The Floridian
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 Material Information
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: September 25, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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mirth of friends, thu'dear, BY SIBLEY & # outely belongs to it.
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.T. Compensate for the grief( thy long deb,)ingCo TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1844 7 7h4s I VOLXIX -N0.10. whole It is ofa a fair written rule of instrument interpretation, that the I

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Linger not long tears was PEOPLE WHO ARE TOO POOR TGTKE'ANEWSPAPER. -- ------ -- -- tr
: I worutotdoors, in the winter, but we Frointhe Evening Pott. meaning may ascertained.
wept as ifmy head were water. I have buta Saturday y b This; rule
. Linger not long How shall watch thy coming dim recollection of what followed. I only Most mention it mertly tu iHtnfrate the fact thatwe -- A SCENE IN A GAMBLING HOUSR no boon oLne by those who have seen b
- shadows tttretch o'er moor and dell. persons their turns feeling aw. may engraft every month in the with fit to
As evening know that I year The cmmnt upon
proceeding at Mad.
weeping and motionless fully When those fits following very remarkable circumstance tb
poor. are on, they feel ison
wild bee bath CUlled her -and hence
the sues have
When busy humming till been
, is Info
coming twilight ; and that I was ta. it necessary to economise and retrench their vouched for by Green, the reformed lea
And silence hangs on all things like a spell. ken some errors, which I dclre to
tenderly by the hand and led away here expenses in some They A LUDICROUS CIRCUMSTANCE IN A gambler, which we from his work on correct. speak
. begin to of
way. cast cnens for
course, myself) and
Linger not long I -
saw the countenances of f.arents and si!>ters.. about them to see what luxury they ran dispense CHURCH. gambling. There a degree of romance at. wish it by no means

. How shall I watch for thee as fears grow stronger: Many years had gone by, with their wings of with. They look along, (ill at length Speaking of the first impressions at tacbed that in a manner relieves it of the hor ing off untnto(that I am desirous of wan).

, As night draws dark and darker on the lull light and shadow, but the scenes I have portrayed they meet with the newspaper-the humble, brings to mind a ludicrous eburh ror excited by the catastrophe.It which my own shoulders any of the re.
How: shall I weep when I can \\.atch no longer : still come over me at times with terrible weekly Newspaper-which costs them the happne some fifty or sixty years ago at occurred at New Orleans some years ago. ing. I am may for attach lo this proceed

Oh! thou art absent-art thou ab ent still? distinctness. The oak yet stands at the enonnous sum of little over/fee cents per num The rector, though a man of pro. A sea captain was in the habit of frequent popularity laboring a higher purpose that

Linger not long base of the precipice, but its limbs arc black! ber, and at once conclude that this is just the found learningand a great theologian, was of ing a Roulette Table, kept by a Frenchman in the truth of or sine, and am content to abtdw

and dead, and its hollow trunk looking upwards pot to begin at. Taking the paper is at leasta sub eccentric habits, a often to create a company with a party of Gamblers. Green I shall my position by future events.
Vet I should grieve not,though the eye that setth me, toward remarks that no attempt answer all that bat
the clouds for doubt
sky, as calling to piece useless extravagance and waste, and among the vulgar whether he was attunes they played with more regard to _
tho ___ _
Gazed through tears that make iu dull bcn sid aJainl f n, L
splendor ; drink, is an emblem of rapid and noiseless it must be discontinued. ''Iln- _mnncirnn.__ _n__.___ l.,_.,.t..,_ compos mentis. Having remarked for fairness then than is customary or- n-------funeral -I shall; confine--- .lr .v wiai
For oh 1 sometimes fear when thou alt with me, decay. A I visited the and the of with them now. The Captain m.lfto lid promi.
year ago spot, age three dollars a year must be stopped. t"erallesiye Sundays, a gentleman, who was evidently nent
My cup happiness is all too full I thoughts of bone years came mournfully We have known hundreds of persons to was no parishioner, invariably using a seat in influenced in his visits more by a wish to kill Take objctio. a they. occur to my memory.

Linger nut long back to me, thoughts of the innocent being reason and act in (this way, as singular as it I pew next to that in which a young widow time than for any passion for the sport. He forming chain an Address together J

Haste haste thee home into thy mountain duelling who fell by my side, like, some beautiful tree i may appear. We have known persons liv. lady sat, he constantly eyed them, and detected had visited the room frequently, and his Invariable a have then one fair and sentiment nod you &

flute u a bird unto its peaceful nest of spring, rent up by the whirl.wind in the ing in ten thousand dollar bouses, with furniture the young gentleman slyly drawing the bet was tventy-Jiite cents and winner or and a just conception of(he de. J]

Haste u a skiff when tempests wild are swelling, midst of its blossoming.; I remembered, and tocorrespond,discontinue a weekly paper, young lady's glove from off the back ofa |pew loser, he never increased it. He visited the signs diculous and purpose o be meeting. The ri. .

Flies to its haven of securest rest! oh there was joy in the memory, that she had pleading inability to pay for it, as an excuse where she was accustomed to place it, (her place on the night in question. all parties impractical the position o union of'.m
Linger not long gone where no lightning slumbers in the folds for so doing. In such cases, we have never hand and arm being delctely fair)-and put. The sea captain, having placed his bet upon Slate Rights upon" of ( .Tariff
of the rain.bow cloud, and where the sunlit doubted but in it the red, sat with his head Internal
::: bat the truth was told us : fur, ting a slal neatly foIed note. By.and. leaning upon his "1'hf Bank," Impyementa" 4
DQOlIL.A[ !'iI-EOU; waters are never broken by the breath of Om. living in the luxury and by the' of band as iflo await the result of the I Mexican ., :
pra> acci- _
extravagance we knew course __._ game.- not the de'sicu
tll/-li-- or J .. .
__ __ ______ TJ .L UPn.
nipotence.A did oiec tha ,
u =: thoy we hei.u not ftu"pvsiot they were a. ,1..nmlly-from the edge or lie ,peW Into megentleman's winner.. u.u I-I iiuti me cniumn. and be was use mancould 'b.eiev! o i
THE THUNDER STORM. ble lo'pay (the cost ofa weekly paper, and we ; he picked it up found a leaf The wheel started again but the possible. ? s a uniop Practicable i
BT CEOUGE I). )'RETiCE. Most PoircrfiJ Drinkcr.-Iid you ever would not be surprised to learn that they are turned down, & be hastily scanned a passage, Captain did not move, and contrary to usual I admit, To plmueoloyor ( resotutions 4
hear of Andrew Wallace seizing! a man that themselves which practice the amount of his bet a oonelualou: {
sometimes evidently caused a smile of was doubled.
of feeble compelled to subsist comnpla.cency. unless hey taken
I are in
was never a man upon
courage.- drunk and him connection
was at auction ? He with
putting up won the second third the
short fourth ,
allowances' their and fifth the j
few with the and the
human elemental accounts action
There arc scenes
or I
tell that AdreS
must Wallacewas recommended
)ou story. Squire sum each as the
strife upon which I bare not looked with an i a captain in the militia ; and one day after butcher are kept square.} It costs some fam Our minister saw-all the proceedings, and the doubling time. Thus it went on to means a hearty union and cooperation in
daring. I hate stood in the front of ilies so much lo "keep up appearance!!," that continued to watch them for two successive when the gmbler began to defence uf Southern "
and before the The
eye training was over, just men lit netted,and rights. AHdres,.
battle, when swords \\erc gleaming and circling were dismissed! from parade, he took a guard they cannot afford to pay anything; to satisfy Sunda collections, On the third Sunday, 8 soon u ** He wins again uttering!I"t curses, exclaimed, which is drawn with considerable care, and
around head liko of either the animal or mental appetite, though tie were made, while the beadle this many who were is an amplification of
my fiery serpents with him and made a prisoner ofPat Sweeny, j in the room gathered ,elOlutiont! fully explains .
the air. I have sat on the mountain pinnacle, who the latter is usually very easily satiated among, Jet waited to attend him to the chancel, our around the table. The the whole matter to ,,.._ 3
: was a most powerful drinker as much at reci'l cJftbe ninth I..: .L_ __ a unio.nt? .
the eccl'utric t>a tnr. in V..I/-0. tpn'J u -- --
upper ten thousand.' I a ( .,__, anr uu- ; cert i
when me wniri-wma was its rocks .trnf J"inrl 3"IUt upon a presidential .
lending; a time as a camel almost. "i'at, he, one of them cried candidate: "true to
says If a man gets in debt a few dollars in said : publish; the-banns of marriage l lie. out- He is a fool why the South
from their rocky clefts,&scattering them piecemeal "I seize you in the king's name !r' Mc !" the don't he make of on the subject' of sluer,." Every ,
sure be
I purchase ofa piece of land, will tween M. and N., [deliberately has won 1'- of that :
to the cluuJi 1 hate seen thebe things says Pat, a-scratching his head and looking you see him pronouncing The eleventh portion address which alludes lo union
with a swelling soul, that knew nor, that reck., abroad} bewildered like ; '. I'm not a start for the Printing Office, fi" tl,with. *'I the names of parties] if any, ofjou know just (the result, twelfth and thirteenth brought and concert of parties, expressly and \t
same and
ed not of danger hut there is something in the gler touch me ifjou dare !" h I seize snug-," believe, says be, I shall have to stop my cause, &c. The eyes of the congregationwere is mad !' hut the, many exclaimed' He cally puts it upon this ground ; it u emrbati a. I :

thunder's voice that makes me tremble like a says he, fcr violation of the Excise you law, deal paper ; I have 'been getting in debt' a good set on them, the lady with sulfuspd tain continued heedless.game went The on and the Cap. ted as the only peaceful remedy, ther and as tin* ;_ ,
child. I have tried to this and must retrench my l'xpenditures.I blushes, and the gentleman crimsoned with fourteenth was only common
overcome unmanly for about than platform upon'which
carrying you more a gallon of like in I his favor. At the fifteenth we -all
the well, and should be anger she fanning herself with vehemence thousands were could unite.
I have called paper As the
weakness ,
pride to my aid-I rum without a permit, and to.morrow I shall glad to at stake from i best exponent of the
bare sought for moral courage in the lessons of sell at auction to the highest bidder. You continue it, but I must stop for a while." Then and! he opening and shutting (the pew door five and beginning of twenty views, sentiment and opinions of that address I "W
cents ,
philosophy, but in vain : at the first, low moaning sfre a forfeited article, and I could knock suppose he is told (hat probably three dollars I with rage and violence, the minister meanwhile rnent. Still, al eyes seemed fixed in.amae.. I hope I shall b pardoned for making a short I .c

of the cloud my heart shrinks, quivers and on the bead and let it out, if I liked so you no a year will:J not make so much difference with proceeding through bis duties with the same. The bankers won. Tbe sixteenth was the extract, pertinent to the whole question :_ i

dies within me. My involuntary dread of nonsense, man !" And sent him off to gaol, him-he will reply, Aye, true, sir, }but recol. same decorum a if innocent of the agitation the wheel-plajcr. Others vociferated curses upon The proposition fr, concr and union a. Jf
thunder had its origin in an incident that occurred screaming and scratching like mad be every little }helps ; what I spend yearly be had excited. urged the Captain mong or.elrel upon ( momentous
was so to withdraw questiou
when I was a child often }ears. I frightened. The nest day Pat was at for the paper, :would, in the course of a few Tho sermon preached and the services ended Sixteen at least a part of his winning.' like all other will meet with ,
bad little cousin of the same age with myself; vrndue, and knocked down to his wife put,up who I years amount to a considerable sum, and it is away to the vestry rushed the parties at dollars was at stake for the position," &c. thes objections it O :
seventeenth Time
ball il
who was the constant companion ot my child. bid him in for forty shillings. It's generally necessary that I should save all I can." It the heels oftbe pastor. Who authorized there flew like lightning, but sufficient to say we ask no man (10 relinquish I

: hood: Strange'lhat after a lapse almost a : considered the rise taken ofa is unnecessary reason with such an individual )you sir, to make such a publication of the was no change. The money was pied or abandon bi. only ask '
greatest ever out before tor
(be a
; I and you as well strike banns 7" demanded they both in breath. up Captain in heavy bank notes, union of i
score of years, that countenance should be so man in this countrJ"-Sam Slick's in may off his name one he all prids .,lr,.: .... .i
t p Life aMy firs: as last ; you'll never make "thin" of Authorized me !" said he, with moved not a finper nor uJtereH a .,vrl. noble ? .n *
familiar to me.. I can still see the bright young I Colonrr.J-. am.; ----0 -. a stare At this ------- .- undertaking s ing our common country
creature, her large eye Hashing like a beautiful him.We which beigbtene the confusion. Yes, sir juncture a husky voice in seaman's the horrors emancipation." Now- *\ ?

!gem, her free locks streaming as in joy upon Uncle the Parson, or the effects of Pepper have in our eje a young man, who jou. Oh 1" said the minuter, phrase don't was bet heard-Haul in old Captain let me ask any cndid man if this extract, to. *,
the tun-rise gaze, and her cheek glowing -The Knickerbocker contains a capital would like to take our paper. lIe reads i it with a sly glance alternately at each, if soIl Ian 1 that' pile against this set of gether with wholo prcoeed/ngs/ does ;

like a ruby through a wreath of transparent story by John Waters, of which the following and likes it, but really, be can't afford to subscribe you don't approve rJ the banns ed forth pirates from! haul in! and a hand was stretch demonstrate that the union and concert no. -

snow. Her voice bad the melody and the is the conclusion : and pay for it. lie smokes three cig next Sunday." one at the (table grasping the was upon one common question propofeed

joyousness of a bird, and when she bounded At the dinner table our' parson'takes a bottle ars every day,dresses in the bei;.:hth fashion, Sir," said the lady, you have been too first money and depositing it in a bat. It was the common ground, and one common one,

orer the wooded hill or the fresh green valley of pepper from his pocket, to season his I and sports a fine gold lever. He is a right' I j officious already ; nobody requested you to do thus secured mate of the Captain's vessel. Having without any abandonment of principle remedy 1 \f

shouting a glad answer to everyoice of Nature meat with. down clever fellow, hut is always short in his anything ; you bad better mind your own bu- the the money, be seized the Captain this be a crime or (folly, h it so..-I take

and clapping her hands in an ecstacy of, The two farmers were attentive to all his finances, otherwise he would take the paper. tiness !1" full by shoulder, saving' Come, you have a full share of all that can made of I my

I young existence, the looked as breaking away movements. The addition of the sauce when So he has often told us. We occasinally give Why, my pretty dear," aid he, patting cargo,!it'e time to hoist sail'-when, borerible a Southern man by L, my heart it is with am
like a freed nightingale from the earth, there was such a full supply of gravy in the him one ; we are always happy to do so ; we heron the cheek, what I have done ba to the corpse of the Captain fell her against the whole world ; and if zeal

and going ofT where all things were beautiful dish seemed to them merely a superfluity; but have not the heart to 'hink of his paying any been all in the way business, and if you do against head him. He had been sitting with his exceeds my wisdom, I have the consolation my of

and happy like ber. It was a morning fii the exploring genius of Ajax Teleman was irresistibly thing lor it ; for really, a person who pas not like to wait for three publications, I advise upon his band throughout all!!this exciting knowing that I am upon the side of 'farb.r ,

the middle! of August. The little girl bad excited by the pepper, a condiment RIO a v* ar for rrr 0 *_T n-"i.rK"t "v rn.t, ,.,..... "I."".. I."u..uW ...1 you, fcir,"-turninc to the Gentleman" to scene_ ; having died while in the act of LeUinf land.' my

been passing some days at my father's bouse, thrt was altogether new to him,and perceiving any thing for newspapers: T'! procure the license, the ring-; and the fee, his first quarter. The*mate called for water i If I understand the floridian and
and she was now to return uumw. net 'u.. '!. .41'"_ r and then the whole be and dashed it into his face hen for both Sentinel Vt.
I'G' : .sy nrronllv nnnftitein '. pray F 'f min AR to. w.itJ mater may set led a ; spirits ; they allege this union and .
but tb
lay across the fields, and I gladly became the sir, said he, 'would you have the LOlet of addressing the"widow.. your all!{ efforts to resuscitate him was rain. already at ial. .t .'! concert
little of that red salt 1" expense some 82 or 83, when, were they gentleman Green detail i deuce it-such .cunwnee1'LtVand
companion; ofher walk.-I never knew a summer me taste a asked take permission, I get them, and we may be goes on to the rut ot as wuuia JS {.
to useful
With the 'but some paper, which would ,"i The then North West
morning more beautiful and still. Onlyone pleasure replied Parson, I afford them hundred fold married in a day or two." Oh, you may i gamblers money that such Wa the fac. Thata
little cloud was visible) and that teemed must apprise you that it is pepper and not salt and instruction an more amusement both do as please," pettishly, yet nothing should be refunded; but the mate had rolled union of feeling does prevail at ( South I (:]

as pure, and white and peaceful, as fit had pepper' of the strongest force, that I received derive from all the every week, than they could loth, replied you the lady. was but a day or it up in a bankerchiefj put it into the hand ofa do nO doubt ; I wish, however, to go farther, &4

been the incense smoke of some burning cen. from a friend in the tropics, and' said he banding which held Circus exhibitions which I two after, the license was I and the cabin-boy, and charged him to run with it and shew a union of actii-n. j wish to see &*

aer of the skies. The leaves were silent in it to. him, a very few grains will go a that they were" should ever like, they would tell you parson received his fee, the procured] bridegroom his for his life to the ship, and deliver it to the our primary assemblies of the people,our Leg. *i'i
... to take it they _
are .
the woods ; the waters of the bay had forgot. -' 'D.J. fond of tell bride and the widow for the time threw summons crew to gambling fslars our public men of all parties 2
:A ;derisive at the size of very reading ; but, to the truth, las house. The tumult and confusion pledge themselves to for ?'
ten their undulations ; the flowers were bending glance my tincle her gloves over the back of her pew, and it were so vote no man fur office :
their heads, as if dreaming of the rainbow and then allis own portly figure seemed to I they are"so poor that they cannot afford the was afterwards said that the parties were satisfied great that the boy slipped away unnoticed. who is no opposed to the Wilrnot prv o._ )i

and dew., and the who''mospbere' was intimate that be thought the caution tery little expense.:Men who with their gains. When the corpse was laid on the plank, th That is the sort of union, concer and action'r:
of such soft and luxurious sweetness, that it worthy of notice by a man of his cubic inch. I thousand-dollar are rich enough to build ten gamblers again demanded the money of I advocate, and no other:_ Union of the if

seemed"a clojdfroses_ scattered down\>)"the es. He rapped the bottle on the side as he I. houses and furnish them, to Edirin Forrest.-Forrest continues t play mate, stating, that as the captain had ucdouhtcdly South 4.-or the uke of Ihf RourJ" \vJ..."S V1.

baads of a n pom the far off gardens of I bad seen the parson loosen the grains of his j construct a dozen vessels and keep them in at the Par with marked success. The career died belling the first quarter, justice.re. bee this actually accomplished in some I

Paradise.-The green earth and the blue sea firey stimulant, applied it in the same way hut j I j I stand operation at the, to own bead and of manage large farms, to. of this acor had been truly extraordinary.A .- quired that it should be returned to the ban- more .fcciou than mere words, I mo
large mercantile establishment
lay abroad in their boundlessness, and the without the same caution, to bis gravy, and poor orphan boy, he has by his own untiring kers. The mate, in a tone defiance, replied at ease. positive icvrks accompany tbt"1 I
peaceful sky Lent over and blessed them.- used it freely with his meat. *, to ride in expensive carriages to efforts, not only accumulated a large fir. that the orphan children of the captain neede tokens of public sentiment at the South, and *

