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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 26, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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jj'iSOELLANEOUS. PROVIDENCE AND THE WAR IIW
== And the Lord hardened Pharaoh's heart.1
,. fit Florid&Jn.
CHRYSEIS CIRCE, THE FLORIDIAN. We are not in the habit of Scriptural quota.. i

tions or blasphemous allusions to the religion .
WUCHT SPOT rjf' THE FACE OF XKXOKT.T -
Oil A : we venerate, ye in the history, prgrf'l and

prosecution of the Mexican war to our eye? .
'Tsne rooa Aanrr. the finger of God can be as clearly and asindelibly

fher" are hoars-bright and brilliant] hours ---- -- -.---.- .. ------ ---- ------ --. ._------- -- traced, as in the miraculous transfer :

_4 th. history .f almost every individual, FLORIDA SATURDAY FEBRUARY? 26 1848 VOL. X1X-NO. 32. of the Isrealites from their state bondage .. > I
BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE
ich are as diamonds set by the ngen of and captivity in f gyptlo the prond.f land. r 1
y
percy i io the thorny coronet of our existence _. ._ .. differ Politicians the may wrangle) and lbiolpler ,
h
tBat as stars, whose soil light, inrera.Iike FROM MRS. DROWN ; : alion. We SCIENCE OF NOSES. abt expediency IIUI great ,
1"1; lI"e. : The Returnd SoldierThOle who wish A LECTURE &lrFJ.i''l.y tote of Ma1f political! they cannot I ,
loveliness, spreads its rosy wings to see the effects of war, should visit the Quar.termuter'l copy frotn thPortland Advertiser the following Turning over an old book the other day, d mon.m.rl Ltt .
otherwise duk! and impregnable raj i icl .q)\, why don't you taJte a Paper crown communication Dr. Clark change thf piO o rrtcnx. avert iho I
0rtA office, which is now so ably con. signed by giving we found a set of rules fo discovering people'scharacters laws and '. :
U. put.When ducted under the superintendence of Brows? an account of an almost incredible case by length and formation of their
Major
Why don't you take a paper Without; reference at to the
is all dark and any present '
the present gloomy, Tomp in.. Early in the morning soldiers I'm sure it i. a shame, of malformation; found in making a postmortem noses. This art has been forgotten in inventions "caus&bcli," or the conduct of the rn- "
satisfaction is it for the mind guy
of
whit a source to contemplate these sparkling jew. will be seen around the porch of the new That Before we can't it's old pet; and the tame news! from town examination of the late Rev. Jason Whit. of later times. It is simple in its application : met,we will refer to the progress ofihe war h I i

and heart decorate the !-to dwell Commercial! Exchange, eagerly waiting 'for There' Deacon Jones across the way, man : and comprehensive to the mtan.at understanding. alter it bad commenced, in which a higher :: 5
which only past "The case of the late lamented Rev. Ja- ;
els the arrival of the officials connected with the Who gets one every week Its chief advantage, however, than man's is quite as obivous a. Ibo -
upon their brilliancy and grandeur, and en. department. When the doors are opened, And he can beat you all, they say, urn Whitman, who died in this city of pleurisy, is, that-vbereas the bumps on a man's head hand.power writing on Ihe at the Jewish feast ;
around them wreaths ambrosial Tines, When called to speak. has excited much more than usual interest. : beneath his hair tbo wal : It
twu* they all! rush'Up to have their accounts adjudi. upon are hidden or wig& worse 1st. Gen. T.'lor'. position Mala ;
a1ned with' breathing flowers of the imag. know It was known In his friends that from early less t'IIsile .to:
-g cated. The reasonsir, is plain,you qualities they indicate, the will ho permit moras with in front t
iistionlThere J Here will nee a colonel, who has justreturned" For when be readmit through! infancy he bad surerad! from a peculiar cough, them to be examined-here, on the ofan twenty.two of five thousand for. ;.
in
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whom have lor.ed you His words like milk and honey now, contrar enemy troops, a }
we persons, too, we from Mtl and copious muco.punilctt expectoration.He .- the index of his character is precisely !f4
CO. Hisepauletets are And all he tells is new ; tified town, with all his provisions and muni
affection whose
with an ardent and puro faded and his is bronzed with seemed pre-di"posed to pleurisy, frmnvviif prominent feature his'face. would set"mas '
countenance So he is taken by the hand I lions of war at Point Isabel-while Gen. .! :
bright smiles and becoming demeanor aroused exposure. He has mounted the heights of For what he ran impart ; / h he had suffered several attacks. The if nature had taken this precaution in order was employed in throwing his t ,
Taylor entrenchments
every tenoer emotion and cherished sensibility Monterey, served at Churubusco, Cbapulteptc While old and young around him s ot.lmt peculiar symptoms of his case led him to suspect to render hypocrisy unavailable. A person nll'o" Brown, Arnpudia up crossed

jibe heart, but they were torn from our fond and, like a lion, sprung through the gatesof And say the DcaconV smart there might he some rna-lformalion, might endeavor, no doubt, to keep the worldin the river with between 4 and 5000 troop, f:

embrace, and we can only behold them now I the city of Mexico. With his martial cloak Oh is it not a shame I say which must preclude the hope perfect health; the dark by merely putting the handkerchief the grounds between Point abel 1 4

by a retrospection with the bright and liquid thrown carelessly around him, he does not When To hug a mere jour bit purse of yellow so tight,; clay and he expressed the wish, that at his de. to his nose, like a chicken that thrusts and occupied Fort Brown, and in the very act of 4 J.

eyes of sweet memory They died within seem to think that he has done any thing, hut Would set thin matter right ? cease, a post.mortem examination might he its head into a corner and fancies itself invisi Point Isabel, then"a filled with muni.

cur encircling arms, and with these fingerswe only comes to pet the accounts of his regiment What good is gold.now can you tell, made. It i is helicvei! that a short description ble. But in a case of this studied conceal. attacking(lion of war, military stores aud clothing, de f )'i"1:
closed their eyes of fire when we saw that settled. He thinks of his home where his To any of our kind, of thi wonderful case may be interestingto ment, it would not be uncharitable! to conclude, fended I less than 300 .
by men on an san. .
heir lustre bad out I But Unless keeps the body well readers. that he characterized such open 4 -
gone loved ones are. It may bo that for months your was by an atrocious the .
of
dy Ampudia oil .
eve _
And benefits( the mind? \a very
.<. Calm wu tbeir exit- letter from his "The examination was made by myself in would mankind look bluO
he has not received a single: nose a affright to the of this when Arisla arrived 1"
iHMven'i dews Alt not more gently to the ground" friends, and he longs to meet! them. After Why don't you take a paper, Brown? the presence of Drs. S. Weed, A. Rca: Wm. upon. Without further preface we all atack depot j h
Nor worn out winds! retire to soft I'm sure it is a shame who superseded him in his command, allowedGen. .
weary having sought the buble reputation e'en in Wood I, J. T. Oilman, J. T. (;. Davis, M. favor our readers with the elements of the
1 where is the heart that loves not te That we rin'l pet: the news from town Taylor to march to Point Isabel 19 i
Oh the dear auociations, the cherish. the cannon's mouth," he returns to his home Before it', old and tame Dodge, and L. Fitch ; and Win. Willis and science, beseeching them not only to study all his supplies, add get a reinforcement procure ofartillery f {
dwell upon : stead-and who can tell the greeting that he Now let u* quit this simple way, Martin Core, EKI*. their neighbors' noses, }hut to glance in the which was so served
efficiently
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ed and brightening incidents, and the smilingountenances I will receive ? His friends will cling around And take a worthy"" start. .. When this longs were exposed, they! were looking-glass ut their own. against tho at I'alo! Alto! and Ilesaca .l .
of ? And friends will enemy ,
is thus past with years man. All his happi. and look upon him as the oak that has been The ere a Crowns year .ur are getting smart say.!" observed: to be bound by old and firm adhesions !' A nose long, slender, and fmal, denote battles, that it ended in the overthrow of four .-4" t

It and ever here are derived from con. scarred though not blasted by the lightningsof internally, to the pleura covering the ribs ; and 'a person audacious testy, hasty, peevish, times his number. ; : -4

ness pleasures of the and the future, while war. Who would not envy his feelings Value of Queen Victoria's Crown.-The below to the diaphragm. These adhesions credulous, irresolute." Not a very amiablenose .\t Monterey, where : walled city and' e
past
temptations
when he finds himself in the bosom of his proofs previous attacks inflammation. this the next is better. -
pave ;
forts sheltered
from these contemplations I, following is an estimate of the value ol the strong an overwhelming force !
the .
present apart At the inferior of the left lung was a deposit "A and downwardsover i
? part nose long declining t
tod! would be dark and dear, inter. family different jewels contained in the Queen's a small body of men drove them from I heir p "
-
hopes with and anxieties. He is oil.tunes Again : here enters a stalwart captain, crown : of pus-the result of the last attack of the upper lip, signifies i a person 8g almost impregnable positions. The achieve., .i, :
woven care with an air that shows that he is bravery it. disease. This was contained in a small sack, ciou, secret, serviceable, true to his friend of Buena Vista need be referred
forced it to relinquish his holdto Twenty diamonds around the circle, ments only ,
helm of, as his tempest-tossed were, and weather self. He, too, has been to the wars and :1,500 each, .1:30,000.: formed by the pleura of the lungs on the one honest and fair in his dealing." This, me. to; while the immense loss of the at 1 i"f
the enemy
bears the marks honorable wounds. side and of the ribs the other side, and the thinks is" look
His on not a very nose to at.
pretty Sucremento when attacked Col. Don-! *.
bark and looking back, he beholds the Two large centre diamonds, .2,000: by :
beaten
diamond they sparkle like gems of company, to him, have been like a family, each, 4,000 I only part in both lungs not previously bound We fear that nome of our readers would prefer pban, five hundred kic and wounded, with .
as
jewels and he is as careful of their wants as though to contiguous parts by strong: adhesions. The a better shaped one, even with worse in. out the Ions of side
heart he ,
the night,and with a becoming cries, Fifty-four smaller diamonds placed at a lfe on our :approaches : tj
they were his own children. When he gets two lobes of the left Jung fillod the left cavityof dications. to incredible. '. f .
oh, goDe-bv the angles of the fonner, 100 so near romance as appear -
Corn back! come je years their settled and furnishes them with the thorax. The heart was in the right; A in the end and of -
With all your light and gladness! accounts Four crosses, each comprised of twcn- C nose sharp middling But in the siege and capitulation of Vent ,! {
Coma! hear the plesdinp of my tears, transportation to their homes scenes will take ty.five diamonds, 12,000 cavity, having: its apex or small end inclinedto proportion,denotes a person conceited, unsociable Cruz we see the most wonderful result! i

My wooing heart in sadness place that none but those who can dive into Four large diamonds on the top of the the right, and not towards the left side, as : contentious, irritable, scornful, cunning, That city is a walled town,defended by strong : "

Csryseift Circe was an orphan, and the only the depths human nature can imagine. crosses, 40,000 in the natural position. The right; lung has ma1coul, but with a good memory." Doubt fortifications the land side, and on the sea .I'i i

member then alive of all her family connex Captain," one soldier will say, "I bid you Twelve diarronds contained in the three lobes! ; in this case there were only two les 1 go memory is a desirable thing by the formidable and stupendous fortifications .

ions. My father being appointed her guardian good bye I'm goin' to my home in the west, fcur-de-lis, 10,000 : -the place of the third being occupied by the enough ; it will hardly- make amends for of SoD Juan dc HIo!. The city is with- .; t

adopted her into his family, and from my for I've got enough of the war. When I deserved Eighteen smaller diamonds containedin heart. so many evil attributes as are here cnum.ra.1 out a port of secure anchoraje tf while the r (r f

earliest recollection Chryseis and I-botb be. it, sir, you treated me puny hard, as I the same, 2,000 "The l liver was in the left side, of nearly ted-especially as, when combined with malice I coast i is swept by the most dreadful! torn d0J, S i

iar nearly of the same age-were play.fel. thought then ; but I don't think so now, sir, Pearls, diamonds, &c., on the arches natural size, and perfectly reversed form- the possessor will be likely to rememberand Disease, in it most Awful form prevails all ,I:
; and knew what it to be God bless sir !" suited to the left and not to the right hvpo- old t.
k s .together, not was you and crosses, 10,000 grudge. seasons in I the town, and I makes it literally : : t:
lepu&ted.Ve were always side by side, Another soldier will come up-may be One hundred and forty diamonds on chondrinm. The position of the stomach was A nose broad crooked in the upper part, pest-house. Before the war, travellers would. t

whether at home or abroad-traversing the with too much brandy in his brain-" Cap. the mound, .r 00 reversed, the email end to the left, and the long, and grosser than ordinary, marks a per. never, except from dire necessity, sleep in the! 1 J., -

I fields, or roaming through the wild.woods tain," says he, how are you, old boss Twenty-six diamonds on the upper large cnd.toward the right side. The spleen son hold, proud, fierce, tenacious envious, (town, for not on the whole face of the globe ;! .

chasing butterflies over the green meadows, Well, we got through it all, didn't we 7 You cross, 3,000 and larger end of the stomach occupied the covetous, and a scold." We would flee from is there a more dreadful charnel-house than :: : {t

or plucking flowers with which to wreath our wouldn't let me have my licker down thar at Two circles of pearls about the rim, :300) ;place usually assigned to the liver. The this nose, as far as we could see it with a Vera Cruz-vet an army twelve thousand. .' ;' -s J

brow- or make- a bouQuet for ma." Vera Cruz; but now I'm discharged, and I'mgoin' I large intestines, always found on the right, telescope. men were larded without injury to a I'oul- .,.. ", -n

"neide;we grew, the more did we cherUi on a reg'lar bender." 1:111,000 were here situated in the left side of the abdomen A nose large in the mddllc,and growingless tht city invested-entrenchments dup-batte. : i!

