The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: November 13, 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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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the merry hours that we spent together cy. HP has in him the elements of a Talley THE CAMANCHES. Low: Country of South Carolina.-Few regions From the Atott Srituk 1 and the effort to exemplify his own idea, .

come back and look me in the face not j pile! rand. But I was not alone in this. One of in the world.surpass this par of South WESLEY AND T1 Rn.E L D was characteristicof we r.in &energetic 4 :
and ghost-like but fresh and breathing, with the boys in the latin class bad the impertinence The settlement Kinney's Ranch was almost Carolina in beauty,fertility,and natural advan \11 man. In Christian authorship be i i. not .- '
at the of the numerous The first Few characters could be more completely entitled to rank high. Cleat as his occasion.
familiar,smfles-come and dance to be particularly sweet to Lizzy. lie was entirely mercy tages. European adventurers described .
round me with their "quilm and cranklt," and always by her side out of school, and vhen in bands Indians. So daring were they in it with rapture, and lavished upon it the con1'era and in the church's exigencies, al! expositions are, there is seldom comprehension *
laughter with the odor of fragrant l looking over his book and conjugating Amo' their fierce incursions, that it became' necessary the extravagant encomiums now bestowed on more happily the suppliment of one another, in his views, or grandeur in his thouht ;
uproarous BariuM floating in their yellow locks and with his He delighted mf'J one day by to make every house a castle. The Co California, or the table land of Mexico. It than were thoe of George Wbitfield and or inspiration in ,his practical ; .
and then luridly shining through cloudsof violating some rule, and the way I pitched into lonel's Indian adventures were numberless.I was a region o flowers, and magnificent for. Jonx WESIET;* and had their views been though his direct and simple style is sometimesterse i
now smoke, the face of some Tutor or Professor him would have furnished at least a chapter to have only space to relate some of the details est trees, unequalled in the colder climate from identical, and their labors all along coincident, it i ii often meagre and 1'er seldom ra. :
with immortal indignation. one investigating the philosophy of of one in which he was concerned with a which they came. The live oak here attains their large servicesto the gospel might have repealed cy. His voluminous! journal are little betterthan

gleaming But nemo sine viti.t-there was one exception any ishment.' Hang mc, Ned hewer I flogged pun.a party of Camanches. They are the most its nobl.8 proportions ; the magnolia rises in Paul and Banabaa. Wbitfield was a turnpike log- ., and sermon f
to Tom' good humor. lie would! sufferno fellow, before or since, with such hearty good warlike tribe of Indians on this continent ; columns o siity or seventy feet surmounted soul 1, and Wesley was system. Whitfield] was texts-whilst their authoritative tone and self ""
neither ask being mostly wilh leaves a which burst at centering details give the air of .
his name. Truly it was an unfortunate will. nor give quarter ; tops large glossy ,and snow white summer.cou morning or reco an
jokes upon name, and as Will Whieton was wontto Of course I felt great interest in the progress armed with the bow and arrow, they have blossoms ; tbe'pitch pine reaches dimensionsthat fragrant exbileration over an ample rogance and egotism we doubt not, .
**neither looked well written, nor sound. of Lizzy, and was often at her desk, acquired a skill in its use that is perfectly won fit it to })the mast of some t;real admi. tract, and took the rest of the day to gather would disappear, could \ve view the venerable! !
say, derful. The with whom lie had the combat ral the white ] was the conduit in writer face to face. Assuredly his ,
ed well spoken, besides being nearly as dangerous mending her or leaning over her thou! party ; hickory, gum oak, grow to agin.Veaey polished I power was j .
alter as those nine cornered Dutch der, face pens almost in contact with her love was headed by Santa Anna, a noted chief majestic size; over them, the luxuriant native garden, through which the1 I in his presence. Such fascination resided in
to choking William the my to examine her and numbered seventeen. The party which grape spreads a rich mantle of green, or the living water glided in pearly brightness and his saintly mien, there was such intnrtron in .
that w> near : II provoking lips, apparently
oaths came
Colonel commanded numbered elev. perennial music, the same vivid the twinkle of his mild but brilliant and
sombredrapery from
Kinney long pendait gray moss hangs a more stream eye,
all other subjects, even thoughat writing, or aid in demonstrating some problemin '
Testy.his Upon his laugh was free and her Geometry; and then, when her street en. Santa Anna had been in the Ranch," from their limbs. It is a land of abuu- day to day. After a preaching proxJsm such a dissolving influence in his lively, be- .

own but expense whenever his name was the text, breath stole over my cheek, and her young committing depredations. Being mounted on dance. No part of the world more euiysup Whitfield lay panting on his instructive talk, that enemies often
he hearty; and looked wolfish. It was evidently bosom, straining against her botidicr, rose and fleeter horses, the Colonel and his party: soon plies to moderate industry the breathless au deathlike ; after his morning Jef him admirers and de"otees.nd
growled overtook the illustrious chief. The two parties the luxuries of life. sermon in foundry, Wesley would mount any regard the Wesleyan the
a sore subject with him,but exactly why, fell upon me like a bark on the silver sea of Oysters are picked up by system a .
knew. lie was so well liked, that this love, I"- dismounted and approached each other, skirmishing the hand on the banks of the creeks at low hill pony and trot and chat and gather simples mere embodiment of Mr. Wesley's mind, it is {" Jj
I none humor was generally respected ; but Kissed her, Tom 1" to within fifty yards. Each shot tides ; crabs are gathered in their channels ina till he reached some country hamlet where a singular l triumph of worth and finraess. yj
singular! rifle of the bordermen told similar ho would bait his charger, and Never has a theological .
one day a classmate, more waggish! than wise, Ned, you're vexatious." from the unering manner by the basket.full! ; shrimpsare through a idiosyncracy perpetuated [*1
him on the shoulder, said : I'm sorry." with terrible effect. The Indians fought with innumerable ; scale fish abound in the rive little sermon with the villagers, and re-mount' itself in a church 1 large and stable.But .- _
slapping valor no signs! flinching. Pres. the and fields his and trot again. In his aerial though every pin and cord of the Metho
"Tom, I hare a problem for you. The Temples, her parents, were polite tome I desperate ; ers ; woo. are stocked with pon. away
State it," said my chum. and had been known to Fay that I was ently Santa Anna, with his raw.hide shield game ; is delightful ; the productions Wbnleld's eagle eye drunk lustre from dist tabernacle bears traces of the fngers .
lithe three angles of a right-angled triangle quite a promising young man -only a little too before him, dashed to the front, and ran along' of agriculture-sea island cotton, rice, the source light, and loved to look down on concinate and active, which reared ,
the line of his each fired as he the sweet men in assembled myriads falcon founder's mot remarkable memorial is his Ii,.
are equal to two right-angles, what are ,gay, aad fond of worldly varieties-such as opponents ; potatoe-are among the most valuable ; Wesley's :
the angles of a Tom Triangle equal to 1" dress, and girls, belike. Of course I recipro. passed them, but with no effect. You conVI in the world ; the sugar cane rows luxuriantly glance did not swevp so far, but it searchedmore ing monument. W sl lhnotpase.a'\"ay ;
hear the balls rattle- harmlessly on his shield. the with little trouble thrives keenly and marked more minutely whereit for, if embalmed in the .
, *' Sir," replied my chum, if you must push cated their good feeling, and exclaimed in all ; orange, ; (
I your investigation so far beyond the books, I'll sincerity, Templa quarrc deJecla-especially Just as the Colonel fired at bis legs, the ob. aud bears abundantly ; the ole can be cultivated I pierced. A master assemblies, Whitfield embodied in the ml'mbcr. Never did a lea j t)
demonstrate a Tom Triangle to you at ten when they invited me to tea, or offered me a L ject of this bold manoeuvre of the wily chef without difficulty ; the fig poincgnn- was no ma'cb for an isolated man ; seldom coping der HO stamp his impress on his followers. .
paces!" seat in their pew, and so gave me a chance of flashed across! his mind. It was to draw their ite are common in its gardens. No country with the multitude, but strong in astute The convenanters were not such fac-slir/ilcs! i,
lie did so, and the curious student sacrificed sitting near I izzy. Her lather, Squire Tern. fire, and rush upon them while their pieces can possess greater facilities for an ea.y access sagacity and personal ascendancy, Wesley of Knox ; nor were the imperial guards such! I,
finger to the cause of science. pie, was a clever old soul, with a nose nearly were discharged. lie cried to his men to to market tban this. Its numerous winding could conquer any number one Jjy one. Al enthusiastic copies of their little corporal, s; : t
At remote and uncertain periods, also vary. .long as his queue ; the principal business of mount, and vaulted upon his noble steed. His streams give a landing place! to every plantation I force and impetus, Whitfield was like the pow' are the modern fetboisrs the prfert transmigration t
ing from one to two weeks, Torn became which seemed to be to support a huge pair of men, objecting to mount before they had bad. for or vessels. There the planters der-blast in the quarry, and by one explosive of vcnerted Exact ?;. ,
gloomy and abstracted ; sighed, muttered indistinctly iron rimmed spectacles, and keep the place, ed, were dashed upon by the! enemy. Now in the midst of their slaves,a quiet contented, sermon, would shake a district, and detach orderly, and active ; dissident but not dissen ;) f
of destiny, and read Grid de ArtcAmandi like a school-boy's finger, whenever he read I they were all mingled together in a haid-to-: and happy people, enjoy a life of agreeable materials for other men's long work ; defi.ncat tens ; connectional but catholic ; carrying 1:7: ,
,ct Remcdio Amoris. I suspected him. the statutes to his }litigious neighbors, I went hand conflict. The man who first objected occupation and pleasant amusements-fortu. and painstriingYealey loved to split and :. warmth within, and yet loving southerly exposures 't I'
lie said hard things of women in general.- frequently to his house and spent the to mounting his horse was immediately spear. nate, beyond most men, if they appreciate their trim fragment uniform plinths and ; obliging without effort, and liberal J :
My suspicion changed to conriction. The drank his cider, praised his pipkins, eveninc'I I ed and killed. Another was speared aid hot unequalled advantage, and if instead of indul. polished stones. Or, taken otherwise, Whit. o system ; serene, contented and hopeful-if ,t
blind archer had winged him. giving one of the weather, neighborhood quarrels, and the' in several places with arrow Col. Kinney's ging in vague dreams of a better country, they field was the bargeman or the wagoner who, we except the master-spirits, whose type i is
thoM woutuU ihttt kill not. but never heal." la,:r .rmnn. fill he fell asleep: and then talked clerk young Mexican, was speared and 'content them with improving their own.-' brought the timber of the house, and Wesleywas usually their crwn-the most uf pious Metho D;
lie shunned women, now-it must then be an laughed, pulled candy, and played 1'oxand : his horse shot under him, and fell. The Col. Southern Quarterly July. the architect who set it up. Whitfieldhad dists are cast from Wesley's neat and ch>ef< j'
old matter. I determined to probe him. Geese' with Lizzy ; while" seized him and placed him on his horse. An no patience for ecclesiastical policy, no, ful mould. That gones must have been .
*' Tom," said I, one evening, as he leaned Ah Tom, you placed the Fox in another r I' Indian rushed at and speared the poor fellowagain History of a Mihionaire.-One great lion aptitude for pastoral details ; with a beaver- attractive as well a very imitabie! which has 1-
back in his easy chair lazily watching the game while old Temple was snoring-and got, the spear cutting Kinney in the back. for the the house fashInable and world to gaze at t, has been like propensity for building, Wesley was always .' survived in a million of Jiving ef ies. :.
establishment of the lata Jona.
smoke of his which for a moment loving.Jy and !
cigar Moiccd, eh ? Another Indian rushed at him ; lie met and constructing with a kinglike ,
enveloped his nose, and then curled slowly "Ned, you're insufferable By the immortal parried the spear, which.pierced kis buckskin than Hunt the millionaire, which comes to the craft of ruling, was most at home when Ejects of Fear.-The peasants of Sad!. '
upwards in blue wreaths to the ceiling ; "Tom, Jove if you interrupt me again, I'm off Jo hunting-thirt through both slccres. At this La.mrer to-morrow. As the origin of such as' presiding over a ca or a conference. It nia are in the constant habit bunting eagles .!
hare you ever been in love ?" our club, and you may fill up the story at your critical moment the Mexican bit saved his he, gives a zest to subsequent history, it may be was their infelicity they did not alwayst"ork and vultures, both for a profit and as an amuse t
Tom said nothing, but the end of his cigar leisure." life. By its great power he was enabled to well to say that Mr.! Hunt was born at Troy, together; it was the happiness of the ment. In the year 1S29, three young men t
' grew very red, and a fierce glauce shot out "I'm dumb." top his horse, and, by turning }him Middenly in this State, and commenced his career a H age and the furtherance of the gospel that (brethren) living near Son Giovani de Domas ;.
from under his eye brows. I was in a sad: pickle, Ned. My passion round, succeeded in tearing tho spear from his merchant, by selling j pea nuts,cakes: and apples: they lived alongside of one another. Ten Novas, having espied an eagle's nest in the I.
My dear fellow," said I, repeating the for Lizzy, fed by a daily fight of her beauty,, sleeves. The poor clerk all this time Lad from a basket. He soon extended hi, means, jeais older than bis pupil. Wesley! was a yearor bottom of a steep precipice, they drew lots P.; "
and not seeming to notice these ;signsof moved to Mobile and in course of time was: two later of the to decide which of them should descend' .J
question, and girlish grace, swelled like a creek undera himxlasped around the throat. Another savage attaining joy and freedom to I
a storm ; have you ever !been in love 1" January thaw, but it had no outlet. It wouldnot ; rushed at him, but fell dc&d in his tracks known as a man of wealth, and retired to New- of gospel forgiveness. It was whilst listening take it away. The danger die not arise sa 1
YES!" thundered he, starting- like a York, where he fitted up an elegant mansion. to Luther's Preface the much from the depth of the
do to be known as teacher and lover. I: by the unerring aim of an arm which grows to Romans, where he precpice-up. ,
shell from a mortar,and upsetting a chair upon had nothing to do but look and love, and Jon",, stronger;: as death stares him in the face. .n. Afer1 was done his mind was shattered and describes the change which God works in the I wards of of a hundred feet-but appebension ,:: j.J
toy tenderest corn. __ and keep my mouth shut. 0 Tantalus said J oherrushed from behind and speared the boy engaged in speculations of the greatest haz.. hear through faith in Christ that he felt his ;. 1 ,| the numerous wt birds of r/rer thai inbab1 .
-heavens what in the name of Euclid it; I, with a tolerably accurate apprehension of. through the kidneys. The poor clerk relaxed and, yet all prospered. One of them was in I own heart strangely ; and finding that '( urn cavern. 10\eter, the lot fell upon? .
the of all this, worthy Triangle !" cotton, which he bought to the extent of hit I he trusted in Christ alone one of the brothers, a of
meaning my his doom-O Tantalus! victim of eternal his hold, told Colonel Kinney to keep cool, for salvation, an young man abut
exclaimed 1, chuckling in spite of my agony,, thirst looking forever, with parched mouth and he would be saved, and fell to rise no credit, and made a fortune to the chagrin ol r assurance was given him that Christ had taken two-and-tvrentf, of athletic form, and of. .
the shot I had made. those who doubted his sense and refused him I his sins, and dauntless spirit. He belted knotted .
saved a
at good and burning eye-ball, upon water-cool, inviting more. While the Colonel's arms were yet away him from the law of rope ,
Confound the sex !" said Tom, stalkingacross the facilities. He filled his house with the sin and death." And round his waist by 'which iris brothers could
bubbling up to thy very lips, which thou unloaded, he was again set upon by a fierce works of the though in his subsequent lower ',
the floor. must not taste, here's a fellow to match thee devil ; he dashed his pistol into his face, and painter and sculptor, and sur. piety a subtle nnJis may detect a trace of or him at wi and armed with a
Calm yourself my dear fellow, aad let us Thou art miserable, unquestionably; but just again disarmed the savage of his spear. By rounded himself wfh all the luxuries of life,- that my&ticicism which was his first religion, sharp infantry sabre, boldly descended thc < .
know what secret, black as midnight hag,' let the gods take away that water, and put this time Santa Anna, as well as the Colonel not f forgetting a library containing books the even as to his second religion, Moravianism, rock and reached the safety. It con.
has brewed this tempest." Lizzy Temple in its place, with like restric. and his party, were satisfied with this desperate ; choicest scholars would covet. While his mind he was indebted 1 lor some details of his eventual tined four eagles of a pcula bright plumali
"It's a villainous world," said Tom, and I tions, and I reckon you wouldn't make much conflict,and retired from the field. Of the was wavering, it was a favorite recreation with church-order candid reader will deny called the light Iubela. now '
women have made it such !I" by the change Hang me Ned, if I don't Colonel's party three men and nine horses him to talk with old Apple women, and tell that "righteousness peace and joy in the Holy arose in bearing away the nest. He gave u
Heaven help you, Tom," replied I, "lOU I think he would have lost it. Love is a troublesome were killed, and all wounded. Santa Anna them his present wealth and origin, holdingout Ghost, had now become the religion the signal tabis brethren, and they began to haul .
losing senses:, and utteringrank when to them the same golden future that attracted !Methodist and for the half o him up, when he was attacked 4.
are certainly your thing, it gets into a fellow and l lost seven men. One Kinney's men came : century his fiercely by two-
treason against beauty and loveliness.! can't If those him. In his sane moments, like most ubiquitous his powerful eagles,the parents the birds .
get out. unfortunate swine, to him with five arrows sticking in him,besides career, piety retained this truly yocng
.. Without the smile Iron partial beauty "uu. into whom the devils entered of old, felt halfas being speared in two places. The arrows others who have risen from honest poverty, he evangelic type. he had captured. The onset" was most furious, .
Oh! what were man -a TV orld without 'IU3'! "* bad as I did, I don't wonder they cut for the were pulled out, and, incredible as it seems, scorned the poor commencement, and hated A cool observer, who met him towards the they darkened tbe ca"ern.the flapping ot ; .
Think of that Tom and malignantly those who brought it to mind.- close records "So their broad wings, and it was not without
repent. sea. I believe the only thing tlat saved me he survived. Tell me where, in the romance fine an old man I never s
"All nonsense," said stilfexcited chura. from 6rrai After years of impaired reason he went to saw. The of his difficulty that he kept them off his sword .
ray a bt.jacket, was the certainty thata history, you ever read of a more desperate happiness mind beamed wit ;
Eve, the first woman, put her foot into the few months would close the infernal school gallant, and bloody fight And let many Charleston and drawled himself by walking forth in his countenance. Every look showed on I sudden, the rope suspended i
fountain of human happiness, and stirred and chance off the dock at night ljy mistake. He was a how he the him swung and on looking be .
up give me a worship freely at the such have taken place between the Indians fully enjoyed gay remembranceof round up per.ceived
such a deuced quantity of mud that it hss'nl shrine of this beautiful Temple. and those brave pioneers of civilization, the bachelor: and his remote kindred after contes. a lfe wel spent ;' abd wherever he went, that partly' severed it with his
run clear to this day and if woman That ting his will, have at last been obliged to re. he of his sabre. At this frightful eight he struck
; every time came at last, laid Tom, with recital of which almost makes the blood chillin a portion own felicity. was
since has not done her best to the : ccive the proportion .f his wealth he named.A Easy and affable in his demeanor with such sudden terror, that he was unable
perpetuate a moat lugubrious expression, in which the i one's heart,and of which the world remains he accom. to '
mischief then am I a shotten herring." pathetic, the dismal, and the reckless were totally ignorant. thousand gibes bare been uttered iu the modated himself to every sort of company: I urge his companions t hasten bis delivery,
"Quoting, eh?-a good sign, by Jove. It h house of the cidcvenl apple merchant, and he and showed how although be still kept his fierce
curiously blended. The term closed, and I To give an idea of the obstinate courage of happily the most finished antagonists at ..
argues a return of sanity. Come my Romeo,,' was as happy, Ned, as a French prisoner, the Camanche, I must cite one instance'! of desperate hal passed off without causing a shade: of grief. courtesy may be blended with the most perfect bay. His brothers continuing to haul him up, .
Rid I, "sit down and cleanse your stuffed boBora breaking from the old Bastile into sunlight and resistance in a chief. A party of them -Xeu-. York Letter.- *MH. _M piety. In his conversation, we might be while their friendly voices endeavored to en.
by a confession." liberty. No sooner had the last scholar disappeared had been for some time annoying the settlements Jloa Suation.-Wben a friend of ours, at a loss whether to admire most, his fine classical courage him, he soon reached the summit
Well, be it so," said Tom, quite meekly. through the door, with his green in the vicinity of San Antonio. A large ,, we shall call Agricola, was a boy, he ; fast, his extensive knowledge of men the rock ; b although he continued to grasp 0 '
I confess, Ned, that: I was little excited, but satchel slung over his shoulder, than I leapedto force had been collected to pursue them. A l lived on a farm in Berkshire county, the owner and things s or his overflowing goodness ofbeart. t the eagle's "3 speechless, and his
your random shot struck me in a tender place." the middle of the floor, and broke into a battle ensued near the town ; many were of which was much troubled by his dog Wolf. I While the grave and serious were hair which had before been of a jet black .
Here Tom clapped his hand on that portion of hornpipe, that would, have beaten the witchesin killed, and some taken prisoners. One chief' The cur killed his sheep, knowing, I perhaps, charmed with his wisdom, his sportive sallies color, vras now a white a snow. .
his jacket which might be supposed to coverhis Alloway's auld haunted Kirk.' The sweet. and his squaw shut themselves up in an old that be was conscientiously opposed to capital of innocent mirth delighted even the young
heart. est hope of winning Lizzy, so long repressed, Spanish house, resolutely refusing to surren punishment and he could devise no means to and thoughtless ; and berth saw, in his unin. The Ctrl vith the Red Shawl on.-An exchange ',
"Pooh laugh off your sorrows, Tom, if r acted upon me like a draft of ex hiJe rating gas ; der. The command was drawn up around the prevent "I can break him of it" said tempted cheerulnt"S the excellency of true paper tells the following singular story J
you have any. Democritus was a greaterPhilosopher and faith," said Tom, sadly, I'm inclined to house, and he must have seen that every avenue Agricola, if you wi give meleave., "Thouart Religion."f a degree scarcely paraleled which, we are no less strange D'
than Socrates or Plato. But think it the his had supplanted those than true-as we know Mr. Weeks .
yourstory was same thing of escape, as well as all hope of success, permitted, the honest; farmer ; and piety personally D'I:
," said I, a let's have it. What imperti. Two evenings afterwards I took a walk was cut oft Wishing to spare him, they sent now we wi let Agricola tell the story in his -the love of worldly distinction, the lore of ; and know also that his word is as goods I
nent jade has thrown cold water on tbe fire of r with Lizzy.Ve sauntered through the village the prophet of his band to use his influence to own premising, however, that a ram money, and the love of eu. The answer his bond.-N. 3*. Globe. _
lore,and raised such smoke in your kitchen?" and into the park ; and there, beneath prevail upon him to surrender. He scorned cannot b a good marks-man. which he gave to his brother, when refusing A young lady from New York went into the I
"Ned, pass those cigars." the stars and the sweet moonlight, I told her heir proposals, and,for an answer sent an arrow "Ther was a ram on the farm," says Agri. to vindicate himself from a newspaper caum. feld near Jamaica with a red shawl on. which 1.1
Tom lighted an Havana, whifTed a minute !. my earnest-passionate love. I forgot exact among the troops, which killed one ofI I cola, "as notorious for butting, as Wolf was for ny, 'Brother,when I devoted to God my ease, exerted some turkeys that they made an
or two in profound silence, looked a little foolish ly what I said, but it was tender, I assure you, |I their men. His position was so favorable that i sheep stealing, and who stood in as much need my time, my life, did I except my reputation?' attack on the fair owner. A small dog that
and commenced- -and worse than that, it was truthful ; for I [ he killed seven. To get him out they made of moral suasion as the dog. I shut Wolf up was no casual sll' but the system of his con. was with her seized the leader of the bipeds ''s.I
"My love began, like this cigar, in fire, and I loved her as warmly as Abelard his Heloise. holes in the roof and threw composition balls i in the barn with this old fcllew, and anotherof I duct. From moment that the Fellow of by the wing, and his teeth became entangled :;
ended as it will, in smoke." At that time I never expected to smile again if into i the house. Suddenly he opened the almost equally pugnacious reputation, and I Lincoln went into the highways and hedges i in the feathers. An eagle of tremendous .
Bah don't get sentimental, Tom-let us she said, No.Vell, Ned, 1 told her all-and doors, and with desperate energy rushed forth, t the consequence was,that the dog never lookeda and commenced itinerant preacher, he bade size, who hadbeennotcedabeuttbe neighbor. m;
have the facts." then ventured the ugly question." and nearly succeeded in making his escape.- sheep in the face aain. They broke ever farewell to earthly fame. And perhaps no hood for some days, observing what was go t
"Permit me, Ned, to remind you oftbe ad. Here Tom's voice grew husky, and beads of lie dealt death.blows to the last, killing three bone in his skin literally. Englishman, since the days of Bernard Gil- i ngondescended home in the skies," 1;
vice you gave me a minute since;-calm your perspiration began to appear on his forehead. more before he was shot down. One can .* Wonderfully was the ram aforesaidby pin, have given so much a'1'ay.V en his and with one fell swoop carried oftarkey and ;
aeU:" There was a convulsive twitching too about hardly realize such desperate resistance from this exploit ; his insolence grew intolerable ; income ".a thirty pounds a year, he Jed on dog His flight being somewhat impeded by :
'"A hit,Tom, a palpable hit-but proceed." bis eyes and the corners of his mouth, when, one man. His squaw was killed during the he was sure to pitch into whomsoever went twenty-eight and saved two for charity. Net his load, an unfeeling sportsman took advantage t
Before entering College, I officiated as fter looking a minute or so, in profound si- attack. He had buried her. She was found nigh him. 'Il fix him,' said I, and so I did. year he had sixty pounds, and sti living ontwent.eigbt thereof, and, at a shot, brought down .
Teacher in th* Academy of a pleasant village lence, at his boots, he turned to me and asked, in hersimple grave, with the warrior's sad. I rigged an crowbar out of a bole in the he had thirty.two spnd.DA eagle, turkey, and dog f la the maw of tires
in Connecticut called West Hartford. All What do you think her reply was' Ned?" dIe as her tomb-stone.-Campaign Sketches barn:point foremost, and hung an old hat on fourth year raised his income to a eagle was found a trout weighing two pounds I 2:
these village Academies are attended both by, .' Couldn't guess, Tom ; probably she intimated of the War with Mexico. t the end of it. You can't always tell when you twenty pounds, and steadfast to hit plan] the I f any think this a Muncbausen story let tem
boys and girls. Among those favored with my she was too young to marry,-or perhaps see a hat whether there's a bead in it or not ; poor got ninety-two. In the jean 1775, the inquire i of Caleb Weeks, Eq.a his hotel
learned instruction was Lizzy Temple-tbe that she would like to examine a few /n'/ it Distressing 1-George Thompson, then how should a ram. Aries made at it full accountant-general sent him a copy of the excise Jamaica. He can show bir beast, and
r most bewitching girl I ever saw. She was I more goods before she made a selection !I" alias Alexander Giles, a colored barber is ad. butt, and being a good marksman, from long order for the return of plate : "Kiev. &fish &proof of the truth. .
just seventeen everflowing with meriment,taU, M No, you could not guess it Ned,-ne man vertised as a scoundrel, because he went to practice, the bar broke in between his horns -As the commissioners cannot doubt but you
and charmingly possessed of everything that could guess it Twas an outrage! -a piece Milford, Mass., destitute, and, representing and came out under his tail. This little ad. have plate, for which you have hitherto neg Peach 7'lees.-It is no generally known,,
: makes up maidenly beauty. Her fingers look. unwomanly cruelty She"-Tom was becoming himself as a fugitive slave, was assisted by monition effectually cured him of butting." lected to make a entry," dtc. ; to which he we believe, that Jam of any kind (thai
ed like ivory tooth-picks for Apollo; her nose i very much excited-" she said, with a the abolitionists, who procured him a shop wrote this memorable answer :-" SuL,-I which is equally as good for this- '
I and forehead were Grecian- or as nearly so heartless laugh that rings in my earn yet, that and business, and finally gave him money to The following from Short Pete," of the i have two silver tea-spoons at London, and two pUre a that of a better quality,) poured at
u anything Saxon ever approaches it-her she never liked Geometry,and thought it wouldbe buy his little IOn out bondage in New Or. New.York Spirit of.the Times, is barring its \ at Bristol. This is all toe plate which I haveat root of the peach effectual/! .
face wu full of expression little wicked, exceedingly to be all one's life-&morl. leans. The next day be want: to Philadelphia profanity, good : present ; and I shall not buy any more prevent the ravages of the worm that has here*
too, sometimes-and slightly brunette in complexion rating Triangles! and has not since been heard of. TheanUlavery In the summer of 1839 I was ascending the while so many around me want brta. I am, tofore prt 1 destructive to thai valuable1]
; her hair fell in thick jetty ringlets I "The next mornieg I found myself bed, people of Milford think the man Mississippi in the steamer B-. Just as she sir,your most humble servant, ." fruit tee. should b however
Upon her neck and shoulders, like a beautiful I but when I went or bow I came there, I never shaved them, and therefore caution the public' was leaving a wood lar her flue collap. And though it is calculated that he must hate that oil wi not obmd, lo quit '
drapery furnished by the gods for chal'lDlthat, i knew. There was a panel out of the door, a against him, describing his color, dress, and At the time, a pitying given more than twenty thousand a- the body of tree,if there when it is applied '
Wly seen, might drive men to madness ; her'Jet broken chair in the middle of the room, and marks with as much fidelity as they would a the aia hall. Ghad just drawn his way, all his property when he die pun but will prevent hs getting into after ,lne
were black and voluptuous,and her lips my very best broad cloth was hanging on the stray boast I go an X better. His leg were fol.! of his clothes, his books and a carriage.' plication. We are assured the i same ap
-obI candle as an extinguisher. Three months af- ded and locked between the s the front < Perhaps like a ball burnished by motion, his i is in use on Long and is (, poel 4
their tenrards she married that scoundrel) round tithe chair. At the report h& made a J perpetual activity to keep him' thus the only means Ila
"Ja! rosy labarynth, when she smiled, young A lady was told tho other day by a travel- help secure the preservation .
TL.sog wu lo.t." whom I had flogged so soundly) for loving her!1" that in spring forward,and, not rfecing that his feet brightly clear pelf ; an whenwe of the tree.-Columbian Republican
ling gentleman,
"'rakea a Ha I ha I ha! Forgive me Tom for-ba, country, CT.erlad"who were fast, he lade face. HeIrgle remember its great pervading ,ther
of ice-water Tom. had small
glass mouth
, "NeeI. be aiJent." ha, ha, ha!I" with. husband a the was provided hard 1 and kicked with all his 1 is something sublime in this good man's in Telegraph Wire-The Cincin
by 'lib it Deathly :
government. "
Ned said Tom, with melancholy smile, loose his feet. But it was "no go. dustry. Rising every morning at four, trav
t\\ t-T E1cemeTosn.-I< thought the .uge. pothibul,'said the lady, making her mouth as Signal learns ,h oa the 17th, as Mr.
Such another scrambling was never witnessed 4000
, those cuing miles andpreaching
-"Ne every year ,
gg "
pew uw Sawyer of
!'PPOrtaDe. small she could. gentleman
The high
n geaileraaa added,'that he his young respecta'biflty
and I
At last gained self-possession, nearly
LMWSflNedIlovedhernn.dlyandkhsvasrc if had aid thO sermons, exbor was riding'at a fast rate to tee _
a lady a large ; she was I very
!Lard work to keep the pupils from find.i'Vt.oU ;; with two mouth prided the roars ,laughter among his companions a in ietiea editn writing allr female acqnaintanceiaVearbora i CoasityIn.dianahecametrpagaindtkotalegrspbwite.
i' InldUgcnc .Extraordinary.-F&nny huDda. griou' who had just returned to the hall after finding I ad giving audience to all r I
I A fellow who can be passionate. ler is married I Her husband's name is ed the 1d", same throwing I tbatnopenonwashurthecniedout. people, the ostensible president of Methodism Irt. *.
iilove. and ueter sa&er it to to its full extent. The opnhr which cot BM throat, produdnff instant
appear, zani ; he is a dancer. [Ex. Pap Ella'1 .It's Jott my d-'luck I If it had -
3obosi ben my death. Thevire bad been
or feature with his character con So is Phoebe Hammond married her tame aare made his escape almost Im brother Jake, the d-fluc(vt ouldn't but; Bom 1703.. ? Pied 1791. fre
C&DtJl1>>efore him, had better take to diploma. band'. Dime is Potkns ; be iia black mediately, an not been heard of since. Ot M* ratxdtJv jnleT t Alex vJer Knox. ]line.purpose o making evrtaift repairs .

