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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: February 12, 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
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present incumbent of the chi of St. 1 t

young (friend Cora Lee, was .a gay, Peter i is one of the leading lions day. '


"theo as i if; to use a common saying, she was the popes? Pof e Sextus V was surely no or. 1

( :fin ut out ofa band.bot. Cora was a belle, ofcount BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1818. VOL. HI-NO. 30. dinaryone. His history is a strange affair.; t _
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llk!, I and had many admirers. Among In early life:; he displayed wonderful industry "j
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tkese was a young the man'pink'named of Edward neatness Doug., of No,' he replied, cafelesy.! It's a eerioui' I Forgive i me for making your house the, both very long t and who.;had lost t his teeth,, 'mon ttfttesman.- \\\'benlhf General saw and singularly talent. and circuitous reached the papal He throne by a .i !

;ot jn, who was very to dress, and exceeding.It trouble to shave every day.' scene of this I lesson to Cora,' he whi-pered.' whereby 1ti5 nose and chin were brought the gigantic proportions of Mr. L,.wis. and seItthiefavurite rul in(tbeciliu made him. : ,
pertaining
ill matters i in bra (Observance of the little 4 But you look so much better with a clean. It had to be given, and I thought I could venture .. near together, was told, 'I am afraid your nov! surveyed his own turf; he exclaimed, 'Gra. and afterwards preacher won tin- hearts, oflhe of Italy '
I particular ly shaved face.' forehearance.' and chin will before Span. I. '
to fight cious Heaven !
long.
oflife.! trespass upon your they approach a contrast (till he I became a Cardinal. Then of j .
r proprieties first that 4 Looks are nothing-ease and comfort every .. I'll think about that,' said I, in return. menacingly.: 41 am afraid of it myself rf'. ads a ,
the sudden l his i
Douglass character 4
I saw, from press ,' said and her husband plied the gentleman for A CURIOSITY.A : ""mtd changed ; and .
Cora's heart would be thing Douglass. In a few minutes: Cora a great many words for almost ,
an lhe ofa .
23d ed his suit and, so it proved. easy 4 But common decency, Edward.' retired, :and in spite of good breeding and every ., have passed between them already.' friend says the Ohio State Journal has consummate twenty deceiver jears, with. unequalled part skill. : i .

conquest fitted for each 'I see nothing indecent in a long beard,S thing else, we all had a hearty laugh over left in our keeping a number of the Hartford t .
How admirably ihey are He Jived at a retired hoa, kept few servants, '
replied the husband. the matter on my return to the parlor where A double operation.-A few days since, a Courant, dated 'Tues fay, August :3,1776.' It 1 '
remarked to husband, on tbenil'bt' was liberal in his for charities b'.
other my 'Their Still Cora argued, but in vain. Her bus-. I explained the curious little scene that had lady elegantly dressed entered one of the is a curiosity in many respects. ,but particularly expenses t ::;
of the wedding. tastes are towards himself contradicted
) band went cffto his business with his unsha., just occurred. magnificent dry goods establishments! in Ches- for the style printing and quality of the pa- parsimonious ;
and their habits AO much alike, that no and short the of
fimiltr, ven face. How Cora and her husband settled the nut street, Philadelphia, and desired to be per. The matter is as quaint as the manner ; i onf; acquired reputation i :
violence will he.! done to the feelings of being the mo l meek, the' humble! and the .
no 41 don't know whether to shave or not,'t affair between themselves, I never inquired. suited with a cashmere: !shawl an article and a a specimen, we q-iote the following, !! .
th. intimate associations il most
in more easily guided the cardinals.! f
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either,
7tb said Douglass next morning, running over hi I But one thing is certain ; I never saw her in worth looking at ; non of your fi Mledeedetra from the New York Packet : among
Of ;
Both the '
brill
which marriage are neat in 'rl.two entered he
; rough face, upon which was a heard of forty-. a slovenly dress afterwards, at home or a. or trumpery knick-ktinck! but an arti. TiE L\S WILL AND TESTAMENT OF OLD Carinals,110 ( ,
instinct and conclave Montallo
and both have ,
,person orderly' by eight hours' growth. His wife had hastily, broad. She was cured. cle up to conrsrt: pitch, and soaring to at ENGLAND. world. A l'f'tmec nearest another :: I I j
crutch
good principles. thrown on a and, with slipshod feel -- ---- least $$00. This was at last accomplished, 1. OLD supported the dfclinin ,

From all present 'appearances, the match and head like wrapper a mop, was lounging in a large' Slopping the Pap 'r.-Lord Byron in refer when the lady, giving her namp. saying: that languishing England state, thro'being voluptuousness in a very weak and and loss strength of his old age,and a distressing cough 1 1(

sill be a good one, replied my husband. roeking-chair awaiting the breakfast bell. ence to the attacks made on his poems,"Hoursof she was then staying for a Jrif'ftirne with her of do indicated that life \1'a fist consuming: away. .l
make
There was, I thought, something like reser. however blo. and ordain. this rny last Will Six parties divided the assembly, and fourteen !
For mercy's sake, Edward, don't go any' Idlers, said : There is no man, relative, the charming wife of a celebrated in the ; }

ntion in his tone. longer with that shocking dirty face,' spokeup thick headed or heartless, who would not dentist, ordered it to be brought by one of the I,do following and manner, viz : cardinals deemed themselves worthy of tho "I

Do you really think so ?l' I said, a little Cora. If knew how dreadfully! smart under the-knowledge that he' was held clerks to the :M. IFs [,rtllwil:.. In the mean. Imprmi. give and bequeath unto the tiara. On balloting Albano! tho most pow. i.

-p.-p. irons ically;for Mr.\ Smith's approval of the look !' you you up in even fifty copies of a newspaper ; thereis time, tll(' lady started duo the dentist's', and equally Bishops divided between Hasph them Peterboro'all to be erfully supprtfd.lld! but thirteen votes. Let t.

.It.J.. /rairriage was hardly warm enough to suit my Looks are nothing,' replied Edward, stroke however, no ose: but a very thin-skinned !having introduced! herself informed the enlightened 2. I give all my virtue and, sincerity my religion.to the us o.naturtd, dying old man i f
JIIICf. fool who would the phrase !I. a thought they, be easily managed : and '
his beard. as goe stop operator that she had a dear: brother wil -
ing members of the
J.y. 'Qh, certainly :Why not ?' he replied.I all! his worthy minority in the Houseof four or six united for I.
Why, what's come over you all at once !' paper because it did not chime in with who: was a martyr to to} toothache-that Commons. parties Iontalq f
I felt a little fretted M my husband'modo notions because it attacked liin.Vhat.. The ballot was ended. .Gods, I am Pop t
y.Jt I'J1 4 :Nothing, only it's such a trouble to shave or he held the "forceps" in unutterable\ dread- 3. I all in 1
/speaking; but made! no further remarkapoP. every day.' ever foible I may have I am not guilty of this that he invariably swooned at the hare intimation give my knowledge politics to Rome exclaimed the hale old man and : f
Lord Cambden and Lord
the subject. He is lIe'erel enthusi. Abingdon, and those casting from him the cloaks in which be i
, ) miserable: foolery. of Ether wasmuffled
Bit didn't shave -and that she Lad prevailed .j E
you yesterday. noble Lords who the
isicor sanguine, and did no; mean, in this other opposed Ministry he threw his crutch across the room, '
41 I know I :unjust as well off to-day, as if on the youth by means of a stratagem to come .j.
; in their late mischievous and cursed in
instance, to doubt the fitness of the parties for I bad. So much saved at rats.' 1'cauties of anity.-SIftlIirg away in to his abode-at the same time requesting war and bending hack, spit to the ceiling of th" 11

btppiness in the marriage state, as I half innrined. : any the country on a pleasent afternoon during; America. high chamber of the Vatican in which La t
him divert the
But Cora urged the matter, and her husband I to youth's attention at first al.ludin !
For I the last encountered "' I. I give to my sister Scotland, all pride to show the -
myself warmly approved mytriend's summer, we a poor unfortunate busines o. my was, vigor of hN lungs. Never
Ie finally: .\'ieIJ d, and mowed down the t to and other topics of the day.All and :
choice and called her husband whose had fied haughtiness. ( did firmer hold the
a rrason rears ago this a man keys of St. Peter. :
. for his luxuriant growth of beard. but who glad. We was punctually promisrd on the 5. I give to my sister Ireland! the one half He s t
is and
to trust vice
man secure companion ever joyful punished in the !
lucky : even high places t
,. 4 How much better you do look said; the part of the dentist, and in due time a ring"was of distress and ,,
life, admirably fitted to this reference to her if anywhere m poverty, with inexorable '
through woman case recog. heard ) rn. severity ; h,established th '
'I wife. Now don't another day announcing the arrival of the
,r make one like him happ>.-But a visit which young go nUed, may nowhere be paintul. She had The 6. 1 give to the Earl of Bute and Lord Northall library of the Vatican : he placed! the magnificent t
; without shaving. mart r. lady, taking tlie hint, immediately I
Cora about} six weeks afier been beautiful and ; my and tyranny)", to be obelisk in :.
I paid to one day though increasing; years treachery equally front of St. Peter's ho ,
But why should! I take so much trouble started! off and meeting the shawl and ;
the had expired, lessened enthusiasm had somewhat blanched her check still? divided ( I caused the ions .
honeymoon my many : glot cupola to be he conducted 1
about mere looks! ? I'm just as good with along its bearer in the hall laid hold ..f the former, Illil; :
7. I Lord Howe and General
o on the subject, and awoke some un- traces of her former loveliness' remained, and give to Howe. water to the Quirinal' built
a
1 beard as with a short one. It is a at the same time teiling the clerk: to take the ; i
". peasant; doubts. It banned that I called great like the later flowers of fall, appeared the ; all iiy; cruelty. as a reward for their treatmentof \ast hospital for the poor ; he made the splendid .
deal trouble to shave every day. You can dill into! her relative, who wu lid Fettle it. :
after breakfast. Cora met me in the for the and the American prisoners. street called from f
his
, brighter fading decay a.
I lOOn signs name, Felice he .
love me just as well and why need I care The lady walked: out and the clerk walked in, ;
II parlor, looking like a very fright.She wore about what others ; or think VOn round tbem.r e met her by the aide of agrove when the dentist said- 8. I give al my low cunning to Lord Mansfield reformed the finances of the States of tho : :,J.t

/. soiled and rumpled morning wrapper ; her say where she stood talking and ringing to and George Germaine. Church ; and. while he exercised great influence : i

hair was in papers; and she had on dirty the following morning, Douglass! appeared the trees and shrubs! and flowers.! We apol "Glad to see you, my dear sir-pray, sit 9I give my stupidity and obstinacy to the on the affairs Chistendom, he himself! .J
with beard hut witha down how is Lu\ineii-diJ hear .
not only a long Cn.rad' t.
Codings: and a p.ir: of old clippers down at ogised for the intrusion-she smiled pleasantlyas you present Ministry. kept at peace. Since his time the Roman
bosom and collar that were both soiled and great spE'ech-sit down, bit down I .
it b els. a school girl, and proceeded to talk: to the 10. I give my power by sea and land to the Church has not had at its head a man of ra.
tit down
!
f 'Bless me, Cora !' said I. What is the rumpled. and about them in the pray lOu, French King. ten : .
sweetest tones, genius
Val
trees or Pope Sextus
power. a t
4 Edward HOT" do look said The clerk! find that :
Why. :" wasdehighted to arisfocrary
matter? Have you been;'sick:" ?' you and with a richness of language we could not I 1. I give my integrity to the King Spain. lion !,Literary Register.For I
Cora. You'vo neither shared nor on a like friendship, was but a "name and i
,
; No. Why do you ask ? h my dishabille put retain, somewhat as follows : "Each tree 12. I give my traJe and commerce to the .
clean shirt. so he writ in no hurry to be (,fi: Here the (
State of Holland. a number of there stood the
rather on the extreme ? J i and flower before me stands a : years at
: Cora Edward stroked his face, and ran his fin. upon grave. ill re wed dentist appropriately; turned the conversation I those mortals the Toriesin head of most oftbe
13. of
Candidly} I think it is, was my frank The dead of a city-a city of the olJcn time I give abject whig papers a series .' 'l
along the edge of his collar, remarking on teeth, and was pleased to find
answer. gers lie buried here.-That tall tree, overtoppingall I : Americaone ton of hemp to be equally dis- I proposition, which was termed the whig

I Oh, well :No: matter,' eie. carelessly replied indifferently! as he did 1'0, ,. the others is rooted in the grave of tLat: city's that.. his patient"did not suspect his motives. trihuted amongst them, by Jack Ketch. creed. They were the production of Mr. f

'my fortune's made.' 4 It's no matter-I look w :Il enough. This greatest man-these smaller one stand on By.the I by, laughed;; the clever operator, 14. I give all my right and title containedin Clay! ; and so long as Mr. Clay was tho favorite .

.iii being so very particular in dre*", is waste of "I I am not busy this morning-permit me to that called Char. of the whig the J t
'J don't clarely understand: you. the graves smaller men. Beneath that no. most glorious tract Magna party, whigs fought by

r I'm married, you knot.' time und I'm ge'ting tired of it. LIe oak lies a noble and a gallant man-yonder look at your teeth. ta, to the United States of America, to their them as if for fife. \e do: not recollect the

Yes ; I am aware of that fact. j And in this trim Douglass went ofT to his twisted and gnarled: trunk :grows from the Without a moment's hesitation the clerk heirs and assigns forever. I precise phraseology, but we know that the : ji

; 4 No need of being particular; f in dress business, much to the annoyance of his wife, tomb of one whose perverse spirit it truly! rep seated. himself the sufferer's chair. 13. I give unto my Colonies America, I practical embodiment ran after ibis fashisn : 1

new.' who couH not bear to see her husband look. resents.' Beneath that: thorn tree sleeps the You "have the toothache now and then, Iperceive viz : Canada, .Nova Scotia, East and West a national bank the distribution of the proceeds .1

1 Why not ?' ing BO slovenly. dust of one who was contentions and fierce- mused tfee doctor, edging over to Florida, and the West-Indies the other half of of the public lands!, the taniul'ofle42, ::

'Didn't I just laJ-rep1iedCora. 4My Gradually the declension from neatness these rank and poisonous vines spring from the martyr with the forceps concealed in his my poverty! distress and ruin ; and I do appoint and a modification and limitation of the veto 1

f fortune's made. I've gt a husband.' went on, until, Edward was! quite a match fur the bitter mould the wicked and uprincipIed, banJo the United States of America to be the power. These were the outward substance '. .
his wife" and yet, strange to Cora had I "Sometim "-not often" was the answer of
say Colonies. I whig .
of principles.
Beneath an air jesting, was apparent the hut oh !" continued she these wild flowers guardians my said /

real earnestness (jf my friend. not taken the hint, broad all it was. In her and )beautiful roses that throw their fragrance I of the innocent. Lastly, I nominate, constitute, and appoint The Georgia whigs have, however, sirnultaneously 'i'

>If.I person she was as untidy as crer. Oh,yes ; I see-that is the tootb, I think," the be the of : thrown Mr. and
You dressed with. careful regard to taste through the grove, take root in the blessed: Count E'Amodavar, to executor over Clay hii old :
About six months after their marriage, weinvited added the cunning dentist, looking into the this last and Testament. In witness in fit avowed In
and neatness in order to win Edward's love ? ashes of the and beautiful and my Wi programme a despair. a

aid I. a few friends to spend a social eveningwith .very tree before young me springs from the pure.-dust of open mouth of his visiter. whereof I haa hereunto set my had and seal, Slate convention, they nominated Gen. Tay. II :
.
us. Cora and her husband the Yes sir that is the that used ache :
'Cortiinlyldid.' among a departed inhabitant of that great city, and to ; one : to of Necessity, this 19th day of lor-thus dropping their "battered" chier and !

And should you mot d
>a> retain it?' C said that her husband was! very much engaged imparted a resemblance of the nature which Exactly-that one-allow rae againone which my last opportunity was lost by the cal programme a obsolete and hcpelessthat it o ,

Mrs. Smith Do think and could not come until after tea. My moment-theie I" blood America Anno Domini is, for the "
at
Why, you my once gave it life and motion-the great, the Lexington) present. i ;
huiliand's affection than foung friend had not taken much pains in her It was the work of an instant-crack- 1779. OLD EXCLASD. The creation of a national 'bank '
goes no deeper my gay the wicked, the bold, the beautiful, all they say .
drew I should.! be very sorry, indeed, to ittire. Indeed, her appearance mortified land before me here in tree and shrub and cuh-tbe tooth was out-and the agonized Signed, sealed pronounced and declared to be in their resolutions, *. may be safely pOHlpcned :

think that.-He loves me for myself.' me ; as it contrasted so decidedly with that flower. Then with laugh she bounded victim sprang madly out of the chair at the the last Will and Testament of the said Old as long as financial affairs. are as they .i_ t
t merry .
the other ladies who and I ,.
No doubt of that in the world, Cora. But 4) were present ; leaving us dumb with admiration of throat of the dentist. England presence of us,who have cheerfully are now. Twelve years of the absence of o anational L t
away \
4 ould not help suggesting to her that she was "Villian murderer what do ?"
remember that he cannot what is in you mean subscribed bank has not it demonstrated .
see your hose startling fancies, which to us seem Beau- our names. jet, seems, l'
Died except by what you do or say. If he 'wrong In being so indifferent about' her dress. ics of Insanity. sputtered the unfortunate, with his mouth full His Holiness POPE. its necessity. ..,l

admires your taste, for instance, it is not from But she laughingly replied to me. qfblcod. His Impudence MAHOMET. The distribution oftbe proceeds of the public t J -

any abstract appreciation of it, but becausethe You know my fortune's made now, Mrs. Can't help it, BatS ,'"-We find the ful. It's all over now," parleyed tho dentist. His Ignorance PAGAN. land sales! they say, may also be I indefinitely p :

taste manifests itself in what you da. And, Smith ; I can afford to be negligent in theienatters. lowing" Taylor incident" in the Nt w Orleans Yes, sir," said the victim, and you may The Printers in the United States are desired postponed, because the wants oflh .

depend upon it, be will find it a very hard It's a great waste of time to dress Delta : thank your stars' that it's not all over with: to register this my Willin their newspapers treasury wi for a long time require the ) ',

matter to approve and admire your correct ;o much. When Gen. Taylor debarked from the I you. And, now, sir (handing him the bill for for those Legatees who reside in Atneri- whole. 1911. they fought for these pro. ;. : t

taste in dress for instance, when you appear I tried to argue against this, but could make steamboat which had brought him to this city the 1'11111.\\1)' ) with jour permission we'll cometo ca. Her last words. O. E. ceeds as their right, independent of any surplus : .

before him, day after day, in jour present un. [10 impression upon her. from the Barracks, his path was)>eset with a settlement.} Test : by a Nova Scotia Refugee. or claim a* revenue. r
"
attractive attire. If you do not dress well for About an hour after tea, and xvhile we were thousands of admirers. Each man fwishedto "Not a cent, sir, expostulated the doctor ; The tariff of J 1612 is literallydeposited ia 1 t
i
your husband's for whom do you ill engaged in pleasant conversation, the doorif grasp the war.worn veteran by the band- I've arranged it with your sister. Necessity of Sefering.-It was one of the the, tomb with the other whig notions of Mr.: a f "

i dress! You are eyestraJ: abroad, as you c the parlor opened, and in walked Mr. each one to look for at least once upon the What, sir ?1" truest sayings of one of the sweetest Cbrisianpels : Clay. The position' is taken that ifthetari f.i

I before .' : I I A denouement followed, but the lady had that ever wrote : of I?16 hall work about
I were Douglass. At first glance thought must features of a man, who, in the bloodiest fights wel they ; f

As to tl.atlrs.; Smith, common decency I.Ie mistaken. But no, it was Edward him- in Mexico preserved unruffled countenance. got an hour's start, and Ler shawl ; and the path of sorrow, and that path alone, express no doubt a year's experience J t jt

requires me to dress well when I :go upon the a elf. But what a figure: he did cut His un- The dense mass crowded around the old agreeable companions: parted not half so Lead to the land where sorrow i is unknown. it ought not to be repealed. t.

street or into company ; to say nothing of the c:ombed hair was standing up in stiff spikes' brave," and the air was filled with the shouts agreeable as they had met. Truly a double It is Go's will and way to make his children In regard to the veto power, opposition i is ,

pride one naturally feels in looking well.' n a hundred different; directions ; his face of those whe bade him welcome." A near operation, and rather a severe one for both. perfect through ufTerin Even the given _up with a prolonged wai.1 pros. : 1 F-

4 And do not the same ould have felt the touch of forwo great Captain of our salvation had to be sealed pect ofamendment visionary :
common decency c: not a razor relative of the old General was waking! with they say. "merely i !
and natural pride as in favor t three and hs of I Gen Taylvr.-The Washington correspondent with the sacred seal of lutrerin In the and they add, "the discussion ;
argue strongly or days ; was guiltless the worthy Alderman -, of the First Municipality ; or ,
Gazette ralates fol. \
of the : the .
of your dressing well at home and for tke eye c:lean linen for at least the same. length of Council. A stout old! fellow,. who incident Pittsburgh language of the quaint old hymn, so full of question is a uselfs waste of time and the i

of your husband, whose approval and admira. ime. His vest was soiled, his boots unblack- looked as if he had gone through the wars, lowing"General said: of Taylor's officers genuine religious experience : money of the people. -, :1":1"lhe
one !,
lion must be dearer to ycy than the approval e:d, and there was an unmistakable hole in kept nudging and nudging, and elbowing and "Christ leads us through nodarlcr way 'I'liuscnds the charter of Clay whigery in :
life "tell if t
now in public me you are a Whigor Than he went through belore
and admiration of the whole world ?1'c me of his e'bows. elbowing his through the crowd, when ; the south. The whigery, no doubt, remains ,

But he doesn't want to see me rigged out 4 Why, Edward !' exclaimed his wife, with at last the Alderman way told him to desist. Democrat.the other Some which say is you true are 1"the The one, and He Must that in Go's by that kingdom door.cornea." latent, ready to spring up at the first sign of :'t

In silks and satins all the time. A pretty bill Jook L mortification and distress as her hus. Sir; ," said the Alderman, don't you see some enough. "As an offi.response You have entered the ship with Christ, hope ; but the CIayi!m is the rf'althing to b ;j I

uy dressmaker would t have against him in I land came across the room, with a face in that the gentleman who is banging wasjcharacteristic! got rid of and the Georgia whigs have: .'
on his friend John of Hesse
my j cer of the army in the public! service I am nei. (said Luther to ,) : l }
(bat event. Edward hs more sense than 'Ii vhich no consciousness of the figure ho cut it eflectually.It .
; arm is aged and infirm ? Why do you crowdus ther. But when the question is promptly put you have entered the ship with Christ ; what .
that, I flatter myself.' c:ould be detected. ?1" I was pretty much so' among a good ; .
so m3ny' t
I a full blooded Whig, and do! look for? fine weather ? Rather expect i r
to now, am you
as
me
'Street or ball-room attire is one thing, 4 Why", my dear fellow What is the mat. "Can'thelp it, boss! ," exclaimed the intruder winds, tempests, and waves to cover the whigs of the south in 1840- when the bank : 'i !

