The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 3, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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The l hank whig say !rr. Kain: is a bank larclyiJ'-\"hib vv** pMJteil ..' ..w /.;t.r

wan. What arc the fuels Several years in.I was now ascertained that the Ranger

when all the Florida hanks had) burtfed THE FLORID I I. A N wer within but a short distance of the camp

ago.and their bills were hooted at, the merchants a of aroD.the Mexicans position,-and in that an arroyo tbe latter 0 ha gulljr chosen-

and citizens Apalachicola! standing in need to drfend themselves They out.

of a good currency, requested the bank of St.Mary' oumbne the Texana: loo, in tb ratio of
..tlachicoafor : ------ nearly, eight to one, having
to establish$ an agency ; : - 50 rlnaJu'ro at

their convenience ant I insisted that :Mr.. BY S. S.: SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1846. YOL.IVIIlH-NO.ll ,. least' cavalry under Canalr under Col.. and Carrasco-. lo and 300 uod regu.ar .
Kain then a commission merchint: and democrat ; ,
----- I these rircum
of high standing and imimHichabecharacter | : I be-gathered until a favorable change of weather Dec. 2. On motion of Col. Lorimer this ration democra'ic lell than'tancrs to retire.there was no.Jheratiinwative '!
should Uke ch:irgf; of the agency/ by a lavvver from Alligatorwho the case was: called in Court of the State u. Tho 'IVxan jrrntalxut
: he was cipible; \ tn inmate! it without bill was taken from .the table and placed among triumphantly! vindicated the democratic .Mr.I Booth, under criminal) indictment, t tin two or three miles on the back track
believing Out of a masj of letters before uj, we select .. the orders of the :'tom tbo here on finding
loWor iijiirv. They. K\EV TUB MAX.aii'l : day. party charges mole by Mr. C., 01 prosecuting attorney for the State was understood \ a strong natural psilio ihijr
w'lli'12 in lri..' lim rrei iri'h a bank the following.. from Mr Affleck, wl..chis ;. I Same day this bill came up among the '.dictation; I biiig tho spoils and proscriptionparty to ask for I continuance on the encamped for a few, hurl: to jaded

ti 7;;;! wvre U<",ler the circu:nstanres, :Mr. K.IIIIi7 i a fair specimen of the correspondence from I orders o/ the day on its second reading.Oi .- and hiving made 'faKi; promises. &c.- I hat he expected to be all! !"* to prove: bv. rlllc.Mr horses. An attack 'ra4 cert.iinlj antlcipn r.

t: a
*lded thc tu un- tern rtq'a-t.tin' he would atteuJ ngene to the lGLESlE(near Natchez,) S'pt 8, 1846. the committee, the ayes and nays were r. C. in miny particulars, and concluded by ney found in Bank was borrowed and placedthere ':'f'e of the Rangers : yet the morning hours

it nn : iiHivid-ul commission .1essrs. : The destruction is now called for bv the President and Mr. For. warning the people from trusting any manwbo for certain purposes ? etc.Now wore away and' the sun/ rOt without nn alurm.
as a r.ft.
:; business an complete within all of this region of ward. COL.. LORIMER VOTED TO would On the ( of
: lie owned nn : of ihe bank-hid 1 country deliberately attempt to trample u,"- taking all these things into consider frt ascertaining ,1' Ihe M *lU
chant. pin and, so far as I can lear all south of Vicks CONCUR 7-Y THE REPORT OF THE on the right of the cans, the prisoner who
; interest tht'rpinut discharged 'his duty people by dikfranchising :11!ion, it does appear that fraud was intended fnclarln Ilkel,
no left the b;ink solvent and was paid burg The worms are now devouring; > vi COMMITTEE. The report was concur- a large portion of his fellow citizens for timepulpae by Mr. Booth, and if Mr. Cahel was actually! McCulloch sent "back a noli in (it",. Worth.

,1; for faithfully his serviceS. Nobody lost a dollar by the bulls-culling into them, and eating the red in.The. of promoting his own political nd.vancimenf cognisant of tho fact that stratagem was This ott..r immediate!) despatched six' com

if. } and can still be had on demand contents, which I have never before known President decided that concurrencein or who would! touch with ruthless resorted to (or the purpose of raising a publicconfidence panics regular artillery and infantry on the
' : bank specie! them to do. Thev are also barking the stems the Mr. For. hand that inestimable gift of false road, to sustain the Hangers in caw hey
't'r- for of the notes of that bank. M I.. Kain report defeated the bill. our ancestors on a bixis, he cannot be hrM were
has any been connected with. any of the mis.erable branches Many fields are so complete- ward appealed from the decision of the the Constitution, to destroy it." blameless for withholding tho fact from the !eaten back. They were met on the return,

: never, rotten shinplaster banks!: of Florda, of lv stripped the of everything that they suited to the taste off, chair. On the question being put tIme de. Sir. C. nHempte to make a reply, but did public, and thus allowing 1 wrong of grievous in three or four leages from here, and all cams

. but has always opposed to tht in. worms, arc now dying ci ion of tho chair was sustained. COL.. not SICcred in overthrowing his opponents arguments I extent to l he perpetrated on them. Take the together.
Is Mr. Kaiii to he blamed for this ? To fa. in mviiaJs, from actual starvation Thoughsome LORIMER VOTED TO SUSTAIN for truth is and must pre. thing all together, we are far from being sat.fled. The route taken by this scouting party was
;:, business and the assert they devour each other. THE DECISION.On vail. I think I can, with the utmost sali'h", ''i' Mr. Cabell has had and is having to the right hand one to Monterey, passing Ma.
cilitate operations pie
. of the West he Mv overseer writes me on Thursday last motion of the President the rule was count upon I m jority of thirty votes at this close and triendlj a connection with. these nn. The Ilf hand road which goes through
- people a g-xxl currency con. -if'l may be excused such an instance would poll t for Kain. machines. We rag CaiJercvta thought to 'be the worst of the
cented the of solvent Bank, gi\'iug waived and he gave notice that he don't like the agency, and
to act as a
such agent satisfaction to the as my own crop I continues to a"k Icaveto introduce the said bill again 'Th; whig candidates, for the Legislaturehere i therefore appeal the people to icalch. 3Ir. hr over the monntainand (he other. will
. and as agent gave mer- rain here so much, nearly every day, that I after ten days. will not even get the support of their Cabell has been in his aencies.'rhicy probably bt the one taken by tLe army.-
and relieved them of worthless Infrtmllte
chants, a rot. .
do little in the of and
can way picking ; own Whether there are
lart have been amy moro the
[ l r concetred in corruption troops on
Now', !look at the difference Dec. 17. Agreeably to notice given ten
ten from
currency. I do think
present not route than those encountered near Passa Gal.
appearances anil
and Mr. Cabell K.\I\as tin- the President rcmlrcduccdtheabovp I brought forth in iniquity, and
him days previously,
'here will be much to pick So much of the Fa the Floridian. which have entailed los is not known, but the of these
of solvent Bank, and CABKLL bill. read a first time upon our good mine appearance
a .1- ; first was
of boils
attorney crop arc rotten, that I cannot I shame would indicate that is
ruin and dishonor. If Ampiulia a .
therefore: keeping
the '11"! n mwlrcnl one. :Mr. Kain and ordered for a reading. MR. CADCLT. AND 13.VXKS. r.
attorney 'calculate on more than half 1 crop at tht fnrthut st'cont TiE Kain i is to blame for affording us, through? !ms bright look out fjr the advance of the American .
took charge of an agency when its> bills were I', ; and now the worms wi entirely des- Dec.:!. The same act came up on a second People of riorida--ie :ul agency, a sound circulation, where does :Mr. army and perhaps. with tlJt indention: of :

at par-Mr. Cahell when Union B.inkmonev' trov every thin else. week" I'r- reading. On motion of Mr.I Forward A scalded child shuns the cauldron, and having Cabell stand ? Let the thousands who have opposing is progress bcfurc it reaches Monte f
xvas worth about 75;: cents in the dollar. .\Ir. actly wcek"befoc the which theabove th" Senate itself into committeeof in I
one day on I resolved a common with many of the cnimimtryiilatiters suffered b) these Florida Banks and who have j
Kain retired, and the bills of the agency were written I all the the whole Mr. McLean in the chair, rey.Gen..
was was over crop, been greatly !cal.ltd bj the Bank in consequence laved! their temp'es with the Smith's bli 'ace came ip this morn.
worth dollar for dollar-Mr. CabelJ retired, and found the second hatching h of worms and after some time -spent therein, rose and (>f Florida, with which :Ir. Cahcl has had ,i sweat of unpaid labor, answer. Let the honor I ing (ruin Punta Aguda, r that ( Worth

and Union Bank money was worth 33: j cents matured, and the moths depositing the third reported the Bill wnh amendment, being intimate: connection and agencies, I and bleeding reputation of the State answer now has something like iWO rren under bit !

mike dol'arf But further, Mr. Cabell wasa crop of eggs. I pronounced then, that ten ho SITBSTITUTC( olr'rc.J by Col! LOK1MKII propose t>> erect a beacon by which the like ; and let the honest of all parties answerat I I command. The residents here have been ex.i !
stockholder' in the Union Bank-Mr. Kain days or two weeks would see the Cotton en- in committee of the whole. disaster may be avoided in future, anr by the ballot box. I peeling an attack from their own leaders nightly !

never teas a stockholder in any JJanLn Florida tirely eaten up. But at the same time, I had \'hich was concurred in, ant said substitute which the public may be enabled to see thro' Mr. I Editor; I am a planter, and one who J and hundreds have left thb town for the !
or any where else' Mr. Cahell never hopes of two-thirds of a crop, from the great ordered to be engrossed a third whom it ,'a'that this Pandora's box, swarming has suffered sorely by both the Banks with ranchos in (he neighborhood. I

wi'hdrew as a stockholder until the 23d day number ground bolls on the plant reading. with plagues, has been opened upon them. ,which .Mr. Cabell has had connection, and t for This place or the name of V, has all along I
of December last, after he had run once for What the result may be as to the entire The whigs have carped with much been spelled Scralvo. A is
uhich he has acted
and that Hank Stockholders In these extracts, fellow citizens, are apparent as agent or attorney.The .- \lXiC81 says i
Congress, found crop, I do not pretend to gfiicss ,Xo one can laid before the evidence of ColonelLoriniT's satisfaction about tie agency which Mr.I Kain Tnion Bank came near me in Cerralvo, and signifies a or early: morning j
teercnol popular :Mr. Kain has never beena ttll finytlnng about 1'Ve have lost jive sincerity you when he said he was has had for the Bank ofSt. Marjs, and have I u ittcr ruin, and hardly had I invoh'int thp light upon the mountain The appear. ,
and therefore had
stockholder, nothing to tcrrk's picking. Nothing can be made in I deemeo it a crime for which there bo I ance of the neighboring mountains between
can no !
:Mr. Kain selected John in f\vor of giving efficient aid and I;';urasis of that blow when I found myself t ,
withdraw. was by those field? the worm has passed ot'Cr, other protection pardon I found, one which disqualifies him ; and sunrise, i is exceedingly
Winter President and) of to the rights: of mechanics and other fully) t"ail in the toils of tle Booth Bank. I hadn daylight magnifi 5 J
G. principal owner than from those bolls which
were already too to IH in Congress. We gladly take II cent. G.W.K.
represent i when that Bank
working The industrial classesof mv pocket
the St.hr."s: Batik, a bitter and uncompro. I hard for them to cut into. men. .. clplol'd se\l. [ .1.1I
theirlove which has east at and _. .
en our I .. .. .r j
I the community had long suffered] under !! feet ." "." ; .. n1\n.. ,. ...a
under the advice of the I
mising whig, vvluj:; \VArrci ific icurtns arc, the crop is cut off, will proceed to with Mr. Cab- I.I ;j ; ; CERUALVO 7
merchants of Apalachicola. as 'his agent I fin i j frost the \st f the operation.of the old law ;-the compare notes { the proceeds of my little! farm for the i;;;,previousear. ; ,I Spt. 18-6. 1 i
that They knew his high standing rl"l.llo a ( Septc/nbir, well knew what it was, what sort of protection ) ell. We acknowledge that Mr. Kain was ) On that money I lost from 50 to 60 per From \hat I can gather, a plan is on footto
city. a ; with the month later than usual Ine'cr 1
merchant his incorruptible honest and' hib-: i I plant destruction a If I it afforded] their interests : I hat th" agent of one of the most solvent and spe cent., ali I ft'e most sensibly this loss, and surprise Canales Iml I Carrasco in their )t
saw so complete. get ci.paJing banks of a neighboring State, and despise the I which it strong hold near Passa GaIo! It will be
its of busmes-s, and felt that they could softly j I :. tlO to 230 bales for 700 I shan't grumble. seemed to yield them protection in : what fiaul by was practiced ; a !
have been
the effects of that and
Iut agency and about to the difficult! matter, so and cautious these
it now we are
trust HIM. :Mr. Cabell was selected by his Few do well. was onl\a sectnina protection-there indulge high. "id
CNCLE, thC President of the Union Bank, as "il as was no reality in it-it failed in pointing how was it brought about 1 Let plain truth est privilege freemen, the right to select! our I fellows, hut no can liE done if it fails. f
melt the tale.Somm .
attorney, not, we apprehend, for any extraordinary From the S.mlh'r J< unal.cor out any remedy fJr the wrongs it admitted : 0". n agents' I entreat my fellow citizens, the The prisoner taken the other night by McCulloch }
talents he might po t'fO as a lawyer, ,. .JAJIIS n. T. LOnlJlun. to exist. Against evil the workingmen \' SIC,' the Banks of Florida I.J hard handed yeoman of I he country,to guard I r turns out to be a shrewd chap and cfnn II.

but he wal a stockholder, and }his_frrs its had long complained, and long sr nv- into disrepute. The) filled to redeem wcl the sacred trust confided to them. I inconsiderable importance. He admits :.
attorney aid him in getting out of a To the IVorLing Men of Leon county : rn. But for many } cars they got nothing i issues, by which the COllntrwa, flooded, and I peal to tho planting interest, because of ap'l that he was sent ahead to better himself in I f
clutches of the Bank, and his connection til'I'I' FCLLOW CITIZLNS:-Many of you will I from their roprrontaiivos in the Territorial ) xvInch every other description of money identity will my ow n. With them I beg to the way of swapping horses-that is by kao !

stockholder ceased on the 23f/: December last remember the necessity that was felt by the Council but fa'r.; promises of redress. was driven from the Tcniron.e had I mime in feeling all sentiment. ; and with them i ij. i:ig his own and stealing one of ours-and also

"The ox knowelh his owner ass his I I mechanics, overseerand workmir men, I But at length, routed by long neglect, andstimulated i then no !sound circulation; -bills of these bankswere 1 expect to approach the ballot box in a few collect information in relation tothestrength

mister's crib"-" ,'her the alltthe bod.1 there generally!! of Leon county, for the passage ) bv the pressing necessity of: hawked about the country, rather as articles j. dajs. recollecting that Mr. Cabell stands the and pos.t'on: of Gen. Worth's camp. Canales It

willlh r7M be gatVred. 'n "tllr.t by ihe .Lgislaturo, of some law that would! I t ihe t case they determined as one man. ;o I of barter having no fwd or market valj published director of Booth's Bank, and the wi probably! wait some lime for his return, :
But there is something more against Mr. Hive adequate security to the r rights. In take their interest in their n\n hands, and I j: A panic struck the public mind, ruin stared I attorney for him, and is defending him now he is !fast enorgh here. f

Cabell. He was of 'nntiI, the get 'Tallahassee, particularly, the want of such see to it that they should' be hniicvtfirrj>. us in the fire, and brooded over every against the demands of a violated law ; and There is a ninv here-no'hing! but a ru. =.\

ter-np ff th.lt delectable! attorney humbug known a" a law was regarded as a serious evil. resented in the next (:Jeneral Assembly. branch of labor and department of business. I IThe j recollecting, too, that I. together with manyan mor. mind-that Santa Anna i is: advancing upon ;

.Boj'K's If/ink."the. hurtling of which proved YouiI also remember, fellow citizens, They met the candidates at the polls:and citizen of .,\Ialchil.o| : !a,,whig and dern- j humble planter. urn suffering* under the Monterey with 40,000 men. I mnght: give t:

so diiistrous: a few inct'. more one the present candidates for the they akcd them are yo" for or against us? crat, impelled : nrC"si'.r, solicited I losses su.tainec through these Bank Thi:n Jot a column! of other reports in circulation, t
years ;
jet-he is attorney! and\nc will sp..k I Stale Senate, was a candidate! at the last e- Col. Lorimer, among others answered all t llr- President .flhe Balk of :Mary's: to af.ford to the polls, out and all, in the spirit of freemen but they are all of little moment and conic

to fehield Ti. a H/tl'S<4eh. frur the pena'ties'! ofj< : lccion for .the same o 11 Cl and as an induce said .Gtnrt'JHn, I am with you-I was them kind relit.f; \ 'ihey'was aI\'tl granted.lor an agency And! Mr.ffom'1 rebuking error A and PLAIN defending nirlmt.. from rmmoutii.the most unreliable sources.-Mexican mf' ,_
'held' out to of to secure always with vou-alwayo for the vvorkmjr FAIIMIR. i
the law. Takm.; all these things together, 1\1 nit ity you Kair
( high of character and'
Mr. C'tbell is we should rill a ; your vo'es.: |lie j>!c what lutk flciiiV. him..lf of jcli rmvjrjs of Tin reputation I lor IJilt's, fitted him for I that re- From the Mo'nle Tsibine, 21th tilt.L.VI1T letters to New Orleans bo few ani
AnJ who saVilliunA.: iu M'cuic IIU j j. a industry l.what lie Said laalt. wi .j
one mal!, \one. but his most violent political) op. j law a3ub; f.vc such a 1.6 mechanic, before the election, when he wanted the epon8il.\hi agrnc tnl,tiled;', was &crtt..J I. conduct it. IlCVi Tim AllMV. Csr. I lxUvo,,. 1 shall snap every opportu. t
: in I'
part and he
ponents al.hl'will tay ant) thing to lan ,tI (overseer, o'c.. as woud: Mature their rigl.ts I workingrnan's vote. But' after the d Ir cl on. t therefore beramthe recommending medium thriimiiiwhicim The steamship McKim arrived at New Orleans nit)however. G. W. K. t1!:

him dtf'atel there have attached to I adequate pro'.ecnon. woetle had secured hN rat in lime Senate tins timely honof.c to I on Monday from Brazos Santiago with In addition!: to th: abuve} the letter from f
him tl slightest taint of being a Bank in in, >i Under ibis pledge, fellow citizens, I am nld is called upon{ to redeem hispilge, t to the people. Bills tit\r exchange hl'ditrilltl were issued intelligence of much interest and importance.An Carnargo in the Flag, says that "it i is pos itivel i- ,, \
he never would hate been .the nominee of a :, positivrlv, c..rtaui I that many votesereiMV. be changes Ins tone, and 5a\ s: Why :rntlcmen redcemalle at i extra of the American Flag, contains a t ) asserted that the Mexicans are determined t .
sight in specie!, and soon sup.; I letter dated the! 8h from .
Col. Ja T. I.onmer which be \riu have already all the : mt.t Camargo, in H
De'iuociatic Cml'cnliul.: Tlp!democrats! 'en to i got proiec vtith, pound I to make a strong resistance b.MweenCrrraivo
would t lot, which t i Con!il ut iua I iou I n I the 1 pled us circulating Iliur; and I which the r following passage: occurs ; "
floP support a Bink nun. Til' w!Jugs know lot iav rwi o oh'ailt'll tll S voua, t e 'bills be it remembered, have and Monterey,; that Anita. is cooperating ,
this, and hence their iIJ1 istrious Hllcmpts to j jmi Mivii.g, beenvd, f>r Ole, I cor.jJ.nt protection which plsticeawards von? What h been the representatives of Gold and Silver.I i I hasten lo inform )<>u e f the arrival, po"t. I with Ampudia i and that their 'forcesaie ; "

;nif t' his acting, Sis :agent f,r Writer! into i I ly petted bat Col. Lntimcr \fll.1 i IJa Mould you have?" I Have aU.ijs been redeemed in Mich, xvhen I hal from that e'rav"Iduloh.s! ', of! Capt. .Ilrr\.\:t'i inforriittiori ., rapidly) augmenting ; and that the Mexicans :,tt
Binks Uelii"no- their deceit. j| tor to of Micli a as Now, fhiowcitizens, w nk ofn' Ian ('-a hid c'am" .
favoring M'cuf'lh(pas agr Ian ( II. presented and I are rallying to their standard from all
j jI s good, as .
ali pass into Worth's ,
Mr. Cabeli's! roriertion with) ui.' Union : was required by the working part of ibecomtniiniiv. -I was tins time conduct of a straight-forward: bn.iiou: ,.ilu: 'l Kain Gen. con( at C'rr'v., > a'a,1 J re quartets.: This r representation as to the move-
Bank "for a seiies II!* years, :is its attorney.. Iy j I'i '. I I this, expectation, fclluw citizen*, I upright dealing citizen, or was it the shut. cmmrrt'mmty(hen .the trust.worthy. agent it.l of all r.pirties; who was I! ported that!Cerralvo: on .th": .they him[ ins'd.-.rovered, about l I.r; ) mil's: uivii'3 of Ariat.d.:tiers from that of our correspotiUn t f

the mil:itMicf ,if Preti lent, hi> uncle, we ,, I was grievously di..llloiut11 thug of a time'serving, double.fa ceil demagogue di,:riimmt.d loon necessities, and t fir which h'Jfnc:Mexicans, loim: : the nlvance! .a body .' I *. 'Ihe fjllovv.ng is from the same
You will ? ; | ng gm-a-cl of IJ
h1\'t iieen iIi.t'.t'l! l to c.dnI.r: not as an iiii. ; commencement every citizen the ofwhieli I Ci.uargo letter :
obliged ; l
proper (,oini-'cti.'n. seeing that Mich profes. : i ition of the Adjourned Se..ion, (at which 0,1 Lorimer is again a Candidate! for gl"t aie vet to h be'l.l een and j fejt around h"I'lit.u<. large t loice.them! They and r'rca't'! athe Ha"g'rs' The heat hat: reared somewhat the pro. '.