,; and lore each other-the firmer were our Then, again, a staid, sober young man, Notwithstanding such an uncommon mass and passing from left to right, insteadof to\'adt the upper part, is a sign of a person ries erected-and after a regular siege offivr .# f

attachments, &nd the nearer our hearts approximated with an almost healed wound upon his check jewelry, independent of the gold velvet cap, their natural reversed direction, from rightto invariable, luxurious, nice in his language days, the city and castle surrendered with the ,; :, 4;

until finally, like two connecting and h'n arm in a sling, approaches his cap. ermine, &c., the crown weighs only nineteen left. The sigmoid flexure, always in the and of a churlish disposition." This, loss, on our side, twelve men killed Tho l' J

rivulets, they commingled, and were melted tain. His officer, turning around and seeing ounces, two pennyweights. It measures seven left, was in this case, found in the right side. we presume, is the sort of noso that its owneris annals of history can produce nothing equal { :

into enl Until she was quite grown, and Iold his face, grasps his hand. William, my inches in height, from the gold circle to All the organs of the abdomen were healthy, addicted to turning up, when matters do not to this, search where you may. .: { 'tl

enough to feel that I had attained unto the dear fellow, you saved my life at Molino del the cross, and its diameter at the rim is and their form perfect, but reversed. The happen to suit his fancy. Since the occupation of the castle by our L ijf
"full stature and measure of a man," without Rey. I shall never forget when a swarthy upper great omentum or caul, was wanting. The A nose long, and ver thick, denotes a there has not been one case yellow t 1 j f

t- 1 4e slightest cloud to overshadow our path. Mexican brought his escopeta to bear upon five inches. other organs examined were natural in form person very greedy, covetous, simple in good troops fever in it, and the cases which occurred in J":,.' ; f,.1*|

fly, Chryseis and lived and loved together. my breast, you rushed in between us and re. and situation. things and witty in evil,frowning, dissembling, the city were mild, and embraced more Mex- $ V J $
Net an hour! or a goddess was she, yet she ceived the ball in your arm. And then, William Bonaparte's Costly Costume.-In connec. It was matter of regret that time did notallow and much more ignorant than he would he icans than Americans. General Pierce.just 4 t: 1

TU fair, very fair, and many thought her when I was wounded by a lance, and tion with the foregoing( facts relative to the us to pursue the examination of the arteries reported to be." Whoever has a n se of this from ihere, has informed the writer of this article t ;

beautiful, but her beauty partook more the na. you were sabred, you crept to me, while the display made by little Vic. on the occasion for of 3 peculiarities in his pulse had been pattern, we advise him never to gn abroad} that out of his command of three tbous- s / .,

tore of the lily than the rose. Her eyes were blood was gushing from your cheek, and en. her coronation, and the expense incurred observed during life, which might perhaps without clapping his handkerchief it H if it and men, while in the terra calienele, be lost C

blue and rather large, which were shaded with deavored to take me off the field. William, some of the "Jixins" we give the following have found a solution. So strange a natural were bleeding. three men in two months. Cero Gordo, Con. : : ,.

long silken lashes that served to temper and we are both going to our homes-perhaps estimated value of the costume worn by the position of so many important organs was A nose unusually elevated in the middle, treras, Churubusco, an I th, ? *'

subdue the fire that burned there, into a soft, never to meet again-what can I do fur I Emperor Napoleon on state occasions, when. never before seen by any of the physicians like the arch of a bridge, marks a person Gates ofBelen, Chaplepc of the v ': f

penetrating, and melancholy light. Her lips .1--vn.i ?," I attired in full dress uniform of a French general who witnessed the examination.. !lying, idle, inconstant: ., J luxurious, credulous, providential results ; and now that the me. _-* ; ,

resembled in color, softness, and contour, twin "Captain," answers the young soldier, as as drawn from official sources : ---- importunate, ready-witted, a gross liver, and IropoIU is taken! all the ports of the nation in I I- -
rose-buds freshened by the dews of morning; he wipes his eyes with his unwounded' hand, Velvet embroidered suit, full dress The presentation of the frs Forged .iVoe. irreligious." Mercy on us Are there no both seas in our hands, their armies scattered t i

but there was an expression about them which as you say, I did do all I could for you.- uniform, .1:126: 00 -The day on which a note was first noses in the list ? For our own part, if: to the winds, and their mere : ff
assumed for it seemed When I enlisted I in heart Half boots gold embroidery, 0 00 presented at the Bank of England forms a goo government 3 3
rose-buds never really swore my that I we were not already provided, we had! aboutas form- the Lord has hardened their .
tilt divinity itself slumbered there in that rosette would never desert you. When the balls Military hat, finest beaver, 1 10 memorable era in its history. For iltJ.fourI lieve do without a nose a make a shift hearts,yet and they will not hearken to overtures 11 Lj t.f:

,etherial bud I Her forehead was high, were coming on in showers} I did'nt care for Diamond button for bat, weight years tho establishment had circulated its paper with any such wicked snouts a these. or think of i

ud rather broad-her nose, Grecian-her i myself but I thought of you. Death was 277 carats 232,000 10 I I with freedom, and during this period no "A nose indifferently long.and small in the Under these circumstances peace. the result of :: t l -
rAIn whir and full her hair fell, not then sir but I of who Sabre, the blade of the }best Da. I had been made to imitate it. Tie who middle bold ntional J; .'
tapering nothing thought one attempt signifies a person honest this contest must be obvious to all. A court- : ;!1
fawn in graceful ringlets," as does the hair was far away. I promised her when I left mascus manufacture, 10 10 takes the initiative in a new line of wrongdoing soon angry, but soon pleased." As noses try will into our hands, unless Mexico t.

of the majority of the heroines of fiction, butit my home in Dayton, Ohio, that I would never Sabre hilt, a crocoatlo of solid I has more than the simple act to answer go, this is vorth any money. I is not to be shall : fal a speedy peace, by the decrees.' ot 5-1.; "
unconfined in of auburn softness gold, weight 27 ounces, 103 00 for : and to Richard William Vaughan, :
hung waves desert the banner of the stripes and stars. sneezed at. Him who orders all things, against. our own ; i
and tincture over shoulders of slightly co. Captain, give me a line to my old, dear moth. Diamond called the Regent, in Stafford Jnen.rpr, belongs the melancholy ,*A nose somewhat hairy at the end, bigger will, and it will b our duty Christ- ," 1:! ;-
a
lored snow'and: her round, symmetrical figure, er, and in it please to say that I have done my the mouth of the crocodile, 1,600 00 cejebnty led the van in this new than ordinary, but small where it joins.the ians. and utilized corp rule and gov. -l

was not deformed by bustle, or other absurdities duty." Epaulets, formed of the finest bril. phase of crime, in the year 173Q. The records forehead, denotes a person ofgond disposition era that land a in such bing as will secure ',. i
of the Parisian of dress-in fact liants, 30,000 00 of his life do not show want, beggary, :
style as Although the utmost! order prevails, such but too easily deceived. Supposing this to the greatest happiness to t the greatest num.
I before; stated, she was fair, very fair, and scenes daily occur in the Quartermaster's de. or starvation urging him, but the simple desire be a lady's nose, we shoul feel no sort of in. ,hers. Such, we believe, are the wishes of a :. '
some thought her beautiful. She was un. partment. What a series of novels might be .397,741: 10 to seem.greater than he \vas. By one clination to take advantage of her easy na. majority of our people, and such appears to bo \ 4"
doobtedly! tie fairest, purest, and loveliest wOemu founded on the conversations that occur he. On analyzing the above, it will appear that of the artists employed, and there were severat ttire. It seems to be a good, honest none, but duty. Blest beyond other people in our .
/have ever known, but she was not an tween soldiers and their captains when the the clothing, hat and boots, including the gold engaged on different parts of the notes. the a very hideous one. I our and in the any land which has fallen! ; :

angel! fray of battle is over.-Jfevs Orleans Delia. embroidery, was only .1:133: 10s. ; while on discovery was made. The criminal had filed A nose every way very big, very long, I to government our inheritance it becomes our duty to ex- .'. ?

There are as pretty women now, I ventureto the score of ornament, the enormous sum of up to the number of twenty, and deposited and with wide nos'rils, denotes i person more tend these blessings to all mankind,' whom jj J- :J I
The '
yyung man'* rour.e.-I saw him first $397,008 was expended. the hands of a lady, to whomhe
there when Abraham them in young
presume as were weak than wise-fallacious! subtle, conten. under rule. fc
at a social party. lie took but a single glassof of his wealth. destiny may place our ., '
entertained angels in his teat; I mean as pretty was attached, as a proof tious, luxurious, Tain. lorious, envious, and *
countenances; but did you ever picture in wine, and that in compliance with the re. The expected Comet..-In a recent letter! There is no calculating how much longer impertinently curious." Whenever we meet The of Lying.-'l'he late Abner J "
your mind, dear reader, how odd an an. quest of a fair young lady with whom he con. written lank! notes might have been free from imitation shall refrain from Sigh th 11
very versed. by Lieut. M. F. Maury, of the U. S. (he nose, we hardly givingit L. Pittsburg, remarked, when ba t ]
gel would appear now.a-days in the midst of I him Navy, to the lion. John Quincy Adams, we had not this man shown with what ease a tweak. was dying-" Mother, I can tee a great dis *
saw next when he he }
our fashionable ladies I think we have but supposed was find the following reference to Pingre's Com. I they might be counterfeited. From this pe. "A nose conveniently big, and reasonably lance!" Doubtless, this is the experience, t f.

little cause to wonder that such a long time sire unseen formed, taking a his glass morbid to satisfy the slight lie de. et, which is expected this year, showing the !, rio forged notes became common. The Hi. straight, denotes : person peaceful, meek, beautifully expressed, everyone who comes '* i

his iatervened since we have heard of angels there by indulgence. awe and alarm it inspired in former times. cility of imitation is so great that when the faithful, laborious, diligent, secret, and of good with a chastened fait, to a calm death-bed. "* % j i\
visiting our shores But I must ask forgive. thought was no danger.I comet is about expectation of profit is added, there is little intellect." Oh ihou
.. Pingre's just now to make happy nose Mayest In his through ordinary life, the)
him VL $
***> for; this digression. meeting saw at night again to with spend those short ofhs time own in age., i its appearance for_the third recorded time, to hop_of restraining the I L destitute.1'_ .L.or. _L the___bad.C I continually i inhale the. scent _of roses And vapors prolrs in his mental atmosphere 4 J',.*, -:
Dirk u the dispensation of Providence a convivial the inhabitants of the earth. On the occasion from a career wmca auus me cuarm ui may we, no long timq hence,find such a nose : render the vision and he cannotsee : 1 i
proved to my heart, and as devious as it really pleasure. He said it was only innocent of its former visits, it carried terror and novelty to the chance of gain. The publicity. on a fair lady's face afar off; but imprfec near eternity, ;
*u the time had arrived that I and amusement. the gi\en'to the fraud, the notoriety of the proceeding f
> now dismay to minds of kings and princes.In the air grows purer, the light brighter, the t
1 met him next late in the evening, in the
of the
forger
Chryseis had to part for the first and the last 1264, it was regarded as a and the execution and '
streets, unable to reach home. I assisted him messenger whichup Old gentleman who has resided vision clearer, security pervades the whole : .
time I With the disease that had tended to excite that morbid sympathy, Re.-A
with the of
execution
same swept charged of
sentence the vista of the
in India fourteen hundred ; futurity I
for
opens upon
thither. lie looked ashamed when we next for many years bin ,
tiy her parents, brothers, sisters and all, death upon Pope Urban IV. to the present day is evinced any extraordinary miles up the Ganges, says that the people eyes of the soul; be beholds the gates of Heaven t

