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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: January 29, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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him 40.000 I CarnpfaH, of "'IY, is a ,
from the Kickmtnd IWag. scion of the Lord of the Islra. A descen. t I.cost I.- :

BRING HOME TOE DEAD. FLORIMAN1 daiit of another of Waller! Scat's herntsi islojjid f .

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cbefT the liiag-tbeo DUD-tAt Qtt1t we pausej4 field.- I BY SIBLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1S43. VOL. XLt-NO. 23. Jan. 17. lr43.Gen t. ;.I. J
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give l'rankin P.e.cc-Capt. MrCulloughj: .'
%ow calm and fti11' --- ---- :-- Texan Anecilarcf! Col. liar. 'I j
t"at plain ------- -- Ranger-
- r-'J'rrCbance wild and fl-mrr Iparkhng binoin nil"nundowr the rarieties- of- construction- ,-thc sort- -of- -wood I to- be attentively- lstene to even by an on- Vandrestj b-l had hitherto ;cared; fr-n; hi death, aiid won the victory. In lie next y ea>, niy and tiCj. Irurtid-Ar.ny and NavyO.ibers i
rI pi WIinp grut : I II He threw on earth but violin, soon : I( regarc in the lovely season of an American spring: VasLington-l'roj'o'itioii' ucompel ; It ItIbe
: Ipra\t 01 battle rOJId. used, the thickness and fashion of the strings ;; known neighbor way. nl | .
Jdt little tbat plain, violin and played until Miss Dacres with the enthusiastic attach fnt the musician wvdded his I betrothed, and look : them I the Button Arc. ;
martial hut crt on and after of consideration, lip at las) !! his soul into his i to wear .p gC
; I f &md faPII51y thtr, cannon pealed ; I week to and make one for himself. .I of an earnest and upright nature ; for v ith all her to a sweet country home, such as lie: had (;cmit ral Franklin Pieir' arrived h-reon '
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,, li.in cheer'nrath their .at )* ',,1lIn-fit.J., During the long light summer nights, be I midnight.Next day, while at his duties in his master's the allurements of a musical career, Reubencontinued ofien dreamt of when; he used lo sit on iiiui- Saturday, from Mexico.: This gallant i ui :er i :: I \

nt ,LJID lie worked hour after hour in his garret, or on shop, the apprentice was sent for to the house .simple-minded and guileless in filer evenings 0!the house-ton in New York, is on hiwav. to :Hampshire on a visit i tu :l "4i g a'

ftl. .there r""eft'r veiled fr)m sight, the ro< f of the house ; his natural mechanicalskill opposite. Reuben went bearing the insignia character as the primitive sect from which he looking at the blue sky, and bringing fn.i. his f.llni:). The (Jenera! is. a yiung mat, ., r !1t'
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So more to bear br-the ely 1M'"roP4 the fipht.4nd aided by patience and ardor : and of his lowly trade ; but instead of a patient i sprung. And Cora was worthy 'to inspire the fiom; his rude vi 1 In. And in Reuben's ;p'e ,. and.lf1IItJ: reminds! me .>f thedener.iKi't! tho h rlevuhumium.Fimll ))1. '
i; tho* *n \\a gentleman who only love of such a nrin : whether she returned it IDt home was there t no r.lc more t.etiiuti'J ot talent: without: :: f t: .
ir.WI! won tte battle prmind.f with the few tools which be borrowed from I customer, he paw > I I preten.
I. ;ID their home how sad and drr r. the good-natured carpenter who had given smiled at his array of brushes. or not, Reuben did not eonsider-h" was too than: this same: violin, l.aJ first ta-igl.t I *i. \Vbifjtan twthe ueui l.b there repealed .' him the he pucreeded in f forming thebody 141 not send for you to act as barber,*' utterly ah-.orbd in the new delight of loving him how much can be dntl< wiih : brave :I mi'itary: bombast.-Once IL Senator ii ,the} e J J : .
ti 7/' ? "h'n '''tDC en (1.-r. woo dil which and of loving her, to think i-f asking bim'llf 1 heart and good courage to try. itcd Stairs tt'l.Jt'r"J t.
Jfl L'.rflr.fiildErikGnleth 1 of But here a long cessation said stranger in F.nglish, was; : I Congress the
Lit nournft:on took pl.ice in Reuben's toil ; for he had strongly tinctured with a foreign i ;accent "but the! question.' He visited at her house, and Reader, the wholeof R'uienanhre'ts! I cd time' Attorney ('l'nt'ral"lJp----tt" f.r he : it
HEAD--am)} let them lie I' to purchasethe to speak to about the violin-playing! which I I became a favorite with IIT fJth"r-a wou'd- I life was influenced by l.is:acting up tuthat lit resigned before the expiration of t.is !term ; : 1 t t
aroundfle ) the few nece*'ar you
" ","re friend ran dwk tie graves ; not fn'u |pence ) be amateur, w ha took: pl'MS'iic in hi, tie word !" Two anl I I.I I a : ,
old I.
4 .tldil'r'. it n to (''ir- I strings ; and the bow, which bp could notmake. I heard last night. Am I rightly! informed fiil I try proverbs- and the last he iecined! when (tf IC1J. Tu t i"i'I
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i I Ii dra'in with and treating there is much sterling in old proverb 'Il.dit be BiiM that when the .' .
his it ,
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md mu.icanl wi"nn
I But nnt to rrst on liaUle gr" it was utterly! i'ut of his power to buy. that the performer was yourself I country
He sat looking in despair at the half-finished 44 II was, sir, answered Reuben, trembling them as costly and not disagreeable- : 1)a:1: I --3"r'enthin musfhave a beginning," I I culiedto! arms he was among tie first vhuacce .5 J iI .

i n 30 L L A MS 3J ;. instrument-body without a soul-aad even with eagerness.. things. and o man: j\O\what he can do until he I I ited the service offered h.m.: Tae higho ; "
____ ---- 7- u _____ his fife could not console llim.J .Who taught you ? But at last Mr. Dacres was routed from his I tries." Now, kind reader, keep this in mind; i ;)ii.iii: held: of him b> men and olfireiaevinco : t. .
'TIS USELESS TRYING ut one day a kind-hearted customer noticed I mystiC apathy by the evident and close friendship b<*- ai..l never while you live, damp .tie! energiesof thepropriely ijf;he selec'ion! anltha I- 4'

too will! never sneered-'ti* melees! try- the slight, pal,-looking boy who had arranged TIn you love music ? t\\tI\ hit daughter and young Yairlrest. yourself or of any other person by the heartless capacity itt the man. Accompanying hint is'Jt.f.. ::1
the answer we received one day I his locks tn gently and carefully, and my whole heart and soul cried Though he !liked the violimM well! (nu, h..thl and dangerous sentence, "Tis useless try- here is the celebrated Capt. McCuIlough, the : J."

(. talking was of nomething: quite unimportant; I Reubei becamo the glad recipient of a dol. the young man enthusiastically. I hint of IlVulien marring; Cora sounded i ill! in ,in;." celebrated Texan Ranger, aral what will: most 1,1 J\ '

ft\'tIIed..r* reader, but serf near ollr own lar. He fje w to buy rafgut and an old bow, The stranger skilfully drew from Reuben ears of the prudent man, especially when given i. 1erchant' end 'ar him I to the per.p'e( Maryland, the :! i \ ,
The \oice was one wr always I listen' and with trembling hinds strung his instru. the little history ofhimselfand his violin, and by one of those odious, good-natured friends Tricks of 1rade.-The Ma a- companion Captain Walker. I.' j. K"
.1. nut Beldom follow ; but this lime ii* in.nt. Who can tfescrilf I he important mo. : talked to him I long and earnestly. "'01 havea with whom the woild abounds. The result line has an interesting 1tloir ofthe late (Gid. The fierce Col. Harney, i>{ihe drago ns, b .
11d arguments were unheeded. \Ve ment ? Leverrier's crowning calculation for true feeling for that lulll uit, to which, I was'a conversation between himself and, eon Lee, among several anecdotes in which istle the chew licrof our army, is also in Washing. f J.
jtwrtging Yandrest which, bewildered and following! illustration of his own fair dealings observed nf all fJ"! An : "J't
in the incident
and "c did succeed.fle the new plant Lord Rosse's first too. belong he said. "Yol may ba\'f many utterly I tjn, .rTers. i ;
ivy fact set us moralizing on the good or through his giant teK-' .cope, are little com pttp. difficulties to encounter ; but len'r be di rour- despairing: poor Reuben" drrar: his: hidden] ,and the usual results trickery. in trade I : that I occurred: at Fuller's Hotrlthe other b .. :.

tendency of these three word*-"Tis ed to poor Reuben's fii.t l attempt to draw I ncJ-'ou will surmount them all. You have I and trta.ul.1 love, frt with the 's'.mrirtkngtiindtv ; No man more thoroughly! despised dishonesty evening: may not be uninter(.lin Col. I ;: .
/l'J tryin:. And the conclusion we came sounds from his s'inliti. The pounds came ; had many hindrances ; but listen, and I will ida man: see? his inm. 't heart than Mr. Lee, and h. used to lemark,- I Hartley is lull "six feet four, and efginty! .. '

,|en this, that fur cue vain iJra dialled, ,one stung after string was tuned ; the bow was I tel you what befell meat your ag'-. I once rudely laid bafV, and then with the firmness "No trade can be fund that i iA not beneficial prup.rtuucdhjfIT: } IturbiJe, a son of irbruiT ,' r. '
'nl overturned by their prudent intlu.tCt applied ; and the. tio'in:: had a soul Feeble came. a poor boy like iou, to the greatest capital j given by a ('onrciounls.that t there i is in that I to both puties thl" buyer and seller. A emperor of Mexico! and I now a .'..'ell-- : 4r
( project those! chilling words have rung the and thin the no'es' were, but still they were I in Europe, my heart lull of music but utterly I heart nothing for which an hoii: ,.st man need I man may obtain a temporary advantage by can prisoner en parole here, is less than fin # 1"-'.

jell,of a hundred brilliant and lift.sustaining dltinc musical tones : and the boy hugged without mtans. My cnhwealh was i blu,b. tiling an article for more than it is worth : t let in s'ature. Harney, the American dragoon ; ti 4.
and paralyzed ;into apathy a thousand his Felf.lmdl trtI"urp to his beating her my\violin I left it one day in my I poor I 1 am sorry for you, Mr. Yainlrest] ," saidthe I but the effect of slb operations must recoil I is therefore full sixteen inches more elevated "

:WI 1..e,and ardent minds u ho might otherwise actually subbing with joy. her, while 1 went out to buy a loaf with my I blunt, yet not ill-meaning; cii.izeim. "But upon him in "the shape of bad debts and increased than this Mexican aid of Santi nut. \ \ .
risk. ,.
elevated themselves and hel lld| the He played tune after ttP: he never noticed last coin. When I came back, my violin was: I it i i" impossible that you can ever hope for Co .4 Allow me, saiJ a gentleman, to lI1ru.! t't. ,'.
: A with whom} lie had
11 1d in its roreu. What would! Ameriiv that evening da-kened: into night ; he gone It had been stolen.! May God I forgive ra's hand. person some transic- dice you, Major It-irbide. tu Col. Harner, iT 'i ap 1
on
-e been (that strong-hearted Columbus: forgot his supper! ; he forgot too-what t.ut me for the crime I contemplated! )in my mad I "-Vhiy.l impossible '"' said the young man, lion, once boasted that he had on an acca- the t*. S. dragoon!. Harner, in his most .: ._ t "ff..
all his priJe and ell-po. '.'".ion. zion obtained an over such a neigh : bowed. Iturbide bowed in .: e i..., 1 "I-
J been discouraged by sneers and argu- for his miiical: enthusiasm wo-ild long since dispair I rushed to the river ; I plunged in : r"co\'trin just : alJ'antc:1 polished manner, .. .
.I_811! about the u!elessne.s ol his attempt to have cOle into his mind-that though the I but I was saved from the death I sought, :. nd 1"1 1 am not rich ; but I haw an ims|",tted IIHIIM', Illr ; 'and to.day" say "1 have obtained: returne, and then lookedrip. Looking f.r t Pa '

i a new world Or \here would have childish fife might pass muster in the house of saved to live for 1 better things. My friend," and the word is all I before 1( DJ you object over"you. a moment with restrained: astonishment upon .F f 1 i
,ffr Newton's Btupendous theory if at the his master a violin uc er'would. The good continued the musician, after a long silence I to my profession( ?'' I "Well, said Mr. Lrc-that maybe ; but: Ilam'-,tbe Mexican said, 4I should hate to : js ,

canoencemeni fl of his researches, pome rued$3friend Quaker, one of tlt strictest of his sect, thought during which his lace was hidden by his hands ""By: no means ; a musician is an honorable if you promise never to enter my oflice again" have met you at Cerro CJordo. The in!tnii f. Hi- .

at his ('a h'r\whispered lm't; )ic was useless, sinful, heathenish ; and aLi "in all the trials of your career remember this, man.just] as much so as a storc-kefper. I will give you that bundle of gt'at-tkiiib. reply of C0!. II: rney was ininia'! wl hiie: i'! i .ti
At any other tim Ihe complimentary! The man made the promise and took the it ....it could be nothing elsegentle.1 : .' .. J ,
[ %ill l b? sure to tail: ? In aid of the Idler in his eyes was equal with a tief and take warin very wa* -
-- T.Vever-try; you doc.rine: comes r-.nitr.. with ilR Therefore who can picture Reuben's consternation "1 will-1 ui:! cried Reuben, much moved. comparison. would have made Ht."bt1 smile : I skins. Fi fie en years aftervv ards, I.e walked into ininly. DearbjlJr, I woj'd'nl! have h irt ;

rent rnItat! no attempt at all is bet. .: when his naru-t dour opened, and his I 1'iit" now he only answeri-d! while the color i Mr. Lee's office, w,.o at that instant.: on stre- y"11 for the \ 'orH: The ctlect u; on the %i'M' ,

than a a fjiojr We deny; the f.ict ;lotl). :'! master. ,to ;:ould a mil (:fail in a project too high fur'I wrath in silenceorilv," he took caro secret in my life, it is as well that I should not early life My :father was of good! 'family: ; ; .Y ou have violated" JO.r'rd, pay me for ------' .hg'.It 'I.Sjaniili

u, he at lea I Iecomef acquainted w- !the I to keep Ins ddilins ,"inlil sat! from the etorm, reveal mv name ; and besides, it could d<> yni I but, it tniy lt you would,: blii! 'h to pm" mber the goat-skins" Intrigues in J/caio..The mod -4. .i., ,t "
0 Oh said the man, "I have been striking intelligence: from pain, by I the last J r I'
.'tntofhis own powers; he loses that in.xed by pressing it clo'ely in his arm j no good, as I set out for Kurnpe to-moirow. that your daughter's' husband once served in very ..
I, *' imfjrtunatc si..ce I and arri-al, is found in the ch of Senor b .
.elf nhation which. i is the prctetiae I Thou hast I been neglecting I thy: work and : Hut should you ever be in 1'aru, cum to this a barber's shop saw y:u, am quitepo foreign sptM l : t f fn
I ii the Legislature! of that Kingdom, J
II Oloza
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ail Mr. Dicres. f, )r. ;a : !
of real merit ; and in finding his o\vn stealing cried :the angry man. address, leave this writing, and you will hear .\h' dearsir, "(1 r- .
I f..JIt' 44 said Mr. L" nJ will which he alluded "to recent J
occurrencesin
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; always r
: aiiJ tah-nt anj wealth! : : JOU : i
tel, he niay yet do xvell. And better, far I 1 I Ila\c ueglwcted, my work, timidly of me. get we u'e r llIllicar. : be Yes. miserable desire of Mexico. "He held in his hand, Te: '. .:
overreaching :
that all the pretenders in the world I answered the boy ; 4atid 1 hate not stolen theviolinindeed The gentleman wrote some lines in a foreign ari* our only' aftocrar( Thf Ir"tIU un- I IeI
souM ttr. sink back into deterved obscurity! than I I have: not. i language, which Reuben could not make out, doubtedlv:. possess ; but wi'houtthtr second, you others must keep )ou so. said, the proof that large sum hud beeu ; .I. t'1\ :
wasted in absurd intrig'ies there. The ar- : j f ,,
at one spaik of real talent should I be oitin- I .How didst thou :et it though among his musical acquaintance he II cannot marry: Cora ; and there is"no chance oJvotir : rnormoui l'orlllnl'ir Rooort: Peel is I count of the expenditures of tren'r u' o'. ..' ..
;.bed the cold-liearted da'ck-" 'Tis I made it seif.; had gained a little knowledge of bolh French ever becoming a rich man. .
by my said to >ossess an e 'aie; valued! at ninety ,
fol. <
| Havana for l the 1 10 contained the _
!' Now hating prosed Old looked surprised. All the and Italian. He then Vandrcst the ad "Will you let nvi tr ? eagerly cried Yandrcst. I year !
11u tr>ing enough Epbraim I gave ) millions of dollars. His :randather! was in item : Paid in cashing Trea&u.-y bIU i ,
ins enlighten our arguments by a story.Between I music in the world was nothing to him, but I dress and bade him adieu. The young man 1- quite' ordinary circumstances. Hi> father wasa hImg remitted her Majesty's Minuter Peiiio.tentiary ; i J. j!
and be had mechanical employments, i this adventure, and it was It be of no use ; you could not suc by | .' ,
ten t twenty year ago-the I a fancy for long pondered over "'oul cotton spinner, and! accumulated a portion: in Mexico the sum .5100,001).* Wa P, 1' ;,' "
recipe date is immaterial: -there \3 in theT I and the idea of making a violin struck him a i tbe final point which made him relinquish a ceed.. of this immense estate, which the son has % .
tLis uat'uii then abundantly! IIPf'licdYIlb \ i:
so
of New York a barber's apprentice, a ingenious. He examined it, and became' less: : trade so unpleasing to him for the practice of "1 could-I could! exclaimed the youngman since increased by judicious investments. Ouly : r
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I m.tlH"tb3.t it could at?>rd to thing away : :
wig boy named Keuben Vandrrrt. His angry. "Will i play 1" asked he. : his beloved art. impetuol ly. "Only let ma hope. I three generations have sufficed raise a miserable intrigues in Mesic : t: t
fell lineage was shown by his surname, Reuben, delighted, began one of his most I It is a mistake to suppose that the profession would try anything to win Cora !" comparatively obscure family to rank. opu. resources? We upon should think it was tan i if- :_ \ t\ I't i
'en, in course of tears and generations, touching airs ; but his master stopped him.- of music i an easy, carelrm life, tu which anyone And i in this earnestness of love did Reuben 1 lence and power. OKT:! examples of what 1 ') Tnited: State to catch them J mat
really ,
S been corrupted from Van der Pest to "That w ill do, said he ; h I only want to may turn who has a distaste for more solid pur-sue his almost hopeless way. He had industry and merit can achieve may be moted. the were
would
trick she be iu
'adret, while for his Scriptural Christian see if it sounds!all tunes arc the same. And ; puuuits.; In no calling is intellectual activity pledged his word that he would not try to win But in all these instances'of success"we of so foolish findinghersellbess a ahit danger .. j.;' ." Ji !

sne he was indebted to a worthy, Quaker 1 suppose thou wilt turn musician ? and arduous study more imperatively 10quired. I hers-this her father imperatively demanded ; I hall find that the rewards of life have only soon .1"10
i niaternal grandfather who had come over Reuben hung )his head and said nothing. I He who would attain to even but Mr. Dacres also promised that he wouldleave attended those who have b. n m"n of probity Mixfd Races ofi>.nilh Antrica and J/rri- f.

11 William 1'enn. Theee names were in"h .Well, that thou cant never do, KO I would I ate eminence in it, must devote years moer.I' his daughter free, nor urge her to accept economy and enterprise. Your illian.: thoughhe ro..Ir. Tschudi! adistinzui&hd: German na- '. a.I

all the boy: owed to hi? progenitors, a I advise thee not to try. Forget the fddle. and 1 patient toil to dry and uninteresting any other husband: during the three years of I may succeed for a while, is sure at last to tmirahist', Iris recently pulilUhed! a work entitled ; ''
his cradle he had been an orphan cast be a :00. barber. however, I say no study. A poet may: be one oy : absence that he required Reuben Yandrest. be found out. The spendthrift dissipates a I "Travels in Pf.tru. which i is well known.ti ( :

"i the charity: of the wire world lint the more ; only thou must play! out of doors next I II utterly):impossib'c: that a musician can IH great They parted-Reuben and Cora-with the fortune but never acquires! one. Indolence! is this work Le gives list of the erodes rebiilting S

'icellerrt: sect to which Reuben's mother had time. I without a deep science as ever puzzled a mathematical outward seeming of ordinary acquaintance ; the agent of poverty, and never fails to make I : from the intermixture_ ufthe SpanUh! &
Unsed, i ic one of the f-w who never cast I Hut all the discouragements of the mUic.1 biain. Ho must work-work- : but vas it likely that a love eo deep and absorbed good returns. To be successful in life, we with the Indian and negro races in thai coun .. -

lambs* from their bosom and the orphan ker could not repress Reuben's love for every inch of his way ; must dig the foundation as that of the young musician should have only to do right and remain true to ourselves I try. Th rettlement of Mexico by the Spaniards .

,.ild was not deserted. The Friends look j' He cut, and curled, and shaved: as in duty and enrich the soil, before he can firmnhis have been entirely suppressed by hint.and unappreciated and victory, in general is ceitain. If, :huI!; place at the same tune; and tla, ._ "
're of him : and when he was able to earn aehihood. bound, and then fled away to his violin. ', garden and plant his flowers. Thu did by her who was its i: object They a rebuff meets us. we mut not be disheartened I intermixture: of races has been perhaps greater ; $ .

; one of their number received him j From ihe roof of the house his music went our young ex-barber of New York : he studied parted without any optn confession : but did try again. These arc the secrets of, in that country than in Peru. Au officer! .. '-t -
II an fpprentice. Such was the hort> and forth ; and in this most original sonnet-room, I. by science what he had before learned not Cora's heart follow the wanderer as he I wealth of all the Peels, Girards and Astors I of our nrirv informs us that the Mexican so!. '
ople itory of the barber's boy.S"ithout I with the open sky above him, and the pert city i I through his natural genius, and rose slowlyand i iI sailed towards llurope ?-did she riot ('ni up I that ever lived. i diets prr&eu: the moat unequal: character thou 'f'r

entering on metaphvMCS, everyman pparrows s. now ued to his melody, hoppingI I I gradually in his profession. .S.Hiirtiine his image, and repeat his tnm'J*i:1 name, as I r[ em be n'et with anywhere in tbe worW. f i
being has some inner life which therorld by his side did the boy gradually acquire the ;: his slight and ordinary appearance, which. though it had contained a "urlof: melojy- Use: of Tbacco.-Ttlt're is an article much :! Some are brave and many; ; ethers quire the
outside knows nothing of. Thus fiomt 1 frt secrets of his art. Jt is needless to enume :. made look more boyish than he really!: : itvel!! ?-and did she nut !feel as certain in li T !, us"d in' ,'ariolaya5, though not as an: aiiment I reverse, and pos'ieSinIt' lasest end most ;: ,

earliest childhood the 1 passion of Reuben rate the connivances he resorted to for in. i: was-his quaint old-world uunc-ald:1'"nt' heart il! hearts bat( he loved her, as it be had I the deleterious: effects of which 0:1 the barbiro-is! qualittCfi. Thi<, doubtless:: i is a result -

-andrest bad been mu ic. He would flow .strucli'jn-how he wandered through the : ail, a simplicity and Quaker-like f'culilifJin ? told her so I hundred times' I assimilating organs require to be briefly noticed i I in put ofthe crossings: oflhe races. ., iC ,

'le itinerant minstrels of the city :; one : streets with his violin at night, to gain a 'few his dress and manner, annual :.I.I When andreftl was preparing for the Toy- I : namely, tobacco. Although tonfe The fu.Iovvi .g is IVchudi'a! oflhe crossing .
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(net after: another, often thus losing IIIM : cent wherewith to purchase old music ; and of his companions who followed music more age, he accidentally found the lonforgt.tten'I'Ii sedly! one of the most virulent poisons in nature in Peru : .; ii -
JIM.!*, his rest t, every thing except his school. \ how he gradually acquired skill, eu a to be for show than through real geuiii* and into of i note (!the stranger musician. It directed him yet such is the facinali:!; inlluence:! of: FAKCNT3. CHILDREN. "
ng, which precious thing he was too wise to admitted into a wandering baud. the art. But the story of his early p lctrr. ,I to I\iris : and] to Pans. he determined to proceed this noxious weed that mankind resort to it in White lather and njro mother. .!utartn.: .

brow away even for music. He made fritnd-1 j One night when this primitive orchestra ance always disarmed them ; and it was a 1 as all Europe was: alike to one who knew every mode they can devise to ensure its: stup- White lather and Indian mother. .. .11f'Stiu.. .1. .