:il rIfUCrtjIPfl wa in !lw>'d ,b) a dt'ilt to '! 'time Col Lorimer took bis seat,) there was your votes. Ir von think you can trust Now, if lor; artinjj I thus; if for us I l fell eRnie hack upon foree Wt'f' fIHSlCd iinti1! th.). gross of the lri*>p: whuh left beta willi Uen.
accum'i!.ite m }."'\' in the pursuit (If'his a quantity of unfinished Imusinessthat; i is, him ? Do you think I the candidate. worthy from the ruin ill which our f.Jedlo system on a lirgf; dieiv.'red l'dior: it being out cf the question to march i
banking lie
sion, wliieh perhaps :my I'iw\er, whig Iruf"s.j' t there: were a number of Bills, & ., that had I of trust, who pledges himse'f: to a meas. had involved mis, Mr. Kain is to be limited I t the i to !'fion: SOU to tha'1UIM it strong. It was d Lr ng :bt In'at i f the da '. Toe 'r.Jpur U!

orrut, vvmild h.ive felt 'himself at liberty to do. I i either passed o.e or other of the [louses of ure In-fore the cl'Ctol, and repudiates his down, what N the condition of :Mr. Cabell! attack getiera Gen. Worth impression; bfori'in'orcements, 'wa i rlendt'd t-> in i 'high saints iUd eaf"'r; to come up with tbe I\

Bat if Mr. Kain, as a C4)ZflflNSOI1: $ merchant t the General Assembly, or had passed ole I I pledge afcwarJ. ? I Hit friends have truly dug a ditch in whichtheir l'' ammi I Cript. that conldarrive Mexicans. Two coinpinie of Rangers that S:!
of .\|>al.icliicoln, i is to he h.lr answerable for <)r two readings in one House only. I is Col. Lorimer to say, i own candidate mtisl f forever flounder in Murray thinks :1 battle were, having their hoises !shod started. off un- :
I being fought at
is N
taking the business of a soften batik for the Among the unfintshe 1 business was certain -I when lie pledged himself to the mechanics the most hopeless pondence. Let i _. ," __ .Ct'rlah'o I" ,n.>-d.Ly.. the. 8:htiorraj .-. mediati'lv nt'ir f.int_ XIiirranrrirat.- All i'
p us examine *
purpose making money for himself" a fair I! Bill giving liens to mechanics, o.ersc-I that he was with idem, t that he as carefully! the history, of Mr. Cabeli's I\18; force, some r distance: [ nen.in lavior adv. Wit of mm .the a part ot M quiet here I'rolarnttioim I : ;; from Simla; Anna : :

way when he has no stork or interest whalertr (' .'rs etc This Bill! was drawn up did not know in what he was called to l bank agencies and bank connections, and see ',ol and within mites ance m'nn Ampudia, and the Governor of Tamauii-

in the bank itjt'If we cannot sec wM : of t he cost intelligent I \\higs of the Lower serve them, and to what measure he pledired i if tl.h;." not In'eii more intimate than :\Ir.Ka )forrd much: thirty.f'e) o! Cerralon \ pas, have been received in town, and are baring f .

Mr. Cal.eJ should cilled to account for : House. Its provisions were liberal and himself. Col. Lorimer knew very well and if they have not inculi&l -ather The I IVajune has rtitf their effect upon tbe Mexicans. )I'l
his with the Union Bank, a mis. :i affrlellht' rights of the working man just of what the working men complained and t thai relieicdiLccountry. late ItTers Ct'rraJt In addition to this proclamation, the American 'I: '
as as
era"lin.oh'ent affair, in which he was a ] the protection; they required. This Bill what was the nature of the remedy whicii Mr. Cabell we lint' first an active agent in quite h have brought. Capt.The lurr3) \1 lr.appear Kt fo Flag mentions another hy.General Am. .

stockholder unti Ilk professional claim over- I bad pa.setthe Lower Ibis?, and, to a se. : they sought. All these matters bad be n getting up the I'liion Bank : next we find him j gives, all the: details of the >ndaI! pjdia, a commander.in-chicf, dated at Salttl. ." J:

balanced of the bank, and he was I cond reading in the Senate. This was its stated very precisely in their address to a Itrg stockholder! in that institution : next we I j Rangers, and] the second, dated expedition lime 7th insi.tIl 1., 17th of August, in which he says he is tic.termiimned i

thereby enabled to dissolve his connection stuation when Col. L. took his scat Eve. the candidates. lie knew thai they complained t find him, hat-not the agent o:tory of:! indicates that Gen. Worth to be revenged for his J losses on the r '
with the bank as a stockholder. ry intelligent working man will agree as to of the inefficiency of the old law, (hit Bank Yes, gentle reader, suppress I attack the rather than meditating dhand9ihof: May I Iftat. He calls upon (ho "
f --- --- what should have been Ins course in regardto and claimed, the protection of a new one )air wonder, we actually find him the attorney one. upon We subjoin. enemy bothCCRR.LVO expecting Mexicans to rally around the standard of their ;,.
From the N" O Commercial Tunrs, 12th intI it, after the pledges be had made. They with more ample provisions.But of that Bank, defending.it whenever assailed, : countr)-boasts that if the Americans venture : .

TIE CO rrtJ-N CHOP will agree that he should have secured its the truth is, that although the industrial and drawing fiom it the richest salaries.AiIl .- Sept. 6, 1316. to attack the fortifications of .lonterey. (

Our relleriI bear in miUI that we have passage through the Senate. This, as the interests in this community, rcqui what did this Bank, or its agent or attorney The two companies of Texas Hangers, under they will be driven back like : :

carefully from imparting any undueor Journals of the Senate will prove, he did red and deserved protection-jet there was do towards ri'iieving the people t Did it Capts. McCulloch and Gillespie, returned the wind'*-threatens all Mexicans and tor.e.gncrs 1t 11:

exaggerated coloring to the distressing acCOUntS not do. but on the contrary, Jig his tote contributed another interest, cver\where f l, though furnish the people with a circulation red etna' last evening from a scouting tour in the direction who may be fund trading with goods .JtJfrm

which have reached us for some time i t DEFEAT it. On reference to not so plainly seen, which was strongly ,abe and rtdcclcc in specie ? Far fiom it. of Monterey, and brought back: more t full Matamoros, penalty death-

past in regard to the crops in Mississippi and the Journal of the Senate at tho Adjourned opposed to the yielding of this protection. I I now casting a shade and gloom over the information ufthe enemy than has heel heretofore treats as spies al those who hold correspondence .Ii

Louisiana Nor do we claim any credit for. Session, we find the following action was row it is not unfair to suppose that this prospects of oir joungand enterprising State received. Capt. I'adt of time Topo. with Americans-'forbids that a

having displayed an excess of caution i in giving had on this Bill : had selected Cot Lorimer a its and carrying in its train of ruin many of our graphical Engineers, accompanied the Ran. Mexican shall work lir an American. in any '

currency to these reports, long experience Action the Senate. champion. A cunning commander, skilled best all mo.t enterprising citizens. And if gers having been sent out by Gen. Worth to capacity xvhatever-looked upon money received .

having taught us how apt people are to attach 0".19. The c the orders of in the strategies of war, sometimes passes Mr. Cabeli's unfortunate Hank agencies stop examine the roid: tor services rendered the Americans a .I ,

a degree of importance to these rumors the day to be entitled among An act to amend the over a creature of his own, to the ranks ped here, it would be well t for poor, bleedingand The party started from here on Frida.uf earned by sacrificing the blood of their coun ttrytnencallsupon ,

\hich the sequel has rarely warranted. act giving a lien to mechanics in certain of his enemy, to the end that he may there : outraged Florida. Bur, alas! the deepest ternoon, without pack males or afany all true Mexicans to inform t. '

The ad'ice however, which have come to cases, approved Jan. t0, ly J7, and in addition be taken in favor, be entrusted with some I injury, the foulest! scene jim the great history kind, and with only three days provisions. against ofTenders, and gives. authority t any ,

hand within the past twenty-four hours, are thereto, came up and was ordered for important post for the purpose of betraying I of her rongs i iset to be told. Not satisfied Before sundown, and at the foot of the mountains one to arrest traders and execute his orders.

cf a character to disarm much of that: scepti a second on to-morrow. it hack into his hands. How far it was 'with the failure of one bank, and the ruin ,a suspicious looking Mexican was caught.fe And to conclude, be promises, sass the Flag

cism whenever the cry of short crop is raised, reading Bill intended that Col. Lorimer should have xviiich it engraved on every feature of our industry endeavored to escape b) running but on all the "greasers of Mexico tin sacking of t
Nov. The -
and many parties who have boldly contested !, 20. same cam up, was subserved such a purpose, wo leave for nor disgusted with the agency he had finding that his horse was unable to carry him Matamoros, should he be successful, which
read second time referred committee
that the damage was greatly magnified, are a to the impartial judge of his course to an i i in the matter, we find him at a much later period off"safely he turned at some care! he saw IJ he seems positive." ,
now compelled to acknowledge themselves in on Judiciary.Nov. swer. For myself I am of opinion that he I announced in the public prints of the city the road-side and pretender that he was a ) The Flag has also been favored with a copy .

error In addition to a number of letters ad 23. The Judiciary committee made failed to redeem the pledge given to the asarf/TTf/orin the BOOTH IiAsK," and now ,raT or cow dr .t'r, hunting an astray.- of the proclamation of ihe Governor of Tu- I

dressed to us and submitted to our perusal, the following, Report : The committee are \0'king men before the election ; that ufierthat Humbug has not only failed to afl >rda This ruse, however, did not get him offj and a maulp8 promulgating the Ilando Nucional

We have examined several cotton-stalks and a of opinion that the statutes of Florida of (the while in the Senate, acting as their rep. sound circulating clrn'lcJ, but has filled the great: deal of information was finally extorted b'alas, dated in the City Mexico, i

large number of bolls, gathered indiscriminately years 1827 and 1841- on the subject of liens regulative be betrayed their cause ; and I pockets of the poor of the land with a worth. from him by threats. He stated that Canales tho 23d August, with which our readers are '

from several plantations in the neighborhood KO as FAR AS THE LEGISLATURECAN therefore, I shat not support him again. I leis! paper, xvoMh only 50 cents in the dollar; was near Passa G:los in considlrahf'! force, already f\lia.

of Natchez, Rodney, Grand Gulf GO without "impairing the obligation A WORKING MAN. and scattered misery and ruin broad cast over and that there was :body of regular cav. The ( numer of the Flag makes no
and Milbken's Bend, every one of which has of contracts;"-That the provisions of It t he land, we find Mr. Cabell the Agent and ;airy under Col. Carrasco in the neighborhoo. mention of the sickness in Matamoros and

been perforated by the worm, and the con this bill would be clearly unconitiutional NEW RIVER, COUtl Co., > Mr. Booth, defending him against As Passa Gallos was a place they Camargo. That paper of the 9th, however,
tents completely eaten out. In the course of I Toe Li i is herewith to September 18, 1846. $ t 4torneyof of our violated laws Yes, :ordered to examine, the party hurried onward. says that an evident increase of sickness is

our experience which dates several years and committee ask leave to be discharg. DEAR COLONEL:-Presuming that political i instead (it r aiding the people in whose name The road was exceedingly rough, full of loose perceptible, and complains of the north winds

back, and includes every variety of season, ed from the further consideration thereof." news from this quarter will not be altogether Mr. Booth has been indicted here for a highly I rocks, and extremely hard upon the horses ; prevailing as boding no go.orho Flag of

feather, &LC. we have: never witnessed such To which was attached the following dis. t unacceptable t YOI'readers. the_other riminal: act-we find him seeking to screen Itt this did not i in the I least check- the advance. says there were 500 sick soldiersin
Universal destruction. In 18 to, when the visitation sent : The unJerli;ned dissents from the tions t ot the :tte, nave determined to pre him from the just condemnation of his injured The small rancho of Passa Gallop, about i the town.

of the army worm was very general, llepoit' of committee on the Judiciary, deavor, in a plain and unsophisticated man.I fellowcitizens.But thirty miles from this, was passed without an The Flag of the 12th inst. gives the most

w.wrier, in a tour through the country, ex as he does not believe that the "statutes of ner, to give O a sketch of Mr. CabelTa visito how was it that this Booth Bank got accident, but an ) fellow at one of the ja. t favorable account of the good order which prevails .

amlled critically several plantations which Florida of the years 1827 and 1811, go as this place pn the, 16th.A,11TgAAJSiflbriif into opetatomi,and bow was it that public con.fidence caFes stated that couriers or express riders, in Matamoros under the rubs of ColonelClarke. )

had been ravaged by the insect, but in scarcely fira. the Legislature can go, without impairin" persons, gentlemen and .'a* to some extent secured for it ? carrying news of the adrarc3 of the Texans 6 The quiet of the city at night is

an instance does he remember that: the cat- the obligation of contracts." 1 Ia$! :'o9
lerpillar attacked the bolls Now, however, [Signed,] W. A. KAIN. tb9'!pp;
the case is widely different ; for not only Which was received. The President de. MdJjoneyrp .wbeJ.>Mr. c a/oae ood ad. necessary for Mr. Booth to borrow monej about 1 in the morning the advance guard of town was formerly di grld. Lt. Kane,

have the younger forms fallen a prey to the cided that the next question after the recep. .dretted toemfor' hour.', JtAvould befolly and that he secured that loan through the the Rangers came suddenly upon the pickets of the 2d Dragocns who i i. stationed at Ca.

devourer, but even the full grown bolls have tion of the Report was "shall the report be I : itiwma lo tf&ffit to gire"4ran an outline agency of Mr. Cabell, for temporary use, thus of the enemy, and although they gave them : margo, is determined that theme hall be no

?ot escaped. In addition to this, the. country concurred in." of his. peeclT. jrt-sufficeir&, say it was a raising a confidence on a spurious basis. by hard chase the felows succeeded in getting oil opportunity for such IceD5t there us once prevailed .

1* Mill suffering from incessant rains, and the On motion the bill .nr report wore laid mere-second Cffi&on of Ms circular. He was which great loss ha resulted to the people ? by taking to chaparral. In the pursuit, bow. at Mat moros. purancec Jottructions .

little! Cotton remaining to h ,picked, cannot on the table. r.plidofitspeecb or near two hon ,u. And furthermore, is it not a fact that when ever, one of them dropped his lance-a regu- from Gen. Taylor, b fits fA


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tr agent older, Ironi which the tullowingis a, The 895,588 GO mil. A Whopper.
'V THE FLORIDIAN. Yours, i' extract : I appears that the Sentinel and its adjuncts have We find the following in the Sentinel F.vJra, is- notifod

I- CAXAKGO, Mexico Sept. 10, 1816.I ----- --- ---- -- --- discovered! that their reference to this bill, for th nied on I'riday last : Circulars. the people, through the public prints, of the,

I 7b all wum it nry concern : No America "LET US ALOE. sake merely of making a little political capital, h. .It became bnvicn that an iairnenie number of The Sentinel has attempted to get up all s'lrt of a 1 places where he expects to address hia foH0

I eitiren will; be allowed to !locate in Ctmarge. P'.tTURIAYOCTOIIER --3-, -184O.- --- wrought them n good. They} Confidently anticipated handbills" vere prepared at the 0 florditH (ffiet,' bugaboo about out extra paper of last vrek. We i citizens up to the day of the election. \Vii:

without a written permit from Gen. Taylor -- the utter destruction and burial of Democracv mud that the Burma mail of this day teas DiTAin- were waited on by a committee of six, of which Mr has been the course of Mr. Cahell i in this
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I No goods brought by ,steamboat or mules WI il] Democratic dominations. under this) huge wave, set in motion? and rolled t'n\ tD FOR HOCRS to al,1 of their being deposited Cushy was one, and because we did not see proper to poet ? After the 26th September, all re.

b alowe to rfmain-l such will be sei ard m b> the breath of whiggery. With what satisfaction ''_ Cifl." show them a copy, we received all sorts of abuse in tr
of him lost. Xo is ofht
z'r Mtit t> quartermaster at B.azO. FOR CONGRESSWILLIAM do we see this ware recoil upon our opponents I is not the first time that the Sentinel hu attctnptetl the last Sentinel. As large as life and twice a* nat. are one made aware

N.. person not connected with the army, wil and sink them beneath its surf. We take to create a prejudice against Government of- ural are paraJt't1 th, name90f" D, S. WALKE*,"" RSiuxr whereabouts. Why had he n.ollbe maul 1CCU

\ be sufleitul to stop at Canur, without a per- A. KAIN, pleasure in assuring them that our delight is unmixed. -, icers" Bat to show the utter (.IhOI of the above A. ," C. C. C. WILLIAMS" "JOSEPHCLISBY"W of hN opponent to make public the times and

mil from Gen. Taylor or the command o! We enjoy it .unnminoutly" statement, we subjoin the following certificate : P. Lz.ou'" and ., B F. ALLJ," to places he intends meeting the people ] Ono

the post. No privato freight of any kind to }hebrought 0.-YftANKI.IN---COtISTY.- Nevertheless, we tffct to say th"the Sentinel T ALL\H.\UF POST OFFICE, > a certificate the fact that we would not grants this won.'t do. It won t du for him to giv*

ashore from steamboats ; and, in accordance Leon Comity)' 'omiiintlons.SOR has fallen into scine/tir errors in his'hasty discus September". I .r.of )the their modest request, to furnish them a copy of our an opportunity any democrat to refute hj.
it stated in extra
having seen an and his
with the instructions all of the b.ll W dislike to that he sophistry strip taritl'and other ;
prisons MOO say never ex hindbill. What a terrible tempest it kicked up.- whig
STATE *L>ATOR, Dentine! 711t tin Easfr had been de- doctrine of the
not connected with the army, are required to ainined it, because he avers that he has done 8; but mai What an unaccommodating mm was the editor of gilded trappings which he
BENJAMIN G. W \RING.FOR taint} for hours, on its trip, to wait foriIaflliill5 throws around them.
leave the place by the inst. we will SAX that his memory i. more than ordinarily the Flondian. It was incendiary" handbill.-
711 from the Floridian office, it rs hereby
sr>T\TI\I Mr. KAin the other hand
HrPHE on
The Flag also] ) us tint! the Ixicanl trcocll ro\," although he did.forget to answer maul Wonder, savs one, if the town won't burn np &n. fears not tti
that such the fact. :
ertified not
4 t in Camanro who had been in the employ of I.WHENCE O'B. R.\XCI the REUBEN \NMNG(; was not mid day sun. They are smt ined
i the quartermaster, and who were tigited In Mr Cabell was nominated bv a caucus (By the The East. \\onder if ghost and earthquakes won't fall br the pow
time mail M'apthich' carries it. =
the alcalde to cease work, were offered an increase JOHN P. DUVAL, waj, ]he fvi'got to answer tnt of these queries, alter '>) closes at eight i o'clock on Tuesmlay upon us in their wrath and ent.rely demolish?- er of truth. They are sanctioned by a largj:

]I of wages to return to their employ)mnt. J.UIES111.1. :. all-viWas :fr. 'abel!', nomination opposed bv "veiling mi, is due to the carrier at six o'clock onU'er'ne'scJ.i Wonder if' we hadn't! better end off an express for this majority he has of his announced countrymen.his Convinced of

Refusing to accept it, (,en. Patterson com- -- any one gentleman, or mere, in t that caucus ) It at the assistance Oh ifs a gone case this time for the appointinenr j)
G': Our frieodi throughout the Mate will nuchblice ? } r"rnil \.1 ready whigs and demorrals, with the
i pe !Jed them to go to work at their former wa. .> \M h\ forwardii us the the earliest electionr But the bill Upon his own short memory', the 1 me amid} e\eral hours befiiro. P.IJKTS not poor Vooni Hut at a dernier resort, the faithful no efforts of whigsery, however snrince ih,t

: pen. The Mexicans were perfectly willing .tuiin in their s.,.eral:t'u'ti entintl a !erts-" Ity far the larger poition of >texpe.idiureswire r-'eiuiriiij any regiSter in the I' )tt OlFice, are about town S'il"icril"edir:>er IIv, and forthwith an express can them to ht* unbound ingenioui
to c uitimie work, but were held back through b locofbco Let all about prove or inj'Jri.JUI.
--- --- > agents us see treijuentl) put into) the mail hs after the was started with a fl.iniimig c\tra. our
,1 ft ar lt the who was given to understand \"OlTR'-ny the Constitution of the Mate the how tar his serves him in tins case. The this s"lf.Mnltif\1t committeeour "
Alcatt. menuiy "i 1 ual hour closing the mail, .-itiut'r Ea!t or iefuil to give uj!' tw El \LVH.ILANCE Tin: PRICE OF

that must not again interfere in mat. 't"aLI..ati"M; of \oltrs are two tears, residence! in total. ;am. int of the bill is $l .:,|"! 42 ; of which West, lor acctmmnndatiui: of the public, handbill! *K II Jet enie xfra timings quite as sensible LHJER rr."

1 tcrs <>f the sort. I the State: for a inemtxr of Congress, and ,tr.months amount the 3d Auditor allows, as the total claim, nt uithoiit regatd to |>olitir! or of an The question has been

4 Tie Kl '! mentions the narrow escape e I'' ,n time county where the vile i!o"rf for member the Trit"I", $>7,'"-0 71: ; which, deducted front ."hiractcrvhati'v.er.. The! f\.oitism mai (" ) But tln-rc i* a *]'M to all tllii.r the rery time asked of Mr. Cabell respectfully and re.peatedly I

I 1 two .>f\'aI.lr'J rangersfrom a part i>f h.teen: ot the S.nate anti l House .f Reprtsentatnes. the frt amullf. leaves a balance due the Ui.itrd !fu'c n n.t i in consequence( p\erylacil- the vi hn;. were making such an'"t. iboiif our handbill or his friendiWi'l -.

1tiI3IS., a were journeying b) them \' trr inw,t b citi/en' of the States, and! Slate of I't.0s" N'ov\ who tl.J Mr. Cabell vote for John C. Cahoon!
i' !rl() .( t'nite i j le us see pad out Ity is atioided to the public, when it dOs ,a secret eiirnlnr\\\ 'm! ss prepared, and circulated -

t rtelvei fp m Carnargo to Matamoros.. The enrolled in the Militia! of the state. the .greater portie>n"ot this l 13-IS9- 42, th. whig lot interfere with the regular business:of the signed bv jOxFPII CLISJIV, telling all a- for the next Presidency of the United Slate t

: owed their .'Fcajt to the superior!!} of their The (lulnr Trials. or the "locoliK'o'* administrations of the Temtorj Post I Otict: or Mail CHltrartnrs. bnut the whig [,r..pe<.ts, Mr Cabell, Mr Kain &.c against any candidate the whigs may ',riDI

horses anti the prompt) me of their arms. In hastily running over the items in the bi we :MILES i I Post Master. the bv all their of 1
The (\ in GaJ-"'i, after a laborious !1iul X\SI, and urging whig. hopes sneces- "ut. He or his friends have not
have of the c answered.
The accounts which we now neatly three \\'ks. adj"ur.jcsterdax-. The trial find that t-l'ViI'iO "() was expended! by the whig, \ \ BUTTON, to buckle' on their arm' r, The alfiitationi, therein We have a right to he will
riot in the Georgia regiment are scarce } so cOuy'l,*"'* 7 2 for the democratic administration Post Master presume not vote
DVpuU withhold for the election.
terminated in of in" made we prt'Sent.lf..r "
of the notorious FLOWERS a H'rdic IIta' fir the distinguished Carolm-in"! if
Glh inst. but lip
full as we published on the ol 1
like The irnlt.and himself; MIIII and fLACK. all convicted t I to use Now, il this cumJoalHl! sm.1 \vt have two companies engaged I
purprr. sum be tIe" larger portion" ol jj.ls3t-'t U, thenwe founel in the Sentinel 1 "I''fn.: ,''r Sentinel circular sneaked off under color of night ? uun
be secret
Greenland the Kens.is Ran- <;f negro stealing, have. l been H'nf uctd to hung on lit pr pii.ueinapar whom he can benfow- his 'Irrajp1111'0
were : t
Corporal Ilpfr J.b ii Whalen of the Greens, Friday next, the"thin t. lo.LOIA:, the murderer acknowledge that the sin ol creating: this. enorm i with that agai-nt the Post Otlice in Although from a whic, we find some right ged say to the friends of Air. Calhoun-Are > .
er. .u-> bill should be visited upon the democraticadministration this :lace, the readers will but little confidence 1d\"i..e there which we for tie benefit olour "
was shot through the The Flag of the of Fish, 'us execoteti yesterday.There | pl.ce copy willing to entrust the destinies of your favorite !
h"ar. are '\era! others,char lh,ith negro stealnir Hut we really cannjt hold the whig in its ;!"erli.n". Verb tat Democratic friends It is at follows : to such uncertain chances If
of Volunteers !
Oih s-i\s Col. li iker, the Illinois jo ti are tm.certly .
t still confined!, whose trials take place at theNo adminiotration f'f Is3y guiltless uotillhibt proved --' -- yj-: Contrailttt all gtortei, which mossy be eircu- his fiiends. will
and il you nor--cannof.
was then l ling Matamoros suffering One thin to notice POLLSTo! POLLS the the election OnIht'
we are phased although Fated a'gintt '[r. Kain on etc of
I' 'emb term of the CourtCol. lat ] TiE TiE other hand itou for
vote Win.
much from the wound he received in suppres- ( Gad"r.n the Stntiiu I's .Florida, in his first Their appearance at that moment should be satisfactory A. Kiin
I sine; the riot. Tl.e names of the wounded are t Tjorlmer and the School .and. e'ci> deemed curu's\ondenr."chargeable" ( the bill, ]>tn
i not given, but a fill account of the whole affair C"J L/miner. M out again in the last Sentinel and vet.10 a seond essay Sfnlt I he seems to doubt its e correctness ho day election is at hnJ The electionfor Mark this democrats and take the alarm. We both: privately and publicly to sustain Mr. Cal.