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1 "I St 1'hpupstAeX O. .lJ. and; two coldten. wto fled and were tired at FLORIDIAB. Uauty has oor gm. Pevfcaps England has: ply fjvios;oar smat to what oar seasff tell a. istrue. the CJ Cftr__6I&e.l 0deIw

J: : b, LATE AND IjIFOSTAXT FfcQM MEXICO. with effect kiDin,* or badly wounding one. THE pesaed the cvlssisatiBf point of ber rrer* sad He ftatlj coBtndkt Mr. Webster (sad it btbe **Madame EnrnxTs trial M g.iag*Wy! .
'i. America ber elf b sheet lo seeuae prescriptive positioa first time mba life he has fcre the Vert(f oe.ad oJe At h
: ;i. Bj tlrt arrival of tbe Dnitod States trans This occurred ia the vicinity of a snail raocbo once i.yedbl that power **I be commercial ever beeng'uiltydyeah the jury ker cosmctio seem *,

.' 'f it'. port stf/ajmLfp Alabejoa, Cap \Yiox2e, from I from which mea were Well rapidly? retreating; '"LaY v. ALOWe." arbiter sad Duttre of the wovVL a thing well restore) denies car inferences op testimony is perfectly cooclaM ssUWr tawvitaWeTrJl

.1 '.! f .rra Crux which be I Jell oo the 20th iusL,, one of item wkilk-d by John J. GJantoaof of -With a wise government to take advantage 01 and clprexes amazement at oar hardihood sad this psr>icvlar case, sad moreover is css ple k

-. we bare rrcrireJ intelligence from that port company i:. The house was searched but no Saturday, Norexnber, 47. the circaxastaaeet cf tbe last jesr.thi would have recklessness.* To justify his position be makes a irresistible collateral evidence. br w.an 6t

.f ;;'j j v.' ..( ,. to tbe dar of her departure and from the cat.? arms wete fooad. At this place we had the tbFresbrteruB state bappested., all things Bat considered at all rveot, America under if the the present richer great flourish about that miserable abortion-tbeHerkizaer witness ba that i i.be his intend lo'bring-It ep, lbe
in Attorney
: : : of Meiico to the Tlh ia J. The faunily of}fr. good frrtODe: .to capture a Mexican whom we (t>- The Rv. Jon.GS-ATO will preach- country at thi torment ; and it b a proof( inherent Convention A more miserable and oatrageuos list of all her visitors poe.n.sad patron,prrpsrt4 'a

: .! ', :i Castro, a rep &b1. citizen of Vera Cruz, disarmed ed'rom whom we !learned that CLarch 611 Sradar next. stability,TOcatvquerable rarity and a happy attempt was never made to cover Op a false the past year by tbe potice._M saveWrs rosso 4ti* .

p -. '4 \: I reached tbat pUce co tbe 19h from Jalap! Colonel 1 Sraobto was probably! at the rancho 03Tb. Foortb Quarterly Meeu'sj of the M tbo- destiny worst ralera-Hhe, that all the tariff impediment ef 1S4# the imposed sub-treasury by the, position. That Coavention was a r
I v : ., : Ane&tasipfromtheol5reoiheGeaiiuol! of San Juan with a Circe of about one bunrfred <2<,t Pio': .it Church for Leon Cirrnit mill tale and the Mexican war-have not yel been able se- we are M :" that our neighbor shook permit abode.fashionable This(xt of has the caviled a ont sefisatioa j ia n

\_ .: ; :: Libe"ltatt. that on ike road at Santa Fez. guerrillas' and that perhaps Martinez was place ia Tallahas the second Satardaj aM Sunhy riottsly to wound the p blic prosperity. Oar dancer his aniiety t* carry so bad a point to lead him vo part of R trriU.part'* attrocSoc city.*b *tress iav w sos c bees tQif:4

t :- ,. i deserted raocbo about tea miles from town also there with an additiocal..mbf-r. I pledged in the prevent month. *. i if they hoald come are chiefly to be apprehended {stray. Only three mea of any note,;if we except Many persons have even left tW city to a oii Wia* *

: .t : : ttf'Y"f' rot !,T I'Ome 30 or 40 guerrillas, bj !:Jf tor the safety of the Mexicaa and from the war and over importation; hot Wilmot were present,and took part in the proceed- summoned to lestiry,aDd the seUcled circles tin
neither sudden diarfer
s_ 't ij .', .. whom.r were eicrediagly mahreate !. The ordered bimta guide us to the rancho of San :QTW tetbist Protestant Aural Courerence and their of evil these may can bring be kit upon while.u a there may H yet tag*. Even Prett** J5g *o famoo for his connection for fear their djegracHal secrets may W dttygei U

'S guerrillas: took the entire party of travellers J 1D. We proceeded two miles and froman for the Florida Di trtt will bold its nioa at Mt. time tf BfpJy the remedy. with the Proviso, did net see proper to at li in&ht.the body Soch of aa n event iftCiriftaL a| this trial It sWw is Eke tie se Uc**,

: ;1' :: and! the rebtde into tbe sJjoinicg wools and eminence discovered the raocbo. I divided Zion Ckarcb. in oil 9 from Tallajie I oa the ** How few American merchant have been affected tend. It wa despicable in point numbers, there disease that t* hidden beneath the terhtjii

!, \,, '., : there held a cossaJtaiioa a* to the poIicT( my ronmind into three detachments placed : Tbooari ill?road,cociDracing no tie F day before by the fall of their numerous British contemporaries being less than 1000 persons, of all sexes present, sound uteri ppesns *"*
The the un-kr the of the erosd Sat iaj ill ZVcecbtr oeit. There ha not been a inte! failure ia Philidvlpiia -
J ( marderinv them oarrsrrvexilT. guerrillas right charge Capt. Ferguson here and hititnt retain their according to the N. Y. Herald ; and according to the PCBUC
'! several demonstrations the the I lef J:15r I 1st Lieut. Win and ; for eapitiJ declaration MEETING.
: : upset kept New Jtrtfj DKt10LTh. sieve!*..NJ character; and trealth bJu tf the I of the Herkimer County Democrat Pursuant to notice
t i carriage and bunf it. but were finaJlr dissuaded the centre under try own immediate control. Desocrat bate elected their candidate for pitth tj almost lufury and ntferfliaty. And this I which will be found in another columnlens than 500rrete portion of the a meeting ef a lasn

*' from tbeir beadlkb purpose murder and The riglt and !left wing\: were ordered to more Tpmor in New jersey, the Hon. Mr. HjnTr, bya i. the general ttatt flhutgi mil over the country. preae$. The editor of the Sentinel array II of Benton County, -n.

\ 1 I ;, wanto-j destruction, by the expostulations and a few minutes in advance of tfce centre and Oar destinies no not, ia reality depend any l longer this traitorous demonstration ajrainct the nice of distinction of pirtie was held at Cfcoeoekaftje,.
nil: be decided
: 2on a
nsa;< nty o Lrpslatve upon Errand: ; they are ia cur 40 hacd Thursday, the 21st day cf October ls7
repeated declarations! of tbe !ladies that no one to form junction in rear of tbe rancho ; the ; regularly: chosen assemblage! of the and fcrii
:I.. .i. of them present was in any way or fOnD coancted.wib advance guard commanded by dp-ant Ford. !; wb.g. _- vision" Toon inert the doe w hole not after a survey to be cf all rean the field to bcieve cf. this is ill be Cia bring to sustain hi. position. Suppose purpose of coofideria?the subject t/the allereaia*
appear any
t ", the Americans either then or at i was thrown forward with instruction to fall New Y rk Electl**. that the financial cri
t g : any oilier -. Their request to hare their back upon the centre attacked by a large A< was aDticlpar the Whip hzrr miniM Nev !t any direct or immediate complication in the United there was fraud in the organization of the Syracuse Hcrida. WM. H. 3IEIN, F, was e 3ed u tIe

.i ;: .' 1iTes1arnd an\ their carriage tared frwn be. t Jrc The front C".uJ eovered three Trek by aa overwhelm taajctiry. The diTijioo I I State, atklr l from timid men vieldice to ceedles Contention-does that make it so? Out of a hundred Chair. and Mr- J. DAXLOO appointed Secretary *f

,. I 1. in; barped was finally! ofaioed! and they sacceedeJ'in armed Mexicans who fled ; they were pursued ra the DtEocraii? r rt5 tUff so 5"* that no oTher arpreheasionswhicb." may do ccischief by icpairiconfidence. b or so democratic newspaper in the State of the Meeting.