C TseM Circe-my heart's idol for so many met.I saw him next, reeling in the streets a I At its next return, the Emperor, Charles crimin !.-[History o th Hank o there who are able to there Rice, do t not ,and the river of Life, its glad waters .
!$!*, revolving years-died in arms !- ; V, of Germany and Spain, wrote of it, "Hi" England. kecl footstool of the
&e my confused stare was on his countenance, and _ eat it unt it is two 3 : anj tin sof part kissing the throne of God ; the I.
fell like an untimely tlower,'Plucked indiceu !." It is saidthat :
'
away me meafata vocan of the world
ergo
has the glories new brighter
eat out by worm. grow upon
words of blasphemy on his Shamewas made for tute. ( they i
ialtl tongue. n ActiveThe was i
own month of June! The last of her he resigned his crown to prepare fur the ont is body made for actuity. I'utany winnow it clean and eat it. Rice is the corn- him ; with Stephen, he beholds Jesus at the I .

race, or family connections, as the last sun. gone.I him he. dreaded summons.It Every pat mon food, and the people are obliged to right hand of his father; and a be dwells J
beam melts the saw yet once more- was pale made for use, will Fiilfer: injury to |poor '
away on western horizon, so has now been gone for another period of thing cat Rice, an rich people do hen'. Thisgentleman with rapture on these enlivening sights, the : j \
new
cold
and motionless, carried his ii'buf.
A anis: by The !human ,
awhile lie stiil.
and
lingered then vanished for. three hundred and it boy t
near 'to ; "Fp.caJ dim about
years soon comeback that his earth and all its prows :
friends to hit last In the small says during refi.J"ncc in scenery
And all dark resting-place. fered to remain inactive, ulI"I
er was as midnight to provided with an4arming" which wil I ElishaVservaiit the of
t' hid-ku my procession that followed, head! was cast the If would India, there have been famines in the district him ; and like at gate :< .
been since every strengthens parts.
you .
I ever be as significant to the astronomer of what: it I Activity around him in which. "millions of Damascus, he is instantly environed with '
down and seemed shake with what ,
people
to uncommon use per
She wu the only girl I ever loved the has encountered in the I have more strength you lust you
is
depths ofspce, as i ished." The famines resu't: from the entire troops of angels, who came to take him ur :i
anguish. His father's hairs were goingto have and it will increase. The right use of !
ly who overjoyed gray ,
girl me. of thn of the the
depths ocean, sand to the over the everlasting; hills, in the chariot of the
absence of rain for six months and
the with His mother l learned scorchngwinds ;
sorrow. members also, must liy
Still o'er tie scene my memory wake*, grave wept mariner, which adheres to his lead. your b jirac- Lord of Hosts. t 11 I
to think she had such is for in. which destroy all vegetation.: The
And fondly broods with raiser care ever given being to a But so far from its expected in tice. Much practice necessary, I .
Tint bat the impression deeper makes, child. 1849 of dread and appearance alarm to stance, to train fingers to the various uses British Government are building a canal of "Sir up them MonkiesT. '-An exchange )
As streams their channels deeper wear. thought of bis future state. I opened the and, being cause its is looked pow.for in which they are to be employed so as (to great capacity, from the mountains in which pi i d following touching harange, deliver

BURNS. Bible, and read-" Drunkards shall not inher.it ers potentates, coming use a homely phrase,) to make them handy. the Ganges rises, down into the country J'Yt.chundre ed in a late menagerie scene I '

Tizz4Fig.IVestkyvs the kingdom of Heaven !I" even interest by, the and multitude will be hailed, with with a degree pleasure of eager and The l body, likewise, needs goo exercise, lo miles: at' a expense of fifty millions This, ladies and gentlemen, is the natural .

; Missionary Society of England. The Cockroach Nu ,ance.-This being the delight in lands. > keep it in a healthy state. \ parts dolar.for the purpose of irrigating the kangaroo-the animal what aprnach.s to .
many I cost of the canal i is to be paid from '
-*t a meeting held in Paris last month, on cockroach season, the pest of kitchens, whenit From a mysterious bringing of its machinery have a great work to do, man second only to the baboon ;
** Jfof the above Society, it was stated that makes nocturnal excursions, the following tidings of a dreadful, potent messenger and awful calami. every day, in turning your food into bloo and the revenues of India.-Neio York Journal of with much velocity on its bind legs, of which i

beetae for the past year was about 1:115 recipe may call forth the grateful acknowl. ly to a terror-stricken world, astronomy, by its in sending it a great many in Commerce. it has two. from rock to rock. I would be
=itfcit the society maintains 417 missiona. edgments those of our readers who suffer has changed in the minds of men a vast number of little streams, to every part jVt Af...-Ni bt is beautiful in itself but stillmore much more like man if it hada't a tailbuttbis
:""*"* from the of this progress the But this will not beautiful in its associations it is it remedies with much art.
!DMl800! other agents, has in its presence loathsome insect : the character of comets ; they have been of body. machinery ; not d"fec I
; tkou about:500,000 hearers,whom "Take a lil.pennyloaf of wheat bread- made obedient to law, subservient, instructive work if the body is all the time inactive. It linked, as day is with our cares and our toils, curls it gently into its waistcoat pocket .

i"'Il communicants and members, has the staler the better reduce it lo a crumb,(of and useful to man, in his upward and onward requires motion to give .it power. There is the business a the littleness of lf The nobody is any the wiser. It feeds principally

h 12OOO pupi1l, aDd employs eigbtIDI.wtahmeDt. course after paring off the crust,) then in apint They teach important truths, and nothing, therefore, so bad for it a lazints lun.shin brings with it its action : we rise upon what be can get, and is found in the

f .. of boiling water put_two.teaspoons full of assist progress.to reveal the secrets of nature. I is like a dead calm to the windmill, which in the morning, and our lu i before us ; island Borneo, which I have a brother who 4

cayenne pepper, one of pulverised orisseed, stops all its machinery. but night comes, and rest. If we was born there myself. My brother has often

I 'rhOIJ.BtlK; tlft ,7-Man of Simple Jfabtt.I .- half drachm of saltpetre, the same Quantity I Good SffRit'menf-Profane language is to I leave sleep, and ask not dreams forgetfulness :. seen the kangro. as well as myselfleeding .

I tile
I hs&di1po0 .. a maD of simple habits and of hops. Now .throw in your crumbs of[I. to veneering-spitting, shivering and defacingit. amonk the battle fields of Mexico any one is thought. Imagination has thrown of the meat and shaving themselves

I inIershisbiggage, when moveing ona bread, digest for six hours in a moderate heat; .. It is in bad taste, offensive to & majority, should b disposed to resortlo self-destruction her glory around the midnight-(he orbs of with the ..ell. The kangaroo is remarkable
I I de.cribed life. Captain Kennally, Heaven the silence the shadows are for his valise, which is a natural decavity
,
M being carried by one strain through a cloth, add to the liquor 30 and gratifying to none. to get o o Cl. Iced
I ud t-. elephants one thousand drops 0(the tincture of quassia, and Wit stand Irwin's Regiment 'committed in poetry. Even in the heart of 1 his abdomen, into which he puts his kittens

I ,, hmdred Cl.llle1a, eight hundred wagons till next day; then bottle it and keep it in ''a A towel dipped in hot water, and applied to Rio Frio, by placing the hilt of his sword upon city, where the moonlight fell but upon pave. I india exceedingly portable. 'These a the

I h7 bulloci.. aDd( these escorted by two pantry. Some dozen lumps of sugar, saturated the part affected will, it is said, afford an cf. the ,r His body was pier entrly ment and roof Ibo heal would bo softened,' guinea pigs from the island of Guinea ; they

with this mixture, and strewed about the fectiro and immeoiale relief to the painful contraction I he died in a Capt.K. and the mind elevated, amid ibo loneliness of I-theyaiasyeflowaagnineasandcodoneguioes

kitchen, will remote the pest in a few &!all.'- of the muscles called cramp. ha left I wife and children i Cincinnati. night's deepest-. and> stillest- hours. --
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".: r 1)' tYum Ike..Y. O. Picayune. Ibf'i: It". FYQm the A no Oflttnt Delta oj /' *. 15. can troops, has, it is aid, created considerable "i the Ohio Statesman. Florida Conference vcr exceedingly pained to ; -It'iut--- *iti.

) 'li; J(: IMPORTANT: NEWS FROM MEXICO. MEXICAN AFKAIRS.-TIE TREATY OF surprise at Qu.retr inasmuch as i was MEXICAN FEDERALISM-IT DUPLICITY cal report only 21 schools t1, -

ti 'I... 01\.. SYw Hays Later from Vera Cruz.t' PEACE supposed that propositions of peace were go. -AND ITS REWARD. The fourth session of the Florida Annual scholars, and only the pitiful sum of 8

t :tt I f The fctraimhip New Orleans. Capt. Edward Our correspondent! having been unfortunately ing on. Every Whig member of the United States Conference, was hel in ".aycvit Ga., Jars(olrcc durng the yeast kt tins 16dt

t' .i't.- t., Auld, to whom we are indebted ror the prompt for us, selected ns bearer of de patches Padre Jaravfa.-The elegant saddle from Senate,that voted at all, with but two exceptions presiding, in his health dis- ble' of causes connee with the jelirioJ

'J' 't '. delivery uf our corie!pondence arrived ves- to Witshington, has omitted: to write us, and which the Padre was shot, aid I was reeking when the war broke out, voted that it commencing February 9th, 1848. Bishop training of the rsing generation, into wSjJ

t t.; terday aft<" rnn from Vera Cruz, havinjj: sail. WP are tberpfrt deprived of our most reliable with blood," is in the possession of Dr. Barnes, was commenced by the act oftbe Republic of ANDREW discharging the duties of his office hands, will bo soon committed all the neJjtrusts

...: ed on Tup.sJs'lut, the 6lh inst. :She:) brought source of information respecting affairs in U. S. A., arrived at New Orleans, to wh m Mexico; and every Whig member of the with that accuracy and facility with which he is both of Church an State, whicT

':'1,; ]' .:', over sixty ofBcers of the army. Most' of them .Mexico. it was presented.The [House but fourteen, by their \'otel given under accustomed to do business. now have under our Ct. 1e

.": ',"; are oidered on the recruting' service. The We are happy to learn that Mr. Freaner Monitor says that he escaped with a the solemnity of their ofca oaths, endorsed The preachers generally wore in attendance, The importance of early religious ?

,'.' ..:; New Orleans bad! some thiity other cn!!,in pasf arrived at Mobile in good time on :Saturday:) slight wound in the hand, which meets. with time same fact. At tbl same time these and in the true spirit ff :Methodist ministers, for these high responsibilities must L training

.t ) \: ,. '.'' enters; :and about IOU divchar: :: "d soldiers" and and is now t>n his way to Washington. From little or no credence. men voted a law authorizing the President to attended to their business, without the least to all who give this subject 'even a mperlcha.

: ,.' <rs men. The ship} has raa Jo an other charters we learn that there is no doubt The advance of Gen. Marshall's train went cal out the troops, regular and volunteer,to jar or unfriendly word, all seeming to meet hvestigation. From the ImittleLa

.,:1 :: extraordinary! nm.t. that he is the better rfa Treaty of Peace, into the City of Mexico on the 21st ult., and repel and punish the enemy. Then they each other in the proper spirit of fellow-labor I we }have, made of the good
.. Mr. Tri-t under the sanction Col. Miles with the in next acted ers in the same common vineyard. The session bath School Bab
4 t. !IVt-atier( arrived at Vera Cruz on Sun. negotiated by rear was expected a patriots. rnerrll Wf are !
: day Ian!, the Oil. inst.. I bearing depa rios fmmG and approval of Gen.: 8rol, with the Government day. Since then the party, under the belief that was truly one of "prace and harmony. the fact that one generation !1

..r' '4,: ;,-n. Sc.)tt! fur th! Government Itt Washingt : of IVna y Pena. The Congress whichwas Zonobia is said to be some t twenty miles political capital can be made out oflhe war. Win. II. Kennedy and R. S. Tucker, were in Sabbath Schools would be more t.ID

'I t 4': ;: n. lie was only four (U}$ from the city: of convoked at Querelaro on the 8h: of January from Vera Cruz, and in force, awaiting the denied the fact for which they voted, and amUct: on trial in the travelling connection. carrying out the great 'designs of rfcetQ revealed .

