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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: August 8, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
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"VERY INTERESTING! TREASURY KFII! >RT. =


"I t. f llowing We submitted call: report the attention this of the day Secretary of to the the Senate country of the of Trea-to theI'nitVd the --r T tii : f-S would_ ('tI- s

11 11It t t rt rt not n';be overlooked.States. Its startling developments} can E 1j F-LORID IAN.HBY I : H words mirried"of None the in a poet very, short time they, making aro ;nu good 1tl the l he


IeI.. It is ever one emanated of the most from remarkable that department paperswhich ** THI: GOPDKSS but the braes* <(Cleric the fair."

IIIe i the wisdom of in of O.N."
It illustrates! Congress exKndin '"jormitics of the I.as -Among tbo
the inquiries' of the} last census, which j I afolishinent' French n"\Jllli"l wan thi
of
the
. the sagacious and laborious head S. S. SIBLEY. Christian Religion li lh
enabled
.1.jt I ] SATlffifiAY
FLORIDA NatlomlallssernL
II have TALLAASSEE, AUGUST(; 3. 1S1G. VOL !,, and the .
I II to exhibit to the nation its Mibstid.fe mil! tin
Treasury acM
:|
the Mtutl
11 I of XJ-KC.3. worlf hro tf tlJ "(:(1'',..'"."" ...I.L _
the
condition in reard to operations ofl I States, in enhanced of I Cathedral of Notre limos IIIInc =
prices the domestic ar-1 1 erg than the rate and the relative 1840 the Darue. and i is
the tariff.: This is done in a manner so I| present ; yet returns of the various products o f the an.iii.tawl Ue l bed in the > descri
tcs similar to these on which the pres"n'du difference between the of tho United enhancement in un the "Ilistoire de la
States pyre
price foreign ConventionNa.
that
understand
j
one are haid tional
o r and perspicuous every j very imperfectly one is met by } :"
( are imposed, is 873,7s4.4Ki.( .H'I-frf a ,
and ; corresjxniden'reduction r
domestic .
enormity of the injustice inflicted article, and of the cost of production because the requisite number theother. 'l'Ite
it. The This table only embraces the questionswere on Like action and action Jay afire the
sixteen ,
1 1L the great masses of the people for thebenefit following is nearly( as great a it was when the not propounded : second, because an.Awer the rmeting of or when the memorable sittings i
, CIUallorces Christian
t 1I L upon articles, namely : iron the manut I in mchanics, the } ; ;
high duty } all'a since.
'" of the ft'''. is exposed, and all attempts thereof ctuf'! tomrcnct'11 century were often refused to (these questions result: are the Festival of Religion was abolished,
I ; the manufactures of tobacco, cotton, The citizens of Key West now from fear of direct I neutralized, and fb aggregate Reason was celebrated
must hereafter be vain and purchase i a taxation, and other left Ire Dame at .No
t is
! concealment causes !price which
td at wool, and leather, coal salt molasses, tincxchanged. T-s i is became
,
I sugar our own or foreign sugar there at a price of ; and third from of Jot only tilt temple of the
We thank Mr. Walker for this! invalu want accurate knoweJge fonnu-d! the U' new divinity I
.r idle. glass, paper cordage, cotton bagging, hats and nearly 3 cents und. In SIX hours he reaches inadvertence 1 1lc upon st settled] iucpl's, Of no. Tht most distinguished
document which we should! be glad to 1| : or in many of those (.fries( ec iKy and Of { of the Capitol, artists
able caps, straw hats, bonnets and braid, and earth and there similar so and easoIJIIJ(% ,hut is musicians
purchase a ar ting the information. ningors,
published in -dt'mlCratic paper in the Iaoana From all these eau.1 coMfnmed by frivae | joiii"d> to assist ant were
r r tLroglout at he(
ate enware. !icc at nearly one half the price ; and nothing ses, as well as from man known facts, the tlt' world. of ceremony, under pain
Fnion. We! venture to express the opinionthat I } total Til' t'iJelcooaUadled, ta ac J being + and
., The total amount of these\ articles producedin but the duty can occasion the difference of of treasury report 1 I ptcl.t treated a< such. The
it will be one of the great documents of amount our product* has been estimated :j clearly; estalishes, itf" wile of .
t t the (United States, by the is 8331: ,. price. I Jtmcrous witnesses, represented i the
tale by practical Goddess
men, the four
Trade in portion of the ao n,1 as distinguished I folIuvvinposi/OJ,8/ men dressed ;
Free party every in
:. the 1h! vi9!I uLichil' enhanced scarlet
; upon An .lulericancitizen carried
river from her
price statesmen, at not less 1st Th 4c their on
crS.ie
think tle tht present period) profiuof shoulders
e country.its statements If our opponent and deductions they, let can them answer be equal to the duty, the tax on these articles : Detroit to Canada and purchases there, separated that 2,000.000,000.( being nearly double the 'I i leered ar8 than one. agriculture half thc u nj.row with garlands of, seated oak. in a .gilt chair 1 ad.,rncd

. upon the people of the United States imposed only b a distance of half mile from average She 'had a scarlet
a arnouat shown the
} of of '
We ask l that the text by cen"us 110 ; and profits riufdctiire. it. only a
attempt may by the tariff would be 119, U,9*. It themerican I mantle over her
It wasnl.t'r shore, similar articles at one much larger than would) be the mere : of 2d. 'I'l'tliePri of u white shoulders,
ct ? tunic
accompan their commentary.This .1 assumed by this department, that the tax quarter less than the price in Detroit. Nothing the progress of products although rf'ml i and tlmulatc hI IJ,..,'..._:_..1'a riculurl_products CO'.erl,1 her h'Mh'- .inJ' ._ .
he ; they arcu-1 I nanu she lieU "Ut
must arre\tt> I
protective system I I "lUIUre Jla\.c (( a pike, in the
was equal to the duty ; but on the contrary, but the duties can occasion the difference, :. more speedily than That'''! muchthis siivhe: tariff; of 1 .. 'i&lcn VPr.j branch. Before other an oaken
The Constitution gives Congress power that the) true measure of the tax, was the difference J otherwise the price would be the same at both amount does exceed 82.000.000.000 popultiol is believed j Ilic prohlid of 'I compared 1 with in her marched coin,;; women i 1 1
I j prices clothed white
the of
to raise r\"cnue to pa) expenses the arising from the duty. between the places. he rendered manufactures. with tri.coloft girdles m' and
to certain the 1 the
nearly by al profits of crowned with i t
of this flowers.
Government. I is an alul power. I price of the foreign i and domestic article in our Ii We have had a protective and quasi following( facts. There compiled the manufactures have red legislature! with
protective was since
the spirit ot the by gratly alnlt.d the tariff of ._ caps, and the
and IIM deputies
a \iolation Constitution'j own market, upon the principle contained in tarifTfrom 179 to the present period authority: of the Lfgi.lturl of Massachusetts: whilst thrice of labor have brought the of tlC sections: j,
t t tI to layduties upon foreign importations 10 a. I the extract as quoted from annual with short interval of few and may appeared up rear.
J I my report. a a years ; yet statistics of the coulition and products of the toaugmun particular The
t, impose an indirect ta of two or three dollars ( )1 reference to table A, it would appear, I this alledged domestic competition, occasioned several branches of industry in that State, for i,in othcri.l the result could places, i has f fallen of the' Convention cortege traversed Paris from the Hall I
t to go into the pockets of manufacturing: capitilists that in no instance is the enhancement of price by duties is far removed the I be other to Notre Dame. There t
r
I protective nearly as year ending April let, 1"J:. Hy the I w.-e ; C the profit of the three the (Goddess !
for dollar that into the fnuths as elevated }
r t'erJ passes equal to the duty. The case of cotton bagging : frm reducing the price of the great mass of census of 110. there was a product! of 'Ia I j the peojxiing the unprotected o'! where bbc received on the high I altar,

t public tr.easury.-Uniot&. is not an exception the comparison I be. | thing e protected artict' to the foreign price, as sachusetts of 875.470,297. ( which according I reduced he tariff. to an extent article are of all present successively the adoration .. [

made with gunny cloth, which, but for the I! it was when system commenced. The to the return of I* : had been increased to arlga the augmentation of equal I in the air with( Incense J!

tiEPDRT' duty, woul be largely used as a substitute for I truth i is, that f pr a great variety of causes, natural 8117,012,01*'. That- this amount, large as it profits a.ng to the, protected cl prices and in honor of the Iljrnns |J

frogs the Stcrttary of the TYtafuri/ rrpty to a the generally)' designated as cotton bag and artificial, the cost of IwJlctiul varies i!, is very fur below the actual result,- is distinctly Milt throat the [ ton, so far ?for, the re. course pronounced occasion and were sung, a a lrs u' i t tIlle

llt ohitton of flee .Senate.TKEASCRY s'11' I from one to many thousand per different ) announced iu the publication of the of f labo ,nding upon 1 its profits as, 1 pref the Goddess, no longer every one retired- {

DKPARTMKXT.: ., The gross revenue raised) by the duties on 1 countries, and no legislative enactments work, by the Secretary of State of )ls'achu. leastducei }he .zed. indeed, it at on foot or in a hackney borne"alol, returned f
if were coach.
July 22, 1 I. 5 these articles in 143.: was -SlS.33f5.4-j2 I : : and, j i can (change the soil, climate, or seasons, or sett,. Taking, howeicr, the amount returfd |h 'fad Ihrce-funrihs of the not re. "I

On the 29th of June last, the following! rcs- deducting the (expenses of collection, the nett I reverse all existing circumstances, so as to and estimating the population of the Union at pie I ,the unprotected articles peo. A SivrrL.\u SKK.MOX.-l*,ur gi-ntlemen f

; olution was adopted by the Senate of the lTni- revenue was 81>:,032.2J9 ; and the total) tax. 1 equalize the cost of producing all articles in al! twenty one millions of people, an.1! of Massachusetts I ) ar? pro.ssutthese :and au old minister Were n 'mi r.>"1 .. .1,.. U..I I

S ted States : both on the imports and domestic articles, in; countries. Competition, therefore, cannot produce in 1845, "II' ,.;(( it would make in i duceAs positions, the tax on the way by three robbers, who-demanded' : ; : r and:i tr f

Resoli-cJ. That the Secretary of the Treaorder I: to bring this last mentioned sum into the I this result, and even if it ultimately could( the .United' States an aggregate product of unprotHass, anr'be corresponding 'ben took [possession of all their funds. The old J

sury be instructed to report to the Senate, the treasury, was 8'J4! 120.37. Thus to bring a the system of taxation i is going on, and one growet'atiun 8n :wnIO( as shown in table (I K:) hereto fits to which are protected, would be minister, pleaded very hard to be allowed a ti

list of manufactured: ) articles, upon which the belt revenue of 81,032,289 into the treasury, is being subjected to heavy burthens, annexed. Now whilst manufactures hate not till furligmented. Jut{ it is not deemed little money, as he was on his way to a i I

sum of ff..four millions of,dolan; are annually j there was imposed by the tariff of lei? a tax i I I in hope< that another, o!\li more remote increased so speedily in other States as iuMassachusetts proper luss that topic in this but bill in London. The highwayman as our pay au. 1 l r

paid to the protected s. In. Mihanc- : of *+;91,1:Ilh;;upon the people of the United J I generation, at some distant pl'riot of years or }et population and agricultural I to limitnnuiry) to the enhancement report' of thority} informs us, being generous fellows, t'

iug the price of domestic articles, and the am- :'' States, of which 81" .:3:3i: : 15: was gross rev-II i' centuries, may be enabled to get the same domestic products have augmented in a much larger [prices, wer to the resolution of the gave him al his money back again, on con ,

punt so paid upon each article, if he possesses enue, and the remainder, $73,781,103, con- article at the sane price as if there I ratio in many States and( Territories ; Massachusetts ate. .: I dition of preaching them a sermon." .Ac 1+

the means of ascertaining the same." i stituted the enhanced price of these protected I were no duties. But this theory !l'el' to in that respect being far beluw the Theltl of this enhancement of price cording+IJ, ( retired a little distance from

The following statement upon the subject is domestic articles. I overlook! the fact that competition, and a struggle medium increase. is bse.all; (( the data within tbe) >mer I of the highway, and the minister addressed them E

contained in my report to Congress of the 3d Tht actual amount of iron and all its manufactures for the trade of the world are going on in The official statistics of Massachusetts. (for the demt at this period. ;is a as follows : ;

of December last : 1 produced in, the United States in 1 +-43, all other countries, and that this verv compe.tition 1815 is given, (maiked l 1'\) .\ similar ailicralstatistical I interesnd tompn'l.el.iHjuiry 1 ,most and .Gentl men-Yol are the most liko I

At least two-thirds of the taxes imposed I i i is based for Pennsvlvania upon the report of i I striving to O'.CICOlf protective duties, t return of Connecticut for the } ear i I would e for its complete duci.'lation.) old apostles (,an)men }in the world, fir tIC. t

by the present tarifi"are paid, not into the treasury !I the iron and coal a.sociatiol of that Slate, 'j i is producing, i perhaps, nearly the same rate ofrtdlciol ending; October 1st, 1-15, is hereto annexed, much td more full and accurate static were wanderers upon( the earth, and so they are r I

but to the protected classes. The revenue adding for the rest of the Union an t"tirntc abroad
from imports last t'a exceeded twenty | proportionate increase ofnne.thlnlthe I increase at home, leaving the diffcience just as greatas I i j In any \ie\v of the case, the totality of the : obtaiiu that they could cal their own ; neither: I :

seven millions of dollars. This, in itself: is'a I in I Pennsylvania from 1810, under the census when the process commenced. But in the j' ami'ial( products of the United States, at this | llv King labor, since the ICth of July! sume, ba\.t}ou. They were de. pHed of pre all, ;

heavy ta; but the whole tax imposed upon i i to IS 13. I meantime the system of duties has been going I j time, cannot he less than two thousand millust i, (lot my last to the Senat-( .) but those of their profession, and so. I be.ieve: 1 i

the people b) the present tariff; i is not less thanetghty.one I I The table for iron and} its manufactures, on-taxing one class for; the benefit of anoth- lion of dollars! and the protected articles 'live this ants been prepared rel"lr, and is submit ;are yon ; they were unalterably fed in the ,

millions of dl *-(f which twen- hereto annexed, is marked No., 1, and) shows erg and greatly reducing tt entire mass oftt bun lost millions upon which the people! are 'ted to Iheut consideration with a lull! I principles they professed, I tJtre say *o i ;

ty-sevcn millions are paid to the (."erltft a total product in the United States, in 113, national< wealth, In ha.ildrin.n so large an compelled to pay a tat of 8142.091,155( if f> ,victiomery proper allowance will! be I are }ou ; they were often into jails r ;

1, upon the imports, and fifty-four miJ'ln.to the | of 8ll--jy3.730. amount of capital from its natural channels into th<' rate be the same on the fife hundred mils made imperfections, arising from the :and hate prisons all of which 'ufering'I presume, 'i .t

protected classes, in enhanced prices The table for coal, marked] No. 2, obtained artificial pursuits t for which the country waseither lions, coaiparitig till total: tax of 891,120-37,1! { i I short pithin which it was IffU'n undergone oyvou ; th"ir profes- .

domestic articles." I in the same manner, exhibits a total of 813210.07. not prepared, or its soil and climate un- with th" amount of $::HI U.J! being tht) I I j I proif ( ..'.:.'CUil....I. uc-cessary)to sego i brought them to an uud,,,..Ir- (-".-.-:,tl ."".1" i ('

This estimate is based upon the position that suited. The true measure of the progress; u :I\alueofprotected articles, enumerated in table. l 'o"t respectfully, IOLI continue in our course, HO will your* 1 '

the duty is added to the price of the import, The table of manlflcturlr of cotton, marked a nation's wealth i is tt progressive profit of'I|' A.i II Vour oJecit'nt! servant, tiller bring }.ou. Hut i in; this point, beloved"ou: l

and also of its domestic rival. If the importis I No. :3, is compiled by taking the amount rej I all its industry : and tie aggregate of this i i j Table II is hereto annexed, )being a statenif'iit J. WALKKR: mightily, for the apostles:! ascended from i

enhanced in price IJ the duty, KO must be j turned officially in each of the States of Mas- profit must be reduced )restricting its commerce I of the protected and unprotected prow I Secretary of the Treasury a tree into heaven, ,where, I am afraid, }ou

the domestic rival ; ), being like articles,, i i sachusetts. New York, and Connecticut in reducing its exports! forcing its capital ducts by the census 'for Massachusetts} Mississippi. I To J'll: M. DALLAS wil never go ; but, a their dt-aths wore com f! I

their price must be the same in the same mars 1343, and allowing a proportionate increasein by 1 legislation into otherwise unproductive pursuits I t J 1. Ohio, New York, and North all South \ clut of the United States, perisated with eternal) glory, yours will be re. ;{

let The merchant advances in cash the duty the remaining States since the census of : thus taxing one portion of the people for I Carolina. Such a table for all the States t President of the Senate warded with eternal shame and misery unless

on the and adds the dlJt o. with a profit 1-40- ; the total is 833.137,04s*. tie benefit of another. being a mere legisla- would be interesting ; but iu the brief period: }uu repent of Jour sins." ,

upon it,imrr charges to the price-which The table for woollens, marked No. 4, il live transfer of rnonev, from( ( one class to : allowed there i is no time to communicate the I ANTIC IXC ) FAMILY
lE'T.I
j the data No. 3, and and not creation of wealth or uuth'l results for; each of the States oaf PR.HEu.-Iu binding a '0-
must therefore be enhanced to that extent, compiled[ on same as exhibits erg a separteJ. I At tre in Quebec the tr-'thor "..ni tore, lucre i! Camir :
less the foreign producer had first deducted the II| a total of 8:1.7-O,7l: ( it. ficicnt examination, however, made i j rnantid occurred following; ro- influence ro.that of domestic lTni- i
i table for No. 3, exhibited a total: As illustrative ofihe between free b this to ascertain the t fact, that : prayer. i
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duty from the price. ]Hut this is imposlille ; Tit sal, ttTlrencl } department j| flames ting them mil a common object, it unites theirs ?
of ., is from the trade and high duties, it is proved, that, in the neither under the of 1-10 1-15 do WUevouring; were rapidly
for such now is, and long h:1 been, th" super j :;.{:- compiled census census or j I cnveNry, portion of this noble structure rnpathies and desires. liaising their hearts
of and for IrslO, with an actual return for theMate absence of an agricultural product are the protected exceed the -
abundance capital acti.c competition returns )tarit unprotected prow I being blockaded to heaven, it brings them altogether in thepresence "
in Europe, that a profit ofsix per cent. in any of New York for 1M1 and assuming a dearer in with us, whilst a vast ducts, in any of the States or Territories except ,i the mtiman beings entirely, who in by of !. The family altar i is the ':
a-
business is sufficient to produce large investments ,I similar rate of increase for the rest of the number < f artict'" have performed the circuitof in Massachusetts, Rhode Inland and Con, consteiad| precipitated thcmschcs tflir R>him to which they repair from the cares and, s

of money in that business ; and if by i Union. the globe, arould the Cap of Good Hope, necticut. Comparing Massachusetts in 1-15 '; on the vain hope of up I toils of life ; reminding them of rest "

our a duty of forty per cent be exacted j Table No. (j, for !sugar ah'1 1 molasses, clLibttng or Cape Horn, notwithstanding the heavy with Mississippi mil Mitt* and several other ] lady, the[ beautiful escaping to the. in heaven, it unites in effect; of refcrn.t
larf open aig and ttl
on of such business, and the for. a total f for sugar of 811,11'! ,'U2, and of f freight are much (lower there than with us.- States, there is exhibited the following result : i t: | St. Pierre, she turned ac.compll I obedience for its attainment. Earth hath anr<
te as n >
molasses 8 ;. is from actualreturns ) : Thus, in a ver latehistorv' of Oregon, b G. I'r ,teer-d! articles. out 'holier
eign producer deducts that duty from his prow (t- compiled } } Uopmn| .d. I 1 in th "as scent b the multitude spot than a house thus sanctified t
I 1 .woolen! and ld.( +.arhu ctt-,. I"I, ,oi, ".'j'I.I'; ; :: } stan by
vious price. he must sustain a heavy lose.- for tlU crop of Louisiana: for 1" 15, ald \'lkc5, it i is stated that goods j I ; : prayer-where the suite of
ding a window in the third sopgdicatiun and
i| | t I"1') 'i,: ,_'.1 1 :'. :N i. :, story of .
This would soon extend beyond the sales for j assuming an increase in the r"M t of the Union, j ready made: clothing, being introduced here i ;11SI1'III 1-/" l.!.l t".,,'Ulnl.l'i'I' the bihither she had ran, no doubt, I thanksgiving consecrates every day ; where'

our consumption to sales to our merchants of not in the, ratio of Louisiana, but only corres- I i without duty, (as it i is consid"f.d an Englishport New folk, 1"1 i nl-1-1;;* law:1I.\'t; with if precipitating herself thc word of God is devoutly read, and mali

articles to he exported| b\f them from our I,urilent to population upon the census of 19 10. i,| ,) are greatly cheaper than with u>*.'*- South, Carolina; I\hp
with a drawback of the duty, which I Cotton bagging is 'founded upon the amount j I I I .A very go!xl strung quality of Llue broadclothijr North Carolina, 1"1") 2,7l7l'f.'t: J:',',i"IJ, ;i't 1 bright the flames- maybe humble, but it I ourh'brav I
approaching
Powould bring down their price throughout the I required] for the crop of 113, deducting fJr.I quarters wide, can be had for. SI 23 pr J'd.1.1 In further confirmation of the estimate of:, ] the lo\ely contour of(her)ispl.iITeIff ho there, and sorrow-but h"r.inmate: are rich j

market the world. But this the foreign j .'fin importations. :1 the other amounts ,- *j I ..\ articles of cutlery are also cheap for the the tax arising from the enhanced price of| .An expression of in faith, and joyous in the holy Ghost.; Sick

producer o cannot afford. The duty, tll'rcfun', j name!}, glass and glass) ware, paper, cunlgt'; t same reason as the above." Chains, Gwdsnd protected articles a table is hereunto annexed [I agoniiir no\lt' was that ness may enter it, but it comes an angelof .
stamped fair
lilt.
must be. added to the price and paid by the hats( and caps, straw hats bonnets |' a farming implements are very reasonable..' marked I, compiled from House ] loc. No 73, f face( w a few moments upon before had I peace and mercy. I"

consumer-the duty constituting a touchpart a earthenware, boots and shoes, and other mans Such} is the present condition, of things mil Ofe- 28th Congress 2d :CS5., being a common(. been radiant The _r ,

of the price a* the cost of uiactures of leather, and manufactures of tobacco gon ; and it would be a t fact, worth of con ,id- cation from/ the Secretary of State to Con-1, |: liles: palrofuraw ( ".. .: .-.\ Ia'en. a 1.'r'u"l, .Ju>m:'. .t
the
production obtained in the I eration, to bole the difference of and its of the returns from consuls abroad | c place oi me rose Tile j i ij acknowledged t i ;; ;; ;
"If it be true, that when a duty forty per[ are all following man j I price j gross our j j excite- beneath, at least that p "ceh attainmentsdeclares, ,
of
I cent it imposed by our tariff, the foreign prone -namely : by taking the actual returns ass j extent iu regard) to protected articles, if the I I of foreign prices current, charges, Vc. TheeI! I j> it benwindow where she part i in a cOlmunictiun to the .Academy of Science .
and tariff of 142 shall be extended to that in. consular returns ofiicial and exhibit '' stlot re- at Paris, that codec i it
Il f ducer first deduct the duty from the previouprice above stated for 1840- allowing a corres are on' maitmd motionk-ss. To human an eminently nutritive

on the sale to our merchant it must be 'I pondent increase according to the censu' of;! teresting portion of our common country. I I many protected articles a sacs difference he.twt't'n appeaaid could reach al. A few arict as it contains a large quantity

l equally! true with a duty of one hundredtcr\ 1840.. The duly on al these articles i is taken > is i easy, however, to foretell; that on nearly al 1 the price, foreign and durnestic.t minuttid she must be lost forever. of Jt states that an infusion of cofFee I .

