton See

tkm. The Congress, ifit escapes, or the Go\ lim. During the night he escaped on Moris' 2 Maccaroni, pounds per acre. An average crops of ;a I f\ BUSHELS genuine Seed,.fo 91 '* :
that is made in the best manner by Wood, Port and Maderia Wines. of Cotton to the acre baa always, been mad< 10
does horse which Morris to him.-
retires from the capital, sot brought ONE perbuehel.
ernment, & Co., of New York. Set on one I Ispring June 12, 1847. 47 4t n tbe season suited the cultivation. I is wet St. !
avoid But Congressand Sight persons are in pursuit of him, who have which it BICHE LL"EEGE
negotiation. suppose with a spring perch attached. causes to the culture of-Indian Corn, its !'
the acting President remain at their posts ; worn to kill him on sight. Morris is Wil.inson's to> ride with perfect ease. Apply to I More New G. to the Lake affords the finest ran for ps- April 10, 191. 3 '

then come Negotiations, at which we are no agent-he was ordered to leave, orhe June 19, 1547. 43 J. R. FORTUNE. FUST received from New kind My terms are one-third purcha : BBL For, 2 casks Ha I: 1
bo 1 to be on the firrt of January next, and 25 1 M Shoulder*.
match for the cunning and duplicity of the would first whipped and then hung.- FLAGG, pad cb Sd I
lIe refused to and we therefore ex- Upper Suwannee Spring. Prints, Denhams.1 balance in annual instalments- from that date, Just (o sale by .
Mexicans. go may who may wish to mil the Upper Su Marino ; French 8 interest of 6 per cent. March 13,1847. 3 LLOYD 4. FLAGG. .
Don Onisiovershadowed John Quincy Ad. pect that he will be made short work of. PERSONS Spring, can do so now with perfect safe Cause Strip. \ Apron and a JOHN S SHEPARD.

am, admittesd to be an able man, and he car. I wrote you in my last that the negroes ty', a, the Spring is in splendid order,and visitor { Checks, &&. 9, 18n. 45 8 Ice-House. f

ried off Texas from us. Wo have no doubt were suspected having been hired to poison coming in from all parts of the country daily. \m.pie June 12, 1817. 47 Notice. TiE Ice-Hos will be opened every morning t
Such is the the accommodations for all. from 8 to 6|o'clock,where
that the first!!overture will l>e met with a renewal he food. not case, as negroes ecete
FRANCIS A. HUSON, Proprietor. Groceries. demands against the estate or I
Family LL ice be had poond at J.
to Wil. persons having : can per ; R :
all not belonging a
of the former demand: withdraw yourdrlJllI were poisoned, they Upper Spring June 19, 1S47. 4S 4w received direct fronxNew Orleans : Esther Jory.1te of Jefferson County, de- Forun's tore,after that hour, at 5 per Ib

from Mexico and your squadron before tinson. rUST i schr. White Wing ,will they must present them are issued and sold at hi*store f I l. It'Tckts
our fortt and then" tre trtH negotiate." That At the l last accounts the pursuers were but Two Horse Barouch for Sale. 6 Cub per clear Bacon Side, the undersigned duly authenticated, within the T ic. .

proposition Is out of the question, and they a few miles behind Wilkinson-beaded bj THE subscriber has a light roomy BAROUCH (i it 2 Shoulders, prescribed by law, or this notice will b plead N. B. The Ice-Hous will be opened every Satur
made Mr. Castleberry who was one of the poison.ed quite broad) that he will sell low. 2 Hams. I of their recovery. dy' evening at 6| o'clock for the accommodation .( 1 '
still it will be again.-
know it but Sen.,
; June lit. 1847. 43 J. R. FORTUNE. 15 Keg Lard tbo wishing it on the Sabbath. It keep wel ia :
Oar terms, jt( is true which are infinitely more and lost bis sister; he swore he would follow 2 JIbE La ., 20!, IS 17. 45 2m Executor. a blanket, and the loss I over night i* very f

favorable ttyaa we should offer under all circumstancea him to tbe end of the work), being benton Notice. 2 Hhds. Brown Sugar. April 24.1847. 40

may make an impression. We taking his life. I have seen some of the persons having demands against the estate of 1 Bbl. Dried Beef, For Charleston. Shoes and Leather

_+ t' .urr.ntbrnfallthe.lerritory; .uryivors-they are black under the eyes, and ALL Tucker,late of Leon county,decea.tedill S Sacks Ro Coffee. '% rpHE' fine Brig CALLENDER,Wylie Boot to* than*

in Mexico, excepting California and the line their finger nails and the end of their fingers take notice that they must prevent them to the ;8M,. .LuIs (Flout.. 1 JL Master will,having have most o her for a _\Nhsndandmsd./ before ofFered in this oe,. cheaper Call and see,ever and
authenticated, within the time hf. engaged, despatch
of the Rio Grande, and probably the bare are black-they look like walking ghosts.- ndersigned rescribed by, duly law or this notice will be plead in barof 6( bbl. port. For freight or passage, apply an' we> will satisfy yon that home manufacture a the-

promise of pn indemnity for the expenses ofthe They all think that health and strength arc f their recovery. June 12. 1H4T._47 May 22, 1847. 41 1). LAUD. cheapt 4 The article attention of of Plnte for i i. invited one 'to*anr ,

war. The whigs have been so clamor. gone; being every one unable to do any labo. JOHN WILSON, AJnr. I
New Books &c. of the beat mates ial.and warranted not to rip.
ous for pes e, and hare so abused the administration io.s work. Poor soul I S. June 19, 1 Sol 7. 4% U. S. MAIL LE Prices forlotber kind of work will be found to ear.r .

encouraged the Mexicans, that FUST rK"iyel per Brie Detroit Omoo a ; JIi' -. Repair* of Boris and Shoes. Saddle and
South Seas,
( have b4ea that desirous of The Import of a Lady's 'Dress.-Let of Adventures by I [ ,at short notice. Harnenofevery quality
we apprehensive, yile; Webster's Domestic Economy and -_ i : erases
(terminating existing hostilities, we may pro. no woman suppose that any man can be real. M TOOTH AGUE in g. Cinq .. by Alfred D* Vigny, I': .- __ ." to order. WM. If. M'MILLAN. I.I.made
which the 1 indifferent her The instinct Ca.Mle .Ehrenstein by Jame ;
'pose terms; are not advantageous to ly appearance. J .- __# ; ... Qninc ,April 3. t5-l1. 37
his mind Arthur Martin, by Charles Burdett,
of lh Mexico is hue been deadened in by a
interest $ country. conquered mil
Tioo, N. Y., September IS, 1540.Meitr Gordon, by Alden ifi
and shamefully beaten in every direction ; we latently, negligent mother, or by plain, maiden *. Hull If Speneer: &, Caesar. Anthon's Joseph SalloMt. From Tallahassee t M Tannery for Sale.

