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: May 9, 1846
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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IU -- !P O YIftV. When-= i is considered" that the region-of this-

contest i fr away from supplies] blt it (U
THE SLANDfRER. strong il features -that it

aT POu.DCL THE FLORIDIAN is inhabited by&brave and warlike race, and
.. her mouth with lying word,
tjwM' SUnder filled that the sympathies of all northern India must

saDder,the foulest whelp of Sin. The taut be with the the Sikh-and when btt'i Russia

tg n bom tbu spirit entered ru undone. I and France may possibly see their interest in

!fit tonga' wu let on fire cl hell, his heart permitting men to be furnished lht may pro

Jr death, bill were fAint with hute long a war contlyand
TTrt bl'ck u gt : ---- ---------- --- -- ---- ----------- ------ ---- 1 perilous t Engluh eu-

the lie his soul had framed. -jj; prcmacy in tbe East, it does not sesmea quite'
Sit pillow was the peace of fatnilie'I3eitroyed. ., clear, notwithstanding the firing of the Park
.! ,the sigh of innocence reproached, .- -- -- an,Tower guns in London over the
-- -- -- -- victor
--- ------
, Broken friendships, and the strife of brotherhoods; grave, he added, "Tuk-kar, tuk-kar, Miss El- ] how cold the air is I" 16 Miss Brownlee," replied The"soul shall be joined to the body at the re. TiE BATTLE OF MOODKEE. Moodkee.-.and the vote of thanks ;o

Si fee did he spare his sleep, and hear the clock ly! de Lord knows ole Abram wont tell on he, "I thank you for those words,though surrection. Then soul and body will bo happy The very river Sutlej on the banks of which ment to the Conquerers, that the work is decisive .

.1 Jtanber the midnight watch,on his bed, you, but you is so sweet and BO fashunating, they touch me keenly. Did my letter give together all eternity. This is what I thought, occurred the bloody fight between the Eng or complete. The next account from In 4

. Periling mischief more; and early rose, and white man berry unsartin-tuk-kar, Miss you offence ?" "Your letter Mr. Gervais I on looking at the silver cup and flowers, beside lish and the Sikhs, of which we hUb just received dia cannot fail to be looked for with great interest.

'. And made most hellish meals of good men's names. Elly." I have never received a letter from you." *'I the coffin. the intelligence the Hyphasis which I .-.V. Y. Courier. I

Well well Abram that will do wrote Miss El Miss Brownlee immediately the of Alexander's -_
door have seen him speed, ; you may you, proved boundary conquest, -
j From door to you might now go to the kitchen." ] on my arrival at home." Indeed From the Spiril ef the Time and beyond which his army would not follow From tht Frederirk Examintr.
of fools
Or placed amidst group gaping On the he the Ah, sir I know the gentleman that is SPOON FASHION.
in their ears with his foul lips. looking at door.plate, saw now; THE NIGHT OLD ARMSTEAD BROUGHT THE him.The .

ADd whispering in which he made name of the Senior of the highly respectable] -I suspect-who gets the letters ; but no mat. NEWS. easy victories and profuse and pre. HI fKKUEKICK JUBILA1D. l

Peace fled the neighborhood House, who were his present consignees, andto ter. Abram, don't drive so fast !" (She had BT THE VERY TOITKC 'ore.LowNoassosorog cious spoils, which in the softer and sunnier .Talking of peculiar situations "
,, Hit haunts; and, the like a shoots pestilence and blooms whom he had letters of introduction. His not full confidence in the driving of this old ALA., November 25, 11S.) plains of Persia or Western Asia, had rewar. ," said Mr. Tatem, ** 1 was once, in gentlemen rather 0

; Before his breath healthy former correspondents, not having made satisfactory servant, as he was oflate years unaccustomedto ded tbe valor and satisfied the avarice of the singular fix '
the Presidential of drawing .
As 44 I
Of social j(y and happiness decayed. returns, he had been induced to makea it ; having been for a long while kept as a was Greek soldiers-had indisposed them to fiercer .(How so- myelfI _
close and the returns' from the we.
Fooli only in his company were seen, change. by the advice of a commercial friendat house servant, but as a particular favor to him, to a respectlve conflicts unredeemed by captured treasures u I tell ai
! those forsaken of God, and to themselvesGiven States began coming in, the excitement wi you. Sajrers and myself had
And New Orleans. had been allowed to drive, on this occasion, which awaited them among the hardier and that
which had been with the gono May, favorite resort or
, up. The piudent shunned him and his house Leaving the steps, he walked the streets, especially as the regular had toddied pretty of the growing and poorer tribes of Northern India. Yet for a ion and Cap, during one of the hottest r\sh.

Ai one who had a deadly moral plague. and strolled upon the battery for several hours, extensively the day before.) You know growth campaign, strengtheningwith time, and while there seemed some definite ever up' this saon.
got on continent. It .
QI And Cain would all have shunned him at the day thinking of his singular adventure, and speculating Abram,"continued she, what a scolding: is. its!' !strength, could no longer be restrain. limit to the ambition; of their leader, tbey fol. ] hot I I wa intensely
but showed itself well the perspire insensibly when I
ed in
I judgment; but in vain. All who gave ear upon the probability of ever again seeing ter Robert got from father, for trotting Princeso as eager coun. lowed Alexander without murmuring, even to think of it I Have been
in the bitter words and you ever at
TfitA greediness or wittingly! their tongues the fair one, who by the brilliancy of her hard on the avenue, the other day. Is he tenances as hasty of actions the foot of the Himalayas.On gentlemen !" Cap

Made herald to his lies, around him wailed ; beauty, the sweetness of her vcice, and the lame yet, Abram ?" "Lame, got-a-mity, Miss of men. Business in this part the the,I anks, of the hiydaspes-the northern 11110 ] negative shake of the head loT- '

nike on his face, thrown back by injured mf'n. elegance of person, had made conquest of a Elly, Prince and Joe can lay ebery ting flat on country was almost entirely lost sight of; men tributary ofthc Induv the Macedonians lowed general the question. J .
e r Ii cbtlracters of ever blushing shame, heart, which. during the six years since he had dis road. What is yer 'bout dar ? Prince noted for their devotion to their pursuits encountered tho great king of Porus, who I Then permit me, as a friend and well-

Appeared ten thousand slanders. all his own. become ** of age," had never been surren. laying your ears back, and what Miss Elly their interests, might have been seen at any reigned over the region south of that river, wisher to warn you against the A
discussing place.
: hour of the day, idly loitering about,
e dered. and de gemmen is saying-tche-tche, Ole I and whose ambition was dreaded by all the "
much vehemence I more uninviting resort is not to be founJ. 'I
sYMPAflIY.I the with
He sought lodgings, but sleep came not. Abram will show Miss Elly how lame you is probable issue as i Indians dwelling on its norther bank, and be. have good authority for that it is the
1 BY BIIROP leanER.kkiigbt I as though their whole fortune depended stating
The morning came, but with it came not nert'efor tche-tche. tween it and the Indus. These eagerly hail. only unfinished of
I and a lady once met in grove. him to face the father of her who had caus. During this interesting conversation between upon it. Thousands upon thousands of dollars ed the approach of Alexander a a protector hare a legend down portion there which creation. They f

:c While each was in quest of a fugitive love: and he darednot :Miss Brownlee the driver and the horses were staked upon the result ; and whenit the rol. thus :
ed him to pass a sleepless night ; against tyranny-real or apprehendedof ,- The hands were at work on this at the
became known that the of New York spot
1 A river ran mournfully murmuring bAnd \, present his letters. Gervais had by some means, he knew not vote Porus just as England at this day makes trail of the sixth but
they wept in its waters for *}'mpathy.'Ohnever whr* I how her little hand in his it was to decide the conflict. the eyes of the whole battle the and night overtaking ,
While reflecting upon course pur. j pressed pretty : now Aflghans, now a. them, they wero compelled to
was knight such a sorrow that" bore," sue, the name of the very man he wished not I was withdrawn ; be knew not what to do or I the people were turned upon her with feelings of gainst the Sikhs-to avenge some real or supposed tons and this island was left incomplete suspend opeia.!'_

*Oh never was maid so deserted before, to see was announced. Escape was impos. say-a moment over, and through her droop. deepest solicitude.On wrongs to some native tribes or princes To those who'arc familiar with the .
"From life and its woes let us instantly fly, sible. "Say to the gentleman that I will be ing eye.lashes, Ellen had given him such a the arrival of the day upon which the vindicators,like Alexander, of minor wrong this i is certainly a plausible I have

4 ..And jump in together for company." with him presently," said Gervais to the ser look, that his very soul was instantaneously final news was to reach Montgomery, havinga by the infliction of wrongs tenfold! greater.On heard it called the 'jumping sr.off place.' Sunshine once.

They searched for an eddy that suited the deed, rant. Then adjusting his cravat and deposit. charged with the electricity of love and as she large amount of money 'bet upon the election the lef bank of the Hydaspes, Portia and sand a are the

But here was a bramble and there wa a weed, ing in his pockets a pair pistols] (to be used gently lifted higher the drapery of her eyes, and feeling verv anxious in regard to it, sat down his army, composed of 40,000 inducements to pay knee-deep a second visit.stronges To be

How tiresome it is," said the maid with a sighSo should necessity require it) he went down and in them appeared to him fragments of broken : I determined to send an express! after the in. foot, 6,000 horse, 420 war chariots, and more sure, they say something about the advanta- f
diamonds and in fluid of telligence. Accordingly, writing to a friendto than 200 elephants. The force of Alexander .
entered the room. rising falling a liquid of
tbey sat down to rest in company.They gel sea.bthing-bu look the risk. If _
the silvef and these crushed danced send my messenger hack as soon as the like that of the Army of England in the a
gazed on each other the maid and tLe knight : The risiter advanced, and exhibiting ; as jewels I you \'ent.e beyond nose, the '
mail arrived which I knew would he about your
and floated before his late battle-was native but with Eu. V'd-l
had been vision emitted the largely ,
How fair was her form and how goodly his height card which the evening previous o'clock \ carries you out, and death by dr
11 started 'Old Armstead'a
"Amournful embrace,"said the youth,"ere wedie;" given to his daughter, addressed him : Mr. beautiful dazzling rays, he became almost dcs- night. ropean basis and core ; besides his Macedonians evitable. After which grapling irons,'
Gervais, I presume, Louisiana' ?" perate ; anJ, encircling her waist, drew her faithful negro of mine-a great favoritein and other Greeks, he had the best cualr' and then the folow' 'coroner's inquest
So kissing and cr\ing kept company. if closer to him and said the village, "a pizen Democrat," with par. of Asia from Bachtria Scythia,
The same, sir. Your name, you trembling : !I' The spot is distinguished by a half'b:
*Oh,had I but woo'd such an angel as you :" please ?" Miss: Ellen, had my letter been: receivedby I ticular and pressing instructions to keep perfectly and a considerable force of native infantry.His .- dozen stunted trees,two or three apologies] for '

*Oh,had but my swain been a quarter as true"- Mr. Brownlee, of the firm of Brownlee you, would it have: been replied to, in a way sober, start home as soon as he got the main army, however was carr.! i hotels and three or four cabins painted red."

..To mis.such perfection how blinded was I !" Openheart & Co. ;" and offering his hand,' that would have insured a continuation of our I news, and to ride "Traveller" hard, and he Not daring to cross the river of so 6 But the story, Mr. Tatem-the "
Sjre now they were excellent com pan). continued, I am happy to see you in New correspondence ?" certain and he back before da,'. Immediatelyafter formidable an army, and especially dreadingthe All in good time, gentlemen. I said Sa-

length spoke the lass'twist a smile and a tear York, sir. We have been looking for you for .' Did I not promise you, :Mr. Gcrvais, before he had left. it became known in town effect of the elephants upon his cavalry } and myself were foolish enough to

"The cather is coldor i*Iter) bier, some days past. I expect, of course, to see you left for the South, that I would ?1" that I had sent' Old Arm':teadto Montgomery, Alexander, by favor of a dark and stormy night j down.gel Some two or three thousand people go ".

When the summer returns we may easily die; you, :Mr. Gervais, at our counting house, but Aye, you did," and drawing her still nearer and to give every one of hoth parties the hen- and of an island happily interposed between were there when we arrived-every nook and

I ..Till then let us sorrow in company." j have called thus,early on the.. way,down; to .to.!him, said softly : u, _.. _.. efit home of the that express, I agreed fire upon his arrivalat I I the banks of the river, above the position of corer was''jam full.' After repeated solici.tation .
ot May 1 hope now, dear Miss hllen ?" night, to one barrel of my the enemy, and which had the advantage of
-- --- ------- i I my business, at the request my daughter we finally succeeded in getting a Std!
D.lLLAN! "Yes I will letter." gun in the event that Mr. Clay was! elected, at once concealing and facilitating the
It : with whom you have a partial acquaintance.It answer Jour attempt room with the privilege sleeping two in a
-- -_u___-- ---- -- I appears that last evening, \\hiletnyson Bob O my dear girl, he merciful I do not and if :Mr. Polk was the'chosen one, I was of the Greeks-threw 5,000 horse and as ma. bed. The thermometer at 90, and two in abed

From the .\':: T. J faror. and I were out in our wagons riding all over mean the letter; may I hope for your regard to fire hoth. ny foot across the river, and leading them in The thought was a warm bath of

THE CREOLE'S COURTSHIP. town to find her yoirwere escorting her home. ?" and pressing his lips to her cheek, At my mini: : time I went to b vl-but not to I person turned the flank of Porus's army and itself"!

She desirous that I should call to "Jour love ?" sleep. The'dread uncertainty' of tho intelligence utterly defeated it with great slaughter to the descend to but
was very particulars, give us ,
About fifty miles'. from New Orleans, on the thank for the polite service you renderedher You always have had that, Germis," said I was !so coon to receive, added to a Indians-making the barbarian Iking a 'pris the story." .
west hank of the f father ofYivers, resides a lOU she Ellen her head his bosom he nervous fear as to the safety: of investment oner, and himself losing-differing therein
and to explain the reason why was upon ; I .Certainly. Jn the room adjoining ours,
gentleman by the name of Pierre Gervai' avail herself of the services of a raised it, their lips met-and when the next so lavishly made upon :Mr. Polk banished rest much from the English I battle-only 60 foot slept two beautiful sisters who for
compelled to girls- -- ,
who is half Btigar.planter. and half merchant. packet sails for :New Orleans, a bride, who is from my pillow. However about three o'. soldiers, and 220 hors I I reasons!! best known to shall
and who makes semi.annual visits to New Granger."She;:: clock in the morning, I had fallen into an uneasy myelf b name
A called Nikea the
had been passing! a day with a friend, the very heart's core of the young Creole, em. new city bit on spot less. One night, our arrival

York, for the purpose receiving the avails in the vicinity of the Bowling Green, and as barks with him, to he the mistress .of a hun. 1 slumber, and was!! dreaming of countingmonf'Y of the battle commemorated victory-and I had gone early to bed, not wishing to _
of hit of and to purchase and seeing new clothes, when I was .
shipments another called became the
sugar. the was about to get into an omnibus to go dred servants, and to dwell among the orange Bucephala monument participate in any of the hops*
goods.It home ascertained that she had lost her pure.I blossoms of Louisiana.EUGENE suddenly aroused by the clattering of horses of Bucephalus, wounded in the passage that were given at abminable'.
was on one of these occasions! as Gervai of the hoofs against t tbe hard ground at l least a quarter ) of the Hydaspes, and who died there. ol "
into I !
instead ofgoing any I it's said Na
sot at the window of his hoarding house in I The silly girl, and} borrowing the money, SUE AND THE UNKNOWN.It off. I raised' up in the bed, and in a moo Porus brought before Alexander and interrogated than.Poohpoob a ghost story,

Broadway. about ni ht.faU, one evening! in I stores in Broadway, ment recognized the strong, po\vl'rfiJllor of how he expected to be an. .
where the and her mother are not at all bashful has been the custom, says the Parisian treate No,gen emen.
that he caught a climp 5 of a beautifulcreature ( Tra rUt'r.! Springing on the floor, swered like He
July, my a king. was
bills cashier Journal des Dehats for the novelist notwithstanding disap. Then "
about running long as my great uo you were ducked with cold water,
who was scudding along through the I' testify,) attempted; up to walk home alone, a his reputation as a man of f fashion with my feelings in tumult of anxiety, I lit a pointed, for Alexander] made hi n a friend and remarked Mr. BlancharJ. .
crowd. can candle and jumped to the door, when Old and his dominions.The .
The crowd much of his time in the ally, greatly .
distance of full three miles.! prevented to bp-nd visiting Wrong again I Although a cold bath !
"Heavens how lovely! I must see her-I Arrn fead' seeing me and having about half fame of such generosity, united to such
her from accomplishing her object be. garrets of the city, relieving the poor, and at would have been acceptable at the moment.I .
rill see her again," said be to himself at the alarmed- a gallon' on his mind, shouted out Master, valor-opened the hearts of the Indian nationsof
I She became the same moment gathering a deep knowledge bad been for time when I
fore night came on. asleep some ,
same time catching up his hat, and rapidly I i attendedher :Mr. Polk's elected, by !" Not taking the Punjaub to him. He was where w
and of human nature. On dark and awakened the
this alarm perceived, politely a sleety night, e\'er by most muicl voice imaginable -
the house. On reaching the ht"1I"U I you time to repremand Old Armstead' for qualifying submitted and welcomed-and
leaving to
: pave will ,. having or.
home. I shall be pleased. and so November, he was standing] in one of the ,which said :
disappointed in not discovering his charm I when his news with so !strong' an expression, I ganized a naval] expedition to descend the Indus '*
house wretched holes in Paris where i .
Mrs. Brownlee! to see you at our most a poor Kate suppose ice lay spoon fiishion /
er-she was lout in the crowd. Hurrying on, Ellen daughter, can thank you for your I widow and her two children were ]lying in a'' sprang to my gun, which was sitting ready 1000 miles to the Sea, and to proceed Lay how 1" inquired I.

and pushing pedestrains to the right and left, my" i I I state of shocking destitution. They were cocked for the occasion let go one barrel and through the Persian Gulf to the mouth of the .Gracious heavens where am I f' ejacu.