Ihps: with blind pipers, Italian burJy-urJj- I I was engaged; tor a ball at a private house in !I common saying, with r.fl'T'I't to young Vundrcst I not 8 single soul on the wide expanse ot f the! : ify lug and pernicious agency. Toil cco 'i!orders Indian White latr.tr I lather; ;and rd I muUtto nv;ro ntoihir.itiuthrr.! Chioo.rnarteroo.. it% t

.and above all, with \ ; i i the city, the first vislin mysteriously' disappoared. i that he who could make a violin, would I old world: lie arrived there ; and found in the assimilating l functions in general!, but White father and: me:>tiza mother. Creole pale I 1 1
.)r, with an intuitive perception l the ,'iuln-I I In the dilemma young Reuben I surely learn to play it. I his tiu-Lixmn friendthf kin !-h *arled and talented particularly, as I believe, the assimilation of ('I'owni"b compleiiuif 7 ; .\
he prince of stringed instrument*-was i found courage to oflT'T himself a substitute. I By degrees the y oung violinist rose into! no'e Swede who., on th<* death; of Paganini, the saccharine: principle. I hare never, indeed White father and china mct er. Chino-Clanco'. i' Iii 5 .
chid f \orite. From all and each of these j It was a dating thing. The other musicians and became received into society where he I hI Income' the first violinist: in tho t'ord- been able to trace the development of White I"t lather her and and cuartere qutntera mothrr.Dh.th.1f.. \Quinteiu.White \llte. -

ndfring musicians: I'euben was ;intent on I first laughed at him ; then heard him play the I could hardly have dreamed that he ..h"ud.r: i Oe: Bu! I oxalic acid to the use tobacco, but that some N.jro fa'her and In Jian mother. Zarnbo.Zinibonegio'. .- '-
Dining something : they I were won by his ]I part, which no one cUe could take ; and set his foot. But it is a hapi.\ peculiarity in The success: of the young American was I analogous and equally poisonous principle Negro father and mulatto mother.Nezro : .. .
:hidish! mnntrt and his earnest admirationfor finally nutfrred him to try. For the frt timein the domestic rannl"r ) world, that I' now made tUf*. The. great violinist had (too (probably of an acid nature) is generated in lather und me-tiza rnrtner.Xrgro Mutatto.oscuro.- .' 1.,,

love ofiraie i is th" same in a blind frl- '. his life the barber's bur; witnessed glare real talent ever finds its way, mind takes its i much true genius to tar competitors!, and no certain individuals by its abuse i is evident from Nrgro father father and ant!china Zainbo mother.motL r. Zambo-chmo.Zanbo-negro. $
ler al in an r'pera.uiger-aud by degrees I of a ball.) It seemed to him a fairy scene: he own rank in society. Thus many a rich citizen i mean jealousy kept him from advancing the their cachectic looks, and from the dark and perfrctlv block. f i.t ..INera -
Reuben not only listened, but learned to play. was dazzled. b<*w Idered, excited, and in his was pleased to welcome to his house Mr. I fortunes of Yandiet by l every means in his often greenish yellow tint of the blood. The father end quinteTs I'n lner. Mulatto rather 4

instrument came amiss to him : but his' fntbl'iahD he played excellently. The night Vandrest, the young and unassuming musician, power.-.Reuben traversed l Iur; 'pt| going from severe and peculiar dyspeptic symptoms' some dark. r ,'.. m.-
sole private propeity{ was an old fife ; and : wore away ; the dancers seemed never weary whose gentle manners and acknowledged talent I capital to ('apitdl. .'trJ"hNe making friends, : times produced by inveterate snuif-tuking are Indian lathvi!jthi' snd and mulatto rnestiza mother.mother. Mtstizo-claro.Chinocruro.Indian '. .

"ith this simplest of all orchestral varieties I ; not SO the aching fner of the musi were equally prized. The barber's apprentice and, what was siill: more important to him mo. well known : and I have more than once seen trequrntlv very beautiful.' r.l
the poor birber's boy used to cree.' to his i cians. Reuben especially, whom the excitement of New York was utterly forgotten, ney. Hn allowed himself no pleasures, only such cases terminate f fatally: with malignant Indian father ar.d china mother. Chino-chvla. .I .
UTrtand there strive, with his acute ear was new, grew more and more exhausted or only thought of as a proof how murh a the noce!.arit'S of irle ; and laid up all his disease ofthe stomach and 1 livrr. Great smokers Indian: lather and zamba rnVher Xambo-claro. : 1
and retentive to make out the tunes and at last, just a lie had finished man's fortune lies in his own hands, ifhe will gains for the one grand object of his care-the also. especially those who employ short Indian fathei and china-cho.ir mother. Indian withfrizly hair. :- '. #r
bad J heard memor' invent others. fell f tainting frorr. his chair.- I fortune I for Corn. He rarely heard and said to be' liable
Il ( Ftnt'IS. or playing a wal7. only try. acquiring a | pipes scgars, are to Indian tather with rtuinteri mother. Mestizo!rather ; l' : '
But the grand era !in the boy's life was :,IostOfhe gay couples parsed on-it was only In one of those elegant re-unions which oilier ; he knew nt but that her love might cancerous affections of the lips. But it hap. brown J

oming. One day a* he stood wisbfulylook. I a poor Itict; but one young girl, in were (established[ when worthy)' I Brother Jonathan change: : ; and sometim-s l sense of the utter pens with tobacco, as with deleterious articles Mulatto father and zamba mother. Zimba, a miser '. Jj j I
? t a violin which he held in arms whom the coT! ]Kts!ionate and simple nature of was first beginning to show his soul aldmindwhen \iildni'si iii his jj"c came upon I.ir withfreezing I ofdiet, the strong and healthy surTor compsra- Me rare.Mulatto 4 .5#
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:and lingeringly, prior to returning it to its child had not been swept away by the formalities Bryant's ;poems, and AIttoa'l reality.. But inienv love Ht his, lively I little, while the weak and predisposed to father acdrnt-stiza n.other.clear Chinnrathtr complex: ion.Mulatto :. 1.. Vt Ii .

inl owner, a poor ktrect musician, the idea I of young lad.rllo held! a glass of I pictures, and Chaining' lectures, gate I in an olhcrwUe calm and miirupussionrd na disease fall victims lo its poisonous operation. : father and china u-other. Chino, rathtr" :. J-- !
t its construction f lir f entered KrubenV tval..n. 'r lit. flu. In\' '"' t,." evidence of transatlantic !"iiim, -\ tub "Ki turf acquires a strength unknown ii', those Surely, if the dictates of reason were allowedto dark. ( t
fcad. He Lad been accustomed to regard a : .'Cora; 'i Dacres; bring:;:; to life a fainting fd-I I again heard the name which had never utteily; \Iw are aliv to every passing impulse ; and prevail an article so injurous to I the health, The eflect of rich .irrfemixture upon the : "

olio as a myfcteii'Mik thing-a 8 Bilf-creating, dler said a tittering ,oic *, Oh gone from his memory through all his viciitudes -!, Reuben's, love, and so offensive in all its forms and modes of character is thus: sta'ed by Dr. Tkchudi : 4To' --t '! ;
"Xmd-producing being; and never once nice story when we go back to school! I II -Cora Dacres. He turned lound, and employ ment, would! speedily be banished from define characteristics correctly I would hA t f .
b considered (' what it was made, or how. i The girl turned round indignantly, saying, I saw the altered likeness of,thf) girl who had I' "Hy t own (cnrrgr, fullillrd ildf"Ell common use.-Protit on Stomach 1)iseasc.rRrpencire impossible: : ; for their minds partake of the p ''i'

Vw he began to peer into its mysteries, aud I "Cora Dtcres it never ashamed of doing : held the water to his lips on thf iiight of tll : the three years had) f rirelf lie returned mixture of therr blood. As a general rule it j' 21 .1
to find out that it was only wood and catjutall. what is right. Are you better now ? she ball. She had grown into womanly heal \; I to America, having a competency.With 1 I and Cheap lltllgoll.-Th.; following mar be t fairly said, that they unite in them" 't
ahtr He questioned his friend the fid- ad Jd gently to poor Reuben, who had open but he remembered the face still. She- bad() I : beating I heart t the .vowis musician immense sums have been admitted by SCIYCS all the faults: without any oflhe virtues' I < 1 }:

&rbul the mal"bad scraped away during a ed his ryes.The not the farntest; memory of him-how could: it I stood before I his mistress, told her all his lose, the reverend f fathers of the English Church to of their progenitors ; as men they are :"n rally : .1

Wuue without once casting: a thought on the boy recovered, and she disappeared he so ? Light and darkness were not mOl I nOn) knew thai she loved him toi'. h was be their yearly incomes. The Archbishop ofCanterbury inferior lo the pure races, and as memIHTS .
*caini&m of his instrument. True, he could again among the dancers ; but many a time different than the pleasing, intellectual, gentlemanlike sweet to hear Cora reveal in the frankness .c 23,00:1: ; Archbishop of York, I of society they are the worst clcss of t

r.ce a broken string, and at times even did the auburn curls, and soft, brown sympathizing man whoa introduced to her, I very of her true heart, which felt no shame for J 14JO ; Bishop of London, .14,550, and citizens. ( rf rfA
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"au&clure' a bridge with bis penknife, hit eyes of the little rchool-girl float before and the pale angular, ill-clad boy whom she having loved one worthy, how her thoughts that terraces of noble houses are rising up on Description- -of a Mrxiecn Lfjxro.Hlacken .- C tz

u was all.-When Reuben inquisitively the vision Reuben Vandrest ; and the had pitied and aided.-Sometimes Ya mire it had continually followed her wandering lover, every portion of his property, which? will tihimalely a hian in the sun: ; !let his Lair grow ii .t f

tuited 1 learn bow violins were mae. theffcr young musician often caught himself repeat. thought he would remind her of the circumstance and how every success of his had been doubly raise his income to .t 100,000) ) ; Bishop long and tangled. fir become filled with vermin ,
shook his bead, and said not ing to his sole confidant-his violin-the. pretty : but then vague feeling of sensitive sweet to her. But human happiness is never of Durham .'12,009 ; Bishop of Asaph, ,o> let him plod abutit the streets fi ail kinds, ; <

b to name b bar on his wakmg, and dimly ness and shame, not entirely the result of the unmixed with pain ; and when Cora looked at 630 Six other Bishops enjoy incomes which of dirt; f>r )f'atl, and neve? know the use of ; _. i'

41 Do; you think I could make one t" parwJk recogized. -Cora Dacres. memory of those poterly-slricfien days, pre. the altered form of her betrothed, his sunken average upwards of JIWO.( ( The other extreme brush, or towel, or water: even, except in' i:
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Mr. Ilotsman
| ulo boy. be was twenty-one, Reuben rented him He went home, and again his and colorless face, and his large bright eyes, is equally rernar ( storms ; let him put on a pair: ofleather breech. i ; '

L ? lr laughter, 1 cuttingly derisive, bad entirely! de\ote himself the r isicalprofltseion. old violin might have heard breathed over i a dreadful fear took possession of her, and she stated in Parliament, that lesstban 2,000 clergymen,100 each of ea at twenty, and wear them until forty, with" r,
Iitt -1'1 turning point in his career the of Cora Dacres but ibis time with dear tbe same church received ;
face crimson, was name ; no felt itself might he bought 10 change ublutK.n and all place ;
grew tb I out or ; over a ,
who had :50 and
tbatjoJ and he knew
T/ ai* *. .Why, you little simpleton, was given by a curious incident. One moonlight in boyish enthusiasm for whatever was pleasing a ,'a so indeed. Reuben's ener soii'C only torn and bl-tckencd hat, and a tatlereJ blanket \.
tried lb.6r, when bi mirth bad suUidi I night, a be was playing on the roof as and bautiful but in the first strong, all. :I gy had sustained him until came tbe rtactionof some as low as t;. Many of tim such working have begrimmed with aSonrnitions: ; let him have ;

!?. "* you'll not so silly as to try ? usual, he SAW a bead peep out from tbe up. absorbing manhood, awakened in a I hope fulfilled, and then his health failed. clergy been were heard suffering of in privations civilized ,communities as wild eves and hhinirg teeth, and features' I-
oueouldUoonbulldaboUieool ." permost window ofthe opposite bouse. This nature which was every way calculated to re- A long illness followed. But be bad one bles. never ; pinched! by famine to sharpness ; breast barf'cf

: fio must b made by somebody. | bead was drawn in when be ceased playing] ceive and retain that sentiment in its highest, sing ; bit afanced"ife was near him ; and and and to some borrow of them a coat were to obliged be able to ask to perform charity: and lnOwned.andffernalewitb two or three' v1

.*ea1 pop1he|, know all about it : and again put forward a soon as be recommenced. purut and most enduring character. amidst all a ui8h Cora felt thankful that miniatures lIthe same species| tottering after
their duties I
: l yout my advice, a A natural feeling gratified vanity Yandrest (bat. him not, dear reader he bad come home tnt and that it was her, her and another certainly strapped to her -

prevented tbe young mae fro yielding to Ii for baring: so unberolike a name: I will hand and her voice now brought com I TIle Effects of Folly.-Among recent fail back ; combine all these to jour imaginationand /

,!W D mr; but he could note his first shy retiring;. and bidea engage that, if Cora loved him, she thought i' for to ber beloved, and that she could pray he I. ures in Scotland, are found the names of Lord you have a receipt for a Mexican lepero. -

"i liD EVe riolin tLat sympathy in imp g relating t his ar wu most beautiful ; and so would you, if anyone might lire for her. Eglinton and Campbell, of Islay. Thff first -Branlz Meyer' Mew.r ,
saw hSbeggedt lok & eWe so new to Reuben, that it give bin pleasure I dear to you bore tho came :) well Reuben And Reuben did lire. Lore struggled with

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- L1 *1_ __ ;question of vital l importance, though there were Trtelu
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ti .ill ".r tiru'V i.i1 i" r i II! It AN ACT the Tn
l.icis FLOMITIAN. e.
. .i 1 A.M / r Ar. (). Picayune, 1 S'A imf. j i.fthje Mexicanin'tC'tini.r TilE other* from the same section who agree with them Our neighbor. true U LI,
whig j in,
t'retar.' t if [L? "ypruhitiun To sh'! inf tlie uVsp and Conjpcnmtionot ,
prracribe the and would sustain their rights, and theyselect one, to one of his nraal sbi'ftj ,
CRFZ.
. F: I.XTF.I rOM VERA ; l Fa\ .\,3'ra end L'oltrctor 10 ItS\ Stile.Sue to Wap, tr*
and the others because ol the different cf his
reject pirty
: Tlie :iVrv A'*. : no (L i !li inth. siLl: ? VI ALONE. own indiacretion in adamin. ?
Sinr-lair.*> < r ''an, )pint'til ,t.
hi' I'1Iflr'! ), Cpf- : I. lie it Senate and ',
: .I.; % 1 enacted by the position in which they stand This is the reason a charge against certain

4 .1 e: ?C44V' ti'fl S ( ,in. : ht' d ',n1 ru.v.ur.'nes (1t lo reason MI the bui'jeclasoii' ) H.n.se ol uepresentatiies (4| ihs State of Flor- Saturday, January 29, 1848. of that vote. Let the South fall or not. a Whig party which was entree.tnrabcr* of t tb,

;iw-* Ji 'i.t., Ifirr 'lix I czP.4't: ; ?o "ir fir.-- ,\vs : id.i in (General AsiMnhly conveneil, That the mint be placed in the Speaker's Chair. Let Whigs he stat it. that -20 Theeharge wash,
V. I: is 'trans**, indeed ifth-s! lie lrn *. Southern locofoce. ''
ar-i\t-l in
: Tif2 lVrjr. Th" Tahniroo! raliiZ xery Tax .tces'sors and Collectors who now are or fjrj.VKart- a'lthorizcil to announce Gn. WILLIAM rule, though the heavens fall Such is the devotion the Oregon 'ted !
Ceil. il he i i. 'liri-rted hvhis ( lovirnjvtit billtntludinK the Hiii / >
I : f 'rn tiis? i i.t 0:1 tliMi< ir.'.. with f irTh r'ttt. ..i.iheitMlJer lj e elected in this State, as pro. BAILEY ai a candiJatc for Ihe office of GOTernorof Southern Whig to Southern rights. not the ,/ "* *
language of
: xrould: certain1! the
nu to fcisn aiv trrtT% Richmond
.. I ( ttp : T ) S l1' tiJedbj Im. ,,iall respeclivrly discharge allhe this State at the ensain; election. Again, Mr. CAEELL. thinks that Mr. WI.XTHROP I.shed. by the Sentinel. sig !-
i it ,
IM: n n'. '. i too \xel! Kn>v. n forii! That
; pl <
r efc
r0l ?
the njwt'- ;Irrr.'I duties hitherto! of Tax As
; tif: < : v required e. sors was entitled to Southern support, because he avert Mr. "
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I. ) ninJf.t'.i4.. !! ;'. l,i'itfme! ,. 'r"r.'r: -"vJ rs Ii> put! itim-rii" b expected in the Mtthcdist Winthrop proposed the /Vani.i .1 '
Clw.il with! -HO roi-n. ; .41111 a'MI ail the d.ities hitherto required of(lie CrjPreachins miy ? ed the pledge ol the Springfield Convention to vote 6
ton bland! 'that "
a poi't>!i ;thai ui t> fiKi'ririiiien! mi. ht not appiott the Rer. O. more than *L'
: : It \;in'rv.. Sherilfs in the several Courstie* as ex officio Protestant Church on SancJar next, by for no man (i>r President who i is a slaveholder.Yet .- from Scuther-i States tweet7,
'fl1.4 ; L- hit t r4) nisicb mi heart tLe, fiienJljle the usual hour. voted frr if ffr
rrA A. T. WHITAKCR.
flb I1I' rrV11 % ( ( Tat Collrctors ; and t'e; vaid Tax Assessors at
said the
I rri rn;;' ofl: I !hi't I.tai! ; IIP gt-rxf. tho Mr. WINTHROP nothing against resolution trr the //.,man itfttfv, lot for the propc/IVi
tsf..iir. i&i itt. .t ; wajr- :and Cisilectors shall! dichtuze e duties in Convention the Wil-
'M of the President! COTTOM.-The latt dates from Liverpool are of that very approving Winthrop o '
incorporate
Tin* Lat &niiil
.V'arl-f. 'and ihp 1eief!i is. Rie ii e ihe escribed Ian Ihepr,,. lnf.V .
0 <,, Ira ru Im iWi tint Mr. Trist's hid been r.iHimer pi by lo 3tit December. The news i it lonVed upon at raIhcr mot Proviso. He voted (1r it, for it was pasecd > speciaj pleading can make
i iit of !i3* lre: aI1rcs ut powers Sit U. He it further enacteu!. Thit( all ex- it rr.wn. l
I hranr : pq''ry
tint! |
4 :i : favorable. I In, New Yoik the are well unanimously. What, aflerjthn.wa it to vote down -\s tl bill
rero'iej! j..d tfi.it! he \vas recalled.! It is true pr.ces e, came from the
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,fih" affair aie jjir.rn i lithe laws of this State committee.!,
liii2 :
MMytl. The: uUruar: : provisions ( ap.plica
I | that .Mr. Trlst lus not vet left th- city of Mxi- maintained, and the lew er grades are a shade higher. pledges as lo the Presiiency.! He had done all the laint tVe anti-.lamyiestiictitn. ,
of the' frb i ii-I.
in tnlVc! *.- American : hie to Tax Asfes-ors and to the Sheriff* MMVij.i.
c,) In:' tliN )l.t' n .iv do t i' a ult f.irther, ) ordLr* O-ir receipt a' compared with last year are about ruarm which an expression opposition to the South frrc-l the proviso aj an amendment *' '
(Ji-iacii.Lr.a *. tin- several Counties officioTax Collectors and ;it
n as ex
.; q TKUArr.uHLi) m: TIII T.'TI: !Ii4: tloxei'it.KM.t ie! iJivp to the proposiu.i !- the si-n-, but not as rruch ,ol.Ia-i planter! are holding could do. Yet, it is claimed as a merit tor him, that thi< aroenJment that Ihe ?* '
shall I" ami the same are hereby, TX
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pi I Jd''ISrV 1. I flVfcvlW" hn: JTJ* : rt f peace latv'y umJ. Ijy tin* Mexican and Col.! ; or ;!iiupii5. ii anticipation of better prices he did! not go further. rif.or the 1l7n-g.ul a JCU please. 1''
nude applicahli* to Tax Ase>sors snIfL'tye
t' 1er'd Jiiitt; the Its': n lie tninvLich Irl roni'Mi-MotiFU. tu \\ !4.eh |h'e rouM rSainlv Price rrte fro i 0 lo *,J.pfyIn J. After hi* reasons for voting for Mr. WINTHBOP, confound the vole on the motion **'