tare .possession of all her seaports possibly low church sisters ; but she may be sure 1ENTLEMEN -Tbe Lacount's Tooth-Ache Wilberforte'i Manual for Communicants, and after tbe 1st of Jon SALE. by the subscriber, a Tannery, imme-
;pier capital ; we must sustain our position and it is there, and, with a little-adroitness, capa. 7 Elixir." which you persuaded me to take and Macanlay's Miscellanies" Alison's Essays.Vilson's thoroughly undersigned FOUR HORPOACHESlheeotireronte. hav- ,) ,adjoining the city of TalUhaee.corn J .
30 feet.
St vat two large buildings by
>our claims and only yield to Mexico the conquered LIe revival. Of course, the immediate effect m take trial of,bu come fully up to your recommen- Mz.ilcontractthremighout.have prwng .
Heman's Poemi. Pocket Maps of( U. S.ft. obtained the U.S. lengtb and width, aDd two kitchen*, 10by 20 f t.There a
of her territory on re.ceiving of a well-chosen feminine toilet operateson lion and far exceeded my expectation Probably tbe accmnmo- .
parts proper. Blue Figuered Window Paper, 36 inches tbe necessary arrangements fo are pump various fixture*,two bark mill,
indemnity for the past, and security different minds. In some it causes a sense the belt remittance evidence I now I can give of and its success the to you thatyou j.the j. New Patterns of House Paper, and of the travelling public. They drivers have good and ruing by a cog wheel,running by hone power a

for the future. We can make Mexico pay the of actual pleasure ; in others a conciousness will end me a gross en yon it by the .eUet. For sale by P. A. H% .= competent teams, and to obliging give general tatis- ci.tern for tain water,a well a brook,with abundant. I
\ of of it is Te Juaef.1S47. 47 ts. will spare n pain wate*, on the border of whicn the vats are < i
expenses of the war; pay for the support I passive enjoyment. In some intensely eople were, like me, rather incredulous a n The lot include 10 or It acre of ant rats landnn S i !
her at defi.ance. felt while in others, only missed irative properties in'c.e of severe Tooth-ache; Horse for will leave Tallahassee on Weddays .
a large army, and ,put guerrillas present ; Cheap Plough stag* MbnJ der fence. There are Io two both sheds with 125 ,
If Sre make peace it must be a perma. when gone. None can deny its power over U i some had been humbugged by a worthless article, and Fridays,at o'clock, A. arrrrei cordtt of oak bark. For sal at a great benrainenn 4
makeit them less ( their sakes oUle abated by a dangerous one ; but your APPLY T i "be on Wednesdays,Fridland Sundays at. liberal. M L. BAKER.
and we must more or or, or own J. -
nent not a patched up one relief in al cases I ,'ecept some n ,A: M., in time for Savannah- 6t
bough c 41
with the whole Mexican people, and ,not bad better not be belived if they do. Such failed consequence of the cavity of the Jane 12.1847. 47 Macon on the arrival of the cart from Se. May 1.1847.

with a part or a (faction ; all her civilians and >eing the case, the responsibilities of a wife toth D bingpropr1cenl; and in the a> -. *,J Master Sale. ,and arri vingin Tallahassee Monday.Wed. W. M'Jllimey hHeD

it there must In this. department are very serious. In pointof I I I ye relieve the and Friday evening
military men must consent to in the rn S Y tirrne of'a decree of the Circuit ARTIST
persevered to to the ,
be holes of which another war lid she dresses for two,and in neglecting i lu. )'Middle Circuit of Florida, Gadsden possible attention paid cm.
out number friend who fo
no loop There are a my Sporting > and convenience tnl.; and, as it ia in- taken Boon atM Banner HOQM.M Woa-
,may icrself, .virtually defrauds her neighbour. make a vial of tbe Elixir a travelling companion in ia.> PUI between William J. Bie greatly to 0 tb ln the patronage o HAVING Fla.,very ropecrrally tender ki* Ief.yien .

The administration may rely upon it, that Nature has expressly! assigned her as the only .n their Fishing ant Hunting excursions-the con. ellamy,de'd.,(complainant, a Ma, C. public i i. respectfully to tboM who Mire faithful and tcrtrat Uk.

.if* the clamor the whigs in safe Investment for his vanities ; and she who ant exposure to wet making t then very liable to b E's. of Joseph I Rle of WRIGHT SAWYER Jrieto ne theiaeelve.frieada wai b wM bo tss-
e yield to propc.inI a '
throws them back from their natural tacked with the Tooth-ache o thee oaRoM, fo foel., By JOH II. V ARI. Agt.a1 titted to posterity indellible moneato oi tM p** .

le ms which are not in themselves such wantonly deserve either to see them break out a tb Elixir, .they inform me, proving a eom.plee er Court..l!*.on t 6n,M&ln Jal : 22, l*n. .._, HM Likenesses are warraated to plea**. Price f3O.
aswe ougty to ofier, none will clamor more course atid QUIDJ Monticello Mareh"rT.1847. > 91
his or appear in that of an. respect, I dMollyabout 21 years of % Bark Mffls.
: Iotmdjy make out on own person remain ,
.oe a stronger opposition cue
mboat .( and boy, the a...
o age; .
of the law of Yours, a* ever, im ,years Staple aad apea e .
plain .
But independent Tanaer'ijBW.
of k MILLS greatly
,thai the whIp themselves. They rely other. Moflytbiut 2 years ue. wo BARK ro o for sale
WM. A.
.i r GENITAL nmtJ *trae4vdjua
of dress CARROLL
for the and moat
CIa drirb into InstInct there is one promotion recently pter1ueto
5 the stratton m costly ,orb A fresh supply l of the above 'tdiiv a.ARJS ipre L.klIGftEEf1C&CO.
l riwA which will to Jadie which may be plainerstillto some received and for Ale by .5pecii Mist" J power. *
peace, be'eqoivalent among jot In'allhaH. u 1517. 41 M. *:!B.& Apnia847. 1'7" ,
self-rnterest. his all AMES. JuneS, 19 17. 46 )1'121, .. tt Jt
a defeat.knd they must oe watehtd aad guard. -and this is the law 'A Inns lt,1S -LEWIS ; i T< .

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'p. .1 ft the-tor tit Vtdb edifice, on the'comer 9Manrotttnd 55 5 Stated.I carrying th...Metis of VM 'United Hate.*., CONSTITUTION TEBAT months after date,I'shall present m j II PT Ylrtae of tM Ywtt4'."' .

i;.?:; .Cl1kyfcs.Qpo.izeBarar4'l'ZSIre.def FOR the 1st September, 1847 to 30th ..0D. T n KIJ OW** O coast sad "o to t Hon. Judjte .1..P shall expefor .,ell 1M I'
I. <,.,} .DnI '.tAc.wtaclM.iJ. June 1851. (nclnsivetathe State of will 0 KAI JLSSXKXY; ItjajKCT TO TU AC bat in and for Je.and applyla of the Ceett Jf Ie