1 :: : procuriag prci4iln to proceed on awl one killed, oce wounded, and tbe re ol teed hate been n pert ed, Tkt traitors have New York. we hear c(oaly some half J zen which The meeting lavicg been called to order. ta

.. their jtwrner : rljatf'Jr; but not till tbe raaraoderf !|I other cap'ured. The rancbo was invested on rKfeeJed in pain! The Sate in the rand cf the dissatisfied I Chairman succinctly rxplaraed the ctject cf tie
L were its .
Parties at the North and Ue TOmot Proviso.Our proceeding*, and why doe
bad stripped tbctn cf alaxut! ererj all ids and searched. A large number of wLii. The bccr t and pitnotir d(a>.cncy cf theSafe ourtieighbor labor meeting to be ta get the teoe of tie people spas
'I so hard to that the N. Y-
t ; thing in tie shape of ckrfkes arid mme sword. m* copettes', two 1. S rousket tcbly J cc3teied the ha'tle, bcl tify could cot I readers will excuse us if we a aia refer ta this democracy prove altercating system teceTally,aad specially asta

; ; i .c Mr. Castillo! a genJleman% of this! citr. ': and one I 1T. S. rag r. wib: powder, lead and .hyacd the a,< -::Hrr. -t withcat a5vl within,- subject. Tbe effort is be.nr: made by a portion cf I what is said are apiest the at.rl! be take a* truth its operation in the Southern Jadtcial Cirnrit.
by dmatif&ed, aDd them
of the number! tbe ierrillis: took ':! catridtre t tband cretedonthe : the Southern whig press to mistily sad create whatwe regard u J. T. Mai> cf Hiliibcroczh
t .' : was one ; g were preraies. Tbe tnc:pb cf ll-e wii na. rertiic'j b* recmrJfda oar enemies, and refuse to believe is ee. Cocary, k&mdia
1 from him his earord and fire arm : the coo. 'I 1 A fine linen. shirt, evidently American road, > a irVntefVwv* r'i>.'*ryr u the mc al by the crnceive to b* a false impression in the public the what said by i an eloqoeat address,poiate y in t aver of a repeal
I majority 110 profess to t bt l ', It if
r slant eiclamation! t.f sorae of tbe robbers was !1 wah; a ball-bo'e: in t'c' boom and quite. bloody -tA"Cnrzc'f'-sns tG ra,ttat tee*\!. was the mrd. a. to the position of parties at the North on friendly true, cf the alter natuig system !'!! and peciaTy as
:. that bat .American travelled that \I I i taken from track in otrt.h l"l'h th.s, to n', ira octaut miller. Why this is --why the dissatisfied in the democratic racks, by nailing
c none erer was a an re sricary casf the w.'iion i ia iher: ranVt. :nd a* to Southern Circuit,ia strot* asd ccaviuciftr argument .
;. S road, now 3. ns. Dr. Garen! a natIve of'' were no J JelLs than five or MX hundred hu helsof } the Vh.c! Centeclica fa -<-d it nraeooc. and these effort are being made to deceive the people with the whirs, who had taken op the. rejected Proviso that the pocltica and sircatioo cf that Circuit -
have succeeded in .
1 Havana who is direct from the citr of Meiico.{ I 'b*: ed Indian ci>rn. ( ome: of which was ia hare rcxr carrxd the S'a'e by a Ijrjrs r*. jctity. w e leave to the sober judgments rf the party thein- defeating the regular democrat uzperUive.y denaad that tie Jadre ef that

4 fell in with Mr. Castro's family: at J 1a and ,' American s'xrk) beans. \<. &c.I Tie ent-re whir *;.f' *J f,'r Sat cSrer ha* been 't'hN! determine. To our mind., however there *, but this does not nsfaia the position cf ourneiLbor. Circuit shcold:: be staliociry aLl s mxleat citizen

tin i ritv tb ; tT-red biJ two Mexican trbo taken at the 3 nothir. more clar than that it all!! dose for i He will Lave it that the whole North i il
4 I accompanied them to ; !r s; were eertei! by :t lrat '. .: ) cujrrny. The S'ate u cf the Cirmit-

!. .. reT many privations: in the ccoxiater with rancbo examined \:1r.t,. TLey a<4rtedtbat ..at n.Il;:! te whit by Scat 15 tt.jcT.ty. acd inc mere purxs; c.' party ; and yt,schooled a* we are opposed to c*, although there are large portions ef On c.ot. n, ordered that tie CLalr apoict a cr.=-

the guerrilla*. II i iI this baciend i \\H a l .-.rt guerilla:= !. that .: u the) trick and selfishness cf pi>Iiticiin-,,st iszca- the people who say they are net. He believes the mitve et
Itc.e -1: as..) l>e !a'?(:'y wf ; The New YcifcC"uitr s.x to J'repare rrr4ntj, ripresie cf tie
'. editors. of tbe Gen. )lartii'z had tbrre tb ; b fjre z n to that Southern que tion to far u the Scab u ccrceraed to be toe
I Through '!Ir. Catro the j ? n if y with i. I>;nr(r Itspr .i tf thediviicuio :: us a man, much Ins acm South- sense of the meeting i ; and the Chair aaoed Me, ->.
have b. in :ioa of b'.mJr-d aid l'thre thit editcr.be he frcin II : f c' tstit3fc? ; !l right and still h e distrust, the cf
of ut j a
1 jut Lif/ertv en f ?h"S! m n xra t i :J-ceTi.x ratic; rik i, at.ttte weight tfr>ehad in rczcnslpeib-rea.i' tr no, Wn. };ope James 3f. Ea.:1f1. Job }tn J. Darling
tbe subjoined important iDtdJi! ; nce fron tie day : that Co!. S.noSio \T:' in &' n :an! cor- I! the erticn! : !hr>nld on thu question fare to fpcrt with popular the "North who tell: tic in return, we believe o Char Gtcdikb, and Wm. rrescttt, a* such

'. e Capital and o!her place: *. Mr. Ciktrolen: tbe'eifr ; respjnijce with the! zueriia!: < and was with j '' Tie Whit bare eflrerc.-icncf t1 e Enpireta'e. fctlin;, b! eektni to msead! tie popular mind too This i is i i. the position; the Sentinel, We I ro=ritf .

; of Metico on tbe Tib of this month ani j i them at! that time.: With tbcvs fuU and dl.tinct :.*- ( ? It were fry!! prete-.d that tbe Wh-;ilone! Tie truth it at+alhr.; eacueh ; it is stciently hate adduced the action of the New Ycrk and ot the On c&tica, Mr. P.-T. Tocker pciated Secrttiry .

C .. 01 the lltb at 5 o'clock p. ra., be e&teredGuamanta. : idDces tbit this tacin'ia was the | LarezcLerectha'icoc.rtocec t-att'es! hare tatf'unz: to know that at I lea,t t-ne whole party it Massachusetts democracy, and the dietian of Mr. I pro tern ia place f* -*'- J. Dud :, zir.t.

Tb'rs Le J learned that the force beadpirtert of a bind of guerrillas i it \\u' teen very esectiah! ajCeJ b; tie sf lit ia the raAtf the Vert h is against ci on a ues'ion of clear cootituonal Dauitl Webster in the premises, and all we have i ic one ef the eet>* rtee.

t. J of Gen. Lane bad entered shortly before, and : 'conceived ,f.rorvrr! to destroy the wboe: esiab- "their Tie oppc d.vis::on eati, aricnr- tie Lc.co Fcco bate hitherto I ricbf without vebece&t'y: urging cs to the pp&sing scale i i. the mere atiertwn of the Florida The ca=a ttee retired, and then nj/crvi*** role

.4' so Riddn and unexpected was; Ls: arrival that i hmnt; (except the cLutch) and take vengeance bad bst l.ttle! isfaeice ojxn the result: cf the dBtn.t and denounce all and anr wba may feel 1 and Sentinel. Here wh tre we dtajree; bat there lowing[ preaitble and r Ol. c> .t>et.ta motion.

/ .. Santaonil. bad barer! lira? to get away b) a?m th"sciolaton of the rules of election! They bate jennally sitnply tbe ratbrtaLi belier, with the South that in the Proviso if couch is ore point however oa which we very cordiallyazree ,.ere read b; tie chairman U tte cttualr.ee,a* fallow -

: another quarter of the town. The Americans
captured two pieces; cf artillery belonging to : i I they hue pr>etra'ed up in our citiz.f"ns.c.- 1!: it away i i f-bnoui a* the daJ that of the_the elecricn arty ta more drew totrioo.l rear. Eot divided new : and ore which i if persuted la by the North I il against GJ, without laY hope tiC a division The co=catee appointed U prepare resehiTion '

the force of Gen. SaLta ,Anna which! the latfc |
ter in bis hurry had not time to remave and 1flamet. of diference, nearly! it be ascertained i bitt that w c -ed tot look to then for favor.-
; i I a? aj ran relaie a ? copLinent; t) the riahteccfiess of our any ject cf the alterraticz; S7eo ia tie Circuit Ccnrt

also took I-JM prisoners, Co!. Vegi and the Taking the road to Vera CPJZ vithinctbe, to the conduct ci the central junto at Aibity,,p cause : fy ly it we ia effect say that there are tanea They are accst to a rLia against ns, and hence the cf F1ari: bier Inn t, n-scrt. iJutWHHEAS.
'. ;. son of lturbi !ie. I rancbo ol Matagocdero and short. oy wt,.rb the thir cl the r.s.ttj hue been eoatro'- axetJ cf e rt"1" **ks -....?_!... t" rtiw t*. I ISotUna
< sloppinj a Tie ;
: 1 ,. 10.nd with such and i in tb, fr States who are bot ,t aad ff1tjc Sitcaxioa of tie ctutry of the
e< u&varying unprir.ci.TAed
4. SantaAnnattfrearinZGr.zn2rfJawhich I while to craze cur bor?'s three :Jea:ues from vliihLti 1 The pitch to which; i its d.ctatien eti&azh tstandrth ant bretrt ti-tide. We pro- the dec.ocratf are also azair. CJ. It mlzht ether- Jodicial Circct of tie State cf Florida UFocb
he did at the head of 1OJO horse was reinforced the ; at \vbicb %II lr. Lin of wise cpea tfce eyes of the people ta tfc* tree aspect
point .
cty. eton, com- wa carried. in the first plate around the eatirect f tobelitve ocr cane a ;vt cae. and are wont to that the ccly and usual &ode travelling frcnf

I br I50J men of the command of Gen.Reves. parry I. encouitered and killed a Meiicanlietfenai.t of a few lodtridaa':?. w tn were the icce
a-I t-.b remained in the whose //c/jnd ., and through their exertion the feelirg wa coco a dupcitcn tj respect w r r4hts and
: neighborhood /n i
;? body was: a pai the norality of ocr instituties.and yet ccit Courts of Bnrroe, HJi I of GutinactU! till: Gen. Lanes after : J of r ntffl: Satei mu.ic: 'td to a very hire .rI iD of the party locking only to then for aaa ceta teaM
: m shooter and refills
departure, pistols a Inthu'
some throTJehoat the State" An efiort to vine this which this town was azain taken posses. 1 papers accompanying the We reached t fected section tie id weight d < Ib cf fanaticism .tat would be mere reasons.
report. pcmr a epara'e tie atttnrt DV their Northern brethren !occttrcl cf Lc2di-f tie Spring and Fall Terra cf said Cocrt.prejcrib .
lion of Gens. Santa and Reves who after created .rO'JnJ which cluttered: all: ble tU for the people cf the Sosth, not thai
bj \ I our encampment a march of nearly ut.. a "nucleus cnrafia.-jand circan rrF>e cur licitsthall they J *!! by Law. are set at tie went pcisibe a-

.p foliowin!! ; op tbe rear jrsard of the Americans, !I fifty mi'es'! .od bane the honor to repert our. who.. for, bad any case becose on-watuSed pronal,with local.the&r prindiescf naticnjlroundi !i we doubt their integrity and re(: 'e then cot coaSd lave wkig ery lea but the.r country mere, to hreakc5 !G.t of the year fcc travellicg free dferest fart tf
killed; i iaebriited Iers and selves for further aa aLuiice with- tolerates
0. rhKh the
principal fctrag i duty.I lie atfeal sad Courts
the Democratic party ifj*Tfat itttKt\v. ccm- (ce Are vt only capable of apprehesdicr csrr.eht Stare to ; for at the S rig
took 20 prisoner*. The Mexicans had two Ii I Live the h'.aor to be your most cbt. ser l/tn'd tit ttrenzth of thr .1 Iil MIi..tI. the HTncProrito / ; ', and cwt rcjari u enesie(* all who happen slightest co nectioa with avowed eai&e Ter=J tie J euple ire BtiversaiJy ergazrd with their

pieces of art.i.'err; with; them one brass 12pounder vant. men the.J.iti- IT ar-ilet "c-.!((", tf the L- We do oct cna ta say that tie South cay cccSdeitly -
net to breathe the sate arxacphere with; ti '- crrj*. and tie c"t!of >aveyar, at best bad,at
.' and tie oiler I G. of the sarr.e metal. A. M. TRUIT, Commanding, T. C. rcfoto party, and If came pmrfrfttl rnou'h etrmpletfly rely upcn tie whole cf either party at the di
We thi rclt be kd fee travel land
I orerthr-ne the szee.then, that rich a cours' would be both UD- tasca are to by ;
Gen. Rea nnied!! o-jt of Pu lla it tie head J. J. ABEECROSBIE, A. A. G. Vera Crn.I lo ugvMCrary. North. Bet we do cat that if w e are to isok there
S. TEe result has been that the Wbigs bait control vie and ic tl tic; but when we do artually fee aid by wivr. in cecseque&re cf tie distance and
of a prettv con'iArable force and was awaiting I for help! me cast look alone to the deoocrattc
cf the Srate. party.
tGoT. such a C-lfJe adopted, and publuly J avowed refusals particularly ta accccct cf the uncertainty ef this
: at the Pmal the approach of Gen. Lan, From the Hikinfr Dtmarrat. This the sins* of the tines cxupesttouV.y l ic-
ta extend confidence c ade by Southern sea ant by cede cf traveUicr at any season ccaveyaacc is always
whose flanks and rear the Mexicans are re. TIlE 1IERKIMER ABORTION. Shook and the 'Iuaot Proviso. dicate. How many of the members of Ccncre
Southern what hall we ? Is it too to be avcided, net mentioning tie danger altendact -
: ported to have been incessantlr hrra.Jnnut,1"e ; ;.- As there is always great inquiry made to Oor neighbor cf the Sentinel need co lender be ina presses say from the tree State voted arainst the Proviso at the thereon the Fan
at tie
harsh to that interests cad to bow ta : Terms equinoctial
'. know and confident that tho' ascertain the nuqjt of fog boat tbe position of Gov. Snr>Koa the Proviwquestion. fay ocr are '
we are >er persons attending last session: Bet IT, and cf these not one wa a
'three of aDd that studied efforts forthto gales, crnl at tat sean cf tie year, make Inn
party are put
S the Mexicans should! rn-j deeeite the people ? We ihirk not aDd hencewe linr, either by Land cr waer to this part of Florida
.. ..; .. the amount of that which it is reported that I to be rather precise on this point for the ia the free States Proviso mm nay be very ; from free Satoted against the sane icjqoitou'
have of the which has beenpumed uncertain, di cslt, and dargrreas: And whereas
,; they have, yet Gen. Lane, tbe Buena Vista information of our friends abravh We counted connendabie, but there is too each evidence in tbe complained coarse oeascre, every one of whoa wa a democrat. In I
ia sections of the the tie Jodes are to racoavrBieDce
by whig pet treat ,
; ;. hero will! extricate himself: with honor and |t them all several times and our statement way for him to racceed. Tb Philadelphia .\orlh many caoatry addition to this, since Congress ha adjcarsed. convention eipesse
: and more recently by ocr neighbor of the aadancertai&ty iacca oeneeastoarnirixrg intime
I glory from their midst and will form a junction may be relied on as strictly correct. First, American coaclasiielj settles the qcestioa so far u press cf both political; parties have been held
SmilltThis has hint sf and to hold Court law and the
hornet as
cat ,
.. with his General! unscathed by tbe ordeal I we will 1i fIhe entire number of persons Gov. SHr. E and the recent suction in Pennsylvania put caused and the democrats either reject the Proviso by direct prescribed by people
bin cf" and to the inconvenience and cf his anini.as
of passing through the soldiers! of Santa Anna present, of all!1 shades and complexions of par. u concerned. It say the extension of*!lavery "'ITOJ to accue cs audacity, o CD.s vote or lay it upon the table while the whigs ; uncertainty ,
this ii aotbicz but froth it hat not and shall net di- pass well also tie expense arid Ios cf time, in case ie
and Rejes. ties. the isu; sndthereiqsnmebirinefabc coEtenpii- it with great aaanisoity. To doubt these indications
a from We .C1 tell the editorof should not from tie fact for instance
arrive ef be-
*ert us our ,
purpo i
The decree by wbcb; it was ordained that Armed by the midnight train on Mondayevecioz ble in the coone of 31r. AVino! and his nerds who would be stupidity-bet to deliberately} assert that
: that print. however, that there are some in the i leg compelled: to alternate,the tern Jadge beizg tie
: Mr. Pena j Pena should take charge of the 12 f..r party purposes, gave their infloence a&J votes to there is no difference between then-that both
Arrived ( the Southern wirg cf hit own act altogether free 1 parties Judce of, and resident in, the West era 6r other
rem eat on Tuesday by the party any
: supreme power, in conjunction with two associates the tfarrr candidate, (Gor. Shcnk.) and now clan; are against us-if bare-faced hypocrisy and deceptioa. .
noon: train 1')) from distrust ca this vital questioa. Where stands Circuit : \adviereas,this meeting heIie'ri& .Item
has been and Santa Anna hast be the friends cf the which
repealed, Arrived ( Utica and t to preposition wa* original .
roo west.CD Tuesday the cumber from the metropolitan district i ia od! their experience cf two flat frcn tie
j: again'been: called upon to auume the reins of forenoon-extra tr.jn, 100 !} in nt tance. iLade by Mr. Jefferson and Las I vein rca-
:. if it be calL.nl and the the rnrular: from the of \irgiaia, JOHN MI OR Borne .' tiLe cnd eOO"; The Prediction I liar geographical formation: ; acd situation cf this
By tra.a
4 goterbment, can one, noon : weston cow but one reproach-thU it bears the Race cee way tlnJg are Verified.
command of the Toe-iay, rear ij tea frr a Southern t.te!ciaa ? Will it do for the South State and from the very snail or few facilities fez
amy. % whose vote and voice hueits the bcr.roftria1, Every body knows that the wbi s are
c \ Citizen t f the tc-wa a.d county c.( iierLi- ta fcilow in the path be narks o't.' Would it be becccung certain and expedlticos travelling ia tie same, tie
.j General PareJes is in Tulancingo, endeav. it. Medea Lu been described as j
Cc; given against ay- anous fcr their pretiictioas. They are the only
jre.enl. 2'J
: orin;, and with some success it appears, to in* her roeeny and : ';their palpitatio; tiC', andzcitv" to ask hm his pcsiticn ia reference to I prophet cf cur tide and, unfortunately for the altercating system is highly prejudicial to the best
I the Fronts m all JI pleases t WocU it be audac.t interest cf tie people,and perplexing and bcrthec.-
establish his monarchical lie has of Grand tc.tal
: 42 in divert their atteiiicaa&d
sjstem. the path cf her purser to : peace of cea'f mind*, they are rUT moth after the
.; ", late received some very important converts to What portion oftbf'ie four hundred and six. secure ber escape XT. Wilnct! has thus in a.ain to isk the Gretaborccgh (N. C.) Pat- father Miller order. They content tkeia--elve with some to tie Jcizw,particularly: 10 in,aad in respect