he forced his way through the throng ; and civility.Gervais, gladly accepted the invitation, and without bread, or covering, or fire ; and the I IlJeat.ty had my finger on the other trigger when the Euphrates and ascend it (the famous voyage lated my unknown bed-fellow,jumping three
after two three cross streets overtook I j idea struck me to hold on a minute, and seethe j of Nearchus-he continued his march
passing or iI through
of of the children of
I feet
from the
the time which he passed in the society orphan a girl somefifteen bed ; and she (for it was a
her. He wished to but dared not turn to effect produced by the one barrel. Before '! the Punjaub, aiming, he professed reach \a
j added interest the Sue I a woud!
Ellen, whom he visited frequently, to scene. gave : man) have jumped further, but want of
another look-his failed him I j the reverberation had died out jumped the But when the the
away Ganges. came to
courage remained in New and left visit army
the few weeks that he j them some money, resolving to room permitted no striking display of agility.
and he passed by her. during : Bill Thompson.the most virulent, bitter whig banks of the they refused to cross it
hriurs of his them the next He did call andto 1'phasis Here
I York the happiest again day. was a situation for a modest man !ICe.
After walking a while and reflecting were among in the village, from the door of his. house reI and enter of unknown extent
on region
cultWated upon
mind astonishment and '
She a well his utter found the widow i fore I could say and ministers of
upon the probability of his ever seeing her life. possessed a rare combination of beau. her children surrounded with all the comfortsof I gardless of the bitter cold night, with nothinj i! and endless conflicts. In vain did Alexander defend uv* she angeI gathered her grace'dry

face again, he concluded that it would be im. and was altogether and loveliness and when he left her life-fire on the hearth, baskets of bread, on but his shirt (for he had just arisen from : argue, implore entreat and promise. Fol. goods,' and made ha good her retreat up from the

possible for him to do so then, without appear I ty, grace ; in and in fact the bed on the report of the gun,) and as he j jj low me," said he, but to the Ganges and the
for the south, it was with a promise, on Bologna sausages profusion! room. I am not a coward,gentlemen-yet, I
he abandoned the sunny t hit the ground,he yelled, rather than hollered Indian Ocean while fleet shall circumnavigate .
icgtobe impertinent ; so make home j our -
him to free confess that
to correspond with ; providedpapa every thing necessary happy.In am to my nerves were slightly !
project and crossed over the street. But soon part would: not object.Six the midst of this scene of profusion stood a Hurrah for Clay I am a made man, by i Africa-and then the bounds of our em. ] agitated."rho can she be 1Vhat was
reflection of the glimpse, which his natural Hurrah for Clay !" pire will be those which God has made thebounds
a Creole
and the slender dressed. she after .
months passed away, young man, very handsomely I 1-were questions I could not an. .
eyes had had of her exquisite beauty, flitted found himself on the 23d of January 1846, He was the cause of this sudden relief; the i In a minute more there came tearing tip of the earth." swer. Had I been a believer in gbot I 1'

t across his mind-he then became resolved, in the same city where he had left this be. I widow and her daughters blessed him with the street to Thompson's house half a dozen |I The Greeks were immovable, the thoughts should probably have gone down to grave, .
and he would see her and speak with with half naked whigs yelling like so many un. and of home had them.-
yswore girl. The streets were covered tears in their ees. Eugene Sue was much longings come over with the conviction indelibly impressed upon
i/ her. Increasing his speed in the same direction I witching the tleighing was fine throughout the struck by this token feeling in one so young, chaned devils, Hurrah for Clay and Fre. They solutely refused to cross the Hyphasis my mind, that I bad actually been in bed with
Ithat she was going, although on the opposite snow, linghuysen !I' I could stand it no longer, and -and Alexander after altars its "
and round ; Broadway was throng.ed brilliant and gay. When the young fashion erecting on one of the long-faced gentryVel !
side of the street, he soon recrossed and city with sleighs country of every description ; the whole able left, he followed, determined to ascertain with feelings of most unalloyed rapture, pulled bank to commemorate his progress thus far \ what took place then I Who was .

metber almost face to face. Addressing her, was in motion ; and as the sound of the his residence, and after much trouble saw him down the hammer' on the second barrel. Ifa I East, wept that he could conquer no other she ?

nidi he- city hells gingling merrily, mingled with the gay enter a carriage near the Place Vendome, and thunderbolt from Heaven had fallen among world-and turned his march homeward.In **Be patient-you shall know every thing.

"Miss, you are walking late ; may I see of the happy people, as they passed each drive to the Chausse d'Antin. Sue followed, them, it could not have produced more con. this case as in all like ones-our sympathies The two young ladies before mentioned sat .

you safe home ?" other laugh with railway speed it seemed as if all saw the stranger enter the Hotel of the Due sternation. Bill Thompson fell flat on his ftce are with those who defend their own opposite to me at the table. I had a very

The chase had now been kept up for more the world was enjoying a grand gala day. de K-. lie waited for an hour lor his re. and groaned I'm ruined" by -! Broke homes and the rivers and mountains which faint suspicion that one of them was a party ,

than a mile, but fortunately for the pursuer, I Gcrvais had called on Mr. Brownlee and appearance, and at last saw a beautiful young Smashed all to God has assigned to them-and whether it be to the transaction, and in order to.remove all :

the deer was not aware of it-she paused, and received the sum due him. And on enquiring lady of high rank come out of the hotel and Ky this time the streets were filled by the Ahd-el-Kader in Africa, or warriors of northern doubts, the next morning, at breakfast, I inquired .

tastily scanning his appearance,the rich silken after the family, was invited to join them in the enter her carriage. In that lady Sue recognized shouts of the triumphant democrats and the India-we feel that victory should b : .

II I fringe that gave additional beauty to her pure I sleigh, in a ride the following day upon not only tbe handsome dandy, hut the awful curses of the disappointed whigs. I ran. with them. Mis B., shall I help you to a little of this .

I! blue eyes, suddenly fell : and she hesitatingly] family Bloomingdale! road. Princess d'Orleans, one of the daughters of back to put on my pantaloons, and on my return That such will be the result miy bo possible oraletl"

j replied, tho the appointment he called at the Louis Philippe I She had visited the poor to the crowd found Old Armstead on the in both cases. As to Algeria, it has cost 6 If you please, sir." 1

,t "I am indeed out late sir, and will thank True and to informed by Mrs. Brownlee, widow in disguise, dressed in a white sack of I ground with a dozen men around him laughing France millions of treasure and tens of thousands 6 Will you harj it.rpoon fashion r said I, r
\ offer home." house, was ; on approaching the spot. I heard him of lives and the Arab chief is .
fully accept your to protect me she herself was not well, and that her peculiar make-the same in which she triedto yet great carelessly.
His offered, but it was respectfully that Louis at Ham yell out "Yah yah yab Bless God, dis little subdued as at tho Slush
1 arm was unexpectedly detained by a business rescue Napoleon some a beginning. S The deep that mantled her handsome
, declined. of the weather the throng husbaud was nite will be de def of me yet, and then he though the field of battle and
spoke and had sent a messenger months ago. face, told more than words that she was my 1.
the city, and other common place matters, in engagement' Mr. Gerrais would roll over in another paroxysm of)laugh Moodkee remained with the British, it is far ghost of the night. Having
but hoped that preceding gone
I which she joined briefly, but so pleasantly, with his regrets, ride. THE FLOWERS AND THE COFFIN. ter and press his bands to his side- Y ah from certain that the victory is final and deci without a light, she had mistaken room
would hare an agreeable up my
that Gerrais felt she did not view him with and Ellen entered the room ; her Last week I was at a funeral. Two rooms rah yah I hab seen heep of tings in Old sive. A passing glance at the relative means Gr her own, and but for the spoon fashion .i
Miss Brownlee soon but I seed nothing to beat
. di&f"ltf Virginny, never and numbers of the will
friends who had contending parties
transcendently beautitu), and were filled with come to at. arrangement, Sager would ha ve probably dis I
On, on, they walked, until arriving in front appearance took was her hand and assisted her into tend the burial of a little girl. Her body lay dat On some one inquiring of him what shew this. us in bed together. I am happy to t

clan ellegant house, in street, she stopped as Gervais and her lovely face, he in a coffin, on a marble table in the middle of was the matter? he replt'd, "I am laughingat Acoring to the latest authorities upon covere, gentlemen, that the affair ha had a pleasant .
gazed upon Mr. ,
and said to him- the sleigh, Gathering the parlor. Her sweet lips were closed, and the way master" Thompson we been able to lay our bands the denouement. Miss B. and myself are

I am now at home, sir; you are an entire was happy, he was rich very robes happy.that lay in profusion her pale hands folded over her bosom were as Yah yah yah total number of European troops in all India now engaged to b married. When the ceremony .
around them the this time had broken, and the crowd
ranger to me, and I doubt not that, to you, vehicle, and takingcare cold as the marble. By day i is about 30,000, of whom 20,000 are of the takes place, you shall b present, and .

ray acceptance of your protection appears ex. all over the graceful enveloped chin deepin By the side of the coffin was a silver cup, had broken and assembled at the groer regular army, and the residue recruited in if you do not pronounce her loveliest andmost I
that Miss Ellen was about half of them .
trtordinary : I cannot now give an explana.lion the word Old such as children use, and in it was a bunch of where were Great Britain for Compiny's service. This accomplished of her sex, then I will un.

I sir, but you will oblige roe, by leaving furs, Gervais gave the noble go. horses fresh flowers. I dare say it was Emily's cup. the midst of the confusion, in walked Od! European force is distributed throughout the hesitatingly admit that tber is no romance in .
cracked the whip said I'm afraid
Abram ; and
Arrmtoad' Mater, insular and continental of the
jour address. the Creole Whenever her father and mother look at it, vast possessions, the phrase'spoon fashion.
faid he pulled out" finely, and away, away. eller' hab de bolts ; I had obleeged to ride India .
"With pleasure, Miss, handing of the they will always think of their child, who used go Eat Company.The
dashed out city,
la card. She thanked him for his politeness, : and his fair charge road. to drink out of it. him very bar las'" night to bring de news, and native troops in the service of the ORIENTAL MAXIMS. f

call his service and and down to Bloomingdale sorrowful to these be is very Company, amount, it is believed, to somethinglike
U she to It made see
was pleased her and althoughthe He who has not his hand has his
He had much to say to "Thank God exclaimed Bill Thompson. open
tripping up the steps, pulled the bell and bade opportunity was excellent, could not for flowers by the side of a corpse. They were U I he die." one hundred and fifty thousand men.- hear shut. 1
IWD beautiful but sad. Emily was like hope may Theso are composed indiscriminately of Hin
good evening. what be they were Be of cheer when enemies
good are
his life muster courage enough to say If there is doubt of it, exclaimed your (
any doos and Musselmans mixed in the
Still< of the true character of her these flowers. She and was as promising up same
ignorant wished to. lie seemed to be suddenly struck grew up another "we'll help him a. divided among themselTes but fear when they !
and under the commands
Gervais Knitted and they. Now she is cut regiments; as to
him lovely as
no appeared to so Five or six words, which he had as lovely are united and one accord. f
at the foot of the steps, hat in hand, speechless. his down and withered. : long. Company officers of their own peoplethoughsuperior -What is does
in easily acquired not long
atedly tried to utter, lay sticking To these charitable remarks I paid no at. commands in : ,
rep are wholly
flowers will be dead also.
iiting further dereloproents. him In a few .Europans dare.
of each other to
piled on top but I the I heard old
throat tention
grocery such that the
lef to extent
a an ,
The door was soon opened by a well-dress- forever fixed; he hemm'd and haw'd, But here is the difference. ,Armstead' 'spect, gentlemen, younges -whatsoever house you enter, remain 1: .
apparently the British takes the rank the oldest
*d errant, who on .eeing her, exclaimed then the I The flowers will never bloom again.- say army master of and
side of the
then looked off one sleigh, eller' do die, master can ride Gray Bill, what Native officer. your eyes your tongue.
oro&.mightl. Miss Ell,! Madam send eb. ba might see something to talk They are gone for ever. But Emily is not from Mr. Thompson." Why repent a second time of a action of .
1rhar for and is de Lord knows other, that and for ever. That little body will live again. he won Native troops are brave and faithful. which have !
trj you, gone, would remove his trouble give gone Lord "groaned Thompson, Te we already repented [
that Oh, ,
*nar; your farder i is wurrin fit to kill hissef: about relief, but devil a word" could he think Christ takes care of it in the grave. I saw it I somebody that old scoundrel's throat? wi I a pint of honor with Native artillery If you wish your ow merit should b t
tad norf and him ; into tbe dark cold vault. Christ was i cu men, desert their The Cavalry of others.
him and Mr. Robert is gone of the merry bells, all put deep, Armstead somewhat alarmed for neTr guns. recognize the merit
the gingling becoming rpnied
: I
IOWa to bunt ver,and lef no remmen to home, of save Presently the ice was broken. buried in the same way in the sepulchre. But I followed to where 'Traveller' are quite as adventurous as, and much better counsel when it is o asked

Sep old Abram." was silence. heavy fall of snow, Mr. Ger. he rose again, and that is a sign that Emily his safety lying,, who by one me or two re. ridt"r than, the European Ca'alr and of you ; especially to those who a incapable t,
Aier This is a very too. As surely as Jesus rose, was drenching take better care of their
bid. ,
bearing the aforesaid speech and Miss Brownlee, very-what a will rise again covered from the effects of '. hors of appreciating it. '
**'ng her good night the door was closed and Lals. Yes, "hogshead that is-that one so surely] will he raise this dear little one. work. Since that time, the bare mention of The army o Runjet Singh, the chief of How short lie wood be, i ho d not t.,

Gertalg turned to leave. His curiosity, bow. monstrous sugar there ?" "Sir T ah, yesI When the flowers die all is over with them. The Night Old Armstead brought (the News' the Sikhs,was computed by the British authorities give it extent! .

ever,drew him back to read'the name on the'orj1ate by that little store while since AU their gay colors, all their sweet perfumes to make Bill Thompson leave. some few years ago at 73,000-of which I Jhe body increases'sleep, the"mind ac.cumniliates -
\ and while on the steps he heard see. It is a long,Gervais.very My father says are lost. But it is not all over with Emily : is enough more than one half were cavalry-_they hue by watching. .

tU old negro ttjr to*hi*young* JDiatreaa: *Ya !IJal you were here, Mr.receives a bill of lading from her soul is not lost. It is with Christ. It i is The man that watches by.night rejoices by also a numerous artillery-as was made ma. Do no shorten tl long nights br slumber,
I he occasionally than to bs with US.- ifest in the late canflict. the by 'wtckeciaus.
with him
Miss Buy,you no aide retnroen in ya! said when yon left us-bleu roe, better to be day. nor prolong .
Ire! tbtn shaking h'u bead and looking very you ; but you I


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lv '.t President Mecca' ge. If the President may answer the present In Senate. that every oae of them had n done to p p any apprehensions of popular suspicion im From New York o"1T

..f The following message from the Presiden' call, he mu.t answer similar calls for every SER SERVICE FUND. erly,judiciously, and especially with the ply ece: o popular cla gotten u... Arrival or the

,; 1 I oftbe U S. was sent to the House of Representatives such expenditure of a confidential character, The resolution offered Mr. patriotic motive Mr. W. said he should tl parii purposet. SEVEN DAYS LATER F01
following by The the resolution makes The telegraph EUROP
feel ashamed of himself if he could be induced '
in reply to the resolution asking infor. made under administration, in war and
I: every JARNAGIX some days ago, was taken up : between the disclosure foreigner names this morning, that the o'd
I' to imagine that American President had Western
nation in regard the Secret Service Fund : in from the organization of the gov any
1 Resetted That the President the United '
: of tu
T :.i pace the To break been guilty of the slightest impropriety in thedisbursement and the names citizens employed agent sight, and at one reached ?
To Ike House to present rio. be l furnished .b ,
Representatives: States requested to cause to to he Mr. W. said he regarded as dock. Her *
the law b of this Hind. He trusted passage was in
the seal of confidence imposed by ,
I I have considered the resolution! of thIJ. ) heretofore would be the Senate an account of all payments madeon never should have so degraded a rule by whichto should b protected from exposure, or else we days and six hours. : l tr* ,
uniformly preserved
I House of Representatives of tie 9th inst.! by :subversive\d of the for which the Prsident'. cerifcates from the fund ap- judge his countrymen, especially one elevated may procure information they dilo I The cottonmarket., has improved

which I am requested M to cause to l IIC fur". very purpose oftle priated by law contingent expenses of to the Presidency the station in or obtain the services they render sailing of the Caledonia. IDt
law enacted and might productive fr
ntshed to that House an account of all pay- : was disastrous, h The expenditures foreign intercourse, since the 4th o March, the world. He hoped the-rule ) which he was opposed to the resolution on the general Excitement wit regard to the Or

menu made President's certificates 'from most consequences. 1S25, to this time ; with copies of, entries him in he had stated. was ne seems iS*
on of this confidential character, it is judged even those most opposed to political grounds I scarcely question i a great measure t
receipts, letters, vouchers, memorandums, or he said for him remark that he passed t *
the fund appropriated by law, through ih- before to made opinion would always be more elevated. to away.
bt'lirvfd, cesr
agency of the State Department, for the contiugenl I were never sought h theenseqtIeneps other cvidencies of such pament; to whom Every body knows that President Madison vouch that no knowledge was had 'fe news from the Continent I
ixihlic nnd! I should greatly apprehend .
expense[ of foreign intercourse, from ; of establishing a precedent, paid, and (u what ; including the sum of thirty paid the notorious John Henry fifty thousand by the distinguished and worthy functionary at i D i.

the 4th '
of Daniel 1 Webster from the Department vi l : all the missions abroad, now proposed to h Britain f tor secret information respecting the faithful officer next to disclosure vastating efect.Engl
State, with copies of all entries, receipts, !11. inevitable.I Jfthe and correct provided.. .tor by the bill before the Senate, entitled attempts of the British Government to corrupt of documents in their care, to justify)" the call a th United Stales.-\fa
tors, vouchers, memorandums, or other evidence !am aware which exists strong the .n act to supply! deficiencies in the ap- portions of New England to British interests.Mr. proposed. He felt assured of this from their peat most emphatically, that the onlvlia.

of such payment, to whom paid: !i..r"hlt ;public ft.t.lnz ajninst of any throughout kind in the propridtioiii l for certain objects made for the Madison, it is true, paid rather an exhor- high character. He hop th resolution conduct to be feared by England, i is the ifsibihtjes !