t cent, which is exactly) equal to the previousprice I' from the tariff of 10 I: the equivalent adl.- J i our protected articles, there would be a rise Table K i is cOlpifrom a report of the At thi clasping }her hands she in the proportion of 100 grammes (rather '

and, when deducted, would reduce the I' orem from thu actual payments of duties to the :i the }price, nearly( equal to the duties ; thus es- Committee of Wavs and Means of Congress, accents, ", exclaimfrtrending more tan 3 ounces) to a litre of water, contains

price to nothing. collectors as published in the treasury tablishing by an example in point and by actual being House Doc. No. 300, of the 1st Session |,i timer{, !I'lmediately after, the ):10.1 o grammes of alimentary substance,

"The occasional fall in price of some ar- The imports gross revenue arr repor'l i : results, the enhancement in price, gees: of the 33th Congress, containing; the rate I .Will from her in softer I I being three times a much as would be tho

def after a is no proof that this was the I the same manner ; and so, also, the table of I sinned IJ)SUcl duties. from actual importations under the tariff ofl! Now bcard at the lips tones.of the cast with an infusion of tea in the same pro

effect of tarif ; because, from improved I: the enhancement of prices, measures by the 'j jtna We seen b} the table A that the arti- 1842, of the amount various minimum andspecific crown ng man, extremity in portions. He adds that 'half a litre of coffee ;

diminished prices of the raw .Irate i' of duty, founded precisely upon the samedata II' tics therein enumerated amount in value t to duties, published by Congress, and ofMiddy, ," drs.et forward a fatiguesuit and prepared a above, mixed with the same
machiner of the actual 8331,193,939, a nett revenue of communicated by the committee, ** the "ounlt'd quantity of milk, and properly is
), or oher causes, prices may fall even i af-1 I I as a proportion per centageaveof producing i upon j gazed lent with wild and haggard much "weetenet
addition to the 817,032,239, and taxation i authority of known and merchants more nutritive
: The actual an respectable thal
the aggregate d'Jhlt' (
ter a tariff but they would in such ; imports. I of looks Cy vision before him. -was quantity
cafes '
1 1 fallen much more but for the The tru-1 j price is based upon prices current and sales, x 93,1Oa,7. From this amount of $ ,- and importers in several of the large commercial I but fiit. With one bound I intowhich of soup, (bouillon.) Thus far as to the nutritive

t j est is between taria present priceof and upon the actual difference in price of the 198,837, is to be dt'ducla a'ry small per cities, to which are appended Re"crl 110 throw (he properties| of coffee, but iu clic value,
comparison concentrated
the article at home and abroad ; and foreign and domestic article in our own mar I ccntagn for exports of these protected domestic prices current, and statements. of duties under energy and if such I says the author, consists in its agreeable .
same hope
J ket from the tariff. This is articles. Something is also( lo be deductedr 1 the tariff of 1842 on the same authority.. a unioncan aroma, it stimulating! charactcr.:1. .-
; to the extent that the is lower in the foreign arising founcedupn tie reached a window in the ant
market than price own, the duty, if equalto 1 actual 1 sales, at home and abroad, a com raw material, Arc. There is to be added, There are also annexed important:: tables buildiivu from the Payen enters upon a disquisition a.s
our
I
that difference, must to that extent enhancethe I of the foreign and domestic prices current however, a vast amount in value of other ar- and 1 prices current, in the report: to this department which the Il'c smoke and flames street, from to the qualities ofchicorce, au article so much

ratio with the lower including the charges and transportationof t ides not designated in table .\, because it was of the Chamber of} Commerce of Wf used iu France as a substitute for coflee, or
and in the same made
\ \ price, home I articles, together with numerous invoices m impossible to classify them in the short time Charleston, South Carolina, in November I him belchUttcmpts were to slop as a means of adulterating that article He
The difference in price at or ; Igono. The nod .
duty.abroad U about equal to the difference bated upon actual importation and sales, and within which it is necessary to answer the last, very full extracts from which are appended I intense. In anxiety a interest In- refutes the received opinion of ilie \hoIl or-
generally
.f of the of the Senate and to ascertain the amount marked 1.. Several other moment ness ofchicoree as with coffee
in the cost of production, and presents, i ia in furnished heretofore, by merchants highest cal: prices current made ante Ij'sitll the lads cOIJan.J and
and
of surest measure of'theirice character-whenever any difference was ) upon them. .\ reference, however, and tables arc also annexed marked lip N, graspied the waist states that it is ( : the quantity of

series }'ean the enhancement in presented in comparing these data, the (lowestsum 'o table H, from statement of the (Register ofable O, P, Q. R, S, T. Imminent he agairtdiiappcared. azote found in collie, and I is th 'r<-l;V>w only
of the duty- 1
effect to that difference if the duty be has invariably been taken, RO aR to leave he Treasury for 1' 1:, compared with These facts, tables, and prices current, with windov>coed the appeared at 1 half as nutritive, wln'Uf in !point of flavor and;.

being equal it ifl t in the of the department, the sum at :\, will exhibit} a great variety of additionalirolected 1 tht statistical statements and official returns, story lower one :aroma, thl'n is no comparison to "be formed
than that difference or equal to ; or opinion 1f being elopel by t the
el-
higher articles with the of f furnish, it is believed satisfator: devouring for an instant.
least stated of ) as the amountujn together imports } evidence
the duty lower, then the enhanctment i it as 873.784,403 cmpiit.its 10 be done no l.idiW_ -----
b articles in the ta such articles and the duties that this department is sustained in .
l enumerated estimating I How
the sixteen
{ and if the article is and th entirdy too TRlor.'n' eminent writer
equal to duty; great to risk has
prou.ced Table C is list of additional) of the tax the American
the imposed
A in enhanced prices a upon people at j said that I
here actually paid artices although
more cheaply .u abroad he of he we- MMII
like cotton, jurnpin rapdity lightning grieved at the .
results bathe. into New l ork, second a sum ut least as large as above stated. So
classes. These are the import funillld shortness of life in
the duty is operative. The great argument protected laid due, and t.ok off his coat which general, we art wishing
for the"tariff that, foreign labor !being ted, not upon theory, but upon the fact of: quarter of tlu last year by the collector out the amount of tax when collected even I was n I the sieves. a tight as he every period of it at an t.ll The minor 1
is longs
with the of duties donune for the of the Government .
and similar rate use and
actual difference in of our own expendded lo he of
of price could to
cheaper than our own, the cost foreignproductions togt.tler rtht fog then swung himself! age ; tl'l a man of business
the actual difference the same, always heretofore returned among them for public would then ;
foreign articles taking a purposes th! to arrive at honor
it is said, is lessened to that extent ; from holdig on with his hands, tll'l to retire.
that we, must make up this difference by of price, and of sales adding to the priceof numerated, tt''eral of which, also, are protected be sufficiently grievous ; but the effect/ is far said a to thejady, when she got usurer woult be very well satisfied' In Ila"l Tit all
a to less extent, and would still 1 more: ruinous and oppressive the the
and a corresponding enhancement the foreign article all charges includingfreight a greater or upon great upon hrs, aiuiv ith coolness and annihilated! that lies 'between Ihopn'st'ut
a equivalent duty, exhibit the gales here of further the amount jody of the people who this vast sum, 3 .
pa
to
&c. lot and the
of in own market, both of the so a swcl } presencwhich t>uld have done cre. mnlt'nt next (quarter tliu
our added table marked) D, of domestic i into the to Government ;
Jut treasury nor
such articles as if there were n } nor I politician would be
article and of its rival domestic productthus foreign : tit to u blippc down to his I legs content lo lose three
foreign the tax on all c6n- Such are the facts ; but the theory is ad'anctd I, products, from Tucker's Progress of the for public purposes but to the protected classes sccoat, bjwhich rnean sTiecame of his lif could he place things in years It
rendering duty a the domestic competition created by United States, compiled from the census of In enhanced prices of their products. that thestill tlC posture
classbased that by w; of when) she Culcit.s
sumers, for the benefit of the protected of annualproducts 1 In assuming in table A, $!) JI;' the c thground occupy r such a
11 high duties, the prices of our own artices are 1840- presenting an aggregate f'RUI 0,8j7 as let go aught o arms of several oftiml', and the lover would bo glad
ultimately brought down to that of foreignproduced. for that year 81,003,134,730.: Ofthis total tax from gross revenue and enhanced spectatu hero ohis little to strike out all the moments of .
eLITe estimate of fifty-four millions was be ,, amount there is 8239,630,221: : lor manufactures prices, no estimate has been ruado of the additional romancewas arc to before existence that ;
article thenst
tho
can imment pass
Now away next
no danger
,
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prmanently haijT-
very imperfect returns of protected: ar- there ( tax three meeting.
o length; nearly all of which protected ; imposed upon fourths of >
titles in the censes of 1840, and tbererorl this so as to be sold in any countr any the American ing at af some testy f.l from the ItEm A
of time below the actal cost of the production is 842,358,701 t for mining, nearly all protect people, constituting the unprotected ground his hils, flames TS.corre"pondt'ut| tube Alba
sum was given as a minimum, and as a there is for the forest class, who raise three fourths of times tlC Cultivator
i If ed the
no such article in that county}'. Thus, ; 810,833,000 a already them. gives following for
of seemed remedy
full and complete statement of the actual 1 am the small of which is : i idC11,99tOUB annual products, by the diminished of ]tnth to preventing the of
take the case of sugar produced frm < )portion protected ; tLert price bo incvlc rclaJ hold and fell ravaghs red ants, which are j.j.I
ount. we plant, the cost of producing } for the fisheries a small portionof their productions frm the prohibition or restriction the is troublesome insects when domesticated>
which is a tropical to pfifeless Irue, but more :
In of the call of the thisle cane, "
pursuance Snate, in climate where there IS at l leas which is protected ; $6:1:187,597: for agriculture t.cir exchanges in foreign mar from thee fall threal injury. Doth He made a thick mark with chalk about

department has proceeded to tax it a and frost, situate nearly seven; d e- a veryIIW1161dCfablC portion of kets. The truth is, that the enhancement inS were ca c house Miss St. Pierre's an inch wide around the article or vessel to lie ,"

paid on each of the protected article, as far some winter the tropic, the Kith e which (including sugar, wool, hemp, &c.) i price, of the protected articles, is about equal mother, ew houw ere almost protected from the nuts, at any convenient :

u this information could be obtained in I theabort grew north of that .eaon duty, howevehijjh also protected,and 879,721,080 for commt'rce.I to the diminished price of the unprotectctl.nTcalb .- vercd. the ii reco- distance from tho bottom of ih vessel, he
forbid any es romance to this
period within which it was necessary to laws of nature however,great I, cane is clear, from a reference to these (tables, may bo transferred, but not created incident Warn" of the found they would not attempt to (pass over alt it.

robmit this or any competition, to cost t at least 270,000 000 of the above pri o. }by It is labor only that creates had, sombeforevn loved story I watched their motions for some time. TLey
of and been
(Te tble repr. .A, hereto annexed, con bring down the cost production tropical cli i products are protected leaving nearly 800 all wealth ; and the operation of tho tariff accepteo/, it is I U by the rich and crawled as busily as ever up as l far as the

a statement of most of the princple artides of producing the same the acquisition ofLuiiana I 000,000 of the amount (chiefly agricultureproducts adds nothing to the aggregate wealth of tho beaulifui'ierre.rhe attachment, it chalk, where they seemed to get very much
protected by the of Thus ever since has been ofcountry, because it dos not increase labor.- excited, but ono of them lo
) no atlemjited
trf 1802. mae; been subjected to a dun unprotected. ( is said, viand isjutual, but owingto
p
It will b perceived, upon these arice l sugar has and for ; high ten clearly proved, that under the CCUSUI; of' I only transfers its profits from one class to the da) (orl Mr. St. I'jnn' o er. I have tried the above remedy" for OYlf
many month without
.ale, the ta paid by the people of nearly equal, years n a single 'ii'lrc.





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0 .1. & f'/r-n the Xttttinrl.IIOUUinLK !,.ri.ii 'ie not accustom-il to the e hni it** eil tt.i -ijii Lii1)1AN.( ) ) th i-t is Lurken oil a *'i,>ertitn>us idli! icnceto! a:itiquatid I in. hinKlon, tlif i-1t'i' Jnn. 1I 1- !t'i.Julia t oiintns, to e1 arfj r a vr-tlatd-1 > I M. the. ( Ti ii *

MURDER IN J \l'K<0\ CorMAIIINM \ VI a .o-i'-t, :IM tlioioiore s I'lr in h *altier\ vuws.anel ristexl thi rouf i al.-i Inland reduced I ii. i u lt>-U id a t.i-It t line r-ct to I'remen *'n
I .' 2rth July, l lii.Tn |, M'eie'h.) \tri Criu ceiukl e'a.il} be taksth ; "v.1i.rhIUhi.tY. V \ I.O > I- ti lrattiei- the enl-'btened v ? vv w l.tch ch i- Jun.I I n, l t'5__!lit,id a -i'ire I tine a-id erd rid to Tcb.cco Planter of ( attlen.

j t Iw i e>i three tho'isind 11111, whe' *oilaI'ui.1 p. ioted in, lonmbim! I'Ir 'he use of t t tie v n itiIhelmtidSt Iuurs, $5r.
llif JJJi'or the rioriiln Sentinel racteii/- the spirit of our ._ Uli.ui. flit re- the .
4 of : t sol \tairlra! ant! !:ir Mjjestv JOHN! P DlL
enh 1'nlh! south ut f it. At piCMi.t 1HU8.FI.UMS .
r or AUGUST' H.
*elh< u.l I liberal piincipte Will Kmcd. f : joieelo l progressi lh Unitid i > I
O ir county hi Itoen the theatro eifa el M !1 1f ] the i k doMMteel.lltcelle'.t I (iuf-n.f
I \ city nearly who.l.lun d.-inole for I the tutnre
"TIII not even winpir'im*, specially ile & I Ireland. dt-eauuiut;; it ta ,
I)f \ioence! not inferior in atrocity to am ix-i-i health pievails tlr'tzlioL' \\f 01 : ri.ouimN. welfare of both e-onr'rus, tTat the state of d.!'ii'it i the florn.'ian. *
to IK bnlK-el by jjilf-intirt'st, vie-11 uai, their hopi le*
1)'tI'.ttd liy A\.int or IWcrs. Oa cit e fir sejm.von. the frigate Kaiitan :ioie cxtejdfd, and! uncertainty which ha* Intt-ertu prevailed re- Kurnel b bly :-I'm a plane uwn and ai'I
inovtvetrtliy citi/cn' ''i r. IDW\nt> C. 1'irrMVN TilE ruoi i' t .N publn'ieel every Sdtmhy. atrilUr.i' raine, aiJ open their hearts tn a lusiag aptureciat ion ovcre"iu'nlv id vcr.iiie.it ol the tennator I bock acid I zvntucb
III) lKl.4j which teasel the s-riir***} prc\aiist : DOM. Ul> ir unum 111% .triably in aJ- $pectin a g itollege, as cit ny living by Lard
was tn-irJonvl en list S'ineJiy r\enini5. Hi j :V within iiwntlw if the truths of taneitr.i political silence Oil the N< rth \\c-t Coisl olm nea, Iv n z v.t-st- work and am t had much tune to ei.d m lanune
rraitrtit. 11KI.1I: il pti'l m
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The arcoutit of his eVath reached Maria-ma 'Hi'* I'rincf'.em sail* on Mondav fir YeraPniz. I ,e-'mee,f the,titi.c'if .1 *-I'Mrib.nh'or iOtlH DOl.I.MiX iJ It isiis less to attempt to stem the current e>f civ i- tsar oh tie ltock orStotiV M .'intains, should! bI.tluruhts .-_ to r-d arid rife, I h< ,w you stilt e.usmy bad SL !

I. ami of e"tiztis t'lTeitlijr. Fittr will he tarni.heel l ttur li/ation As well might tnenexpe-ct to top the njllv terminated bv an amicabl.* compromise of j inc and riling, specially *t rnvn is bad too
on yeteri1ay ropiw
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our paid h
morning ud
inuij mutu illy x crltd b> the two pailu over s Now K'urne I 1.1 want You to tell me and
riN IH'l.L Ul*. .\.lvirM 111it* irnertul it tin v.ili bill if the eice-in-as well that br*>.
s : w e-x-jj-ct
iminedMtcly repaired In tin* gccno e : :: ad- territory hav.; ncieetui l h narn'd rieni| .tenti ncto j tier farmers wht.l we are to "'aite; \b} TI tjn/or
*iach1.tio:1.: : 3 He \vas Uillfil in )his own ho'isra' 1. v U IIJ; :T nil''. MOltMi'V! t SM". usiitl rat i. A tilt ril eliotmt iiud-< jearlv tho treble IM xvor 4,1tn.tn can arrest the e\ictiticn olG I rest .utd a. ree rorcennns the terms rl such s tfbmt.it i ka-.d:date for Kongn at the n-xtiUktiun. a I v rj.
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.S ;! alnut 8. o'clock, P. :M. The instrc'ii t I The II LdicL (Illinn! ) i: sl!'' hilt I (MimT. \< rti- rDr.vtM- dhi h J urpi aM on behalf eif the h-iinan racen. -.- that is to siv the 1'resident of the Lnifeil' ke lle-ct the big f.r< tuned iutadtat the fm'e je WI

I f 31 S. IiillI. .. will! flv The f truth States ol \merici his on his part fiunishe.1 withlull witit'-d! to e-b kt Gine-ral Ham-ton Ires.d>*ert Tf?
sed was u fhe/t f uii er tnu kt, and Cniie! th.* arrival there iii r. u \ ri NIJ1N.IIUN.i currei t on light e> tjri'l- Kmhanin. Vcrttirj of Siiteoltheliuttd who
James | wig hyfiers went bout the
inMant death. 1'roin tlie position of the l Inv! i tMMhhi. -lni tit thfi'" t iiistarlt! VlIli I 4! IhcI Ii ally wide-n* its -.pher. and will go on xvnb nin; it, powers Maliami lit-r I.aj-st f\the (J'aa n of I fI all bout-peee(the jfo.d! Mltuiat( anal tilsir dashes country, anej told jlW t>s

nnd the tni-ks ed" li'owl anJ iut on the \\ tilof I i M.HIIXMIS at Cuunril IJlini"n tinJiiii ult., roil roMiunss, till all the nati< ns ef the euth1.all !ts hieed with the t;-uted Kinjfd-! ol Cnat lint,im aid Irrlirn!, | if wo eiiily volid to turn ii.t.terjn Bunni! iut ,'t'tofhs

the house, i it scorn that ho was (eae'.l in> :mil mi !ii- rHit fYlS.l 1110 i'i > 'fitg (I II 1- its inllucnce. Nation are te> tao (-oltIrilleit 1 b. the bison her part ipi! int ltbe Uijrhl I Honorable Un hard w. sin uld ah have ph.ntv > | ruauu.t hi-if ard 2

a chair, icciininx I'tuk: with Iii > li-a I aiinntI ; I liii 'ii it. t-Liixraiif. I If'I sls: tial! tuit' : dnauev !- AVILIJAM\ A. KAIK -ar efiliil! sentiment 11 |ov--nne t >wird* mother that Paktrdum, a in*tuber! ot I hit Maietymr* t honot : ars a div VVJCM V\dl. Cir.rral llarn-e.a w ,
I I able Privy ( iIhancaI. and her Mistj| Knvov I'.xIraordmiry'and elekted. awl I shot.bl! like lii knew low!

he wall when he \\ as kill' *'d. I Iltj-Jit: |*n J.. '',.tiIlfl ( llie! hrs 'ni.' with! whe.tnil i l 5? ; i.I ( )! sheiiild mark the mferceiurs rf man \\ith inin The I ul i'aa'tr I'b-nip ti nliary of the I I'ui- beef vv' fanr.er* fioehael -iiur and a* to nmt'u-h the .roj.dcli.a .

hqt io
1 neck. The rlnir tell f m\.ird. hut it ap.jtoared i wagon- :.nd were e eimj>"d en llio east |liiik: j *> ; .li >. I-: \ M'. !ft.tr', : uill! | ruct? i-itl flap- the lore-n.ost to ni "gniean.l act IIJM-I* those prin-i- thir respective f till 1W15t.t4, forme m S''< >d t. nat, glad t a, ;,!jt J dlar5; a \* .-e-k anrt pUnt e>f la.

that lis I Indv! liran-'l liu\ '.li-i.iit! rir.. 1-1 till in-uliw! >rlioo : \vas l.In.i iit tho it On to.iturrs'w, it 11 1 oM-i k, _\. MIleis. !1. s of n.it ion:il eot-dncl w hit *> < n.-st t

lecl resituij; 0:1 the lloor, K'J tint it .!HJ not .'..iliIrotu J th, < Viiiff! IHiilTi. TJie woi ,. ,Mn[>!(no.J in ih J -i-ira-at cf nMtmmation Free trade, nodi'ied to following articles ARtiCLE IIVt I- I they hum -ihiln-tr a-tVJ a-* law as Ibev f<> raij tail it.but\\ril Tnf; I,Uk.tc 41 d men-Tin iL

tlic cLair hut no fijn I it m-arlv e-. if.- ( e-i fn-tioi! el" boillor: lljjmrpo' e ed' \\illlata 11. Ilrtirkciarour met-I the ieoS5tties iif government, hr.t without re- .in th") point a. the. t Hh pirtlb! rf north l ti-, ibi! trv me iirn id both at ham ala! breiMl |(K)see. jtau

the hea 1 Jmiii fallen! copvIdi-MJiH! J.nwir'; 1 er'!",; liie ritr.I U'e lav Iitte tinpiib.te' tli- l .H--wii lettur lr' m gird to any special interests, is a- moth the natural mite, w !here the !bonndarv laid! (!ownm the existing- their inriirriinmetit u-f huu. e"t.strjr turneut tu bt

C'IIf had eneinpt-d lrmo.raii' this Kt-title im i with x -rv zr-at plea-mre Out oj ;ioiieuts fri alit-s a-ul conventions b tween Creat Britain md I >l han hT vvhirh the-v take i f vtlnf I
and to the riht idi*. >''\t.n shot! won* t .'i l Tin* -( comjuii; } ; 1 livv of ii atiouM, as social inta'rrotlre, tinrestraincil lrcoj \- a | hart Ktf hs ms