: his political principli !\ ty-two were mn who pretend to act with the Pe&rm Itania taenjiced the au.'e he afrcta ta father trwt a like qvestioa : Without stopping to answer little less than the destruction cf the earth. Their to, tie Southern Judicial Circuit : And whereas.it
Valencia is his hacienda democratic these queries, we refer the Sentinel to two articles i is generally believed that the people cf the different
General "
at passing party, it would Le difficult to say.But a&d fcr a similar motive cry is ruin! lain !' The industry cf the i i.
.- k away his time as agreeably as he can taking Ibis; we do know ; that of tbe 12 who arrived I in this day's J-aper where the postion: ct one of the to be ruined trade i* to be ruined our armies country are to Circuits as well as these ia tie Southern Circuit

$ too in the national affairs. We Bishop OoJeriolLL. I whig candidates for Speaker cf ti e next Hose of haTe experienced &any cf the evils rf tbe alternating
part abolitionists
,. sup. OT Monday evening seven were be ruined the character of our country is to be ruined
_ : : I pose he is only abiding hi* time. returning from their national convention There ii no probability that th'i rjspe&ded prelate Representatives 1r. Born, aDd of the paper referred -everything that a democrat tcucbe cr handle is systen; and as it is fie desire of this meeting

:; General! Bravo is in Mexico quiet, and on at BarTtlo, who staid over at this pace! to will be restored. The entire matter has been-ccs- to. nay be seen, the erst (rom the Charleston to be rained 'Miller was for ruining the world-the t: harmonize with the different wctMBs. ( the State

parole. bear Mr. Wilmot. Of the delegation of one milled to the Howe of Hlshcp; who have made a _'.ne.. and the second from the Faleiph Standard. whip licit themselves to ruining their own conctrv.Miller upon this subject, and believing that the ends of
Th semblance of the Mexican Government But ne Deter intended to male such intimationas public justice and the constitution, as well as the
S hundred from the east, eight were musicians, report i ia the premises, which is thus ipciea of by any wu general in bis predictions is the country .
; met According to appointment at Queretaro, 'I who having been hired for the occasion, the New York Courier and Enquirer: that altrl Cre-J to UJ bl the Sentinel"and no such cf their own homes which the whip particular timely execution of tie law. can be zavre satisfactorily

on the 5th. but there not being any thing like could scarcely be included in the count, al. At soon aa the canon placiaz the power to r cit intimation!can be pointed to in any thing we have ize. Miller exhorted to the i acccnplished by abolishing tie alternating system

a quorum present, nothing was d.>ne. 'though the same rule would doubtless excludea or midify such a sentence( as his in the House cf, said on the subject. We hate from time to time avowed repentance- whigs and adopting one cf Circuit Judges stationary
s threaten with Thee
.j; f. Peace is as far off as ever, the feelings of large share of tbe delegation they escorted. Bishop bad become a law by the action of both our belief that there was tiC dif rerace of o- veageaace. are some of the within their respective Circuits, and that this is tie
", elected ballot differences between ocr modern prophets. But in
.p S tbe people! are Raid to be most strenuously opposed Of the one hundred and fifty from the west, Houses, brou'ht a in a report of recocnendinc.unaniciously fire &*hop ty ,I pinion in the South on the Proviso-tbat we were a one particular they are remarkably alike-their opinion of the great body of the people of the Sh' .

.1 to any compromise with the North Americans about one hundred were from the city of Uii- that the Bi boi" has leave to withdraw Us paper: *." unit so f& as opposition to the principle contained are never verified and in this little prediction and especially ia regard to lie ScvtiernCircuit: ca
circumstance -
I'- :,' ; in fact, the hostility which exists a. ca. most of whom are personally known to us, The report went largely and ably l i into the reasons for in the PIOilO"as concerned; but we have intimated ; this subject we cnite with tie pecplc of tie State

: '.I gain 'UI in the interior towns, cities and vil. and enables us to say positively that at least rejecting bit demand. Anotz others it is stated that for the sake ot patty tutu**, the whip of we must find acme comfort for our troubled! generally, and inviting; their roc ralka with cs
that there believe l that be had repented Ipin Is-
: lag s:l reported to be of tbe most bitter kind. one-third were whigs and abolitionists and a was no reason to the South might be induced to take a position on the specially in regard !* tie Southern Circuit: Therefore
of that ot which he bad been found guilty,
It i* amusing to see bow these prediction are disposed
Th other l leading men and generals have few reliable democrats who came down to and tbit until there should be received from bin an platform with Mr. BoTn.wirha c.odificatioo which ,
of by their author As to the ruin which tbe
., gone Tor the most part to Cuernaraca in the reconnoitre the camp of the traitors. Of the ample confection of mitt and satisfactory profession would incorporate the views cf Mr. Bxiatcx as contained Be it RejcJrtd, That our Senator and Rtpreseaa-

Terra'Caliente.: two hundred present from this town and county of repentance, restoration was impossible. The report in his resolutions. On this point, we asked tariff was to engulpb us in, they say it is all leek Live in tie General Assembly cf the State cf florida
I I went further and airctd at impre. iazoa the that we have not felt it yet. Well be it We
t Tb4 Alabama left Tampico an the 22d, and every one will concede our fairness whenwe of for the petition of our neighbor, and the reader of ose their influence and best nertiocs to rK as act
mind of Bishop OoderdriV tbat since; the odke a
Cii only that wise lack which cake
Krazos Santiago on the 24th inst. At the latter say thai at least seventy-five were whigs Bishop was given bin, not for his sale but tbe goodof both prints know the dignified, satisfactory reply we say i very a passed, at the ensuing session of that body repealing J.

: '& -. place she lay 21 hours during a gale, with. abolitionists and there was about thirty of the Church there was cctain; left to him but the received. Bat we have already made this prelate law to suit the condition of the times. It is luck too, tie law cospellia the Ciicait Judges to alternate -
.: with the bare I. I lejal cf restored and no which relieve us from tbeir prediction about a failure
out communication shore. Being reliable democratic citizens possibility" being
.. our present as too extended, and we will now as briefly as possible and establishing the system U Circuit Jadge
.:. short wood inch possibility u should be the basis in bis mind of of revenue. True they nid revenue would falloff
of the fur Galveston where
ran witnesses to the treason.
and notice aa article in the Sentinel of thi week oa the stationary within their respective C' .
the arrived bbls. any expectation. The report was.-ery strong ; from the first but since that wa found net to
the 25th and took in 500
on If asked candid
we were our opinion as to this We readers will follow
--0 we trust will be considered as terminating un same subject. hope our o* Be further Retched, That oar Se&ator aad Representative -
?- : of coat, !leaving the same evening for this port. the whole number disorganizing democrats bappcase. along through as we are necessarily obliged to be come true to their notion, why, it suddenly becomes in General Assembly convened if they
She weather from the The the retolotioa sixteen- to s.x. very obvious that the result for a at least would (
; experienced very rongh present at this Stale 3fa<* Contention, to get vote on wa-s lengthier than usual this week. year
The fix : the who on the not hate been otherwise than increase i cannot get aa act passed repealing tie alternating
F : Northeast during the entire passage. which the at tbe capital have lav.isbed were precisely same Bishops aa of revenue.
up apostates trial l voted not fuilry.! Two r.ilbo who would We are accused of misrepresent ion when we say Here arises another system) use their i influence and best endeavors tget
The U. S. 6 strikicg to Father
steam Ashland
propeller days
much time nd char.
; so : extra
; (
money absent,
certainly! have vo'ed with the iii'een were
that is be Northern the
mere reliance to placed an act passed repealing alternating sjstra
Miller. Like him. when their fails
.t I from Brazos into Galveston in distress prophecy they
put pea) we say there were not exceeding viz : Buhop* Smith and Potter. present the vote
Democrats this than Northern in the Southern Judicial Circuit and establishing
; t! with IG, cabin passengers and 50 sick and digcharged thrre hurulrtd and ibis is conceding that would have been IV to 6." on question upon postpone the disastrous event awhile,to rectify some
: toUiets! who were transferred with there were neither; whig nor abolitionists in Whigs. W IJ.aU we need say here in reply is.that miscalculation which brought the lime a little ear that of a Circuit Judge stationary within the Cir

: J Brazos The U. S. An Eloquent Vindication. i if there i* any faith to be put in tbe action*of parties would have it cuit. -
Alabama. fixed
.; .A :: the mail to the the eastern delegation, which we much Her than the true reckoning at.
:. .:" :. transport steamer New Orleans, after being doubt jtidging from the complexion of I he western We quote. (say she Richmond Enquirer,) the a,* m!ltd in C
;, .:. detained 16 days at Tampico, went out on the dt"It" arinn. following remarks from the Philadelphia North the people of tbe South nay rely upon what has we have been led aside from the particular prophecy in General Assembly convened are required -

,: Vera Cruz. General Federal because been claimed for Hoe Northern deIDocrac!. We do which it to notice. Our readers will and hereby specially i instructed, to vole f
21st, proceeded to It was unquestionably the most insignificant American a leading paper,not only was our design

\ .. Patterson was to I leave fur the interior about and abortive affair ever dignified with the tie it removes the alarm which some have felt in regardto not altogether depend on what is said by democrat probably remember that several months since Waddy no mm'fcr the oCce of Jud :e e/ the SflBlkera Cir-;
either. We hearken to the deep tones ol the voiceof nit, who is not at the time a resident citizen cf said
three da letters in
failure reference
)s, te! of State Mass Conrnt on. Chagrined at the effect of the British upon our own Thompson published some to

It will be remembered that at our last accounlssome their shrunken and impotent proportions, those commercial affair*, bat becave it fully admit thai Daniel Webster, a* be dictate to the whig of i Mexico which were much boded by the whip a* Circuit.Be .

apprehensions were felt for a sent seemed determined to make up in tbe the Federal prest. with all its mighty effects, has a- Massachusetts the policy to be pursued by them containing the views ot one whose opportunities cf further Retoletd. That the thanks ot this

':- small party of Texan Rangers. Hour these bitterness and malignancy of their scurrilous bandoned the empty game of ruining" this great There is no doubt," says he. bet that the general personal observation entitled them to more than ordinary meeting are tendered to oar Senator the Hon. R. D-

:: rangers acquitted themselves the above r letter attacks npon the democrat party and its can. country. The c. British Tariff of 1&46, the protectionists ease of the loco foco party of the North ia against weight. Well among other things, be predicttd Bradley. for the effort be made in the last Assembly

I : from oar correspondent at Vera Cruz tells.! didat,. what they lacked in numbers. They' contended, wu to desolate the whole .the Wilmot Prn Jo.- Now,what is this opinion of tbat it woald take at the very least thirty to repeal alternating system and to elect a Judge

r shameless labor of irs reward Mr. Daniel Webster based upon ? There most have soldiers into for the Southern Circuit t. who is a citizen resident
: The Gpnlus' of Liberty the 19th publishes freely avowed their designs upon : country strip prostrate agriculture thousand to go the city of Mexico.

4 the following' official report, furnished by Capt : the deruocr'aiictkket. clip the wing of commerce extinguish the been some evidence, some data, some fact, for him Recently this gentleman' predictions have been paraded therein. J. DARLING

fire of the the revolution of the to go upon, or he would not have made so positive a the National Chairman of Cecmi"On -
ti; Trait $f the Texas Rangers to Gen. PaUIr.t. stop spinning by Intelligencer remarkable Jor
on, derailing the events that occurred in his Queen }Victoria.The rumor gains credence jenny-in a word, eopU lorevw the various interests declaration. He tells a* iq the same speech of one their correctness and Mr. Thompson himself claims motion, the foregoing preamble and resolotxzs

in circles of the highest authority of the symptoms of ; all It fact which t. his mind was conclusive. He says. were unanimously adopted by the meeting.On .
1 recent ipedition against the guerrillas : cor confederacy. Xtftat wa to that they have been verified. But, what do they say
of insanity having been manifested by make America the degraded slave and vassal of Eag 'I the proceeding of the late Massachusetts taco to ten instead of thirty thousand men taking the city 2 motion Ur. J.Darling resumed his potiti ss .
j ; ij&A AJtTEas Texas CAVALXY, her The well known of her Contention is this Anotherfact
majesty. liability satisfactory on Tucker
land,humbly obeying: ber dictation,and exhaustingher Why, it was a miracle The astounding act they Secretary of the meeting, and Mr. P-T.
Vera Cruz Oct. 15. lo this cruel malady strengthens the two be cited in the letter of the HOD.
rj1 Camp near : family own resource*to fill British coffer*. Have not or might cannot account for in any way. Therefore it being ; Secretary pro leta., was appointed Assistant Secretary
SIR In with instructions from \ probability of this report.- {Correspondence James Buchanan, and in the speeches of the Hon.
'iM t conformity all the* prediction been Btterry falsified 1 See the a sevens, the prediction stands good. True. ten of the same.

4t1 Major ;en. Patterson, I took up the line of of the Courtier des Etats Unis. striking language 'o( the North American.which, I, Geo. M. Dallas, aDd in the proceeding(Democrat thousand men took the city, bat who bad thought Oa motion of JIltS 1C. Bate, Eiq.. Sheriff cf

1, march it 6 o'clock on the morning of the 13th Money Lent at the Card TaMe not Jfeoxv while making a feeble blow at Democratic policy, ic Convention in other States, a* well as in the as- until this event that Protestant were allowed to Benton County

4q1 inst. at the head of 119 'men, including' ; offi.cere erable -In tbe Court of Common Pleas yesterday virtually confesses that Ttrlf and its party have been tonishing! unanimity there seems to be among tbe perform miracles! This J* the way whip oppose Resolved Jy Of meeting sosesntMiu/jr, Thai the

I composed detachments from compan.ies a verdict was rendered in the case of guilty of tM most arrant huabag and imposture ever democratic newspapers at the North-only three of the present tratioo. Driven from point to proceedings ot the meeting be signed by tie Cbair--

i E, J. aod K, directing my column upon William White 1"'. Asaph E. Buss. It was a attempted upon an intelligent people neil/. any standing being found willing to trample on oar I point,they still take some new position until at last ed man to sad our Secretaries Senator and that Representative eopj of.,and beie"shotS we

J.iM the Mexico road to tbe distance of about thir. demand for '2-10 money lent ; and it appear. Cairo our own :J rights and hazard the Union to wit : theN. Y.Post, they are forced to rely upon lueJk and miraflet! They floridian and Sentinel s wspapers printed U the W,

Li'i teen miles when J made a deflexion to the ed that the money was borrowed at a card table We [the nation] are ticker (Ion we ever were the Albany Atlas, and the Chicago Democrat. All have two lessons learn-fii t. to place more confidence of Tallahassee sskfNews, Jaekjonvilk, iar r-Wi-

left, taking a path tending iu the direction of white the parties wore engaged in play before. We may, doobtl***,expect each Incowvenienrc these (1Iff' were so overwhelming to tbe mind of in the people next to have more coafidtnce'inov catioa.On -

: :- the Orizaba road I moved steadily and silently) ing. Under instructions of tM court, the ju. as alwaj s beppcAS to lUae who deal with cw Mr. Webster that be was constrained to admit tbat soldiers. mot_.tke vesOssj sdjeoood 9mt *-

tooxn,u der.. s1ty. Bat tu ruin ot Encliihnerch __________ .. HWN.
tz over a bouotrj covered by a luxuriant under. ry returned a special verdict for the defendant tiM,.otrallitllle of the party against tt.Yet A WM.L:
is not ewruin kad. vaiveecrssh in
J growth* Five miles from the Mel coroad.beadancq ( upon the ground) that the money was lent as England i4s, itvolving even asmpeoaioa; specie pay- iaipn.itioatotbiswefindtheeditorotb. Sw- Jfmdam RatelL Tt* trial of this notorious woo JOA.LIJI.8 '" -"

( guard rncotereiiaMexiau officer stated abore.-Bxion Pftt. rornts, wooH not ncccssariTy involve Her ea- | ,taU decluirf us fvflr of mureprt f station tvr waj j IIUD it tbo spoken of by the N.Y. Conespoadeatel P.T.Tvcz.za.jsrn' ..

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.rr... ik Charleston ""m,. hands over the Ohio Senator 'bat.was left of From.the Richmond jwri V Jewelry

-.. MR. BOTTS AND THE PROVISO AGAIN. that "hutyptate! of soup," and burns the hon ** Will the Enquirer favor us with the evidences Btatei. REPAIRED. i

!1t'Ie article!* few days ince, we con libeller's mouth with it, in the following style : that Pennsylvania, by m-electing Mi. TOWE t MYERS, kivjng secured the services 1

In an anfeditorial of the Boston All "No I public sentiment is not to be created Shunk, has repudiated the Wilmot! Pryil t o experieoied "orli.wbtf will attend tothe ,
of Wllc ,
located ; repairing exclusively
i, upon We have How does such assumption tally with tbe
that the Hon. John or animated by falsehood. not profaned an
wbich it WM ;pledged arc prepared to do all work their line of b".inn
'11e In Soul of when a candidate last your temples, nor abused your women, fact.,that Wilmot him.selftook the stump in favor ted//and promptly. i

M. for, Congre8s Virginia was interrogated whetl nor seized your property, as they would hue Shunk? Would he have done.sobs November 6, 1b47. 16

CtI gpring the latter been to his famous Proviso t
he would rote for a Wilmot Prorjso Whig you believe. I opposed WILL be nOered for sale, Aoctinn. ofl thd' 7th I
1CI er President, should he be nominated by the Which was right! Scott in Mexico, or No one can believe it in the face of the fact, of.March, 1849., a t the Cdunty Site of U.S.Mno.

I- for Contention and that Mr. Bolts de Corwin in Washington 1 that Mr. Wilmot has recently attended the Benton County Est Florida, several tracts of Lan ,

- National\ doubttoucbing Herkimer Convention in New York, for the in Township 2i 19, and in Township 24RangeSl. -, H
We expressed a
IIf' that be wpuld. .
( the truth ol( this allegation, and some QUARTERLY DirAaTwtsT. 30. 19-11. express purpose cooperating with the supporters On the 14lb day of March, at the Court House'of TW pursuaftce d' law I, JAME POLK, President .
" it ). of that measure in the Empire State.1 Marion Coiinfr. tracts in I of the United Sat. Amerca, da hereb
what foundation res the sundry
':It.t curiosity; to learn upon The receipts into the Treasury during Township declare and make sales wi .

:e ed. The Richmond Enquirer after quoting quarter ending the 30th of Sept., 1847, wen -Mi. 4' 13 13., Range.. 21 20,. be held at the undermentioned Land Offices in the QMC T CHATTAflOOCmi?; S %

'0 our remarks proceeds as follows : as nearly as can now be ascertained : inform the Whig that our opinions 14, 21, STATE OF FLORIDA, at th prio. b.rel ae.. be carried in TWO HORSE COACHES', .