1.1 is promised in a future niimbcrnfthe Fal. II calls our late iditorial 'srurnlon aid abu.ive"and a Representative to the 30th! Congress of know not how many stories the whigs will perpetrate houn both as an individual and as a Reoresenfative )

.5 We learn from another source that Ciptain aCcuse!u* of slander, tie famatirn,*' &c., all which. Another t.tattii.1 is, that, this bill VMS trumped : the U lited States, and for Ut'mhff of the on the thy ol the election. Watch them close in Congress. Friends of ihe ac.compIMied '

t Me):ahon of the G Jreens, was undergoing his 1..intended to pet up an idea that lie is a poor pcrse- I np by a [Julocalit.litnnnutratioH and! forwarded State Legislature, takes place! on Monday the ly They will bear it. and gifted Calhoun ponder well ;
t trial h.a couit-imrtial at Matamoros m tin' before( )ou forever destroy hi. cha'ces, for tho :
and entitled the ) of the
luhnu.:, to s svmpathies I to this State Now we assert, on the bet authority 3th inst. Be active-be vigilant! Take good The Bank and the Sentinel. highest honors which free
0 13 h. I a people be.
| people is Male trick at electioneering, but can
t! In the Delta, cnier. the head of" Later," I .hall tot Jiveit I : from nain and challenge contradiction, that Peter Ha ner, care, not on! to ole ).otir ehet._but see that In its great des:re to sustain this institution arid stow by voting for Mr. CalJt lI. who is SUI- j
us. t.e "point. I 1i'I., a M/i'ij, (and one who should have been ousted ) Mr Cabell in arti<'ular, the Sentinel for the
[ copes tamed and is the
I we find the following letter : neighbors who wish well to the right by, peculiar candidate of his
We gt or two more of the information we Jour i
scrap ollice
: from long ago,) "Jd Auditor of the Treasury, fourth time perhaps extractfrom the Floridian I fli3ti **
bitterest toes. Ne
'; I wrote you >yesterday b) the McKim. giv. I out of (Ihe article that I also vote. them man can serve tWoma. ,
hort without advice cause, Calti.m against
".nlr I appears I or order of the Administialion strapping
of tl1 (consent to prove that the Union Hank was not so very lers." A word to the wise i is
transactions sufficient.
ing s
you husint (l\1 I.. had leased 3.Ji> acres ol the 16th Section, and made out this account of his own free will their totes. In several} counties, the unpopular at that time. This we admit while at 1
here hich dull. I have
-w are now an I
f furnishing f with the news opportunity r.'Ct'i- I had about 210 acres in cultivation He still evades and accord, and presented it to the State t Florida, whips hare not presented a full ticket, and in the same time we feel bound to state that the frauds THE TARIFF ACT OF 1846.
you telling what rent was paid to the State for the u.e of I
ted from ,Matamoros which amounts I without comment and without stating his.object for' connie counties they have none at all. They aid abuses of tint institution had! not then come to This is J
just now act a reduction of Henry
I the! 210 acres, and the will see the. : Clay's tar.
thiFrom letter received Perkins f people reason I II so ding; and for which he has> net 'c given a ruI hope imy these means to lull you into a faNe 1'ght There were minv v%ho might have and doubtlt .
to a by Capt. ol his rdud.nct when we tell them that "nt.I.al) of has been I iff of 1942, or it is not. That it is a reduction
this it that I S.J although it rf'luslIPveraly by and (fatal; secunU. Thc try to impose on I :"* did believe wtih ex-Govtrnor Duval, that
at piacc, states two spies wt rearrested
t in the camp at Camargo and examined I this tt.l.tiol rente-d at the sum of ONE DOLLH a I j I Messr--. flrocknbrougli; Yulee and Wistcott And JOI, tint there is scarcely any difference, in I '. If the provisions of tins bill be fully carried into is proved by the fact that those who opposed it

2, and their guilt! evident that they sear and the other half at fOtR UOLLRS, a jear suppose it had fN'1 tendered bv' a" Democratic Administration Ihp political sentiment of Mr. Kain, and Mr.Cabell. : cCCUtifl-if the .tt'.ckholters are true to their own I did so on the ground that it was a modification ,
wa so I Ci.l! L. paid the bgult. he has paid to the State | intere-- -unless! th-v determine to rum themselves I
I does it alter the fact that this There immeasurable ditlerenee nay Iof
is an
It also ') |I money that and those who
'H're inunedi.ttely hung states this i institution will not only be hotm'it act, sustained it did so
hat the of anJ Ihite \ srcur
vt-rv high rate oneccat <
nearly jiaiI I the between them. 'Ir. Kain i b :
was improvidtntlv pandered bv disbursing a- is pledged
Vmcricans their from ) serviceable! tl..
a on way I be da to Central interest ol timecountry for the same reason. It 13 presumed that those
i part.to Matamoros were attacked b some ttrsptr am'rcantl if he paid the little rentit was gfits of tie (; n.ral (; )vtrnrnentthst a Whig ; the whole of his pist life and b) his public : as it will he prefitaLle to the shoCk Iwldua:'
1 I
} i
1 1. < than acre cartful I j who opposed it well those who
M a centptr is as as favored
ttleiicais.one American and six Mexicans I /Hi lt very Territorial \tllini"lttiol doI out nearly the "p".cIS to carry out dcm.wrtic dolrles. How lar the conf'ucttr-t! of the Bank carried out

killed. Tbo news from Matamoros i!, tint ,j correct typographical .ror" of the sums he \IIJlc of this:enormous sum ?-tliat its cusrnanagenent \hih wi promote .And secure the greatest the principles re-r mmendtd by the e\Governor we 1 the measure knew what they were about.I .-

I Col. Clark was shot at while sitting in his j i paid to 1t"r Hill .IJ and .\Iton. with which ,: is the cau"e of the existence of tie bill, and I I I good to greatest t number. Mr. Cahtl I leave it for t lie people to d.uJ The fate cf the I Otherwise, mnety-rive members of Congress

room, and that it was ordered that all 'I(xi. .j j the people have nothing to do, and keeps back the that if the (General Government withholds an of our j loOks one wa)and goes another." Thtni institution shows very conclusively the truth of the I may he set down as i ignorant of their own acts,

cans were to be deprived of their arm*, and ;i 1 I! information which thOlJdlt. to lave This laid1, claims! agjinst it on acceiint of the non-pax ment) of I i we caution >on agun. all again, let et.ryI prophesv We would advise the Sentinel to have and one hundred and fourteen were outright
:: has all at once become worth a dollar an acme rent '! for William A. I\ain-h" [I foo's.! The fact, too that the Whigs have in.
: this bill to that administration and it alone
should either go out of the city or come to at- t"'mfcrtol those extracts teoreotyped ; it miht s ve him future -
I into lone it without the written order of the commander and Col 1 L. says it it \1 in anv*' wa) conduce to t tachcs! all the odium 3 We think not In our judgment I every wa) woith of f the united and vigilant trouble, but do no hirmMR scribed upon their banners, Repeal Re-

of the post. In taking arms from the I I the cause tf education, cr add tw the charity fund, I cver> Ifen disallowed. in the bill, except those support of the free and enlightened voters of -- peal! !-Ruin Ruin !" proves that the tariff

Mexicans made discoveries will in. *t el.eertully let any' else take the land at tic i disallow and Honda. C -BELL NOMINATED BY A CAUCUS act of 1846 is torrerthari that of 1942.
1 they new of i suspended on account of informal andincemct ,I
same <,r a higher rent than I pay for it," This certainly -------- The Sentinel acknowledges at last that I Now, we have frequently heard just com
creted arms of descriptions!, as wel as se.1 vouchers, is perfectly correct-they should ,
I"okl very liberal in the Colonel but "eon.. ANOTHEII HUMULG I plaints against increasing taxes ; but we are
I munition. Evermerican in city not be allowed But we object to having this bill Mr. Cabell teas nominated by a caucus. He
and hold himself! in d. if he would have; made the same otFer when his MORK BY "IMPLlC.iTlO.V compelled to confer I hat we are utterly astonished -
compelled to arm readijness presented against the State when it is properly 1.ICT. fain'ly, we forgotten to answer the
it is the Mexicans would rent was tC'e s than two rents an acre ? I I The issued fre the Sentinel office says to hear any of the People of Florida crj.
-as supposed j j chargeable! to the agents of the General Government I extra >m "
: Cnl L was re'(nested to state who was 1he origi- i I queries} of the Democratic press. Ab, what ing out in favor repealing! a low tariff in or.
II. perh.ip* lake a.hanttp; ff the appan'ut inJifferei alone Tl.o e disallowed and suspendee'on on Friday 1 Ja.t, the !; 1 September, aseifs that
the Xmeriein anl I Mitamoros. I oat lessee under whom he claimed to u-e this land ," :r: a treacherous meni'jr) the Sentinel has when der to have a higher one passed !
>ce of regain account of inrmrrct and informal wi'l vet
\"oucher. the Billo issued I b John G. Winter
uitil became a State. He has done : I I Change ) occasion Oh he had "for Are we not taxed enough *
requires ot. Jet
but if the> in.ike the attempt they will : F"ridi lot !( I i b paid. The Territorial officers kept their yes
i aCount
find their but He \ai asked to give the date of his purchase, or II I were refused I) the City Council of Colum- ten" inform the that )Ir. Cabell i it'
I reception very waim noter} I in such a loose style, thit it is absolufelv)' necessary to public Uneratefui."

. peasant.! I' the length of time hl had held the land under that i that some carr shoulil L t.el ill adjusting: them. I I hits in payment of T,VXES due the city. This the nominee of the "junta r>f whig wire-pull Ingratitude, in all ages, has been acccunted a tin

1 The next news from the armt is looked trI purchase That he has not done, and the people( I i We should never have alluded to this fUhjft'1 i* not true, and we d.ri't our information ers about Tallahassee! together with a few of j of the Deepest dye. It was said of a celebrated command
. will the He
knew well
l b hue ifTicers heie with deal of in. sec f'ason. very objector
} a great r.t I i deeming it entirely improper[ s far as tIme from the Saiannah Republican than which ; <.r-
I vl.ich the Greral, Government had reserved the the members of the Legislature, until it was '
! trrest. as the accounts alrea-Iy receiveel IeivcL ilOiL : Florida was: concerned, and should not liars done so, i there j is in the -5 Ing-ititude he could not bear
but little doitbt that ere this there has been Sections from sale, and! Il knew that it was a I I I but that themeildlesome writer over the signature ot I i lot a stronger whig paper' so near the day election that the discloure'' It broke the beast of the brave St. Clair."

. injustice to that object to \ rk that land at a I s )uth, and we have no doubt hut that the editor .
some) lighting. Yours. gross \ '|, Florida for purpose' I'e-t known to hirr!elf, chose could do him littlo or no harm. Hear him : I After Mr Cjbell h": accumulated thousands from
rent lees than two cents an acre \htthcr he was a I ofthe Sentinel was supplied with the same i the L'nt'/n Bank. as its attorney it i.
t i to lug the matter intothis political contest. WhethI We had l forgotten to answer the queries' ungrateful m
From the Soufina Jvutnal 2"VA SeptrnibtrE1TR1S part to the origins' wrong is not at all material :, information but he has it and him to permit the Sentinel and his other friends
I I he was interested or not in anj of the items in the imprortr upon ofthe Democratic press on this su'' ecr. There to

c !-AL1RM I IN TiE TV1IIC TiMP! He voluntarily made lum-elf : party afterward- |I account, we have no e"idt'ncf to prove., and care It! .1 aIslo it by .implication !" What sas the was a meeting in July 1813at th- invitation i d 'ny that he is a Rank man. He hu been connected
I I It is known that "Th- is not is.6'ied Surely ..J! L does not contend r.at tciong becomes :i hither the article in the la,t Sentinel, Indl] ? It.as that .the City Council of several whig members ol the Legislature i ] with this institution durtnz the time its I law a-
Foridian" riF,1 in LIII, because *< me cue else has done or isrtady : I Hepuhlcl ieie; _, was most profitable; and now that it bas 'lest
Travelling C" mmitteei and l Jood Hoinds" was finn West florida who were anxious that i
until Saturday of tarh w.pk. whi'e the to d<> the sine thing. J of (ollmll'r)" properly refused to receive I' the power it one had. and ceased to af.ord etrypro-
written luu little but wi'l'I Mr. Cabell should! eiffer his services the'
ty we care as ; merely .
fi'a'Jemi'lo' rnent lo 3Ir.Ca
leaves .
E""f.r:1.j regularly on Wtdnt.a) its a law of Conjn-ss, pass,-d 2.t: II January, 1"27, : I them for TOLL !" The Sentinel has: tortured an attorney sac suppose
It Col. havinz 1 remark that we never have acceded to the irst item pl"opll"t their invitation, several whigs oft !>>-i1 feels like the good farmer did, who, when be
.eems our friend Sibley,
iiMul. ,ortion of the matter ,for last.ituirdas i the Govirni r and Council tf I lorida.were authorised I of the Chanin that bill 1 ho speiks ot as bang just- toll into City taxes But what it means is this city attended-most of whom, as mitterj i found the oM f..mlllow hud ceased to give milk upon
a* got a j to lent out the .'all Sections from to winch his had been reared aid .. harold
family ,
year ytar ; I II ly chargeable against the state of ; lher simp! this : there is a Bridge crossing theChattaliuochee ol' policy preferred seeing no whig candt- "
piper l up bI 'rtiesdayprt'rrns. and they were also auth<,ri/ed lopass 'II Forida..h ow, let her die. We pity the Bank and it*
' concluded! on the latter day', to i Mie an "ex. I tl,.' toplol.rt the committee did or did not receive pjvtnent, for which CIHI.t" Georgia with elate in the field. immediate sincere friends that"even among those

I'I I I tra" containing the ame. This was (loIP. I m from tret-pets Congress never conferred any 'I II their servicu s i, likt\is a matter of no tiTicern to Alabama and it was in payment of toll across This sentence, short as it i is, contains sonic -he has most benefit ted and nourished, there are none

and the exira sent mail. I other or higher power than this Vet the GO"I.. us. \\h -th, r Gen Taj lor did or did m -How the this Bridge that Change Bills were refu&ed.- disclosures which be su.nmed now to be ft1u'1dlJ poor as to do her revere.ice."
I of'.dIPsa's :!! and Couneil in hb. made a law to lease these I.ld.i, important nity \Ve This has been of contentionheIst
By some means it was nois. that I purchase of to! ds ; whether Consul Tri.t dido Bridge a tune I
in brief follows believe 'oll"h.dIr Catk U's active and
f a
| uiitil I be-canie a State. Thin up as : (
.- an extra had l liceut issued. The whi:1 were I.lori.l d.a usurpa- !! did not write letters to him ; or whtt'ier MrI '' the ciu/eno of the two States alongthe intimate t'onnl"CtiooIfh the Union Bark cannot

I all agog ((0 A guilty con cl"ncrt" &c.- l: lion cf a power, which was never t'of'rrupun ;I I'onstt! acted properly or impr"perl> ; has.nothing river, ali to put I stop to the reception of 1. That Mr. Cabell was the nominee ofa I bed,'nied with truth. 1'e was !o conaecteda.d

Daik hint were by democrat who them, the Territorial C'.IHcil had the good sense to | to do with the matter in any share rrann or form the variety of change bills in circulation on i caucus convened in Talahtssf'e. U. That the | every both hereabout knowit If hehas I ircvenw
.rullM '! repnl) in !S'i ai.d by that act declared: that all lean the Alabama side t.fthc rin'r in 01( : izraterul t.> s n ;o.ti and \rnntable a ir;ecd may henit
at of the whips. : i whatever This much wedIwow, that, the person payment whig members of the Legislature from"l" "Nt lillenng for longer Ml that sheuld end! I Ij : pr"\e'mJratt'iu totht--who are mcliRtd to give
a < one ,
of the latter of: peri year on who fixed this lull! .cunst the State of F tar da tolls, the orJer to which the Republican teler& -
A committee (not leaders up : Florida, ithout an expressun of the wihof! him their voter- ? i elit.iv Vu-ers; we repeati; }oa
I cour ) waited rn the Editor of the Fl.ri<]iin: i j'! 1st Ja-iujrv, lSJ.J., All this legislation i we 1f'sune,1 was no less,thin Peter Ihgrirr, Fl*]., Tduditer I of was made b the City Council. Alabama are op').i>e.1 to a "*,: as a c. mol ting and useless incubus

to get the .. extra." The Colonel not illing: I look place t.aef.re Cft L. luade hi-Iurc.a', .ld Ill I the Tra-ury Jparlflr. and I ,'hiof the dttp- like Florid}has 1t1 CUI std with a de.Irtcial.t their constituents gave up their right to I upon the b- dv pfll.i ....J d. sire to pr v* and

I will scarcely' [,lead igniraiice" I 1'rt. htl. was anI and mini: of her citizens the Rppn'sentatialthou h the whigs of preserve your C'nso.tencauid liberty, >cu n u.t and
tl tJlil j sn goodajoke. mcoii'a/ed heir fears, eat ilyr. And we feel l ourselves ei iallv' justified in currency with all
honest tflort tin the of fo retract ; ru-!'it to vote against. Mr. fa bell.and aid us
but i-i-i\fld cji'ra." i I pair tl. r.illfurl that it done without outer! authority the City Cltuncil Irwniton, issued} this cit) "preferred seeing no candidate
l/l TI.t (u.mnitp.I | I! %Vit amy or wel sour power to secure f the election ot William A.
I eipo s'dtzfcit-tut no"* fitra" 1 forth.came. Diers :J a an.s injisiice to the mmon w 1\.1 fund, but:j' from the Depart me'nt ; that it will never be*- change bills to supply t the wants of t the people. the f eld." 3. That the whigs e.fihe West, although Kain
: WI.jii is ressed; t t bv Col L and ethers, who thought
These with Alabamuins
\' threats made-the Colonel remaining I rioiixly char.r against the State of Flc nda, and! tint passed currently) enough the their constituents
Wt'r. ththa,) under the first law. I, \ sent them here to That tommlttee.
l At ieuu''h gotn "duntt florida and were presented by them, in pay.
most ;jiroxokmjrlv impurtiirable. the State of I m-ver will agree to the
) I" The (oloml M very indignant that it almiuld be pay tnt iiient of toll whenever they desired to \it itColumbia. legislate and not to nominate \ candidate for Wonder if the Whig Committee, who waited on
the it the Scotch
CiflIuuitteP.; .ns I.f. as item of the clings made in this bill ; and that ,f
man *-t\s. with its fnICr in its mouth and a I I silfil| p< sic l that he woulJ be swayed by' private int< rests any of these charges !shculd ever he liquidated, t The latter city.: however, seeing Congress, assumed the power of a Convention the Editor of the Flori"dan.sU"prltf'd him puiltjcl'a

in discharcini public dutit There is no personal the not the I ".Vero ll'ttneis Bill," or anv thine like it' Cruld!
I position having same ol the of the
flea in its ear. I must be clone t betwfen I f the General Government and nfthilgsanr voters State nominated such
irnxiita'inii! to him in saying that such an intrre confidence in the representatives of it have been po*-ibie that this same very resjec-
It appears that. an extra Sentinel" i ij in its own Territorial agents in Florida, unless tie money candidate, without asking or caring to ask the
,t should dl"'IU.lify him much from ,voting in the into circulation b Tom, Hick and table committee, with Joseph Clisby, the Editor -
forthwith i i" filled put
with of Col. )
j IfI. complaint whigs happen to get into power in the State We larry of the
Ii Sil,le>.*8 naughtiness) in not allow ing the whig I' Stiiate, a:from leu'inl on a jury. I some lesseeof exceedingly regret that the Sentinel and his correu- Alabama, a!the citizens of that Slate, passed opinion people : 1. And so far trampled ofthe Sentinel, at their head, thought nsrapabU

; to know on Thursday what he intended to the 10th section under the act ofl'2'j I were sued ponelent M<,ride should have been so unwise as to a general order tint no more change bills under fbe>t the wishes anJ wants of the perpetrating such a vicious, electioneenrg trick

pubMi! on :Saturday This extra" charging fur a fair. and equitable rent, during this pretendedlease bring forth this !matter In a political contest. is should be received in painent of IIJls. Had people of the West, as to be anxious that Mr. as was that same Negro Witness bill" circulated

the democratic candidate with being a on the ground that the I law: was a nullity, and I some thing entirely irrelevant to our State politics I they made an exception in favor of Mr. Winter Cabell should offitr his scrrices .lo them. in the whic* just on the eve of the election last eU

bank: man-though Mr. Kain had loudly proclaimed the lease only good for erne year would Col L. be is nupotttita matt(.r, but a subject which interests the excitement on the subject of shinplasters ----- against Mr Brockenbrough '

in Tallahassee! his opposition to the competent to II'rH'il a Juror on the trial of the I the people of Florida a whole, and both Flo. would have increased, and a greater prejudice THE SENTINEL AND THE TREASURY. We refused to Rive a copy of cur extra to the ccmmittee -

..c i wholo banking tem.-.charemg: the d<-?fnocratic cause? Would not hi* own l'lil of honor prompt a would have been aroused in the Alaba. I b>caii e ss c knew they were unnecessarily excitid -
}' rida" and the Sentinel be themselves The Sentinel is bell vsus
ahart- We told them would
81Jul making ado about the but"they not
I with divers had things : him to .'ccli'ie ? Suppose then a law In-fore the Senate n.iar.s against Columbus! by which the city great
parr. for lu.'gmg this thing into the present canvass. They prole >ed to be trierdly-they were so,
44 10 numerous to he mentioned"-was, we I providing for be institution tf purl cuit!.would would probably have lost much of the profita.ble fact that the President says the Treasury is we believe-but their rmidable appearance u

understand, sent ofib}' special (express nw. I it not be equally' indelicate for him to vote there Mr. Calel and the Union Hank. trade she now enjoys from the citizens of empty ; and would attribute this to the l fact numbers, reminded ns of former scents passed thro

