The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: July 10, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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The book of nature u4 the print one who, to undo a nation's wrong,pledged places,that drunkenness might become despicable lathe way of small ware that is super excelleat. smooth, has been again proved by a circurn. suppled with Fatah;. $erMlte0ajif! all
Of beauty on tb.whfcpering sea, his s&cred honor and perilled all I he.had. lIe in the eyes of those whose habits were I .Take this for example : stance with which we were made acquainted a the old women ia oodoq the nam*leaastroclety 1
Give still to me come lineamentOf is not illustrious for loil.won; erudition, nor as yet unformed. Saacho 'PaD%& says, blessed [is the man few day since. For aging time back a widow of the Institution' u was
what I ban beeft taught to be. one who, with unerring eye, had followed far Its cardinal virtues are,temperance,which that frat Invented sleep.] I do not say, l lady has resided in the upper part of our city, shipped back again, to reader 8ni& .
My beart i* harder and perhapsMy alone the hidden ties of nature. Nor yet isbo avoiding excess, ever keeps a due restraint upon 4 Cttned the man who first invented temps whoso quiet and retired manner led her to a. his stewardship to the kindred spirits in o.
manliness has drunk up tears, illustrious as one who, skilled in poetry and our affections and passions ; fortitude, that on pattaloons ;" but I do say, Blessed is tho void society almost entirely.] She was only country, who bad aided him i fleeing from his
And tber,', a mildew in the lapse song, had touched the strings which make the noble and steady purpose of mind which is man who first abolished their use." How known to her neighbors, and by them but master.
Of a ewaisenbleyears; sweetest music of the heart. But.bo was our equally,disUnt from rashness and cowardice ; many awkward, predicaments hare they not slightly. She had 'no children, was scarce We perceive that the success .Douglass
Dot nitcre's book U venyet brother, and we claim for him an humble famea prudence, by which we wisely judge and prti.dentially been tie means of placing us T How much I thirty in appearence, and was remarkably boa br a general) desire among the fugitive
With all my mother's lessons writ.I fame, in which all the virtues of man unito .determine on all things relativo to moro I free t born much more comfortable] good looking, with a face of a mournful!cast, s a tho North, to t their hands a di,
with a light as son as that of stars. our present as w"Uu our future welfare ; and how much, more natural: to dispense with II which novelists so often choose for their he. minuhiog the plethora John Bull's purse. .
have been out at eventide, It is true that our brother has a higher fame ; justice, which laying aside passion and prejudice these pulling, knee irritating monstrosities/ i mines and which lends such a charm to tho To abolitionists, however,1 whom the Care
Beneath a moonlight Af: of spring, but it is' left to other tongues to speak of the renders unto each man, without distinction Is it not enough that we have ** suspenders,"I features of the pensive order. It was known selecting pr personages fcr this delicate
When earth was garnished like a bride, character in which, nearly nineteen centuriesago tho things which are due/' or *'( falowe! as our juvenile nomenclatureused I that she had been married to a man much old! experiment iatne have,we In pitch.
And night bad on her silver ",'iDS- he appeared in the wilderness of Judes. It requires us to bo good citizens, abiding :lo'have it-:aad a very suitable name it I er than herself who had died I leaving her in II ed upon ono who
When bursting buds and growing grass, We look not to History for his fame; for she by.the laws and remaining faithful to the Constitution was, ly the way- to bind us down to earth I comfortable circumstances. About two weeks some greasy denizen of the Five .-' prhp
And waters leaping to the light, loves not the quiet virtues,but loves rather to in. of our Country. But it does not re. with no pressure of tho nightmare, but we since tho LawrencevQle omnibus drove up to represents himself as a a1mazujpe ser;
And all that make the pulses pass scribe a name upon human skulls, or to echo quire us to submit in silence to a wrong. For must also! have the upward pressure of the foot- her door, and she stepped into the vehicle with from Kentucky. Ho i l o I
With wilder flectness, thronged the night; the clang of arms when battled fields are lost if we but turn to the American revolution, we straps,both drawing us together with the pow.er I the purpose of visiting the village. There a cabin passenger, one o tho C
When all was beauty, then have I, and won. It is to tradition that we look. She shall find that every .general officer engaged of twenty horse hydraulic press I rebel. i. was but one other passenger a gentleman a* s steamer How far Ser
With friends on whom my love is Sung, las no pen ; but.with a voice as soft as that of in the consummation of our independence For oneI hare dispensed with both straps and bout tho same age with herself.A : relish the Prim1 ad companionship of a 3
Like myrrh on winds of Arab}. night, yet as far.reaching as tho winds, she a mason, except him who is known as Benedict suspenders ; and I address you, Mr. Knicker. I. few minutes after the omnibus started, the negro, i aor .n.V.. a tolerably 1
Gaud up evening**lamp u bUD!;. bids us look to the faith which a mason bolds, Arnold, the traitor.In bocker,s* s man of plain oomora acnsr, dis. gentleman road a remark,which attracted the secure ; for, there can U l
and to the virtues which be is bound to prac- a word, the precepts of masonry aro coextensive cretion and age,to likewise. But all this attention of the lady, and throwing back her db thstno Somhernerwould dbgrace hlmv D f
And when the beauteous spirit there ice, and tells us, with the certainty of historic with the moral law ; and, whilst it is not furthering the object of my writing to veil to answer, enabled! the stranger to catcha lel; by placing his foot 0 the deck of the vet. t
Flung over all its golden chain truth, that there, in all the force of detail, we l leaves the obligation of that law to rest unimpaired you on the present occasion. I wish to glace of her features. An ejaculation of ) in which he would b compelled to sit t
My mother's voice came on the air, may find his character written. We are,then, upon us as men, it imposes its precepts tell you of un accident 'that happened to me surprise escaped him, and a scream from the the samo table, and & in the same cabin a S
Like the light dropping of the rain, %left to the enquiries, what is free masonry 1- with mystic force upon us as masons. And some time since, when coming from Halifax l lady proved that she was startled in no slight with a neg t
And resting on some silver star what the faith which it teaches? what the virtues its gentle and silent influences reach not only to Boston, on board the packe1..Lri A_, degree. Mary f-" Charles 1" and in a make successfull speculation,
The spirit of a bended knee which it enjoins ? from brother to brethren, but extends to their It was all) owing to these unhappy straps I- moment a sceno rarely witnessed off of tho observes the Richmond Whig, we may ex.
I've poured a deep and fervent prayer It is a system of natural religion, around i I wucsand children, to their widows and or. One of iny fellow passengers was a fat old lady stage was performed in tho omnibus. The peer to see the steamers uwd with the tree t
That our eternity might be- which the olden time has gathered its wierd phans. And that its benefits may be secured who suffered very much from ea.li kness. two persons who had entered the carriage as negroes, prelendingjo lawYllayel eager
To rise in heaven like stars at night. beauty. It is a system which reason sustains to the fraternity, it teaches an universal Ian. More than twenty times in the day the old strangers were in each other's arms, the lady to avail themselves o it 1
And tread living! path ol light. jy the severest logic which she brings to the guage, by which, when brothers from stranger. woman would put the good nature of the stew: in tears, the gentleman exhibiting by his e bbs. If my LnLand my Lord B end t.
Fur the FIorMiau. investigation of moral truth ; and the heart is lands: aro met, brotherly]love is made to prevail ard, who was a jolly Irishman, to the test, by voice and caresses, the extreme of joy. Sir C. an Right t'. Bishop ., wit '4
WOMAN. won to its adoption by tho loftiness of its faith and every moral and social virtue to unite wishing to be logged upon deck, and then below In two days from that time, the widow was their -slaer followers, would !n
Jl Fourth qf July Toast dJ ank in 1511 and the purity of its precepts. For its foun- them." again : insomuch that they used to call no )longer; a widow, nor the stranger a bache. attention groat Irish charnel h or
B.T THI "BACK WOOD*' ARTIST" dation is laid upon principles of eternal truth, Such is a general outline of the system of her "Mrs. Tec.totum." Sometimes she long lor. even to the lanes and collars of teir own
its portals swing back to tho uttermost ends of which St. John the Baptist was un eminent I cd to recline on the deck ; but then it was The secret of this sudden change of cir. splendid Itrpla they might scenes
Dear angel of this lower sphere he earth, and its faith, like a spire, reaches patron ; and such, a brief sketch of the pre. cold and shaped nothing to wrap ]herself up cumstances is thus explained. Some twelve of.miscry a cries of agony, such .
With ruby lips and trembling curls; up to heaven. epts by the practice of which be rendered with. I made: myself a great favorite with years ago, tho two persons whoso names we never were, or will b seen or heard in any '
What is there worthy of thee here, It is a level upon which all mankind may himself illustrious among his brethren. her by spreading out my buffalo robe and "tuck- have given as Mary": and Charles" resided rico or cotton fed, negro cabin, Sotith oftho'
Fair creature of the higher worlds meet ; for it knows no rank except that of goodness Think, then, what! a world were this, if all ing her up" with my cloak. You hero no in a little town of Western Pensylvania. Potomac. have the name of slavery t
The God of love has laid the plan, it acknowledges no creed save those elemental mankind were truly masonic. It would be a doubt been to sea, and arc acquainted with the The former was the belle of the village: and --they, the stern reality, viz : the slavery of
Given thee as a beacon-light principles upon which the civilized world without a fall," for no wrong could exceedingly easy toilets ladies and gentleman the latter, some two or three years her seniorwas necessity and want, wit thei gaunt cp S
To fallen and unguarded man, world agree. It spreads the cement of broth. hen bo done. All hearts, like the stars of make (and unmake) on ship board.: Follow I her lover. The match was perfectly ions famine and ,
To guide him through this vale of night erly love over passion and prejudice,and binds heaven, would unite in shedding a pure, soft ing the general practice, I usually, in pulling i. satisfactory: to the friends of both parties ; the disease and premature death to make up the
Then let the world in rct'rence bow in close union, tho discordant elements which ]ight on earth ; and the breathings of every off my ** fie-for-shames," hung them up to young man bearing: an excellent]] character. sad distance,of the loathsome and horrible picure. I
And the of thy party, sect and nation, have made. Like thesun heart, like mists around a mountain height, the ceiling of the stateroom, opposite the door, Before the timo fixed of their marriage, however .
own scepter away
laurel wreathea to deck, thy brow, its first rising was in the cast, westward would gather around the throne ofGod, and with my boots dangling in them. The oldlady's misfortune came upon the lover, reduc low much paceablyaD comfortably] adds
Bring And diamond-sands- to strew thy has been its course ; and still like the BUD, it flow with all the beauty of suusct clouds. berth was immediately opposite mine ; ing him from comparative affluence to penury ho; IV/tig, the wou 0 ifthe. pea
way. has diffused a warmth and light through every The ills, which would still be incident to human and ono morning she woke much earlier than and at the instance of her relatives,the engagement pie who inhabit it as IOlcit unostentatiously
I May Virtue's holy light enshrine nation through which it has passed.It existence, would bo half forgot in resig usual, bating been prevented from sleeping E was postponed, and finally broken. to relieve the Iring a want !
Thy brow' celestial, graceful curve, claims no divine origin, but was erected nation whero there was no wrong, and tho by certain' serious qualms.' Tho doors of Depressed in spirits by this double misfortune I that' beset their daily paths, AXD rucrKEFTSE
., And mortals own thee as divine, by human hands in an age now far remote ; warm sympathy of our fellow-men would soften both our state rooms happened to bu wide open the youth left his: home, no one knew whith. TO SEES instead of extenl theirJfEWSPAPEKEMBLAZOirED
Whom chcrnbims delight to enc. and, like a watch-tower, it still stands whilst them when thus half forgot. But alas! the and Mrs. Tee-to-tum, casting her eyes rHUASTnKOFT tO I
Companions mayst thou always find dynasties, empires and other systems, lie scat. selfishness of tho world. It freezes the pure, over toward mine, saw a sight which would er.A year or two afterward/ our }heroine, still ends of tho world, in BEAC of objects of benevolence -
To suit thy taste-of noble birth; tered, in moralizing ruin, around it. bright fountains of the heart ; and, with a dark hare mado every particular-hair to stand on inconsolable i for the loss of her lover, attract. whd in most cs would b hpi.
The rays of Science fill thy mind It teaches that three is but one God, whose background, they do but mirror tho misfor end" if she had had any of her own. She cd the attention of a rich old fellow residing or and better if they were alone .
Thou blest inhabitant of Earth. land alike did fashion the little] flower which tunes which befall us. It knows no principle, i shrieked out at tho top of her voice : Oh, near this city. He was a bachelor: ] and had Times.
, And when thy bright career is done blossoms by the brook as "it lingers near," save its own gratification ; and it pursues God I lOb,Lord Ob,Lord Captain! Mate neither chick nor child of his own. Indifferent
: May thy pure spirit be forgiven and tho suns and their attendant worlds, and through wrong, over the desccratred sanctuaries Oh,Lord Oh Mr. W-has hung himself as to what became of her, the girl suffered AZan Dl.-TO annexed anecdotes
s 1 And thou, far brighter than the nun, the systems and their attendant systems, while of the heart, tho ends which in its madness He's dead he's dead !1" Out rushed her relatives to dispose of her hand, and humbr Bawo] It i is
Shine forth a glorious orb in heaven' on, and on, and on, throughout the infinity of it would attain. And still more, alas I the passengers from every berth, and down he mado what was called a successful matchin well known that rmr hasa
Monticello, Fla. space, make tho ever-continuing harmony of that among many who claim to be brethren, came tho whole ship's crew ; and such another marrying the rich old bachelor. Three slight tinge uf black ia his blood:
the universe. It teaches that ho is a God of free masonry is professed but as a mystery, its peal of laughter broad Atlantic never y ears after their marriage her husband: died, A person more cecSarkable for inquisitiveness .
[ wisdom and of power, of justice and of love. faith become an abstraction and its precepts before echoed. And all this was caused leaving her every dollar of his estate. Independent than for correct breeding-one of those ,
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1 It I points to an all-seeing Eye, and teaches us, degeenrated into mere formulas. And yet it by my boots dangling in those pantaloons by now.of the world, she determined who devoid of clc and reckless rb "I
that though lie hath made human life a scene were strange, if tho distinction first made their unfortunate straps. to spend tho remainder Ler dine .Tuglc-a peT N..... u I' .,
Masonic Address. of chequered good and ill, though He bath among angels, did not now exist among masons mourner for the fate which had so destroyedthe ion Mr. Dumas rather closely concerning f hi-
I : made the smile of joy oftentimes but the light in all its original force. But let us not Exhaustion of Talk.-How long the lamp happiness oCher young love's dream. She genealogical tree. .t
MAHIAXXA, 24th June, 1817. effected from some future tear, yet that His therefore abandon our institution: as a thing conversation holds out to burn, between two removed to this city, where she has resided for **You arc a quadroon,Mr. Dumas T" he b
Bso. W. METES : providence, like the horizon, ever follows and which is not good ; for again, it is like the sun, persons only, is curiously set down in the nearly sc'enears unknowing and unknown gas."I
Dr. Sir:-We return to you our thanks for surrounds us; and that the tear, which is shed which, though darkened by spots, is still the following passage from: Count Gonfallonicr's] -living onlylin: the world ofa mournful memory am, sir," quietly replied Dumas, wh I
the Address delivered this day in the Methodist i in bitterness of heart, is but a dewdrop which sun. But, on the contrary, let us return to our account of his imprisonment; enlivened only by an occasional thoughtthat has sense enough not to b.ashamed of a de
Church, before Iiarmoay.Lodge, No. 3 ; and has been gathered in a flower.It avocations in life, fixed and strengthened in "I am an old mm now ; yet by fifteen sho might yet meet with her heart's cho cent he cannot conceal.
wo request a copy for publication.With teaches that there is an efficacy in prayer heart-made resolves ever to cherish tho faith years! my soul is younger than my body !- sen. "And your father!"
high regard, -that the whisperings of the heart come back and practice the virtues of our brother, whose Fifteen years I existed/ for I did not live-it By a singular! coincidence, ho happened: tobe Was a mulatto." _
Yours fraternally, upon it with the softness of twilight, to elevate birthday wo arc met to commemorate. was not life-in tbe self samo dungeon ten in our city, where he had arrived a few "And your grandfather!" \ I
JAS. J. FITTMAN, ) very sentiment and purify every feeling. feet square During six years I had a com. days before from Now Orleans, and was a- ** A negro, hui'lwer(tho dramatist,
ELIJAH BRYAN, Committee. For by expressing our gratitude to tho Deity, About Paying Dells-Now and then an panion ; during nine I was alone] I never bout> paying visit to the garrison on the day on who patience wa .
JOS. W. RUSS, J JBKETOZEN could distinguish tho faco of him A ho which she called the omnibus for the I inquire what
we keep actively alive thoso feelings which honest man is to be found ; poor but puro ; rightly purposeof "An may your great grand- a
make us worthy of the blessings that we re. ready to suffer rather than do wrong ; willing shared iny captivity in the eternal twilight of an excursion in the same neighborhood. fther was 1" "
:-It was very gratifying to mo eive ; and by asking the welfare of others, to sacrifice privileges and pleasures, when our cell. The first year we talked incessant- They recognised each other in a moment, ape, sir,!' thundered Dumas, with a
learn that you were pleased with the address and for strength to accomplish our own lauda. they must bo had at others' expense ; and ly together ; wo related our past lives, our mutual explanations ensued, he was still un iercencM that made his impertinent interrogator
which I delivered to-day ; and, as it met with LIe ends wo aro made to pursue "the line," determined to ]live up to the golden rule. joys| forever gone, over and over again. The married, and her wildest hopes were realizedby shrink into the smallest possible r
your Approbation, I feel no hesitancy in sub and to follow the admonitions of" the plumb." They aro the elect of debtors, men to be truscd next year we communicated to each other our her union with the husband ofher girlhood's "An ape, sir; my pedigree comp.
mitting a copy publication. I regret, how. It teaches that right has a reward,and wrong always ; and we wish to commend their thoughts and ideas en all subjects. Tbo third choice. your terminates."
ever, that time and circumstance:: did not allowme a punishment ; and leads to the conclusions, example to the immitation of their brethrentho year, wo had no ideas to communicate ; wo We havo tho names of the parties in this The father of Alexander Dumas, the repb !
to give a little more extended view of a that wrong extinguishes the pure, glad light othe f land over. were beginning to lose tho power of reflection little romance in our possession, and would len general of the same name, was a
rjstem which might, with justice, claim to be, heart, and kindles in its stead a sickly and We repeat the remark made in a former are The fourth, at tho interval of a mouth jive them were it necessary. Tho bridge to in St. Domingo,the son of a Degress
at least, one of the proudest fabrics of the human I fiendish glare ; and that, though virtue cannot, icle-religion that docs not make a man hon. or &0YO would open our lips to ask each groom had gone to the South, success had and of the white Marquis de la Pailleterie.3y .-
mind. I remain, in spite of adversity; render us happy,yet thatit est is not worth having. Tho church oughtto other ifit were indeed possible that the world crowned his efforts ; and ho kis by this time what )legitimatizing process the bend sinister .
With very high regard, can soften the ills we bear, and temper the be moro thoroughly instructed on this sub. went on aa gay and bustling as when wo for. on his way with his bride to his plantation in was erased, and the marquisate prane f
lour Brother, heart to an active resignation.It jcct, and a higher tone sentiment cherished. med a portion mankind. The fifth we were Louisiana. Their history affords materialsfor we have hitherto been unable to ur '
WADE KEYES.To points to tho star upon the coffin, and bidsus Neglect to pay debts should bo made a matter silent. The sixth, he was taken away, I nev- half a dozen novla that proof of romantic .
1.u.1. PrmcAX, look with submission for an existence be. of church discipline, as really and as firmly cr knew where, to executon or to liberty ; attachment are still extant in this humdrum Two colored gentleman in the We
Etum Bay I.N, yond the bit I was glad when he was even sol.itodo worlds of We the &
grave- as swindling or stealing. There is no need gono ; ours. hope parties may out possum bunting, by a a
Jos. W. Russ. .Whpre Hope shall in enjoyment die, of sophisticating the conscience by giving a was better than the dim vision of that i\elo enjoy through long years happiness, l ll 1arge cave with quite alma entrance. Peepng 1
ADDRESS. And Faith to intuition turn"- general name to vice, and covering up its pale vacant face. After that I was alone, ho rowed of their fidelity to pay their early l in,they discovered young bearwhelpsn !
An existence in which, by analogy, we mayrise depravity for fear hurting people's feelings. only one event broko in upon nino years va vow*. the interior. Look here,Sam,"said one,
IForvAtp/uZ Master, from degree to degree, until we shall have There is no moro moral or legal wrong doneto cancy. One day it must have been D.year or while 1 goes dar, and gefs de young bar,you f
\ ardttu, and Brethren : reached the utmost tension of our nature.It mp by the man who steals my purse, than two after my comlaniolllefi me, tho dungeondoor March of Jrm .-AD. honest farmer in the ,ju watch here for tho old bar." Sam got
'Occasions like this were originally intended. regards man as a being with an intellec 1 by him who takes*my goods and neglects to was opened, and a votee-whence proceeding State of Pennsylvania married a miss from a asleep in the sun, when, opening his eyes, noudJenly 1
to cultivate: those feelings. which prompt to \irtaous teal and moral nature. And it commends to i pay for them, when he has it in his pokey r I knew not-uttered these words :- fashionable boarding school, for his second s espied the old she bear scrouging L
:I action.: It was then believed, that an him the cultivation of soar mind, that ho ma and it is due. But the first man is called a 1 By orders of his imperial majesty: I intimateto wile. He was struck dumb with her eloquence her way into the a a wi he
example was a precept with a living spirit, be enabled the better to acknowledge the wisdom thief and is put in jail ; the second is called a you that your wife died year ago.' Then and learning. caught her by the tail and held o l bl
which: reached the heart with the warmth of power and goodness of the Deity,-that Christian, and sits at the Lord's table I the door was shut, and I heard no moro ; they You must (said he) bore a hole thro' the Hello,dar !I" said Jumbo in the ct'o ; f
aa affection.. But now, such occasions are be may be enabled the better to contribute to Scarcely a moro serious stumbling block isis had but flung this great agony upon me and solid airth, and chuck in a millstone, and she'll ]o, dar, Sam, what darks de hole dar !"- !:
generally regarded as mere parade, which, affording the happiness of his fcllow.men, and that be the way of the world than this want of left me alone with it. tAn you to a shavin hour long the stone will Bless you Jumb save.your: yourself boa.
an opportunity for rhetorical display, may be enabled, whilst rightly seeking his honesty among professing Christians. Men be\ going'clean through. She has larnt kirn- ey, for if cum out,you'll find what '
furnish an hour's pastimo to a crowd.. And own happiness in life, tho better to prepare business are urging it daily as a proof that old gentleman fell in love with a young istry and cockneyology, and talks a heap a. darke de hole I"Avolunteer ou '.
yet, such pastime may be not without profit. himself for station in that lady named Page. In a ball room the young ,
a lodge on high in religion is vain, and wo cannot deny tho force bout ox hides and comical infinities. I used
For the Present U not the only world in which which the Supreme Architect himself] presides of the arguments which they find in the common lady dropped her glove ; when instantly he for to think that it was air that I sucked in ev. who has returned from te-I j
m .u may live ; and If it were, his high and It requires him to cultivate his moral nature, laxness moral principles on this point picked it up and on handing it said : cry time that I expired ; howsomever,she tel. Mexican war, sajs-" I have seen the
noble nature would soon become as grovelling and enjoins the practice of every virtue as a in tho church itself. And it is no unusual 41 If from the glove; you take the letter g, led me that she kuowed belter-she tolled me phant, trun.tusks and all, and &more than I
U the lowest of brute creation. But there isan duty which he owes to himself.: thing to find men of tho world far more rigidin Then glove makes the love which I present to thee. that I had been suck in' in two kinds of gin went out a Polk soldier, and return
ideal world, in which the aspirations of the It holds that truth is a divine attribute, and the discharge of their pecuniary obligations To which she replied : ox gin and high gin 1 My\ stars I'm a tumbledown a Taylor Whig."
heart take shapes of beauty, and a world inhicL. i foundation of virtue And if from Page OU tab the letter I'%
,, the every ; and, thcrcfreh than many professors of religion. Thus the ) teo-towtal temperance man, and yet A Wooden< Pulse.-A lady who was desired
still and that do for
remain the things and c%'cuts, to be good and true, is the first lesson" whicht i people of God are put to shame by tho professedly Then 1'a;c mikes age trw have been drinking ox gin and high gin all my by her to extend her coveredit
tna.de.the Present that is gone. And Heaven teaches. Hence, sincerity and }plain deal wicked. Wo wish that this wcro more I loved my wife," said a wag, "at first, as life." with physician her sleeve she held it ps He frit
hu given to man the angel-wings of thought 4 ing should distinguish the craft, whilst hypocrisy frequently) made tho subject of public discussion much as any body did love a wife-for the first it off a his glove. "A woolen
upon which he can bear himself to that ideal and deceit should bo unknown amongstus. and that some of our churches, especially ;wo months, I actually wanted to cat her up, The Needle.-How often have I blessed pulse witho, tn, a buckskin ; .
world or upon which he can measure tho far ." those in commercial places, would bring tad ever sinco thon Tec been sorry I didn't." my needle for rescueing me from the tempta cian." s "ra pfp
stretching Past, andbe; with those who lived
It regards men as social and dependent be discipline to bear upon those who are criminally said lions which assail the other sex and
while of the How to pick a Spree.u say, an urchin Bright "
the first
note, morning-Uan still ing&., who partake the same nature and share delinquent in paling honest debts.- tho the innocent little whether Tight &i.C her noy lad,
in the street otherday ; "you're implement, plied over
echoed through the Universe. And thus Le the and teaches that hemmed in i said an mie yean of :
same Lope, 2: Observer. what stole marbles." tasteful luxuries in the aorel b .
fellow or gaining pit
be drawn from'his avocations in life asked
Buy ; and boy came
by and misfortunes bound to aid Te attorney .
are ,
of a.
No I ainL"- taxies of if day, thou art equally the friend
t sabbath in the heart be made. And thus be tried next 1" The t :
be awakened thoso which teach support and protect each other; and that" wo A noblo lord asked a clergyman; once at tho Then I'm a liar, am I tIt and without moro her whose visions tend to wander amid the answered c w A case between the Jw. d>' '
nay with the voice of that the should join heart and tonguu iu promoting bottom of his table, why the goose, if there 1 ado pitched into him. regions of higher abstractions, and of her yer the devil which do will pope a ";
Dljstiny, angelwings each other's welfare and in in each ; you thi gala
rejoicing the
down tread
was one, was always placed next to the whose thoughts are pinned to
of thought are but the prototypes of strongerwiogs other's prosperity." tft"Roa.11y parson Deep Red.-A lawyer in ono of the northem mill of minute Quiet rescuer action!" The boy I guess i will ':