Cora, and becoming home apparel another.We ti er !' said my husband! frankly ;' for he per- ,as he threw his hat into the air, can'thell' one"The quarter over. was characteristic enough." vessel till she begins to sink. This is the protection and sundry other Clay notions were .

look for both in their place.' c::eived that the ladies were beginning to tit.cr it ; must see the old man Jist let me the response who relates! this: anecdote. We baptism with which you must be baptized; postponed, and :military candidate nomina. '; I
one frt ;
Thai I argued with the thoughtless young ti and that the gentlemen were looking at look into his darned splendid features once, says wonder if at that time he remembered that and then the calm fulo\ upon your ted to get ril of Clay. There was a full .i.'ounderstanding :

wire, but my words made no impression. e ach other and trying to repres,their risible and then you may shore me right into the rir.tT in of Gen. Taylor's recent letters awakening with wi imploring his among themselves, however, ,1
When abroad she dressed with cndeneies and therefore deemed it best passage! one I. that these -
exquisite t ; to things were only laid down becauw
in which he declares that he has formed noopinion" help : for sometimes he will appear to sleepfor j
taste, and was lovely to look upon ; but at ti brow off all reserve on the subject.! The tarpaulin patriot was introduced to the the subjects of a United: Stales a season. unppula. If the whigs f could succeed with '>

home she was caretesfc and slovenly, and 'The matter? Nothin '.the matter, I be. General without delay, alter which he went upon the success was to be taken
If that looks teaches the truth of a .
Hank and Protective Tariff! 'Tis sorrow us things, ;
made it almost impossibfe for those who saw Ii eve. Why do you ask ?' Douglass looked on his way rejoicing." I like "full a blooded H7I ," we will give Which have been hid beneath the crown of flowers proof that they were popular, and muit he put ,

btrto realize that she wA't the brilliant beauty g rave. a and nothing g abuut the one Upthe That gladness w a. Erangclut.Tlie forthwith into practice. No mans} of the : I

they Lad met in company but a short time 4 Well may he ask what's the matter?' The Biter Bit.-A widow, who had been question say slightest foresight doubts that the sanBe game .;

before. But even this did not last lung. I b roke, in Cora energetically. How could induced by the declarations of her husband to quarter over. Gold Room in Windsor Castle.Thewhole intended again.-Mobile Register. .
noticed after few months that the habits of here in such ?' collection in what is called the Gold f
a y ou come a plight believe that she would be well provided for
learn from thehanover
home were confirming themselves, and becoming 'In such a plight !' AndEdward looked his found after his death Melancholy Affair.-We Room, Windsor, Castle is valued at ticelre Sta'c EmLl1s.-1 is Fid that when tLe' I'I'is
by legacy, urn per as- that namedOverley
a man
tand Spectator young millions of dollars! There are glas cases first Con the of thn '
beard his
apparent abros.d.-H1er fortune was made, d own( at himself, l Idt his ran his mill that he bad acted different adoption ;
ing very resident of East Berlin in this
tad why should she now waste time, Ot employ fi ngers through his bair.'I t's the mat. and excluded her from the she a like .ilversmitbs' shops, and behind tbt glass! Federal Constitution, it wan in contemplation
ex.
{
ly his existence
property end to earthly on
her thoughts about mailers of ? Is ?' county, put an are the principal articles. There is a dinner hut afterwards abandoned, to have the seats of : :
personal t >Ir any thing wrong She made known her dis.
to
pected possess. the al I instant, by hanging himself. He was service of silver gilt of the most each with device i
appearance.The You look as you'd just waked up from a to her female servant who cheer. gorgeouskind delegation wrought some ,
appointment esteemed a a respectable and wortby citizen presented by the merchants of descriptive of the of their several States f .
of Mr. and Liverpoolto staples
habits Douglass, on the contra. n ap of a week with your clothes on, come ed her spirits by assuring her, that the effect and has left a wife and four small children. : t
I the late William the Fourth before VIZ
did not change. 'He was face combing long :
rj as orderly as 01 fl without washing your cr of the will be avoided and
'
might I
a new one which the
of
the day. was day f'
On following
before and dressed with the same regard to hair,' said husband. he was king, in reward for his advocacy of Massachusetts, by a barrel of fish. '
; our my framed. The mistress desired know ;
easily, to funeral, his father left the house
Mataess. He never appeared at the break. 4 Oh!' and'Edward's countenance brightend what The maid answered that the deceastd's the slave trade, with the inscription tellingthe Rhode Island, a hamper of cheese.Connecticut :.
by means.
absent
fast table in the morning without being Ihav. el a little. Then he said, with much gravity there fellow, called TOM BAB- temporarily, and being rather a long tale. Thert is a salver of immense size, an ox. f
.
*d; nor did he lounge about in the evening al f manner.' was a'poor THE time, search was immediately made, and he made from the snuff boxes alone of George New York a hogshead of flaxseed. I 1
who much resembled her I late ,
l la BEn, master ; was found in one of the out-buildings, in the the Fourth the lids and curious, New Jersey', a bundle of flax. .
habits and
his shirt sleeves. 'flb slovenly into 'I've been extremely hurried of late, and that for small sum he would him. inscriptions i 1
a feign the rash
act committing same act. Timely the surface in kind of Mosaic Pennsylvania; a bag of wheat.
a J
which Cora had fallen annoyed him serious- 0 nly left my store a few minutes ago. I If therefore preserved on : I
self dying man. an attorney however, saved his lile. These
11,uad still more so, Mrhen her carelessness h ardly thought it worth while to go home to and witness will of prevention, gold ; its value is fifty thousand dollars. Delaware, a bag of wool. J
was provided, proper a a sad have created deal of
a .
occurrences great bellows-the bandies, noz. Maryland a pig and bar iron.
&bout her manifest itself d 1 knew all friends here. Gwynn's }
appearance began to :ress up. we were the true be made Nel f .1
date one
subsequent to might in the The
excitement .
'. neighborboo. causeis of gold the Golden peacock Virginia, hogshead of tobacco. t
Wd as well as at home.-When he hinted B Besides: as my fortune is made, :-and .he which would consequently supersede it. Tom pure 1 ; i
not known. (CPa.) Srinel. inlaid with diamonds and rubies from Delhi North Carolina, a barrel of t
till thing on the subject, she did not hesitate g:lanced with a look not to be mistaken, to- was sent for immediately, and agreed to play ta. '
to ia that her fortune ards his wife-' I don't feel called to -not a large a a pheasant, but valued atone South Carolina, a 'bag of rotton. :
reply, a jesting maner, w upon his part. The parties were summoned-the Female Education.- \\ hat is wanting, ,
***made, and she ce'efl not trouble herself gi ive as much attention to mere dress as form. attorney attended, and the supposed expiring said Napoleon, "that the youth of France may hundred and fifty thousand: dollars ; the Georgia, a barrel of rice. 1f .

"jWer about bow she looked. eJ,ly. Before I was married, it was necessa. husband dictated his last testament to be frame be well educated ?" foot. tool ofTippoo Saib ; a solid: gold! lion. T Forgery of Coin.-It is the easiest '

Dau:1us did not feel very much compli. r''jr to be particular in these matters, but now ed according to the wishes and interest of his "Mothers !" said Madame Campan. with crystal eyes, the value of its gold alone (he world to detect such a fraud, if it i

but he had his share i' being seventy thousand dollars; George theFourth's really exists for we have only to take the .
struck the
LeQ1ed as ofgood sense, s of no consequence. imagined wife, for some time ; but at length This reply Emperor.'onere, celebrated candelabra for
that to assume a cold and offended I turned towards Cora. Her face was like he proposed,that as he had until then complied said be, "is indeed a true system of education.Let golden a specific gravity of the coin by weighing it in
owaer would do she and mothers, vtho dinner table, valued at fifty thousand dolus air, and in water, and dividing the weight in .
few be to train
no good. cr imon. In a moments arose with her desires, he might leave one legacy it our care up ;
If your fortune is made, so is mine,' he WI ent quickly from the room. I followed her, I according to his own-which was five bun shall know how to educate their children." 5 heavy that two men are required sufficient i. air by its loss of weight ia water, when the

ft?I'ed on oo. occasion and in. lie I Pie upon piles of golden plates, presence of base me'al will be detect1.
quite coolly after soon. TOM BARBERnd to
at id Edward came us, pretty dred pounds to THE ; with .
waerentlj. Next A Contrast.-The Hon. .Dixon H. Lewis hundred and fifty persons ample Pure gold has a specific gravtiy of .
morning he made his almost hammere
and of the fraud the
sobbing
ap. fOI'und his wife in tears, prevent a discovery (lady was 140 dozen each of
There
are gold .
*JUce at the fattest in tbis country. changes. 10 hammeied silver
tie is man a speci-
5 bre (ut.table, with a beard -sterically. obliged to consent to the proposal, and faith probably : .
"f'wenty.fburboun' hJ He weighs about 400 pounds, and is a beautifully knives and forks various patterns, and 141 ic gravity of 1051.100. Hammered copper
growth. at the door, be said toe the to the to insure .
'I've got a carriage fully to pay money proposer, of table and. tea 4
'Iai4 bound second edition Daniel \ dozen each gold spoons, has specific gravity of 8 A9.100. manner .
natal' shaved thi* morning dear,' m aside, half serioua.e So help her on withir his secrecy. I the order and a Tis
cor When Gen. Tom Thumb was in arranged in most perfect ,du detecting adulteration ogoW! n*>t original I
; t. WbOM eyes the dirty looking he things, and we'll retire in disorder. Lmbrj tables in the middle of the filled
fact ; since be cases on room with hayin dis .
,
Alabama some
ober I Well Turned.-A distinguished gentleman m-.rhimee :
huabud Mr. f ry week XY.em
was ptxicularlf anplei 4 But it'i too bad i In you, Douglass, re. From the ;
with contempla-1
b& at hotel, gorgeous tome .-Bo4on
lr..led I. '. Pennsylvania whose nose and chin were to bo boarding same tl. t ago AI.U



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: of approved nature that tbe eyel
w/f.: resist thousand ousoldier. fa
rt : J-V Ihe JV O. Picayune, 09/A military supplies to one
'I l : MMie R { !. January 27. Fscn the Albany ((: ) Patrot.Ht. o writer would respectfully suggest, that filCh and one believoi the canvass the
j i. .LI..orForihtha.writtt."naJt.t.! BELL'S LETTER. LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM MEI O. which did democratic Tote and oul of the very
'. .I : l\tr.C"un I regret there is a great deal of sick. county not poll fifty lord of creation' ,
!
) i lerrnMuns' as a Southern man his toto lorMr. This gentle-nan, like Mr. Holmes of South Two ItVft Later from tire City cf Jl"Xo ness among the say four volunteer! regiments from (if there was: but one democratic vole) should mates nearer: deity itself than all tnec'Pproxi.

.. s' ,? n"nhr, as peaer. It i is the special Carolina, and Mr.I Stephens Georgia, ap. and Ten Days Lo.icrfrcm Queretaro. Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana, which be entitled to a delegate ; and that every inventions; and professions of the learned
o ; I t: plea of a lawyer fendins: a bad Carl, and pears lo think that his conduct requires explanation. Safety of Col. Wither's command-Rumors of General'Butler commanded to this city. The county should have a delegate: for each fifty ostentatious. This is high praise i indeed and

rii.t'' )lr consists; of f neritfs of pciversions and 'sup. : Hiscor.stitusnts think eo likewise, Peace-Capture! of Gens. Valencia and measles' the mumps and the diarhcra are the votes given (for the Democracy in the last elections but read a little further and you will'find 1 1I
'. of in orJrr to avoid thr force and think he will find in the sequel that other Mexican Officers-At. that
I 4 t ;.4 r"l'ion f.CI. we Torrejon and prevailing diseases, and on an average one for members of the General Assembly am aiming a?.
.
1.r ; of a few plain trut h The, great point of his his explanation has not been satisfactory. tempt at Insurrection in the City of Mexico half the men in the four regiments are unfit of the State ; and that the Convention should Reubens, Michael Angelo: Raphael,'i.it1
t 1z" j t.r"m."t is that Mr. Winthrop 1 tho Massatlimelts Instead of gS,iug a plain: unvarnished Hate -Skirmish between the Rangers and for duty. commoner its deliberations on the 15th day of etc. were nothing beyond Roman, '.eD ,
.
; :::;f ,I ." ) State Convention, titer assisting: t.) men? of facts: Mr. Cnbe',1 has made false issue Guerrillas; -Supposed Death of Padre Jarauta We have news to diy: from Queretaro, March, the birth day of Andrew Jackson. Florentine; and Flemish artists, yet they e(;liD'

1i t \. endorse and approve the Wilmot proviso in and drawn fal. conclusions; which are calculated -Pona ). Pena again President, &c. Anaya, who was elected President after SantAnna's JEFFERSON.Sjltania pied positions so elevated that the mlghtieu.

t ii .'. the most uncompromising terms, declinr l an !, if not i'llemled. ti> deceive his consiitnenis. The U. S. steamship: Edith, Capt. Cuilhrd, resignation, bus gone out of office, the Feb., 1848. Potentate degraded not his throne by lenin:

j ,:". n.nrnnJionni! p'.e.lgn! of supjmrt: to a Wilniot ; He assumes fo a fact, what is no! arrived last evening from Vera Cruz, which term having expired, and Pena y Pena bright ) Should not, then, a follower of these Hlustri.ous f.

I : |Irl"'so' Candihtt for the Presidency, bcaie.n's a fact, that: th? principal objection againstMr. place attn left on CCUh inst. By her we have of his office as Chirf Justice, at present Fur' fte florldian. masters t -whoss paintings: no one
i. I, 0 hrnr tA!, the! ;pl,t.:%! ., \\' I .., ., t to hi* Sivitljerti connexions< and might" tarbed to tlie; Oregon bill. Tli' :Mr. CabellalTcN :Mexico the 13th inst. and from Vera Cruz President cannot positively learn which, time is rapidly approaching when the from the respectable and gentlemanly reiptct

.. )W uxtMjn ihf S'jutli.! Tho reason assigned to think was tbe unpardonable sin of to the date of the sailing. The most imjor. but I am inclined to believe the former. lIe people of Florida will be called on to go to But you nay '* really you do not pretend

U-1. I.ad n- pro.in.l of principla! in it, but wa. a- Mr.% \irt rpilh the Democrary. Everyman ant feature of tie intelligence by this has declared that he will pursus the policy of the polls, and select a Governor, Representa. class yourself with these celebrated pafnteri to*
.' lv ted to gi\e jiM st-ci ;politicians! : as Mr. Calir'll least ronvers int with the facts and live in Congress and three Electors for the I f
:> 110\ relates: to the rumors of peace an attempted Anaya, who is supposed to bo favorable t 10 Yes pretend to class myself with these
I .i .1 1 in the South!! a!excuse ou their part :torcompromising that this i is not true. Mr. Cabell hilBelf! insurrection in the city of IClico.I peace. The J letter which brings this news i is 1'resiJency and Vice Presidency cf the United painters, but not after they had enjoyed
;' thHr {motion as Southern men. proves in another part: of his: letter that it was which States. These are important elections, and
about has hand
and heart
I I Col. Wilbtr's command, outlast dated the 8th! in?t., and says the Cabinet fostering of their co ntrlmea'ancJ
s. .! Mr.I \Vimhr< i> declared! hi!imrrvitable! deterinination not true, for he says that after: this Proviso advices left some anxiety on the public been reorganized by the appointment of Sr. should! early engage the attention of the voter attained the dizzy height \'bere'e 11

1 ; "- to t:-:!ti1e! !slavery from all territories. was attached: to the bill all the Southern I mind arrived in safety' at Real del l Monte.A ( Rosas as Minister of Foreign Relations: and of Florida. I believe that there has iieve hold them in history They in early life

.1 whether now in th '. Union: or to be acquired ; Democrats) but threw voted folhf bill : and detachment! under Col. Wynkonti cap. temporary Secretary' of the Treasury, RhSalacio been demised a safer means selecting! suitable needed the encouragement and assisenceof! ,