: Kcttd 1I, scull k ftNA4, received at the Contract Office of the nori. Department or THC H err.Q .. a discharge Administrator o et.of Clement R cV.Bluff, io the coaafJoW ".
:. Pt Oe W. Stephens,late of said florida,the rOUawiDr :
JBCKKHAl.AMMTMKKT OTFataert in the City of Washington, M.of Cnt1de. IID'. .
ulil9 .
; A jf" Act'. to amend the of this Stattat 1
the IWh of July' 1S47, (to be d by the 1st Cttl S JAM GADDE.Mooticello thereof a* win pay the Slat aad C.ent
{ rfilte an* Staple Bry Goods, to extend inhabitanti,
t. .
. t : of August t.) the and the manner and al t ,January, on UMSISM forth*year 1346: _
r I tBooaeta,11ats.: Boot and Shoes,Hardware, time herein specified o rote, viz.: 1 being citLtent 1 States, wise shall S 64O acres,lying in 'Vaey.wmx.i'
and Stone Ware have resided State one the elec- Notice. .
, 1 : Wood Cruckery year belong to DM estate of A. B. BlackwdL --**

;; :. '. Class War, Groceries, &c, FLORIDA. Ii.efra.naldie. months after date I shall present my account Also.400 atre ,lying in Halma' -
.it,- READ MADE CLOTIIItf 3533-From Jacksonville, by Brandy'Branch. to QECTION I. Be 0 enacted *y tht Senate a SIX vouchers. and apply to the Hon. Judge of Log to belong to G.Sweet. .VaIley'P.Abo *

# Alligator, 70 miles and back, once a week. O House of Reprcsentitnet_/the State of Probate of Leon County for letters of dismission as ,goo acres,purporting to belong to
t-:j CMISZSTUTO or TRK roixowmc: Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at 8 a. m-, ride a Gtel.I'tt That the first Administratrix on the estate of Granville Sheppard, of Joaeph M.White.and lying oo I. tU '
:d P. ; : Ladies Bariege and Muslin, in dress ptttemsr arrive at Alligator next day by 5 p.m. clause of b so Also 161 ADcr.J.i
President late of said County, deceased. acres lying oo the had 0 StAt 'f
N of law I, POLK,
Tarlton and Painted Leave 8 arrive at amended follows viz free white male
Organdee Muslins pursuance JAME Alligator every Friday a 1. aa : Every person ELIZABETH CLEAVELAND.Adm'x. Bay near McCornuck's,
r purporting to WongSSJ
i .:]z Book, Mall. Swiss and Jaconet do., of the United Ame.ic do hereby Jacksonville next day by 5 p.m. ol the age of tweaty-cne years and upwards,and January 23, 1841. 27 6m Co tins.
'. : Plain barrel and stripe Cambrics, declare and make known that public sales will beheld 3531-From Key West, by Miaml1nl.' IndianRiver who shall be. at the time of offering to rote, a citizen JOHN S W. .

\ '. White and black Tulton Muslin, at the underentione Land Offices in I the and Mosquito to miles the United States,and who shall have residedand and COOK serif
Inle. 70 ex Tax
.r' ',t"l' Black Crap4 black Barirge, STATE OF }'LRDA. te periods hereinafter and back once a Cb.1ro o a his habitation, doicil. home and place of W. 8. LIIL'OT'3, 1 February 20, 1847.iffitio Col. Washington c.

Green Bariege, Black Lace and Love Veils, designated, to \\it Lave Key West from the 16th to the 20th of each pflrmamat abode in Florida.'for one year next preceding Attorney at Law, _2L J?

'I. *:t.. .. Ginghams fancy and solid colours At the Land Office at ST. Avcvmut,commencing arrive at Charleston with all practicable des the election at which he shall offer to rote, Vontieello Jefferjon Florida State of Florida -
':' Bariege and"Muslin embroidered Shawls on Monday the twelfth day of July next,for the patch. and who shall, at such time and for six months ira Comity, I IN CHANCERY.-IN THE
>'1 4 5-. ':, Do. and Silk Scar(. disposal of the public l lands within limits of the Leave Charleston on the lit of each month,arrive mediate/ preceding said time, have had his habits WILL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY. COt1lr. .

i"+. Fancy silk Handkerchiefs, undermentioned townships to wit: at Key Wet with all practicable despatch. tion,domci. home and place of permanent abe, ,and of the County of Columbia of the
Linen Cambric, South of the lat line and east of the frineipal Proposals 'to run from Key Wet, by Indian Key 'in county in which he may offer to vote, b Eastern Circuit,Florida. Hampden S. Linton. Complebtamtt. .

: Do. dft. Hdkfs, plain, hem-stitched andembroidered miia. and Key Largo to Miami River by water and thenceby deemed I qualified voter at all election. under "Monticello August 22, 1846. 5 Catharine Eliza Smith .
'I Township! twenty-lwo range twentyeight.Townships Ian l and water via Jupiter Inlet, Indian Constitution and none others except in elections by ,John M. Smith,i aDd

I" -4't Black and fancy coloured Kid Gloves twenty.on and twenty-two, ol range Musquito Inlet aud Smyrna to St. Augustine, wi b general ticket in the State or District prescribed by Law Notice: TT appearing Harrison the Court Defendants.
the L.
Silk and-velvet Work Pockets. twenty-nine. considered; also fur portions of route to specified law, in:which canes, the elector have been a affidavit *
metalie nil b mul 1
Black, white and fancy coloured: silk Mitts, Townships eighteen and nineteen, and section six, in bid. resideti of the State one year net preceding the BROCKENBROUGH & MAXWELL. that the defendant, CatnarinT lJ T

.1 White and Hack twit silk Glorej. in township twenty of range thirty. Milton to Sparta, 65 miles back electio>,and six: months within the election district Smith a non-resident of th. Stat., aDd tst. fa
ant the State
::1 '. Lisle Edging. Muslin Edgings and Inserting Townships eighteen nineteen and twenty-one, ofrange 35"rom. in wh/ch he often to vote. Pivtided, That no soldier H. BROCKENBROUGH will return to Flo i 11 of South Carolina:

,' .. Illack silk Lace 1 to 8 in. wide thirty-one. Leave Milton every Tuesd-y at G a. m., arrive a seaman or marine in the regular Army or Navyof WM. a in time to attend all the Courts of the iltAtre/tw'and Ordered the nat the aid deeedaaccli

I1 ..r... Thread and Bobbin Edging and Laces Townships eighteen and nineteen of range thirty- Sparta next day by :p. m- S thi United States, unless he were a qualified elector Middle Circuit,and Jackson and Franklin Counties the appear third answer in complaiDaDt'.bin OIl or be

, :. Parasols, Parasollettes,and Sn.shade. two. Leave Sparta every Thursday at C a. m., arrive at ({ this State previous to his enli tmcjU a such in West Florida. B. & M. will also attend the will be taken Monday for July nest othenri.e the .