In lljeall tiar here his head in t-I .'.*.*<. sMtioii Ni,. -, wl lieh: ha b'-en chtis.it'uid will ate hv it, tint iI&irttstat1i* for Inn at -t bv the law eif ele-cencv aid ireliv tdmrefer! the 1'nittd States ti muiat> s, the line of lx>u:>dirvbitwee.i 1 hum niihufrv.! ace! trite it to inrerris> the hcrri irreliHtry -
anal I
the t. rnton( if lit r rrifji.ni' Mijt-tv of a le f e.1 tellers at the Ni,rth who km
rented. The ninrdcrer finvl tlirctgi! th! v in- Mount I'i'g-i'i. They ria-vred! ab nifi'ir'0 Ins r.-ji-, a* thei! term it, hv the ( un
I low, and at a \ *rhoit elistince! a; tb *! t ih i-saud strong, and weniccruiting wa* mcalletl tor lie (t-e14! ieko)1ointmeteu3zii! | le nrnn 2 that s-Mcb is the fact The ,!ir.aocratic alvng the .!"*!b pinlb 1 of north lititude to the | lien, vvl hale jr\f ariel t.iy ot'! l vreiiMn hate to nude> car-tw

Mere l but 5i4.itlycutlered.!. S 4) iatrn.iucnus tlie-ir ca'il f1'ln r4torv to a fresh stt,t. A plains of iio ei *. ial n ron:, tint rather ri.jim it that! party of this countrv has altvay* urged it a. a rule of middle of the t him. 1 nhi b separates the continent[ i me. tin mi IheolJ nwre :\s ShOts as te .cqr\ f, ,Jn(]

was )hiseleath that, when! wearrr.of! at i thud ce':n.Mtiy liii I hilled for a ciiiihtr p,irj j In1m been re.1 e-tetl from a '>ttv. 114s1a3 of! the anstroeratic and muinetl intl'i- from Sa0'ohlsers I-! mJ, ai.d tlu..iwistuhucrts! thin I ont what they had eHin, they tart d em fit ,f off s
Hut
I lcillatiuin. bv ,
Fuca's traits
the ibid lie oft the! -ai I r'wnnel.andof | arvl FlaW when th' d-moersts want tn
the new iar j .s<- at er e:its dot-Mies c \- |ri-a Law to
the5wetip on the next tlay. |fi e> :, oj CItai'I3 it has been prevented (rem effecting; its n&Medeigns. to the PKI'IC Ocein pr. vided, b,>wt.er, that the i I itarunruze nay hum imiu lrv ** well M their t it
*,
which he had Ix-en leadinj,' WTIS i-tiil m" his ( < Iran! Iliv-r, when* ih.*\ 1m e ;pit in about 1 |HCf<*I nil littl! II 'Jiei:le-uf, and i i-'i' h elistraetmn in Now the iipctl| j4 t>roi.e-n A moderate ta- nivij lion of the ,aai't I rhmntl and straits, south of r huller sat, O, the C' urvtrvNom to be n:injf<--l a-v

hand lie IiaI I :ii white person in his Jt I'M) .u-i.*> ol corn for the bone it of the ptei.i | the ktii.-rrtlic viki, bv :Mr C., i will bo mi-nth:.t'hevills nfl ha* tart'.ini.a the I.itv of the-1 I ind. He-stnction e,l the .l1th parallel of nt rth htifuJe, remain free andopen that.. 'iirredt!.-rnex-raN an dttrrrn;red! to roan u, aI:I ,

;lyv anti l! rro wi' n' t' II *'-e lie.ij (i> witiliini i pi in g -ta.i1.: I Iot\veon! (Jardon; rote and i rea h i.'i e* i. irful :tc.jiiie-wence to the li/in_ ili t has been to both parties. I and ..iinntfoh'c are .ahffiJic| [ eutf li> l haclieve{ nrn. Sis
trade favor c reuJiateel -
to ipit
.
in nopi ,'
I fIt a fl'fl, ) lw> a!! ....: t ii jeais (''f .1 lli Mivis-ipj'i i >\ i, Mr. Clnii.lrtrLuu ci.ii'i'toel seI. Ctiohi iiud. bv tl'B t o-tAettti.'n, and oxheirt all \rrii LF f f north I I kin tell (Pii-e folk that I ain't the oMe-st chap mniv
: and only that re-trietioli whi h is ne-ces- Tr m the )point it wh.i I h I he Pith parallel i Sitthiftit.t bv a lull, brad vert I've

nho! was a !lerp when ihiri wa lia-; f. 0' cr 1 IMO) w :igon en ru'It., I ii j' in the tf.cxldttnocra:* t f ..rit wf/and MHW at thi important <.irto proel-iee revenue is anv I laai.-r to b. alb;vve l. Iititndeshill I h.* f<. iml tointirserttl.crest northern I ei unfrv ruineteei I t 11 he t.tnzuet jug lv heap o'liines t sets V.hv tt.eI

I His I jje--i<*-s iinnieeiiitoU ritried: the ac .2llt :iuin bodies in a imfr*. vva rninM w lion .iteral Jark-v n eit -

of his tJ Mtj! la In- near nei hW and i lit-n-J. i The whole- number ()teams attiIieJ to the eate Lrt all pond thw subject, and show to the is We sud branch shall b*. free and of-en to the Hulm's( < elheHank! bill, and Tvl.cn he removed the Dt-

Mr. %''erriil. who prlk was elect e In th it to slant with the tin where the Mini brinch
( urnlt rstanel v. it is they mina o saran to point seas ruinM and \vheti Tr\as anxed
luiital: the frienJ of Ins IOMHII whutii h !ndeen seen In.iidr! and it is ( .timitcei that each It mil be seen, tiwu, tint ho ww *itlccre % lieu In meets the mnn stream of the Fai'amtaia! and thence I iaguri as it wj*
ont from their m ds the tni'hs evf p'lliunl econofjiv M> teitotallv rnmatetl! thatalt .ubln"t ,ive it j- \
I'M three hour*. Inline, full e,i'Laltii I ,u : team wila'rag! .* at lea -l three h'rsons, and : CIliMiS4d| the h ifc atat I e iriM>th d.-iir.-ui! that the We cannot -* -c-whv they insist UMai: incor-e>- down the uuaial main treirn to the ocean, witn free i now it- to be rmn'el asm shoulel the d.l mr rraN a jI

Loj-e( % a c qe Tn'! coroner of the c imufi1 jH-ihnps li ur. The whole nmn'i' of .souls eI.OhTl4 i and ntne-* 4>if.trv -rovr of the elr inm-r ie* aeries into and thronsh the sail river rr ritrrs, it I -i hw' to rasp re-viniie b* a Faril tmill that willnit!!
ritins in the pohrv of ivcrnuitnt tho di! rtrirnse UIM un-ltrstood that all the im.ial
: slung
mtt t>vtr the L.KJ! Imt n :!HIIOtta in : portages /i.akc the South hum industry | aj yearly! tax to the
an mtjj> > now on !the r< al I tmbu M-t eloaii round partv shiHild be ll t-11h1.-d. nnvjp<| and pa*-
p e e-v IUSKMI awl privilo, whie-h even the inonin h- ] the I line a thtis, discril! sual; I in h like 1 manner l>e Ine Ninth hum mdu-try ira tie luj.f if high
ilictevl: wliich cemleJ! lead In eie-u :t six. turn'ri at uiiei.it tue-lxe thou iid.! IVomtuo l Ii Ionhii l ui-i"itet l tro that hoh. I r-ra.cs cathine
own naiw- -
on f. and In navigating the viid river f>r rivers,
irced u.pon. route fhar Now I said before
11 al j.-iterautuunts of Iurts. are bfer-roin-j c rtv as Kurnel, I
|4rien (*f th<* person who had jK-rpctiaU
linol iI .*v L None tLiiik that it wa d j.t. :\. in tatioiis! elireclioin. '>! my lnoVfi ..*uI% iM4 with j zeal which MO i'd have known imI should be ibvul me-d. It can only be accounted tor by be treated on the same footing ritiz .r>se t (the I'ni- bv votin to s-ord! a wig to Konirri-'s. Are we ta it

Ill hi< is %gr nhirh wealth and <-rhi< prieliand! nothing in thui* anticte shall be coitrued as* rej ami tobarkcr and ti the l est market
i p-.p corn anti
.! were cl'! dient faithful! and niiiehatlached promise > > *, buy
\i and Mi river-i.'her' 1'ixc ejiperRel
sjppi otin it woul I haxe been
> vie.: rw< n-as we anin j venting or intendinz! ti -veif, the zovernmeat of
pn I kahrr rand irron and and
I I lluriti it is naturil tint th<>-> vvh i da'rivi- unfit onr hagir.g tripe and other
? to him. lie was on the hot termoitli tn puts uuknoun : aii.l l tJ-out ci !lithii.id.e wo;i-under the lead DI tin tak-iitrd Hr
ah li1 uej hlh)!> and aceua'titai'] '.' .- or Ie-ss i'l! n-mtm in Illip!' i<. This I' ur tirt < !hiiici : hit .M the parl> af the -i'd nicer or rivers, are we to cit e>eir land cheaper from Uncle Sam am-

II was no t believed thit; !.c had antn 'im in COIIJJIM( t'i' e-ntir* Mormon pi>|piLtti.lI> tint thinghut it IKI I.. :Ic -t a EilTtetnuh, fn-h frm Thc> '| olapre-aiti- ,-ut-h laws mav IH upon the. country at.i not ineousi-ttnt with lie tart teaut. titaty.Aiirici. I' for they have bef-n rfere l far sail a -rtin time' Ur

the world. It was Known that he htln I tkail Liar e, should insist upon preserving them. With t .*: 't air we to cit a ctxel kurrenry 3 Or, in short meter,
> In
((1 M'tiihe-d I Hancock I their
;'T14. m rotuj. .
| to'nmr -it(irtlbtnr the 'min south
>t < < : in rim- In the future itins nf the territory
i ; have f
appropn to
i arc we a tate e> things all
I thisd-K-rminati, a rlj,s *** '-.sini? weallb awl intelim'ico 1 f rfteprre.U' ocr
any dilLrdity o: ti.isumloriM.iiiJiii wtii i -,.I hi.ida>, > tha.v ibab'y! iiiimberrJ? between -aign, we. a-, ery <1< in >orat who lit-l and ch.r.i.itleS pi i j of the t:Hb parallel i-f f mrth latitude, as provided inthehNt I the rcmr'r. and ne>f allow a few Northern manwfictprer -

any pers m in thi cJunly. Ni> one li.m j'i irrelled liit'en au ?% Itt: ?. efl lhf| tl pi ii&: i1'i. <>f Jc tit r-wn arid Ja -k.on s'lonl! I will always have in their midst politic t at t acli- it thi- tr.aty.tbe jwH-essory ruhtsot -* tole nlate all the money into their own pexrk-

with or thicatened him. The tnurU! and able iiip Mirti:rs, said their indmnreis crratlv to the linden's! Ray ( -mpa-iv and of all HntisJisuhjectsvvho et* Now Kurnel ii', that, it
i- uhot.i :114* now scatt.*re* I IIJMHI; U' praiiie-s, d<>, u.it only he* rftillv artjtuesc,hut mil labcr with of j my efpinioT! we send
bealreadv! the
-rurniihed( no trace as Known !, winch b" fe-are-el. ciaj in occupation a vvi" to Konuri, we s'' an't jtt say < f these things,
jet o tNilltId tor the- Pacific: hie of the .Vm-rican I
j 11 tii i> 14r tii.il! ,il>iiity MT }M,*M *< ti cc< uro the i land or other property lawfulv! arrjiiired within the but the tint I
versv as s.j'ure a-as think the
This has been th state of thin4 with viry
can lead tu his detection. The matter is i.i.olved -4 regard to
eotjalzst.Ur. ..uee..4 <>l the IK r.iin.-f ot the t'ontentto'iV"e n 1 U! -iid territory, shall IK n.sp.rt.-iP. I *>pt wav f..r its all to JM n not to trot *em, hot vote
% in tav.terv, f!he sol-nion of which. !II li.I'ub.--.in tint toMs III. tariff policy e.f this countrv. The e-fiorts( of a .tttimCi.E I. '
: re-porU f 1.reVib'i'dy the for deuirnorratik men, and s'iprrt derrmocratik
tdl h, thit tin- mtrtiii.rruity i i n part <>f Mr I!.. | mea-
am frarf, will "t Lc readily futind. Th.-! : I'-u.ng, >tir nite-d Stale niistatx olfi.CMS low int. n ste-ei indiv .Jxil hate me lined us too mitch j i The (sins, land-, aid fiber pi trty of every description J nrcs. sail bv that mans reskew oureU and chii.t .
ti.u'i it M no uri- th,tii w< e5ie< lid fr.'tn cur 1.1tiria'f j 'he) list's Sound Agrtf-nlfn-
taoIimiiri. II I
..4.Actuel to rcsrii-ti'in. Our 'ate have takei the dren (noVa I be *'f triOnitOpOliatis. SOd
i camp knowle*!.:* ol ih.- Him i ", will rai-v bun lua1', i rat ompany; laO the north ut- ut the rolnmhta river t froci the dt/minatium of blue lite f.diralWIgPtV
:,rt to di.laer the) inunl and th. 1 l-itol elamors s*, fay the coitpUint et rourfry
< ier, ; t thejnmyproc 'r th** p'irpr* eif e-nli'-ti'ig fix Ln11 red \lor- .m.l t 'ill huh T, in the at'.-r!i .ns u4 th" pattv Ids i| "hall beern'irim I tolhe *- id Onpanv. Incase, .

:-uccc>s ul, is to Lo )ln.j-jd l I.- e\e \ trains fir tha'- Suiti IV caiijpiijti. Th *v ire the nh b- country, anal, though against reasrjn and howivir, the "situation > 1 lhr e tirn arid lands I Y iiilT4, Kurnel, to cousnind,
I hiint'u! cen r-m i! votion hi |utitNi.li., and the com- ,
frienJ of jike an I frtKNl 'i t ler-el bv the Unit >! States to be ( fpnblie I SAM.I .
| .- fnt'tion of the whrlo-ale slanders d I It _
pit attrnipti and uluil thc nited Stales -
: > credit of tin cou.'n, I hope that c ..i.dii IW %xi'ch! place: Ibex itn noeliatcli! I't ewit. It the Units of pmil'ire till it is hard to resist them. political in portaix e. I frem the .V.: O. Pica'june2StA: July
;
<> !hi hei.H- nuin, him, will mark him as a fit re- I ;ist-nua--mit SIlO alit *i. .nfv jdisir.* t > Ltun pos-e-

{Munshtiient ma} l-c tinted upo.j (he fn'' n. xx-! siij.ji ,.e-d hat thf lorn* x\(*(II :* enrolled <-. >i< Iit of th A jrftc*f kitH'ii in the |"er of the d> I Th.v hav. been blinded anti led through a rr/e, ion aifihe wh"lo or of any part thereof, the proper- I Ltit'r fro tn |he A nil jr.CAMARGO .

; iM4 1fl. Thi* tn irder ha* alTi-cIed our ci'ziusuilh without ie-\! Ift-ei, IIxill llir-it't-C-t.! : Keiriicy and now it is JiuV-iIt retrace their ateja. The tv_ au > rI-Ihamirt-at| hall t b traistu t rretl to the aid Go'- : TXKKVj .
inrr\ will yet m amII. I
a tar greater feeling of in ecuiiy t.anam with: a rognn.*sil e f xx.-ll di! c'itiod! vdli'"s i pres nt Congre'.s, tho'ttm, aiiltrtfM-k thae work of rntnent at a proper \aluati. to be agreed upon between j The steamship Fashion, Capf Fnllerton. arrived
ll'r Hunt that tie r demorra .< .
in. < numc <
I of ibejs" !lay whicu tho county !h.i*. l..%en who uro arlL.' !'v pn-parod txnioii.M placing the government1 in liu ri. ht |pat! anel thov the parties. j late last evening fr..m Hrazr Santiago \\ehara
l"lid! will .i> <- and Ii 1 ] to .. ARTKII-:
nj mpltrxiitw *
t djcra-t.I.j No ciio Kncv a wli.ie t'.e- n -s1 : Chvn'--rlain! repre-sPiiTs 'b health ofth have .iicceediil. "I he deafening chamois of overI I The e'if Treats s1aI! b. rati'ieil bv the Prudent nut received eur bitt-ms by th.s arrival, but we learn
him huh 'ta'in the idiritl pre ..
crop* some in j nilr verbally that thenis a general n vtcent-.1 thetroops
blow mi} fall: each rr.an miy well ti.ink that ir.v1itig! lornmns sts i9tL coasidorlng grown tartorie-s have not been aMa to frighten the cf the United 'sratt-sbv and with the advice stat
go the Piu (;rande l'n. Tavl still !
di It nut Kder> iitm> lit" ot the ( erijnrnt He "P r wa a
I L is own fate may soon l lie like that *> p eir 1 th<% P .poMir touhich they h:.ve b'-en eul ] represintatixe of t'ie! pc'>plo (ri rn their daty They msent ot the Senate thereof, and by her HntanmcMijety Matame rrs, but was c-rdmg forward the recro.fs: asa
would! adorn the rnot ertat'! d position. anJ ratifil-atiris shi'l' exchanreelit
: 1'itlnun. V J'-Mrc fir tLoir ov. u s tin1*, if !('Cte(!. Tban* riming en avijil! lndin have given us freedom (fri ci the ini'iuitous ]hiw cf the r/e I fast his means ot tran-p*.rtation weuld permit b.o
London! the of months from the
af e\pir-'t'on siv
t not a feeling of respect l fr the violate.! LAS the h the IIJanul l !have l that the farmer to clo .so
i4 ji-' with ,otlrrs ro-ti'rj:, procl ume anil plan- : !
9 pros \7% ni t .TOI, JH!} J";th, l-4 i.T dife hereof, or sootmen it pniu.uaie. Advices had arrived of the taking cf the twr of

of the country: tl.ould iiiducs every) man to wit'i' "3H'ai the-y uiiugle e>n tli twit liictidlxtenu &e njtttft of.1c rtwr ittn : ten and merchant are no longer to be subjectedto theartiotn In witiie- whereef, the na-.iaictire rienipofntianes I famarzo. *sx companies ef the Tih Rgin.ert entered

.t contribute 1Iiig in hi* t.i p'a *jal of Diatiufaet have signed the sain- aini have dtHxetl thereto
every
power -. ZJI..tt *VIB :-.t I have jts4 een in nur paper the e \ tire rs i that place a day rr two before the Fashion

i the disposal of th! ise laws, the perpli to. nomilt.ttiohic4 ti.il wh'/V' iul.-dderarxrjt, %WILLIAM Of ce>ure this act ol theirs bas given rise to nost I the --als ot their arms 1 I sjjle-d, w ithout firing a gun The.' companies were

I of this nmt fuul rtirtcr.' It i It tin)". to. th M'lAlN r.V .\<.( .\ KINO| Kranklui, as our ramJidate fur the House doleful preelictie AVhi are already Done at Uahin tm, tire f.tteenth elav bimretl of June an.l, in under the command of tar>t. \\ biting and others.-
newspapers; thai- veir rf our Lord one thousand ei'Lt
eltwiM I It ill '. th C.niri' I infritulle and the Kin When the L" S. troop arrived i* Camargo. CamitSal -
: re'liotf. i > -
Me SS> K.mrlhiii-j to I i ti I'v yin '
% t li itt. alte-a \\ nicntieiiio I tl Jealh of this J -rving ruin'! rum What infatuate n u-tt g' vtrn I i.ittyaix..
th ot the Juan
resnl md the unaniniitx ws on op7w.itc stale St rarer.
the which rrifon the happv % w th
under it
from .
hat.iii
stigma icit- !<>i :jianl!! b rt unforiunato; oflic'r.j.. -ii he which it w..4 eff rfe-1 He i" a rr n iijion w-h m w.-, the minds ol nun as lia nillttlk thus liinn. t.. j jwhoti J\l- Rrtil.NN. lie wtreasuah the entrance r.f the troops into the
Bi-iu-red o'hrr hkc t.i.! nil! IIAKJi PVKIAHAMGeorse
acts to '- 'i- .n3's2rltc I at !Point Isibol for ti' vut-, allhi! i all r vi feirli !Iy a'ld sitth ralh It is (tje more : Harethe-v not seen whiat Ha** of men it t >
iic-d. .Mr. I'ltiui ti'camu to tii! > coui.t tr, m tratif\lii: In IIK a> it d.>. s lu.l jiiitite to the \Ve t, I Gen Tas Lot hail received report Item recocni
i'1 t'-ared th tt L- \xe uil! bf lor life- a b--Ip'ts' x-io. ( ; > is wh'i alone can he afTe-cte-el by it' Hav they rend I 31. Dallas.nofher .
the State of Xorth! (*are liua, te>ine ei Iiteir a id is a hin.k..iz.-! tim: it the hue \ut tit rjiik.- I vance parta.-s. J ho net.rfetlonly three hundred treeps
nine ears !fli! ]left U-liiuJa fur a.eJpotK I tilii of his tfirihlevermd, \rt I." '\a i.gartedt. ]tin af the la-t 1 -ti..n. who it is that letves his bu-.ui.-.s and In me, and hoI I .\ example has been eiven us of the neressi- at Morf. rev The ceneral irr.preiun in the army
} ago. .
eutcent! ; b'it his e and Circle of
s iiam, large- warm Jinl i -oyae ci'i-od: a rolipso, fromlni'h J Le iii'vj i tail of the frlecediui-< ol the Coniention, than h h\ mteret" The farmer will w f h.- injured, for bisbtirth President. Time u ualh quiet can-er e.f one w ho fills Amerie an force this side of that citv No preparations -