Tie little creature at my side was in a delirium The pepper was not long in making his acquaintance world wear fine clothes, and cut a great dash in the tune, but attained the very highest rank in his the money)', and should have it. was the whole pre and design of ibe Madison !,

happiness, and ber clear sweet voice but be resisted manfully the first frequently have a fit feeling miserably profession. In certain characters, he is, per. then threatened if ho refused to deliver it up. meeting met. The rest will test {

came ringing upon the air, as often as she intimation of his internal assailant ; hemmed Some poor of, the asked to pay a newspaper**bill.- haps without a living superior. His robust Seeing that their threats were unheaded they which is best, to talk of union or act in un

beard the notes ofa fatorite bird, or saw some stoutly, repeatedly, as if be was determined to down" I biggest bugs among us come health and extraordinary physique give birn rushed upon him with violence, hat, ion. I care not how this thing is brought a. *-

strange and lonely flower in her wanderings.The maintain his ground ; his face became scarlet ; that their in a twinkling. They will tell you great advantages where unusual muscular and bore it offj supposing they bad thus securedthe bout, 1 it is done ; and hence I repeat, if this

unbroken and almost supernatural tran. an unnatural warmth took possession of bis and expense for papers are very great strength is necessary, a in Damon,Matamora, money; but to their surprise the hat was thing i i.already consummated, and will be car.

quility continued until almost noon. Then frame, the tonsils of bis throat began to swell ; they. The cannot stand the cost of a weeklypaper. the Gladiator, Rolla, &c. But his King Lear empty. A large number who were present ried out at the ballot box, it is just what I am

for the first time,the indicationsufan approach. his eyes glistened, he dashed away a tear from next you hear of them, they are and Richelieu are also admirable impersonations. took the part oftbe mate, and great excitement after.The

ing tempest were manifest, over the summit of bis obstructed sight,spread abroad his arms like' making a party, that is intended to outshine Mr. Forrest is a native prevailed throughout the house. An assault Sentinel and Apalachicola Advertiser

a mountain, at the distance of about a mile, Sampson grouping for the remaining pillars ofthe any thing which has ever been held, and his father died many )SfPbiadcpbi.where was upon the mate. Some cried one hare both suspected Calbounism in the Ma.

the folds of a dark cloud became suddenly i temple of Gaza, and rose in an agony of which will cost probably five hundred dol! his mother only a few weeks ago. His two thinrr and some another. Down with him .on meetimr and prbbJ.they think ]5*j

risible and at the same time, a hollow roar distress and pain unimaginable to him in his lars. sisters 8ti reside here. As an attentive, de. I. Get I he money 1 Let him alone 1" You Ibis was the real object alhogb.anotber was

came down upon the winds, as if it had been dreams before. His first note was that of a lint, while there are such persons in the voted generous son nnd brother, to much I have no right lo rob him I J' mingled with oaths, held out. It is political principles

the sound of waves in a rocky cavern. The great brindle bull in his own cattle yard at world, there are these ofan altogether different cannot be said in his behalf! He some years. and imprecations, and curses. At this moment cannot be separated from men,and that

cloud rolled out like a banner f fold upon the air, home. The word does no justice whatever to stamp-who subscribe for a paper because since married the daughter of the twenty to thirty oftbe ship's crew rushed in, all movements of this character are liable to P i

but still the atmosphere was calm and the the sound. they want it, and promptly pay for it without known English vocalist. Sincair wel, and one word from the mate brought them to I b charged with the selfish motive of promo- |:Jli
I popularity
leaves as motionless as before, and there was Fortunately he did not cough My uncle grumbling. Such persons have enlarged: perhaps, a great at the present a his rescue, and the gamblers were soon madeto I ting some men's interest. So far a I am "-
( liberal
not even a quiver upon the sleeping waters to concerned at the accident. reccommended himto ,capacious the minds, and enjoy, in an eminent : during any period of Iii, theatrical circer moment, stand at a distance. Something was said concerned I disclaim such unworthy motive, ;
degree, will and
; tell )ibe coming hurricane. To escape the allay the purgency with a glass of water. the good confidence of. for the best reason-he has been constantly respecting the money,which led the sailors to and I think I may say 6 of a great majority

tempest was impossible. As the only resort He endeavered to say, will that put it out?' community at large, and the fraternity of improving as an artist and an actor. The suppose that the mate had been robbed and of the meeting. God forbid, that f the igno.

we fled to au oak that stood at the foot of a and made for a large jug that had just been re. ladium.printers in particular-U.fwgo (N. 1') Pal Forrest of the present day is a very differentman they were about rushing upon Monsieur Ga. I ble pre of advancing any one man, we

taIl and ragged precipice. There we remain. I plenished, be raised it boldly to his lips and tooka from the Forrest often years ago. Thenhe pin, as the proper_ person to indemnify or : him in the scale with a Inbie

ed, and gazed almost breathlessly upon the draught, that had its contents been more gen. was young, impetuous, ardent ana gilted- | any loss he might have sustained ; but were of vast magnitude. None of u desired t em

clouds, marshaling themselves like bloody giants tie might for its }breadth, depth and hcigbth Grafting every month in the r ar.-The now, be is subdued, polished, refined and cla. s- inverted by the entrance of some twenty of the barn sb a cause by associating its success

in like cky. The thunder was not fitquen : bare won from Bacchus the whole contents of investigations and experiments! of horlicultu- ical. The fact that be has just offered a prize city watch, armed with short swords. The with the cause of any man. Mr. Calhoun

%but every burst was so frightful,that the the Indies. rists, says the Maine Farmer, {fare continual. 93000 for a new American tragedy, would sailor knew the character of this posse, made had many old and faithful friends in that meet

young creature who stood by my side, shut bereyesconvulsivlyel I Jedcdiab' said he, as soon as be could articulate ly bringing forward something new in the argue that his retirement from protPjionallre up of what were called among them, 'vharf- ing, who have loved and admi/od him for

f ng with desperate strengthto t for the land's sake, does mj mouth practice of the culture of plants and shrubs} will not take place for a lear or t""o rat-FrenehmrnS and were no more daunted by years,lut it was not to him they Iooid! : as theo

I my arm and ricked as ifber heart would blaze !' *Na,' said the other with impcrturabe and trees. It was formerly thought that early Philadelphia Enquirer. their array of force. than they would have most to il.UT the whole Southern

, break A C few minutes and the storm was coolness, but it smoke consumedly, Hi- in the spring was the only time to engraft, by the di play of tin swords in the ben oso vote. 1o that we loved him less, but we
upoa "'. During the height of its fury the raw.1 tellou !f' and also that it could only be done on the tree A clergyman in Scotland desired his hear many (trained monkeys. A fracas was, how. loved country more in fact we were

little girl silently raised her finger to the.prec.ipice Another jar of water seemed to reassure or stock while growing in the ground. Now ,, era never to call one another liars, but when ever, prevented between the sailors and the willing (10 take the man who was true to theConstitution

; : thai towered above us. As I looked up, him of his safely against internal combustion, the people find it just as well to take up young any one said a thing that was not true, they watch, by he assurance of he mate that the whether be b from tb North,

an amethystine flame was quivering upon its and his powers of spcech.in some measure re. trees put them in the cellar, with sand or ought to whistle. One Sunday, he preacheda money was safe, and a request from hjra that West or South/ and who was most likely lobe

gray peaks, and the next moment, the clouds turning, and with them his entire self-posses earth over the roots, and either graft the stocks sermon o the parable of the loaves awl
opened, the rocks ottered U their foundations, sion. he strode in front of niy uncle, and thai I at their leisure hours before the fire during fishes ; and being at a hiss bow to explain it, proposed to lake (the corpse on board but was outiou: in fa ror of Mr.Calboun was Intendedas

a roar, like groan of the universe filled the air accosted him: some stormy day or winter evening, carefully I he said the loaves were not like these n> w. informed 'by the Captain nf the watch, that a nothing more ban a compliment to li for

and I fellmJ"selfLJinded and thrown, 1 knew Do you know Muter, that I took you for a placing them back until time to set them out I a-dajs, the! were as big a the hills In Scot Coroner's inquest must be held over it before it his long and faithful. defence Southern rights

not whither. How long I remained Insensible parson ?' in the spring-or they cut the roots to pieces, land. He had scarcely pronounced the words could be He tben seated himself by without the slightest reference (o the PresI, .

I cannot tell,but when consciousness returned, I am, indeed,' said my uncle 'an humble of three or four inches in length, and engraft when be heard a loud whistle. t the more. captain. to watch over during dency. 1 violate no prncplf: of confidence, 1

the violence of tbo tempest was abating, the member of that cloth.' them in the same manner ; presorting also What's that," said he, *, who call me a corpse the rest *>f (be night; and the gamblers I when I slate it was ,1 eCled because it was

roar of the wI3ds5 was dying in the distant 'Oh you be, be you And do you think it in the same way and in spring find, by set. liar?" returned to ha common work of darkness, liable to lead t misconception and false coo. '

tree-tops, and the distant tone of the thunder is any bow consistent with your calling to trav. ting them out, that they will spring up and M It is I, Willy Mc Donald, the baker." playing and drinking liquor, elusions-and possibly throw suspicion upon a "m
were coming ia fainter and fainter murmurs I el about the country in this here way, carry grow as well as any othr tree. It has also ."'eel, Willy what objections! ha \e to now ,cars Ihe-I uttering curses upon movement of two grave a character to
upon the eastern bills- I &.rOle,and looked tremblingly ing hell-fire in your breeches?' been found that tree may probably be cograf- what 1 told.ie. ) body of be Captain.Gen. barrassed bv auv collateral: IUH.K. I em no

and almost around successfully durinrr every in the None supposed however, "by genlltmcn
deliriously mo.- te master John, only I wanted to it could
She was there, the dear idol of my infant Great Fire in Jfcuia.The Paris Cora- year. Friend Cole! of ibe lioston Cultivator knaw what sort of ovens they bad to bake those Lafayette.-'..During the Revolutions be tortured into such a construction,and hence

heart, stretched out upon the green earth.- mercc says :-A commercial courier sent in describing Mr. Torrey's garden in Quincy, loaves in ?" ry war, Gen. Lafayette being in Baltimore it became part of(he

After a moment irresolution, I went and from Archangel: on July 28, by Messrs which be visited a week or two ago says Mr. was invited to a ball. He went requested, Before I close I pmfing d to correct

looked upoa her Tb handkerchief upon her Brandt and Co., has announced lo their houses T. has grafted peach tree every month in the A Long Speech.-Several years ago there but iustead joining (In- the amusements a as the Sentinel, wb thinks the denoun.ces .

neck was sligbllyirent, and a single drk spot at S:. Petersburg, that a riolent' conflagrationhad year excepting the winter months. Now if was a member Congress, generally known might be expected of a young Frenchman of : every bo opposed to Ibe ae

Upon ber, bosom told where the pathway burst out that day in the faubourg of any one is disposed to try the experiments by the name of Apocalypse BmJb. who was twenty two, he addressed tho ladies bus : Ladies Nothing was farther from the peing. 4

''death bad J been. At first, I clasped her to that place, and had destroyed upwards of I during the cold of winter there can be no somewhat note for bit tedious you are very handsome : you dance very adrel: it expressly excepts all who bonertly -
bosom 400 bouses. Only one establishment belong dub that be would succeed. Why not as speeches. ( one of his a is : opposed to ft and
111 with a cry of agony, and then laid harngs prettily; your bal very fine ; but my so!. : only denounces those .
her down and gazed into her face, almost' with ing to the government had suffered. The fire as those stocks that are grafted in the mmbr near him said, in an ua.r tone but diers have no dim. The appeal was irresistible who would tracheroull betray he South.-

a JeeJing<< of calmness. Her bright dishevel. was still raging when the courier left, but house during the winter, when th circulating lo enough t b bar that Smyth's speech : the hal ceaed the ladies ran home The author let me assure the

!Jdnagieu clustered sweetly around her brow. with less intensify, the inhabitants baring sue. system is torpid T It would b necessary only wa wearying ApOapt", and went to by the next day a Sntinel, does to rep denunciation i.I is
I'he ceededln themselves in some measure to protect the junction of graft stock turning to him, said, M Sir, number I
look of terror Iud faded from her lips, making an rn Do ad large were prepared by the right way to gain converts t any cause ;
** an infant smile wu pictured beau master of it: II. carefully from th effect of snow water dressiflg generation, I am speaking to pos fairest hands of Baltimore, for the gallant de. and he would I* very sorry.to Kon.
mo ofe any
and the Mvore that we have teril The member replied, "If do
you of their
tiullltbere, the wlnd aim. nO fenders country. est man merely furji
Was15 ; rid.rOle tinge upon her cheek Had habits are easier conquered to-day than in that season of )ea. We do stop Jn, you will bare jour audience I reserve for another. o oinia
lovely at i ih life, and as I pressed it to Clw atio my
no! that it would advisable da ; is the
io-morrow. suppose b yo true philosopher's Stoije. respects lo A Denwcial Ycl, 4ivLuk, Iu





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{ '\1 '. a favor, thai rich .papers as have published I It fide, one of good will, equality, justice, and /Vow the.Pitttbvgh DespsUof.Vond5S. Delta contains particulars to intercept Ihem. They, however, \ "no FLORIDiA
New Orleans ..
both slare- HORRIBLE TRAGEDY. received the : J
all the -
;h.t; ; the Madison: Meeting trill also give this paper concession-I hat .States, oflhe late battles differing materially aware ort untilhe1 wdl-irec
q.; .t tothepubbc. holding and non slare-holding, moved along A WOSIA AXD AmKKWABDa BtBXCD no columns. ted fire CarHtla[and New York] J
hRDEIUC in our -
ONE or THK COJlITrEB.I I 11 together ns a band ol brethren ; !! from those already published which mowed them down like grass = r
I II harmoniously stated regiments
TO ASIIF.3 BY additional .
\ One or two particulars: '
fide 18477
-- and our union was then cordial en all the scythe. Satuay Setm ,
I 1 *. : : /Vvm Ae S.N/Vrn Journal. bec3u's the conntifitional rights of the Sou'h An aged lady named Mary Morrison, wife and the account ofthe two battles is rather Ilfr route and dispersion were noW com __ i

'I'..:-' MADISON MEETING. wer. respected an.1 faithfully observed by the Samuel. Morrison, residing in Mifflin Town. more intelligible. It is as follows : plete. In the fort, were captured 22 pieces Yes aEPahEnATU"0 Lt: I

[i Vv: "v t ;1. In my former communication I cnfne pcopV. of the other S tps. For a half centurr ship in AHegany county, about three min During the night oflhe 18th Gfn. Vorth'sdivision artillery an immense amount of munition o B. F. Whittier, I I A. E. Maxt-, r

.. : myself principally to the objections the world never \ a more bea,!'ifnl and fx>m icKefpr was mtrdered on Fridaylast with a part ofthe 1st Brigade, occu- war, and upwards of 1500 prisoners among I L O'B. Branch, I_ Patrick 8 j
a II
: l: the Floridian! and Sentinel, entlcavorvd! ) harmonium' lttm.f a fire : happy gor. aferwars burnr to ashes by her Iied the hacienda of San Juan de Dies. whom were several officers of high rank.- I
.i -, an u1 hare I ihe 19tb, Gen. came up with the Change ID the Mall Aejeat.
: : :)j ; give a plain common sense exposition o the ernm'MJt tbl,our-ariiing that good step daughter. f ftC, n f.r A we : Twigf advancing The enemy left dead upon the field upwards MOITICCLLO C

4. t): obJec of that ret I;*. If my Cn rio faith and mjtiul forbearance which prerailed I been able lo learn are thfS : advance, Gems. bigde. of700, which we buried ; but his loss, says }.u&rins Tondaji and n
6 A. M.
left and Col. hy by Sands
t. wide difference be. remembered that On Frid morning Mr. Morrison started lo on the right much larger the Co. MdsttP.4. n 1
.I U right,there is not such a our pcopli Be it : ry and our correspodent, was & .
among !
belong Xcwromr
t 1 .. l their fur the ur. spirit and wisdom of our ancestors refused J to his wile and daughter home.- The daughter Lieut. CadwaJadtr's howitzer after the battle. The in front r Morxim,Wr tan
cm'nenta e Ibank.ther The
Pillow. enemy trop P. }f.
of ed Friday by 7. Closet To
.: banity and frankness and and worry the South upon a subject i is young woman about thirty-five :er to commanded by :, those outside daji, J
4 : \ urs n
} I ..' hare no doubt that e\ent will jrt force us into peculiarv! itown. A different spirit and fooling age rather sample creature and considfn opened his heavy batteries from Smith's Coutrrl brigade by Santa Anna. The two 6-pounders ofWashincton's day.and Friday at 9. P. M. t

!,". ,:,, that union they s iv already exi ts but which now pervades the North and North \West by the neighbors a insane. Mr I "ori"on and! the advancing tropsofGfn. These- battery taken on the field of 33-: We deem it proper to state that Mr. i

t : I am s blind as not to see. Slick to your and fifteen years hare: witnessed on their parta has from htrbillho been subject to spasmodic engaged! the enemy's infantry.hour sustainedthe Buena Vista I, the Mexicans, were recaptured MAXWELL one of the democratic; candidate 4- r

t :t. doctrine, gentlemen namely, to rote for not continuous warfare against oar rights and spell:*. ()" the afternoon in question two brigades for more than one ,. of in this fort. LeRi Iatore. has been confined to his (o H.
: and institution this war. "he was taken with of one these spells, and fire of 22 pieces of artillery, most to San Angel.He .-' toon g(o(*
.1 man who is tforougUv heartily g opposed our They hS'f waged The enemy were pursued l last cevk or ten day'. by were inditpcrit. /
Il .1.: lo the Wilmnl Irotis and the difference fare with all the relentless fury Hf a foreign! Iwingon the tloor, under the influence of the heavy calibre. They were finally compelled in killed endeavored to make a stand at every pint hare heard siso that Mr. PATBICK \ !
loss SMITH
I between the defensive Saran Morrison, beat to retire, alter sustaining a severe take aioth*
.. t between us wi difference f! e-while we have acted solely in fi'. her step daughter, bad ordered -they were finally compelled to one of oar candidate*, i i. detained at home
: tweedledum twecdledee. ard implored! our brethren to let us rem.iin h-r on the had with a fire shovel until, it i is and wounded. h'n. Pillow in Chumbasco. At San Angel Gen. Pillow We (o tfc

l> .<. !t ,; is "ilh'rcal reluctance that I hare seen upon the nmt footing and condition in supposed she killed her, and then threw her (;Jen. Pierce's brigade tn the support of Col. assumed the command, and when the troops same these gentlemen reavm mention thi, that the friend*o I
I while may appriwd Of, I
t .. : the sentiments of A Democrat Yet,"-because which we I begin to li'f together as a nation. into the fire and kept pilling on the f cnnli litY.t this stage oflhe proceedings armed at Culican, shortly after. Gen. Scott failare to visit the b hecan, of t tkm :'

: that mth has asked be M alone she burned her almost to ashes there raging, the enemy appeared on ofthe whole. The nrio ttio; o be '
.' if I am not misaken. cmmlJic- The only to ou batte assumed the command position before the election, .