;;. China,straw and fancy Muin Bnncts. Township eighteen, of range thirty-three. Milton next day by :p. m. solder, seaman or marine in the Regular Army or Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will be decreed confessed and the mattm tlIenot
( Misses China and do ., At the Land Office at NLwN.csvIi.z.tcommcnc-' 3536-From to Fort Butler, mile Nay of the United States,or of the revenue service devoted to the and accordingly: And it is vrtJaOr
Okahumrk legal ,
; exclusively That
; : ing on Monday the nineteenth day of July next, for : considered a resident of the State in a copy of this order be rhUs.
: Bonnet flowers Ribbn., and back once a .fk. .1131 conse- claims against the United States, for the attentive the mlO1De J
the disposal of the public lands within the limits oCtbe at a. m., arrive ncc of being stationed within the same. public newspapers printed 111 th State
.'. Lutestring Leave Thursday ( qu of which have ,_
M ibn. Okbutlk.every prosecution arrangements been made week (or four months .
:'_ Fancy Neck Ribbons, undermentione townships, and fractional town- at by Passed Senate, December I. IS-lft. in Washington. I consecutively..

t !: Black and white silk Hose, dip. Leave Fort Butler every a arrive D. H. MAYS, President Senate. March 13. 1847. 34 THOMAS BALT2ELL- Jw4,..
a. ." White, broWn, blue. and slate col'd ditto, &u of the base line, and tatt ef the principalmeridian. at Okllumpk by H. ARCHER, Secretary Senate. C.Atruecopy G. : Teste

:,,". Misses white and brown do. do., 3537- Apalachicola.St.Mark'i Passed House December 16, 1916. Firt Clerk.
: '.5. Feather and paper painte Fans, Township nine, of range fourteen. Cedar Keys and to Key West COO miles ROBERT RON, Speaker Ho. Reps. TIN MANUFACTORY. Monticello Fa.. March 1 6,(20 1547. 33 45

I':; / Pink,white} salet, Itraw.n blue Folence. Fractional townships hrenty-.tven. twenty-eigh. and back, once a month. M. D. Parr Clerk .

Long Lawn, Irish Lncn. Lnen Seeing. twenty-nine and tlirtyon the main, lnd.o range Leave Pensacola on the 1st of each loonlb, arnv* I. Jl. FORTUNE, mW'DZAJ.EU.A1fl
fifteen. with alt An Act to amend the Constitution of this Statt
4' r Linen ; at Key Vest practicabledespaCh.Leave to become the sole proprietor of the TIN 12f
Linen Table Bird's-eye Diaper, Linen Dowlas, Township twenfv-scven, and frictional townshipthirtylive Key \Vrot on the Islol each month arriveat as to make the sessions of the General Assembly HAVING the DRUGS
: lately property Flagler & Co.,
siNteen.Townhij ,
, the main land, of range Pensacola with all biennial instead annual. PAINTS OIL
Russia Crash and Huckerback : "practicable ikspalch.Proposals of
::4.S Twelng. takes this method of informing the public that he
: Diapr. ) and fractional I township* will be considered fur 1. Be it enacted the Senate and Toilet Articles Perfumery it.
of said ,
,. C;. i' I to 12. and bleached Cot. twtttv.stCn. the main l land,ofrarge Parts route, SECTION by will keep constantly on hand, at the shop oppositehis Wlidr Glw,
S :.: Col Cambfcs. white and brown Holland, to be specified in bid, :antI for wafer lu'icc from Representatives of the State of Floridain store, a large assortment of all the varieties of FAiirrns' aavsHcs AJTD COLORS,
silk Velvet, black Satin, seventeen. Pensacola to St. Andrew' Bay and St. Joseph's or General Assembly con&fn /Tbat the second
r' Tin
.. Alpaek. bane Township twenty-seven, fractional township Hur. cither and clause of the fourth and other articles usually kept in his line of Apothecaries' Glass Ware. ,
'. F from St. Joseph's bj 1 land to Apalachicola article of the Constitution of' c
. :t. DrC Calcos. thlrl* business. He will also be to furnish
the maLi land,and townships .thrle prepared
r:' Cruel of ntfipbcr Ibades. ty-twoon. and hence by water. this State be so amended to read as follows, viz: Merchants in the Tin-ware at low any THEabo..e constantly on hand and for sale at tU
: Thimbles, Binding, and Ihirt .ti\. of range eighteen.Townihif tit. Mm', Ga. by Nassau C. II FaIt 3d. The members of f the House of country as pricesas prices.
Tape, Needle, Silver Fancy tliutyfourand J3S-Fr..t Representatives they can get it from the North and them
. tlnrty-tjirce begs to
." silk Trimmings ; : tirly.lo. ) GJ: miles and back. week. shall bu chosen by the ;
; Number various kind, fancy Jacksct il< once a .
'lualifcotu. shl
call and examine for themselves.
.of There object
? Iliirlv-fi ranuc We have
nintttn. u an
c received
White brown and fancy coloured Linens,for tntrw Leave St. Man's ( v ry Thur>day at I p. n.arriveat serve (or the term of t\o years, after by arrivals large additioad
. Land by law for the me of schools, in having it here as it will be free from
,; wear,' : rrro'ritr: : Jacksonville iicxt div l by b m. day of the first election under the amended Constitution damage supplies of Drugs,Medicines and ChenSeafi,wllida.
will be excluded from which
or ( *r 1. it usually: gets by shipping.
'. e Fancy cloue Colon*. miltuy.. purposes Leave Jacksonville cury WcnCa\ C a. m., and no longer; and the sessions of the Gen- together with most of the popular patent remedi/
arrive St. Mart's rral shall be and CE.\fEBIL ASSORTMENT OF TLWARE. render our assortment the largest and
at next biennial most
: weeks day ( commence on varied i ia
ji 'lncy.'s01tmt' each be two
Prtlty The ales vkill kept open for :
T' the
n State. All of which
Clothing. : l of. and lon the fourth Monday in No'erber, in each and every 1 doz. Furnaces such as family to we offer at the lowest cask
.t. : Itlcns' Keadf lade (unless I he hnds! are ooncr di"IOcd ) no every ought ic".
.VOTES. second year or at such other times as may be prescribed have p1
: HATS, tc. ger; and no private entries the townships Sugar Dippers Sugar Skimmers Cans July 25.1846. 1
.. and ,ved and pegged, so offered, sallbeadiuitted until after the expirationof { Each. proposal ,s-hculd be accompanied by a guar- by law. Counter Scales, Zinc for Stoves, .c., LEWIS & AMES.
: : Patent C.1 Bot. ntce.slgnrd by one or more responsible in Sec. 2: Be it further That the clauseof Sheet Iron for Stove
f said sales. tnaccd. making
k' : Calf Bootees, do. do. do. toTrL from the commencement () persons tbir. Pipes, PRINTS ONLY.
t the following manner, viz. : tha fourth article of
the of Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of Buildings
: Fashionable Bearer and Hats, my hnt. at City Washington,
,, Men'and Palm Lebo. this i\th day April, Anno Domini one thousand 'The undersigned l3antthat _, so that the same shall read a follows: 3d. That the and put up at short notice,either in the city
i- Boys i if his bid for the SPRING STYLES
, .: and Silk Umbrellas. eight hundred and forty-seven. earning ( Representatives shall be chosen Ol the first Monday or country. 1847.
I ; Cotton Ginghams be accented by the Postmaster General. shall in the month of in and
4S !. K. POLK.Bv enter Otobr. every stondyear. ALSO a new invention for draininr Surar.which
I: \."4'. Hard Ware. I hI President : J.\MF. in*, obligation prior to the 1st day of Septembernext from and frt election under this amended will drain it for market in two days, and begs the LEE &
;)t* Mill,crosscut, hand, key, tenant and wood Saws, RICHARD M.( YOU.VG with good antI sufficient sureties to perlorm the Constitutionor on such other day as may planters to call and examine. BREWSTER
fileschiesls and braceswith bi UU'ort'd, 44 CEDAR STREET NEW
Augers service proposed"This be directed by law.Sec. YORK
Csmmusioncr the Central Land 20 patent Well and Cistern single and double Rod
I"r Knob platei stock, pa. trunk, chest, cupboard, of Ofc.lOTICE should be accQmpmic: by the certificate ofa 3. Be further enacted, That the fifth Pumps, well adapted to plantation use. Beg leave to inform Dealer in Dry Goods that t1l.7'hue