Mexico. l rJ e sailed on Monday, the 7ih inst., had robably a quorum about the UM ofJanuary train under Cot Bankhead. Measures have charge that their own country commencedthe 1' SIwar and J. J. Scaly were admitted into: in his Gospel, than all the other 8

t t' "n board ll) IT. S. steamer Iris! f"r Mi! .!)ie.! and from the character and known .I 'been taken rse his crowd, if possible, war. Though they voted to send men to connection. Isaac N. Craven and John .uixiliaries that have ever been in ha opera,

". I The New (Vleans w.m detained l Ir; two d.s t 'ril'uftht! members returned, there was no by sending Captains Connolly and Fairchild's Mexico to fight the battles of the country ; McPhail, at their own request, were 11 con. tion. p

';:: ti> give ,llif It is llmt t.) ;g<%< in ahead-why'is doubt that they would ratify treaty as soon companies of Louisiana. mounted men in ad. yet now, with a baseness that has no parallel, tinued. Thos. "9. Cooper and J. M. N. Lowr. In view, therefore, of our solemn

: '0' ,.,. Kticely! Knm\n. The Now Orleans.! : ::101'I :0 It was concluded! I by the Executive. Tht vance. they take ground in fivor withholding supplies permitted to rest, on account of i health. H. bility in this matter, and the vastness Isp.

.. ,, ;.. : rr, o\eito"k the hit and, ;iax..ed her bdm': ho: I I 1.'mbt1 who went from the City of Mexico, Veritas, writing from Vera Cruz (Feb. 7,) and leaving the gallant men, whose T. Jones, J. J. Taylor, and D. \rhitt Jun., portance; we(J.} most earnestly! tbe
known to the Delta that Mr. Dimond the col. deeds have reflected such honor the American at their own request, were Ioat.d. of the coren
.; reached the Btlize. The d'llnli'twI! l,roighbv were to hp\ruhlp to peace, and had, says on adoption following !
: :' )1-. Kreaner aie of! the ntnnM! inipiirtriti previous, tc) th:.ir departure fur Queretaro, lector has received a I letter trom the City of I names, to perish there without arms to The Conference adopted a Report upon 1. Re.rN.I, Presiding:

;-' -J. '. : : The nature nf them was ppneraily: kn.vn: 'held conjugationsith: Gen. Scott, and received Mexico, (dated January 27,) which reads : protect themselves from the attacks of the Sabbath Schools, and one en the subject of pfcher charge h Jlfan't '

..' at Vera Cruz, but from a source: in which we passports fiom him. There is not the rmst distant idea of peace murdering banditti who roam through Mexico Education, as may be seen published, and more promotly to duty rqUse aeD,

I., 'f have abiding cwnfiJence we learn that the Fiom passports which have come to our at present and the revolutionary movementin in 1trili parties, for food to feed, or clothing concluded its principal bu
j Mexican Congress: has sent in terms of poare. knowledge are satisfied that the Treaty the interior has frihtenot the Government" Ito cover their nakedness. The men who morning, the 12th inst.At :. 2. Retore That the Bishop ,

.. I .,; .; which Gen.: Scott has taken the responsibilityof which had been previously: agreed on between at Quaretaro out wits. Had it not been thus act, complain that: they are denouncedby 1 o'clock, A. M., SJturda.thc 12th the to appoint an agent for Sunday b rqo.e,

_ ., ',1 One of the article* of this arrangement the Mexican Commissioners and Mr. for OS deserters fr m our troops, who went t their patriotic consi ittients. Missionary Society held its anniversary, in thp shall travel through o bounds in behalf(

t 4 ': is that twelve thousand United Tiist, has received the approval! of iho Mexican J over to the Mexican "government, a revolution The tories of the revolution, and the blue. neat and commodious Baptist Church. After Sabbath Schools, a the Discipline direct-

:. Slates:) troops shall remain Mexico: until certain Congress, and is now on its way to Washingtoii. would have taken pat! at Quarelaro ere this. light Hartford Convention Federalists of the being! opened with religious sficei the which Agent shall deliver an address tl.;

.. obligations are liltil".d-lhc temaindcrof We hate no very distinct or authen. A poor thing to depend on our deserters for Iat t war, made similarcomplaints; yet they and Treasurer made his: report, as to the funds subject Sabbath Schools at our next Confer o
.. tic information their children have been compelled to bear which had been collected from circuits and
: the troops to be withdrawn. of tie character of this Treaty support.
-- r ..! We learn further that the! preliminaries: of but have some reason for believing i is Col.! Bankhead, i is said, will be Governorof I the name of lory and 'blue-light Hartford Con. stations during the year, amounting to about ence.As the Agent fa Sunday School?, permit
$753 of which the Treasurer
little
: the treaty of peace weie signed on I the fir't tiny! very similar, if not identical with the provisions Orizaba. vention Federalists ; and their children's children was a me hereby to say a good wor in their behalf
.- i ". flfFebruuj' the Mexican Government and of the project lul.miued by Mr. Trist in General Twiggs' proceedings as Governorof as long a the traitorous part acted in ashamed, seeing it was much less than the and to beg all the begin to awake
last
: that no duplit was! entertained that the :.Mi-ii- the negotiations at Tacubaya, last August.In Vera Cruz arc highly commended. the last war, and the tory party acted in the amount reported year. the people e\erher upon this great
1 this the There is no favoritism with him." revolution, remembered bear the The Report of tho Board of Managers, as slJjr
can CVmgrVasliicli %vas to meet in a few Treaty they cede to us all territorythis are inust Respectfully. P. P. 8
days, vvouli! ratify the same by a largo major eide of tho Rio Grande or rather agree Ile has caused the authorities of the. city tokeep brand infamy which they inherited.Can to the condition of the Missions in our boun-fc>,
that that the streets, &c., cleansed while the Mexican of the was then read-which represent the :Missions General Taylor's Letter.-The New
river
S" i ity.; By. tint terms of this tieaty "f understand : shall be the boundary line be. daily Whigs present York
I the ; the Mexican do their children different fate to be in a prosperous state, and increasing in Day Book has published the entire letter/rom
0 : Ibat the United states; obtain the Ixnintlary Ivvcf n two countries ; thence north, along light-fingered gentry not escape day, o expect D ? /
: : ofiihe Ko! Grande New .Mexico and the Southern limit of New Mexico, to the meritlt flagellation. Plainly a the hand writing on the wal in interest. (;en. Taylor to Gen. Gaines, which appear.

Upper California. The pecuniary consiJeration State of: Sonoia, until it strikes the river Gila; L to suppress gambling, he has adopt days of yore, their doom is written. thehour After these reports were fuhtniurrJ. Bishop eil in the New York Espress Januaf. is ;

& '. for thr!(> concessions is a mere tulle thence down the Gilt to its junction xvith the ed regulations to limit its evil rm'ct! when their country was arrayed againsta .Andrew was called upon to address the so. and has lace called forth acond letter
Colorado! I W. Rash, Co. I) Ga. Battalion died cruel and in ciety, which he did in a very lucid and forcible! from Gen. Taylor to Secretary
i compared with that proposed in the conferences ; thence to the Pacific, below the at perfidious enemy, a just' a war Marcy which
of Vera Cruz, Jan. 18. these manner, scathing us ocasionalJ- our mea we published last week. When this letter
at T.iculma.. Bay San Diego. This will include! all the on our part as wai.r waged, men 1
.' Our dates! liy this anival are to tlin evening slat of New Mexico, and nearly all of Upper Two order of Gen. Scott (of Jan. 20,) are gave "aid and comfort to the enemy," by gre colectons-al were timed, Gen. Gaines was published, some portions '

: S .>f the 2J insf. from Itl city of Mexico, and the or Alta California: not, however, including published. One re/pires that no deceased their speeches and writings to prove thEir own and dcsernd by us. as Ministers of the it were elated to hare been suppressed by t...

.. infmnation given above comes to u through the important flay of San Francisco, but reserving soldier! of any rank, (unless an executed felon) country wrong, and by defending and palliating : cause of Jesus Chri t. The Rev. Dr. Sum Express, but the Day Book gives the letter I
:
be interred without honors and the and cruelties and ners, assistant editor] of the Southern Chris- entire and on a comparison we find that !
FO many channels: and in such authentic form to the United States the right to establish military fleholdl perfidious bat i
: that we see no reason to question tho fact.Orizaba a shipping agency or depot of suppliesat without religious aeuices.-Sar. Georgian conduct of Mexico, in breaking solemn treatys'JpiiJations tian Advocate, then gave us one of his best little was omitted, and as we published it en

.was captured on the CGh: .!r. A that place.! In return f lor these concessions, 19th ins!. in: insulting! the American flag, speeches, followed by that important principle, tire on its first appearance there is no occasion .

., .. full acci tenders the : Demorralic County Convention. -Thr delegatei American and in that some collection of 112.! Good very good), parts. At the commencement of the letter
by one ol-our correspondents. One of I the to Republic Mexico, the um of seamen ; finally crown.
purposes o} ihc' expedition was to capture Ge,,. three to five Idlion., of dular more to enable from the diRtf'nt precincts of Duval ing act invading American soil with a hostile f fir Waynevillc-the true spirit of Christian after alluding to the Court of Inquiry in thecae
county, met in convention according to sp.I candor and religious liberality, seemed to of Gen. Gaines, on the
charge ofcallin-r
: Santa Anna at Tehuacan. The wily Mexican the Mexican \'( to organize and army and murdering American citizens.
I however effected: hit escape through the carry the treaty into effect, than a compensation I [poinlment at Jacksonville on the 12th ints., From the l fate of those who acted a some. prevail throughout the entire SefiCe5. out more troops than he was authorised t dot
a and were organized by the election of Gen. On Sabbath morning, Andrew at the of the
commencement
treachery of one of his countrymen.Com for tho lerritory acquired. I what similar, though scarce so traitorous. a Bishop gaveus war, he says:
'CHAS. BVKXE, President and F. LIVI a plain gospel 1 sermon, such **I have with
G."Tn" practical an solicitude and .
Perry returned on the riih inst. to Vera Such are the outlines of the Treaty which part, the days of the revolution and otthe last interest witcl.d
Mr. Trial has <>V.', cAAP.I".P'). there is for the Mexican one as a Bishop omiht always to preach. After over the result_ of the,_ !nr ; ; >. ._r
Cruz, from.an to TJacaUparn and negotiated with the Mexican war, no escape n --'---0---' .
expedition Government. It After an explanation of the object ofrhecon.ntion oflhe Tho brand is already which, Franklin; tewr and 1 J. Seaiey! I although it was not, regards the opinion
other town south. We have, a report of it, meets, wo are aS8urtd, with Whigs present day. a o
but are unable to insert it to-day. Our paper the approval of Gens. Scott, Buller and by the President, the following upon them, and it will remain upon were ordained S. and the Court Inquiry, what I could have wh.ed .
gentlemen wero chosen to Duval! James Middleton, were ordained .*. it, jet it was much I could hare
represent EJer
on will contain a mass of Mexican Smith. them and their descendants to the latest gen. I a a expected
news Tuesday unavoidably laid over to-day. We are induced to believe that the Government county, in the democratic Slate convention to cration. I. In the afternoon, we had preaching, togo : considering the hostile feeling entertained .
be holden on the third Monday in March next, At candle the Bishop read towards of the .
Two large trains felt Vera Cruz on the 7th and Congress have approved this efc. ligh you by some high functionaries
at Madison Court House to wit : Question fur a 1Vfe.-De you recollect appointments of preachers. This at Washington. I was fearful
that
inst.-one for Orizaba, under Col. Bankhead, Treaty ; this approval has been commu at
From St. Johns' Bar.-Col. Lawrence, what after is always a moment interest to the preachers; the President to
feelings were immediately might, some and
your even
rons.'sting: ()foer 1300 ( and the other fur nicatedby_ special express, and is now on its rxtent
the nf WI to Amander Parsons. you had spoken the first unkind word to your yet I presume the preachers, one and all, received without beins aware of ire some of An
: city Mexico, under the command of way ashington.' The fact of its approval, '
ilaj, Caldwell, of the Voltigeurn. and indeed the fact that Congress had assembled From Cedar Creek.-Col. John Broward, husband ? Did you not feel both ashamed : their appointments cheerfully, and like !m prejudices and nkind feelings of those around
at Chas. Broward, Jr., Jefferson P. Belknap. and grieved, and yet too proud to admit it ? men of ono work, resolved to go to their respective him in regard to you. If he was no doubt
a Queretaro
the quorum were not known Ao
L.l"ua Corrrspondence of Picayune. in the city of Mexico be From Jacksonville.-Augustus C. Gillet, F. That pride, madam, was, is, and ever will be, fields ot labor, and do their best for restrained from carrying them too far in consequence .
CITY OF MEXICO, Jan. 15. a wi seen by our Livingston, Chas. P. J. Foreman. the to come.Resolutions of '
Cooper, your genius. It i is the tempter which year public opinion which u be must
correspondence, at e\.j
From what I hl"ad I am satisfied of the Government our lat, ad'ice.The From .11andarin.-en. Charles Byrne, labors incessantly to destroy your peace, of thanks (richly deserved) to bate found was decidedly in 10ur f&or. Be
: correctness of the imparted tome present we are assured A. the good people of Wayneville for their kindness .
informed George Petty. which cheats you with a vile delusion that : that however a it may-taking it altogetherI
: in Jalapa, by an intelligent merchant who by persons fully in regard to affairs. From Black and hospitality to the "
in Mexico, is the that I Creek and Clay Hill.-Darling your husband deserved your anger, when he preachers, were am gratified at the result. ,
.. p-* has resided there several years, that an attempt tablished in Mexico strongest has been es. C. Prescott, U. Dillon, Joseph Finegan, really most deserved your love. It is tbe can. unanimously adopte by the Conference. Long, Towards (he close of the letter, after alluding