.. 64 For the information, of the News we will From customs $11,070,00!) are to a certain extent based upon the 14, 33. mentioned, to wit : WILL 1st Nov'r. Will leave Quincy,

:. to the facts of the case. In the ". lands 632,73 course of the newspaper press in Penhlfl1 Trans:-One-fourth cash, the balance in Ihre At the Laid Office at ST. AtGUS1N com Tuesdays and Saturdays,at 6 o'clock. P. M..arrive I

a refer briefly Mr. Botts was called miscellaneous 1:i,670 ia, which the Whig will scarcely deny give. equal annual instalments, with interest in advance rtencing on Monday, the dy at Chattahoocbie same days, 10 o'clock, P. M., in
congressional canvass loanoflS40: 111.001 Whil Or if any purchasers should prefer to pay all ca!h. next, for the disposal of tbe pdblic lan. within the time to take the Mail Boat for Apalachicola. Leave

upon to say whether he would support any. .. loan of 1S47 :J,1l':700: some indication of pblic in sentient which five per cent will b deducted from the credit alnent undermetiont townlbip and Iarl tf townships, Chattahoochie Wednesdays and Sundays,at I, P. M., :
who sanctioned the Wilmot Prtriso. Democratic paper ". : arrive
for office every Quincy same days, 6 o'clock. P. M. Fare, A
e $17,174,131 have sustained tbe anti-Provi Lists of the particular be had ; SouiA of the tout line and Bait bf the prineipameridian. .
In a letter from him published by us at we een, boldly tracts Can by apply $2 W. T. D. WILSON, 3.
a whicl Mm so views of Messrs. Buchanan and Dallat, ing to any ot the Post Muter In Benton or Marion ; Proprietor.
the folUwing, ,
that time, he employs The expenditures during the same period the the raised thanti.aavery County, or they Will be furnished.if applied for, by Fractional townlhij twenty, of range thirtyoneTownships I',. B. Pfivale/ confranU can btf procured at any '
ne taken in connection with all the facts, fully Whig press on contrary, letter addressed to"The STATE KCGIS. (except section six,seven, time.
the deduction of the Boston Atlas : were- flag, and made the Wilmot Proviso TEE, plt.pai :" II eighteen nineteen, 'thirty and thirty-one,) and fifty. November MSll! 16 2mL.&H.GREENBERa&CO
! justifies the candidate of tbe Civil miscellaneous and foreign intercourse a prominent issue. Philadelphi; JOHN FLlrIA. Register */ seven; and sections tine, two, three, four, five, six. .
& U'I expect to votfl>r candidate $1,120,453 COn North American dealt out Te daily Public Lands of the State of Florida.'Tallahassee seven, eight! nine, ten, elevens, fifteen, seventeen,

Whig party,against any and all the account of the army. it atack. Not. ll, IS4?. 11 eighteen, nin.teen. twenty twenty-one, and twenty. .
If of the Locofoco party, and trill girt no plfdgethai. &.c., SVsrf.406 27 upon the slave power, whose grasping ambition 0- The following papers will plea-publish the I two. in township fifty-eiKht of range thirty-eight. Still continue at tbelr old stand,
,' .. .. Indian Depart. it argued, would be ministered to bytbe< Townships fifty-fi ve,fifty-six,(except ,) ',
will ; of this privilege. Sup-{ above three moth!, and send their trcotlnts to thi lf0n one Corner of and Jefferson Streets .
'I.S deprinne for example, who(like ment 091,795, 05; election Governor Shunk. In a word, it contended Sate Register,viz: The Florida Herald, St. AUgus. and fny..nen.(except electionS twenty-five,twentysix 1THEREtheycrenowopeninatheirFALL.oo ANti :
M. Clajton, ..
John fortifications 109,155: 00 ,twenty-sevefltwenty-eighf. ,tbirtv,
pose that the of the hue; News at Jacksonville ; Argtts, Ocala ; Savan twenty-nine .
success Democracj I' WINTER of ENGLISh
to supply
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all other Northern men) is opposed, equally pensions :; 3,33J 36 rah Republican and Georgian.; Charl<.'ton Mcrcur thirty-one,thirtytwo.thlrtythree.thirtyfour.thirtyfive FRE'Cl
the bumUi
e the 1O. 70fjn G) would present Peons)Ivania as and of GERMAN AND DRE
with to giving aid to, ei and Courier the Standarjand the thirty-six) range thirty.nine. GOD
as ; ; ,Raleigh
interference ;
n should be the candidate .. .. navy 2.3S4.S05 45 slave to Southern dictation. The course of the Columbus Times. rtgis.er Sections one, to three, four, five, six,twelve Rich blk Silk.Uro. de Rhine every
o tension of slavery, Polk the aa interest&.C.,on public debt 11.GS7 49 Messrs. Dallas and Buchanan was an o ei *.* The Grorala. Copied the above thirt.en. twenty-four, and twenty-6t.e, in description of colored and fancy Silks,Parisian Plai X
and !Mr.\ Jimmy paper no towD.bip Striped and Printed Cashmere Plain and 'I
of the Whig and intereston fifty-five, and fractional Cotrl
party 'a aa redemption ot township -
and unequivocal attack the Wilmot fro lice, are particularly requested to change(the time otale .
the br upon French and Silk
candidate for the other party-dcwi treasury nott'S. 612,501 G3 correspond with this notice. sections two. three, four five, and six,) on"Biscayrie MeninoPlainStriped wove Alpac.ca&c.
J ok to pledge myself to vote for viso. Mr. Dallas at Pittsburg stood up fo-thrights Bay," of range forty.Fractionattownshipfifty.fiye. ;
quirer expect $14,700,139 89 of the South-and the Whig A great variety of French, English, end American '
1s Mr. Polk I It U certainly a very modest request majrily City Hotel, Tallahassee. on Biscayne Bay, CalicoesandGinghams
in the stronghold of Alleghany! of range (forty-one. ;
., but I would see them in-.o\braham's R. J. WALKER, N OflCE.-1 have to inform my friends and thf< At the Land Office at commencing Worsted Plaids of ditlrentstyJes and qualities;
bosom first.*" Secretary of the Treasury. heavily reduced. Mr. Lcbanan's l Idler ir patrons of this house.that I have leaded it.anc on Monday, the NEWNANSILLE Shawls of every description color and quality ;

It is certainly a matter of surprise to us tbat: favor of the Missouri Compromise sod the that it wilt hereafter! be conducte by WILLIAM. ary next, for the disposal of the public lands wilhii I Swiss, Jaconet, Cambric, Tarlfton! and Cross Bar .

t should have takenpoition a FINANCES. election ofGovernorShunk, was specially! ad HEMINGWAY, Esq., many years beet the undermentioned townships and of town I Muslins;
Southern politician THE with the first claM Hr.tels at'tluNorth. parts Silk Thread and Linen Bohirf and of
any t new style
connetP tils!
. dressed to the Democracy of Old Iferks, and | :
in rie\vto the feeling:; of the Treasurer .
hostile our the
so It appears by the statement recently trom American Hotel in New York Muslin edging:
South the bate line
and East the
and the best interest of the South ; and of*ti ill which we publish this day, that the ne tht noble county gave a majority 'krger than Believing he wil keep an excellent hou!eand !preno of meridian. ef prineipa Kid, Cashmere, Silk and \\oollen Glovei.for. L>die4
that before. The opinions of those distinguished exertion: to mike his guests l comfortable and Gentlemen I
surprise, that one occupying balance in cash in the Treasury is 84,835,000 ever expense Townships twenty-one, and twenty-two, of rang ; .
greater Democrats wue fully carvassed over I recommend the houe to my friends and the nineteen. Silk, W ollen and Cotton Stockings for do.:
ground should have been returned Congm Upon inquiry, it appears that the amount of, THOMAS Linen .
public. CROWN.loy.mber Cambric IWkf. plain and J? S, fair priced;
\ 1 It ; the State the Whigs denonnciitf and theDemocrats Townships twenty-one, ( section one,
district of irginla.ii be in i is except
from the metropolitan the loan and treasury notes yet to paid 1.181". 10' (tim twelve, thirteen fourteen, twenty. handsome: Silk Cravats, French Needlework Cola.and

no wonder, as the Enquirer says, that tha near JOOOOOO-making.: in all,of cash that sustaining them -andthe splendid f'I'lr and twenty-five.) and twenty-three twenty-two, of Capes; S

I election should have been claimed by the enernies could !be used before the meeting of Congress, Democrdtic triumph cannot bu'be regarded CITY HOTEL twenty. range farage!for Dee do. Green; :

of the South; as evidence apathy to our nearly ten millions of dollars. But to thi a a vindication of their broadand national Ton"hip twenty-two and twenty-three, of range Splendid Ribbons; of Hat, Cap and Sjtin colored

righu. should be added, probably, 84,000,000 of ac views.It ,Tu, The Enqu-r has our thanks for its infmroation cruing revenue up to that date from Customs, is true, that Mr. Wilmot, fho like Ero Ton"bip twentytwo and twenty-three o rang* Linen Damask, and Damask Table Covers; .

although \,. could have wished it of;a lands, :Mexican tariff &c., and wn have the tratus of old, will gain the ulenviable notoriety At the Land Office at TALLAh1ASSEeothmen. I >>yles.Towel Diapers tc.;

more( agreeable charactb. For Mr. Botts, so sum $14,000,000 applicable to the expendi of having his name connected with a TALLAHASSEE, FfiORIDA. fin? on Monday the seventh day of February next, Rich '.Wool Coats ant Cap.:. _
kno\ Govirnor hunk and for the of the lands within the A large assortment of brown Sheeting, Shifting;
and pleasantly u to history atfce did sustain disposal public un-
curiously tures for the month preceding the apprbachin firebrand. the management of this Hotel the undlr.ignldwi""e Striped Shirtings and Hoiriespuh*; 23
quandom bed-frllow of" Captain John Tj' shall at one aid) the same time. IN his exertions his d.rmentione townships and parts of townships,viz: Broadcloth! Cawimers
session Congress; thusprovingthat we best to please guests base line and West the principatmeridian. ,, Kerseys. LintY! Striped )
ler," whom he tried to head," but failed i in not be out of funds at that date. Admitting that his district tded his own sentiments lie public for their pztronage. ef and Plaid Satinett, JeanTweed.,Red and While 7

, the attempt, we do hope (and it is disinteresl We also call attention to the official state on that question, ve can well subtract WILLIAM HEMINGWAY. Fractional township two, northeast of Forltllrnt FlannelTickingscolored Cambnics.wi'h! a large a a
November let, 1S47. 16 Gm assortment of Trimmings, fancy Good. Perfumery
ed on our part)that the Wilmot men, should went published above, of the receipts and ex the majority from the nineteen thousand ... Herald, St. Augustine; Gazette, Newport; ; of range one. Cutlpry,&c. All of winch will be sold

they ever have It in their power to reward hierricet ., penditures for the last quarter. This is the majority for Shunk, and stil show a brilliant Advertiser,Apalachicolaand Democrat and Gaule. Fractional of township two. one, northeast of Forbes'grnt !low (or at their store in this place,also at

will g he him-a place in the f>mcumtrcahh &. first quarter of the first fiscal year under the victory. But we are far fom conceding that I 'ensjcola.! will please publish and send bi" to tLe ; Fractional range sections three four, nine ten, four- their store in Monticello. .
This is all we can ask for him, Mr. Wilmol had the to convince even hotel 1 ( payment. October 30, 1S47. 15
tariff*f 184G. The receipts 'from all source pr o teen and fifteen, in a former Indian reserve,and sections '

and quite as much as they should give. during this quarter, it will be seen, are 17,. his constitutents superior merits nf GEORGIA HOUSE twenty-Seven, twenty-eight, thirty-two, and .
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the Proviso ; '
t 174,130: and the total expenditures for the against theunlnwerLle arguments
From the Raleigh Standard. of Forbes' grant, and township three west of the received per the last arrivals 5 doz._CItt
TIlE PATRIOT AND MR. WEBSTER. same quarter, $14,700,139 69-thus sliowin; Messrs. Dallas and Buchanan, whose Apalachicola river of range eight. J and Glazed Caf. for Gentlemen Boy, new f

i an excess of receipts over expenditures for tha joint talents and influence are certainly equalto Fractional townships three(except the sonthwest tvlej, which wi mid f erv low. .

The last Greensborough Patriot, in reply to quarter of 82,473,991. If however, we deduct those of:Mr. Wilnot. The Whig asks, fraction of section thirty-one,) and 'rcionaltown- L. &H. GREENBERG &CO. .

. questions, put to that paper by the Staudard, the proceeds (as well at payments) from whether Mr. Wilmtf! would have supported .hip four west of a' Chippola Lake, (except (rae. October 30. 1S47. 1: ______
mark boldly in favor of Daniel TALLAHASSEE \. tional sectional sections six, seven and
comes to the FLORI.THE thirty-one)
up loans and treasury notes from each column respectively Gov. Shunk, unless he had known him to be .
and Northern Whig allies. Hear of range nine.Frcional Dr. J. H. Scaled, .
Webster have taken the house
r it will leave the receipts for the a Proviso man ? With equal force we mijhtask under.ige. DEMILLY and o- sections twenty-two, twenty-three and SURGEGON
what it says: $11,918,420, and the expenditures whether Messrs. Buchanan and Dallas havitig put wenty-four, on the main land, in township two of DENTIST
'* For ourselves, we freely say, that if Dan tin thorough order,are prepare to accommodate If found at his old Room* at J. L. Deni'l-
would have sustained Gov. Shunk. if did .h\enty-six. WILL
thus of they range
814,075,950 ; showing an excess expenditures transient and monthly boa following rates:
national Boarding Hou during the fall and win-
Webster the of a Fractional sections thirtne.thirty.two., thirtv- !
id were for the quarter over receipts of not regard him a an opponent of this odious Board and Lodniugper math, $20 OO ter months,unless when professionally enp .d.-
three and the land in
Contention made up by a fair represcniaioiof1Je estimated We have direct evidence to without"Lodging per month, I; thirty-six on maI township Dr. S. received of all kind
82,157,520. It is however,that the measure. no as O one,and fractional sections eight, nine, twelve; sevnteen having just a large supply :
the Aor/A and South we uvula and day, 2 25
Whiff of receipts from the Mexican tariff in addition, he opinions of Gov. Shuak on the Proviso Mal. lore pet ,twenty-four,twety.fye.twentY-ix.t went v- or material appertaining to his profession, is now
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vote for him in preference to James K. Polk. during the last quarter, exceeded $500,000; ; but the whole course of events leaves no doubt Hors feed per moeth per night, .- -. 15 0') even and twenty- ,on irepared to pt'rror the any cperotion with. neatness and '
choice.- espatch on most approved plans.October
Mr. Webster is by no means our which (excluding the avails ofloans and treas. )his opposition to it. Whatever he may be, Meals -V) cents eaci-Lodging 37J cents. wo,of range twenty.seven.Fractionat 16, 1M;. 13 .
assimila. I township three,on the main land,
There are many names, more nearly would make the of however, the late election must be regarded Their rooms are 1 large and comfortale. and (ex- _
ury notes) : excess expendi. ept sections one,three,"ixsYD.sixteen and twen-
which naturally prefer. will be well furnished anyinthe
ted with the South we as city.
for the about as a full endorsement of the anti-Proviso sen.iments of t (
tures over revenue quarter able will always be supplied with the best that cane v-sven.) range thirty-one. NEW STORE.
But Mr. 'V. is a big-hearted patriot-de\"oted 81,057,000.: of Messrs. DaIa and Buchanan, the > in this market, and nothing be South of the base line and East of the principal
to the Union-schooled for many long yearsin But as to the new tariff the net revenue two distinguished sons Pennsylvania. lacking o their part which can shal the ,meridian.'ractionat GLORGE; H. M dJNNISS f

the service of the nation-thoughtfully re. from customs under it actually paid into the But it is no in the canvass for Governor alone comfort of their Pets. They flatter themselves uwannrc river townships,of eight fourteen.and nine west of the now receiving and opening at the store next door ,
of the States one of tho House in ( will be able to afford bet- range Is
the bat
of no
gardful rights treasury fur the first quarter of its fiscal year- that we have triumphed. The Democratc comfortable accommodations. Members \brth of iht base line and East of the principal to Mr. Burnev, a ceneral assortment of goodeonsitihZ

last men in the country to desert the platform namely, from the 30th June, 1847, to 30th party have swept the Legislature and ban. of tar the or more Legislature are invited to give them a call. meridian. of DRY GOODS HARW.\RE GRO' .

of the Constitution-one of the readiest to up. September, 1847-we see is 811,070,000 shed to retirement the Whig Legislature, DAFFIN &TAYLOR, Proprietort- Sections twelve thirteen, fourteen,twenty twen- Lowest LERIF: prices.. &c., &e., which he 1 very .
hold his country's true honor. His nominationis the law the November IB yonetwentytwofwentythreetwentyfourtwenkfivef I:
vhich .1U1.
Now: on reference to the same net revenue passed on subject offugi. twenty-six, twenty-seven October 30,1547. 15 Ct
not within the range: probability, and we from customs for the same: quarter under the ire slaves, so obnoxious to the South. Wood Cutters.WANTEDnumber t 'nty.nint thirty thirty-two, thirty-three twent'-ih.

never expect to be called to the alternative of tariff of 1842 preceding-namely, from 30th bur.thirty-five and thirty-six, in township one, of Kerseys, Groceries, &c. '
Mr. Standard that of the Mammoth on the Mountains of strong and men
but Bon five.Township.
voting for him ; you June, 1946, to 30th September, 184G-we c Liberal bealhJ good ange I I CASE OF NFGRO KERSEYS,
J A of the New
in villifica. Irginia.- correspondent one, and sections
a wat twentyix
we are not prepared join you but twenty-fn. L C caes of Brogan a fine article.
find the was only 80,125,000, or Ruset
of this whose name and fame belongs revenue Journal of Commere writes from the South. men. Apply !i ,twtntyeven, twenty-eight, e.thirty. Pickles '- '
tion man, little than one-half revenue from customs t.IURCHE&LINDENBEGER and of
more western mountains Virginia, under date ofOct. rout, thirty-five thirty.stxand township two, Pickled Lobsters,
to hit country and to posterity. under the tarifH November 619-7. 'ix. .
for the same quarter new .
ranlp Cocoa,
will be one of the leading orans 9, among other things, ax follows : \orth the base line and Wett the
Here, it seen, former official of of of principal
We re-publish the statement NEW BOOKS. Red Currant Jelly,
I returned from a bed on Preston'sands meridian.Fran .
in this State freely says"that
of the Whigs of the Pepper Sauce,
it would support for the Presidency Daniel: that quarter, and ask a comparison re. last evening with three mammoth jaw ional townsh ip one,north of4'Forbes'Grant," Mustard, (very superior.) .

calumniator of Scott and Taylor, sults.The!!! eetb, the largest six inches along the face, THE snbscnber has just received the following of range six. White Wine Vinegar, .
Webster, the receipts into the treasury for the quarter! and tandara Books : Fractional township one,north of"Forbes'Grant," Linseed
Oil, ditto,
and six inches all the Lamp
advocate of the Wilmot Provi-c, roots belonging to nn- Captivity of Napoleon,
chief of
and the MontholonJ range seven.
ending 30th September, 1846, were, viz : der jaw, and the outer side of a tusk probaly Life ot Gen. Zach. thirteen Young Hyson Tea (very fine,)
in preference to Mr. Polk, who is a Southernman about < 6.12iflJ'a Montgomeiy's Taylor Sctions one. two eleven twelve foureen Gunpowder do. Black ditto,
From customs
) 5 feet long, which is quite broken Pardoe's Cent of Louis XIV, twenty-two,twenty-three,twenty-four, .
by birth, who is opposed to that Proviso, lands 64Joa' ( up.- ten Now receiving. per Brig Newcastle frna>Ccston, a
Bosk of Flowers, ,and the south-
Parlour twentv.6ve.twenty-six
In fdur hundred of flats at Saltville I twenty-seven
the of the States miscellaneous! sources 17,<*J of rights
and in favor equal .. Siborne'0 Vaterloo Campaigns with Maps. eat fraction of section twenty-eight in the former MEINNIS
and fer preserving, in all their force and purity treasury notes iesued underact 22d uppose there may be parts skeletons of 1 Graham's Colonial History of the United States. Indian Reserve,the east fraction of section thirty. October 30, 157. 15 -
the compromises of the Constitution in relation July,.154G 1,953,950 one thousand mammoths. Of twelve pits dug Ranke's Hktory of the Popes. thrn in the same, and sections thirty-four, thirty- Fancy Goods.ADRILLE :

of domestic ones were found in .i,. The bones tefer. I Ire Illustrated Botany, ire and thirty-six in township one;sections twelve,
to the vital question slavery.In :9,735,950: to above were twelve feet under the sur- Walpole'sMemoirs of the Reign cf George 3d, hint eon, twenty-three twenty-four, twenty.fTe. P DE SOlE GTQ. de Rhine .
other words, the Greensborough Patriot, Brownings History of the HtSguenoti, wenty-six, thirty-fite and thirty-six, township ky Plain and de'Laines,
and the large number old-fashioned Federalists The expenditures for the same! period were, and within a few inches of the gypsum Waxall's Historial f.moin. Iwo; and sections one, two nine, ten,eleven and Satin striped Cashmeres,plaid spun Silks, .