,' i': box, hot and assorted, TO PRK-EMPTION postmaster, or (. ( equivalent testimony,that the of the aforesaid article be HO amended as to cau March C, 1S47. 33 received and are now exhibiting, at Tflff1
butchers'do.. a WAREHOUSE
' I'ocket and tible Knives, shoe entitled to the CL.\IMAt" guarantors: are men (property, and able to make fulo\y viz: The Senators shall! be chosen by the EXCLUSIVELY for Printed C KCOC3 -
.' Carving Kni"e and Forks their electors, for the term of four the ,
good gnananty.The at
':'.I; ". RAZORewleft of Old Rough and Ready Razor to any lands within the townships above enumerated, should be time years SANDS' SARSAPARILLA 50)0) OASES
i is to establish! the same to the satisfactionof proposal sent to the Departmentsealed caiue in the same manner and in the same ,
.' : .i' Straps!, I reuirr Register Receiver of the Land Ot- endorse-Proposals for Route" .'Vi,. -, place where they vote for members of the House of Comprising all the
table anti'I
II .. .:! German" silver table and tea, Britannia flee and make ant therefor rropr in :ddreSo to the first assistant Postmaster t. Representatives; and no person shall be a Senator FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE New Spring Styles
i' tea, and iron table and tea Sjxxm, payment at 001 practicable General. unless he be white nnn, a citizen of the OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN Of British French, and American MtrA1Ifutw.hid. .r

'I t Box, coffee ahd corn Mills, Brass preserve Kettles, after(for string the this notice, and before the day appointe For the prohibition of hid resulting from combinations States and shall have been an inhabitant of Unite IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOODOR ADDITION (to their usual stock,no,

.11:' Loc, fifth, trace, halter and dog Chains, commencement of the public sale of and the terms and conditions: on which the for two years next preceding his election, and: the HABIT OF THE SYSTEM their assortment one of the most beautiful aDd at.
the claimed
Wrought iror Grid-irons, Waffle and Wafer-irons, such tht claim embracing will be forfeited.tract ; otherwise contract is to be made see the last annual: advertise last year a resident of the district or county (or whichhe VIZ: tractive in the city; and havitgj'tu/been purchased

:' .CQ1DS' ro. Axes long, Steel and Traps short-handle Shovels, RICHARD M. YOUNG, ment. C. JOHNSON, shall be chosen, and shall have attained the age Scrofula Cutaneous or King't Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate FOR run AND SflOXT CREDIT! ,
Spae.'ad Postmaster General. of twenty-five Eruptions Pimple or Pustules the
if Snaths shrb !tht. and reap Hooks, CommonC of the General Land Of POUT OFFICE DEFARTMKXT April 21, It7. Sec. 4. Be it yeri.(rthrtnccd. That the sixth chusj Face Blotches Bile Chronic Sort Eye on Ring Are offered by the piece or package en the sOmt-
21 1S17. at and below
.e and Mechanic Tools, and April 40 ts terms manufacturers
Fair good supply prices.-
; May 5.I'J7. 42 t5Juy.SULFIIUIt of the aforesaid so amended to read as Worm or Tetter, Scald Head,Enlargement'and of
i .. ;. .\4IY. many articles in the.Hard-ware line notmentioned. Bar and Billiard Room. follows,viz: The classification of Senators a, a madeat Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers in Catalogues the hands of buyers.prices (corrected daily) are placed

t' SPRING, the first session ol the General Assembly held in Syphilitic Symptoms Sciatica or Lumbago and Purchasers will
: Willow and Wood Ware. MONTICELLO FLORIDA. the 1545 shall continue Diseases arising from an injudicious Mercury inform themselves of the state of
: NEWPORT, WAKULLA COUNTY year unchanged ; one bal use of the market and be well (
'j;. .' Churns 3 sizes-Tubs of all sizes, THE undersigned respectfully informs his friends FLORIA. of whom, as nearly a possible, shall be chosen ,JLteilci or Dropsy Exposure or Imprudence even if they do not purchase. or an examinatioa,

'\el Buckes.Pails,Brass and iron-bound Buckets, the pubic that lie has opened a BAR ANDBILLIARD subscriber would most respectfully ever hereafter biennially for the term of four years: in Life. Also. Chrome Constitutional Disorders. L &B. have peculiar advantages(
f :.. Kelel. Bread-trays, Wo-meaues. !in Monticello. on the West side his friends and the public, that Provided, however, and it is hereby delre.that THIS preparation is a combination hitherto un- ders for prints which are respectfully or solicited.executing or

1 Willow Chairs. and of the Imhli square, for their accommodation, and .THE! occupies the WAKULLA HOTEL, the term of office of that class of in the history of Medicine differing entirely LEE & BREWSTER

+ Work Baskets and covered Market ditto solicits patronage. His BILLIARD TABLE is to accommodate all who may dire red at the first election under the amended Constitution in its character and operations from the various ,

. ': '. Groceries. one of the most appro\c pattern,and i is in excellent ol' Sulphur Watcr, during shall extend to,and expire on, the first Monday preparations Sarsaparilla which have beenat 44 Cedar Street.
$: order. H 1 with the beat Hint.Li- suing season.A in Otober.eighteen hundred and fifty. different times offered to the public. It acts specifically January 23, 1841. 27 I12S
and Tea
Young Hyson,Imrial ,
'::4j. | Powchong quart Cigars: also a variety) of CONFEC convenient bath-honse was built over one of our Sc.5. it futhe enacted That the first elec upon the whole system, thereby bringing i it
Rio and Java Coffee
"t .: and Water Crackers, TIONARY. His rooms will be opened a all hours springs last year; and another house (for the accommodation Assemblymen, under this amended Constitution under its direct and immediate influence. Although By the last Arrivals from New York
:r: Butter day and evening and, strict attention businessand of the Ladies will erected the shall take ,
; by to ) b during place on the first "Monday in possessed of powerful healing effects, yet it is entirely have received
in barrels Oto
.y UTE
:'5k. : Herrings a desire to please, he hopes to give general satisfaction Spring.These. ber, eighteen hundred and (forty-eight; and harmless, so that it cannot injure the most delicate I'V a very superior.tyI'Ol
i' No. I and. 2. Mackerel in i bbl". brand 1540. to hi* customers. Call and SI him. Bath can be sued at all tiC are never session of the General Assembly,under this amend.ded constitution. When in perfect health no effect French Black Cloth,

S' \10 Ibb Fulton Rice Market dried Bef.Peaches, S B. BARRINGTON. overflowed, and the properties 0 water are Constitution shall commence on the fourth Monday is produced by its use except an increase of ap. Superior Style of Wool-dje Cloth! ,