which shall bear man .. a world of It regards man as a being, whom passion ," said ho, "I can give no cities having a very red face, which it was from clubs thy and midnight progress revels, among the mi. be a pretty t 4 squeeze ; the pope got .
which the Past and;Ideal! are but fypificalions. may lead for a moment fiuto wrong, uho&e for it ; Carryout question is so odd that reason I shall understood was not the effect of living on nor blessings woman's. lot, thou shah not the most money,ba the davil has got the most ;
And thus, too, he may J learn to .feel, with'tho judgment may misdirect him, and whoso mo never see a'goose again without thinking ol skimmed milk, was told that he was not muchof be forgotten I Still come, and let thy fairy I"en" .;
force .
of a practical. truth, that hia actions in life tit* and actions be a lawyer.
may impugned and wand shine her still!lend ambitious
per. on ; an joy lady ,
lordship.0Ifc poetess ;
are he J bt sopping-stones to the position whichtake rested (by malice, by ignorance,and by the suspecting your Why,'sir,?'aid he, ** I have been called to the playthings of the girl ; still move unconsciously Cw i ra J TA, the rh rmlng-
1 rill when the silver cord shall! bo vileness of other hearts, and I it */Indian Till.-A boy in Jamaica was the deepest read lawyer in tho city." under the glittering smile of the maid 'ea manner imaginable-- 1. .;

the L"ast Occasions,to I able
'key aoem to be are of the ro. ,table unto all men. But it does not. teach ,turned his arched neck upon the boy, as if maps the mother roves to herbuy In on long kla,my Whole son! through. ;
th of I" whO
sac And in defiance and contempt. ,V on't will state matrimony Loh' M/ lip.a sunlight '
:: institutions aDd bat undiscrirainating charity which covers go, the distant daughter d d
dear retired SteSso.
iu the
.. Oh ,
C o. o
their pre loag paid them as'a tribute to alike the f fault and tho vice, the folly and the you? feel grand' do you? I guess you forgot my watching by the sick bed of onewho has A ,overtook another o.h tribe oo t
We idkrtnom dead. crime. It would be warring against the heart your father was a jackass. An editor out wcst, objects Jhe substhv.tion heretofore toiled for,her ; still sooth the long, the per and thus accosted h "H:

0( our.,n Ia a f80"0* with ua s 'cm custom 'to inculcate such a precept ;. for ono of the Good og.-*' Bob, is that dog of yours a'' of ladies for wine At our'iblic dinners, dreamy momenta of faithful love ; and though friend, wba d o 700 carry!" "
b [__*'*l:.baremet(! to commoiaorate the .strongest safeguards of a virtue is the hatred pointer'" "No, he is half hunter and 6 elf- because'they: are much dearer a tear upon thy shining Whiskey, was the p.ompt 'reply. \"Good," ,
ill usttl0U5. bt MQ tho Baptist, lie is not .or contempt of a mere'ripe is ;guilty of the opnosiuz tetter. He bunts for bones when he is bun The fill that is most Ukcll*to injure a per.sou's i !Im Go a rust of despair, pc .s&44.the. other, "you may go. .ahead;./xarrv
for deeds!I of high dariug upon the_ .I. vice cr-tiioae.: And' it pas VPOII tbs s gry and sits by the store when he is satisfied.J ." brain la-to fallialovc with pretty girl I.. t i tby dower.nrrs"Clhnarr.Y 1 lea"t. t
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p Late .tasss Vera Cruz. poor l JUtf .CELfeBRATION AT &tresttoV the most t ,' thiu'Meo1'the7: *sever forget .
.t .r, MUNT1CELUX history. < tfa* hoorabWpeaceIa.1b4nobled object morema* aSlaSSsMeB .
fi'to t.C't ,i Th9} enab %t ipNevrWeans; bas just nrrl- ;oT our National Indepen .By Got. Wm. D. Maj. General of,h 0 bk>: &- : !JBy which we are now mjpge* V ,. .t
4 -:., Ted from Vera,Cruz, which place she left on in Florida, Bailey: The people MOee1. choose a fight- ;Captain Joha: Steven,' : Union of the pmenVtte Tlew-f of' :' tte 25thr and Uings.4Sf tick and wounded, & MlcUo being on not talking General Slate: May It L I to all.lovers of Liberty T, _, rZ 0.
t{ ndcr the charge of D*..McFarlane.t taken 3 pt and* interesting 4h day By,Gen.I Bailejv Lieut. William G. Mose- J ,May the Inf Abolitionist,1who tei luont 0.ccatzth, <

!. .) 1 W/o feavw, by thi"arrival the.EUgfo! of., cUB a Monticello. The lefenn leI, of the Dragoons If the 'fortune of.war for popularity aDd slrDwmat t t.ir What'De whe ln atbsj.

. ', : cndUuf Sua. of-Ambuac of 24ib, but find Blues, the ,bol call at of the volunteers now present would destroy the, do. IhatolMtL.. .

. :; otlung of interest in tken We learn, how. groy citizens county battle-field, may their; debut be u gal. receive the suffrages of a virtuous,people. It dico'no pon w' who ',1, e
. ".ri'., ever, verbally that (ha day tho New Orleans be te a o lef"r, the lant as that of our.Ite fellow' soldier, Lieut. By J. A. Er. Our Country: May hit D,who whine 1"1e '

. i left, information had been received, that Gen.Pillow those araue* prominent men of Moseley. she be always ; right or wron ourcountry at this country a taf

J .-i*i who had left a shott timo previous, hers public generally, were in. By Col. J. II. Scales. General St may always. foulssperaion'vpondier.and _
:: \: :;' with train, bad bad an engagement with off mentioned volunteer com boast of his Vera Cruz and Cerro but By G. W. Taylor. Our wives,.friends and intellectual who r Do fle vp tit l&f.l**

. At. ... the guerrillas whom be had repulsed, killing nel in the morning ,in full,un!. General Taylor's Buena Vista is Worth moro sweethearts.By who strength to and knk
e) :;:..<: 30 oCt them. hero the squadronofcavalry being than all he can Bragg on. P. R. Bevill. Maj. J. H. Verdict: Anaccomplished struggle to hard to bring dugncc' .
public. What
"(; ;: r" Tbc'fighting took place near Cerro Gordo, sing Cnpt. Bchn, of Lowndej Co., By William"Gorman. The Mexican war: officer and gentema. I means .thJsnswer I Lt_ _

t 't Lut no details have been reccif d. invitation, and the Riflemen May it speedily be terminated with honor to S By Cap.T. M. laj.l.l.Ver- it.Thewap -
": .'.I. Gen. Cadwallader had: reached Jalapa terday The Jefferson Hus the Unite States, and glory to the American dier: gallant commnder Ford 0 our part t
:;; 'I" ;' but had saved only about 80 out of 200 wag- Gen William Ballet and Cavaliers : An accomplished ful. This it th gmt D.t

, .. pns, ho having been obliged to burn the others last ; ) and Stag; and Maj. rohn- By Dr. B. W. Taylor. General Zachary finished scholar. I Congress which did tit* Ttaw.