: '. )lint sail! that! : niiy" formal pledge: to act up toMs Ui") one found 'fault: : with it. [How then could I tlrfd (;,n. Valencia! and his aid and Col Ar- as Minister: t of Justice. and Pedro : persons from the great body of the people those who were enabled and disposed to
1 M 1 1 his I friendsin Mr. Cabell that this the to discharge these duties' than that of a Convention encourage -
whig
t .. ; prinriiiU'svn perplex sty was unpardonable
firmer their
of the War.
on of
I rista: at hicie.i; To( ijico Maria ..:lap as Sf-rretary aspirations ; but bad this been
4 .! : the Sm'i'h. an-1 Mr.1 Caht'l! i ic sn mich ob'i-! sin wile the DI0ocrwhen they voted for the Is! inst. Col Wynkoop was in pursuit of Your, D. S. fairly organized, and representing the dsniei them they would have toiled out
.! ged to him for the party ai t!:!<.". that he fi r- the bill With the Proviso, and Mr.( : Winthrop Jarauta and HtJ at t'ltinv.' Thesa cleaned! ) masses at home. Abuses of this trust, however existence, perhaps, and finally died a nj.erable .
gives him fir the unabated}; and, unrelenting did :. Tho Proviso which )Jr. Win'hroji: and often occur, and are, perhaps, as little ui.
; known
( the
: rl him a f few hours on ',' 11.alencia GT0)' \1 rXIC"O, J I\n. 13, H -tS. beyond circle of their friends.
hostility his doctrines. He is positively exrrssirejy attached to the Oregon was nothing more dangerous as those that would be incident to In conclusion
hi released I would ;
Col. Arrista were 1: pirole.Cols. On last the cotnmander-in-chie: respectfully tin
Monday
grateful to Mr. Winthrop for the a* than a leiteration of MU ouri Com any other myuV. I notice suggestions as to
.,. pro. Minon and Gamd all I :ask of
S #' Torrejon, wereshortly informed of designed heretO Georgia or Florida is to give
earancfc'that! he will note: against a whignnti.provisnc.ia mise. It : no doubt' intended to do mis. Amaztica tva* a movement the time and place of holding this Con yen. fair trial of mea
W:1
afterwards at near
captured officers of the ability to the
my paint
of the
"human
he between attach:: : tIle q-nrrors: lion of the Democratic writer it
: Ji hte,if the choice chief; Mr. Winthrop thought it wculd embarrass party, by a "
; of the Meii- face divine and
Puebh by loiir.giez-Captain ; as I have before
of I army, and,' if pe"sibir: to t take: them prisoneror the and the stated I
I wo candidates! of t that same way thinking, and perhaps defeat the Oregon bill: but: can company in the! service of tho United them Tort : that the populatinn Floridian signed Troup,1" by shall net only! charge nothing for paintings.shou.J
spy kill
-n .,the| words that he will not vote for a the Southern: Democrats have: always betr plan was Herald,"of St. Augustine, both agreeing u I fail my
t to those
Siatpi.Gpn.. bo induced t to satisfy who
: whig 'ro\iso candidate unless there is one willing to abide by the Missouri Compromise,, ron.isinofthe or 30 :mlleJ of it S3 could to the propriety of hodir.g! a Convention and employ me
| but
I command.: should! rist' 'and, acknowledge that I have mistaken tl;
Caiwader's ,
Uo in the
nlninattt-1ur this is substance! of all that the after the part: conspiracy as to timn but the one t the Lowe
therefore suggesting
;
tt they supported
Ili 4th Artillery:! Oth; St'i' and ll'.h: In ar'f' as.4i.tcd; of "urrrill:1which wer calling dame nature designed that I should fot.
.. be said the Masvichuets! : contention, where : Proviso attache it. Proviso by "filly Mineral Springs, and! the other Madison C.
: was t.' tx. 1 left the Mexico ( the the :}JJ inst. t fn and
r : 'n ; mike the lowing unwisely barked the
:- lu approved; the proiis.i doctrine, air! objected j eludes! slavery from the territory North r.i f ch.f al to' enter the city; at a certain hour, to II. The third Monday in March bring the up wrong
Touca.! troops wen in tine spirits attack. the the rommander-is tree I This climate is the only one I iraTe
0 lo tied nj to vo': for a candidate! ; proPQ.c thiity-six degrees ai.d thirty' miiuutes.-This active During day tim suggested by both I hope the party will found that
service is
of
Jlin. the once iticere.'I'hey adapted to shattered
of the intended
pro f informed officers con itTJ.
.. Iu'n be nii Kt net be able! to gc: one I had already! been done by tho Missouri Com.I rfC ri!" all tht chief acquiesce in that, and thus have settled one of my *
; ; had raehed l Lertna at the ls t accounts: tack! for lion, and it would afford me great relief could
\ ;
p crt of Mr. relates! to :he I proms!; The Wilrnot Proviso i is intended toe t a: designated rallying points the preliminaries. As to the place, I am de. I
with
(.I'el without nvjl" ; meet sufficient
Tt 8Ii .
t of other 3GI. the di&ftiii! re ,ini"nK and made every die.n"cesary that MacJison C. II. is the encouragement to to.
that line : of
the outh
people of whig % I '5CIirt! '; it from territory cided'y opinion thorize
prl ,1 : On the -1th i..t. Major Talliaferro! n.itJI to dcfrut the insurrection my spending Spring months in Tallahassee !.
portion
I .,rh."r States copy and pronounce it as verexcellent \' an is in dii.'ct opposition to t iho principles I tl| I in Mcxirn' frn'n Real del Monte with; a ile.taclinientof : I At } Mexican to LeI most preferable ; the two points are only pall ; but if I f.'lilthi", I mus., though
: !logic. Comu'J: seise pronounces the Missouri Compromise; ; jet Mr. I night; scarcely a was of a day's ride as-inder, and tis! distance: to re.
J Calel : the !: Infintry nit-l) twenty liragior.s seen ii the! tint-Is-showing that the whole! luctanlly, eek employment in a more Northern .
it ex jiiMte tirtilery. treats: them :as it they were d.l same a : I any cannot therefore be an object. Madisonis
dnr" ofrue{ JrindreJ and frlvtliou. clinie. in
.. in Spec mra Dco.
I ulatlon; had knww of what to
.. : Bill Mr. f.unJ sf'me congressionhi large portion of his argument is based upon I ; p"]) a ledge was preferable on many accounts. First t : thereis
Ca"l1II" sand dolhrs ; silver; Inrs-a part cf the as.sessnvnt I be The it i is With high considerations regard
!
atJpirp'ed.: precaution adopted,
) item: !.. m31t a good retort the supposition that they are th? same. Uy levied the State atI'tderal a more extensive means of accommodating I subscribe
ipon the $outler democrats, fur their ol ;jec. reporting' to this subterPige: Mr. Cabell! shows District ofMe\c:upon. I piospj.; pvvrned; an attempt to execute the the dell'gatcs-tho region round about tire ,V. McK.myself RUSSELL yours faithfully, ARTMT.,
: .
lions to \1 Ir. Wuithrop. and these our neighbor that he has a very [Lad cau.e to defend, ran'! I in t'za of Mexico I { Ian.: The: proj-jctors; of tho insurrrctioi village is thickly populated by planters, whose Tallahassee
rll'norreti r
The l ciiy 10
February 1949.
,
4 :iihcrLli! .rj the riTects of their plan
,
were : to : or
with air of triumph I
over the way rclers! to an hopes to succeed only by drc' ivipg his couu.titt that the 'Mexican Conrnissionen ln.1 offered houses and hospitalities are always! open to
reckless
., as "earn:ing tho war inlo Africa." :"ns. One: of the olijectious against Mr. I a phn ..fl'1-ha,ed upon Mr. Trist's pro. I fr.peing them mu-t hue been itteily uld isirfO-I-wherea. the region round about the CHANCELLOR KENT.At
How much discretion and honesty there is that he i is i-i favor of the real as :) the consequences which \\ re is and but little
-, I Winthrop |>ci'itini'3 at TartaY:1-which! :! had been sent t tI I suit their for if the at.terat Springs sparsely populated; a meeting of the.Judges!! of the Supreme
I miy b<; in this eflint will be comprehended at Wilniot Proviso, .and wishes: to exclude: slave!. I 0:1 Washington: city.: The departure from to own country men : office facilities as to accommodation could be aflVJ- Court lit'the State of F Florida and the District
(nice, I by the simple fict, that Mr. Caball hJjJer from ail territory South cf! thirty-sit the tJlimatiax( offen-d by ;Mr. TrM t was sup. ;: had been made, thre is cornmander-in not aa ed the delegates.! Again : the influence of a Court of the United State for the Northern

quotes n vote gven: o!i the Texas question: in II degrees anJ thirty Illjlr.:, ; This he has >ed to be ademaml} t"r: SiOOOO.Ol0: (; I forth? in she} army, not ecclijlting havo the restrained the Convention of the party would be more sensi. District of Florida, and the members of iho
po chief himself who could
ihe 2-jih Congress;, in favor ol establishing! theMissouri openly avowed], an-i all this Mr.1 Cabell: b w. territory, proposed;, to be surrendered to theUnited the! bly felt in Madisonhcre: a large concourse liar now in attendance those Court, heldat
Cnrlrmisl., as though it were a Mr. Call 1 savs for Southern Whigs to States.We Iroojn; from sacking; the city. During of visitors from the neighborhood would be the Capitol in Tallahassee on Monday tho
: Lieut. Baker d the olh Indiana i.
., vcito a: ; Proclfa Oar I have refused to vote for Mr. Winthrop would regret to l lnrn that t lien four reimf"ntiwhich .igat in regir.ieiiT present. It might tend also: to heal those divisions third clay! January, A. I). 1949-On motionof
reaJfismii'it' fl'CP{ are mistaken in the I have been suicidal!, fatal to the S.mt!." Indeed arcomt"init; ''l ien.; hitler to Mexico conunai.dinji a pilrole, came sigh of the democratic party to which the L. :A. THOMPSON, Eq., lion. THOJAS
de Torro in the
fact iipoii tle :n>unJ of the cxtieine iir.pro''> I ] has it com.to this, that Southern Whigs are sufKriii2; m-i: <*h from sickness. of t\vo cats: near the Pa7Z! of which Whigs have of late been indebted for their DOUGLAS Chief Justice, was called to the

ability that r. rPit'; n'ali"f in l'ongreisccult, arc so comploteiy: unu'er MassacLusetts; infliience I From a hasty glance at our Mexican pa. sruih:eastern part hundrrd of the stand city ofarrns, one success there. I hope, therefore, that Madison chair ad JOSEPH, I'KAZVCII, Esq., appointed
couniit so rosa a blunder, or atiemj.t B/ pal. I' t that to refuse to vote t for an al"Iiioni.11: of which we have a foil!! fita. we can find contuii.njj' one he.cap. C. !H. will be the point agreed on l for the Secretary.
|table an irn.)o ture. nut it i ii ri\eilhele.-s! Z wo-ild!. bn fatal to them f Mr. Cabell's jarty I pern.notlrng! more than i is contained in the letten t'ifed : thy; other I he was unabla in concealment to come up meeting end the third Monday in March the M. .\: LoNG, E q., moved that a committed
., fact that he Ins done s'i.and the proof is this! : atthSmlh re Ihink will net thank him for I ofour correspondents.We with before it was placed! time ; and that! the party in each: county in tr-e he appointed by the chairman to draft and re
.
He o-iotes from the Tc.1 resolutions: of the this: ad.nitsicn. Mr. Call! says that Mr. I extract the following paragraph: from Whether Jen. Scot has the names of the: State will be up and doing. Let delegatesbe port resolutions! expressive of the feelings of
U"th : the fuilaniugclause: f for whic i the parties who originated the plot, or not, I da selected with and let them for.
Congress Winthrop Springfield ConfIinn: The WorM, d"iisadal.i\ara; under, date of the care, corne hr-, < mooting upon the melancholy intelligenca
well understood
all the democrats north and south voted ; an'i against I resolution: that the Whig party 17th December. We shall avail our:el"es IIIGI know ; hurt it i is pretty < ward in the spirit cf harmony and concession, of the death of tlio !'ate Chancellor KETT.
this! he t be the origin of the \Viin that tlivj: chief: conopiratoM are among the and then the defeated of
pronounces ( would! not vote for a slave-holder. Presidenteven ofthe first moments of leisure to reperuse our lately democracy Which motion being rssented to, M. A.
"-t IVomo : if he should! be nominated by a Conven files : so.diers: of the Mexican army, who as3iimec Florida will rise in the might of their strength: !I LONG, Esq., L. A. THOMPSON, Eel q S. W.

AnJ such Sates: as miy be formed out ( Ion.: IJi.t. !he lEd not think i i1! necessary to In a letter from Tcpic, dated the 11th De. citizens; dress when our army entered the and rebut the hydra headed monger: of whig C\'t:I.EfJ", lIon. I. II. RKOXSO, and
that portion of siid territory lying south o siate the fact that Mr. be city;' and have: remained here since. Adays few which has betrayed trust, violated
Wit.throp haJj comber, IS 17, it is saul: that, news had reach. cry every Hon. THOMAS IJLTZELL, were appointed said
: thirty sit degrees! thirty minutes north latituJecommonly furl il the! same Convention voted to exclude ed Mazitlan that ,100 rancheros California! ; ) may reveal more in relation! to the mat every pledge, and disregarded almost every committee. The meeting then adjourned to

known as the Missouri compromis e slavery from al territory! hereafter to be ac. had attacked! the Americans who were in possession ter. right of the people! of f'loridl.A. Friday morning next at 10 o'clock.On .
You will learn before this reaches
line shall be admitted into the Union with or perhaps, B'HOY.Fcr .
quired by the United States-and notwithstanding of La Paz and San Jose, had defeated! Friday morning, the 7th January, Mr.
of similar Puebla! which
without sluery: as tho people! of each Stat' Mr. Cabell knew this he "It you, a attempt at from the Committee the following
says them and set fire to those places. On the 2d Long, reported
the and determination of Cot
admission! desire and in such promptitude the Floridian.
asking may ; was the of Southern Whigs to sustainsuch resolutions
three American vessels had left Mazatlanto :
cay
State States be form J cut of Chi Ids, nipped in the bud. Enclosed, you MCSSHS. EDITOR
as Shades :-
or bal sid a mm. Monchauson, Gulli Resolved That the Judges of the Supremo
render assistance, and this occurrence would ,
will find Col. Childs' in the
territory north of Missouri compromiseJne ver and Major Longbow !-Wo have, lately prolong the blockade of San Blaz. proclamation D. S. In addition to the patronage I have extended Court of the State of Florida and of the District

,. KHVIV 02 IVVOLUNTAKY suaviruDu" : seen several pretty good specimens of hum- We can only make room for the subjoined Spanish. to the three gazettes of this place by advertising Court of the United States now in session .

, (except for rrime,) sit \LL HI: rnomuiTED. buggery in the shape of piifls in favor of q'Jck letters. Ta-morrow we will bring up our MEXICO Jan. 13 1849. its them, and the editorial courtesy you in the City Tallahassee, and the members -
, v. TAw"adds Mr. Cabcll: i the true, bOla medicine, whig votes. thanks to Gen'l TaySor I I correspondence to date. Th annexed letters Col. and, of, his tendered me in politely noticing the fact of my of the Bar, now in attendance on those

:. fide, Wilmvt lror a." fur prosecuting: successfully n wicked!, unconstitutional contain much information.Fpccial had Yesterday brush with} Has Padre Jarauta some, at a place men being here in a professional capacity, (for Courts hive received with deep sensibilitythe
Ily reading this clause, i will be seen that and unnecessary war, &c. &c., a which I feel obliged,) I would, in a very deferential intelligence of the recent death of the
i is a rc-allirrnance ot tho Missouri compro; but we tliiil: Mr. Cabell's :letter decidedly the ContspenJtnte of the riCJJlcn, called San Juan some h twenty the or thirty far miles. and condescending manner. address Honorable JAMES KENT, late Chancellor
hen.1thou exceeded
mite, and exclude by its very terms for aU richest hvuibng oldie day. We intend to re. CiTy OK MKIICO: Dec. 12, lB 17. from guerillas myself more pointedly and particularly to the of the State of New York.
did not wait for
the Texans moreIhan
t territories south of that line, the rcittictio fer II it hereafter for tho amusement of our You will find! in one of the letters of the the first they but lied in cont' eucom ers of the line arts, and those unin. Resohcd, That they are sensible of the
contained i ir I the |pro\i iHI. that slavery: and in. rrzuurs.Tha g"nIemin; who continued his correspondencewith Jarauta charge, to fall great from his formed on the subject heretofore, on the im great and lasting value of the judicial laborsof
sion. seen
: Tolunury servitude" shall! be "j rcrtr profit!*. I was portance and uses of Portrait Painting. I that learned wi;e, and good man, both as an
: you during my indisposition, an account horse which with his lanca and
icd" therein. New York Courier and Valencia the together trust, after presenting a few of the mOat prominent author and a Ju'Ige. as well to the people as
ofthe ofGen.
Enquirer renowned Hi
capture hands! of Col.
fell the Hays.
cloak! into
Is it posvililethnt Mr.( Cabell! hinks that the (whig) thus sums up! our duty! to Mexico : hero of Contreras and Col. Arri!ta, attire I aJJ'as: from which it is inferred features that commend this art to the at. to the Bench end Bar of t'he whole United

people! of Florida can bo gu'led' by such gross For twenty years Mexico has been no bet. hacienda of the former, in this valley, by n I, !that the reverend bloody,scoundrel! killed. C. C. tention of the public, my patient readers will] State
nonsenv, or that tbl'j in other States who ter than a nest of pirates, among whom the party of Texas Rangers under command .,f consider upon the same, and render to it that RcsolretJ, That when such men as Chan.
borrow this 10n eUIe, have: any other coi.Sdence persons and property foreigners Lave been I I Col.! Wvnkoop of the Pennslvania Voluntecrs. I respect and encouragement which it has elicited cellor KENT and Mr. Justice STORY, who have
in it than of auJaci.. which Fir the l'/fJT ilill" from less favored States than this Landof contributed much the benefit of their
uiisafi- the
to
as a piece ), ; at same lr.11: she has: been recognised t From nll can l learn, the expeditionwas so
they)are incapable of having. originated, bu and! represented at all th" civilized ,I managed in the most successful! l nnnner, A DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. Flowers, and f far poorer cities than this one country, and especially to legal science are

:. find convenient to in*. courts of.the word, as a responsible nation. and the party came near laying hands on I Messrs. EVII'ons1 I received the Floridi. of tlowers and magnolias.Not removed "to that bourne from whence no
The whole! : of! Mi. Ca bell's artmcnt-if a Revolution! revolution! in quick Padre JaiaiU hirnsalf very who has been bu y in an of the 22d ultimo! to..cl\); have read and do that I desire to make myself conspicuous ravpller returns," it becomes us all to mount.

,- string cf the mot palpable aitiiices C:1 he ':ccc! ion. Her military chieftains! have this vicinity, !=ome weeks. I not approve entirely of tho views of "Troup." in the least-as it may be a satisfaction to Rewired, That they will l testify their veneration .

called nn argument-refcJsupon the continue violated the rights: of foreigners residing with Yesterday! Dnminguez) th 3 captain of the I concur with him in' the opinion, that a Con. the envious to prl'sume-or press ray claims and respect for the' memory of the doceased

4 repititioti of one idea, in various forms ; that: in her borders, and! trampled upon the quiet' Mexican Spy Company, arrived with a small vention: ". > represent the Democratic party lo: the patronage and attention of this inlelli- br wearing the usual badge of mourning .

tome democrat were for tho reception of aLoe and peaceful of her own citizens ; and yet WE mail, and brought intelligence of his having, I throughout .the State, is necessary, and, for all gent community perforce, but being forced to t for thirty d\-it.
lition petitions-I hat some democrats have favored have virtually said to Europe" Hands off-. had a brush with a party of the enemy's cav. i the purpose: he mention, and believe the leave the city in consequence of not meeting Jlcsolrc', That these proceedings be signed

their reference-and therefore that no we are tie nation ofXorth America, and will airy between Ojo, de Agua and Napoluca. sooner it shall Le held, the more beneficial its with the patronage I anticipated, or even thai I iy the Chairman; and Secretary ; that a copyhereof

.. : democrat! 'u to be tru'tod ; and by convenien, not permit your interference. No monarchyshall The cavalry: lo I, dispersed, and took prisoners action. which I was faithfully promised before I came he sent to the family of the deceased,
: i ". but nut very logical 1 conversion-no whig is tn be established in our neighborhood.} Gens. Torrejon, Minon and Gaund, who were i It is important the general welfare of the inure on the condition that I vould came, I desire and that the same l tIC published in the several

L 1 I be djstru"tcdUd the south ought to give her Such !has risen our language ; and it cannot with the party, and delivered them over to State and the success of the Democratic party, to have somewhat to say thus publicly be. newspapers cf this City; and that the Soreme -

.' confidence and her votes to the wbigs ; and to be denied that while we hold this language Col. Chins, at Puebla, together with two that suitable persons shall be selected: as candidates fore I bid a final adieu to a State that I have ) Court and District Court of the United

those individual! whigs, "particularly! Mr. Win which is j j.f1 and proper, and which the whole American deserters whom he found with the 'I for the offices of Governor, and to represent sincerely loved; in whose prosperity and character States be requested t to cause the same to be

throp, who have been most uniform and are nation is prepared to maintain-we are responsib'e part I regret tint in addition to these c the State in Congress and the Demo. I have felt deeply! interested, and un. entered upon their minutes.On .

the mon decided! in their adhesion to the extreme f for the qjiet and well-being of Mexico lures I cannot add that of Gen. Salaza, P'1 i cnitic party of the State, in a National Con. wisely (perhaps) adopted as the land of all motion the meeting adjourned.

s 9' anti-slavcry view on all these questions so far a foreigners are concerned. If we rendered himself infamous by his cruelty to \vntion to nominate candidates tor, the lieuPresidetucy. others, I preferred calling by the endearing THO. DOUGLAS,

"'i not permit others to compel her to con. the Santa IV prisoner The scoundrel was and sacred name of home Chairman.
A Touching Co'i'ras/.-We find the following dac herself 'beco-rcs a civilized nation, i in the city a few days since, upwards oftwen. And it Is immaterial where the State Con. The fine arts and artists are considered by JOSEPH BRANCH, S actary.