: and particularly all concerning th* I COlltr\administration, ; of secrecy the !Mmces" of the fiscal year ending 31 June, bitant price for the budget of trash he got would be rejected at inrole in tho kite oiler p ;
north-eastern boundary with Great Britain." !j! government ant I 11 IT l ; but no document or nritter? is request- from Henry, but he cid right in buying it, and After some further debate, in which Messrs. The clear perception of this made
in reference expenditures ha
to public
With an aniioui desire to furnish to tli- .. tidily and .c by this resolution lobe 1 furnished, whirh, in the country approved of his conduct in that MAXGCX, JAKXAGIX, BBEESK and AI.LEX par. prophets and Mr. Calhoun a formidable us tr

.. House any information requested by that b<,d., pot iur fm'i:1 negotiations the knowledge are widely of the Execulivc the opinion of the President would improperly respect. Mr. W. aitI l 1 for his part ho was of ticipated,the yeas and nays were ordered, and tagonist. a

which may be in the Executive- departments |ProlerlvcoIItinelt' their() presidency. ()jr laws involve the citizens or subjects of an)foreignPower. opinion that if this secret service fund was increased being taken, were a follows : It is the right (policy for America. It

I hato: felt bound, by a sense of public duty, t to during to double the amount now allowed, Yea-Mr. Turney. 5 from the first. It was tn-!
of ex-
require the accounts particalar only exceptional,
inquire bow far I could! with propriety, UI> every and ) settled The resolution ii nil been read-- and if every cent of it was annually spent by Nays-Messrs. Allen, Archer, Ashly, At.chison on tbe score of its
wn'liliire to be publicly being
consistently with the existing laws, respond to ., [ The single exception Mr. WEBSTER rose anJ said : 1 have a tho President, it would be money well laid Atherton, Bagby, Barrow, Benton, first unintelgble.Ae
at th* ) prClmulgte
their call. I I Treasury which exists Department.' i is not, that tho amount few, and but : few, remarks to make on thePicsitient's out for the country. To counteract the intrigues Berrien, Calhoun, Cass Thos. Clayton, John and prejuices of the people were pole

The usual annual for he message in answer to the resolution of 1. Corwin Dickinson it. The a
appropriation embraced under President's certificates shall: foreign courts, to procure knowledgeof Clayton, Colquitt Dais was dirsfuJ, the \

contingent expenses of intercourse between :, he witheld from the public, but merely that of tho House of Representatives calling such intrigues, which might affect' our interests Dix, Evans, Fairfield, Greene, Haywood, bitioA change has since I If

the United States and foreign nations," has I for an account of the disbursements during the and regulate the action of our Government Houston,Huntington,Jarnagin,Jenness,Johnson ihern. Action has com

been disbursed since the date of the act of I; the items be of which To thl's this are comppd hal. period in which I had the honor to b Secre. the President slinnld employ secret agents Louisiana, Lewis, McDuffie, !Mangum.\ that is one thing. Free engendered tariffs Lave re-actitk.eth E
: not divulged.
1st 1610 in of its esttnt. tary of State, out of the I fund lor contingent either citizens Miller Morehead Niles Pearce dered
May pursuance pr V--1 th is observed.I or foreigners, a circumstances Pennybuck- commercial interests-that i is
T secrecy _ anja
I of intercourse.in t
"Ion c_ I The laiid.ib'e' of the people in reiganl expenses.. foreign. .1_. sl.oul.dictate to be most. advisable ; er, Phelps, Sevier, Simmons Speight, Upham, The true appreciation of the appawtc!.

By the third Hectioii of that act it is pro. i to all the expenditures.igiancl of the government rue nrst place, sir, I am nappy t say tat and the only rule regulate such employment Webster.r \VeltcottVobrid1eH.. pacific position England, has engendetit
the of
tided! : the of the I entirely approve course. proceeding should be ha (rj'inion that it might probably! So re8l was ;ej valuation of the chance of
of the war, well
as well as a ense duty on par which the President has adopted. In b as u of .
That when sum or sums of motleyfchall my beneficial to our the of
country. blessings this
desire retain the the
President, -ind a to good o. peace third/aad l
could have acted otherwisethan
: be drawn from the under judgment, he not : Steamboat Accidents.
Doubtless often .
a-iv such best
treasury very agents will render point. One with another '
citizens will these
of his t any ,
i prevent element
he has without the violation of law *
law for the low but litile service and The first steamboat accident in this
making appropriation contingent being accounted for by the sometimes none, but cuntryhappened in American calculation! are beginning
of intercourse between the United | sum expended and ofhi own duty. Sir, a I know that nota is the in 1418 to the the t
expenses Sstates President's certificate, unless in cases of ur. this no answer to argument in favor of Washington, on I make Mr. Calhoun intelligible even in
: and 'foreign nations the President shall ent npp- itr. Such certificates have: there- was disbursed from that fund without employing them whenever the President has Ohio river. I I'I and Missouri. Oho

be, and he is hereby authorized to cause "the the sanction of the President, and as I am believe be beneficial. to a letter to the !
i fore, been reorted to but seldom throughout reason to they may Our Accoring Congress by The only policy formidable to

same to be duly !settled annually with the accounting t' out p.i.t history. conscious that every disbursement' was made I amassdot abroad are the last persons who Secretary the Treaur written in 183:, M r. Calhoun's ; and it h Engla i

officers of the treasury, in the 1111.1- i! For mv own part I have not caused any account for a proper and necessary public purpose it can acquire such information, unlessthsy have the whole number steam engines of every because it encourages the simply

ner following : that is l In ay, by causing th" whatever to be settled on a presidential might be thought that I should desire the publication secret agents. )Ir. President, (said Mr. W.,) kind that were then in use in the United States lance of Great Britain. 1 natur ooc

same to bo accounted fir socially in all instances |i certificate. I. have had no occasion render. of the papers in order that every body I1 said in the remarks I made last week on the was 3010 ; of that number 800 were in steamboats Company is a strong ,Ili so Baj

wherein the expenditure thereof i might see what they are, or what they show. 350 in locomotives company strong that ,
may I ing it in judgment, to make Oregon question that if our Government had and 1860 in manufactories it consists of the sex
my stronger
: ; necessary But this is a matter of so little concernment to
in be m-de and ak'-!
public : of different
judgment, by m kinds.
; j and it would be ago employed an agent to
extreme years copies American
certificate an
such a ; procure squatter takes his wife
l' ing a certificate of the amount of such expenditures [ -!; case which would ever induce me exercise e me (and I presume it is of as little to the late of the correspondence in 1790 and 91, between The number of accidents 'to steam enginesup The child follows. The different w

as he may think it advisable not to this authority. ; yet, if such a case should ariseit President) that I certainly' would not wish to the British and Spanish Ministers I who to that time, causing loss of life, was 261, racter of the immigration make all tk

S pecihand' ; every touch certificate shall I be Ii would be ;my duty to assume the responsibility see an important principle, and an importantlaw negotiated the Nootka Sound Convention, itwould of which number, 230 were in steamboats.The difference ten years wi. Leave it t
violated and
broken for
deemed a sufficient vouher for llfc sum or any personal con. I did doubt' when loss of life steamboat accident .
not greatest by
I devolved on me by the law. published, shed then. So says Mr. Calhoun ; and for a Maitbusian !
sums" therein expressed to have been expend I During my administration, all expenditures vcnience in that that the respect. I am not at all ap.prehensive light on the British claim to Oregon, and indeed was by the collision and inking of the I American he says rightly. -
ed. country supect cither that I it would of effectually Monmouth, in 1837, on the Mississippi the !
contingent expenses foreign intercourse, suspected itself ; The sine die policy! Ir. Calhoun's. Can
Two distinct classes of l'l President Tjler, or me, acting under his authority I i
expenditure arc UMth crush that claim. number of lives lost was 300.
in which the accounts have been closed, hareIeeii Every one who knows we in England meet ? At present we
: rized by this law ; the one r.f f a public and I of an thing improper in the disbursement .' about it The loss of life the of' a
know greatest by
must tlat
settled upon regular '"Olcher a all oth. ) any thing the cm. explosion the strongest within the Oregon ; or,
the other of and confidt>ntial chaiac. of a hundred or few thousand dol. 1 iur
) a private t''ir public' accounts are settled at the treasury. : ployment of secret agents in Mexico, in Cuba, a steamboat was in 1838, in the case of the ing the distinction, within the rules
The President in office the time :Jars in in which the l law t.
of ,
ter. at case
I,I may )be alledged that the power of impeachment reposes con. and elsewhere, a this rcry time, would be Oronoko, on the same ; the number of lives stabulary is stronger than the thivedora.
the is made the law the uo.'e; i I fidence in the President, and gives him a discretion
expenditure by i 1 and is in fact lost was 139.
belongs to the House of Representatives highly judicious imperiously But let the thieves

judge whether it bhall be public or private: j and that, with a view to the exercise as to making the expenditure public. demanded by the interests of this Government.Such Tho boilers of the steamboat Moselle blew happen then ? Just wha multiply-wht. Calho w
Such Mum to be accounted'' for Sir, the President of the United States, rd
arc specialv: or at Cincinnati Ohio
i should be destroying
of this power, that lou c has the right to in. course pursued forthwith.'l'he .- up per ons on-an unequal battle ten years hene.
in all instances wherein the the head of a Department) acting by his authority
expenditurethereof \estigate the all public officers under Government would be remiss and negligent sons.The The sin die doctrine, if ever admitted ,j in
may, in his judgment; be made pub I must think but poorly of his own rep loss of life.
the government. This is cheerfully admitted. if they did not adopt such policy. Great greatest by snagging, was England, must met with an

lic. "All expenditures accounted for specially : In such a case the safety of the republic utation and standing with the country if he is Britain and other Governments are act.e in in the case of the steamboat St. Louis on the one-the part paul b policy. atg
are settled at the -h.1 afraid of being suspected of having violatedhis
treasury upon tou: < this should ) in 1834, when there 13lh.es
would IKJ the law, and the way. Why not we use sameweapons Mississippi were in the ofimmigrationlet do likewise.
I supreme way
crs, and not on the President's certificate,.," duty and his oath in a matter of so little u
t j of the House in the of this object ? The 54 40 doctrine is
;jxiuer lost.The a mere stalking-
and, like all other public accounts <"i'" moment. I will add, that a who
loss of life
I I would penetrate into tho mgst secret recesses person Mr. W. said he was highly gratified with greatest by shipwreck "a horse. FOIlS dcscensu*-it is imaginary

ject to be called for by Congress, and arc i of the Executive departments. could such a suspicion, without reason, of the message of tho President in answer to the in the case of the Home, in 1837, on the coast I point of right, created for the&occasion .

open to public examination. Had infonni-'I I any public man, may himself well suspect. resolutions of the House of of North Carolina, when 100 were o
.. coniniind the attendance of and persons the of descent.
a. a
I any every Repre.enlatves making appearance Bj
lion as respects this class of expenditures been cd of having held a no very complimentary I
of the and them except in one particular. It themselves down from
;t'' called for by the resolution of the Hous", it'; gent, government, ana compe .to, dialogue with himself. that the President thought by the manner in lost.The greatest loss of life, by the burning of i ia letting the Americans take the a 6ltJ position
I would ham been promptly: qornmunica.tr '! produce al papers puunc private, oliicial i Si we know that the head of Depart crdt o making
a which referred that steamboat to that time in the of
and unofficial, to on oath to all facts I ; aJ he to the fact none of the up was case concessions.Mr. .

Congress, foreseeing that it might become within their anc\ testif Hut even in a case ment touch a dollar of this fund except S secret service fund hid been expended since the Ben Shcrrod, on the )Mississippi, in 1937. Calho's speech ha had the effect of

I necessary and proper to apply portions (If this : of that kind, they would: adopt all wise precautions with the Presidents sanction. The whole his inauguration, that it was creditable to the The number of up to 1923 reducing the question to its generalities. The

fund for objects the original accounts and) power, wholf responsibility, is with Mr. 'V. was 23. During the 1337 less than
Administration. did ,
to prevent the of all such matt not regard this year no sense of the
. exposure country, ( thepress)
touchers for which could not be mad'.- the President. The President's slates s says r
I pub- : t the publication of which might injurious message fact in that light by an means. His humblecommendation 80 steamboats were lost on the Western wa. be taken the latitudes .49 and .

.0 lic, without injury to the public interest, ay.: : ly affect the public interest, except eo far as this 5 fully and clearly that I need not dwel would )more cheerfully given ters. During the ten year from 1930 to 1840, Latitude upon On the question 5

thorized the President instead of such ar. upon it. I will say, in the first place, no for the and beneficial eighty steamboats were by in enoh. il
this might IKJ necessary to effect the great judicious expenditure of ot explosion, however, ther no sense to taken.
: counts and vouchers to make a certificate of ends of public justice. If the of Rep. expenditure, improper in itself or improper in the whole of it, as he (Mr. 'V.) doubted not the United Stales, by which means 989 persons Pending, however, the b reuoo-
tho amount of such expenditures as he 10us. its amount, was made to my knowledge, judg. could be done. It would killed and processes
tiny j retcntatives the the show vigilance.Mr. .- were outright, 296 woundedLa which the
t t. think it advisable! not to specify," and han; I Iprovided should at a time grand have reason to believe nation ment, or belief. And I will say, in the next W. said he did not believe the American I of which number 25 died from the its ing mind between country the unro i making betweenthe op
any i.juries (
that ** place that the late President of the United
r such certificate ,hiIl"I'" prel
every ; would find fault received.
people such
that there has been malversation in office, by expenditure. impossible whole and ba14)))
,4-V deemed a sufficient voucher for the turn or :< any improper use of or application of the pub. States, in all things respecting the expenditure Why, sir, (said Mr. 'V.) do not we all know On the 14th of June, 1337, the steambt to cease. much the bet
ums therein expressed to have been of the public was remarkably negotiations ar S
. _".. ed." expend-!, lic money by a public officer, and should think tious, exact, and moneys particular.And that every foreign Government employs} means of Pulaski her was destroyed by the one ter, always assuming the pan pass system 0

I proper to institute an inquiry into the matter, procuring information-find it to boilers while on her passage from the side of CAraiicle. -
o The Ltw making these provuion i is ju full! I here say, sir, that all declarations, 1 necessr Charleston Englad.-LMon
. all! the archives and papers of the Executive do so Shall we deny ourch.es important to Baltimore, and 132 persons per .

.5 force. It is binding upon the departments of ; departments' public or private, would be sub. averments, statements or insinuations made advantage in our transactions and inter. ished. Commercial. Commercial matters

t the government, and especially) upon the -x. 'ret to the inspection and control of a committee any where, or by any body, which impute perversion course with them T They trust their officersto About the same time, a similar accident occurred an improved aspect.- Affairs are still sufficiently w-
t ecutive, whoke duty! it U "to take tint : or waste of the public
care and employ secret should to the steamer Washington, on Lake
of their
body, every in timepower agents. Why we refuse bad but
facility comparatively speaking,not
the laws be funds committed made while Secretary ; 1
1 faitl.fuJIyelecuted. In the C"I. of the Executive be to enable or by me to trust them ? Are they less patriotic or Erie, by which 40 lives were lost. much week
| they were a
: erci*: of the dicretion lodged I by it in th' the n to prosecute the investigation. of State, are utterly groundless and un. trustworthy ? Can it bo that republican officers One hundred stentyl\"es were lost by a the a.Fc
i' executive, several of predecessor true. And I will conclude with one remark an Liverpool .I"n.
hav the
. my < elected the destruction in
The experience of every nation on earth by people for their abilitiesand Lexington, 1540. State*.-The news in
I made M certificate lo the amount of MI< h i the bearing ofwhich} I shall leave to the Senate tested The of the Erie Lake T rceiT
. has demoiifttMted that emergencies may arise patriotism, as they always are by burning on Erie, in Liverpool yesterday from

.. expenditures a.* they have thought it aihiviWe | in which it becomes absolutely for and to the country. years of service for their country, are not as August, 1841, sent to their untimely graves of which will be Amerc-su
I nvt to fcpfrcifv," and theae certificate, j ja necessary Whoever charges me with having either 175 r aRoer edema;
upon it
the jmblic safely or the public to make worthy of confidence a the officers of a mon. person.-and is but a short tim although it exposes a few of and
the ] go wasted the funds
only touchers feetilements hate IKVMI M.-riditure8 the misapplied or public while archy 7Now our sympannes were aroused by the destruc. doing
object would
cx' | very violent of the in
i feelings war
t made at tb trcaurI ,-. I III I in the Department of State, has either seen tion of the party *
said Mr. W. what is the ill.flite4Swallow-Y. 1":
'5 be defeated by publicity. Some governments ( ) resolution Evening still further tends to confirm the opinion w&
that within : tie has in
the other
appears j eri'xJ specified/ or some way, under consideration Gazette.
f bate large amounts at their disposal, and papers ? The Senate, it is have all
very pro. along that salAmerica
the resolution of the House knowledge the he has If expressed, England
in certificate& { on subject, or not.
shall ask the President
have made posed, to inform it
thanthe to
vastly expenditures
I r were given by immediate greater he seen no and has a CROPS ix ALABAMA.-The Greensborousb will a becomes two such event as-
S my predecessor, La papers, no knowledge,
small amounts which have from time how the secret service fund t for a certain
". upon which settlement have been made at to then his imputations arc purely wanton and has been The period Beacon of the 18th inst. says : For the l last tions settle their disputes by rDb arbitration
been accounted for Senator who
tini'j by president's certifi. spent.
the five slanderous. If he has the has three weeks excepting some three four and, if need be, by
S i treaurauolJDfing! to thousand timr. seen papers, or fered this resolution I or days,
the satisfied has
calcs. In no nation is application of such am no idea
J hundred and sixty dollars. He has solemnly any knowledge, then he would bo sure to state that has the weather has been unusually cold for the than enter upon a useless, expensive, and saa

i- determined that I he objects and item ofihee I. fturns impending ever made danger luhJic. In time of the of war or what he knows, if he known any thing to sustain any impropriety. I am convinced occurred ho believes as to its disbursement. I season, and we understand that in se\"erl instances guiary war* It would say little for their b

shall not lie made : country him in his charge. Silence under such a in the neighborhood, have ed civilization if it were ; tjrare'
:i expenditures public, and i make it to employ individualsfor do not hesitate lo declare that I do ; I planters oheri a
I 9." has given his certificates to that effect, which j 'may the necessary of obtaining information circumstances, is conclusive that he knows deem it my duty to that the nay a been under the necessity of re-planting their is little doubt that the ofer frm or go4zx.