in this State for whom it speaks, prefer viz : ock surface. Usually the bones are twelve WaxalFs Posthumous Memoirs welve, in township three, of range eight. French Gngharn.Tartar Plaid,

to the rights and Civil miscellaneous,and foreign intercourse to eighteen feet below the present surface Mill's Hiftory of the Crusades and Chivalry, Sections thirty-five and thirty.si, in township Scarfs and Cravats, Egyptian and Regency, Lace.
the success of the Whig party Sf I/,44,721 20 the ground. o Rush's Rffideoce at the Court of LondonWalpole's six, of range twelve. CoU.r.trimmed and untrimmed, .
safety of tlie South ; and in order to accomplishparty Army preper,1/ :3,65 30 New Letters to !!. Mann Fractional township ftifff', west of Choctaw- Linen Cam. ldkfs.French Kid Glote
ends they would support, for the highest Fortifications ordnance. and arming The fiat mentioned by the correspondent noIlett'i SelectVorks, river."of range sixteen. Ladies and spun Silk Gloves'I ,
office in the country, the most formidable and militia 4G2.G27 09 ies between Church and Walker's mountainsand Feilding'i tioD twenty-four, twenty-five twenty-six, Gentlemens printed L C. Hdkf..,. new article,

the South ever had I They Indian Department 627.SSO: 03 is 1782 feet above the level of the o. Maryatt's Complete Works,in 1 vol., lirty-five and tbirty-si,in township three,of range Do.Scarfs and Cravats, .
Now receiving and Emeline.and
dangerous enemy Pensions 962,757 77 Scott's life of Napoleon, eventeen. per Brigs Carrjl
cannotbiarne us rthus holding them up to the Naval establishment, 1.GGU.9SO( 76 cean. ,. Township three of range thirty. tor sate low by. GEO H. )IEINNIsc t

public gaze. It:is their own admission, and Redemption of treasury notes, and interest Trumbuli's Indian Wars, Lands appropriale by law for the use of schools, October 30, 1S47. 15 .

on their own heads be the consequences of 62,096 82 Notice. Viewl.A.Fot, or Europe seen with Knapsack and military! or purposes, will b excluded from and Twine 1
of their faithlessness, not onlyto Redemption of treasury notes which persons, creiton. legvtees entitled to dis. Staff, tht sales. Bagging, Rope .::1
and ALL
their folly were purloined,and interest. 3,368 30 otherise interested in the estatef Havrthome's Journal of an African Cruiser, The offering; of the lands will be commence rUST received per Schr.Suthfmrrrom New QrJ :
the Union of the States, but to the land of John Smith late of Leon County, decee.are o a Residence on the Marquesas, he days appointed,and. in in leans. MEINNI .t
their birth. $1.r'OSS,661 27 ereby notife to exhibit their claims demanc Type Ptetieal Works Eau of Elia i hich they are proe all convenient fts- October. 1S47. 15 t

We did not ask the Patriot to "join" us in rithin years from this date to the Ts-hudPi Travels! in >atch, until the whole shall have been ofere and I
yillifica on" of M Ir. Webster. Far from it. R. J. WALKER, Secretary of the Treasury. or the same will b barred; and all under"ig Modern Standard Drama, Orator of France, the sales thus closed. But no sale b kept NEW GOODS. :,,1
a will TRCASUKT DEPARTMENT: Nov. 2,1S4G. to said estate are requested to make immediate pay. Napllo. and his Aimy pen longer than two week.and no private entry ofany I _
Our readers and ihe Editors of that paper nent. PATRICK SMITH House Carpenter, of the lands wi b admite until after the ei- subscribers would call the attention of the .
bear witness, that we have always done justice Thus is the tariff of 1846 already selfvindicatcd November 13, 1547.. 17 4t Administrator Napoleon and Marshall, and Washing- tifation of the THE to the Choice and extensive assortment .

the talent and exalted fame of Mr. and Mr. Walker's estimates more HeadefJ Generals, Given under my band at the City of Washington, of f GOODS, now receiving per Brigs Wakulla and .
great but politician we regard than sustained. We will add in conclusion, $30 Reward. MarsralFs Life of 1VashinztoT this twenty-third day of.Otobr. Anitf Domini on incline. Their stock has been selected,with care I
Webster, at a man ; as unsound a hostile to that under the new tariff; the exports of our above reward will be paid for the apprehen- Ro"{ '< Life of William the Conqueror, lousand eight hundred '- from the znostfasblonable establishments in New. i.
him as inconsistent: exceed the thus TiE of Mathew C. Eubaaks, who u charged Cooper's Natal History, Youatt on the Hors, By the President. York; and,having been purchased at reduced prices.
the equal rights of the States,a foe to the South own products largely imports ; f ith horse-stealing and other Crimea. The said Philosophy in Sport made Science in Ernet, J.UIE K. POLK. are enabled to furnish their customers at priceyroportionattly :
for this showing what the protectionists call the balance E- Endless Amusement,The RICHARD M. TOUNG, low. Theirs
and to the best means perpetuating left this County about the first of May Co
At the last session of of trade in our favor. Oh J Mr. Webster bank now believed to be in East Florida. Boys Treasury of Sports Commi6iot of the Central Land Offite.
Confederacy. OLOTI
glorious Wilmot Provisoin Mr. Evans Mr. Huntington, Mr. Abbott.awrP'nce Said Eubank is about 26 or 23 years of age, rather Every Mam his own Farrie'',The Gardner andFlost f.f.the1
Congress he voted for the all where are across the shoulders, about lixf.et Keble's Christian Year, NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CL."IMAr-S I the best .of material and manaUc--
distinguished as are
the late Whig Convention at Springfield be you in height red or sandy hair, shoulders stooping Light in the Dwelliirg.a Book Family DYOIouS.Chity. ; Every person entitled to the preemptiono ture directly eye of Mr. man. all
Ie are predictions? Surely, neither of youis new edition. 2 vols! shop-work thereby precluded and .
claimed that Proviso as his thundcr"epenk.ing your ace round, complexion light or sandy and blue eyomplin ackstOE an law within the limits of the townships and fer prn.
of the Mexican War he avowed it to be a Daniel in financial prophecy, whilst the of his breast,and has a coull'hat caus Monitor. Napier's Peninsular Wafs.Sbpwreck tarts' of townships above enumerated, i is required to >urcbaaiog may rely upon getting an
much abused estimates of Mr. Walker come genteel this and Disasters at Sea, tablish (became to the Satisfaction of the Registernd nade. Among the a/tides comprising their
bit determination supplies for J-rPf.
to rate against
oftbe lion's den and the fiery furnace Un.cathcd.L'nian. eighborhood passed himself at a Cumberland Lexicon, Receiver of the proper Land1 Office, and maker F.iLL .iJCD WLVTER STeCl ,
carrying it on, and he told Gens. Scott and out resbyterian Preacher-he ) profl'S.e to belong ToddX:Johnson, and Walkr1 Dictionaries, avmenf therefor as '07 di patttitftt teeing nay be (found the following: : i

Taylor that though they were **professionally"engaged ] to t he Odd Fellows Society. rom ( givens I copy Picfofial Bible Binding Fine editions tie notice,and before the com. .Blk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats, Blark
in the service of the country,the **sen. Four Million of Frenchmen.-The New .the said Eubanks was arrested near Tampa Bay, Quarto Bibles from 9 to$almost all the standard encement of the public sale of the lands, embrang frown and Invis.Green, Castor Beaver Sack,Sax i ,
timent of the world" and "Ibe solemn adjudi. York Journal Commerce contains' a letter in I East Forida. for his mi onduc; and a he pad **. cf f Byron. Sbalupeare 2nd the tract chimed; otherwise such claim will Jotba, Mixt Tweeds,and fancV card. Cassuaer do. | t
Roberson, was brought to Mont. e forfeited. Mlots and Blanket Overcoat Pilot
hitst Heavy
cation of the lawofuations"was against them from Constantinople, dated on the 1st oflastSept. omery! the Sheriff of Benton eounty, Florida, Pots.NOVLc & RICHARD M. YOUNG, and Bearer Cloth Overcoatsaud Cloaks.cf ime Elk

and therefore we do insist, without any Ie vii ., from which we cot the following: tb supposition that he was Jen Koberson, Magre.Graham. by ; Norman's Bridge Commissioner ef the Gmeall Office. and Blue Cloths,Pantaloons of I Black' French Cas-

lification" whatever, that any Southern man Yesterday a Frenchman, meeting me in the upn was charged with forgery, and who broke jail of Gwinne. by Lover; Cadet of November C, 1841. Ii men, Blk Ribbed do.,fancy Plaid,Check i .J
in Montgomery last Spring but,as he proved not tobe olobnieties,Wagner, Ardent Trougliton. Camp and do. SatinettaadJetndo.&e.i Strip f
himself ;
all this voluntarily pledges ; all : r
who, after street,said with great enthusias: Monsieur, Jesse RobeTson, he was set at liberty: and we uarter Deck Pa"tourel, Lethts of Metico, In. Dissolution Of Co-partnership. Black a TWfe. Satin,Striped and Silks

to support Mr. Webster for the Presidency not we are three or four millions Frenchmen, haye reason to believe he wi make his way tovraf Js "I borouzh Hall.Ma'tr Timothy's Book Case,Mi- partnership heretofore existing between felvets Plaid Cash meres'tnd Valvnehs: Phd, Silk I.

only endorse bit past career, but unites with who are going to embark for America, witha Ft Florida I his such I to induce him er's Dubter. Ballet Girl, Lover' Songs anal Bal. THE'n &Lynch expired by limitation this day.- riazufkas*, &.C, &c.

him in bit warfare1 against the South, says well constitution, to foim a separate State, but t I bis way to a more Southern circuit. fa. Stories, Wyandotte. Ned 1ber., Al those having chims against the firm,will present They have also an exfennve assortment of Cioti.. f
his denunciations of Scott and SAMUEL S. SMITH Hinton,Tom Burke, Harry Lofreqder, to either uember of the firm, and all those in. Calimpri and consisting
done to him for our whole bed upon Christianity. SMITH O'Leary. Charles O'Mallev.JUVENltE. Vetinj nDmannb'turt.
THOMAS J thereto make either
with him in favor of lem debte wi please paimentto in part of: WoP Dye
Taylor, and tales Our system a rers immensely improved 11. J. HARREL BOOKS. MHr[ Damon Lvch,who are authorized to nolht do. English do. do. do., English; and
the public enemy in the midst of a common ; and our agent presenting the Cababa. Als., Sept. 13, 1847. A great variety of New Books for Children; Toys, the business of the firm. seetie nvisibfe Green, Wont Dye AC, Black and I

War. We lear? it to the Editors of the Patriot i plan t the Government in America.' Too K3-; All Florida papers will _please e"o. B',hc-t with many of School other Bonks Book and to which Fancy Go... DAMON Jc.LYNCH. 'antof do.. FrenclT Black Ctsslmen, da ed.I dn '.
unfortunate assortment Tallahassee, October 30, 1847. lo.. Plaid And Striped do. of t kfest and
to themselves out of this I will know whether bPS accords with New Goods it Fancy 4.
get any 'ention tof teacher parenf
repHully.olc. i
difficulty the bed way they can ; and we putit movements you hear of in other directions.. _____ ed. P. YAR. Cabinet' Making, m0t'ancy fashionable Plaid Safins styles, ;do.\TSTINGS Silk, Silk|10'and Black Woollen aDd j"
of the State to determine, received from New York, Tallahassee, November, 1847. 16 &cC'OPARTNERHp.Te < d.
the I iTeNefs. Valencias
to Whig people Steerage Pt.ae t Etiy.Te con. TS have as- Cashrer. ,Vesting of Rich ,
whether they wjll! continue to go with their gregation; worship the most Day's Wens'Patent Cotton S.pnd.r., Half-Hose. $100 Rea!! undeipe, Ibis date Mret c. & '

leading men in their endorsement of Mr. orgtous churches in New York are about t Ladies do. White and Colored,da.. or the tbcribr the two shops will b united, and the businesa con- ALSO; AN ASSORTMENT OF ,
to the rights RUNAWAY of October, ucted by LYNCH They are iaTstnd Caps Monter aDd Bletcb'dL CeOon
Webster, and injtheir opposition instruct a and cheaper place of Handk.rchie., 184 negro ( ') o. J
War. separate Pong named JACK,* about 6 fet high stout repined to do all descriptions of work in their line Linen and Cotton Shirt. Undershirt, .,
of the South and their country's the This the New d.Perl lan
jrorship for pr. says Buttons, very fine quality, aged 23 years, yellow complelt a nth fidelity and despatch ad on as reasonable terms 3Ik: : Hal.Silk Cravat. Silk-t Merino 6V .
I Corwin speaking World,is making passengers of the Fancy and Mourning Calicoes: tear on one aide of his head, and upper fo cash or apprOe acceptances as any workmen in fancy Satin do La Which it RigL7-Tom >ooron the voyage to eternity.No Bed Ticking part flf hit shoulder, from t boVn when mall He I the coontf. Te cn1ie patrag of the pubic Lies Fancy Satin and ; Uoderahirt- .

.of the war, in hU famous-or rather infamous London of Kersey, Linseys and Jeans I' quick spoken.and very sensible. A rea $23 i.mO Plain do Scarf, Brown Gorton amCotoD I'
Doubt.-The correspondent the ,if jail E.i. LYNCH Lind Hhk. sic .
peach,uid: White and Red flannel, will b given for Negro tny I JenD .
"The brutal ; :s ions of our soldiers can I he Courier and Enquirer says : Depend Ginghams, Plaid.and Chkl. le can be had, and A reward of $10 wil b GERARD VINGERHOETS.Ta)1sbeaseeovemb Blk.\Vhite and CoP tidGum flastic Sncpendei-s. '
p commander. Nei. it, that lithe United States would assume rown, Blck Holand. 1 pad, if le, hu been stolen by a white Din. I r 6, 1847. } ,. Goe Jin ul" Cotton Hilf- I
U restrained
never by any evidence )
sufficieet for convic- I
debt Irish and Chief,with Hc.
Mexican they might '
tW decrepid old age, ,nor tbe whole of Lnea. le conceiting th.tnttsy be die Negro Kerseyg 6&oXi
kelpie* infancy, Dron Iwn Any information Patent' Letfbrf Money Belt- J
Wiaej*. can arrest them io the graUfic&tioa rs and eat the Mexican people without a; ao. do. SlriDg.D. to the padersieaed at Tallahassee Post.fct. 1.0 CASES.KEYs'do Linseyv boulder' Braces .

''rffbdr brutal rattioM/' emonstrance Com any one of the virtuous and < For sale low by :- rete .. SARAH A Att L 4 rteyt., and for tale by &c.&c.CLR & STILLMAI I

modi'for Tow., But (;eD. Scott j jutt lumaae. Europe.". No,. $3, 1845. IT ALFRED &. 'I0C. Noyttf 6,1'.'. 1'! I Sep i?, J 1817. a FLAGG. October 2 f" ..


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<; Sale poitpsnrd to itt Mond in December. GADSDEN SHERIFF SALES. DR WOODRFF8 DTEUSKI' CORDIAL I ox rut: txTcimt or
't Vr : ei'ei'f. THE' PERMANENT CURE Black,and Blue Black Broadcloths. Fancy vtccnaxK HKZTJfumbtr ,

',,r j! -,.. f Sheriff's Sale. Salejirtt Monday in December. IV .f 1 O.{ FOR OF ALL REMOVAL DISEASES AND ARISING FROM AN BLUE Sattinets( I\t"ntllckylean', Rich Satin One of the

\, ,i I 1)Y virtue of a writ of firYi facias, issued from thee BfTOME OF THE BUT .EMEDE ITJ1 DISCOVEREDFOR : IMPURE STATE OF TilE BLOODOR Vesting, Silk Velvet Votings, Rich Satin Sil-

; : \\y Clerk office of Leon Circuit Court, wherein B virtue of a ant of fieri (sews, issued from BOWEL DrRANGZCRTs. HABIT OF THE SYSTEM rered Vesting. Rich Fancy Colored Satin Cravat, ageneral UNITED .sTATES REPORTER
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; r : <(iae W. Michrll,( i is pontiff. and Henry Doggett,, the CI.r1'iOQct of the Circuit Court for the DYSENTERY CORDIAL, VIZ: assortment of gentlemen's Boots( and Shoes, Jk DAILY JOURNAL OF C.OVXXNMKJTT, LEel' .
Circuit(of Florida,where WOODRUFFS also, large stock of ready made "
DR. Hats and a
.irjyor&e.idefendar.t.IhkethedaIekdUp- CouDtlbGa8tD. Caps ;
: j .. for Cholera Morbus, Rhevmatinnt Obstinate nyc AND GKKKRAL WtWJ
Florida and JameII. Diarhc Dysentery. Scrofula or Kind's Evil.
I c 1':.: '. "'. and will expose to public sale, l Ilf"r the Court Heat is d Dan1 o have plintiB. and will Cholera Infantum( and Summer Complaints Chil Cutaneous fr-upt Jn,.Pirn/ties.,'Pustules on the V clothingjust receded and for sale S.by BURNEY..
Home door, in the city; of Talhhassee. on the lenant.1 subscriber is now enabled to
.1- :i
tnt Sore RingWorm announce
dren. Face Chronic Eyes TilE IB
for House in the Blotches Bliss *
., :yV t.; t, !.lonJ.in' N,>rfmhr next within legal hours, expos ne. Court door Plum W. S. .Mi"' lt to Pet- or Tetter, Scald Head, Enlargement and September, 1 H47. 10 of his arrangement (fortb e" Wih-.
% of
f town Quincy 0:1: Monday the f.th diy of December 1. I/ifrdlnte c
: .. : a j followingdescribed property* to wit lSI7, the following described to wit : Pain of the tones and Joint.', Slul born Ulcers, meat of a well organized and independent Journal of
sec1e,1'1North.R2EtheS11oftheSF. property Dr. JVooIri'ff-1g Dear Szrfew days Sciatica or Lumbago, and Negro Clothing. News at the Seat of the General Government.
-.r. i TheN E 4 of the S W 4. the N W 4 of theSE Syphilitic Si/mptomi
: I. : (1&3Tr.R2.N&EtbtWiortbeSW < 1.tbe E of the N W 4andthsSWloftheSE f sine I received the Cordial which you were gIN Diiccuei arising from an injudicious use oj.tier'V. 50:: PIECES Kerseys, tin dn. Plains. 20 elo Linsev The leading features of the United States R Pflr.