t -! < f.telJaV j111 $) Zf tl.f car it.iJ was atJajkJ not Ltt rfficvi' IV.V : any ; over the I i\r$ Jetifii) in this Slate, in tlievtme another column *.,ill bi. fo-inilana-t of the vote oj
time atn'a
; ,J hv n S. ::e j irrriU i ton lii \\rc the !>! ui'ihr |nre*..Mit tti: in'i.:! Democratic papers. He sas. Southern democrats the 6111. for there were hvo dtirtt| jj1 1"
manner and to the s.iin extrnt an if l ihe bf" (;>nerdt l Awc.iy! rehlin to Tax Assessors and
tinl !
4 \\ gi".fl! Iroiii the \-i >uu tu.mi$ >luw j. Tli;* Mi-xioaiH couLl! not Ii.iti' I> PJI in such elected Jon W. Davis, St'caVer of the last Co/- voles, and but one is alluded lo '
exi.-tii. laiiohad IK en : 'cod with pi-cial re- Collect.in.Crj. cr r.fttc,
.- ii'-' srufl1 : a Lurrj* to r.ja!>.-* the r> :: *<*. as they! have ali p.i gress, and he voted for the Proviso to the Oregon th..se cundid vtliif journal*. Ou tie *" '
:feience to ihe ) otlicc i t Tax fy
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.. 1'r'i "t'* c\ic, fl.bl uz't'rtoi '!or*, a i wa.s riuM-! l the pr. j :ti ni rria, In tate ACKEJT
\iph ur ani i C ,:l<*'-tor.Sir. Crj- are requested .
: |" rliiiTi *': tir! train t\a mill1! ?<0 it .LI I'f 'heiViica envoy, arrl u air CTliiii, th.tt ( I Ip.. Scott i itn j4 cf Ike Mon-iment bill, which had the same Proviso to the Tefritcry the bill, re.| a irpleSouthern der.ocrit
V.'asliiujrton is
: 7;V fnr'ifr/ enac'ril. That tor perormi .LZCfli Society, on vcu.
f *- nfiit tar ltii! % riuatii: this raorninp! : ; nt aniu for it at the llrs! North of the Missouri Compromise lire yet Suth- while the Sentinert
iij to ; astogiasp article
of h13 V.'cst and will:! far vr od!
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I I in ilM ffin* I'lroujU! the 1a.ivv ni :a lr.in j jjtnJ I feii sors aur. ir .li. We t tosfak; (fr hm: and the mission he more than twenh"f
pK tun''***. 4' w !ii-b ituT-: was a largf j jn | We wish! tonen.th" np\\ nf par? j; he concludes, therefore that all the ccmplaint row the affirmative. If the Kennel J
the hi > )lieutvelcotnefrtm the
ui'ich! I piins: >Uf* revenne* into Treasn-y of this in rhn: < a ; patriotic 3tEy
: .. jtiiii-r, J c-cj't} nrich .catlerf ) to fion a LftU-r SMITTfiin! \v
: that! tii rear ''sa rd. 'liScli! cons *> in each and so stated
I lol.ows: altbcp
: as xu: h i
of VntialcuiItitlt'inen : ewiyCiHinty it .
of ilie! ir.ieist I the ;; tijrcI
I cutn a y ri' FOEJ : It Mr. CABKLL. so badly informed as not to know
; have
where I thrt :ir.oint:u ae'ually coI! cted ; R. D. SMITH. !1i: Ins wiihdrjwn from the been a curious xvav cf sliding ove'r
ih!ii conviunJ o; Kt Liout. | Grnrral i-ar.'j Anna's I)'fcare.-A tlie Proviso fEe
sup-
u1Lt'r that the South had objection to being
E'Jitml narasm'"if ff the' SmtthriH Javrnal, mediate action of the House
and paid! into, I the State Treisury for such from the
A''alkrr, >va5 iliwvn zivarlv 'evcn tn'sVs iaJher 1 >!fT-ul$ t h> the rXrw (;Jil-ar.s: I'icaunc.! rfrviifd applied to Oregon, and to that part ef Texas North f timg tkt
I ; with rf dc-rohn himself the le- of
t S Co inly shall I riot 4 tree.1 l I the turn o: I ihi u e e bitt,. \f\v entirely ;; to ptpetal tie proviso to its faai aei.n
'ar E.! the tfl4I: IMkV bill.
rat Mr. S. carries with him the We
dred dollars, there h ill l>c pnid: to the 'l'a x'er profession. re- can appreciate? I their reawnsfortlu ', .
4J 1t.IJt tl ti'clnclv. r l M3s sent bick thil! : a j inei.t fii'in Sanu: Anm! : furnish! iu-! *r adi- j I abide by the Missouri Compromise, ar.d neither cf ,,
'! A- and: ( ollectorol nch County! lOt sy sprrifol regard* of all par'ie-t, and the democracy ever. It was net rU-a-ai.t to InemtoremenWrtij
at i aida IV had fiired suniei"ll : ofth" tirn'ra! ( oazres .Mexico.! l hr.I ,
.iwrnlla party caj cite the blls referred to distur that
{ wil! lo in him able and ardent of ; compromise while
c dollars in each and e.vors CoTil in which > e an supporter no Soutrern democrat ronHle
cuUf ied a'i' :> the rf -ul. I.ieui. i in a d-lVnc<* 01 tin* Cnn net oh! ; ) tandwil)..
{ pak :r prulffiedly Therefore they complained ,not. I'ut when North "
ach! collectii! n and paj merit! a* zisrraal! shall their principles! aid policy. The future management to vote ton the 5 rovno as an attract
4 \\aliior. It'.ivin ton iii!>nis-n, willi ennje x\a- S Tuu Ana-, ii> th-! rnaiij: -mit of th<* nrlit.irv rrop sitWB ,'
seek to blot cut that line-when they seek
crn men
| exceed three lindied: and not tte'd 'j ix hunrlred of the Journal will devolve upon (the late junior ( that then? were cuthern WHIGS ,
'hiul ti.Z l l'i ab! !' lu Jvep nji. .. -nii': >a$ liefere ti"! > capital! a-rainM the irn18r ? ;
PHISki< : that then the and
4 j dollar! there ihah be paid lo the Tax A>- editor, W. n \RTLITT. I r.i.: to violate compromise- people j to do so Th* contract most have bee, nr"
IV. \i.-rf! j ack 'tL: Atrn-rican: Irmi s ui I r ( 'Sn. onpe?
i-nia
<4tflr 1 i:9'tI to i .tt' (.4 ,
l.t1t ( of the South doct )
democratic ,
mplam as trey i
*'><.Mir ant t'oi'octnr of such County lifty-five) papers | but be this a< it may. we venture that
rri U drawn uji.; OIP Mle.tr 'c.tt. Th pir) d.Jaii%, a 4 n.trti. ni .ch! act one m tro
1witi-J
Jti" : i j Florida Annual .f the Meth-
j JThe: Conference have reason to d<>, arx/are indignant, that Southern
dollars in each and in hichs'tvh | thov who
( \\ have
; < read the
tfltC4 ((1 ?) :u;' ?, ano'li r >0. i\ei !oiE', l IIZt i< at tin s>:ini<* lime ,.ii'll-irjitix e\ery lL.y tdt! may chirr-retm,,*,..,
jItf < rpucopal ChurchSouh.! commence its 4th in Congress ane strtng'Ii! to those who
men ulit/litd
lection aii'i Kloiesni I shall otI.er
tt- the utii.tnout for the co p.iun< nt us IfflTCi'Stifl; than that intended fofw
: thir.l tojiist.ty aa : :
: 11f % t'r vy inTrcVinj; Annuil Sfs ion on the 9th of February next, at thus seeking to anniiul te cur riiiht COflTi,11J
ti5Cesl tih>in IorrfocM
,
iiii sand i atiJ twenty
( lei.
yhleineii. anJniai. it atftij) ; to cutixriiiri.c 4.! i r *a tnmcrn
,
( Wjynesville Wayne County, Georgia. The All Mr. C.'s severity fuIU t. the He
: titdarc. I tJn'. hail be : d I to the Tax preacher ) grcuid. States vofed" to
.- : J'ti.iA tbry r.ttttrrt.! ke<*; in!; u' a r&ou* i lIe t.ac, that at cr hi. .iroh: to Pu.t! to : ;p.t iacorperate Mr. Winfbroo', a.
and ( ilVctor of kuili ( in charir cf the TalUha- ee station, the ReT.Mr tries to make arabc'cm which are totally d.fferer.t. -
t rayes
aIl( tIetrtcti'e! tire uii-m Lie H.$ aikrr" lit.lk incieiv, etjti. and ot1n li. saul! torn-, j .sescnr County eijjhty li-slavcry prorito into the Oregon I'M. At to ,fie
KLSKF, left j etruit.ay .ornina; for the Conference The Qieouu I'ros&so for which Mr. IAtis
uf thirty nn-u. who, firnlin; il ii'p 'suhle ,; lie fin, :. l-iat *jjr disivti'lfJ! utlhutit trtisr dollars ; .n each and every C iinty in which t vote, of these members for the bill after thea
|urty carryin-; \> ith him.the handsome tarn of( 200 voted has reference to which the
I such cidieciiun and ment aJores'iid! shall only territory
as ion cf the
to sf n-1 fortvxiii tie the advuner! st-i.t a material- <>'. war, am! tlif rnctm ararh.; ; I; pty proviso, that is a matter betweenft.e
l''ius' uttul exceed contr.buted by his congregation a"d others for DoneMic South has n/i hould under the antislavery ,
exceed ind luolhoii- fcbjection come -
) iiif M n2'T to Iti4 eL > staiti! n a iy a :ilj v jog. !Il 2 was nce.rtinV' oeivd' twcnntisiic j! one n.t es a-vl tluir con ?itu nts. We rr-istht or ,j jrni
: 1 .Mi5Sor! and some $10 .r 30 at a Conference restriction
but tie Protno which Mr.
.and c'o'lai ihre shall; be paid: lo the Taxi J JWINTMROP .
: Jib>p {
m-n of I!h' c.'ii'tTa. and w ::14. wre in the i fold pr-jtt prt'it'.at 4 tns fir llee!'.r of such ( "onnty one collection.C advocates sops! art at the Missouri; i nothinc- mere than is done on the pa-sj e cf aheterv ,.:

4 S t ;Lt, Mtte :ht !l'iii'r! iinpAii bad !> mrrundnl ; xes' U iii .t.*:, l. synjjj'c-nj* oz 1 re\uJatio-i, I II i hundred and twcnty.fixe dollars ; in each and : DC flow** Commercial Renew for January is Ccoprc/mis, i>.it come to cur tery doors. And ] lull whi'h ees through Cor;re '' 5 Ci'nt in wli'.ch: suc'i: collection and a am.Vr D\vn vottd for the Protitt in 1-J., i
\
aiiJ neaily every inin cut ,.1!} ; ti4t! ;I utiicb fre c'i-iii-d} hy l.is prescicr. He'th cry on our tbo.! TH work continues to nair.tain its original proposition, they voted !o a r. 1 '
)hiu1. Var t t b'n killed, and :bit suie *n 'iwvils'.i it, or itii/* ti! aiiny, strrnih. !payment as atorc'aid .h'll I I exceed t o thou l.iji! character. We mt.re the aluable ar- and was elected Speaker in December nf the sjine ative, while, zs'we stated t t last weti/iw trJii tf; .
i aml tlo'lars! and l int exr H $:iio( )(), I Iher" among tear-before war was declared or contemplazed.At .- !
oil'l'v! 4bt Southern 51s1e4 toted in
I1V iiitik bad !been ci\en gw. | on the t present one
*!ial!! be paid to the Tax .tcs.sor aril Collector I the* time of hn tot -, no idea scat had of a war the> i-///WdS !
l itt
I.a %. i war. Hv ;wrecein.z fr! rf allhoiii! then* frti.i ti.! industrious of our fellow citizen, the placed upon pnIae, satisSrd vri
tL> <>J zuchi: C <\>*>tLundif ed dollar-! :; in each pen I with Mexico, arid of course no territory wa expected !- hat inr eroceed the rrii.rm ,
Aru'.tVr, who Irft ,
tat ui !" I.ifui. Walker, l; state* clearly and Irs "* ia :!h'* tr *j't'*ar\. r.inety pit cs riffan- anJe\eit Co s..tv inIiih MCI collection and County, the D Hi firv Productions i.c. cfi,' to be acquired which would render the extension I whether appended or nit to that bill, would dace.
on ri7 ,
thdt hwa 'i.ierd! in b Lletit. in n-uiJinps ani.MiOU) ) pat merit as arc: ai 1 sha'l exceed three tho'j1 of the principles of thtt Proviso obaoxious to : t her harm or far
v csodexrept
j: *iiitev! : I non uvrt j'd : men, our own State. We hall trar fer Ihe article to so a* it rc-jht p f>
Walker t to rstest; !a < en. Tw is *-that ine (i aiJ <"j'ij ppd. iii'-iutJiiij! *; in this n irnl pr .* .(KU) ) 1 cans: I'oljars and not exceed ft ur ihoiifind ocr the South. Had we been in the mui t ef the war- var.ition the claim ol IVinthrop and otters tEat Ceorrre -

I.iru'eia: <.t !r t1 pelted th coipanv. or \' hntni vteraiis ol ihe artny iil'tJ.N! -t.h.; Thi*. dollar1! there shall: !lie paid) t ) the Tax .k'uhe. columns ss soon as we can rare the space. I with an almost certain prospect cf acquiring fern- *-* has jurt 'lictioa over the rcatf'r they give u

tfl1ii'.I! tb<*iH. in a ratine. Irorn which ill: be Lyrjic in n.ind, i-> S..tUZt Anna's tmn 1 sor and Collector of ssch County two hun-Ired! Mr. C'abell'g Maiifcito.L" i tory J>ing Sotttfi of the Compromise line, and Mr. their iipport. There is, perhaps, ncthia ti t.tiunable .

destriilhef and txxetiJjj-live ii.ulii"] ; in each and every DAVIS Lad shown by his acts and speeches, t-t Mr.
t ?
'
CflI1I1I to keep *m a tno .rins adixc Mexican their S.rr.ilar
ihy sat: nj"nt )Ice. '-n t.e : SiaSharn Democratic beware what they in cours vote occur in Legislative
;
|}- Mexican hirer. A rit vtWv.!! lie Cou.-i'v: in xth.< li Mirli collection! and raiment papers WitTHROp has, hu unalterable iletfrmination to bodies almost
lire t'ii >ipan} I ,ijc. in lh- In'tJrs! ol th-j : sarPs daily. When tlietar. a
siI I I'l f rd l of terrible i them. K.
a censor over
(;larriiner's ha l licen as j/orc&ai'J! s'h ill exceed four; thnusan 1 dollars!! insist bringing such into the Unicn
I.ietit. territory
11t Iraznn < that Ihepc recruits \v.-re duily ''riiiftl awl i upon ISvas on it, paM3re! in the Senate, Mown,. CIT
(.'AURfNc.Tov ol from
.. Jt iiut. tnd tkl ,:ioued cvm'ny ufLoti. trL1Jf.rzC the Slate tjr.di elevated
Florida
idiall b paid (lo the} Tax A sessor and Collielor ; o to a position himself in its has
itnaS nit ? as con-pictiots support as satisfied
the rnu s eriiicri'Xpoctati.! r! eve a' not with many cf the lsa's
in tie! Capitol at Washington, from vihicU he con-1
We await in painful! Dispense furiher: ir.fi rtnitio'i. Th<- tJ'-n-rai th. n prc-r-'i- !s to relate! i tip ot\tci: County txvo hundred! and ti'tvriol- I Mr. WI.NTIIROP, in Congress and cut cf it-then j of the bill, nothvvithstandin; they gave it t's
cci's. (be
it to his d-itj to send forth publications,
lEft nr' inciiiu-d to think that, Ihoh.tie1ed 1 order !ti-i si" ul..rh! !.c l.ml piaiinrj, au
liy ten tinje* Jheir nrnihrrs, nossvi- I |:itiun ib.igtlf.d to the ii-xeial cuinnrinds: oflien. collection! and paunent as aforesaid .shall ex'cred to trpoic the hypocrisy and tmsrtpititntatwns' of member from the So'ith-much less a Democratic xariousother important laws which luvebtr-t

.. i* loss )lia occurred, ci'her ol property rinec. I ( Iiraro. (i.n. Alvarez and dVn.aen; five thousand do'Iars and not exceed Soulhtin Jitinocinlic tdilon" Ills first perlorrnanc editcr-would have voted for him as Speaker nactcd. la short, the records arc full cf prendtr't

l We disciedit cnlireiy! the death! t l"I c'a. The fojnvr was to rntnmand the line of >>*vcn thousand dollars! there shall ho paid to in this! Iiih and dignified ofLce, is a letter published or failed in censuring those who should participatein which go to sustjin the point, that a member;

I la:( li?. \Vaikr. a'id : : ? tlc! vie; s'uterrientia M.'xicalciri'ic), CI.uru.i-co! and San An'onio.Aivr.rez. 1 the Tax Assessor and Collector of such Conn1 in the National Intelligencer, in which he placine in the the third highest office under the consistently vote for a bill without beiagronr&reii

"rey! cs ruiiMr. I: i i'* a sinr iti!; f..e. that \Mtii his raxniry, x.'dsto sttin him 1 three hundred dollars ; to each and every gi\e thec wicked editors to understand that their Constitution, a man whe.se principles are so odious as approving all iti prinisions cr principle*,;*?*

U'it1" of ri'fcwn. though aetirelv I County in uhtch MICI! collection! and pay. stricture* vix.pt he conduct Southern Whigs, himself and to the South. Scuthcra democrats
company ; *.li"at Naucat.iiipi, ii in all ih* L4! l* cif !! !! and rnetit as aforesaid shall! exceed seven thousand arnui the number, who Toted for Mr. Wi, Late obnoxious to
cn2'I %aev. cf) the cnt'Riy as he th<>nd! p-i: < a certain sitter given a vile so severe con word or vote to the objectionable (ea'arca ; and t1Jl'iig -

:il! kiirU of duty, \li s.\o tu-l } 't, many one ii'- i p-iint. Valencia xv s niJercci to taLe dollars! and not exceed nine Ihousan:I.dollars TUUOP, a Wihnot Proviso man, will notbe'tolerntfd damnation a* this vote for WI.NTHROP, and Mi. well knew this, and hence the ar.Viprj

tnadt march .fvcr ten inil' without then shah be ;pild to tha Tax Assessor and any loncrr. Uc tell.!! them their avsTtiun and CBEi.Las completely fail to shelter him ef! behind -
flance, : a s jxikltion tit Texc 'C >. \\ itii these arraite.taeII' i > wording the article copied into the StnfiKtt. .
nnd-r the1 (Ire ofte! Collector! of! such County: three hundred and defenca of bojthern nah: u hypocritical rcfession their Le does
gelling enemy.fifiot i tli.* :vjrarancc: ) of the: A'i.eiican army any rf votes, as to give any even would certainly convey the irnpre*..oa that liftotfdfor
: o'clorl /*. .If. V few snldi'Ts i filly dollars! and in each and every Count ," hvpocntic l cant." He calls them re- ] inthlc for Wi'.no! Proviso
1 j-jvi \vas av.a.u. .. and according to llus tlocinnent; ; ) pl< reasin totinj a manIno tiit proviso aj separate jJioptsHicn. b.
b xxhich such collection and viler" These thinzs, and such stuff," to use his '
in ac
arrived from Santa l"e with dcachps payment
toici. otfce! ar.d
( en. Scott cloflined iho hatti'ni.ich vas j-ower. should any notice be taken cf it, this ceuiJ be gt

t < '1'gzs.. Suin" of them rep( it that an If-red hat at ti.e (Vnoii, xxhirli vas perfect1 I atrosaiJ r-hail exceed nine thoin-ind dollars! .uwa elegant! phraseology, constitute tie piquancy AVe shall tery pre.b.bly recur lo this subject again. ten over by saying tlut it '* dearly mean the WTb

ejaczi1t 1t had taken place; between the 1 :ioitiiied: titjJ alter reconiicnteiinjj tiie; itiiti- there shall I lie paid to the aid Tax Assessor cf the letter. it pa- *nl the llou.9 ot Representative *"* Tin a
ai.l Lien % 'r. ii nLicii the and Collector ol such County four hundred It will strike the minds of Mr. CIBELL'S constit. I Not the 1'act.
glltrili.ts i licatipi.sol! Mrxcirinohiih! : : he dared not the t vesting and turning of the Sentintf. VTeka
So-t ; and ihckl-! and fitly dollars.Six. u nN, that he n b coining a man of very large con- of the N. Y.
.. I'nnner MM- i'.eti'v.lte men, attack 1 krumin that lliere, RM! >, he ro'.iJ LeI The Vi'a
1r fut nion ki ikJ! and wuundrJ.Tiie I rcni'attcd' lo adxautn! t..k the direction : 1. I le) it further enacted, Tint every s.luerare. He ta' es a urde field for his operation j Joiirnalof Comrn'ree, under date of Jan. J'V, sats- ths kill >containing the proviso offered by the j vtlcman

pueiilias ba\e l>ren Jefrated ; liut it i k i v uIi ot tII > r;>j it'll, (iei.prai Alxarez (ciiloxx*. TIT A-.vfssor and Collector, l lefre entering Surely it ia notable tlnnz to be a Lecturer General !\ Honda has giten Gen. Taylar a pop.lar and for whom Mr. C *.BELx. <;avetbe xcteof TJnda -

llion bt I Iv inoniuint thai ts\v ofi'ire. shall cf Southern Dfrnocratic editors-a notable thin; to lei'htive nomination,-many Democrats, as well as
: (.IT: u jjacklt j ing th n-ar-inaicl airJ l.i.rnii' for an op.i upon the: d'l'i-'s ol his give bond, for Speaker. But that was not the charge,*.,

ies I.n. bern carried t.ff.: i poitunity tu ataik! it The design of the jmahc! In ire State of rioriJi.: xxith two or l be putjf. nvarJ as the troag nrnn to defend the Whisi, uniting in it. ue d.J not feel called on to lug; in a matter wL,

4 Lieut. Walker U now on IiU way to the National enniy Ix'iti'J IICAV rnaniii t, ( 'i. \alenria! more sccuri! :!' in S'IOhi sum as shall he di! ignated So'ithrrrtVhiczi n Consre azamst the attacks eta !! Tins u in allus-oii lo the call ii the Stntintl did not appear on the face of the inJictmect.

; llrid tieth with the leintbue.IU of tii>*> tiitf notabie Fut! it will also some weeks since, for the Whig* an-J thne in
; e, I \va* oidered to xxithdraxv fiun ]Vjcoc,i to the h) the I'lCMdi-nl of the [Hoard ol'CWityCo : gav.: -> Vry we read the article correctly ccnfau.fd whitnj
b'-nt to Lint Ly th! (; vernrir. We he !i' than strike the minds of hi* constituents' that 1 it labors favor General Tatlor, lo rrsest in the C. pitol,
MIS ii to
city t,1 (iiiadalnpe.! I I idIh1fl. anJ] $u!, -rj'jpjt. I nmi ionei c. not any case ( $ not tru--but if .t meant what the Sentinel tou''

Leijie] that they may otcitake lie rujer3amfl! I !It, en $'.-prctm;* I the lute iii kit ol l I the inernvIn double the. amount of f the eMnent, in ti! I are cf a lotty character. V/hat can be loftier, what i i.c.-but i inot tiue in print cf fact. It was a dij, it was noti.ir.g: else than a bald attempt bet-

1 i Ljsi! >e tl.ptsi. in.irri! oi T cniiaxa, ( 11., X' Ienci't vas County fur the previous! xear. \xluch bond shall! more b.-ccr.mj'a L: h-toa"d gentleman, what more j' m-etng of Whi; exclusively. There nny have lead and deceive. Its huldrn l meaning was ccsen-

(;!icat cicdit i : iJiie to (leu.Twijgs fir Lis1'nnjij'tiiess I 1 onJerrd to fill I birk: on ( "oxoacan ainl t to iip. le approvi-d hx, and (!-!irre,1, tis, the Hi.irdoi apposite ti the duties cf a Rjpresentative, than to j been some half dozen democrats in itter.d.irce, but ed frcm all but those skilled ia whig cunninj aduplicity.

: in hendin;: tI. rein:
.. report of the 'inr i in which Lieut. wlrriord! .r he I Pt llICd to ejec'ite! and! to this 1 ed for the dilicer.t: ;a md fiithsul jwrlormirire l.yi out,} (icr their irapudence,** and to teach then a in the proceedings by word, tote tr in any ether

's' .. V/aller was in, Lid hanily hern receiiedJ.era hvihfihenco! of Valeiiria. Sar'a Anna attriliu'es i th* Tax .ses'ir and Colfctor of tJn* dulie Sieitcr rerartl, for propriety, decency and truth .'" waj. AH the officers and speakers were tthtgs That I.Ie.

when h sent two companies mounted llo; \\-oe' Lii't-n: of hi> plans. | of his i.tice, and .iiai! !ht'illlCt i the cotis'iti.lion.! : N'jit it iau''h for Florida to boast of, that her Roprc the comiaittee appointed to prepire and report

: usn, to iiis is'it-o. j It i is apparent hitnve er. nol\tilhar? :e ii xx ritin -. iitatiTe lias under'aken this work ? Why not ? appropriate resolution," were whigs, snd srme of I Sent'or CCRWIX aid in a speech scmewttreis

; ln? of the in"ii whocTiiie with! the! rtcnit, 'I real or prvtcinltd! Lel-rl Santa: Anna an oath (v bOIh! U t olhhal| l,., eaiuhor'ueil! ii;.- It will i.rt !h* hinted that it is work unfit for one of them were amon; the mcst tiller and tiolt-r.t cf Ohio that the preamble to the act recojr.izis; ti

., that there American killed.We !. upon I that pirty in this or any other State in the t'aion.Soeclu existence cf war with Mexico, was inserted bj tit
wa* one that h" xxill fjith'uilv:
says laiy } thifuV'ct, according! to l.is own --tateiiKMits, on Slid bond) iltchuutrge: a hish calling.! OV; no. .
have learned that} aJler! has lioen i\e. irdeed, was tl.e cal', that ore cf the j jTatlor democrats as a trap to catch the whiz,, by rCipfH
; re.reiml j tint it va inf.ict th jlciil, rf.j-rajje. daring all the duties of his olil *e -eoid-s;;j to law.I Wet!, r.lut du, s the letter say about the vote cf '

by ( &n. I'tigz i I by the sain? cinrets, pers xeiT.ce. and re'i>tfss] i-nergy of the Ameriraii I ( Aprroxed, January *, IS 13. S utLeri: V.'hi-j for Mr. WI>TUROP ? Why, the | rap"* ii) this State, and the first too, to ] insr them to co against the measure. We krew"

i which e imaJes our !<> to l Ie six killed!! and fu! *rs tatt! x\on the fi-jlit ati'Idcfialedhispns. rote iifr.no apolc-. Mr. WI>THROP is qualified I Ib [ hoi-st his banner, complains, ardat_ that the racet.3 was 4 lie," said he, hit tee ticatlocvd it. 3fr.Cr.y .