':. ...... tion is from a gentleman whocharacter and this q'I:(ti'l, and yet this reasonable request in" hones enough 1 lett of ih* body to fill a quart : the 1t11 If this fort of: Coutreras with force, and of invent 12-i iI i now occupied by the enemy (Chumba-s- lion why all our friend aD* ihoold? ? impoltan increase eoMWe:
I oflhe of KnsaHo, a iWr
"' l. talent* are highly respected. I am mortified has l been totally disregarded. We are such matur. I village of co) was a very strong one, and ilj being the itv. ati ,

: .. to find a gentleman whose experience and op. idiots! or such demons or such flagicious sinners The step daughter, slier consumating the 000 men, under the immediate command last stand the enemy could make in defence

: port'jnities ought to hare shown him the utter as to disusl/ from knowing our own and tragic act burning the mother, Santa Anna.The oftbe he fought with desperation for America Art V.1

.. :. fallacy of relying upon any party at the interest ncc they kindly offer to do it carefully scrubbed the floor to ohiterlf the loth Inranlf" undi r Col. Morgan, more capital h\o hours, before the works were P. A. HATW4mo Honorary Sr.tt fo

.'. North for justice on this s1.fe. Much of for u*. Here i is to be found tho /rue. Joulion.. traces of tlo and made her escape ihe was then by ft How to the sup. carried. Our loss at this point was over 1000 tiet!, at Tallahassee,ha received (O the tuUeribm thS
> i what he says touching the abandonment of of a'l our difficulties on the subject of slavery : woods.Mr. port Smith's and Riey's B'igades.i men. Several pieces of artillery, and two of last year the splendid engraving of"Sir WAITI
t .. I answered-and I which Whititkera brother of Mrs. Morrison, this time Gen. came upon the ground, Gen. Rincon *
1 principle, hate already the spirit and feeling prevailed among Son stand colors were captured ; RALEIGH parting with his Wife on tbe ooniegof

.- have only to say for myself that I hare never our revolutionary ance'tors, has fallen beforethe visited the hou'r on Saturday morning and bringing with General Shiel's brigade with 104 officers, and, upwards of 1100 non bi is Etecat ion." The engrat iogi for the pmeal
:. jet rlnquishe my principles nor do I expect spirit of aboiitionUm. A few years ago found it deserted, but there beil g a very dis. of\luntters, which was commissioned- and privates surrendered will 5 be 'THE JOLLY FLT BAATMA. .*" % 4 111
: .
.. .. l influence nencf nc that -l!i .nut.. ilio a. ..f tho forces un.l.r Gen. CaJwaladcr. ofcer -n
erer to so. am a firtnlr! and unalterably ti><. pr". <. ii J vi4L ui j -.i'; ;. agreeable stispited[ ij p.it as prisoners ITie Mexican loss ST.IL." which will b more than worth thcmb.
q l attached to my hrst cre as in the days of : it, lu'c\cr. has grown to he apow i right, and immediately commrnenced a search I j jof Gen. Ttvi-rgs a night approached in this engagement is said to be 5000 in killed scription price of $3. to become a taeotber
but much bound to men who erful with its 40l,00 or 500,000 mem- the prorni es. On examining the tir.place, finding it from the nature ofthe 0 t"
my )youth ; party: Ii j jj impsihf and wounded, and out of a force of 30,000men Society. Besides thi*. there will
: r 4 '.. profess to be the expounders of this cltI.t .- ben and is now tho master spirit in all the j from whence the ImUlfc.J..I j hr ti co\'. [ !ground, to 'l back to there were but 6000 men left,the balance hundred and fitly splendid b to mote Una OM
how that the Wil- When this first ered number of and the i .the poit'on; occupied Gen. Scott, and passed pio.i" b
You, sir, have,attempted. to Northem! Sate: party ap. : jam I' by being killed, wounded, prisoners or totally dis. of by lottery,for which each h- d.p
.' mot Pr\is was dcfea'ed in soo faith by proicbsl I Congr. the l'rncrltic; potty}' of! spotted orerwith Mooel Several oflhe neigh.hrrs the night elpcf.t to the inclemency of Last mfr l.ec.
persed. a splendid painting of visa
.., -. Northern democrats and to ther we ought their own section of the country resisted them, 1! were called s'arted in pursuit {.f}. the weather. and the howitzer --- year river. drawn O lh M-

I to look for fur help. Well, leT us look an.l stool! I up for the C.n .;!ttioii. and aided I i the sep :\ hler.' who was arrested a ftw [ battery being disabled and our left advancing WIT WE BATTLE FOR aware was by GOT. rOt1 wariB

"ba : calmly into history oflhe Prm'is-, and lee us.in tjc: pa%*ag* .,t f Pintnc! )**, Patton's Ath- I inks from the t-rene of tho tragedy ly ; lio c/ nfe on a road ;previously prepared by the enemy, The Democratic party has always contended from the one to two i is hundred dollar Te food n
by Society to the
I '. what ie proof will! make of it. There tra* ; (rn"I"lu".n.: outions! ; :.1 ofliich t I !sed the atrocious murder, and assigned asher j I 1 here by exposing our infantry to a dtstnctin'frl for a certain set of principles-well defined apprrriale encouragement

a lime when Northern D rortwer our I h:'.* hen repealed l I.y the totes c, both pir- ;; reason for doing so that her father s'ep :{ as they)' approached McGruder's and and understoo. We claim they are foun. of American artist*: and their work, .purchased.

I friends against abolitionism-the evidence is tic of ih- North. They have united! not onlyi i mother and hp.!elf could! not =!ree, and "bethought howitzer Intteries were ordered by Gen. ded upon trth, justice, and equality. Theyare yearly ditribtr among the members of the Society

I .. abundant and to he fouu-J in Conzre sional i i upon rescinJing thvfe resolutions: hut IIJK II the best thin? she could do was to Smith to open, to attract the attention oflhe are unchangeable a the laws nf the { I by lot. The object of the institution i i a "t.rioic .

I : proceedings : 0: votes taken ujwi Pinckney's the WSlnijt;! pro\i iso, with; rar exceptions and : bur her up.t She also! confessed the manner ,II ..nllwhie he made a movement to the Persians, and a salutary a they are immu one, and highly deserves encouragement-.

resolutions, upon Paiton's, upon Asherton's vjrtu: ..Iy! j rocl-iin: to the 5?.,uih; ro-i are no i in which she consummated ihe act. I II iI' right, to try one of the enemy's flanks. table. Persons suSynbing between this and the 13th of

,.. upon Johnson's and upon a thousand other ![ longer o-ir cyuil* ; silvery ,lr ll be restricted I Coroner Richari'gon vas sent to hold an in. After passing over the broken and irregularsurface ".e contend- for- a simple- form, and an e- October, will receive the en n\ing((this year.

4' .f.:: votes of a similar: charcter. Hat tim is I I to craiu: limit, and bcyon.1 that none of von ;j quest on the rein tins, and ihe jury, after hear. ground, and crossing the deep ratines I conomic-il administration (government, con- ((0- We hardly deem it necessary" to notice

paue hey have receded 1 from their eleva !hat go. Let the Wilmot protiso pass and \ ing the testimony of a number of witnesses, re- he succeeded in reaching the village fined within strict constitutional limits and anonymous correspondent of M-lh

: Ian and they two bare joined the Northern .) can then deny the jurisdiction of Con. lured fur verdict that" Ieceased came to her I of Ensaldo. Gen. Smith being the ranking I. affording, in their operation, equal protection rni"r. w ho signs himsc If" \mrinno.-prachicol Hot.w.

Whigs in this unholy crusade of degrading gre t mer the whole question slarcry ? If i death from violence at the hands of her stepdaughter officer Gen. Cadwalader reported to him and encouragement to every r legitimate calling will simply] say that be stumbles' precisely where

an barrassing ibe South. To the law this legi-l.iture can constitutionally restrict sla- ; Sarah Morrison,"and authorised the with four regiments of Gpn. Piow's division. I and to every honeitcitizen. We con I editor 1 the Sentinel fell,nam ]y-by thinking uut tb

'. and testimony, and let that decide : Mr. very to certain metes and bounds, it can with 1 coroner to tike the murderess in custody. Col. Riley's brigade bad! croed ravine, tend for a faithful discharge of all our olig.I the Bank 0 of England only! cw own covttry

I p : Wilmot, a democrat from Pennsylvania, introduced the Mxm" propriety extend, alter or change : He brought her to this city and lodged her in I II I and pasted towards Coutreras after a strong i tions, for an unsullied otate' faith, 10 its resorts to the* i1Jf oar whig neighbor

: this firebrand into the House of Representatives tht'l bound*, to the East, West t, North, or I jail on Sunday morning. ]I Ii I body of the enemy, which ho drove oft": The j I constitutional submission to the Fedorl goteminent. -, appropriately forms Kf.its .demands for

; ; and it passed that House by a vote South. TliU Proviso i is but a series of other i j Mrs. Morrison, the deceased!, was a sister ;; enemy was now drawn up into line, above the j i;, The rights guaranteed to the rates very of interest. be can hew that its measures.i\f

I of 5:to 80-some half dozen dtmorall from wrong and injtiiies to follow its consummation ', of Dr. Whitaker, of Allegheny City, and is :: tillage, on the right ofthe fort. This was a I I' States we hold sacred and inviolate, and deny are not alike injaritns J, to English trade,then)he will
the North and North West voting in the negatire -and U put forth as a feeler to try South. sid to hare been : woman of mild and gen- :; strong position oftbe enemy. the right ofthe Federal government to legislate ; I disprove what is asserted by English papers'sad w.

.' while the large body of them voted in eru sC1II imrnt. Submission! to this iniquity' tie disposition, when not under the influence i I Gen.Smith now ordered Gen.Cadwalader'sforce I within these limits. We are in favor ofa enter the lists and combat for oar position.

the affirmative. Mr. Preston King, of New will embolden parties to ruin tile S-uth, a'! of ihe spasmodic spells to which shn was sub.ject. :I to h drawn' up on the outer edge of the sound currency, founded upon a specie basis, I I coarse may of the Bank of England has not now carrie.T

York, another democrat, renewed this Proviso ready, and oliedicnt? victims to the omnipotence| I Her untimely and tragical death i is regretted :; rilhjie, facing the enemy's heavy force on the ,; and are opposed to the ill-defined, vague anduncontrollable I
ced of the of such institution ia
at the last cession of Congress, and it finally of Con re s. .\nr hence! if there he any 1: :,nd"mourned t, a large circle of reh- : left oflhe I fort. After making the proper. disposition !' financial schemes.! olbf Feder-i i I I this ns country, bat inexpediency it ha an
) materially tttengtkneitich
.. passed the House a shaped by Mr. Hamlin, of rule! in,the law that t-e'oIltinns! do I not go. tires and friends of his forces, Gen. fcmith now determined i,. al party, because they swindle the honest son i belief bel>ef Jon very entertained
Maine, another democrat, with about the same backward, they will i in ucceon: aboli"h s'arery i --- lo attack the right, with CO'j! of toil, anJ build up an aristocracy offictitiouswealth I ; u B
We betterargictents
at this want no
enemy us
number of northern democrats voting in the in the Distiict of Columbia: prohibit the ; 10 Kill.-.1 Riley on the left. on I 1 controlled by a few, worse in its influences misrepresents pint.
Affair.-Attempt :
three democrats another and Islrcs.ing of tho former returned i iu echelon, but I I against a Balk Ihe.Unite Sate Ih
negath'e.FIese prominent salt of..rafrmn one State to right I than monarchy itself! We proclaim
Thrilling ?.-Yesterday morning a scene I I can drawn f-otn the of the Bank of Eaj-
frm prominent Statfs seemed to be anxious finally declare tiiireril: PtnancipHlion. Mark took in before the movement could be completed unalterable opposition to any connexion between b example
of intense excitement place Fayette land. has the of
,:" to share the.glory of this proceeding. But it the pro te.tin steps of thk nt i.alavery move- ; street, a few doors above North street, beingthe. I 1 I night approached-the enemy's line couldnot I the government and banks. a I similar shown institution as to furnish great danger us with a reljiog circulating -
was defeated in the Senate by five democrats movement from its commencement to this bo seen therefore the order was countermanded We all exclusive grants and privileges upon
af- oppose
: hitherto rfa distressing : -
: truly medium,tot there can be DO doubt that its recent
whom you name. So far all right ; but why time, aleltl1 me if uch i it not its hi.Mory ;- 1 fair.sequel The principal to the transactionis I Gen. Cadwalader resuming his position to Corporations of any kind-to all exclusive

not give the whole (facts why not tell us what a 8 nr t,11 gradual and certain approach to : Mr.-Potts, late party of the firm (;Pomery on the outer sido of the village. Col. legislation-lo any discrimination in coarse ruin was ,adopted and the in order to ease has i' /f.ipmd1g srevnusion

,' were the declarations of these Senators accompanying the final extinguishment of our institutions, 5 & Potts, wine and spirit merchants, of llano- Riley's Brigade was formed in a long lane f.yorof any particular interest. We contend consequence which hare b
in trade the effects of
.. 4 : their votes T If I am not misinformed far a the government can do it. Our owndivisions vcr street, who soma time since boarded, with inside and parallel to the viage. the Rifles against the creation of a National debt, when D jrt

b : some, if not all oflhese Senators, openly o r want of.union among ourselves his family, at the Exchange Hotel, kept by on his left, and the 3 church erer it can be avoided, against everythinglike ben fall seen or felt.

.; proclaimed their approval of Ihe principle it hare encouraged and fostered this feeling,- Mr. David this time, in consequence I yard. .But now, says our correspndpnt the assumption of Slate debts by the Fed. The "FrD Patriot"

I '.: \ contained, and said it was right in itself but and surely it is lime for us to *pak a one people of some Dorey.t temporary pecuniary disabilirmroMrjsiPwas i ** imagine the ,position of_this I eral fjorernraenL. U.f..frn acraini i V. ... ..>-. gotten cpprincipally
e.. :. the and occasion made it inexpedient.a. .- and convince the North js pr.n impolitic ana of Churchand by the and
wbolt.sule g.Derou.hnrt.dDen
tim '! JedToTrelTeveihaf. his artillery or cavalry, while the in front State restriction
llm.n.1 1.. *. ..U I *.... far have happi.ness ; against any of the freedom of and intended
\ So to
) subject. w c I cy Apalacbicola continue duringthe
: uponthis :i. bad been forever blasted in the of and on the left had 19,000 troops,(those in the ofapeech ofthe and
cyuponthissulecttheficn. or press, against aninttrference
ed lake united action and I < person \ Legislate in that
lo any pre cr to fort said to the best in Mexico with 22piecesofartillery present cnyu. County.
and some half-dozen in the House against lone, peculiarly the guardian of his honor.j .- h ,) in matters of regard T
alors do it of roscence.Ve reasons fcr its establishment well forth in
by a course means, so to are set
nearly the whole in Congress, and the peaceful a j Upon his release and return to the hotel, he I and among his troops about the virtue and the intelligence the I
I party save us from the of a violent dis opening -dJrH the Public,one extract only fron
: 7000 : evident that decisive
\ I
became satisfied in his mind that such cavalry. some i the of
.. S. almost unanimous voice of eleven! Slate Leg. union. No or ins'itution! however i own I\\a people a only safeguar. a republican which we have room to male this e k-
islatures, approving and the Wilmotproviso system was the fact, and a seperation ensued, his wife, I action had be taken ; that some great I, government, and and perpetuate .
endorsing strongly based right, can stand unhurt a I .It is well known that, while of
upon a
i great
effort had
be made and Gen. Smith
who is fine and the to ; and them universal pri
all woman of education
I this mass of testimony to be series of attacks unless : remaikably we support a system interest to this community is
... disregarded: because, forsooth, you can show constant The South his ,exhaus'ed they her are orcli.re mother of four children: returning to her friends ,i Col. Riley, seconded as they were, were just common to all, and exclusive to none, is but one eewspaper-cne organ approchZ.thue lh pJt

I five Northern Senators and half a dozen Rep. pulsed. in Wheeling, Va., with two ofthe children :!: the men compctent.to the task, and an attack and an equality of rights and privileges, beliereing of any kind-in which opinion of any kind a ex
det.'nce-and it
n'ans: his left her
rescntatives voting with the South ? or are we nary !; we believe, and the other two being sent to :., on the main work was determined upon, and that: an educated peope! enjoying the pre whether good or bad,upon queti.orb
weaker than when !ho forced This
into the
t \3t thc of Mr. Potti. resident in Philadel. ,: the movement to lake place! at 3 o'clock of the immunities will look the result imporance. newspaper
to conclude that every body else in the National content, whie! our adrer.iries have pained parents: I! same to same rection and control of Mr. Davis, one rf the candidates
Ii Congress, and in these eleven State the I I phia. I following morn'ng.; We are opposed to all sectional sentiments, lor the ofc of SenatorfetJhu county,at
strength in ratio rf los*. \nd th
Legislatures are Northern whigs sating and our yet, I I The anguish of mind under which the unI ',I The force of Gen. Smith was not strong e. regarding the interests of all the State as identical ensuing er There i.jHfc power, ,

: ,' excepting these fire and n ? Surely you consider the passage: of this Proriso will !I fortunate husband labored, produced such a deI !, nough tocarry the enemy's works and at the and the union of the States a of more while acknowledging the rigaj pbot b cOt
: hfJ not ruin us. The (It r this Proviso will other than To a
passage I that he made : same lime to hold possession ofthe village : value than all else besides. We attach disadvantageous
you would not hare us to such a con. inrritalltrctult I pre&sion ofspirits' soon crwards no any one individual,whatever his talents ,
in submission r.n the : of integrity
elusion and part his life unsuccessful but fortune favors the brave ; for while he to the accident of birth but
yet such is the legitimate result of the South, or dissolution! of the Fnlon-and I.i| an attempt upon own ; in I importance on to.prs. .
your prof It seems to me to b prepos. look either ruinous. Tl.fi '| this and recovering from the wound, his resentment was preparing for (the attack, Gen. Shields J the contrary, invite to our shores the friendsof the conductors of this paper haTe assumed
S. upon a security of became reported his near approach with: the South freedom of faith and from ,leads them to make some remark on the
., D is labor lost upon me least, to :i directed in another channel, i I II erery every
I our lives and safety of our would mental and moral rf Mr.Davis to wield this
property of Carolina and New York Volunteers. Gen. I unftnes
adduce of the unsoundness of Nor. and afterwards Mr. Dorse of clime.
", : any proof absolute necessity forbid our people from a I I son : meeting ) I tremendous power ; they approach it with the
them this question. I fully admit rhi ion and the Exchange, he states that ho warned Shields, though outranking Gen. Smith, hat Such are some of the principles of the earnest feehnzs reluctance which every man ourbt
F whiglupn ." as degrading as ruinous I would '
,. all say topic lo be true, and I am believe that ; I'II that one or the other would have to die the too much magnanimity to assume the command Democratic party, and for theirjeslablishment: to have in speaking-of the infirmities of talent tbvr
the would
i*: :<. sorry to see you, with all your knowledge still as Boon sun never shine next time they met. Yesterday that meeting'! or to pluck (the bright laurels about (to the republicans of this country have battled frail humlnit!. Many persons believe that Mr. D.
upon the earth again, as to believe the I yi. think success in his attempt
deluding yourself and others, with a false roo the South extinguished forever. This spirit) or I I took place. Mr. Dorsey l eing on his way to I be gathered by a brother soldier in carry ever since the formation of the government volvo mot almost every consideration present that make even