; in jhe Sew York Mirror, of 1'uesday Incomes our duty to do it ; and horn this ol, ty-four hours, with his family, and the author. rention bball be held. Many believe Talla-! he uninformed as unimportant, useless, and, at
.. S Jut : ligation we may, not shrink. It is in eridence ities, learning his whereabouts, sent a body ha'see would be tin most appropriate: place. jest, secondary considerations, only worthy New Change." Are you in the exchangs-

The streetslhis morning werefull of great too, that at this very time the peace soldiers: to arrest him, but unfortunately he I disagree with "Troup" as to the right of he support of those having money to throwaway business, stranger V inquired an untamed hoosier -

: coated' ,gloved: and! booted men, hurrying wh: party in Mexico-the quiet' order-loving a. had left the city about two hours before it was representation in the Convention proposed. or to give for charitable purposes!- from Sundown, at the counter of a Lroker'lorIice

E. ., their red faces to their warm countimg hous rnong, her people! -avow their fears that "if a known he was hero. All these prisonershave lIe suggests that each county in the State be The reason of this is obvious ; the mass of the in Wall street. ** Yes, sir : what amount the

: Os and stores, and we taI pretty young girl peace lt negotiated and our army withdrawn, been liberated ou parole. The policyof entitled to a delegate for each and every fifty people, and e\'enthe most intelligent classes of do you wish exchanged V replied

t of the tender age of nine or (ten, with her : Ibf.m again become the prey of the horde liberating these men I think extremely democratic vo'cs cast at the last election for society, do not rightly comprehend the uses and broker immediately. Wall*,' give me two

I bare feet and arm, and an old suck on her I reckless! worthless, military chieftains, doubtful. On parole they can go where they Governor and member of Congress &c., and advantages, as well as the enjoyments,derived small knives for this big' 'un depositing aa

: '. .. thinly clad 5bolJrl into which she was whose only means of living has been, and is, please, anJ among their own people can say such counties as did not cast that number of rom them, which nothing else could impart, immense tooth-pick on the counter. 'fie
4. 4 thrusting the and dirty paper which] the necessity for their services growing out what! they please, which enables them to do such votes, and all fractions of 125, or over of and more especially from the works of the broker went into convulsions, and the ceosier

the raked out of the gutters. Nobody utoppci of the tlurhance created by th :m lve3.I us much moro injury in exciting the people to such votes in any county,also be entitled to one faithful zographer, or Jit .painter, the only be. sloped !

In gaze at the strange eight ; but i was not a I Thefampirt5 are novdiipersed ; and if we acts of hostility t'nau if they were never taken delegate in said Convention." ing, save God, (who decrees otherwise,) who A Point of: Order.-In the New York LegS
strange one and that was the reason why nobody's I wiJlre.eslablish in Mexico the government of prisoners, and their ir.fljence: not confined to Since the election dour worthy Governor, can render the countenances of those we love "slature: a member paused in the midst of I

hair stood on end at seeing it ; and to 1821, and leave ten thousand of our troops in such parts of the country only as they could I has not Mr. Cabel been elected! Congress 1 1 -who we arc compelled to resign to the dark remarkably windy speech, to tate! ar drink of

i Ice that young creature employed in such a her capital!, and troops at other points!, she muster couragn to'i it. As an instance in and have not the whig! elected! a majority in graveimmortalThe! only one who can water. Another member named BIoss! row

manner, (earning her poor breakfast doubtless, I can well afford to pay the expense of such proof of what I siy, I am told! I by a gentleman the General Astemhly of the State 1 If the say, with a degree of truth-the paradisian to a point of order. Every body stared, wiferiag >
and then to see the well-clad crowd rush |i'r.vwithout t army in consideration of the peace and pros. who camo up with Col. Johnson's train from Democrats who elected Governor Moseley, serpent not excepted !_u Thou shall not surelydie ( what the point of order was. **W***

) speaking to her, was enough! to make perity would guaranty to her. Such. a Vera Cruz, that on entering one ofthe mall and t for whom from that single fact, a beneti. ," or Thy days shall ba more than three *s it said the speaker. I think, sir,"con

one turn a Flurlrite." course proceeding would give peace, quiet, towns at this side of Puebla' which was an cent right in representation of the Democracy score years and tentJ! The difference beween tinued Boss! it is out of order for a to*
p -- ----- and prosperity to Mexico, and atonceterminite advantageous position in resist the advance of of the State is desired, had continued the fine arts and the mechanical (t falsely mill to go by water."

; &Will lOU have a IailSan 1" said a newsboy the existing war and the expenditures Col. Johnson, Gen. La Vega (who, together shoulder! to shoulder would Florida be rep. denominated the useful" in companion with ,
lady
.' to Mrs. IJa1in on. attending it.: with his brother Col.! La: Vega, taken at resented in Congress by the lIon. E. C. Cabel, hejfiner: arts,) consists in the former being that What Sex l-It appears that a young
I .Will I have a daily son ? Why you lit. Huamantla, and Gen. Ileren, taken at Ccrro \ whig, and what is worse, a Winthropite 1 which is necessary to the well-being of the hailing from Pbiladelphia, -hu made her *?-

.' tie scapegrace 10dare you insinuate a.gainst Curing most of tho modes now Gordo, came up with; tho train on temporary Would the last General Assembly of the State mind and heart ; the lajtcr what is requisiteo pearance in one of the medical lecture rooms

r ,, a lone woman home :0, in. in u'e, the Jci-By l too much impregna.ed parole) addressed the first knot of his countrymen have: been prevented from a discharge of its the ease and comfort of the corporeal man. in Boston. The MeJical: Journal of BostOn

t f" .. d ed.1 I g'ie!: I won't leave a diy son My with salt, and is not as a consequence so he met in tho town, and asked them why duties, iho first day of the session, by Whig Who, then, Messrs. Editors, blest with the says :

poor dear ia:> used tl complain: awfully when fine f for eiting. fly the following; process they were not up. It would ho much safter to caucuses 1 faculty reasoning, and capable of placing a Mus; Blackwell made her appearance in the

I prcwntedUiim with a yearly ton. A daily this dilTicnlty is prevented, ald beef will keep these men confined here, or send them The democrats in many of the counties just estimate upon the inventions of intellect, lecture room about two weeks ago. She i is &
.t KVI, indeed! Heguntuululcupslartimp !" keep till the following summer : To 8 gallons to the United States.It where Governor Moseley received majorities, can for a moment persuade himself that the pretty little specimen of the feminine gender

) and tEen clJ woman (aied or 01 turkey r water, add :1\ Ibs. 'of brbwn sugar, 1 quart is impossible to say when tht"reVm be a were defeated in the elections of the last year ; : wants of the mind and tender affections of the registering her age attwenty-sevenncrtuto.

tail lau to Keep her swooning. ',molasses, 4 oz. of niflt and fine salt I i itt movement towards any of the cities still in tbe and in other-counties' where his honorable op. icart-the satisfying the cravings of the so. Professor; Dickinson, of, South Carolina,.DOff

:' will Mint: an egg. This i is enough 2 possession of ths enemy. Tho commander. ponent, (0\.. Call, received majorities, the cial ties of consanguinity and love.-the per. Professor Theory and Practice our1i

'. The dear IiUJefclQw.-h Ma, has flour been common quarters of Jrtf It has been re- in-cliief confident, perhaps, of a peace result. democrats though few in number, girded on petuation of one's family connexions and ill the New York University. She comeS in.to -

..; .:.J-.\ sick I" M : 1 why no, you sarpint What ealedly tried and very fine ; a famous iug from tho proposition of which it is said the heir armour, came boldly to the contest, and friends, and the becoming dignity with which the class with great comosuretakes offher

FF t under the canopy made you ask that question 1" eefeater says i is the only good way.-South. Mexican Government has made, is not disposed riumphed. man should clothe himself :are the J least impor.tant bonnet, and puts it under the seat, (exposing:*
: .. Coz, the Expretn says Flour is better! I era Cultivator.Married. to disturb Ihe deliberations of tho Govern. And shall they now be called upon by their considerations of all that can contribute fine phrenology! ,) take notes constantly, a**

I I 4. don't see how it could I* LcUor ef i hadn't nrjit t .Queretaro by Bending an expedition Republican brethren to halt, right-about f face, tu o the ease, comfort, and happineu of the human maintains,throughout, an unchanged contV
; ; ,. f been irta; nor how it could a been wuss if .-In Mt. PJeasent Iowa, on the II n that direction, or to create new causes of and surrender the trophies of Progressive family) ance. The effect on the class has been g*

: V it hadn't been sick That' the how on'l, morning of tie 1 J uk uh., byJ.T. Morton, Esq. animosity by making additional conquests un- Democracy" to the shades out-stretched in. The art of painting has been estimated by and great decorum is observed while she '*

: l;' S mother." -Juke !" "Waal, mother ?"- (height, six et three inches,) Silas G. Weeks, til Ihe result ofthe proposition is known.A ictivky 7lany the most eminent and the greatest of men in present. She wrote a capital letter when she

: .You'll be tlia death 0 somebody, yet 1"Yetbem Erq. of Warren County, III., (height, six feet bearer despatches from Washington democrats believe that the Conven. ancient and modern ages, as fir superior and applied for admission, and brings recomnjn-
,' 1" four inches) to Mrs Mary Uobb, of Mt. Pleas arrived yesterday with Col. Dominguez, andit tion should consist of one democrat from each more exalted than all the other productions of aliens from eminent physicians in Philadahia.

ant, low, (height lo six feet one inch,) making is possible that an onward movement maybe county, and the number of democrats from the mind of man-for MAH, being th, noblest! .

.S : JI n. Geo. Poiu.lexler, formerly a pou. total) in height o six yards and eight inch ordered. If it is ordered coon, there is Jitle each, should be the number that each county of God's creation, and as the Psalmist says -- orator
S iog Whig, took ultra Democratic a es. if any probability of resistance being ,baa in the General Assembly of the State. u awfully and wonderfully made," even tore A r.t&a out west, in apeakiag of an *

: tho MiMiwippi coventiuD. and made a fierce Tbo heighl of their happiness,' U not allu. 'ffered' to our progress. There is not at any This ii the writer's opinion. But if'this rule but a little lower thai the angels"-to be out lhat.-a-ay,said that be spoke an hour" and

S a auadc on .Mr Ca': Lexington: *j>ccch. ct 1e to.-y. O. Time I no point that I can learn, sufficient men andS I of nprnnilltion'liich has been well tried, represented by the pencil of art so faithfully half and was sensible to the laif.


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Another more of our adversaries. General Scott' Sn peE lon. and baring $eton tire the .Woody matrass,: Martin: Smith
TIEJJLOBXDIAN With the permission rf the Sentinel,we will continue True to their fault-finding propensity, the wligi put out with the carryall anti -horses in the and Forvranlin: Icrchanfs,

to call the attention or our readers to ouch development are making marvellous complaint about the suspension direction Marion C. taking the boy will No. 62, 'Poydras Street,

"LET Uf ALONE. and facts as show into what plight the of Gen. Soott. They do not wait to hear them. The discovery of the murder was NE\V-ORL"EANS. LA.

whig party has pet itself. That there are ernua what this was done for. They have not learned the made en Sunday morning, from the fire har.
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: W. M. MABn.X-C. W. M1TH-THO L. THOR.fJlffert JAMES TUCKER MISTEK.T .
Saturday February 12, 1848.WEarevatbrized troubles in the camp every one must see. That extent of the commander's fault. They know nothing ing communicated (to the woods, ut to rceneof taJ. ,
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Il ur.derined avail SjrIf cf thi rndeo.a
the action ol what tells them and the tragedy which drew the attention of '
these troubles about
are greatly embarrassing it. save rumor even ,
IV. A. I>stwick S. S Ta'Ja'oassee.
Arpvle, Sibley, informins the jnbiic th*' the nwGLA5 Sesn'er, -
to tnnouaceGen.VIL- the party is equally eri
fJAM BAILEY a candidate for the office of Govcmorof upon these things t* show by what steps error ctn- that Scott is suspended and that Mr. Polk pave the search, the mangled! bodies cf the murdered February !'., 1S4S. 3
this State, it the ensuing election.jy. founds itself, and work its own defeat, and also to order for that purpose. The reasons, the causes, the men were found, as before stated. Pursuit K-ys. This boat is ftr .nzly bout of th- tef ma- :
postponed till hat Mm Jay in March. l-naNa-id rrnpelled by two rnx m,,, and We! in t r
mp s
show that the democratic party has only to keep proiocaticns for this act they care not to enquire was immediately made, and the negroes were
, Rev. M. W. SMITH will preach in the Protestant GAPSDEN SHERIFF SALK carte tnm one I.nr.iirrd ion barthen. or 400 !hvaI lrs n; I
true to its line of duty wi.ile such detraction rules about. This will appear tery strange to reasonable. overtaken in Marion ( and brought to Lump. cnftoi:, vltI h aitabe! crfirnrvf-d.'if.ria- R
: Methodist Church in this city on to-morrow Y virtue of a writ of t>ri fjcias. is;'jd (rem ,
the counsels of its opponents and success will si rely niprrjud.crxlmenjet it is the true state of the ca'e.ii kin were an examination was had and theme B the Clerk' OSce of the Circuit Court for l lounty iPe< 'eugene. of liijhf draft, rer nring but ,esentettieht- t I
; nornin. it the u!ual hour. elicited the of the 05 wafer. Un-reby nStin hereto Im t. :
cinf-ssinn ; rerlovm Iriparrniar'.v
attct.d its efforts.If tbese'.tis were ditoed; to give a proper judgment ;particulars by ( f Jack*>n. U' .tr't ir.tfit of Flor'dt,

MASS MEETING the whig leaders were Icn:; vacillation as to cf the tutter, ..sIv: Lave thr> net def-rnx! negrof s Th y were tr 1 lie taken to Randolph t wherein Dar.iel Co ,k is ;pjiMtr.at! : >d 1 P. oi'v ', Scott I b.M am! Cedar nt ail Ke'mI-ssintColioebus.tmv m.-asons of th. year Olween Cs-hun-TI'KS-l

to await the the lat Ibi defet ;ljnt, I have l lemied o >on and wi'' rtpolei( i. ;
' of Leon County. what position they should Uke on the war question, their condemnation till the tacts were before them ? county penaltyf ; DAY moraine ut 7 .'ciock. A. M. al Cedar Keetiry > :
Of the Democracy vile, before the Court-Hot tloor, in the town r,(
their awful crime. .. ..
-Musmsft Democrat.From ttUDAYmttorr.io, Sh oUl oufficieatZ t
have ?
in of the facts they
themselves patron.
and decided to opposition ,
when
only place Whj. wholly ignorant Q-jincy, on Monday, the Ch: day of IVcem', 1- 17. i.
the f
f'eetffnrlrd. interests
The Democracy of Lon County are reeprctMlj to the cause of (their country, when they saw there prejudiced the ca'e ? Is General Sect!, because Le the spirit vf Jft the fullowins: described! pmoerty, ta wit : rwgn ?her? In peet.irm two or trip pr week.shippers:he iroprise.reqesir 55' -

requested to attend( a Mass Meeting was no hope of reliance upon old partyi-suea. and has fu itht noMr. incapable of committing faulty TREASON IN TIIC CAM I'. slaves JetT Dick, Field'.acd >'j>enc r. iLl cheertullv acquiesce in. and man the n.ees.ar' I
levied the
as of Mid! defendant arid
Tallahassee when therefore their only chance was to risk all ina acts? And, if Le should do all wronz. shall it pass A correspondent of the last week's Free suld ujK-n property elmnzeori.4slsothcrncw boat (to fhe line, cf lila, p
be beM ** the Court-Louse in to be t.j s.it.ay j.d wr>t vt fit-ri facias. '
to dsperate came ; they lane not had le>s difficulty, unnoticed ? If these are the premises upon which Press, who i is for Clay first and Ciay all the 15. C. \VF.Nl. s-herilT. t aat-.tb; to the one :x w employrtl. As. soon as prficjMe *"- ,. f
the 20th clay of February inst. this b- si nUt etfsod( fW tri i. the Sn- 4 '
on Saturday, nor is there less uncertain'} as to the man who shall the alleged error of his suspension is predicated, it time, makes a terrible onslaught upon his political Nov. r,, 1M7. J6 I5v JAMLi IIir. I). S. wsnn.e rlv-r: ti fi. I'pper S'rin4, and also p un the fr

to elect Delegates to attend the Democratic be elevated, in this game, as a candidate (for the is giving an infallibility to that officer mshirh the brethren who manire tade 5re t->id until the Withlac.inlti ri% r r'm
Rrsl Monday in Jjr.uarv i iH.ij .
State Convention, \\ Lichvill assemble at highest take-the Presidency. Their great trouble people will nice to no nanIf the are not the rifice principle, In snbser\e expediency, lit { : The tove ji.le hastb :en postponed until tin The u'tIsr4irn.1t! wmH further Js'e that h.. ansI m

:, Madison Court House on the THIRD MONDAY now ito settlethi point ; and the alternative they premises then it would hat e been but derrnt to wait mdtiixia'vred!: : !, ia a blunt way, u is true, a se.m.d. fin-mt M >nd. y in IVlmun.Jnuirv cthi pr'tprietors of thi Uut. have arsiled! thrrr -
"
the
selves of
: prc'i-nrs rf an Ml entitlod. At art firarro
have chrsf is indeed a tran?? one They are sadly for some knowledge upon which a luJgmrnt could .. frrhike: t smii ,,t this Iij.i' irRpeflhlu5, s, isis. 23A .
\ vsriavi.rs
and
MABCH NEXT, and in lake any other nieas- e \ or st a loss to decide whether to run a man who has be fnunded, rather than condemn the Administration tlo'.izh itss h.vn'-st, of Iiim whiihvmotLerhovd.'L'i..t Card. nee ricer, ansI I for otli r rtiirp"*** thi-rrin m nfio ir !. :

HUB necessary to secure the permanency ni no avowed political principle?, T one whose views without a hearing. i' r CIaII.'Is' trie! l;.\vin.i : enarferlat th* last .?s.ion of the Lrxi.lalar. of lh. .

Republican principles. A full and general are kncwn to accord with their own-whether to run This however, u in cliaratter wit I, the whole "V 'hat rvi nee ham,' v.e that! !lie) ((ipn. THE! education imnortanc.of _youth. is a ssrvice of ir.calcnta. State of Florida ; that they hate recently orxwizeif ,
ne j.r whicn money ra-it ( their company puressot tie th* prr>vi.i ns f Vid arf.
attendance is most respectfully solicited. a n3 huts man," or the tnit'odnnent if whir ery.TaUor course of the whig* towards s Admtnsrat nn. It Taylor) advocates this principles; of j the wliij; Hibly be an juvalent.; The teacher, like the under the rum ind .tcie r.f th} Honda Sht. Internal ,..

or Clay.** IJcsides what we have hereto- is a sacred axiom with them, that Mr. Pour ran dn [party ? Nnnf. Hr t ts'lk!! us lie \vutilJ haverib'ui physician fixes en Certain reasonable rites, nereh Inrovrmrr.t and Steam aviation C-jmpanv. ? -