. lh.it nf the ?;Joxicin to be twn'v killed.TJie : : I It t np.'ars| that, in all nis ope.niliiin I Myiierlrs of Ihr Army.-A corre ..pn ltnt > li.s *' lilU! l.mh character, gentlemanly Jeptrrtiner.t !| ,.. was by no means one by the people without alv> declarid its hem his Lexington eeecb,

S report| tint I Iieu. V Vaer! had oeenki'.lrd ) in nil hi* a'fm'its to rointiiu? :>iraeii'i? 1 s.njs'.ihe 't. Luui. ltep-iltican! oflhe! *tuth() nit., aiil rlumntdry experience** to be 'I distinction of party, and could not bo irv in the nature and the whig House of Representatives recen'Ivu-

;'! i 14 inf amdcd.Tli !. l the} several divisi'i-ts! .,t f his arniv. aid in hi* xi'jividay uti.uue.a' to ih" eirozuzct( nice of f a female Speaker. The ft'uth cannot expect to get all the of the call. K:ven whigs there declined to par sorted tbe s.rne thing, ia their vote that the warwal

d iHiMitfr jrtierilla, amounted to ai.it4MJ rfl'urtt; to lonn a j'jncticm \\iiii ehi'::! r, he x\as having l eri Moxered ill tlie character offlees, and !hsi tr>ins to dj so we will array the ticipate in the proceedings stated one it our l I unnecessarily and unconstitutionally ccmD cfiby

( ) mm. The kfltI!! l und under Lien j *, who, we was a! the meet the PreiiJ ar." But Mr. RcvrKvr JOHSSCV,
1 aiiicijjited and inteicepted hy the apjwararirei tif a sutli! r, at I'ort MHMI.; the headij'mters Xort'j.. .i't-t t'i<, and in the uitrrugle will be most cotemporaric presume

.;. Walker maJr a nohlc defence, and the cuemy i i of American troo-is. I Me :ilini]' s lre p*ntlvj 1 o. the I Jihli.ro II il<:ii'!! 'u mi''t r ( 'ol. (ii iiiii.! certainly oTtrvtl.tlnrd. The pulicy would be su- ing. In short, it was not a popular nomination," St-nattr fitn Maryland, repudiates the base cbrp.i .

retreated.I'ruTiicu j to their tlirin intrepidity, the audacity: ul their i Another letter <>:.Vs lint this / uau xtas rejjularly iti'tal" 'ulio thinks! Mr. C\B :LL, if Mr Wi.TIIROV \- in no sense of the word. Some of thrse present i and says :

; rao>! LiriT. WALKCK"COM- and in indirect mustered M-rxit .-mherof'Cap have honestly preferred Gen. Tuylcr to any | Tho war is just, because Mexico comnince'? '
courage, an manner, pasIinimjie s iii'o as a iii is Northern mm, the South ran safely sustain may *
0 It does exist by her art, and, so help oeGoJ.bn
>i 1.tD.-t /Jj/yrc.. t.-Just as we were S'-in;; to their character as trur sdiers.! *;tin I ir 'lz.''!ielt'r4; C *njHtivf frmu St.I.Mi Liin. Ix'caun; liy hu ititlnerre: the Springfield other man, but we speak under>tandinely when we for that conviction, as I reverence truth and de*
: t<, pr s we receixed the lolo\\iig! : distriing I I II 1. concludes his addr! .- lioxxexer XM"I! Toll I. The from cur knowh.ds of the men, that Harry cf
g, an <, at t a%( uitvsri.: company (Ma .s.) Contention refund to pleJje itself to tote .ay I would neter hate ttttd for theactk
Jitter from a lend. The; leUer: was written in imit iou that the American I.eave'i- the Vest the first choice rf nine-tenths ot" | 13th Mat IN 10."
$ : t : army reaped : to xx hie:h ili'i xvas :ltjihfi|, Irft! Toil aja.na! &l sehohh'r tor President. It was the was ,

.,p after the engagement Lieut. WaSkerVmen, : annihihtien very fortnnatelx, llirou !h the worth on the 6h: of (Vlolier) and --he remain I July," C3s tie, ot Soutkeni W...;* to suitain such them, protuled be is the nominee cf the party.- Soma of those who voted for Ashtraa aitt '

: and the guerilla* : rnwaniice of Kitpi* nflhe Mexican atrnx, ( t'n. ed with it until the n. place. Kite a man." If General Taylor, as they allect to belete, was mint, q'z..ttd above, voted in 14G that Mexico CMSmrnced -

SA\TV' I'c, Jan. 1-9 o'clork.! \'aer.ri! it is to he presumed ; hut admits at in Noxcm'j'-r.! I Il t is vaidllit shi xx.uetnol!. Is Ibn sjtisfutMcry .' The ccmphint against Mr. "an cut and out whig" they would prefer Lion on the war-thus sealing their own infasj

i Here we aieo hale lost altoul :j)0() j the! same time, that ths ca'amitons! events he | ed as a III irate, i.nder the pation.i e of out of TABILI. anJ ithtr Southern Vhis. is, that they the ground of his aratlabiliiy, and that alone.Hut .- They stand forth before the world self-cosV1'

... -, pick mules-OIK? hundred thousand d1ars'! j details resulted in the loss of "one half of his'' the Lieutenants: ;: r.t th.m; c urijaiiy. and tint t h.- s.1ttit fir a Wilmt Pro\i>o nun for Speaker. They with all their pretended belief in Ins tthig- They hate admitted the truth of Coawia'sdeC10

,. worth of property liest artillery, and one third of the army and was ;ilervard.s i'taiodas.i! ? i 'ok to ihLieut, placed! the first office in their eif! the office of greatest gery, they dju'ot his orthodox) and hence the refusal lion-" They knew it was a lie-BCT THIT ***!

The g'lorillds attacked in at 1 o'clr>ck ; w? j that, l.nt for the proposed armistice from (Jeneral nant's IKan ici.ititied itt tint: :tllion: itill lencc and honor in the House, into the hands of some to take any conspicuous pait in the LOWED IT !" Oh shame, where u thy blush!

have lost a1 <>at ten men out of I tliiilv nn erLieut. Srott, (lie American army would at that until (iho tJ-'ili of Not euther, s lien hhi x\as 01 on- who w..uht! I altogether exclude slavery from proceedings of the meeting. The JacX on ITAi ,

,., V'ai.er! ot the IiIits. I lie ua/oLliged time. im'JK'dia'oIy, : af'er liittle f Chtirnbusco, ulc1itrzeil, fiorn ihe arun .t'II\ took iiji her portion t/f ternttr we may hereafter acquire. an intelligent sheet in West Florida, n not willing General Taj lor' Opinion*.

.. S 19 tzm'tInt his i men in an hordes opon hiokc;prairie fr for at t !haxeetKered: : the city Mexico! without reMs- match horn", itia return t train, still in her mile tiny Il it t'.is!: : i iis user (>f tie S,.ulh into the hands of endorse the General's political opinions troin the A Waslfmsten correspondent of the N. Y. CoUT1"

1te fii >t fireevfiiteen <;;:i unicrlh I. lance.7.c. .ittiit?. It v.as ulicixxiini* ili-.t; >vrn-d that her her acin! --i. that rau-ios lie loud complaint the j| cloures! he has made, but govi fur a National sod Enquirer states a-i a positive fact that Mr.fr*
'ir lider Thiitr men were not enough
c} l'i I a million? worth! of property. &i'tiriliy ( 'vurirr ( ,:-c.-flr.iZ I),.. I IiChi. uze;; xxas it i M-g iji ail I that s nu" liillicultvmi' !)...IPLC arts ,.er.doaz u,> against lint tele for WI.NTIIKO Coiitintion. And so do others in the State, and all houn asserts that he i is satisfied, on undeoiab55.thonitv. *

protect \ ois: tVr., ( I. C. free.-On Satt.id.iy nuiinin' i., tie! (\uit, ol j kt praise I i.i c.f it. Liei.t.: O'Hara: xxas ?. N'ow ni wliere diN s Mr. CABFLI. denyltu.ut over the Union, aid a National Convention they that Ge.i. Taylor i*-1st. In later of aB *
: : then upon ordetrd in ;:.' in |>u rut of t t the ;*!rl'ai.d will hate and General Tatlor will not be their f'te''
The *uie <-( the l'i' jast. Las the I ( 'ninnriti! Plea, in the untl.-r of t Holden! Vs. Mr. Wisriiaop is -upporterof the Protiso.He one Tariffof low djtie", ar.d that ia case cf h J

I :- illowin: pHpcr riph on the! titIaect! : I :McVakm! Jud j Kin delivered the opinion lariuig her laek.-'l'he t train vas then tour; '' cannot cU n it. Mr. V"I>TIIROI> has never even leader, unless hegitcs them satisfactory evidence (ion to the Presidency, be would not touch theT *
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)para ., theneit'chy.
heist I hut "
or h\e Iuu1IS t xx a- \rilr.eii: inch
:' We nndciktand that Mime of 1 the Merchants I it the Court, andtlecieed finally that I ilnMib- pretcndid ti> dixibt nti this qur-tion. lift/ami con- that he is" every a whig. of ISt-u
Som re-istai'CC? oll'-trd liy this'
who buffered iroiu the h, s of the mules, : taken scrUsi ion hit tand all other prwpeity of the C tiuriry, he tit n H'lhnol J'rvrna man. Yet Soulhr 2d. That he (Gen. Taylor) i is against flit ,5ab-!
in Mexico.
c teumtteis to a fie in the .cvidiir--.as i Florida Troops
L liy the ruhl erf ieft thix city fr Oaziha, or beSon i d to joint; estate, and that (he re. M-puration V.t.is, elected Iiiiii ti, the SpcaLership. Why ? lishment cf a United States L'ar.k, asdia favcrof3
: she fctiil to he and \xasoniy
pretended
on Bur-ov of LivlscsToNa
Mr. I'rwARD one Capt.
i reiver should the same to public sale his hue tilenU.c... him for the
expos[ Hocause qualify Independent Treasury.
.. ( 'oidota, (we )ppi>se.) to enter! into an arI4ii > th>* confession of her and the detennina.
,. o ement xiith thera. NVevitb them MICce to be sold to the ln hte>.t and hest bidder, and vx. i lice.( The greater reason wa (this why he should Company of Honda Volunteer*, returned a few datj And al. That Gen. Taylor i is in faitr of i territorial
ion oftlirt Lieutnniitto
take her hack
F s.'Hie. the: proceeds of! I the hale to bo credited (to I the as a regular not Ue elected, and placed in a position lo wield his since, having been honorably discharged. He informs indemnity."
enlisted! soldier
). 1'iee Ameiicnn fas the fleamerdutiierner jjoiat c'tae! of I Holden and Mc.Makin. That her she stated,the that iiicts they jiflded.-On) influence, great from the power of his mind and attainments us that our troops hate suffered very severely If this should prove tnie, what a running back to

i Las Jie n seized l by the cutomh > Mr.' McMakin wa* lo be allowed by tho receiicr her return induction, into the cnnuected with against the rights of ,the South. It was from sicknesj during the while of their residence in the hollow logs there would be among the M torn*

his care of and diligence the she alledged Lieut.Army,S.chnah as a soldier l had, and giving the sword to him who could use it to our Mexico. The following are among those who have who have been so bard at work for Rough md

,,1 .c. <] tiiv of. o\\der concealed on J>' ard.Th : to the journal since the death of Mr.lloden. ted part in it. Thereupon (he brother Schnabel ac damage with the greatest skill and effect. It was died attached to Capt. L's. company, not heretofore Ready," lo ever since hisditinguishedb3ttl5

: Arro I In* of the 7ib} inc'., ase s' Ijy I'Jiila. X.Am.of Monday.iSuitfora under and placing the firebrand in the hand of him who could reported : Stringfelloxr, of Alachut, Corporal Ball, they discovered how available bis military f&*r.e lt3
arrest the
were put were xvaiting
i& : the Free American, has the following! cut iou' ; lietcard.-The city authorities of return of Col. 6 iilpin, xxhen they will have to apply it moil disastrously. Was this the duty of Columbia, Nicholas Thomas do., Leach, do., T. rendered him.Lnhleol .
I Brannen.do., SpearGad, A. E. Harris, Leon,
artielThff*- : Hosion appear) be particularly averse to pay. the ol false Southern Whigs ?
& charge
making tbe
I ock T-r&pf1'iare SignrJ.-Inaletler inj reward* offered f,r the detection! of offenders. answer roll.\xilhouta ou's examination.a muster Meanwhile But, thinks Mr. CABELL, it was only right that John Gtant, do.,D.K. Lay,Wakulla, Jo,.Lewis,do., States Senators.-Th term* of l5

: a received liy yesterday fn ui our corresjwind. 'l'h.y refu!eil to pny lor the apprehension the girl surg xvas going at largo about the- the North should have a Speaker, and it was good Chs. Scott, Madison, McClamy, do. Our troops lowing Senator expire on the 4tb of MarylanJ'Ja.March,

cut at t Jabpi, he informs ti* that an indif idnal of the ,murderer Tirrcll, and within a Fort as lively as possible. She continued to Southern policy to give it lo her. Very wall. Still hate not reached Mexico, having been detained at Sift**-Vermont,William Upbam. ***'*

,.., a holding a l1iht p.> iton: in the Ameiicaninnv few days a *nit, has been bronchi against them dress, in her uniform, of xxbich she had drawn why choose a Wilmot Proviso man? Was there no the different posts alo g the road. Mr. Bolon informs \. Pearce. North Carolina, G. E.J Badger..bn J. CW"'

.. p.' : Hiid whose assertions deserves! entire to reco"ver8i000oflercdin I-Vh. 1810, for the necessary article ; and it is added that Northern man ia Congress opposed to that Proviso? us that a number are yet confined by sickness iana, Henry Johnson. Kentucky, 'lc"-

'. credit, said puMicly, r.nd without the !lea*( rewrte. detection of incendiHric*. A boy wn: urns- every she stood the fatigues of the campaign as xve I Ior To be sure there were, but they were democrats.Ah in the hospital at Jalapa, the recovery of some being den. 7) -NevfHampshireC.G.Atli Job8 *

: : that front letters received at Jalnpi: ted, tiled and convicted, but wan: subsequent!) better than most of lh-3 able bodied men of there' the rub. A great question is agitated considered extremely doubtful. The climate of Mexico Connecticut, John H. Nile*. New York South Ctrf

; : trot Ihiebl.t, on the l i1 ins)., it was p > it.\cy! pardoned, under a belief! of his, innocence, and the Uattallion. One of the German Northern strength is threatening the South with after leaving the seaboard is stated lo be delightful Dix. Pennsylvania, Simon Cameroa. *

known I hat a treaty of peace had been signed this was set up as a defence for refusin" to of St. Louis publishes what purports to papers be a imminent danger-the South, ia (self-defence, is but it seems to require time for our Southern lina, A. P. Butler. Georgia, W,. T. Colqaitt.All n. lids-
William
I in Mexico. On I hieing tod! that it wa strange pay tie! reward. The Court, however ruled note addressed hy one of the Lieutenants to forced to consider all other questions as subordinate troops to become acclimated. Fruit and vegetable barns, A. P. Bagby. Ohio, Bt' '

I .. ; that lha should IIP the case, ns .Mr Trist had that the evidence of this fact could not be reccived this damsel, which is sufficiently romantic and to that of her safety ; ia the midst of til this. Southern *, and the production of Northern and Southern ana, E. A. Hannegan. Illinois. Sidney H. S5Vui?

; j tr4 the pow r to 4. n.s>ich treaty, he ansxvercd and that the record of conviction was lovelikc, but it failed to reach her, and the Whigs are called upon to elect a Speaker, and, climes, are abundant at all seasons of the year, Missouri, D. K. Atcbeaon. Arkansas Total! .5 WI1h l

f I hat (je.ii. Scutt had taken it upon hit own conclusive evidence of the boj'5 guilt so far bearer, a Corporal in Company E. was imprisoned feeling that the office ought to be given to a Northern the too free indulgence in which i is periapt cue Florida, James D. Wotcott. ,

: iri on iLil.Hr to 5gn the treair, in conseVr as thif stilt wa concern;*}. far attemptm j to dearer it..7. man, they elect erie opposed to them ot thisj great cause of the sickness of the troop Democrat



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fliowlul Hot and Cold. Correspondence of the JV. O. Delia. From the ,\'no Orleans BulUtin Jan. 13. Lamps, A.C.PORTER'S Valuable Lands and Negroes for FLORIDA LAND SALES. a'I

Albert Gallatin, sass the Phila-lelphit ptnnyt. CITY OF MEXICO. Dec. 27. 1S17. TREATY WIIH MEXICO.We PATENT PORTABLE COMPOST- Sale.

ramon, recently publUhed a pamphlet on the sub Eds. Delia-Yesterday morning, a etach-! have information which leaves little LAMPnew Mice] thst glee. a THE FIRST MONDAY IN FKr.RL'ARY I

4eolorl ject of the Mexican war, in which he takes pound ment, under the cmnmand of Col. Withers, doubt on our mind, (hat Mr. THIST has made brilliant libt, withont either smell or smoke The NEXT, will be sold in aticello, for ea A, I .
consisting of (lip 9tli faction of Ar. *ub criber intends keeping a supply of the fluid away !- I
I ajainst his counts* and in defence of Mexico.Thtreopon Infantry, a an arrangement for peace with the Mexican the follow inz Mate : -
tillery tinder Lioul. niud rf on hand. Isaic, aced; 4 > ear', a fir** rate field hand, and!
-. a it ofa ,
I Mr. CI.. T, a* in duty bound, eulogises company (;overngnent. Whether is in the shape GEORGE H. MEGINNISS. ; 44j
Sarah and child t
perfectly healthy S'ljears. .
ot I Mr. Gallatin and his production. He say : Dragoons under Capt. Cailhrr, started lor Pa- formal treaty or only an exchange of diplomatic [ January 29, 1S-IS. -JS 4t old-gu id field hand; ; Henry. lx veats, ploush-lmv year

ted S. I have this moment pero ed an able pamphlet cliucM, a town situated near the mines of Heal notes, we are unable! to ay ; but the anti ci'lton picker : Harriet, II ears, h v -h nd antI f

from the pen of Mr. Gallatin. in which, w ithout any del Nonte. The ol-jccl of expedition I untlcrMand document;, in whales form they may be. Tallahassee Guards, colfon-pirker : Julia. >ear..cMtoi ju.-Ver : J ihn. $ i, YV"ILL be ,>fVrcd fir V at At-c'ion. CI' tr e> *.ikda t'i

concert between us, I find that he t.Vr similar lo be to prUect the proprietors inworkUS will com, by the next arrival, if they hate not >ears ; Armstead, V Jears, an.l .bria, .rI ve, r.. I > of March l'.4.. at the C,'m.ty ?"te .1 )a i't
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! to those which I had preiouly crrumdHe the first rate field binds and perftftly t'eailhv. antI Jiiiia Hentort t'uty, E:,.t Honda, a.'< rat l tracts .rf l.a ''. p
positions
atH the
mines at time lacollet
fortifies them by a stnUig array i fad and game already been receited by the Iiritish sloop ofvrnrfaring. I;. S-jsan .1 I, and infant t year. at P! i'i one family : 'in Tr.ws.alipil;[ | Rae l i', ai.d n Tnwi.u.tii' .' l.

! o, powerful arguments" : the re\fnufs, ft ri'iiir; therefrom. Captain PKII.: which arrived a Eli/a Anne *' %car.. (ottoup picker ; JIM il.irn,. :Jsears. ha'e.I. :' u "

In his opinions of MrCallatin, Mr. Clay lia< The proxpecJs: nejiotiaiiti: a [ware immediately few; dits i since from Vera Cruz. \ n nlantition cariKrntcr : (Catip*. V"i vear<. fr"t I On the I tth that of March at the LVurt HMI f '1

increave dailv. and. i.i fartve liav hour's rate fi\i\ ] hand. Eve: ", Alice a, sal Jixet.iM"-. .laet' i Cu'ri -ufu.'ry tracts ti ci U :. '
all other subject In 1WJ he thuspoVe This tes el Zot under at an no-
changed M Os way 'l.o..e.ru P.S ;
to lioIiiM tV MPIIC! will oar, all in one family! lU>lla. -' vrar. Krst; ri f< h. ? '!? ;
fS1 of this same Albert Gailatin : every reason : ns run4liile ,ire. to convey important (1satchee} to the field hand, Rehecra li.Sy, auth nht,f I te.ir. akin :I':!. :; 'b'I!

.. Cut sir. th centlem to whom I an about tn j ja'.lurfe it d.jrin thc! next moth! if our < iovernment Mriiish! Minister! at Washington, and it is probable one tamllv : Primus, "fl year and Lew I'. 39i ears ir.