.1 liance upon democrats, in the face of the facts of quiet 8ubmi.siol is-impossible. What the the post-office when Mr. Potts came up to him, ing one of the enemy's strongholds, and accordingly Their virtue and efficacy have been well tried, life iteI desirable, and, therefore' ,that it wosld b
and told him his ho moved subject to the command and hue forth from to that be would admit into .
before us You must hare seen and felt the follow ? of to say prayers upon the j came the furnace of Federal preposterous expect
must -why, course, dissolution of
; A, degrading and insulting course of all parties at the Union with aU its train ofunnnmbered 3 and merit ifhe hadany to ay, lor he had but pa\'e-I i of Gen. Smith. Gen. Shield's brigade was persecution,like gold seven times refined paper one paragraph, sentence or ides,trading to

I the North toward the land of your birth- this awful | minutes lo liie. ) Dorsey attempted to then placed in the village of Ensaldo, to cut of Let us then rally around them to a man, and prevent tba success, or not fully embodying If thi. exclusive or ex!
t unseen calamities.' To prevent calamity rt-I pressing own opinion. -
'I and your blood must hare boiled under the and treat, when Mr. Potts drew a six-barrclled .the enemy's retreat from Coutreras to sustain them, a did our fathers when they; power were pecula liberality or even
to restore and
peace, tranquility I u moe
contemptuous sneers of some of these very the volver, and holding it with direct aim almost! i the reserve of the enemy in flank, if be should planted them in the wilderness and watered ration-if the community could feel a5ure 0
to ;is
rqua ity our once happy Republic, .
democrats to whom you even now look for ofm humble efibrts and I believe I close lo Mr. Dorsey's body, pulled rapidly! every I change his front. them with their blood ; now, they bare pinion not simply on par ., on principles
,: object unli of honor ethics, would admitted into' the
_:: great At 3 o'clock the morning ofthe 20tb the or b
,.. ) barrel, but without itbeing on with with
... such is yours, ] that of every man.- a single explosion, grown our growth, strengthened columns of the Commercial Adnrisr. there are
4 / You deny that the Wilmot proviso will pass i And I beg you lo reflect that by go passage afterwards ascertained that not one of movement commenced, which was 1 slow our strength, and made us second to no nation considerations,connected with our own condition -

: wish you had it in your power to furnish bet of the Proviso ruin must follow to the Ihem was capped. How this omission occurred that daybreak appeared before the head of under Heaven, in all the elements that const ti-! and that of our press, which would induce tb.J

,; ter proof of the correctness of your opinion.If .- under the Constitution systemof unknown. Mr. Polls declaring that they Cadwalader's brigade commenced ascending tute true greatness. Doing thus, it will be to bear with it,as many of them have borne with it,
estaUibh this be true slavery, a recognized I must have been removed without ; the ravine at the village of Ensaldo. As soon well with and and-our however much opposed to their political opinions.
to will
4 you can. opinion and ruin to the union of the United States. by some one us ours ; couctry But the illiberalityTand, in some intaDe indecen
.! yo i will earn the thanks of every Southern Shew me any more effectual and peaceable observation: prior to his leaving the bouse. a Col. Riley ascended the hill and came in remain forever, the Asylum of the oppressed, -offending alike its fritnd and its

I :; man, and entitle )yourself to the gratitude or means to arrest these calamities,and I am with As soon a the barrels had been pulled round, full vevoftbe enemy,they opened a severe fire the home of the exile! of every nation, and (the course during the last OprnDIs

_: :f' the whole country. I sincerely wish you mal you ; until then, pardon nre for believing Union Mr. Dorsey seized his assailant and a struggle on Riley's forces. aegis protection to all its citizens.-Pennsylranian. eludes. the possibility of such a hope. of
While candidate control)
i: be right, though I hate no loop to hang such of the South for the sake of the South,' u ensued, in the course of which the pistol was Our correspondent then continues Col. vast influential, then paper this-holds the h1"key the of the mapiiiicontaining a

a hope I cannot see byhat sort of thrown into the street. Mr. Polls succeeded Riley threw out his two advance divisions
i .
L upon. the only practicable modt short of a revolution. a General Scoft's Prediction. When Gen. the mental food the people and i is enabled -
t. 1 ": process fire member of the Senate, and probe OXE OF COXXITTEK. in getting Mr. Dorsey by the neckcloth and hkirmishers, and said, Now, by give them in to dqle it out in precisely o such quantities lo

: .; ably twice that number the House, can be P. S.-The Floridian TiE! oblige me by violently twisting it in his fingers, had nearly hell-close- in with them, the bayonet Sot 'Ta ibis city, on his way to the seat qualities I'may snit bit thoughts, sentiment .n
.. '. ; ; considered of more icriglU that ten times that this article .wi Democrat Yet" strangled him, when the bystanders interferedand do its work,' and his command rushed war, was frequently interrogated by curious ojetthe other candidate* have n organ thrcBgh
his and Tcice be heard, in
to But can
; t number in Congress, backe by eleven State appeared publishing in that paper.a sepcrated the parlies. In a short time af. down the slope with a ,'cl and enthusiasm I the old persons General a plans designs.close slate of things constitutes alike even the a "bipTis i

_"A i Legislatures. 1 leave you the difficult task terwards Mr.I Dorsev went to_ the._ inoVe's_ chamber __. un. enough lo strike terror the heart of the was generally a as an forms the apology for establishing the% 11(11.
J J'., of reconciling this overwhelming evidence againtt of Trade..-The Journal of Commerco of(lie city court'mupl: procured bench warrant boldest, while the rear of his command moved oyster. There was, however, one purpose obis sheet which we have called the lYantlfn Fahi4t.-
n.an which he made effort conceal and
: position, and subsequent events in the few words against Mr.I Potts for the assault, who was steadily! forward as if they were all made of no to The paper is ehb1-ht by the ,pecuniary cc a--
your explains following
I that his determination he in the
..: 'i shall demonsrate you to he right, and myself fallacy in regard to trade, which obtains even 3 in a few minutes alerwani arrested thereup. one piece. The Sappers and Miners ant was the, 1st of to I shall Capital dictate tiibution of respectable citizens if the county cf

I ':- wrong.. I shall hail it AS the harbinger of re. yet in the discussions of f sonia of the economists, on by Mr. we Un'frhmJ' deputy Rifle regiment, which bad been thrown acrossa by them September.in their the 1st tl political part it*," and i-. filled with .tU."rir-
to ,
i- '.-" :: turning justice and good faith. You contend on the, necessity: nf ihe exports and imports sherilI and conducted lo jail. Of course in ravine intervening between Ibe one they peace 1847." The Capital old General on is ten and well-tempered irlicles. P. C. KAI-*, A.T-

I .,: that the passage of the Wilmot proviso will balancing each other. The Boston merchants Itat'nt a the above, we give only the I passed up, and under the brow of the slop September, it" close but believehe EE and S. BuE Esjs., Publishing Com

":;A Iu ruin us because .we shall still hare the hare shipped in the last three months, 13,. Mjpeificial, facts relating to Ibo occurrence. I I which Col. Riley came down, from that psi. certainly redeem shaving his very jYcsc wo Orleans mittee."THE.

A ,.; same meant and arms to protect ourselves, 390( Ions of ice, costing nothing. The booksofihe We can neither vouch for nor allege the (tioa; poured in I fire which swept in wi promise.- of
FLORIDA WHIG is the a paper
:.; ?'" which we hue now and always hare had." Custom House, when the proceeds of grounds of suspicion upon which Mr. Pots Col. Riley's column ; then inclining towardstheir name .

t 1 True, the same means and arms wl, remain his icn are brought LICk, will show so much bas acted. The affiir i is 1 m.) melancholy left,joined in the attack ofthe out- Birth Exraordinary.-Tbe lady of Mr. recently commenced in Maiann.,Jackson fo ntytFlorida

L 1'1'; with us, and the right to use our de- jalanep the We a car. one throughout, I ho family being utterly broken Bi'doofthe left flank ofthe fort. (trop Henry Gosling, restaurateur of Nassau st., the frt number of which has been JnI1.I
against country. export school is
i'. I fence is equally true. Whatcrer else of wrong which cot nothing, and import in up and involved in despair, and the phren- walader followed Ihe route taken by Col. Ri. last Sunday morning became the mother of her'ircntyfottrth is, I its name indicates of the Whig
pay. i is bsd-
.. t and aggression the Wilmot party may inflict go For doing such things, zy oflhe husband ripening< at last to an attempt ley, and as soon as his troops were formed, child. In consequence of the politic*. Theapecimensent us,however, M
mont cargoolvalue.
: a at deliberate increase of his family Mr. G. has been ly printed, and so illegible that we no scarcely) M-
i ; .! upon the abused South, they cannot deprive and bringing back more than bomicide.-Ballimre Sun, Sep. on to his support. The first brigade, com
,4, !. : .1 us of the right to nnd to this complexion carried generally was accused and conviced i temba. which was bringing up the rear, had been ordered pled.to move. up town_where the city is at cipher its contents, but the editor apologise for
4 fgh last 13trde to follow the but while less densely populated. The Legisla- this by stating a disappointment in proe n,f aka -
1 i", '. I fear it will unless there is a of impoierUhing nations. One would same route, i
*. more cordial unifa among our people. Your think that could have I I Singular.-Readers may remember thai was on its march by the right flank up lure of Maine, it will be recollected, recently very necessary appendage lo a printing office-and

4 ( ; i p estimate of ruin to the South rmy bo founded delusion any body el seen throughsuch come time ago, tho Mayor received from the ravine and nearly opposite the 1 ort, Gen.Smith gave 600 acres of land to a Mr. Drake for ) the adoption of a substitute which ."te! not anP"
our highly
A ., upon a very different l basis from mine.. I lay i race did f not see;through> it until some renpectablo fifteen Hon. Michael Stanton, Lr Mayor of Dublin ordered the brigade to face to the left and ad. public services in having augmented the num. I well al expected. From what we Ire enabled? lo

_i a.c down as an undeniable proposition, that a letter thanks from Corporation of thai vance in line lo attack Ibo enemy's force in her of inhabitants in that State by nineteen.Mr. read, we jud e the !Wtg will }prove a rHPfcrtbleand -.
; ; ; lear ago. for the of 85000 made flank this .and Mrs.Gosling entitled to talented sheet. Lrvro Co., Fobliihers
passage of this Prouso "i involve ruin to the --'-- city, gift by this city to movement was executed in less are certainly a .

South whether i me.u peaceable tubmitsion( %lr. grocer}man," aid a tolerably dressed lie suffering poor of Ireland! which letter waf time than it takes me to write it-they met tbp larger donation for their larger contribution -T. B. Ai.rxANx, E.q.. Editor. Subscription

; .. forcible ""Ul4I and the one or the other rmxlu the other day on entering a store in published in ihe city papers. Yesterday mom- enemy outside of the fort just as Col. Riley's ists.-[iV. r.: Pa.DejliiGent price$per annum in advance.

_; 1rrn roust inevitably follow. Let us examine \hih there were IP\'trl customers have ing a respec'able lady, a tenant of the May. brigade rushed into it-the enemy was com. man : A man with a Federal

this proposition and test it by a brief reference you any flesh corned pork ?1" *' Ye, ma'am." or', called upon him to ss j that letter and com- pletely routed and commenced a precipitate ; fashionable! clothes for Vermont Elutt.- democracy in if

to the past and present time*. Hare you er. .. How nuch: is this sugar H pound I" One I pare the signature with lliut of one she had retreat-their cavalry and infantry had been which the tailor suffers ; all ruffle and no shirt ; Vermont have given the Whigs a tmb1. fright,

: cr investigated the &difference feeling hilling, m"m.' '. Let me hare," she con. received some two years since from her brother formed to receive the charge, but were com.elled a cane ; a long.nine in his mouth ; his brains they have not entirely overcome them. The Bain-

I i .. I in union and equality which existed o among all inued, lowering her voice. M half a pint of gin, in Dublin. Each was fac simile of the > to give ,way to the bayonet-tho rout missing ; and a long bill for drinks" at the more.. PattieS,good whig authority .I i.

3 the Stales in the earlier da)s of our Republic, and charge it a sugar on the book." other, and the lady bad ihesatisfaction: \&most complete, and the victory mos deci. avern. L1: A female, shaped something choica The Governor final resnlt appears to]b that The there Lejpslatur D

F ; and that teeing which now prevails T Hare knowing \\\tit\ her brother from whom she ded ; but while Riley's brigade took like a t, very small in the middle:: ; of is whi in both branches by the.people., the Senate riHcon t ci

:1 not Jo the adoption oft the Govern A knave may gain more than an honest had heard but once in try eight years, bad ion of(he work, and planted their pus large dimensions elsexthere ; to be found anywhere 1" ,and 13 democratic members, and thert.-.

: meat O Doid many ,-er afterwards, the un. nan (>r a day, but &1 honcU man will gain risen to the high and honors b'r Cation of Lord if, the other force continued the pursuit down except at home ; and with natural at. a small! whig majority in the AuembTy.kgainnlltown'.l. .'

r ;:;z; ion of i hew United Suites was real and hona lie inriit f in a ",a. Mayor of Du.nn.r. Cour. I the road. The retreating force had to pass fa' s-nowhere. m rt ( tL.I

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r-,.. .eren_ an* the Sentinel. ....e th sounds of mourning. P.idan ia their .IT* Mere Territory." "- ;Thr'* a ware % every Jnatkrt-* ribbon NEW FANCY GOODS .NEW ,BOOKS*-- '---,;. : ;

Oar whir neighbor the SentiMt. it tNt incr..(1nv \hide. were pausing rapidly by-the sun was of a When a (e weeks since, we were commentingupon or every customer." f'iYd per Brig Ann Eliza from New"York :

Indeed..e may as well call luing* by their sickly hue,the stench of the(layl corpse seemed the proceeding of the Madison Meeting and S. F. BURNEV JUS new works: < '

ot. names "d "J be i. too H**** IU nIl to be,in every breeze. I "a which ,eemednot said that the proposed onion of parlies" upon the "Tom, said a girl to her lft.bur "you juit received per Brig Henry Bock, and Q Prescoti's Ctmq es. of Mexico, 3d volume, : 1 i

Jot::pcr believe that a genuine Whig would nuke any fo belong to the living but only to the 'dyingand subject of the Wilmot Proviso would result in giving hut been paying your distresses lo me long HAS oferiD for sale, a enera assortment 0 of Jer. 3d 1.
I Notes the North West I
enough, it is time ; were making known in wi Territory.
..Kknowledfrnenffsvorable ttt the operation of a the dead. i ascendency to the wbigs became they would op o Fancy G consisting part the Parables .

democratic measure. A nun must be drunk or The whole number of interments from the 15th the acquisition of territory. and thus strike at your contentions? so .not to keep me in cx.pense Superior blk French Satio-Italian! printed Cashmere Lardner's n Lectures,two, volumes ,I
pe Rich Foclar Silks. Shawls
*../.-he ays.. that will do this. Well.neighbor.thiBy July to the 10th inst, according to the Bulletin of very root of the Proviso, thereby uniting all the any longer. Rich plaid Ombre Silks, i'Rich emd French Cloth How its Home.of the Torts. two volume*. f .:

wording to your taste but we assure you that the llth, were fn.m. wings of their party in every section of the country, Bad habits are cagier conquered to-dy than Mosaic! plaid Silks, Twilled Shawls T e O'iol ol Horace OeneralV.,by Hradly.Washington bv Headly.. 2 voj

there are some whig who hate dared to be honeit. Yellow Fef -r. 1S97 besides having the democratic union" men of the to.nrrov. I Tariton Silk Cashmere. :Black l'ubmer Shawls Men, VVcsarn hI Bb. by Lenin Hunt.. :eels, t !

and in the face of threatened excommunication hav Other dia!'. 13-J4 3291 South to support them; we did not expect to S( --- -- --" -- --- --- - -- Printe Barege, 'Rich boos Sgured. bonnet Rb Topper Philosophy t
In Lafayette the number of deaths for the same the BARBACUE Cabmere. / Life of Mrs. Godolphin.Lmpriere' .
this of the whiz so soon proclaimed a
dared to make' acknowledgements. policy Rich em'd Victoria robes.>Inside outside FlowerRichneedlewnrkedChemfJd :
lie asks where we obtained the extract from the period from Yellow Fever were 316 ; from other rallying cry of the party. The whi? vote ia the Senate A. Fre s Barbacue will! b given to the CA Mourning 0 paid Gingizelttf Anthon's Classiest. Dictionary.5' '- i

New York Esprit ackno*lodging the ability ocur diseases 255, making a total of 371, and in the two last winter on MR. BERRIX' resolutions again DIDATKS for the Legislature from Leon Coun- ; ham. Cooper's Virgil i .

sufficient for cities from Yellow Fever, 2213. territory was a sufficient indication Mourning Collar!. iDo. do.Cashmeres, PJayfair's Euclid.Anthon's .
tariff to provide revenue acquiring more the "
present ty. by Greys at Pisgah, on Lisle Headdresses :Rich Paris striped do.
The epidemic has been since the 10 h of Annabasi,
raging the only one whig
and of their views
the expenses of the Government strongly expresses on .ubjft. October Silk Frings, ;Satin stripe blk Barege.
SATCHDAV, 2d. A cordial invitationis French Reader. .
a doubt a> to its genuineness.; For hit par. July. that being the date on which the first deaths voting against them ; but we did not suppose the Ladies' beaver kid rloYe!. de Lind. Ulwln'Znmpt's Latin Grammar. ,
were reported. The Com. Bulletin of its i issue. extended to nil the Legislative candidates, Long white Polka Clove/Embroidered Canton ,
ticvlar information we will inform him. It was sajs Imgrtt" time had quite come to make this a party I Andrew's Stojard'.Latin Grammar .

taken from one of the letters of the*N: Y. correspondent : seems that ''f were mistaken. Those who are in ",11 are expected to be present, a also to the Zephyr ria Hoods Royal, and toCrape Shawl,. Surtnne* an Prucu'linf Dictionary..

t-nion-"bich, .The mortality from other deascs hal been unusually in the whig are giving out their citizens of the The \"eiati. Greek Testaments,
of the Washington correspondent high quarters panty surrounding country. Plaid Wool and Napier {Satin Amaz'D CashmeirShawls .
to be the accomplished cd- large, in the city during this peri.o. a there : plan of operation and this issue i i. to be their ark he $jParis Silk Brocade, Miniatun Lexicon,
u thought by many has been a great deal of typhus, ship and congestive strictest order will observed by the Gr Y$. Scott's Infantry Taclics. three volumes.
itor of the Democratic Review. That the admission fever prevailing. I is estimated by those w ho have of safety-their pillar of li h to guide them to uc- September 23. IS 1;. Ombre Sradila Shawl\" Spotted. and figured Lao-. The .Barred Harp

vat made our'cotemporary need longer hesitate to good opportunity( judging, that the average mortality t'f.. .No more territory" u proclaimed from the mourning cloth Shawls, silk CII.r t tisane Ginghams The O Mercer's Cluster ,
believe. The Express and the Union's correspondent does not exceed fifteen I per cent of those that _' 'i.nal1tltlI nU,to be tW true, strong and - --- ()-.-BITUARY.- - -. -- :Do. embroiJered do. Large Red Blanket Ha.list Harmony, Zion's S.te'.
are attacked-this would give about 15.0< } a* the LAW BOOKS '
had little ,riousixiatters available ground of the whi; party. Whii papersall Plaid Merino ShawL. Carpttting and Rues, ;
have not a controversy on have had diseases this to in, New Orleans on Tuesday morninc.tlie Itth .
number who up
"an. There Black Silk Laces Steel Beads CUps. Holcotnb's Leading C .*es Commercial Liw.
and extract would be made if i is to, through the Union have taken the cue. it instant Yellow Bon upon
no pretended the prevent time. Where promptly"attended of Fever Mr. l.OTT S. WILDER.armrJ' Flides and Fancy Alpaca, plain and Smith's Mercantile Law.
under the of his subject and medical\ aid called in. it IS'ht'lit\'t the but one whisper of di sent. The i*ue may b considered T."eI. coJorel
:- him very no e opponent on no proper; ( his:city aged about 23 years. ficiired. Ladie' Children' Shoes of all styles. NOVELS :
whatever. The letter was dated, if we are not deaths do not exceed five per cent or one I twenty.delI so made up, and parties have now ti) arrange I The death of this young gentleman w communicated wirl. numerous other articles the whole canstitu r
Great number have however,fallen victim. to a a St. Giles and! St. James, ol.le1f.The
tin ,
f much mistaken for the it hasf themselves to meet it. to of citizens in letter from Mr. N. a v ry choice and extensive assortment .
t very ( paper containing of 24 hours, or to imprudence or premature exposure one our a Tallahassee Monk's Revenge,
September 1Sit. 10
f been mislaid) the 1st of September,and the extrac or exertion, after they were considered con Viewed a a mere party movement this policy WILLIAMSON, now of New Orleans, but for a longtime Pi'1uill Aliag ;.