Vhat' the Matter I lire md on this subject, we rnvc now to add some nothing right, and they are governed Ly tbi axiviri f.'r Jackson lie SM> tells! us !b, '.i'oiidIiamt' for convenience ; and, like him, receive, the speci'tie The Cor'pary will
Our neighbor is too |*tuifnt. He does not lili thing as to the viewsof one who is prominent among in all their reasoning. Even the few cf their leaders .t.'d fr Clay.! Tbi.s protra that the Whoever l amount knows aa honorarium not (his is truly, not ignorant.as an equivalent. of which :lc* notice will be tiven, for pircbainc ill
I.elba and other pr-nlacf i f the cr- ntr*, or make .
our Allusions to whif distractions en the Presidential them, and who speaks boldly \hit he thinks. We who justify the war, jet denounce him trios.! democrat Lair us Inrpt* a s5.nrc of l.is pat A faithful teacher Iu* no ii-art for djnninjj. The berth ci adtaic; noon ail property shipne

question. He says that we would be very much mean Mr. Dolt, of ViriEa.in unmercifully, lest they might be p-jity of abandoning -I ronape as tl.-f uhi! <. He also >ay< he iriii cndersisn l, after a single notice toward the end when rvnired As i n ss* practicable a line cfj : \l\\

to Mr.! CLAY substituted for Gen. TAVix Whiz the rar.dioate of To (if (the term, will iuvariaMy, without hesitation, nlabl will be esTaSIL-h the \
pleased ee letter to the editor rf the Richmond the leading articles e>f their Uifh. Onew< ud! net r\o as any party. j p-.ickrf Sy Crrapawhttwftn
the whig candidate, and .c<) on. Well, il of him lintlrrlhcxe circumstances chose contusion at once, with any one who may impo C-Jir Kejs and New York and New (Vt sliJHS;
>m as he takes high ground! against Taylor, and in favor suppose that the many blunders they Lave fallen into rote for jtrcrcstha .r on him ia this inat.tr.
t Iaan. for th
of freight anti .
this i is so, and we read the thunder aright, Ih-rf is Clay. lie denies the ss ertion, which is going the by this conduct, would teach them to be more cautious all oar prc'iisi.i'as InprincijJcx ere but en HENRY ALLAN. thereby sccurinz? conveyance to all its pi'troa. a safe pa.mee.-ts.a-vl ,%!* .5. a

every probability of our l>cini gratified-S ut what'sthe rounds of Whiz pipers and we obserie is copied iu- but not fo. If, in ignorance of the farts, they empty rnir.it.Ve have l been onre cfcciredI Talhha ?ee. FeS-uirv .", l' l"j tf r'itoiv mode\ of lrai r>ortiti'ir' rf their prorerl* t.. S

matter with our c<.temptr ry. and why does cur to the Sentinel, that there are only two Southern !,!j d the Administration fur ordering the march to I by vo'injrtor a tnii: ul. te principles wetjidi rith i market ?s well as return carjo to it' i-Uc ofde ':
himVe? had l.niuUy For Tampa Bay. course appear unpleasant to : Whirs in Congress who support Mr. Clav's claims, the Rio Grande, ted (lor withdraw-in troops from i n'jt know, that otzat; to ifach ts a It'ssnn not .
F! steamer GL.\SiO\V JAMES Trcanm in !! exrwd those heretofore char nl allow nlf
whi w-rvi.-.eia rpii new nf ? rr &
hoped that we were d-iing the party and intimates that twenty wouid ba nearer the General Taylor to strengthen Scott coknn, aiiJ soon to !he ffr ;,:t'rn. I cm not u propliet, .1 Master, will sail Irora Columbus, Fiori.ij. ( Iii nr like STvires. l beit a material reduction of cur

letting them know the diversity of feeling in then truth, though that would be und&r the real number. afterwards found< that thes things were advised by iipitl,,'raail I lhe siii ./a pniplft ; tmt I predict Ct-ilar Kee.t: for Tampa Uay.on Wednesday t'rb' rites is confempl itol I st ae.rli! periml. as nun a'C ,

own ranks out of our own State en this important This is a very dilTcrer.i ktatement from that theTahoiteare their pretended idol, Ta\lcr L'mesehf, and were not if the '' Li..s run (.JCII. Taylor, it ivill |be (lay of February in toM. We cook! others who avail tli -m4ivts of The f.icilitie ,riT.-re l to parties of fleatnre arw] c.t bets
pubject. P-ut the half has not L'en spreading abiosd. Can it be that misrepresenta'iOtS abashed and confounded at the awkward diK-ci&a in the lime rai ilir; ,. e of tiif i.urt. i'trtb"rmore! \ may this'optxirt'iniMto s
enjoy a pleasant f\ctri! upon the S'iw.inirei to visit th* Kf at all !seasons f.f the srar, one rf
fill our columns with articles fr .n whig paperi are in behalf of one who, which their ra.haess had thm placed them, it is not eve Sl1.121.dI! ! nwessary River to the Ke\s, and from thence t to Tampa, will the nost lialtliy aid deirKl refreaN for invali : -
in opposition to the General as I.e no-.v tands before it i. pretended,.will be elected by the people almost very wonderful that they ttsll: po on rashly, revkle uhicli pifdoajinatei liirou) }ho'.it the country: fnd all reipii-'i'e accrimmfxlation provi.jrd (for then aid"thrr in the State,aii.1 thl e ufiful and rom iti" : *

the country, and in favor cfCJay, Scott Clayton by acclamationi Yet, -ajs Mr. litt, it has sly, and blindly dealing their MT h"-in': : at I aid thee k. ifK| > sihe.! this proxviu evil, which cociforf, and ale, a cotiveyanr in all respect Naita.bit 'Ct nrvof the Siiwanie will it i i' trpc-W,offer C

Corwin, McLean, and ethers, ia preference t.Lin. been by such errors (wilful :) cf calculation, that Last, by some lucky stroke, to effect the overthrow cf ha' bffii the dnvnful id{ nations arrl empires for the tran smut portati n of freizht and pasveners.Tie iureTt'nt! tn many to avail themselves cf so { lf3- j : !!

The Stntinrl i* g.ot ignorant ft these facts. 1 1vi!!. I Tear, be the do\rnfft!! of or own, Glasgow remain at Tampa about two dj**, ant an emcursott. t
an
public opinion abroad has been manufactured as to those whoa they thus oppose. when >'i will return fo the Ky, and from iherK-f This Compiny havinz hy bdi.remnmd. all I'

The editor well knows that the to-party" Taylcr the true condition cf things in Washington." We It would have been much more prudent ta wnif unless the people; prevent it liy their action." t > Columbus, performing the trip, if is b.lieved, in t.qtrai'P arrin rnent" f"r the converienr avid| as-- It,

This Is I the hont-st ki'iititiseiit, of at least tuothirJi k.F commodation f-f the the solicit its .
movement is getting : onf wc public, patren- I '
jam that, in his opinion- and certainly his opportunities for further intelligence befarecondeianins Mr. Polk.
Sraall by decrees ar.3 beautifully le s." of the witig party J'fiVrcon. >r firtl.er particular"( a' ph" t'' M.'s-rs. J. n.Hjrris -
thought tt be a fine opportunity for ascertaining the fcts are better than He may be right, or wrong-ro one can tell lilt the & Ct, Ma'h'.o-i. Mrt-s'.. D. 1'. Siath: t Co.,, az.Fec rl'r p rficnlar.. pp'v to M'-' r'. P. t*. C .

Intheout-sef.it was tho-e of any letter-writer in Washington-Mr. Clay facts are disclosed. Though no certiin jod53ieBt Coucib'j! or tIbe urid.rsizne. !. SMITH t Co., rolurb.M. \TM-M. SMITH X If AKiTi ; .1It

for stealinz a marsh upon the people, and huabugpng lias a ictich stronger array supporters than is generally can be given upon his cordu t. yet it is not ti be .1 Mr.c n-crr. ; coMessr'LrNAM! 4T RICHARDS. S j
them into the-support cf a" no rartj tfsan"who Toe rrceipttta T3h Febtcury, '4T, were 715. Cf>!nmbus, Florida, Ftbru3rI 1'j: 2t Cedar Keys, or to the ur.tV's'cn! ,
snpttosr4- Mr. Dolt think it would! be ut hardly presumed that Le would take so important
was at heart aa uareleutin whic. Lot the To th* sine period tlu. ytar, 11.1 n. Stowing aa J-'MF.TTCKFR. 5',
terdi'l'' alty t (!lip prii.riple of tiet if the reasonable warratt. Ii! 't -
< party a step without some pa Petit Gulf Cotton Seed. And ofLeM. Pro; ft >r- ,
elt t
hin
ccntinned ref'ifal Gen.TxvuoR to lend touch increase ('1 .L:13: balee. It sli'J continue to code intrrely .
him and take Tailor lie Cut'r.his.! Fl--rida, January 22, l.tc. 2: J Is. .
it
whips were to drop ap career and 'ionsne-ss renders bat too probable S\nC5 .
Petit Gulf!
patty sc-hemcs," and his repeated reiterations aad prices Lie dec'.ined s'lice our io.t tul.y I genuine Cotton Seed,
say he is nt prepared to sacrifice the character he that he Las strong prnnnd for his action-strong .i Fcr sale oa conainmrmrsnrhe toJ. 1 f
thai if a candidate tt all, it weald onh be froa the 4And we new riile: c\rr.irs: >: a Ojj.o City TaxCollcctor's Sale.
has acquired in public life, b;. \ ieldir; I.- principles evidence for hi- just iticaion.Printers. R. FOr.TL'NH, '
spontaneous call oft he people, irrespective of patty, IVo. r, I" IS2'J At (the Tin Mantifactprr. BY ViRTUHof authority vested in me by law, I
the of xrhnsis pelicy, if elected.
to custody one
ha%. aroused the baby," awl w e row see a hauling .-In a recent adJreu made by Gen. P. j jTIEECE ;; i T r \ n i hav* liiis dnv l-'vifsl upon and will! expor S. 4pu'i'
; if veiled in secrecy and mystery. And it is is such ,ic bri.rs tIe Cotirl-hoisse .ier ire thsCii' I $
cfT; and a demand for something more deSnite from to the citizens cf Crfncord, N. II., who had | Departed this 1U: on Sitr.day cteniiiz, te!: "jthult. Furniture Carpets &c. for Sale. ,,
nf TallJ" flnrinz lral h the 5rt ?
liczuage throughout his Utter, that I.e el 1 cws how isee. *>ur' nit OB- I, t4
the Centralbefore ctiusmjttiii; ta Lira the reias of unwise end pitiail i<* thinks the conduct <>f these ast-fablcd to welcome the gallant General Lome at 5 o"clk, at the rtsid"nr if A. Fair. F.j: 1 FAIR cf hand-mrna Mah 'nnr Parlor Courhes, din in March. 1-.t'! ., the loilowin property, to nil 0

government, and the uncertain .o'ce of the wing (from the war, the !-llowin? tribute was paid by the M:dioa County: Fa.,Major ior; F.T D. THOM \S, I handsome Mihi>:anv L'cxtlv Ca-e. with drars Lots r.iicrbers S3 and SI, bcins and IVIM in the ,.
who would elect "aior without knowing his principles. and dvsi '.' l.arsiom. Carpets, 1 Doi.e} Wheel I'j- nti! half of county quarter within thee limits '-' j .tI
p3I t.c. Th idea of a National Convention was at speaker to the patriotic displayed by the printers a citizen of Madison, but furnerlv of Mirlb'-roujh ,
In aioth pisee he say., Ie will not, tv tent Corn-Siieiier, the nost a;>j>roved article ii use. the City of Tjlaha! se, or so touch ther4as nill -
first utterly repudiated as a thing entirely unneceary *- giiinz ia his adhesion to a candidate, whose principles in this war- District, S. C. App!> to j R. rorrn.rcF, pa[ the City Taxes due thereon for the. year H-17.

-Mr. CLAY had been Lent.1 to lacccrHiu? to unknown to him,** be brought to the confession And Concord, too, wa well represented ac Rgthen. Hi death xras mn'J1.en. In perfect health, he was Fti 3, i182'J At the T.n M-iauUctury. Levied Olson a* the property| r>f R. RafSfrfy. and to I

4 liis veracious organ, the Louisville Journal, that he are There was Henry Cal'lnslt-vne if tie! | mono* his erect to JefTerson Conr.ty in z tvro horse be cold (or cash. JOhN \VILSOX. .. ,s.
that his p.'rtizile' and t forts azainst the Lrattst 5Ci! determined e ''Idirr in the arny. There j Tax Collector's Sale. Fcbrartl5l.2 City Tax C.-llenrr.
}ielded his claims in f.vcr cf the General-If w as to wajon, they! became frightened sod u&aanajdble, A,1.
contending party Inve beea factious, and stimulated was 'erg3Kt S'owell, who xva- sii it, plutub throuah j
to Washington to cake a public declination, and and in his to off the sadiflehorse, p virtue cf the thr-ritv v. tel ia rre' j hwI I
I attemptin:
go the heart at Churcbu o. A* hn iat I'eath tlwd! jurip Gals of Negroes.IX .
desire ins out tee CM.'S in. -I) .
to
only by a put4he anc sin!I expose for f\f.\ before the Court Hou ,
TAYLOR would be tak .n Mp and elected ans.t by tie whispered t" ne-Do the bu\s say I btl.avt d well j jif his fuel hun; in the stirrup and in that cnuiitiv'n he e
obedience to Peer** of the Circuit Cru't of
What satrstbe Sentinel this f Are the Ta>lor- door, in the city of Tsl.ahss.cs- the fir-t Monday a
acclamation. But hww is it i-ow ? CLAY is in a' I Lave, write lionic to rrv |>eot ie. Then tlit-rt < was draped a mile and a quarter. In a state of iaen I' in August next, the! fiilortinjd'- Ti!>trd property. < r Leon Cour.ty,'raa 'e ar.dlentrrrd at its Fall Terra
"
and stimulated
ites in Florida faction
!
only by 5v.rzear.t I'ikc .tio had L. l gL .t ctl ia dvir.cins -
Washington.but where is his public withdrawal ? wa ; < > ;bility i.e was found near Mr. Fair', and carried so much thereof will suffkrier.t to pay the Stat Is! <7, in a c-JUe therein dv'pfndic ia which .essj !. :
desire toclutch thespols.M Mr. Dctts ir.tiniteslhat along on a causeway swept by three battcri I and tasr' due thereon for the 1" Chiirosartil Green H. Chain-s are Cfmpliraat. ant .
Are we to deduce it from the vote cf the recent whig the to his house. It was hoped that, a'thourh he was County year t r ,
this is theca e with thw who go Lr Ts\lcr bile i i.r- 's. Two amputations, which did not answer ; J Sw-tion 15 Town.hip I I. R.mne I, N aid E, Ar.relma fl. Cfcaires J.dmicisfrafer of Tom Ftt- .
caucus, with but, as the lnteltirncer says few dis. were > >rlorried, aid a third was deemed hurt he might recover. Every tttcntisn pur
seriously
purpo | j Chaires deceased.} Defendants, the under
ncrantof his viewsof public policy, and he ?ay that ; porting to U-lonj to \V. G. G vild. are we.
renting voices, that a Convention to nominate Prtt- iiop -le'<. Die Le; mus, it wa, thought. I know was bestowed upon him by that kind family, and A. A. FISHER, Sheriff sizi.esl: as CorjaoisMonerf under said Deere, will 4

idential candidate mutt be lulj? This vould be those liews are "veiled in secrecy aid myctery"Shall better than they da, be mid. I'll try another; and \ medical still was inciedialely called in. but his and rj- t$tio Tax Collector Leon Co. sell, iti the city of Tallahassee.rn Tuesday the 13tliof S 4
we consider this as aa cf vtltig tactics when they cut it again I hop thev e'.i1cut it Dtl.8f'' .
Convention .' Because exposure January 29, l S*. 2S Ftbmry text, at public a'iction. roth highrbiiJer -' .
curious. Why is a necessary by one who is in confidence of the party ? it will stay cut. A'third anipu!jf 10:1: was perforrr.t-d I frame suffered too much to bear up under the many for sh-about EIGIITYpNEGROES, .>r L
cfthe wilful obstinacy cf olS Zac to surrender to and he lived through it. He aVid the ther' named | of
he sustained ar.d after to
If \ve wvre to Lint that such despicable motives bruise ; speaking many | Strayed, many thereof as may be necessary to raise the sei- S .
fullyunequivocally And it may bcfafcly were printers. In the new U-vir, the printer *\- i iceed ciiled in said Silt
whiggery- of iiecvev.
rat to
his friend, I.e gently and quietly sunk to rest as ''im money j
prompted the Tzylorites, there would b* no end to cent. tho.. of other j "T'nOi! the Rail Road P -pot. on the l ,th in*'an I
said that unless he %ields to their clamor, he will hy twenty per e any voa j I X b< c.ntin'it!. tf rectssarv. frora dan Io day.
the abuse of us. Let us ;?c l.f.v Mr.! Celts \viil gtt ion ; and 01 account v'f their nifelisiire! ami high above indicated. a yotin:: moose colored MULE, with a blac GREET CIIAIRES, > "
cot be the candidate of the whi; party. In this state stripe down herbirk A liberal reward will be paid Comtn'ccne IS. .
kind father
ofL spirit Th'c hive proved the n'tt efficient soldier, 1:1 ( Major Thorns was a fond h'J'jand, a JAS L. TOMPKINS j1Ja.nary"
cf affairs it requires so crcat ioaouut of fort-sight toMB the Ccid/ I for her return and delivery at the Depot.
friend. Should ln.
an affectionate ion, and a ISJ?. 23 fda :
From whit he says, it seems dt'crnln d that the generous j January 29, 1.I I-}. iS Ct
why Mr. CLAY has been" beset by leading whig cf his old friends in Marlborough
'I.is meet the r f -
*" whigswttl hold i National Convention, and he iso Tajlorln Xcvr York. eye soy Hill School. .
from various sections cf the country, as the Senti- opinion that Central Taj lor will cot be its nominee, If we were totelieveall thzti nidbythe TAY- j District, it will bt- a consolation to them to | Sweet Orange Trees Orange ,
tiers to decline and it n jed takes pleasure in iftfornvirve tl-- .
correspondent ajji"not ;
kii'.w that, ihoch: l be died (rum l.-cce, and in a innn SWEET OKANGK TREES tuen THE $ S *
if he shall nctJbeUre unveil his principles. How LOB journals cf the enthusiasm fciufor their favorite years that they hiveestablisheti a ROARDft ,
require as little! sagarity to *?e that CLAY will be cf he laded f.r nothing that'mniit I I ll/UU ola, lor sale at ': eacli by the tIp'>. by '
hnd
'
stranjrerr. < J ratjriiul and location .
could SCHOOL th healthy
he be ? A ivhig contention will nominal \vf should be led to the conclusion that i.o one at >
tie whig nominee. The TAYLOR prints cay wriggle allot: iate his suflerinzs, and restore him to his tarni;y i N. L. RAKER. Oraneilill.. Wj;h-T.r* TI C"'s-.ty. r'l.-rWa. wirh th t
candidates therefore unless Le I. rf for the
whig : decres in- else was spoken Ligh ofF.ceof President. .
i January 2'J I---! LN f.t
and i uirm, as tame cf them da, and hist about But he has aii bo-.v imp ortar.t the view of trahli self a whig, he cannot belie mac. li (tlie King But their is abundant evidence to the contrary, at gane; warnng"Ieye
the 'it Mr. ROBERT: ItWINDURX
defeat a fourth time, and gum ing i i.to the Corucnlia Hi in Florida had Thy have engazed rvrces -
with veteran GMBLEE," and ali that, tut put him forward a' a no-party candid.te," it wil least in the Dnpire State. The Whig Young Men's aleoready. deportment G. W. KUTCHINS, a graduate (if ;he UniTerMty of Nun '% 'S -

be a "tarrenderof (whig) principles." Dut suppo.e Committee in the city ef New York, recently at- { sH-cnred to him the friendship of all who associated Cdrnlini. Orange lull U pleasi-itlv sitoaVd tlcHolmes' rI
it will not do-TAYi.orf. orthodoxy is distrusted, disrocsolate widow and AUCTIONEER milrs f Marianti. 5' f
bIt V ilev
Las .
with hin. He a I roau. twenty west >
Mr- Clay is nominated, what will those whigs dowho tev.pt ed to nominate him, and the vote ua tire tar i iTajlor
and this distrust evinces itself in the call for a Con children tomourn tEir loss. T-aytiisy experience T.lLI-tn.lKSEE, JL.1.LES iidi.-fact fhi'ty or forty miles from theGuiiofMes- t 4
have already, pledgedjtherasehts to vote for and/i / him The eight
yir against Lfjarcssii <
vention. CLAY will net decline, in spite of ourtieighbor's the iv* cf the LiuLthat God will Le a father O \ in any part ff the county attended to, and ico and abotrtid- the purest free store wat -r. atfcrdins 3
Taylor ? Speak cot cf it Tim is trouble net fo be the 13th ult. coir.inenJinz trm. ems- j pron> O re.ectlalIy.solicitcJ.H. a roost delightful and healthy retreat in stfaucr -
broad insinuation that such a course will [
and tubar to the ividrw. 5
fatherless
home in anticipation. Some of these have wisely; The whig party of New York is ,n
afiord to the democratic party an amount of satisfaction modified thcii pledge, and rendered it subject to the core"- when Gen. Ta'lr cet-ips before the pfij.leax Ills remains were interred ot Madison C. II : and I HONP, Esq., j I.LOTD & Fucr, They deem themselves fortunate in the selectioicf f,

surpassed only by the uccess of their own can a ,rlu the enthusiasm rtaturaliy to be created tam 1 cuyf ut tope that his spirit is j:"ne where the J. W. AHGTLE. n j IX C. XViu-o, E*]. their s'tnation. since they believe it to be rue f .j l '
choice of the National Cons ention.
the rritxf healthy locifior. in the State and ore a; jj
didate. his creat spruces arid lustrous runwitl b* excite j and the at January, 1'-14. 27
Mr. Eotts' le'ter had effect in Richmond wicked ce-nsa Irora troubling weary are which there few allurerrents vice I 1j
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an exciting are as a cor-
Bat why does the Sentinel take our allusions to -Lqit 2 to 40 i* alout Vie ratio cf his potiluin nose
A FlUENt ?
where Lfcre cearly all were considered Tajlorites. anontIie trhig /.\' IP Yofk.'" j re>l. Thomas Jeff. Heir, iidention which shotilJ beef paramount invpcrtMw- p
these distractions th. ranks of The" harmonious"wbifi
Christian Advocate Charleston and srurdlan. As they re e.t-
to paretit
It felt, sas the Richmond Enquirer, like a Says the Tribunt J fJMercrrry and ATTORNEY AND cftfNSELLOR AT LAW, every perf t tT 4
: Due intru their children af fhis -
j so unkindly : it regard us as ucatinz own pljre they y.s
ding" in a matter which is cf ? If bomb-klifli" smor.p thtm. At a whig rneetins S.) fir a' the whin hereabout are net nnronr| pl<-ase espy.nr.NRV T"17ILL pract>e in th? Circuit Court in tacit only intend a? all times to keep a s od and c'-rrup-