5***, although l 1.n: a rei-ident of tLm -utitrj. ha' i iM will accede to the terms they otfered Mr. TIHT'S communication to his Government first rate field hands ; Mary Ann". VTI >eii- a r.wwt| i _n. 'a w.At .

fftltns. 1O altarhinfHtt. no $fi/vipatkit, no during the -armistice. An er.tirely] dilJVrPtit were :Jorwarded in that mode from 'viouse-servanfseafnsres. and held hsr.t. Fl rni"! M.udiuui i CVut ltu! vii 'hlnr'4st_ Jtt '; n .: r

p plincipie:. *74 common with our prople. N.aiir fifHearsazo opinion exists in the councils of the .MexicanCioxernment the of Mexico.We ATTENTION: and Henrietta 1 %ear. all in on family; J .e. s. % -jr*. Mirth: ,. :
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P4'nnCLansa took Lisa to her bosom, wi City cotton picker ; Mary (taker. 'J-s year, a 'irs' ra'e [ ..I-4
rag warmed, and chfrishcd and h nort-d lurn; and how and with a large majority ihepeople. "could hardly! suppose, after his powers are hereby ordered to appear at your usual co<;k, ironer, si-am-'tress urah l housservant, tmf 1 irn I' ertion. Tcicn4i. Ilew. t r1


Mow at a s>f tern endeared to her bv a thf ro'y'h roniction | me, under date of the COlh iii.l t.. that alx utj home, that Mr. TKIVT would enter into a regular next. in ritizens dre-n hut drill. A punctual Mien- I : Martin, 30 vears, a strong active, *nd! *ir
"4le \ that it is indifi>en.ibie to IMT pnwperitvHe .- j tliiity of Ihe new deputies; : had already arrived. formal treaty which would, in nowise, ante i a Ieul'ie'te4, a* rr.ittrt of importance to the held hand, but subject rrcis.onaMv! ti Er>.lei>t -j I N F (ui -S 1., ':. ,
has filled at home aad abroad some of the hiuSpt I interests of the Company will lie o>n.idered.i fits; ; Lucy, 2"i vears. a firit t rate field hand. Matilda '
and that by t lie :>li! ur 10hif: J an nan thete'tt'eutI'uii be bi (lovenunent, : but still I i: | i I. 1.o j
ding
offices under this iternment. duritz, Hru \-ars-: upon our i I.. \ TIIOMI'.MJN! Capt. .1, Hetty 1. and infant. to he sold itione iamilv.Also" .' %
. and h: it still at htnrt an <*iun. T.t antlorit! ft t i. not only bi-u
.4"C his name hat \w"iok -d, ,til 1 th. 1.:S rs ut his she \ihuie .(tit' C'.ulres'. jiu'vut ; that there peace hate been reduced to wiittng, and Jaruuirt: NI". ante, in Jefers! <>neoii"tv. Flori! ,. confintT* :Surii March
in the) torn of tnentnr'al to Cuurirct., hiatt j is to the negotiation of acres of land of which there art aboti (u's) clear.. : :L A
a : a
pen, flub opposition peace acceded to, by the present rn-n, in actual or Si r. H.i ? ; c5
G. W. HUTCHINS upwards of 'W of which hate h-cn cultivate :
been vrthrow the American I. and in n
encaed t
m
.t the fioin the Slates ui ,
deputies 1 !
except ain '!i ; nominal power, at (Ji; retaro.A the past test in cotton and TeTnfNW.Lef: 13. 1 $. 3g. (4' $
tikub'titut(> the foreign fo liaine to yotn notice I Sin Ln"dtf 1'utos: and J.iini.! The new 1're- short time will deride all!! doubts! on the AUCTIONEER This Plantation is situated corn.in th- T'sf d.-iraWe! '. F. ,,r s w i ...fxv n. 1, :. .. !
her
Europe *rj thrre in -tilrate u.x>i s.er :sn .
your L'copu'i doctrine* cf free "ra-le ; and wiu'u >eIi aiJt-nt. I Ilrireia.I i U known to l e in favor ot immediate subject, and we mo't kinrerely Lope, as we T.1LL.1I1.1SSKE, FM.M.nS part of the State hems within twn miles aid a hf! ''. WofSC4t; of .v 1ef II.H.. 1, ti: .

edlh hare prevailed! upon them to nn<.eal their pori und negotiations. The piesent (ioterntr.ent believe, that our information oti the subject i i.> in anv (''ait oh| ti! <; mjntutlriJk.l to, and of Monticello. I If is well the-tI h watered I Ihrou:houf.alxvndin ir 3:.. 'I.1, Z.. -. jhI ;.
or the ;
freely adrait tie ;prmJuce of V'nn.'lvani.a anti .tliei, | has sucrw Jeil in de>tr. } inj; the old ar- correct. rfspcctliil\! ,>! i ii. il. in in this.ulrlnzl water. and it remtrkab!,. i .- NFcr: ;, ?, : ., E '

t'TTteLl States, come birk. ar.uI'e J *!ull l he ptefured"*; to become my. sti'l Ins or .tnized a n<*w one, composed lu.) Ea err- : even health. On healthy it there neiihlwrhood.for ii a tees eindDwel'ins itsiinintrrrur Home.>ted || i: i ii N w 4 tf t;, :. c,
convert*, and to a (It! the National (inun!. the oi unization: of The (I1lfi'CUuIZln"la'TfZ ihf tiro (;Genrrals. Fi.tc.n. with piazza all around, containing eight fine rnns. i ihe i TraMOref ca'h. the bsljwr Ii, Ileic .
Still at heart an alien .'" niJ Mr. Clay in 1 1-.ziy, J. W AnhTM-. !i.u: | I). 4'. XViL>o> 1.tl.
vhich I tend Volt. This iievv army \vill!! enable! The Washington correspondent of ihe! .NewVoik ; ] ides servants apartmrnfs. Kitchen, Store R
( tb whtn Mr. G. wa endeavoring to unharkloni- [ the ( overntnent lol\eep for Miik, |j Or, if any ;.'ureha.eri *>M) ld prefer to pa i' merce-but what shall be said rn>tr when our coantr> | I .V.c.all in jood order and rcpa-r. The NesroQ'iar-j I lue percent will be deducted frcra the f rafi'.htrtCSIt' -
. th; also wiil be it* support in any measures it determines ol'tiip cau e which have riven rice to theditl. Hill School. $
ii enrazed in WAR, and ir. G. uses all the i n\rrs I Ief I f er?. Over upon.j ep'nre between (;Jen. Sco'.t and ( leu. Worth, j T I ilin n 5crr'd! fa rt j>!<- -.nie in infi-rmin the Fences i c. are also m c wvl or JT arid ca-.iabV! c f. cconmo i S Li-ttt Ihe arvie'alsrtacts rant!,. had hy pf-l v- .
which God 1m to ht that >
mind given sv ur
nra *
j I inarmed joia in r. f.irwr letter that there and the arrest of I the hitler: :- I public I that t ih. > ---tiMihrtlaHOARII; l NGI latinon" htitdred! nf.'rors. There is al-o a |[ ma to any ot the l'it Ma'ert in Uenton t r Man..
country is in the wren;, and the cnenij ris'.it ? i SCHOUL at the l b.'il'uih ;mid: heulthv location of small hut unfailinz water power on which there is a Count* tif Ih.v will be Ifriushei il auj.ist.1 t | l ftr. NT '
j ouW be no movriR-nt fiorri i tlii* place upon The ditticulty! i is believed to have ri en out I
.' STILL AT HEART AN AUE. !" 1 f (),'ane Hill. Washington C'mnty. M-Ti.Ja. with the Grist Mdl now in operation. ;i titer }Iol.J.aiF, addressed to THK ST\TE Krt.i.I : .- 1 ; r.
1,%ti i San Ltiis and J acatecas ot Jueretara betlire of the issue, by the commanding general!, of* view t.f jV.Mhinz t a ; errnavunt (Cl.iie! .raIenui. Also on the suit- if tl.e Plantation will h. tA I TaR, AT T-ALHiio'tr. l'i.oitii't,." ,,,,

nhb'ecf Could they hate IotiC Sune C | the mio'dle of Janu.m, and i now ICJKM! I it:, i iI the gen 'ral order against letter writing. If I Th i'- have enier'uI fi-i-rn'-p. ot \Ir KOHKfrTH.JXVINRUKV. : : the stock of Mules, (Tattle, hIoz', farmiti; urenstls, j I JOHN UrHRU. Krfifftr / .,

I a'thouijh'! the cily is t ill ct!" tumor every day j| appeared to be the general impression itt the I a crad-uteof the FiiiieMity nt North and other nernal proi.ertv. ; J'ub'if'LaH'ii } t'te Male of }lvrr*. S P t

1 Iflar Some whiz cue a< a rwonh> uthern Whig about the natch ota large column: upon those! \! ollicers of t the in .Mexico that ( 'en.i I rar..ln.a. Ornnre Hill! i< tteatii1e'titat| d i 011 the Term*for the J..anu-Onu. third cash, the balance I T. II *ia ,ee. N .v. IX 1 l7.; 17 4fl
1
army '
members of Coneres* c-Iectcd Mr. Wintkrcp Speaker I Il-iltnt. \.ie!! roaci. uv.'nty iiiIle' n i.t "I! Mjnanna, payable in two eijtial instalment at t-ne and two I {Thef.ulh.wirtrp'rucrs will rIranpnMNii ; .
places. i i Worth was alluded to as on of the "nit,, it thi'tx orforfv nil trim theGull' of 'ufu- atwutp three tn.nth.an't l fcrwl theirrnw
that they were K.rced to take linn or do ote In .i-'aiit \- vear, secured by notes drawing interest from cite. < t" t -JSiafe j: j
; The Puros, or leni'K-ractic p-itty, cf thi* !i conceited and envious heroes. ( Jen. Worth1! ien. and alKMind' in tHe pun-it true stone! % trt. af- and inortjage on the l land.! 1.rr'tcrsiz! : Tin Florida Herald! Sr. Ae"I

answer to this, the Albany (Ga.) FaltiM truthfullxsys Irrrjntrr at rut less '' t-.rdmsa !el>ritlul! and lu-althv retreat, inurn tine NVvs kt J.'u'ksnnville Arena. O.-al. S .I nth! are pre <-om;>Ietely puw : addressed! a cry respectful ii"te to ( i 'n. Scott, mot < \MF.ST. \RCIIER.: : : ; ia- -

S I | they have been defeated in their opposition to { a-king a frank atowal from him, whnher he i imit j I iner. for the planters in the atont!| n>u')tie,. Ai nl, and Attornev" in ftrt for T. J'eattv and Wife.Jan. hail Ilf jiibtirnn awl Georjun ; Ch,ilsf... Mer :r.an :. u
*fl.U 1 We cannot s-o how they todd hare dene worse ( 1'rcv I d I Iem ternselces! {ortm ,t. in the--lertion, i. 1-H. ?.- tb for the South. What couid Mr. Gidincs hate il<.tM? the present Goiermnent un Vr their fortiiT'cilors consider huns.'lfo! noxiou! to the reproof i 1 of their Situ ui..fl, 4TiC key Iwhexe it tn l Ii.> one of( the.CuLurn.busTia.esCc' Tia.fr5 I .. ?

wore than Mr. Y.inthnp{ .; Mr. Wmthrop hs arranged and they are now attempting to tally ciinvt'veti! in that order. (;en. S'-o't! evaded1' the n.ist health} lonlii>n. tn the State and one at FOi: SALE. A fine family IIOi:< -

IIeT ; the CVnini'tecs in 'uit' the Atiolitofiis' under the flap of ann''xati .n. l.i';in: by these a direct reply; but answered! th" m>te. ]1 vrlnrn there are at few allu' nent4 to vice-a r.n- vcar* ilL His fj'iaii! art' a Th") pajvr '.
voted receive Abolition 1 ideratt which 'Mll'I 'i' "I -_ gussl rudur:. clraft or cirriaz'lio'-. t-iflit-r I p'iMis'i the "Fl..r.a! Lirh! S.uie'"nIh ,, ?-_.
he has I. pettti-.in prrnt tatics to tik'e the anilntion itCh the American, ( Jen. Woith respectfully repeated the rel1ul'et rf anreto *# i.t.t i ,
ed bv Mr. Giddin i and refer therato the very conmittee e rry ar-nt and fftwrdun. .A th-v purpose nltiratins in sinjleordou'.le! harres-. Er.ijuire at tl.if Oice. 'heal,.. in, Mdkcn and JetTer.'hi Cvanttt.. ; b"e.Ami '
atd thereby negotiations) b.'in To this ie'CsRui| (; Scott tie- J .. -' '. I
jiment any note et. j n-iaryn.t Isj .
which Mr. (iiddin s chte. At the it sti<:a- I lie ir o-An rliiidren u this f p..ru.. i'i. \ r.ot ftc daUb ;PF.Pl5 in Charle t tn eurtanniilr.. c s
lion of Mr. Gi.iJin at(.. h' give hi* ('attifti! : \*"t entered iiu', uittii thcv can huiftHiie, to reeo-i rimed cnini a more specific answer, and informed n-i'v' inTerd at all time* fi, ke-r> a f> nan J rnj"- --- -- .i/- the Mrrctfran
to instruct that aamittee to report whether tlcImjins \vr their Mren th i-uiiick-r.t: t< overthrow: the1 his correspondent that lie could not tent tcarher, but that hoard shaLl! be obtained upon Notice. i and Georgian, will [>jeae pubiioh, cure a Ktek
and elmi! nl Slsics in the Ditrirt of Tolumbia (;mrrnnirn and then maLe a peaee wity j hold him>elf m ible! fur the inferences it'niblit the met ,ea.n-hIA term*. 4 MEETING rf tl.e Stockholders of Ihe Union lor Ihrctnonfh' L 3 -
wa con iitntior.al. We ask azain. what < iesp TF.I'.MS I'F.R H>S0V .tl.. I5jnk of Florida wiR be hrld ct the nawkirtj; November_ -27. HJT. IO S '
them .el\e in twvvr. I think our authorities oleasc the oilicer draw from his !
>
frcrATl.rJ more eou'i Mr. (*ii1iiip4 liim elt hate kn.-- 'u' tnr- i to The H'cni'-.t Iepartr'.uu.> Slij (jO House ia the citv if Tallahassee, on the first Monday ,' -----------I g I.

ther the tiewkr-f the ANiiilioiiiJ it ho bad l bc n are a little too hrr\vJ! to lM -:, to their humbajin phraseology., u ArithutfliilC, IriIr.mr, Geotr'hy and hit in Februarv for the election vl Directorj tosji.J Family- Groceries. ..- VVtVj

witsrt elected Speaker tliat has I'en dne by Mr. XVinthrop ,, ; ; to our own imdiantaze.. and with I ( Jej.orth thereupon (lrP\V tip a satetn"nt j f -rv. 15 00I Bank. j 7Thare-rt.reived.ylatearrivatstrnrn! New Yrk I '

..ichfnejf hIeLCTfl. imh'ed to hare liowed i'ie' ]<}Knflenre between the commanderinchief I Na'nral! rhili>' of hy. the hizhfr branrrif< r>fMithenatic H. L. RUTGCR, Csshi'r. i > and New Orleans, a choice ..eI -clH n r4 t.r.'in'S .>- '
Cife news ot Mr. <;i 'lir.cs iti curry case where heta .,th : LatinGieeiaril! Fre.icli January *>, Jx. j. ( utaMe! f"f Family anti 1'hntstwKi M.- : 1
very little pood trust; ihe Iae'iCe and politics and hirn. elf. and arldie.ser| i: 1
< yet had an oiportuuit.nBut | La.ia'.au'u.; '*> O I l'tiee-e. Codfish. Mackerel llai'in*. iVi'fesSi. 1
o t* the weakness of the rravon ( ') i is oore apparent of the d'f.rent parties are wt-il uirstorMl. lo the Secretary of War. with remarks (.f hi. IJnatd ran tw hid at six 'o PII! t d >lar! per mull For Charleston, S. C. L/win h'k'ur, Sides antI SltonM-r., IJjrrt-i, Ff"erh :.

'oneij< when it i it known that LINN Corn, a member TLepe,'che< ,,f :Mr.i I lay air! 'ul r. Web-ter own as to the injustice with w hich ho h.id beeu Th vee'uri.t $e* ion ot this wuut.I! rociciencfd! on ..' HE: !ttn.; N. d;. Rmr.ie: Tnon,.!ike, Mu>Jjrd. FienHt M .bro<,ns, Kt-i>f>criv aid t'it- it ee

Lave 'laen leeeived lie : <'. If these jrentlen.en treated, and assuring the Secretary that but for :the lOtUbJtaawv.. J Mu..r. djily cxf>et-fi-d lo arrive, n 'if Jel'ie' *. I rt'-rt-rvHl ;incer. i.o.cr and Satw. i>. 57,

from Kentucky and a lit-holdrr, ua tcp wrt* ] aJ and a"i the r>. xv. noRvn.D will load >l- above wit! d >. i Paper Shelled hc.onJ.u. Current, suprricr T*', t
. > \vat to -: Cii"tuV, \\ljv lo the his regard to the public service, he should file : fir port ) > _
.j-; i'ecerall* by the tJenw-crat and could have been e- P. rvr.Ri'rr.ci : j 1 jrilines.. For sal low by 'tIRClrr.114
ruatch. For frei i'f s
, j not p> into their ranks at uce .' If they had rJnr2 ( Scott. IT p.i-sdge. at>plvJNO.
i
Leti2yq against ten ltKl.tY :!
1TfTTiN ? LINDriNBERGER.
fc
Jected had the Swtl.trn Whir; oed for him. They 1 : to (.l1i. ANDERSON', Tallahas-rt, i : .. :
flc{ would tit do tl.i, beca'ise they wished to have tlwOTg 1: Mexican tfliseetS t nj 1i.'jr!i t4iueiL..rte.] they could This statement, directed as an appeal; to the lI:< ) I-. \LTXLLL. M'NAUGFIT X OR.\1UNI, New p. rt. |! __T>'n err.lTr 27. > J7. I :> .

not a sit the i.-aicia-: ; much! ur lo u> as Secretary of '% ar. ho flit un'eaeil! to (ien. Jannar. '-'J. 1 1"J" It Newport, January ', !I"C..'> .it Jefferson Circuit
cizjti..n ot the Iluuse after the Thig faction! Court, 'a
cinch harm a* tiiey 1:4: '* iot.e by their Scott, req'iestinjj him to transmit it to Wash Land Negroes and Furniture for .,
Well, which was of the tatst imjKirtaute, thtir- IN CHANCERY.V. .
lifts *,:peerlje. Ii ti.'- name oi ( od. will the |>oii.iicKins !nttol,. ( ten. Scott refilled] 1n forward it, at .SALT.':. Sale jmfjioned till Ire Monday in February.GADSDEN .
cess tithe whiz, fartx ill The House ci the .ttt.'ty: of itliri r silev. Adtn'r. deIron'in non of JAi Ccl-ll .
kelDC the South Must the hij rule, regardless rif our country never c 'a'e jramblins, the rc'juest! cf ( ien. Worth,, but forthwith: put THE FII TT MONt) tY IN" Fnnnr\RY SIIEP.IJT! SALE.: i l strb, dtce'aed Ct>mplan, : party
for the I 1'residete'i IIJ. HI the iiaaoj! of our rountrjmen (Ien. W. under arre't. and reported him lo llie Ox NEXT: I v-r.la :icnt |fir Mrs E: W. % 'utt. virtue of a writ cf hii facias, si-tied from j .

of c% erv thin" eae ? ? Our army dreads not dinner, i.ordo : War Department for insolence to )his: superior <"11 at iMi'ili'- anction for cash) .it Monticello, Jf ff B the Cl-rk's OtF.ce: ol the Circuit: Court !tot the T.lcan I). Puiiloy, Defendant.IT .. ;

et: The Ir>ou County. Florid. TWENTY ( !O) NEGROES: : ; County ol Jack-on. XV stern Cir.'uit ct Florida, apieinn fa:: the '3tist. sarniiced anvm theni a first rate Carpenter Wheelncht, ands vherein Daniel Ctn.k is j>!airtitT,2nd! Reuben Scott: i ii made in this came, that Ti'.man! I>. I uritoy A :
Mjitanu." of the New Orleans Delia, wruinj but theY d I') tiiiliUe! to be to hit- tin- mils the! ktaleniT.t drawn by ( leu. Wortli., ,
up and other' the ald delendant idnt .*
may r-\\-ir.ak, a C< ok and Soarr. re ereJl from the city of Mexico, under lat ct the J-'th of ( holy ambition of aspiring j )liiciuns: and ;political I This i, the ::ist ol the covatroverse- I plaiti'ion hanJs : ond! the tract f f land, known a-. } sate, before the Court-House dor, in the town <.l t Florida and ia ItOtate ol Gtcrsia.on rr.odon *>:f :

i December, states that SAMI'EL W. KRAPT, the lat knaves. Is there! notay by which our hate it fiom good authority. I cannot nnder- the Fountain tra'-f containing I2tf acres, adjominz Quincy on Monday, the Oth d.iy cf Uecei.iher, 147, the w.lidt.ir fir rotitplamanf : It n CrJcit'l, Thai % t

" *.' of the s-iri oriof Major 1)ade'a unfsrluaate c-otn- friec.-Is at home can p':t a *tu.p j to the unp.itri take, of course, to give the exact language of Die land and residence ot Capt. I'ailev, John MatliI the followmz described! property, to wit : i.gro the aid Ti'.nan D. Pnnk? do anj-eur; and arysr- .
(
otic conduct cf tKiliticii t\ho \\ojl.l I E!>I.) and upon which there is about 100 acres stares Jell, hick, FieHs.and Spencer. j the b.ll of complaint filed in tlM5ia ?e wiinin June .
ri v. sarri. document I !
that hiuse
uinddieJ i.i Mexico froni the cfl'ct.'ofawiuni
thfli recently, i net -r seen. months from the date! cf the t'ilv-at.nn!
l l.va d fence. Levied
ciredand! cclo'ed! co > Ilpurl as ihepront-rlv of said defendantand | ; ot{ this n- i .
> received at the storming of Charultet? lice the whole rszy in or-Jrr lo give tone to 1 .No; doubt tie papers will be called for by I M-irt, a quar.tity; cf HwehoW! Furniture, viz : to be sold to satisfv said writ nl fieri f jci.i- j tier, or the said bill of complaint will I hue tak n tr 1I

It! JAPC'S misiiere cxrcarreJ on the 2>th of i'cen.ber, the next Presidential eiertion: ? The arm\ ( fl"re5.h.!, and I then the truth will out. It i is I5.d.?pa'"s, Uu'eaus, Sofj-t, Wardrobe, 4.C. i.c. and a 15 C. WEST. Sheriff. j confessed : Piorultd That a copy ..g! this: *d.r'..* .

hey| ls-35. Only U.rteot I.M command which nuiuhert done t' ill defend and flight the bat>s of tr.- country surmised that the ( lotcrnment may recall Get,. rotd I'lino. Nov. .", 1' J7. 1G Iivieairalj'crD.S. ; puSIished in some newspaper prir.fed in the Mi d'e j
| ; then !let ;l.eir InenJv at home dlend theiri K. H. GAMBLE.Jamarv {i- The above sale has been postponed until the Circuit of Florida, cr.ce a week Ar the s' acccf for w ?
hundred when e.a.ed the Scott.
it left i ii -
but men Tampa, ; ciuctLj. .
1 ( ths ariin r?. l'*:>. j.7 first Monday in January. lt I. (sinetl..}
pot- terrible fire of ihe: Indians. Their names were roan injuries trorn audi speeches (()- The above sale ha- ,'oecn postponed until the T.I10MAS DOUCLAS .lride. :.ue u

CLARK SpRiurr and L'a&tuT-the two lard of as thseor the. conduct ol such. j Tax Assessor's and Collector's Carriages, Ate. lust Monday in February. '

s i \\hich were severely \\cunded. CLVEK dud coon :3ILSTAXG. NOTICC. ONE FINE CLO ;H F'AMII.CAflRIAr.'E, January S, I'st5.' 2"Quincy : ;
Uo.Twi Sale
fuJr seat RuckaMay of Real Estate

after from the eCects of> his wounds, a-.id SPKMIIC 'j CarrfJtfondtnceof'tie CtMrtr. I rT> !1I. iuidT'i-t'rJ.' "I .Aisesknr and ToIIft'T t j.r ro-top IJuz. ie"A Male & Female Academy.rriHE pursuance and Ly virtue of an i.rder. and decree '

. .fur.jeu was ofornl dead ia the txoodi last north, in the vi- \VAMIIMTO.Jan. ; JL lAtin Ci.univ Jicrct.;. .uue ii./tice tt.t l.e will tiieasnrlm of S.nte'!! Bridle! *, Martinjals exercises of this institution will be resumed IN the Hon. Jud f of Probate in and for the ccii't:

. ciaity i.f Newport. V.'iku'.la county Fiorida. He 11. j i attend J Harnes. of all l.iruu'!,. Saddlery hardware, Carriage -L on Monday. Jinu-ry 17, l lli.. For boardrate ly of Jtllrrson. I will expose to public sale, at an .i rIi.
Tlje. prevailing opinicn here ii, that the At the I'ourt ll'-u.r. u in Ji.diiasj.-- Ho.ich- had wandered off ia a ate of partial deraa ezner.t. of tuition, &.c. &.c. see printed! rataieiusa cupy of <>3 cash.before Court Ito'iueiicuvriM.ni. ".k
IVeidat luau acted wisely as well ascontitij. i itionaiiy. Saturuis I I I.1 auul t I l.'t hi F,4rtue.rt i.e3f, and HuSht! Dm! and every thins ,uilly l kept in a which may be had bv application lo 1, tict-ll, 0:1: the tir>t M indav Ira F'ebruary next, beiu. '.3
;
tiruuetht'on from dissipation and hit wounds and in wiiLholtiin the instructions "ivento At ll.- Scteoul Hou9, at Fort Craden, oa Monday, Saddle Store. All w inch will be sold very ehu.-a1,) bvI N. H. STEWART. I the 7th lay tnereof. all the rizlif. title, and interest ,