tf are placed upon the records of the country. .'' purpose other| important services, who couldnever or nothing ; because he is under no oLlgatiol of made against the late say President and imputations the distinguished cotton, owing to the injury it has sustained ment, which went out by the CaledoniaSaturday I

Under the direct authority: of an existing law, rendering 8cresJ, nd, in absence of all he Senator from Massachusetts from the cold. -for it did go out notwithsta4ag
be if in
to act prof
r 10-. ho has cxcrcibcd the |power of placing theMe ; tamed the prevailed apprehension upon that their they entei- would of course tell: al lie knew, if erence to the use of this fund ref I 140w. DEs COUNTY, Ala., April 20, 1846. the ignorance of our contempjra.

expenditures under tho seal of confidence, their would in contingency namesor be any thing which in the slightest degree, the latter was Secretary of Stte improperly, are whist "The loss of stands of cotton is greater ties on the subject-wi be accepted, anti 6

t : :.J and the whole matter was settled before I divulged.agency So it often any become bear him out. The charge, therefore, was of the silliest and most pitiful character. Sir, than was ever before known, and not one planter nally settle tis important and long pending

.. came into office.n important question :to incur an expenditure may for an object necessary highly either made in utter i ignorance of any facts to said Mr. \\'., I will not Senator, by vote in twenty with seed to re.plant. If the question.:

S' ._ arises, whether a subsequent President, either I to the country ; 1 for example, the conclu support it, or else with the knowledge that the of mine, permit any such a fugacious any scandal failure in stands and deficiency in seed is a Foe uTe latest accounts from Spain
I voluntarily, or at the request of one branch of 1 ,Ilcfll with a barbarian whose facts which do exist would, if made known, against any high Executive officer of great throughout the cotton growing region as show Generl aminitOwa

'S \'-. Congress can, without a violation ofthc fpiijt. :&i.n a treaty such occasions power the, of entirely disprove it. As to the source of this ,of any political party,and my country in this and the adjoining counties the crop of at an end. It was rent ander by -
on especially
customs require
S ii: of the law, revise the act of bis predecessor, use miserable vituperation, I have nothing to say.I citizen who stands againsta 1846 will fall shor year half million I discovery of an intrigue, on the part of Chris.tins
but this be before
as high the
object might altogetherdefeated world
and to view that I presents ; am afraid I be of bales." and the Patriarch of the
public which havo Indies
expose he had shaJ thought to paid too the Senator t
; the of other as assailed and of
I by intrigues if whose
powers rep. cede Narvaez in favor of the
detennined should not be made If much it already. Sir leave the intriguing wo-
public. ,
I'r1"- ,our were to be made known by the utation and fame abroad (opposed I am to CHANGE OF PARTy.-It would the
. purposes author of a seem by man's latest favorite the Baron de Meet
' not a matter of strict duty, it would certainly these slanders where ho is-I I leave him in aD
exhibition ofthc orignal and political opinion on almost sub. denunciations thundered out the
paper 'ouchcr every through whig the Marquis de Villuna. So low Is the
to' : l IIC a safe general rule that this ahould not be : him in the worst I know of in the
5''I ., .. I to the accounting officers of the treasury. ItWould company ject of party contest) I as an American feel presses, that to leave a man's and join tone that
5 5- .5 done. Indeed, it may well happen, and world-I leave him with__ _hinif_. ', party Spanish society, even the high
pro. "- n. proud-I say I will not consent that such of the
. be to [ other cases which tm* opposition, is a deadly sin
easy specify ---- ---- -- rnk : in the nation hare
"p bably would happen, that the President for I Mr. JARNAGIN said somewhat similar shall be tho personages sAm to lo
occur in the history of a great nation, in sip foundation of a upon'thePresident no matter how and reasonable
may cal strong for the courtesies of life. A'regards
S resolution ordinary
the time being would not be in 'possession of adopted by the House of Repre. respect
its intercourse with other nations, wherein it ,or any action whatever .cham. the cause for doing, can never be
1 forgiven. Narvaez himself
: the information upon which his predecessoracted sentatives, having been responded to by tbePresident any change must b
and would not therefore have the might become absolutely necessary to incur refusing, on gtve ber.I How strange these clamors sound, when we for the better. Spain can produce a
public to
grounds will not such I
for which dignify call mind
expenditures object could never be unworthy accusations to the fact, that the principal lead. minister, it is in the world
whether he had asked for he only country
means judging exercised. accomplised, if it were suspected, in advance, withdraw the resolution. was disposed to by any notice of them whatever. But this is ing men in the whig party, were not long'since which can.
hu discretion The law
S.. wisely or not. re.quirei I that the item expenditure and the agencies not the chief reason for my desire that this active members of the democratic and .
The PRESIDING Irrland.-&arciy.-The of
other voucher but tho OFFICER price
President'scertificate observed potatoes
1 no would be made resolution be voted down the
public. may by Senate that have been
employed taken
5; and (hero is nothing in its that the Senator from Tennessee could withdraw they cordially by the in Dublin has now risen to 9d a stone for
proti ,I to gland He said he
AoJuated, undoubtedly, by considerations ofIthis as a especially band, and have had bestowed them
.ion which "entries : the resolution only by the unanimous pecedent. upon the good ones, and 6} for very indifferent ones.
requires ,
any receipts kind, Congress proided such a fund, coeval consent desired that and all future Presidents highest offices of honor and profit.It .
This is
advance of
of the Senate. an at least
letters voucher memorandums other a pet
|I with the of the may be assured that, as to the disburse sometimes that hund
organization government happens
; evidence of such to be I the law Mr. JARNAUIN. I presume no Senator ment of this fupd the Executive a man owes it tohimself cent. on the prices of List year, yet the
p.n1nt" presre!I I and subsequently enacted of 1810, acts upon his and the to change his
I; in the Executive a will publc party, protectionist in Dublin have the heartless -
!:I the permanent law of the land. While this object.Mr. own responsibility, and is not t be called to which, if it principles and
L5j dent who make the "certificate" if WESTCOTT. I object. I de.ers goes effrontery to assert that there is no scarcity
may, law exists in full force I feel bound by a high an account : otherwise, the act of Congress counter to his opinions of becomes
!. choose all the Mr. JARNAGIN. well the to and that all kinds .were
lIe information Senatecan
and Very provisions
keep cvi- 'S ; would be
and a dirty Sir it is
sense of policy duty observe trap. a busi. him but a name and he has o
4 public t pretty nothing ; much
which he in decide it then. a never plentiful or than
; acts his upon more more cheap
upon own if a
done the uniform ness we cannot sufficient
it, practice of repose confidence right to leave it. he has to
poss".1 my change his "
pro'isions gloves
WESTCOTT.. I 8 this of the
sion. If for the information of his> object the withdrawal in Chief year.
under it.Vith our Magistrate- who is elevated prio
one when
r predecessors, great respect of this resolution dirty, or hi shoes if they pinch his feet. tide of
; be shall leave tho evidence which he because I desire the
on acts, for the House of Representatives, and an anxious to the highest station in the gift of the people None but a will bind himself Cai.The emigration t.meric
: t and the item of the which vote of the Senate it and adhere has set in this
expenditure makeup upon by ayes I of these States their free frm yea
desire to conform to wishes, I am no. suffrages-to en. for life to
any party, right
t; the for which he ha his a I regard the involv. or wrong. earlier than usual. The Cork
sum given "cer constrained to come to this conclusion.If a prece. principle trust him with the of the quays a a
1 tificate the confidential files of ed in as highly I elpnrure plr crowded to inconvenience with
of the
on one disapprove the policy of the important. am opposed sum of fifty a year ( Maiden Name pn
executive they do not in Congress to its adoption, and hope Senate will Th *. Wife. and their baggage. Already one
department any its provision tb re. country in this Mr. W. said he felt o n'hngo'
MS law, they repeal correspondent
i become may ject it by a decisive vote. moe. re- sailed with a full complement of ;
cense, thereby public records. i
humbled that he
proper that of tho resolution of impelled by he pnr'
In reply to portion Wa wha con. to a statement that
erring neither
: < They are never seen or examined by the ac. the House, which call for copies of whatever What is the case 1 Congress, in making ceived to bq his duty to make observa- Marshall, nor Bancroft Ramsey; and twenty-three others, with to.ao

.1 i counting officer of ,the treasury, when limy communications were made from the tho annual appropriations for the contingentexpenses tions. He regarded the fair fame of our cBs.tinguisbed name of Mrs. mention" the maiden emigrants are preparing at that port "
Washington the wife of
t't( settle an account on the ** }'rsident'* ceilifi.cate. or State during the last session of of our foreign intercourse, allows a public men as the of the Gen.
Washington she
Secretary ,
property says was the of
fund daughter
office thousand
The frs Congress of the United dolar commonly, deiig- country; wo had rich heritage from seaTl
the 27th Congress, particularly February, receive John Danbridge, and born Last Bladcnsburg DucL- U
1 State, on the July, 1700, passed nated as the fund, to o Virginia w Te
an act acret arico those who w
o 1813: to Mr. Gushing and Mr. Adam, mem. b preceed us any man who un. in May, 1732, in of New Marlborough Gazette say, that
the of yearly expended by the Executive county
i officer Kent te
l providing mean intrcot btWCCI committee ofthi House ;- justly and causelessly assails the reputation of
bets of the on Foreign Colony of Virginia. in Jury of tbat before whom
: a and the of Sparks county testimony
State and by general act May, 1810 tho Jare
foreign only
natiol by wish of the President the such is no true friend of the
Unite provision to tbat which, Affairs, of the of voucher for the disbursements of this fund American people of Washington, tat her maidenname I was adduced in reference t the causes whica i
a now their institutions.Mr.
S '' made for the settlement of such United States to institute a special minion to where the in his judgment U of or was Danbridge,bt gives no further par : led to the duel &Bladensburg, between
exit ,
el.nnditu. Preadent opinion \V. that be held it be
"a (jreat Britain, I have lo stale that no such sid t important ticulars Messrs. Jones and
to her of
) i1! that of the racing first Johgson,
; as. in the judgment of the Presi. I pariculan ezDenditure tbat the Executive branch of the Government pviou No C
ot tnem :
communications, or copies are foundin should marriage Custis.i, A recommend the ,
dent, ought not be made This act not be made public, is (a* provided by that full na t
t publc of State."Copies is
limited in its continued the Department the act) the of the President of sold b.tise it confenC and biography oMr Washington, written n'le prosequi to Mr. Jones; Johnson's con-
S was durion. \u of all letters on the books of thelepartmont cerifcato asto. fidelity with P. Custis Esq., byber was regarded ai reprehensible,
such grandson duc extremely
for limited term in between that stating for what this fund be
a 179; an of Stair, to any officer of the U. wihout which may disburd-a the some siace in the American Pore having uasuccefefully, to
years attempted though
lime and the date. of act May I, J810 specific purpose it is or made. discretion which will be lse ,
who exercised
"in New York me t and that
or toy person con. ; He states she was ",de. invade the of.-Mr. Jones's
which is now in force,'the same provision was uiSttes McLeod," which are also Mr. W. said hr believed all our President it will be protected by Congress and by the trt Gallr.from'a ancient family& which first circle-and as if .in i revenge for being doe ro-

: revived and continued. Expndiur. were called for by the resolution,are herewith com have caused to b used more or less of the ",e. people from scandalous imputations 1 easily to the colony Virginia in the pulsed, be sought every opportunity to sow
and settled under certificates cret service and Mr. W. in to it and that migrate per.
mae municated. JAMES K. POLK. ; said that he mae regard ; it may n 1 son Rev. Orlando a clergymanof jealousy and discord in the of one fcr
in of ihee law. would not suffer himself 'fo doubt and I famiy
pursuance \\'hlng'IJIdl' 20th, I IS 10; or suspect from iltjtidiciout patriotic utc, 1y Wales." whom he had feigned the mQt friendly feelings.




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fHE'F-LOEIDIANj Florida to abroad. I is for the peopleof Coe'Mene of the Fieridian.WASHIWGTOM AUHCATOK, E. F.:Api is 16.- TALLAHASSEE WHOLESALE PRICES rrRiEIf-! rA au.l Efficient --
be their
judges and choosers say they ".i own CIT April 29, 1S4G. Col. Sibley : My object} you \ar may bf onnd In Dr.Woodr nf ft
of their public men, or will :
The Weekly by StarT, Plagg.
: .' between Webster and In- the Cret Lloyd'
"LET C. ALON E. they submit to the intrusive interference of others to controversy through columns of your very popularjour-! .. -- _.. WM J CZ1C.
gersoll is the --- --
now only matter of interest in nal is
-- -- =: = merely to direct the of those
direct their choice? atc.ntion fJi.rrTLft-Goshcn, 25 a 3J
; It is abuse of Mr. Cabell to -
Saturday, Uny 9, ISI6. that n Congress. Under the guise of personal explanations who are in habit spending the season of CANDLES-Mould, 1G u 17c H'MIE aOVf preparation (o Worms is a very ctt
-- -- say the people shall exercise their own discretion th L : ,
--- the remedy. hd
time of
: the House is taken up summer at the Lower Sj>erm, 33 a 40c I adulbu over r .jfWher
watering to
fry- We have been censured by some of our fellowcitizens and intelligence in this matter; and we cannot by charges and recriminations. Mr. Inger. .Mineral places, Cori-CE-St. Domingo, .7 a 9 preparation ( Worms "in the oct that u
Spring, in this be with
,for refraining to notice in cnr last paper,the sec why the editor of the Sentinel calls it such, unless soil has a of the county.It Havana Green 'J a Ojc can given perfect solety to a child uf an*
presented particulars is i it
summary a beautiful reservoir Sulphuric Mineral af; nor necessary to give any other MficiiHwilh !
of law in Jefferson county. We he it unsafe for Mr. C. to trust their embraced in his Rio, a lOc it it,
recent violations think charge against Webster. Water, of remarkable depth and trans La a lie ,or after as it .ertt upon iii. bovrc..

did so for reasons which to Uj. were perfectly satis judgment. We presume, however, that he and his The House has appointed a committee to investigate parency fed by a large and impetuous stream Java uira, - I a a lie tarrying away the Worm and cieaiisini; al bnl'Iof ,
factoryWe pass the matter ever again this wetk, friend will find in the end, that the people think i the facto, with a view to impeach springing forth from the left bank of the River COTTON-Ordinary to good Fair, 54 a tic .i unhealthy tri il of secretions it, tre tkuik.at thu give ue till"aat I

We and deprecate such tbcmsl'le capable of to their own busi. ment of Webster. Another committee has COTTO BAeuisu-sewYorkpersrd, a 21 / f.lv.
for similar reasons. regret attending Suwannee, above low water mark. Such is J un.vone. It may nut cure eveiy case, ( fh i*

occurrences perhaps as much as any one in the community ness. been appointed to ascertain by whom the se- its peculiar configuration, that by suspending India Kentucky. I a a 13!C dun confidence in it, that we are wllll tu "3'UII
and shall take occasion to speak our opinion Important from the Army of Occupation. cresy of the State Department has been vio. a rope from one side to the other, several persons HALE Ropr-Kentucky. per lb. ; a :1Cr3" l tie\\lbrntfinins\n refunded. \ every instance, tr themooey will

hereafter when we think the proper time arrives, We publish the following from an extra of the lated. It will all end in smoke. It is a mat. may grasp it and float with ravishing; !, 9 a 121 CERTIFICATES.

and when we can speak more advisedly. Pensacola Democrat of May 3d. The new from the ter ofregrct that we have so much of this in pleasure upon the bosom of its buoyant and BAGrXt. TWINE. 23 a Z31 L), n' Ol"f Dear Sir: I h.vf had a tw-ifchild

is Congress. Gross personalities are quite too limpid It is situated in FLoes-Western. vcr b! 1 aNew 7' r that tuck f>r some time. Not knowing -
army six days later than by the regular mail, aridplaces water. a section of York. S a. '
attention has been called to several what the with
Our matter it. had
Errata.- in the House. Xo of either "o we pretty much
Gen. common man our State, the proverbial characteristic of .. .1
Taylor in a dangerous situation.We Bane!. G 4l
"* very Hal given doing for hmxeu-r.
thing it
of lasit
in the series Sam's Letters" Ut any ; a
tvpocraphical errors should be elected who will thus violate
have confidence in Gen. T., but if the accountbe party which has been health, and a perfect exemption Cur torah. per t.H G 7: report, wv concluded la try some of jour H'.
in this and concluded in oar last. a'5' J'
published paper correct,he will have a hard fight to maintain his the proprieties of a gentleman, and disgrace from disease of every character. GR.ux-orn,buhe 4f Spui r. thinldn probably muht be"Worms that-
In No. 2,5th paragraph read On a system of political the House. O.ts. 7: G $ItJH had mlch-orJm we commenced
The exhibition of the rtluctj
brotherhood for, A system of political&.c. In two positions. We hardly believe he "'i retire The Smithsonian }bequest bill is before the I with occasional external water internally in the, -:\dcrel, No. I, per b.urel, 13 a 13 grin your"Sptcilic S ,"(which by the bye.you bUt \
his Seven thousand applications I. O hf bbl. il a
7th paragraph, in lieu of It proves him to be, L.C., wit army. men against twcot- House-I hardly know what be the fate of of ablution 4 n.mt,) when, (In ,(. i it cvnmenced >-
manner has effected 1. a
three hundred, is, however, great odds against him wi or qr. passing Worms, ; so
rea!, It proves such an one to be. For, Why not The Government should furnish him more force if i it. The people of this ) are much in. the subjugation of di.ca batbins. most obti- ... I. eithth bbl 2l a several days onti it had pi":nc continue more. din<: hundred f4-

our laws in plain EnJlilih-its principles & terested in the of this bill 2. barrel. 10 G II of foot
rut the passage nate chrouicity, and which had previously .. some them a or more 1:Irnjth, others
read, their principles, &c. For Ca. Fas. read Ca. they expect to prosecute war successfully. The Great Western has arrived at New baffled of the most : medical 2"half 6allcrninri twi>ted and knotted together in hard balls. .that
in some distinguished barrel, t;I a 7
ThC will be an awful accountability some quar.tcr. I. they could not be separated wilhcut
Sas. York, bringing seven days later news from minds in the United States.It .. I, half i a ..JI n.ti tba
should our be destroyed. bre. : apart. Know in that a W,1 t .ciD4. 1alI3M
In No. 3, 2d paragraph, for Olla Padrida, read We learn by army Capt. Webb of the schooner Europe. 1 notice nothing touching the Ore has been truly gratifying to the hearts of Il- pr lb. a t a your* hd proven to bc.wouldbe used by S hundred.it .