,N in consequence of the mules beingJtilled. satisfy all in full and splendll uni. Taylor: Brave and skilful in his generalship, By Col. G. W. Call. Maj. J. H. Verdier: our country her portion t. wa. 0 I
tt The;vomlio was very bad at Vera Cruz, : tion. hI town to the ground independent and republican in his political A Bayard in war and a Pelham io love. fellow-citizent"- have been .enticed I t "
WL. and thq) deaths numerous. has tho squadron pre sklfully princples strong and elighten! in his judg Major Verdier then arose and me a few by that Con ,whp and democr u. ,

" ; ? A letter from an officer of the army, at to use Beln and the Major General mEnt, is worthy of the highest office in the beautiful and eloquent remarks to auienc the wicked lru.which rei ttw J

;1'- Vera Cruz states they had, received informa. the Riflemen in a com gift of the American people. closing with (the fbllowing'sentiment act of Ti. it A

lion from the capital!, via Orizaba, that Santa for I The Major Genera1.very and Dllenry E. Verdier. Maj. Gen. Worth : Florida: The flower garden of the Sot ; and more wide-sweeping one,which u u ll

:t,.. Anna had been declared Dictator, but with. ty of Col. Call and Col.! Sales, and lofty courage displayed at the the land of chivalric spirits and generous evitable ireDt.w,that tie people Ce '

;,If,: \' out authority to make peace. That bo was : were then storming of Monterey, proclaim him the Chevalier hearts ; the land of maidens bright and beau 1 blind intellect, 1 deam he ar.11
the head of and that General ofccr I of tho tiful Venus when erst sho came forth fresh suffered themselves to .
t \) > at 30,000 men ( ) the town_ of Bayard army. a b dup ilto fnliw,,
Scott was within 25 miles ofthc city. Auoth. eight After a brief presence interval, By Maj. J. II. Verdier. Gen. Z. Taylor: from the soft creation of the wave. to join in i with mad pretended B {&

: :/ er fight,was thought to be inovitabJe.l was formed near the Court The man who never surrenders. His brilliant By M. Walker. The State of Florida : ism, and even noW with a Ike, tttnjTT

:l .'' :,' The lame letter also states that General no Thomas M. Palmer, of the achievements at Palo Alto, Rcsica de la Pal Distinguishedjfor its hospitality and generosity, (ore them, which whig industry hs Iected h

j J :. Alvarez is between Perote and Puebla, and Scott's Marshall of tho Day, as ma and Monterey, are only eclipsed by the the beauty of iL women, and chivalry of its circulated, are stupidly waiting b enjolplrtir

,:.:. : 'i.s making great exertions, with a view to at. Stevens, of tho Riflemen, memorable triumph of Buena Vista. The men. the horrid "demoralization* which this war
1 ::':;:: tack and destroy Gen. Cadwalladcr. His iGlh tho Blues, and Thomas P. military skill, lofty courag indomitable cner- By J. IT. T. Loriracr. The Slate of Florida prepare for them. I Public sentiment"f too _'
: force is reported to ba 5000 men, and increa. marched up Jell rson street gy and reveranco on that great : Possessed almost unlimited natural re. to shrink back from the precipice. TbcoA t fri
I :.. & ng. Gen. C., it will be recollected, left where a rostruai and convene occasion proclaim him the greatest General of soures washed on three sides by tho Allan- I clearly teD that the "(alsest o( pretence ,

tf.'J'- Vera Cruz with about 1400 men, and aj he him, ladies and gentlemen had the age, and rank with Gonsalvo de Cordova, Oean and the Gulf of Mexico, by judicot grossest of illusions has placed them whet

) will probably hear of(his Mexican force pro- Thero were several dislin- John of Marlborough, Marshal Turenne, and legislation,and a good government, des are.yet they are to eormptio.. tin
dize wit |
.L :! vious reaching Perote he will no doubt ward in the procession, among tho Chevalier Bayard.By tined to become one of the wealthiest and most tent upon succeeding in a' _
F ): baIt until joined by Gen. Pillow, who has and Go'erorVilIiam M. D. Papy. Col. Jefferson Davis : important members of the American Union. war" to take one thought newtn&1 j
': "t" .: 1800 men. The two detachments joined, it-the Gen. Bailey, lon.rm.l. Upon the bat Ie.feld, By Dan'l. B. Bird. The American Nar normous evils. What delightful confident ,, .

J.. :0... will, no doubt, be able to force their way to Jalapa. and :M. D. Covered with When thick all embattled ,squadron*, bright May it sail on a sea of glory, and wafed here in the intelligence and honesty cf the{* .|!

.al"". Gen. Scott's head quarters.Alcuerhasheenreceirod. Court. Tho Declaration of Arms and flaming swords and fiery steeds, the gales of prosperity, always port OM! no ; it would b detraction from the tbhu tf

1.-' :,: : by the Xew Or.t with then read by Cornet Robert Reflecting blaze on blaze,first met his view, of victory.TIE. whi politicians to suppose that the people! tm. _

:, ... leans from a Mexican officer of rank, which I tween Blues, after a suit. He exhibited to his admiring Regiment the e any mite of hew acmpI.hments -

f ., states thero is no prospect of peace ; that even of prayer by the Rev. N. M. courage of 1 veteran, and tho capacity of a FLORIDIAN. But, the worst part the charge i jet to be a*,
t the capture of the capital, would not produce ; very eloquent and animated sidered. The Intelligencer would have ,
:'!'i : that result, and that the war will bo prosecuted, The crcd by William S. Dihvorth, hero.By a Yolunl cr. Col. Jefferson Davis and that the harm of the i"in tcAWbafc 1 b*&,

It \ :.: on tho part of the Mexican, with moro vigor Hussars, amidst plaudits his Mississippians : Whilst tho American citi. "LIT us ALOWE." in remorseless cruelty, and inftlldettruetm :

1 :;;: and bitterness than ever. For all this, of at the ring. zens remember Buena Vista, they will never This i outrageous!beyond endurance. I *

I a course, due allowance must be made, coming 21st companies and citi. want a V. Saturday, July 10, 1847. world to b told that we are engaged Watl
a. : : from the source we have mentioned, though guests, then re. By Major J. B. Johnson : The memory of morseless cruelty and rapine ? it to i mu"
that the do that table under beau Arrival and Departure of Mall,. I h wnRn'our i
inclined to believe, enemy placed a those th
r' we are who gavo birth to the day we celebrate. history that we war thus wickedjwit'd
I ".: :. not entertain' any intentions making peace. follow China trees hard by, By J. T. Budd. Gen. Taylor: May the NORTHERN AND WESTERN-Arrives Wednesdays, hellish purpose 1 Is our posterity fab v0
't If the is correct, that Santa Anna asf.f.i Our sumptuous and elegantly Frdays, and Sundays, by 3 o'clockA.M. Open by lo""C I
report pre kindred spirit of a Washington, La Fayctto, for this Vila enormity of their fathers it
been invested with authority, with the with tho usual cctcras, i G o'clock, A. M. Closes Sundays, Tuesdays, and r 1 It
t supremo e and Jackson, in dovo-liko shape, ever guide, believed through all time,that our country,with
# the of the to make it them wit, sentiment and Thursdays, at S o'clock, P. M. tr-
\" t exception power peace hilarity direct and protect him. cry department of its government,sustained
,: looks very ominous of a determination to fight ravine, (t.o. board. Tho Hon. I3y W. II. Andrews. Gen. George Washington EASTERN M.utArri"e Thursdays and Sundays aid o( men of all parties,has and by tbt
, ; it out on tho part of the enemy. The next ad. some being called on : The father of his County: Thoughthe by 6 o'clock, P. M. Closes Saturdays and Tuesdays, prosecuted a war of wholesale wantonly murder and wflfaHj-

, -,i'. ; rices will be looked for with great interest, not by tho and addressed the company heirs of the Union are seen fighting for the at 8 o'clock P.M.MONTCELL less cruelty? Are our gallant officers KB aaJiol.diers ..

T':' t;i only from the head quarters of Gen. Scott, but appropriately. He said right of their country, they are found feeding MAltArive Mondays and Thurs to have their a fame to
:_1t.. also from the detachments with Generals Pillow streets tho lato Congress was en. tho famishing poor of Great Britain. days by 6 o'clock, P. M. Closes Mondays and record as wholesale commite an 1
t and Cadwallader.We of any with his previously avowed Wm. McMillan.! Thursdays, at 8 o'clock, P. M.NEWPORT muren pe-
ff By George
Washington : secutors? We cannot see that sentence in
',''to t'r make the following extracts from tho the \ and that ho approved of all Ho- died childless that a nation might call him MAIL-(Not permanent)-Arrives on to Mr. Ingtrsoll means thing thi ltctnaot rtplj
in Vera of tho present Adminis. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, bylz o'clock,P. any el be
Vera Cruz father.
: :
t ;" papers said that it aims only at Mr. Polk and ,
t speaker then conclu M. Closes Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at i ClN
f !1. Captain Duperu's company of U. S. dragoons By E. E. acLur. John C. Calhoun : Whatever share these may have had i caning tie
his fellow citizens on S o'clock, P.M.THOHASJLLE
Too honest
have received their horses. They paraded I too inJependent and to pure to war, they are not worse murderers and penenton
prosperity and dis. be claimed by party; he is, therefore, MAIL-Arrives WenedaYI, by 7 than those whoso the
A fine wkieh
streets guide
tI! through our jcsterday. weapons
; Our people. Mr. Papy, I the nation's o'clock, P. M. Closes Wednesdays,at S o'clock, P. hand
company it is.. We shall soon earn some of General emphatically great man. M. consummate the ciime. The soldiers who lm
Verdier, and some others,
Daniel Bird. Tho President
next A
I By : no more from the
their ts. than
exempt charge
'. ; ;; eXIlo and called upon, also delivered Southern man with Southern principles ; no t: Tho Post Offce will be open from 7 to S those who planned the murder. o mm.er

; 'i, We had the pleasure enjoying an invita.fm speeches, which con. Wilniot proviso man, notwithstanding be may A. M., on Sundays, to deliver Northern and We know these
whig politicians
tion to be present on the occasion of tho amputation Dancing to the entertainment of the claim to be Democrat, and recommended by Western Mail,and from G to 7 o'clock, P. M.,same rate the acts of the from attempt those t lp
of two legs, above the knee, on Saturday few Lieut. Gen. Thomas II. Bcnton. day,to deliver Eastern Mai.Clebraton government 0 t
soldiers, to criminate the former
: ; last, where that great assistant in surgical cases ty of : was the finest and most Samuel Carrol. May tho wrath of an while t acquit
. ,:. By Go Qnlney. the latter; but, so those acts are
'X. (the Lclhcon) was used. Tho subjects were without of any we have ever had and the of free I la a COed
indignation a people, We have received the proceedings of the 4th in which are charged ucrimesthis cannot done.
"t- two men who had been conveyed to the Hospital In addition to tho emi that who would dare strike blow at b
man a our but the There is code of
tional Quincy we regret of publish no morality dtstingaisksbetween
ii of San Francisco aW the success was a named, there wero about American Constitution. imposibit
h. .::'. triumph over physical pain. Dr. Barton administered ed. lie least one thousand gentle. James Gen. Santa ing them this week. Tey.hal appear in our next. the killer aikj. the abettor of the kminj
By May
: them. EJenwoo. As directed, we have handed them over to one of the man whose arm committed the ,and the
:, the Letheon and Dr. Porter and a passed off! pleasantly and Anna hit true interests of the mardr
' young physician (wto.o narno wo are worry ting a tho presence of the ladies Mexican open nation,eyes and surrender to lire Polk andTayl our eotemporaries. man who who advised how it Ihold b done. 1
lit We have been requested to ask the Journal and guilt of the one as black and damning that
..! vre do not recollect) were tho operators. 10EJ' to the interest and enjoy. as Gen. Starvation did to pickled Pork i a oCt
Cad Sentinel to the account of the Monticello celebration other.If .
one case tho limb was removed in five minutes f't copy
jL: when Co.Dy which will found in columns it said that honor and the duty of obedience
f ; and a half from the commencement of the inhalation Regular and Volunteer Col. B. II. Russell. May tho laurels b our to-day. b
, .,' to'the close of the amputation. In men,- Capt. James Scott acting that our has won in Mexico be immor Celebration of the Fourth. required that the officers and soldiers should fight the
the other a few seconds over that timo. Doth Tho Colonels W. R. Taylor and tal. army The Celebration of the Anniversary of American battles which had ben thus wickedly forced u

declared they had felt nothing during the oper energy Captain Wm. Gorman; By G. W. Taylor. Agriculture : The only Independence was gotten up and carried out by the country by the government answer that"io-
ation. Ono of them rather playfully observed at tho of the day. broad and stable foundation of national our citizens with much Tho nor and the duty of obedience" require of no man I
b and some pros. spirt. Military appeared commit murder and remorseless
L (on recovering consciousness, perceiving perpetrate
$ TOASTS. perity. to The from the c1.Such
1 that it was done) that is the way you do it, is church celebrate. By F. A. Byrd. Tho 1st Regiment Florida tolho advntge.Presbyterian Church procession,was large.-our Capitol citizens conduct would b the most shocking' perversion
it ?'' This is wonderful and will of tho duties the Then the only
surely agent Ildier. my
Guards for honor for or f
and signers of the Declara Dragoons : -Grejs glory generally joining in the celebration. At the
may bo regarded as tho most invaluable discovery Lancers for chivalry Cavaliers for get over this difficulty, is to plead ignoraaee 0 the
Independence: Their gallantry Church the exercises were impressive and anima. '
st.. in relieving suffering humanity, that aro partof those who have fought our Mexican
Blues for Hussars for be
hold declaration, and main. independence- the
introductory Declaration
t tho scriccs.the .
:. has yet been revealed. It is now used by surgeons tnge Afe Yet this will net serve the purpose Intefligacer
and all for
country's rights, command liberty- our country. Independence was well read by THOCP MAXWELL o
' ; dentists and accoucheurs, and we next ready and that
: whig politicians. They know w
the world. By Maj. J. Our hosts, the }
I. Yenier. of the I Guards, and the audience address
used lovers when 16,000
of its
? CIpect to hear being by Taylor fought the battle of Vista,
Citizens of Jeff Independent Blues, Jefferson Ben .b
Washington. ed by A. E. MAXWELL, in a of
: afflicted with the heartache.-Eagle, 20th. Hussars and Monticello Rifles Distinguished Eq. speech may have been his ignorance previously, and .
of tho Revolution Their :
: the occasion and the Trite must necessarily -
and is
I i' i alike for their a Scott fought his battle, each of them, and tier
i Cotrctpondencc of the V. O. Commercial Time,. >lc devotion to their coun. generous hospitality be a subject that has engaged annually for 71
: wholo armies, were fully apprized of view tf
and Tho old
in for the manly military spirit. th
history baring innumerable and exhausted
f, :": VERA Cacz JKHS 24, 1847. t tending : recorcd County may well be proud of her beauteous year pens apparently the whigs in regard to the justice of the war. lit}
; battle. posterity. to such degree to the possibility of novelty
". ; hl'- ( and courteous : 1 preclude had had time and opportunity to learn the factfaai
Gentlemen-You will notion : other who daughters sons.
1 foreigners as-
gat either in idea nevertheless
: entrance or language
Mr.l1 to invest igate the Still continue
the Cavaliers, Hussars Blues and Rifles. subject ful they
and of tho for National In. By ,
: i .i of the daring audacity guerillas, men. our struck out a new path,which he made brilliant with
the work which the calls"wholenk
/ from their atrocities under tho walls for our Capt. Behn : An able tactician and an accomplished Intelligencer
repeated our generous smpathy vivid conceptions of the and thrilling ipa.
$ past
at murder and remorseless ,
, gentleman wo are proud ((6 be creIy.r They
of this city.Within ly 7. effors to 'free themselves ; commanded tions of tho future. Should it be published we tot
tN'i the pa&t thirty six hours, another British tyranny, call forth by so peifect a soldier. dict for it a gratifying reception by the public. pre must share the gi of these high crim 107
To which Capt.: Behn responded in a principle of every precept of religion
man has been hanged by them almost within most profound gratitude. very The day was ended by a trial of by t't
. Tho of tho United Slates appropriate speech, and tho following impulse of duty, and a sacred regard for their cwi
.:;7 gun-shot of our batteries. victim was By : The gao the .Leon Riflemen," under Capt. SHE Tho
.t.1TJ. ono of our most active polico officer's, a Dane, World," a nation-not tho head of sentiment : prizo was a gold medal, which won in hand: fame should have forced these men, if- whig politicians
Tho Volunteers Florida While \a right, at once to throw
to! named Miller. Ho and a Frenchman were : prudenceand some style by our townsman, F. WHITAKEB. b up the c.
! ... out riding; when they were,"lassoed" and'I noes, & Xavy of the United States: moderation shall guide their councis may young siom, or retire, resigning their active .
firmness and zeal animate them A. they did not do this, obliged infer,el--
' .. carried into the woods. The Frenchman was acbievemcnt in Mexico, : requisitions Flrid Volunteers. we are t
h i released, but Miller is said! i. have been put is 17,735 they havo fully inher. as their country may at any timo make Capt. LIVINGSTON'S Company ofvolunteersfor the their that their opinions are .wide as the poles a

'I t' to death as stated. ted of and patriotism of their of them. Mexican war, arrived in town yesterday,under command sunder" different from those,of'nhig politicians.
f: f; : Parties were eut most of tho day and night on the By Sergeant G. W. Taylor : The Cavalry of 1st and 2 Lieutenants D. M.STEWART that they are guilty of the. crimes alleged by the l

r4r4 yesterday,in search ofthe prcpetrators of the Volcano! Zachary Taylor: Each and Infantry officers who have graced us with and W. W. SCOTT. They number about fifty men telligencer.

it = .14. outrage, and seven Mexicans were seized on city of hero. Tho Ameri their presence to.day. The remainder of the Company is on the way,and Notwithstanding all this even wh these noan
:f the roads aqd brought in. Five of the so proved 6 The to Washington, tho French By.E. E. Blackburn. Maj. Gen. Bailey : will arrive a day or two. The Company has been shuddering thruugh their whoe frame tto.

, ', to be gentlemen bound to Medelin, but the and tho Mexican war May all parties in our Stato unite in elevating raised in East Florida, principally in Columbia normity of these crimes, they have the.audacity

; f others are auspicious characters and the Governor level of him to tho office of second Governor of the County, and.the men look a if they would do take hold o one of the IOlmot participators i

f : has Imprisoned them to await further ty miles in Mexico: If our Pres Stato of :Florida. fighting. We trust they will recollect that I ae thee aUe crimes, and claim him u their _

:rs: examination. Ono of them was taken on The desire any better troops, By Capt. Leonard. May the day we eel-l.I Floridians, and that being the jrf Company ordered date ( Peidenc. General Taylor bat pJtrated

:, the horse which Miller was riding when at. was i thoso Spartan heroes who I cbrato, honored in time, consecrated by the to Mexico,they will give a good account of tbern they say, wholesale and renxnc
I 1'.14 tacked. of valor, patriotism and achievements of our fi. she should opportunity offer. Capt.L is expected 1e cruelty,"yet we want him b P 7kia

I it Wo aro jet without authentic i intelligence Stales of America : The thers inspire tho Florida volunteers with the on Monday, when,if a mustering officer trri"e their consistency. Oh mot by '

.,; ;. fiom Mexico ofa later date than the 12th in. small the globe. She cm feed same spirits of devotion to their country and the Company will b mustered into service,and em. Most degrading duplicity It it-humiliiticy..

d slant, and nothing especial interest up to This, granaries, clothe it 'from he same triumphs in arms. bark at St. Marks for Mexico how a mst reckless determination to black lW
I ,fJ f that time. Thero seems to bo no doubt of of the factories, replenish its! By a Volunteer. Tho Miccosookie Cavaliers acts and the fame of a demotic adiDilt
:;, Santa Anna's intention to mako a stand At and whip it with her : May they ever bo as ready to meet their \"ha Harm Las the War done 1 poisoned the minds and heu'o .