. 1 demoted fiien 1-. Jfis I conduct here Ins heeii j .* re-covonel. V.'he-n Lit board 'th short biiuiniiiv <>l \.fii pajtcr I take it for far an attack of the town were made.
r xxo t-axv ejn -n* will tie hilii-niil bv it Is this cla s of; this odin the little ice. sion whieh his duties give
such as to attach to him in the trong >' iii tti. '. 'tyrant d all w t-. harm 'i> in th ei.d b\ the una'iua-: The aWnce of cvrry thi--g that indicated resistance -
the .Ii-'j'iiii i, on 'I'lH'sda* tlj 7''i! inst., lie our citi/.'ns s-o *>*nall that its interests shall be kept fin notice, and the fact of hit net being
the If tue bad belief
conspicuous ( led the
tier, al! those to whom) !L. wf.s in am iLtkT3ol1. I o'i-i % tie fur Kun If, )hi: |i iihilitv, anfeiluij..- ot I on part eneim to
wt-5 ej iit* ht-i1h.! Hoxas M lim:>ins of ]irritation sr.ci- in th. | ru.griSM of wt nanv btI! <>tsam snbrt lent to the* scherv *e if mnvfacturrrs Who' in a position to do much active service, render the I in the army that the wir was at an end Them-

lie wa'a warm f fiiend, and inuu--! j 1 I a silve-r tub -, and expri-s'wd IlIb ttihieS on ashtte. >n the In i !ts ot Mriii! e and Jildje Hr.>IIH.M, will b. Idly say tl is J Yet thin i* the ertr.-ct of the otficof less consealuetre in tie 4 ve cf the public pre -ion was that ncntiations for peace were on foot
ed in no enmities. He was a Kind, ind.ilei.t, th I frut-tuittu who mihtained There w 10 other war rf accounting for the -
I lie? xxai arc'-inpitiied: In hiM dexotcd or even <>4>- |nrn ; HH law e.f Isfj. Under that law the cvuwfarltirersare than it really deserve But there are ome occasions apparent
matter, a good t.eglinr i and a inosl alltti: ..n. : which hat not \i.Ti .ii.-ails h itwtruih: healed ii: the **upnw>ne s cf (the Mexican
it % uho (;ontinii! to n'ir.'e i.in \\ith tni- tJtikii4 from twenty to tiftv j p-r rent npe>n their when its importance is fishy dnplaed.-eeta- Report had! reached the that Paredv vas
ale son. Kxact in the petPjrmance ol all his tun! tote, I r tII fiiju ii'l.a-s an lut.illiliKtire, \heit- camp
duties l.e in th-- COijtlg.l tondfri.evs, eJoning! Ltto.-{fall irlie-f ,I...4 r the teil u i.i nt .jri, -u thi'ik it the UhiKtri- i-apital. whilelhoe enffae. d in a.* ultiire barely -'on; when the people turn to it with animus hearts, afraid fo leave the cifv nf Mexico-hi* presence

wss, largest j-en-* tf the aia.I f te.t, until -ho wis taken -'la.jjt.d, lie-in i ui i|>hui4: at f>nr d> li it, and -e k ri ln-l b% rim ;1-'1114lor mAt a pri'hl r i1 hve |er cent haut xvc Iliad the fr r- j when the fate of great measure's depends open him therf being nece-arv to keep down a threatened

term, lh.aluol,!e st wotk e>f (; Jt an honetnun. hi t.-! fe- ho'irs bofir- I Kim. Th t will :ill hit too much god s.. rrvi.bitmn.
> o a Ins leathi.- < n>- .
[
( hat la
men th. only strenuous advocates tor I ;v The> who occupies it, and when the lasting pre>*|'cntv e>r
To In\ friends, his death i Ua gris*v..nI 'to | iird( th gri at l.t'L. I.> adt AiitI hiohi ii t'iet.t > Occasional broil between the Mexicans Texan
His ftiil.fu1: < )* ( il 1)) Je.J.n I II;illiMj, '.VIS aUo! tine hiel f the law which will!! the bin his **
> new cf i
I K but % ho can eititi.ute the cru !hiiy ncMjIiiwilli | ot all itir |'r. .Hiliitfrom th. ir di ipH| >;ntintif are opp.anents Adversity country upon single aje volunteers ccnrrexl The regular soldiers exerted

whci! this blow! will fall his d \\ ith I.Iai: fr >tn tile-! time* he tecun..l J bi\voiitid, rfpertivi U with n ir.-rd I > ai>\ one man and take away their bntud% ai.d rnorinearlv cqtmatizi'| of I every me ii* tst the protection of the citi7 rs who

uvn, !_ irtejlliT Tint li ej arh foi.tj ; TV t, any ditip'mi-ittnetit it a i the profits of JifT.r nt classt- Will this be ruin Su!Ti ai occasion we hive ju-t wifnts-ed The
r her li: tinehlRre-ntes e.f rank xxenfog lIeu atil 1 houur !ef.-.t. .! t HO ;t-. t -n'uii a great and Utal u\er- flirted themselves in a peaceable and! inoffensive man
,
Uitl our country ink because a few cuntali can- tariff bill, a incu-ure e>f the utmost irnportan-e,
!'li'el'
torn hond} l.a\e
such
nvt uJi'e'1!-- 'd li-s; c.iiituder with fra'tnal afrecti !throw to th. p.rtb it% It. Had the |Issitule| ot the ner.
Hay lie who temiwrs the wind to the thorn and ILtv.! I I'luon so Attid .t1ir th Lad lUlhinorc C
lamb, aid and fu-tai.i her ii the day tf her (ive,thod not ha*. tiitt tihI44 -4l l with the h'. iet and years This is hard tbeluve, avl yet it if the ,was threatened with defeat. In "x-natecf the I his party ha.l been irtercepfed and c-it Itt by In-
.\t 1'2 e/e 4J-k] Oil Sitiinlt iy, iL.j lltll llu and adiiiitiKtration | Mr. 1'olk ditr.s. The not *>nrrallv credr'tfl
wholesoi-ie
icep alll.ction. M. % ltiriiti- <> { awful cry which n.w ie-*>uii U through I Ihe liid.- I'nited States it was trembling f hIT etiattnce Itt several report wa sr
nnliirttui e.iricer Iw-e-aiuo s 'n>i't! } that his \VV Lena i \i The pe* ple wilt learn bv it w ho to Irutt They w ill! divs. One supporter and a"< tber, dterttd it. i
di'Uth liwur arhing. V.hon l.e-'l ind the v\a> to -* pollit, that em-lu\ (u vote i I ofherwi were well
l xva n
IKOil MCMe.0. jj { ii lor ""v mi. L 't ii> t* ,l'la1uuului.'I. 1'heVu. -, \vi !11 t i oeelhat the ptoti-ctod few, with their scattered adrieniits Its opponents put forth ihtir zhtust! *.iToits-a- I The Fashion left Rra/os ant.azo last Tuesday.!

if lie XUs te-colie'il.'d to ehe, l L-- luJ'i feign .. tb wh! iitntid. Ml I I ellotln di- areeruleavorin! raise tho-aire alarm I here arid exrenen.-ed hears wecther fie The
The niied State finite KariUti. |kiio our 4trin -n In i are gan.st it. Tliey riKi-ed thetr.stlvwith ir.crea-.; tin trip
which
that be as. ilr%. l'ag ls.1114 e'iii.tuste-d.ind ,1. j ''eii -, when Ira ri-i I HJ>, will lie feih to proree l i|that was Irioel by the Dukes and Lords of Tnjlandup Sea left eizl.teen hour befcre the Fa-hionand buI
hope at btep, and fan a last deIieratestattgle
arming
arrived ul IVn acoU on 1'iida} la-t fiMnVia tilling b:.i-n retivr.I Jroiu !his i-dhide, lh* I Iwila runt trri, though sometime injik- b} wulrej itt every I not yet arrived.
t m the r< p.-alof the corn fits% They will discover nude attack whieb be elect-
'ruz brought ad\ires 3u that the hfi I..1 ihiiix. they an was to
m place to of the.Cap'ain eif tlio boatm:] .1 fitly j' p- ( I

I7lh, two das 1:ite- hilt was received b} the xxhoa! a pis-ong'T, look hor jiae! .*, and! did \Viare still IrcmMia! with intense arixitlt alxfit that the cry n the sanio, betause the interest is i site et their fate. Then came a en-is in which all COLFMHIA RIVER.

I'liticeton.! I' : our fat on the Tariff not epiil it until I eVleicl\>:i SunJt _
The IVnsacola ty iiioriiing, |hopes <-c preiiwinna'it we fear onlnttnlmli.- \ are j.a1! uI! that a ifrmoi-r.utie Ce.a ress ce>ul>] not i wa nut nne\peeltd here bad be-tn much ci.nlain* imperliiit facts relative to the cangatiivn -
corrotpondent of the! Mo. j i wli-Mi, c'a'pi'iglhe hind ofoii' of: them in his i !Mr I tatrws.d!, of North Carolina, rewi ned to-div ; cf the Columbia River
In d.'tirr d the behets eif be :
lie! Herald, -rus : j redd, damp! fingois, and xxith a-yalin ces"cndeaxoritu but wevitdcCiao'irs. sale, without tKithtr rauu people by j |prcvieuj speculation as to the part he weuld perform

The Yen Ciuz papers of the 1.1'h) and lOlh, to e-\ptes the fi-e-lirij-s; IK could 'xilfi/ I sb riMins. The rountrv i* now witnessing the All eves were turned! to him He w a- the Among the items WHI ot toreign>GTO intelligence>!. July 1?. I I-I.notice

"iblish the news ot'the Oregon Tie.-iv under Y< nr- trulv f.c. I IWM friiiti of the victi.ry e |
u .t * tIn head of .News." n ltituhtKJNltOUG1J.Ii. : ) ,no share in winning that tictarv, mt -ihe is now aiding Uhat would he do whose
Very Important The would he confers tire-it Tritam the/1rpttnalri'Uofthe
!I. !i, reflect tint cause espeue'Uo upon
is C' to tl did
>tis > jg : u h he I S. O :r Land Hill -hiht his: been sited! in the
|
: rs elato! that in con <- **iencc of the) tieatv. I Ie I' to improve it. Our' St-nators and hit-hireserutatit C | Id he chain hnn-ilftj the CIt oftho-etnthe I narration of the Ctitiirilia. ibis isa positive
: 3jv j ir.t Ji.*, iak- i ihgillanl l King i <>!M. et7lho t lie.Id j'eil 'Houie I b> a u dose v..1 I'll.:;, ii. not worth ninth as it %%s

Mexican pt>opear-j! called on to nuke inTcabcel gl!iir', with lh<* shout of tiuimjili; in hi> ears, J tatda! ei-l 1 will not | i s lln .< liutihut it aatrs it l ilid! essential s -rvice in the h'4.ge e f t lie tanll bill ; J narrow spot to wlin.li his sympathies iiio>t raaturaltanthiinul *, mistake itself, but, not to to only the as understanding to the terrii of between the instrument the authorities

'. clForts to *:ne tnoir country fr >m the I' }-otin his la sniaM.? i I'In .uti to 'iflt-r us anothur j j jatncndneiit arid! the former, espe-cially, eiceupied ao>>itieii) or would he t-a.l.irge }his Iibt-rtv ard.in! the ot the two governmentsas I shall present

$ spicily of the robbors of the dcl \911, ." lightened by ''i carp*, I the fcxin-nthit-s; and itoars il.it iii:will ,drop ts t.iehi for w the<- may pn-st-itt p-i
*1 hc\ remind the Mexicans of ihc tlnlrr in They- could hive defoate-d the bill, but, t true to their his wlole Wi uld he be faithful Ins \\ t Ihe treaty wa-beforctl.e Senate se me doubt
ejf xxeitnui: and by the l l'o.- m-to death of 'H I 1 oilmen, tartly to revive ag tin with rrmwtd vi ig"r, for country to article PI

.ahich the) Trench we-re elrnon o'it of .S >iin, filM el.-x-ejje-d! \\ ifo. Tho brave tuMier noxv i t-sts .( 'tins uri-at intnutir. at pra<.tioal viiiudSLlm-, oiinj !I |party ami their Mute, they voted for it. Tlnhow- princi pits, and the principles ot the majority whom wa* e\pr?*
:dt *r !adrJ! and the) cities of the countn w *re in hi.* last re-Kis be no-tth the turf of Jcllen-on !|x>lu> and strict ju>tici ,rann
i1 po MJtion of the cn x\m* taken for | rojicrlv ; and it M nuking Vours its, wav" cverv Ur.tear II B.UIM | whin th. im re j II rtoiin-imeof duly constitutes local attachments Tltse were <|'ustioii4aiiioulywhisptrtd which expire in 1*.*>1, er was perpetual. It was

'i v a p"cnlli! waifare, in which sniiH pimes burul. a high clai-n I > Merit, and this was one e If them.- from man to man. T he moment was a tbeeinly point ol" ol"impe.rtance was much discussrl -

(! the enemy were nvrdeml wherever they I It weitild bo the Iiv To save (aliaS' country when it is possible fcr him t > | \n ,uiiitmlim was inlr.>din-esl V>y Mr > If* t*
unj'is! to in r |O close tliinotic' > The rat-1t1 1'asstd. < t Irving one, but he was equal to it. 11 I is t vtuce waved I datine the limitation, which called forth the best a-

were found. | with! ut n-Iorring le-lhoi$ On Jut | fCapt.Txxi'ch"ll. It is with incvrejiiblc pleasure I that we jnnoiincpto betray it, and, by betraying, i nut it, is simple! duty-, the lueasiiro. 1 His firmness had re-aiainttl unshaken.Ho I l.ilit ol the'sfnale. It stat argued by Mr Uebster,

I'areel )hd not left th city e>f re'u ien. I It 'but who withhold i t t the lewardoi! titan bun Mr Rove rth Johnson and! others
I Hnd I tho eljuig mm lccii his ho.Mofli our read<-r' the | asm. alt Ihe limit! bill The | can uimiase h did his daty, and did it ni bly ; and! hae cannot be Mr Huntingtein,

as foirid iripo .be! to rai c a )boy!) of cve-n Iriond, inst a I of t a (pis 4ItIt.r, oil |II,is boat, particulars will ti- It und in Ihe abstract of the C ..ncres who el'K-s it } hue Pehht. e>f lorida will apj renriate tutu much applauilt'd! for the bone which this act has oouij rehendi-ig the highest legal talent of tlie Senate
t19(0) to follow! him.Il that the privilege was prescribed by the iteration
.
) lio uld hax'o ioc'i\e'd this devotion to their interests.
" S- C" ii
- is the o' iiio.i e>f all well iniormed (frsons.t kindness axi'l 1 attention.-A', (t. yM/. d u1. J ((lurleston Coiitur. It will !t.e seen that Mr! Jar- The Oregon Treat j. cour-e will hull be forgot tei,. I It t will be renumbered The Hudson's Ray Company is an artificial exist

; : theie isnol'iing to ;re.\e'nt (icn. TavIorViirc'iiiig ruigtn, (whig), of Tennissie. who was in'-tmcte-l to T lhui' llowing is the Treaty concltul huctt tin to his honor, and he will receive a rich reward ence, created by act of Pailiauient, enjoying certain
directly It the city of Meitiu.Ilur Goannitr.. \Mi it if d lj inuuunities and restricted
jioo-ilc > speak from his grateful as to rights-it expires
otc for a ilemocr-itic tjnfi, at a tacc <>( the proriediiR I (treat llritai.i and! the United Stales for the tiiljust- country.
ar<* na trops ti o-poo[ ; hin). agiin't 0'i I.ot ilfii! ) foci that OM are seventeen vrars hence Our Government contracts
}
} of the lull) when its late w n vin doubtful, I merit eif the Oregon .juestum. I How and bv wheim to admit! /
Jen. ISrjU'ft ideas of the rain_> M-a oi! ca'u- ab!" to beir it. Whit is there giined by [Tor the I'll ridian.] / <<( Cesmpatmy, aflh all I'nli-h ttatitaCtSftS
li) retiring tiom Im seat -atis.il a tie vote, and threw j it was eluulgeil is rut known, but tie matter has the iling with it, tea communion riuht ol navi atien. \\ henitsesisttnei
4 1 much ii.iith the-! in the* To Tobacco IMantfrs'eif Florida.
among lesidmg &* : to correct rf-r} word! t.'iat! is winspie I virme -
oppng the resjHirisii'ilify il f ravine er eh feating the measure bein I'rouglit to the notice ol the .Nnate, aunt is to I ternunatis,, the privibgeceases bj
neighbeiihcod) of the city of Mexico ai.d Vein l to } oirdNcrodi! Lie*. x\ill die if lot It seems from I he follow ingtr ct of a Utter from ol the treitv A re-charter or an extension of
upon Ihe Vice President, Mr Dalla We ito not regret idtrgo all i investigation! I It was first publishidby !bant London his
to Iriend
mere in t
Ciuz. Theic is no finer climate in tl.iw >. !d ate hit: if eu tt them lo this one and a in Vi irgima.elateul a rights, e>r a change e.f ce>iubtion in the afftirs of thiCompany.

than that of the highland- of .Mcxic >, wLich another; boeati.ett.eneItii} ie-j "s hul the impudejici that it no happened It pave the latter an rppertumtyto the riuladtlphii North American. The ine sijjeof April -'I1,Horult I7""i, tint Teibieeo was sueces :ullv ciiltivalitl could only be grtnted bv public act of

vindicite hi* eiwn por-d faith,, which the I'residint enclosing tfetnatj M also published, in at tint ptrioel. I'arliamont. ef which we shall belully apprised ItGreat
are teachod nearSlontere mike! thtzii tho fire burning *' I doubt the IKiu
t -ul
} lit brain
to 'iii k.p h ait| yi ur comniticein ; veiulab"
Britain it
was iriju-tljr ini-pertnl bv e ine, and tat virehrate* the minister clioulj xtend the Charter
.is will J3 n ak.spatcha tram our to I'nsland:
(;(.n. Moro l the ii"\v co.ninindaid: e f the! and open the x\ ; I hr a elozn shnderors.K i Teibiee-ii will, in a great i at. a,un he |list ti> \ ir- tantamount to the creat.e of a nnr corporation
faith and! sincerity of tin- letaoer.atie pait\ ; arid by giving the substance 1 fan htitt-rrirw with L rd Al>- ginia and Mary!land, a* that trade will he
Castle and cil of \ Cruz hJ J *. turn.d into wiib which toeoW"e
} era \\ s MM .* on ur cou t. go straight forward and! our Government has nothing
cceded the Vice I'reiieli-nt IJnivo, has tn'en-d trouble J no y.* xo'ir head about what i is repeated, showing! that; be knew what was his ditty, ami that I ordain.anal advising liar (loveir.tmnt of the intended (it her ciuaimratls. I It grows pit-litilullv! inHontlifn
ho was not afraid ii' eisharg! it, twitlstandingtin offer too -nee some very good Tobacco has been latelv unpurttd. contract, and no other( that mabe called into existence
i Lis; du"s. He lias of 'cxeialhundted inpromise.Ti "
au-i 1
upon a budy b'i' Joel all the btt'f, wear a less fright.iul .
cur*'s of l many half elemrats! of his
men at w'oik every morning em I la- fin .ineler! naxer Itillod a sterling cha- > thr Stittttrvfthe L'ntttd Males- It may bo interest in,; to euir Tehacco Planters tore Al the suggestion of Mr. Henton. the treaty "
himself tho Ins
low hand be-ach the Cattle winrehe own State )ho ajitroved] worthy man atl t lie following \tr ct f-om a letter In I Pu.- l.atc
adjoining racier, anlit ntspr ti-ill. I Ib-r' ieut xxill not In accordance with the solution of the wmte of delayed a day that he n.ualut investigate the point
party -pre-onled him to be in 1SII t I. \\ haen tie tn. I'onxul of (In-Unit i-d States at llr.m-n, tlafetl Hreinen was
i flu iuiig Ill) additional biua work.bout set uj;><;n him witheiuta pull l.oira jet k there, the I ICth t I i nst., that "the t President ol t the I'mtul |I.e-aataer! Ihoroughlv and the ieilt of I his examination

\ fc;jtjset flic: soldiers are excrcit-od at target a.i a txxist be'oxv! ; and wliilp! this work ingiiiig toil tr* engro the bill for a third reading it proved Mates be and! he is heieliy adtised to attipt the |>roposal Another, kind I 2a)ol. I>FoliKcti|l'i'a : has I info i an entire concurrence with the view s of the Senators
the eb ath blow to the opposition. Further strus- of the British lovirnnunt grown nupor- whom I have named
; firing, 'i lie guns are mostly of large cdiljic on, the false xnirds are forgotten by the ; accompinvin his lance t his voar, vu : Fltirula, which is evfensitelvusul Superadded! to all thisother( were taken -
ling was found to IK uniifce-*>sar> and upon the h' tneseIuZt' tat the Senate, dilid h lath June, fsjii, fr a I precautions
el.'htanci' ( in"ciar-iiiakiig. between
and ili thot ) I'emg splendid leaf -
row to a great nril.'iTi: :d -. Conventiin to settle boundaries &c. Ixtwein the wrapper to procure a just and proper understanding!
nat vote, Mr Jirnuj-ati, in eibidunco to hi* instructions lair theeve, and much like the I Havana if will take the Take-nbam i3
anchote-d und Mr!
i is
The American squadron r United States and Great Itntain, went of tlic ItcHy contracting paities
A two elolltrs for the veiled for the bill, and! it passed without again the tuId! against the latter. It is imported in boxes consul d as to the meaning of the article tcerjrdirgto
< rccn I/dand The opinion daily gams that mm as o'teMi gets ; eienhe or Stony Mountains, a Contention vv as concluded
i ;iiO) and sold ourselves
averaging pounds we solOS at
his
informing his mind ho does leiuirin; the aid of Mr Dallas and signed on the lr th inst, hj the 5.crtary of view as the British plenipotentiary.He .
be taken c.wtiliz'/e' s-HMids Iii ns "
the Cattle can only by orboarding" lilac and fourth ri\ dollars lull pound, [cultist to one did not hesitate toseveral Senators,
Thus has been accomplished) one of Ihc great reforms State, on the part tf the I'niled States, and the Kn- to express
\ in
\ dollar
0 as Jack calls it. Thin the vulotf (for a didlar he !1:13: exit am ejlherxay.. and Minister United Slates currency] among i thers the distinguished! chairman 0fhe

the tq'iadron' are eager to undert 'Ke. man eat up a pound! ef sugar and il is gone, which was needed in our national policj. her thy ilritannic K\traordinar Mrtjtty, on the part T'onipotentiirv ol (;Jreat I>nt-of 1 hid Ibis information mvelf from tho American Committee of Foreign AfTairs. Mr ,4lenit1i3t.!