no ccncetn ours soon after its publication, they were arad! : to paeen proinisi'nrly for Clay, they are for Webster. Corwin- [I WALKER cAnsst.sun of N. W.W.lter I T 'I County of the Midl.e Circuit, and in the i>uprtT.e tent teacher, but that board hall be obtained c'pui: s
o, why is he *o ready to .!aw up the 'internal tesclution TaUcr Clay or Mcl un, rather than ar.y man who<* |x sitionsandqualificatiens &qf St. Mivk, nondi.dirJ at Jil-pa, Court and United States Dirtntt Court at the most reasi-nibte terms. b
coaplinieUary to lest it
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commotions" of ths democratic jarty ? Why is he are
Mexico, D nabcr 1 1, Ii47. rent ar < -
might be deemed li expressing a preference for him January C.', lat?. CLamps -
meddling with that which is none ef his tusuiess ? Eieirrentary Department. $10 fe.. -
LU .
other candidates for the f-The of the Ealtinore Bun ia the JStl 3 ear et a?
over Presidency. Whv and History
so Arithmetic Grammar, Geography
Let him look to himself. As for ourselves w e shall 6c.TORTEKS ,
r.silive kt an fxpres,ion of opinion ? Are they states that the TAYLOR advocates .pnosed the n >- i ilion The deceased; was a nit it e of Barn well DUfrict, 15 (ftNauifal I
endeavor to keep our readers advised of cfery mo\e- South Carolina and euizrated to Wjkulia County, PATENT PORTABLE COMPOSI Philosophy the l.izher branches of m
doubting as to what course to take with reference to in .he Whig Caucus at Washington, fcr a Nafionil ;
neat of our adversanr, arid if this course disturbs j 1 TION AND LAMPS, a new a'tide that ghrs a MatheunaticstiiehatinGreeka'idFrcnchLam4at.
their slumbers, why Jet it-that', all. They base one, whose political itws, vs Mr. Butts> till then, Presidential Conventi-m. They were ottd FiriJa, when quite a yyjih, where he Las continued brilliant liiht, withcnt tilLcr Cell or smoke. The *, 20 Cr. 'vi

never exhibit towards nodcration 4' ere caiefully concealed a< well from h.s; friend ai down, and the result of the meeting is claimed Ly *o re'-de ever since. ,ubribcr intends kqir.g a supply of the fluid always Hoard can be had at six fo eight dollars per month 4 ?
jet us as a laity any -
his opponet.ls Well done for the harmonious the friends of Mr. CLAY aa caucus nomination: of t When a call was made upon the State of his aiJintion on hand. TTTP second session of this school commenced WR
and we look for none, and ask fir none, id i GEORGE H. 1IEGIXNISS.JanuarvSO. I IJ
universal whig !" They are rich that centlemin. Senator I'rKRir ot Georfia.wa for troops for Mexico, with that patriotism and thelt.rthofJanuary.
irepariag
[
party
onld not give them the poor need of our thanks for IsH.' 2-< 41 ). W. 1IORNE :
Icr the of democrats. ia the tt.e Wl.ig of the chivalry inrfssef'fjs to the Stale of his nativity, he
all thty have to bestow.EccentrIcIty ceaes arauemtr.t us plain caucus, representing GeirJ Tf. P. EVERITT.LRITTON 4 a
may They are having a terrible ght over a bone en which gia L.gi liture, who gave TAYLOR a Legi !athe stepped! fe-i ward, with one of his half-brothers, and Fendets.vNE RARKLEY.GEO. : -

no flesh can Le found. nomination. He advocated a C'oavention. It is joined Captain Livir.;iton's Company cf Florida Volunteers DOZEN SHEET IRON FENDERS, a handJ F. EALTZELL. it

of Great Men. said that a resolution was adopted by the Cauus for the war.pra-tically illn. t rating his opion- some articl" for sale byGEORGE Jar.uiry2-2, lr4S. 27 -It (

41 Old men. are not always wise," said one of old I'roHi the Army. f hiS belief in II. MEGINNISS. J
ion oftetf and freely esnrrsseti. I
again the nomination cfCen. TAYLOR, unless !.. I so 2s. I-IS. 2S -It Jefferson Circuit Court.IN
But ] eccentric We learn by a private letter dated the Hth ut.! January .
they are not unfrequently very -w hould avow himself a decided WLig, and that a ju.tnes of our cause, and his determination to be
tad almost slid inconsistent. For instance-MrCLAT from Puente Nacional, that Gen.Twi&cs is organizing Tax Assessor's and Collector's CHANCERY. T
Committee was appointed to infirm the old hero of with In* country, right c>r wron;
made littU about an expedition against Oraza'ja, and will take a* NOTICE. William Bailey, Adx'r. de bonis rum of John Cl-
a patriotic speech a jta'Ke. had endowed him with a sprishtly volatile
the determination of the Caucus. Wonder it old Nature )
lara, deceased Complainant, w
in the of wkich he electrified the a portion cf his command tie nth Infantry, Major undersigned Tax Assessor and Collector fir _
course auiience he was the life of in THE 4ts
will t.tis .
Ruena Vista surrender time.Or disposition ; every coapanv Couat hereby notice that he will ft.Tilnan .et
with these emphatic words : A. G. JOHN OX* Regiment. Capt. CLARKE and which he was thrown ; he he had! no enemies-not attend } gives D. Purifoy Jefendari. :4 t tIT

Lieut. R. HAYWARD[ of our State, arc attached] >-The Hon. J. P. Hale, the Abolition Senator appearing to the satisfjclion of the Conrt.by 1v 'sI
in
"Hi FELT HALT INCLINED TO AK FOR SOME one ; all were his noah? and he was ever a welccn At the Court H.IU-.C. TalUhass- Friday and
**>* o COKNLK js THE AKMY, ISf WHICH ML to this Reciff.ent. A Court Ma.-tiil was ia session from New Hampshire, has seritten a letter to the I visitor hits ac 'ia.ii ar.ce*. 5v itir.l.illth I and ICtli February nest, affidavit made itt this caus=>, that Ttlraan I). Fnnfoy. 1. '
among ;
*'CT EVE TO AVENGE THE WKO3I'ONLlO at the date of the letter, which Lieut. HAYVTARDwis organ of the Liberty Party, accepting their nomination At the S.hith.iL llouje, it Fort BraJen, on Monday, the said defendant. rwid, out of the State *>florida. '
otTinthe (Jus days he leaves
Hit Cut morning < many [ and in the State ol Georgia, on rrolicn o''lie

.10 CAPTURE COCKTRT.OR LAT HE THOfCIIT A MEXICAN.HE MIGHT" BE ABLE the J .dge Avrcate.? A men.bsrfCapt. TAY- of him for the Presidency, This man was relatives, and it mat be tru'.y vi.J all with whom he At Hth Uiuch'February Cross, Roads, on Wcdne>dav, If.th FcJ/y., soliciti.r lor complainan: It it Ordered, Thar s 4

This American ventime&t.so becoming the speaker LOB*s Company of Dragoons was killed oa the llth elected to the Senate by a union of the wh>*s with me as acquainted, to deplore his untimely death. At Bcard'-s Score, Miccu ookie, oa Thursday, 17th the said Ti'rnan I). Pr.rifny
in iu a fight with a comrsde.Positirety the abolitionists.fJ February, he bill of rorr'->lair.t tied! in r 'tscaB-ie withm fiur 1'
and the occasion, met with co response from ti:, It i is a meUioholy *iti-ifartion to his friends to At Daniel llouck'sCentreville, on Friday, 1 th! February months from the date of the publication of this tider ; .

political friend.. But the I'residency fi ihed before Utter. The Hon. JOH.V W JONES, formerly member Lnow that dath found hint in the line ( f his duty, | or (Ihe said bi'l of mpNint will b* taken far

his eyes, and we Lear hU cice a iinat Lexington Concress, (from Virginia, and Speaker of the Hou't and tint heoSfwd the mandate with a hemming j At Reuben Manning, Maiinington, on Saturday! confes-vif : 1'roriJtd, T'.al a copy of this order l ruSli .
It is well knowa that the Tajlarites hare been ..hed in some newspaper printed in the Middle! .
hth |
rtir.ation.In February, .
of Representatives, died recently a! his resilience in calmness and j 3
from the bejiuning opfx** to a National Contention of all who knew him will At B\rd' Shop, Lake lamonia, on Monday, 21st Circuit of Florida, octe a wek for the space of fut ,
THIS is xo WAR or DEFENCE, BUT rNNECEs- Virginia. (the bosoms a monj j months- (Sisnd.) 1 .
and it i ii tated that voted February, .
ART AND OF OFFENSIVE ACCREM|( N. IT IS ilEX- they against holding unifni erected tr> l Lie memory. A. | THOMAS DOUGLAS. JudDecember -.. i
At School Ho'isc Georze Lake JaAison.cn
too THAT It DEFENDING HER FIRR.1DEI, HER CAtTLES. one in the W Lington caucus lie this as it may, f;>-T renty Sute Lye Democratic Goverrcrs.aadnme .,::7S uth Carolina papers t'len- i.o--. ToesJat, ,near the 2Jd Ft-l>Young's ruary, 15, IS 17. 22 4m '
"
AND HER ALTAR. NOT WE some of the Tselor papers ngard the action of that States Wl.igs. ll ivn look as though the -
At Ken Half's, at Fort Stari.berry, oa Wfdoe3 Alas for the weakrre of human nature! Had caucus as a blow aimed tt their candidate. Tl.t [>eope! prefer to be orerne'/ by Democrats. Washington National Monument. 23dF'ebruary CITY HOTEL ,

(Lay been civilly disqualified for the office of I'rrt- Richmond JirjnJtliran looks upon the Convention For the purpose of receiving returns of tamable property

iient. this last blow st his country's honor would with horror, and denounce the fetters up of it as Awful Tragedy.-On Sunday flight two 'T'lIK J NTior.jl undrsicnf Waslun duly ton Monument aurh riTicd, iw nZent, be -r.-cted for the ake" the in said census County(directed for the by a year late lMv law)|of nd all also cbijIren to-

bit have been uad. Hi* voice would still have .' plotter against both Tajlor and Clay." negre traders from IVrsun County X. C. to the Memory of (,en. Washington, in the City of between the ages ot six and eighteen. It is exected -

I-un. through the land, as in the last war, cheering *' There jj tut one woy of ensuring the fulfilmentcf of the names of THOMAS 1 I'. TEOTTEK and VVj,Siriion, having been deprived cf the privilege that each person will come prepared.;

the citizen at home, and encouraging the foldier in the popular will," u sms. and that i* for the RICHARD I OLTO> were infiriltfrrd in Ilandolph! of calling personally n the ritizms of TaUalias FIRST-To remitTer a fall and complete list, in TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. IJ

the battle-field. But who if ROW comforted by his people tubjett to hit name election their to own the chances mat., ad vf firmly a con rentioua refuse to! C. (ia. near Harrison's Store, l by t\vo i>f their ar.d j>oinlKt Leon Doctor county C., would G. r.\uLj inform ttub-azent them that !i.e to has receive ap- he writing 1st ,January nf all taxable Inf. the property lit ot lands owned contain bv then thttttmbert on rO the! undersigned has been confided intf miflajtuieul -. .

words and example ? No ONE BCT THE ENEKT lottery. With our fortunes in our haids, shall we own negroes TFie particulars, as commu. contribution and signatures during his absence. of the trction, quarter section, tovnthip of this Hotel. J -

deliberately sit down with veteran amUrrt, to a nicated to us hy Mr. J. '1'. Palmer of Lump- Persons disposed to contribute to no laudable a purpose and range, which Ret mu'.t be" sab
bCot.L JEFFERSON DAVIS,the distinguished dera trial of luck, in which tee hare nothing to gain and kin, through the hands of M r. Thornton of the will blie by leaving their subscriptions and name of the person rendering it, and sworn to before S, 1IS. 2i I

'*r tic Senator from the noble State Mississippi, is tttry thing to I fie." same place, are as folleivi : The murdered Lames. with him. W. D. ACKEN. we.SECOKD. Notice.JIX ,
To the of all children of the
give mmes
Ceannil Taylor'f son-in-law. He believes that if Tots shows that the friends cf TAYLOR consider men had encamped (for the night a few miles Feb. 12, IMS. 30 family. or under the control or guaidianshipof the weeks after date, I will apply to the Honorable ;

eleded President* his fttlitr-io-hw will make a themselves as in danger of defeat by the Convention to the westward of Cuihbert, between that ersoa rerderinr between the ages of sis and eih- S Judze of Probate in and for the County of

democratic administration, and hence ad- move. The veteran pamblers" can centrol the Place and Eufcula, Al. having with them the Notice.DURlM teen years, specifying those w hich can loth read and %VekuihIa. fur letters of administration on the estate

oeati i. LO&Da.tion by rb< Democratic tot'*"! Convention, and old ZAC will! have to surrender ortie three negroes, two mtn and one boy. While rnv temporary ahsense from the State, write, those which tan meet! and not terite, ar.d Richard Crowell.Iateol saidConeisvdeeras.4 L '
R/GALBRITH and A. MAIGC are hose which tan neither read nor write, and 'tafn HARRIET at: Cfi'OWELL.
-I A. many ol the whigs sesm to be ana.OiJLot will be pitched overboard without ceremony. ying together on a maims, asleep, the ne.jro authorized agents. my -; also the toucnahip within which such children Newport JtnnarT 2:?. fVlS. ?7 U. .

Kalional Contention, cad talk about reafowtl men took position, one on each side of their PHILIP T. PHAKCE. eside.Ilis -

-czto lrm the General as to It is well known that Mr. Clay recently came fo victims, and at a given signal,cut their throats FebruarY 10,1 1 30 It earnestly hoped that all persons will he prompt, Notice.
hi. wbi ,,,, Washington, with a determination to publicly decline as the time completing: this work is limited to A LL persons havicj claims against the estate of
e should not be surprised if tb.y are being S candidate for the Presidency, and it is with a razor. Trotter was not BO fatally cut Groceries. he 1st March next anti those who ate rlinqiient! ri. Henry P. Heath. late of hamilton Coanty. de- i

J2 oitig U think with the Mississippi Senator expected he will carry out that determination. But as was Holton, and \ras able to jump up, JUST received per Schooner Tallahassee from New rill be double taxed, according to law. The Tax eased, are requested to present them duly inthi-n-

u: elected, h. wm mtke t thorough democratic he has been beset while here by lending rne. of theV'big when he was despatched with an axe The J Orleans, Collector and Assessor may be found at the Court i icated, within the time prescribed by Uw, or they

admInistrat ioL .At all event., the whip do riOt party, from different sections of the tountry, bodies were then carried ofTa mile distant 10 barrels snperfice Flour, louse, in Tallahassee, at all times when not in attendance sill b* batted ; those indebted to the estate, are
lies, to ap- and urged almotl ineeuantly not to do any such at above make prrmpt I
go at 10 recti5 Whiskey, irnestlj requested to payment.
t.at same looseness" for and thrown from a bridge into a creek when precicctsJ.
atrl, tti,, the old thing. -Corrupondenrc of the Sentinel. ft Nert Orleans Sugsr.I "VI?. SHERWOOD, JOHN G. SMITH. I

they. we t. did." What', the Bat. Unless be it choked off be will cot do any such he murderers proceeded fo secure the money No. 1 J.eaf Lard. For ,ale by Tax Assessor and CoUwtor, Leon Covntv. SherirTand e* effirif Administrator. I

hiug." I and burn (he notes and paper of the deceased, February 12,1S4S. SO1 A. E. HOC Tallaharnte.htitsy El. Iffi. 2S January 15. Is 19. M In



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'. Leon Conpty Tax Collector's Sale. Bagging and Rope. L. & H. GREENBERG & CO., Boot and Shoe Mag.THEoncenignfhuing By the President of the United FLORIDA LAND SALE .

]1 _. i.j ifY mtus of the power verted ia me by law, I 7 PIECES 'est Kentucky Barging, Still continue at their old stand ; purchased the States.

'. t I* \ hall r p(.e f"r ale, before the Court House ;10 Coils Rope. For sale by and
Corner ,
Monroe Jefferson *
of
the
i t ,.4 in the my of Tallahassee, on Mondiv, the Cthd BIRCHE t LINDENBERGER. _iRcHrcLD, who i is about leaving Sale,

, \I!! 1'lr.uf Much.! JM*. thr follow in* dl ril.proper. November 19-7. 19 WHERE they are now opening their FALL AND ,_ respectlully informs his friends 111
: supply of FRENCH. ENGLISH, that he is at present at the old stand, where
: thereof
a* wi1LpatbeState public
It,
.f'f. or f'KI
ivTar'dethereon1otbecatI'47 I! 1 : GERMAN AND AMERICAN DRESS GOODS i prepared to execute all work in his line with

.:.;j t. Lands purporting tob loag to A. F. Duval and! the Spices, Pickles, &c. Rich blk Silk.Gro. de Rhine,together every promptness and despatch. He has on hand he fines

i I.,.; tfni'iti. Uink of Florida : TT.NDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkins, Mangoes. Onion description colored and fancy Silks,Parisian Plaids of calf skins, and aliolt! of materials and will

: Lot No-.2S3.TZR1XindV,' U !and mixed Pickles, pickled Lobster. Wa!- Striped and Printed Cashmeres, Plain and Colored make at short noti{ the best manner, GENTLE '"; ILL be oCered for sale, at Auction on the flk

;;: t i! .:" K: |. :H 4. 32, T 2; K 1. N ana W, mil and Tomato Ketchups Carr. Olive Oil.Mus- French Merino,Plain,Stripe and Silk wove Alpacca IEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES of every dtcrip- V day of March 1849, at the (County Sifter
tt' :,:' Wi.WI.S-.5TIRINadW. Ind, Pepper and Pepper suce. Vinegar fresh &.c. lion. Boots footed, soled.and otherwise repaired i in Benton County. East Florida, several tracts of LuxJ
JI' and Iroh Salmon. A of French aid American He will warrant in Township, Range IS, and *
I' rcrti&ng2i2re.' Go<> cberrie4 in great variety F.glib good style and at reasonable charges. Township 24*
K. Trotti and Shad and I Halibut in c J. t LnJ James of law I JAMES K. POLK President
pu.-portingtobriongto TN ,
:t' Prr erved Currant Worsted Plaids of difierent styles and satisfaction to pursuance On the 1-ltb day of March at the Court
Gavenre Cherries ; fitting another House'of
Prandy qualities and to
give as 3
," 1': Ih* Unin B nk of Florida! : Ginjfr. go a 1. of the United States of America, do! hereby Marion *
Jelly, Macarrnni, VermicilliRu< color and quality ; County sundry tracts in
Sh.ISf every description
.
/ I, Si7TtRINandE 1 declare and make known, that public land sales will
: !mlrs.i Irish Moss, dried Currants, Prune Swiss, Jacoaet, Tarleton and Cross Bar JOHN LERCH. Township 13. Range 20,
., .) J. S U !. Soc 17. T 1. R 1, X and E. :cm ( "arbri be held at the undermentioned Land Offices in the "
and Citron Muslins 43 tf 13, 21,
: \VI.S1SCI7Tt.R1.Nan4I.J Nuttntvs All'pice Cinnamon Silk. Thread; and Linen Robin, and a now style of May 8IS-7. STATE OF FLORIDA, at the periods hereinafter 14, '. 21.
; :. r |. S \V 4, St-c 17, T Q. R ?. :aidE. M4rf. Ginger GOODS. mentionedto wit: : "
Vamilla Beans, Sane, Summer Savory and Muslin cdgincrs; NEW H, 2X
I \V i. X P. !. Sii1 7. T 2. R 2. and f: Cloves! At the Land Office at ST. AUGUSTINE, commencing -
sweet Orange Flow, Roe Perch wa. Kid, Cashmere, Silk and >\ool'.en Gloves, (0-Ladiesand
'.1 : N K 4. X W 4, Sec 1 7. T 2. R 2. X ah! r Marjor.m. & on Monday, the seventh day of February At Madison Court House on Thursday the
Rose Lemon Peach Vanilla. : attention of the 23d
i t .S K 4, S W 4. ? 1 7. T R 2. X and I ufrac TiE next for the disposal of the public lands within the March :
: : LEWIS : VAtollen Cotton SJoc'.tincs do.
j' For sale by Silk end fo ; to the choice and extensive assortment -
jJ;1 .< tWI.SE !. S cI.T2 R '.'. N ;!.n Ikc.m'-r"IS.7.'; CO &AE. Linen Cambric Hilkfs, plain and H. Sow rVrr.:; of GOODS now receiving per Brigs Wakulla and undermentioned townships and parts of townshipsviz Section. Township. Ranra.TheSE4of .
t .i- K: 4, See 7
an E.
Handsome Silk Cravats French Needlework Collars with
- Their stock h has been selected, care,
- ..i..:: S IV 4. 5? W 4. S.-c S, T 2. R :, !ant E, Fine Perfumes and Capes : from Emeline.the most fashionable establishments in New South of the bate line antI East of the principa S W l of 24, 1. 7.
!
. 1 I "' ** meridian. '
Z r'tiunl 1 atr. Bara tM 'lor Dresses do. Green; and having been at reduced prices, NWJof ? 1, 7.
; purchased
York ,
I to Leon;to Dav: id Robin!on From the Liibin Paris.TTEDYOSMI ; Fractional township twenty, of range thirty-one "
of .
I 1.1IJ.rfMtin.' a:1 .lannfarlciy Splendid assortment of hat: Cap aid Satin. colored they are enabled to furnish their customers at prices NEJof 25, 1, 7.
.f : Ilor.d. : Townships fifty-sixexcept( sections six seven, EJof
1. J. b.
. ;j i 11(W I I.S \\. J. S,.:1.! T 2, J R I. X and W, A. Helilrope, Jockey Club Jne GeLJ Ribbons ; and propoitionately low. Their: eighteen, nineteen, thirty and thirty.one,) and fifty W4of 6. 1, 9.
VI.NI.S.T1.RI.Na'i'W.: rimum, Milletlccr I'atchoulv!. Mignionetfemhrosia NrjClitan. Tiwan Straw B-mnMs ; r=" '* ::;"' ** and sections three four five IiI
} two ,
one, At
APW ) Jefferson
[ vJjJL' vSs/.L.vy u ijjJ.NIi5iis e'eni Court House,
on MonUY.lhe
Iama-k TiWe: Covers 27th
1 ". ,\ nnga, IVr of Arabia Ber.de! la Reine ( and j jDovles
.
tvtaning; t > ) acre* :! lam.I1 seven, eight, nine, ten. eleven, fifteen, seventeen March .
let materials and manufactured :
of the of being -
Vanilla Violet VervaiiMarrocjun ,
Eslintine, *, ;
Lind pirpTtin't tf !belong to Hampton Mattoxai1tVS.L. IVrgamotlc l Diprol. eighteen, nineteen twent",twnty.one. an l twenty
, i i' ; and rss. Ii'utct., Rich Nctt 'C, !s am' Cap; directly tinder the eye of Mr. Stillman, aUf S. T. R. .
I-. : I. Jc Trust Cnp : Ct.ilirn'! : two, in township fifty-eisht of range thirtyeight.Townshipsfiftyfiref.Uysixeicept TheE t 0 N \V or IS J
13. I
: Al-o. Ashland and Preston A hr. cf, hwn.iieeIinea: f.hirtinj", ar of l'%l'lH".JTk is tbrrrbv precluded, and person G.
.t ;.;_ S F. 4.X XV .!W I. N W4.s. I.T3,R' 3.X&. E, Merrill'-GI.n"1 Extract of Tr crarit Prflmt.Flower & Striped e as hirtin rfnt i and I Homispnns ; ''purchasing nay rely upon Letting an article well ( section one,) EJofSWJof 13, 1, 3.