BaM.ibbls. Apples Monticello, May 1. IS"7. -J1 beneficial to invalids:a any sulphur in rovembr. in the year eighteen. hundred and petite; but when disease is seated in the frame and 3 Bottle Green French .
; Bbl. and .os I1js.fce. in the State. It is not deemed nwcasarv here forty'ei- carrying fast its victim along the path of life,then Olive Brown" a
Ibbls. Flor. Bot and Shoe Making. cases or give certificates from visitors who bar tried Passed Senate December 2'J, ISD. / its mysteriousinfluenceis felt and seen; enkindles
Candles, Colgate Pearl Starch, Coffee Brown If
'' Sperm r I'HEuidersignedhaving the them.In II. MAYS, President of Senate.II. new life, and vigor and brings health and strengthto
t'r. Colgate 1 pale Soap, brown and toilette Soaps, J- entire stock and rnatcnalsof purchased LUAES addition to the u
:S. Olive Pickles Oil assorted-Catsus, and-crushed,Sugar assorted, i nrnt-rLD, who is about leaving the State., the Wakulla lintel will be regularly supple with Pase House o Representatives, December 29, *' TRUTH is STRANGE THA, FaCTJoLJT Cassimeres of the latest Style.

;J. Scotch loa, several Factories, respectfully informs his friends and the Green Turtle, Fish and Oter and every atento IS 11. THE FACTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.-The follow READY MADE CLOTHING.
\ lie : : paid to the comfort of visitors.To RODERT BROWN,Speaker Ho. of ing certificate is only another link in the chainof Call
: Mustard and Spices, assorted, public that i is at p'rcsent at the old stand, where Reps. great (XT' and purchase those who want good barraiM.
S J gentlemen fond of hunting and this M. D. Pry, Clerk House testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read
Reps. and
.. Potty, White Lead Window Glass, il prepared to execute all work in his line with l8ling. BULL & PRATORIUS.
., .. Train, Linseed, and Lamp Oils, promptnci-s!and despatch. He Las en hand the finest nti hbnrhoo afford an unfailing supply game and .'enuarJ 27, 1 1. 32 Cm be convinced. What it has done once it will do January. 1S47. 24CHARLES

Good chewing smoking and low price Tobaccoes,, of calf skins:, and all soils of material, and will fish ; parents, wishing to bring their (bicre Notice. again.

;. _' ._. Powder Shot, Lead, &c. &.c. make at short nlicf. and in the manner, GEN here, there is a good fcthool and divine suice every months after the publication of this notice, I CUARLESTOw..Mass., Sept. 23d, 1S46. ARCHER
& Sabbath SIX
". TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES of every descrip day. apply to the Honorable James This may certify that my son. now aged seventeen STANDS at Tallahassee,and the plaota-
Ltr': tion. I5o.J-t footed, soled,and otherwise repaired in The subscriber has good stables for Hordes,and at- J shal Probate for Gadsden County, 1.GiJhrist. has been for ten years afflicted with the scrofulous \ Col. R. Mitchell in Thomas
\ :., (O-The inhabitant* of the city and county, good style and at reasonable charges. He will warrant 'cntive servants. dismission as "idminisiator from the estate lettr5 Susan humor. At the age of seven years he had t the measles J .,county,Georgia, at 85, 01O and 915. .

.._ and Ihn of adjacent counte. are particularly requested his work to be equal to any done in the place, W. G. DAUGHTER S. Such, which probably caused this humor to make its appearance February 20,1847. 31
; to call 4nd see or tbemselY. especially and to give as gO satisfaction as to fitting a any Newport, Florida, March 22, 1947. 30 dce e.R.. L. EDMONDS Adm'r. in a most singular way covering his body Just Received.
call the attention of the LADIES, whose other .
we Quincy. December 121816. 21 Gm from his head to his feet with small tumors. I con.
taste was never known to err. It will afford me great: JOHN LERCH. Worms Worms! Worms suIted a Doctor of Medicine, and be examined him A FEW more copies Hcadley's Napoleon and

. t '. pleasure to display before them the diversified and May P, 147 42 tfD5L SHERWOOD'S three days in succession and not understanding his his Manhalls. Also a fine Guitar (or sale by
: attractive FANCIES. in Store. THE bane of childhood,and the certain precursor case,advised me to consult Dr.Rogers,of New York January 9, 1S47. 25 P. A. HAYWARD.

. .. : linmrdiate, and punctual attendance, will be many dangerous diseases, if allowed to remain MAGNETIC REMEDIES, GOLD PILLS AND I then being a resident of that city. After a long

.:#*4i' pai to all orders me. QtORpQN'SGREAT long in the human system in great numbers. MAGNETISED PLASTER. and critical examination having more than thirty M. D. PAPY, ,

:,..; I \ S. F. BURNEY. Thousands of Children die annually from For Chronic &ut of the Organs and Limbs. other medical gentlemen with him at the same time, glfil@m m l1rg
: : April 17, lS.1.SEJTnfEL please copy. Worms! the he pronounced it Scrofula, or King's Evil. The IAWg
j. CHRONIC DSESE child was then prescribed (for,and commenced taking Practice in all the Courts in the MddJ
'., : : The season is now close at hand when they become c I ,may invariably WILL
I Vegetable Pills. mOt to children. Vs'. be distinguished by the medical drugs from that time. He grew worse until Office on the first floor of tM Capitol
. Petr' I pain which i is produced by June of 1837 and then his bones became affected in ,South wing, room formerly occupied by the

Troth I and In this case ha ARRIVAL Dr. Woodruff's Worm Specific I on the ganglions of the pressure consequence of the mercury that had been given him. Secretary of the Territory.
'tiL a safe and efficient remedy for Worms. it.- November 15, 1845. 17
.: I 'PrcvaUedtpETERS' I Try \ i nal nerves, in the intervertebral A piece of bone came away from his under-jaw, in
hae from the first been a favorite 2O Bushels, or 2.0 Boxes of I is a good aa the beat, and cheap a* the cheapest.Mr. I 4 spaces along each side of the the first place, as large as an English walnut a piece
PILl' : Joseph Shipley of Muscogee Co., Ga.,says it from his forehead as large as a and ERSKINE
.:is South, but now their Dr.) Gordon's Family Pills J spine no matter what name may sixpence a piece
'.! lion iseonnedtonosectiofl.] In the North consump-, the brought away 200( Worins from a negro child,belong [_ have been given to t from near the crown of his head. It then went to ATTORNEY AT LAW,
",i vast and demand fur ing to him, in a short time. I t thcmaJayb1ph.icans the back and side and in three
increasing and discharged
, : Kast, and the West, well as beyond the Potomac: THE thsntw I or places.- QBlney, Florida.
..;;41: : in South America I India and the Wet In: celebrated medicine, and John J. Lilt of Whitenie. Goo., says I 4T nOloisf.. pain thus I From thence to one of his limbs,separating, in con- attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden

c tI,''. trop known and The demand cures they are daily eCedilg. in all portions of th. gave in one cse nd away :Worms. In I .produced will be more or less sequence of the ulceration the muscles and cord WILL the Circuit Court of Middle florida
a"preiat. another
. (or the the ha no;parallel anrl. of medicine, country where they introduced, of Dyspepsia Tape case, it cured his negro of Tenia or 5 severe,according to the intensity from the bones of the ankle joint on the back part.- and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia.