PI wouI be made to raise a natiarul 1 in. fo ninny years, and is ::1 Thomas J. Hendricks.On cer which feeds upon those glad! unspeakable long, may peace and protection of the Almighty to the di/HuIties be had to encounter previously .

lt F. -. {' bur, as it struck me at tho time, Scott fully adequate and of without even the aid of Gen. motion of Mr. Gi..u, the following emotions you felt on the first pressure of bis rest upon the people, the place, and all to marching on Monterey, on account

and, a has since been verified, the conspira. it conclude.our army, to enforce any peace named gentlemen were appointed a demo. hand and lip. and will not leave them till their its interests. of the scarcity of supplies, and the means'o?
tors bad: not culficicnt or to may I has collected around it There being no further business, the Con.
courage energy the cartic central committee for Duval county, ashes corrode your affections, blight )your : transportation he says:
the
attempt the execution of their plans. The strongest men country, who are during the canvassing for the next fall elections moral vision, and blunt your sense of right ference ajourN in peace and harmony)', to I moved in such a way, and with such

design appears to have been to raise simultaneously pledged to uphol it in its efforts to bring about : and wrong. Never forget that yours i is a meet again, Albany, Ga., the 24th- of January limited means, that had I not I

t in this city, in Pueha: and JLapa, favorable a peac I ialele\'e that the present ii a Col. John Broward, GIn. Chas. Bryne lofty calling-never forget the manner in ., 1349.- should no doubt have been succeedec .

and attack the garrisons, but especially which. has! opportunity, the most favorable Messrs. Lawrence Ryan, Thomas Lcdwith which the duties of that calling can alone be P. P. SMITH. ded, if nothing worse. I did so to sustain the

: flicers. Circomstances hate com to light prtfentet itself since the commenceinent and Benjamin Frisbee. properly fulfilled. If your husband is hasty, CLIFTON, FL,\., Feb. 16th, 18 t9. administration, but I do not 'believe the administration .

which serveto convince, (hit no portion,of the war, or that i is likely to The flowinf Resolutions were then your example: patience will chide a well N. B.-The numbers in society, as reported to be disposed to sustain me in'so do.

the respectable inhabitants here were implicated occur, for conclusion of a satisfactory and offered by : Jack, and adopted by the convention teach him ; your recriminations will drive amount to nearly 7,000,white and colored, ing."
in the aflair the practicable: peace. The evidence of the inclination a in the bounds of Conference.
; on contrary, they : him from you ; ouriol nce may alienatehis our P. P. S. The remainder of the letter precisely J tie'
of the
were desirous of the plot being discovered Mexican Go\'ermpnt to Resoli-cd, That in the opinion of the Democratic heart and your neglect i impel him to des. 05"Tallahassee papers please copy. same a appeared in January, 1847, and
i he found
to
in the address -
peace of
.. Mnt it w: through them information of the Pena! President convention of Duval county, all responsibJe peration.: Your soothing will redeem him ; shows the Gen. to have been rather
j design was nlt=ined. The Padre Jarauta, it y Pena, through his Minister, Luis officers be elected by him and the REPORT OF COMMITTEE be it. Ball. "wrtLJPhCn
ile la Rosa, in reply to tbe manifesto of sboult directly your softness subdue ; good.na. TiE 0: EDUCATION. \ penned -[ Sun.
the
i it confidently I said, was in the city a day or State the people, and consequently I our const-! turrd twinkle of those eyt-s, now filling beautifully OF THE }'Lonm.CO'ERCCC..
before the attack wan to have been nude, and Government of San Luis, in which he A Full Cabinet for Mexicans.-'Tl*
tution should this
be made to conform to radio will make him all .
that with tears, your own. In ,'ipof the of th .
it is
says policy of his Govenrnment very great importance a I
was active *n his .-efforts to excite the people to cal principle: of' Democracy. malignant industry of opponents
I make sound Education to the best interests of the orb
,. to perfect the plan. I is probable that a peace-that lie intends to do so, and Resolved, That constitution provides Curious Alid nt.-An accident occurred : war dissipates and refutes all their
ant our pretwcesin
\ that tho United States a church and the and the scarcity of I
4 give' no trouble for some time if ever, are willing to accept for the election Judges by the General Assembly in this town, on Sunday evening, which could I country in favor of peace. We observe that Albert
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as there isbut;; littt douh be was severely terms honorable to both parlies.. and not directly by the people, that it not have occurred in any other country on literary institutions f in our bounds that the, the Florida Committee I Gallatin is just out, in New York, with a 1t1

.. wounded in the IJrh had a few nights i Rumors is the-incumbent duty of all who hold in sa. earth save Ireland. Some young men, belonging Conference are should fully persuaded its best pamphlet depreciating the estimates offie ;

.ince with the party of ranger under Col. the of of Plce.lai alter mail causes cred regard the rights and interests of the people to a family in North Queen street, for the and now use exertions expenditures necessary to the prosecution of

Hays. His hor>e and his saddie: stained with the rumors semblance peace of assume more and more to insist upon the amendment of Ibis rea. had a quantity of gun power in the house, School, within founding the limits building and under up a control High the war for the next fiscal I year. He argues (

,. Mood, and I cloak! with his name on h, also authenticity. lure*. which was found to have got damp, and, in the as J learnedly and has evidently labor as't
I and the Delta of the Conference in which of both
Picayune of our youth
lined, were captured ; and a Mexican offi- Tie ( Sunday Resolved further That the delegation" from order to dry the combustible, they actually zealously, as if ho were absolutely pay 1

,: 1 i ." .It ,whoseskuhlwasfracturedliybeingthrown J"f,) Orleans contain from details by Cruz.the arrival of tho I. Duv&l county be and is hereby instructed to put it in an iron pot, and setting the pot upon I sexes Farther may obtain The citizens a sound Thomasville education. Ga. ofthe Mexicans and no doubt his I lengthy report !

4 I ceil.yt is horse against a stone wal in the flight, Vera propose the above or similar resolutions to the the fire with a much nonchalance a if theutensil and : is already on its way to Queretaro and t
of J.
arrival L.
I The Freaner to
having
vicinity, proposed ten
*. dying, said that was wounded. ('Mustang of State convention for their action thsrcon. contained nothing more dangerousthan I give th.sanl the Mexican capital,as the latest and freshest ,
l efot the Delta in the Iris Mobile dollars for the such
,) at bearer building
% a of up High
d 1 loo!; upon iho capture of Jarauta a On motion of the convention, they adjourn potatoes. That was not all : for, after item of American aid and comforf.
J I wou. despatches from Ge,,. Scott, we yesterday no. School, in that vicinity, under the control of
: t valuable that can be mdt, and an'n ed sine die. some time, one of the young men, to test the If Mr. Clay may be called a Secretaro :
thieumno ticed. ihfl Mo'iile' Herald of the Florida Conference and
I started from here in few By ( Sundaylast of the took and having requestedsaid State : Bell .
'' will be a CHARLES BYRNE, President. dryness powder out a quantity -\ a Secretary ]
1 he called Conference to Trustees for the
cspediti ,) was Frayner. appoint
i ch there is strong hopes will result F. LIVINGSTON, Secretary. r threw it into the fire. The consequence maybe Badger a Secretary of the Navy-Mr. Web
wb4 the Committee submit
the
Delta
inhis definite adiiccs that following resolutions
to effect :
capt "he of Jarauta "uld I le no we and in instant then Mr. Gallaturbe
S t" capture A7na.Tbe an came a frightful country- may aito'f f
in OriabaTlhuaeanSana 1st. Resolved, That this Conference cheerfully .
ulmse. t see no impropriety stating our confident
because I.is active, energetic andvaluable Picayune (Tuesday) ha letters from a cor. explosion. Five members of the family were the occupy his old place as Secretary I
belief that Mustang has with him the proposition.
is of more courage treatyof respondent giving a graphic description of in the room at the time, and all were more accept foregoing Treasury, on the same side. Add to tb. ,
talented I ana ps5sed which has been betweenMr. 2d. That we will forth thi
; h's t men. PJ'h'; peace agreed on Gen. Lane's expedition to Orizaba and Tehua. or less injured. Could the force of stupiditygo Rcsolrrd proceed fact that at least one of the Justice our I
than of( Trist and the Mexican with Trustees, a of o
., any too, !that Salazar I was r' the Commi.sion'r. can, at which later place Santa Anna was further 1From majority Supreme Bench has published a const \
but little doubt, Capt. W. J. Hardce, 2d Dragoons Capt.C. whom shall be members of this Conference,
id similar to that of Jarauta, ; almost captured. The lame duck had, how. argument against the war, and that Mr. Cor-' t
city upon an erra P. Harvey Georgia Battalion ; Maj. Van the Jacksonville Vetct,Feb. 19. for the location, erection, and organization of .
laborer I found it prudent to ever, vamosed, leaving behind him a coat al. win i the leader of a Mexican party in Congress )
-- but he, like bit Buren, U. S. A.; Lieut. W. W. Rich, Georgia DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.The .- said school.
THE and the commos'toe
ofthe
most covered with lace valued at 8700or representation
'. shorten his Cavalry Lieut. Dan Nickels, and gold 3d. Resolved That a majority of said Trustees t
; a large ,
"iait which I refer will 8900 mounted with delegates from the various precincts in ( in national and lit
; ."- ra._ ___ ., con. ; two costly canes shall be for our councl, among c
the
A CAflUflIU"f number ot wounded otncers and discharged this will from the of a quorum transaction ofLusiness
U' *red mounted men : hIM gold and diamonds and other precious stones; county, a appear report leaders of may almost be tMtor ,
mtof four: bun : have arrived in this :Steamer.:) ; also that the Trustees have author.
soldt'f their in Convention in this
abu met
all dragoons, under ..he an excellent field glass, two ma proceedings, complete. ,1
Texan and h The town of Orizaba nifcentcHlpeaUx ity to elect their own officers such
rangers General .ane, whose activity mcommand important was cap. de bras, two pair ofgold epaulettes., placo on Saturday last, and elected delegatesto ene by- It is strange tha, while these genuVtnea c
of lured occupied by Gen. Lane" at the head" for their own .
the Slate Convention which is to be heldat jaws government as they may alf
'Jehl in rt'Iting thu.I' ant a ofgold cord and 'bullion tassels, and an profess to desire a ,
lah they are
of I peace t
the neighborho of a mounted, force; under Col. Hays and Maj. Madison Court House on the third Monday teem proper, and make an annual exhibit of ding
with| elegant desk. Savannah they can to the But *,
enemy writing Georgian.Norse's protract war.
the Vtre I a
Polk the 2Sh of the funds raised, and how also
expended
( January.Two ,
': .iffernt on March next. We were to perceivethe i ; as
rejoiced this hut evidence that tit/
fr.nTlb.ir gives promie an overwhelming
; remidz \OCI trains left Vera Cruz the o the state and condition of tho Institution t:
large on 7th of enthusiasm and determinationwhich to
a'hui: Telegraph. spirit
t Telegraph time English are the consistent ofMeiicotPennsylraia'
will return with !Cme. insl. fir Orizaba under and the annual Conference supporters h
that be not one command of Col.
of dr,. .-Mr. French, the President of and consider it a most happy
; thing impnrant. if there ,, ; I Iingso. po'sihiJJ he a'lspnt' Bankhea-l, and the other for the capitol, under Magnetic Telegraph Company, taking a gtate.tit augury prenil'd From intelligence received 4th. Resolved, That said Trustees shall not .t.
The espedition wilt fume the command of Webb. make contract for the building outfit of (I
?rouighy: scour.I ; Capt. ment of the expense of telegraphing one bun- from various portions of East Florida, any or A Temperance King.-A recent If""
C ten or twelvedajs. and after tL 'wn 1 there Guerrillas.! -Col. McClrllan's! train which dred words to Liverpool from London, a distance it was understood the same spirit prevailed said Institution, until one-half the money shall from the Sandwich Islands, gives an act
": which it is kfc r"l left Vera Cmuz on the BOth ut.! be in hand, and the balance secured I
lug this valley in encamped that and that the ofthe Pen. by good of juvenile at 1
ke of225 miles, has made a comparison generally, : Democracy l temperance meeting 10
high
.. "e\'erl guerrilla 'bands, will sti 'JJ. S.c. night} at :San:) Diego. Thr next clay they: advanced of these charges with those on Morse's line. insulu are disposed to unite heart and soul wilhlleir notes. bai attended Iry a thousand children. .' .