: \, against General ,Scott at some point between Mexico enemies as they have been to meet their friends In a late letter written by Mr. C. J. Ingersoll to nents-humiliating in the extreme to teeswitf**

:.\ Puebla and the capital, and our next arrival tivo I youngest daughter of our to celebrate this day. the National Intelligencer, after correcting some of fanatic devotion to party. The wilful eoatrafiefci*

;; from our little army may tell us of another called fairest flower that ever By a Volunteer. Tho Jefferson Hussars : its vagaries in regard to the Report he wrote en the is to palpable and too sickening lo a kogtr I

Orro Genie affair. Of tho result, of course, ards ( South : May her rulers May they era long become as great a terror to subject of the Mexican War, be concludes with the, dwell upon it, but we ask that may b mneaAer-
t'i ', I belicro she suspicions long entertained, of of vise as she fair, by ap the Mexicans a Col. May or Capt. Walker.By above significant question to that journal. It is a. by the people against the day i of cur next pofitkal
:f British vertels supplying arms and ammuni. Ferando puhlc lands: to the purposes a Volunteer. The Independent Blues : question well worth considering. Mr. Ingersoll, e account.

-r tion to the Pacific ports' are not entirely un. May they be as prosperous,meeting friend or foo. ''I who .been all alongan advocate for \\rlok Next week we will probably return to t1 fb.
; ': "1 : '. founded. I am assured that considerable (tant Commerce, and Manufac. An l>cn.Taylor in the battles of Mexico. I upon it, without reference to its origin or necessity, to show what effect the war has bad,

: ; quantities uf both have como in from Acapul. 1810 tho of our national pros By Minor Walker. Tho Hussars, Blues though. like all democrats, be thinks it is just on or harmful one. As the awful destruction of to

;i; j 1. co, and I have to uk why (that port is not nowoccupied conflicts 'to cherish them. and Rifles : The gens d' armes of the Banner our part, a fraught with good rather than harm; man life and property t, incident ft,nobody wiD

J 11 by our forces naval or military 1- of America I Loved, hoi- County : Citizens in peace ; in war the formidable and he desires the Intelligencer whose opinions on deny that it is a great evil l,and to t one'can whh

':...i'" Or, hit be so occupied how, these things have The above all others, because, ,sumnum bonum. all these subjects are directly the reverse of his, to his sympathies from those who have been m.]w.

,:.: :.. :, been pcrmitcd to enter. I suppose tho cause caused of our love, hoi- By Col. Spencer. Tho four Governments : pint out to him and explain wherein it has done dow and orphans by it, but these are'"i. ,h'

.. lies in th? meagre force of men-of-war in ho was Monarchy for strength, Aristocracy for wisdom har. As our readers know, that paper is the central attend the just uwellasthenjust war; ? ?
that sea, a matter which acquires ished Republican for virtue and the of and has jn-
';i. Mi: remedy. ; TOAS integrity; organ whiggery more influence upon we inquire ipto the learns eta war, speakinj p( ,
.. The movement of sending the mariners ed on Hon. ',V. II. Brock- fourth and best, femalo government man tho sentiments and action of the whig party than cally, however much we may deptow ". l tC f
it' i' out bere, is a good one, unless as some think, 1835, by may be our difference may live under it his lifetime and nover know I any other, let them note its answer: life do lftU
..r.t: their! destination has connection! with that political sentiments, Done 'It.' \ .. There is one to us which we cannot other we Dtprm i hd(0 Yta
appeal taklag
. Quixotic expedition to the interior, of whichI ment By S. L. Moore. Civil and Religious Lib. efet. ofte a fr
mead of.praise duo to bit by in silence; and that is, to tell him what harm is in it. This not tb wajstataaea;tat
i "m..J spoke some time since. Tho Marine Corps pblc or .withhold their appro erty : An inestimable gift, enjoyed only by the t the war has done.' It i it diflieuUtourameananerto D national good i *. ,. 'I'
f t is one'of lid finest bodies troops in the'world, dignified, statesman adherents of the Constitution of tho United a question the mere statement which it a mock event* ,

jf'! or, it was so, sotue, !Igbt or 'ten years ago, and, the trade a member an ConCI. States of America. it ery will of all be humanity better answered,morality by other and religion. ,Perhaps.What The Pott'Master General ba t

tp F.t.M' I suppose i it has not fallen off since that lime, built... big'eale arose By James Scott The Agricuturalst of harm is there in wholesale murder, in remorseless deputy post-nuten to' forward'all paper' Df'from
! bodily as it has always been treated by Con. ** appropriate remarks the United States of Americ cla on cruelty,and in fell dettheDeal Wbat bam i publication offices without reqo1riii U'P ;

\:\. ;ft grcss. Giro.it a chance i io Mexico, and I Cruz. his usual happy and elo whom all professions trades or callings must poling the with age to be- M., Tblt,w.aUld by'tbl

. 4q f 'will warrant a good account be rendered. Vera concluded with the follow rely for success : May health and prosperity there in fattening and orphan the toil children of Mexico? 'with What haM i experienced asserting the tnuiaat PP"".
' F1" *'Tbo murderers of Miller, are now,supposed beautiful attend their labors. and the of our brave fellow-eitixent, at well those sent to regular subscribers.. :WI 5Otinewspapers

' ; not to belong to the regular guerillas, but to bore the arms. and finance; in' do By Jamet Ellenwood. Lieut. Hunter: A of the army bie proper .otheDti t. volunteerin are tecxmialating ewIB ciI1-
! I" : be private tnemies, which he has mad fbi, Is finely stability; in thor gb.gohead fellow : Wo wish that our the war by the ( Wha harm no instance will they be./onnnW b7 tW.,
i 1 harsYtrrfttmcntpfthe,who occasionally ble for promise could Hunt in the demoralization the-public of our teaofat*b?tt
ana power; in lofty char nary up a few more such.S own Country,of which it were difficult to give a master until U*thee ce pMtag '.

:$;:!)t .II, corns' under I/is charge. lie haltdlk x. nlm. unions; in stern pride to By A. 1. Lea. The people.of tho UniticdM.i. more Itrikwg evidence thanliecklnglcvitywzth, IawJ t.'paid 114t '. by the person puOttg them. "

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tb.bern parler i u one p11 trhnnph src!S TEcoIol4ARIlTPo.ITIcLAf. A 'GOOD tod Uofe,cheap'OJu Co Jo-case* quatfrr Cotmrv Iir CHAHCXB.T. .
cut.l 'The &ot of Ihe ."BrookvlUa!.ian j Apply wa1c e William fTIHE Bndenignel hav'madti arrangements to carry .. .- .
Ja N Y : ]I tm o Bailey,AdmY.d*ft**tun of John Lab. JL
the tout eo. Americfto lafelj visit Massachn.setts JnlyIO.1847. Jamy,deceased, Cemptaintuit. es BLACKSMITH'S: BUSINESS io ail its
BU to
gad tmy wWrt!-fcUntttttfe hu rand paid. T" t branch Be.paid particular attention to Horse :
welcome.- Without distinction of party and New Hampshire. lie basvhltedBoston'LowtU Dr. J., H. Scales, RemLngaertt' ; oL, shoeing,sad coofigntt thai he can rive siti* -
the freopU have'jxiured oat to gttet tbe CVwf Migistrateet Sanbornton cbester&c., TTPP *riiur to the Mtq factioo, any who y frror hiss wljh heir work
this pit Confederacy ia hearty ..tyle.Tba &c., and expresses a very significant optaion 1 fidaViti5iiin this lisaio o th Crt.. a,,, in.this respect. Hisshopisfatb.r.srof-tbeCity
Tafiabasw CU.
TT7ILL return about the Hotel and the Mil.
. of the Tirtoes ol'the tariff 2in'i Elijah Roberts and David Emanuel ; adjoins Livery Sale Me. -
that though of 1840. The'National o
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is u it bobtf be. It prone V for a few weeks His Room is at ide of defet re le t Brokaw. Ills price very liberal,and
differ in oui4rsfeietce of men to preside in the Intelligencer"and its friends in the Sen. Ladies waited at their residences. ou the State of Forida and Fr he respectfully solicits share public
may Upn H. Williams o
when'occa, ate predicted nothing but ruin from its' July *1 Wiim AdimsrB' o prlag. _
Presidential ciair.Jet we do not forget, opera '. ded j Circuit of Florida; "HRY. '
him who is tion. But what the American 1" r IbEe June Iff,1S47., -._.__
i. doe to u -----
elv ,wh t says J. Elijah -
tbe* J Ta nd Rm
.onq pmcnt Notice to Mariners Rb. TN pnrsmiKW of lb.Art ef Ccerw.rt1itW.All
the Nation cbelc ** From Lowell we proceeded up the }(erri- r Dui E.n.l. four Two Horse Baronch for Sale. J. Act establish "
____ TREASURY DEPARTMENT. mont ,'nd f'nn ,,Adm'x.a. aforesaid a tow*at 6L Mark.,la Florida,
-a- of mak river to Nashua 14 miles above,and from FIFTH AUDITOR'S OFFICE, llth May, 1S47. ,wifhto two from the date of the publication 'T'HE mbscriber has light roomy BAROTJCH (it approved OIl,the 24***/ of Lsrek, iOtE, I, JAMES
Cwrf,-Th. BiHon Msil tell a tory a gentle- thence to Manchester 1B miles still further up. information this day received at this office- of' thi mh ad cause why this suit X bin quite broad)that he will veil low. K.POLK.Preside.!.( tbUaftelStaf .Aneric*,

Uemanaton* of..the theatre* in that city where a Lowell, Nashua and Manchester are three of FROM! the superintendent of lights at Key West, should net -yie.o on. sew ?- the original bill 1517. 03. J. R. FORTE do hereby declare and,male**oo fl,that public

Italian actress was playing who became it appears that the destroyed by the Indians fled in his I otheis a decree the sale will be held at the Land Office ,1 Ttltthasscc
celebrated the largest manufacturing places i in the United cu reviving
in the State of
Flori4a. for th.
in the in and recently rebuilt at was same will paw,and original bill be for COD- Notice. disposal of tie un
it of the scenes perform foria. take
excited IS Cap
much one States. dermentioned lots in said
so to relit for the first oj is That a of demands the estate of Iowa of St. Mark,com'
hi, fe i fwll- copy having
that he row and ec indiscriminately threw 'a A few before left Brookville bn this .1 O. ALL prons ant mencing on Monday the 4tb day .c October next,
aoce, days we It will h recollected that wasp al; published Ime newspaper printed in late.of ,deceased, 1:1
hat, cane and gfrVea at t the feet of the prima donna, having been called upon in the streets for our Aprills.ntine stationery light. t the Middle Circuit of Florida once a week fo four will take notice that they present them to the to wit: iI
mos Lots numbered two, three (
galvanised the 21fff i months. oar,MX,seven,eight,
screech or41cligbUb.tliter.I1 JulylO,1847. (Signed) undersigned duly within tbe time
with a opinion on the tariff we replied that we were authenticate eleven twelve I
al) ten: fourteen,fifteen,sixte .,eighteen
whole bouse 1" This 'u as good a*the anecdote told satisfied to let Ihe tariff of '46 remain. The hove -two The insertions Apalachicola, and Advertiser forward wi in jjive duplicatiform. Jllly 3. 181. THOMAS 0 BALTZELL 4m, Judge. prerb by law,or i b plead i bar .nineteen twenty, twenty-two twenty-three,
of a Yankee who was standing on the table rock attJthe country wanted stability in this matter. The with receipts signed,to advertiser for payment thei recvet.JOHN WILSON,Mmr. twenty-fovr.lwenfy six.twenrr-sevenawenty-ejrht, 1

Niagara Falls,and gay.ingupon the"mighty? seen people and manufacturers demanded a permanent CORN AND PE fo tale. Apply to June 10. 48 thirty,t birty-one,Lirty-two,tiirty-foar,thirty-five, ,I
3. 1 J. 181 liirty-six.tbirty-eh&Utbuty-Binefc forty,forty-two,
.absorbed with its grandeur. A by.stan List of 5 R J'ORNE
completely settlement of this vexed question. With Leter
nrty-tbree, forty-four, forty-six, forty-eight fifty,
der noticing his abstraction, inquired what he the present tariff the manufacturers were pros.pering REMAINING in the Pot Ofce at Tallahassee U. S. MAIL LIE fiftl..one fitty.two fifty-four, fifty.five,fifty-six fif- .j

thought of it?" Without raising big ee to the ; and if the democratic party would retain 1st, 1847.Adkinscn HAVING made permanent amet in New 11. fight Io ixty-tnofsrxty-Uireesixty-lourw'xfy-six, :

he suddenly passed his hand: to hi*brad the tariff the for the sake Robert Leslie, John C by which be wi constantly on sixty-seven, sixty-eight, Rtfnt-our.llennty-fin.
questioner present whigs, Robert W Lemmon, William hand a good supply of Hour Bacon alldeacriptiom seventy. ], neventy&ht* seventynioe eighty -
and selling his bat hurled it with great energy into of peace, should Jet it remain as it was.-. Alton, Charles 1 Linch Mr ,which be will guarantee in all cases of tighty-sit eighty-seven eigjityeight.ninety,nine- j

the foaming waters beneath his feet, exclaiming 1nan We are now more fully confirmed in that opinion BaIts,Joseph Livingston,Capt : first quality and to be sold a low for call a any in "-onr. ninety-two ninety-six,ninety-eight ninety-

excited tone as be rushed from the rock Takmy We have been things lately that hare Belden, F Lifreth John town. Those wishing orders filled in Orleans nine, one hundred, one hundred and two one hundred -
Bentley, Samuel London, James F. he will aten ,.he bas an agent who makes it his and three, one hundred and foot,one hundred
wider but the From Tallahassee to Macon.
ULTr! opened our eyes a ; wayin Berry hill, Charles A. Lynch, Edlow G business purchase at the loe market rates. and six,one hundred and leYert,oe hundred sad eight,
which it was obtained should not be pub- Brch. Joseph Mann. S S O N and after the 1st of July, this line will be June 12,1S47. one hundred and tm.one bundred and eleven one ban. j

)3- lIon. Philip Francis Thomas was nominated lishrd in the streets ofA-dmlon" Robert A 2 Markham Wm thoroughly established in FOUR IIORSEI'OST dred and twelve one hundred and fourteen oaa hun i

by a ConTcntion held at Annapolis on the 2 Hh ult. himself in Buckncr, Presley R Maddox Hampton ,I COACHES the entire route. The undersigned having Sher Sae. dred and fifteen one hundred and sixteen, one hundred
editor J
as the Democratic candidate for Governor of Mary The wraps up a mystery, Burr fc Arnold,Mcssn- McEoberan.Capt John obtaine the U.S. Mail contract throughout,have BY virtue of issued from and eighteen, one hundred and nineteen one .
for fear his revelations of the efficiency of the Calligan,A Mclntrje.Sterling CCarnohan. necessary arrangements for the accommodation the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the hundred and twenty, one hundred and twenty.two. 1

land.Gen. I tarffof 1846 might subject the advocates of Mrs Jno Mcintosh, Henry L of the travelling public. They have good County of Le
D. L. Clinch has been nominated by a Whig the tariff of 1842 to ridicule or indignation. Clak. Elijah B McKay George coaches,,Cmftet team and obliging dihert and Henry Hyman Executor ofTheophilusllyman',es- twenty-four one hundred and twentysiz.together I

Convention in Georgia their candidate for Cover Therefore, he determines to keep dark" as Cljde, Dr John C McKinnty.Jame agents, wil spare no pains to give general satis ate, is plaintiff and Wesley Manning Administra- with all the portions of tbe following named lots,not I

nor. lion. G. W. B. Towns is the democratic can Cowart Mrs Harriet McKimmev, John faction. tor of Henry J. Gaskins, U defendant I have levied covered by tbe donation of ten acres, made to the :2
to -all the facts and the- results which he collected Cox James C 2 McPhaul Duncan ThestagewihlleaeTallahasse.on Mondays Wed- npon and will expose for sale beforo tho CourtHouse Tallahassee Railroad Company,viz: "Lols numbered .

didate. in his tour. Craft, (elder.) S C McVoy. Daniel ncs
( Com Curry, Jacob L 1Iilc.-En F in Macon ot Tuesdays, Tliur-nla and Saturdays, at Monday in Augnst next, within legal hours the fol- two seventytbrte eighty-two, /ghty-flve, and .:
Iff-: It is stated by the New York Journal Dansey Joel 10 o-dok. P 1'!., in time for the cars (or S\nnah.1 owing described property,to wit : ninety-four. .

meree that the Irish Relief Committee of that city A proposition often made to and rejected Davis C A Moody, Jackson Leaving Macon on 1londaJs. F. l, S E 4, Sec 13, Township 2, Rane 2, N i E, : The offering of the sbovanentioned lot win be J. \

bas received and forwarded to the starving Irish upwards by the Jews, to transfer their Sabbath from h'sbon, Dr Luis Muoson. Asa days at 4-o'clock. ., arriving in Tallahassee NE4.NEJ, 2-1, .. 2. 2.N&.F, 'commenced on the day appointed and proceed in the

of$150,000 in and provisions. the Saturday to the Sunday, has been agreed Dowling Joseph Ney, B B En on Tuesdays, Thursdays onl Saturdays, at 10, P. SI.NE4 I 24, 2, 2N&E, name order in which they are advertised, with alt Z jt
money to by 700 of the Jewish |population j of Kon- Downing,Augu tin Norton John 3. M. 1>> this arrangement,th will be but one nih Nj.NW4 21, 2, 2. N & E, convenient dispatch,until the wlfcle shall have been J ;
1'lorldlan. Drake; Jmkius J O'Cail. Daniel spent im (the road between Talah38- \V 4. S \V 4. 19, 2.r. N & E, offered, antI the sale thus .. But the sale shall ** it t
Correspondence ot igsbeag. Eadj, William Worn, Jexsee Every possible attention \ bE paid the comfort MW4,- 19.co 2.It :. N & F.. not be kept open longer than two weeks, and no pri'J