Olla Podrida. 3d paragraph-for Piercinc, read gon question. Commercial affairs were improving the numerous friends of this celebrated watering 2 ae they cuh knew of it* virtues,I ha*e t.)
Santa Rosa five daj s from the Brasses, that Deer SUns. a tOe ; ctliue
Fighting fictions, &.c. 5th para.graph-for Ca. La.tad in England-the reduction of the tariff place, when made acquainted with the rive you tins certificate.so that.l may W U
LAKP a 12c
the Mexicans had several perlb., 1 to lad a medicine that can I
Ca. Sa. I captured wagons very probable. The cotton market had benefits which have roIt Ut.'OSH
practical so signally LEAD Bar Jb. -
laden with articles for the suttlers'department beer per 0 Slliri'CY.Columbus .
( In No. 4, 1st paragraph in lieu of As preparatory Isabel ., improved slightly. produced by the medicinal virtues of the waters LATuER-liarness, per lb 30 a July 29, IS 15.KEM .
the road from Point the
&c.,read As impediment *o, &c. In 4th para. on to encampment The President has notified Congress of his of this fountain of remedial talismanic in- S.le. 2; a

I r."ph.for Should even be served, read Should ever opposite Matamoras. On the 24th ult., approval of the notice resolutions. The notice I fluence. Its curative have been triumphantly Upper, per kidf. &IJ a 4j \RKACLE CtRr or TEXIA, OR TArt WORM _
2000 Mexicans crossed the Rio Grande. It be I I powers Dressed Deer Ski(. 7!a I IJ This is certify,that I have made use rf Dr.W trufTs .
For And the probably given soon. .
tc. elements
lf served true read wi very displaced in all cutaneous affections Skins, a I ,
t was expected that an attack would he madeon Sheep .J Worm in e\crI '
fjmily in cascs
.Tnd the true aliments of social life in paragraph 6. I It generally understood that the debate as well as enlargements and indurations Lt'MBi-u per thousand: bet, 11 a 15MOLAISK with the S1Joik" toy lu -
eEl't. jstt
one broasht
Point Isabel. Gen. Ampudia had notified -
.$Iso for Don John, read Dom John, .c. For the I I on the Tariff wi begin early in May.Another of a portion of the abdominal ,.ir. Mercurial !, per gallon, 22 a 23 away immediately some fifty Jtiirno. ol tic
Gen. Talor that the American would lb., 61 a 7 LiD
tkctics of Charles the Bold, read tactics of a Charles Army has appeared from McKcn- impregnations, of which there are so NAIL per called .1carides-but its most remarkable cKJtf was
be demolished ifhe did not evacuate his position Oil.VM, PAINTS-Sperm, per ;alon. $U exhibited in another
zie, entitled the Life of Van Buren. It is Gil *, a girl of rather
the Bold. For maintain, =,-ad explain the more many distressing instances in the South, consequent 14 (a dlimi.
in 30 hours. The of Col. Cross health who
body Lins complained pretty i
much such book his former I.a
hidden affinities of truth.In very a as onc.- the experiments of accursedempiricism White Leg, 3 j a ,
and upon per pure abdomen. Ilcin satisfied! that she! had tern'trouM.dwit
had been found his
by Quartermaster's
recognized This man's motive is Our will No. :
No. 5, 2d paragraph;for Promumses read Pre. gain. people may be thoroughly eradicated l"y 1,3 aPR )I Worms ol si.mc kind,w e administered! the'S|rcitic -
strap, which was found near.- for slander for the give more a published than per and astonishment,
rnunires.. "th paragraph, tor even, read\cr. 13th the charrningcorrective agency of the watersof to our it brought from hrr
His body was naked and much mutilated. truth about any body. I consider this McKenzie this Sides, aOl a numltfr cf pieces of Tape Worm, from two tu -
for !he exercised read "pring.During
parazrah :may never may Shoulders, > t' '
A Mexican top-sail schooner was lying in I six or eijjht incite inn Since that Let
I' ;
bad of fellow his books injure 1 Lr.e. 4
ter be exorcised and for choaking bauble, nl'.1 the Brasses, laden with detained a sort a the approaching season which commrnces Mess Beef, pr hal bbl.., $" a U health boa! con'iderkl>ly irupruted ; ass! I It"H'IO
pro\isions himself than else. .
more any one in June the under the !SVLT, Sick. 2 a 2J
choking brambles. In the l ISth I'aragral'h.lor! arranjiMnents per but tLal the M.d.cirtc has relieved her r.f
and sent in b) the U. S. vessels of war cruising The extensive here for "', lent! r a 'r dtott tN
very preparations direction of the pleasant and 11. to be dreadedVuriu. The Specific" u HI
rctio, read rode retro Satannzt accommodating .
off the harbor.Lieut. Sun,s-New Orleans, per lb., "J "1 l's. .
the National Fair A high m this plseeaztdissito..utduWj! sal.uabic
are progressing rapidly. proprietor, I). T. TRKZvr, Esq.: and his White 121 a 13 repute .
Renshaw was at Point Isabel with Havnna remt-dv. for Worms.
Secret Sen Ice Fuud. large collection manufactures will be gath. accomplished! lady, I dare ay, will be in Double Refined Loaf, i 16 a 17c JOHN J.
of his He had been
some urn.1
samtn. cruisingwith ered here. character with his determination to Lump, I WLitevi'.li: ll .
the of the present rr.* Co.Ga Jan. 10, .' >
We publish to-day message Presidentin the late Texan Revenue Cutter Santa rEA.aceordinctn.1ualimy, 75cal I |!
t The U. S. Marine band, which is hard to render the situation of all who favor him
answer to the resolution of the House of Representatives Anna, and had ordered off American beat may FOB tcco, accordIng to quality, 1 a 5O S
se'erl discourse's awed music at the Capitolthis with a visit, as agreeable and well! pleased aslossihle. V DH. WOODRUFF'S
Leaf a
making inquiries respecting the disbursement vessels laden with provisions, bound to the .
evening.The His residence is agreeably situated On- 1O, $2 a 4
1 of the '. Secret Service Fund"while Mr. Wtber Rio Grande. WINDOW .-'by ; DYSENTERY CORDIAL.Fur I .
Virginia election returns are coming upon the banks of the beautiful Suwannee, 10 b> U, -21 a :

< was Secretary of State. This resolution was offered I By this morning's mail we received intelligence in slowly. There has }been so far a slight I over-looking the placid and mirror-like ur- ]10 t bj !.', 3! a Diurrhea. Dt/scnlary, Chokru Morbiu..

4 by Mr- C. J. Ingersoll, of Pennsylvania, to get via New Orleans, frol Gen. Tiler's Army, to the loss for the democrats. The Legislature. will face oftbe waters of thai lovely stream. Theumbrageous REMARKS Chaltl Infantum end Summer

proof of the accusations! he dade against Mr Wtbtter 22d ult. The above extract u to the 2ith-six days be democratic, however. ; foliage of the man" beautiful l trees COTTON in the New York u.getting firmer, antrices I Complaints of CldrC.

of having improper! used thU fund."t. have later. On the 22d, to the The Mail I
statements Contractors visit the President ina
according received that adorn the yard, affording a rich canopy stand very much a thf\ did before th }"Un lion. II. IV IiliaTI. lull U. S MirtaU a
: no partiality for Mr. Webster-we never had either \ "
any nothings known of Col. Cross but the body ,
of green not unlike Shenstor.? magnificent arrival of the .iledonia. Very little cotton offcrin II Bt 1111.
fur Mr. Tyler,but we believe the pretty gene- opinion that he prisoner the I KcrREtEXTATlVLS )
was wa to 0> ,
I genera : under which to and luxuriate I in this market, from to 7 r. 101"i
repose range
For Floridian.Mr. parterre priCe :
ral impartial men is, that the attackof W ). tj.. 1-sia. <
opinion among Mexicans. Gen. Ta}lor had sent a message to Gen. tlC I at in of the of almost I.ltoa. \frill. .
noon-day spite rays an --- ---- Dr. dear Sir A few t I
Mr. Ingcrsoll was rather a mean and requesting information to Col. Editor : I 'notice that the subject of a JFeodrvffMy : stays MM
improperone. a Cros- The four-footed inhabitants Second round of Quarterly lUeetilg'for
I "amludia. tropical sun. t ot received the Curdial! which were gwxlewufit to
We do not free discussion of the Convention of the Democratic of Florida Jo
deprecate reply was that he knew of him, party ,
nothing District.
the contiguous forests arc numerous, present. Tallahassee *a d tae. M] friend, Cvl. n Jones \

public acts of our public men, but if they are not I but that Lieut. Drcas, w ho had crossed the river in for the purpose uniting on a suitable personto ing for rare and exciting chaseto Tallahassee Station, at Tallahassee; lay 1',-!i; have part of it the remainder I have laid asid.0

rrotected from such assaults as these,on such topicsas search of Col. C. had been taken prisoner. Gen. A. be run for Congress at the approaching election the opportunities rural rambler and Leon Circuit: at Centenary, '-"*--.. ewhen I may nt'c it.

that referred to, none but a man regardless of that I di acts of that has been mooted by several writersin sportsman.: Thl Mor.ticillo Cirruf: at Lebanon, :;1. On the other 'ge ha'e "Me a statement .f nay
expressly hostility might tribe abound in the of the
\\ ..
wiU overtake station public
character, distinguished '- las c been or might hereafter be committed by Mexicans river close by, presenting those aquatic attrac Madison Macedonia 13:$li. lain used the Cordial of Dr M. W xid>iitr. I
They will be deterred from it by the certainty of this of the mind is also beginning to move in the matter do irate to it a most tabublc
; on side river, stating that all such tionsfhich suit the peculiar gusto of the 20-21Troupville pronounce le.

being exposed to outrae b}' those incited by per- j acts were unauthorized h\ him or his Government.We I am a plain and unpretending democrat, and herma In short, nature in one patient uf Ttwmas\'ill.' TrouJvil.Thomanit. 27-2". icine. Indeed fur such alttiol! .. tit \ .,
one of those who sacrifice at the altar inciplc f 4-5. we sometimes notL-
ofpr Warrior July suferith s'th
With all
J weal or party rancor. our prejudices
are rather inclined to blic\'e the report of her most pleasant mood, has made ample con li"illi. log at all equal .
above! three four
rather in mat or inertJnsand .
i against President Tyler and Mr. Webster,we do note the Mexicans crossing the river, a: portion of the j friendship, political tributions of every thing from which derive oblize Ple3i, yours HENRY W HILUACD.
ters, I had hop d that the in Floridawould sincerely
credit these accusations. We were opposed to Mr. army is stated to have retired from Matamoras. yet party pleasure happiness, and case, to often the May i, IMfi. P. P. SMITH, P. E

> Tjler's election. We would not vote for Daniel l Gen. Taylor 'a prosecuting his fortifications at at this time be sufficiently united on Mr. asperities of the mind, and impar to it renewed 0:j- The Sentinel- will plea copy. To Dr. M. Woodruff:
BROCKEMIKOCGII the Pear Sir : My little son was attacked with Dwfc-
to --- -- --------
Webster fill office, for do not present incumbent --
to political we agree -
any Point Isabel. and usefulness. Those old red-facec '
render the call of tory, about six weeks since, iiolntly. I culled in
tl with him in politicsbut we admire his talent, The Galveston News of the 24th ult. states that unnecessary a mercurial looking sinnnrs, who have grown Florida Supreme Court nepol.tsJeS the best medical aid, without arresting the disease.
and that this of feeling would be made and for sale at this Office, or by
; and do not doubt his pecuniary probity as a publicman. Lieut. Porter of the 4th Regiment, (son of the late unity old in the practice of the principles of Epicu puLitbe P. A. HAYWAKD.Itanaway When I had nearly 1O all hope of recovery, I ai-
manifest the of the
'. .,. Commodore Porter,) being out with a fatigue party sufficiently through press rian philosophy, that the pleasures of eating May '), lS4o. 12 cidently cane across your Cordia After reajmz .
< State to remove all doubt as to the fact, but ]I thccerti5cate gentlemen see iccnminend-
We also publish the debate in the Senate on a similar t te men, (some of them wearing uniform,) and find, after careful that it is the desireofa and drinking are of more importance than the jolt it, I condude J to try a bottle, and be an to zitt:

resolution proposed in that chamber by a friend fire upon when within a few miles of the camp inquir' immortality of the soul, may here give addi. it by direction., one morning after breakfast, and b>

of Mr. Webster, but who proposed to withdraw it Lieut. Porter and three of his men were killed in large portion party, that the nomi. : tional practical illustrations of their faith! b) the 3 instant about 35 a negro of man namedD.XII noon. to all appearance, the disease was entirelycured.
nation should emanate from Convention years asc d.lk .
a but has
ofl It has returned on him twice since,
after the President's me* to the House. It will tho occasional knife and fork discussion of the E in
age the attack, the rest of the party escaping returned the complection, feet five inches height, been .
people fairly organized, and with i it stopped readily as
be noticed one of the Senator from this State objected to the camp next da}'. is stated that the guns of that carry I merits o a venison ham rendered still more [one of his eyes somewhat injured,and is very a \.try bfue respectfully,

to the withdrawal, and made a speech on the the Americans were wet I, and would not fire. We high public sanction as a guarantee ofl palatable by the occasional libation of a glass well known in the city. All persona are hereby for. WM. L BALLAKD
such bow that him.
I will liberal
to A
success. harboring -
anc warned from employing or .
subject, ,which it gratifies us to see, u highly complimented wh this of soldiers of porter or mint julep. Gretown.lndolrh Co.,Ga.,Spt.10,1515.A
see no explanation given } part stand ready to contribute the influence of one reward will be "paid for his to me, or

in some of the northern prints. Mr. I should b ranging about the country, with guns that vote to the promotion of democracy, be our I Permit me to remark, Colonel, with more loge in some safe jail,so I can get him.ELZABEH fresh supply of the chose valuable medirim

Westcott was sustained in his views by a vote of 44 would not fire. standard bearer who he that seriousness than jocularity, that the rejuve u __ P.__WEST il.. n>Cfi\ei\ an.! -inr .,1. liv Ij->ivi.i \Airwa.- [)rtor.gists.Tallahasiseeahso5by .

ayes to 1 nay, and among the ae were Mr. Calhoun Gen. Taylor has used all diligence to strengthenhis none but a true republican may will assuming be nescent principle of the waters of the Mineral Tallahassee, 3iay U, lS4ti. : Jl i i 1.Mannun..I'. M.Mannington -

Mr. McDuffie, Mr. Colquitt Mr. Lewis, Mr. position, by throwing up breastworks, by entrenchments that responsible I notice that assignee thet 4th Spring, neiher miraculous nor altogether SUMMER RETREAT. ,Ln County; Jas. B. HeardP. M.,Micecsnokie -
post. ; S. F. B therefore that Count
I Bagby and indeed every Southern Senator.. Some, fortifications, &c. ; and the Mexican of July has been named by one writer as the hypothetical, and uninteresting MIiL; :; SPRING. Samuel Pules ton. Druggwt. Montictllo; John G

of the democratic Senators of the Northern Middle Genera Ampudia, has been equally industrious in day to convene, and Columbus on the Suwan. class of personages denominated bachelors LOWER Gum,, llcrchant. Quincy; Zabud Fletcher, P. M..

: and Western Statas did and and old contemplate! by its use a China County Joshua ,a.f Gad-t-
not vote, some were fortifving the town keeping his soldiers nee as the place. Be it I maids may ; lais
dceni\'ely. so. hopeno
proper feeling and not at all den County; D. Baker, P. M., anal l
bscnt. einploed night and day. Gen.Ta}lor'.heavy ordinance objection will be made to time and place, change with a disposition temperament to the Wan. Pt>wrs, Merchant. Marana.Cht.hubic.

of eighteen pounders are said to be situated and that the counties of the State will adopt incompatible Hay 0, IS16. .
Foreign Dictation. of a delicate resNnsibility, which -
I within blank shot of Cen. house, in them and take the assumption |
point Ampudia's at once to -
proceed steps* leave to (
have have long earnestly desired, but owing subsribr begs notify 11.. riend
It Florida NoUce.SIX .
the of
appears eople yet an important the middle of the city at a distance of SOUards.. neces&ary to represent themselves there. they may THE public gcuerallj that his house now
lesson to learn. A teacher of a new doc to certain intrinsic difliculties] have not of isiters to this known months after date, the undersigned, Adininis-
for for the
Thus the two armies have been situated upwards This is an era in the history of Florida of open reception wel
trine, in the of the editor of the Sentinel,has been able to effectuate. watering place and tenders hi* thanks. past fa- of Jeremiah Eeutley. det3. late o
weeks dates neither interest and the of the times
of two ,up to our present having no ordinary signs Jefferson th and
In conclusion, I most cordially commendMr. summer, and by strict attention County wH present acounts
prune up. One of his first maxims is that it is committed any litac of hostility) upon the admonish every true democrat to repair to the Trez\ant to the of the citizens reeive to vbiters 1a4 to hop librl share ofpatroDat. oiichers to the (Ir Prwbite. of said County

belittling" to one so respectable and so wise u4limself. other. post of duty. It is not unlikely that the next patronage The waters of the Spring are and ask for a discharge: from aid administration.
Florida and of the South
to notice the honest efforts of democratic President of these United States have to of Middle generally. possess excellent Medicinal qualities,very JOHN SAUNDCRS Adm'rsTo -

presses to correct whig errors. He says what he Virginia E/ul m.-The llichmond Enquirer, be elected by Congress, when wi State ol I.,. _ _ J****. appropriate various diae. The Spring is now I I SAMUEL EENTLEY, S Cm
Jeflcrsou 41
2, 1546.
pleases-publishes what he pleases but if others the latent information by this morning's mail l. sa"l: Florida, with her swt* electoral vote, will swell ALLIUATOR OIL.-A letter fioiu St. Augustine in excellent order,'for bating. to Persons call early.wishing tuI County May

think him and venture to tell him so, he .Thus fa we have heard of the election of 10' into that of visit the Sprme ( School Teacher
wrong. a political importance equal to dated Apri says : The subscriber would also remark that his table

straightway cries out most lustily against such lib member of the House, 55 democrats and 53 whigs New York with her thity.si, and will be c- "I suppose you may not have heard will be fUrishe with a great a variety as any other A PAIR OF TWELVC INCH GLOBE.for isIs 1 Iat

erties. This doctrine however i i. pretty much in We have lost 12 and gained 6. I no change takes qually influential in bringing about the fnalresult. that we have discovered the utility of alligators. in His Stable is also provided with a. a very low price i if apple\soon by

cork-sew ith whig notion generally. His last lectori place in the 1 to be heard from, we shall have I( This being the fact our approaching An alligator is found to be as ,'alua'Il good. His terms, and will plenty be moderate of Corn and to suit Fodder the for timed.horses. May 2, 15-6. YW.R

and the one which concerns us most at present, majority in the lower House. Congrsiona election will be one of deep. in his way as a spermaceti whale. An exediiion D. T. TREZVANT.