The HrilU'i stcam-r arriicd at Wia Ciuvon and tin* ple-asuie! ho ChIjo't.l Intended ; but Thus have the privileged few been cheeked in the ain. CoiiHiil from Hremen. last winter in Washington* regirded the naeiS'ittoti,, of the Columbia ai urns!**
There was inhaiurtta| in Itremeii in l> lt, lj,> bo\es, to the rxiittnce the Company
'le 14lh, without Santa Anna, and Ihe beM ihc inloriinlioii he get from a nexxupaper is wrongful accumulation of excessive gams Thus Tins Convention I now lay before flue S nate fir and! nearlv all old in 1*<4I, JH()(> boxes and nearly Although, I am of of the lladton't that Say the matter.m
thee mind! be has j'isticc a erled her sway, and claimed for the their consideration, with a sieve to its ratill< ..ition.JAMKS nil obl! ISIS 7SD boxes and opinion
informed now say there is no probability o! lirauieel up in lo orijoye'd anew, K. I'OLK. ; in nearlv all sold. Ilis controversy is hardly worth the dispute, belieyirg

I.u ii coming there at all. Hixl lo be used xxhenexi'r eKC.tnion or inclmaIKMI many exemption from iinei-ual and unrighteous burthens. Washington, June 1C.t 1 S.l4'i.roriiutu.u rvid.-nt the demand for Florida Tobacco has mtreied that all the navigation of the unnavigable rim 15
with the
ha\ejc *als!! for it. A novyappr i M not the xxis. Thus has exrcrience gil-cu the rett aol which, supply, and it is oijualh evident, no great moment lo either country,and that Frizer
feicr it a
nnhing the ollered
for
The jt-llow great from prices o-jr Tobacco in New York, River will become the outlet of Bnti.h trade. itiH
i.tI' lhflreK>, lK lh) m II caMlennr m 'h
juip 1 tito-t tu f hrtitrfn flu ''ii'!,4 ti IFS of ljii ii tb ,, Its II., *b *
c i' Th1 i'l'it'i inotl ft UJ ''Ij -ivl f as i"-* ''en I ,111'h s- ii r' I iirrntmri ten a.up. teif Ill l s'aru the Iirte lps nf the Iterate hoiM be | t"er1r{ urdet't' : -




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!ed rgtt ,t t :-.i .1 GROCERIES i'tv: ()
: bxtU j.IVV :fl tI 3 L'at' uI h* I ttrt and $p.rit. ottfj ?S CtCtir" thr l -I :i .iy 5$. _. I I .u!uit. Ifl.t..ri _

':; ; tt4t 1Ut4LLCclesPNksce atof -l'nittd t. r t'.e he\.r.g.-f i-S., 'l'f>H) \ C. ..: -
Slate t !S
e flt t .i1.t-J tt t cau e* ia incndptnd: i J :-.L.\ .; .:;,.:. ;-. I l-- aNit .
t, w the d.rct sYet and tt.e JR.. rorirtM! : Iauili .
*I1 thpeiie. vi-.xket i ot the Leon Circut: ( ei1rt. ''U-' rl. -
4 ('*.zrtato'* toirsiWt'41Li -. *H"1 In ith : Mirzarrt f.rvh ..,I.-.O. r '.aS ..-lit,. J a .-It-t-J, fa.ir
| ucr, IIItI C? d -it ut-u, the THOMAS B VLTZELL Jud.'o fTi'' >t r'red trr < !.. ,-n r Fai I ii. .. M.aJ! .x r.tsch Diet; n.x -t ii.m wr a k'1 t,

r'J% ju:% :4. ii--ient(; rauite. it ? j rWtly nut to the,, J. _L ret tr'jn N .- T JrltMrw. a lull I Xen.ph .r,'_ Auth'm'
I.a'I.na1: %i155 Q, IS4. isiestroent *. C* ,r. IYi
-* Tarf' bill. a.4er an-.:: r daj x urxAwitfoi"l CiIt1tIieti.t. ZIVe invtrwth T4 and Uv Famit.x Uroceri H* mil iraraiitev hi, Fl.r 1 Anil n> Sa'jr:! Mr*. Linc-1-.v Hot x r

4 aet. h rc CI V4VSd itP ix o J'it-4ie4 for tb -_. tiysM.-iin. U-... b* per.cctiy v>eef, nfcvd or better tiai: I irm\ JjGreek R. ,.Jer. R C -
I (Tot
rtidCTent. rki'.j! ;: 'at tv* .th ,.*c i .1- a tan dutu on iinpvrt, whatever i'5 the Primitwe B.S Cs.T.-h t ionr we set r"ai the IIITth.II. i iS'I 'X .k Grammar. Rh.-Vrical Rri-kr. .T I t UI. r
$ at Mt. Mrnh
t5. ,
IL4H. wti' ufl4''obd.y C'icur in th u.d-: : *n uweti Lea! arul casual diwtruvtionn *- R..rreLs ort > if.r. -- 'I,
i* that iete Jet aC.rtinty. *. -Jilt-s nc-'Ii- st of Mon'ic )i ) .. .. .. .. -
rnialiy aunoonceJ >
d f 2 ben the bui w-!. t.--.d o iiy trv ? .tur- Lf i i.or. ill. .2 iUb.v.A-V -:.,;. I IIEtLEK4

;-. :,dent t bee. treaw.. ..i.!; i.r-ix\\ t'"d faith h *>tand, sai.- sbIe to a pIt-thte c : tencmsj Fnday b.fr.- the Srth Sabbath in this T Cieks Rarcn Side. I ,, J r.b f. ..rro; ,,t&-i t., call I r tt t .T rj.Sr :;: :: -

:)t 11 Finsn.11 I3e V nj'e :*p<. .rteerdt. < Civee by thua> tie it b* iiii mi*. 'nta'it. IVeacher4 and othtr are invited to attend.BY 1 d >. Shoalder*. : iN

with a 91-ti i u> be dt..- r"j ., t'j rftMid an* p.rtun: t I tLo*? who honor ue 2 dSoprricr Hams. LIe of J 1 iii,, Wesi .hv Jn, % hit.- .' ) 1eitIe.i.iie .
,,,- .
ttI AUTHORITY.STOP'THE : .
rruir
k ftO tt e ; trucU"ri I'fc.s Cu-vtuier. aufrI ha e only t-. cay to them ai' 4 I .1- .. ?*arctio-d Hair. 3thost I'r..t *fjnt Church : fjjjr 1.r 1.tDe 1.
Diciplit.
_. .
.- Ith'e country, that 1 prefer the I Mi.) Dried Beef It.
't r4tI. .I14 Mr deepeet ob.b m can i4,. '" Reixa jii

: the :t.-e .1 Ch ,, ., -.-- -k. o; [>m &te lite' with an unw wdvd c. nfi ; 1(10 11 E\V A II I) : : ) '.x* New Sedf.ri *. .--.. ar.ai'-., ..*- .i.-- X\V-; -t PafH-r. Xc ,! Hxrr." *, PlTI&, .* ,w*. ,

t tu the dire I official C 'k .. .
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ftrte C-ntt.rir.- W"n-ir v rta $ IC' C IL t.L- L'T. Tt 'I.r-f i-- tt /- rr-nii.ee. Kiar i !-i.) t:1.iy.-C.&t % 1 ? s. 4X* i-ld. a likely b"> through the w )h >U system. It Rcutraiiz the p. ..: ui-: -rE MILLER .- : < .-. .R I.N i r. .. -

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1ee That there are k"r ic-i .r.d vtdeV '' ..'ir* .Id. V.1 th x !4--.r t" %% il .i.lir. ti. -lIrt. ofi ; .. !
k i -- -> tr : i- t'.e i*t Rejnni .!it, >-! > j tone to the o'Cin whwh generate that rluut. 1 1cr..t'a'.tu I Lii A
) ; .haeb the t w 1* -tf -.-.-- -' : ; Jiv.i c.ut.ty o..i were }> --u.id d elf by aid .. -
t-1-- t' t # and ail esternal diTier. the Jesuit i* .1 -t ,- i.s F..Rs.N&F -
\ *< ;, will be mad.- >
: / e4 ; aad the p jr- i- >* r Th itt R.iti. U..Tr..s! T-i'A !U i Th wl.'li-: p.i-=-. v 4-ro takenip) of the a-sd : rh ;fl > -' S T.kiNE ;
I 0- T- r 'C t 14? raj id t h--aiiris{ *ore< !Iest..it1:1 rura I. 5- 'r.-: rVj-iU. Tr. batr.J.f ->. ,
U w:.. with cinder. ad i-t jrritv. r.iW.. iv.riia' .-- war the A. iSatci ln->. Li \T- r tio.. .:- R Wil- I-i-.
H.i'Y. uf ) arid ailecu-.n t'' -ullibrr 2.S ; T..R4. -
I. I e i i )IITSC tistu, tr.cr pa.aful vt e it'i:' < Li : r5. t'f !.." .. 'rati tl N&E.
hs confornw to the in-ri''j',*" -, : h.* :< MTT.M N..-:, i' iVt. .' r, *!"S ir- 1 KLt d here : r. r. .
-iiv -t rr--r-f- lh- -r- t ire -iiat t wreah.makesittbetiiJ-LL ,* c : : iiV k.-' .- .' i-r :.''r *' il. o me torw ird, k--t- with : .. 1.5.. I 1, R 4. N& E. ) I
R-tT ,r-r.rid f ( re'iewal o'rerizth.
-1 l :: rT e : a ot ;* r n J *r-pe proof ha* bees f'im: fc rhat a SEi r.\- '.1\:. ,. _/>7Lf'ftr r.1. '. '.irir:.. ii.j tJS- '.' r.i J-AJX. the deaSt: Irotii the xvtdii. It is t"jt u;> iahizhly .1 Mr1-.J-: : .. S : T J.R I.X&E. "

;fth *'e- 'irerert. : J j SAM -TK1-IIF.N>. Shcritf. : : T J. R4. N&. E. Lj1e- 1I'
: >. >
concentrated form let t ::
CkI'I1iU2I XVi 4' cf'he
ie prir ipie. if n-.t f-indirrt-itailx. t > Treep.ri ip'ui. Hiijjt' n, J'x J.>H> T MvRtCK I). i' iot-iiiii4. Court Kfpi'sUST r 2, 4, N & E, ..
dilated aco-rdm. the
4 ? prtid tn SPVCf the d it.-* i.r.ha I : I"l.-th< Xrtil'.ery. a* he ;the ii-vd i.r bx .X"i-k.f the.t St-r.tirul>'jTZ, vutur.is.t j jt'.e Mirii---. J'.x : i, ( \<\-rT: -'. 11 JIt each r.ilitx buStle, and when will make *i tiu.o the: to<;uj.tity.> nevti :jr.>!.':- p'i'jl.h <\le at this rrtv. or byI' .. :' r :. R 4. N i. C. r ..

t'etp 1iOC1 Th aJ'CU% iaanite irelty ii tant. t r na and theuu.vr. ID tnc<:icnal va.'I : j V U.YV.R1) : I (I ih La''sv. joirunit t"Jo,. Meey. Mri r
i ttv.-aetit: f"th- t ret- l.ih i-.Icstnitd tu pruc.tI.hisIuandpmrti->* 'iIIiItJIt? 11t oaert} for .sale.I ur* quart w '
I It1 WV? I litteVZ.4 b it* rttLflktaV.Mithe tion. U the Tt iett and K *>id lacd were enter. by
the jrn -
rher Houe C.4Zt44.by w r.-"r. *h.- b IIhj xir.: A' ". '.11 de Cc\ar t : .;;T.i.T J I HK: ..1r.: x\ K.r..' t > r -n1<. -.e to the t" f iiri..us prepir : : name. -- rwWiloaL.inttptrp; rti *" heli'cigtr.r; : fin

ii tcf roved, and wS.** A4 uI :: .f.v rejrh'vru I wt .- .. v. r -. .: t'' way xiith L.m. The force will liii I XV ,' !I'l f r -.' tI! r .1 ii'.epr.Ji.. .. pr.r; ;** r* :'fl- >Inio t dai!> r.iin5esIimeniaa.the .It LvItars S, W lotSev i .R I.S ri. .. inini -
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I v. ; R E.C. f. -
tbarg rtn E .T 1. 1. X i
ptur ii : : an an actixe u'-.J cunt.%e med.i-.nv. P IM.NiNi1et; i Utse at Tali*hxMir. aerIX .-*; E J. S 4. ;
cit of twenty eight Slate t in the Se 4- .L.JI.'t:( -: i j'- ItK Art.l'-> It'Jr.en r- "'" :- : .. t '-' .i: i.. It .' )5. 2 ouihc I I&' .: -.. ? iCfti. :Ier b. Thi cio,* ">V. .:lt.jt"is > .
The fi..i-Ai'is r.tI < ri-eafo
ar
Il ca 14
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ft -. S_ .: : : t- RIUr.t It.1jtr -. f .. _. _- th.- ia-. O.i .- -f S
of the 4--i silat to t- *
; V I .E- V1a.' ..te*% ahjo. Vir.iia.D-lwe N.fc IiIIV' < i-: J .1 R. ::.r r.? I iTiT-v n*. I *." : ; .u-- i* J .! .. .- A? '. r !L -.. ;: -I! )j.asf. ire, u the: r,-i itr itni t i'* car ti.l :vr i-al l'snin.. .T : j5t .ii. 4. I RiL.nes.WiIiiam'r i.jrke Cl l ii.ir' !i-I4tb -a' t Ci u
> h evidt'tu-e x shIei. L .?. < IXiMtl: t
K l.i Ir.tar.tr'l I !l > !- i- Piiir54i : -Ai enn'-r-n.
s:;. M : J : :; i 4 r. : rt'r ta' 1. nif ai4 th Si .: tU ta.thtf \ l
-- i Nrwvux. J .'Mah :i.tb. ; ; A..h i t-t f arjerkirZachjrtah : '"' .iC 144, ity
K. i U.-- ArkH.r: -.-. T" I:._ '.,.r A ,: iln: : . r *. a. d the .t vk .1 .
Lri:, *r.i. Pe-n.c-.s. ; 1 ... .. ; M-.r A B i. D Sat.aMr: ..UHT'child.. -r AST--*, M A. J lohns. n. J,>*;>h F. ? .
I- -. i.CjnsecT. i. : : .t' ha: t c-i.i. r -. -: i.it h. t b..ni. tC.titLI ate ati-J C i;:
titlsy. Muaitzet. New J. : Rnde : : tJll.'Wn \
re- >
I R1.-r'. ., Te\.ll"r! / T" .4 this 1'l.Kwa* attack. dwitr; cr'uia; ti.! n twoyej:-, At. ifMiuarl nt *. i'ol C H
vIe'4. : : -- i r it.il 1 !eather.: t.'z<-tier xxith 5 iae> p-ur men"hij -
Mi" .a.v1. N rtK-Oi* :Is .5 ii
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> old which t'i..I lu-r f menk) 1-ton *
soon rt > A -- Aratri>!i.. K.o'Kelh James 3
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; lx.. :.. ..: TuF- t, 7 > and I *> )pair iitiir *kir-' *. can bid w ith the in tric'i al ec 31.! T J. S 4. N A. F
? --u No
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I The Itls.ae per -1 t'ic x\ *>. tei ai'd' man IIIJ4tIIS. L.:zi AC irfman. Ale ar.Jjr *.- t '-I Ij

Alar, :: i. ; :r.- !>,. 'ii "*r ni. M. -. -.- TttAi--S. I i. ) .l s.ti'r' -.- ns. 11FiLIr. f.-t,d itetf lii malignant r. .n the he.id. N.niv ar Autn.Mi* MjX rth. Jane J i en'Aider ,rdby Ma'' >ltn tiiU-.ri.and! coataiiij aT .
T. .:. 47On. and ijtht hes.i c.uii- I Ihi,
ilk. prpertyii -"l .
r4 FfL > Jerilnbe4t-I.TatI: n.t
r
l.tub Uifleivnt Newark. Ife-lle.i *n ; (
physician* in C t'i ll >. DT .
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I- .. r-r-r-'it-- r.-itnaid, roved in tbe hifidi li.e ir>.criii'-r i.r ti-e laTa :rr.: lt.'wmz' thc f V ti -. '. -
( the ca.j.t Peirubar1 IId.'i I cC. 4tt11 an i'--1.FnsiYcit [ her t o th t : f, iu town -
and N.-w York prwcr.r>ed lot at *ari.>ris titru.- I. AUtiey. B F .11 *c m5.Th'vi4iI': -
e i-t Bi' Ur IfT i, jj.ft54t .- x-ar* a ;j.r< !tictikv -.e. aild t.-r -ihte f.-r bii- -V. Wn..wn.
(. TO tt.e oa'L.41I 1.ic--i& 4. t I t C 4 IJ j r 'it tinallv cave up the -a e a* perfectly hopt 1 1.-.i -- Barber, XVta .drmEiI. I I. Ij-, tt. '"J Ji.t Lntr n1
4 bt-.n ic aidtn. ilraheith and iC '. xvat. r, <-JKV t So eacellcd by I SMITH SMKIN: .
fri.tt frt 4Si
be 'wr1ok. la rrr ritituti
a Mr.
At i l.aat 4Jiverwi. induce! to try y.)Iir tar4qai; Beodtr. Parker) laebcTjtcr. Mr Niy
>.nal bj-ctf i. I r ,uid flct j'iia-h untcra j>: l< rt4I'i"1i : and it will tio '!' 'iSt nrrpp tie lily .tuati >n in the Sr. v My \ n paper will !> : n'.la.: and accordingly procured fur b-itke. whi.wa .-ii Bxrd. J'hn' Fern A Shrl. anJ! t* ItIcmIP Tat ( oL. J.,r. I'ow' I 4

t. bi a rt .fs5rial .e* ...th *. n w': a.i.! r-Tt-it I ft'-; !. rcr hi-h :I1 5.41!1 back fr'sn i G x. i 4primcly lmtnitert.-d.with uavt iiiLrrutI nll I. BUtTrtiihii.tha4MefUiaO.nice. L5P.( % NI$4 _;'-zri :

Ikt- wtth .rf atotrwmt tr -- K-arn ->t Santa rV. It will take the Santa Fe j jr Per,.,:n ii )l-.t! .d ritIl. r by iit ; .r a'-rrnnt, are j jarne _
wtv't1e to CCt htheB decided 1wlwtit. Ai.
\ wt o* tit two ItiMi 0 S io ks. Wiwactaias) Leans Lrnltirr.t. i
M.a.ant th. with GoeeaL tly re uotrd to c.-no: I r-4r J-H! nuk ini- :
tI1jtFOa1 ot raxatt n .n rich a m nen JT ; tu er ropirate j jT 1 l with th ..
> beramv -iwainte cirotiauram' t } K .
power i'i ? ** < Blow f c*. / >t. .a.- ? ana Stjnnvid.
ft' thtairtx !C4 t'e thrc.uzh the no t healthy Kd | I nediatipavnit nt, a.furtiur i .-i-.1. ie wii! m-t be : %% 1 ; i
T r i
.tet v htin d'ta. itnnort man* *> I the cav The child, who w no-.* J4k-d fear y -r -. ... ) lor tb if I
XV. H. MILLAN.
W111CtI. I .. a'f Ia5 ( trrtfl ?hI It. r.-.t- r prr 'jt Nrrh.-rn M. K'>. an-i nndT iwh aji :i .-n. ilnoa-te. tttti.t -
'r '.wn nis one complete BIJW ot 4 .nul ..ucapa'lcu ) < I b.tn4.*. XV tn A J 1. P 3
ra! B iti.r, the brizht -t Unrel may Qi..iir .r.'ust -- a
Pflcapfh.r.qntrz..,. befl43V1 tCC C i -f r M mt any of her bnS H> r b- -h w i* *w I'.en t Kia* l>r K ...NPr --- -- --

xear* Durinz tnat {#rv4 a *' ,''?mlatatKm ri be eit.ct.id to ern the #apediten.-fielti I'or ?nle. ivearty twice its n.iMri 4i i' ;'t'-o he.if. lin'.v an Li 'xa tu. St,. I-' > i\v i I

_4 ha teVP.iet with flnetaatiott* cfM h.atty were alrno t ontirt-tx c.'xered wifJLT\ .. >- -'<-.a Li'i't It- t _
uf foot lim SiU.Ut and extra
THY TWAIN SHALL BE ONE FLESH. et U <. one .. -
sod fat.ure 'it i* a* i(->roti*Jv and a* i.varTi' -41 lx iai ONE byAu
_* upos now a* *wer : and ind i i wuid *em, At j .-- '.' Minor.ar} Contention in Banger, M r., 'irt -, 1>4.;. 3{ J. R )flflJIII4 of any thintr.o* to tir-ik tr 'ni boi t< touoticd >cby Ii ihirtirid. JittIes ,1kDittiln.s..tSA.t 1 irt' I

I t9c4n* ifIkrc a* if the l-nir th* advi! fe of R/-v. Lr Ar.d r.on, one of th Sucretarie* of the her mothvr. The iti-tae. at the Mine tuiu-. wj. !ttrday. hi S.; 3lhn k b ) i.-r 1 1'

| a particular tai wa* *njryd, ti* .TTiZ'T fcrtrae Ara r--in i4-.irdt3edt1t. i1)flXanII3Zc : 'I'I-CoIltctoia ;SI4'. eij'iallx vvere '.'iw ir !! at' r. ti I w th bin. sb! ava<: l.r-i .iiLn--'t. M.rt.Y.'I _.I T t -i

g taede .ir. |i>r i*< coDtimianr*. aad even it ILZL2ft I .. T.! st aft- r a full con i lerrion '.f thetubjert. th"Ni 1 ) Y x irtut- of the p< w.-r x -.t. it m me t by law I hall uatione tw 11001i4r,-> ; reuu. .4! "i.* rsi rt : id.J.iPii ii wttr

lati<,a. Arm x .t j it .mht to b* rt r.i r.b ri rrd IhIV1r(1V' .*t s.&r.'"* carr. to the c.oriuaion that the *ir.il- I j -\; -.- tr ie. h..rtrh.; .- i "> urt l !<> .aa- tea r, inhe 'a the SantApartila ar-d before .he had akeu >-rI:,- V :;. .im
A the taiig 5) ttt .- '-.- -i 'y.teIt a* n-Jt VO clear!} taught 11 ti.e .iy SI-.,! tlia-.-. ci.u.t: t L. n.Oi tie *h* could slip li.'i truui the clu.r: aiulvT.e I' !Vitia.! .. Frxi-T iixm.r. Hevr* I. i'-j.rt. Ii ? V..wtSls YItaroeO'I -

) niIJm-Ts arP a4e t *.-. th.pf'4 't a1.ii N>% T''- t men* as to rr.akc it a tet !',tea'O4! '. ..n.It .- ihf 'JJ! Mih' .5! Caii. t't-sen. '1-* Fa: I JHC0 ; *I 'il! Wii------ J rnsii3t5. Jesare s fltrtat&CRi .

1'T'r r-.atr. %4 rJCtSIna tra.d.d to :', !L *-xcr, r' ird.-d by th- M ioraru* aa a !he f.i'J'i'Airiz j>ro-t-rty| < r x' r.u. (i th.-rf.-t) a will the erolid bett..an.t( ?hrsere.iie ikaU j i I hoi! v! i\-.f.. XVm I t\\+. 4.-t ft'1 \ >i I .T..1 -i C tI! .(1t 1- )

etyrar. I r..t c nr.r, ..d .. 1.r.z aa i' Sir t h !.r. rhurrh oJEt< lay th.- Sfjt Tax dosii the rrii to lh Mr lutnrj u-air. ht.. ,;ii.' I'alK--in. .' -r- -, S 5.u. t" 1 t'- It tt e ,.,? ) ;

( :ilIffli&,. W O.-IfIIT% t ) rte I4.srI1 This ..JiH **, i tryiD uiiaif moral rewtltj oin \ J, N XV 4, S I-. T ,'. I! .'. N and) K.: ad) .inina. rh. ertuI. and i* ta.l IPiruatIn health. :. I, trt-'. irI- % .-rrie. Jari _s-r .I-_, I.

LiCe &z4ajet% ottt* r.r.e ch wa. t.. son 21 th-ir nature, has not been, *o far as we and -lonsin: to Col. R.V.. U'llliarw, owner net Very rettfi'ttuU! your*, l J \K\FR.. ._ .1I K ..il'O. tt' -" r' V iri -

'. 'uaz th UbII.'.- it, r r oirt. in whh :' WMfjt -<>TJ. irr.pearhed ard r-jiodsate i by the autkontje I ( wfl. S.t(- \\.>:tti*> State r m *s v t --wart. MrJ. icei t.So 1te vV- {* tr IeOLI.
.
.;>--rii ar.d jutt-tl-'d "y jf* *ar,1t mt -t in thf prero&aeL We fwl tt. however,our d itt.i \ The E J. N E4.n SF 4. S j'. : N XV 4.NI'4. TK taiInae' ; i* an etr-t !Irin U-'t, r ivs.-iv -. iiat_ !I.tb- f"fjtmtttorvm. %.tt.stwo..J.t L I % hi -

-' Th <> i.n -v. :' '.C.-t l-. >.. */.nf" -r.tst aain.ttt ; and would do so if Mit?.:> ; XV I ,.t Ireul Mr* lIsa-ira. who hid t :t itiLtIS i'( .eira I t i'ttuii. Li %1t1iii4i-II. $ ..1I Lcb.C N- t- terCItUOI. % I
Qnt
lIiIgfTif.! *fjru.v VIICO a* w-ri1 *Tifil t *-t! we a aia th*- ar>"lo i, of thttnchrttianpract.c V i, S 3rt, T 3. n 1, N and T.. situated near Manlinzton. %ear with S ct-IiIn'is t'ker,. Lhs1'e.a.i. kti I 4iiIte. %% itI II $ nOO1Ss E& t ji

tL rf ta. efltyv m t:4! ,f war r. ':.. VV intukr the der.urjoafionai of ail who pro- ptirp tin
-.eope have pfmv-r d until.
Liar.b of th n.'tnr? of the American Beard are !es-e i SI. I I :C..iia..t-. .: i t .I I .. K.itF.h.t -
the i.iis
1 1bI -r 'e.pIia. au iz4 S iT: I.R I.N'andE. except| thE (. SF | of h. Jai.P:11.: : : t4.liIicri N- .