ALLGATORE. }'.June 30, iS 17. ---- -- -- ---- --- Earby Rebeccah O'Neill, Barnord anti convenience of travellers ; and, a* it i is intended NV' !.S W l." 19. .. 2.It 3, N & E, vate cntyto any lot will readmitted,until after th* !i J l

Messrs. Editors-I hasten to inform you ol the organization O U I T U A ft Y. Edwardlward; Pedworth, Elisha greatly to improve the line the patronage of containing' SCO acres,more or less. expiration of the two weeks. .4 'ft
Edwards, Wm L Douglas E 2 the public is respectfully Hinted. Levied upon as the property of aid defendant,ando Given under my band at the City of Washington, 1 1
of Ierkins.
at this place on the 29th instant a 4''Died in llii town on the 7th in-t., at tho residence Everitt,Wm Charles WRIGHT S- SAWYER Proprietors.By be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri factu. this twenty-first day of May, Amino Domini, one r

Company of Volunteers under the direction of Col. of Major John Pettis, Mrs. HAP.HIKT HELEN Farles, James II Kawls : JOHN II. YARN Asront.0CJ A. A. FISHER, Sheriff. thoannd eight hrtndred and forfy-seven. ftI,

ROBERT LIVIKCSTON,Alachua,wliose appoint- .! \ifeof William Richard Pettis, E*]., of St. Marks, Farrell, Lawrence Ravvls Sbtr Patience 3 Office at the Planter's Hotol TahlahasaeeC.K June 19. IS47. 43 By the President I

bad been made previously by the Florida and only I daughter of the late William J. Faskingr GottfriedFclkil Roach Spencer! J W BAILEY,Agent; at Maj. NA TH.US. in Quincy. JAMES K. POLK.
ment as Captain Uanclly of Macon Georgia, aged'i ,'eau. James Ruby II M July 1. 1 ISJ7. O'J' New Style of Shower Baths RICHARD M. YOUNG, J
Executive of the State.Kotwithstwdiog Also on the Cth inst.. her infant daughter.It Commissioner of the General Land
Fletcher, Miss Manda Russ ,James bad at the Tin Manufactory which are Office
the prior appointment of the accomplished is but a few day hince the voice of this young Flojd. Col R J Russ!, William StrayedFRO C.be and such as every person ought to R ,i

and gallant bVE'GITON to the command bride from the distant South gladdened! the paternal Forbes, William Sengunette, Mrs L M S I the. Plantation of T. R. Witlrn. twelve have to insure health during hot weather. NOTTCfi. .. 1
of the hia animated comrades received home of her husband Yet silent lies her tongue in Foster, Dr Wm :Scott Rev James D from Tallaha!ee hear Thomuvllt June 12 1M7. 47 In pursuance to the provisions of the Act of Con. t ';

Company fcbouts death while: her babe sleeps in her bo..omn one Gaillard, Mrs Ann A 2 Shiuler John : road, about the fir-t of June, TWO gress approved 2d March, 1S33 entitled "An Act It
him as their military chieftain with repeated common r:1\'e. Notice.ALL to establish a town at St.Marks florida" the
Giddings, Solomon 3 ShinIer, Ellison A dark bay mares one a little taller than the other- Reg
of applause and pratulation. He responded to such Little did even her own relatives see of this new (;lass, Thomas Shine Miss Margaret A Said mules have been heard of ntar Quincy, and areuppo.ed persons having claims against the estate of ister and Receiver of the Land Cffice at Tallahassee, J

a manifestation of confidence by a most beautiful and member of thEir circle-yet had site u m the regard Gorman,J BGourdm Shine,James K to be on their way to Bainbridpe l'otter, late of Washington County, de- will be required,prior to the day of sale to ascertain i

of the sentiments of gratitude ot all who had the pleasure of this brief acquaintance Dr S Smith, Augustus G bably Newton in Gcorcia. antlro ceased, will present them to the subscriber within *5 the value of any improvements which may have : -
spirited expression t that it is with many tears she is jielded to been made" on the lots designated in this proclamation '
information their whereabouts
Graham Djvid M Smith Chailes Any) ol tho time prescribed by law, 01 they will be barred ;
which he entertained for them as a noble little band this mysterious Providence which bears her to the Rrant Miss.Ltcr Smith J CarawaySmith thankfully rcceit. and reasonable expenses'i pad b and tho; indebted to said estate will make payment ,respectively, "and the purchaser at public saleof

of compatriots in arms, to assist in defending the tomb. Hail Joseph James for their dc'ntio. AJdrCi to the subscriber. any lot upon which there are such improvements "

rights and protecting the institutions of their common Bitter as was the thought of death in these hap Hare, A M Smith John or T. R. WILLBORN NATHANIEL MILLER Executor. other than the owner thereof,shall, in addition to I i
piest moments of her existence she yet meekly the sum to be paid to the United 8hll".be,and hereby
Harrison Mrs. Elizabeth Isaham Brown June 2'), 1547. 4iJt Tallahassee, Fa. June 12, IS 17. 47 2m
country. yielded up her spirit to God, dying in peace-as the Hart, James L Smvth Miss Jane i is, required to pay to the owner of the improve- ;a I
The election of the Lieutenants resulted as follows witnesses of her last moments testify.' Hart, John S Switzcr, DanielHayr.Jolm Mary UNITED STATES Notice ments the value of them u thus ascertained;and if f

: DANIEL M. STEW ART.Jun., First WILLIAM She lies not in a stranger's grave, though borne R Stoklcy. John B MIL TS HEREBY given that George Russ, one of tho payment therefor shall not be made upon the day on Jf }

STEWART Second and W. W. SCOTT Assistant Se thither and wept over by IItranlers.ihe rests with Herring, William Stanford Isiah 1. heirs of the estate of James F. RUM. late of the which the same wu purchased the lot shall be again "
her kindred, loved and lamented by relatives and offered at public sale on the next day of sale, and
Steele Mrs Sarah in the State of dec'd.
Herrington County of Jackson Florida ,
cond. A better selection of subordinates could not Nathanie
here shall know iu such shall not be of the j
who her the capable becoming
many only glorious Holderness Sweat James G has this day by his attorney,filed his petition before person .t
; have been made. The youthful and impul!ive ardor world above. purchaser of that or of any other lot offered at that
Ilouck John D F Taylor W Lliouck the Jude of the Probate Court of the said County,
ef the intelligent Stewarts, the inflexibility of purpose Mav the God of all comfort' comfort and sustain Jacob or Gabriel Thornton Benj G for a distribution of said estate ; antI that three public aale: Provided,That if any lot so offered and

that characterizes the benignant Scott and the her afflicted relatives at the South, who have the Hudson Hamilton 2 Turner, Nathanie FKOJI CIIATT/vnOOCniE/ TO FORT CA. months from the date of this notice he will ask for bid off on the last day of the public sale shall not
of in this :' G.uos be thus paid; for the be entered at
deepest sympathy many community. same may private
: indomitable and fiery determination depicted in the Hulsc U S A, Liut Isaac Venter /"VN and after the first day of July next this line I an order for a distribution. sale paying to the United States the sum at I"
The Vermont Chronicle of the ICth Hurs, Ramon R Vicker, Bryant B. F. DENNARD upon
ultimo pub-
non-commissioned officer and wilibe TWO which off and
countenance of every run regularly HORSESAGl S'1 it was bid to the owner of the improvements

private, bespoke for the Company a character for I I ishcd at Windsor, brings to us the melancholy announcement Jerkins Jaynes,,Wm Miss P Mary 2 Vinzant Washington, William Col Henry The undersigned, having the contrac carry I I Jane 121847. 413m Attorney- (or Petitioner. ,the previously ascertained nine {here,
mail on this route intends to facility to ot"
w hich is quoted above. How strongly give every t
military prowess aad patriotism, of which the citizens Jones James Wellborn,Mrs C 2 -
who wish to take this route by Co the Act of aforesaid the minimum
t of East Florida in common with myself, dues it admonish us that in the midst of life we are Jones, Col C II Wellborn, Lt John C 4 travelers may Deaf and Dumb AsylumOF By Congress :1
may Ga.North. price of each town lot is fixed at twenty-five dollars
feel justly proud. God speed them a rapid translation in death r' A very few months have elapsed since we : Johnson, Rev G C White, S B Go stage, the best of team. and obliging dri KENTUCKY. and of each out lot. at twenty-five dollars per acre.
Johnson, James USA.
to the theatre of war, and many opportunities saw the subject of this notice; she was in the bloom I Johnson Miss F A Wiggins Whiting., Sarah veTi; a word every pains will be taken to give .tIE subscriber the resident agent of the said RICHARD M. YOUNG. f
sal (and the teuton of high, Institution offers for sale in tracts and Commisxioner ef the General Land Office.
their and reflect honor the or youth-blessed with a vigorous constitution-in R I) Wiceins, Jessec ifation. tltoalydung vpon t
to display gallantry upon Kellogg
water,) to those may choe this route North. Series to suit purchasers about Four Thousand Acres Jane 5. 1847. 411..13t.
the of fine health with Kite Jas S Williams, John F
enjoyment a bright
State from whence have prospect Chattahoochie
they will
gone. The stage leave every Tuesday of LAND. situated in the county of Jackson in the
Our venerated citizen Co! Daniel M. Stewart for many days." That vivacity and social excel- Latham Lathen&Thomas. Williams.John William T and Friday,at fl, A. M arrive at }"ot Gaine net State of Florida. Also the Right t. Locate, to a DR. J. REESE'S 1
which bad contributed make her Barry Wo. days by 1 M. Leave Fort Gaines every Wednesday limited "
ence so great extent.
who might with propriety claim the relations of Godfather for above letters will
favorite with bar acquaintances, never shone more Persons calling any and Saturday at 1.111., arrive at Chattahoo. The above lands were selected at an early date,by LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. j
to the Company has presented the country please say they arc advertised.MILES chic next days by S, 1t an experienced judge,and are believed to be amongst \1 .
Those kin.l of her for NASH, P. M. of feeble constitutions and those of seJL -
I through the medium of this association of young irilliantly. impulses nature Persons travelling Columbus Ga., via Fort the finest in the county. "PERSONS
habits I
often troubled with habitual
with which she was so remarkable were never more stri Gaines, Blakeley, Quincy to Talla- C. II. DUPONT dentary are It
men, the services of four sons, all of whom are Chatahohie.
late of the Post-office law, all costiveness, which often exerts unfavorable .
CCh: By very f
relation .
kingly manifested. Those examples "generosity haee. find tbl mot route.T. Jtenl of D. tf D.A. of Ay. .
almost Herculean,size and physical power. It I TRANSIENT newspapers must be PRE-PAID three ,i D. WILSON, Proprietor. Qnincy June 12, 1847. 47 ly influence open their general health which is particularly .
which of u hate reason to remember were each otherwise forwarded. manifested not total lose of .
by irregularity
was indeed a thrilling but affecting scene to witnessthe many I cents thay cannot b June Y3, 1547. 49 2m I
parting between the old sire and his affectionate I never more liberally distributed. All with her was Tallahassee,July 1. IS.17 :51 Quincy S. F. BURNEY appetite. In this condition of the .stem, this article !

the of the line of march joy and happiness, and little did we suppose that Notice. las just received per Schr. Tallahassee, from is confidently recommended with the assurance
boys. Upon eve starting on Chewing Tobacco.A that if the dose is properly adjusted so as not t<*
they gathered around him-he gave them in the God in his wisdom would call her (from among us at SUPERIOR article, in pound lumps, fur ALL person indebted to the estate of Miles Pot. New Orleans, (really and not poetically,) and move the bowels too actively, relief mal be relied 1 1upon

Bearing of all much good advice, invoked the benedictions 110 early a day : and yet it is so. That form then so sale by hal DE ,deceased,late of Washington County will now opciilng, without any or even the least unpleasant con .

of Providence their des- full of life and animation has been laid in the silent July 3, DmClE& ErGER make payment; and those having demands against Ginghams jSwisa Miulin, sequences resulting from the use of common. purgative
an indulgent upon 15.1. said estate must present them within the time pre PLAID medicines usually resorted to. .J
tinies, embraced them and bid them a final adieu.- ; a'e.'e mourn for our loss, though we mourn scribed by law,or they will he barred.SHARPLESS atieste do.do. ;jlriih Linen.Netting. Persons subject to Bilieus Cholic may rely on the :

Does he not deserve well of his country for this pa. I not as those without hope." The calm resignation Notce. EVANS, Executor. IJlk & white do. {Black Mosquito Silk Fillet Gloves preventive properties of this medicine by using ion i .
I firm of H. & Co."and" Kirksey County June IiC, IS 17. 49 2m < tare
rental sacrifice? with which she was enabled to meet the approach THE Mourning MuslinsCot.. Osnaburg and brown the first intimationof approaching attack. There -
of death-tbe firm confidenco which she felt in her Sward" iii.tins day dissolved by mutual con- Printed Muslins domestics. some constitutions liable: to regular attacks of rt
Much praise is due Gen. Sam. Russell and (lie tent. Jame is authorized to nettle all business Jefferson County Embroidered Muslin, { Billions Fever almost every fall; to such the use of r '

t Messrs. Sanchez of Alachua, and Capt. Wm. B. cccptance with God, and her willingness to leave connected with the same. TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. ALSO- this medicine is recommended, beginning to use it
earth with all its endearments, and the James continue the business at the
Ross and others Columbia, for the assistance rendered obey sum Kirksyi i virtue of authority vested in mel ly law I shall 5 hhdd. Bacon Hams 3 bbls No. 2 Mackerel. bythemiddleofMayorfirstoJune. 4

in the speedy organization and departure of the mons of her Divine mister, teach us to hope that old stand to receive Kirksey a continuance Seward,of where the favors he wil hold be BY npo for sale.before the Court House door in J" '. Sides. 1 S.I6.J" Those whose digestive organs are feeble often ex- y

J**... she has been called to the presence of her God ando }pleased St-ward. Honticello,Jefferson County, on the Sh'lders,2iJbbls.sl1v'r.fineFloar. petience a sense of fullness.weight and oppression
Company. friends,and those ol Mr. H. R. medi"J
about the stomach after eating, will find this
the cajoyment of the society Angels] and the JAMES KIRKSEY }';rlt Monday in October next 10 kegs leaf Lard Crushed Loafand Brown cine afford almost immediate relief. .
IV7MLI would the Whigs do ?-The whigs lirits ef the just made perfect. Precious in the HANSEL R. SEWAGD. the following proprty. or so much thertof I' will 3 bbls. Sugar. Ladies near their confinement often suffer from
June 47
are very much given to prophesying. They sight of the Lord is the death of his saints." B. Tallahassee, June 20, 1S47.- 50 pay the 1'1Gvi State Taduo thereon for the 12,1S47. heartburn and costiveness: to such this article is .'I

cannot quit it, although a fulfilment of one of ---------- Choice Wines and Liquors. 1ear Ef, SEJ.Sec.29.T.lR.3N&E.!: 5i) acres, Family Groceries. highly least danger recommended and with,great as it can benefit.be used In sick without or De"i.the

their predictions would bo almost a miracle. 03WE: are authorized to announce DANIEL Brig Wakulla from New York, we have reo NE4.NE4 32. 1R. 3. N & ;.40' TUST received direct from New Orleans by J. R. ous headache it is invaluable. :

Suppose now, they should, most unfortunate. .IcRAEKY, Es'j. as a candidate for re-election as BY ccivco the following artices. which we will bell NW4NW4" S3.T. 1. R. 3, N &. E, .10NIV'1.SF4 .. J FORTUNE per schr. White Wing This article will be found to set as a plersant cor

ly for themselves the to control low to and > 25T.IR.3N&E.40 G Casks clear Bacon Sides dial and tonir restoring the appetite and at th* -
get ;power Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County, at the plnter SE4.SW4, 2T. 40 2 Shoulders, q

this government and were called upon to man- election in October next. Quarter Cask Cognac Brandy, N W 4.N E: 4. S3, T. 1 1.1t3N&F., I:. tg 40 2 Hams same time fulfilling every intention effect. M that it the common '
do do. intended to partly
Eighth are veg ;
age our relations with Mexico ; and suppose, ( Cask Port Wine, All in Township 1.Range 3, rE,lying in Jcf- 15 Kegs Leaf Lard etablt purgatives,and when used according to the direction {;
further that had for their cr WE are authorized announce WILLIAMC. Od crson County. 2 Gbls.co j
they any regard own 2 Madeira Wine will be found an invaluable article especially to those
consistency. Let us ee what they'd do. First, CAMPBELL Esq. as a candidate for Clerk of the 1 Pipe Schiedam Gin, SMITh SIMKINS 2 Hhds. Brown Sugar, afflicted with Dyspepsia,Derangement of the Liver,
withdraw the army back to the Rio Grandeno Circuit Court of Leon County, at the ensuing October 10 Boxes Claret Wine Shift.and f.f officio Tax. Col Jeff. Co.June2MS47. 1 Bbl. Dried Beef or General Debi itl'.1
election. Peach Brandy Apple Brandy 49 I 8 Sacks Rio Coffee, Prepared by Doctor J.Reese Griffin, Pike county, "t
to the Nueces. But Mexico would
con Irish Whiskey Malaga Wine. 35 Bbls. St. Louis Flour Georgia, and for sale appointment at
tend that her territory extended to the Sabine. {#- THE friends of WILLIAM H. ANDREWS LINDENBERGER. New Orleans Type Foundry, 10 hf. bbls. E. BARNARD. Jr'.., J.