WM ten the subject of foreign dictation." With We have lost one in the Senate-and if the Ka- overwhelming importance. It wi involve > has left this place for tlC river of St. Lower Mineral Spring E. F.,May y, 1&46. 42 Notice.

. courage of a man full of high ideas he loses no nawba District sends a democrat, our majority in not only the democracy of the ,and John's, and the dark tributary stream of Black : SIX month after date > shalFapply to the Hon

; in preface but dashes at once into the subject, that body will be S-otherwise 5 our representation in Congress, but the dec. Creek, swarming with these hideous creatures, 1836. ot I dismission Administrator of Mary l>t
ows its intimate connection with fly traps- The election in the city of New York on tion of President and Vice President i of the with the view killing them to obtain their FOUR BARRELS MONOSGAIEL.WHSKEY.. o T said County a, .ae. .

gracefully leading the mind to certain things called United States, and in providing ourselves with oil. distiation. deeed.G'ORGC JONES .

"organs" which "squeak"and Co bellow ;" and having : Tuesday, for'delegates to the Convention to this political elector, we have concentrated in The oil of the alligator is said to be better date-warranted unsurpassed any ever before Jefferson County, April ; 4'} fm

thus fairly presented the primal elements of hi. revise the Constitution of the State, is said to one man the potential voice of the strongest fur lamps than even whale oil, and it is extracted brought to this.market. For LLOYD sale by 4. FLAGG. LAW
discourse, he is hurried away by the rush of memo- have been conducted without any exhibition State in the Union. The prize, then, for from the animal in considerable quantity May 9, IS JO SAR. OTICC .

ry's tides and it soon driven into a rapid current ofemot1OD1. excitement. The vote was a very small which we arc called to battle, i is a rich one. and without any great difficulty. For this IP. JDUR7ALT71LL

,'which allows no time but for ejaculatory one, and the sixteen democratic candidateswere I is that of pncple and the State of Florida discovery we arc indebted to the Indians, who indebted Notice.to the estate of Robert "[ resume the practice of Law. Orrtcz ins

utterance of most expressive force. The lesson he elected. Returns from 25 counties give may have casting 'ote-may fix have been in the habit, for how long a time I ALL person ,late of Leon County, deceased,will V V HIS YARD.

would inculcate is, that fly traps' and "organs"have 29 Whig to 44 Democratic members, and 4 upon us a whig President and Vice President, know not, extracting the oil of the alligator make immediate payment to the subribt; and April 25, IS4G. -40

no natural repugnance to"foreign dictation." doubtful. with all their odious measures. In view, then, and using it for various purposes. I makes a hose having claims azainst said tate. present Claims against the United Slates.fOHN .

_ _ them for to the Administrator within the
of the and fluid and burns
high responsibilities admirably. payment
Another remarkable characteristic of this teacher great importance fine transparent :
DUVAL. of Florida and
P. Tallahassee ,
Jour. 2'J time law,or they will be barred of recore- I
From Y. of .1pril by
Co. this election I would ---
u,the quaint modesty which leads him to disclaim th. attached to conjure re'lule R. T. Administrator. J FRANCIS A. DICKENS, of Washington City.
originality. He does us the honor to say that we THE OKECOX CO'O"ERS\ SETTLED. I the democratic brotherhood of Florida to sac. TiE EMPEROR OK RvSSIA.-Tho Emperorof Tallahassee May 9, RCHEI. 2m II will prosccutl claims against the United States from

noheis Letters by the Great Western from high rifice every personal consideration, if it be necessary Rusia (Nicholas) is probably the best looking Foridf or elsewhere. Letters to DUTIL& DICK-
acted of his ideas last Oh,
quite on too some kind.&C Foreign influence summer. meA as lie sources say that the Oregon question is SETTLED t produce unity, and let us meet in sovereign in the world, though one of the Dissoluton.THE Tallha.. foridap..t pa.. will DICKENS.be attended -

and the details viz 49 to the for friends cruel and relentless in dispositiona Co-partnership existing under the &
give : lat Convention, not to seek honors our mot ugly, 25, 40'
taei, never thought of by us. If we made exIracti of in the April IS.t.
Strait of Fuca, and thence through said Straits but to seek the man who would b most likelyto real BEAR. A letter written from Rome is this day &KAPP."mutual TUoringbusiness. 5.

from foreign" papers eaking; the praises to the Pacific, leaving the whole of Vancou bear in triumph our banner through the whilst he was recently on a visit there, by a business, will be doled by J. E. consntThe at I J. R. FOUTTNE

cf our favorite men, we did not insert any such abu- ver's Island to Great Britain, the navigationof conflict. cannot be disguised that our mea. gentleman who had a good apportunity of see. the old stand, and all persons who are indebted to J-I.atSJut[ received per Schr. Antau, frnru !Hatw.

lire of any man of the opposite party. It was the Columbia' for a term of years, die.- majority I last fall, grew out of disagree lug him, save : u He is the finest looking man the late frm. are earnestly requested to call and set- Barrel Tammarindi,
praise of our friends, without disparagement tolags. gre with Knapp, who is duly authorized to Mi I" Spanish Pepper ,
We understand the fact to be, that the arrange meats among ourselves, and was no augury of I ever saw-tab1, erect and well proportioned, t" SAMUEL QUAIL Son l M'Y" t>r Watci Cwt'rs.I
Besides, such articles published were thesame
ali we several tnoustachios. But sucha te
ment made through the medium of whig This came near teariugfromour a little grey, wearing KNAPP lommoh. .
Bat intended in their origin.for the people of Flor strength. JAME E .
gentlemen at Washington, and which we an. brows the last laurel which wo had won stern look, without the least contraction of Tallahassee. April tit 156. \rri25. IMS.
i They were written a* a part ot the news of the months but which unless the muscles for a smile but a countenance --- --- --- -
Bounced perhaps two ago, on many a well contested field, and we ; For Sale.

day,with such comments as editors chose to make I. was retarded by the uncourteous manner in come now in the spirit of concession the most austere and immovable! as if ho _' after Notice.f shall to the aingle-hor-e JTGGY with fine
forwar 4 IX months
and p'.lilhe out of the Sate..ery different i. which the offer of arbitration was rejected, we go to the polls in the might of could banish all the Poles to Silu-ria and sentence honorable Judge ot in present and for the \OSE I tht'r top and sinnz purchase,mad

the communication in the Sentintl. I was writtenfor has now been recognized and confirmed.The .- political magnanimity-unless we bind toge. them to the crue knout without the least County of Jefferson, my fin Pobate. and ,'ouchel .in the best manner Apply: to

publication here-sent directly here-published, forms of diplomacy wi b gone through ther the diyecta membra of our once united pity or compassion. His father, the Ernpe- as Administrator tif Nat Sder deceasedandshall "pn.25,19Ut .4') J. R. FORTUNESugar. :

*e lit say by authority o whig Congressmen, with at Washington, 8 presume-for the andpowerful party, by the lasting cement of ror Paul, was equally bad in character and Administrator.then apply for WILLIAM letter dismilion W GOODMAN.ma such *

cud to instruct tb good people of Florida formal negotiation has never by our Government confidence and union, Defeat will be gravenon temper, and was assassinated; for his tyranny Jefferson County May 9, IS 10. 42 6m Lf BA RELC Crwhe Sngar, -

to"'hor they should select to represent them in been committed to Mr. Me Lane, thoughthe banner we descend, midst the giddy and cruelties, but Nicholas' brother, the Emperor : 4.Co t do

the National Council Not content with praising confidence existing between him shouts ou of exultant a whiggery, the tomb of Alexander, was represented to have been Bchuft Cavalry Drill.A 2 Hot head* Brown Sugar .
generous t
M. Cabell, it must make his chances doubly sure by and Lord Aberdeen ha doubtless enabled the Capulets. I cannot believe that one of comparatively I mid and humane in his gov. CONCISE SYSTEM OF CAVALRY DRILL, 2 Barrels New STARK Orleans clarified LLOYD Sugar* FLAGG.f. sale :.
Jurying Mr. Brockenbrough. T constituents of him to render important aid in bringing the the host of Florida's true-hearted and noble eminent. The Duke Constantine was and A. arranged to by CaJta George the Volunteer W. Behn Cavalry, of Geo.ol, April IS, 1S46. 39 .. >

'a this member of Congress would perhaps do well to controversy to a favorable iasue. democracy has deserted a post which he gallantlr shockingly ugly in appearance, and one of the the adapted in u a neat volume of 318 pages. *'
Unite Sates. Bacon -
and Pork.
quest him to attend to their bu.incI and Let u The President,_ we have run to know, wjien our J party was strugglingfor most tyrannical brutes that ever encumbered Military Terms, fully explained; '

clone.0 is ready and will be prompt to accept the defend victory. I cannot believe that there the earth. He inherited the throne in placeof Dismounted Di. Mounted Drill Sabre exercise, 0 O IDES, Shoulders, Hams and Prime Porkfjiut n- .
ceived and for sale
It idle such interfer"MI stated above and the Senate less in view of the stake Nicholas, bu on account of his total unfit Manual of Inspection of arms, Evolutions .
i t give u ,an excuse lo ten no now U one who, great (or a Troop, Evolution a Squadron or Regirueut STARR, LLOYD a. FLAGtt
I hat oar reretahe are ".JVWiVnoJ u prompt in confirming what he does. Lt the is t be los or won, will fail t do his ness was arranged out of it. Cap and Field duty Sang Orders, EeneniRegulations April 1S46. 39 "

*tllu State ocers. Would a tend dogs of war bawl and go to 54 40- prey wich We incentives to duty as longas of the Army, Court
Congema national heart" duty. A Twrtx.-One kernel is felt in a Carbine ) Hall' SPRING GOODS. ;.
micle t Florida t b first puli.he an- has escaped them. The principle is dear. We lack no encourage hog Marti. bnu. &

tled it for whole the United States? needs now to "b prepared for war." ments as long as the South and West, wit almost icad-one drop of water helps to swell with .word and Bugle *ooudnps. subscribers take pleasure ). JBforming the ;.
t pl 0 THE
too no oldie column charging same ocean* spark fire helps to give light to of TallahaMe, and the cnrHmnding
(llt Mr. Or have the Washing A paragraph frm paper unbroken are o The various evolutions are illustrated by fine diarrairis. .'
!* above intelligence as ha. the princi- the world. You are a small mai> passing officers will :country, that they bf just received: oy the hat rival -
Pipers began to .pale their ineffectual light" llth, mentions line, are defending same glorious Infantry as .el a Cavalry, I from New York, a 'splendid nwortroeirt of
be the brightness of your rising sun ? We bad jinff been rumored on 'Change, b does no pies. ,Then lot our watch.word b Onward, amid the crowd, you a hardly noticed ; but nod this volume to contain profitable instructions. I .Fashionable* Fancy and Staple Dry Good. And
within that The work examination will recommend itself.
e'er tipte e glorious a destiny for the FJorpress. speak confidently) of iu correctness .Our our motto Principle-our pull b strong one, you have. drop or spark you maybe For sale by upon P. A. HAYWARD. I they will be constantly receiving froms' jew Yvrk t.f

writes under dale of me and a pull all and Victorywill Ilt-felt through eternity. Do you not 41'- and New Orleans (selected fry aM first bowsrs l in the
correspondent u a long tgel May2lS4.
regular believe it 1 Set that drop motion-girowiugs above places, with the"greatest caw and alraijtJoo.
** f *e will D say more It. is plain that a the 10th instant, :)hat the, war party in Bug. perch upon our that and behold the results 1 rIt mrtievrarry for this roatkrf) .) *ea onbl* goaii* iab .

Z."a"distinguUhedCongressknan"notacitiientau as. well here, was completely down, HcDUFFIE. to Krk Laws o( Florida. above liwe,whkn they rtfrf low for taeh.attbeitt.ia
Jan world. None are to Law of Ftaidt late TaUakasafte.ee MowlWnK >
bate been aware may rovte >pie ,rrph
S wrote toadvieFkici4iansotheirduty. bu does Do appear t had beentjrred Tie Smithsonian institute bill has ra'se1 imaU-IOO feeble-Joo poorto DO'"of service. AFfcU" for ; '. I L .t .IU CREEN.UKRO t CO.

, l o.if they could Dot judge of the character, that the.tn.o an. arrangement. the Sensle. Think fruYatKl.aH. Life is n->trife., March 31 I !t''*: A HAWAfctf. I Msrrh21lSP. 33

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J. n. FORTUNE Drugs,Medicines, Paints, Oils, the city of Tallahassee, .
FlRSTquality Justo Sanz Principe county
I f' GERARD VINGERHOETS. 90,000 Cigars } IS now receiving per brig Rpublc. and Jaily ex Toilet Articles, Perfumery, te., Window Glu On tkefrtl Monday i August L

,r. '.' (,\' -zl door Soul! t f the Union Bank) 8,000$ Havana Cigars of the following choice peeling per brig Peconic York,a large PAINTERS* BRUSHES AND COLORS, the R
following property,or
selected assortment FANCY AND STAPLE I
notice that be is prepared to brands: and well Glass Ware Ac. the Tax due
Apothecaries pay the same .. ui
I GIVES Washinjti n La Norm*'* DRY GOODS suitable for the Spring and Summer Sate o fo ,
I his friends and the public ; in of the above constantly on hand,and for sale at the WI. L S 18,T 2, R 2, N ad
trade, part following:
J. Corrills consisting
I with any articles of CABINET FUR. TiE lands belonging to Col. R. W. Waiiaa E.ajo.m
e; market
4 II Regalia's, Prints Paris Shade Robes, pnc.Au.
NITURE, made up in a style not to be Fancy known.
surpassed by any workman in the State Vareli R gali"'*, White Linen Drl. french Bare. I of articles for TheESE 4.S13.NE
Satin WIENKER store a variety family S2J
Esculapsio Damas Brown" gt
and at prices corresponding with the stripe Macaroni VermicelLi iofNW4S24.T2R2NandEVl ?

t-ties. Bureaus,Sofas,Tables of various kinds,Set 'a'a Galane Panetcla, Figured Bansly. Graduated Lama Robs. I' TAKE method to inform the public that he !I use Currant,Pickles Jelly, Olive Cafer. Prunes, Almond.R S 19, N W 4 of N W 4. S 19.T 2, R 3, N and SW E-i 1

t ':''*, Wardrobes Chairs, and every description and Cottonade his Cabinet Warehouse to the Peach ,,.& W 4 of N W l.SI9.NW 4 of S W 4. S 19 f
-'\Ie of Furniture male to order or repaired at the La Joya Napoleon York Midlr s, J Wh't Muslin building formerly occupied by Starr& Co.,next doe I 3,Nand E; S i of N E 4, S 24.T 2 R .aU'p T2
.. 44 Damas, Garobroon Nankin, ;Fancy Blonde dHera. Tin in the rear ol which he ASSORTMENT OF ,N
Diteit notice. lie is also prepared to contract for .. to Peck's Manufactory A1 situated lying and being about fifteen mile&1!
the building of nOland such other work as i is Regalia Coton" > miScarfr, intends to carry on the business of a CABINETMAKERUNDERTAKER3OdUPHOLSTERER (BAISBIEH SEISBS east of Tallahassee, on the road
".'' > done house His in El Lucero London Rich Satin stripe Barrg ;and leading to Bun
: \f ra1ly by carpenters. prices Driing. Growth of 1843. Store or to the Miccoeookie ,
t'uj department will be such as to induce those desi Coronis, Light | Scarfs, feels well prepared to execute.any orders in eitherof long to estate Theophilns lk.prtD to
r.'IUS of( building to give him employ while the qual.] Lafayette's Pressed. EaVlstnn iFancy Dress Capes the above branches of his business.He November 9.)845. 19 TheEi.N
All of the above warranted of the beet Rich French work the best materials for the E4ndSE4S25NW4.NEJ
4 ily of his work if it does not surpass will at leas Cignrs are Cout olan. is provided with Notice. i
quality and will be sold at the lowest prices, byAprit Irish Linens < I fancy Silk Poats. of articles of Cabinet Furniture, S36T3R2NandEEJSE4.S29W I
c'glflfl_ any work done in this city. Polka manufacture new months after date I.shall apply to the Hon- W J, S 30, T 3, R 3, N and E.,situated !
HAYWARD.Taken Shaded cord near
: 37 P. A. SIX
4.1S4S. Linen ,
"' Damask $ fringe Bureaus
o the citizens of Tallahassee and surroundin : such a Sretarie. Tabes. Bedstead. Judge of Probate for Jefferson County for nington purporting to belong to Lewis Mu
Towels, S Egyptian Mils, .. the neatest ao4
.country, he would return his most hearty thanks for I Chairs, &.C., m Letters of dismission as Administrator! of Joel the Southern Life and
*the patronage; he has: heretofore received and trusts Up, L. C. hkf (emb. !super.) ,;'Sleeve' and wmt: girdlesCambrics style. He will also repair any description of furni- Walker late of said county, TheEiSE4S9 insurance Trust Compy.
and colored deeed. ; }. S W 4.S
that hi may continue to give satisfaction and enjo AT Smith's Brick Yard a short distanc and Jaconetts, Ladies', white tuie. JESSE S15.T1.R1 SandE\ f.
0 their confidence: and favor.February from Tallahassee, this day; Saturday Grass Cloth, ; kid Gloves, He would return his grateful thanks to the citizens December 27th 1845. WALKE the ; S1.TI.RJ.NadE
2S, 146. 2S ly ___ _l-th April an iron grey MARE, of ordinary Irish and thread Edgin s,
size, about six or se'en'can old. (edg-t. r!!. rich Bonnet Rib ref'ivel.and respectfully solicit a continuanceof Administrator's. Notice. 2.W4.S17T2RlNandWEJNW4S R I. N and W. 9.T