-.t. fL 4,4 4'.r/d ti j.-it [.oiyramj in the Mine category with) ,aid *rtion: also, E 4. N XV |. < r. T 2. II J N and Li4tai. oUt tC.t ii' S I iii. iitti 0145 WitV $1it I tIitta.d. Ur .,(. I ;' Iii % r

.'. : j awl .r.' otr 4 4aC. ,,- i < j( -f', -a-t '* hase en vitfvttfi- ** bjr ICIYC V ; E i, N IV i. S ... T tt. U 1. N and XV .owner not '&- ea'res. 'ii nit if' w .w '."OItd ut.'iiated. t-ii.i. ta.iua rtIti. bIU : : .

_t t.Cit.3 r. pure.I.4V. tt V -- '- r )4-T% ih.- hue thir prisIe of4.in" aoC known.: I h.s.t a Ii..s tItst .i.., I w- -,S.'... Ii oh twn, M" I b'nR

cI-r.d.. !, ,! ,' 'I -- -- .t f up'v.-.bil.tj. lhy ir.av.if they ne ThrEtrIN W4.ofS'.inTI.Rt.NaniIW.I .j'h-ntlt wi I .tetttI IIaI I ,rei.I I t 'mS-- Is ifa .. I. in.1. l R. 3aithiai iiw.&r.

.. .. thir disriphofj''th 'kI t''Oks. 1St. i.iiLtII u.L ,-Ii ii.iti ii .. ,', -. .:
T c. arrv .4 .' P- .I f C. If. 1:1: frt 4' rrvciv over 'i acre*. nr rake Jarkion ) Ora rtmc t,> IvUn c to tha1'i ViP"S

L : .#r afl.ni : 'W'1 V I ,4f I .r. > t.I..ration *f la erj in Charles Williamwn.Al throat( eatiriatetl to m. (ti-.' t.keix t. i b.i i'll S iii ai t'ti't

,4-4 p.rri.., .r i ; .,nt! .rr. i irrh i -w ran V9'itI- Them? that o, the Miowin!: town N : Part of |ht N >. IT IIn utuh iuijunrt) \>l.-i I isiI it' S tkitb.in. t; "' B

t-It.-f ? o4 .. .' -' t < r.t r.- .{1rr -S th" ,'Jrt' v We' plead the north addition to tb* of city Talih **ie. > i -4i iiTt time. Iit. h. A'I'I' i .i ijn. r -v-\l. a iiI ii iti ii 4 I.it ii.- .. .1 hi ; .ttiet. Jew" t.

fey to* poiiry if tit'ifft;". "f>.'- I. ./ .. MU iirl i.i.. .- vesSel ditifer i.t !>.,m th- L it No. 7t iii the *j'ith h itf i th! cuunty j.iart. of .'w welt I Jlia *t lte, I i'at.>ii4>ib aa I I Fiji II U t.boet. )tOIttt5 tiIKtY.I .

'" raap< tsr nid nTiy >m> vjr thf r ijrnr.4 Mi.3* f the aid city. I)ht client j< e.i-f I v* M. si.I.! it IiIO ta'.i.t) Huh*.. m ;Y R fc.sJW -- IREL

immaerw, at arrt erririi; t.. \tr. rir r. f>
fr.,, p4rafti aNf jot-. 4% j .r SJirf. and tf-nfn-io Ta\-lil.I L. C.C.ity ( ol whH-b! taas b vtt ,-i4s-i.-t .iitit.-ti !t. tfuu I. I a.ttiI.) ..tHr** -Liih. 'a .i tL marki IflI t. ar lL 1 ILMI( ..

th I ..tfruit. I t.Itft- f4F.ffhe lake within th* :rfeatntur ,i ,. u1 ) LU' 1
Zrat'uj.v i acre Mine a* v f.-ra rir---- ? .a .ii .%tlzOst 1- $.t. t nI i.-r-hr,1 suiiili.

.r4 they! mow tj> ifi uT*>."IIIC f am ni.d b> k, Ay civ t.a.nr< e. e A writ** HI the Tnpie __, _ _ \\>ur U.eiul. 1 ,1t-t) Ii II \Nit rHltf; i" 'vU ') witih. X"lJrv.r IJ' .. tt' -12

r iH' -r* i farta to V-ftd M a d--i'i-d KI-*. '* '.( 'l.-cri'.! z that tri..rdif4ary Cavity, ? ve' t.i* lol- : 'l'i\ ..ca! ix,- t.i iJii.. I I; ;itar! .is StfvrtV". J*"-b ------ -- Noit.sIX .

thV peo >> o*' the Uaioa."It wtn -- 4 tb arparent phPW'm-04'a : tl-- vithority 1.1 ir.x.teJ.. I lux ,. wtperit.) value an.i ein itkai-% C. e | arH''ht<'T*. xx bid I ;iI'.* Lieaat .. .-.__ .., \t. .. Ubra- cIate. 1 ihait Fr1 t.Ie It.IV. I:

The h this baii no and I BYvirtn.- ( iil !. riU iti tx bV aineti of ti.tit ..tt.Ils.I'ri.ire'I lilt' iu ut, moethi ilter
r th : ff-i" t. t e.anzht in r.av<; ej i i. -1 tii, .n. jri : r t. l.iii.iis Wa.hinizifl t I .int let Ptt.
? .jn. ) D al
v4-:5.-rtri- : '..ijtar..! .n. -irAiM ar- hitr, thv MRf the apeeiri ';f cit fi h, and a Irc Cit ot th" 4 'lIt I Huse I in th.-oitx a-i Tall)) it.s-.er. and? 'Id b* \ M X l II S \NLS. l lr Lvn.iita. '.1Nan ta.iI. Fj.snr ttnrgCS. Panic i- 3ivti. Pre-h.ie the r-a'ate V-I jolie lit?. I.eadIate .I
a'j \ IH
TJ.rr.r..r l.r UT F
tt/M > IVGhRjtPa kini of rrav ti,h which rr'ieroh a kbatev. The On tkf first Mm lay in Srptfm?>rr next, ; I t.. I Fult.ni 're- O.S.lda.bx .- ,- .aI: XViUiam. N Ann .5 ittuift. iiss IttliOrtit dmsLar.te an
.ia'I afian" .IiiS.
tSI1RPLE 4M
E
.4t t aid
gttadP II ri-ni
Vry I I I.EIVISS \ V ; IVUhv -
::- dare fact i., hvmz in iYe. a* then h jrd 1iremibi but they !s. CATLIX. Pen-.la. F.uid It Will HNt.St. M,? FXV
r.ot < were
jv.n r.r :arf ; the cmoIlCC.
I thrm'- the following) 1 .N. li-vi.'d ogi to ii.iti4y city otrallaha Sues I
ertioo. oa: bb FiIf3I 4e t.(4t rr- .r rtrfrodttred lato light tra4ualLy they would then r'1.'V 1- by Iruzii-> eiu-rall llir.ut the t" Lu10e4. Snclt, Daidt -r 2. ( h1 Nt's.
1.-r. 1t4 of f.I.w.itiz.t'fl, to rrc art. ?.- ) ; ee f-r lav.1'ie' f->r the year !- >. m : U' Lc-iis Mrs MtItes
;
'j lice,
by abrt>iru >(&* of the r.v. of hAt precivel state*. .tF
fl which d th-.ir in- No. I*!. Ill, O P, a* the property ci the Union 1 tO. ian.e M % .
un-oaraf
: IeL-t'.rI I a* ie-4iie.: do, and r.-rtit* their color from thon' Price. ?I per b ttle. 'i bvttlc* for .S. h So it c I I. ii.
tb-eir biIiat flank of Florida. beeti I slut1 a ;
1'U, t4. tS.-If trajr.uI (1? aIt.r tIate.
*ray*. of XV OartMt.No. Tit.puMtv are repocttull) rein'f J !S -4 ix CctiIt of ii I.
: N XV the tIaitlet. the
No. A. ( t-r
3i0. tflUI 4tI3f4 Ifr 1Itrd. but ah ) 25. u property memberruliconstantlv that it i* S.mJ,' SiMjparilU .-' c"re I- CaI js. a-f I'! taile, iii and
*i 7 Si Co 4, ci lUrtUtt. tie. 10: ArrionKtBVl tail 0 j 1ILI fl-Pt,
?h& :; r4 entI ad beaI I rr.iy be pardrn Haul. A vtetitir4 aeIaieiiiiaieh tiFfs el i.IHalIiitht'fl
Poeaie-Ie'sry r.an a '
1. r that r-vijr 1rr,,.ViOtV. wPii. f ATTIC No. 23! 212. N A, 59. 11", 1 t-:;, ** i ('e i. i i)1 It.N Sifl't* ) tft&-t %VhitiIis. I-rae1 letsmr it II ri-ti ),itv. lair a I said ( :iitV,
TP3U4 I Ih bank <* the Slate cf N>w Vcrk. ia Wall st., mui.tditticuit cLass -' de.et.-r' vri the ctaie (
<> of R.I 'Iii i.tiTYjrtkr4'ia
.V A V.1'W of JI O P. ai the pr-perty thmm hetn.J TItII'ltII.Us: -
thff and vi44e hand 1
LV bVL i. to B* TTW,-hant lV *la iiy after non, and presented rLec k for frame i* iul.'ect : tlieref"re) IIatisitt0" t.cri.t.1l. fat
oa .13
?') th* aU of th k have bata allowt check ) t the F'44 I ku- > f ike Jhcr. T'Jii LIai'l.ufl. : Vat-i..ii, \Va P ( aslnt? M l' Ia
rjcn > I lft. The teller t.! i!& th aria wrr.t C [ aria, am ri:> a
\ N A M the c-I '
rIiI v TV4rt, Sf HH iII. WVr it ia pincer tei I for Or-O of crmparm ,ifnaIifes. i.Adwhii N i. i. "i.-'J. property 2.S. it. -- ) 'II1I %Viii..te. .
has *
l b. oV I.or ifeSsi
Pteep' th, frtn th* openti .a ')f myvt f the who had -. l.td the F' Mercer. -__; ______ __ .- itIC. VhiiI Ie. Jima-s % otS4C.
pr''talc.ns I he wa ton, man pr No. 15, 3'J, O P, as the 'r.p.rti of estate of K Hot \RF. that x\-rk well in Itoniac i ra-ci.t ni acre nit!
}? M Wat'in. .taathl
*. I w..r,4 do */> ; b it vif-vrH aV a wh'4, asBe'i < I izd of filty d-.lhr bilN l IbIn e aafl the I' I IX liconhia' alttr date. I
*-h Ht, a pile JOHN)) XVH.SON tsell. IC wilt rrdtstaranI
Walker t..leraMyirjy.XVa.n Ii iat
rt
Star
r.da Viiiitit if
> intrirat **b- r.iadc off N'M: t t4. an.1 : iKM '
and r-fnrned.
I had i.SIchicTS as
odit vast feller
ao-r a a I r. ..inter, ir d I,4ur that Anru4t I 1. Isat. 'i TaPol.. tit TilUha-ee. I or Pre** IItRF %VaItr) MN I I) 1-.. an' %V.ltf-r'I. 1Issr.rd. Sn ttittIrerahIC
Jart to th,. j r iJlin/ .iirr..jr t if thArari'aii m.th th-n. t. the a .n-mt of *--',- < ". Th rr haih ---s\ ; 11.-It. I Of IichaartI G rrtbate eft.esiii

t"A*, 4. r du<:e thr !wrrh* if artifinaiiv imrK* d! c.jdioverrd to the hold) robhr. It i* almost ) Cotton (iiii.ANEXV !:I7Iorsa1eIo- ._ Ikrrin.: ? Vann, h.-namiia) .IaICes K. Iraorne.? JU'L' i-f ucb e1fClItiiT
n no ) *
%% as
Weten. jaacharCP
eIoq j 1ahTi4j and prodixn- Ifl4. and to nHIto q3 y t'nt therh- -k.va< a firzery.OR SIXTY SAU' COTTON GIN) and WHIP.! I % Sti.KV .nd II lIarriflttfl. iat .-. Viat (liariCs D,. ('eiinlv. anal tfla C Icr niruIa'l a apreintfa h said

PtCow4e dironii,1e-4 rtrietIfl of tta4* with inontrib I- : for i!* clii. .it the Auctu? n Store ol II.rchr I I iii' VitIi..nI4. S ainiit-l < 11114 aa te.tafliCfliCl!CIt.IILE1 S. SJ4LFX-

fl I1se jti'>rn from it. I r frK.t rMi*' th IT 17 tRY. EI.. Tallah .-.-*.--. iteord. jamca I. wiuminis, I. I' wilt. itin 45:

W'freMior' that tk. bill is trKrt-i .,:i*; m'/rc tnnpr- Tia's4-iy. the 'thI July 1.1-1--. :>' JOHN P. DUVAL. \Vnntrd hurls, Mrs i 1 Vstiiiv.is. (. S. May fl.et. ;.
trnvi?'. ftn ,
*d inOadtif-n -
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and itKr jo t than the a't of I'-.li. whi h it *1- D.d b..rie with in.A )! ., TheaueI twn aId. n No.
F.meticie
l+r*
-TrKvr.wlth 1#. Vtndlj than I thrti-, f..rM.l.Mri (IFISTr.R of Onl.w' co-ntv. month after date, I sIatil apply to the l I' ii1t be \ tillfl nithiC, """' tilt'life I C..44 rena, .ilcer CZSI for aile byI -

4t t1Itt wp [ d'ie riot ,e4iee rae freen roy wt of IhrdSf.Ppard.. rnerly She e of I'r J lit. for Jfitrin county for >\.r. : )U. ittV -. fir ii" P.ad-s. Ck! ??, ..nd P. hLVW.IP.
of her aze. } 1tadv.tti'd 11 -
teizt rnak.s it .freance peri'inaUy I North CarfJin in thllh year io-rj tli Adrnir.i trator of JicoU! et Pv '. I'Ii.
!? ;# and aJWtmnate wife, anal baa of dumi' as % : Y4th -
'41.t ar4 pa f, wa, a kind nv.lher an Iitof satdt'tantxdeceased'M \N ; '
arl ftieri'4 l t-> 'TIq4110 I : i
lar cirie l n( reUtije* 11" '
L VM 'of tkete c i ae'aatP. t- left a c 'u'i'I'tf't''n J.l 1.

!9 'hkIt4a< l.a t> r, Y'41 phq,. rr.f \\rj* "zri,'?
b" ThR !*..its ndird 'a a ilt)? i-Ic! rn< ;-
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LEGAL NOTTCES.AOTICI N EV\\ V (0 U K O\8Nf.] WHL2iE!
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i lln ,\l'inUTn\T OF Rrmtdy for Worms may be found in
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trj Wl.t 1 .. DrfOodrarra
; : IIVILDI': ('. ---------- -- -- ---- -- - -- I'RIiT WkflFIIOtE OLflJ J LJNTh oJ y\ 'rrr' 'jLaU- tf tT JCIrpIIE
STAIR g J .
JlOUSI: ,\ND :. PRiCES KIDI: rin: THKinliscnbers; are now rt' 'mnta ime assc -I-t [C.
.' C..IS..l.1fJIlS'I:. r-
v( (amIOETS. 4 'x in''iit Ia.. afltr 4j1\ "'. IsIn'.I:I pitsin' mx cO above preparation f.t XVorms
1 1'1 1 I C.ERVUl the' l'rniun Jaijk) > .its aI.1: \O'lchl1 to I hiI I Hi-n. Jud '1"ol" I'ra- AT TilE ItTI.IYE 1-iT.'RLt"IUU HR) INGS xxhichlhex( are pripartd to ma&utacture( in tam rNu'dy. It has 3hantaiCl"14 a in "
If cn'
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I (.'VXt ,Ioor ouf it.- \diuiiiHtrator ol Sunl..1n.u. I PRINTS ONLY, BY the most fashionable malllll'r.1..1'1.. a (Ian;.' "I'I.ly ol other lor XX'e. r..
that he i pn'pJrl" .I 1..1 (.ln\ preparatie.ns rms, f Ira m lhe factii :
$ not.ce' ins"ends anll tlu' hc .. d 'I'.OISI..I. and .applx for Id tarE ol I dMni":,I'.n LEE & BKKWSTFaK RUDY HIDE (nOTIII() r;, can he ixen: with perfect saf fx to a child\ ] .:
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> ru. XX'. S. 'IIIF.U: : r
J articles of LA ill> 1'1'1. i.ri < ..J ."lmmutrJtlun. (made up bx aur-st-lie-.) i in t th..1-ittst sfxte.conMstinff 1 size ; nt,r is it nece sar) to Jn. any other U/H(/dat:

iG1Vf made "P in< at't">* 'I"t. t. lie,. Mi1I, I 1"1'! ;. l' r";tIL__ H EIMR STREET: xi:xv HRK in part uf with it, or nfttr it. as it operates ul"'n |he k,1"11

j wnr "nan'in *\ Mat THIS STOCK) ..i& pRix'iEi\ CALKOES) I\l'arl cJrr) in!; a\-a. the XYornu and d an"III' the J"d.*.
bv any 'lu. N O1ICC. FIAN'ISCUS 'Ir.\'JU Frock Dress and Iltislncss Coats : "
correspond;: .* Ith, | nfinal all ft'f'e'lll1'1'1 hi. d l fur ca.h aid -li<.rt ,'rediREDUU.D of lIuht'althy secretions at the same e."t*
;b 'prices Tab1e! l.f ,'arioui l."'\ t. \ S I l\ in.mthh afl r dot, I shill pr.-scn .\-I4;m\TL\: : : i HICKS, arc ull.ft',1 riT.\K is: t this tsai (tin cl to a inform I Illt'l'utrlu' that he Black and (brad ('I. th, Frock and Dress Coats .'/ trial of it, HV think, mil Kire '.

timf. flureaI4. ",1''', rlec""tiol" an,1 .i.-i.mt x ouch. as the Adminstrati r .I J. has remox.d his (il'in.t; \Xar.hou-te to the Cloaks,I OxercotN: Twietl Saxa Gotha any un.. It net Cure e\- ntifallM? '*
&t
\Wardro'\ Cha,". and every .t t1t' I.A.I iv".__!..1 ,i.ilannH to he I'un.r,1 tr in rlx l Starr & ('o., n,'\t dooi Pus CoatsSurtonts. .IY. I' case, lut 'Jcb
mtupiidhx Pxaxer (
tees, ._ ....1... .r rPr.1 ; .I..J huiWinjIorini and our confidence! in it, that sic are ".
Yard
fctxle ol r urniture in. 'c P"I".i 't;;...nl,1 Iul at l |.id".il: Probiti; ; :of Madis'M I : Count. l..r kller 1 to fi Cents Per ; t to |l'tak'. 'I ni M l mnl(:u.t.r> ill t the r'ar: ol xxhich hint. IMaln summit 1"a'I't tr, lt.4Fwna'fittingiri every 'I stance, willing the |10."****

: ..llesln- ....... H,' i i4 att) "thd W"'' .,, i, ,t dfc4:,,??? ..\dmli.trallr ...f -ei4' astate.. ,ni-Kn 7V//.V mi: /'HICKS of .ii'Jiii. n.N! Is> ';irrx .n the luisiniss o| a C.\ HIM.FKKRFXDLRrAKKRandUPHOlsm : be rtfundtd. or no"le* *S li I
such '\00" Mil* Sitin Silk CasaliuiartV.ilsrici.a
thIiIJIII of' H<"". ". all.l i.. i\; XX ... .1.. M.\ : : ? :Hr:!;alill, Black and figured :
1114 I'thi4 : '1"1 I <;tn ; l'"rd'I' an- iriuranNed I lie *-am and Silk V..I.I.I'.A'TS CrRTIFICATESDr .
t crp.'nt..rit. .. : :M!1.i J ; price
..t..hlll1"" tt I"I.JU e..tiiity. > rtd to e\e.ule( anx nkrs in cithirof
J.nUy m\l\1C" 1i'I' : rt..l"t'1l'r"l' fariir
Wilt h slich a.i to alloxxaiH. 11I.111. l I..r a .ruen jxriod.ff Wuodmff. : I have had
-. (IVEHY IESCRIPTION.A a
.1 ltaftm.\t whi'' ti. "H'itr t the aba'C !1-rii.ches ol Ins ixi-in. sHe ". t
him emplY. ---'olicc'-- :)- Citd.ifiits (rencxxcd and corrected thilx )- child that has Ui'n sick far sine' : t.me ffc. :
rit'B 01 f ImiUin tlli\e \\i at ".,1qfl hinds I l* I'rn' id..l with I tin best Materials for (lacniriuf.icture J. f 0 \ M:KV L.\R4a: sORTMK'NT IF ins what was the matter with(( it. in
work. if it IIO not 1UJIS .bh' the uld'r.i "rl \\ iHiJ ,'r. rc il it i lit; I h pric.s-are placetl in tile i>' ; we haeipretti i
of hi. iil L I'X U'IS) attr n"d.c" t II iii1r livel. .i.nl .., lit With ,.."Ii ordcndJU : .f III'W artirl.s 11 Calnntt Fnrnilurfsu. Cotton & I.intll Shirts, Cotton( Xett Merino iris 1"I' '!tiilg a-y tllln; far It ; Loisteicra, (
thi"ct !h .
aY "nrk.me I'trl'1il .4-'it ,t.I.t.,1 ) Jud" .'h as Seen lanes, Hiireius: ; Tables, IJ.II..II"! to"lrx bat
fI''lt.1. coi.cliul.d
( .,f ; : n" sail I Is.- I ,1-H I ,, 4fi; IV '5 Collars, Lamtrs-xxool 'alltllnSII.cks. same ef
T\ah.f .. ;t \I.III"ur .___ __ )our J
thl cti7oi t bt'ath than titte .f .I ('I'.I Chairs, &c., Xc. III thentatist' and! most pirftistxlc .Verier, thinking. piot.al.lx *
Idlu..1lisi."i.m might be XXoraJT
made and
aul"l'rl and Flannel
coutry.l 1" vO"l'1 rtln : anlt".tI estate. nf 1T.. {'IH.I.nd, llr :A oil re.N t_ He will al"o repair an) de-cnption of furni had reduced it s.. much-acrerd.n'lv: l
heIa'\ h.rtlf"n' r..i(1 .. .. ", ,t.itc Craxats, Jl'alh ltsas-rahstissatia! ( ( xxeccmr,
) ptrflLt a",1 tojCy f"1 ::' I X no'il'is! ,altar dtte tlu !,' niil. \iliiun line ilsiIaz / '*
th\ to iu "a\r.cton. t. "..UlrmU.dI: .' u.i rsi: Gloxe-s;1 Drawer", our V r.firw( .. by ttr tnp.'011 fa .
tiat lu' m.\c lltil" 4.111 1.lr..t. II>' JilmSlim! d.'f".a.'II. lift of 'R.m I He ixould 11 turn Ii.! zritifnl thanks tlw-ililt.O" h Host( riihtlx named,) when.( a I Half
their "')nit': .' a' I ln'r.Fhplf '" t1 Ju:1: '' __ (''"l1t xx u'L |tars--I t his ?final; sealant 311.1 I xt.uchtrto of TtiIUia! "sf for tlu liln'M! ;pstrotuire he his alreadi I Hanrchiifs, silk. (3'11' Hats and menced ;passii \ ..UI.., ,wlontmuee! J mKsT:
l'1"- bnc, I.e. C1a-i, ,
'!" --- the I II. 'lora'il! Ind :.' of "Pr.btt.. tar lx..n (''lIIh.. .' rrct \ro,anti tt';p .(''lutlv. solicit a continuancof i HuotsandShex several da; ", aiiatml U had! .:.-,1 m< re Iltan: f
&c. 1
otC
s, ftr,
--1 __ and ask fni A ilivliirC"' ln>ln said ..idniini tntinii tin-ir t;IMII-,, J" he |.ledri-s? hitr.M to Lic satifartion !- SU"l'llld'rJ. ,/,../, saute of them t (apt r triune m l. **