\ {far at ire have learned, brim circulated about I Wht'l the vote was !taken in 1M, on adopting our The Sentinel calls us to account for saying tratMr Alabama. The Council, t therefore wisely that the tariff act of 1842 has been repealed.Now Knowing we had done r.othinz improper, we determined Had-
1 to leave them U> their own cogitations
r Tallahaitcc. And although an assri(1 pn-sent Cn"tlfutln.1 order to the immediate admission Cabell's connection in the Union Hank ceased determined that no shin.plasters good, bal or have
I let us drive home him this im- any one of them called upon[ > us, we might n-t
i ii therein to be of Florida into the Union was one sur 23,1 of December indifferent; should be received at Bridge upon Their
of this paper attempted con any only on the IS> 15. Hear him'!- tht hesitated to give him a c>>|'v of icr extra

troverted no' one ras cl come to this I I pn.e that CuI I.. hh'iuld vote not Very few, who He quotes from our last paper as follows alt we apprehend that the order was paott worthy insinuation. The tariff act of 1816 whole course forcibly reminds us of the old a are.

aol voted: in the negative, fubstantial without the faintest blush Mr. I does not into operation until Decembernext. .5 \ guilty conscience needs no accuser" Therefore
offict! And it is only now, ( our paper is : hat a reasons for .Mr Caht 11 never withdrew as a stockholder until exciting upon go

filleJ, that we hive accidentally got hold: of!I their vote I he- felt hnr" If justified in working the 234 div of December lust, after he had men %%'inter'schcek. In the language of the Re. So, Mr. Sentinel, henry Clay's great they wer thus u oicioiis. .

f- one,of them-afltr i i to laic to notice its the 10th stion. upon pay i.''to the school fund half once era,ictre for Coiiure-not popular.-Fluridian., and found that Bank ,Stoekhold publican, it may be said, then, that the City act of 13 42, is still in healthy operation, and Condemned out of their own Month

contents. a cent an acre, or a cent and three-quarters, could Council very properly refused to receive them It is said that Mr Cabell voted against Mr Ball-
The Sentinel then adds, by of calling to will remain in operation until that time and
I however w have no objections. Gentlemen any one expect him to give up his lcue.or to give! a u for TOLL. zell's resolutions invoking the interference of Congress

r ] Whigs, >(rnu are late or weak in vote that would have the, same effect'Col accountthe fol loss i parprapl: We are no advocates as every body knows, yet, as h igh as it is, it does not procure the a- in the matter ot lbs Territorial Banks. That
to 10
: .Mr. Cabell to a stockholder in the he also voted against the section declaring that the
Lorimer closes his article with tead for shin-plasters but contemn mount of now required. W'hy Because .
Do what- we revenue
efforts to mislead people. something utterly a the
your If Union Bank on the 2': lh July, IMI ; jet this assertion General Assembly shall not pledge the faith ol
: rteroucan by your secret circulars. you can. which looks very' like a threat about settling some is teitcrated in face of a certificate of the fart Irat'rll/of the tray, een to injure a poUt. I the expenses of the Mexican war must State in aid of any corporation. That he also voted

lot seduce the people of Florida. Even your matters with the Editor hereafter. And after the from the Cashier of the Bank. Such is the Floridi- icaloppolent, and that opponent known to bean be paid out of it. atainst the -rction w ich declares that the General

.* witness which has not been forgotten above remarks were we received from him i a an's notion of justice.-Sentinel. honorable high-minded and honest man And this is the extent ofthe Sentinel's boasted Assembly shall, at its first session, have power to

. negro, could not IJi. it last }"ear. Any other communication dated tennf.)yesterday. We have red Unfortunately however for the Sentinel, we find Pair play is (jllll," Mr. Sentinel, and patriotism lIe would gladly have the people ,regulate corporations, restrain. .c.and\\control* hall all PLELiD bankme institution GUILTY

humbug which you ma now attempt, will il att nfi\'cy. and differ entirely with him in believing the following certificate in his same paper I cone when Jot again attempt to lug in anything taxed for the protection: Northern Maniifacturers TO .ILL THESE C1URGES; and the general

meet no better success.I ) that we have violated the rights and decorum of from no Its a personage than the Cashier of the from abroad to operate upon our people, and ; but when any fighting is to be answer is to be found,"S.c.,&c.-Sentumel,SepteXO

; a editor in the particulars that he-poinfs out. And Union Hank hin.self I reads thus- excite their passions tell lime truth, the whole I done for our rights and for the honor of the bet 20.There'.

I hereby certify that EDWARD CARRINGTON CAB truth and but the truth !" !-here it is, in black and white1 The
nothing United Slates he would
MOST EJCCBLF.JVT MO"EXE-.o have: think that if he will give the. matter a little cool endeavor to cast a
I is not stockholder in the Union Bank of "
a !
' Eeq Sentinel GUILTY to all these charges'
}Wn informed that David Chambers, one of reflection, and advise with juhcious friends, he will Florida IL and that he paid up the amount of his sharesin MARIANNA 24th. 18 16. slur upon the Administration for expending the pleads
Sept. He makes virtue cf and aekneutledgf
the Executive committee of the State Fair be of the same opinion At any rate, his note would Territorial He.nds, on the 2'.Uh! of July. 1SH, although surplus revenue accumulated by Henry Clay's a necessity "
he did not apply or get a release of the mort- Dear Sibley-I received yours ofthe 25th high tariff for this honorable and what can be PROVED from the record People
}lifts> that a premium awarded li) have been better timed had it preceded his threat.lie .- patriotic ser
proposed b until the 23/ of December of and 19th and should Florida shall the reason" assigned by
of hu property < day August September, vice. Oh his ') "general
the Fair, at iu next annual meeting., for the surely could not think any anal, placed under a fat yes, patriotism would impel
Talah ,ee. Sept 9 I, 1846 hate replied before this, but have waited my him its the Whig organ why Mr Cabell saw proper to act
to for this
: best written essay or paper upon the history threat in a proper position to make apologies, explanations H'L. L. RUTGERS. oppose expenditure purpose ; ,
from Washington county. Kain will but he would have I up to his natural Bank notions in the Convention
of the Army "'on and the best manner to or retractions He has ho\e"e misunderstood We then ask, who is correct '-the Editor of the rtur rejoiced had this surplus
beat in that county at least I 00 votes. been lavished nabob Manufacturers !icreen him from your condemnation at the ballot-
I its destructive the intending to wound Lit feeling in CabeI extravagant upon -
upon crops. is
stop em.ca a Sentinel or the Cashier And if the Cashier cor. him
? We show
the of
In county, strong-hold tox trust not. Rally then, and
: This call forth the best talents oftbe State, point,where we had no such design, and regret that meet, have we stated thing but the truth in the whiggery 1 !
any *
wi to re
Kain get about 100 and Cabell about (hat when you wan't a Bank man naturally"
This is his !
doubt elicit much valuable in furmation. should have that wi patriotism
and no he o supposed. Believing a private which the Sentinel from our last and
paragraph copies 300. II Calhoun Kain will get at least 60 present you in Congress, you will call en Aim

We trust that the premium will be explanation. on that point would b mewl cons paper? Let the people! answer. majority. In Walton I learn Kain will get The whigs of New York have nominated Hon. Jno. I lave him the trouble of announcing himtelfia obe-
from the neighboringSlates nant to his have made it in that term,
to we
I I open comjwtitors and Alabama for this feelng. The Hon. George N. Bnggs has been renominatedas about 100 and Cabel 200. So you will see Young as a candidate for Governor, and Hop. Hami-! hence to the invitation of a caucus-clique ** lb13traltahae.
of Mississippi but leave him entirely liberty! to use it publicly if "
I 1 particular matter.' -r Ar. O. Delta. h'- prefers the vihig candidate for Governor of MafsachuseH that Cabell gel more than 350 major. I Inn" Fish for Lieutenant G"vrtn. r. .



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For the Fioridian.C stitutioti of I ISi-l" By order of General Sales l the Great complaints have been made against the Sec Notice. I r J. SCALCS, Bu-ceoa Dentist By the President of the rutted--stsuttIN -- .

Lorim-r and Ihe 'rbanic4. I the Provisional 321. President the, a manifesto was publuhed ou retarv of War for di-bandnif a regiment of Missourivolunteers A LL persons indebted to the estate of John Bel returned to this city, and may be found at

Editor-Some on? is aid to have remarked: ofcr I On the pl\lposing 30th.the umf' at Fort Lcavenworth It is said in ex lame, deceased late of Jefiemon County a-e I I HAS times unless professionally enraged, at his
new Sccrefanes
Mr took the oath
rthv Senator.that he was nothing but acia WantI tI faithful for pla;utinn of the measure that the force was acer hereby notified to make payment to the subscriberand : old rooms at J. L. Demilly'a Boarding Hc>..
w Iml1 'tr-i at that. This ancMeocfnrr'd of their officw Almonte, of tamed to be unnecessary for the object of the expedition all those having demands against said estate,will I, October 3. '". 11 3m
u Parheco *
tnJ P ar of .
t. WT I 5taiP : U jou, of Foreizn Kela- and that it would be an incumbrance to the present them duly attested, within the time
t" mini while examining prescribed -
forciMy my tions Fana of
theTrea "
t ; ur At late of the is unrued
Lien Liw It to me a arnx a period season it by law for settlement toWILLIAM Admlnu lnator'. Notice.
I'. appears
C,4. 'rlm General Cortm has bien appointed Governor of the regiment would find
I a difficulty in accom-
.. Itw-f'ffi of proterli to the tights oft the citx Mexico great BAILED, pe-Mon having claims azainst the estate of
.rvr,, the march < Fe the ALL
tithing to santa and
.nd /, ** rezjrd4 benefit to the I On necessary Admini t rat or de bomt non. Felberg late Jefferson county, debased .
man, the 27th
lit *'ne ( Commodnre Conner sent the Mexican .
to of
e transportation would be impracticable on account
resemble thejnhm1' Jefferson County October 3.1%4G. 11 2m notified the within
at larce d n > even are hereby to present same
rAmmuoitv J Secretary ol Foreign Relation from the that
*, despatcles want of f the hordes It
eras ir appears
which had a 11f..k of fat and a his Governme the time prescribed by law, or this notice will be
"li. Col Kearnoj' forces have a v en": provisions ss ith Notice.
ln throughout plead in bar All indebted to said estate are
,treik of 1'41-1 is ; A 'commiMee ha! been appointd and left the cifxI them and that he 011 in the I persons
dificultj 13 feeding
} indebted to the estate of Uilliam
To prove what I .ax i* true let us refer to the I of Mexico to meet Mnta Anna on the wav. and to al"i i hordes and mules ALL persons requested to settle forthwith. pursuance of law, I. JAMES K POLE. Pre.|-
1Iamy.d..ct'a..td.1ate of Jefierson .
\Vh t additional security doe* ltd** to the compaiv him to the Capitol. I Ii County are HENRY GREENBERG. Adm'r.Monticello ) of the United State of America da hereby
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mechanic- ? I hesitate n,t to sav none at all. It. itrue. i It i< said tnat Paredet ha" been conducted ba. .Maine Election -The most x luirei!h part of the hereby said administrators to make payment to Smith Simkins de.mands September 2<5. 1MO 10-2m declare wid make known lhat public sale will be
of all
it ",mir '" doe'.. but a moment examinationrroves double escort to the Fort of I'erote State ha* been h.ard from. The Atlas of Friday one : and those having held at the undermentioned land off ces in the Slit*
against said estate will them to the and
lIal-ln- Rope.
that it throw- *" roam obstacle'in the wa It"a. morning with than the present of I LORlDA.at the periods hereinafter )
eeneralh believed at Mexico that Con- 207 towns, twenty more designate* ,
duly attested within the time law
jb t no mechanic can take. advantaa* of its pros It mod..re ioat had tAin in session of Monterey. Portland whig paper| of t the same day, qixes figures same required by 70 PIECES BEST QUALITY BAGGING viz:
I they will be barred of
"Iif.rnia. from which we compile the following footings of the or recOVery. 30 Coils first rate Rope, for sale bv At the land office at ST GUSTINE. conmencm -

nr*' i.tioTi *>f the law provid; ,that Mechanic vote for governor : E EMMALA BELL \MY, Adra x. Sept IL', 1101111.' 9 J. R FOnn E. ? on Monday. the twenty-third dtv of November

; s' tH harp a /<, for mitenaU furnltP 1 'This ConoMtution i* a laithful of that of IMG 145. SMITH SIMKINS, Adm'r. nut. for thedi'po alof the Pubhichands within( the '
done on anv house ; hut to cure this the COpt JefferionCuuunty, October 3, 1H46 II 2mIX COWARD ". \'> isT, Justice of the Peace undermentioned townships and fractional
ud 'ol the Tinted State except the trial bx. J'ur" Dana dem 2>>, 0f> Andersondem, 27J 2 town htf"s.

rabbinic must first fil.with tl e Clerk or the Circuit I Bronson wIng, 2:iiTJOther I Morse, whig 22.5Vi CHANCERY WILL attend to the collection of debts coming to wit : lit

C9 urt ol t the Countv in which the building! i,"it- Mr. Branrh'i Afffptanrr.U'ARRFN -, b.4I3 Others, tj.ftj I jurisdiction) of a Magistrate's Court. South rf the lose hue anti cut of the pnnrpalmertiltan

uated.On oath. ajitxf and tut arro,, "f Itir .{.' Before the Vice Chancellor of the Fir Circuit. and will hold his Courts on the second Monday of .

him within months' Now. '' Co., \ C., Septembt-r; II 1 --4G Andrew S. Garr Administrator, & "J month for that Townships tw enl -tb and
f4lJ, df *i a .pistjnd I tiJ. -', 55. 7 r"l every purpose. rt'e fxrenty-four.of range
true' account' an one a. an honest mech CrNTLrMKN ha\c had the honor tort Increase the democraticxote, 1..t. and Robert Morrison, | All business confided to him will receive his lAenty nine. I

wjrk < doneand a wttMn- had with the Joseph Curtis. f I little delay If one. and '-
'ter th i Increase in all other, 2vJ as possible requested, collections I tx\eii'y-tv"o, enty-three, and fractional
to the dt'uwctat1l of Leon
Ci"" ractnr 1 he Contractor h fir.' this might .ell me that count, Trustees of the Apalachicola Land j I made without suit. township twenty-six ot rarire thirty.

ti. .tlr.interest in th. premises or I.e muhl: ;postpone HI miss meeting at Centrc\ille, have nominated Total increase, "..id's. Company. ,I J- Olice: in the north-east corner of the! basement Townships twenty one and twenty.threelit ange t1

a Htlemnt until the tir mOltlut eijurrd Ineita ; me as one of the democratic candidates The democratic ;pluralitx in the above towns is NOTICE TO CREDITORS. of the Courthouse.Tallahassee thirty-one

** case we imagine t 1,1 mechanic, ..r drt l7a', to represent the count) in the representative J!,'k.7. and will be increa> xl by the towns yet to ST.VTF OF NEW YORK, ss.-In pursuance of a September 1'J, IS '10 oMagging Fractional township t" DtJ. of range thirt.two..

"Ir i liac his hen Ur nee, then. that this clause iir:inch} o'! the next General .Yhaembl of the come in. The Auu'ta1:1' says that, though our decretal order of this court made in (the above ----- ------- -- Toss nships 1'0\twent-three and txver}-fvcr.uf range

11'b l niAes nc*e,"arv lilt a .iu't sud true !e. ) candidate for xcrnor may not be elected by the entill d cause, and dated the twenty. -eighth day of nnd Hope. tliirty-three

cno'it "Ithlhl, Clerk of the CirluJI Court max rob state. people our part is by no means defeated Mr July, H4i, whereby among other things it was rdered inn l'lECES Globe Mills, Township twenty-one, the west half of township

the hone mechanic mpltelx of all, n. a*.A as it I had hoped tint the letter I wrote previous Dana lead-t the htchtat opposition candidateb thousands and directed that the undersigned one of the -Lv/lj 75 pieces! Covmeton entv-four. and townships twpnt.fiu', (wentsix,

pro* Id.nn mean fir .ecurin2a, lien prrrmit* to a In 'tlit" meeting of the Convention. informing 01 votes and If not elected can fall but little mastersof this court. di advertise, according to law lit" pieces Sea Island and twenty-seven, of range thirtx'foeirF .

.wtt.emfflt.'" we would t'allhl4 U"vets lean" our friends that it would' IK ini[>o silje] for me short ofa majority over all. U e have a reserve force and t the practice of tin court for all persons and corporation 2 xi I coils Rope for sale by ractiunaltovrrishipstwertv-onearKilxventy-th.ree,

one in tin particular S for this viexv in re- sufficient to overwhelm the whole combined opposition i- having claims debts or demands against STARR LLOYD'A. FLAGG. toss nshiip twenty-four, (except sections twenty.nine,

thin t1' t'ontractr>r.t :i to return home in time to canvass the counts. That force can vet be brou:hl to bear so as to the late fin of Carnochan Mitchel, of Savannah September 12. 1M< SKerney thirty.thirtv-one, and thirty-two.)and*ect ion twenty

.'contractors" the 1" lsi ,'rftpwl. to Bixe a : ov\inp to sickness in m> fiulIilJ.ltnal reqii-stinj; sjxe the State From the returns 'it is apparent thatin provided for in the trust deed of Octsxius Mitrhel nd -lour and txventx-Sxe.m township twenty-elhttf

To avail him .ll lit mn.t tit irn.n,- that nn name might not he n.ed. would base a lane number of representative districts! the people and \vife a'1d Carnochan 5* Mitchel to Robert Mitchel i Ltusejrs. range thirtv-fitc

. tlce len in writmc to the owner HI proi>riet ir. nr \\\\t\ i influenced the Convent.on to elect some one have failed to elect The number of these dis- dated 30th April l v}:, to present their said 6 CASES Kerseys Fractional tow nships twenty-fwe. txvejUv-fix.ard

? 11 hiintention to tnrni!h mutenaU lor or trite is sulticientlv U-ge to control thecharacter of claims, debts and demands, with evidences there- I do Lmsevs. twenty-seven township txsenty-eicht. (except section

porfirm.11. liSor on the hull ling, atid the i'r.!. bl.' \-alU'thercot lietttr known to the people, and more likely the llou-e, and the election ot i 'nxernnr and possibl of. bx a div and at a place in the city of Xl'W"rk Just received and for sale by six.) and sections one, two, three, tour, and .

and it afterward-the( pr'"t-ie'r or hi. to comniind (heir support feince that teller tilling the vacancies in the Vuate to control that body to be fixed for that purpose : and that aid master fixa STARR LLOYD & FLAGG. twelve, in towrship t-srentv-nire.iif farce Ihutv-jlx

aet not Ottf| er of m> fatnil alsu"Huston Post peremptory d tY for the exhibition of said demands ; September 12, !* !I.;. & Fractional ton nshi1'hscunt -seven,fractiuna(Iow.a-

d" ne. the contract. h.1 ir including tin sell: have been sick with= fe.VIM and that all such creditors as shall not come in and ship twentv-eijjht, (except section one,) ard town
writire. time >d b\ onil of the .\" O Delta W A1'1Jl) 11 QaOOEJlJ] ; ships twentv-nine and thirty ct
the "Culfnwr in !nut snriu I ; Conij> < ner prove their demand bx tin time so to be limited, or range tfmty-sevra.
and! IUcOOJjlt"Ucd to abandon all
the contractor and c'rtli.hhim to tx. ,u.t. "li4llbcrres SAN ANTONio ot IEXAR{ Sept. ">, 1S4E. such farther time a. the master shall allow for that Fractional vxnships twfiitxitht, twenrv-mn

"nted II' tle owner or pro*'rictcr. or his a!'ni. idea of reinrmn:: tariierthan the llth of ( )c.tuuhmer. Editors of thr Jtffta Smre to on I urposf, shall be excluded from the benefit of the J "'T IECTn'F.J1: BY J. R FORTUNE. per s Ir.T..llaha.M"e. thirty and tbittv .one, and l tnvtnslip, tLirtv-two ar_l 1'
and 1.1 with kc | Hut. however much I pn'lerred not to the 3d in-t, ('apt. ashnigton Company cf the you 4thrtillerv decree to be nude in the said 1 cause I hereby gixenotue from New Orleans :hirtx-three, of ranee thirtv-ei ht.