I game in the direction of Orizaba. and were fired upon by SOle guerrillas "The distance from Washington to New Yorkis brethren of tho Middle and %'est. Much 5th. Resolved, That the Bishop is hereby speech was made by his Majesty the Ki ?' |:'

who were dispersed by our artillery and two hundred and twenty-five miles, and a ha to be done even before the Convention, respectfully requested, if possible, to appoint who exhibited great pleasure at the cvOe'

Some wag thus sets off' the ci "U "J ad. cavalry after a few volleys, leaving f\'e or six message of one hundred words i is transmittedordinarily and we cannot too strongly impress upon our an agent from this Conference for said High Speeches were also made by the Prime Minister t

'I. "%'ertisen whose flaming circulars, : at of their number dead.. in five minutes, but sometimes in friends in the neighboring! counties the deep School. by the High Chief of the Privy ,CU!; D

J lew than cost" with other staring c 'QliOI'. Some ten or filieen guerrillas were killed! three and a half minutes charge of five importance of a strict organization. Withoutit The report and resolutions being ad"ptc by cil, and by the Governor of Maui, ,ro < a

{ cover the door-steps of our Dn n. in subsequent: skirmishes with Capt. Taylor dollars for the first hundred words, but only we may be defeated,-with it we never can the Conference, tho following persons were honor to the occasion. Ie

". .e ling frequently : (commanding cavalry,) Capts. Fairchild, three dollars and tbirty.three cents for the second be. Every cO\nrYlhould have nti executive elected Trustees for said High School, \ :

} I Tfie,advertiser, having obtained hug nr'usr Chase, Besattcon and Lieut. Kelly, Louisiana and for each following hundred words. committee, with power to correspond, call named, and" will be known, n the Fletcher Saptsion oflhe Model ArT"D. c

is desirous of selling at less t "n Volunteer. Tho comparative of the American me@lings raise funds &c., dec., and these Institute : Rev'ds P. P. Smith, R. H. Luckey, of libiino. group > ,

!: it.nothing Calicoes, naousieline de laincs, abet '* The troops returned to Vera Cruz on aLe and English systems efficiency telegraphs, committees should be immediately chosen.We .- Ira L. Pottr. G. A. Mallette, W. W. Griffin, York and the excess otbeir indecencyi have

.; .r and all kinds of common god, 28lh ult. with eight suspected prisoners some, therefore, easily slated and comprehended:is trust to lef very shortly that such has and II. V.'. Sharp ; also, James Kirksey, W. aroused the respectable religiou* portion

o.1.:I':; I "1iring.pay t have taken away. Silks, tat- 'I I kg.not all, of whom have been released for English telegraph, 100 words; 220 miles, 10 been the case.Jloo G. Ponder, and Daniel Bird, Esq's. of the community to eflrtsfor their wppre c

: Brocades and articles of rare quality andif want_orproor min., $22,20 ; American telegraph' 100 And as the appointed Agent for said High sion. Petitions opposed to them have MW a

;: :i Jal j, be wi thank any lady or gentleman Orizl>& was taken by Gen. Lane without words 225 miles, :min.,'85.-Phil. Ledger, Fanicism.-We mentioned the School, I request tho Editors circulated widely, and bate been signed P'}>/
,. eive cannot afford further re. bloodshed, :300 cavalry having entered the Feb. 12/A. especially of tho Tallahassee papers, to thousands They will .presented i sI I
: ; at any ct; on the assurance of the other day that a gentleman of Boston,.bad obtained speak a good word in our behalf Legislature of the State this,weeV, aae a

.', \io.ppll STORE OF ALL, that no opposition would be y."ittlt A Smile.-Who can tell (he value of a a divorce from his wife in consequence Respectfully, fort made to prohibit the rD
CiiKArEsr
THE mae
,; the but beyond of her becoming Mormon. The New Eng.
nl. smile ? costs giver nothing, i P.. P. J.

'} No. 000 Nubibuasreet" meru Cot'S tY., ,. !I', lal, I---pal aiso-9-- t"ecn .I&Ken_, .price I to. the erring and the_ sad and land Puritan,.in. ,alluding t this case. says,._ 17 1749. Slrrl.Febl Ar-CcKK- FOR Cousspizoc.-A. M.. .\e: t.

_Jj :;1,1: sis adver.jiltdelpbia \diath I of Gen. Morales is announced. cheerless, the lost and forsaken. It disarms An estimable gentleman of this city,, Mr. r schamps has recentjy arrested_ J If Gerw UI G

:": ;f g gentleman aged twenty for a wife who The The 1 'ree American (of Vera Cruz,) of 3dinitdael malice-subdues temper-turns hatred to love i I Cobb lately obtained a dworce from hit wife, REPORT 0:SABBATH SCHOOL Academy nfScence. [[Paris,] in which.b.a 1

paper well educated .lot* .believe a word of a treaty of revenge to kindness, and paves the darkest had denrted.hirn to become the "spir- The committee to whom was referred the sens that b& an.fn&Uibb r. f
I0g-good looking- and bavjnt ',ignedfora letter written path with gems ofiun-lidbt. 'A unUe,betray itual wife of a Mormon." She was a woman subje of Sabbath Schools within the buns edy for di.ule of the lung, evea wlenberclea 1. I.,

: ; tptionable! connexions- lu peace ben 22,) writes that the rumor a kind heart, a pleasant friendj; an affectionate of high endowments, accomplishments even, the Florida Annual Conference, ha hare formed. He W. [ "arcJ"

her heart roiwt be whole art" if Mexic (141. U all a "hoai." brother, a dutiful too, a happy husband. It who had reared an interesting family of children the same under consideration, and deeply re recipeand sent ec.urity to th.e.fall \f

; -I r young lady answering to this ibbut the i iace Ireaty of Vera Cruz, add a charm to beauty it decorates the faceohm. and whole only failing,was, that she had gret that their limited time would, allow franca to b forfeited in.case theef&cj w

z '.c/h d willing to engtge pnaen,can An elpG'ition < canJr11eC deformed, and 1 makes lovely wan" allowed herself be captivated by the ridiculous them to give the subject that attention no which h.r rmedl.'b o bt. eitabluhed CII*- 1 t

---- -.- one whqe appearance I 00 the 2 JJJap. of Paradise. the Mormon i Us demands .
wmble
: ssvi the an angel phontasiea o Foht iprc ; an wo arc moreo- lInc

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FLORIDIAN.t view is tbe occupation her principal important boiugs t btntres. New Orleans-they both'tpe k, ff the rxUfenceof *te to that Contention. Thr .oly fred.reso To' Florida.Baptist Lf1 :

THE and this can effected without great truble. The business of Congress seems lo a large Mexican 1 ln'tbe C i Lj
ctit L b f.\I.fnd. arnfj nrtVawof its apprehended have heard adY'Dc why we should oat, is that SOUTH-WESTERN BAPTIST CHRONICLE. .
Volunteers rush to the field burning for active war. ing and The Whigs descent Getf. f'A ,
= speech-making. are opposing upon Woot. Here was I he there may danger a man Wing
Wdm.llo.ilo WCEKLT
b DKTOTXD
o mtranCAK TO t
"LtTVLON&. They are not content with comparative idleness in the war, and all to embarrass the administration and it might i''t' 1
doing they can danger b tbat the oppoeers of tbe ten nominated, and that we should b bound by the deCision Religion, Science IJteratwr, Cornmertimt amt 4

1 -- the camp. Their ardent zeal pants for the conflict in its further pro! utio.. Instead of regiment bill, if the northern Column should b of the Convention, if rich an event took place. General Intelligence:

Saturday, February 26, 1848'wEare _-_ of battle. I is different with regiriars The nlr passing the measures necessary to obtain a peace, swept off by the enemy, would yet repent for it (fn But is there any danger of inch an e1.1? "Apart Published in N. Orlean.nnder the Editorial care of : t

::-- -- is their home. They go into it to fight or not, a!. and to maintain the honor of the country they areabusing sackcloth and ashes. from the fact tbat at tbe North the. advocates that WM. C. DUNCAN. A. M.TT If'
Gen. WIL-
,> anthorized to announce of Gov- occasion may require. They fight well when it i is I Mr. Polk, and adopting lesolulionsdeclar- Proviso among the D.monf are becoming rmol has long been Ibe belief of the editor of the f

UM B.\tLE. a candidate for the office required, but they are less impatient of disciplinetnan ing that he begun the war unnecessarily and unconstitutionally. J!r. Cabeirs Statements.Mr. and beautifully: I lens," where is the single Democratwho al. Chronicle" as well as t he conviction of til our .

cnQtot ti State, at the ensuing election._ volunteers hen}' it is not required. For t these Vet they have not the courage to stopa CABCLL staled in his late Circular that Mr. is prominently before the party for the nomination souih-weiitrru Baptists, that the cans cl religion 'a 1 r'

e reasons, confirmed by the experience of the best t war at once, which they believe; to be thus tainted i B. B. FRENCH, the able and impartial Clerk of the who has not avowed his opposition to the doctrines cation would' receive of more efficient IUbuli1rOm thepubli ;. 1

}. We have reiye the proceeding of a Tatlcrnterti "Ith officer, were rfuhrl preferred to volunteers! in the in its origin, and which, of course, carrying out their : la't Hruse of r.prn"ntati\r", was an avowed Wil- of the Proviso, nr whose sentiments are not I leans, than denominational from ultn!t any newspaper other agency in New that can Or .1 : f t
held! in Quinry on lhe 19th intanf- aJlr !
f fJ
ilg < present state of thE war.. JEFFERSON DAVIS himself opinions to their I legitimate conclusion, must in- mot Pruvi.oist, and although this was known to known lo be aotagiuiistical to it ? Betides, aa omission be employed. Many have pressed a desire to see Jt
that they b published in the (ol'mfc of the Southern Democrats, >et they voted for him, a: 'Ille located there,and bUff avowed their willingness 1'
volunteer oftrcr
highly
vche
distinguished a a approves our country the deeper in wrong the longer it K to end delegates would be a tacit and t
in.ul
to the late hour at \% hichtneinoe to contribute both by and
Owing their friends turn money by personal r .
flanK- round and denounce him Mr. exertions ,
the recommendation, and, w itb powerful eloquence is prosecuted. They prefer to tempirize-to adopt ( to other Slave holding State It would be
reproach
to its but no ha.
to hind we are necessarily compelled lo omit CABCLL. for support; person hitherto, If .
) fur Vtyrisaoaittis
will be handed our whig urees the Senate to act in accordance with hslf-way measures. Fearing that action suited to voting charge telling them : We, one of yusr jour youngest sisters: horn fotiid ready lo undertake the responsibility and -of. lt rt

tb1 tD-d3! They o\ern it by passing the Ten Regiment BlWIU it be their ttonl! would meet the indignation of the people aeainst Mr. FRENCH rro\c to be unfounded. He i is are inure cons.natiff wf tie right of the South the arduous 'latxvr of'publication. The time lor its ::1 4 \

oeigbber,ad shall appear in our next parr. opposed to the Proviso, and has been from its first establishment has, allul1rh. arrived ; and the Baptist C }
su'd that he
T
son-in-law is
know and
A TL' aiding POL they choose to shield themselves behind a pol.Icy than YOB are. We better how to assert ,
introduction. When Mr. denomination, especially in the Sont."' is t .
Passage of the IAn Bill.jbe in the allrced intrigue for his own benefit ? which 'has the appearance of aiding: the war, I CABJLL" letter first ap ..intain the dignity ef freemen ana Southernersthan \ called on to sustain a paix-r whose grand cbjret tAu

L Bill reported by Mr. Vinton chairman I would he just as wise to charge Mr. Pouith while in fact i will effect an inglorious termination peared Mr Fnc.NCH addressed him a note, stating : >ou do. Florida, by such a course, would certainly istle prumotton and Ihe maintenance of true tcli J r-'t
)
cf the Committee of Ways and M.aTc. authorizing .intri uin:" when he recommended the Sub-Trea of it. (that from the first offering ofthe Wilmot Proviso in expose herself to the chance of wuhine 1( gum in the Valley of the Mississippi.Nothinc .' r .