L :.t "r&3.T2.RJ.N&E.a.,1thrfacsloCandin ofSectioa 7, T 2, R 2, N and W, 2XJ( enough to send me Having! used the article, ..',& orDrapiy Erpimire or Jmpriulenct '!,5 bales Lowell Osnaburgs,"*Virginia do.. ter will be the following:
;L e ]If containing not hesitate to it a mot valuable mcdiems. in Ufe. Also. Chrome Ctlntitllli.mallJUordtr. 5 1 bale 4-4 Domestics. 5 do.7-S Domestic, 5 do 3- I. Early Intellifrnee oj the movements ./IMI..
.' : .V&E alf-o, the W { of the N E | ff Sec t T 1. acres, more or s- pronounce of the riott* Departments of the in
: ; : Levied upon the property of said defendant,and Indeed, for such aftliQn 1'wl. as illS preparation i is a combination hitherto un- do., 10 bales Negro blankets. 5 cases Negro shots, Gnernmtnt refcrenre

.. ,?'1 .: .' : NnfR2.EarIth'VIOftheNW10&C15.Te to be cold to sati.fv said writ of fieri facias.B i we sometimes sufTer ,.il!in .ulh. I know ro- r known in the history of Medicine, differing entirely wool hats and caps. Just received and for sale by to Domestic affair and to (the Foreign Relations of
:, : {, N of R2. E, and the Eothe NWlof & : C. WEST thin at ail equal lo it. in its character and operations from the various S. F. :. EY. the country will t be given i with scrupulous fidelity
: : 41.T1. Nor R2, E: and the W i of the S E J Sf.nin Jones. would have part of Possessing peculiar facilities for
., d I : : ; o NOT.5, 1"H7. H'> Bv. JAMES Mv friend' Col. Ss-ahnrn preparations Sarsapanlla which have beenat September 25, 1I1. 10 obtaining iifenLi-
f ?" 3T1NR2.E. thn. S it ; iht remainder I have laid aside for use when I Imav different times offered to the public. It acts spe- tirni the "Reporter" will be enabled frequently to

\' l levied. tipnn lr the property rf said defendant, and Salt Monday sit. December. need it. Re'spectfullv., cifir.al1Illpon the whole system thereby bringing i it Hardware.BRITANNIA communicate, exclusively, intelligence of the Iud
.- e, I 11 be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facia frs. HENRY W HILLIARD. important character.
and immediate influence. Although
its direct
under Coffee
A. A. FISHER! Sheriff.BY virt writ of. fieri facias, issued from UrtwlIritannia! Tea and Cof I 1. The I'erlaHmRrptrtsttftheProteeiitntitnd
I D S. B the ClerV's Ofrce of the late Ccm possessed of powerful healing i effects, yet it is en- do. Candlesticks: do. Lamps, Fire
( J. W. Superior the Debates of the United State Senate
Gcrdner ,
cf which
Benjamin R-ito "oulltN harmless that it cannot the most de-1 with brass knob tho
l"Wf tirely so injure Fenders Brass Fire Dogs, Shove
12SJThe for I Count v of G,d"d", Middle District of Klorida is bound
.t <*pt 2S, [Oct. P.] 1St' tIt Miefd Eufaula, .Ill.. icate constitution When perfect health no ef- and Tongs, I5hck!mithV Bellows and Tools Carpenters proprietor to furnish daily to that Ltd, in
t ,wherein W. J.
hIawkinsisilaintitTandSoke1e''adhur i
: ( accordance with the
the terms of the
.. ab/t ale has been postponed ] anJ Wood are defendants, I will expose .\ OTHER LIFT SAVED BY THE CORDIAL, feet is produced by its use except an increase of appetite Tools, and other Hardware of every" description tbtclote of (the last session of contract mla it

It. fret Monday. -in December-next.--_ for sale (1 I ht Court I House d ion in the town of After rfiyitian's tliU ;failed to benefit ; but when disease is seated in the frame and Just received and for sale by S. 10". URXEY. ran emtnfs BOW made will at once Congress Tie ar-

Sale. Q'iinvon Mood".(he .th day of De-ember, 1SI7. Dr Jrioth-1C-Jetr Sir:-I take great pe-Mtire! carryin* last its ,victim along the .path of life, then _SeptemI 2!. I J7-___ IQ Senile of the United. Slates an aethentie fully tecwrelo and lhe.
felt enkindles com.plef
Shers its m'cleriGIIt( influence is and se-en it
fly virtue <.f l a .' faria i i bsued from the lollowi:igd rnhed property, to wit : in testifvuu to the efiieacv of you I v-n'ory! Coi- new lift, and vigor, and brings health;and strength 6 New Buggies and Harnesses. o record of its Debates'; and to the people-in agreatly
: One Negro named Doll, acd Mary her virtues in .lamilv JIrs.
t \ dial testing its my. own enlarged d.grre-the( benefit .
t) office of the Circuit Court for the frO he and diseased of the e
the Ctrl'l bil ld. violently( alt.idnl' to ( sufering 5.: FINE LEATHER TOP BUGGIES with Harness, penence
.Hintv ; Middle Circuit of I'londi, "herein ( Gardner: was i.st summer mot TRUTH l' STBANOFR THA> FiCrioT."-LKT 3 3 do Buggies (withcnt ,) and Harnt' sagacity and statesmanship cf that body to
I.n. hleret"fnrelevied the Marshal > tops !
imcn by of Ihf Di,- with that di; ea-e, and a'ter! all tnil'llrdir(1 s Jl which they have ever looked with solicitous
S ,nry I r : Executor (.f Theophilui! H.'mal's t.1 net of M-ddle lori.J:1 I the property of saul defendants had l been balllcd! in its fTorts to remove the ilisp.i.<"> Till Kverrs SprAK:: FOR THEMsri.vrs.-The following Just t received and forll\le low jor ca.h.lt the Store ct specttol regard.III. autf re*
D f to. is : and WiMev Manning. "Vlmmistra-! certificate is only another link in the great chain 15 1547. 9 J. R. FORTUNE.
.1 lluntif aDd to bf l sid] writ of fieri iu. and inprehensionsN-nn to be felt sy Sept. The
I .. .. .. r of is !d.nhnt.1 I have levied : f< or af.rd of testimony to its merits.. Let the affli,*ted read and Proceedings and Delates in He ROil,.
IEnt' : B. C. WEST, much longer, u- -
that she not > Representatives will also
: :t Kin, \il expose for !ale, before. the Court November ShtriC : out !tfie laborin be convinced. What it had doris once it will do Rifles and Shot-Guns. be given with ,dInes,.
5117. 16 dir (the intei. e azony I.n which she usa *, impartiality and the utmo t promptitode. Etch
of Tallaha-, the .
the "n
:Jouse '
in city again.
:. 'or. frt
I had recourse (to v cur invaluable Cordial and befor> qualities sizes and prices just re- day's record ill be completely made and
: VIonday in l.>'wtr next, within to wit legal hours, tht Sale first Moiday in December. she had taken one l',>ttle-e>t it. relief was ol.tamed; CRRtEsTOTfT Mass. Sept. 2Td, IS((6. ASSORTED for sale by S. F. ImJ EY. in the R rort "neit norning.IV up appear
Hawing property, :
I 4 1I.: S EJ. Soc n, T *snship 2, Range 2, N A. E, B\ virtue: of a writ of fri fana, issued from and alter taking two was entirely cured I feel sun This may certify that mv son, now aged seventeenhas September 2', 117. 10 .1 Synoptical J"inc.1 the Proceedings *nl
been afflicted with the scrofulous
the that I am indebted to \it fur Fur life. You can us< ; for ten years Debate of all the Slate Legulaluresmlll be
2Ni.E. OPicof( -
( Court the regularly
4 VE4.NE4, 2J, 2. Clfrk'! lor
huimr the he had the measles
At of seven Willow and Wooden Ware.
.' 4.NE4. 21. 2, N &. E. County offiai'sJcn! MiddleCircuit: Florida,wherein this as vou may 'i'e proper.. age years given. Members of Congress and all classes of

I E I. N \!, 21, 2, :-, N&.E, James 1 Lamer. is pbintif and John Wynn is defcnda Eutjula, July i:>, 1MO nE J. GAnDER which probably in caused this humor to make his its appearance TNFANTS Carriages do. Chairs,Cedar Tubs,brass readers will thus be kert fully and systematically IB'*

I V'i.SWi, 1i, 2, '. 3. NJLE, :it. I hut and expose for sale a most singular way, covering body J. bound Pails well Buckets Sugar Boilers Snub formed of Domestic Legislation in all sections of too
upon wi from h head to his t feet with small tumors I
t ': W. 4,- I 19, ., 2. '. 3. N A. 1.SVJ.I 1rt Ihe} Court Iiou4edior in (thl own of Quinrvon Worms Worms! Worms a* Doctor of Medicine, and he examined consulted him- Brooms Hearth Brushes, &.c., A.C:, a general assortment United Stafts.V .

r ( .. !. J!, .. 2, S, & Mondav, the
a >intainin; &JO acre!.more or.I s. desr"ribed property!, to wit : lJ t1fcint rrll.J.y for Wrtimj Try it. As ease.advwfd me to consult Dr. Roger,o' New York S. F. BURNEYSeVfttibprO.lSt7 the Legislatures of Great Jintain and f'rantt
the (1 f said defendant' and Nrero slaves IVrkin man about SO of the 10 will communicated by every steamer from Europe
; Levied uon as property years aje good as btst and as clu-io as cheapest.t. I t then beer resident of that citv After a long
lo be sold to satisfy aid writ fit'n fjriaA and W:1er. a boy about 1 1'> years of is*. CERIIFICATHS. and critics through reporters in London and Paris who pcssest
4 c. Sheriff. as the of defendant \voodrurl's examination having more than thirty Fall and Winter Goods. peculiar facilities for obtaining information.VI. .
Ll alien properly Iud I certify that I gave Dr Specific: to a oilier diol
FSHER. UK gentlemen with him the time
and to be selcl to s tisfv said writ nf fda. brought at same RECEIVED frcm New The Crneral\eu-soj the Day will be given
t October23,1S47. f.r child of mine, and in a short time it awa.il he pronoun'rd it Scrofula ::,ji. The York by Brig Henry
; or King's JUST
< __ B C. '", ) ofSrAPLE in a condensed form, with industry and attention.
SIIIPPEY.Muscogee a large assortment
Shrrif. worms.
child this
for and' commenced
JO"EPI was prescribed ..
.. Sale. N-v. \ IS47. 10 J.tsts S. taking Such is a brie' view of what th* United Slate.R..porter" *
Sher's I. Ir n County medical drug'trnm tint time. He grew worse until AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
is designed (lobAll the plans and arrangements -
i issued from the
virtnuof >teas,
c J1Y June of IS'H.ind: then his bones became affected inconsequence Groceries, Hardware Wood and Willow Ware,
been well
S Clerk ollice of the Circuit C mrt for the coun Sale first Monday December.V I do certify (that I i-dmini-tcred( a irumbcrof my" ofthe that had been maturedand the hope it
i mercury given him. loVe and Bagging I Nails and Iron, cherished ''
bat Ihe
I U.
.e.. LeonMidJle. Circuit of Florida, wherein the l virtue of a writ of fieri f.cias, i! ucd from fm:Iv' )r. V/oo-lrulI's Worn Specific, and it hrouh'1 A piece ot bon came away from his urder-jaw, Boots and Shoes, Sugar Boilers, .s.c.c.. confidently itself industrious S.Reporter"willprove (
an energetic and
? 1! 'lion Bank ot f Florida i. rlaintiffand David Robert i the Clerk'* 0fce: c.f the Circuit Court for the 3 1'a\:")*1 worms ; and in noth-rcas-' it ctindone 01.| the first place, large asan English walnut a piece For sale bv dignified \

S .11:defendant, I hate levied upn. and will exposer I County of J rk.Gn.rf Trnit. or Tai e Worm. from his fllrf'hnls large as a sixpence, and a piece Sept 19.1M7. 9 LLOYD & tLACG. perfectly I imlependentjournal. It will have no party

., nle, b..r.re the Court dOr. in the city of I wherein Danil Cock is pljmtifT.and: Reuben Sot is 'WLilc rilleGa. IM'J.t :J. LITTLE: from near the crjwn of his head It then went to : views-no political bias. The proprietor by ClDlted(tk-

I 'Ilalia> >t on Monday, the Oth e1 l \ of December I defen.rt.! I have I levied upon and will expose the back and *id, and discharged in three places.- Blankets. terms of his contract with the Senate of*"(Ib-lb* paper
bound the condition th-
f .. .\t. within legal hours the following described sale, before the Courl-Ilou-t door in the town of; I (certify that I cive Dr Woodruff's pfrfl: to a From (thence to
:.H ertv, to wit : Quin(. tm Mondavthe, I ii th day of Dcemhtr. HI7, nozro boy '\ho was: in bid hrilth. It awayimmediately sequence of the alteration, the muscles and cord UU 50 pairs bed Blankets, (aborted) !." It will no be political a vel.-e of N Ewi-cot. the organ

W4ofSW4Sec31TR1.NandW.W 1 i the fiilor.in described property, to wit : negro 5-;> Worms.: The boy soon recovered from the bo.r.of %lie ankle joint on the back part.- Just in store and for sale by of of ."ton'- The grand aim of the .
; N E !. Sec 27, T l.Kl Nand W. slave, JI. Dick, Fieldc.anJ Spencrr. his health.: THOMAS BOYD. He hid at one tine fifteen running sores or issues Sep IS, 1547.0 LLOYD & FLAGG. subscriber any is fr.estabhsbat cr the Seat ol Government,

Levied upon a< the property of-aid defendant,and L( upcn as I the property! of said defendantand Cowcta County Ga.., January, IS 17. from I the glansof throat and those places I have faithful snd prompt reporter of all torts of intelliienc I -

6 I.j O sold to *ati,(said writ of hen facias to be sold to satisfy. said writ of lien facias.B mentioned In fs-0, lived in Portsrm uth, N. II., Reports of the Supreme Court, a .-a responsible a! *(,OD which the politician, ,

A. A. USHER, Sheriff. C. WEST Sheriff 55-;: For sale] bv I.CWH&. Ames, Sole Agents, Tjl- and he was atfackeewith a Rheumatic l Fever which the business man, the manufacturer, the mechanic,

October :, IS 17. 1Sherif's Nov '5, JMT- 1C Bv JiMtsIIiM., D. S.Sale !aha'pe; al.sn hy the following pPr4o's.- PV Maii- nettled in one of hiibir, which swelled as large as NOS. 1 and 2, completing vol. 1, are row ready, (and every one interested in the sCam of Congressand
Leon Coun'v James I P. Heard! l P M Micco- three of the other may be had at the Rook Store of I'. A. Hayward -
nina ; ;eing under Medical treatment, the Government, may rely at all times with implicit
Sale. first .UOildflil, December. sookie Leon Count, ; S. I.'. Burmv, Micco onkie ; they give him laudaium until he lost his reason. and at the Floridian' Ofliee. Tries- Reports are conf dence. ,

r Y virtue of writ feri' facias, issued from the B" virtue (o a writ of fen fach, i sufd from Samuel rllfton. DruggM, Mont ir'lo; James 1 tine, Then I became alarrrsd and sent for a Thomsonian O-OO For the}'cars lS4Cand 7, and form.a Tolume of neat It is believed that th. establishment( of such a rc-

I. ) Clerk'*office: of the Cout for the count v the (Irrk'f Office (.f the Ciicnit Court! for the Quincv : Joshua DIVK-S.of O, l. COlnh ; I). Ba- HH medicine helped l us hip and resoreil 1 his reason. September octavo pages.1SJ7 Price, S3 50*p r Xo.-ca.sh. Iia&kj.urna1ofInteteflCc, on terms which place

Leon, Middle Ciimit ot Forida. wherein the Count,ofGa4lcden; ,1id.lt Cir'-lil of Flo-itla, wherein her, P. M, Ch:itlaheK. >chie, a:11 Win. Powers. Merchant Th* third time be wai attacked with (this fever in 11. it within (the reach of the great masses of the people -

HOT Bank of Honda i* plaintifl,and James Frttie David I vmithw i plaiutitr. and Newman Gil- hriann3.nZlt lili, when hearing o Dr. Sands' Sarnapanlla, and Notice. at the commencement tf what premises to be a

is delendant I ha>levied' \on. and will chri.t : ( "ell. Gilrhrut: rf defendants I ha.t ,\ 1.1. 1"17.( being perfectly s ati-fi.Jthat( all other medicines had moat interesting and eventful period in the history

.uose for sale, before the Court 101t door in the levied upon and expose tnr:dale before the CourtHouse failed of effecting a cure I sent and procured six bottles ALL person* indebted to the estate of Thomas J. of Congressional procee
:i of Tallahassee) on Monday, day of De- door in (the town cf flume on Monday, the Polka Slippers. and by the time he hid taken it alll consideredhim deceased are hereby notified to make favor by all clashes of the community ; and, batingthus

"ber neat l. within legal hours, the following des- Cth day of December, 1S47, the following described T ADIESTnc Polka Slippers. Ladies' Kid Tics well. Those places \ealed-he beoame brightand immediate payment ; and all those hating demands stated his objects, the subsetiber respectfully

V t ,:* Iproerttowit : propII '.Ie Wit : JJ JC'hililren't Morocco and Kid Shoes, received lively-color ame to his face and lips-from will prevent their accounts properly attested( to the solicits a libtral and general saprort (Tern the
worth I of Section I',T 3. R 1. N and E.U'tofSEJ" A two Hor,e Waggon and Gear, and a mnle. from New Orleans, and for sale !>vBHiciHrrr that time till the Fall of 1H\I, his complaints never undersigned who is duly authorized to settle the roblic of the United: State

17.T3.RI. Levied on as the property cf,f the said defendants. : &LI IF'mRGER.A : troubled him At that (tirac he became deaf, which same. JAMES. ARCHER JAMES A. HOUSTON

.. 3 i iiof.SW4 I I 17.T 3. Kl I, I and to be sold to satisfy said writ or lien facias. \ n.t 2 5, IS 17. continued until( last March >hen his right eye be. Agent for Margaret Butler Administratrix. Stenographer t. the Senate of the U. S.CO .

:: I of S W 4 of Section l7T2.I2NetRlE. B. C. WEST, Sheriff, cane aflected ; from that 10 the left eye,covering the Oetoberl6,15t7. 13 2m : Tt* United States RtrC'I r' will k. pntt-

WfSE 4I 17, T 2, R2, II Nov. 5,1 I"1 By jAMioIIrsc, D For Sale. sight of (tl.e eve iO that ha was in a great measure t"d on a larg and han ,me sheet, ard issued every

V I! J cf N W 4 I 17, T 2, It 2, S well-kno\vn and fertile tract of Land in Columbia deprived. of sight Deaf and Dumb Asylum morning, except Sunday, at the rat* tf |6 ftr tanuia. -

V tcfNI: 4 17T2.R2, Sale first Monday in'December. T Cou'iH, East; !Flnida known as Charles Knowing that Sands' Strsapirilla was the only Of' KENTUCKY. -

NV4ofSJ1: c ST2R2, Y r rrn, containing; OIK hundred acres of land cleared. medicine that had ever done him any od,1 appliedto lIE subscriber,as the resident: agent of the said In connection with the daily paper tfcei Will b*
virtue of
V a writ of fieri l faeias i issued from
SIofSW1: I S, T 2, R ->, ., B the Cisrk's Ofice of (the Circuit ,Court for the and at this time in a line state for cllinlion. with Mr Fowle, Apothecary, at Boston for more. He -a' I nstitulion,offer forsale.m tracts, anti vpon issued Iron the tame establishment
Levied the of said drf and all the nere-ary buildings foi of the hiS taken Ctteen dollars worth which has removedthe THE MIRROR OF CONGRESS.This .
upon as propertv nd.nt. Counl Garden,MidJleCircuit of wherein tle terms to soil purchaser,about Four Thousand Acres
V 't sold to satisfv' said writ of fieri fcis. Wilhan; Williams it and Stoeklv Sad- farintr. such at Dwelling H.u
.. A A. FISH UK, Shrif bury. I Wood, and J""f pbintif. are defendants, I Store Rtx>in, with al other buildings for the I appears to be cured and radically so. I verily believe State of Florida. Also, the Right to Locate, to a of the Proceedings and Debates of the Congre
7 all this latter trouble have been avoided
October 2, 1S47. :ICal. ue rf negro hou .fs. .\ gu-d Stables and Cribs, might
1 have levied and for sale before limited extent. of the United States. It will be sued semi-weekly
upon il expose the and a I.l ( Hat, all whrh I will sell low for it I had continued tharougly (the use of the Sar apa-
Court-House .(ocr, in town of Quincv Mon terry I The above lands were selected at an early date,by in an elegant! quarto-form,throughout the sessions of
., on rilla when he was under its influence the first time.
: day the ':th day clf the cash. Persons wishing to purchase will do well to an experienced judge,and are believed to'be amongst Congress and will be famished to subscribers at the
PROCLATION. December IS.1. following and examine for themselvesKHIIFCCA. hese. are the simple statements of the facts of theca
described to wit cal the finest in the county. rite of Two Dollars for the long session, and Ont
property -e, and I feel it duty to make those facts known
Three Siigsr Boilers. CHARLES.: C. H. DUPONT, Dollar for'the short session. It is believed that this
Columbus, Fa, 21, 1S17. S tp the public for the benefit of those who may be .1 D. D. .1. of Jatio"nalf'nk deemed
Lnitdlpn ai the property of Stockly Sadbury. August -U afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the gent of tf Ay.Qtiinev great r ill be indispensable in

., tne : .prCndanl. and to be sold to ntilrld; Bar and Billiard Room. cure has been effected solely from the etlcct of.this June 12, 1M7. 47 ly (the library of every public institutionpolitician
professional the and that
writ of fieri .. invaluable medicine. man throughout country ;

... :, f3e. B. C. WEST Sheif. MONTICELLO, LOXIDA. HANNAH W. BECK 223 Main st.Suffolk M. D. PAPY, it will be regarded by the great mass of the pet pi.