What would stultified ? Could DICHE. & C dozen Claret. Drug Store,Tallahassee,
whiggery say respectfully announce him as a suitable candidateor July 3, : AND PRINTER'S FURXlSHNG WAREHOUSE, 47
1847. 1
not Mexico show.to the full satisfaction of all the office of Sheriff of Jefferson County Fla., atthe Dwelling House for Sale. .V,. 17, Canal street Row. -June 12. DANIEL LADD, Newort tfonticello, ,

the world that the wrong done her in annexing election in October next believing that no ones nndchinet beg leave to announce to Pub- New Books, &c. Qnincy. 1
SMALL comfortable House for sale at THE
Texas had acknowledged in the most ample s more deserving the office than he, or more worthy A Monticello,Jefferson Dwelling County. adjoining JudgeCbace' that they have established JUST received per Brig Detroit, Omoo a Narrative HARDY BRYAN I
and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in this in the South Seas by Herman Mel- I
manner by the universal whig party ?- the suffrage of the voters of Jefferson. property. It will b sold on time to suit a complete Agent for Thomas totinty,Georgia-
city. The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut to vile Webster's Domestic Economy and Housekeep
; May 22, 1847. 44
Well,the army must come back to the Sabine, May 1:, 18.1i. MAN V VOTERS. purchasers.3 17.Apply to order by workmen of long nperier. and, a no ing. Cinq Mars by Alfred De Vigny, f
or pay the price of Texas to Mexico, or our July expense was spared to faces Castle of Ehrenstein by James. Notice.S .

country must be' officially branded with acknowledged Two Buggies for Sale. Groceries. and to perfect it in every respect,we will venture tony Arthur Martin by Charles Bhrdett IX months after date the undersigned, Exectrtof J I"

knavery. This matter being BUGGIES FOR SALE very cheap ; both received, 4 boxes Loaf it wi be found as handsome We, have if not the hand- Alice Gordon by Joseph Alden of the last will and testament of Benjamin t :
Two the United States. Anthon's Sallust
settled Mexico demand indemnity fur the aecuraed been used. Also, TS Bags Havana SUgr.' omwit and ala very of Anthon'a Chaireo,deceased,late of Leon Countysvihl present ,
1 handsome assortment of Flowers Wilberforce'j. Manual for Communicants,
hid accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate
One second hand with double harness.
war, the numerous murders the enormous Carriage 2 do Rio do. the latest tle. to which we would call the atten. Maraulay'a.Miscellanies, Alisotfa Essays of Leon County and make application for Jet I
both of which are good-price only one hundred
d Java
incurred &e. The three very f <5 do. of Printers before elsewhere. All I
expenses olUrs. to ton purchasing Wilson's ten of dismission.s Executor '' .
millions would be needed to propitiate Santa Apply J. R. FORTUNE. Boxes Brown Sap. atide manfaculP by us shall be of a material Heman's Poems. Pocket Maps of U. S.& Georgia JOSEPH CHAIRES. Executor. ,
Sperm Candles, Sperm Oil, Sardine. manufactured the
equal, if superior to any at Blue Fignered Window Paper 36 inches wide
Anna and how millions more would re- July 101517. 01 Pickle Canvassed Hams Olive Oil for Leon County,April 3, 1947. 37 6m i
many Maccaroni North; and as we shall nell Type at New York pries New Patterns of House Paper and Borders for do. I
Mexico for that she has suffered and vale on accommodating terms by :
pay expended .. we trust to meet encouragement.We For sale by P. A. HAYWARD.June .
Ice Cream Freezers.T'OR
Bacon and Flour for Sale. .
We should like to see a committee & r are now prepared manufacture BRASS RULE 1J. IS47. 47 '
of Prentice 1 BBLS first rate St. Louis }Flour 3,1S47. and TYPEof any magnitude.with promptness. We SALE at the TIN SHOP Ice Cream Frettters*
consisting Corwin, McGaughey, 1. 5 Casks Bacon tides shoulder and Hams also partirilmly call the attention of Pqn- Cheap Plough Horse for Sale. J. of various sitn. Also Tin Tithe to set the .it
Giddings &c., before Santa Anna Furniture for Sale. \'out in which tate of ice tbafl
prostrate Apply to our LEADS, Laving an ('ntir new set of TO Fieezcr a lesa quantity ti
kissing bis wooden leg imploring his forgiveness J. R. FORTUNE. -I HANDSOME MAHOGANY WORK TABLE, tr moulds by which we are enabled to furnish a perfect APPLY '. R. FORTUNE. i the wooden ttibd.Tallahassee. ItI

for injuries acknowledged to be dark and July 10, 1547. 21 JL with two drawers, article. We are also Agents for tbe sale( the June 12,1S-17. 41Master's I April 3,INT. S?e--------i_. f

damnable. Woeld not the scene bo a rich 1 do. do. Book Case Napier, Wa.hin ton and Smith PRESSES, which Notice. : .r
? It is Superior Claret for Sale. 1 do. do. Bureau with Glass to ether with Chases,Cases,Composing SticksFnriture. Sale. I
one very preposterous supposn that T BOXES of Claret for Sale. 1 Curl Maple Lonngo with hair maltraxs. top Ink and every other article required in the virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of tbe Six months after date, the u undersigned Admini* :

the whig would do this some may think.- t.J Apply to 1 very wide Curl Maplo Bedstead and hair RU- Printing business,will be k.pt4n hand,and furnished By Circuit of Florida for Gadsden County, of Daniel N Cone, deceased, late of Columbia i

Perhaps it Is preposterous to suppose that they J. R. FORTUNE. trass, made to order, at manufacturer's prices. in a cause between William J. Dailey,Adm'r. of A. County, East Florida will present his final *

would do right. If the ground they have assumed July 10, 1S47. 51 1 hair mat trass, Editors and Printers wishing to establish a Newspaper Bellamy,dcc'd.,complainant, and Mary C. Rowles, accounted vouchers to the Judge of Probate for .

be correct they are bound by 2 Moss mat trasses, or Job Printing Office will b furnished withan Ex'x. of Joseph R.Rowlen,deceased,and others,are Columbia County and ask for a discharges t
every 2 Wash Stands, detail for t the same, stating the size I w.ill WILLIAM CONE. Adm'r.
NEW BOOKS &c. defendants for the foreclosure of a mortgage. (
principle of justice to make the most humble 2 Ward.rob. of etmate'n paper or the particular style and quantity of to sale on the first Monday in July next before Blount's Ferry,E. F., May 29.iW7. 43 6m ;

confessions Mexico and the world ; and if JUST received per Brig Wakulla, An Overland Sir OS yds Carpeting that has not been use4' work to b eetN.The.roprieton expose the Court House door id Qwoc). a woman named .1
round the World 1841 and 1S12,by
they will not dp at, they must proclaim to all cy in but very little.all of one pattern. Apply to Ocj- newspapers who will pub.lish Molly about 24 year of art; .boy named William Notice.

mankind theifttter destitution of all moral George Washington Simpson and his Generals, by J. T. Headlcy, July 3, 1847. 50 J. R. FORTUNE. ; this advertisement six months,and sen a paper about 0 yean of age; and a boy the child of SIX months after date I shall present my accotinf
to our office weekly, will be paid for th ad'ertil- laid about yean or arc.I. vouchers tw the Hon. -McDonald, Judge
principle. must have the brazen effrontery A voyage the river Amazon by W. H. Edwards, Molly
They up Leon County ment by purhain nix times the amount of advertising R. ItARRIS. of Probate in and for the CoUnty of Madison and 1
A Summer the Wilderness Cha, Lanman
to persist in a.wrong-th&darkelt( and most by Master afid Commissioner.June .
I Prevention better than Cure by Mrs.Ellis TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. bi Special apply for a discharge sa AdmiDiatntorL
Accursed that the world has seen-at i GREEN t CO. 3 1947. 46. W. .
ever Vicar of Wakefield.ilhutntf'd edition, of Leon noti __ of ,
County are
the same time,refusing to make reparation.If .- Winw right's Family Prayers, THE tu-payer that I am now prepared to receive hereby Taxes June 20,1817.49 Cm 1 Canal S.'ow. DR. J. S. BOND Madison S. B. RICHARDSON.J .

were not too serious a matter for the Headley's Napoleon| and his Marshall, duo the State and County of Leon for the year 1847. \. :.Horse for Bale.ll his services to the citizenj County Ma? IS, 1847.43 6m
honor of the Georgia Scenes; Hill, Side and Border Sketches They will find mo at the House during the (!ll OFFERS professional -
be '
it amusing enoagfe Cour ** is BootsSbbesand *
country A XJfjOD: harness HORSE per.Ij1uu'r1 ee and thesernundlngcountrj. Leather .
by W. II. Maxwell ; Mrs. llemaiw' Poems session,where I happy to them. t ,
to see the whig party get the power Flora' Interpreter Ainsworth'n Latin Dictionary, present .bl A. met fectly sound and pood for salef1.low 1 Offiee at Col. Fisher's Hotel. f\ band and made to order,Cbctlper"tkaA ever

they wtut {Loteuwlte Democrat. Mirror Library complete in one volume, and ex officio Ta}'ISHE ,Apply! to' ,J. R. FORTUNE. May 29, 1847. 45 tf \J before offered in this ehyj Call aod._,., :
Andrews'Sallust,Ant bon'. Cear, July 3.1 Srif 50 Jane 11,184'> 48 1. Notice we will aatMfy yod that borne tnanufactww Ow i
&o Jtfkblet's History of France,Moore's Poems cheapest. The atteatioo o( Planters ia Jat jfeil t avery .
JtauThe Wilmington (Del.) Vpp Suwannee hiring demand against the estate of article ef
Dewee's Children Dcwee's Midwifery .1. ALL rfertohs superior Negro Shoe for etw deUu.
ays a severe snow storm vUhed the Oxford Bibles, with clasps, months after my accounts SONS who Cy.i.to S Kornegay.lateef Jefferson Coflnty, deceased made of the best matei ials and wtmnted Ir lip

.near and above the Pennsylvania :rvVebster's Dictionaries Brainara Flute and Violin SIX vouchers to the Hon. Judge present of Probate In 1. wanne 'SIl d. .db perfect ,will take notice that they must present themto Prices fa*other kinds of work will be Toaod to correspond. .

j 9DjMOada.Jut. retractors,Elliott's celebrated Chinese Razors and the County of and apply for a duo 'y. as'tb sri io order, sad yi.ito. the undersignedduly aaUientirated within tbe ._ Repairs of Boots aDd Shoes Saddles and)
-s.liAe Combs .Silver Head OrnamentsGold Studs, lo Jeferan. coming aJlparU of couutrj daily. Am- time prescribed i by law or this notice will be phadi. Harness short otke. Hasan ef.every qftalitymadetoerUer.
Silver charge rum
rly an hour in some placesand o th eal t .; bar of their"covery ,. ,
accoau&odations fof alU -
For sale by of Everett White,late of said County, pie '
.We the. but hear u 'J. .' e JOSHUA TAYLOR, SeD., ; U.-M'MILLAN.
injured) crops we P. A. HAYWARD. T. '., FHANCW H N, Proprietor.pper.Sprlng.JsnUQ1947. -S WH. .
of .
no serious danar. BEAT 45 4w 'Isy 29,1SI7.t 45 2m "Execwtor 5 Quinc3P,/iptit3. -*'. n .
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g2p,, and.%Cartky streets.cfponte B.Jfarnanft J? frm o Seb.1847 ( .IJ.D. AMKICBT.o..a; SBBJTCT TO TH* .aw bat ia and for Ow Cecnry Jd&rson sad apply for -nix?,beIonthedoft tIt
-! Drug Siangan*neartt Cert M.Vn June 1851, ? of Florida,will bs .or Ta.. JIXZT ocxcmAi.AMKJMLT. a discharge Administrator the estate of Clement t Roc'i Bid, in the wjrf( w<3uiijRHSfe
: JUartet linme will k f nt**, received at the Contract Office of the Post Office Dejpartment. W.StephensIte of. said County,deceased. ridath. tol1owiDCJOJItIIai
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tW.t 1..St.
i>...r' M OCJrXMAl.AHCWnCKKT 01'I' of the 15th of July 1847, (to b.by te extend, a4 to Montkello,January 10, 1&11. 30 6m on the same for the year 18431 -" *.. M. ._ t

: Fancy, \ik and Staple Dry Goods, of Ang.) on the roe a 1 t manner: aad Mxg. citizens of the p.State iw6, 640 aunt JIt J hiolmee .

; ;J BOMM,Ha<" B ot.and Shoo.Hardware. a"i. hut resided uithtn tide,SIA.me year, the= Notice. belong to the estate of A. B.B1Ict.welL -.,

. Wood. Willow Cracker and Stone Ware, titefrancMse.QECTIOIf months after date,I shall present my account 4hao,4O semi vj5IB nouaes" VaUer.p raott
, Class Ware.) Groceries, fcc., 3533-From Jacksonville, bj Bny to 1. Sett enaeteJ tj the Senate end SIX Touchers, and apply to the lion Judge of bg to belong to ci.Sweet. .

KEADtTflfA-DE CLOTIIIXO. Alligator 70 le and back, B. O Itntse Representatives ef the State tf rte Probate ef Leon County for letters of dismission as Al o,SSOacrs ,purporting to betooff tCY6e,

. .,. sisruta tor THE FOLLOWING: Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday o at 6 .Di ride to General jtseembly cueeudTbat the first AdmioBitrarrix on th*estate of Grantflle Sheppard of Joseph M Whit,an4 lying en Sr.AAdr i 4E] ? .
t: 5 clause of the sixth the Coartiurtion be soamended deceased. i Also, 161 acres,lyiag OD lbWa4of St.Aodrv
arrive at Alligator next day by ail late of saidvCounty.
Ladiea Bariege. and and Mifelins Punted in Muslins dress patterDI. pursuance of law, I, JAM. POLE, Presi1 Leave Alligator every Friday P m. n..arrive I follows, o free whit.male person ELIZABETH CLEAVELAND, Adna'x.January23,1847. Bay,near.M OrmiCk'l, purportiajto belongto.1.

Tarltwi.Organdee dent of the United Sa do hereby Jacksonville next day by 5 p.m. a, ol the age of twenty-one Jer and upwd aid 37 emW. Coilin .
Book Mull Swiss and Jaconet dO.pPlain declare and make that public sales will b 3534 From Key West by Miami River, ladian who shall be, at the tim of offering JOHN W. COO*. Sheriff .

burred and stripe Cambric held at the undermentioned Land Offices in River. Mosquito Inlet, to Charleston, 100 miles zen of the United SaN who shall have resideda&d G. QBL'WOrrtTIM and tz oJJkW Tax Cot. Wisbingtj Ce.
, White and black Tarlton Mlkilin.J1ack SATE OF FLORIDA, a the periods hereinafter and back,once a month. bad his home and place of February 2O.1Sn. ,21 e.

, Crape,black Barirge, to wit : Key West from the ICth to the 20th of**cl permanent abode in FIoridafor one year next preceding Attorney, _at Law, State of
Green Bariege, Black Lace and Lore Vellil At the Land Office at ST. Acctrrnxr,commencing Lan, arrive at Charleston frith aflpractacabledes-, the election at which he shall offer to Tote, MoBtieello, Jefferson Couty, Florida, Florida.IN .
'- Ginghams fancy MM! solid colours on Monday the hcetftk day of July next,for thedisposal and who shall,at such time and for six months ira CHANCERY.- -IN THE CfrCUiT COURT
Sariego and Muslin embroidered Shawls of the public lands the limits of the pat b.LYt mediately preceding said time,have bad his habitation \TinLL attend the Circuit Courts of the MiddleV FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY.
\ltbi. Charleston on the 1st of each month,.eniv I V Columbia
Circuit,and of the Countyof of the
.. Do. and Silk Scarfs, undermentioned townships, to wit: at t with all I ,domcl,home and place of permanent ab Hampden S. Liotoo c""at..Ie ,
Fascy silk Handkerchiefs, South of the lose line and east of Ae principal to run rrUcledepc in county in which he may offer to vote. b Eastern Circuit,Florida. .
.1 Linen Cambric Proposals Ke at all elections under Monticello,August 22,1846. ,S Catharine Diu Smith M.
and riar. and Key Largo to Miami River by deemed a qualified voter ,Joh" &xitb.
.Do. dow HJkfo, plain, Township range twenty-eight. by land' and water via Jupiter wae, an River, Constitution and none others, except' in elections by H.Harrison, Defendant Richu. .
embroidered, Townships twenty-one and twenty-two, ot retwcntnine Mosquito Inlet and to Augustine, : ticket in th State or District prescribed by Law Notice.BROCKENBROUGH TT appearinrto the Court, by the affidavit at
coloured Ed Glove, mr b fee COlD-
S. "i
,4. Black and fancy considered also for portions route to which ,the elector mus have been a 1 plainant, that the defendant, Catharin.
Pockets ;
Silk, metal and velvet coloured Work silk Mitts, Townships eighteen and nineteen, and seton six, in bid.353I'ro. b specified hided of the State one year preceding the & MAXWELL. Smith, is a non-re.deDt of the State, and re.ic1a.Diza

Black, white and fancy Gloves ia township twenty, of range thirty. Milton to Sparta, miles and back, 4etion,and six months within the election district the State of South Carolina : j hi
. Whit*and black twist tlilk eighteen, nineteen and twenty-one,of on C I it which he offers to vote Pot That no sol H. BROCKENBROUGH will return to Flo JT istherrfort Ordered That the said ddendul.so
and Township WM.
. Lisle Edging Mcblia Edgings Inserting, Leave'Tet.Milton Tuesday 0 a. m., arrive at der, seaman or marine in tb Army,or Navy in time to attend all the Courts of the appear and answer the complainant'.hill on
Black mlk Lace, 1 to S in. wide and Laces Townships eighteen and nineteen, of range thirty- Sparta next day Ife m. a cf the United Sate unless he were a qualified elects Middle Circuit,and Jackson and Franklin Counties the third Monday in July bUr,othenr_ .or bel