I .was from the Express of the same mornin*. Thu valescent." may be a very wise oneI, promulgation now will a citizen of this place, dated on the morning of Gds for Wear. R'Jltl. V

much by way of clearing ourselves from the insinuation The same papers report the death from the prevailing explain why whig papf in the South have said so tlC decease of Mr. WrLDcn. The melancholy intelligence B Black Gentemen'Broadcloth,_ Fancy)" Te 2 Wood parts. :

I of seeking to gain a little telat for a rnrasur epidemic of RIC.U.D HENRY WILDE w(1 little about the Proviso. In :few short words they sent a thrill of regret through the huts CH-imera. Sattinets, Kentucky Jeans. Rich Satin Joseph Rubhrok. Lighton. ;

f which is most triumphantly vindicating itself, b! known the country as a gentleman of eminent abilities. have denounced, and shown that they were right of all his acquaintances. I Ha was well known among YttinJ", Silk Vele Veting. Rich Satin Sil- Cietlnd. T.nre.Gwynne 2 voln. a
publishing pretended acknowledgements from the He had been lately elected professor of on Ihe subject, but they have not seriously concerned MS as a young manofgreat promi e.of amiable manners tinjs. Fancy Colored Satin Cravats.general a Ellen Monroe, 2 volumes,
assortment gentlemen's
and Shoe.
I And in return will trouble our Law in the I.ui"ian college. themselves about The reason is now evident. Dotnbey Daughter, Kit's Relation (
now we and He
opposition. it incorruptible honwly. washy profession Hats and Caps ; also a large stock of ready mae The youth of Shak pe
neighbor to give tu a little infotmation for we con Depends upon CODthl tlY. They look forward to a policy which would avoid a ,practical Printer, having served his apprenticeship clothing*t received and for sale by Sbakapeare and his!Friends ae.

fees ourselves totally in the dark as to the point upon We observe a statement going the circuit of the raising the question of the Proviso. They turn (this in the office of the Florida Sentinel. He S. F. BURNEY. The Secret Passion, Lawyer's Da: >ghte .

which we ask for light. We a>k him to extrac democratic paper*, (.t the of the States, difficult point like Scott turning Penon, and lake is said t.' have wt hi; death. with ralnines and rom- --September----25, 1..7. 10 Also the following:
Ioitiol Past and Present, by Carhle.3""h. J
from or point to, free trade papers' which manifest touching the eltt'tiof of iu the House of f an attack upon the main ground behind it. Why VP J pOlre.hd n:fully aware furm.ny hour of approachj: j I Negro Clothing- Six on ,lIve me of the Lnosr

no little consternation at the probability that Rt"rrentli\.s. should there h a failure to choose the question when this wa their intention ? Yet, inz dissolution. Hid death will l he dtell\ru-iiiined i PIECES Kerseys 50 do. Plains, 20 d( Lin A LtlrC Milch Cows by Johi S. Skinner. .'

the revenue even under all the adventitious aids of by the people. W,published the table (urlth'e. they sling low, that democrats. \\ hose policy i is: lar i hy his numerous friends here and r.diden. (of ho 8eys,51 bales Lowell Onab rgsr Virginia do.. The Boys Summer Book, and assortment (f
the fiscal Jnr.ill fall off as compared with different might exa !! their sectional differences b.ll 4-4 5 do. 7-8 Domestic. 5do. 3- Blank Books,just received and for ale bY
present hut the matter did not occur to our minds until it the last?" Will the editor of the Sentinel gratify;: and thus the way for the triumph ol him for his and will : d10 ., Negro 5 cases Negro shoes. 11YW.UU.
was ton late to make the correction. We now do so. prepare loved :\'irtue lang cherish his wool hats and caps. Just received and for sale b September 1?. IS 17. V :
and the in this ? Will he be have looked loe the ; __
us country particular Among the States which are set downs certain to whiegery. They on plod memory. S. HUR EY.'pler.her .

kind enough to mention Dnt' free trade" pal'| c \ote for a MJiig President, FLORIDA stands con breach widening between. Northern and Southern I ;, 1S47.- 10' I Leon Male and Fenlale Acade

which has kept itelfso poorly advised of the operation | spicuous. She is thus 1laCfd. we Irtiume. because democrats, and have said amons; themselves, .wit &: A CAMP MEETING at Antioch, near the TALLAIIASSEE.FLORIDA. .

of the present tariff Tins is all stuff-mer ol the unfortunate election of the Whig candidate for till t his quarrel has grown to its worst I then we will residence of Thomas J.rdil Es-"] Hamilton county Hardware.BRITANNIA resmrril

dust raised to blind the I't'Ople''iion.. The editor Congress last But we inform the that step in with a rod of power which will ensure our will commence on the "-I h of Ottol>er. I Coffee BrilanniaTeaand Cof THE exercises ofth.inatitntion will be
year. country do. do. Lamps FireFenI" the first Monday in October.
of the Sentinel knows of no such paper-no free the vote of Florida for a U"hg depend upon a con- success." At one strong heave they \'il throw- M. WHIT SMITH, Suj'.riiiteiiderst.: with brass kDbs.Candletck.Fire Docs, Shove Rev. WILLIAM NEIL, A. M., Pitnerj-al t. the

tnde" paper has manifested such consternation tingency which we feel pretty sure will never happen side territory, proviso and all, that they may have (:5- Sentinel please copy. I and Tons., Blacksmith's Bellows and Tools,Carpenter Male Scltool. .,

I And why ? Simply because the Revenue of1/epre. lI'-it-the iT/'cfora/voteol the State rUt b the glory of making a whig President. Out of this rjo- religious Notice.-The Florida Haj.tist; Association *Tool?, and other Hardware of every description School.Mrs. ELIZA A. NEIL Principal of the .'trrl. ,
Ju f received and for sale S.
,e5t3COrALREAVY EXCEEDS THAT OF THE LAST cast for the whig candidate or he will not receive disagreement of democrats, they mean to make their i j will huld its next annual meeting at the I September 25. IS 17. by 10 The Principals have associated with them I.

YEA !'! Why should they manifest concern ? The the vote of her Representative Mr. CABELL isple.fred political fortune. i| Indian Springs Church on fit'ccokie. on Saturday Mr. JOHN BGALBRAITH.. As-istant Teacher
by which tee can account for their con attend thi movement ; Rifles and Col. B. DECORCE.Teacher of the FreichLan
only way to vote in no other way as the following What success may we wii' the Olh of October ne\t. Accommodations. will beprseri.fed ShotGu.ASSORTED JOHN -
sternition," i if our neighbor's assertion be true, il by But that trick of sizes and ,jost .
: extract from his last Circular to the people of Florida not pretend to say a mere for all visiting friends. qualities prices rr .Mrs. H. H.BROW Teacher ol f Muc.In .
imputing to them ignorance of the working of to elevate to for sale by S. F. BURNEY.September :
designed a i
; gross unequi'oaly shows : a movement party --= = --- :------ 25. 10 these Schools be taophl the wual branch*9
the tariff-and we are not sure but that our cotem. .I have been surprised to hear a doubt power, shall succeed against the wishes of the people -I (:i:1: WE are authorized Iu announce JCS.SC ATj 1 of a Classical Mathematical. English cdustints.

porary has laid himself liable to the same charge. 1 It as to the manner in which Ilhal".te. i if cnpresst we might say against the fixed tentimmt of I j KINSON as a candidate for Justice of the Peace of Willow and Wooden Ware. In the Female School. Latin Frenta. and Music

he had consulted the files of reliable papers he ould Conjress.in the event of eletion President of t the people. that Mexico must indemnify us with j I t tie 2d Justices District, Leon county),at the election TNFANTS Carriases,do.Chairs Cedar Tubs,brass will be onsifre extrat the charge cf the respective -

have seen the official statement of the Secretary of States Mott devolving tmqvcttionolly on the House 1 dial of rote r.rre.entati'es. for- territory we cannot believe. And it is an exceedingly -j in October next. L bound Fails, well Buckets Sga Boilers, Scrub Should tecberJ.the number of pupils increase ,fff.cientlv -

the Treasury dated July 1G, H.a7.oCthe; receipts for that candidate for whom the electoral vote of the mortifying thing to see, that even among Bronu>4. Hearth Brushes, &, &c.a general assort- justify it, further competent adJil .assistance .
cJi:1CoL: S. SISLE will serve County Commissioner went, just received and lor
eight months and afraction, under the tariff lS4f, State may be cut in 1S4SI- I would hold a representative politicians, mete party considerations shall determine S a byS.. F. will be procured. k
basely recreant to his trust who would actotherwiseand I i elected. nURE. Terms, &c.. u usual.Tallahassee :
amounting to $20,013.2S6, being an mt their course a to a great measure in which September 2 10
constituents and defeat ; 151. IS, 1S47. 9 **
misrepresent September
the receipts for the same period under the whig ta- the honor of the country is deeply Yet, WE are authorized to announce Col. ALFRED _
their wij in a matter o(such moment. roncre. r Election for Major.AN -
riffof 1S12 of$1.oo'.25.J. Or he could have taken the success of the whig party in l*>-lj i is the raOJ, A. FISHER a a candidate roue-eletion to the office New *j
This Address is publi"ht in the Florida Sentinel Election will be held on Saturday, the J mb Fou.Da
the receipts for the three quarters of the year end of the llth Augu, IS.Ja.and ri-t"sfrom the editor avowed for this no-territory policy. The inquiry is of Sheriff of Leon county, at the ensuing election in day of October at the several muster BARRELS and .. .

ing June 30, lSl7, which would include a quarter of his warmest commendations. Mr. pledge is I Iapprorf'd not made whether it i* right that Mexico should indemnify I I October next. grounds of companies nex A. G and H, comprising Just received_ and for sale by *.

those under the operation of his favorite measure and of him C.I I us in any other way than with territory blltl -- (the Second BattalionSixth Regiment. Florida Militia Sept- IS. 1517.- 9 LLOYD &FLAGG.
by WE authorized
ff-: are and tu
them with those in the months of July ttbeurrofr republicanground. is whether the requested announce for the election of a Major ol said Battalion, to --
consolidating of moment ,
the sole matter whig party !
S it will be een whig column must be I I SILAS D. ALLEN as a candidate for County Com- fill Ihi vacancy. occasioned. bv. the decease or the late Fresh Groceries.
and Augs at the tingle port of New York he shorn of Florida, at least until the first Mondayin can succeed on this i iue.: Believing it can, but minsior for Leon county, at the election in .October Major- Thomas J. Latham.- The -several company- HERRINGS Shad Mackerel.

hle had an aggregate of revenue for the October, 1S4S-and then only in the event that more by democratic dissensions than by any inher- I next. (..fceri act as inspectors in their respective SCALED Water Cracker. -

three quarters of tb year endin; June SO. and for their candidate-shall be clearly shown to be the people's ent strength in this: measure they determine to rely bals. in case of non-atendance. the | Crushed, Powdered. Laf. and P. U. Sugars.

the two subsequent months at a single port f26.,- upon its virtue and power. I 55-:: JOHN S. SIEPP.\RD. Esq., "-il serve a Sergeant or Clerk of companies. Returns | Linseed, Whale and Oil.
choice event make bold
-an "hit'b. we to say must be made forthwith lo the undersigned.Pulls .- Currants and Ra 233,412-and if this.sum was likely to produce"con- is a long way (f in the future. While looking thus to merely party pro.peCl,what i! County Commissioner if elected. to open at 10 o'cock. A. M., and close at 4- Stewart's Double myrna Refined Syrup, .

sternation" in him, be might add the $YG2OOC due is to become of the honor the country ? The whips I OOWE: arc authorized and requested to announce o'cok. P. M. do. Candi,

June 3d). lS471on goods in bond, and the sum woulc Augmentation of Gen. Scott' Force do not tell us. They are to much absorbed, in their I I CHARLES C. ASH a candidate for County Com- S. S. SIBLEY Pickles, &.Ju t received and for sale by

then have swelled to 26.995.442, a cash already The N. O. Picayune of the 6th instant containsthe 'I party hopes to think of this matter. Questions of I II missioner for Leon County.a at the ensuing election in September 23,1547.Col. Comd'g. 6th 10 Regiment, Fa. M. Sept. 15. 9 LLOYD &FL. G.

received, principally under the (operation of the ta order of Gen. TAILOR dated the 16thlgU5. I suCh importance mut be left alone till a more op- October: next. Fall and Winter

riff"of 1546-a tariff which according to Senator directing the march of the Ohio Indiana, Massachusetts portland time. The honor of the country postponed I Gd.
RECEIVED from New Henry
i Brig
EVASS, of Maine-the great whig financier-wouk and 13th Regiments of infantry (to the latter to the interest of party Was ever such shamef,1clndurt (3: '. WE are authorized and requested to announce 5)TUST Buck a large assortment cf Y&rk. by

not produce $: >.O revenue! To get at the of which Capt. CLARKE and Lieut. R. S HAYWARD known before ? Mexico may have WILLIAM C. LESTER a a candidate for Tax Assessor l SfAFLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. .

truth of the matter then that a comparison mightbe of our own State are attached) and Col. HaJ s' Regiment ed our citizens ; she may have butchered phldr'l I and Collector for Leon County at the electionin i VEGETABLE PILLS[ rocerie1, hardware J Wwvl and Warf.

bad bl..en the two measures, he could take the of Texan horse, for the Bravos, from thenceto our own soil, and we may have been put to a large October next. Rope and Bagging, I I Nails and Irn.ts \ViO.

$26,712,667 collected under the whig tariff for the proceed to Vera Cruz for the augmentation of Gen. expense of blood and treasure to redress these wrongs; j I t-: We are authorized to announce FLETCHER T HE following certificate is from the Rev. John and Shoes, | Sugar Boilers, &.c. &c.
IS.6.and subtract the same from the amount Scott's column. Brigadier Generals Lane and Cushing Harrinirtou Sumler Dist. S. C : For sale bv
year .et. all thought ol thi miiit give to a policy by "
: way WHITAKER a a candidate for Tax Assessor and JUNE 5th 1517. LLOYD FLAGG.
1S4B. 15.
received tot of the under the have been detached in command of these Sept. & I
a part present year, Regiments. which a ii to be raised lo power'f! must
party i Collector for Leon County. at the ensuing election I hereby certify that I have used Spencei's Pill
democratic tariff of IMG, and he would find a difference Company B of the 4th artillery, (Captain I remain silent and yield our only chance for indemnity I I in October next. during the last aOI present ,yean, and find them to Negro Kerseys.

of$252,775 favor of the act 0/1S4G Dut Peas' light battery,) i is to accompany Gen. Cushing.A lest the success of a party should be endangered I answer the purposes as stated by the proprietor viz: I f\ CASES KERSEYSJ2 do Linsevs..

that oar opponent nayhave the figures and the facts .correspondent of the N. O. .National thus sum i i This is to bad, and we trust the whig* will : {;:}- WE are a'llborizt lo announce DANIEL I to ac(in small doses) a a mild and ready aperien 1\J Just received, and for sale by

before him.we here insert them : up the troops remaining between Jri Island and have better erse and more patrioti than to to- MclHENY, EI. a a candidate for re-election a, to the be system-to without remove or pain prevent or ricknesn.coti'eneuma Of the Sep.lSl54.9__ LLOYD &FLAGG

Receipts for three quarters ending June Huena Vista, and assigns them as fellows : sort to such a strait. We hope they ,-i at 1 lea-t, i: Clerk of the Circuit Court of Leon County at the many remfie re'uirt.have made use of during a period of

3''). t5.7. at all the ports, gyO.fiC5.107 Distribution pffare on the line of the Rio Grande, make some effort to show wherein their country in election in October next. I thirty years aficlion. I believe them the mildest and Blankets.
Due from in bond, same date. ,.j2.O] ) after the departure of the force now under march I most efecuol NEGRO BLANKETS.
Receipts at go.port of New York for ing order*for 1'cia Cruz : in the wrong in order to justify their abandonment fr::>- WE are authorized to announce WILLIAM: I _JOHV_u.. H.\.RRtvrrnvSumtir .n. .. 400 50 pairs bed Blankets (assorted )

the months Hb' and August 1 47. 5,555.3-35 Brazes Island, 1 company hat artillery, in of our only available claim against Mexico. They I C. CAMPBELL Esq. a a candidate for Clerk of the Ditrit. S. C. Just in store and for sale bv .
must either do this or abandon their other- Leon the October Sep. 18. LLOYD FLACG.
Point Isabel I company 4th artillery, Hr.i position Circuit Court of County at ensuing 157. 1 &
Total. >(,905,442 port Brown 1 company 2d itilery. 93 wise I they act inconsistently or disgracefully. !i election. KEHSH.CW.DIST., S. C., June 2d, 1S4G.- _