N.,, ,ui'p..e th. contractor de rot chOt tnbau' I be a can hdate nn ler the rc'imstances, it is I L. S -\ arrived lucre from Cdrhle. I'a They to all such persons and corj.u.rations to j.resent 4 casks Bacon Sides, Fractional township thirty and thuizt.twoad
a .-etilrment"with the ,.uh-contract within their stud claims dibUand dem.1nd'Ith the evidences 1 Shoulders, townships thirty three and thirty! -fmr.of range thirty
urn? too late for rue to do olhervvut than ac- entered the city vesterdax and passed thrruijh in
ten dm. II trotn the ab*"nceof the t'r 'pii if.t"f or II"u.nt : thereof tome. at n.v' ftliceo. 2 > Nassau 1 small Hans for family us., -nine.
lull uniform, with f I.mr <; 'rsand two
:it I!ou of the p"rf.f tlw *nlc- t" them tu m ike such list of xMlh their 'pounJi 12poundhowitzer' basCajf street, in the city of New York. hv the f.urth 1 hhd hirSuar. Fractional township t hirty-four. townships thirl v- J

g'.e the notice requir-d what would then become of lily naiii" a' they. pi'a..f'. It wou'd: he a poor train.. & & '. which cais-nns.made Iraxellmg) dtormidable forge, dar of January next, at twelve o'clock, at iioun 1 bbl Su:ar-house Molasses eight, thirty-nine, and f rfy-one, and sections on'e.
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thC luboltractor'l hen I would h lost ot I, rf'cl'lilallor' their J"ill.ln""s fur me 'lo subject appearance for this( part of the country quite and much Dated New York, September 3d, 10 &". 20 bits St. Louis Cit Mills Flour. two, eleven. twelvethirteenfourteen. twenty-three, .
10 Illinois Flour, twentv-four, twentv five, txxentv- t\, twenty-seven
cciur4e. them to the illclln"'lIit'rH't' of nominating an. aitonished the Mexuani hire, thev never having Il
Rut it provides further that the buildinc: shall on- Mister in Chancery.. 10 (ibIs Floum thirtv.four, thirty-five and thirty-six in township -4I
other candid. (he of h\\ seen so treat an artilUrx di plav in an armxandbe_
1 1\ tie "'i'iiect to thestib-con'ractnr for the .m.Jnt ite. or disappointment that of the Mexicans AMRFW S CAR Sol'r 1 tierce prime Rice. fifty four, of range foctc.

due the C.mlnCtnr. thu nlarins if in the m\11 ol i m Imt throe in the ..i.cl.! I all-'ct; neither i in'l liexmg that nothing could the epial Sdi Pedro about two October 3, l 1.-11' II 3m 2 bhN Leaf Lard Fractional ti.vsn.uip! llnrtx-i\. townships fcrlfortyone /.

the ipnetor and contractor to draiuI l the tlll'oRf-'i uhifl;'ru'zire or filsf mIllI,-.,'. I take lite mile troln They theiltxI encamped on lOkezs forty.two, rty-thiee, ai'd fifty-three, ariul

tractor Let n< .upf; >>.;e a t'3"t (a *''..' c m- I Tax CoIIrt toi'*, ionic. IR sacks Rio CofT.e.Tallahassee fractional township flftv-four, (oxcef ,sections one. jJ ,
inition hi h cU/nlilll"lIl.: ; '
as a and thi R..d..r". f the who left bvCo
; I'Y :e it ef I Hrajoo::<, ( was txvelve thirteen
trirtvr tll I f. (th pro 'n#>t' r.) to hu 11 T JHMI. | art'l *, of the authority vested l in me bx- law I Sept. l'!'. 1SJC 'J twenty-three, twcnt ur. twenty, u
!. Ilirnex with three ot Texas
l\f\ i Ihi.!.lumlf of doinff iiit' th. f riej"-w. tkpj never unacceptable although vve sufl't comllanl.1 troop", Byirtu this day levied upon and will for five, twentv-six, twenty-sex, t'iirty-tour, tLirtfive )-

,, ttl-r-t-T" enT':?- C /wlio i.'hi'>-r "'trirtortid .> : IMV: ili.a thy for them as I nn) in this II Rio ICier(.rande comnnnd.) and Mr of Callahan'apt. Cady.arrived at Presidio this morn-de sale. in front of tie Court House in the city expose of Tallahassee NEBOOKS.. &f. i and thirty-six.) of range fortyoneToxvnships p

work The bnildtni i< *ini-hed! \ Just reeeited brit Foam the folloicingrtc forty-one, fortv-six, and fVrty-&rven. ;
.the ""i. In. 'hmu-iutz: badh beaten.It I amid re >ortfd the rcmamdtr of the command on the tirst Monday I III Noxember next the per .
lug and fractional
tl h4' with C until lieljj* hid a -ettl.nnentp BooksWAPDYTHOMPSOV township fjity-tlr. of range fortyto -
rptii-f- .- illoxMit I let led satisfy the of
U "in ci'x
is needles for me to say that I am an nd-I. nt-ar at hand : their prniMons heinz damaged and : propertv | .
w'h!, \HI\ .."It with K to the fut aro.int. and Tallalns for taxes due '"r the veir IMO : I .' MFXICO.Cooper'sMil-
I heren' of I democratic ic i art\ I It t that (fact ondemiied it b-canie nece "- rx to procure tn >re- At the land ofLce at NCWN.
th." r.' 'I-< t., mike tmnent I, \\litrt-wtrt and the inhabitants at Preidio f"lf"d to brrriy Lots Niv*. n,, 143. 141,14'., Vfj! 2')'. north addition large Dictionary \NSVLLF. commncirs -

W'uld r h\. ; s,far a, the duildin; i" c,,nc.Tthdton1 had not ben known I \vouM! not have been as fnrnilly thex sent a small boat,J'n xith nine menoxer of said city : levied upon as the propt'rty.f Y onttt-on the Horse L S. Dispensdtorv' 'Wooili. on Monday, the seventh day of De-cur-ber ,
for the nal of the t
h.te'.er : nominate I. But whilst i I next, f'i am a pirtizininpirtv the riser t In britu the aititles IHlr'ha.ed.f- the estate Ui'lum! Carter. Biche, Puck: Theoli s:cal Ihl"tinnan', .
\zii,'i-the I'''' ac-lion provide "Thit m I IHIIli mal"rlI claim 'for; lf I JOHN \\'IL"OX. Tax Collector Rillm'sncient Htstorv. Reid's Di'ti'on3.rY. undermentioned township ard fractional touraLips.viz .
; : mvs. I pi-ilect i mde.Kiidence ter the men hall 1 p'ished oil their boat they were attacked I
1 lali .id An' build', toe a lonsrr time than twht October 1. 1 1"4"). I 11 I for the cit% of fT.&ll.1hai. l\ta.nn'.I.'arrier. c.)r ie- ithern llarmt,"". :
\ fi'mih.ii. h, ; oi thought! an:1:! action ill all 'a..t's.111CId l bx a Ixxh of M"'\uj"-(. s-rrcted in the chap \outh f the late luie out east of Mi jnneipnl
fii''!.alter the aid bull" i* Mrtuect J ural on the huik! ot the rixer Thiec <.f our parts Southern lI.trl. Life ot Jla)"r C.en Z cu lavlor,
I iurni'd and .. List of Letters ,idan.
that to !t I tile
I ,'u" art unl -<. > have: Iw-en brco.htJ parties! are uuight The I'u-h Rinzer tf Van Diemin's Land I I.
killed the !her l oxerl oard, and
remain "mp..1
th-rei" in the ,na"f.T"id.l b\ lw."t''I' ..** crated: for the protno'ion ot} principles! : nvcr \reached ere the;bank on this side During hue afternoon I REMAINING in the Post Office at TjlhLa ee, Pi< lures o1 !Ita:" Dickens. Livoman Tales, Frtctiivra: foxvn- hip ei.Lf, of ang- f..uit"n.
Nev a ev-dmt of month wis I I.I'; : ; Fraction township| sevtn. tfixxiship eight, (excey S1
"f twP. for the advancement .I l men. I am a member tie! Mexicans kt'pll1! a tire t tr.m their mu-- TheChrou.I-s rt Cl-verr.ook. The Coit a ions of ,

tuet H\ thi C"otnt. Ire ( nn..f ..url. : of the df'III"cra'ir part: ;. h.''MUS.P I believe" I kl'tt'and Durre l1 1 in killing Ole mule! and sli htlx- Adams, R.v Welex Ireland William I a Pretty Uorra", The Young Prima Donna sertioit t section Hvfiifx-ofie.of a-d fiftrtii towmi5riip niie,(except JJ j

c..mMlf.uit. after whi,'h time a M clear lie Attend, William A Irwin, John M The TeinpNti of Wealth Fair Isabel by Eu- thirty-aix.) range T"
an an..lh..r.11 has ofr
1O\J.r i n.te n. lien 0 theb'iildinz. I the principle of that pir'\ lobe in acvordance I .55 xxo'lndinj..sin ulcer the rixer(0111 mope their,uti!hineS no ot ncaiis march Atkinson Wilev Jones, Col Caltbll 12 I irene Sue FarlitnUl'sJicu., with Map Township nine, (excej):t section thirty-one.) and II 3

Let "" l I.,I a' the rtm o1! h"inl; a !* "'ir'' ofh with a correct construction of I the Cons'lttitio.i. (o'this place bein! alreadx up u:ider orders to that -"h. C'h.tries C' 2 Judge John ; Lives of the tlons Lthan Allen, or the Kinc'J- fractional cf township thirty. thirty-one, aid thirty-

{ .nrot',.i"n" of thi- \fTItan l law I Fir"t. the and its be Ash'one John Johnson Gather Man. txvo. range (MXteenF
al to of ,
m"a"urt's promotive <.n..' l"ii .ou'itixllx f Sx flu. tine this signal; tie- i r.
cnn'rirt even the eman"t.! hive to be rud- in resQ I I Axer, Col Alpha K Johnson Muss Caroline SCHOOL nOOKS & '. ra'-tienalto'vnihipsthirtvthirty-onethirty-two.
the happiness and (prosjienU of i the people toriis. herald throuzh Me\n a. giving "Jell"oll,11 I and tour of
thirty seventeen
:\r l 1.ii! I >rm None but a la *\'er can d.thi ofrinr Ball Mrs Susan Jones, T rarpe
and. the and s'abilitv lfttH' '!'iMtre to the amis of the ""1"flnmWlJ.' and riallidjtfiiplc Olnex eocra'ihv and .Mia*. last edition four and of
">\t it m..t bi rerorl-d ('kk ot purity government.In Townships twenty- twenty-five, range
Bellamv Jeff J hnson William
Heton leaxinji the pmvi"ions and other } 'oJrs. Sw .tt's Plulosphv.. lot and 2il parts."alker'1t ,
C.iw t- will have tn he t. ud ("r thiNet n..tic.: conceit with mv jnili'ica.1 fn-ntlis, I will zeal Rilbo. II I. Jenkins RS twenty-one. 4
-4 i-es.. I"gt'lhtrIUI a stock of JI-d. l elongin! to School Dictionary, ( opv Books, seventeen and
0' miFi t alb reord-d and nid Inr under I ousiv labor those Uld I Brvan. Hardy Jamison. Joshua Townships twer.ty-one, of rarsetx
r"r. to principles I unable Instructor Letter
IurPnzate \ Calla'ian xx ere burned beIng to tran Hunter's Piano Envelopes ,. entv-two
a fio* ol a h'in,Ired d..llar. Not a If .hill In am | Dadger A H Knoles, E: A us
those Hut I irt hum to thi- place O-borne's Paints Albums.
;promote miasiires. acknowledge ,p Envelope Paner Lands ted by law fir the use tf vrhorls s
inTt the the appropri
en ineovenenee.too : "* I.oti |
m supj" t Br ant, Jess Kemp Charles
!. d.'a.i on the etr.'rue ota rount\ The mer no part obli, ition as revtin. on me .,bevond \\ arc tat apMrcachms the da of marrhini, and Bracher Mrs I Bjtse King Isaac ritc-vcii BOOKS. military, or other piir[>otses, w ill I>e cxcladed from
I (\'erman is anx.ous to be oft.'e anticipate a
"ini'' mist take Ins bih1. i.;.. all th.wax t. the the legitimate purp> l"s fur which thev are or. ttuxizh there able who fear that Barmeau, Mrs KllbLtndnl, Alexander II 2 ', Chailes l:th, Telemaque, Corrmne, Fontaine's sale
and that ,' f'he tea value to him- I plfaiant tun W' Fables, B. lmar' Phrases Suraalt-t's French (; The siles will each be kepi open for two weeks,
Richard >
coo it* sit? : nan r "1\u zt'd. I rt'plldial" its influence in all matters liti'' tlehtinz will be done Tin troops are cene- Blake Dr Rob'tt Lone. II I ram- 7
recordM u'd'r hen\ i Lex izac's Grammar 1lead.Dicli..nuv.. V.c (unless* the lands are sooner disposed e f.)and EO Icneer -
M t 1.m'J4t have a ..nalI Lradshax. Peter Lamkin J B mar, ,
: to judiciary of the rails ill cool health and those who brousht di-fa"e I
appertaining conn
Here v .. in a frto'ail'; rc.i, thi I : Bradshaxv: Samuel J Lewis, William I lor sale bx, P. A. 11 A\ WARDSeptember ; and no private entries of laid, in the town l.isso
( Ipn'f and if I pliced in the wi'b, tliTi are (fas recoxermi Carl"t'hh's Conipinv offered will be admitted until after the
L"jrs.Utuie. ,
l lac l.r"'I1..If and we are at a I li.. I try ; am ever | BraJshaxx, Llisba Larkins, Ezekiel 12, 1S4'. S expiration
I- arrived from tie Op de Aciaa few minutes --I
tn" t *>f !' cat'. wh. r.' it i!at !) -wk-d. when I mv vote and I influence will be given | with Bxrd Miss E: M Me.rick. John I of two week from the commencement of said sale,.
al I I alter, Inla t ha! departed; (ol Churchill
Given under the
emilH b h b 'a'i-' 4 Mr Lorimer belie\e HIP nld ljwaa "eo Preplex ntafal'.lIon Geo W 2 One j
'r. .. :a''! of1rt. is nr ed on the ground .that tit' is anactive I tnsuector.mieral; ; I' ging through a thorough I I. thousand eight hurdred and frtvsix.

.fir ;a. the '.of e2ii.l *ure ran" go ai.d with'tJt im ..inncthi po'i!i'ician. I It t i. adepirtment of t..l.nllll..nt .. inspection' ot all tl' troop here Brnrt.1Io.t'1I't'k., Samuel 2 1\RIt, LLOYD A. FI.AC.G, JAMES K POLKP .
oigti..n cuiitrart. arnpij
.r. Uf.I' (\ which bhonld never lie d.I,3..cl. I hax.- jutt lizard that a companx of Infantry und Butler. James Mcintyre, Sterling C iu.f rtiired, per brig Foam from New v the President : P
cie-it' j :: Uti Sjmuel Mclnfy A HA\ I
!:: Major
<'r < ommaiid of Lieut Uetmore, u on its way tromP the following goods
For instance what provision d.>e* it make to should all izjrds !I. ,
: se- and its purity at kept 1m. .rt Lavarca. Browne Joseph R McGehee. s'r John I
Flour Rio and Java: Coffee Nails Iron Sugar Kettles I ,1cttn Comnujtnaner cf the Central Land
Crt tnechanii w If erect edific* on mnrtc;red pro- | and To inch arid others of the Blai'klid,e, Kdxxard McDaniel Jjms % Office
spotted unsupported. place an The Lipan Chief Castro depwtatKn O>n
pfrt Hx None whatever lax\s abi'e tho-e in exitenre j one on the bench is to barter a\\a\ for a ills trim that tnb' to \\a.hington, arrived line Burnett S W McCJane: William I \ ices and A".I.. .1" Sc. I Is..ph'n.b..r NOTICE TO TRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS

cr'Jt1. other iSn honorab'e 1 consideration. the I lives t the fortune xpst rdax', decked off with tin cewpavxs bestixxedu' Coxxart John W .1 AIi I'herson, Archy I ICowart. U, I ls-40 *. Every >n entitled to the right of pre-emptitn
rou .for what it d".for tl.f mechanic The them at th (anitol! They appeared touch Mrs Harn 1 Mison. John : j I pers

b-n.-Sts w 'nch I secures 'I O\frAu. &.(. are uniteronplftf I the honor and the} ;peace of our families.I lighted with tl..ir.jtjt at Co'iit and) hail much (hone. R,'x' Win More Nat t too tiu" IU,. t to anx land within the limits of the townships andpar'sol

f a.' of I r-f,'r them to the origt'ul lean law : I know, no object likely to come l"fore the t. ..ao' the nnifho grau'lr etna" at the .ame alhoun. John :Al M.tnson.Ihvid i Proclamation bj William D. Mosclry, i| establish toxvns'.us the same to above th* satisf enumerated.icf n.n <,*is the required Rritftter to

nrot m a.ertion i' Legislature on which the people of the countv tim* ,pointing to th> low dirty stone houses ot this (Cox J.1I11''II.rl"k.. 'm I loerint of f'Iorisa.1'lERIAs. I j and Receiver cf the land orTtce. and make
T" r"n"lude.! h it to mudi tr infer from tin Co" Mrs (; .\ Mills William H proper
place, with a sizmtirant ;/iA push The railroad prr : It has I been charged bv { roper alH- therefor
rtthat (Vl called fJ1twi..h: lo know mv MMitiments On all lo. I I payment as toon aprofitable, afirr fee- 1
UDOII roost emp1iti.afl' .
Caruthers James Norris
Lorimfr.1n < pu//led them much : .\i;, eabalfo (horse) Ralph \ > davit that GFORGF CLIF'lON, aia1. C.
I this
notice and beft the dav
: t" u.. < (x.rt.m* t.serur'iW navozf | cal q'iet t ions. not involving! principles; if elf'ci. none ma* puff' psi ffr' Onitati i! the escape of the Conway' James 2 !t'wton.Irl D : JONES, aid GFOPGE VH NG, xvere icces!oriM to I| ins of the re fie aopotrfed cf the for the
commencement land
of. u\\that s'.oiil't 1 t rot.-ct the nshts of the w rkinj j ed. I should i in' rnv vote ill at"cordance with stearj ) Cl-vde, Dr John C Oneill Daniel ::1< : the death of AMES FISh!. late ol Gad den I the clamed public cthcnvise such claim embracing ,

;art of the comniiiiiitx, onlv u.eil! his C'.ltlonf I It. what I l.elit-v..d to 'Ic* the wishes of the peo The express is off in a few moments so I must Cart, William A l'ieverueki Charles in (this 'sUte and are fugitives from justice: rount"1 I be forfeited tract \MF.s$ H PIPFR. will f

nal. a i.iw. that frmingtif 24'f pri.lee'tnn. when I II' sax alous. CIIIIlL\IIL\ Corbetf ThinmasJ l'oIftt'fIn.Iri Jennett \vieknmr. That I, U ILLl AM D. ; 1
alix that h.jti.m'J toblind aid pie of the to-mtv. On all questions lik-h to .1ctn Com Gen Land Offite
1 r, did not. ml.l.ad j jtL ( o' eland. Lit H Perrv. Samuel Governor Floridt.bv virtue of. authority vestedin .

.norkinz men For mxwlf I think not S b-i ari--c. inv-if her llmlmwl tier curie It- Crump: J .hn K Phelps| R.v. Joshua I me hv law do henhv offer a reward of TWO August 29. 11. 6 ts

'w'Ig. I !'ill vote :acaniM Col LrstnirA knoun. In all! cast.h I would endeavor to act quest Tne folloxMMii extraordinary ease occurred a Ccrl.Ir' Martha .\ Patrick, Mica .h HTNDRED D ILL tR. each. for the apprehensionof I !\ eIcc.

\\OnKrG 11 \:. I a< a fnthfiil p'ib'ic!' officer and so to conduct short! time suit, at \urtcnjuursli- ; xxe Lad it in a ell"i. Miss LUI 'Jre 1'0t'11.rm Il! I, stud I J itives. and their delivery to the custody of j 1 A LL persons indebted to the estate of Benjamin

inv-elf that shon'd' n'c..h' the I lati f irticu Journal ; Chatres, Major B Rivcns, A A tin jailer of either Gadiden or Leon countv AT. Lips omb. late of WakulU county deceased
For ihf Fhtridian. I mv ganr. AJam daxnn' a man sixty .four years of ace, ot I Crow Jariie- flitter Mrs Ellen I George Youn:, stout made 5 fet"t1 or i inches will make immediate payment tn the subscriber; and
lion and approval of iriS constituents. In a honest and l: ,lealm : loxi-d I and -cledbx farile Miss Citharine Ritter:
\ Coon Hunt for I'aul I'rj', Jr. j up n; t : res|'c Henry lush verb black eves jet black hair interspersed I those having claims against said estife. must present

.. iepreeiitative government the adjurations of all x\ho knew him presented iiimflf m the *-thult Dor ex Fxhvin W 2 R-illv, Robert .1 I With crev thick black beard, no whiskers swarthy them for payment duly autl enticiftd. within the
When a b<>x xve d luck t< own a !
< ., before the authorities ot lleut<>nheim. and stated Drake, Isaac N R nkcns, W P bv law oV fher
a .ujulie! ollirer can Iw directed no higher and complexion difference in length of arms 2 inches. time required will be barred of recovery
x>'i -,ihtix li Tr" little O 'px xhi *i wc' Htid ; W'I I
| | cabal) that he had |u-vt killed bis xx ife. Hit declaration Diwiunz. Charles W R:bVrls, Mrs often complains (.f indisposition 25 or SOxearsof ELIZABETH F L1PSCOMB, .
h" should, seek other reward t for; his labors.
aoo rdi"l until tw beam.- tetr..r 01 all the h u eCi no
Flias Run Mrs Jos
xxa immediately taken as ''ulluh DJ\'i. D age Tailor bv trade, 'cpnrnrt. Anoint 15: ISjr 4 2m Adm'x ., !
\Vt 'rtt,n he t- Fur the .
assurance ( wile, he sn I. "4"1111' kn .xxs, has (wen suffering E.lIh. Win F liurherd.on David George Clitt n raS es sometimes by the name of

r.. ,'- ot ,K>.:i hunting with tjieir fivurte.td Tier support to ,is.'If,. and the entire ticket accept for a long time frotn illness and at' times the imers: '>n. Wm C 3 Rills TIme J \\- C. Jones, 5 feet S or 9 inches high, slender) form Sheriff's 'mule.B .

a"'d 'i"'ic-d t show tL..mIttt. our p'lp couW d'. j jel' the thanks of h pains she had to endure were such as to aflect tierreasoti F't'rt4on..ltt'r F) FCuff He:irv fair and rudc'x complexion brown hair: inclined to vntiie of a writ of fieri facias, issued from the

fI:if nuht we vere11. xd to un Old Ttiif |I bedient ; sh lallerlx cave up all hop' 11 recurs cry, Felkel William J Rizal.DrF curl generally wears his hair Ions. verx little beard Clerk' office of the Circuit t cort f<.r the county

-fl tnirL a lult fir.t it liM.ked. like there I II I IC our MTV ant, and conniiu.iUx repealt-d tha! not onh' Wit life a tor- F'itts. Samuel Robinson WaltoiFreshwater. mostly on the ,'hin. intelligent and fond of reidir: of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida, wi.cr m Henry
u't haxi been two or three CIHUI al.> rfit the |'-U I mtiit to tier, but thtt 'he feared that it I dud before eer, his travtlltd" through the greater part of the United areplaintifs.and f
th' trark wi'n so thirk : hut in i.o time at &]U.i L. : T. J. IIopsos. HIGHu tier he would l I. .dim-dto This Frau-man William Spears Joshua I defendants I hare levied aid will
(r < IILK, r. nisurv morning States and Can.1J.t, about 23 or 24 vearsnf a.ee.Mieht are urrn, expose
t 1"11 a' 1.11 Mli up a tree, and! x\e soon secured tutu.eeit..j had 4th of the (;ofl Uarren Smith Stanton fist sale, before the Court House doer! the clTallahassee.
Tm J. H. HKUAN, (\nnmiiltr. aunt we read t" l"tht-r the chapter pass for 20,Shoemaker bv trade,and an inferior work in city
'. all bound,. lieaeni.
our p'ljt be oid OQ book of Judges (thex were devout ptople and read Goff James 2 Shuler, Nathaniel W man. .

t. and pr..ntl br an to ojin, "er tl:irk. Our the bible even dax .) she putted me to drixe a Gibson William Scarborough KfUxard Given under mv hard and the great seal of On the first Mvnday tn Oetober nat, lIt;
KriroR: \ the tins
x n h'.", was in moutli. we 'x\ei ..ooud totear MR :- \\lnjrsof city are xerv ,
our | nail: into her temple, a< Sari,ldid! tn election of -Mr. CaU 11 and I I
bi- v '11"necr" in.tie&'l thai old Ixg wa (ciititident the d* dm |
a dl'athc"f'm..d to her short and t'd'4y. alad1.1 i put Graham. William Tanner. John the 23th day of Auirust I'i46. of J W Brown to the goods m the store occupied ,
*.. .' I'Ui'; \\ 'nt alii. ..d.
ft1 t n"luh iun.(. up a,> if lie would climb the I Itr. to the result bx' di.trirtsof the-r u/re i'>n ll l l lertiuuri,. ", befinhand for the act, of xxluch -he abilxtd! me be- \. Malarlu Turner, Jonas the Governor- : I partner, consistine of forty pieces of Cotton O nahurss J, t

dtmselt scratched the jrround and n.\\.d l the j I >rufs< JH lul o" th. In the \Vestern dis.ri t, MrCa'H.11 lore God and man A nail, SILO s.1ld."oul 1 not Gee, Henry Triplet, Mrs M P J.*MFS T. ARCHCR, Secretary of State and other articles of c. cd* ot varicus kinds
''"> ill; r "'md Ol COUIMxe ..1110 work laulullx will!! get a IlIaJontot from Ju to 4'fli. In '
i ami a great tietnorrhage and xvoiill make but a limes Brventh lriilett. Miss Dora M SHale Amu 2r '"41. 6 composing said store, to be sold to satisfy said writ
<' rut tti<> trrt-d '\ttirtt.tl.entherb..\. \\oul i| the Mid 11' -district Mr Kam will n-cuxe a majon- i' J of b fa
slight xxound As soon as I am dead she added Joseph Tornpkin, John A A FIShER Sheriff.
fool I"in. taxing that tlc w,re ''In' the coon x\as tx" ot from :., to t Illi 1 In the F:iittr ell..lnl't.llt' xxill EA BISLl'ITfirsdleby
J( 0 you can close the wound put me on a clean. cap Hail. John Thom! son. W S Septembers, 1M3 J W SHTRWOODD S.
no' tti M-e : t.u* tmdiri.; that it onlx %e\ed tin. and ittuemnz | iel a IIMJ.>ntx ol loon 01.11 t to dVi. or a majfintv ot 1 and I no one will know ally thins .it all about it"- HowUThomas Tucker A J J. R FORTUNE

a 'old niirht. Ibex good tMturMlx tn-lix-duntil I, from !'M.< to J5o:' in the Mate, and nor fltt. After long resistance" contmmd G. riuK. I Helderness ilham T 'I o anv Dacuerrian artist August 15, l"-4fi. 4Foreslouiure PRINTS ONLY.
Y.\NKFECorreijioiidfurruftlir ---
Own rom lhrtr : and 11111', t'tJouzh "D rOan 'rail j took a nail and bezin to drive it into her temple I harley, Thomas \ mzanl, William -- of :Mortgafe.CIRCUIT .

f/i.,,. tte were erie\ou.lx tnortllu-d and even pup" j with a hammer but the nail w is too weak. and the Harley, Paul vV.'lltord. Mrs Matilda E COURT SOUTHERN Cimcrrr FLORID LI

i .ed a.ti tii.d ; amid it wauii It.xoii ti. u" .\ -r dlter. I Charleston Courier point instead of entering, flattened itself on the Hair Aaron Mathews Williams, :AleMel) : or
IO exte tibistinenf!
:- ROE sive rv|
'1,1111.. \ou ig I'aul to learn it too, to be cur,- \\ A.UIJ\( TO1.t'llh..r 2;. bone I then took a small I dill I) but it xx.i equally Haire, Archibald Williams Joseph G 2 Charles Matters 4' :
( LEE &
m not to bark t// tit, inonz trrr! The terms nf the r('plv ot the MiMCdii, Goxtrument 1 uti>ucce*
V.\UL PRV ne to kill her at (lure with the hammer Horeer, David F Williamson Josiah M A
to the pr"l"nI..l, <"1 Mr I'uiharaii nude on Fiiz\beth Saw er. Nathan Sa\.yC'r.l'ar. 44 CEDAR STKCCT,

the, 2Ttli August, hart. tot x -t traiisnred| I'he) I which I according did IIv' kiKK kin? ill the skull.- Ilmzsxxorth, Wm T oung William oline i Siw ver.Lonist Sawyer,John Burrows, Nancy NEW YORK.