5, 17. H 14 undersizned uforms his friend as the very best political text book for their own instruction -
p 1f. fly 3.il THE reptctfuly 8 t. Boston, October 13, ly 16.-Then personally rn .W9
and that of their children.
the public ( BAR AND .
1- ha opened a appeared! the above named Hannah W. Beck.
\ I Practice in all the Courts in the Middle
BULL PRATORIUS, BILLIARD ROOM in Monticcllo.jn (the West side and made solemn oath that the above certificate, by WILL
< Office on the first floor of the Capitol IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
the corner store thr Scntinfl Office aid of (lie public '\art. for (their accmniodition, andsolicits her subscribed, and statements therein contained, the
unde South( wing, room formerly occupied by
their patronage. His I1ILLIIRI) TABLE is are true Before me, Throughout the session cf Congress, Extras will

1THEREAS, Thanks and praise are due from the opposite) the !Thanii Enildings, ole of the most aprru\e pattern,ani is in excellent JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace. Secretary of t he Territory.November be issued from the office of the United State Reporter

V good people' of the State ol Florida to the ARE: NOW OPENING I a choice and well selected order. His n-R i store with the Lest Hint, Li- For further particular and conclusive evidence of 13,1535. 17 ," containing the reports of.all such Debate

.:'hor of -1 Good for the health prosperity, and ( of CLOTHS, CASSIMEKS, VESTING ywcrt, and Cigars : a variety of CONFEC- its superior value and efficacy see pamphlets, which JOHN: EIt11lE. as may posses peculiarly exciting in'ere .

S I aitted to enjoy during the curreni year : in the selection cf these goods day and evening; and, b\ strict atttnion to business Prepared and sold by A. B. & D. SANDS Druggists ,and addressed

therefore is is proclaimed that THURSDAY, the warrant them in saving to all who vvi"h to purchase :and a desire (to please, he hopes to cire general ut UK() Fulton street, corner of Williim, N. Y. Qulncy, I'lorlda. JAMES A. HOUSTON

'p It November next, be te apart to be observed! good bargains( you wiIl(W1 to call and examine faction. to his cuatiintrs. Cal and !(him. I Sold alsobvLF.IVIS&" AMES.Tallahas-ee.fcMITH} WILL' attend the Justices Courts of Gadsden United States Reporter, Washington,D. C

V oughout the State as a of Thanksgiving; and! our stock It "cuB great tax m time and pa. S BAU1INGTON.Monticpllo & \TLIN, Pen aru1a. F. B. WHITING.St. Marks, the Circuit Court Middle Florida July 31, 1543. 10

4 .V .1se to Almighty Go. tienc., to erumcrat I the different styles( : and patterns May I. HJ7. -3. and by Unwgi-.ts generally throughout the United and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. fjC>- All newspapers throughout the United States

Given m hand and the great seal corriHMrg this assortment : sul.ee it to siy I that --- States November 22. ISVIS. 13 tf who publish tins prospectus once a week from tbi*

V. : EAU] of the State, ,the Capitol, this 15th October portion of those clcths( and ca>- iif'rsare of .Blit-: Notice. Price 31 per bottle. Six bottles for $.">. c5- Sentinel cop>. date till the meeting of Congres*. will be entitled to

V t47.- :xl n's RoisK eel Lust .':.and the clothing
.. IV. D. MOSELEY. every arlir. of thi-ir stock is of a style and Duality IV.) ( of f Daniel N Cone dcreastf, late of Columbia *'raher t that it is Sand Sjrsnpanlla that has been J will be placed on the list of those to whom the Extras -

Otcber 11, ISJ7. H that \ please the! most fastidious. County Kast( Flondj; ., will presriit his f final and constantly achieving- such remark.ble cures of DEALERS IX will be despatched.

i 3- All papers in the State copy They would mention that these CLOTHS are of account and vouchers the Jnd/e if Probate for the m-Mt difficult: class of diseases to which the human DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OIL

the tine."t te\turt. the best Enrli.hyc:1 dye, French Columbia Countyand. 3"1 tor a dirharre.VIILIM( frame is subject ; therefore ask for Sands' Sarsa- New Orleans Type Foundry,

0 P Sheriff's Sale. \\01 the black,( o. .: w',1 the 'black, \ COM':. Adm'r. urilla, and take no other. Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &r., Window Glass, AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING WAREhOUSE

b )Y virtue,of a writ of fieri facias, issued from the do. Ci..,j., Trench and G<*rmn black cloth,do Cass, Blount's rtrr.I, F.. May '!'I. t>17. .I II sri'; December" 12. 1SU5. 20 If PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORS,
French fancy CasimcrsVliTINGS ,Vo. 17, Canal street Row.
) Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for Hamilton Apothecaries' Glass Ware &cTl ,
V wherein cf fine Hack Satin, fine plaid Satin, Notice. H. @. SJOLWORTIHI n rT>HE nnder l leave
V il.t v. Middle Circuit c n.riJa. William / HE above constantly on hand and for sale at the icne beg to announce to P bJL -
A cooper is plaintiff, Thoma. Smith is dcfen- Silk Cerro, Woulen'th'e Ca"hr"rI and Polkanett l, SIX months( after date theactim Executor of the Attorney at Law, _L lowest market prices.We lishers and Printers, that they have established

V I have levied upon, and will expose for sale. Clruol'eo. Monterey checked.READYM.DECLOTh1lNG.Siipericir J t will\\ ami testament if Arthur J'jrnry Nn., Jlocticdlo[ Jefferson County, Florida, a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in this

re the Court Hou e door in the town of Jasper, Fine blk. deceased, will make application to the linn Jude have received late arrivals additioral city. The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut to
French dr tnd frock coats do. wool attend (the Circuit Courts of the MiddleV by large
English lliJu.?
< st dye
a :he Monday in December next,the following of Probi'eof Leon County for letters of di.miionaF order by workmen of long experience, and, as no-
of Medinnetantl
: frt do. do French Ca-Mut- Sack Coats, Doe-skin do., : v Circuit and of he County of Columbia of th* supplies Drugs, Chrmieaht\iiic\,
"- to wit: : f1lor of said ett with most of the expense was spared to obtain the handsomest faces
V lnd. black! and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe. Eastern Circuit Florida. together popular patent remedies
use t 4 of the North West 4 of Section( opera : July 17, i'I7. 52 Cn render the and in and to perfect it in every respect,we will venture to
'V black loth and Monttcello August 2!, IS 1C- SLaw our assortment largest most varied
coats ( over-ceat !
V I. nf Towiibhi) 2, of Ranze 13, North and Eas. 'I Cloaks. Pantaloon he.ocf of fine lo L Ca Lack the Stat All of which we offer at the lowest cash say it will be found as handsome, if not the handsomest
>simer, Notice.SImonthsnftrr
.1 '."vied upon n the property of taid defendant,and Lack Norhe. I in the United States. We have also a very
I do. of of the plICe
V sold to sati1v aid writ of lien facias a great variety fancy Ca. imer pants I II date, the Administrator of the Handsome assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of
V I latest at vie. 1'es.isof descripticn. July 25, 1 "6. 1 LEWIS .t. AMFS.
4. JOSIAH T. BAISDCN. Sheriff very Military i B. Kilptnckelca-a ed, will (he latest style, to which w* would call the attention
: V ctobcr 21.? 15-7. 15 Trimmings, hosiery, Shirts, Gloves, Crnls. self- present his accounts and vouchers to the Honorable NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN (that an applica of Printers'b fore purchasing elsewhere. All

; ".1 adjustii.g Stocks, Su"pcnders, and almost everythingcontietted Judge of Probate of Jefferson County aid to be be made to the Legislature i at its next articles manufactuied by us shall be of a material

: : Sheriff's Sale. with a gentleman's outfit. discharged Administrator of said l- lal". aI "IVM II BROCKENBROUGII willreturuto Flo- se'sion, for the passage of an act to incorporate a equal, if not superior, to any manufactured at the
B. A. P. all orders according V t rida in attend all the Courts the
to execute time of
Bank be called The Lank .M ldlt Florida
'Y virtue of an execution i issued out of the Justices to.(the latest and most approved stales. July 17, IS 17 :: 6m Middle Circuitand Jackson and Franklin Coun- to 1 5 of North; and as we shall sell Type at New York prices
AuUst21ISI7. we trust to meet with encouragement.We .
0 ; Court of the 2nd Dufict of Hamilton N. B Bv (the next arrivals we expect to receive ties in West Florida. B. & M will also attend the
DR. J. REESE'SLVER are now prepared to manufacture BRASS RULE V
# herein Jatnes Duncan i is and Sam-
V. VI ty, IJlinlif. THE m: IAINIR Supreme and Federal Court. Their time will be DR. J. S. BOND
and TYPE of magnitude,with We
Johnson is defendant, the of said any
Contablt October I 1.1CAROLINA devoted to the and
DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE exclusively legal profession
: rict has levied upon the following described 181. & claims against the United States for the attentive OFFERS his professional services to the citizens would also particularly call the attention of Printers
wit HOUSE and the surrounding to our LEADS, Laving an entire new set of
to : fieblc COJlilutln and those of se >rosccution of which arrangements have been made country.
; ... h South Wet 4 of North East 4 of Section 23, QUINCY, FLCRIDA.I PERSONS habits are "fel troubled with habitual I an Washington. Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel moulds, by which we are enabled to furnish a per-
V V 1, of Range 1% North Al 'nwnship andjF-ast. costiveness a unfavorable March 1.1 "
I' .J7. 31
exerts very ,
TE have lea ed for a term of (that :
years and Smith which
V Xorb East 4 of the South West 4 of Section 25, influence their general htallh,which ii particularly Napier, Washington ,
.V upon
and commodious establishment
V ..:. V Township 1, Range 13, North and East. large known Armstead'j and. manifested by irregularity if not of Notice.SIX U. S. MAIL LINE together with Chases,Cases,Composing Sticks Fur
i 'Cow in of the law in such case made formerly a lotel. In this condition of the tulalo, article niture, Ink, and every other article required in the
pursuance appetite. system
,V: V I I will expose for sale before the Court recently the Marshall House, have it open is confidently recommended with the thil months after date, I shall present my account Print(ing business,will be kept on hand,and furnished -
V prtit. for the reception of boarders and visitors, on the 15th aurancethat. vouchers the lion.
to A.
McDonald Judge at manufacturer's
the town of Jasper,on the first Mon. prices.
'Se if the dose
V door is properly adjusted not to
in next,wiihin lejjal hours, the above inst. The proprietors( pledge themselves that 10- the bowels so a of Probate in and for the County of Madison, ana Editors and Printers( wishing to establish a Newspaper
too actively, relief be relied
Dembr move ma
: .,} Levied on a the property of said thing 11:1 L spared on their part to receive and en without or> even (the least ; con- apply (for a discharge as Administrator rf the estate or Job Printing Office will be furnished with
:rib ld. any unpleasant
to be sold to satisfy said execution. in a proper manner all who may feel disposedto upon resulting I from (the use of t>(John W. Hicharwon,1aleohaid County,deceased. IB estimate in detail for the same,by stating the size
favor them with their patronage. The table will yijuences purga.Ih'e S. B. RICHARDSON. of the the and of
V JOSIAH T. BAISDEN Sheriff. medicine paper, or particular style quantity
I to.
: j 22. I47. b furnished with the but the market and adjacent Persons to Bilious Cholic rely the Madi on County, May 13, 1S47. 41: Om From Tallahassee to Macon. work to be executed.
'tlb 1 subject on
( attend and the bar with (the choicest may
5, t,, country can' of Ili") uslnc il in hours Tallahassee I. 0C::>- The proprietors of newspapers who will pub-
Wines Li and In short irevcntivepropertus( : medicine by ; (Sri Notice. Through forty-tiro from
: ,
juor* Cigars no exertions
ish this advertisement six months and send
V Partnership Notice. the intimttio:,of approaching attack. Thereare Maeon, and to Charleston in three days, a paper
: be %wanting to render their House one of (tha frt .n month, after date I shall final office will be
"i present my ac- to our weekly paid for the advertisement
constitutions ha'!': to attacks SIX in time to lake the Mail Boats on
some c regular
into (
V I have ( copartnership b-st in the State for
HE undersienrd very comfort convenience and c and vouchers the six times
to lion. Judge of Probate by purchasing the amount of advertising -
.illioui Fever almost tall ., rth
of GRO-SSMAYER 4JDMAN every ; to such the use thefuurlh day.
under the st,le and firm living.
go in and for the County of Jeilersnn, and apply for a bill in Type.
his medicine is reconutiiei.ded, beginning to use it Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays
of General
transaction a Dry
1.. : 4 fee the EIZZCLL. : Administrator THE .
:: J & discharge as of the estate of Abram GREEN A. CO.
V the middle of first of June. and Fridays at 4 o'clock A. M.,
Buyior at Tallahawee Quincv, OctoW 1C, IM7 by May or \'s,
C'. : I t: li and Gtocery 3m irantham, late of said count,deceived. June 26, l'17. 19 Cm 17 Canal St. Row-
V Those Whose digestive 1 orcatis are feeble often exenencc and arrive in Macon(via Quincy Bainbi idge, Newton ;

t I' ,\ IFRGhOSSPf YE. Notice. > a sense of fullnt-u, weight and opnreion WILLIAM GORMAN.Monticcllo Albany Amcncus, and .Perry.) on Tuesday,

'. MORRS L about the stomach alter eating will hud this iii di- September IS, 1S17. 9 Cm Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock. P M., in Boot and Shoe Making.llEundersined.haTinPurchased.
'Vtober 20, [23] 1S17. OIX' months after date I shall
; present my aCcounf cine afford almost immediate lime (or the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on '" the
t. rclie.
.. O and voiKhers lo tho Hon. Judge of ofJefkrsun Ladies near (their suffer from Coffee. Wednesda\s, and Fridays. at 4 o'clock A
Mondays J.
stock and materials of LCAI*
} J : NEW GOODS. and for letters of dismissionas : Vj entire
; county, apply heartburn and costiveness : to such this article i is BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE, H.,and arriving in Tallahassee on Tuesdays Thurs- V* Vj RcHrELD,who 13 about leaving the State,
: S ': PHE on&r.it lure just received by the latest Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg, highly recommended, as it can be used without the 20 5U do. Rio do. da)!, and Saturdays at 10 o'clock, P. M This line % respectfully informs bin friends and the

: f'; 1 roes York and are now owning, late of Jel'eron county, deceased. least danger and with great bencGt. In tick or nervous 25 do. Lazuira do. connects with the Central Rail RoadSavannah, Augusta public that.he is at present at the old stand, where

i:! V ill and splendid' assortment of FANCY and DO- HENRY GREENBERG, Adm'f.Clbh. headache it is invaluable. Just received and for sale by Milledgeville and Western Rail Road to Co- he is prepared to execute all work in his line with

.. V.' ,TlCDYGODSCLOTlh1NG,1tOOTSAN0tOF. r 1C, 1'.n. j3 Cm This article will be found to act Ga. It also connects with ,the Mail Line
:: as a plesant cor- Sept. IS, 1817. 9 LLOYD t FLAGG. tmbus, promptness and despatch. He has on hand the finest

'.,. >. JEWELRY. HARDWARE, GROCEIE. NoticeS dial and tonic, restoring tho appetite, and at the from Quincy to Chatfahoochie and thence to Apa- of> calf skins, and all sorts of materials, and will

.: -. JLc.. to all of which they call att'ntion same time fulfilling every intention that the common DR. {. II. BUNTING, achicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to make at short notice and in the best manner, GEN

'. n: :::! .V-citizens Tallahassee and icioity. They haei hereby given lo all persons! ilerctJ. that six purgatives are intended to ef 'C't. It is purely *t[- SURGEON DENTIST Columbus in three days, and but one night will be TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES nl descrip-

). '. in thi.tore recently occupied by J. R. FOR- I months after d te.1 I shall my account table, and, when used according to the directions, spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. ion. Boot footed soled,and otherwise every repaired in
( ,
J: \ t V oe in the Pbcrnix Building and innte all p r.l"1' and 'ouchef to the Hon. Judge of Probate in and will be found an invaluable article,especially to t those HAVING permanently located in Quinry,F1oritJa. The public may rest assured that every attention will and at reasonable charges lie will warrant -
call and examine.their for the County Jeflerson,and apply ( a dischargeas tenders his services to the publicin godsi; style
vwishing.to purchase to o afflicted with Dyspepsia Derangement of (the Liver, be paid to the coa fort of those who may patronize his work be equal to done in the place
.: : V f'i. before burcbasin elsewhere, as they believe the Administrator of the estate of Anna Brooks, or General Debility. the various branches of his profession. From his this Line. \p any
and to as good satisfaction as to fitting as
other merchants in the late of said County, experience and success in practice, h* feels assured give any
i ''i are not a.n deceased.JAMES Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin Piko county, FARE: other workman.
t! either pw ,or cheapness of R. and ( sale by appointment atE of being able to please those who may patronise him.r. .
tf t ; lI thfr ROOKS Georgia. or From Tallahassee to Quincy,$2 50; to Eainbridge, JOHN LERCU.
4 } : Oct. 30 IM1. 15 ) B. refers the to
: Jefferson County, Jr's. V
..oj.J. ( BARNARD $5 ; to Albany,$11 1.and to Macon $22. May 8,1847. 43 tf
Col. W. T. Dr. J. M. W.
i naOSMYE GOODMAN. Drug Store, TaKahissee, WRIGHT & SAWYER Proprietors.By .

:;J.! t .'itober23, 11. Sale of Lot No. 50. DANIEL LADD, Newort, Gen. C. I!. Drrovr Dr. R. E. LITTLE. JOHN M. VARN, Agent. -V-V N. it!. MARTIN,
Office the M. E. Church.
opposite Ladies waitedon
r auction in front of Monticello tyj-: Offire at the Planter's Hotel Tallahassee-C.
l be sold at public my their residence usual. Commission and Forwarding lereiant,
F- j ? I Spanish Regalias. WILL in the Capitol for emk, on Saturday, Quiney, September at 11, t847.as 8 BAILEY,Agent; at Maj.fA THANS, in Quiacy"

1 V the 20th day of November, 147, LOT No.50. in the HARDY BRYAN, V V July 17, 1841. 52 104 Poydras street,

i, ;' ( AA JU! iye per Brig Lacy, and North Wet quarter of Section thirtj-one Township Agent for Thomas coaoty,Geom'a.Notice. Bagging and Rope. NEW-ORLEANS. LA.
-- one, North of Range one. West. This} lot was a1 Lard Whiskey, &0. ,

,j. I L- & GRE"DE&CO. purchased by W. H. Wyatt, Eijq. at (the original salt 75 PIECES for sale on Kentucky reasonable Bagging terms, by 60 coil of Rope, received per, Schooner Southerner from New .1.) attended to with promptness.BETXK V

,1.w t 0-tober301847.| 1 of the lots in taid quarter section, and sold under an BIRCKETT fc. LINDENBERGERAngnrf JUST S bbIsVhi.key.,. TO V 5

-V igrretnent with sud Wyatt and myself,in accordancewith months after dteI shall present my accounts do. Lard ". Jiro. W. AKOXLX, LATHAM it-BAMT
.r S9,1847. 8 I ,
L ieceivtjd by the latest Av8 the conditions of.the original sale Said lot SIX vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate in > V do. Molcsset.A JLBxsTwicx. S. S-SiBUT.> ...

'LARGEfcf. of READY adjoins the lot and residence o Capt. A. E. Harris, and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for a dis- FALL-1847. f .-, 1 do. Syrup, V D.CSrnber5,1846. SO \ .,

V 4 J ,, also in French town. charge as Administrator( de Zinnia non ot (ho estate stock of FALL V : 10 Boxes Soap
t \ THING SHOES, BOOTS; a general siS \17fi are opening our GOODS, tod BALSAM OF
V V F. BENJAMIN BYRD of Everett White, late of laid County, deceased VV will tell them how.I3IRCHETT. Rice, Java Coffee, &'. Jtc- (01'111e low by WISTAR-S LEWIS A
:nenl or < Treasurer and Commissioner Jcr ,
: GREENl3flG&CO. & LINPENBEROER. February *>, TS't. 31

V ,;,' V .')brrOj17V. I I: Tl11i'c'. ktrrr! l 1(5( 1t7. itVV MondeclK July 1CJ7. y m October \\f't t*n. n October 23,1517. 1-1'


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