Receipts for 1S4C. under the act of'.:, 2G.iI2a.-; Malamorrs, (companies Ilh infantry ', That we are entitled to indemnity, and that the *, In January, 1844., from wet and exposure, I tool Boots and Shoes. .
I 1 of mounted volunteeis, WE autuoiized NICHOLAS a severe colt. which resulted in a hint fever, accompanied -
Difference in favor ol the act of'H, $ 22T7; Tamareo: & 12 companies-:of 101 h infantry :l I people will demand indemnity and thai territory j 1 N.{g-BRANCH are candidate to announce for Tax Assessor and by a severe cough and painful headache. _9 pr CASE RCSE RO.NS.u dl. .
as a
Would' rich a dtmonttralion this cause the :i of dragoon, 1 of 4th artillery, 1 of I mus b taken a the only indemnity our enemy can | election. These continued to increase in seventy for about two 2 eases French C,)Boots
Leon the
Collector for
a at
,-oluuten. 1,13-1 give is not doubted by us or any democrat. And j county Octbr weeks I much so that my friends considered me. I case Water proof do '
(re trade papers to manifest no little con.terna- muuII'f i and I. believed I was, in a critical and 1
> companies IGth infantry 4U3 when all this shall be do doubt where i myself very 100 pair ladies French Kid Slippers,
seen we not I 93WE are authorized Iu announce J\
tion at the that IE state. At the end of this
probability the revenue even under Monterey. C companies 16th infantry GU4 w'l dangerous time I sent for Gents ladies Calf Shoes.
all we shall find Southern on I the Proviso question. j SHERWOOD a candidate for Tax Assewor and procured two Boxes of Spencer's Pills," and &
adventitious aids of the present fiscal year, Camp near Monterey, :companies 3d artillery. \'big a Ladies Walking Shoes and Gaiters
will fall off compared with that of the last ?"_ 2 If 2d dragoons 1 mOln'f volunteers, 413 They are a lound on it as democrats. As Collector for Leon county, at the October election. tile[\. t day of their use I began to experience relief Just received and for sale by
Nonsense Buenj. Vista, Saltillo, &.C., companies 2.1 PI one voice the whole South will reject any thing i I ami) before_ had taken one _lor, my fever was Sep. 15, 1S17. LLOYD FLAGO. .
Mr. Sentinel; do not impute to the "(ree ffy-: \\ hare: authorized loanlouJceJAlEWILLIS gone ; cough bad ceased, and head-acne entirely cur- &

trade papers" such absurd stupidity. II you are determined Total number of troops :.Jf;, short of the Missouri Compromise.< The whips of I a" a candidate for the oflice of County Commissioner ed. I was soon found and tool 1 then said andI Brown Goods.
to slick it out" in the face rucli the North are more firmly united against uj than the till bhev., that by the blessing of God, they were
overwhelming at the election in October jiexl.fjtf t.
I County democrats. any hope is to come from that quarter .t the means of saving my le.In looking over the tf\
don't seek others with I -- --- --- --------
FACTS tolug along attached to 13th i is with ILl 2 do. Brown
Regiment hi. directions
afterwards I
command, were Driings.
and we think there i much,it will com*from de WE are authorized to THOMAS I : they reommendt
alnont'a do. 3-4
you to help you ot. Misery loves company we and probably now in Vera Cruz. fo Ihe cure (.( Dyspepsia, with whicb.my : Sirtin ,
know mocrats. The signs of the times are auspicious We DAKNARD. a a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor had been"afflicted for time. I do. .
-but you oust confine yourself to your own daughter a long re- -
ranks in do no not fear that our country w ill dishonored by and Collector, at the election in October next. her to make trial of them, and she did I' 2 do. 5-4 Sheeting.,
searching for it. Do not t'rot the Rubicon, Well Done, Kentuck'lThe b _._ c.umendt 3 do. Sedley Shirting.Just .
continued ( the Pills alone
the of the issue do use o was
success no-territory ,
lest defeat and discomfiture await )( B honest official vote'of the recent Congressional election nor we f.a 33- WE are authorized la annouace HUGIR. perfectly and I think permanently cured. re i"r and for sale by
that the Wilmot Proviso will be thrust
imitate the Eu'-clltge" the ability of in Kentucky. exhibits a DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY upon (the CHER a a candidate for Tax .Assessor and Collector < Fresh supply) of the above valuable medicine Sept. 15. 1547. LLOYD &FLAGG.

the present trif to provide sufficient revenue for OF follows South. Against both measures we believe the cause at the ensuing election in October next. ree\'e in Tallahassee and for sale bv _
SE\'FXTEE! I : justice and constitution will and in _._ LEWIS AMES. of the Supreme
the triumph ------ -- -- -- ---- & Reps Cou
of the You dare not
epnle Gvernment. Whig. Dem. .' lite. d.moratl. North and South, we have an abiding fjO WE arc authoiized to announce JAMES L. September 25, 1S47.. 10 2t completing \01.1. fOW .
propose repeal, and a you will be obliged live let Congressional District 4,194 7,421 faith that they will ultimately do HART a a candidate for Tax Assessor and Collector -- --- i > and may be had at the Bock Store of p. A. Hay-
coder U. for ameea. to come at least, do it justice 2d do. do. 5.059 GOi' right thoughsome New ward and at the Floridian i These Reports are
of them be for CnUnlt the election in October next. Fou.1D Ofre.
-honest, impartial justice. Your rt"adt'f will 3d do. do. :,01, : 1 straying now. -- Lon ------ --_. ----- BBLS. NEW FLOUR city mills, for f the years 1S4G. and *7. onn a volume ..( near
aeitht con.ide you drunk or mad" if you make 4th do. do. 6.17 5.7'J| ------- 93WE are authorized and requested \announce 10 Illinois, 550 octavo pages. Price $2 50 per No.-ca.sFs. :
5th do. do. C.77U 0,01! Death of We hal-blls.
Hopping.- September II
Ge. are to 1547. 8
I.ainc lear I JOHN DAFFIN candidate for Tax Assessor 2 Bacon Sides
t an acknowledgement they may place you Cth do. do. 6.3U3 5,307 a! a CJfr
from the Matamoras correspondent of the Delta that
in this category if persist in being wilfully blind. 7th do. do. G.7G3 6.4S7Slh I and Collector, at the election in October next.fjtf 1" Shoulders just received per Tallahassee Received
do. do. Brig. Gen. HOPPING died at :.feir. on the 1st instant on consignment by J. R. FORTUNE.Sep. Jut ,
At all events,whet her we are gratified in this particular 4.34-s 3,037 3,143 Iriend WILLIAM II. IS 1-117. PER BRIG .1MY
THE of ANDREWSrespectfully 9 EUZ.1.
<*th do. do. 6,11; 6,473 after a long and painful illness. .which he bore i :
or no, we bop our neighbor ,-i' give us the 10th do di. 7,4tH 7,372 with Chri.tial fortitude and meekness." announce him a a suitable candidate 100\ OEJNCESQUININE.
names of the trade manifest I Notice. 53 German .chu.S'ayn"'s .
IJrshich fur the office < f Sheriff of Jefferson County, Fla.. at
such consternation" lest fall 5924'J 59.20'i The Matamoras the election in October next, believing that SIX months after date I shall present my final ac- Syrup of Wild Cherry.
no one
&hal 'laof the
03 ult.
25th few
mentions Also choice
t and vouchers to the Hon. Judte of Probate a Regalia SEGMS! ,
blow that of the cf IS42 in ii, receipts the | resent Democratic majority 17 vote, and this in the largest he office than he WHtrrtM
if I
the following gallant act l performed by General more deserving or more worthy in and for the County of Jefferson and soot* (lP. and Minerva 8raos. LEWIS UJE
!'ea. : vote ever ca.t in the State-being 8.475 more LANE : the sudlrage of the voters of Jef uon. discharge a.Administrator of the-' t t1b September. 1547. 8 .

P. S Since writing the luo\.e. Liter d.tt horn ban in 1S44. When XVhiggery falters in Kentucky I Retaken.-The report which was noticed in lastWednesday's May 15,13-n. MANY VOTERS Grant ham, late of said county,deceased. For Rent
New YorV state the at the custom-house ind Rhode .- -, - -- WILLIAM GORMAN. ,
receipts for Island who will not have hope for the paper of the taking of sonic thirty or -- -- -- --- ---
the first week in September to b f.O.S-7. ezclu- Republic' forty pack mule beyond Cerralvo, ly a party ofMexicans Notice. Monticello. September 15, lS47.- Cm rpim! STORE now occupied by U. B. Jc D. tV.PS. .
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Las Possession first November.
is The attack given
lire of goods sent to increase of --- conflmed. was made be-
wae.ho1. an tween Ramos ,and npHE tax-payers county are hereby notified LEWIS AMES.
we regret to learn thata &
913,392 over the amount collected fo the correlpn. Imr)Triumphant Iu Main 1 clerk of Mr. Taniver of this city by the i$f _L that I will attend at the Couil House in the city Adverisement September 11,1547. S

ding week in 184G. There can be uo dobt The mail of this (Friday) morning, brines intelli- Merchant was killed. Gen. Lane who wa lame pro of Tallahassee on Thursday, Frilly and 8lurdai.the HENRY ALLAN will re-open his school in this
revenue at this date EXCEED the receipts of the lute ;ence that the recent election in Maine has resulted ceeding to head-quarters in company with the escort 7th,8th and Vth i>f October hext. for ( purposeof on the first Monday in October. Public Land Sale.

) upwards of one million of J.lar! in a most triumphant manner (or the Democracy !- j immediately collected ten nlcn-bi..on among receiving their Their State attention and County i ia most faxes for the On the fcuhject of permanency candor requires him Uitrrxu STATES LAaDOryig5 -
the number-who volunteered their rertices and piesent year. respectfully rosty.that thesame affairs of business which brought Tallahassee, September 11. 1537. }
DANA is undoubtedly electe f Governor by the I made alter the olicited.wbiCh will enable me to make a
) robbrs The General, being an rid speedy him to Tallahassee in 1844 have brought him back I .
Ravage of the Yellow Fever. hereby given that in of in
pIe over Baonvoir, whig and the Congressional delegation backwoodsman soon I their settlement with the TreasurerA. now;-tair which he ran best attend to,and soon NOTICE pursuance
Wlltr.abut. from the icni
of the General
The New Orleans papers state there seems to b 'i.tand a.l"t year,viz: 6 democrats and and his party no sooner appeared to tht A. FISHER, Sherif and est get ; by residing here. But, while exerciinz Land under Cum in
than the latter vamosd,' leaving the tt officio Tax Collector Len County his right t') the only avocation for which Ofce. authority Ystt l.imbylLe5th
bo abatement of the dreadful which j is desolating 1 .ck-ruln pursue
scourge whig. The Journal of Commerce of the 17th ttion Act of 3d Ao-
says and al the booty which they had taken in the hands September 23, 1S47.- 1 tie i is at all fitted, it would give him pain to be the ConJf.approved
families: and rendering the Crescent City one of the result thus f.rIn townsDana's dem. -- -- l4tt, we shall at public tale,
S ( ) of Americans, who delivered the pioperly sateh mean of weakening or disturbing any of the existing gst. of.r
vast charnel house. The Southerner of the llth plurality over Bronson (whip) is 639. In {the same in Monterey. The' oods belonged to Mr. Taniver. Ban Flour and MackereL seminaries ronducle. I they all now are, by the following eighteenth described day of tracts Oclo of public.at land.this office

inst..say*_" 1e; Orleans may now be emphatically towns last year, plurality over Dana was TUST received per Schr.Tallahassee (rom New Or- highly irspectable competent teachers;-and he ted within the former reserve(>f .i'g&viz:

called Ihe. city of the dying and the dead.' It 1121. Dana's gin. 1760. The abolition vote, in Just it.-The Boston Pua hits off the proptd J len_, 1 cask II clear Sides, :' trusts that hi"DO, on one \"i grounds.For remove.his son from another Lots 2.3. 4 and .3.and the Sutbtt Eonrhatimic quarter cf
1 Shoulders,small size.for family me, aholto Seetion9T5Nfl7 W.
Kerned yesterday that a double gloom hung over us. the came .. was last year 3595 ; this year it is Federal nomination of Gen. Taylor for 10 bbls. St. Louis Hour convenience of those whose employmentsdebar Section
21. consisting of Lots
From g o'clock in the until down 2145. These are the of the their attendance at a dy school Mr. is Facion' ( I. 2 and
Boston A.
morning near sun figures Atlas Pnsidfnt.anc Senator Corwin for Vice Presi. 1 bbl. No. 2 Mackerel, (new.) 3,) R "W.,and Lots 6 and 7, of Section
fi eras were continually pawing to..and fro. In one There is no doubt of Dana's election by the people dent ( following pungent paragraph : For sale low lor cash by ready to open an evening class, as noon as five or 33. T 'N. R "W.
more studiously youths signify to him their
itan.we saw two hearses in one funeral train. Last year there bong no choice by the people, he There' a team fur jou-the antidote and ALFRED E. HOC, readiness to enler incine. THOS J. HOasON. Register.
Store under the Floridian Office.
T4y were the remains of Odd Fellows, and by Odd wu elected by the Legislature.Membert tbe bane done up in one package Taylor September 25, \847. 10 Tallahassee. September IS. 1847. 9 fit September JOHN. ARGYLE Beeeittr.

Fellows accompanied to the lrye It was an inter"tiag of Congrett Elected. for the patriots-Convin for the traitors Tay. 1. 8 St

, incident.. One had died in Common street 2 dstric-Aa W. H. Clapp. Dem. lor for the fighting boj -Corwin for the cow Gree. 6 New Buggies and Harnesses. To

th* other in Camp street, near Julia. The one (r. ro 4th" Frkln Clark Dem. bo)" who delight to give 'aid and comfort1 to o, 3 FINE LEATHER TOP BUGGIES with Harness Sug Mae.

Common street had started for his fat resting place CI pp'l plurality over the Whig candidate is 1200 or the enemy Taylor for the slave holders CAPE,Raisons, and Almond.ft 3 do. Busies (without tops) and Harness, SUGAR Sugar Cooler for. SEJMIES
forsale low
JOlt received and for the Store Dripprs. "
-0 the way the dead called unto the dead,' 400, and his majority over all, 400 or 500. The Corwin for the Abolitionists I Tnylor for the Pickets, Ketchup Pepper Sauce 15.16n. 9 J.cub R. FORTUNE a n be Tin Manufactory, They a, used to

ad tb first waited for the second, and together they Whig.confidently expected to elect Morse in the 4th fiee traders-Corwin for the monopolists, andmoneymongers Sr., and Patty Oil a, Window Glass Spt prevent its burning. Also, Dippers Skimmers, aid

borne The 5th and 6th disricts Taylor for the Lot Tin Coffee. Drainer The Drin are ma. different (rim
"e to the dark and silent tomb. Yester- district, but are Loa ad ; of last season. Those
dinpnled. Ibo on are nas4.
day was a have probably elected and hard money-Corwin for the Pouciiong and Black Tea BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE 1
gloomy day. The countenances of men are not corporators Imperia. 20 that they can he drawn after the sugar b ..
*>Ved grave, fiisnd passed friakd with an earnest I >emocrats. in which case the delegation will stand and rag barons Truly this ticket is worthy and choice variety of other articles, constituting a :do. Rio do. \ 'e .hal.aim. have Ihe Coppr DipP ellr. r

***, sad a in olrn t look. The high wiyg were sin theja"t C nrcss, 'i1: 1 Whir and /Demor the ingenuity of the cutest pedlar that ever IrA reseed large and for sale assortment by of Gro'ere.. just .re- 2 .llt d<.Laruira r :f'ivf i and for do.asIa bvScj examine the sugar them.Aeguat.1i.l'147.season. and beg u1 and

*>'*. thin .ullr dotcr-tcil. In almost rer'v street .ts." our goodly l city with a cart full of notion*.- September 25, l917. 10 >l. I 1. 1 1M7. \ I.OYD'3'LAGG. IS

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1"1t1 SHERWOOD'S DR. WOODSIFP'S filSEXTEBT( COSDI1L.VO U. S. MAIL LINE SANDgSASAPA-iiiw, E ; I-& I aTHI August TZEAPUaY 17. 1847..- By the President States.of the Uuit ea"IN

OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN the 2th day 01 October .
." ; ,' -1 NAGNETISED PLASTER. BUT OXI OF TiE BOWEL fFVT REMTDIES EVER DISCOVERED. IMPURE SATE OF TiE BLOOD II o'clock at nOon. for the purchase of the inlere of _
t .1 For Chronic Diseases of the Driats: and Limbs. OR the United States at law and in ruity. property -
.:, IURONICDISEASESeIthe'p WOODRUFFS DYSENTT-.RY CORDIAL TEM VIZ: hereinafter describedupon and con-
( !
;:Y.a .': cLvti1tpertropbymayin- for Durrhora. Dvsent' ry, Cholera Murbu, Scrofula or Xtng Evil, Mevmatinn, Obstinate ditioris mentioned below. to Wit:

....*' '., V'' variably[ be distinguished| by the Cholera Infcntum, and Summer C-mplal of Children FronV/Tallahassee to Macon.27irouh Cutaneous Eruptions,Pimples or Pustules on the i LANDS LYING IN THE STATE OF TEXA&ii

1 4.;' -i which is Face Blotches, Riles, Chronic Sore Eyes, RingWorm -
J produced by -
pain pressure hours from Tallahattee lo
b "Vjr II. n': IfMiard lute U. S. to Btl- il forty-tiro
Frees .VinutC Teller Scald Head EitTar and T
,. = on the gatqlions of the spi- .Uaco.and to Charleston in three days, o ,
in the intervertebral Ir. Pain of the Bones and Joints, $ Ulcers. :I : I
-i .
V( pe"c. in time lo take the Mail Boat on tu
na I) Dear Sir A few 0
"* Woodruff:-My :- days Sciatica and .
spaces along each side of the .\ortk thefossrls day. S.'P"ii Symptom, o Lumbago : .
I ; since I leceived the Cordial which you were good arising from injudicious use of Mercury : of the Act of
11' matter what Duece. an
spine no may Stage( will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, 2 '.5 pursuance
v. to send used (the article I do : Conpe..otiUt.
_1havebeengiyentothemaladyby enough uie Hating THE ..and Fridays at o'clock A. M., ,itcitrs or Dropsy, Epe.,Im/rdnn Description. &c.lS42. JL Act to establish a town at ,
; : valuable medi -
hesitate to it most
not a .
pronouote in Life. Frd
I.l. ,physiciansnosologists, or other Indeed, for such atiectioii of the bowels as and arrive Macon,(rta Qnincy,Rainbiidsre, Newton .f/o. CAoi Dc. ." ; approved on the 2d day of March l&EJ. I.
cine POLKPresident
,medical writers. The pain thus Albany and Perry on PillS preparation a comLintio hitherto un c the Unitt
: -meriu1 .
fjffl-r with the South I knowno Tu.aYf. Sat.o
we in
'5 do
;:" -"produced will be more or less .omciml ash l to Thursdays and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock. ., I. known in history of Medicine, differing entirely hereby declare and tba,
thing at it.
to the intensity llu.1| in its character and operations from the carious sale will be held at !the Land Office J
time for the cars for .Savannah Macon on at Tall
would hue
"i r. ; disease, its active or N> lr.od.Cut Slwr Jt. part o Luinl. Sarsapanlla which have in the State of Florida, the dirpWl *""'
\: >,;.4 r of or it ; th laid aside for ue when Moodavs, Wednewlav. and o'cok. A preparations ben Smue Swartwout,former own.S'76Marll mentioned lots ro rf .be 'B.
,4' ... I -! passive state at tbe time. PreureonthegangtiOfl5neit&0Te,- mav rfllim.e. Respect| lully.! M., and arriving in Tallahassee on TUNa. Thlrl- at different times offered to the public. I acts specifically in Ai ton of St Mark.
!; .--'-- ---. nt hENRY W. H1LLIARD. da5, and Sturdays. at l 10( o'clok. P. M This line upon the whole system, thereby brinJinl it Tract or land granted by the re- menciog On Monday, 4th day of October'S

I ;.. : the first cervical vertebras, indicated in the annexed connects I h.Ctntral Rail Road.Savannah,AuiriMa under its direct and immediate infuenc. public of Texas to y.. Bar- (0 wit : .