ALLIGATOR I:. I'. Sept. 22. 1840.SMR xxrrt' madt. the subject ol Cabinet consultation It The I testy ot mx wile is at home, where -'011 can earnun \- lull. Mis Sarah A 2 Young, Theodore) \\'Ottdwtrd. Diano De'1I'on. Silas Dennon Caroline hereare coicentratH nearly all the NF W STYLES i

DEAR not luxtd bert that the r..ply was a coiiclusixeout it at XMir Ui!ure .* Pers>n> calling fir any of the above I letters
:-Our procpectn( were never I i< Deni;or..llt'nry Denison Mercy Burrows,heir of PRINTED CALICOES which havi been cr. c uced

Lnbtt'r ban in this I -. I 11"d' iivn bx ?V-nor Ht'J"n tht niomtiit u;,- The nn istrate immediately proceeded to the xvill Please say they are adxi rtiiilOctobr of Ji hn H. axxxrr, nreased in this country, or imported for he fall trd.ard
at present county. tall.tlt.nllIIbtc'r ut I \llair, house xMth a medical mm and G.l"rlOVa.. olacedu J. mi. II M NASI H.! P. M .
bare flU hi" I III! (irri,1u appl."arin.ln'l 'affi..t\'it.lo the satisfaction of[ this are offered for sale for CASH OR APIROILU '
r"CPoII.I v been over a considerable |or- alod i belore the II.M dduuiiisl ration was organi/ed, idrr a strong guard Thf'Y mnd the h1v dressed --- To font ru<'tors. IT Court that the above named defendants reside CREDIT

li' Q of it. and have reliable inturiiiation.; trom iroh stile that it uaD th bd On the left temple there were two
and it is not tI.t'rd"rl. n a positixeami PROPO .\L will be received bv the within the United State, but not within Ihe State of Prices Reduced .

'her!' twnts. and am [flf'rfi rtlv I Oat i.i..d, I hat perttnptorx r"J'II"11 ot our ulKrIJu wounds, and the rijht side of the skull: scam knockedin STALED of County Commissioners of Jilt.r( onCountx.till Florida, OT mo'ioti of Stephen R. Mallor'oun.l Greatly
base huxiexer. the as low unset, a-i the temile Hesule I'M! h..d. xxas WitLin the list f< w dav .
.udinitiiI ratiuti since re- ,
Kim for the eom ltinanl It is oidered. That the said tl
; -
exceed IlUfIlr..c''CI"! '
tmiauiritv will utlC' 'slilted i th*' loth; div November next lot I the
| termiiK-d it d that attack at .bll" on which was a bible, the ntil. drill and (:Purchasers are guaranteed 'h -and
ro'I'II'1II <<| tin re|'lv ia t>a: an I idants cans their to be entered and prices
construction of J \IL tob.' built in said in appearance
I would' he should} he a county,
not surpriiied bhal I be made on lampicu at an earl) dax.wiih hammer alluded to On the itr >und xva a basin ot I notice thereof served comjlamant's solicitor allowances marie fir a given f ernxl.

Ipad bin o|.|).uent two Im:.died in (.' tluinfii;i.Bruxvn I 4 view to take and k,'cp it, and ]H.rhap make it one water in which the murderer according to his own the before Town the Miintictllo first dab ol January, and to IMr be complete! on or within four month from upon the due of this order ; and Catalogues (renewed and corrected daily 1-

xxhicli nhall ad- declaration, was:ted his hands before presenting liiins regulating the l'riees-nre placed in the hands cf
and Carter oar CulJt1t candidates will: of tne p"i"t from da inxddingdrmx Contractors will be required 1 to bond with in case of their appeuurancethat they cause their an-
and sent with goods ordered '
t..ilb !t. elected. x.nce to the citx ot .M. lco. >'lf I to the authoritiesGavring good security to be approved ol f bx said Board I fur !xver to the eomplamint's: bill to be filed, and a cor v'
I flue iinttsh oil.'r 01 mrdialion liavt been deliberate is now in pri-on : he is perfectly calm thereof be solicitrr Seplerrber 12. Injfi & JT
I to served on complainant's _
of their! Ihl
.It the Middle and Ul will do their d the faithful performance contract
d thit he acted ill
ity. well
and iiRUiber 1 it"r. aid com i nc tulilling the
1 IIKJII btlit Ca'jimt- ever) will be made it within one month after ervice uf a copy of said bill ; ]Notice.
Suitable required
Kam wili be as triumphantly elected as Levy .,_td wishes ol his wife bx putting an end) to her sufferme payments as
it fcaid to it* acceptanceThe be
s-M was. i nl'J| p the and cash paid when the building and in default I thereof 'aid bill comphint? may
xx or* proure-ses "OrRSONS, against the estate of Edwin
ill!! doubt sit *;. Vnne \Vurtemburg papers state that the inhabitant .
'd. ans\\erol this .oxirninent no I lak n as confessed bv them And it i. fiafttr Ordered J.
.1 I the village of Gimi; 'intadt, where the is ccmpletrdThe W Dorset, deceased, pre her by nrtificd to present 3e
that hare of. <
Youi-i f'fI't'ctfullJ. l rth as the reason ol lU ft'jL''tlun we be erected under That, wilhin twenty day the complainant
Jail xvill superintendencef them withi the
and that she murder was committed, left their work as soon as (thev time prescribed by law or this
feted Mexico
to upon la r terim. this order to be published in the Floridi..n. at
|lea&e I cause
Board of Commissioners
the County or notice will be pleaded bar them
ot Th.se
and HIP in wh j
heard of the murder dax 1'iechuich s
ran at ain time accept the ofkr But there are spent in Tallahassee. and that said publication be continuedin
LATEFRO1 UXICO."IA HAVANA mueh which will influence fAsting, and for the soul ot the departed persons as they may appOInt. are indebted will please make p vm rt tc the FJICCut -
inure powerful rca.nn* praving. The plan and description of said Jail may be seen I sud paper at least once in each week for four >r. ROUT LYON Executor

The late huui ir at which we rwened our file 'If the ad nmn-tr.it ion to reject the oflir It would be ---- ----------- -----'- -- in the ollke of the undersigned at Monticel'o' at 1 months. (to. W MACRAE Tallahassee Jh H. ib4ft SI st

Haxtna considered is an encouragement to European inter. :tlARUIED. Judje of Southern Circuit of Florida _
pap >M bx' the M-rehant. prevented usuinnpi" the office of the I-1 xidian. All proposals forwardedby

other iitellizencepublished beuutenby. \\i. IK.Wfr lereuce in cur aflair. At Helle Air. on Thurslay, evening, the 1st inst. mail must be post paid. Bv order. August 15, [(22] IS 16. *> 4m Runaway in Jail.plOMMlTTED .

n>late trom the Faro of I Havana ot the Hth irt*I.. 1 lo.rn that Mr PacLenham ha recommended to by the Kex William P. Buell. Mr FR \NCIS II. 1110*. J CHACE to the Leon Ccunfy Jail, on
tb. l>llo" received at Havana the Mexican Government the acceptance(' of f the pro. Cotton Gin. V/ the 18th .
tne new4 from Mxico, President of the Board inst a negro man named Crok,
o' the of the nited States, them that no FLAGG to Miss MARY E. MAXUHLL daughter SIXTY SW COTTON GIN and WHIP.
hilt intelligence. rreived direetlv from that quarter better terms can be obtained of Wm. M. Maxwell E..1' f&- Sentiliell'lf'a.e copy for nIp cheap at the Auction Store of II. Thomas Butler: talks bad" English Thoxmer .

B' the EflZhih tem packet Medxvav we have The administration arc sincerely desirous of peace : Archer Es i". Tallahassee is re ueMtd to come iir ward arid take him

Teema,4 our corre*.ondece and pajwrs from Mexico, for the VerY good iea.on that the expense of !the xsar O II I T U A It 1 Itotirr.WE July 4, HIS: M JOHN. DUVAL. away, or he will be deal with acc rd ng to htv

Jhith nfinn the last new received b\. the way of will be a very serious embarrassment to the rea.-urv Died at Dell Air on the morning of the 17th Sep ; the undersigned, Storing and Forwarding July 2.S, 1 h'I. 1 J W SPFRIVOOD. JailerCARRIAGE .
*ew lead the much dreaded necesiitv of a resort W. S. DBLWORTfil
Orleans. and to Mrrthantt nt St Marks have this day ad ip. ,
direct taxec.The tember. HUN CIS MACLEOD aged time )ears, Cotton Law # AND TWO NEW |IIARNES.cESIor|
tbe of at
thAt D'purtnmfnto (State) have given in to ted the following rates Storage on passing Atlnr'y ,

adbeiion to the ptonunnaittrnto the capital l. offer Cli the Mexicans to exchange Capt Car- nine month and twenty-eight davs. third son of through our hands at this place, vizSquare : Montitello Jcfftnon County Florida low price of $-133. Aptlvio;

*&ere w and others for General Vega, was submitted Bales 121 cents each June, ISIfi 4fi J R FORTUNE.pUbHC .
pendcr and
'U publisbed on the .th of Auj irt the dew William II. Ann II Burroughs ,
forth b Commodore Conner to the Government and has Round B.&tell. 25 cents each TTflLL attend the Circuit Court. of'Ihe Middle
meeting of the Constituent Congrra ) ,
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Circuit and of the County of Columbia of the
General' cre.itedThe JENKINS L. PETrES.
l. Pared. hat requested hi* .port from been ; N otlrc.A
pa the Pacific Eastern Circuit.Florida. L plication will be made to the & n< cal Assembly
sent out to J. VAIL.
tbProwliional Governmentand I' WM believed that special messenger; for the Gump-Meet at the METHODIST PROTESTANT Monticello August 22, 1846. S of the Stale of Florida, at the next session thereof,
it nuppoaed
orders is vigorous 0
be granted to him I nquadron carries St. Marks Sept I, 1846. to amend the act of the Legislative C uncil of th*
Anna blocliade of all the Mexican ports and some sax I Camp-ground, eight miles west of Tallahassee, will -
left Vera Cruz for the the
Capital on "
Laws oT Florida. Florida Supreme Court Report Territory of Florida entitled An Act lo inci-rpo
CoQ .t. He hu prop 1 Contrew would rwolre about the form I meet at Panama returning, is to be to resume A JUST "
ShuhrtckV I Iru'iviuh next. M WHIT SMITH Session for sale bvirrhM I. P. A. HAYWARD 1338

J7."ovemment which might be proper to establuu, the command and remain till Commodore C .i ) t I.]. rirti rdent \ m P A HAYWARD Max u. 1C:1". 12 July l. IMC O "m
3 1"!- 1'Jltf M gv.ee.u K. '!- f'1 ('r..u I i" th. ,104.p.rpd.rtes .r! Mip I

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LEGAL NOT Ids' Jefferson Circuit Court OA33NSTT WAREHOUSE = New, rxtpuslvp and 9pIcnAfdAS30RTME SANDS' SARSAPAKH,


4} ( Banhard Loeb, 1 rpHEdefendant and all persons CLOTO-N, &O, OF ALL lISEASESARIhN(; I'MII .

H VIXOERJIOETS, \olicc. M- > J- interested, are hereby noti- ulwcritK-r. are now receiving ae assc.i. IMPURE STATE OK THE BLOOD
months after date, I slull apply to the Hon. Charles Miller. Hed of the THE C.1SflMERS.\EST- OK IIABIT OP
dGr couI ff the Union Bank,) SIX > filing of the petition CLOTHS, THE SY&
of Probate>hircton County lor ettlement for foreclosure of mortgage in this cause, and they INGS, which they are prepa-rd to masulacture( in TEM VIZ :

:. notice that he i ii prepared toJT ad discharge en the mate cf John Fort are rejuirc-d 'o appear and plead to the same, if any the most fashionable manner Also, a large supply ol Strofuta or k'infi Lrtl, Mtumatum
\ s 'pplv hi rrit4 a1 thpiSlir dec avd, Late of sud count\ ,
plea they have tolaw. The Cutanroui Eruptions
according morigace is on READY MADE CLOTHING 1'uppF,, ?
article of CAP.1XET FURXTURE. ,
r.VAXS Adm'r.
real pr' pei t. .4tuute: north of Mur.tice'ilo, and known Face JiMcke. Bile,. Ckronic .S.r,
: ( made ip in a sttle. nut to be M } il. PJ] IxK. 4 % r.mJVot as lots Xo-s three and lour, in the north addition totl.e (made up by oursilves,) in the lateit *tjleconsisting Won er Teit.r. yeaUH.nl. .p,

. rinnyed by any w'rmn'i the State, ie.SIX town ol Monticello, and was made to secure the in part of Pam f the Bon,, and Joint,, tji45

AU: al piiccs ccrresporn'inir with the months after d.te, I lull present my accounts p-iyiiientol di'9 i -Js. |tO'> aninterest.! rnA.\ciscus wiiKIU Frock, Dress and IJuslness Coat I Strp>.ilHr >vwrfcJfuroMi .riqtja 41 Lsi-z,
tame,. BiriM'j Sofa*, Tabli t of vir.o'M kitwN, Settee ,
-t.i %inflir- J i\eci:. r tt UKU i tilt Me -\NTS SPENCER.. \\KESlhUm-thid: to inform the public that he Black and Celcred Cloth. Fn
*. Wjrlroh'*, Chiirs, and e\c-ry description and tiMamvnt .f H.clnr.jV.lf..rd! def ejM. to tin: __Je 27.l1. 4i Atty'j. for Plt'iT. 1 has r.Tiiok.d hu C d'tiet! : Warehouse to the Cioak and Over-oat, Tweed, S-ixa Gotha tory,.jg tw I r win J.zpeIt r, ..-
tyl4 of Furniture mi l< to order or repaired at the !llun.rtle? JniM K. llroom- Jti-l/c nf Trcba'ti ot.tii Starr & Co.next do RuaCoata& Stirlciits. JU/r. .i/.... t/r iu* CenstiItmsmaa Cd,551
by .ito and Beaver
tVartest nM-e Us alij prepared to contract for Ill ftc Circuit Court of the JVIiddlcCirruit :
Con itj, anJ mine for a
  • thi builJii, ol Il7U-<, a'id s'ic'i' o''i4'r work as isee.nillv of l'Ion < r.lian hv said an rvery day tie tilde4i
    tainentaic i appoii'ted i the leisines-s ol a CABINET ir,
    ' .il;l. C this' I| !:it-tpnr vill !i 4 irh \< t Ja1 jO: th >sdr i- T>. 10'i. .." IT' Martha William?, } and Silk Velvet. by : aral is aamttcd, ''
    orders ira either
    r\9\\t\ a' S itl In* to give !r.n .'inpliini; lob* ax,1
    Vi7 t-ra'iohes il f his bu-iiiess. | rr'srstarn.nm<
    try of hi* .vnr if it1 M mt *iypis, will at leatrjuif A WMi.w:! : P.. W.lli.inu.IT 'if the that has i-icr S> en mj.lovrd t 15,4
    luoiilia altrr d.'te, I atiati! present rny ac- Ho is provided with th best materials for the ALSO A VERY L\RCK ASSDRTMK7ST OK in mdjral J prai-i- _
    r'ii die ii this SIX totlu-satisftctioiiof the Ju the
    \v w city. I appearing - "" and vouchers! to the Icn.! James MGH'iri manufacture of new articles of Cabintt Furniture, i nr l ,11
    :1 .i fi' 'ifii'i* >f T11ite. ail irroundinrcn.itrv. alflivit : i-teads.!
    Jui1'c UureauT.t', l.-s nmlr
    < of ProJuff
    t. : for tu! ("omtv ot tud..dou. s-Hi as S-cretanes, > liz.iU
    ; hv.' il 1 retun hiivvt h< utv thviVs forth f ixlj'it i is a u>Mi-r<*sidtrnl of (the xt.it>- of FloridaII a. Culhrs. Lambs wool, Canton s'ntischmer.ts in the bin, it, !
    rid f in the and perfect s an
    that neate m.d retiu
    > a ltsharze AcVc.
    r from the
    pray AduunUtrjtioti Chair*. anne
    !)trflZ* '1 hi* !urtofor r. 'cic>l, and tniti t u Ordtrtd That the! said dw''eiidant: d.1 appear anlinsntr : furnituie. Socks and miide FUnnel and to the orran winch .
    ,f :}b e.tate ol ArcbiSjlJ Smith, Sr. late o! stvle. lie will als repair any dornption of perorate |tat
    I tvt 'U T-a-1 c iitiTi; to zivs siti-'facti, and enjoy said &caed. said bill within three nAhont hi. or the samthi'.l Cravats, JeansL'ndershirtsandIravaers crofolous and all s-'ctiinI dis ider*. (he ?