.w'-r6 : 4 X tnonlhs, ilvr A,,\ \ II.f''ut; Dtnl taitbe thin unnL1'O: I to all xxho mix gixe him their rtlcu balsa irl Erry} requisite to a Gentleman's anrobe! tWMtre! and kn.,IN.el toy that in haid! (lm'1 nstl.' a.t5**

1iT1I.l' .M. \X\E.L. nnOjGnra. (! in part MiJ. e a.., "l'I.1.J"'I.h'r" "(\..113\OpJilalitu,,\*U (JtHiti l f.r letters 'If.I..mit..i"u l Leon (''Ullt "Ja\ ::1"t 1 > I IlL< _." iin price and ipjilitx: I..1 l I ln i" \xtrkJamurj ran l lao found at t Ih(lain tstaMishme( ( on th* most nasonibletirms the(, .) could not t b* "-pjrate 'I" TE. I tat 1 I" 10. V"To
the ountiH .t1w J.II.f I, : : Our k will 'In hx-th- apart K'fKjwu that < XX. rrn )
Th"' wih atel" ( .i" :1 :'lain. tat.rlhe .hla. liannl. 1 1I II HVrsoii Circuit Court.To -- - __hH___ ; s.s replenished g J..dICnt..1III '.luaf'
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ntrllil" tf r"I"ri.h. Jo'klm anl"rnkli" (otl.,1 I *. mith. .I.J. %I.te clr C "unt file Irn-jnls of the IIINIIIO.rI I arrirall.faIrru.t xts"rl fn,in Xe-x 'tork, ata- a.sxe>iir b*. sn'd: f. n.eci bit >andr,;
fli4riet $ .
site nj; rirt. .( ; l D.\\'IS..II'r.. NOVIMBFI: TIIM, l hI' I Tiny the season, I bx nt\x C>MHS purchase( bx Mr the) onlv kit,'A e>f its Sir".. -I tisve ttlnrlu
?:.-. ,? the Ap1blhich "\"..f .1'ri. ij IIF.I u: l)mctors, of t the \ rini. I.'anllir; .\a jlumI xxho'will HIM( a-it.
\ \ finis BJnh..rtll.JEt'f'n"JII1 I : l .ill STILLM.\: Sill liH' rertificarth all
Cout a-: personrt rtinun dunil! the )OIJ ) f kna-sa
(.C.eoriiia Th". _. (\rl fth L'ut',I t'i. 11'; ._ ___ __ _._ I would intorm the ol I tlxiuthtrii tie may .t"
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IIY :._ _. L ; ;at illiamsburt. i i public ) .
T..u. find i3di .
-- h..tt.lt.I to th h
a-ul C"CUHU : ill\l.t.IIII.: arc ? winter f"r thatpnrp.sc XX'e (flitter\ aaitrsa-lsa., I li) a ih< rai <- r Iie>l i fII",.
? the ni.'rict. lUI"t Chaile' Miller' I I ) t Ii. II <.1 I tin* lilwL of tin- pititiofor ) Stilts tint, h\ a n.rc'lIl law al f (the L" :isI sue.h an arrange I'nlf'lIl. and bx s.HIM EXCLUSIVE: : J'l'Erll SHIPPEr!

t States at TalU'ussceWM 1.1, pn''lt mv fnal f.prjeI-sr-I .. I.tturi',tli< \ irr 111iaf.Wa( '..11. rrr. msmepitu'ntp ., be"e Cul'arrahu-iuI '
of ill md ti
RE.4l1flNCZ: X I"th. af'r in TI;.I, thai cais.-; tlu.y rORCASll.xxt I hall -raaal..l? to !'11 cheapi ) 4'', I
ENI nn .1H.Tlbhu.tHm .. I __ ,. .11' .1.1 ,ulrhcr I 1.101.I itisl.e af are rejuind to apj>e'.ir .iml |'li' id to the SZitfll., it anplo.it _'.v I lag board from ot liar Statts. 'I hi istheohhInstiintum <. (thin all, other establishment? in t the ,.ily.11
I I. flRCW( ( .. ; ( the) kind ill the Fnion h.ixint (bet' '
C. h"I..h.l. ,1,1 ot ; ifoiindtd
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Itit- .
::. ( ta.tc in a'iit t for I all.ht.r tl.1 ) h\'I'. a"I'lnlm; tap Iii-: The liairt ':. iso persons in want ol al I...1 thin.; an "pectfiillx iris ill'l n >:MARK\BLI-cfnr (<> 111.\, OR TPf ,
; tt.ou
\ TU I \X\\t. tr .\iIttsiuii't' I tIl t--itta- ? I bx' I he CIII"lIi..1'run'II': ill l 17is.lrom -; ; awl .
.- .s .hhJr' a. r.alpr. |Mrtx.situite ,nortliol, M"ntiP.-11.-, and know .. 'toe all 1 xalilllii alitl |ud'f for t(mselxes. ThlSMtoCt-rtltX.th'ir I !..t".t.u.! | 1),. .
l.r. fj \Vy .
t. htt' ii ":111.r''a."J ashtsNos. I time and 11'111' ill the ,ith addition t itslocilion.bfst uliplid, lor SOIlII"'r..I. (
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\Iril -- l'orK.SI "-4s tail ( I. \IK: .VS"HLLMXMonroi rulUs4' XXnrni x-cifn" in rr.s famih
:1ttiUI.
IltCOII flIH 1'/lk. j\.t r- ':.IT. IUHST.: the town (
n1:". h"t.l'f. 1 11.1" alI Irilll ("H.t :1 Y' I .fi',.| (s I 1'1.11\.1 I I i inli r.-st 'lromtheinerxitiiuheit.il. : : (ti. South I Itscnntnip '"- Xox.ml I I. |I" |I-:,. I r. It aw ix iniinetliit.lv 4ime Jy Ira,. .,.. it f.ud',.
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\I' h _J..I14.r..1 ;nils( is ot' the bu'lii-l I hnl'r : nine out of? 1.1casts -" 11U.
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.i"l al" !: LLOYD 1.\Cn. Nut M.CXXIS .v SPEXCFR.June call.tl) lifftn; ( STRR, & ._' .. ; i..I.\.r. i it I ... ixtil \\lII'IIIII'lir..l..i' t \ month .t. iexhibited .U
i.I.I.l | I ta Xllx's for PU'ilCollOII ? SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
:I IIarsaa.lt tn liii' 1 (ts.n.i .: ... ( Ifl an..tt..r case-, a tilL I ot ratlttr
'sl'1. ; .tita. .u. if (tl. disease.; I"i.t i ;isx of a. .-". is sle;urn-r. il\ill'st.ip tit lirj.-
: April-, I t. ::1 I I" m.Il, 'l'r.h.th'I"r Ifhr '1 C fihilate. ItI_% li'al : (.ill.AXEXV it a \xh.nt t not (.., (Irointheslum( I he tn "l'. r"HIIE I : subscrit,, s tike ,aIaaaaar.' in mfeirminjf (tht Illf'altlt.( lot h.> rom|.laine-d( preltx ce.itsianta; ,.e 1. .

MD.pAp, .. :i-.) JI..t. % "."rh"10:4 .\lrltr, if JeretiijIaI :. : six rs' \ \ CM'n'ox iix; and XVIHP. ..rtl treitment. Up<'II the '1"II.tt..lr..ih' sxst.' 'iii, is HI .1. eiti/e- of '( allahiaasaaarah I the MirroundiiiL.countrx I n, IVlluj: ...h-littlll:1t she (hail; Urn ('. ul,,

1 I"i ", : i H._ {v.' I I ".." 11'. I at.* ".1- siJ (ullty.r.l ; .iii I .Iial l I t Ia.ii.IlI1'I ,: l I..r asi.. .:It'. it (InAm ''on Mori-of' II .1I..111ol..ra."II. il h< :ipirtnu nt-. admit a ol( rhstilir.it I t th.it t th-) h.ne just rtcfiwd I b) thelistar- : xxith"XX'ortnsof( some k itsd."t';.lrlllmtt"'d I Ui, -. $,a-

I V. ill 11.1.1.. I)i 11 .r (titii" """I'elllui.lr .\\rd..r I ES.J: Tall liii. is'i-a'. t'ion .I| 11.,t'nt-t according( to I hoar i "t tat- ot mindtnd i I, rat sabs (1r..111.w X. "rk, ;.1 spl. naiad assortment of cifi md to e.nr asfemishintnt. it brftuhf tram t",
Cunrt.
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11. I'dirl' II" tlU lir.t I\.r tw.I t1. aitol. ,.. ,'% liar kt.! .c' 1I.: UtW.I't : Jni\ I. I 1-. i.;. :vi JOHX p DUVLALL :iN" a ...,IIi'I..te dixisioit >ith'| t d lass s i>f SIM.ItI i i1'h. t I'jshn inble; ( I'aney and Stalk] Drx G.I.; And a ntttitbrr of j>irrt$ a'J Tope "'/lTtI., train I I... {I.,

'VI 'IClit olflC' "n til' % b1rtiiry tll '"' .1iTi !,.' 'I. __ tari isci.II. lit, and (tie boird I IpfrwXV. (tht) \\ill be cont mil) reccixin;! 'from New York six or '/'llIdl." illlf'll1"h'1 Sine- that tim, t-

"Ith% in.Z. rm f.'nncr 'oc1II.1 J1.IT.-r"'n_ \ollc'c'. .. hoe tara? (h d-r.n,/>-, .1 pirlor ..."tnlli( tarn 14)1-) ind Xi-xx Orltans, ("e I.cted bx the I first IteniscH, ill I the (health (con-ideraMv, '1F 'reel : and I hiivh

nllh.'.T'rtlul. NoC p.-rson ind..'..d to the .bte of h-ata.rt: id, wllh) "lIrl.ill", I' irM| .,, iaat4, 'lrr.I..Ilp."U"JrItn". .atali! I' 'phce, xxith( tl I.: irnaf..t care and attention, doubt but hat I the Meli -,r>e Ins relict ed I.. r ..f t fat

Nv.nwr :. 1 "n. '2 .. .- 1 tiivih4 :llr l\t al : I.t lie I Ititi.s I I 1II1"lfI'$ |l.tt.' ol? l... tti Count) d'-c.'asi-d.xxn i mirrors, laskeaaI a |I.iall"c airy randahs! f'>r sum particnlirlx fo- I this ,mirket all stas nable ifmnls in much to !I.. .!rul."rrn.: The St'W ific'i, 'lt

I.. o'c. n ( f. "iat.s' "f I'r.ha\ I ()'Ht.lur (letters mike jintaieatita- pi.meitt to the subscriber' ? ; alloJ rrti'r n'reit( nn e\ttn.ixe mclosure for ,'\'nmcrar' 'he aboxe line, which the.) trrr low for cash! at high repute ill tNi i>Ia< "-. and Ii is 11"011' stub a ,),.

9 J"r1 flit ''( .. ,\ ( n di"m'.I.n'. $4 II'mi"io' 1ttniirtal.! (:r3hf. ,' themh,trui.: rlailns ....i:" s.nd astat.tQot ,"'lit .l<.s ; a earn.i/<> for morning and i x,'nuu rid,.! ; (thtirstort in dllihas,.ee or M'.nti.Ilo.. liable retried. for \"rm'l.

.3. & 1 S'I.t.OHS1' t. 'W,I .4 saIl .n".L..a..l. \ them I f.r Ila rJI'nl to \Ih..illi..lroalur"! iii.,,, th. I :i r.'idinr.xim! (lur:iished! with), iMtoks aw.1I1.pa.. I.. & II GRFhXIJKRG; : : & CO. JOHX J. LITTLE.
.N1) lot' .t (.. sT.NDLIv.: Mind I I. lets; T. XX"hite.xilIe, Harris Co.Ga, Jan. II !
ATrOHI'Y ). --15
\. cm\ time rc.jtiire.-elh\ lixx.orlhix will h".rr''II..ftl'\'e-1 |'*'rs anal mar,"uV S \'ari"'H means
T \.1.,1.:1.: til t."n'11:1H ""II.rn I..j '. .I 1111.. j.-h---'i .'i ('"'Int V. J 1.,1'- I';. 2.i rm'IX rx.- I K T. rml'li'IT.Inaillist.( itor. :\ ( "..i.I..sin tin building and ;pn'achi-s to TaCollcrforN -Aolicc.-
rn :u"I'li"! \Ih .. .1. : S.Mntli? ,11lulrl) DR. WOODIU'FFSDYSENTERY
1 h\'in 1"tl..1 l..hlf.t '. I" l. |12 yj ( lao I'Jti"'III.\'t'r% 1"'III't.I'III'I"ir| |
: : __ __ > l'iVFthiis: dax lexied I the follow lots
& Tr".t "nt"I ,'lu.i.Itl' T upon : or
'. rI. th..ir atteiitiii .. .. !ha.dirCaat( to Dr JolIN"LI I Phxsirian anal
.. U :" '".r.n.'r !i'l ro t tie i I.is > e>lief the north CORDIAL.Fur
1J : XViIlian-i
-'u' Iflilittuli :,0'rd.1CI'H'm MTintendtnt of t the Ea..IL'rIJs loin
{ ..." (.,..urtLDH .f ti.,' StatC, \ u' l'f..I'" ti'" ( ,'lh. tngoittst Imal t I.f. ""isfin, iabtata-at: to the e.-tate of I II.! .nrx J (Ixirir VirciniiMinh ea't tjiiarter. and the nutha.t halt! of t tl.e nertfxxtst ). Dmrrh'n f
ti .I th.' ii1rctflC : Th.amaa j jvsst. I.i 11bkill" .rter Section twtntx-one T.. } three Di/icntary, Cholera Jlor .
1 ,
xxnship .
Titvw&IL atte .1 the\ (Ir'u.t. tit ,..iI44iCtE II'.r ff d.! .< d. late of I. on ( ''lIlh. are I 11, l-l I'.. :11 i I lowltiw I e4u .
\11.\,1. -, iL anal I shAll I titeti.ijil)1 1 1.1. Ranee three, ci,ntainm( hundr. und sixtx Cholera Infuntum, and HummerChildren.
fafh Hf I'.f.urh.r :{ Late flt EAi.! Ci.iIIi '(-,) uait i'iaaI t that p ixm.-nt nu..t U tna4a.vi it boutS -- -- -- -- -- --- : one acre
hr'h i. 1.1'" { .. .1 kt1erst. d n" .1. :1'\'II'.r.: JfU> ta, S. sip.Ll.Yt l : ; a.s no furlh. indul- of land. Inure cr less and! t,: (In sold before the C 'nriII.iiised.M CY':11"71' ,1 .

TjoTrTiuisi' 1- T"ATTORNKY 1 n: )I\IXI; ;. gent-c rail IK t.dXXIM.iri I. I WILLIAM I L H. WARD I .r, in (lie foxxn e.f (Z'tj nry.en (the fir.t Mon) -

::1 t: XTTOIIM.X: \1 LXXV .XMMih.NKKALAOEXTUtj : alas\ July IIf; for the (.. t.,.. due- Gad-selen;
.V 'L'1 LAN. Jek-rsn ( tEi't% :: __ r.IX : M \\'XJ G. .'uimrhatrilarV in 'ml\' from Ilvtt II If IMI lrd. late I' S. Minuter
1 1 '? 1 I" I';. .: of XXashliuton I). C.I ;. Countx; for tIe- \,'?rs I 11.1 :. j I" I II and I".J(: and cost ishorse Belgium.
(ttilcy i 1.'lorlda.; (;, ,I..n __ _. _ __ the of \I"k..ra ,:11 tn-I.
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f pruptrfx
( or HrpiicrT\Tivt
he will atftn. )
.V >PE( TrULLYanneMine. strut
WILL attend' the .t.( .)nr t C.\ft(if MId \\ ,-|.'r:di. -1 r'lf..:fkr.I tiTfl' my final! ac1"1'1' NEW\ SPRING GOODS I, I RE I a (the pr'''''iition ol "I.urns 11I'1 Ion' the sexiraRxientixr J.)1I'JrIII.f.! : ..-:, XX'a.hinzti n, I). Crrii ; ,1"1". JJ j
((I I"t < ; rMrr t. 41,1iwr.1n1U1t1athrit ? tTiI- Quincx. Dec. 2':'. IM t '!'t (... Tax CollectorL.aus ,.
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"t\I\ .: t. ll'ooihiiff: MX dear Sir : A fv
: .' ..n t .unties; ;" 1" : I) -|" irttn.-nt-i at I ha4; >v*'mint'nf. and daja,sircelrereixtel I
.. the -- -- -- ------
: thin.
StMitin.. i I:.I.<'
--} ____ I..t.., .1tIT'r.'f(..t'r, of dml."I.h n..w r. "-.'lm..: |1"1' l Ian 1.111,111'( a id d.ilv I'xI'LK '0 t tie "stttlemi of J'lIt.1irrC'.unl.. t. claims be- FEW Laws ef Florid late stml inc Mv friend Cot: Stattorn Juno, sCald

t _;'_ : :ns'iisTAtoro-: \VDF.R SCOTT.J. Is IN"'fill 1"1' 'tr'i Pf<'01,Kit- 1'1 1 \..\\ Va.rk a t t.itaI : tore ('Comrni-Mior.e 1U1I1.r Indian or other Treat,.!. A See-ion copies, (for -ale Pamrhlet by t hare part ot I it. the remainder I Lave Ian aside rUse

MERCHANT \1.111"1'1.1 ",'rill'' III II t 1 F \ CY .\Nl U -:1'\ (I. Pre-emption :and other I.and ('I.urns, and to tlil .. xx tun I may me-d it.
I COMMISSION .."ir! *. ('on.,tx .tI'i.' ; *" ':in March 21 Isj. P. A. HXYWARD. OT the ether I haxe stideda
;. : lll\: COIIJ.! >, "IL..I! I Inir .r II spring iaaIZatn.- 'l roenrintf ol Lind Patents to Pensions in the .Xrrnx ----- | ase stattmtlntcty:
Ni,. I. Fr.nt I..L., - tr.vlf, ..ti-ist ili: in p. n "f the f"U'Iill' : :ltd \"\) or busine-ssconnecti' thtrexxith to the ).Male 'iax-CollcclorN: Sale. appreciation of it a* a Medicine.

p NEW.oIu.I\Ns.EI.UNtt! 1.f months! after diII fSIX present our *r- I F"n" Prints I'tflo 1i.iatshows l : ? .htaimi of Patents tar scientific or useful Inxen- virtue of (the jwiwf 'p.'d in roe bx law I shal Haxin( used (the Cordial ef Dr M %XVoerfrrff

1T71LLY attenl to Wk IN4. lanf' tIs.-! Whit'LIIH'II Drill, h"II'b Isra-aa, loiis.and tit all other business of natuie BY d. not hesitate pr.onr'ince it a inewt valuable Mid-f ficine
"on .
." current an( tl Jiidje a public re (- for tie', (IM-tor" the Curt Houw doer in
\ xith s'tiscani
4 I\ ; ail l'4t1UV.1UING. pr : .. IndettI f.
such
r atfcctior-3 cl the bowels
'it tat ..t(','r*. .and ih. n apdv; for ISrovin atanstrlhse ''I"irill( an AcentClaims the cit <.f i Tall-.aha---ce, county of Lean, It
.,iateIi.Niieintir,: I..tt.-t-s J'r.nt...1 dismission. and) executrix otJos. :i'i:iir d P....,l\.., aduat.-d Robes, asamst lixuluals, prompt 1) attended to, xvesvjmefimes sutFer \xith m the South. 1 how 1If'!.
". 1- l ,. I' __ r 1..1ma" On thfjirsl Monday ill August neil, iiii; at all equal to it."
__ .ill Xt'llltC lat'""-|U'. d.'. ased. Cotliinadi, titles mxetitat 'd, Xc
: ---Dr. .JXO. G. ( ;\IBLE. Jr., 1 :1 I 11 I UN" UExTTY. Vork Mivtur.M I, n.b Muslin Information guen frees of charge. All letters the follow! proper) or so much thereof asxxilpax : hENRY XV H1LLIAKD

\. P.i\TTV (tamhroon Nitikiu, Fallt'm.t. <.atidlkrnillu be o t.raid. the State lax due .n the same far the Xtar 1"1 l'tXV :

I. OFFEK t his Professional. .S.-rxices.. tothe (iti7RDS J.'fK'rs'ii C.rtintx', I' !!* lf- *<.-' C..Uun" liii Se.irl-. RrrrnrNcriHon : J, X XV 4. S I-, 1 ?>, K .'. N and adjoining' To I,. .W owhvff:

) aha s-.it and it,xicinit) tV : London Dulling, -h S.1tUlotfll'c IIiriTcKr.irf .A. S. XViiiTF U S. Senate.a. : lamU belonging to Col R XX. ilhams, ois net not Dtar Sir : MX little: -<.n xxas al'acledith Dj u.