; engraving bv No. I I. determines tubercular disease of From BtnjainiH Gardner, Editor cf the "qut.' Millcdgeviilc! and Western Rail Road to Co- possessed of powerful healing efet., yet it is en- bee. whose attorney was Frost Lt nlmbre two, three, (or.six,seven,"- ht
I .y.. the Head and Brain Thr at,-EJe or Ears; on the i>ktrld, trn ltmbu Ga. I also connects with the Line tirely harmless,8 that it cannot injure the most del- Torn,situated at the forks 0rivr te. fourteen QUeen :
space No. 2, that of the fuIi. Joint or Limb Eiaula. from Quincy Chlahuhil. and Apa- icate constitution. When in perfect health, no effect Atoyia and Angelina; teen' ;' /"""JtweSJtEt
that of tbe Lun s on ,ANOTHER LIFE SAID THE CORDIAL, is produced by its use an increase of twenty-f,wentnx, .
I .! 'n the space No. 3. ; space lachicola. Passengers ran go from Tallahassee to except appetite which grant is more partinlrl" ; twentYs'tntweJll-i
I '. j No.4. that of the Stomach; on the space No 5. that Jlftcr Phyaidans "kil fi&Ifailtd lo btnjt.Dr. Columbus in three days, and but one night will be but when disease is seated in the frame, and described in a de made thirty tbirty.one. '. .thzrtyg lr.

:.. of the Liver, and at the letter A,that ot the Spleen ; Woodiuff:-Dear Sir--I take : spent on the road between Tallaho.->9e and Macon. carrying fast its victim along the path of life, then b1 Forf. Y'Barbos thirY"ls.thirty-eight.thu'.nln,. forty.( ,.
.:. on the space: No. (j, that cf the Small Intestines; on in ti..Mjin,; to.he efficacy' of your Djtunter Cordial The public rest assured that every attention will its mv stcnous influence is felt and si-en ; it enkindlesnew of June forty-t 'tw
; may ?
l. the spare No. '. that of the Kidneys; on the !pace (rom tt'tiR its ,virtues in my own family. Mrs. be paid to the comfort of those who may patronizethis life, and tior. and brings health and strength 23. 1534containing lOsitios. Acres.23llaborsor finy- ne.filty.to.nfty.foJfiry.rv/if.bf-?' ; f Y-
..j. No. S that of the Uterus; and on the space No. 9, Card icr \cas l I..t summer niu-t violently Line. to the suffering and diseased. t ty-eight.'Ixtytwo. I st.llre( / .,. fl-.ix...ixty..i"6fsixtyseven

," : that of theTe tes, &,C. with (that dis d"e,and alter all etiiintut ( alace" FARE: TRUTH is SI-KINOR THIN Ficrioi."-LET 57;; Aba one certificate of lands is- t4 !, at seiafy.toor, .

..i It is no m.te bother tenderness be fuund in one had lion baffled in its dYlrl lo remove the disease! }'romTallahas-'ee to Quin,<>250: to Cambridge, THE .'AC"SPEAK OR THEMSELVES,-The following sued bl John T. Mason, on sevenly-six' ; seventy-right,, ". sYet.fr. ,

p.,.I" : or more pla ej.or whether one or more of the organs or ad,Til relief and appreheiisitns"begs to be felt b) i ; to Alhaav.?II I.and lo Macon, $*!2. certificate is only another link in the great chainof behalf of the governor of Tu.a eighty-six, eighty-seven e i eighty, ,
S or limbs diseased. as the curative cess.under the mj",.ll that she would not survive much longer undo ; WRIGHT i. \\VVER, Proprietors. testimony to its merits. Let the afice read andcon'ince. and Coahuila dated June ty-one nine-two.Dinely-lx3-"J'1;. *1**'
: of remedies, proceeds in one and all of Ihe b? What it has done will do nine, one hunrt. one hundred '"T'7'
j' use thl l tlu. intense agony in which she was laboring, Bv JOHN M VARN. Aeent. ; 21.153-. fur aboutIS,000 ansi two. .
; i diseased orans and limbs at the same timt. To determine I I hat recourse to''lur invaluable Crdial. and before (1O-: Office at the Planter' lIntel' TallahssseeC.E.II.ILEY ; 57. I Alsooneotbercertificateofthesame dred and thrfe. one hundred ansI four. cue\ *

4 .' ; >.ity of these remedies, it is only I 5h L.d taken one bottle cf it, was ol-tamed; Agent; at Mai N.TI. S, in Quincy. CH.VRLESTOWM, Ma s., Sept. 23. 1S10. tenor aDd date of the a. and!ix.of hundrtand se'eflon5 hundred andeigh hundld,

"1' necessary to detect the ter derne s of the fanglia. in and alter taking two was entirely (urr. I feel ure July 17. 1 .n 52 This may certify that mv son, now \ hove. (or a like number ofS.0J one hundred ten.cnehundred and eleven* Debn-'
<;1 any of the intcne-rteoral spaces on either the that I a indebted to \\fur h" can use has beets for ten years afice with. the scrofulous Which laid lands dre.1 and twelve one hundred and Ionrtee,,ODe
; pine. These ictmtiies iiivsrubiy cure every' case thit. as vou may see proper. lit. Notce. humor.t the age of seven years he had the measles by Samuel Swah\ot wfreconte\e, dred and fften. one hundred and 5Xte .ODe hOI

t .' in the first stages of he disease,;and great majority Kiifiub.July I:, 1MO LXJ. GARDNER. months after afl.1 present mv accounts which probably caused this hunrer to make its appearance Young. late president ef I the dred and one hundred aDd nineteen 181 One .
vf those in the li.t, including tu'jcrcula consumption SIX in most his hundred and twenty one hundred and
.. 1 vouchers to the Hi-n." Jud/e of Probate in a singular way covering body Mount Savage Coal and Iron t.ent.t.o.I
and white sweHirgf; Incipient consumption is frequently Worms! Worm! Worms and for the County of Jef"r.n. and apply for a discharge f.ur his head to his feet with small tumors I con.nli Company. trust for the use one hundred an IwtnII.tbre. one Iaof
:0. detected by these symptoms, even before the .\ of the : ".l a Doctor of Medicine, and he examined him benefit of the twenty-four bundre and an
( WOODRUFPSORM SPECIFIC is safe "n"1 non estate Unitt Stale.hy
fur a with all the to'tbu
There is other remedy
cough commences. no DU three das in succession, and not understanding his following
of Everett White l Etc of said 01 the named
: deceased
Wouns. il.
-cicnt;! (lor Try As 101.lft
i. the diseaseis well} known to every phsician The t 1.1' he COtf'. Br.TTY.Monticrllo case,advised. me to consult Dr. Rogers,of New York, 31st day of December, 1"42. covered by the donation of ten acres. flde to
.. t the best and as tf'P I cheapest.CHRTJFIC
remedies arc petfet lly 1 safe for |nsol jll ages and good as a then resident of that Tallahassee Railroad Company viz th
a After and ncorded :
: : : \TF. A, conditions and require chan e of diet except that ; and examination, having than in forlY'IYn.lf-nine. sixty.( ,
: s. ( 10 I ceitify that I care Dr. Specific to a more thirty Liltr A E.No. D D. folio.l .tell-ne. lvenl
of a greater supply of lood For sale bv WOlhul's M. D. other medical him at the same time,, l h.19,and in land records seYnly-three. .
4' "1 MILI'Sn! I, chill of mine,and in a short away. 2"0 PAPY, (ntemen'ilh I ninety-four. ighll.f'e. ud
he pionouiced or King's Evil. The of ,
At the Post Olice, Fa. \'Ir p' JOSiPII: SHIPPEY.Mj m Aleany Count! :lrylnd. The offering of the abovementioned
child then
.:. Talahaue I County, Georgia b l'i.I LW9 I was prescribed for, commenced taking lots wifl b.
::. MavS.1517- -- -42 -----> -- --- -- I .cgec I' ILL Prctir in all It the Courts in the Middle medical dross!.from that time. He grew worse until LADS LYING. 1:THE SATE OF'FLORIA.Totl commenced order in which the day appointed,and p oe in tb.
V the June of 1'37. and then his bones became affected inconsequence lame they are adv ti .
I dt certify (that I .JminiIrH'i to a minJifrof Of( (on first floor of the Capitol wlh all
.. D. Dr. Wo'idrulPs! Worm Sccitic,and it brouijhj my ,South wing. room funierly occupied by theSecretarv of I he mercury that had been given him.A of Jacksonrille.fluent tount! convenient dispatch,until (Ihe whole shall been
Cnlil offered and Ihe
: .: : of the Ferntorv. puce ol bone came away from his under-jaw in 15-11. Lewis It. &c.. former ownen. salt thus clewed. But (the sale \
a* :1't worms ; am! in aim htr < as:', it cured one Drant.
: : I a\\ negro w..mtn nf Tfiita or Tape \Vtnn. oj November I;, 1SJ3. 17 the first plct. as large I an English walnut, a piece 87) Jan.26. Lot No. square No:2. not b kept open longer than two.rtb. and n rri-

1\VliteasiIIe.Ga. 1st';. JOHN) J. LI1TLE.i from his as largess a si xenc.and I piece ssO ( Half of lot No. 3, I vate entry to any lot will be admitted,until after the
I I IJ JOIIXATTORXKY EILSI(1N1. from near the crown of his head. It then scent to Containing together 157& fee by 1: expiration ol the two week
I the back and bide, and discharged in three places.t .- Given under ray hand, at the City of
I rritif; that 11 Dr. Spocitic to a Wubmglo.
'I I J "l bad ,W"ruf'l. .AT LAW ruin thence to one of Ins limbs, separating in consequence CONDITIONS. this twenly-first day of May, Anno mili.
yxho wa in .M brought
'. ; GREAT j um(1i.t'I rl b 5-Utttu>. Tie boy' soon recovered away (rtulnc, I'lorlda. of the ulceration, the muscles and cord 1. Each bid must be, for a separate numbr on theschedule thousand eight hundred and forty-seven 01

; 80 Bushels or 2 $, hi. health, ThOMAS BOYD. WILL attend the Ju.lice' Courts of Gad"den from the bones of the ankle joint on the back part.- ,&.c., for cash ; to be one of the By the President:

: 'I CoU!.* ', Gi. Januar 1i7.I the Circuit Court of Middle Furida. He had at one time fifteen running sores or issues following places to the credit ot the Solicitor of( the JAMB K. ,
; ) POLK
: Dr. Gordon's Fami I CO\ct and the Court in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. from the glansof the throat and those: plce I havementioned. I Treasury specifying on account cf what particular RICHARD M. YOUNG :

: 6 : f"HUE va't and : : ? For sale by Lewis. Ame<, Sole Agents Tal- Novembers?, 1S4i. IS tf In IStO, I lived in N. I!., number in tha. schedule of property it is deposited, Commissioner of the General Land Office.
:I : ala the ;: Sentinel copy. and he was attacked with a Rheumatic Fever, which to wit :
*. JL justly medicine, t'e; by iIlowniK : R Manning (
.. cures they are celebr.h.o daily in all portions of the I Le',ii Couniv ; James D. Beaid p. M, Miccosookie. settled in one of his hips which swelled a large as The United Slate Treasury at Washington, District In NOTICE.
I to Ihe
where etTtting. introduced, of Dsjiepsia. Leon Count ; S F. Burnev, Miccosookie Iw three of the other. Being under Medical treatment, of Columbia; t the Assistant Treasurer at Boston, pursuance provisions of the Act ot Con
country Liver they lne and Billions Diseases, Samuel Pulestoi, Druegist. Montictrllo; James lime;, !. .m they' gave him laudanum until he lost his reason. New York, Philadelphia, Chaileston, S. C New gress, approve 2d March, 1533, entitled .An Ad'I I
.. l COlplint. ILFK3 : Then I became alarmed and Orleans, and St. to elabhb at Florida"
''. with their well Sick Qiiincy: Joshua Djvioof Gad-".n County D. BaI sent for a Thomsoaian. Luis; St.lluk. the Reg. ,
kno\n lead.che. ; ister and Receiver
S. the undersigned atendlts to laKf arrangement I ker, P. and V.'in. Powers, Mer- DRUGS. MEDICINES: PAINTS, OIL. His medicine helped his hip, and resored his reason. The Collector o Customs at Buffalo, N. Y.. of Office at TaUahu.
.. ': kc. to induce *-tock direct horn the piopnelor, ch3.t. :1. Chlallolue.. Toilet Perfumery, 4e., Window Claw The third time he was attacked with this fevej in Balimore. MJ., Wilmington N. C., Savannah, Ga., .will be rruire.prior to(the day ol sale, certain
: red'e hi. : .rtrr when of( Dr. and Va. vlue improvements' which J
that r I Ibli, hearing Snd" Sarsaparilla, and Richmond ; any may )hue
and would to their iiumerous they Aui-i.t 1 II I, ISJ7. 4 .
,.j say to monlv: them wholesale cu"tmtr.and retail, at TERI' BRUSHES AND COLORS, being perfectJ'! satisfied that other medicines had Surveyors of the customs Nahie, Tenn., Cincinnati been mae" on the lots designated in Ihisproclama- I I
:. are nloue. : I Polka Slippers. Apothecaries' Glass Wane, Ac failed f cure, I sent and procured six bot Ohio; and tion,respectively,I and the purchaser at public sale

". I \ I pi ices.1HOMS M. Savannah. T ADIFSTme Polka Ladies' Kid 'HEabove constantly on hand and fur sale at thelowest tIes and by the time he had taken it all I consideredhim Receivers of public moneys at Little Rock, Ark., of any lot upon which there are inch improvement.
TCHXFR. ed I IJ Slilprs. Ties T' market rice.. well. Those places healed-he b.rame brightand Jeffersonville,lnd.Chicago. ,and Detroit Mich other than I the owner thereof, shall, in addition to
of he just recei v !
stock t
A Urge *e exclU't Chil.reu'l Shoes, received the to
( sum paid to the States ,
lively-color came to his face and lips-from igan. b tnite and hereby .
and for sale, at 2!cents i er bo\, with full directions. from New Orleans, and for sale bvBlRtllETT i is, required to to b. I
lime till the Fall of ISHllis 2. Each bid .t pay of
that mn with
and EDWARD We have received by late arrivals additional complaints never b accompanied a guaranty ne improve
liy L'IS & troubled him At that lime he in the form which ments,the value of them thus ascertained
became which given below must be certified and
,\ Fa.andon en'uiry will I A" 2-., 1S17 supplies of Ihuzs,Mcdtctnes and Chfmieahtv, deaf by a ; if
.S. be .IU.. all the towns and villages in the South I __ ',1 together with most of the popular patent remedies, continued until last March. when his right eye be a colecor. naval officer, marshal Unile States ds.tric which payment the therefor shall not be made upon the day on

., and West. I French Ginghams,Fancy PrintsA'c. render our assortment the largest and nK> ivaricd in Came affected; from that to the leSt eye,covering the or postmaster, guarantor is same purchased,the lor shall b ail
sight i ol Ihe that be was good, and the making it i is for the otfre at public sale en the next day of
in a party responsible ,
'. May S, IS P. 12 Ota ASMALLassoitirieiitof t French Ginghams,Fancy the ic State."S. .\1 ot which we ofir at the lowest cashpi deprived of sightKnowing eye !.l great measure amount person shall not b capable of becoming se ad the

(:' : ., Tottonades, Irish I July I LEWIS AMES. that Sands' Sarsapanlla was the only receiving a certificate of deposite,signed by purchaser cf that or of any ether lot offered I hat
Lineti, Fine Bleach! S'urtinc' Lowell naburRs ': l"ll. & had done of the public sale: if lot a
I medicine that ever him any I applied one depositories abve-mentione a quitclaim pOit.Tat any 1 offered and \
No. I, purchased New Orleans and offered on low Peters' to Mr. Fowlepolheay., at Boston go more. He deed, conveying all llle, interrt, and bid off on day public sale,shall not
: terms by nmCIE 5.. LIXDENBERGER.Auiu.t : Vegetable Tills.Truth has taken fifteen dollars worth which ba removed claim of the L'nitedStates to the property,1erib be thus paid for, the se'mil be entered at private

,! .. \ 2S, C Is infgniy, and in this case has (the humor from Ins eyes and hearing, and he now in the bid, and paid for, will be eeutl sale, upon paying to the Unite States, the sum at
---- -For---Sale.- Prevailed IJETERS' appears to be cured, and l radically so I verily believe kowlege by the Solicitor of the Treasury, free of which it was bid off, and owner of the im

.. al this latter trouble might have been avoided, a1 charge the purchaser. Such conveyance will provements, the previously ascertained value thereBy -
THE well.known, and feililc tract of Lard in Co- PILLS have from the first been a favorite if I continued Jhorougly the use of the Sarsapanlla sent,'free of expense,to any post office in the Uni- of.
: PHE success of these Pills in curing in a fewI !.. County, Eat Fbi ida..known.as Charles' X_ medicine; in the South, but now their consumption when he was under its influence the first time. ted States,a may b requested. the Ac of Congress aforesaid, the minimum

: ..' -L bouts where all olhe remedies have failu.and Fei ry containing ole hundred acres of land deae. is confined to no section In the lorlb. the These are the simple i statements of the facts of the .1. No bid will accepted unless it shall be satisfactory price of ech town lot i fixed at twenty-five dola
5 ". that too, in cases of twelve and and at this time in I fine state for \ East, and the West a\t1 as be)end : case, and I feel it my duty to make those facs knownto to the Slictor. whether there shall one and of each out lot. at twenty-five dollars
I b
'. standing-warrant* the assertion that if taken according I, all the necessary buildings for the comfort of the in Europe, South India, and the West Indies the public, (for the benefit of those may be or more bid property. RICHARD M. YOUNG,

.. to the directions, they are a certain cure.- | farmer, such as Dwelling lous Kitchen Meal they are known and appreciated. The demand afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the 5. bidding, all persons are requested to COuiln the. General L Office.
t.. ; of certificates in their [ House Store with all for them has no parallel in the annals of medicine, has been effected themselves with the June 46
1 A long list proof of infallibility :, Room buildings for the cure solely from the effect of thisinvaluable mae acquainted situation, val 187. 13'
-I. :': might be added, but those upon the directions use of negro house Also good Sable: and Crib, and it may be said of their advocates" medicine. title of the property they intend to bid for,

", : .; .. are deemed sufficient Try them and be convince and a good ferry Flat, all of which I will sell \\r>vr for .The cry .slillbe)come I HANNAH %V. BECK, 22S Main st. so a to rely upon then own judgment in bidding. State of Forda

: :;: '. that they are the most effectual and ( cash. Persons wishing to purchase will do well to In all disat of the aominallis. ss. Botf. Odoa F,46.-Then. per- 6. After the last day for receiving them the bids JcrcHsoiv Cracmr COURT.-I1 CuAccxZT.
: .* very best remedy ever oflered to toe public to insure call and examine for themselves.: cere, the liveror the system generally, their alternative Sufolk. : the Hannah W. Beck will be opened in the presence of such ofcer of the William
0 : a permanent and lasting cure. REBECCA and tonic pioperties, acting upon[ the constituent -I and made solemn oath that the above by department a shall be able to attend; will lamy A&m'r.debonisnon of John Bel
CHARLE. clrhfcale b deceased. .
BKAC.C/S STRE. Lm"dC Co., Ala., ) C.1'lmbul. Fa., August 21, 151. : properties of the blood, will produce an immediate her Iuhciband statements con.ained.ae examined and passed upon as fast as practicable.Notice .- Copri nt.
'. 184 j. 5t ----- change and eventually! perform a r.dica cure. P.fore me, will be given promptly to each person whose Ransom rh
.". Dr. G. K ;TylrD SirThi. may certify NoticeS TESIMONIArc. JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace. bid is but to no others. Deft ndants.
:": that after using many preparations for the cure of HEREBY given, that George Russ, one of the Extract ol a Itltr D. Wames.of" of Philadelphia For further particulars and e.nclusive evidence of 7. name of the bidder should in all cases,be _TTappearing L fidavit made to in the this satisfaction canse.tbat of the Court by af-