    .1 th :r n il'i-e nl livorFebniri i u.ty : lie taken fo- cs-.i.d, ( : fiorilrJ, That due thanks to the clti7t-ns fjloves. rapid healing iii| the sire. and ia'el( ,
    rLr.L'UtItY; S, rEroiy, Adrar.Qiu He wou'd r. turn his gntcful pmtnles : in rfwo
    0 2S I 2*_*2_ ;>'il'liuti'>ii be ci.iJi of tnsi rd<.r, in onto nevvspi- he ha.s nlreadv llarid'chiefssilk: camhalf I I hose and oilier pamlai( ( al'ertiors
    liberal if
    : Jul 4. i I"ti.; M cm of Tallaha-Mt; (vt the patromge th,
    tc)1;) I -r prtnttd lit this Circuit, once a vvctk for three receivedand respectfully elicit aconlinuanre.f brie, &c. Hats and Caps, nbrr. a pctdy ren, >ial a f the psinard i ia in
    ; e7 t
    ic'Ml: : succtCsiCe.iy.Iatrd Hoots and hoes & .
    .I. satisfaction Sis1iendors, renew al ot strcrzth, kreutny
    II. 'cKENRROUGH 3. AUGUS n ,rths after d.-.te, I !tall vnt ac- Mh! I'. !l' .. their lav. rs, a* he pledges himIf to give pare w nh the
    :1 ptp my April ,
    SX ol the disease flow I he -"rm
    : WILL' all who srivc him their orders built in rrqimite t to a Gcntlrman'i Wardrobe svsjeru Jt i,
    to may prt .
    in ( anti ouolu'rthe Jcd ,
    MVXXYELL, will prartirc pirtncrship. > % Hon. e i-f Pro. GEO.: W. \CRAE. iudze.i. highly concentrated lorm (lor 15 *
    + I Tnewli att nd 'he mntis of the Middle bite ..f I -t n ntritv i4 Xilnii'nii'ritor uf SjtnaciTiit :51 i. O'CRICX! Complainant's Solicitor.A price and ijii.ility of hu ii ork. can be found at their establishment on the most reason Mitt*, am! when d-Infed i
    i Ii<:rit of i'l-irili. Jacki-m and Franklin ct-un IK, ,i.-r. atod. and ajipiv f.or tell, ri of di mi.iion Ira.- copv tram the minutes, January I". l-'Ju. 2-'i iile! ternw. Our stock will be replenished! by the each bottle will maid six lures to the dleeit-J '

    1 lies, ill \piU-hiroli Diitrict. Th4 ronnty ol l from ud idainistratiui.V.. S. THP.L'SX I H. M. STEPHEN?. Clerk. To the friruils of the littauc.MI arrival of almost every ve? .el In in New Yerk.du- to on<- quart and is then --j>-t-nc r themianim ,;

    p. Thoma .Ge riia. The Crt Appeals of Flori.la, Mj :: : -, July 1 1'-. i's. "''iNL'V E: Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum, rifle the st'-jvm. bv in w ;oiids! purchased( by Mr the various preparations. !tsar,,,in< lie n eiiwiiiito sa( !

    k. and the Dii'rict iiI Circuit Couti of the United % ROI at Williamsburg, \vouM inform the public of the STJLLM, who avail remain North during the almrsf r n ne Ik*
    .L Ottt. %. rropriet. rs are daily ri-c. I' ii- | ; : ,
    __ ,,
    I State* at Tallaha>*ce. 4 m>,mth after (late, I s.zU) ;! pn-en r>\ final 7MILY l'YN1JlI.Mlargueritte de Y Ioit-the Southern States that, by a recent hw of the Legislature winter f r that purpose We flitter oiirstlves, by th- most respecfablerharacf, frni ir ; !

    t : RFiipnvcFVM. :: 4cr"ji| and voucher* as the : diittiitr.tt.r of lit Finale MinMir.Ihttor. ,I the vire empowered to receive ins me patients. such an arrangement, and bv scllinsr! EXCLUSIVELY value as an active and curative tnediein touif

    & \ I I. RROrKENHROIVlH.TaUihassec.! Jo"iali XV.toJard, d-et.ed. aid apply to the llonor-! of Mar-irtt; Cntchpole.G orgiiSicnt's, pavinz board, from other States. This the oldest FOR CASH, we shall he enabled to sell cheaper The following intrrMtinp case is *
    AUGUSTUS i II: MAXU'ELL, iM'Jii- Institution of the kind in the Union having beu than any other( establishment in (the nty. AH pri-.ifi-45*
    !. Pr. nti of .MiJiw (%.unt tor IttttT-, M.eadnw' French !Dirtmmry the reader inviud tn it !'. I sis. 3' tfWILL of di'ni.'n founded by the Colonial Government in 17'i'jand persons i'i want of clothing are resjwctfullv inviteu such ,
    Net iuSiunthon' evidence
    the !
    April as Adry :
    1 i. from its'location.bpst( idipted I f..r S.utl.ejtier ,beiiiremoved beau and examine and jt'dze fir therpelviC a.
    < .
    \ IV)4tUAflD. Ar.tiunV! S'tlIOII! Mr<. LincrJn'-i Botany NEWARK. N. J., March
    4 M. D. PAPY from tht> piprrini; cold c.f !tin* Northat L *.R K & STIL LM A X, 12th ]
    Mvi Messrs
    < ISIu.Ity. Mv rt. l-l I I t7m Anthon' JacoGrttk! Realer, A U.kD I Sands:-Mr. Ohirtch3iif
    ._ from the t-iurvatiic heat ol( the iuth Its curative Monroe street, next dot r to Starr ti. Flacg. hi
    1'iskiGritk Cinmniir, Rhttjrical Reader, ( place, was attacked if h crofula when
    is of th" highest onltr : nine out often November 1. i'I': tl !*,>.?,
    Now Y'irk Etw-.it. r, capacity old, which soon rcdurtd! her fo
    I Prartir.- all tin- Court* in the MHdle! SIX months 1Ur date, the undrr his arcount-i a ido :r|.eif to the Judire cf & GOODS. system. and j
    OTuon the tir-.t rt-wr of the Cap *. nbscribtrre! re'iii..tcd>] to call for their remaining: of the disease. It is easy facceias steamers dailystop fesled( itself in malisnant sorrs .n the
    South in. :n formerly occupied by the Pr.S-.to.-f Lf>n ( .uit\ a< \minUrator! on the.Mt at a wharf not far trormi the .ie l'i'n. The modern the ,. bead. kd1 trd
    ;itol. : r. nutiiln-r, T I lIE subscr.beis take pleasure in informing Lmb 1)iffert.nt |.l. .o rn in Newark
    I B
    .f.- ol Ileiiry T. <'opt-l R-J. ee.I for 1tt&r8ofli.ii"'n is JJiiU
    Secrctarv of the Trritorj. jpply Life of John \V l.-y, by J.m \Vhithead.Methodist tr > from the aid<> f jtV1LLIAM *. classification tiftp
    I ', I'I'i. 1 7 < Church! Di successful fiperation. The apartments adrr.it of that have received the last
    I'J'rcynh.'r \ i'rJtttit >cipline, country, they just by arrivals but finally irate np the case a. rerfecii:
    ( CAMPBELL. .'tdr.a'cJeti'
    *. aACIf. R.-iivalllims, of patients vcordm to their state of mind, from New York a splendid! assortment ff At lat Mr.:Oliv r rat induced to tiy 'tir
    T 1-i. t'-t'i.: 17
    JOSEPH n\en. JlI.ATTORXCYS Lair Wiapj'iiii Paper, *.c amid also a complete division of the classes of society Fashionable, Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. And ml ila. and accord iCU prrcnred four br.tt.
    J. & Is. niCA\ *
    I FLLOUS AT LAW, :\ofirr.ftjf :. Suet uviid LOt 5 Ir sue by The 1 tare is excellent, and the boaid | Pt week.ltS (they will be constantly reels nr Iron New York was spirmnzlv jdrninirend.with many

    ANI COrN X ". ntl nfter d lie, i will pr.- tnt my accounts July 2'. !NI 1 I'. A. IIAYU'ARD. have tent ':> d-rootni, ? j>arlir t tastefully furni-- and New Orleans: (selected bv the first houses in the set wit Ii t'tie Yrtst deciated benefit. AUnttwoienfh intrrrnpthw '

    i T ILL in t'EE. EWMrA.p. Life In 1 t .5 anJ iti'-hfr., ai'l H4V(? application; tothi- lion e! w ith cuit.iiMsci-p 't, ofa, centre-tableOttomans, above places with the zrf-atfM carrard! attention aso I became acquainted with the ),
    rpHEIR connecti ia with thiiutheri u- .Io.-I.x.> .f Prt'Sit-! sal.t! -n County for |It', r-< -\fdi4im 1836. mirr.-rs. iKx-ks nod a piano : airy verandahs for summer circunastare,, rf
    fo- this piarket all in
    p. J. Coynii'tV In ini Mitireh cea e i ran.-i? .V 'Fr'i'.t <>' ion A* a he above line which they orlr low for cash, at tine complete mass of disease
    attention cxrlustvch 'il'fl \RRELS MiNN.lIrL.1viflqrEy, and inespa'ble
    ' will hereafter sieth.'ir G. S iiilii C4abd lite for r.orninsr ami eveninz rides ,fusine
    1 they : of SaiSI County.H. rnblfs; a carm- ;
    their profe-t-ion.! I: Vsictii-tr: f Vir,.'i.iM, distillation, <>l the ali.vedatt. hetl with books and their store in Tallahassee or Monticello any rf her lirth Her txdy was mclkt to
    OAVIS. Adrn'r.Mi l a reidins room newspapers
    They will afte-.d the Supreme (ourt rf the State, t. 1'i it ."-warranted nu-'irpassi-J: t.y any tver before and moreover various moans e.f amusement.A ; .- L. & II. GREEXDERG t CO. nearly twice its natural ize ; the head, limbs and

    , srti cue') of the C.vrts lor the MiJ lie Cirruit. brreu.ht- to this n-irk-'t For s ite! (bvSTRR Chu.lain; r. -i l.-s in the buil'linz! and: preaches to March *?I I't'! ;. VJEFFERSON. h-xly were almost entirely covered with large ses, .

    Mar'i 7. I 1"l i*:. LLOYD s. FLAGG. the patients>rv Sbhath! Letters of in-piiry should COUNTY She was unable to move, and would take no notice
    rno'iths aft.T-l.ito, I shall present final of thin my May .'. IM-i.; any being
    , JoIIi IRsRIL'. SIX : .ini t xirher t., the I Hon. Jud, ecf Pr"- .__!. bf directed to Dr. JOHN M GALT. Physician and Tax Collector's Sale. by her mother. The disease, at the same toacfitderta tiire

    I I ATTORNEY AT LAW ba'e in aid for the C. untv rt -fr-rsr-n, aiul api>lv_ \XDSOME I'or SsilrA iJR\s-3 MOUNTED Superif'tend.-tit, of (the Iasiern! Asylum, Williams- B virtue of authority vested in me by law, I equally severe inwardly, attend with blo h inc.uat w*.

    Clulnry, VIorlJa.WlLL for a ilivharsre .\dnini-- tnt<>r r J the estate of Joseph "ft\ h'irr. Virsinii. shall expose for ale, bclcre the Court House ion*every trw hours. They nrrcnr* ""'enicfeof

    attend th<- J'HtiroV C-i-irt of Gadsden Ma-nun:, late id< siidCouiitv, diveisfd.ROI5ERT DCGGY, with top, suitable for one or Mirth II, I ii.tli.!* 31 r-o-.vlfKv door, in Monticello, Jeflersc n County on the ( the Sarsaparilla, and befcre f e .

    Midll UTida ; C HURST.My _ _two horses, bj tie she could down j.
    the Circuit Court of P. A. HAYWARD.Talljh WILLIAM H WARD First Monday December nrxt slip Iron ,T'

    an-1 the Co-irt-i th adjacent Count ic of Georgia.l" Jecraion May i',, |sia. n '.m ,fs-**. ito,,' in, I isj ;. .js the following property or so much thereof as will' across the rorm. She has i-a. .. .

    ic tf \ollro.SIX ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT, pay the tax du- on slid propertv : the second bottle.and the s< 'ff(

    z,. S'tin"I e'i rn"iti.s ill,':' iliV, I hH nrart to the Hon. ;.l'.tslt' I'ropcil y for %: !r.M City of U'a.hinton, I>. C. V ,SrLs3'i.T I. R4Sit. Econtaining- ('lacrs. the limbs .estnrtd to their it.
    I pill: -,uli*( rtltvr, wiihin to rcn.ove to the cheerful, and i* 'ast irr> rcvii .
    of Pr.h.tto lor Jetffrs! .n C fii.ty. lay ti'iai "rE>PECrFULLYannMi-.ct> that he will attend FiSEJsa'TtR: : I I IS& E. 7C'.91

    I ae".U.it .t-iI a.--F-taor L 4rnii'ratri '.1 J.rctn'al' ;;; L V..t t.oflirfr s ilf tint valuate! property I V to the pr'Hi-cntK.n if ( 'linnbefore the seaFrat! IotNo.2.S23T2.R4.N& F.a' 115 Very re pectfull* ytnr G. J i .

    MERCHANT/ i tr..wS <*e of saiil i'nttntv. I l'itrtino'ts) "I the (7w irtiniieritand .1, S 2-1. T ?. R 1, N Jt E. 104 Sec ct Youth s Sate: i .

    \llSS p-h for 1.-tiers if dismnsnt'i as s>wh4lninistra- ;: tt. t..iitdt', !i\! ire toi'i l<, bar! a'i'l al -iiiI rlaiiii-i a iin.-t the I I'niftfl fife< tor Ltndi or Money.olh l,52'-.T2.1i4N&E, 41.50" The foltrwinj: is an extr>cf Ircm a ietfer rrteiTfd

    N. 1. I r'itNF.vtlI.f tn\. RXCJIr.l.: DREW.JefTrsoi {'in I itrfi.l U... Liiid: lo.iziii4 to ttu- uiif. On j jtl. <- ttli-nwnt 'it| Pnhlic Xcro'iaN, to claims be- 3S11.T2R4N&E, 115" from Mrs. Kevan. who had been -ffi.'ctwf fcr trml

    v Nc. 1.vr. ( .iintv. April II.1 I 1-1'*. '". *>it' ..- |.lte i< a good sli'ljihttr h' uand! pasture, a tire <'4.inf r-M'.iii T'd-r !Indi m '.r other Treaties, a. .-IS.rSN.T2.R I.N4.E, 160" sears vrith SVrofuUw. Ulcers. r>> resia. 4e in4

    11r'LL t-ii tj'"viv.! .'. t r.ih.- I..Zi4' man, a g..tt 1 tanner avl < urru-r, toi''li to Pre-empt jd oihr Lirid Clnm-.and t,, the 1 S 7'r.Rt.N&E, 5'aa recently with an afVctirn of the Throat and Chert;

    It l\1 I FUll'.VARDING, with proiaptnesO :<'r v. ith tl.rei iillu-r iiejroes, ainl th.- tock OM 5SQT2RtNSE I &2 KAiLrvsBL-iin, Va.. Dec. 13th. its
    O'X: rr.nti ifter date, I '.it..l iTt-i.'n* '.' the lion procsirifig ot L-m l Patents to IVi-ion-in the Army
    tiI le4pit'h. f.ar.d ci.ii.j r:8ni *'>i'Ul ififft sid-- of hurics-t. hariii 2, S tf), T -.>. R I, X ii E, 121 Messrs A. H. k. I). Sands:-pf, re I cemineocrf
    is) I id (. i'r.h 'te for tr liii?'. fliy titaI aid \.iv\or bi-, ness eunice tttl therewith, to the
    N.'v.'n'r t :-,. anconnt au vit'schi'rs as Eu?' r l Thomas I. j ,ij'ir| ami i >lo leather, tosrlhfT with .45' pair men's j obtaining of Patent for scientific* or useful Inicntn.ni l.S3)T2.1tIN&E.a I t.:j" Usinyvenr Sir- pirill mv suferir were airc
    oh'>eaiid toN ne roshKcan} In had with the a' past expression : tl.nat was
    pair 1S31.T2R4N&E. Sri. try ccrrpletfly olcerrff
    tYiwte. 11* 'f siu! e.'intv. de.-e.m 'sl! *hMl Ihen i aitd t<>all other luisine-- of ap'iblic nature re -
    Dr. JVC. ('. ( JAMHLK, Jr.. I"vcif.r. pnmi-ttf. 1 w ill al,o sell; tl.ree road wagons: one a I.S3I.T2 IN&I'7. tO" d, I had a dreadful cough, and there wire frejueatly -
    aPpU. I rKitersol ditru -i-> i as surh j '{'mine: an .\scnt.Cliiinsiiain.t .
    FFERS hi* Prutional SricestothcciTizenrf IHJMIVMXIXIT : ;. rjiryail, and eight head of iiiul-s. This (property individual promptly attended to, a' 3.S3T2.R I, Xvt E, 11150" weeka feet her tin I cf nld not speak above
    : l.as Vd tee' harnl-t of the -'ivriU r for the lot a whisper arid besides, the inflammation
    .c<( tn ; Inn
    | 2S3lT2.RlN&E.I
    iciiiity.ATTORXF.Y -0"
    Tallilrtv.ee an it* ,eers Zn C .u 't'. 'ti .r& 7. I P.. in titles iive-tmrat&d l, &..r.Intr BV
    17 itI ten yeara protJuitue one, :u; l t te ta'ilitie for bii- 5' 5S31TJRIN&E I I SO throat extended ii, my hea.f, st that iny heinrr ITM
    h" 1' 1"CZ. >nnation given free of charge. All Utters lobe
    I :- \ >rriT % j >ifir-.h* alth aad mood wat r, raifiot, lie excelled b> lyin on (the Lake, joining Gov. Mcseley, Mf sraIVirirett verb mu.-h imt aired Alter( takrng the SarsaranB*

    Jj IX"n> *itis: aft. r dii< I 4ht; !! t.r. s.-nt PU final 'r-1 JMV situation in the State Mvo wn pajnr will be post-paid. and Rouse : cud linda were entered l.v a short tine rn\ health improved ard mythrram

    : AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 5. c.'intand t"sat'r.' 1* the! kdmniistiatortSani- takoti! in pavment l f'i any of the ataite. Hon. !t. S.RFIERF.NCF Winrr, U. S: Senate. Charles William, and purportir to helene him now well ; 1 am as tree from 'otigh ard tiehtrtitof

    4a Ilamtlton County, Florida. ttei c'-f1ttd.eASas.t. an'l J a; jil\ totnc H'OT. Ji J*.- it IVri4.n indebted tithrr by n< te < account, arc .. E. A H\X.NFGA.V S W 4 ut Sec T R I, S & E.eora'ainjng |Ifi 7 the rh*at as eve r I was, andean li. ar quite distinctly.

    4 NremhT2,1'Ci.per 1 1" I'roSat,. <>f Jt2f! T* .n <*..oTt! ir.rttif! of di,tat'*ii n earnftly re jW! td tooini** 1-TwarJ an-1 make ira- .% IttKBOW: acres; EJSE4S .Tl.R, S i. E. coMan>inirT9 My tr"-oat has been well about three mr.nlk,. tb.
    1' !:-T. ,
    a- \.iuistratnr! of said.tite.. nw liite"pavnient, a4 further induUence will not be 'I JAaIE Sr.MPt.E, >| acres, cola rid bv Thomas Wrijl-t! joins l 1i'h cure c.t w hjc'i has been efccted entirely by the tie

    ti XOTICU.ATTOIIXEY AI.KXXNDr.i: : SCOT iiw-n. IV. H. M'MILLAN. I). R. %ATCH 'OV Section( and said (to h?lon D .
    J..tTI"-- r,.ititv, \nril! >*. l'l'| ;. 4n Cm Quiix-y, A'l4it I 1SI." 2 .. C. AniLY, The ah' lands tobpsd! to pay Count fax. Your frier.d. LOUISA I?. EEVAN.

    1 w .tiIjIiltiitt 8101"s % nile". 4Ptti -('-. J. J. It % !>iv, of Illinois. for I > 13 said 1St 1. and the State and County taxes Fry further p rticubr. and cmcIu-iTe evident rf

    VXD COIJVsr.LLOU, AT LAW, SIX r mlh* J.T dj'iI I s'tall a;. It ti the lion LI. per' .'os ioil-:lit l t4. the e ate if Abraham S. S A. DOIT.I.*', for 1"iS. its s'ips-ria r valu and effcacy. **e pamphlets,which

    fi.utiicy., -Mori Ia.ITiLTattet.I !& J'l.I. eof IWwti-of: I..t-i C ::1 ty f.rl'thr 4 A IV; !1 inn dwea-etl. late nl JetT*>n county,are WiLT.M InKEN of Kentucky. Also (I.e following- pay the State and County max be obtained of .Atrer.N crati.

    Ceev,-tit1 Courts of Middle Flo ., ,; -1ii.iin ,.'i t'i.stale ol ('I. :rk A. NtU-j'i, !.tr.-'i% i.otiH'-d t.i miVe pmuit to the -ti'isrrib! a. JOMV TTiTif Indiana. tase.. for 1'Ii, vii : Prepared am! sold by AB.. t D SANES. TnifM' "-

    * ii ri1t. 11 1 or I U t'Ir Co-ritv. G -orjia.Jtnutrv I :T-- ".1>i sj.s ('..uIttv. d. <-,-arfd.JAMKS aral all ti',. < Mvincd mm da..iin-' i dsfa'e, will S. C. S'MPLI, L'l X-> ''>. in frend *rr tl! T 2. R I. X &. E. ; < I"O.fnl'f." frt-ef. rrrrer ,.' WiH.jW V y.ldiI

    3. l"f.. :-4 A. ir.iniKi.or.Sirvuin: i,r K< it them. d-ilv jtf.-trJ. w ithin the tiune pre-cn 'a r. n SMITH e't.-reiI P,* 'f Ii'r-.ln G.IcJ.risf.; ? -,- .r.rit.iins: Niiere,. .h> LEUTS& .AMF .Tail.hweV.SMITH
    . t a k. f M a L'X. IVnsacolj. 'r B. U I
    art'! jn.rs fir Term iii'a iii aiiiitiin. TNG.ct! MaiU.I'd .
    \ luiiustrat'T. ts'd bv. law, fir *ftt lament toWILLIAM J. A. Wnir.HT, "
    I TUos. .Irir. II."r.ATT1RXEY Also the Mlo-.v Inc lot the! town'of by Droa :sf* tenerally Ihr. n htrt the tiiiaaltatcs.
    AT LW.CTT'JLL' M'rib 21 1'F. J. DAI LEY, a' J. IS. HOWMV, <.f Mis ouri.J in Monticello : .
    t4 AMCOfFLLOR Adm'r. Jf lonl ith the w ill annexed. .. N'os. 1C, II I 'I an4l .>;, nsa n. r 'ot l.rown.
    > non, w M Hr .nr ,
    the atdV : 011(1.clx Trice f I !r'itle.Via botte
    'itin'ic'to nri'tice in Superior SMITH s MKTX !. prr ft t f 5
    nd the months after ii tie! u.I l Tiirnetl Administrtfor A'i'ut li, i', : ;. .i 2ni IIaxiaalnzs..'-. "f Wisconsin. The
    V tIe, Iff-
    C nitt Crts<-f .Tp'lr4nE't'iIlV. : in Shl7. and rx nfficio Tax C..I. JelL Co. : 1iihli' are re .pct'nUy recuat.dfra.
    : SIT:< r"oir: of t'iMi' .! IS" Ik'riet.uidid the County a) ff Jt-n muh !fltle: \ -ccasnl, l lat.. ifffftTv April T-.'. ivj,1 June, Is4'i tt. t'.m nenbrr that it i is SanfT*' Sai-arai'illa hat has bwnd

    4 -,"' .l-rs.-iti'i tVK. torn !)f-.'nrt. >a C'ssi w!. pr.-,..-nt: ((thrir ar.sirtt and IS hereby RIM-II, to all ;inr.ii* interested that I I>r. II ull'.s Pulmonary IashiiI, r..n-tn :tl. ac' ietirswch rrarkabt rciwrf

    ft U ..H, .. f it Mi rt:4l, J1ri n Cr"iitAl 'S '. .iiar ti tw! J'll/o nf Priilote of uul <" iiiiil% nih. .ini the Ut id' ,4 l Oi t.L.r next, apply to the F.o CoH ht Cufil*. .Ial4ui ii s. Croup, Ttronclutuf, Milr TiiX'CoIlrrfor't Vil4*. the mf*f diT( >i I Ir? class r>| d senses to which) t't lirrnn -

    hi -.i t i'i itt- i'd: with! luin, will be promwlly.attenMireV' a:4: atJi for a 4lischArZl- fr.'rnatil 4 lininirfration.MIF.L Hon. James M. Giloi.ri! Judzeof Probate fir the iniffipinz-Coiish.I Injl'ieitza, IfinrrtfU'tf, virtue { (the p >wpr vested in me by law, I shal: frame is sohjref there re ask ft r Satdj' 5arsa-

    ?t JohN UXIlI. ? Ifl II. County < t Gfl-wJeii. to nrov>* anl a'iniit to rercrd thermriC'i .c.-in'e* or 1'nini in 1' eli-al. f f>!ffinyif BY .- 'a rs-ie. h.ti.re} the Ctirt House door, in pzmrila.[ ard t .Ir no oll.fr.
    llt. s \ llNII.IY: : ]>ati\e vsiilot Oli eer Little, deeacd.. !tate of fun J-ily i... INJ- i 1%
    _ ji.-I, nwpifin, Dtffitiiltyof I thefityrl Tall I ib.see.. a uriv it L< rn,
    ; .Te4ey-_. (_'nitv.M'it._ I t'l. 41_ _. (;.eI'id.ts I'miutv; alf.i, 1. r Lttertr.vamenlary, on fitralftine.. /-r. (tn the ./ .I/II//MI in I'ebruirtt
    7. next
    Juvf It jv
    ; New York fityJAMES-\o. Ill Brcadway.J. K ALL5SOX.Qiir.rv. ; ; ; r< d.COPU .
    f ,.ai.i'a. A. in
    hi-l'I lush
    i t: rfi.-elM-lo! ( CHtimaa '
    riJlli.S. the nuch :>
    follow the twil Nrf'ON'S
    iiir projetty.ir sn reel ; .ECIL
    if- J. DiRGE f e IX m 'ilhsafnr d'.i". I -!nll present to the N-iT'H' 1. I1*2'1.' 2 'mSTOHJNfiJ tnn :or tV rmr ii'ili.! -'i--.t.' the tr asf an'ins -? juv: I he State Tat due i thesime f r thev ear IMW >: G 4 Coiper's aI '

    *'J b'Mi-ifah'!* Jn.Jic: i'l Pn.Irttiin a'i<1 for the : ( 'jA1DJ1; -*, aid l i* 'tfereil( to the ixiMic aa remedy desert J. X W 4, S IS T2.. R 2. X and E ,' adjoinr I f Maxipic Chart.