. I'RAbY, the last oz" tic* three dit-d in Mt-o. as Mr. LtDzLL :-. constiiutionalh. l.'rat' he 'i' 1 ttii February, I I LI. IT hULL..Li'nu" Jannary 15;, lit-*. 00 Principal. ofWihayr.J1 Mathers.htecfsaidlVunty.deceaspt!. I a .J4'

i; stated by Muatang SrRctE drew a pension A' ixoarn's Cios Hoad: on U't-dni d! IT. 10th Fe'/v.. ( ?. tA I4 I-... cf, in. and tutvvo to n lot? ot land l lyio and bcioin ? ...
____ _
i i. the _
from Government t..r hi* wounds, which taJ dsj- tiecfsariiy wile jirle vhetit.r(! the pa. At Deani' Store, \litcu.suohee, ou 'Jl.ursdjy, 17th GLASGOW [ill E Offices in the IJautrjieiit cf tin Capitol are said town of Monticelioknown in the plan Ihrie't -.
;;; per should! I*? promubated or not ; and wise. | Fl!,ruar\ STEAMER for rent. Applv! toSIMON of a-* Nos. 4.{ and 4 i. .It

tied him in a great cea'ure.General j Jy, liecau>i > their promulgation at this time, At l> tiK-lllowk' ,Centreile.on! Friddltb" IVu-[ TOWLE, Cocptroller. Also all the riht, title, and interest of said deceased f t ,,

a is1e Wfuld! prejudice fu'ure rofiatione.. f'the rum, I January 15. IS-J- '-' 2t cf, in. and to the following land Itin? aisi 'o .
(lultman. i At RtuVn! M.nnin::'*, Manmnztcn, on Saturdar. t trth I feting in the said county, known arid d irnated 1 1t
t\a I* is f lrr til til ffitir-liii1.il it tfm.t I.A t.. .._ UH7*
IVbnurjt CITY HOTEL t the Land Office .f the United Siates '
Th Washtngtja fawn contains the followin* ( at TaIIaIuas.et',
extract of a letter from the raliant leader d the otiati :i ; CDII'JIH : i a conclusion that ;the; \ Eyrd'a: Shop, LaVe Iimonia, ua Mondj.i .'; JAMES TrCKEF, MASTER.ltiundcrs'ntd as H'JtY

1'iekident does not avow-dii ei'k ; and a con. I I Frbruar.l| t 15i,1105.f! tt f this node nf The E J of S E i of Sec 2O, in T2, Nof R R. E: ;

mounted riflemen, (Majcr LORIM..> who fell at the elusion 11\ treaty is. still.! op.'i.ly declurrd! : to bepn .\t School Hoixe, near Genre Yonrn's, Lake JaLiton.cn T inf.trmin? Ihe t.ii'.lic jn i tt.at ll.e new Sfe. sier 1 he S J (II l S W 4 cf Ste >I. it, T '.'. of.R ';. N .'.. E ; ( *-. ?
head of his recimett 0.1 the eve ot entering tie cit> i Tue tabie by Mr. Ut< IIIN \\. If ihc puolica. i At IV-n IIf"! fuel buimtwm ''fiLAWOXV i now r.nrrninj; her rejular trips onilieSuwnnr.ee '
at cf R
; oaVttuf N
in Mexico, by a wp'j.d which deprived hua of one dj\ R.vrr between C. lun/iu-i arid Cedar I>, and E.. itaium; in all -Iff acres m."xor 4
lion 'if the papers v ii! sco .e the liewhofper* i nd Fcl'ru4rj, less ; subject, however, fa the L'ni.rt
thetbe of his arm*. The extrart is an eloquent tribute 1 K. (. This ltoj it Mn ir.'iy Iriilt ot the be | suns who !have been, or may be telied on a? !'or I tinp rxeif; rrreivirs rf'turn* r| IJhIC! pro -y Har.k of Florida to secure the stock rf twenty Jtatc< .
l Iv iMe: ofrarrvini
Item a gallant soldier t j the bravery cf Iii9 rfi-tm- ', inl' |> -uce. itm st reat\] prejudice i I'rty in said County tor tli.- er i l--ih. ut.ii uNn: to one vr'.pei'.d htin lretl ton two(burli.ri.engines f cru rt"ca
ell- tinguished coiriiiitxlcr. The letter sas adresd <' future take ihe crtijji duortd b> a late law) of aft!) ciulirru i ot this Hole. SOLOMON E. JIATHE1N.! d ,.' :
flCOlLtjtj. JnJt uI. Tt wi'h! suitab'e'! arenrnnu'hti.ru. l"f furts >a<-
any ( is crtton i
Jor
not *
the .
bttren a'aeut and HAMILTON HUDSON.
< mx i eighoten.
to friend in ** it icx- Executor of U H. Mithcis, deceased.
vritMr. a private corre posideticc : : th*> IliHiseto add f.f !lirht draft reuulr."g hut <-\enten inch- .
;
a} nn onLasaiizht to {lute ted that -arh |>rrtKHi wilt i-ocn |prepared.IIR..TT.i i. j nzer January r.. ict. 2J January.p..t.| > is
'u Gen. Quitman wi* at the heid cf r av renrnor.t i'I that <.s wafer. I hereby einMinz het tt> ix'rlorm ire trip I
| rend'-r
.ay. negotiation*. tho!j ?h peihajis! infor.ma ( a t lull and: niplte list, in ; -- _
at the time I shot. We the all .onol the belween ColumbiH ,
was were nnre t AIMT- vt-t'IIarlv at oa tear Notice.SIX
cb writitii'I of all ta\lr! |irort owtud In liens Sale of
; foot | > Negroes.
? thi on
-are tu. on at
iran soldiers to the city of Mexico anti theiraitr.y at 'iionifut. and! Cedar Kel l<"vrcC( as- tbe time I wa wounded. Alter I tell, he armed There much CollVer'atjugi here as to the'' lli number- NI Jgruary tie Ja"t, ll.e li-f of land* to tong ii l.f I\Y r' ''r' inz at 7 o'rlixrk.! A. M. and Ce
vttced himjelf with one cf ray rule, jointd thf r their charge upon the G'arita de IVIen fired hia last *-!!. or the ifltett-.iti t of siippFr! require on estate HI7 ia a cause therein depending in which Jo.efl> I f
(;Jeneral (IAI>C<<.-The decision decide iam* ol the *Ttui remierin it, ji.d .
the ( \om t-> le- of Hit-hard I II.! Crowell. lateo' siid Count v. decea i'd.
cartridge, then tied! ln,. handkerchief to the rifiV lure her to ;perf .rn> two trip t 1" r week, the proprietor.* Chairesand Green H. L'baire*are Complainants.: and f
muzzle wuicd | tluPs'ien. Mrs. (;.*IMS it to take posse .ion, ratrcosz.To r. and the HARRIET M. CROWELL. .'.razelna G. Chaires, Administrator of Ti
and his umlaut Sbld.em ov -r the i ibreastwork thnumixi will chet-if'iMx! a -fjtiir ee in. nake nces.'ar> m IVterI 7
-ge. -bemt the fir.t to tncunt amid the terrible tinder the iidate of the! C'otut, of fixirfifihsofth farnI%. cur uinirr cn'p the control 7 lt haires, d."ceased, are Dctendants. we. the nnd rssjaet '

carnaze that loIIos ed. Ill -ntutcto gay there prnpeity; of her father-amounting to at IfTvun reiidfiin, Iwtwccn the ascs ol ins and npc>rmliIwn eipirity t" the une n"w <'rr>l'n. d. A- goon r' prarticable'thi Cotton, Corn, Fodder, &c. for Sale. { : !, as Commi- ,ners underpaid Decree, wilt C ,. '. :

it. are few in tances in history! where os e et. hish IT < leat ei !ht million's.j : tears, vpcil'.tis[ those w liicli can lolhtrnd IxMt will extend )her trip up the Suwannee sell, in the city of Tallahassee Tuesday the 15th ;. )
botest rink and ads anced in lite ha. thns had. am< \aild i tnilr, tho'ss 111(11 trail out! riVet to th- Upper Sprint and alii up the \VMLL! be sold on the I'.ith of February next, at of Ftbruary next, at public auction. In the highest ,1
him elt of, the brilliant opr ftunity wreithinz a- j j The Senate: is not in session to-dar. The winch tt'ithtr ran artil it-it tcnir, atidIht'T WitKlarowhte! riv -r. f V the late residence of Tom Peter Chaires I'e-1' I bidder, (or cash, about EIGHTY NEGROES, or so i ,.

I tofit round his brow so distinct a title tc the honor of being House has l heel) erj 3<:"d on private bills ; and, 012 ai.o the toicnttnpvithm ran iced wiucU nor tmlr, an-1 tat- j The "d -r.in'Hl won'j for'l'utr 'tat-! that he and ceased, about fin or 70 bale iii l Cotton, the crops cfj many thereof as may be necessary tn raise the several

regarded 4 bravest of the brave.' ** '''fi'r three L-ourc, \eiy, animated, and in one or rnticI i-ich children I i iIt
__ i selve' ol the provi-iorn rf m art ,.niteut. An art to past year, plantation implement-, and many other (..atmued. if iiec -!. arv. from dav to dav. w
twoease. ejorjtient peerhes weriniedc for I I earnestly hoped thai all ,will l "
Another roite from tfc .1rmy.-In addition to or j tx-rson >prompt, the mvijation a-id lo nanjate the s'nwan- things belorging to the Urn. Terms-cash. GREEN CHA1RES.JAS % L:

msd.- what Mustang*' a\s in another column cf the effect chains! citing a small [ention to aux\ >r wo. the a- the 1st liRie March Inrtumplctin next ,thins.-I Hit,who t\ork is limited t.. flee impm river. and fur> other Miirp'xei therein mentioned, ANGELINA (;. CHAIRED.Administratrix L TOMPKlN-s, 10111111181011"Notice. '- .#. :. t' :
a IK
man,-the s'eu.rn'.tisr! and dependent of the are d.-hinu1u-nt| i enacted at the la.t .f.ion of the Legislature f.f. the ol Torn Peter Chaires, it-c\l.! January. '. I-i'.. :2'a: Itit ,
of Cla>'s and Webster's eecLs j on the e en-y, j will l hut- (louble t<\rl, krf-r.iuiu; t', lj\r. Tne T.uu1Ieti.r i January 15, 1-st" 20 i:
allant and lamented Ia I5iowwho fell in j ( .mJ Aisur J baud
nia 'e at he C.mrt
tht" Free American, of the 3Ut Dec.trib T. a paper j i .'iant ti> tie pnnisininof said act, Select School for .
command ,.ftie') their rompanv | ur
lot b II Doys.I .
t hit .
ra- armu nime, opposite | u published *n Vera Cruz, ha the following t<>a>f j tinker the natneand stvle nf the Florida State Internal A LL having claims! ;
Matatnoras, a! the beptinin, of the at abctpprecincU this School, which i is limited to twenty-five pupils persons apainM the estate fJTX .1
1.- offered by the eteran General Twir.cs. the hero of [ \Var. present J. \V SHF.RXVOOD. Irnpr ernent and Steam Navijaiioi Company.Tlie I there are three vacancies. For cogent reasons Philip A. HavwarJ, life of Tallahassee, de- I 3j a

Cerro GorJo, at a Sapj>er given by the ouuiana tolunteers Tax A>" f.sor and Collectrt, Ix-m Ccantr. j Cnr;pany trill oon rom"Ieteth arransemenu.. ephetniralpupita' are not itrtheJ. I ceased, arc reiested to present (hen.diti authsnliiit.i -
du'c notice will! l h'e> riven, f r pTirrhn'n!
: /ioiivr Si. .lttiHtnr IhraliJ Jan. 20.DEMOCRVnt" Tallaha '.c Januar* 2'1, !I'-I"! '.> j of which ? To remove misapprehensions in regard to the j !, within the lime prescribed r>y ?aw, it they 4 b
C., and other t rmluct if the muntrvr r nsLe
ltnIi
will l-e barred thcwe to"the
branches tau l.t. as well as to the rattn of tuition :- indebted ejrtafearaearne .j 1 r
ByGe D. K. Twigj STATE OXVEXTIOX.: : advar.T :1!! shippt-d ,
rash uonn uroperfv
: i iI liberal the schedule ?!v requested to make They
prompt payment.
Tax subjoined is published !
Cr Hon'.r to the citizen soHier who ste forward Taking i> I iiur rai.ted.. tl.at; the 1lein1urle'tI Collector's Sale. ttli-vi re mi''' 1 AS inn a< prac'icahle! a tine nf'itabl are remirxi that thue.'esurnehiuough small i"divi 1 IiaUv.

Co- battle lor tii co inti>. Shame lo thee knatea at I of ;i'loritla intetrj: to pursuo the well; estab.lished ; : ;'. ;I TJV virtue of the authiritxfstwl in rn hy hw. I I ; peV 'S ill! he e4r'sIu.hnl! l M the Companvr are Theratesot as follows,tuition viz : (payable al.vavs in advance,) j> in the aggregate run.litute the wiiicvv ancloi- s. a

home who Rive aid ai* l comfcrt to oyr t-ucnmi." j Jj shall -\pos-> for sale, before the (Virt !lnn'-.e -|, pen Cetlor Kv ant 1 NTV \nr'i and N'ew Orl"a"s %
mode uf pluit'k L'uiion
ioriiiittii: : (candidates it i if 1. Readme, Writing, Aiitlimetic, Emcr .
( on,
doer, :n thecitt of T laha'-e. I th- rf fr. ht and part i i1st. C } t
Th "American" on liu- first ?i ii'tuay! for r<"ivev nce :; ra.'senvers. WM. WILSON
minrstrator.
C. sayn time to fu upon the place and dn > for holding in AusiM: nest, tie foll minsi'Hi-rimi! "rj therehv rnrirtT to M if' t'tron.. a tile oml expetlfioiK ) -jti pr quarter.U. ,,4 -
Hrtt > December!, i'.i;.
"Thistosst of pr | :)
the white haired Arithmetic Emerson m .
hero rf 2d : ;
CerroGorJo ( ) English Gram-1
the Ct. The i.jot, b nuirh thereof will 'f "f trs'nrtatinui of their pnl ,
\ eiit.i. to 1)3 oiriit j 51) a< l.r nicint{ to tut ln! State : rr4e f r-'nperlv t"eitlei S C
expre"s letUng* History,
Ciff
and Cociuity tlf du-lt tecri.ur. well to ii rues of per
- who'.e! before the ;people of i'loridi! at the ensuing, i ifdll | for lh<> rear I It7 : r"rket sv as return rarco <
arrov. election the i, S-Ttion 15, Township I. Rjn:e 1, .V aid 1 K, purij'orlin I #e.tiniufl.! The rare nf lrinsr'rrta'nn will in no quarter. J Watches, Clocks, and JetvelryT ( .
.1. The Latin
are most important which Greek and French Lanrnsses and j,
; to belong to \V. < ;. t.ouldA instan'e e-I| thr>. here'ofo-erhirired T allowed 1It'AIRuD. ,
upreUi Coart of the United Mate have been ever presented to them and the Literature, (Arnold, O.lendor;!. tic ,) Arithmetic.
A. FISHHR SSeriff fur lile scrvtre. Imf a trnferUl red'i.-ti iuun cf nchnte CV
LE MYER
.ba (Fn! er on, 'id.) Alsebra, (Jeometry.Triionor'c-' & hav in secttyrd the service :
JANUARY 21. l'.ic.l offices to be filled are the most important anti and ff officio Tat C.-llector Leon To. 'I !it contentl-ited :il .11 cant oejtsh!. n< .nnn asifeiirre part L nf
try, Mensuration, Survevln*. Hook-keepin;. rratural an experienced wnrkrmn who will attend tt'Vie '
The Court this day delivered an elaborate op.n- responsible railing for the utmost nnanimiu January 2y, I4-js. ,I of r>niinM'iall' warrant 'irh re I>irtion. Philosophy, Phjsioiorv, Ethics, j8-j| prriiar; repairuu of Watches and Cocks esrlnsiveit,,

ri. Ion, couGrmng in all respects the decree ct tt e late and circum i>ec.tiou in the designation of the The .uarilitie. of7crefl. lo nartienf pe! s-ire and other* ter. A quarter consists of three calendar mouths.... f! are pri.areui| t I.' do til work in their luie of bttj.eg i r:
Fenders. to vi if the K** at sit : rf the \ear. one r>( veil and ., ,
Court of Appeals cf the Territory of Florida, in Ike candidates who are to be selected as the exponents the most Iienlthv siti dctirahle retreats fur invalid thirteen weeks. j prvmplSy
DOZEN SIICCT I RON }FENDERS School bills when not eirlier atlendel! l Nov-i.her Ii;. i.l7. in I
to t
hairf- I > ,.,
to case of John Innerranty sa. the Apalachitola Lan of the tishu'jt. It-clings and opinions ONE and others in the SMe! avl the beautiful and romantic r v -- -- ----- .- -- .% t .
article /lot ile hrGEORGE rents, will invariably be presented oa --- ------- ---
; wetli Wore
us Company. This case was argued, at the last term, of the democratic pail) HJany considerations ; II. MEGINNs. scenery cf the Snwannee will it is supposed otTer (he expiration of the quarter. Notice. .i ,

ty the Hon. J. D. WESTCOTT and General WALTER of preat injportance seem to indicate the January, 1s IN. 'JS 4t ant inducements excursion.tn many to avail themselves of so pleas H. ALLAN. !j I T -,'OI'R VM-eks af'et date, I Ujll ayply) t- the Hen. ;'

Joxts for Mi. Innerrarity, and Hon. DAKICL WI.BTCK necessity sfcarly f taking the fi *ld. We hate This an Company havinr as they believe made all Tallahassee. December 23. IS !17. *t-j jf J JAdministra'.pr's L Jud e ol I'ribatem and I'or ther'oimtvot J.-tI 1

$4ii. and Hon. JOHN UCRSIC.V for the Company to elect this full a iovcinor, a Representative Thomas Jeff. Heir, teqnisile nmenfs for the convenience anil ac- I ler?.>!>. for leave teeth thereat |tate oVi'.n| r.i .

E J the decree, the lands railed the "Forbes* Pur in C npresfc, and three Presidential Electors, ATTORNEY AM) COl'NSELLOR AT LAW, rommodation of the public, they solicit its patron Sale. |' 11 Mathers, late rf said c.'uaty.d.4e.eed i the *:x A .
j real e :ac ronaistir of two I.ti of land, .,..
chase" held the selection of whom will have to come be- IITILT. ptactice in the Cirruit Court in each age. P2 ">ILL be sold at Ta'.lahwsee. the first Mn- heirrt in Montipllo } t'lnj >
are to be liable for the arrears of princiad For further particulars apply tn Mete.. P. T'. on j ; 'ioritiaar.d 4iK cret of buuat.! .
\
V
ad interest of a mortgage upwards of twenty fare a State Convention. In accordance with! t'otmtt t.f the Midd.e Circuit, and in the Su- SMITH t Co., Columbus. Messrs. SMITH k H.AHRI ** day in February n.\t, n negro man named Ivin S and bc'.nc; in the aid rcnnt> uf Jttfrrs.*.,. -

j *"" sid I the opinion of many of our Democratic friendu pre-ne Court and United State District Court at <:. Madron. MesM. PUTNAM &. RICHARDS, Vernon. and a lot ct Ln-.v Hooks, l-lenpine to the SOLOMON F MATHERS. ,,
made before the .
of
being cession Florida Tallahassee.Monticrllo! estate of Norborne T.
Taylor for the
heneSt of the Executor
undervzneil. ol Wn,. LAhther, >c',L S SJeftrsoti
'
in this section of the Slate take the Cedar Kevs. or to the .v
'ad we liber
*id 29 IMS. heirs and creditors
which Mr. lonerraritjr claims nearly forty January 23 JAMES TLfCKFR. fy crjer ,,j the Adminwtrator. County, IVceir.bcr 1. 1347. u 5: I
a- tJuiilw.D4 dollar,. Jy of suggesting to our Democratic brethren And others. Proprietors. December 25, IS 17. S3 ts

the holding of a State Democratic Convenlion Strayed, Columbus, Florida January 22, ICJ*. 22 IrNotice. Choice Liquors."TTTK '
'Provisions.BV
a fle American Bible Socicly.-At the last on the 3d Monday of iMarch next, at FROM; the Hail Road Depot on the K.th inant, oftf In tl.e public His fvilawin tb 'if+ Li'a

.,i tnntVijIneetng; five new locietiec were Madison C. If.A mouse colored MULE, wi'h a black schooner Oregonjnst arrived firm New Or- I \V on-rit, all if which se will warrant aa bein.j
re. _ wtnredown her bck A liberal rewaid will be '. <*> paid J of the lust cpalitv :
gn eduauiiliarie$, 1 in Maine, one in In. for her return and the persons hat ins claims azainit the rsfkte nf 41) barrels superior Flour.10 "* .
at
Hard Casr.-A strong argument for the delivery Depot. ALL cuarter cask snpr. e.'ui Cnioar 'raril",
,' P. He lh, late of Hamilton Connir. deceased
one in : do.
V rtctified
Kentucky, one in Tenuemce January W. IIS. 2S 2t Whiskey, C ** Madi-ira Wine .
,
is ,
Punishment in the
and Anti.Capital men seen are requested to present them, duly anthenticnted .
7 cask sides
one i b Rvcon
Alabama A number r br!.. old .Vonousslwla Whi
:- large of Hi. > > kry,
bk1 fact that a lawyer in England, transported within the lime prescribed bv law, or they C Jo Shuuldeis,
"." rt' .each. od Madeira
were called for from Florida Sweet Orange Trees. > IMTXC-S 1 Louisiana, will he bane', : those indebted fo the estate, are 25 Lard
L .&jk&11g11 three years ago for forgery, has been found to kegs vintage nf tv. ', Newtmi. Jordan, X ( o." tiamrtzne
and Tetat SWEET ORANGE TREES two to male nrnmnt parment
of which earnestlY requested :
a portion are years Ji boxes: Cheese.
19 he innocent and .nt for. When convicted 1O00 ( inr. IVtt and ('bret Wine
s ,
ethad -Mexico. Others were requeatedg old, for sale at GJ each by the IQO.'bv JOHN C;. SMITH. Dried Apple Currant. Raisin. Maraseliit.". ConliaUIIIRCIiriT.
g for he bad a practice worth $15,000 a year. A M. L. RAKER. SherifTand tr .i'L'iti Administrator. D1RCHETT A. LINDENfJ UEK.
: ibree of the Wct India & T.tXliNjiii.r.z.: ,
lit!. few years ago hfe would hare been hanged. January 2 1S1. CS 6t January i jr., istS. 0 t 'm Peen'aec4, t til ;. 3ij .



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-- New Orleans Portraits Painted in Oil. By of the United
r t Type Foundry
L. & H. GREENBERG & CO. ,
t Sale. Bagging ,
.j: ; Leon County Tax Collector's ad-Roe. AND PRINTFR'S FURNISHING XVARFHOUSF Citizens of Tallahassee are advised Ihar. States.