-Nov.--I.-1S13.- _. __ _t l.i:1at l'laaaI C;UI ltam, ., 1-\ 11.\" 't'G.ts.U known. terx. about six xxeeks since, xiolmtly. 1 called u

M Q'BflSTATTORXEV !! Q IX m-nths afJ.r .t.! }'. r.':xl viI! applxO I-Iarlstoa Pancj Drwt Cajxs ALFX n.tRROII The E 4. X J: 4 and S E 4. S 2't; X XV 4. X E l, the bt-"t mtdical aid. without arresting the dijw.

t :XM D COUXsELLOirxT: L XXV, t., the hla.nirjjllaaati *. Jai4.e "Il'l.ha..r Cunt ,Rich rreiM-h work c..lbr, 14 J\MF" S'II'.E.II S 3'..T3.R"l.XalldlE&.SEJS ->f>. W i ofXV ( When I had nearly lest all hr pe t>f rt'C'our.1 Kcidtntl -

Jasper. Hamilton ('ounty., l"lorlda.Nnemttr IXIHI -a1qII .1iU: ii i ,n ''rl.r I In h Lnnn, fancy Silk I'onit., II I). R. .\TCIIS -O\, J 6. S 3n, T 3, R 1, X and E:., situated near Man- ) came across your Cf'rdial.ftf'1 'md.nr

t ?, IM'. 1"I ( 'alt."l.F.OIX Daimsk Lim-ti Nakins: Shadwl trmj Polka cord .. C. ASIIIY nincton, puqortmc to belt 1.4 to Lewis Conner and] the ce'rtiticatese>t itentltmen "he'm I see reccnunend

: CrantFIR.. ) 1'10\\.1. f H.tianlIh.. J. J. hi'RetdOIIIinOia. the Southern Life Insurance .] 1 rust Companx. in:: it, I coricludtd to try a bottle and began to rift

; ,.\\ NOTICC.ATTOR.N7.V tI1oITs: S's'&tlrnrJ4narrv L. C. liVl (,-n.. sujMr) Sleeve and tait sjirdks II S. A. Bona. *s, 5''a 'fheE4,5E4S'>. XV 4 4. S XV 4. S II'; X W3.SlTl.R1.SatidESlTlRl.NandE. it by dirtction.. one mo.rnillle alter breakfast and b!

tl. e.ji; __ ';ra Carrirn! :and Jacoiatts I." .' \% hale and colored X\"ILLIS C'RFFN.; of Kentucky. 1 ., nOon, to all appearance, the disease wu e-ntimj

W \ : Cras; < (.loth kid Glacts II JOHN PITTITof In.JjanaC except the E J, S E 4 of said section ; 01.0. E I. X cured. It has returned un him twice since but Lu

I ; A Nj:' "OI.'t.IOI .d'l I\t. Irish and Ihrt..1 l EalaTigs.\ C!.,.t,' iloJ a' S ( 'sta'tr %VJ,517T2.RlNansJW J ; ENVfStT& been stopped readily as before.Verv .

: _: : .. .,,t5. altar dl aj ;pU to th. Hf.n I CamSrir and :MIIMIId( |I'S' rth Itunntt Kib- .. B .%iaTIl. J, K I I. X and XX.. adjoining the lands belonging 10Gl. respectfully

'' I7Tl1.L. att4IIJ ili(1.\.ri t ouils of Middle Hon O Jnd>. of Prohati flr.ti Count* for Inz s an,l insert.:-,) lanai, I' J.\. XX'nie.llT, .. T XXard, Exj'r..about fixe, miles south-last of XX M. L BALI RD.
.
b JamurxT.1 l.i. awl! I of;.Decifur: C.unl\ Georgia. !. *... ol (!i"mi".i..lur ol Jolm Mooie; I51a( k Trimming Lace, Fancy Caps, 4' J. B. lOwuf t\uri. Tallahas, .>w nt'r nat, knoxx n. GeorgetownRandolph Co., Ga Sf pt. tO. bEGS
1-t. H
: Ute. ol aid. comtv" ftimpitn; I In-.trtiii})*, Rich Fancj 1'arasoletfcs J. :M i 1 HII.HFS 1 The E: J of X XV 4. of So, m T I. R 1 X anti XX',

.; S Tlios.; Ji7ilT hEir, \RDV MOORK.Jell. I'rintl..1 t l I'.in* I.a'\ Di. A targs. assortment of Ih'\R\' Jol'r..ltf: XX"iscon-in. v|lacnenear Likt Jackson ].urpe>rtini; ta belong to A fresh supply eif the above valuable medicines.

;.z. ATTORXEY AM J COl' EII.OIL\T I. \W. .'r_.. C.j'int x ,;, 1 1"2J OtnSIX ; \. S. Sul"hid.1'j1in.' French Howct, April I'?, I"'I i".. 1Col'nrtuorslni-* Char' .s XVilliamsoti.ANo just received and for sale bx Lewis &. Ames, Drcr-

l"Y7"ILL chntin'lt practice thp SHJM" 'nor. aid -- -- I'laid Swiss Mu>!lin. Fine straw IJoinuts, the following town 1 lots : Lot Xo 2-20 in the I Kist*, Tallahassee; aI'oby R. Manning, P. W Mia-

Courtstit JefTerson C'litntx', md u in I h. Ombre( Eagle l KjI'ulcKd 'e : I flri1'inall'bn t'f the ci'x cf Tallahassee, and part of I nington. Leon County Jas. B Meard, P. M ..Microookie -

.! Superior ('oirs: "fIH" Mid lie! Hi.rirt. and tf eC.iiiiit months. after .l present to the Hon I'lain S" i", and Bk do. Florence (
) of C.. .'. tll Fa.!'r DftncfRcsiJe'ice .. _'.- .l Pruhifson' C'.iuntx', mx fimliw Ombre[ Balzarin4s. Neapolitan THEiindersirne' ( under the firm of STARR lalnssee, also lit Xo i.; ill the south half of the Puleston. Druggist, Mci.ticello John GGunn .

at M.pntjei1Ii, li.(Ferson C"'llh. .\|.fl1iinesentrusted 'it a',. *oiK-he>im-lrator of Fnncisiist. Prillt'r Rutland{ II LLOYD and FL,XCO, will continue the mercantile I count ipiarter of said citx.Also Merchant, Quincy ; Zabud Fletcher. M,

xxith him,.xxill bcproci:>tlx atteneled >> Ute i.f said. ( Oavd; and shall thin a Satin Stripe; Mourninzi lucia I.acc II b-i-iness" at the) Store formerlx occupie-d t bx \\. FLloxd the lands pmr..rllll/ belong the Apalachicola China I Hill,Gadsden County Joshua Dan,of Gadsilen -

c to. 4j..plx lorletttTsofddininistrator' i:$l7arin N, "\"jctnria'm"" I. xxfiere the ill b(- pie'asetl) to "ee. their former I Land Company," I lying in the count of County D Baker. P"M., Chattahoochi. and

Mardi'. l-ll.: 11 t VEX HRIDGERS I FrarbatirainI inournint; I-ndioh PatternsMiulin customers( M ST.\lm, Leon txunded North bx the line of demarcation XX'm }'ow rs. Merchant, Marianna

iaf1-r-a (/'intv,"'. I l"l.i. 2: liI ;-in ran lace 'IrnnM XV F LLOYD XX'est bx the Ockl. ckn) Rixcr. Suth bx theceuntxof Mix 9, |I.1t. 42
New
York rilx -\o. I liJ Broadxxav. .
The a'xite w* re !.1..rtitl l I.v a jruith III nl?
JAMES BIRGE : j ta>te, and I h. rr>t-t assured! that tliosi \\lto\\ill known a> part .t rorbcs Puriha" In the Circuit Court ef the
J : I ino-iihs aft.- I rnv accounts : 1).111111'" Iiilnioiiary 1II'tOalli. MIDDLE: CIRCUIT IX AND FOR GADbDEN'CAJo
pnscnt JFlSHTR(
'. ( SIX call and a \tinini', f'Ulhtlt do otherwise than award ,
): :
.rRDPCJAl1 j .In-[ 1,1 \'JCI'r. to J',''jf ,.f Pr .bate! off I Inn thitcntlit! fi", f*" /i/i i, Citfilt, ..7i7"'i a, Croup Ftnmrhititf, Shii( : and ex.iffitio Tax-Col L C. eph XVilliamsand Rebecca E. XVil- '

:HX[: HO I EL and( FRXXKLIX', I ln.txxeen t t'n' C fl 1 V f..'(''lnh. :1.1 t ttirs of Ili.mi.ihl as I lie ha* al..u just rc..it.tl trim N'cu Orleans tl7itit I >j> ,/-'..usr Iiijlurnzn, Ifmirirntu, J."uary 21 I, 11( '. 2i I:in hams, his wife, Peter L. Banno,
1IOF
.., m.F \I.. ,li 4,!2mitn.!nit:ir of tin Jiints SimHu.ru, late Rich f'ml.r'll Canton Cr.ipo St.awli.\\frlh > <111.* A;tiste.a. iir /Vri/M IM tfifthftt. 'jitisg'if -- -- -- J5hn C. Barino, and Margaret }:.

wil keep on hand a choice U-ction of !Fm(1: I 'ii l said CoiHitx, den, 4. illr..ll.ill'n Cambric for dres-.cj, Bless, Ctinitinj
) EXGLISII CLOTHS. C.SSIMEI:' : .ar\S n. .\LLEX.F.bpiirx i>f lLraaMing, l... &.,. recuxcd per Ilris: Nimpson. ISarratixe ,.flhe- t.s. In Chancery
TanLawnt,
IXGSr. He would r. .(. -tfullx solicit oitinuencc 1! : tt> the Rockx M.mrtains, and to Ore-
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.. __ il, .I 1-.j| ___ 1 Emlroi.l'rpd I Ra.bis.'a { article (has long b.tn held in hit estima James I D. Cash, William Holland. Sarah -
of thpatronise of his Florida frit'nd ld li< x- THIS ion and Xorth California ill 1" 4J and 4, bx (apt. JC .
i.s lie xxill he enabled to gixc them the most entire mark hicad :\I.tnl.lhs-\\orl". bar. the cure of dis. ases of the bn' 'at and :. Fra-mnnntpnice 374 cts Jane Hollard, Benj C XX"et,

faction. I'mths aflepall apply to the lion Lont'SilkO. K. MitN (aicsstle.) ungs, and) io .Ift'u..l to (the public as a remedx destr- The Crescent and the Cross, bx Eliot XX'arburton William H McMilhan, John G
SIX wliirblu nli-ne..n the most reasonable t term. 'b ill I In;il ball who are (thus alllirltd Camp, and Charles H Dupont.
'' __ *. ..f o'mlf.r letters All of a j
.i' 'r..I.r.\( rls< Illustrated edition of the
i l- Pilgrim' Progress
: ; .I"t ..';.".. .i ? Hurator of Jacob Carter March .il. 1"1': ';'. Particular ;directions accompanx tarh but tie of the 'I upper'sProxerbial b..okof IP appearing tt the satisfaction of the Courtb
: 11aiF&I SPENCER Phihteoj, a thoughts
ec.j 1.1.1"'lltJ. Stut4'' 'Tax C'ollc''lol.ts---(. I ittlicine! I'ril'o (rtnts ind the affidavit of complainant's solicitor, that las.

JiriilXraYS AT 1. A\V. JOHN FREEMAN Sold' ill Talhhasst lornla, hx arguments originally trtitetl D. Cash, one of the defendants to the bill cf torn-
I. y ,xirt'ii of lh po.xcresled ill nt hi' law, I Illustrated( edition ol Vicar ol' ,XX'akefield
.... .. tllc '"''rs"n fountv B } LEWIS & AMES Druggists.December plaint filed herein, resides beyond the limits of this
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fracjl .: .I." c.lrt.o :JIII. .i .:- shall for sale, IN.fore the Court llonstdxjr Dmte's l'ti'al"urk translated bx 11. T. Car\. -
C\POM
t ; 6 .. .:r ii.; i-In.! :M --oJ'Holme State, and within the jurisdiction( of the Imted
J', ; f iIJt/l '.L orgl ia. J'iK'al. ..o I t I,., .. ill the toxxn of Jas, er, County of Himilton.on --- -- ---- The Philosophx of Mxster 1 > bx Dtnilx, States, that is to within the State of Texu: Su
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I.o ''' qix rI >aiuuolV.. Ca rlllar.k, Saimirl II.Ste- life ot" :Jozart.rnol.t'f
S. ,. 'I. I"I: '1 1 I a. s I\ ,.1at.. for J'Iapplv t.tIlt- iII(1.reliimsssii.ti The fir\l Monthly in September neil Ordered, That the said James D Cash do appear
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( pilous and \Vajlrs linker 'i Rugby Schuss s.'rmons.l'ark'r'lI
iUX.t1 CQ, IU',. ,for ,letters ofaiaj "lIch, thereejf ill ( and plead to the bill of bled
.t 'U. : ai a.lmi" the followinji proper!., "r sn as or answer complaint
\ } ,. .'.' 5UI' late ofJef1.rsjt ATTORNEYS: AND COITNJ LLLORS: AT 1.II.'I \\\' aids to English 11 romposihon.( .
of o.n... ",'H'r I.; tniI.t ("II.d..eas' ;rl"a'n I ugh. the State and? Count) taxi due on the same for > herein, e>n or beIWe the first Monday of October
pay
is-. "n the HIGII. Chances and Changes, or life as it I Is, hy Charles
n. a hrr nihl r (;asni.', : the jear |on| : foimed a partnership in the practneof( next, or that the same be ttken as confessed by th*

.- $ and Iii1i ; I, tan, Toj. ''i'C (L"'. the l.dl.s tU! :d --- ----------,. Nl'". 'n Im The S E 4 ol S..c 11, and the E: of the N E: 4 of and will cue their joint attmlion to buninesscontideil I .iok' .of Rural the Colonies F.ccatianiy,bJuhll bx Houssmnhault", said James I D. Ca-h, and the complainants h.ve kit

;.; CO'lt'nulce, ; a pake4 anJ a i S -Ad.u.. h- Sec :'It, and! the entire section :'tl, and the XV I of Sy ,-<. to (thttrcare, in the Middle Circuit, flask> of Frost to procetd tr paite. Prvrtdnl, That a copy of this
( Good
ldinl 1 '( the UrCJica4. wit I ...ar Ii I'.rlllf arrddJ olIcc. !>, and the E 4 e.f the S XV 4 of Sec 21.;i. all ol T ->. anil' ill (the Counties of Jarkson and Franklin of (the Examples: h) John Frost order l be published once a week for four months prexious -

.th The aout. thirty )'(, Cc.bro.E"M. (10 the r.t o(Ilil, ,I lire .ui tl.1? ri-lair,1 aria! cul" jitlu,1 win make R I 12, N and E The N h4: of S _>, and the N h eifS1andtheXE4of XXestorn Circuit SAMUEL IJ. ST.:PIIFNS will continue Elinor Iheb.Mkof XX'His Christmas edited hx Thomas K. Herxex- to the day aforesaid, m one ct the neSrapt-tt
I ., tr r-.. tlsa' Jti4ge of Pro- and K. ( to reside at Quincx SAMITL. \\'. by J. G. Cooper
reward will be C"unIJ. a.. I. S I I.TI I. HI I 12, N pur- CiRMtifnd published in Tallahassee.
: ,, hi 8lve Torn i.'n, to "iy 1'erI al'_ .f' HI"I. ,;( I kIdlllli... de/ra I on the estate porting to Ulon: to the estate of 1I.'torV.. Kraden J. XX'AVLFK B.UOR at Tallahassee One of the Miss The quiet Husband The Squire, The Heiress by Dated 14th Ma"> lso.

10 me. .nv. fllarlaton. on t.EIcIlcry (f,114.ae Irehendin IIi Ioudl aaizsjnjtraalad Zi.ik for a dij'large ,Also the N XV 4 ot the S.: 4 of S 7. T I. R 1.1. firm will spend a part of his time at Apalachicola As Pickering oithe (Signed,) GEO XX'. MACRAE

April L. JOlll. N and E., purporting to belong to the estate of anal will attend to any communications directed t 10 >canio, Scutplor'sI'prt'lltict", hay A. Dumas JudgeS. Cir presiding in M. C. lor GadsJ Co.
Lon
CIAS. r..rrll and l\It'meriim. horace
I 11a.: PO1vy .. I I. l'i''. .1" (XG. Adm'f. XVashington Dunham that place Smith, A true copy :
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The illustrated his to, of Palestinebx
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A L '\"O"'I.\'G : CLO"'III-! \ ".' ,,. ,. I to the estate e.f Benjamin Chiirc -. --- ----- ---- The Manuel of Matrimony, (by a llachclor May 1C., ivjc. 43 4m

cr.OTlNG : AIo( of : S'H"l"l"l' ; .< aft'date ilce' : Also, Sections 2" and 1't, in T I I. R 12, Nand f:., Apalaclilcola Land Coisi pniiy. thor Mysteries of Tom the Backwoods, by T. B Thorpt.'o au-
Jc., : BOOTS. S1IOK se.\J.JFr I ',. Jijg' I. the e-state of Thomas LixXV are hereby warned not to Owen III the Circuit Court of the
: rccn- and for sale bv '.f J.'e of ?",; ,. 0' "ply 1 to the lion. ;purporting to belong: to ( ALL ;persons trespass, A Winter Gif' for Ladies being instructions in
di"Tli"it, to make tiscaif, commit waste in COUNTY
o,, hc 'unty for letters'tries in "ton. or any unlawful Needle-wor': MIDDLE CIRCUIT FOR GADSDEX
--i. Mare* 2 i. 1 .ICL' &U GREEXBERG 4 CO. .Ie 01 Uld Clluuty. shepaedtts'rare A. Nelson Also, thc J of the N E 4 of S 11, manner em the lands of (the ApalachicolaLand : Fleming Field Nich IX CHAXCERYBctwecnXVilIian .
The
I _, :n The E i of the S W 4 of S :<1, Company which have not be-en regularly ehsosetl Bigelow, Orange Girl

: I:. flAfLN0 : TIII':1.0T.. The E 4 of the N E: 4 "f S :11, of by us, or tilt compete agent fir agents of Venice The West Point Cadet} ( Bellamj, Ex'r '

1X1on.J, 'Ii. (ricnd Jr5, MoIrdl 21.j ,I'j I. SI'f'Ua";.;........ Tho W 4.l 11.. S K 4 .,f S :':J. ;i'retofore, as the penalty( of the law will he strictly. Love and Murder Durbin's Observations in the of A. Bcllamx, dec'd., Cvmplatnant -

.. hI 11' takc : and Viii- 111.1:(. --- --..- -- --- (,. The N E 4 of the S Jof S 11, enforce against all otferuhrs.Application East Clark's Capsar Phxfair's Euclid Bill for foreclosure
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of M'lr'l ars4) 1l!lore Oil fig "frn'r l'to The S XV 4 of the S XV 4 of S ->7. all in T 2, R II, $ :! may be made for purchases leases or Noje'i Penmanship New Music; Paper for W n- vs. of iO

,.. Two Ila'lr'r lI"8rr SIX rn"'III.. ftar If fW. \ Nand E. Also the E: J "f the X XV,4 and the W otherwise( for the undi-.osed)i | of l portions or tracts dow Curtains, House Paper end Borders &'., &.c. Many Routes, Executrix of Jo- gage. A.C.eph .

_ vfgeIu1,1 II.-ri. 'IU.\IIaa.v,.,. lI'P'"ile fu' I,,'", II 11' all,1 "" 'hll'. r Nllalr'r'lt, my final i- i of the NI of S :, 'I' J I. HI'I N and 1 E.: purportin of 'ml lfIeli Icing and being in the counties( of XVakulla For sale by P A. HAVXVARD.January R. Roxxles, deceased, it.a .

lenlion HlU.;. .tNgj flJ'ld a Ifl.r3I a." .rlul'n' a ate -i ate(lfoplhe C// n 7 "" Vfie of I.rn.I. ? to belong to t the estate e.f I Hudx Brxant- Le-on (:'adsdtn' and Franklin and known as 21, 1 ISJfl 27 !.. Defendants

41flirticle4 pai.1 ) OtJit "f !f' fH 'X": ':""ry :l_ r. .r a .Jwhar.?,. as .\dimniXV'; / and a]'!'.Iy Also, the N W 4 of S ..), the XV f..f f the N E 4 of, S the" Forbes Pllrrhllt'"lo! our dulx authori/eii agent TO I1Ui1'EItS. ITap|>earinglothesitifactionof( ( the Coot?.by tie
\u....._.. 11' 'silials ; ., .f'L.. .L ttta- "f ',' : ) E the S XV S (n the S XV of Mr JM sE. Ih.rrR the ol
; .. ...I gQN" 1" .'H'rs..n James hat/!. hij ''Si, mm. "f "". 20.) the N 4 of 4 .I 4 theS ; in vil'illilv flf Quincx. complainant, that the Jtfendarit
itiaIity /u II. .
WORJ ( '4)il. f. ,, -' 5- 'sI'I 'r"I\.I. XV 4 of S 17. t hah h F 4 of I' .h.. S W 4 of S 17, the S JOSEPH: I I 1I\oI..WIEI.D.: : Type Foundry Sf Printers Funnihins ll'artfioiitc.ri Marx Rowles, Executrix as aforesaid, resides ont.of

fOZIXI: :, "aln t\frlJ'anqrC.IH'lSI., :.. J.r.'r"'fII f""ln'.,'. i.an'- I. JrJr RtThI v.1 of liar S E: 4 ..f S |7, all in T I I. Range I 11 I, N LEWIS CURTIS'( I I HEsuhstribtrs I hay opened a lieu T I'I' Foun- the State of Honda, and in (the State of Virpnuj

'r!.f a IIfli'IiI.riI. ... IIii.t ;'t.. .- ---" .... .' ) .t" % ( .21; lilll and I I.:., purM.iin.j| (a lulu! I Ion. In Edmund B. \;'114.S Tnnlrr of the .Ipalathtrola Land Co. J dry ill the city ot New York where t hex are // u ifriltred, That the said elefendant eloappear ind

SIIJf\X'S:: )" .I.Ii.wl. s'x' 111"/1111" .n. r .1.,1.! ., I will --.-- 16: ,.f the S; XV 4 of S |I. 1'1. R I1Nau.l 1 I F.. Januarx lit, I IMfi. n'ad) (In supply orders to any e\trnt for any kind ol, answer snid bill within four months e>r the asa

;) ,". )11$" !fX'S '1"\STr.: ., .!. J',1.of "Pr..t,..1"11 f..r aply t.. purporting to I Ulmu I" the estate of XX'm J. Mills. --- jobe fancy Txpe Ink Paper. Ca e-t. Gallexs, KraM shall IK take n fot confer : rrvetdeJ. That pnbh-
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I '1(1.. 3 l.iu.tH' Sour. .'..1 \... t Sails. bf" rat .1.1 {,, "f tiii'a'1u 'I. : that rx rt'flfiit: Tax Col II. (CoFibruirx I 1II1.1"r iln.I.| dulx autlmri/.tl, agent of (till' and every article necc'sirv for a Printing Other(( in the t'ay ot Tallahasse-e, once a wffk, for b-
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AU. DR. "'Or.'iJrrS: sot,BIOS, aIee.iiI.SuItSc. .I \ "Js, |s |I... -ij rm7T35i : ,. .. of the Apaliihicoli Land Coinpanx.( 'I he T)|la'. xx hit'h are 'a,1 in nest moulds, (root an months stu (rssittlx

I :.\ XI: ,,1 r. M. ;"1 i OLo.HfL\X. '.r At. "" "t"l.rv i.I"I'; .0\.111.', II pr..It.-.1 ,lo Mil or re-nt cuch |>.
t Co .. .\llnl. m..lt. %n\.I'n".arls-J..I.r ( ,'.1.. 'a .':!n ___ ; '7rflrtj( ) J ol land wit hi" he ForlM I'iarrla.a-se. as (haxe not INI'n warranted( to l>ennsiirpasMd bx any. and will !I. ..1.1| |
,i'l...1 it. e'sIrs1 dl.. ''('.I'. .. ('.,n''II'''_ 'oU.... 4% I'II-C'J-:" rich .t.\I.! Prints, Mu"lm., IHCIJhams r.-:'.l lab tlispttsiil 1 nf I bx 441,1 l.jn.l Companx Ptroiial al (.rices to unit the( times. Judte <. t ir ('ta-s'IatCin M. C. r11c.51r.i.nCmi

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