; and it of their advocates Liver Complaints, and Billions: Diseases, IVarm. e of the disease, or its active or He had at one time fifteen running sores or issues November 22, 1845. IS tf
may I
';!1 .b ui cry is still they come!" with their well known attendants, Sick Headache Mr. Thomas Boyd, of Cowcta Co., Gco., says, I .:: :1: passive state at the time. Pressure from the glans of the throat and those places I have fc>- Sentinel copy.

:]. ;: In all diseases of the stomach, the abdominal viscere & .,hat induce the undetsigned to nuke. arrangements gave it to a negro boy who was in bad health; itbrought ; on the ganglions next above mentioned. In 1840, I lived in Portsmouth N. H., _

.. ,,the liveroj the system generally, their alternative to recc\'e ktock direct from the pioprietor, away immediately 3 worms! He was soon the first cervical vertebrae, indicated in the and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever, which NATHANIEL HAMLJN, "

S dp.t i. and tonic acting upon the constituent and say their numerous lomrthat: theyare I well,and remains soup to time. engraving by No. 1, determines tubercular disa annexe settled in one of his hips, which swelled as large as Factor and Commiuloa
prople prepared to them wholesale and retail, at I January, 1817. three of the other. Being under Medical Xerthut
; properties /! .will produce an immediate the Head and Brain, Throat, Eyes or Ears ; on the treatment
1f. New York prices. GRIFfIN Pike Co., Ceo., July 12, 1646. they him laudanum until he lost his NEW.. NS.
0. chage. an* eventually perform a radical cure. Dr. space No. 2, that of the Muscles, Joints or Limbs ; gave reason.
T THOMAS M. TURNER Savannah.A Woruf-I'I .IJe forwaul immediately three on the space No. 3, that .the Lungs; on the Then I became alarmed, and sent for a Thomsonian.His Col. WM. BAILKT Jefferson Co.)
Extract ol a l letter( IMONIAL.t' .,of Pbiael. large stock of these excellent Pills just received, Scud your it without Specific We have calls for it No. 4, that of the Stomach; on the space No. 5 space, that medicine helped his hip and resored his reason. J A'. KIRXSET, Esq.,Tallahassee.>J FUEJfCZa.

#,. : phia.dated .'enr 2, IS.0: I Your and for sale at 25 cents per box,with full directions, daily. dely.. Rcpttuly.. of the Liver, and at the letter A,that of the Spleen ; The third time'he was attacked with this fever in D. LAPD Esq1..Newport. S

J mildest in and yet most powerful io by LEWIS&.MES.MILENASH.andEDWARD & on the space No.6. that of the Small Intestines on 1812 when bearing of Dr. Sands' Sarsaparilla and Febnuary6,1647. 29

::: their effects of prtiol have met with in a TalabaS. ., enquiryvi Dr. TALHOT (0., Geo., December 12, the space No. 7, that of the Kidneys; on the ; being perectlYI:1tilfied that all other medicines had
e\e space
practice ofeight'andtwenty7ears. Their action on be found in al and villages Suth Worm Woruf-l I recently mae (trial of your No.8, that of1 the Uterus; and on the space No. 9, failed of effecting a cure, I sent and procured six bottles N. Iff. MARTIN,
.14 and \Vcat. il a"cr> bad casc, the happiest and by the time he had taken it all I
the chyle, and h nceon the of the blood, that of the Testes, &c. considered Commiiiion
veryjrorprising.*'mpuriit May &, IS 17. 42 Cm ef-t. I think inirc of it than ever, and believe it It is no whether tenderness be found in him well. Those places healed-he became brightand Forwarding Imiist,
evidently one
I in VJ i in the mater
caS 100.
I \il rs lively-color came to his face and 104 Poydras
IT. EdTat of a I lajlter from Dr. Henry Hall, of Que or more places or whether one or more of the organs lipsfromthat street,
\ For billious fevers J. E. ROPER, M. D. limbs be time till the Fall of 1S44, his complaints never NEW-ORLKANS- ..
, bee. L. C. MarcJ 6, 1841:- or diseased, I the curative cess,under the -
: sick heaache'for pidity of the bowels, and en- use of these remedies, proceeds in one and all of the troubled him. At that lima he became fear which UYING, SELLING RECEIVING. AND F0k

". I '. >pleen, Dr. Peters' Pills are a exrellent TiE ItE.HEDF NEEDEDFor diseased organs and limbs at the same timf. To determine continued.until}last March, .when his right eye became JL WARDING. attended to with prompUess.D .
the anected; from bat to me leu eye,covering the S Herns TO
medicine/ Diarrhea Griping necessity of these remedies, it i is only
Dysentery and
[t'.' '.i Fort sale by LF.WIS &AMES MILES NASH 'Pans necessary to detect the tenderness of the ganglia, in sight of the eye so that he was in a great measure Jwo. W. AROTLX LATHAM & BAKXT,

: ." EDVARDBARARD. Summer Complaint of any of the intervertebral spaces on either side of the deprived of sight. A. BESTWICX, S. S. SULEX..
.b : MajfS.lS17.42 6m1 From the late lamented Captain HOLMO, Georgia opine. These remedies invariably cure case Knowing that Sands' Sarsaparilla was the tnly December 5, 1S-16. 20

b .'. .\ THE success of these Pills in curing in a few Regiment. in the first stages of the disease,and great every majorityof medicine that had ever done him any good I applied

n ..f. CABINET where all othe remedies have failed, and BRAZOS ST. IAC.O. July 21, 1916. I boss in the last,including tubercula to Mr. "Fow'le Apothecary, at Boston lor more. He Molasses and Fish Barrel

:-1 4 MAKING. that, too, in cases of twelve and eighteen months Dr. M. WoodruU:UfarSir-I owe you an apology and white swellings. Incipient consumption consumption is free has taken fifteen dollars worth, which has removed T undersigned has constantly on hand aM will

._ I.. '" 3 standing-warrants the assertion, that if taken ac. for not acknowledging before this the receipt of a nnentlr detected by these avmotoms. even before he the humor from his eyes and hearing, and he now engage any quantity ItJperior Cypress SYRUP

1 E DAMON & LY CU. cording fo the directi ,ni, they are I certain cure.- box of your Dvsentary Cordial which you had the cough-cnmmericCT. Ther is no other-remedy for appears to be cured aud radically so. I verily believe or FISH BARRELS: the rormer.holding rom 31 a.

,1 F ". ': bought the entire stock and ir.rct of A long list of certificates in proof of their infalli kindness to send nie while in Columbus, for the use I the disease,is well known to every physician. The alUhis latter trouble might have been avoided 40 gallons: the later usual Fish barrel siie- .