: Thread and Bobbin Edging Leave Sparta :p.Thursday at 0 m., arrive at of this to his en1stment as such in West Florida. B. t M. will also attend the will be taken for conJes, and the mattm .
.t Parasols,Parasollcttes. and Sunshade, two.Township eighteen, of range thirty-three. Milton next day every by 5 in.353From a sildier, seaman or marine in Army or Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will be decreed accoding1y: .flld it i4/ilrther tknot
Muslin Bonnets p. o.dtrnJ
_; China,straw and fancy do. At the Land Office at NEWNANSYILJ.C,commencing to Fort Butler, mile I f'ary of the United States,or of the revenue service, devoted exclusively to the legal profession, and That copy of this order be obJjhed m.
I Misses China and do. da. on Monday thcninetecnth day of July next, for and back,once Okhmrk laU be considered a resident of the State in con claims against the United States, (or the attentive the public newspapers printed In thState of

Bonnet: Flowers Ribbons and, assorted Ribbons,, the disposal the public lands within the limits of Leave Okhumpk wek.every Thursday at 0 a. m., arrive juence of being stationed within the same. prosecution of which arrangements have been madein week for four nmonth.eonsec.ntively. 'one. a

Lutestring coloured velvet Neck Ribbons, the undermentionc townships, and fractional town- at ." l by Passed Senate, December 1. 1546. Washington. THOMAS BALTzEn hig,.
Fancy Leave Fort Butler at arrive D. h1.-MAYS, President S te. March 13, IS47. 34 A true copy : Teste
Black and white silk Hose, cord ditto South of the base line, and east f tht principal al Okahumpka every by II. ARCHER, Secretary Senate. C. G. FIFE. Clerk
White,brown, bloe, and slate ,
MI'SJCS white and brown da. do., 3537-From Pensacola.by Apalachicola,St.Mar I.' Passed House, December 16,1840. TIN MANUFACTORY. .. Monticcllo, Fa.,March IS,[20] 1S47. 33 4nEilSWns
;i Feather and painted Fans, Township nine, of range forten Cedar Keys end Tampa Bay to Key West, COO miles ROBERT RON, Speaker Ho. Reps..
j paper Fractional twenty-seven, twenty-eight, M. D. PAn, Clerk.
r: Pink,white, scarlet,straw, and blno Floiencc, townships acd.back,once a month. J. R. FORTUNE ((3 AZEZEfiUDKALKSS
and thirty on the main land,of
tnenty-nino range
Lon Lawn Irish Linen, Linen Sheeting, Leave Pensacola on tho let of each month,arrive
: ? fifteen. at Key West with all practicable : An Act to amend the Constitution of this State so become the sole proprietor of the TIN IN

r Linen Linen Table, dama Bird's-eye"k. Diaper Linen Dowlas, Township twenty-seven, and fractional township Leave Key West on the M of each despatch.month, arrive .at to make the sessions of the General Assembly HAVING lately the property of R. Flakier &Co., DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OIL
v Russia Napkins Diaper Crash and Huckerback Toweling, thirty-five,on the main land, of range sixteen. at Pensacola with all practicable despatch. biennial inlta of annual. takes this method of informing the public that he Toilet Artlelei, Pwfnnury, & *Udi" 'CUu

,' 6 to 12-4 brown and bleached Cot.Sheeting, Township twenty-seven, and fractional townships Proposals will be considered for parl of said ronte, it enacted by the Senate andO will keep constantly on hand, at the.shop oppositehis rAUrTEKS ,
Cord Cambrics, white and brown Holland, thirty-three an ,on the main land,of range to be specified in bid, and for service from loU of Jlrpresentatiees of the State of Florida store, a large assortment of all tie varieties of BKUIHCS AJTD COLOKS,

Alpacka. Bombazine, silk Vehet, black Satin, seventeen. Pensacola to St. Andrew's Bay and St. Joseph's:, or Gent Assembly cunvenedThat the second Tin and other articles usually kept in his line of Apothecaries Glass Ware, Ac.
Dre i and Furniture Calicoes, Township twenty-seven, fractional towns1p thir- cither, and from St.Joseph's;by land to ApalJicLicola clause of the fourth article of the Constitution of business. lie will also be prepared to furnish any TI 'constantly on hand aDd fur Ale- th.
> of number.hades. ty-two,on the mau land,and \ tirty.tbre ,and thence by water. this State be .amended a to read a follows, viz: Merchants in the country Tin-ware at as low pricesas lowest market price
i Tape, Needles. Sdver Thimbles Fancy Binding, and thirty-fitc, of range eghten. 353S-From St. ?Irs, G: by Nassau C. II., Fa 2d. The members of the House of Representativesshall they can get it from the North; and begs them to

Number. various kind, fancy ilk Trimmings, Townships thirty-two,. : thirtyfourand to Jacksonville,51 :and back, once a 'cd:. be chosen by the qualified Voters, and shall call and examine for themselves. There id an object We bare J received by We artivals large addition!

t. White,brown and facy coloured Linens,for mt'ns' thirly-f\.c,of range nieen. of schools Leave St. M.111 every Thursday at 1 p. m.,arrive serve for the term of two years, from and after the in having it here, as it will be free from damage, supplieso.DnsgsAfeijnj Chemicals,whici
appropriate by lw u at day by S p. m. day of the first election under the amended Constitution which it usually gets by shipping. together with most ef the popular paten MfM&es*

Fancy wear coloured Cotton military, purposes, will b excluded from Leave. Jacksonville every Wednesday at C a. m, and no longer; and the sessions of the General GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF TIX-WARE. render our assortment the largest and most varied i in
the sales. shall be biennial and
'a at St. next day : m. Assembly commence on the State. AU of which offer
Mark's we at the
rive lowest
I Jl Pretty and Fancy Assortment The sales till cach be kept open for two weeks, ; bJ the fourth Monday in November, in each and every 1 doz. Furnaces, such as every family ought to puces. eaA

Itfciis Kcady made Clothing. (unless the lands are sooner di.J.d! of,) and no longer JVOTEK. second year, or at such other times as may be pres- have, Sugar Dippers Supr Skimmers, Oil Cans, July 25, &. 1 LEWIS JL AMES.

HATS, UMBRELLAS, &c. ; and no private entries of land in the townshipsso Each proposal should be accompanied: by a guaaatce cribed by law. Counter Scales, Zinc for Stoves, &c.,

Patent and Calf BooU, acwcd anJ pegged, offered, "ill be admitted until after the expiration ,signed by one or more responsible person, i in Sec.2. Be further en acted, That the third clause Sheet Iron for making Stove Pipes PRINTS ONLY.
CUlf Bootees, do. do. do. of two weeks from the commencement of said sales. the following manner, viz. : of the fourth article of the Constitution be amended Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of Buildings .

Fashionable Beaver and Leghorn Hats, Given under my hand, at the City of Washington, I The undersigned guaranty that _, so that the same shall read as follows* 3d. That the and put up at short notice,either in tho city SPRING
Wens' and Boys' Palm Hats. this sixth day of April, Anao Dbmiui one thousand if his bid for carrying the mail trom -to- Representatives shall be chosen on the first Monday or country. STYLES-1847.

Cotton Gingham and Silk Umbrellas. eight hundred and forty-set be accepted by the Postmaster General, shall cuter in the month of October, in each and every second ALSO, a new invention for draining Sugar,which
Hard Ware. JAME K. POLK. into an obligation prior to the 1st day cf September year, from and after the first election under this a. will drain it for market in two days,and begs the LEE & BREWSTER

a*r Mill, crow-cut, hand, key tenant and wood SAWS; By the President : next, with good and suilkieut sureties to perform the mended Constitution,or on such other day as may planters to call and examine. 44 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK ,
Autefll,tiletchiseli and braces,with bills assort', RICHARD M. YOUNG, service lrolljd.1Thi be directed by law. 20 patent Well and Cistern single and double Rod Beg leave to inform Dealers in Dry Goods, that tktt

Knob plate, stock, pad, trunk, chest, cupboard, Cwnmistioncr of the General Land Office. should be accompanied by the certificate ofa Sec. 3. Be further enacted,That the fifth clause I Pumps,well adapted to plantation use. have received, and are now exhibiting, at THE

hox, horse and till Locks, assorted, po tmater, or other equivalent testimony,that the of the aforesaid article be so amended as to read as March C, 1&17. 33 WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for Prinlttl Cali-
Pocket and table Knives, hoe and butchers' do., NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. guarantors arc men c property, and able to make follows, viz: The Senators shall be chosen by the coes,
Every entitled to the right of pre-emption their qualified electors, fur the term of four at the
Carvin Knifes and Forks, person good years SANDS' SARSAPARILLA 5(aD (PASES
.5 lL\ZORS-lo'e\y of Old Hough and Ready Razor to any lands within the townships above enumerated, The proposal 1 should be tnt to the Department aiue time, in the same manner, and in the same Comprising all the '

Straps, is required to establish the tame to the satisfaction sealed, endorsed "Proposals for Route ,\"'. -, place where they vote for members of the Houso ol- FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE New Spring

: -t German silver table and tea, Britannia table and of the Register and Receiver of the proper Land Office in -," and addressed to the first assiitaut i Pos t- Representatives; and no person shall be a Senator OF ALL DISEASES ARISING[ FROM AN Of British, french.) and American Style
and make payment therefor, moon as practica&le General. unless be bo a white man, a citizen of the United Mawfaetw;
table and tea ,
iron which
tea, and Spoons mater IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD ADDITION to their usual stock
after teeing this notice,and before the diy appointed Statesand shall have been inhabitant of this ,render
and Mills, Brass Kettles, For the prohibition of bids resulting from combinations an State their
OF TilE '
Box, coffee corn preserve OR HABIT SYS. assortment one cf the most beautiful and attractive
for the commencement of the public sale of and the terms and conditions which for two next preceding his election, and the
Chains the years
Log, fifth, trace, halter and dog on TEM, VIZ: in the city; and havitg jn f been'purchased
iron Grid-irons, Waffle and Wafer-irons, the lands: embracing the tract claimed; otherwise contract is tube made, see the last annual advertise last year a resident of the district or county for which
q Wrought such claim will be forfeited. Scrofula or Kin Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate FOX CASH hiD SHORT
Cull in No. 1 Axes Steel Traps, incnt. C. JOINS he shall be chosen, and shall have attained the age ,
and and short-handle Shovels, RICHARD M. YOUNG, : General. of twenty-five years. Cutaneous Eruptions Pimples or Pustules on tile Are offered by the piece or package on the samt
Amos'Spades, long Po.trtt
.,: Snath, shrub! Scythes and reap Hooks, Commi8int of the General Land Office. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, April 21, IS47. Sec. 4. Be it further enacted,That the sixth clause Face, Blotches, Biles, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring terms,at and below manufacturers prices.
J Fair and good supply Mechanic Tools, and April -, 40 ts May S, 1S47. 4* tlSJuly. of tho aforesaid article be so amended as to read as Worm or Teller, ScaldHeadEnlargenient and Catalogues of prices (corrected daily are placed
Pain the Bones and Joints Stubborn Ulcers
of ,
. Hard-ware line not (follows viz: Tho classification of Senators madeat in the hands of buyers. _
in the
.. .Vojuy, many articles mentioned. Bar and Billiard Room. Worms Worm! Worms the first session ol the General Assembly held in Syphilitic Symptoms, Sciatica or Lumbago, and Purchaser will inform themselves the stafo of

MONTICELLO, FLORIDA. bane of childhood,and the certain precursor the year 1815, shall continue unchanged ; one half Diseases aritit;from an injudieitus use of Mercury the market, and be well repaid for an examination

Willow and Wood Ware. undersigned respectfully informs his friends THE many dangerous, diseases, if allowed to remain ot whom, as nearly as possible, shall be chosen for ,Jlscitcs or Dropsy Exposure or Imprudence even if they do not purchase.
Churns, 3 sizes Tubs of all sizes, THE : inLafe. .ilso. Chronic C'snstiutionalDi.wi-der.. L. 4. B. have
the public that he opened a BAR AND long in the human system in great numbers. ever hereafter biennially (or the term of four years: peculiar advantages executing or-
WcH Buckets,Pails,Brass and irori-bcund Buckets, BILLIARD ROOM in Monticcllo.ha on the West side Thousands Children annually from Provided, however, and it is hereby declared, that ruts preparation i is a combination hitherto un- ders for prints, which respectfully solicited.
Keelers. Bread-trajs, Wood-measures, i di JL known in the history Medicine, differing entirely
'I of the for their accommodation, andsolctltLcir the term of office of that class of Senators unexpi- LEE & BREWSTER
public Worms ,
Willow Chairs and Carriages, for children, I square red at the first election under the amended Constitu- in its character and operations from the various
4' Work Baskets and covered Market ditto patronage. His BLLAR is The season i is now close at hand when they be- tion shall preparations Sarsaparilla which have beenat 44 Cedar Street.
approved excellent extend to,and expire on, the first Monday January 23,1847.
come most troublesome to children. different times offered to the public. It acts 27 t2S
Groceries. in October eighteen hundred and fifty. specifically -
; order. His BAR is stored with the best Hints, Liquors
Young Hyson,Imperial and Powchong Teas, and Cigars; also a variety of CONFECTIONARY. Dr. Woodru< Worm Specific Sec.5. Be it further enacted That the first election upon the whole system, thereby bringing it CHARLES ARCHERS

Rio and Java Coflee, His rooms will be opened at all hours, It a safe and cdcient remedy,ra Worms. Try it- for Assemblymen, under this amended Constitution under its direct and immediate influence. Although ANDS at Tallahassee,and the planta-
L) good the the shall take place on the first Monday in October possessed of powerful healing effects, yet it is entirely tion of Col.
.. Butter and Water Crackers, day and evening; and, by strict attention to business I a a an cheap a cheapesJklr. R. Mitchell, In Thomas
Ro Herrings, in barrels, and fdeniK to please, be to give satisfaction Joseph Shipley, of Mloe Co.. Ga.says it eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and the first harmless, so that it cannot injure the most delicate .- I county,Georgia, at $&, 01O and 919.
; No. 1 and 2, Mackerel in i bbls. brand, 1S40, to his customers.bop and see genera. brought away 200 Worms( negro child,belong session of the General Assembly,under this amend- constitution. When in perfect health, no effect February 20, 1847. 31
10 bI4I. Fullou Market No. 1 Beef, Cal. BARRINGTON. in? to him, in a short time. ded Constitution,shall commence on the fourth Monday is produced by its use except an increase of appetite -

t wc; White Beans, Rice,dried Apples and Peaches, Monticcllo, May 1, 1S47.S 41 Mr. John J. Little, of Whitesvillo, Geo., says I in November, in the year eighteen hundred and ; but when disease is seated in the frame, and M. D. PAPY
fast its victim along the path of life, then
I. Sardines, 10 ibbls. soused Pigs-feet, gave it in one case and brought away:Woms. Inanother forty-eight. carrying
Js Dbli. and !bbh. Flour. Lemon Syrup Boot and Shoe Making case, i cured LU negro of Tenia or Passed Senate December 22, I8t6. its mysterious influence is felt and seen; it enkindles ir

'. Sperm Candles, Colgate Pearl Starch, the ,Tape irorm. D. H. MAYS, President ol Senate.H. new life, and vigor and brings health and strengthto WILL Practice in all the Courts ia the Middle

Colgate l pale Soap, brown aud toilette Soaps, THE undersigned stock and,having materials purchased of LUAES Mr. Thomas Boyd, of Coweta Co.,Geo., says, I ARCHER, Secretary of Senate. the suffering and diseased. Office on the first floor of the Capitol .
,.1. Pickles assorted-Catsups, assorted who is about the State gave it to a negro boy who was in bad health; it Passed House of Representatives, December 29, II TauTH is STRANGER THAN Ficnoir. -LET ,South wing room formerly occupied by the
I .REJIELD. leaving brought immediately 3C He THE FACTS SPEAK roa TUEHSELYII.-The follow of the
. Olive Oil, loaf and crushed Sugar, away worms was soon 18IG.ROBERT Sectary Territory.
;E' informs hid friends and the
.: Scotch Snail, of several Factories repculy : well,and remains s up to this time. BROWN,Speaker Ho. of Reps.M. ing certificate is only another link in the great chainof November 15, 1845. n
that at the old stand,where its merits. Let the afflicted read and
D. testimony to
. Mustard and Spicef, assorted, public January, 1S47. PAST, Clerk House Reps.
. r4 Putty, White Lead, Window Glass, prepared and to execute ill He work has on in hand his line the finest'ithpromTtncs GRIFFIN, Pike Co., Geo., July 12, l9l0.- "t.bruary21,1S-17. 32 Cm be convinced. What it has done once it will do JOHN ERMUIrE