LAW 11JrJI. bong, their favors a he pledges himself to give satisfaction months afterdate, the undersigned will make Geo T. Ward fining., the lands belonging'
at the Yurt! Black Trimming Lace Fancy Caps, all who him their orders both in SIX five miles
: BROCKENBROUGII & AUGUS application ; to may give final return and exhibit, to the Judge of Pro- Tallahassee,owner not known. autb.t.
WILLIAM ROBERT W. WILLIAMS.: Gimpem Inserting >Rich Fancy Parasslettes. and quality of his work.
will practice in part. price bate for Leon County. M administrator! on the estate
of the Mid. April IS, 2S40. 3D 4t Printl Paris Lawns, ',\ large assortment of January 10, IS1C. 25 deceased and ask for TheEiofNW4.ofS8inTlRlNandW.
nerfhip. They will attend the counties ( French of Roderick Mclnnis, a discharge SO acres, near Lake Jackson,purporting to belong:
die District Florida. Jack JOn and Franklin coun Sulphide lfuslin. > Fowers. a such administrator.! Charles Williamson.TheNW4ofSW4S2EsEls27.
ST2SWSHEETINGS ( Plaid Swiss iFine Southern Harmony.
ties, in the Apalachicola District. The county oTh O : Bonncl. JOHN MANNING, Adm'r.
of and Go ds, Plain Swiss and Book do. Florence I received and for sale by *
Dry <
aid the District and Circuit Courts of the United Staple Fancy situated,lying and being about fourteen miles
Males at Tallahassee. Boots Shoes, hats, &.c.,&.c., suitable for the Spring Ombre Bazarines. $Neapolitan I. Nov. 15. 1945. 17 P. A. HAYWARD.To Gold Pens. neat -
Rutland Talahae. purporting to belong to thei.!
nr.siDEncr: trade for sale cheap by Printed Padded the friends of the Itisuuc. JUST reeind. per Brig Eelne. 2 dozen Wood- tate 0 Robrt Humphreys. ,
WM. H. BROCKENBROUGHTallahassee. STARR. LLOYD & FLAGG. Satin Stripe Mourning Rich Lace I. J ward's Nd. 1 Gold Pens, article manu Also,
Balzarines Sa'n Victoria emb' Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum bst following town lots: Lot No.220 ia til,
t AUGUSTUS E. MAXWELL .. April IS, Slrt. 3i_ TIE factured. For sale by of the
original city of
Patterns would inform he public of the pin Tallahassee, and parj
tf Broche figured mourning English Wiliamsburg. February 29, 1846. 32 P. A. UA YW A RD. lot No. in
19.1S45. 3'J! the the north addition
Notice. Muslin Paris lace trim'd by a recent law of Legislature 17- to the city of

M. D. PAPY month after (date I shall present to the lIon. The above were selected by a gentleman ol dec ,t hey are empowered to receive insane patients NEW BOOKS.DOWNlrG' lahassee, also lot of said No. 76 in the south' bar of V*
SIX paying board,from other States. This is the oldest county quarter city.
of Probate for Jefferson County my final dod taste, and he rests assured l that those who will COTTAGE
Also the lands
Institution of the kind in the Union, having REIE"CF. purporting to belong to the "Ai ..
llijgs lli. W Jeremiah ben
: 9 account and vouchers as Administratrix of and examine, cannot do otherwise than award lachicola Land "
cal founded the Colonial Government in 1769 Company lying ia the .
: by ; .f
Practice ii) all the Courts in the Middle Drew late of said County, dcceaed ; and shall then that credit. is,from its locationbest adapted for Southernersbe McCauley's Miselait. Guizot's English Rvo-I Leon, bounded North by the line of dcroarcaticjo
WILL Office on the first floor of the Cap. apply for I letters of disinission: as such Administratiix. He has also just received from New Orleans: i removed from the piercing cold of the North and lution Hisory Civilization, West by the Ocklockiy River South by the cc n%*

i.I.! South win room formerly occupied by the RACIIAEL DREW. Rich embr'd Canton Crapo Sha.l.worth $4O, I from rig the enervating heat of the South. Its curative Poems, translated by F. Gary Poems by Oliver of and East by St. Marks River, ,
.. Socretarv of the Territory.November Jefferson Cunty.rrilll, IMPto: <'m figured Linen Cambric dres\3. capacity i is of the highest order: nine out of ten Wendell Holmes, Knowlson's Complete Hon D-, a part of .th Prcbu. u
: 17 Paris Lawns tor, Yankee Stories Jude Haliburton
15, IS45. by
. .) -_ _ _ _ Tax-Collector's Notice. Embroidered Robes, cases recover, if received within the first six months Guardsmen Dumas from the New Or FSER.
I by Pickings
undersigned Collector of the State and C .. of the disease. It is easy of access,a steamers daily Sf.and ex-offieia Ta.CoL L. C.
JOSEPH lIa.- CH. L. O B. BRANCH THE IJn. Black Thread Mantilhs-worth $25, leas Picayune,Jack Malcom's The Dead Boxer .
at wharf not far from the As lum. The L January 24, 27 6m
J. &: L. RANCH, Taxes lor the county of Leon, hereby givesnotice Long Silk O. K. Mitts, (new stvle.) stop a ) mo. by Wm. Carleton Adventures French Gentle
that he will atlend at the Court-house in the All of which he offer on the most reasonable terms. ern treatment, upon the non-restraint system manThe Mother T.S. Wreck
ATTORNEY'S AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. successful operation. The admit of classification ,by ArtbnrTe Olph Tax Collector's Notice.T .
city of Tallahassee, until the last day of the ensuing apartments
FLORIDA. March 21. ISIG. ; their state of mind ers, COI Hinton Te nio. Julian,by HAVE this levied the
TALLAHASSEE Term of the Circuit Court of said county, for the : of patients according to do. do. of day upon following lots o
rTTIEIR: connection with the Southern Life Insu purpose of receiving the Taxes due said State and Slate 'lax Collector's Sale. and also a complete division of the classes of wociety Simms Mrs.Guy Rivers Book of Fate.. Denmark JL tracts of land: Te north west half of the northeast

: L race 8; Trust Company having entirely ceased. county for the year 1S4'3. virtue of the power vetted in me by law, I The fare is excelent. and the board $4 per week. by Gore Sibyl's quarter and north east half of the northwest
will hereafter their attention BY We have a parlor tastefullX furnished NEW MUSIC.A quarter, Section twenty-one. tIres
.. Vy give exclusively; A. A. FISHER shall expose for sale, before the Court HOU.S b.d.roms. Township ,
their profe>1Slon. Sheriff, and ex-officia Tax-Collector. door in the town of Jasper, County of Hamilton,on: with curtains,carpet,sofa,centre-tableottomans, get variety of pieces for Piano Forte: Songs, Range three, containing one hundred and sixty acre
They will attend the Supreme Court of the State Tallahassee, April IS lb'-fi.- 3t: mirrors\ books and a piano: airy verandahs for summer Dances kc.SCIOOL. of land, more or less and to be sold before the Court
4 aI I each of the Courts. for the :Middle Circuit. Tlt first Monday in September next, retreats ; an extensive enclosure for evening BOOKS.Arnold's House door, in the town of Quincy,on the frt Monday -

4 :March 7. 18-16. 33 For Sale Chran.- --. I the folowin property or so much thereof a will rambles; a carriage for morning and evening rides ; and second series in July, 1846, for the County taxes Gase
TF APPLIED for immediately Mr W Sate and County taxes due on the same for a reading room furnished with books and newspapers Bok. ; County for the years 1843 1844 and 1S45 ad costs,
t Anthon's Greek Lessons Anabasis of
JOHN juKi.\r, 1 Watson' I HOUSE, LOT kc: in Belle A 'ear :: ; and moreover various means of amusement.A .- Zenophon. the property of Malcom Gilehrist.
ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 Also LOT No. 101,on Monroe street, P'm S E 4 ot Sec M, and the E J of the N F i of Chaplain reidE in the building and preaches to 'I Splendid Fire Screens, Green Paper for Window JAMES A. MCMILLAN

Qulncy; Florida. ing the Capitol. Title indisputable. ,and the entire section 31 t. and the W i Sc the patients every Sabbath. Letters inquiry should Curtains!!and, &c.for, sale&c., just received per Brig ft G. Quincy, Dec. 29. 1845. 2 Co.Tax Collector.
attend the Justices' Courts! of Gadsden L. C. DOIILLY. the E i of the S W 4 of Sec 2G, all ol be directed to Dr. JOHNf GALT Physician and by Administrator's Notice.
", the Circuit Court of Middle Florida April 2:, IS40.- 40 4t Nand E. The NE4ofS2andtheNofS3andtheNE4of Superintendent' of Elern Asylum Williams April 4,
I aid the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. S.. T I, R 12, N and E.pur burg, Virginia. New Extensive and Splendid SIX month after date, I will apply to the Honor-
of Probates
for Leon
1 November 22, 1M5.;) 19 tf Notice. porting to bIonl to the estate of Hector W. Bradcn March 11, 1S4G. 31 eowlOw Judge county fo le-
CJ-:: Sentinel copy.SSo roonthsjifter date we will present our final Also 4 of the S E 4 of S 7, T 1. R 14, ASSORTMENT OF ten of dismission a administrator of the
SIX N and E. the H. WARD ] 4! C. Joshua Sills, late of said County,deceased.
and voucher as the administrators of purporting to belong to estate "f WILLIAM c1@i 1uJM@,
Ek 2il13E25JsCOMMISSION Robert Y. WrllAtrd,dceaif.and apply to the Hon Washington Dunham. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT, 11 .: are tine assctJL SOLOMON SILLS Adm'r.
I Jude of Probate for Lton County lor letters of dis Also, the S E4of S 31. T 1. R 13, p-irporting C. ment of CLOTHS C.'SSUfERS.&. VEST- February 7, 18-6. 29 tmeNEW
MERCHANT said the of Chaires. City of Washington INGS which they are to manufacture in ""
. mission a administrators of estate. belong to estate Benjamin prepared
CHARLES S. SIHLEY. ) Also, Sections 2' and 35, in T I. R 12, N and E., T> ESPECTFULLY announces that he will attend the most fashionable manner Also,large supply BOOKS .
S ro.4., Front Levee, J. CARAWAY SMITH 5 Adm purporting to Lelong to the estate of Thomas Liv IX to the prosecution of Claims before the severalExecutire BEADY MADE CLOTHLNC, rpOWNSEND'S Bible arranged in htoric arid
NEW-ORLEANS, La. 2 IM'J.; 40 Cm i ingston. Departments of the Government, and order, in 2 vols. .,
t attend to BUYING SELLING RECEIV .o\pri : Also the W } of the N 11 of S 33, claims:against the United States for Lands or Money (made up by ourselves. ,)in the latest style,consisting Sufferings of Christry A. Lman.

WILL and FORWARDING with promptness Adrini trntor'f Notice.A The I 4 of the S W 4 of 33, to the settlement of Public Accounts, to claims before in part-of Youatt on the Horse.Dr. ,11 No.

&:1J despatch. LL !'>indebted to the estate of Anna Brooks, The i of the N E 4 of S 33, Commu.ioner und r Indian: or other Treaties! Frock Dress and Business Coats : Thiers life of Napoleon, 5 No,.,

November *, 115. 15 Ji\; widow, late of Jefferson County deceased, will TheW Jof the S E4 of S 33, to Pre-emption and other Land Claims,and to the Black and Colored Cloth, Frock and Dress Coats, The Chainbearer, Cooper's last work,

mae immediate payment to the subsribr; and The N I 4 of the S E 4 of S 33, procuring of Land Patent to Pensions:in the Army Cloaks and Overcoats, Tweed, Saxa Gotha ODonghue. by Charles Lver.

Dr. JXO. Q. GAMBLE, Jr., having:claims against said etate. mud present The S 4 of the S W 4 of S 27, al in T2, R n, and Nary or busin : therewith to the and Beaver Bus.Coats Surtouts. of Baletta, frcm the Italian of
his Professional Services to the citizens them for payment to the administrator within the Nand E. Also, theE i of the N 4, and the W obtaining of Patent for scientific or useful Inventions Plain and Fancy Vest, D'Azeglio Theobold or the Fanatic, by Haunch
OFFERS eaoo its time required by law, or they will be barred of re- i of the N E 4 of S 5,T I. R 13, Nan purporting and to al other business of a public nature re Stilling, The Visionary, by Shiler.
vicinity. E.
Black and figured'Satin, Silk Cashmere Valencia
Only the A
covery. R. BROOKS to belong to the estate of quiring an Agent. a Fide Dlghtr.b Mary
:\Q\'. J.UIE
: 18. 1S43. 17 tfATTORNEY' lardy Hrant.
and Silk Howitt .
Jefferson Co. April :, ) 2m Adm'r. Also the N W 4 of S 20, the E 4 of S Claims against individuals promptly attended to, Velet. Boy by Mrs.

1M 0' 3 il n !PJ 20,the N E 4 of the S W 4 uf S 20. the S W 4 oftheSW4ofSI7 titles invetilatn.&.C. PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. The FOtE Brother edited by Leigh Hunt
Notice. theEloftheSW4ofSl7, (lieS \ free of charge. All letters to Kniehts of the Seal.Tree Nights in a Lifetims,
: AXD.COU SELLOR AT LAW. IX months afterdate, I shall present to the W 4 of (lie S F 4 of S 17, all in T 1, Range 14. N be post-paid. The"Jesuits, eie Lester,
Javpr. Hamtltou ; Florida. REKEREXCF : Cotton&. Linen SHrts, Cotton, Nett, Merino The White 1ae. Maps of FloridaHB ok of Law
I < County, Ju de of Probate for Jefferson County, my and E.purporting: to belong to Edmund B. V ass. ..
November 22, Is45.: IS account and vouchers' as Executor of Thomas L S i (f'leSW lofSl.Tl. Rl3NandE., Hon. A. S. WHITE, U. S. Senate. Collars, Lambs-wool. Canton Forms, American Almanac for 1846, Albums,Gold

Woods, late of said county, deceased, and shall then purporting belong to the estate of Wm. J. Mills I E. A HA.AEGA.V, Stocks, and made Flannel and Pens &c.
; LAW NOTICE: apply for letters cf diiini-'sion as such Executor. MILTON J. BRYAN ALEX. B.uuw\ Cravats JeansUndershirtsandGlove SCHOOL BOOKS.

BENJAMIN MANNING. Shff. and ex Tax Col. H. Co. JAMES SEMPLE, II ,, Drawers, Morse's New Geography, Parley's New Nation

1 !P W WlI:! Jefferson County March 7, I'II;. 33 r m February 23, IS Id. ofc Cm ...' I C.). AHL'R. ATCHIsoN, .u. land'chiefs., silk, cam Hats Half 10s Geography Bullion's,English Anthon's Home Honce.Cieeo.ic

t ATTORNEY AND: COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Notice. Administrator's Notice. J. J. HARDI.V of Illinois. Suspenders Boot and Shoes, &.C. Latin Reader ad Grama Tutors,

'I Qulncy)', Florida. months after date, I hall present my final ac- month? after date, I shall apply to the Hon S. A. DOLGL'I Every requisite to a Gentleman's Wardrobecan Emerson's Arithmetics,three parts,

; WILL attend the several Courts of Middle Flo SIX and vouchers as t the Administrator( of Sam. SIX Judge of Probate of Leon County for letter WILLIS GREEN, of Kentucky. be found at their establishment on the most reasonable Eclectic Readers three parts,Angl Series,

.. and of Decatur County, Georgia. uel Sot.dec.ae. and apply to the lion. Judge of: of dismission on the (estate of Charles A. Nelson JOHN PETTIT,of Indiana. terms. Our stock be replenished the Cumstock's Philosophy,, Arithmetc
1'-IG. 4. S. C. SAMPLE, wi &c. Just received and for sale
. : January 3. 24 County for letters of dismission late of said County deceased. arrival of almost from New York during -
as the Administrator said ftate. JAMES A. BERTHELOT C. B. SMITH I the season by every new goods purchased by Mr. January 17, 1846. 26 P. A. HAYWARD.
. R. H. BERRY &, Co. ALEXANDER SCOT. Surviving Administrator. SILL fAN. who will remain North during the NEW BOOKS, Ac.
1 Jefferson County. April 23, ISifi. 4'') March 21, 35 Cm J. BOWLIN, of Missouri.
n for that We flatter ourselves, received Narrative
rTMIE undersigned this day formed a Co-part- 1'I) .' J. wintEr purpose. by nS per Brig Sampson, orth
"J JL nership under the above name for the transmission Notice. .' f 1LrHt' Wisconsin.. such an arrangement, and by selling EXCLUSIVELY to the Rocky Mountains and (
of a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS. months after date we shal present our ac. HEW <3KOBS.) April 12, I"IENay DDF FOR CASH,we shall be enabled to sell cheaper gon and North California in 1843 and 4,by Capt .
I R. II. BERRY SIX current and vouc= thejlon. Judgeof 200 PIECES rich stIle Prints Muslins Ginghams ; than any other establishment in the city. All C. Fremont price 37 J ct.