,; '. I-IAnNq Wtenkcr in the Cabinet Shop are bility might be added, but those upon the directionsare of my corns. remwlie*are perfetilysafe} for persons of all ages and if I had continued thorongly the use of the Sarsaparilla Newport,Feb. 13, Si7. 30 DAN'L. LADD

_}1.4'4 prepared to do all kinds of work ;in that line, and deemed sufficient. Try them and b cnyince have. found it a most valuable medicine, and only condition, and require no change of diet that when he was under its influence the first time.
are the most effectual and regret that I have not a supply of it. Whenever rn of except These are the simple statements of the acts of the State
"t ; ?tt' lope tae patronage to the shop will tht they a greater supply' of For sale by Tax Collector Sak>.
. t .: herdofoeg.en in the business very best remedy ever offered to the public to insure men have followed the dlrl'ctlonAilhc have invariably Jo. MILES NASH, case, and I feel it my duty to make thoje facts knownto Y virtue of x"D
I I L continue. the vested iasnebylawIWUIexpose
'. and found relief. We have suffered and the public for the benefit of those who be power
are suffering
;. \ in saying they can give satisfaction. a permanent las'ing cure. At the Post Office,Tallahassee, Fa. may -D for sale,before the Court House door ia
, ".'f1.I. They execute thejr woik well, and are willing to dispose BBACG STORE Lowdcs.Co., Ala., ) much from Djnentary. ocaione by the wrCtcbe May 8, 19.47. 42 6m afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the the city of Tallahassee the first
of Leon.oa
water we have to drink Cordial cure has been effected solely from the effect of this county
; it terms April 29. 1615. $ your
:.,e on as as any other workmen .
reasonable Monday in July next the or u
or ring all to their and With JEFFERSON COUNTY invaluable medicine. fallowing property
the .? Dr. G. A' Tyltr:-Dear Sir:-This may certify wOlttemul1 tieor. much thereof
;: that after my sincere thanks your kindleu.and beat Tax Collector's HANNAH. BECK 223 Main .t. as will pay the State and CoaatJ tat eS
,&J&: M.rCh 20. IS It. 35i Using many preparations for the pure ofChills wihe Sale. the for the
(or your success I am your obedient Suffolk,M. Boston October 13, 18-t6.-Then same year 1840:
anti Fever and
expending some furiy-five dol- ISAAC Capt. Macon sn.nt Guards. BY virtue of authority vested in me by law, I sonally appeared above named Hannah per- Lola N t. 317.31S. 319. 320, original pla.aM
in W.
.i: h4: !i Middle Cicut.IJ lard a ph.irant bs .bills Tyler's, without Fever and any beneft Pills, I pro., at A fresh supply HOLME valuable medicines, door.hal expose for Jefferson sale, before the Court the House and made solemn oath that the above certificate, by 1 19. north addition, of the city of Tallaltu.eepU1'1orting -
County, on
# I. r IN JEFFERSON cure which cured me effectually, after I just received and (or sale by Lewis & Ames Druggists Monticelo. her subscribed and statements therein contained -to belong to -' Davenport

I., {Nathaniel!Pearce, ) suffered with this distressing and unpleasant hal. Tallahassee; also by R. Manning,P. M..Min- My i July next, are true. Before me, A. A. FISHER Sheriff

J;:'j' Attachment (or plaint for twelve mouths. I have known them usedin nington, Leon County; Jas. B. Beard, P. M., Micco- the following s much thereof as.will JAMES RICE, Justice of the Peace. and ex officio Tax Col. for Leo Coatf.
'N sookie, Leon County S. F. Burner, Mrcoosookie pay the State and County Taxes due thereon forth. For further particulars and December 26. 1645. 33 ft*
; conclusive
thirty and evidence
', : Robert It. t $909 ,O. ** not a single box has I be- ; 1840 of
. I ;" ja J Assumpsit.Damages lieve them to be th very beat and most faile.. 'cer. I SamuelPuleston,Druggist, Monticello; JanesHiitt', year : superior value and efficacy see pamphlets, which
I. NE4,5ec32and Notice.
t 1)d..lo..Iai.g 2,000. biD cure for ague and fever that can be mad],and I Quincy; Joshua Dnies.o(Gaden Conty D. Baker NWISec33andWj of K may be obtained of Agents,gratis. I S
unequalled E 4, Sec 33, T J, R 4, N and E.
Iir. yl purporting to be
. & bl"Co ofJ a a toni restorative in all debilitated con P. M., Chatabhie. and Merchant long to Duncan M. .. Prepared and sold by A. B. & D. SANDS Drug- ALL persons indebted to the estate of James Lynch.
[ Qual gists, 100 Fulton street t late-of Marion Floridaare
S all others interested art berc- ditions of the E. MYERS. Maiann2. ,corner of William N.Y. County,
W | N W 4. Sec 15, T2, R 4, N &. E
TJJE4e.mfantisJI4 owner not
iostitotion! oftbe, above suit Price $1 I per box, with full directions. For April 3. 1547. 37 known. SoldalsobyLEWIS&AMESTalahee,34LTH hereby notified to make payment to tIM sobecrifcef;

i 'l4'.2 by attaxihmont.'aaJ irs refure Io appear and plead I a T.lahal LEWIS &AMES MILE.Ie. Lt No.3. (rae Sec_21,T 2,R 4, N & E, acres. &and CATLIN, Pensacola B.WHITING St.Marks, and will all those them baring demands 'against said _ate,
Just S by Druggists present to the same,duly attetted/witlu
:' ; C: t tl4ario(filed ; ,within the time NA81. Jmv BARNARD en f received direct from Havana, I 2, I I generally throughout the United
I States. the hIM law will barred of
" 21T2.R4N&E.6 required by ,or they bf
T .all the towns and
b villages South and 1 ,
r ouo BALE of Grass I
" .. ti': ..i; .e BF THELOT.fc ARCHER I J. 2 dozen Hammok c 5, 21.T2.R4.N&E8 Price, $1 per bottle. Six bottles for $3. recovery. NIEL: FERGUSON AS'r.Crystal .

. : 4 {I. Alforaaya for Plaintiff- )h, 8. 1S47. 42 6m 10 doz superior u.orte Pre"es.Orange,Orange i I. I, ,. I 22T2.R4N&E,115acr's.. a'.. (O- The public are respectfully requested to remember S River, Beaten Co., April S4, .
Syrp-Rberr1. that it is Sanda thai has r
: :' May", a47. 1 45Sim. :. Flower. &c.,24 Coffee, lying in the bend of Miccosookie Lake,near the rlnttion' and is achieving Sarsaparilla such remarkable cores been of SOO Pieces Calico. .
i1 Groceries. constantly
; l : BALSAM OF for Ss .L. 17 bags Brown Sugar, of Gov. Moseley. owner not known. the most difficult slats of diseases to witch the human O PIlING and Summer Pruts,choice patterns jwtO "
A iisorfrnent .
'W'LTTAR's WILCHRV. .niL. jut) i reni.e and for sale by {16 boxes White Havana SMITH SIMKINS. }
SUII. frams .
ask Sandi receindandlor.AJeb1'
. fur Sana-
i t LEWIS&AM' I. i rn &;CO. ;,IgQo Cigars of f thTrr' Shfl. f* ifficio Tax Col. 0.. .
' tJif l ", Ap3lt7. .5 an Jef. parilla,and take another. IS.Ia IL GREEN RGV'C0.April
; I' th
:i l f"12 t : : ; J' 13.1517. J r rOIHlSrr" P prrpjn'prr 3, 19 p' 20 fin December 1'1, 1816. JO ly 3,184T. 37t 5

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