.J. :.I Y virtue of the power vested in me by law. I 7 PIrCE l tN1 t Still contInue at their old itand, TilE fitted up his Study ill t\t iteond story
.Vo Row.
Canal ttreet
V! ill shall xpow far sale before the Court House : R"pe. For !alebvRIRrilETT& Corner of "n'e and Jfffcrton Rtrrtti, 17, .f Mat DEMILLY'S Boarding. lions f,(idjoininz the
1 the iithivv LKNDENLERGIRXovcirber undcrsiened beg l leave to announce to Pub- Bank for the of Visitors the
Union un
Y of Tallahassee, 0 Momlav. ,) reception 15Vrf
in the city : HPRElhey openinztheir FALL AND TilE ATN
: "IT7: are now
4ior.
-.. f described' I'r \ 2", 1 17 1'' and Printers, that they have establisheda dusined'ery respectfully tenders hu services as
t W \V
; < : of Mtrrh. .lhl \owin: pr'l supple of ,
t. .nrm'lchlherrln"lnpllh Ileand"nln- WITrn. FIrCn. P t.ISH, complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in this Portrait Painter to them ; and pledge himself to
I \
I J,. Taxes thereon for the \ear 1M7 : Spices, Pickles, &..C.TTNDPRWOOD'S GFr :blk SR, <.; MFRJ.DRFS, with every citv The Rook Letter of this Foundry cut to paint as faithful and accurate Likenesses as any in

J .lands purporting toe to belong to A. F. Djal and the pickled Gerkms Maniroe On- description ol colored rl.and fancv bilk.Parisian Plaid( order by workmen of long experience(: and, a* noexpense I this count ry. Ladies and Gentlemen are solicited to
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5IL; .h ; Union Hank of Florid* : Ij i"n and mixed pickled Lobster, XX'al- Striped and Printed Cashmeres. PUin and Colored was spared to obtain the handsomest faces call at hu >tudy" ,where he may be found betweenthe

t ':f.. Lot N. 2. Sec :.!. T 2!, R I. :and W, not and Tomato JjddN., Cal r!. Oli"t Oil, Mustard French MerinoPlainStriped aid Silk wove Alpae- and to perfect it in every respect we will venture to. hours of sA. M and 4P.:MRUSSFLL..
I2w .. say it will be found a* handsome, if not the handsormst Artist.
C I..SEI. :3i. T ..nl. I"\ Pepxr: and Pepper SI; X'me ar. fresh ca. &.c

t .::1 I : XV .j..N XV !. Sec. 5.1 1. U 1. :an IV. en.berries and Currants in bottle, IresS;Salmon, A great' variety of French, English and American handsome in the assortment nitid Stales of Flowers We and have Job also Letter a very of CO- Gilt frames furnished, if required.REFERENCES' .

i::11 acres Mid aid Halibut in cani-teri', Curry Powder and'
zi rvntaiiiitig C and Ginghams
J liO. ; would of law I, JAMES K. POLK IW-
call
and the latest style, to which we (the attention pursuance
Troth Currant :
.t. LvtIasurtkJrtiIlgtAb1flitOJames Gaent5r, randy Cherries, rrt'ned GItr. XV" ii-d Phids" of and qnaltlie I *
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dif.relttJ11 of Printer before ewhere. AH I dent of the United States of America, do hereby
I., Ih.I Union Hank fit fl"rit: ; Jllv, Macarnni, Wrmicitli. lv'i!sia .nd American ha"I. of every di ( and quality article manulacluird purchasing shall l be of material OBEJ B LOOMIS. Artist New York ; G. XVLADD declare and make known that public land sales kill

i N .. rt- I7.T3.HI.rI"dg. Nintclan Irish Moss, dried Currants, Prunes Swiss, Ja':ont.t, Cambric Tarleton and Cross Ear bv us manufactured a the Artist S. C. ; JOHV Mirn, Artist t. New Orleans be held at the undermentioned Land Office in
if to
not the
a. 1.: i: I. S U J, <*' 17. aid r.I. and Citrons. Mu! .lm* ; eipial, superior. any Yoik.ft ; ('. CCRTIP Artist Ky. ; JA!. C. WILM, STATE OF FLORIDA the
and shall ell at New at periods hereinafter
North Type
), I t n i. N I I.: 4.Sec 17. T 3. R 1. N and 1\ Niitmes. Mace, Ginjier, All.pice. Cinnamon. Silk. bread and Linen Bobin, and a new style (flu"1in ; as we price Artist, Philadelphia. IRA SANnem, Artist, Ohio. mentioned, to wit
meet with urazrnipnt. :
trust to
m i.k : i.* S \t.t 17. T '!. R :. V and r.j Clovri, \.unila ]Bi-ans, Sae. Summer Savory andseet ) edinp. *XXV we now preraredtnmanmufaeiure BRASS RULF December 11S47. 23 If At the Land Office at ST. AUGUSTINE, commencine .
N F T 2. R i, V Ind Orange Flower, H"e Pech wa- Ladies are
Govesfor
j j XX'4. 4, S.1. Marjoram & Kid Cahmtrp, Silk and XXoollen !
the seventh
17.T.R2Nan(1l. Peach Xanilla.Forsdebv and T\PR: of any maitnitiide,with promptne XXe on Monday day of Februarynext
Lemon Dissolution of
: vt ,
j N LI.'W| 4. t"i extract Host and Gentlemen Co-partnership.
N and E.XX would also particuhilj call the: attention of Printers for the disposal of the pnblic lands within the
2. .UU
-r S S J.sVc IT.T2.i LEXXIS & : Silk, XX.Millen and Cotton Ftockmss for Ho ;
\ heretofore existing sunder the
FJ. partnership undermentioned and of
LEXDS Living .entire set olnioti'd townships parts
townships
to an new
:. I '. 5 i I': 4, Sec 17.T'. I 2. N anSI, F. 1dlml'r.; IS47.. 20 Linen Cambric Hdkf. plain and H. Sotr mifl; Hit enabled TlIF. and style of ARNETT X MANNING has
,'x S-c ". T '.. I K N and I!. by which we Ire ( to furnish a per- V17 :
I XV S 4, 1. Collars
N 4. Handsome Silk Cravats, French Necdlewoik his t1.1by mutual; consent been dissolved Allpersonsindehfid South the late line aid East the
T .'. R 2. .N and E, feet article Wf' Ire also .X gents for the sale of the of of pnntipamnidinn
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I. S W J. :, N Fine Perfumes and
: .
Cape api"r. X\9hin2lon anti I Smith PRESSES which htosrether to said firm, are respectfully! requested .

,: ; .. tuntamm.rss.Uacr.'*l. Mon I David R.ibin on and Troin the cf Lubin, ParK ;fIt!lor Dresses; do. Green with I Chas, Case!, Corposmj Suck*,!'iir- to make immediate payment of the ame. Fra'tionallcoyr.llIi twenty, of range thirty-one.
; Ln 1 ; I Kannfaftory and Satin colored
( of Hat
i I 1.llr.rlin. Splendid assortment Cap article J F AR ETT. Town sections
1'Wida wGeJLJi riilnre. Ink. and every other reqiurrd\ the hips finy.i (except six. seven,
the I Jockey Club, F< -
TTEIVlIA. I'elilrope Ribbon
t V and XV ; Printing hn-ine-.s, will be kept on hand and furnishe JOHN MXNNING.November eighteen, nirctren, thirty and thirty one,) at d City-
Wr xVo I.T .Rt 1. ,
i. Micmonetle,
t
: W.Ne.Sc2T1.RINad'= %*. ranium, Mlelllu; Patchoulv, :l'10IiI41. 1 u"can and Straw n.n""I; l at inariiticturrr's j'ri'*. 23. IS:17. [Dec 25: ] 21 seven, and sections one, two, three, four, five, sn,
: .j Amhio-tia 5* of Arlua.lr.] de U Damask Table Cover
< rinr* .H.ilt. and ;
LilPn nine
to eight, ten. eleven fifteen
Editors and Punter i I hmc "tabli ha Newpaper seven pe"enlp..n.
; Ii rwitaiflinz. i'i acres Jlittoxaivdt llantine.: Vanillaiolets, J>rgimot( Xenain, lovle<. Towels:, 1 liaersRich Xf I'r Job Printmz Otfce will be furnished withan Cabinet Making, &c., eichtc-en nineteen,., t\ventvtwenty-one, ant twrtty- I
to
to Hampton
L.nh belong M.irrnesin and t' Nett Children's Wool Coats an.1 Cap:
: pnrporlin.1 !: HtUflttf O.PARTNERSIIIP.-The undericnrd have "*- in .eizht of
two township fifly
for he the thirty-eight.
estimate d tail I ime.bv stating size
I : lies'. I.. I I. X Tr".1| C.. : AI"o. Gldins Ashlsntl and Preston! A large assorhnrnt ..f blown Sitoetinics i Shirtini;*, in ( C range
& date
a. ; ll'r'nme. cociated themselves together,arid from this action
the sPite l and Townshipsfilty-nve.ntlv-except(
the of one,)
of ir particular : quantity
'I :):: : E 4. N" XV J, \I, N \J.SeelUTI.RI.NJlF : Extract of Fra cr5. Shirlinzs anJ Hom.. : piper
& Mrtir" Striped jnitHRroidclcth
,. : XV :P..T 1, R 2, N and E.K \\..rk to !t. executedffj the two shop will be united and the business conducted and fiflv-se-ven, (except sections twenty-five,twenty-
S 4. c French and
.4.. E 4. 5. r. $, The true r *mia Cologne-al.o the *. Cjs im 'r", Kt'r" -vs. I.i"..\.e. stripedand I.YCH'IGEIUIOETS..
: }, \ i: 4, &. S XV 4. E :!I'r 1, 2. N &1, and I Florida Rum : Red ind Whitel'lanncl.Tickinura.rolorcd The proprietor of newspapers who will publish by They are six,!tl"cntY-8t'ven.hnntY.f'gh t, t"enty.nitic,thirty,
.' .: : .s' I American Lavender \ol'rl, Ray Plud S ?Iil'I. JeanTx\ere'*. month, and send prepared lo do all description of work in their line, thirty-onethirlv.twotbirtytrirrethirtyfourIhi'rtyfiveand .
aulverti.iirnerit
, '2 t', i: : XX !. VI I, 2.K :? :&. E, and Atliu de! la Heine,fine i Pomades.Ilair.oils Cambric wi'h hre this six a paper
C"mtl
to ('Iii ort.e weeklv willbcpiil fir the advertise- fidelity despatch, on a* thirty-six,) range thirty.nine
;: t.ntanjfltOUttI. and llair- l\e". iiaviiij! and T.ilettine Sap| assortment "t! Irmrrnn' Fanrv Gocnls, Pertu- for each or approved acceptances as workmen in sections one, two, three, four five six
Lewi Conner and mont bv "lIrl"hlsin times Ihe amount ol adver- any twelve
I .. La".!* mrpo-tm to belong to and) Conib-t I l' be f..rthe I lead. ', which will be .lel] -ix
: : I : : coarse ru" r..n. ( itllerv, &- :1.r : li in bill the country The continued patronage of the public thirteen twenty-four, and fwmiy.fite, in township
I .. h..: L I I. .VTru.tOiF. I Nail and FIe-.h. A superior article of Cold Cream, l Illv'for c.'h i 11'f1 store in this place, also! .jt ; in lpe i is most respectfully solicitedF fiflv-five, and fractional township filtv-six
GRPPCO
N JE (except
R ;
S K sVc 25. T n. 2. ,
and 4,
;. N K: 1. sale LEVIS .
vra: in For by their store in MonticilloVloUr
I .. NV..NE4.Sc "(,, T '{. R2.Nan'll. I pots .&AIE. Jim-2".IM7. 40 "n 17 Canal St. Row, J. LYNCH sections two, three, four fi\'t. and six,) tm"Biscajnc -
December 4, 1"47. :2'l ( 1:1. l t"i7. I l'DS.
f.FRXRD VINGFRHO
? _ _ ( Iay.n of '
-- --- -- -- range Jorty
I R 1 t \ and F. .
: t J: t. S I:4. Sec 's.T 3. -- -- -- -- --
; DiSEMKRY IOKDIU. Boot and Shoe Making: Tallahassee, November 0, Ib47 U> Fractiunallonship fifty.flveen Biscay Bay"
1 Wi. XX i. :1'', T 3, R3, NandP I WOOBRn"
! t : S ni HARRFLS EATING APPLES, of (
range fortv-one
"i2u L-. B C (; purchased the
acres Eun'r.ign.d.havin/C
. rent n r1iil
jin
/: *. W. 55.ti tado.. !In-h b Potatoes, I \ Received by the latest Arrivals, At the Land Office at NEXX'NANSVILLE. ccm-
XX
.. r.anJo purposing to btloig to the estate BUT ONE Or TiE BFKT RVMFPIE!Vm PI!COVII>.- St en:ire stock and materialof LVIE
'' 10 di l Onion mencln on Monday, the tnenl -fir!t day of F'ebru-
.' L\RGEassortmcnt of HEADY MADE CLOTHING !
lOft BOWFL nmvsf.rviFNT* .H..HHLD. who it about leaving the Stale,
I. Jut : Just received and fur ale cheap for o h bv A next, for the the lands
dcptsal within
:: P. 4, SVc :'-, T 2.. R t>. N a.l1, A. E HOC. DR XXOODKLrPS DY:!I.NTKRY: CORDIAL, rcspectlullv informs 1 his frierd and the SIIOKS, ROOTS; also, a general assortment !I ary public
47 1M the undermentioned and of
;. .'. NVLSV 4. s.c T. T Nand E, Uecemb.r4l. Diarrlura, IHsonfrv, t holrra M< ibii! public hat he H at present at the old stand, where of GROCERIES viz townships ran town-

' :. }: i..Nwsc2.TIR2NaItF. Cholera Inl.nlul, and bu.nuur Cemplamt of( Chil he i* prepared to execnte all work in his line wilbpiomntnissaii L. & 11. GREENBERG S CO ship South, of:the bate line and East the

'I" .: :_ XV "J. N E 4. SVc .!. T 1. R 2, N and K, I Notice. drenFiom. 'ldsj 1iatct,. He hal on hand Ihe finest October.rO. 1547. lu ridiQn. of principal

t it"1; rontaiin3str.'a.: week after date, I 5"a1 applv to the lion IT IT: Jiliml. latr L' S. Minuter to StlJJU of calf skins, and all soil I of material, and will --- -------- ---

f, p.. L'nc inirporlini to belong la Wilam Hall and SIX e ol I'rubite in tie County of Jf f- // I. iT ke- shut notice, and in I the hot manner GEN11 Goods for Gentlemens' Wear. nineteen Townships twenty-one and twenty-two, cf range

t t *" the S. L. I X TnM O. : f.-rson. tur, letters ol Adminis:laticn on the estate ol' Di H'lln-.l.' hear Su :-.A f.'*. dav .I-Mr: :N'> LOOTS: :ANt ShOES 01 everv d!cnpt BLUE, Plackan:1 R'ue mad k Proidclolli Fancy Townships twfntvrne, (except section,
.
, .' ::4:: 1VS'W1.S3T2.R2.Na11dfl.ti George S 1iis. late (.1 !.ai.1 (ouilv eceatedfllXPJPS since I n-cnvc.1 1 the ( which 'OllYre ,;.;.| t linn. Roots? f;H,ted, soied.and otherwise repaired in irt-r*. Sittmet, kVrtnckj JC'IlIe. Rich Satin twelve, thirteen fourteen, twenty-three ere,

I l:1 l- Socti.n 4. T 2, R 2. N and P.i L 1 iO\EI.. enough to send 1 m.' I llavinjf u.hlthe arlit Ic, I e'o: good l\le and, at reasonable: chart'e. lie will war- Vestmas, Silk Velvet Vesting, Rich Satin *i\-\ and aid Iwe:1.I"o., twenty
-
four twenty-five,) of
.. ... : ;. .N E I,Sec -I. T 2, R '2., N and r. JetTerson County, Decembt-r 11, I .. not hesitate to prnnoniiee('{it a mOt valua'..! > If.ti- nut hiw<.rk to be 'flll.lllo any tine 1 in the place veredestins*, Rich 1-ancv Colored Satin Cravats, a twenty. range

t! : W i, s K 4. Sec 1. T 2. R 2, Nand 1. cine. Indeed, lor stiel b al! t'lin'lc of the h'I'di as and, to give as good satisfaction as to fitting as any general ass'iitmenf of ntlemen's Ho<.fsjnd Shoe, Townships and twnnty-thrce.of

:,i:.;' \!. :E 4. S* :', T 2, R 2, J, and :, Lard and Butter \e xomelime* sulVr with in the South, I knuu nothing other woikrran: Hit and Cap ; also, a large; stock ef ready made tnentj-two rang

t :'.: .' containing '>nQ acre at ail epal to itM I' JOHN LEECh: clolhing.just received and for sale bvs twenty-one and

.4 .\. A. F"mn.! Sheriff JUST recened per schr Oregon, and for sale low : i.\ lrunl (".1.l StViorn J'I', would have pi. t of 'f.y".1'17. 42 If' j.'. EURXCY. Townships. twenty-two twenty-threeof raujatwentytwo.

t i ant er o'/i-wfrax/ .Leon Co.NiireTii'wr A. E HOC. it ; the reoatutIcr I hie laid o>ide for u>e !hen I September 2", ''-17. 10 TALL
Land Office at AHAS'IEcemmm.cms _
At the
4 : :. '.!7, |s7.. l'i 3m December-J, 1-17 21 mavneedit. J !: '. NEW GOODS.9hlF. ---- .--- -
.' __ _. _. -- -- -- ._- I"lI"\' IV. IIILLIARI). Rifles and Shot-Guns. : on Monday the seventh day .f t thruarv next
\t. I 1 of the lands llie :
&c. f' r the di"pOl.1 public within und
: Bacon, Flour, Wood Cutters. % MibsTilwr* would call the attention of the .
; I <;ualitie,". si/f* ar.d 1 pril'f- just re- imentionedtoxynship.and parts flf townships,viz
:. '." JUT reccued i per schvoner Eiicu. from New Or i I a miintxr of strong and healthy men From Renjanin fiarJntr A''ior of the SouthtinMutt ..L_ pnMic to the choice and 1 extensive assortment ASSORTED 1 for ale by S. .. BLRNfSeptember \ ScuM of the bate line and It'ttt of the principal:
1T.\XTJD. ", ]:nfaula.1la. and II
XV'akulla:
; .t". "*. I \ a lioj'pers. Liberal wages to good h'I GDOIJs now receiving per flriipu 2i, 1M7 hItCaps. tnr7r.lan.
I' ;i I CaJ* Ricon Ham, I men. rl'l 1' toiI5RniETT,c \\OTIIFR IHP SXVPD BY TIlE( CO..DIAL: I:me line. Their stock has b.t'11 selected with care, --'- --- Fractional township two, northeast cf Fsrbvs

t. I cIejriI-1 ., y> &LIXDFN'P.FRGER.: : : .IftiT rAy-ifi'tn'i" 81i ulfmltil; to brrnjttIr from the mo.t fis'.ionabl stablishrni'iitj' In New I grant bf rargeoneFractional .

. J :a 1 shonl,l'rs. November f, 1 IM7 16 tf I 7F'tnJruff-Jrar Sir:-1 I take great I YClrk ; and having b:'en purcln . .. P.S1 Illi.i',i* Hotir.: t pleasure thev are. rnabUd (li> lurni>h their customers at prices Jtr..c..i1'f'd :
.
;! of two
fir ( ertlneT arid
: --- in testihing to the efLcacv <.f your Ih C or- Ca4s, Buss, new grant range
." :hAil lJ*. choice .'Fannlv nour, Furniture. dial from testing i its: \'irlm'* in I cwn'fainilMr!dller I propottK'niti !Iv. l ow. TheIr st.\lea, vvhich will be soul! vera !I.'f. i fractional sections three, four, nine, ten, foor-

1 n.1: 1l:0.2 Mackerel, (; liter lad -njnur ino-t} ,inl..ntlv.atad."c R2AD7 I9AD: CLOT133J3Qis ) ] L. 5 II. GRfcENLFLG: X CO. teen and fifteen, in a former Indian reserve.and sections
1 For iV J low by received from New York Wot
1 '
;. V".em''r 27. IM7.. ;It.' .ALI'RFD F. HOC. Jl'ST h."d'oml!daioanv! Sjfa, with that elisii-i'i',1 t alter all "1"tll mirfI,11 'If the best -f maleri 1.. antI b:ine manlier' October: IS17 1 I ttvcntv-ill eren, twenty-eight thirty-two, andthirty.three
-- -- --- -- township one township two,
: hind h 'inlnlT'iel!' its to ; west
S ----- 1 IJivm nit t'y ( in "Ifrt. remove tht di"fa.l (( directly! under the eve ef Mr. Stillman, all

:I'c. : Notice. pr \DEMJLRGLR' !: I or afford relief and :;n>r.) rnsim bear lo be (kIt bvin fear of */!,tp.mil* is tht'l t'1,; prieluded, and |'er! 'n* Fall and Winter Goods. !|lof Fort zrant, and township three, west fir th

of theE I JRCIEI& \"-If tint !ie wruid, lot Mlni\f much 11ont. ni'or I piircha-ii!: mirelv uj>on petting an article will from Apalaclucola river, of range njtht
-'lx r..nlhs after dAte the Admini-lntor November 2 1. 1'ji TLTT mnI\'ED: New York, bv Brig Henrv Fractional townships three(except the southwest
the mteiijjonv hitch tht' was latn rin .\' the articles comprising th.irI' J
i .J e.t"Il? ut II. llumphrie*. .!ecej>e ti .itv, wilt present hn litnl account and \'ouchert F.lLL.iVD l\'L\\ lEn STOCK SFAI'LE FANCY "
AND DRY GOODS
: : .; "u and I BULL PRATORIUS had taken ole liottle if it, relief vas o!'tamed I' four west of Chippola Lake, (except fractional -

; ,.the Hun iolze' of Irohale ol 1..t County & and alter.taki:ic tv>o v\a en'irrh: I feel sure may be found the fll1r win!; = Groceries, Hardware, XXooi'! and Willow Ware, sectional! sections, six, seven and thirty-one,)

I .; j'ra\ i.>r :di-tciurie. ui.ladr.litalion.I i .\\t the corner store under thr Sentinel Office and i tint I am indtt.ttd tit il\ fur clre1. can use :I Ilk! 1 rench U >ti.! 1 rek and Dress Coal, Black, hope and Paeijine, I Nails and Iron, of range nine

:3, _._Nw.n'li'r- 27, '-i. rm i opposite the rhonix? BjIiinsARE ; this a* voti may see |proper. Brown aid 111\is. Green Cantor Beaver Sacks, Saxi.Gothia Boots and bluxs. Sugar Boiler! i.c A.C. Fractional sections tweiifv-lwo, I ent..tbrte and

( LE\VIS& NOW OPENING a choice and well selected LufauIa.Julv 1 1.I'N.\ \ RHN'J GARDVER.Worms Mixt t Fwee-ds, antI fancy col'd. Cassimer dir For sale b\' twentv-four, on the main land, in township two of '
1IS I
I Pellets aid Blanket Overcoats &c., heavy Pilot Iwenly-'ix.
I of CLOTHS. XSMMFRS: LST- Sept. 1S1M7 'J LLOYD S ILAGG ranze
DK\LMt I> I \ and Beaver Cloth O\'t'rrlJat., and Cloaks( of line Rlk : Fractional sections thirtv-one. thirty-twolhirly. !
... (INGSandRFADY-MADECLOnilNG. Ihoprcatcare WormxVormx! .
:: IlUS ?JF.mciNE.s, PAiNTS OIL I I and Blue: CU tin, Pant:iloons et mark French Ca*- Notice. three and thirtv.six, on (the main land, in township
ndtas'e bestowed in the select! ion of these goodsI
: R. \VOOlRUF1"S WORM srrcl"c u a safe snnir, 151k Rubbed do., fancy Plaid Check i. Striped ; one,and fractional sections eight, nine, twelve,uy.I .
T itt Arlirlrn, rcrfnairry, ic., Window Class, i I warrant them in savin; to all who "i.i! to purchase D and emcieiit f'mhJ lor % ( !. it. At IU. alan Tweed Sat met t and Jeans do. A.C: VESTS ALL persons indebted to the estate of Thomas J. I enteen,twenty.fOil-,eaty-fiyetwenly-siitwenty-I

:;t. I'AINTERb' BRUSH AM> C01nRI.lpoUwnie. good bargain, YOS will do w(1 to rail and) examine. good as the best as cheap as the cheapest.CHITII1CATES of Black and ra"cv Satins, Striped and Plaid( Silks, am, decea-ed are hereby notified to make I seven and twenty.nineon the main land in l township
I ur >tock It would be a ( tax on time and patience immediate ard all those demands
Class Wiiir A.r. pat Xelvrts, Plaid Cashmeres and Valencias, Plaid Silk payment ; having twoot range twenty-seven
SS to enumerate the sfvlt aid patterns I certify that I cave Dr XVoodrnff's Specific In a Mazurkas, &,c. &.c. will present their account,properly attested, to the }'ractionsltownshuip threeonlhe main land (etept \-

S* THI abo\ or.ititly: on hand,and for sale at the 1 compoiirc this a< or:nirnt : suffice it lo say that a child of mine, and in a short I lime it brought awaY 2'tO They hone also an extensive assortment of Cloths undersigned, who is duly authorized to settle the sections one,three,!:rseven,sixteen and twen
i est market ices. :I 1.lllu''e f cloths and cassiuicr. are ot 'Urit-
$ j 11 portion \'ormc. JOSFPI bHIITLYJIuscogee Cassimers and \e-stin unmanafactured J, consisting same JAMES T. ARCHER, ty-seven.) of range thirty-one