. : .. S E4.1.fS \4. S-c FT3.E2. .andE. the !" their and fifty-seven, (except sections twenty.flvelwenty- W $ of N EJof 14, 1, 5.
l'he hue Farina Cologne-nl-so the and Broadclo'hs: ;. -imt'f. Ker js, f.n"f; sTrr-d: ; iia&e.isong: arlic comprising
S I: S J. l.S. : T3.H' E, Frlnc1 six twenty-seventwenty-eighttwenfy-nine, "
< thirty
: .
1 :1 : American. 31hl Florida Rum 'and Plaid Satinet i Jean..T\nd., Red anJ \1hiteJiannc1Tickin.a.coiiril .f.VD Wl\TEH STOCK WJ.fSEiol 14, i. 3.
E !. N \V 4, s 1, T 2, I 2, N &E:, 1.H.nd.r Waters!. Caml wi'h FALL thirty-one thirtj-two,t hirty.t hree.tliirty-fourthir. SJcf :31. I, 5.
r,4 and! Aiu d It' la (Reme.fine Cosmetics rich PomadesHairoils >riM.
. containing WO acres. l1rt m1t'f' found I the followimj: ty-five and thirty-six,) of range thirty-nine. ." N Eof 6, a, 3.
Fr.ncv ]
: ; ': Land |'u p"*tin toblc l(ngto Lewis Conner and and Ihir-dves Shaving end Toilet Soaps. assortment of Trmn.n2: ; rMM} rfl- Bk: French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats Black Sections one, two, three, four, five, six, twelve, EicfNWJef 6
2 .
; : & All of which Le .ld! $
line and l Prushes for the head, Teeth "
- I the >'. L I I. &.Tr M Co- coarse. Combs rtr Ctilllery, Brown aid Invu. Green Cantor Beaver Sacks Sass thirteen, twenty-four, and twenty-five, in township
.l-r. E4NE4antSE.S.Tl.RN&E.a : i: Nail and Fle
.! .i', W 4. XK; 4. S.r 30. T "J. U 2. X an.1 1 in pots.t For !tli. by LEWIS: &AMES. their "frt in Montictllo. and lilanket Overcoats, &c., Heavy Pilot sections two. three, four, five, and sis,) on "Biscayne equal annual instalments, with interest in advance.

z.f '. ;. :i.S I E J. s>(2-:>,T 3. R 3, X and : December o. t,17. 2U' October! P, 1H7. l l" and tVavr-: Cloth O"rcoati. and Cloak of fine Blk Bay" of range forty. five Or, if any purchasers should prefer to pay all cash.
-- -- cent. will be deducted from
I_ : \{. W I. S,-c :'>, T 3, R 3, N and 1. and Blue; Cloths, Pantaloon of mark French Cas- Fractional township fifty-five, on "Biscay ne Bay" per. I the credit instalment .
.:.'?.' cftiun :thrl' )1 \RRELS: EATING: I\PLE \TCCBRtFrS BISEMZRT COKMIL..vo siarpr. HIk: Ribbed do.! fan/-y Plaid l. Check \ Striped of range; fortvone.At *

- l "-:- Lands purporting! to belong to the estate W. W. _,1 ?! .l-i. Iri-b r.t.toS, HIMBUU :
!! Han 10) d<>. Onions. nrsr < If Hak! and Fancv Satinf.tript.t and Plaid Silks, Monday, the cf February jog to any ot the Pest Masters in Benton or Marion
: nuTOM orT?": RrMri :t FVFJI ;ovrmc ( rnencing on twenty-first day -
.J., 1 t.. ". E .1.. V,T2.RNan1 F Jut rocrivod and for sale cheap for cash by pog /r'. rca '.",;F W..'T'IUI. Velvets Mud Cashmeres and Valencias, Plaid Silk next, for the disposal of the public lands within! County or they will be furnished,if applied for, by
"t
+. '; .:0 N W 4, S W 4. **r T;. T 2. R N and E, Jec.mbtr 4, I'17. 20 A. .: HOC.I DR. woonr.rFFv) i\ ::-.Ni: >.iY conni/.L Mazsiikai: \.c. &OC. the undermentioned townships and parts of townships letter po't-paid TALLAIIA'.EE addressed to THE" STATE REGISTER .
AT
., ;: E: !. X W 4, S,'c 2.T I 1. R 2. N al,11: liarrhi- Dys-nlerv, Choet: Moihu, 'h,y have al..om extensive assortment of Cloths viz : FLORIDA.
JOHN
i?4 ': .. W). !t: !. Soc 2, T I, R 2, Nand I: I Lard and Butter, Cholera lui.ftUl, and Suuic.er Coapltir.ts 11, Ck.ii- {-.imfu and Vesting unmanufarfurcd: con'islinii South of the lose line and East of the principal Public Land BEARD the Renter of

M (.* tontaininz;:ii'i arr"! TUST received per schr. Orcon, and fir jlc low (ilCfl. i ii ;''l "f'- Suptrior Frei.cli: Black and Wool Dye meridian. Tallahassee Nov. t J State of lltnda.

t ; Lnd ,purporting to belong to Williatn Hall and J l.y A. 1:. HOC. f/cffi H. JV Htlllnrd, laic l.. 1. .!! .!l tj ir- (nnti, . English: do. (:". do., English Blue and Townships twenty-one and twenty-two, of rang 01- The 13,1M7.will n
following
the L. I. C... : Decrmbrr, J 1"17. 20 1JIU.1I.Dr. luvivt/.e: Creea, Wool Dve do., Black Peaver and nineteen. above three papers please publish the

1; : S.S W&4. St-c : T 2. R 2. X and E. J fndir.:_.Vy Dtar !-A few di> Cv.tor do., French CUck Cj. iftCM, rfo. Ribbed do. Townships twenty-one (except sections one, State Register months vizThe, and Florida seed their at'tountllo lb.

Section .i. T 2. R :2. N and P.. Wood Cutters. ,since I rc"fiv,.d the ('..r.liulvh.: .,'u )O.:wore Root! 1,.. Fatice Plaid and -.:rinf'd do. of the latest and twelve, thirteen fourteen twent ..three. twenty- tine New, at herald St. Aufn.

1 : I.NE.sc9.T2.R2.NanIE.: J t'nll1h to t>.rd .c !iiven< 1:tj the &Ttulc, I do I tnt t ftshioniblisfvles ; VESFINGSJof, Black and four, and twenty-live,) and twenty-two, of rang ;Republican JacksonvilleArgus and Ocala ; Savannah

t I % W 1, S E 4. Si-c 1. T >. R ', N and 1% "1T.\TfD. a number of strong and healthy men not hesitate: t<) )ronounce it a most v iluable ueili- Fancy Plud Satius do el.. Silk, Silk and Woollen twenty. and Courier Ihe Georgian Charleston Mercury

.. -..,; W 1. :E 4. SVT 1, T 2. R 2, )aad E, \ ? \\ >. as choppers. Liberal wages to goo cine. Indeed, fur Midi aGvCtums of tic Llut: aiwe i VI'.ets, CasLnerejaad Valtncias! Ve tings of Rich TO\vnship9hnnty-two and twenty-three of rang the Columbus; Times Standard, Georgia.and.the R. gi''er,Raleigh;

-. containing 150 aCr s. men. Apph lo"jUIRCHinT soiiiftnno sun 'r with in the South, I know no- VelvctPiu.h, !.:. ic.AL twenty-one.

4 ;, -, A. A. FISHER SherilT &. LINDENBF.RGEK. tbin at ail f.u; :I to it. "::0, AN ASsORTME.NT OF Townships twenty-two and twenty-three,of range CT>- The which have been
.4 .a, and rr f ;; : llector Lon Co. November *). IS47.. 15* t My friend Vaiwrn Jones would have pait: ol twenty-two. papers rena' ted t to
orn C.l II-otssodCspsMortere'i)8ro.( and Blsach'd.! Cottoa publish the "Florida Land Sal ,."wil1!
a b N''er '27, Is47. I 3n I have laid aside At the Land Office at TALLAIASSEEcotnmen- please add
it ; the r<'tainJt tor ue when I : thesales
__ Linen and Cotton Shirts, j; Undershirts, in Madison and Jefferson Counties,; above
1- --- Furniture. need it. cing on Monday, the seventh .f
day next
February: .
may Rl'ptcfflly. Silks and Merino do. And the
111k Itsl. Silk Cravats, | daily in Charleston
a ; papeis acd
Flour &c. raanah
Bacon for the of the lands ,
: UST received from New Ycrk lERY W. HILLI.VRD.. Fancy Satin do Limbs Wool and Angola' disposal public within the undrrmentioned viz: the Mercury and Courier, and the Republican

.\' .- JUS received per sch.oncr Jica. fror New Or- J 1 lundsonie: Mahogany Sofa, Rrfli; }'..ncy Sitia azd U; i.rshirts, townships and parts of townships,viz: and Georgian,will please publish, one a week
the base line and only
From Benjamit Unrtln"r. E.lilir of the Southern i South of West of the j-rincipantcrtilian.
for
: I I JT. Divans. For sale bv Plain tin Scar, Brown Cotton and.Cotton- three months.Iovernwr27lS47.
-a j C-A Hicon Han, Shit I J, Kutaula, ..Ha. .
LINDENBCRGER.November J-i.uv. Lind Hbks. ade Drawers 19
nmCIE&
.: j a I rir SiJ.s, : 1) ANOTHER} LIFK: RFD BY THE CORDIAL,,I Clk WLite at.d C'd Kid$r.lun' Elastic:I Suspender. Fractional township two, northeast of Frbe

!.:. I Shoulder! *, e5.adfi1'd Gloves i Merino :and Cotton Hal grant of range one. Notice.
Jlfttr rly'rian'6il tl Fractional northeast of Forbes'
3 r.M Illinois Flnr4P btrljt.r. i township one,
) JPilrff-rer .'.-r.- .take ( I Hose, of two. ALL persons having claims against the estate t(
bbN: choice Family Flour, BULL & PRATORIUS : : grant range
11e3suf
t' IJl the ; Patent Leather Shoss, Umbrella, Money Belt, A. Hayward, lafe of Tallahassee d.
: ; I Xo. Mackcrf 1 in tttifinw to riacv o your '!! Fractional sections three, four, nine, ten, fourteen I
new
'. .': 3 Harrclf Crwn' For tow by At tie corner store under the Sentinel I Offire and heal f.0 ti>tir. its( virtues in mv QWla-famiy: : M..s:, S1ouder: Cr.iccs.i-c. A.C. i and fifteen, in a former Indian reserve and sections ceased, are requested to present themduly authenticated
AlIl" .,1f hit fhernix Girdner was lad summer niiKt dttarkrtiwilh I CLARK & STILLMAN. within the time prescribed by law,or they
10 HOC. ojiposiJe) ) Uuildinrs yinh'lf" twenty-seven, twenty-eight, thirty-two and
: XIH'm''t2i.I'I' AJ.FrJD 1: di, '. afrail! : : October 21. IS 17. 11 will be barred :-thtwe indebted lo the estate
: NOW OPENING a choice and well selected I it at -a ?,ant t:1lllrtl \ih r _ 'thirlythreill township one; township two, west art
--
:.. Notice. ARK had Inen bathed in its efforts to Ihe di.t'a! earnestly requested to make prompt rayment. They
remote Forbes' and three
<-t CLOTHS CAS LMERS. VEST! \,1 .1 'r) 'lo1 r r"1dJJ. of grant, township west of the
or aflird and aqrcher.iriis| b.gari to Le bv ; d.- "j 1,1 U ., river of are reminded that these sums,though small indmd.
: '. m.'th, after Jjte, the! \dmini4rtor of the IXSano( : MY-MADKCLOT1I1 The reat reiie I I tj Apalachicola range eight. ually. in the
.' SIX < ot R. Inmhri. deceased! 1-te of Leona care sot taste in theseleclion of the e goods myself that !,,would nftt survive much lou<*r, ui:- Attorney at Lmw Fractional townships three,(except the southwest phan's aggregate constitute the widow and or-
bllowt1 portion.
County.wi rreo.'n : account and ,'ouchr warrant them in savin, ; to all who wish to Purchase (hr the inteii'* aonv in which she wa- bIoriul! .TJonticellc! Jcffcrsoa Couuly, Florida, : fraction of section thirty-one,) and tractions township .' WM. WILSON

..- fot.ie: JII.I.e ; she had taken one bottle of it, rvlief; wa til'ti} :ned ; "IT/'ILL sectional sections six, seven and thirty-one,) 202m
for from sai 1 stot.k It would: be :
a tax and
Ira di.cl'r1 aJinilnlion. fur a great on time patience and alter taking to was entire!. I l : V f Circuit aol of I the County of Columbia of the .
.i. : ?.UVfm'ff I.17. l'!> fiuiLEWIS to enumerate the d.Cerent s'yles! and pattern cuu f..1 ".r E_ U-ru Circuit. Flpridl. i of range nine.Fraclional
that I indebted to it for You Watches
am
I'u can ua sections twenty-two twenty-I bree and Clocks and
compo-irg this a-sf-rtmcnt : s-ifEce! it to say that a lit. llontic-llo Ausu 22, IS-tO. Jewelry f
6t AMES this aiou may si e proper. the main in
portion ot these cloths and ca simersare of' Bril- twenty-four, on land township tuo orange REPAIRED.
i gihi's Ll3Mr aDd theclothineanevcrv Eufaula.July 15, 1"1';. }F I. GARDNER. twenty-six.
OEAL RSI Coasted .
i. .MYERS
< TPOWLE having secured the services
attack of their stock is of a style and Law IVoiicc.BROCKENBROUGH Fractional sections thirty-one, thirty-two, thirt-
.' DRUGS PAINTS, OILS, quality Worms Wcrmi! Worms JL of an experienced workman who will attend t t.
lICUCII. that will please (the fistidio'H. three and thirty-MX, on the main land, in township
rOt the
'. Toilft irtitlts &r. Window Glass i MAXWELL. one,and fractional sections eight nine, twelve seventeen repairing of Watches and Clocks exclusively",
would that
ffrfuinrry, They mention these CLOTHS are of WOODRUFFS WORM h a sale
; DR SPECU'IC are prepared to dq all work ia their line of boiiitss
PAINTERS' DRUSHER AND COLORS, the tm %5Itu.ure.( the best English wool dye, French efficient remedy for Tr it. As ,twenty-four tweaty-fiehunly.six.twenty-] well and promptly.November .
.- 1 d'e black.! do.Ca mer. wool black the best and th H. BROCKENBROUGH will return to Ho seven and twenty-cineon the main land in tlwnsbip
dye
: Apothrcnrics CTIuss Ware, & ( < Londo. good a as cheap as cheapest. WM. 0, Ib 17. 1C
I.; ( do. Ca s., French and German black clothsdo. Ca ., CERTIFICATES: in time to attend all the Courts of the twoof range twenty-seven.

.1_ rri HE' ')lcon tmt.lyon hand,and for sale at the French fancy Ca siiiicrs.VESTING I certify that I gave Dr. Woodff' Specific to a Middle Cucuit.and of Jackson and Franklin Ccun Fractional township threeon the main land, (except Select School for Boyg.Tit .

; -' X lowest market prices. S of fine black Satin, fine plaid Satin, chh: of mine, and in a.1ort away 200(, ties in West Florida B. Ic. M. will also attend the sections one,three,sixseven,sixteen and twen
Silk ty-seven,) of range: thirtj-one. this School which is limited to twenty-lit
Woollen Velvet, Caihmerett and PolkanetlCtrro worms. JOSEPH SHIPPEY. Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will be
I 4 We have received by late arrivals larse additional I (lonlo and Chcrubu'co, Monterey checked. Muscogee County, Georgia, 1S46. devoted exclusively to the legal profession and South of the bate line and East of the principal pHs, there are three vacancies. Fpr cogent na-

.! .,.-.* S JpliesofIrus.fPdiciiesan.l-CienLicaswhich, I READY MADE CLOTHING.! -. Superior Fine blk claims a!aiust the United States, for the attentive meridian. SODS, cp'lemeralpupil' are not desired.