)lota $16,0,0 r per centum passed the sury and a red-jctnn of the Tart They. were intended In furtherance of their designs, I they hara.oCd Congress, be had dt\rr his opposition on all occasions di'lract aid dividethe Democratic party in tl.e corn- surely. n<*ed b* said tn show the ;importance :i 1; 4' If
a o : and without reservation. This ray: the absolute necessity. in a religious
tfjisefof Rtpr"Mnt'ion the 1Mb instant by a for the benefit of the country, and are accomplishing a bill in the Hou.> for a loan on six per rent stock, rntt was ad- jog Presidential election ; and by her nonparticipation point of view, of baring a denominational ..
paper
dressf-d tu : C. with the ;
.t, of 192 to 14. The LI was amended bj the their o\jfrt with admirahle! prcigre The which even in time 01 peaoe. f"ito! to procure money ) :r evjxvtation that j"stirfwouhl in the nomination, cause suspicions tube entertained published in this, t!.,. rdporinm nuT of the south bi"a :i

llonse in three particular*-I*t. restrict ing the cer name llunz! r,intended t h> theTeu Regiment: t Bill, and and they pretend that this is a better financial Ot! done lo Mr. F. in as public a manner a that the success of the Democratic party i js wt'llterncc.unfry. hi'l j I-mdf'nll ly oft he benfits which

of stock to $50 ; 2d, requiring that n-' doubt its pa'!: ue would! also rflc-rt a good result.Why scheme for the war than Oie one which tloso; \ho the injury ht been inllirlPf But the reparationhas a matter of indifference to the sturdy: tlc3i'j rats of moral woiiM and result:tn the city' itself whose need of all the l:
influence
tila't 'r"r religious which can be brought
shall be and d.xM the ll ii.< ? Simply be- favor the desire to l. Th! in not yet been made I may tot be consistent the 'f
; published at Washington, ; I.rderoluntff war get 1''lcl ir"I"lln. I Land: of Flowers. to bear upon it, none will deny the advantage* accruing '. tit

capitals p of the Several StaUs and 3d. pledging I lh. cai-e: the raising of reculart would increase Mr. time of peace. and the Presides Ia b.-rn successful with our honorable: representative's: notions ot making But suppose I here "a danger of the nomination of to the Hat.fiy: ca-j'e from tbe establishment of :

faith of the United States to raise sufficient revenue Poi K.'r .patronare." There i is nothing for it to be t. 1 in time of war. Why, thtn, shuu'.d! the lormrr war upon democrats to lake b irk a riiisr.'j .!en- a Wilrcot Provi*." man ? it not the duty f fevery a denominational paper in a city where intelligence I ,
tation, even when applied to b the I oleverykimt i is.ueeaulilyobtainedand from hieh r
for the payment of the interest and tie redemption frichtened at. Haxn't the war already, va-'lly in. be adopted, and the latter rejected ? Can, tb,-rebe sented. This psrty misrepre I Southern Democrat to oppose such a hmenta it can be disseminated more easily than firm .'-, t!i
'Toruf Mr. CABF.LL exposed,there i is any
of(he principal. crca<>ed his patronage ? Yet the If'Aig will 1(1 its any other motive than to embarras.* the prfgrss of I ble. result to the be s' cf their ability ? And shill 1 1i other city in th.- South would be incalculal.le.- /

readers that he has lo"t las popularity, and will ad- a war which they oppose but which they are not nothing!l lelt of f his Circular but t the a ri.loT. that i I the Democrats of n"rid.-our own beautiful Florida With the Mississippi: on the one "itlf. and the Golf t t: ,. ::

Sstrangtr., duce the elections of last he gave hu vote for Mr. Wilmot! Proviso Speaker, I of Metiro i n the other New Orleans far l
A year to prove it I this bold enough to slip .' remain aloof, when her Southern sis'tr are standing possesses .oj il
We received few day.incerom our old friend WI his. .ffsets for that vote rejected I greater facilities for communicating with eveiy larjr .
a
be tr.I.lslatron.ge does him more harm than good, .Again why do they talk about raising volunteer: THrOP.1 je shoulder to shoulder battling with the enemies city in the United State*, and for obtainineari cant ;

Hij. 1athaDI.of Quincy, t present of a White Shad and an "intriguing" man would: be ,'eryapt to try instead of passing the Ten Regiment Bill ? They for want of voucher*. I; cf the Constitution for our tights? How can she knowledge! of every imporlanttnv.prnrJll..t..chrna .
fresh from the Atlantic O ean. We did it full jus- The Jlrrixtrr ot lh* ind ro.t.-. |!1... 1- ;:
some more successful mode of prosecuting his pur- certainly know that it i!only whets there i!a pros- : :1.lJIt; 12J' e\cue herself, if, (or the want of her vote in the lake place within its boundaries. tSan, petliaps. any : \ 4

tic and found it excellent. I was caught in the wsii s. The West Florida.orin must find some better [ect of active fighting that volunteers rush to the following i terr.arki I in reference to Mr. CABLLL'scharge Contention, "Wilmot Proviso" man should other city in the Union. Situated in the Or.trf ;i

Savanaah rirer. sent by il-road to Macon, tbtrt for the Ten Bill than Mr. PoLk'sambition. and its r.lltatiol. I b the wuth-western country of which it i h the c im : .. t
.
reason field with have
Regiment alacrity. They no desire for idleness nominated ? net be justly chargeable mercial metropolis. and thmnchout .
bv stage to this place, and arrived in excellent order. ..tr. French, late clerk of the House of 'ouldh which its periodical 1'
in a camp, and a a consequence (there would I.eclay r rrf.'t'ntatiH with treachery, a culpable disregard fir the rights' )I are freely! circulatrd. it must impart more ('C .' .
the the i is at home again, and convict d t Mr. u ; : ;
.Major
.a
By way I. lnn. of i
C.b.l. ( i'stmn
'. in getting; out the requisite number. But Florida. another act of duujuhrrii! ,, in the ol and honor of the South ? Far from u be the dH -* tone and character How necrssiry 'c ._
with the addition of fine White Shad on his table.nntfonoly | support : I it i i.. then, that nome salutary influence should ..
Decisions of the Court. ro. r .
Supreme send out men whose business it is to recruit for the his Northrn alliance with anti-slavery! whifcny.n she will be liable to such reproaches. \ a.
$imes \Io justly rPf"f.1 l from this treat city, tie correct as far S ,
grind at aU ,) it is bard to as possible. -
( surpass The following cases have been decided by the Supreme regular! service, arid furnish them with the means for [ his: notorious 1.I.rTIIh has ht-tn < xpessd| |t.r I I would not have presumed to have offered these M e evil which it disseminates 1
him in the line.Incurare. il t "s < Mr.C.: that I :
catering Court. at the present term. There are about .I hat purpose, tbe ranks will the sooner he filled.- he! mo1\whole; gro democratic rl tattmelt5.party, exrepl; Mr.charged I liu.lrne'u.! of I j few.disjointed; remark*, if it had not been for the The Esplists..it is hoi*d.ar?convinced of the nerervitv '-.II',l ; :.

tbe Artist I many mure ia which opinions are yet to be pro They can pick up men scattered through the country S. C in the Inlottd for Mr. Frenrh lor rink, i; hope that. other anti abler pens might he induced I lrnnrelhi rl obtaining a firm loot hold in few one-an.. )1'in
II IIIe'p oll..r t" a barrier to \irrojrressof\ Innran- '
nounced. 1 them together, and supply them, which no and imlir ilnatrd that Mr.: in-j inatiei the attention of the people.in oppose \ : p.
*
We visit 1IIlcha
paid a to the room of Mr.! RTSSELL, a ctl. upon is.-n. which J making rapid strides) to supremacy in 'w I-

I ayI3i two since, and were most asreoably pleaded Margaret Butlrr.aJm'v.! T. ]. Lathamr Les- I mere. volunteer, in the uncertainty of completing.is I .card f.\.n el a lit suspicion\\Ilmo J'ro\so.d by that oayinz Air.; 1 Illd'l n< 11 I' that Flc-iid may jet stand in line with her D"lo in-ir.y of stir western cities. Once tstaUi, !hed en a .+ .

at tbe collection of Painting exhibited lo U!as the lie TlK.mps.nn and Tliotnas II. 13nf'r. tru>tie", I. list would be willing to undertake. The pro:.. pp &c.-Erri'r to Leon Circuit Court. Opinion delivered ( Iro\i"n' more easily sunulv' the deitilutii n of Texan wblrfi. a .! .
of hi He has in the collection kbility, therefore, is, that rsgularg could b; mrtl< :011fl was, that a by democrts ''H a C.Ut I I
production rti ta
reD. I by Douglas, Chief Justice, affirming judgment I in the providence f God, has been lately thmwn = t4 j
Portraits of some of oir citi7"o5. which are admir- ot Court b.low.Hohtrt I loner in the present comparatively peaceful progress I clerk rt the 10u.e, whose. cpitm! fs were ui.knuwn, I I COTTON nFIORT. openand which initesll5.\\"ith cries and supplication '.- ; i

ble and recognized at a glance.: His Mitchell r*. Joseph Chaires, ex'r. of B.Chaires of the war than volunteers. Still, this ti.n-f i!a justification; S.ut.'r. ;!fur elertirg atE tierinined Receipts from .'e.2;',, 1810 lo 1S17, 7/517 *, to her assistance. Come forward then brethren f'as

Portraits liln.tf are characterized by a truthful representation -Error to Leon Circuit Court. Opinion deivered I not be allowed. Why ? We are incapable of cflave tirritory, uncimpi and ini slave:"ing adH.rote* lit( the the t.c !UM I'n |! '5" IS": to lS4", lZ2 and assist by your liberality, in extending atoll 1. g
Chief SI.f' tom l'r.icr. til the boundaries of the '
Douglas Ja.tice strengthening Redeemer's
.
\ affirming judgment king* .I .
of tbe living model, and will b.a the inspection of Court below. (:fiyin any reason but thaI of opposition to the rer-I j. pl.ice in which lie: would have the ci-iitn 1 ot all dom. ,.J .