    I .?i? VJL C'LOTR, (t' unty of JoUi-rson i.iv flu it air ttiit a'.ii vwirljerstrt AT XEWiMRf.. I.I11Ir t _' i 'real l (iii all -,ho a-i- tli'M atnirte-1 lands belonging to Col. R W. Williams, owner nor f L-vizzc'.s French Gracrr.ar,

    !, tiv.--n the C T : a .4aIniy4tnr d Nat ti riel i'.tiqs. ii .c.atsJ. tiela P.irticulir dir rtifls i-ninpany each botile of the
    H\S t V-i the V>v* .t.ir., M !,-rri'!>er will lit..ar..p.r.ttie! eas-iin! seavm. kn.wm. Calhrui/s, j.ie( ai d S, fechf.
    pJ ii FR N1.'N It1)tT wh-r-r. -.j. I i ,.f -: 34 S.llri 1 with g'tptii'trandriuiimo-liom 1%'are I Hotii' j-nlftn -. I't'ff.Vi cf-r- The E J. N E 4 and S E 4. S 25; N W 4. X E 4.S P elect rictionari f. r sate! bv

    I willk'* n 'mi'i .ioe i Vcli-n of FUEVCHAVI %, -,,:-,.* XV'.LLIAM; w'GOODMAN. soil Cotton Mied Room for ti! a'n.te biisimss in ill F..M i.n Tall il.a-.-. r'lrida, bvLF.WIS S.T! 3, R 2. N ard E ; E 1.5K 4, S 2'.i; W i tlW Jii"c'7. |xjr;. 4f) P. A. It'YWARD

    I ) r.V-LK-I CT. INK, CVS5IMKUN VEST1X' .-H-V'1. C. .it\ Mai! :H. I l-l .. :4} __ ;ir Its tira.e h, sH, earnestly s.lnlti a share ol publ.c : Si. ,MrS, DrurjUts.Dor j, S So, T 3. R 3. X aral E.. situate near Mannin Fnriiitiirc

    I ;?. X- II v ml) 1 rae1fstIv oIiit a continucve '- .t1ati. 'at .'niS-r f1M">. ?iiaiuiitit.l fon. !purporting to hclcr.z to Leai.. Conner an fur Sale.I .
    rinai.- Fsshi.-nable
    1r 'if tV nt'i'iiz' of hi* Fl"ri'UfrienJ-. !r-lie QTX! months mfler l ,ii-, I sul! a>M>U to the lion \11 ii,1'l'-44 confid it l to his care will) receive Us \ < V. ( nrnt'ePs. 't ) tiit.'l IJ.Slr- (the '..utlurn Lif-' 'ns'irance sr.d Treat Company. -I I I ureu w if Sof h ela.

    I 1 %! tae will Si-e-ubl xl to give t.en! the most cat ir. e ? .hI't.t.? iii Pro'e.tt. li-r Jlf r--1 <>. int> fir letters Ios4> |l-r. .n.il> 4tti"i>i
    $! ,Iti4rti1n.! 'I 'I.fll.4. i \dr.iiiistratorol Tdrt S.aiue, late I ii t)his lfi. i MISS, ti. ii.u.ri l.vaett: ci-ti.jttoi.t logiveren \ AND COCXSELLORS AT 'LAW, -lids dice; also, E J, X W 4. s |7T 2, R I I.Nad! cast iri.I .

    ti _APriI: S.IIS __ _37 --- _ 'iiUcl C 'JUtV. di-ecasni. t il s.,tisi.t<-tioii.He FTVE fcimed a partnership in the practice of W ; E 4, X W 4, S (>, T 2, R 1, X and W., ow ncr net Dozen fashionable Chairs.

    cit> rni\n : CLO1'IIEG IIORGU. JONl.l'enatv I 1 will I oil her l tic preparto! to rtilt i RopDa I know Apply
    lit, to FORTUNE.Jn'e
    L Ln-A and will Chic their joint: attention: to J. R.
    if C % I) -' ,, ._.._. ., S !)I.V'. t'tVTt .'pri! l"P. 2lI'mNotice. cin: -. S-lt. lion and such other l li.adir.g{ Plantation ; s ii.se.'i-iIini in iiit'ir care, in i n>- .'imui< (.tri'Tii, ThoE&ofN V1.ofS.inT1.R1.Nand1r. 11. Isiji; 41iCOTTON
    I ddvASftd at (hit M>acres, near Lake Jackson, purporting to belong to
    SI < u
    A. CL f.!; v ; : \ui I n ) > rs. siioi, IIATS.iC Sui'5-l'; as A\i. jjrti.'rally < crops isid in thf( Couittii- Jark'iiiind: Fr.inkl.n ol the Charles Williamson.
    l.taoitJis after date, tl.' uTnItr'izTic J. Admin-! I f>p(,n.Jltilrs GINS.
    R STrniF\ will)
    HL W Circint SMtri. '
    alo con-
    \ 'ati-rii
    ; j't| r rt.i a l->r the lets
    Also, following (town Part oflot No. 174
    ? i of Join Sl d.c .-d l tc ol I-eon ff foiacc.S c., as iiii-l at this p'aroGEOIIGF. :
    GREENHERG & CO. j ir >4-\ -a- < tiniK' to reside S \MfF.i. W. ( .aiaMAcK
    .t II. ; : : MILLER.V.wwrl. a Qmncy. in thennrth additirr. to the of city Tallahassee, also rpHE. under ir'ed still continues the msr.farreotlio"fliLLEBGaN"forcleaning.aItaJ
    CoU'ity will |rtvt-nl Lis tiro.i l account and \ourfurto J. W tIKK at T. '..lihaee.. One of the -L
    March 21 I j'.s.! ; YI. : (
    : _ _ the Houuraikl'- KZ'- of !Prtitntc for Iy<,n rminty ( July -. l-l i.; IWOODRUFF'S of hi- lot X'>. 70 in the south half of the county quarter of
    firm will tnend a part time at Apalachicola.nna said citv. Cotton, ami has lately n ade improvrroi: wLcll
    ; ::. IMIC.VAICH, Jr., and a-k 1(4 a dL.char.e from *.tit! a'Iiin.tralioi: PILLS siMILMtlX I THEIR!I EFI'EJT will attend to any communications directed to A. A. FISHER, make his GIPS superirr to any lentr.frre used-

    TNt'. RMS his tc.'nt!* and the public *..LIT ('AiU.'fO.t.i"a TO c \LOMF.L.ni that place. Shfl" and ex-i jfiei
    c- L hat he his tA'-'i the l store on the corar C'oiattv. May I", I i'I' Ii_ rn !. VOD1lll-i--Ii'ar 5ir : I have made use o li'rt.ntr'P, l-l'i.; 2'J August S ict l ;- 3 timDEAI.ERS to Gen J. P. Diival.TaIIias| > e. vv'here one cl r;

    -. o| M'l'ir-ie: and Tw i I Hundred Fwo Notice. seviral d zen !>''xi-s of yi.ur a-iti-billious Pills, I.aucl Double Gins, with all the late iinrrovtments will

    s-pM-ts, neat'i. o-ipn ic lh" ('otirt House I IX nth-sift'-r d.ifI -j:ill I jTi-vnt rny .irouj,tii.iitd wilh the happiest ll.-f. in all dis. ases incident t<) 5% l)8IhltlilC0lmL Company. my patent side Boxes, can be sefn

    whercfnav IctotiiMla g. neral assortui" tMichtr< to ii-! 3.aIg.- ii| Pr.-lwte for (I d-! this climate ; anJ having watched) their WIIM. cptrnndi LL ;persons an hereby warned not to trespass, A. DOOLITTLE.St. .

    ill getutnlICI; > AXD MEDICINES. Ever: .,.., Couaty, a: d 41* I f r a lin.il di..rharg.- fr. tn the raretul'.v ant clost'Iy, I ,-.mi >av t that I havi itt nor to make us.* of, or commit waste in anv unlawttil INtflrugs Mary's, Ga July 4, 1546. 2

    ? tentiou |ui l t orI'r* of Ph* 'iHjns arid PlanN-i- .nmirtraiion ii. tin- 4 state <.l U"in. GiSlildM-i I, -c.AKCHIHLO f und them to !I' iinil ir in their oieration| to that manner, on t the lands! <.f the .t Apalarhiri Medicines, Paints, Oils,

    All articles warrantiM :r ol! .juality, lain for can'tHe SMITH, J: Adm'r.fj Herrnk-an meily. I alm.I l ; tail).o'it, howivrr, tu! Land Company w hub( have out been regularly dispiised Toilet Artitlrs, Perfumery, it.. Window Glass The .llothcr's Friend.

    has j14t rocoittsl a *u"l; ; i'f .SHERMAN"- ( ii.. ". JrII.I I sir.S .kkteriniis etlcct frequently uriyi-iu frm thereof of by us, or our ciiina.t-iit arinit or n en- ,, OR FEMALE INDIAN RESTORATIVE-

    WORM, coui.; \MPHOR a-M CATHRTIC : ot1c( t'nt article. J. HARROW, M. D.Haker heretofore, as the |>f naltv au f (the law will be strictly POINTERS' BRUSHES AID COLORS,

    '/zINF.< ; % U'itIlPtcie.., and the most agreeS1IERMX'S rfJ IX ii-itttis! aft r d.ttI; I -.!i.tll I apply to the I inn county Ga .\pril 2., IM'J. .nt'( >rcfd against all offemlcrsApplications Apothecaries' Cila s \\ arc, Ac. A VALUABLE DISCOVERT.
    be made for purchases leases expectinc shortly to become
    hue tirin 'if a lrntlit'ririr Ia' itv'iTl'e. > y Jii!..:" .f P"tidte'I I Leon Coutity: for diimisi.'i may or above constantly on hand, and for sale at the FEMALES the
    otherwise fr the t i THE to use above medicine.if Iron-
    t undisposed < tracts
    POOR M\VS \STERS the t portions or
    dj.l l! S (fhcip' ant tc.t plaster ever offered to (he pulilir haliit of of s.iid lands: Iv inc and bom:; in the) coui.ties <>f Wakulla premature pains, cramps. restlessnesstnight !
    ; U'.t.rloo'd.. CM AS. S. SIHLIIY.J'll'y This is to ci rtily tint I lute tim in the
    I. Gadvlen tot Frar.klm and knnwn nausea at the stomach, or mrvous tnitabiLti;
    : Sot KiKMinatisra, Pains in the I5ack, Side, and Weaknce 1J I Ii I-i.laipoitalit. r.I Orn f resrribin in my ;pri lice. l t'r (the lat: two vrar*, Dr. eon, a.sthe" We have received by late arrivals large additional it also valuable
    I ( Forbes Purchase. tO .,urti'il% aiithori/ed aeeut, is prevent abottion and pseti'1
    -' Jk.cAUo Anti-IIillious Pills and have also sold
    WondruiT's a supplies DrusiWeilieine3ami Chemicalswhich
    Sea Island Cotton Mr. JAaIES E. UETT.NER, in the vicinitv of after-pains. The abov valuable medicines for Ui.!
    DR. -
    made ol cf the
    good many IMX"* From the use I have together with most popular patent remedies,
    I i R tLSM.an intallit'le art InC for Cold.i, tMaiitcrs.Thf JOSEPH: I DEL AFt ELI), by LEWIS SL AMES. Tallahasse
    them in practice, ;.md from what I have hrird from render our assortment the largest ard most varied in
    Coujh*. A thtni, Blet-di-v at th Lunz-i. .i ump- lavt izr.prorcincnts on Sea MandCollon Gins. th.se to wh"m 1 )have sold!, I have no hesitancy inrernmmcndinz LEWIS CURTIS, the State. All of which we otfcr at the lowest cash 22, IS Irt. 5 3m

    lien and ;14 kinlra li't-i. Pamnlilet eontainJiiit r I'MHifei'xcritiri-i rcs|>cctljllv inf. rin tlie Pl attrs them ti the public a> a superior AntiliiUi'itis Tmittf of the .Ipalaehieola Land Co. pi ices. The rflVtl of Dr. AV io
    ccrtt"-ite< from p'-rmj in his'i tandins ro.- 1. ot S.M l Ii! iiit Cotton thit liny lute
    S vtinit" iu'!: .'ieelIo't-(, can \\tv had gratis, by aj>- KOUTY uii'Li; : AND slstLI; : liiRI' (;INS of this climate. I can -comtnerd them as a safe IN'olico.T SCARLET FEVER.

    pMnZ34boVe. flit- Gun jre kii'HMi 10 l i- the ia'i
    S Ta'.lahmee, J. Gin* now mtsl 'l'Iui. improvrri.'nti uuJe ou the edv mitch --nit-erior to Mennrv.Colum'nis I ''IE undersicned dulv authorized Land a ent( of the refunded in cafes irhere they fail to give Woodruff's Anti-Billious Pills in my Umilyf"'

    Sale.A IV'TlIf G.m AT*' ecnrt5i! i ned 1:1 tliee Gm I Tlic si.UscriiieM Novciiiljer! 7. 1 IS 11. Trustees of he Apalachict'la Company, satisfaction.! the last three years, ard find them a most excellnl
    r. .
    WELL selected ir MU-ellaneou Library of the iuvu< l-ii con I'xtis! with Mr. I)
    S lIIi5h edition- of standard iruje .,1\ the Gi.i; <> lit fiat a'.ii4vyiI'.t' : I:IN! >.tntscn. Auznst 2.. I MO. 5 .1m it land within the Forbes Purchase, as have not been Try--Prove, before yon Condemns tina in my family this year and cured then tiaj
    I approved of said Land Personal
    S TR thousand tol'im'. 1 hey !uv f.irtir! inr.j'rrii..t! t'.icir Giru, and, t< r velocity regularly disposed by Company. one with Dr. Woodruff's Pills and some warm tell.
    work, con i>tinj of about one Fineline: dozen No. interviews may bo had with the subscriber at The cdi'
    UT received Brig two medicine .
    *' ,
    aid i>erle wir'Kmitistiip.tlioy cjnn t lit snr- T per Please rail on the Jtgmts and examine the testimonials a ts pleasantly and efficiently.
    :;i For particular apply tofi luis"e.-I. The Ut iirtproVfii.ciiti make them doubly .1 1 G"M IVns with silver case and pencil! ; Coral or in the winhborh'iod) It Quincy. or Uttersjnay lie deserving of a place in every family.
    nyTinWKItJanuirv | of citizens State in
    JOSS p men to
    ,hrerted him the Post Offices "at that
    to through
    wcurt- from lifaVa c. I5M-! Nwkl ices, and Armlofs, for sale bv JOHN SIMS.

    M in. I
    STAItltVM'()V" I'IARR Gitisj.'i; DoiiMe GITW; wilh all late iLnIr..vements. JAMES K. nETTXER, ..Jgtntfif For sale by LEWIS t A M F.S. Tsee..
    tchcn iisctl
    I rt'ceivin unit Emeline from New WOODRUFF'S} PILLS AS AN ANTMJILL.OUS the Tm ni\v per .*>i; Sinl. d.tto, j.i.: : Kxtr: Bo\e and Rrti-lie.i be certain thcnt and August 22: lSt" 5 .5- .
    an-1 :Schoon Home from New Origan- lurni>h dS jw. VAXCH & IIL'RNS, ItEM! El)Y.DR. Januarv iii. | s |>;. '.' IvHEETIXtJS. to return get your monry -

    Rio, Lv. iira an I Jav CofW, U>af and crushed SuK St. Mary's, Ga.Cfl. M. l'OOiiit1lF-Icar Sir : In regar.l to your back, at the pruprittor dots not leant something PROSPECT

    Flour and ai-ortmcnt Life 1MK I can siv that I am wel. pleased : w for nothing.DR. "*
    r. Win, IIadv, complete nil Ptwr : very Fvr publishing in the town of .V. / : *

    of Iron, Ste<-l, N'aiN. &< J. II. : !,-:1t-h an.l II. H. Midler. St. John's with them ; I ounsider tln-iu! to Iv anti-billo-n.: and I Shirtings, O-niahnrirt, and a larae WOODRUFFS ANTI-RILLIOUS PILLS ; cia netcfpaper, ttt : .

    FVhni\ry2llH | cents pr Rox- Valuable for RiiIius THE NEWPORT G.t. C 11

    IprternsitCIUivI. A- S. Atkis4.n, Villalon iranJ ActMa.i'atiiden Co., nirpi-sc.[ I Jhi.nk ((icy are eipial or 5uppn- to any l5o<.tH. Shoes. Hats kr &.c., suitable for the Spring and Cons tive Fever, Fever and Ague. Indigestion
    nlU now in use. I sold a box the other day to a ti-ale for ale cheap liv or Dyspepsia Cholic Headache, and all other diseases
    4 CASK LONDON PORTER.4rf Ca. uu"t; S, \Nl'\>\. 3Jn 2.rtin | pentlrman princip l object of the Newport Gazritit sitt i
    laboring under billiotissvmptoms.nn'l they to- STARR, LLOYD &. FLAGG. resulting from Millions derangements.ALSO. THE
    and for i1e hv
    3) dna Cl ret, j jitit to furnish a correct account of the
    STARR, LLOYD & FLAGG. l ICf>rfiv<* l by .1. 1At rorluist', lievi-d him s SIVMI that concluded they must have \pril H, IM'i. 3'J WOODRUFF'S FEVER AND AGUE business transactions of the Port and District0'(
    Calomel in them. 1 safely recommend them AND ANTI-FEVER PILLS ,
    April t W 3 the Phunix Uuildines., ." per l tO iii> Mtneline from can particularly valuable St. Marks the outlet and inlet of the Jhddle ris"1
    and think they will be very saleable ln-re in the ciurseof for Fever anti Aeue and Congestive Fever; one box -
    New York : of Florida of th lower counties of
    Tsik*" JVolicr. another year. A. B. MOORE AL D. undcrsisned have united in the practice of heinz generally sufficient for two commom cases. and most *
    A N extra price will he paid tot huh'tchc'J Java CofTi-e, Fresh Mil-is IUi .t.helI'.l! Almonds, n>itt.T and S<>.1< Crackers, the aid of all the Merchant of this TOW*
    the Indian fashion. promised
    .t1. with IKM*, t Tu-ikecee, September 13. 1 IS 11. Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florida gents. M. WOODRUFF M. D.
    Mtv 10. 1S45. __ _:Si M L. HKLR. Ship 1'isciiit, Cru Olive Oil ttrandy Cherri- LiFerhi.taken *
    IIor" for Male. Auzust22, l LSI'i. 5 3m A'ofern Circuit. Also, the District Court of (the a popular and certain remedy for Bowel suoerintendante. A List of Imports
    : Is-tn.ts. Hi* >. Syrups, Silt,. line Xorthr-rn Flour from will be gui-ID.
    | the Custom House returns,
    $r. brown M \RE, that works well inbariw.4 "nitod! States to be held! at Tallahassee, and (the Surcme Complaint.Also. FcT
    \Vry gr clirw mz Tol>4cco, entail and large The latest accounts.Irom. the different markft.fifltn .
    well. Court of the State of Florida.
    ,7 and rides tolerably DR. WOODRUFFS WORM SPECIFIC.A .
    iIi.ri.. May 21, I- .. *' and Domestic will be collected and publi
    _ t bOne lartfe Dray,Waion or Press HORSE, rT" HE subscriber, having purchased the concern of THOMAS RANDALL, fresh supply of the above valuable Medicines In will be neutralgi"0
    politic, strictly
    r L for alo low.ALSO lR.VOODRUFFS PILLS AS A FAMILY MF.IICIXE. )- J. Mr. E H. Clark, would respectfully inform the THOMAS II. HAGNER, just received and for sale by Lewis & Ames. Druggists merely an abstract ihepapfr of thing.* they occur. Tfcr '

    I one SULKY and IIARXESS. very cheapJ % public and his friends that he is prepared to do all Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Tallahassee ; alsoby R. Manning, P. M.. Manninnfon evrs r of the week will be bri- tIn a* extracted from eor

    j R. FORTUXE.Onn from Profrtfor I fill.DH kinds of COACH WORK in the best manner, with Tallahassee, February 01 18t6. 31 Leon county ; J. B. Beard P. M Mirco- xrhansie A sma 1 will be devoted( to A riultureindLitht '

    allahag'ee.iu1y ic. I'lI6. 5giid ?.i. WOODRUFF : Dear Sir : I feel it a duty as much despitch, and on as reasonable terms, as any Leather. sookie, Leon county ; S F. Bnrnev, Micccsookie ; : R ndimr.space The propri trr prc <*

    Ioe. I owe t.> IhcaiHictcd to say something in relation shop in the country. Don't fear high prices nor bad Samuel Puleston, lrugit, Monticello; John G. ies bit little, besidn c- ct urt tf (ibe C Bnercial
    harness Upper and Sole Leather, Oak s rr acc
    PIECES KENTUCKY BAGGING, to >our invaluable Compound Life Pills. So work. Come and judge for yourselves.H BAND for sale by M. L. BAKER. Gunn Merchant, Quincy ; Zabnd Fl"trh T, P. M., transactions of th.- Pistrict The firit num*
    do. established I in the of this invaluable If. RERRY. China Hill.Gadsdenccuity : Joshua Davis of Gads- mi-1t
    I OUU KX Coils Rope. am rfliciency June 6. IS 10. 4ft tf >er will be issued on or about the lth Set I
    t For sale bvJXO. compound, that I unhearalinRly ay. no family that N. B Air F. PAYNE Coach Smith and Spring den county ; D. Baker, PM.., Chattahoochie, and TERMS-Two dollars a tear. invariably ii 5rance.

    DENHAM. ran conveniently cHain them should] be without Maker, has his shop in connection with the subscriber LAW NOTICE.M August 22, 1&4. 3 3n\ An order to chance the airiuunt ci ,pbpi-ZiP

    ) Newport. Jitlv Il.IQI'l. *I 3m them, u they are all the proprietor *av< thee are. and docs all the smith work (lor the concern ; IP. Law* Florida 'ion to any Merchant in townwillbelk151'

    sail*. J. M. IslLL. M D.Runell and he i is *o well known as a workman, that nothing i f accepted.

    /"\NE itt of 12 foot For Gin Segiment and one extra donnfy, Ala., October 21. 1543. more need be said but that you can have all aid ar/y WILL resume YARD. the practice of Law. OFFICE iir A FEW Session copies, for sale Pamphlet by Laws of Florid late J. S. P. CARLISLE, lubla.s

    For sale by LEWIS t AMES. Tallahassee.! work done in the best manner. \ Newport 14th 1S43j
    Spur-bead. by March 21 1546. P. A. HAYWARD. August
    05.134 ;. 40 \
    ci April
    August LS4. :3 J. R. FORTUNE. Ang04t 22. 1846. 5 3m August 1 1,1

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