;f- ;. .. o;ether with most of the popular patent remedies, French dress end frock coats, do. English wool J' renderX assortment the largest and moat varied in I Suwannee river,of fourteen. branches taoght as well as to the rates of tuitiw.
do. do., French Ca!simer Sack Coats Doe- kin d.... family Dr. WoixlrurTs Worm and it brought in Washington. range
,. lie State. | Sptcfc. .''Ort.\ of the base line and East of the print .al tile subjoineSachedule j if published.
..
Lack and fancy cloth Sack, minc doe-skin opera 'ilt[, worms ; and in anthtr case, one oJ March 13, 1S47. 34
.1 -, We hae*now in store aM I It <>f QUININE, tcarrantflpure coats black beavercloth sack over-coats; black my away negro women of Tenit, or Tape i curt. meridian. The rates of tlition. (payable always in advance)

C .\-ci.' : and tif scry aurrior ,.tIily.f Cloaks. J'anltztoansnffinc Cassimr,medium yine.Ga. 1S16. JOHN J. Notice.SIX Sections twelve, thirteen fourteen,twenty twtn are as follows viz:

f '. -. Jtist rcfif a lare assortment of do., a great randy of fancy bark irnrr pants of the \Vite LI'LL.I ty-one,twenty-twotwenty-threetwenty-fojrtwen i itv.fivl 1. Reading. Writing Arithmetic (Emerson part

V:. .- FKESII GAItJflXSEEDS) latest stvle. leafs of every : Military certify that I Dr. Specific tone months after date I shall present my final ac- twenty-si, tw enty-! nn. twenty-eight, let,) 'G per quarter.
I dcatln. gave Woruf' I and vouchers to the Hon. Jude of Probatein twenty-nine, thirty thirty-two thirty.threethirty- 2. Arithmetic (Emerson,part 2d,) English Grammar
t ;: froni the cel.brateJ gardens of Messrs Ilovrv &.'Co.AlsoJabniall i Trimmings ., 10i.'ry, Shirts, !, Crvt", sell r(I boy '.%ho was in b1 avvajitnmediatelv
-.t ,j. ilice of choice (BRANDY AND adjusting SfOk Sus[>rnders,, and almost everything 50 Woms. IIfa1h. Illrought soon recovered and for the County of Jefferson, and J apply for a four, thirty-five and thirty-six, in township one, oranee (Goold Brown,) Geography, History $3 per
discharjre Administrator! of the estate of Abram five.'I'ownshiip. quarter.
, WINES. lot of CIGARS of extra connected with a gentleman's outfit. i his THOMAS BOYD.
aridp .pulitv. \1 lcalh.- Orantham l hffe of said county deceased. o:e, and sections twenty-five, twenty 3. The Latin Greek and French Languages and
.. which weofitr for sue at th.! lo\\< >t cab!i j>ric I& I' are prepared to et'utt all orders accord I County, Ga., January: Is47. Literature
.; ( LEWIS & : in the latest and .10"t approved at't .leo.I WILLIAM GORMAN. six,twenty-seven, twenty-eight,thirty-three,thirty (Arnold, Ollendorff, &c.,) Arithmetic,

.;'..". TallahassM Novrher 2O. ''17. |.AIE. I N. I't. Bv: the nest arrivals we expect to rective 55 For sale by Lrwis &Ames, Sole Agents!, Tal. Monticello ptember J',, 1S47. 9 Cm four, thirty. u and thirty-six,and township t"o. oranse ([Emeuo., Mensuration, part 3d,) Algebra Geometry Trigonometry -
,
six. Natural
Surveying,
THE REMAINDER.October Book-keeping, -
laha bv the Man
""cc; also following personsR
.\urth the base line and fF./ of the principal Philosophy Phjsioleqy, Ethics
: 1C, 1S47. 13 Coffee. ef 51? per quarter. -
,.. \Vakulla ounty Tax ollector'o ninj. Leon County; James H Beard p. M., fico meridian. A quarter consists of three calendar months

> .. SALE. so )kic, Leon County ; S. F. Burney, Miccosookic ; 9r B\GS OLD JAVA COFFEE, Fractional township one,north of" Forbes"Grant" thirteen weeks. a
i Samuel PiiK-ston, Drusi, Monticello James lime. _u do
; 5D do. Rio
: School
:: Y virtue of tbe vested in Leon Circuit Court.IN of range six.Fractional. bills, when not earlier attended to by pa-
> authority law .
,i '. TJ me by Quinc; Joshua, lavn-s of Gad-den County ; I) Ba 2'o.\ Ljjuira do. north of"Forbes" rentsvill be
township one. Grant invariably presented week before
: .: .13 I have this:div levied upon and wil expose to CHANCERY. M, Chattahoochic, and \ Posvers, Merchant Just received and for sale byS1t. be expiration of the one

.5" public iiale. in front of the Court in the county Marianna.Auruct IS, 1S47. 0 LLOYD ic. FLAGG. of ranze.' seven.sections L .__ ,1.- quarter.
*'." .. ot Wakulla: State of Florida., Creditor Bill fur settlement of Estate. 14, 4 pne, two, eleven, iweive, inincen, lourteen II. ALLAN.
.. )\ ,fifteen, twenty-two,twenty-three,twenty-four Tallahassee December .. J8-17. 23 If
lJ.:: ., On thtfrsl Monday in May n'jct., Junes E. Brome and others (or themselves and DR. C. II. HUNTING twenty-five,tw enty- ix,twenty-sev enand tt e southeast -

other creditors of A. M. Gatliu, Complainants", DR. J. REESE'S fraction cf section twenty-eight in the former
r. : lictween the u-uil hours, the following pieces or SURGEON DENTIST, Cotton, Corn, Fodder, &c. for Safe
: ,arcels cf La'idiz! : 1. Indian Reserve, the east fractioa of section thirty- .
; ] Lot numbor S, coataininz 474 acre-, and known Turbutt R. Delon,Saah A. Betton. Ili!Wife. Executrix LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE."PERSON'S HAVING permanently located in QuinC'y,1-'orida, three in the same, and sections thirty-four, thirty- WILL be sold on tbe 10th of February next, at

'1.. t1 the Rivet Survey, according .to the original survey of .\. M. Gatlm, and others Defendants.WHEREAS of frrhle! constiSutions; and those ut'se. tenders his services to the publicin five and thirty-six,in township one; sections twelve late residencetof Tom Peter Chairs, de-
t ; .
; 1 : tr. .le by As* Surv jor. Also hits By an order made by his Honor -L dentary hJntsre oftI troubled with habitual the various branches of his profession. From his thirteen, twenty-three twenty-four, twenty-five, ceased about CO or 70 bales .f Cotton the crops of

: ; number 30, "n, 41. 4.latfdJ., -.51, ;it tt,CJ, fit, 02C1fs :. Judge on the 1ft December costiver: winch <::ten ('I' a very unfavorableinfluence experience; and success in practice, lie feels assuredof twenty-six, thirty-five and thirty-six, in township Corn, Fodder, &made on the plantation during tk.

: G.',7.a, 71,7s, SI, "I l.S.1. '3, 1,7, e, It. 1S17, in the above entitled cuse.the under upon tlitir ccr.rrai lit allh, which is particularly being able to please those who may patronise him. two; and sections one, two, nine, ten,el.ven and past year, plantation implements and many other

.- ; ; Containing each 3<;i'l acres; and known and des signed was appointed, among other thing., to takean manliestd ly irrezulanty.it, it not total! toes of Dr. H refers the public to twelve, in township three of range eight. thing belonging to the farm. Termscash.ANGELINA .

.' ., J rribedkv: sail. nuuzlsersaccordin! ;; to the original sur- account ot what u due to Complainants for their appetite. In this cOI.Jilion ot the system, this article Col. W. T. STOCKTON Dr. J. M. W. DAVIDSON Sections thirty-five and thirty-six in township G. CHAIRES

I :. ., ...J \ey riaJebv. .\. UartfielJ, Surveyor.All dam! : and to all olhir creditor* of tio A. M. Gatlm I. confd'ntv! recommended! with the asaurance Gen. C. H. UCPONT. Dr. R. E. LITTLE. six, of range twelve. Administratrix of Tom Peter Chaires, dec'd.

:}rf ,. the abuve described lots ol Land situated, \Ivr with interest thereon ; and it was ordered further that if tht : .properly adjusted no as not to Office opposite Ibe'M.. Church.. Ladies waitedon Fractional township three, west of Choctaw January 15, IS-tS. 25Administrator's
That the aid Master do move the bOwelS ton actively, rdirf ma* be relied at their residence as usual. "of sixteen.
r '. Jn; jnO lH-iiUtn Ihecmnty of t % aknlla.on th<* we l cause an advertisement latchy river, range
..s .. sideof: the 'WAulU River, beina portion of what to be published in the Flondiau,' a newspaper upon without any or even the least unpleasant conwquences September II, Is 17. 9 Sections twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six, Sale.

S .' .: i is known a* Forbes' Purcluse, and levied upon as published weekly in Tallahassee, and in such resulting from the use of common purgative hirtj- :
the prop<.rty of the Apalachicola Lad: Company other puolic newspapers as he shall think proper, for mcdicmej isuslly resorted to. Negro Clothing. eventeen. l day in February next, a negro man named

:': and will b s'JIJ| to !-ati-t>. their! State and County Tax the creditors of the aid Alfred M. Gatlm to come Persons subject to Bilious: Cliche may relv on the PIECES Kerse\s, 50 do. Plains 20 do Lin- Township three, of"range thirty. Tcrnon, and a lot of Law (Books, belonging to the

for thecosn'y ol Wakulli for the j'.a I Is p. in before him and prove their debts, on or before the preventive prop,'rties of t tlis medicine by using iton \JJ\ sev s, 5 bales Lowell Osnaburgs,5 Virginia do., Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools, estate of Norborne T. Taylor, for the benefit of the

'1'' 1''!' AUIJXI1 HALL, Sheriff first day of May next ; and that such of the creditorswhoshsllnoteemicin the frt intimation(.f 3n approaching at tack. Thereare 5 bale 4-4 Dome.tic, 5 do. 7-8 Domestics, :do. 3-4 military or other purposes will be excluded from heirs and creditors. Ey order of the Administrator.

.a : .t and rx-o/fcio TCollector Wakulla Co. and prov'e t heir debts by the time SOl constitutions liaise. : to regular- attacks of' lo., 10 bales Negro blanktU. 5 cases Negro shoes, the sales. December 2 1S47. 23 ts

:. ... Octobert'It7. is v aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit of this decree Hilhoui Fever almost e\Ery fall. ; lo such the use of wool hats and caps. Just received and for sale bjr The offering of the lands will Le commenced on

; ant that such persons not .parties to the bill, this medicine is recommended' beginning to use it S. F. BURNEY. the days appointed and proceed in the same order in

i- Spanish Regalias. who shall come in before the said Master lo prove by the middle of May or first of June. September .'5, 1947. IO which they are advertised, with all convenient dis- Notice.

:.; '; JUST per ; Lucy, and their debts, do. before they are aJmiteddirtcton. Those whm.t digestive organs are feeble often ex patch until the whole shall have been cfit red, and MEETING of the Stockholders of the Union

.: ; '0,000 for rrelvt Ur contribute to the cm1lattl proportion of perience a sense of I'JlneI' weight and oppression M. D. PAPY the sales thus closed. But no sale shall be kept A Bank of Florida will be held at the Banking

; ; S L. &H. GREENBERG CO. the expenses of \it, Killed by the said about tin stomach :, wil find this medicine i open longer than two weeks, and no private entry of louse in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Mon-

L: ". .' O.'tohr 3 ,. IZ4 ;. I; & Master." And it was a1oorderel. that .an accountbe afford almost immediate r if@m rn c lli&W9i any of the lands will be admitted until alter the cx- day in February, for the election of Directors to said

taken of all lecuriti(: or latlral held by thecreditors Ladies near their confinement often suffer from i Practice in all the Ceurtein tha Middle piration of the two weeks. Bank'.

,i :I.; Dr. J. H. Scales, respectively, and a report ; made of the heartburn and costivenes : to such this article i!! WILL{ Office on the first floor of Ole Capitol Given under my hand at the City of Washington, H. L. RUTGERS, Cashier.

:, SURGEGOX DENTIST same, and of the value of each." And it was also highly recommended, as it can be used without the South win r, room formerly occupied by the this twenty-third day of October, Anno Domini one January S, 1S43. 25
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:- ordered that all parties may be examined upon interrogatories least danger,and with great benefit. In sick or nervous Secretary of the Territor thousand eight hundred and fortyseven.By .

: WILL bl found at his old nom* at J. L. Demil- and produce all books and papers in headache it 'invaluable. November 15, l"45. ) 17 the President. t For Charleston, S. C.

: : 1 Hoarding House during the fall and win- their custody tit power, relating thereto,upon oath This article wi be found to act .a pleasant cordial JAMES K. l'OLK.

i" ter inonthunles, when professionally engaged.Iff. .- before the end Master, as the said Master shall di. and tonic, restoring the appetite and at the JOHN ERSIIN1 RICHARD I'!. YOUNG HHHE Brig N. G. Bourne, Thorndite,

:., S. havmi; just received a lane supply of all kind rect." same time fulfilling every intention t that the common Commissioner of the General Land Office. J. Master, daily expected to arm*.

,_"a4 of material appertaining to his profe ion, is now Now, therefore, all persons claiming to be creditors purgatives are intended to ePoct. It purely rrgetabte ATTORNEY AT LAW will load for the above port with dW-

'a.-; prepared to perform any operotion with neatness and of said .\. MGatlm are hereby, in pursuance of and. when used according to the directions, Quincy, Florida NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. i patch. For freight or passage ipPvjyo.

I 1, : ,: despatch on the mrot al'irovE plans. caid order, notified to produce their claims, and the : will be found an innlu.blf article,especially to these WILL attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden Every entitled to the right of pre-emption to GEO. ANDERSON. Tall"abie',
: October Iti. 1S17. the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, person WNAUGHT&. ORMOND, Newport.
I' vouchers in thereof, and all and i with DvspepxiaDerangement of the ,
support colalerl. amide Li'er to lands within the limits of the and
Jf : securities herder, before me, at or Debility. and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. any townships Newport, January b', 1S4S. 25 3t
my ofcp Tala-j parts of townships above enumerated, is required to
nnr\R-S VV : BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY for hassee, within the time limited in !: I Prepared Doctor Reese, Griffin, Pike county, November 22, IS 15. IS tf lahlish the same to the satisfaction of the Register i
LEWIS & AMES.
I alebv 31 otherwise comply with the provisions of the sme'l Georgia, and for sale by appointment at CT>- Sentinel copy. and Receiver of the proper Land Office, and make U. S. MAIL LINE

: February 20,19-7. that they may he admitted parties to the said E. BARNAIU, Jr's. payment therefor 05 soon as practicable after teeing

Cabinet Making &c. Date tin* third day of lectmLer. A. D. 1817. Drug Store, Tallahassee, Fall and Winter Goods. hu notice, and before the day appointed for the com-
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SIMON: Master. DANIEL LADD, Newurt, *
: Special sale of the lands embraing
of the ,
men cment public -
". ui.dtrsiem-d have December 4 I RECEIVED( from New York by Brig Henry
4 as Iis47. 20 JUST
Montic(11o claimed otherwise such claim will
CO.P.'RTlR-IP.- I the tra t ;
assortment of
, : and from this dOte Quincy, a large be

I .: the two shop will be united, and the business conducted Portraits Painted in Oil. HARDY BRYAN, STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. forfeited.RICHARD M. YOUNG,

by LYNCH & VINGF.RHOETS. They)' arc Asent for Thomas county, Groceries Hardware, Wood and Willow Ware Commissioner of the General Land Office.

I !.T"' prepared todo descriptions of work in their line, TUE Citizens of Tallahassee are advised tba May K, 1S47. 44- Gorga Rope and Bagging, I Nails and Iron, November C, 1847. 16 13w From Tallahassee to Macon.

: /' ... with fidelity and despatch,and on as reasonable terms fitted up his Study in the second story Boots and Shoes, Sugar Boilers, &.C. A.C. tt

lor cash or"approved acceptances as .ny workmen in /Mi DKMILLY'S Boarding Ihuxe, (adjoining the : For sale by N. M. MARTIN, Through in forly.ltco hour from Tallahaftei

( the country.,. The continued patronage: of the pub Union Bank) for the reception of Visitors, Ihe un- Negro Kerseys. Sept. 19. iS-li. 0 LLOYD & FLAGG.Deaf Macon, and lo Charleston in three days,
.j lic i i. must respectfully solicited eri ned very respectfully tender his services. 1 I f\ CASE KERSEYS 2 do Linsejs, Commission and Forwarding Merchant, in time to take the Mail Boats on

E. J. LYNCh Portrait Painter to them ; and pledges himself a to I v/ Just reeivt and'jor sale by >101 Poydras stretl.NEW.ORLEANS \"orth the fourth day.
and Dumb
:- 'GER.\HD VINGERHOETS. Sp. 181847. LLOYD FLAGO. AsylumOF will leave Tallahassee on Mo diJL
: paint laitbful. and accurate Likenesses any in &. LA. rpHE Stage
a .
Tallahasjee November C 1S47. 10 a KENTUCKY. Wednesdays,and Fridays, at 4 o'clock,A.11.
I.i. country. Ladies and Gentlemen are solicited toni 3UYING. SELLING, RECEIVING, AND FOR-
'':. at his study, where he nay be found between Notice. IHE subscriber,as tile resident agent of the said .1.) WARDING attended to with promptness. and arrive in Macon,(via Quincy,Bainbiidge,NeWton -,

'. Received by the latest Aval hours of S, A. M. and P. M. .U- Institution,offers for sale,in tracts, and upon I REFERS TO Albany, Americus, and .Perry,) on Tuesday*
creditors and
legatees, entitlad to P. 3in
: of f READY ALL persons Thousand Acres Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock.
: A AHrr assortment RUSSELL. Artist. or otherwise interested in the Semis to suit purchasers,about Four J'fO.V. ARGYLE, LATHAM & BAKRT, Macon onMondays.Wednesdavs
: SHOES, HOOTS al.o Gilt frames furnished ea- in the of Jackson in the time for the cars for Savannah. Leaving
; ; a general as- :} if requiredREFERENCES ate of Lewis Saunders, late of Leon county, deceased or LAND situated county A. BCSTWICK, S. SIBLEY.. 4o'ClorkA.
and at
.4.r urtment of GROCERIES.k1 notified exhibit State ol Florida. Also, the Right to Locate, to a December 5.1346. 20 Fridays -
their claims
are hereby 'tuesdsy'Tb'days
L H. GREENBERG CO. t limited extent. M.,and arriving Tallahassee on.
k & : and demands within two from this date to the This line
.j:.. October 30, IS(1. 1 OSBERT B. LOMJ. Artist: New York ; G. W. undersigned, or the same years wi be barred ; and all per- The above lands were selected at an early date by Notice.SIX connects, and with Saturdays the Central at 10 Rail o'clock.Road.Savannah.P. M. Augusts

aL41' LADD, Artist, ; MIEX, Artist New Orleans son, indebted to said are requested to make an experienced judge,and are believed to be amongst months after date I shall present my accounts Milledgeville and Wes/ern Rail Road to CTotmbus -

G or Gentlemens' Wear. ; C. CURTIS, Artist Ky.; JAS. C. WILSON, immediate payment.LEWIS. the finest in the county. vouchers to the lion. Judge .f Probates of Ga. It also connects with the Mail U0

an.i Dine DUck Broadcloth Fancy Artist, Philadelphia; IXA SA.MDCBS, Artist, Ohio. M. SAUNDERS Executor. C. I! DUPONT Jefferson county, and apply for letters of dismission from Quincy to Chattahoochie, and thence to Ap
of D. Sf D..f. of
BLUE natk December 23 1547. 2 tf 2m Jigent X"y. u Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg, Tallahsssee i"
a j Sjltineli, ITent'icky Jeans, Rich Satin : 4,187. 2 Quincy June 12, 18-17. 47 ly deceased. achicola. Passengers can go from '
Vwtinas, Silk Velve VetUngs, Rich Satin Silvered Choice late of Jefferson county Columbus in three days, and but one night wiu
Liquors. Adm'r.October .
GREENBERG. "
HENRY '
Vesting, Fancy Colored Satin Cravat, a Groceries. Rifles and ShotGuns.ASSORTED pent on the road between Tallahawee and Ms
general assortment of and Shoes, Fay WE offer to the public the fallowing choice Li. 16. IS-I7. 13 Cm The public may rest assured that every attention Will

)Hati and Cap ; also, aentt'men's,lok Bool ready made ","I7"E hu reeie by late arrivals from New York qUOr. all of which ire will warrant a being qualities, sizes and prices just re- bepaid to the comfort of those who may patrow

dothinju.t received and for sale by V V and N ef Orlen., a choice selection of Groceries of the best quality : ,. : for sale by S. F. BURNEY. NoticeS this Line.

':- S. F. I3URNEY. suitable for Family and Plantation use : 2 quarter casks supr. old Cognac Brandy September 25, 1847. 10Caps. hereby given to all persons interested that sis FARE:

September 25, IS47. 10 Cheese, Codfish, Mackerel, Raisins Prunes, St. 2 Madeira Wine, I month. after dateI shall present my final account FromTallahassee to QuincT2 50; to Bainbruig

; -. Louis Flour, Side. and *, Bacon FrenchMustard 5 bbls. old Mononghel Whiskey, and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate in and 5 ; toAlbaayIlandtoMacon$22..
:J' French Mnshrooms, Raspberry and Current 5-boxes of 1 Madeira Wine,of the ofieOeraonaDd apply for a discharge WRIGHT 4. SAWYER ProprietoTt.By .
DR.J.B.BONDOFFERS Jellies, Preserved Ginger, Lobster and Salmon vintage of 1828" Newton, Gordon &Co" JUST receired per the last arrivals, 50 doz. Cloth for the Administrator County of the estate of Anna Brooks. JOHN M. YARN. Agent.
the
his prCional.e"icC to the citizen Paper Shelled Almonds, Currents, superior Tea, I Champagne Wine, Port a Claret Glazed Caps, for Gentlemen and Boys, new late u of said County, deceased. (:,- Office at the Plantert Hotel, TallabU' '

IfoDdi country. Sardines. For sale low by Maraschino Cordials. ,styles, which will be sold very low. JAMES BROOKS.. EjlAlLEYAent; at MNATWANSin QP! !

4. Office at Cot Fib<', UOlft JRCHET LINDEKBEKOERItf BICIu A L'rEB' L. & H.UJ GREEKBERO K CO. Jcfltrton County Oct. 30, WIT. IS fHr Jutf IT 1847.
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