Train, Linseed, and Lamp Oils, despatch. Dr. Woodruff Please forward immediately three again. ATTORNEY AT LAW
of calf skins, and all sorts of and will Notice. ,
and low Tobaccoes mateia. dozen of Worm We have calls il CHARLESTONy, Mass., Sept. 23d 1846.
price Specific. ,
ia Good chewing,smoking your for
make at short notice, and in the GENTLEMEN'S months flier the publication of this notice, I Quincy Florida.
&c. Scud it without SIX This that son, aged seventeen
&c.&c. daily. dt-.ay. certify my now.
Powder Shot Lead may
'C BOOTS AND SHOES O.ery descrip Rtuly.JNO. : apply to the Honorable! James M.Gilchrist, TTT1LL attend the Justices Courts of Gad
has been for ten afflicted with the scrofulous
tion. Boots footed soledand otherwise & of Probate for Gadsden for letters of years V'Y the
County Circuit Court
repaired in Judjip County of Middle Florida
TALBOT Co. Ceo. December humor. At the of seven he had the measles
p ttr: Tho inhabitants of tho city and county, good style and at reasonable charges. He will war Dr. Woodruff have, made trial 12, of 15. mission as Administiatorfrom the estate of SusanS. I which probably age caused this years humor to make its and the Courts in the adjacent Counties Georgia..
counties, are particularly rejucbled rant his work be to done in the your Such appearance November 22
and those of adjacent to equal any place, in 1845- 19 tffcy
Worm in deceased.R. most his
Specific bad with the a singular covering bony
a very case, hippies way
call and for themselves-and, espeei1 and to satisfaction to L. EDMONDS Adm'r. Sentinel
give :
to see good fitting
.r ( any tumors. copy.
a a a effect. I think more of it than ever, and believe i it from his head to his feet with small t I consulted -
call the attention of the LADIES, whole other workman. Quincy December 12,1S4G. 21 GmSHERWOOD'S
ally, we
will do in 03 cases in the a Doctor of Medicine, and be examined him NATHANIEL HAMLIN
taste was never known to err. It will fiord me great JOHN LERCH. 10.J. ,
ROPER M. D. three days in succession, and not understanding his
; pleasure to display before them the diversified and May 8,1947. 43 t -E case,advised me to consult Dr.Rogers(New York, Factor and Cemminioi Imiint

attractive FANCIES in Store. IIE.TIEDY MAGNETIC REMEDIES, COLD PILLS AND I ;then being a resident of that city. After a long NEW-ORLEANS. .
Immediate and punctual attendance, will bepaid NEEDED
MAGNETISED PLASTER. and critical examination, having more than thirty
r to all orders tent me. For Dysentery, Diarrhea, ? and other medical gentlemen with him at the same time, Col. WM. BAII.ET, Jefferson* Co.iJAS.
p- S. F. BURNETT. Summer Cripl Pain For Chronic Diseases of the Organs and Limbs. KIRKSET, Esq.,Tallahassee.V REFERENCES.
he it Scrofula
: : Complaint I pronounced or King's Evil. The
30-{SENTUIXL,please [ /CHRONIC DISEASES of the D. LADD, Esq., Newport. N '
t April 17,1817. copy.
From the late lamented Captain HOLMES, Georgia I child waa then prescribed for,and commenced taking -
\ J claw Hypertrophy,may invariably February C. 1847. 29,
i ,
Regiment. medical drugs from that time. He grew worse until

: Peters1 Vegetable Pills! BRAZO ST. IG July 24, 186.D. I' i pain which be distinguished is produced by by the- June of 1537,and then his bones became affected inconsequence N.Commission. M. MARTIN,
M. Woodruff Dear Sir owe you an ; 'I pressure of the mercury that had been given him.
- 'I 'rDtllls aiightf* and In this case lias GREAT ARRIVAL for nt acknowledging before this the rept apolo a nal on the in ganglions the of the spi- A piece of bone came away from his nnder-jaw. in and FonrardiBg lerrJiuf,

Prevailed 20 Bushels, or 25,000 Boxes of box cf your D scntary Cordial, which ,O the "-I a nerves along, each intervcrtebral side of the the first place, as large as an English walnut, a piece 10-1 Poydras street.NEW.ORLEANS. ,
"DETERS* PILLS have from the tint been a favorite kindness to send tm while in Columbus, for the w spaces from his forehead as large as a sixpence and a piece LA.
, 4, JL medicine in the South, but now their consumption Dr Gordon's Family Pills ornycorps. spine have been,no matter given to the name may from near the crown of his head. It then went to SELLING RECEIVING AND FOR
malady by
I have found it a most valuable medicine and .t the back and side, and discharged in three places.- BUYING
the only
is confined to no section. In North the and demand for this attended to with .
vast and physicians, other promptness.REFERS
new nosologists or
rUE increasing regret that I have pot a of it. Whenever From thence to one of his limbs,separating in con-
:' East, and tho West, as well as beyond the Potomac: celebrated medicine, and the numerous supply ml : I?medical writers. The pain thus TO
.. men have followed the directions have invariably of the ulceration, the muscles and cod
South America, India, and the West Indies ,they sequence JKO. W. ARGTLX
in in all of the I be LATHAM A BAXRT
Europe ,
cures they are daily portions produCdtill more or less
efeclin found relief. We have suffered and from the bones of the ankle joint on the lack
known and appreciated.The demand are suffering part.- A.
p.' they are country where they introduced, of Dys. a severeaccording to the intensity BESTWICK, S. S. Suoxr.
t a fur them has no parallel in the annals of medicine, pepsia, Liver and Billious Diseases, much from Dysentary, occasioned by the wreche j ; of the disease, or its active or He had at one time fifteen running sores or issues December 5, 1848. 20
Cosplant water we have to drink, but Cordial r-- from the glans of the throat and those places I have
advocates your
be said of their
: and it may with their well ,Sick Headache, ; passive state at the time. Pressure .
atendants all to their tconte-l health and With :: mentioned. In 1840,1 lived in Portsmouth N. H.
.1 The is still they come! nng fio. ;- r Molasses BAd Fish Barrels.
cry & induced the to make -- --- the
I undersigned on ganglions next above
, all diseases of the stomach, the abdominal viscere II3 arange- my sincere thanks for your kindness,and best wishesfor and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever, which
; !' In ments to receive his stock direct from the proprietor, : the first cervical vertebra, indicated in the annexed undersigned has constantly on Jaasjd and will
the liver,or the system generally, their alternative and would their that your success I am your obedient servant, No. 1 determines tubercular settled in one of his hips, which swelled as large as T of SYRUP
say to numerous customers, they engraving by disease of engage any quantity superior Cypress
ISAAC HOLMES three of the other. under Medical
Macon Guards. Being
and tonic properties, actinz upon the const!I unt arc to them wholesale and retail Capt. the Head and Brain, Throat Ears treatment, or FISH BARRELS: the former from 37 to
: supply at Eyes or ; on the holding ,
A fresh of the
wilt immediate pr.pac supply above valuable medicines, they him laudanum until he lost his
of the blood, produce an gave reasoD.-
properties later
No. 2, that of the Muscles Limbs 40 gallons: the ,usual Fish
Irice.THOMAS just received and for sale by Lewis t Aine space Joints or ; Then I became alarmed, and sent for Thomsonian. barreJize. _
radical Druggists a
change, and eventually perform a core
M. TURNER, on the No. 3, that of the the Newport,Feb. 13, 1S47. 30 DAN'LLADTY
Tsr1lONIAzs.I Sanna.A ,Tallahassee; also,by R. Manning,P.M.,Man space Lungs; on space His medicine helped his hip and rcsored his reason. _
stock of these excellent Pills No. 4 that of the Stomach
large on the No. 5 that
Waines of Philadelj.hia reived nington, Leon County Jas. B.Ikard, P. M. Micco- ; space The third time he was attacked with this fever in
from Dr. ; ,
Extract of a letter ,
and for sale, at 25 cents per box with full directions, of the Liver, and at the letter A,that of the Spleen State Tax Collator's Sale*
_" sookie, Leon Cftunty S. F. Miccosookie ; 18-12, when bearing of Dr. Sands' and
Your Pills the Sarsaparilla
dated February 2, Ib-lO: are ; Burncy ;
mildest, in their operations and yet most powerful in by LEWIS fc AMES,MILES NASH,and EDWARD Samuel Puleton, DruggUt,Monticello; James Mine on the space No. C, that of the Small Intestines; on being perfectly satisfied that all other medicines had BY virtue of the power Tested in me by bw;I will

their effects of that I have ever met with in a BARNARD, Talaue.Fa and on enquiry will Quincy; JoshuaDaviesof Gad'en County ; D. Ba- the space No.1, that of the Kidneys; on the apace failed of effecting a cure, I sent and procured six bottles for sale,before the Court HOUM door,in,

. practice of eight any and twenty,eafl. Their action on be found in al town and vile in the South ker, P. M., Chattahoochic, We.Powers, Merchant No.IhatoflhoTestcs.&c.8, that of the Uterus; and on the space No. 9, and by the tune he had taken it all I consideredhim the city of Tallahassee,county of Leon,on the fint

I the chyle, and hence on tho imparities of the blood, al Wet. Marianna. well. Those places healed-he became bright Monday in July next, the following property, or M
May 8, 1847. 42 Cm It is no matter whether tenderness
found in
one much thereof, will the State and Covnt
t u evidently surprising." April} 3, 1517. 37 and lively-color came to his face and lipsfromthat pay j tax en
Extractor very a letter from Dr. Henry Hall, of Que.l or more places,or whether one or more of the organsor time till the Fall of 1844, his complaints never the cam for the yer 1846: V'.

ec, L. C. March, C, 1311:-"*** billious fever, Lad for Sale.T limbs these be diseased, as the curative cess,under the troubled him. At that time he became deaf, which Lots Nos. J17, :US. 319, 320. original plaotai
I sick i headaches for pidity of the bowels and en- WILL sell iny FARM c-n Lake Jackson, situated use diseased of remedies, proceed in one and all of the continued until last March, when his right eye became 179, north addition,of the city of Tallahassee purporting

ar s, ,.:, I cellenl medicine." contains near one thousand acres, seven hundred of necessity of these remedies, it is only sight of the eye so that he was in a threat measure A. A. FISHER Sheriff"- -'

For sale by LEWIS ts. AMES, MILES NASH, which is cleared, and ia now in a fine stale for cultivation necessary of the to intervertebral detect the tenderness'of the ganglia, in deprived of sight. and ex officio Tax Col.for Leon Coonlj.

&Ic EDWARD BARNARD. having been in fallow for two years. For airy These spaces on either side of the Knowing that Sand Sarsaparilla was the only December 26,1S40. 23 Gut

9 1S17. 42 Cm fertility of soil, laIn satisfied It i is not surpassed by pine. remedies invariably cure every case medicine that had ever done him any good,I appliedto
May in tie
success of these Pills in in a few upland farm in the first stages of the disease,and a great majorityof 300 Pieces
. ------- -- THE curing any Southern country. When it Mr. Fowle, Apothecary at Boston for more. He I Calico.
where all othe remedies have (al and was it was laid off with circular horizontalrows those in the last,including tubercula consumption has taken fifteen dollars worth which has removed and Summer Prints, choice ,Jut
t CABINET MAKING. hat, too, in cases of twelve and ceae, ba notjconsequently washedand will now and white swellings. Incipient consumption is frequently the humor from his eyes and hearing, and he now SPRING and for sale by patterns .

standing-warrants the assertion, that if taken according produce as much Corn, Cotton or Sugar, as it did detected by these symptoms, even before the appears to be cured, and radically so. I verily be. L.&HGItEENBERG&CO.. "

J DAMONiYNCh1.11AVING to the directions, they are a certain cure.- when first Two years past, I made an cxperiment cough commences. There is no other remedy for lieve all this latter.trouble might have been avoidedif April 3, 1847. 3t" -

.;.. bonht ll* entire stock and interest of \ long list o certificates in pror of their infalli ceae.on tweuty-five acres, which la remedies he diseaseis well known to every physician. The I had continued thorougly the use of the Sarsaparilla :\ ,
safe for
Wienkcr in the Cabinet Shop are ility might b added, but upon th directions pioduccd fourteen Cotton craps and two of are perfectly persons of all ages andoniitions when he was under its influence the first time. W. .
" 'Ii tutto all kinds of work in that line, and are demo.ufent. Try them and convinced and with tbo roost indifferent preparation,made one and require no change of diet except that These are the simple statements of the facts of the M'RinneyR1IneD: '

..:Z4';::r.\ fiope prepared the patronage heretotoregiven to the shop willP that ae mot effectual and certain, and the thousand pounds per acre. An average crops of a of i greater supply of lood. For sale by case, and I feel it my duty to make those facts knownto ARTIST, ,
1 cry best remedy ever oflered to the public to insure bale of the MILES NASH, for the benefit of those who be .
t be continuM. Their expedience in the business Colon to aero ha always been ladewben At the the public, may taken Room at" 13ana.rHose"M.
w.u-roAnlltbct in saying they can give satisfaction. a }permanent and lasting cure.BBACO'S season suited the cultvtion It i well Post Office, Tallahassee, Fa. afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the HAVING, Fla., respectfully tender his ser
May 8.1817.
.IIt STORK, Lowdes Co. Ala. 42 Cm very
,> adapted to the culture of has been-effected from the effect of this
'L hey esecuU their wo>V.well,and are willing to dispose .pox- core vices to those who desire faithful and accurate likenesses
.!.C? of it on as reasonable terms as any other work. AprU29I8J5.? $ imity to the Lake afOd the finest range for stock of JEFFERSON COUNTY invaluable medicine. of themselves or friendt.whi will be transmitted
, G. Tyler:-Dear Sir:-This may certify all kindf. My one-third of the HANNAH W. BECK, 229 Main it.
'1 men in the State. D. 1 term purchase Tax Collector's Sale. to posterity indellible ttOBtealtf ef th*past.
; 3 March 20, 15n. 35 tha many preparations for the cure of money to be paid on the first of January next, and. Suffolk,u. Boston, October 13,1846.-Then personally His Likenesses are warranted topleaW, Price ISO-
, 4 : CLi. and Fe.ver,and expending some forty-five dol. the balance in four annual instalments(rom that dats, B Y virtue of authority vested in me by.law, I appeared tho above named Hannah W. Beck Monticello
Match 39
physicians hills, without any benefit, I procured bearing a interest of 6,per cent. shall expose for sale, before the Court House and made solemn oath that the above certificate,by 27.1S47.
mi' Middle Circuit. a box of Dr. Tyler's Fever and Ague I'ii. atone JOHN S SHEPARD. door- ,in Monticello Jefferson County,on the her subscribed, and statements therein contained Sea Island Cotton Gintv

: IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT[ COURT dola whic cured me effectually, aer May 2(, IS.1. 45 St First Monday in July next, are. true. Before me, '
Nathaniel Pearce distressing and unpleasant com the following property, or so much thereof will I JAMES RICE, Justice of the Peace. subscriber beg levi to ia-

.I *t. I Attachment (or plant fo twelve months. I have known them used IceHoue.THE pay the State and County Taxes due thereon fur tb.lear :For further particular and conclusive evidence of WilTHE the plantert of loog-traP",'

Curette Ablon and Robert R, I $W) ,o. cases and not a rnnieboz has failed. I beict IceHoU b every morning 1840: iU superior value and efficacy, see pamphlets, which I 1: that they w staiengaftdq '
r' II Assumpsit.Damage 'o them to bo the very best and most safe and cer- eaceptcdfroni) 6 to 6J o'clock,where N E J) Sec 32, and M WLSec33aadWjofN may be obtained of Agents,gratis. '::... ,'***

& ''dtte1ebattrni ain cure(o ajnie and (ever that can b used,and unualled ic can be at 4 cents per pound; and atJ. R.Fortune's E I, Sec 33, T 1, R 4, N and E., purporting to be- Prepared and told by A. B. & D. SANDS, Druggists ROLLER HORSE G Wi, HSTiag.UId a grcttP' Tof -"

F. AMon& Co., a" 0 j 1,0 .) as a tonic reotir in a debitate con- store,after that hour at 5 cents per lb. long to Duncan M. Quarles.W 100 Fulton street; corner of William N.Y.SoIda1aobyLEWIS&AMESTallahageSMjTh. these Gins in Georgia,South Caroltaa aod Floods

1. T pi IE defendants and all others interested are hereby dllioD of the .yam. MYE Tickets are issued and sold at his are for 6 Ibs. i N W l,Sec 15, T 3,R 4, N t E owner not 'I they can refer to those who have purchased then*

JL notified: of, the institution of the above suit Price $1 per b full directions. of ice,each. f known. '. CATLIN., Pensacola.F.B.WHITING,St.Marks and who are willing to establish the reputation wtM

'Q : I l/y attachment,and are reunited| to appear and plead at TaUabau by.LEWIS & AME MILE N. B. The Ice EDWARD and rclocki the of M 2, ? 21T2,fl4N&EsO State. cleaner than any Mbtr Gins in -
in this case, within NAH BARRD wU evening at flj < fo accommodation use-- :
tlbe dbntio 6k tb tim all the villages Sabbath. II 1, 21T2,R4N&.EsO Agents:-'7iijt\U3XQA. & ACOSTA, .CeXIL7T1'r '
I i tOI a the keeps in ;Price, 81 per bottle.' Six bottle for$5.frKThe
} Sf tO wihing i o I wtl .. ., ,
3reacrt': It .
.b flERTIIELOT AnCH", West. aDlhelu over,night is very 3, 21.T2.R4NfcE.40-50a's. I public are respectfully requested te remember Ga.' GEORQX L. BzowrNewnansvilleEYh3.Single ,1ol"
. Attorneys&for Plaintilf. May 8, IS17.- 42 6m *%fcGroceries. 'Aprl24, 40 f_ J, 2.T2.U4NtEllSacr>. that it U Sand".Sampartlla that has been Gins, $45;dox with all late rmpwveaeafs-

..t. U 3iIn lyinginibebend of.Miccosookie Lake,near the plan. aad cooatanUrachi.ingncti remarkable cornet $. s. DoubJ Gins, r>5j do. with sHuts IsiPtOYi-
, May !, 18 17, I- Staple and Domestic Go. Utica of GOT. Moeelev,owW net known. the most difficult clan of disease to which the human unuti,$85.' Extra &. &btcabSb14 tl

BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY for A FULL ajsoitmcnt just received and for sale bv GENERAL assortment last reie To sale SMITH SIMKINS, frsrneiasubJActtherefore ask for $Sand Sarsaparilla ., moderate rates. Orders(or Gins and repairing Gif*

im \V1bTARS i LKW'IS: &AMES. Li. > L (i II. CREENBEnG &CO "' A by L, & .. ae' 0.I I Slit!. and f* nffido Tax Col.Jeff. Co. ,and take no other: ..* | please direct to VANCE fc BURNS..

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