.i I :jill. ICon"ttMl I.lislroand theclothimrdndteverv County, Georgia, >. in put of: Superior I rench Black and Wool The Agent for Margaret Butler. Administratrix South of the bate line and End cf the principal
XXV hive received H\late arrival large additional I article of their Mock is of a style! and Duality Oct&berIU,1'ull. 11 Cm
Cloths. do En1.li..tt do. do. do., English: Blue and mendicn.
S ; r n!>pliesof Irjfahnne and C/enieala,\Hch, I i that will please the mot fastidious T elo certify that I idmmMercdto a member nv Invisible Green, Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and Fractional townships eight i and wine, west of 11e

tS or-ther with .t of the popular patent remedies, Fhewould mention that these CLOTHS are of Ir XX oodmfC''e Worm and it bron biawav ; of tcurteen.
I family Castor do., French Mack Cassimer, do. Ribbed dodo Deaf and Dumb AsylumOF Suwannee river, range
render.oar a.-sortment: the largest and most varied in the finest texture, the be-.t Enjli,h vvooldve, I Frond, rt and in another it cured the base line and East
\1th the
i S t i worms : case out oj ., Fancy Plaid and Striped\ do of the latest and KENTUCKY of ef principal
iht Sta'c wool dye Id aek,do.Ca'simerLondon wool tlve N *
i ff Tni n'orm. meridian
J : ely mero women or Tape most fashionable ""IeTXrI\G- tI f Ulack and
J ,." We ha c"nowm store! a' lot of QtIIXE. trarrjited do. Cas*., French and G.rmO black cloths! >do Ca:s., XXIntesvilli.Ga. JSlt. JOHN J. LITTLE. Pancv Plaid Satins, do. do Silk, Silk and XX'oolIenXeltts '4J -lIE subscriber. toe resident agent of the said Sections twelve, thirteen fourteentwenty, twen

j l"rf.lfd of rfr..u/lrrio Ttalit' French fancy Casim'rl.VESTIGS Cashmeres and 'aenci'e"tinCI! of Rich IlIstal1Jlion,oft"1 fersile.i/i tract, and upon ty-one t went v-t wo, \unty-three.lwenly.rv r.twentyfive
Jjst larije assortment of fine black Satin. fine plaid Sum tu-riu' I" .mil purchasers about Poor Thousand Acres
ft. recll\'f I ( that I pave Dr. XVoo a Silk, XVoollenehif, Ca-hmeretl and rlif' of LAND situated in the county of Jackon, in the .
FRKSII! 1011anet. negro >vlio vain bad health. It brought avvav ASSORTMENT OF tvventv-nine, thrlv thirtv-two, Ih.rtv-thrte, thirty.our
,>1. '. from the celebrated GAIUEX.SEEDS.. &, Co. Cerro r !'o and C..ruhu.C.. Monterey (ht1, immediately 5 XVciins. The boy soon recovered ALSO AN ; SItte1 Florida. .Also the Right to Locate, to a ( thirty-five and thirty-six in township one, ot
;u.ens RKADYM ineblk. < I Hats and Caps and RIeach'd Cotton limited
\U, small choice I'RVNDf ANt) tAIr CJOTIIG.-Snprior his health: THOMAS BO YD. (Monterev/Rro extent range five.
.: : c ) in\i<. ( 1! French dress vvtKldei ) Linen and Cotton Shirts, Undershirts, The above land were elected at an early date,by
frok
; Ga. 1517.CJ and sections
; 1' WINES, ar.dp lot of CIGARS( of extra qtiahlv Allf Con'da County, January, Township o:e, twenty-five twenty-
i do do, French Ca! imer Sock Coats, Iockin do., Hlk Hal Silk Cravats, SJks, and Merino do an experienced judge,and are believed to be amongstthe i hl. .
which we r for site at the lowest ca h ;prices I six,twenty-seven, twenly- ; thirty ',thirty-
: "J, uf : black and fancy cloth SacV, mixed de. kin Fancy Satin do S jUimbs Wool l and Angola finest m the county.
opera Tal.
LEWIS i A IES..i | For sale bv Lewis i. Ames Sole Agents lour, thirt)-fiv e and thirty-six,acd tow uship two cf
4. coat, black bcavercloth sack and over-coats, black Rich Fancr Sitm and S Undershirts, C. II DUPONT,
Taflahsee. 1'*7. ISA I lnssee; also bv the lo'lowir: : R Man- ranee six..Vorlls .
S "v"m"r ( Cloaks 1'untaloontolfine black Cassimer,medium :persons Plain do Scarfs Grown Cotton and Cotton- Jlent of D 4- D. .'. of .
> h'yQuincv
I nn.:, Leon Coiniv ; James 1 IL! 1 Beard, P M Miecoookie of the base line and Writ of the principal
.tI LL persons, creditoi., legatees, eitiillfd lo 01t ,- : do., a great variety of fancy Ca-'imer pants of the Leon County ; S }'. I lIrn"\'. Miccewookie ; Jenny' Lind Hhk 'de Drawers, June 12.'t .a7.17 ly mtr lian.

t I j I. Jtnbjtion orjolherwise; interested in the elate '! latest sl tvle( JV f, of .\trv description MilifarvPrimming Sitnnol leton. Diuzzist.; M'.it ticello! James I lime I i PIk bile and Col'd Kid.Gum Ha-lic Suspenders, Fractional township one,north of" Forbes'Grant"

1; John South, Ute of Leon Count, dela.f. are I hosiery, Shirt, Gloves, CUU!*. li- Quincy Josliui I a\'i.'.ol GalMlen County D. l Ia-: I Glovis, : Mtrin) and Cotton llalt- M. D. PAY, of range six.Fractional.

;' !.\ f t luntbv notilK-tl to exhibit their dawns adju.lli stocks, SUP"ntre. and almost tbngcoiiiiected XVm. Po Mer- $ J((11-. i onenorth of"Forbes'Grant "
ever ker, P M., hUtalioGchie, and \tr<, CE rn lli.W township ,
S ; f: \Mtlin tAO 'earl from this date (o the undersigned, I with a gentleman'scntfit. cl> itit, Maninnaiuut : Pufonl leather Shoe, Umbrella Money Belts, 9 of raiiije seven.
I .rlhe will IK barred and all ons indebted R. i. P are prepared to execute all orders accord- TILL Practice in all the Courts in the Middle
? '. .ame per> It, IM7 4 S'lou'der'! 1:races. ic &r. Sections one, two, eleven twelve thirteen, four
'-_ .: In aid estate requested( to make immtiatt pavmcnt. I ins to the latest and m<.!t approved "t It. CLARK i. STILLMANOf 'f Circuit Office on the first floor of the Cap- teenfifteen, twenty-two, twenfy-three.twenty-fonr,

S : .\ "rnl. N. R Bv thi next arrivals we expect to receive Notice. e,!born, 1M7 14 itol, Sooth wing. room formerly occupied by the twenty-five,twenty-six,twentveven,and the southeast
.. 13. 1,-17 17If Administrator. THE REMAINDER. -- -- -- Secretary of the Tt rritorv..
fraction of section in the
former
: Xo\'Mtr month* aff rdate, theactinz Executor of the twenty-eight
October lo 13 SIX Bagging Rope and Twine November; 11 1 54 3. 17
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1M7
Indian Reserve the (fra'liu tf IbirtI ,
4i Wakulla Tax Collector's will au.1 1 testament e f .Xrthur I'urney, S'n east section -

County deceased, v\ill make application to the lion Jude T I.T receded per Schr Southerne from New Orleans JOIIN EIShINL' I three in the dame, and sections thirty-four, thiityfiveand -

l. SALE. Leon Circuit of Probate of L<.nn County 'fur letters of dismissionas.Executor ., I GtO II. MEGINNISSOrt.Urld thirt-sixm township oresectionstwelse,

S y'irtu the authority ,'estt in me bv law: Cou.J of said estate ( I 1"17. l'i Ct ATTORNEY AT LAW thirteen, twentv.three, twenty-foor, twenty-five,

: : I lave n. day (levied upon! \i expose to :ClA CERY. Julv 17, 1S17 :52 fmNotice. ---- Qulucy Florida twcntv-six, thirty-five and thirf -,ix, inlewnship

,.; ;'t. pjohciale: in front ot tIC Court the coun- Ci tddorf Bill fur settlement of Ettate '". 8. DSAttorney n L'JrrN J, WILL attend Ihe Ju-ticeV Courts of Gidsden} two and sections one, two, nine, teneleven and

trol XXaVulla, State Ilf Florida, James I E Uroome and others, for themselves and at Law, ;tv, the Circuit Court of Middle Honda, twelve, in tovviiship three, of rarpeei'Lt

:.. other creditors of A. M. Complainants, SIX month arlor! date the .Xdmm.trator of the Montirrllo Jefferson Florida and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia Sections thirlv-five and tLirty-sis, in township

; i. '. OnIMjrs.onl.f in .May next. tiTurbuttR Gatin.. hle of XVilharn R. Kilpitnek, d.-cexseel will County, November, IM;. 1* tf sic, of range twelve

,5 '. \ following pieces or Belon.Sarh A. Retton.hu Wife, Executrix : present his accounts and tou hers to Honorable WILL attend the Circuit tirlof the Middle ((>- Sentinel ((py. Fractional township three, west of Choctaw.

:: narcf. N of La-nl. \17: of G.tli". and other. Drfnulnnlt Judzeof Pruhale (f JifTerson Cunntv. and ask to be rruil. and ol tl.a County ot Columbia of the hatcbv river"of range sixteen.

S' 1.llumb.r. coitaimnz 474- aCt!, and known j I IIiKHX 11**:I ;an u order made bv-Ins i -Honor I. discharged a* Administrator ef aid c.laleJulv Eastern Circuit,MnridiMonticello U. S. MAIL Sectiois twenty.tnjr, twenty-five twenty-six.thirtyfive .

, ::' I. Survey acc"nlil" to Ihe original !ur-I' 1 V-n- THOMAS UOCCLAS, Judge, on the lt December 17, 1 10,4i,-.-- r,2 ----- --hm August llfi.' % and thirty-sixin township thiee.of tang

\e\ made bv Asa Halfdd. Survt"or.1.. the above entitled .;; ;:= 1 seventeen
Is cause,the under. DR. J. REESE'SLIVER
Ilu'm'.tr :1J. 4I.I I. H. 51 I l. ;. ,3./O, 1'i. G!. 1'.1 other Law Notice. r- Township three, of range thirty.
.i: was appointed, things, to take .
0?. t.>. rj, 70, 71. 7". so-S| 2.. .:t. i, 7. 8, 14Containinz I I: signed an account of what is aUQrQ to Complainants their & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. -- 1 .- "- Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools,

.f 1 each :HJ aCf' and known and des4 claims and to all othrr creditor of said A. fo M. Cat- ROCKEXnHOUGIJLXWELL.. 4t i7 military or other purposes, will be excluded frees
rnSilbv said numbers according to the original t>urtv of l feeble constitution unJ those ol se the sale
4 liii. with interest thereon ; and it was ordered fur- PERSOS -
+" \ rnal'bvsa Surreyor. : habits are often troubled with habitual The offering of the lands will be commenced on
.. lirf.1 I| tlier, That the Maid Master d"t cau"p an advcrtne- ',dvenesi, 1I1'h cftt'n1 its atr untavurabltiiifliieiiCL T M II. hROCKFNbROlGH; will return to Florid FROM QtlNCV TO ITTAHOOCIItn,
All the above lots ol Land situated II j I \t, ; the das appointed, and proceed in the same order in
ment to be published in the a I attend all the Court of the
'!|I Fondlal. n.npa-I ; lu.tllh.'I ,ch : in time to
j! anet heituz in the cnllt ot I Wakulla,fn the lIf'l1l1lhtir) general Mparticularlv l'TlLLbecarried in TWO HORSE COACHES, which they are advertised, with all convenient ta-
5; :: tid: of ttie XVakulla Riv a portion of what per published! d weekly in T"Ua'la"ole, ;1 such iiutnUstfd I"v urregt.1rit il not total loss of Middle Cirout, and' of Jacks and Franklin Counties ? V commencing lit Nov'r Will I leave Quincv, patch, nntil the whole shall have been c fit red, and

; I.known a ForocV Purchase, and It\'il upon asS 1 I other puuhc newspapers as he shall think 1'rope.for apjetile (In thMrunditiou of the svsicn, this tr'j in XVe-st I lorida R iM. will also attend the Tuesdays and Saturdays C o'clock, p. M, arriveat the ales this closed But no sale shall e kept
of the Alfred M
.i.. the creditor laid Gatlm to come and !Federal Court Their time will be
the of the Apulachicola Company fiche isccnfttlentlv- recommended the assurance Supreme Chattahooclue same days. 1U o'clock P. Mm longer than two week, and no private entry of
4 aid t propr.b sold to t3&i.tnr Stale and County Tax in before him and proi heir d.bll. on or before the that it the dose n 1 proieilv at'jnsted! Sl' as not to I ,Ifftitfd rrrlnner/if to the Ifgal profusion, and time to take the Mail( Boat for Apalaclucola Leave any open of the lands will be admitted until after the expiration
first day of May next; and that such of the creditors claims the United States for the attentive
!t ,
a aiii
S fur thecounlv of the sear ISPAHIJAH move the bowel too aeliveh relief ma be relied i ? ChattahoochicXX'edncsdavsand Sllnd J s.all. P. M, of the two weeks.

;; 9. HALL, Shenfl wh05h.1,not shall come be in excluded and prove the their benefit debts by of the this time decree upon without an) or even the least unpleasant consequences -. prosecution ol .which arrangements have been made arrive at Quincy same days b o'clock. P M Fare, Given under my hand at the Citv cf Washmgtco,

S and 1 rx'offmo Tax Collector akulla Co. and that such rtsjl'jn from the use of toimut-n purgative \\ashitiuton :$> (*1. T. D. WILSON, this twenty.third Jay of October, Anno Domini one
; person not parties to the bill, March 1:1: 31
October lf' lS47. IS medicinej usaallv resorted to. I l47
(
x Proprietor. thousand eight hundred and forty-set
before the
who iill! said Master
come iti to
-.4k prove I Persons subject to IIilious: Cholic may rely. m the N. B. Private conveyance can be procured at anytime Bv the President
do before .
their debts, they are admitted directors
,
Spanish Regalias. it..n'
: preventive properties of th mrdiciiie by usinx Notice.SIX JAMES K. POLK.
the
contribute to their
'i.- 0 flflfl CST reu'e per ling Lucy and the of this complainants suit, to be settled proportion by the said of the first intimatititi( .in approaching attack There month slier date, I shall present my final ac- NovembertiISV. 16 Cta RICHARD M YOUNG,
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4 S for Master expenses" And it also ordered, Ih.I" an account are some constitutions lube: to regular attar}! rf t .' and vouchers to the lion. Judge of Probate Comniutioner of the General Land Office.
L. II. GREEMJERG CO. "I Billions Fever almost every fall ; to Mich I the use of I
I & & be taken of all vecuutiej or collaterals held by the in and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for a DR. J. S. BOND
Ocfober3dsfl. IDr.J.H.Scales this medicine is eommerded, beginning to rise it NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS.
creditors rcpectivel, and a report be made of the the middle of May' or br"II tf(, June is'haqe XdminiMrator of the estate of Abram his professional services to the citizens,

"me. andol the value ech." And it was also by Those whose feeble often Grautlum, late of said count.deceascdXMLLMM. OFFERS !:' and the surrounding country. Every person entitled to the right of pre-emptwo
o digestive organs are experience *
ordtred' that .all pallt may be examined upon interroatoiiecand of fullness weuht I GORMXNMonticrllo. Office at Col Fisher's Hotel to any lands within the limits of the townships ted
nsion
a sense an
produce all and in opj sVpferrbcr I I", 1M7 9 Cm tf part of townships above enumerated, is required to
May 20 is Ii.15
i SURGKGOV DENTIST 1)1.1 papers about the stomach alit r eating will and thii Will ,
: their establish the same to the satisfaction rf the Kepitfff
custody ,
S or power relating thieretoopon oath -- --
t ,Vn.Tb4 lo i!id at In? old R.'mj at J. I... DmJ-1! bffoie. the said M.ter. as the said Matter shall( di' cute Ladies afford almost their imtne-diale confinement' tdiel olte suPer from Coffee. U. S. MAIL LINE and Receiver of the j roper Land Office, and malt
1 House dorms the fall near i
: "
nt therctor after teeing
a sean practicable
? $ ai
1 nnlll I reel pivm
heartburn and eistixeness : to uch this article ishighly JJ.\GC OT.D JAVA COFFEE,
'. ter ruli., UJlf when professionally fnael'-1 Now, therefore' all persons claiming toile creditor oar' this notice, And before the day appointed for three oimencement
recomr.endtd, as it can be used wilhait u U elo Rio e'oV .
; I hr. Ilnn jJ>t received (largesip'lyfalkitdsI I of aid A. M. G.III are herd ,", in of .w of the public sale of the lanJs embra
pursuame least danzcr arul with great benefit In sick or ner\- :) do Lasuira doJust .
I .'f material appertauun to Ins Irllion. i. now antI sid esdcr, notified to produce Ill ir claim, and thevouchers I oils headache it is invaluableThis reeeivrd and for sale by _. cing the tract claimed, otherwise such claim will
S to perform any operotion S theieof and all be forfeited.
Irtp41,. in sutq.urt| collateral.and article will be found to act a* i pie.*:int cordial Sept IS, 1"47. U LLOYD t FLAGG.
'Ih O!' thC most aJpro\IIlbn. ieeuilie thereft, before me, at inv office in Tallahassee RICHARD M YOUNG,
and tome, n "IGrin< the appetite and at the I'
October lfi. 1347. VMthin, the time Incited 1:1: said order and Commissioner ff the General Land Ojfiti'
tune fulfilling that the
same intention commonpurcatives
'.5 ---- otherwise comply with the provisions qf the ame, arc intended every to effect. It uptiiflt/ t rgelnllt DH. ('. II.SURGEON. BUNTING, From Tallahassee to Macon. November ti. 1S47. 1CL I3w _

I : Krsey Groceries, &c. that they mav; be .drilhd ,parties lo the paid unit. and when used| according toile direction, DENTIST, N. in. MAI&I'IN,
Dated this thirdday 1S47. Through forty tiro hour from Tallahassee to
ff JttmbeA.I. will be found an invaluable article, -ciallv to those -lorida
nth located
CASc. KFR"EYS.A cap permaiK in Quincv ,
I Commission and Forwarding Mtrchiat
1 and Charleston three ,
x SIMON HAVING Maron, to (day,
I Speda : afflicted with DyspepsiaDerangcmant of the Liver tenders his services to the
r-..P.I l Ihojans, a fine article, publicin
? RUHel take the .Mail
time Boats
t c December 4, 1S47. in to on lOt Povdrasstreet.NEWORLEANS ,
Pickle-, | 2 I or General Debility the various! branches of Ins profession From his

; VI"Lrwnd'-. Pieparcd by DoctorS. Reese, Gnffi 1, Pike county', experience and success in practice he feels assured .Vor/A the fourth day LA.

-. iTeparw" Cocoa, Georgia, and for sale bv appointment at of being able to please those who may patronisehim. : TIlE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, DUYING. SELLING RECEIVING, AND FOJt-

K-d : Noic H BARNARD, Jr's., Dr. B. refers the public to utrant
I Jelly,
hf-relw given to that sis and arrive in Macon, (via Quincy.inb,idRe Newton REFERS TO
Drug Store
P"p'r S>atic. IS persons inlertte Tallahassee Col W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M W. DAVIDSOJT,
: M'si4ard! v.rv superior.) nuiithsalter dateI. I hall O account DANIEL LADD Newort. Gen C. II Dupo-tr Dr. R E. LITTLE. Albany Amencus, and Perry,) on Tuesday, Jio W. ARGYLE, LATHAM k lucY,
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: ; XVInttftif .and 'o'Jlhlf 10 the lion Jud. e of Probate in and Monticello, Office opposite the M. E Church. Ladies wailed Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock. P. M, in A. BESTWICK, S. S. Si LIT.

Oil, Lantsd ViI'.r.ditto, lor the Countv ofJetTer.nnsnd apply for a discharge{eI Q lincy, on at their residence as usual time for the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on December 5, 1546. 20
l.m' the Administrator of the estate of Moods,Wednesdays, and Fridays. at 4 o'clock A
I IC Anna Brooks, HARDY BRYAN 11 IS,17. 3
1ff Y'M": llvMin Tea (very fine,) September ,
late of Mid County d M, and arriving in Tallahassee on Tuesday Thursdays -
Aeent for Thomas Georgia.
efer county, Notice.S
f;n di. ITrack ditto .
(.
eued.JAMF R. 44 and Saturday al 10 o'clock, P. M. This line
S Now. receiving per Brig Ne\vca"tle frota P'* on.GLO Jefferson County, nROOKs May 22,1847. Notice. connects with the Central Rail Road.Sannnah. Augusta IX months after date,I shall present my account*

H MEGlNMs. -S months after dale,shall present my accounts MilledgcTille and Western Rail Road to C- and vou'hers lo the Hon.Judge of Probates ef

October 30,1917. H ft Negro Kerseys. SIX voucher to the lion. Judge of Probate in Itmbus, Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line Jefferson county, and apply for letters of dismission

1 f\ CASES KER.SEYS 2 do Linseys, from Quincy to Chattahoochie and thence to Apa. as Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldbcrf.
.: Fancy Goods. l\J Just received and'for sale by anti for the County of Jefferson, and apply for a discharge -
NEW STORE. Administrator de bonn of the lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to late of Jefferson county, deceased.
non estateof
flADRlLLC P DE SOlE, mac Gro. rle Rhire, Scp 18, IS47. 0 LLOYD &FLACG. Everett White,hte of said County deceased. Columbus in three days, and but one night will be HENRY GREENBERG, Adm'r.October .

-I GEORGE II. MEGINNISSTS \ f Plain and Embroidered } m de l.aine T. EA TIY. pent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. 16, 1547. 13 mNotice.

Mid opening tt the store next door Satin IIlrite Ca.hoere.plid pan Silk Notice. Monticello July 3,1847. 50 Cm The public may rest assured that every attention will I
S
L now reein '. general assortment iams,Tarla ., persons, creditors and legatees entitled to be paid to the comfort of those who may patronize .

.: to drnf- ,GOODS K o GRO.goods Scarfs and Craril, Egyptian and Regency Lace, ALL or otherwise interested m the estate this Line. A LL person are hereby forewarned from tradiA. '<

"I.itin : o which be JARD\Vi\RE Collars.trimmed and untrimmed. of Lewis Saunders, late of Leon county deceaseds Negro Clothing. FARE: for a NOTE payable le David Redd bj ineui
S 'TRIES,.Lf.t keo wi th verynSTAR'S Linen Cam. Hdkfi. French Kid Gloves From Tallahassee to Quincy,$2 50; to Bainbridge, retase'
are hereby notified t* exhibit their claims PIECES Kerseys, 50 do. Plains, 20 do Lin hold bit paper for near the amount, and be
lewest October prices. 7. U: Gt Ladies and Misses spun Silk GIYe and demand within tw* years from thi date to the 50 ieya,5 bales Lowell Osnab1rrss,5 Virginia do., 85 ; to Albany$11.and to Macon, $'. to exchanire. The note u dee the first cf h* *'1

3f.1 Gentletneos printed L. C. ner.., article, undersigned or the same will be barred ; and all per.' 5 bales 4-4 Domestics, 5 do.7-8 Domestic, 5 do.3-4 WRIGHT & SAWYER Proprietors. next, and dattd in February l *e. I w U art\J U'

I I D Scarfs and ,,, son indebted to said estate, are requested to make do., 10 bales Negro blanket, 5 cases Negro shoes, By JOHN M. YARN, Agent. said note, unless cornPt11edbTi1wi
BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, 1., Now receiving per I3ng Ca..t and Emetine, andL4J2 immediate payment. wool hats and Just received and for isle by M-: Office at the Planter1Hotel, Tallahassee-C.E. .
caps.
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4 { J.EWIS_ M. SAUNDERS, Ezecuter. p. F. BURNEY. .BAILEY,Agent; at M.j.N.\THANSin Qgiocy.I1J1 December 1 1847. fl
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