Chi.and Fever and expending some forty-five dol ._ heirs of the estate of James F. Russ, late of f the I dated February 2, lrtfJ:- Your Pills are the its superior value and efcacy. see pamphlets, which written at length and in a legible hand. The bidder Elijah Roberts and Ransom J. Roberts I,

physicians bill, without any heneft. I procured County of Jackson, in the Slate of Florida, dec'd, I mildest in thei-ox| rat ions and vet most powerful in may be obtained of Alents. should give the name of the poet office which communications out of the Dui Emanuel defendants,reside -
.. box of Dr. TJ ler', Fever and at their effects of any that I have ever met with in a and /-B. D. for him are to be sent. Sate Forida. and that FraDU
a ; ; ril. has this day,by hisattorueyfiled his petition before I Prepared by & S.-NDS. Druggists Williams ,... ___
f* dollar which cured me had I practice ofeight and twenty years. Their action on 10O Fulton of William N. 5. Bids must be sealed and the Adminislrati1 ffVii.-- I
: one efetuaUy. the Jud. e of the Probate Court of the said County street,corner Y.S.ildalsobyLEWlSiAMES.Tallabasee.SMITH makt on outsidein deceased. in the nu..w.
'. the chle, and hence on the of the blood reidf Eastern Circuit of Honda
buffered with this unpleasant complaint impurities these words : .SEALED U. S. :
distressing for a distribution of said and that BID FBOFCK- It
("Iatt; three u Ordered, That said I
-. i for twelve months. I nave known them used month from the date of this notice he will ask for is evidently very urlrising.: A. C.\"LI: acolaF. B. WIHTING.St. Marks, TT ;" and addressed tc the Solicitor of the Treasury Roberts and David Emanuel Ransom J. Roberts Elijah I
\ in thirty cases and nut a single box has failed I believe an order for a distribution. Extract of a Henry Hall, of Quebec and by Druggists generally throughout the United Washington, D. C." months, and said Frances do apparithia four

'. ; ". ',: them to be the very best and most safe and certain n. .. DENNARD, L. C. March 0, 1.1:-"For billious fevers. States. 9. Form of a bid, guaranty, and certificate: said within two month., frw>k_ -. -f .,..afore-_ J
sick headaches for -
cure for ague Ind feverthatcan be used,and unequalled for Petitioner. I pidity of the bowels, and elI I'rce. $1 per bottle. Six bottles for $l. I, lesidingat ,in the county of of this- -- order- --,--and- KU.IC 01 me pnolicalion -
Attorney she HBie
.': as a toni retoutite in all debilitated conditions June 12, IS.17. 47 :"tai arRement of the spleen lr. Peler'Pills arc an excellent : public are respectfully requested to re- in the State of hereby offer the United States should not and Hine why this suit
t :: of the system. E. MYERS. meicine. JItlber that it is SandSarsapanlla that hu been the sum of dollars in cash for their riht,title, filed ia this b reite ans original bill

; .; S Price SI I Fr box> with full directions. For sale, Bar and Billiard Room. For by &AMES, MILES NASH and is constantly achieving such remarkable cures of interest, and claim to the property described in number same will pa.seand cau. the a ere reviving the

at Tallahassee, Ha. by LEWISME.MILE MONTICELLO EDWARD BARNARD. the mot difficult class of diseases to which the human in the printe advertisement of the So- And original bill be taken for con

: NASH, EDWARD FLORIDA. MayS, tS.7. 42 Gm frame is subject; therefore ask for Sandj Sarsaparilla 1:citor of the Treaury. upon the terms and conditions fe. be i isfwtlierOrderedThatacop in of I

lie found in all the hW1 and villages South and TiE undersigned respectfully informs his friends and take no other. therein mentione; and I hereby in consideration the:Middle Circuit published of Florida some n".papr printed in
r "',' the |>nblic that lie has opened a BAR AND Jefferson CountyTAX December 12, 15-16. 20 ly of the premise.agree, in case my bid therefor months. once for four

..' May 8, I S-,. 42 Cm BILLIARD ROOM in Monticello. on the West side COLLECTOR'S SALE. shall be accepted by said Slictor. to deposite that THOMAS(Signed)

of (the public spurt, for their arcommoalion. and virtue of authority vested in Chewing Tobacco. sum, in lawful' money in the depositories BALTZELL, Judge.
law I shall July3,1S47.
me by 30
: solicits their His BY 4m
r New Orleans Type Foundry, one of the mot patronage.t approved LLI\RO is expose for sale before the Court House door, in SUPERIOR article, in half pound lumps, for i mentioned in said advrtimrnt. within thirty days

:*. AND J'RNTER'FURNISHING! WAREHOUSE ordtr. His BAIl i is { valeln.with! the best is lltntt excellent, Li- Monticello, Jefferson County on Ihe A sale by BIRC11ETT a LINDENBERGER. sent after to my">e bid by shall b accepted and notice thereof Fresh St. Louis Fou and Bacon

,v. 17 street Pint Monday in October next July 3,1517. 50 mail
panal l quoTa and Cijor.: also a variety of CONFEC Dated 1947. for Sae. .
.; undersigned beg leave to announce to Pub- TIONARY will be opened at all hours the following properly, or so much thereof .will For value received,I guarantee- to the United received per enniun.
THE Notice.f1IE State TVS shr. on
.' and Printers that have established day and and strict pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the -- ----D-
they : evening; by attention to businessand --- -- the performance of the above undertaking by the barrels STAR FLOUR,
: ., a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in this I a desire to please, lie hopes to eivc general sat year lfl6, \iz: firm of H. R. Seward Co."and" Kirksey signer thereof in case his bid be accepted. ment.1 do., warranted equal to in the
(iR. The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut to I isfaction to hu customers.. Cal and see him. El. SE1&t.2OT.IR.3N&E,8flaCrS, JL & Seward" is this day dissolved by mutual con- -, 1S47. Western country, any

.i order workmen of long ex|>erience. and, as no i s BARRINGTON.( NE4NE4, :U, T. lIl.3N&E, 40 I sent. James Kirksey is authorized to settle all business Date that the above -guarantor is re&posible for 6 Casks clear SIDES, 1 doSHOULDERS..
p ', was spared to obtain the handsomest faces MonticrHo, May I, 1 I"17. Jl NWJNV4." 33. T. I.R.:3N&E,40 I connected with the same. the sum mentioned: in the above bid. boxes
expense ALSO very superior Tobacco f do. .
NW "
and to it in respect, we will venture tobY ------ --- l.SE J. 2". T. I. R. 3. E..O Is. James Kirksey continue the business at tie me
perfect every 1& ,'i 10. Plats of the lands at Boston can be seen at theoffice ad common, casks common
it wi be found as handsome if not the band- Notce.g E: I.SW l. 2 T. I, It 3, &E, 40 I old stand of Kirksey Seward, where he will be af the United district attorney in that : J.rU R. FORTUNE.Brandy. t

,:. t melt the United State We ha\ealv.> a very SIX months after date, the undersigned, Executor NW .N Jq" 33. T. I. R. : N &E. 40 I pleased to receive a continuance of the favors of his city, and in the Sate Washington. August 7,1S47. *3
:'.t handsome assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of the lost will and testament of Benjamin All in Township Range :3. !& .,lying in Jefferson old friends and those of Mr. H. R. Seward.JAMES 11. Bid not performed on the"part of the bidder

>. the Jaet style, to which wo would call the alien- Chaircs, (!eraSd.lle cf Leon County,will present County. KIRKSEY, according to the terms specified in the above conditions DR. C. II. nUTJTINC,

.1{ lion l'rinteu1fQre purchasing ebe\.llere. Allarticles his OCCount. 'OUCIf to the Hon Judge of Probate SMITH SIMKINS HANSE SEWARD. may at the option of the Solicitor.be declared SURGEON DENTIST
; : by us shall be of a material of( Leon County, make application for letters Sbl and ex effieio Tax. Col. Jeff. Co. Tallahassee, June 26, 181. 5 null and void. In all cases where fraud have ,
.\; equal, if not superior to any manufactured at the of dismission as Executor aforesaid. June 2', .. 49 tsdDbAsylum been against the United the may Solicitor TTAVING permanently located in Quincy,Florida,

.' North; and as we shall sell Type a New York pnccs. JOSEPH CHAIRES. Exicutor. Deaf W. 8Attorney. 0 LWT mar,pratise executing the conveyance Slate,declare the Jii iespectfully tenders his services to the public
\ '! | we trust to meet with encouragement. Leon County I April 3, 1847. 37 hm at JLav, 1. bid invalid and of no effect. in the various branches of his profession. From his

:i BRASS RULE (-II.-' --J'\TnrJV. R. experience and success in practice, he feels assured
.,:: Werenowpepaetomanufature We o Notice. IjTHHE subscriber the resident of the said Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida, I. GLLE.Slctor of being able to please those who may patronise hid.

", 'i' would also particalaily call the attention of Prm- S IX months after date, the undersigned Administrator 1 Institution offers for sale,in tracts agent, and upon WILL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle September 5, 1847. Treasury. Dr. B. refers the public to

hers to our LEADS Laving a entire new set of ol Daniel. N Cone deceased, late of Columbia terms to suit purchasers,about Four Thousand Acre ,and of the County of Columbia of the : 6 Col. W. T. STOCKTOJV, Dr. J. M. W. DAVIPSOJT,

: .;%j moulds, by whih are enable to furnish a per- County Eat Florida will present liu final of LAND situated in the county of in the Eastern CircuitFlorida. DR. J. REESE'S Gen. C. II. DCPOJIT, Dr. R. E. Lrmjc.
..* feet article. are also or the sale of the aCCont and 1oucb.u to the Judge of Probate for State of Florida. Also, the Htght Jacsn. to a Monticello, August 22, 1846. 5 Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies wailed
Napier. Washington and Smith PRESSES, which Columbia Count,,and ask (lor a discharge.WILLIAM I. limited extent. Ltatt. LIVER DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE on at their Residence as usual.

.-. together with Chases,Cases,Composing.Sticks,Fur- COE Adm'r. The above lands were selected at an early date,by Law Notice & September 11. 18-17. 8
:. niture. Ink, and every other article required in the Blount's Ferry. E. ., May 2l)>.19t. .5 6m an experienced judge,and are believed to be amongst P feeble constitutions and those of se-

.' )S IrintingbusiDfu."ib kept on hand,ami furnnht the finest in (the county. BROCKENBROUGII &: MAXWELL. I dentaiy habits, are often troubled with habitual Bagging and Rope.
Notice. I costiveness, which often exerts unfavorable
o- -- ------ C. H. DUPONT Kentucky Begging 60 coils of Rope,
).1 Editors and Printers wishing to establish a Newspaper SIX mouths after date/the acting Executor of the -iKfnt of D. Sf D. Jl. of A'y.Quincy WM I BROCKENBROUGH wi return to Flo influence upon their general health,which is particularly IJK for sale on rea ona"ble terms by
; ? or Job Print in? Oifice will be furnished with will and testament of Aithur B'Hnty. Sen, June 12, 1S47. 47 Iy in (tune to attend all Courts of the maDestrd by irregularity, if not total loss of BIRCHETT t LINDENBERGER.
:if. 8 estimate in detail for the same,by stating the size deceased, wil make application to the Hon Judge Middle Cirsuitand Jackson and Franklin Coun- appetite. In this condition of the ,}.ttm. this article August 28, 1647. 6
cf the paper or the particular stvle and quantity of of Probate Leon, County fur letters of dismission ties in West Honda B. & M. will also attend the is confidently recommended with the assuranc'e

.:: work to be executed.fj3 Executor_ of mud estate CABINEJVIAKING.DAMON Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will be that if the dose is prorerly adjusted sv a not to Boots and
_" 1,1 t ( *The proprietors of new.paper who "i piibli _:Ju!!)17, 1S17. :51 Cm devoted exclusively to the legal and move the bowel too actively, relief ma; be relied Shoes.

.h this advertisement six months,and paper A L'.NCI. claims against the Unite Slates, proftlo. upon ) any or even the least unpleasant con GENTS super calf Boofs,Gent's fine pal.Bootees,
i' to our o3ice weekly "i be paid for the advtrtise. Dr. J. H. Scales, HAVING bou3ht the stock and of I, prosecution of( whi arrangements have been made sequences resulting from the use of common purgative leather Shoes, Gent' call Brogans s.ndGaiter
c' : in-nt by purchasing :time the amount of advertising SUItC EGON DENTIST Wienker in the Cabinet Shop i"leres are in Washington. medicines usually resorted lo. ,, lien's kip Brogans_received from New Orleans

(I : ; .bill in Tp. ; l return to Tallahassee about the sjtb in.t., prepared oslo all kinds of woik in that line and March 13, 1547. 34 Pesos subject to Bilious Cholie may rely on the by the Schr. Tallahassee, and for sate very low [ 1
:( GREEN A. CO. WILL a few weeks His Room is at Dcmilly's Lope the patronage heretofore given lo the shop will preventive properties of this medicine by using it on ty BIRCHETT A. LINDENBERGER.
June Gm 17 Canal St. Row. the first intimation of an approaching attack. Them August 23,1S47. 6 *
20, 1shl.! 49 Ladies waited at their residence-it. b continue. Their cxpenence in the business
.5 upon Blacksmithing Horse-shoeing &c.
in saying are some constitutions liable: to regular attacks of
warrnll they can give satisfaction.
It). l.17.
'. "::;.j': Boot and Shoe Making. July :1 They execute their woi k veil, and are willing to dispose undersigned has made Billions Fever amOt every faU; to such the .of TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an applica.

: llEundersignedhavingpurchasedthe Middle Circuit.IN of it on a reasonable. terms any other workmen TiE the arrangements to carry this medicine recommende beginning to use it -M tion will be made to tbe Legislatureat its next
';' I in the Stale. LACKSMITHS BUSINESS in all its by the middle of June session, for the of act to a
J. entire: stock and materal. of LUACS I ,O CIRCUIT COURT. b'anchr frst passage an incorporate
4J attention
p ', 1 about the JFFER : March 20, ls17. 35 to HortetT. Those whose digestive, organs are feeble often experience Bank to be called The Bank of Middle Florida.
.ir.asyrLD.whois leaving aliocin and feels Confident "
4IW Sate. N"I.ni..I.. ..r,.. that he ran vila catia.faction'to of fullness
.4 informs his friends I. a sense weight and oppression August 21. 1547. 5
1 1 respectfully r- Attachment for Choice Wines and any who may- ohftb their workin about the stomach after eating, find this medicine
'. .... public that he is at present( at the old stand where Eugene A Lion and Robert R. pot) i4)). Liquors. this respect. His shop of the City afford almost immediate wi. New Style of Shower Baths
% ;:. he is prepared to execute all work in his line with Bod.late M 1 T)Y Brig Wakulla, from New York, we have reD Hotel, and adjoins the Livery Stable of Messrs. Miller their rll
pfit. Ladies confinement
; and lie has on 'he finest nhalt.tradilg Alum ceivod the articles near often suffer from la had at the Tin Manufactory, which are
following which Brokaw.
promptness despatch han underhe name style o( Damages we will sell a His pnces will be and heartburn and CAN
to such this
vr1lbral. c : article is
". : 5. of calf skins, and all Sl.t. of m3teria., and will II Ablon i. Co. $.0. low lo planters and others : he respectfully solicits a share of tiene and such as every person togbt to
:f GEN highly recommended, a it can be used without the have to insure health during hot weather.
make at short notice, and in the bct mantr. all others interested here- 2 Quarter Casks Cognac Brandy HENRY F1TTS.
: are
M t dde111.utl l. least and with benefit.
.. .4 TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SlOES of every description. THE no ified cf ant institution of Ihe above suit f Eighth do do do. June lft, 1847. 49 St headache danger it is invaluable.great In sick or nen'OUt June 12. 1547. 47

,1. Boot footed, soled. repaired in I Cask Old Port Wine.
; l' by attachment, and are repaired to appear and plead This article will be found to act
will a plersant cor- 30O Pieces Calico.
t and at reasonabheclt3rges. He 2 I Madeira Wine Notice. a
i 1 good style "arI' to(Ihe declaration filed in this case, within the time dial the
.' rant his work to be ejual lo any done in the place, 1 Pipe Schiedam Gin, months afterdate I shall and tonic, restoring appetite, and at the FlUNG and Summer Prints, choice pattern,just
satisfaction to prescribed blw. 10 Boxes Claret Wine SIX present my account'* same time fulfilling every intention that the common O received and for sale
and to give good a fitting; a any BERFHKLOT by
t': a vouchers to the A.
&AkCIER. 10B. McDonald Judge purgatives are to It purely vegetable
other workman. Peach Brandy Apple Brandy, intende ef.t. L. & H. GREENBERG 4. CO.
I Attorney of Probate in and for
.1 of
JOHN LERCH. J"ainlif. Irish Whiskey. Malaga Wine. Madison asiaapply and, according to the direcions. April 3. 1847. 37
\ ti May 29.1817.5- 3m| for a discharge as Administrator of the estate willbe found invaluable article,especially tho
MajSIS47. --- BRCUE& of John W.Richardson lateof
laid of the
afflicted with Derangement DR. JB. BOND
County.deeue Ler.or .
July 3
:. (4TI3TARS: BALSAM OK WILD CHERRY for 164. 0 S. B. General DJppia.
t sale by LEWIS &AMES. Madison County, May IS, Pike f\FTERS his professional service* to the citizen
by Doctor J. Reese, county
: : Cimmiulon and Forwarding Merchant, "'cnua 20, 1617. :J Dwelling House fo Sa1.A Georgia Prepared and for sale by appointment Grifn.a \J Office of Tallahassee and the surrounding country-
at Col. Fisher's Hotel.
lug Podra.strcet, SMALL comfortable Dwelling House fortale at Notice, BARNARD. JrV.
,ar NEW-ORLEANS. LA. Notice. /x MonticeUo, Jefferson County,adjoining Judge Medca E. Drug( Store, Tallahassee, Miy2Q. 1817. 45 tf ___

,'1t" : BUYING.SELLING, RECEIVING: AND FOR. SIX months after date the Administittor of the Chace'i property. It will b cold on time to suit DR. R. W. FISHER DANIEL LADD, Newort, Superior Claret for Sale.
[ lei.f William B. to Monticello
.1 with f> Kilpalrick will purchasers. Apply -
I .L> W.\KDItG. attended to iMomplntstf.acreKs present Ins accounts and vouchers lo duH.Honralle Jujjf 3, &. 50 J. R FORTUNE. OFFERS his professional services to the public. Quincy, 5 BOXES of Clarit for Sale. .
T at Hickory Hill, the residence cf Apply lo
Ban,' Jud eu( PiobJle of Jrflrison County( and George HARDY BRYAN
'*( Jo W. AacTLt, S LATHAM. S. SIBLKY.& rurged( a Adminitliaior of yjid f"I.I. CORN AND PEAS|'vr sale.. Apply" to I H, Finher Agent for Thomas county,Georgia. July 101847. 51 J. R. FORTUNE.

't A. BUT".CI. J-ih 'I''. I Id P w-1 On Jul' .1, J C.11. & J R FORTUNE. July 17, 1517. 32 May 22, IS 17. 11 !
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