, D. P. HOGUE. Probate for Jefferson County, and then apply for Bareges!, Balzarines, Muslin Ging. CoParlnerhlp.TIIF.un persons in want of clothing are respectfully inviteeto The Crescent and by Eliot Warburton,
1 November 10. [29] 1S45: 19 *f letter of dismission as executor and executrix of hams, Shawls, Scarfs, Capes and Collars, Gloves, : ". Joseph M. White late of said County deceased. Mitts, Hosiery, a superior assortment of Laces and together under the firm of S.\RR. CLARK & SILLMAN. Tupper's Proverbial Philosophy,a book of thoughts
1 Thos. JcfT. Heir, THEOPIHLUS BRATTY Embroidered Muslin Trimmings, and a variety of LLOYD and FLAGG will continue the Monroe street, next door to Star k F g. and arguments originally treated,

. \ ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR LAW. ELLEN A. BEATTY. article to numerous to mention. Just received business at the Store formerly occupied by W._F. November 1, IS(15. 15 tf Illustrated edition of Vicar of Wakefield.

.\I to practice in the Superior and Jefferson County, February 28. 154C. 32 CmTa and for sale by Lloyd, where they will be pleased to see their for- On Consignment. Dante's Poetical Works translated by H.T.Cirj .
\V.County Courts Jefferson L. & II. GREENBERG CO. mer M. The Philosophy of Myster. by Dandy,
and in 1
theSuperior cmtomer. SARR.
County, Notice.
: Courts of the Middle and Colclol"s March 21, 1'H 35NOTICE. W. 1 j CASK Sugar cured Hams,Sugar,Tea,Rice, Holmes' life of Moar.
1 flf Columbia in the Eastern District Dfstrict. the Coun. I HAVE this day levied upon lots Nos. eight nine I February 15, 1540.< 31 F. H. FLAGG. I Candles, Soap,Mackarel Loaf Sugar, Flour Arnold's Rugby School Sermons,
ty and ten and eleven McNeil's survey containing Cheese Crackers, Vinegar, Mustard, Pepper Parker's aids to English composition,
Residence Jefferson
at Montiqello
County. All sixteen hundred acres of land more or less,lying between FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE I SOUTH- Spice,Gin Peaches,
business entrusted with'him will be : *THE Notice. er. \ppltund Chances and Changes or Life it It,by Clark
attended a
]I to. promptly ( Little River and Rocky Comfort and to be sold CIRCUIT 0,FLORIDA. months after date, I will apply to the Probate Maccaroni Butter and Onions! for sale by Burdett Rural Economy,by Bonssinghault,
I j March9,1914. 33 Before the Court House door, in the town of Quincy TiE heirs of John II. Sawyer deceased, wil SIX e of Gadsden County for a discharge from December 13. 19-15. 21 R H. BERRY. Book of the Colonies, by John Frost,

'!.' on the first Monday in July 184.for the County e notice that I intend to institute proceed.inls. r y executorship of the last will of Robert Davidon.dc'eaJ : Notice. Book of Good Examples, by John Frost,
, ; New York City, -Xo. 151 Broadway. taxes due Gadsden County fur t year eighteen hun. ,forthwith in the Circuit Court for the Southeri, L. W. The book of Christmas by Thomas K. Harvey,
f died and forty-five(1845)) and the claimantsof of foreclose SPRAT months after date I shall apply to the Hon.
Florida to the I hold
costsby mortgage January 0. [(17) 1946. 26 SIX Elinor edited by J. G.Cooper,
l JAMES: j. BIRGE I Forbes Purchase, the property of the Apilichi upon certain feal'ehtate of John I 1. &w'er.deceue. ud; e of Probate of Jefferson County for letters The Wyls.Hubad, The Squire, The Heiress,ly
:F i1rmm(01BrAH Jl AJIfu@m cola Land Company. in the city of Key West, situated o Dr. Hull's Pulmonary Balsam, of dismission as Executor of the estate tf Elizabeth Miss Pickering,
, 'j' TI:: AS ta'ten the above store JJ* between the CITY J AIE A. MCMILLAN Duval and Front streets and known as part of lot For Coughs, Cold, Atthmas, Croup Brochlw. Jones,late of said County, deceased. Ascanio, or die Sculptor's Apprentice. by A. Dumas

, 14 JLJL: HOTEL and FRANKLIN HOUSE where he Q'lincy Dec. 29, 2. Co. Tax Collector. number three in square number seven, according to n'hooping-Coth.njlr RICHARD TAYLOR. Love and ,by Horace Smith
t: will keep on hand a choice selection of FRENCH Notice. A. G. Bowman's plan of Maid city.C1ARLE.S. Soreness Spitting Jefferson County, Df. 2.18-5. 226m The illustrated history of Palestineby JoG E itto,

!J"J AND ENGLISH CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, VEST- months after date the undersigned will pre. ( MALLORY.By of Blood Consumption, Difficultyof Notice. The Manuel of Matrimony, by a Bachelor, I ,

, INGS, 4.C. He would:.respectfully solicit a continuance SIX his accounts and vouchers to the Judge of! S. R 1fI.LORY. his Attorney. Breathing, See. S c. months after date I present my accounts Mysteries the Backwoods, by T. B. TborpssthorofTomOwen -

.' of the patronage of his Florida friends, believing Probate of Wakulla County a Administrator on the Key West, March eow4m. THIS article has long been held io high estima SIX vouchers to the shal. Judge of Probate for ,

aj:;J; he wjji be enabled to give them the most entire estate of M. C. Rbrtson. and apply for letters of! The Upper Suwannee Springs, for the cure ofdiseasesof the breast and Jefferson County and then apply for letters of dis A Winter Gift for Ladies, being instruction i

, t. satisfactnR dismission from tateJOHN EAST FLORIDA. lungs, and is offered to the public a a remedy deserving mission Administrator of the several estates of Needle-work, ,
t-,1: .' April5,1645. 37 P. HUNGERFORD, a trial by all who are thus afflicted. George RitchieGeorge a Smith Silas Krupp and John Fleming Field, Nich Bigelow, The .Orange Gir
. In right of his wife M. A. Hungerford. subscriber takes this method of in. Particular directions accompany each bottle of the Ackley. ALEXANDER JERN1GAN. of Venice, The West Point Cadet,
> M'CANTS & SPENCER December 13, 18,15. 23 fmNotice. .THE his friends and the public that medicine. Price M; cents. December fi, 1S45. Cm Love and }Murder Durbin's Observations i till
e P taken a lease of the above establish. Sold in Tallahassee,Florida by 2 East, Clark's Cnr. Playfair's Euclid,
r.. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ment for a term of years, and\*ill be prepared to accommodate LEWIS &- Druggists. Wnkulla ConnlTTAX.COLLECTOR'S Noye's Penmanship. New Music Paper for Window -
SIX months after date the undersigned will apply all who may favor him with their com. December fi, 1845. AME. Curtans. House Paper and Borders, &c.,Ac.
.! TXTILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Dis.t the Honorable James E. I'oome. Judge ol pany. As regards the mineral qualities of the water 2 SALE. ale by P. A. HAYWARD.
V trict and the Court of Appeals and in thaI Probate of Leon county for letters from : it cannot b surpassed by any watering place inAmerica. Samuel W. Cnrmnrk, Samuel B.Stephens "D Y virtue of the authority vested in me by law January 24. 1846. 27 .

p, lower Counties of Georgia. Office at Monticello' the: estate of F. Brant def'aM.F. Springs will be opened by the first and J. Waylrs RaWer, -D I have this day levied upon, and wi expoe to I-

Ma. Sept. 21. 18H. 9 \ Admr, day of May. Charges moerate.and every attentionwill ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW public sale, in front of the Court Uo e.i the county loUee.SIX *
G. be paid to the who favor him of Wakulla, State of Florida, months after date, I shall apply to the Hon.
, $30 REWARD. VISGERHOES.5 a may formed a partnership in the practice of
Probate for Jeferson
10 1846. HAVE County for letters
.: RUNAWAY from the subscriber 15 miles January with their company. and will give their joint attention to Guineas On the first Monday in August next of dismission as Administrator of Edmund Gray late

.' .),. .t east of Tallahassee on the night of the 2d For Sale. March FRANCIS A.3 HUSON, Poprieor. confided to their care, in the Middle Circuit : between the usual hours, the following pieces. o of said County deceased.

. inst.. a negro man TOM. five feet,five inches WELL selected Miscellaneous Library of the 7,1846. : and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of tbe parcels of lands viz: GEORGE W.

. and a half high ; light complexion and an intelli. A mOt English editions of standard JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM HAVANA BY Western Circuit. SAMUEL: B. STEPHENS will continue Lot ntmbr 8,containing 474 acres,and known County January 1.186.SANDL.Jefersn

,'d gent countenance; a peaked forehead with a scar works, I'pro\'c about one thousand volumes. J. H. FORTUNE, to reside! at Qtiincy. SAMUEL W. CARMACK the Rver Survey according to the original survey
extending between the eye-brows to the root of his For particulars apply to and J. WAYLES BAKER at Tallahassee. One of the made Hart field, Surveyor. Also, lots number TO PRiNTERS

a nose! ; about thirty years old. JOS. F. BYTHEWOD. 90 000 PRIME each CIGARSin boxes of 10 firm wi!spend part of his time at Apalachicola 42,43, 44, 51, : 5.60, 61, 62, IS, 69, 70, 79, Type FtMr Printers Furnishing ?***.

,i The above reward will be given to any person apprehending January 10, 1816. 25 Ocilla, Jefern ,12 doz.bottles assorted. SWEETMEATS, ana wil attend to any communications directed to 80, 81, containing 36 acres, and known and I have new Type J Foun
. .ft said slave Toin on the delivery of the that place. described by said according to the original THE subrbr opt'o
lb Cinnamon CHOCOLATE ot where trt
Spanish December, I94. they
d iI.. same to tne,at Notct. 2 : 2 made by Asa Surveyor. All the
my Hartfeld.
ready to supply to for kind
plantation.CHAS. kegs any extent
L. POWELL. months after apply to the Hon. OLVF. above lots and any 0
SIX 12 dozen JELLY. Apalachicola Land Company. desrib situtt.ling ling job or fancy Type, Ink Paper, Cases, Galleys
April II, 1816. 39fr" of Probate in and for Jefferson County for in county of side B
: !Its of i.mi"io"a Executor of John Moore. February 14. 1846. 3 ALL persons are hereby warned not to trespass, the Wakulla River,bin.a Wakula.! of what wet is knownas and Rule Steel article column do., Composing.Sick.Cha
to make use of. or commit waste in any unlawful every for a ?
CLOTHING! CLOTHING said cunty. HTAKK, LLOYD k I'LAGG Purchase, upon as the property nece Pintin Ofce.
t'be' levie
deeaed.HARDY the The
on lands of the Apalachicola Type are in ]
LARGE of Emeline from New manner of the Apalachicola Land Company and will be sold cat muud I
assortment SUMMER MOORE now receiving. per Brig entire
which have new set of matrixes with
A ARE And Company not been regularly disposed ,
, CLOTHING: Aho BOOTS SHOES HATS Jefferson County. January 17, 1846. and Schooner Home from New Orleans, to satisfy their State and County Tax for the countyof countpr.,a
iF warranted to be
> of by us, or our competent agent or agents unsurpassed by any, and will be
I received and for sale Rio and Java and crushed SUe Wakulla for the
tif.t just by Notice. Lair year
; Co/c.loa heretofore, the penalty of the law will 1845.AHIJAH at prices to suitthe time
p. L. &' H. GREENBERG & CO. months after dat,I shall to the Hon. gar; Wine Brandy rour. complete assortmentof enforced against a all offenders. b strictly HALL Printing Presses furnishad, and also Steam Engines
March 21, 1818. 35 SIX present Iron, Steel, Nails. Shflf. and ex officio Tax Col., Wakulla Co.
Probate for Jefferson & be made for of the most
r1 of County. my final February 21. 1946. 31 Applications may purchaes.1pase or January 22, [24] 1846. 278m approved paterns.
account and vouchers as Administrator of Francis otherwise, for the undisposed of portions or tracts Composition Rollers cast .
, i;;. Just Receive: by J. R. Fortune, I Gut, late of said County deceased; and shall.then NEW BOOKS, iVc.rriSTORY of said lands lying and being in the counties of Wa- Notice. A machinist constantly in attendance to repairpresses
2 BBLS. PRIME LARD I apply for letters dismission &such Administrator. of Prtanim. by Thomas W. Coit D. culla, Leon, Gadsden and Franklin and known as and do light work.
E} 5 kegs M M i STEVENS BRIDERS.I I Ll D., Fruits Frit Tree of America, by A. the" Forbes Purchase,"to our duly authorized agent, SIX months after date I shal present my final ac- Editors of Newspapers who will bay three time

? 10 bbli yellow Irish' Potatoes. I Jefferson County January 10, 18.6. I J. Downing, Christmas Holidays in Rome by W. J. Mr. JAMES E. BETTNER, in the vicinity of Quincy. and vouchers to Hon. Judge of Pro- as much type M their bills amount to.may five the
i I March 2[, isis. 35 ftp, Life of Paul Jones, by Alexander SlideR Mac- JOSEPH DELAFED. bate in and for the County of Jeferson. and apply above six months'insertion ia their papers and send

Notice. kenzie,The Practical Astronomer by Thos. Dick, LEWIS for a discharge a bou nan of the their papers containing it to the subscribers.
r E. BARNARD, Jr., QIX months after dale. I will present my accounts Erasmus Wilson on Healthy Skin, Trustees of the Apalachicola Land Co. estate of James Hall, late of said county deceasedWM" COKROF&OVEREND. 68 Ann st. N.Y.

;! TNFORMS his friends and the public 3 and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate of The. life of Frederic Schiller, by Thos. Carlyle I' January 101846. BUDD. February 1S6. 31 6
w >ijhs.tbeutakentbestoreonthecor. Leon County and apply for letters of dismission as Wiley and Putnam's Library No. 2, Poe's Tales '' Jefferson County. January 17, 1S46. 266m

(S it ner of Monroe and Two Hundred Foot administrator of the estate of James Simmons, late Citizen of Pre. by Mary Howitt, Notice. Administrator's Notice. LAW NOTICE.

,. 1 streets Deafly opposite the Court House of I Ad county, deceased. Lady of Miln. '. Essay on Development, THE undeniged. duly authorized agent of tie months after date I shall present accounts T 11E.underge.bue united in the"practice o
I 1 where may be found a general assortment SILAS D. ALLEN. Exploring Expedition, Masonic Chart ApalachicVla Land Company SIX vouchers and my Lw. the Cou I
I of genuine DRUGS ApD MEDICINES. Every attention February U. 1816. 30' 6m American Constitutions, Mir Lele'. Cookery, i. prepared to sell or rent such portions and tracts Probate of Leon for application letters of to dismissionas the Judgeof Law Equity in the Middle Circuit of, Fli"
psid to order of Physicians and Planters. Past and Present, by Carlyle. or T land within the Forbes Purchase,a have not been Administrator County and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson
Notice the estate of Bartholomew
AH articles warranted,rood quality, lots for eath. months after date I shall apply to the Hon. Splendid family Bibles at very low prices regularly disposed of by Ad Land Company. Personal lick,deceased, of on said County. Western Circuit. Also, the District Court of th*
'11 He has just received a supply of SHERMAN'S SIX of Probate for Jefferson county for letters Clerk's Assistant, Baptist Harmony interviews may be with the lubribr ator JOHN MYRICK, Adm'r. Unite States to be held at Talau and the Supreme
COUGH CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC in the Neighborhood of Quincy or be of the State
WORM. Buck's may
Mercer's Cluster Dictionary, leter Cou
dismission the Administrator of Theoloica January 3,1846.! 24 6m Forida
.' LOZENGES YmluablejartScles! and the most agreeable of said as Ja Shakspeare with forty engravings.SChOOL directed to him, through the Post Office. at that THOMAS RNDALL.
t form of adminisfmnr medicines. late of county,deceased.JOHN FREEMAN. BOOKS &.c. place and Tallahassee. Just received by J. R. Fortune. THOMAS .

4. SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S PLASTERS the Jefferson County, February 1, lS46. 0m 29. Goodrich's History U. States and Questions to do.Parey. JAME E. BETTNER, Agent 1 HHD. extra sugar cured Hams small size for(am. Attorneys and Cous HAGNE L"-
cWpest," aDd best plaer| ever offered to the public Common School History, efthe Tnlt.ofthe4palo4iicola Land Co. litynse, Tallahassee,February 21_ 186. 31

ttt Rheumatism, Pail ia the Back, Side,and Wa.t Notice. Eeril on Cmpolilon. JanuarylO,1846.; 25 ly Sal lot prime L.

t nest, ADC. SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Judge Dnie. Duie' eoe. Last Notice Bri.and Wines, N oUce.IX .
p Also DR. FOLGEI'S OLOSAONIAN. r ALL- Probate for Jefferson County, for lete.of Day's Algebra Ainsworth's Dicion.rl. 4 bbls.superior months after date I shall final account
indebted my
HEALING BALSAM.. lDYlluable article for Colds ismission as administrator of Norman Hi of Inrt'. Latin Lexicon, Kingsley's !!, ALL pnon. late to the estate of Henry J. February 21. 1846. 31 and vouchers to the Hon.present Judge of Probate
Cotizhs. AIth *. Bleeding 1 at the Lung Consump said County, dee. JULIUS HIGH. Lin Lons. Levizac's French Grammar, notified, decs. Ln County ire Porter nod and for the County 'Jefferson, and then apply
lioa and its kindred diseases.. Pamphlets, containinz Jefferson JaQar 10, IS4& 21 6m Phrases, Envelopes (o Letters hereby made without Clart i discharge Administrator the estate M
CASKS a as
Agent. as no further indul- Co
I.: certificates from persons ID high ..tai Notice. Perforated Coral Necklaces and deIyto o
Dg, res- Paper, Amulet WoolfIaU f said
Stephen county
Claret and ( tale
r>.:tiag iU v4esblssdcta,can be bad gratis, by ap AN extra price will b paid (o Hides stretched &c., k Jest rei.f per Brig Emeline. or gen c b granted.WESLEY MANNING AdmY, 3 do. reeiye or FLAGG.by d.SLOMN STHm

5. rlvinr up.boS. '. jth peguafter the Inda(aho.by sale' P. A, HAYWAKD. April 18, 1848. A. ,LLY' Jefferson County, Fe 1S.
r TalUnMiee, January; 10. l15. 25 tf May 10, IMS. BAKER. F.bniary2S,1S46. Februuy2Sl$46. 3 .


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