(the most perfect CODnoi"un. We should Darius Williams. & John .A. Craig r*. John C. I nir.istra'ion, and a desire to do indireetlysshat t tl. forms of f legislation l.1 that: Mibjrct. Tl e irr.-., SI!:owin; an increase 5,103 It i is the intention of the editor fo pay special at. j.I

ourselves, thou: but indifferent judge, pronounre IcGhee, atm'r. of J. Miller dee'd.-Crrer to J -fersoa t hare not directly. Thus it I that whig are disport- that phlOtlOIa the alled'ed i!ir.l an absurdity which: ;it but i it based<:>[.eir: Prices may .he quoted fmm oj: a ( tention tothl"dt'partmtnto( Science and Ltterotvrrt .c .r;.
was
( Circuit Court. upon -- ---- --- -- in his article of
delivered admitting no a scientific uf ft
Opinion by Doujas. i themselves in Congress and these the -- --- -- ----- -- --- (paper .
them excellent pictures. Our attentions were ng ; are men untrue, and that Mr. Cabell knows it, and has
par- Chief Justice, affirming judgment of Court be- re- ; M A K i n !literary chancier, which does not tend to the cultivation .! j. {
I \vho boast that confidence cf fiisd to correct it. When his letter I I f
tirolirly bestowed upon a painting representirGdSAai g low. they hatu' tie coun- appeared Mr! j and improvement of the mental and moral
French, addressed him In St. John's Church, ir. this place on the 24thinst. "J. ;
:," the Harem Queen of an Eastern des- Darius Williams &. John A. Craig M. ElizaVth! ry. Did the people who elected then kmwthat a note. stating that I from 11.1| faculties ; by which means it cannot fail to prove a a. i: .r

pot. is taken from Byron's bra: tiful tie Miller-Kirnr to Jetfei!on Circuit Court. Judgment I hey would openly speak azainst the war, and jet by had first declared<'f7erinsof hi IltVllm.t Pros is'all in Concress: hI( by. the Rt1. F. H. R'ltlfl Mr. EDWARD J. valuable medium of instruction to any family into '. ,. I ; .
1 I poem opposition on occasions an I
STOW Miss F. POOL both of St. Mirks, which it be introduced.
I .. Corsair." She is represented in the act of afrmf.JOpl heir action pretend to give the means of carrying it without reservation. He .Jr. Cab II to J to : S.\RAI may ( i 1'1 .
pro flwc'd|
8 ,
Wat.adm'r. of T T. Chard, JamesM. Honda. A table of New Orleans Price Current currect- s :
to the sleeping of her lord and r 0'n? We will not believe itThe accident which make lie! correction publicly i !I.did! this. I' .
cesding apartment Clardy-Error to Hamilton! Circuit Court. Opinion a _---_-_ .-- e _
I master,with dagger in band, to plunge i ir the hear delivered Balzel, J. leversins judgment- of P!.ared them in their present position, w1 duly l statement, but it appears; to have been mole rnnsis- --- =c= -- = o the planter and any thai are interested in the state : \

of the The of the is Court below lernanding; Cause for further how how little of confidence they deserie. Tlii tent with that efntlfmal'! purp"t' to suppress: thej I It till ITU All Y. of the New Orleans market may obtain all the de- : ,
tJrnt conception poet mos ceedings.William i prot t truth, lest( it might injure the effect ot f a \big Di'-din this city, on the llth rnstant:, rFOIGH"". sired information.The .. "..
?
bamti tally transferred to the canvass, and one al-! i s our consolation under their picsent temporary aiendancv. rh-// of Mr. II. U. W. and Mrs. LOCISAAx J.-.t.-
P.aily: app't. r. Jame. M. Clrdy. et al. 11 r"lrejtntoIJor. younjer daughter price of subscription to the Chronicle" i i- : -
tot fancies there is before bint a rnovin -Appeal from full' n Circuit CClrt. Der"f reversed : out we, a-t 1M mos. $:/)) per annum in advance; E--'JA4). at the end cf '. l' 'f'I :1..
liyinf
being. She stands a rich in lo\elin a H ron'a and with directions to distil Whig Contention*. Rail Road to St. ,Andrew I When death taken our children away. six months; 4OUat tbeetpirationof the !tar. :. r ", J-3

could Rut the HS bill of complaint. A of the citizens rf Jackson \1 should strive not to and lament. .
fancy for closed meeting Ccunty was weep .5'
volnptuouj picture. :
David C. Wilson We notice in the last Jackson llfii a cornmnni- HEThis since its establishment
adra'r. of J. Lunn r*. Richard But remember how happy are they. paper art .. ;
lip we would half think we heard her parting words 1' ward-Error to Leon Circuit Court. Opinion r ation recommending a County Con ention for the held, in Marianna on Mor.dav last, for the purpose of Since their lime with the Savior, is spent. March. '47. has sustained a character in all its above ,- 3 -

the imprisoned Corsair, ere she le k the bedside delivered by ISaltzell. J. reversing j'ldsment of urpose of appointing dc-lfgalesto a Convention of la1inlepl to secure the continuation of the Geor. !,I I ,' Suffer little children to come unto me." named departments not surpassed,if indeed equalled; a.. .P ; f I.

ot tb sleeping tyrant'My Court below, and remanding cause with direction be Whigs of West Florida, to assemble: at Encr.ee-) cia Rail Road to St. Andrevs Kay. That Company :]|i Our Savior in kindness!to pan'nU has said by any paper either in this or in any other country, ; : :
.
to dismiss and should therefore meet with cordial
life-my love-my hatred-all below pe'ition.Da is desirous carrying the Rodtosnmepnntixitlte :' Their attendants! Faint arid the angels shall be, a supi!>r>rt ;. : t ;
*id Gordon &. Susan E. Gordon John G.a nna in Walton County on the QOth of March-the ; tl.e from \\\i cwn denomination as well from all others .
.f on this cast-Corsair 'tis but a blow t.' And their home in the heavens be made. .
Gulf and
St. Andrews will I be that
The Camp-Error to Leon Circuit Court. Opinion delivered n letting in Jackson to take place on the first Monay undoubtedly ;;' desire to see diffused throughout the eom'ryreligious .
guards gain'd-nne o'er- :
are moment
al were Lancaster J. We understand that tbe President of Ire '' Then do not for the loved and lost one, and scientific The, ond volume d
knowledge.
Corsair'! we meet in safety, or no dismissing Writ of Error. d in March. The writer advises Contentions to point. weep
; Broward Eubank j 1 She in now in the pr."ence of Go. will in March '.a arid I would .! i'W'W'W'who
liens feeble hand the cloud & r* Maria ex's of Georgia Road has been in correspondence j commence ?, respectfullv -
,
hover my morning J. L DO =l.t-Error to Duval DOjz.t Opin. e held, in the mot central part cf each division recently i I A blooming Cherub round the throne advise those wishing lo subscribe lo IhiT :
o'er thy and shroud. ( of in I'I
citizens who
'i caflt my with some our are "toCkllo1derl Tho' her remains beneath tbe coM soJ.
ion deli\er by Baltzell J reversing judsment of 0 the State. The avowed object of these Convcncntions earthly ire valuable paper, that now is the very best time they ;
We felt tempted to avail ourselves .of f the tr.asurt" Court Lloand remanding cause ( ;further pro. V is to nominate cartLdates for elector for the Andrews. Lard Companyon the subjed,and :'1 In a few tears you will meet her a
tint fancy paintings are a luxury forbidden to u! cetcH n s. C: and for a conference will soon be had between the two Companies I Where suff'rinrr anti sorrow will; be no more W. McKINNEY RUSSELL i.
'ongress, Goierner. The editor of the
poor printers. They are amoag the fruits denied James M. Gilrhri.t. Judge of Probate te for use, i reference to the matter. the road And) the ways of }'ro\llltnrt then be plain. Duly appointed Agent. Tallahassee Fla.Fehniarv 0
our taste. We understand Mr. will tc. r*. t ear Fiha"dna, his wife-Errnr to 7tig approves of the recommendations of his cor I And l your happiness there b perfect and pure. cr. l ,JS. 32 3t : f
soon the Chattahoochee River its terminus .
mu-t '
IksEL crosses ,
Gadsden Cirruit Opinion delivered by Hawkins r,espondent, and seconds the call for a County meet- The words of our Savior are true, :' t
dispose of it, and we would advise those fond of in.specting J. at.rminc judCTient of Court Mow. ii ng on the first Monday in March. be St. Andrews-that being the only practicable On precious earth cannot always abide- Land for Sale.

works of this character to call at the Artisti James Lanier B. C. West v*. Daniel MrCabe Light appears to be breaking in upon the Whigs point to which i! can be carried with any prospect But I go to ye prepare a pl.ice.: where you liE undersigned will sell that fine tract of land .'. -

loom a Mrs. DEMILLY'S. Mr. RC
proven himself a Painter of n* ordinary merit, and by Baltzetl. J. reversing judgment of Court turn. The St. Andrews Bay is one of the best and miles north of Tallahassee, in Leon County, and adjacent 45si
,
below, and reraandinz arty for their j -
cause: for further prorwdins P; Com'entionl, they appear now to to the plantation of Mrs. Hall. Said trarr
I i i. deserving of tin patronage of our community.- John Ioeori derni eof F. T Ccmmyns cc. W. K. ti hink that .a speedy and thorough organization of i j safest harbors on the coast. Vessels of the largest j John P. Duval contains about six hundred and forty acres, a portion ;

We hop be wiIbencorge: to remain in our ci- Latimer-Error to Escambia Circuit Court. Opin be whig [by Convention] is absolutely nees class can enter and depart at pleasure. It, therefore j ATTORNEY of which has been cultivated ami otherwise int-
party ;
ty. d"tne.under proper encouragement, to i i.n d.1i\trf Court by Doujlas, Chief Justice, affirming c ,ary, without which, drftat is inrritab'e." become the citizens of the Wet, aod indeed 1TILL practice in the Court of Middle Florida, proved. Satisfactory titles will be made to the pur : 41j
acquire for himself a name in the be bas judernent ( below. They j VV' the Court of and the United States cba&cr. Terms made known on application lo 'nTIIOS.JEFF.IEIR
profession of the whole State.as well asthe U. S. Government, "ppeal
chosen. Philip Frazer &. wife r*. Charles Willey-Motion d[enounced our caueu..esand Mr. Cabell blipped into i, j I District Court at e- '.: vs
to val4 judgment entered last term. Opinion delivered C: the of it but to second (the movement by tendering all the aid in and for the
on Aeent
Congress !strength no sooner were i Office in Wm. Wih'JI''s Buildings: cvCr HaJwud'sEonk Attorney owner.
by Hawkins J. overruling motion. I! t their in its favor. would be a loss to I Tallahassee. Febrlarv 19. IM9. 31 4tNotice.
Tea Regiment Bill and the Presidency. t]hey placed in a majority in the Legislature, than I post e I great Store, a
the West to let so good an opportunity for advancingtheir February 2G. 1S4". :nNotce
hey went into caucus, Mr. and all, and te- j 4 e
From an article in the Florida Whig," remark "The Harmonious Democracy," Cbel I
ing the the Ten Bill iD r.ained in caucus the whole of the first day of the j jessi. prosperity slip. through their fner through I A LL persons indebted to I he estate of Louis >iner.
Regiraeat
I upon probea. o Is a favorite Whig taunt. The following, from a I, ..n, by which the General Assembly could inactivity)ana upmene J\. late of Hamilton County, deceased are requested < it
Congress, we clip tht following: --- month after date I hall present my final ac- C
lengthy eulogy of Mr. Clay, ( the Columbus SIX make immediate >tnent and those havmz
sass D aet-t I the day appointed by the Constitution nli and vouchers to the Hc n. Judge ot to pa ;
.The of the President ia Later from Curope. Pro demands to them in terms of 1I
design asking for reeu Times,) taken from the Augusta Republic, shows are requested present .
j rhi!little caucus cost the people of the, Slate bate in and f.>r and appl for Itrunf ,
lars in lieu of volunteer, stands out in such palp! that The Hibernia has arrived dates to the Lon CourtJ the law, duly authenticated. -
,
; Whiff friends know how
our to scratch and pull g hundred dollars. There I brininr dismission. as .t the estate of Joseph '
ble relief that his friends cannot by any pr.*"ibilit_" wo was a Judge of ll.e ELIZABETH JOINER AdrnM.Februarv .
disguise its nakedness. For these hair a".1 as some of their neighbors. For our c Circuit: and Supreme Court to elect. Thy had abu- -2Sth from London and S''th from Liverpool. Money Allen, deceased. 19, !'-ISi. 31 2m '
COUNCIL B.
ALLEN.
proposed regiments the President would have the part, we think the best thing tl.at could happen for Sl,ed the democrats for their selection of Judges in wa itundant, and trade evinced general !ymr Administrator with the will annexed.Februirv a
appointment of some three four hundred officers Failures had in Strayed -Ui.. ..i0R
or the
would that should be the toms of "
Clay
improvement. !
Provision weuld thus be made for numerous friends (country L run on c aucus, but their horror of caucuses had been most sr I;, :.I. 2! f m STOLEN frem jtbe subscriber, af e7 '
; .Lexington numbers and |
and# these numerous friends wouid be required to reciprocate platform, and let all the true friendsof vonderfully affected by the reins of government befog importance.In McDnde's .Mill-: near Newport, iffWakulU .
Doctor John P. Duval
the favor the country who are opposed to aides with the Liverpool Cotton Market 'the CMh, prices dark cbesnnt iHOIOtl
by giving their influence to the taking placed in their bands The danger to the' i m County, a sorr -
valiant C70ne/ the next canvas For there j is n. the enemY unite against him and his platform. le's right no flitted before their peo- were unsteady, but on the 2yth the market had OFFERS his professional service to tbe citizens of middling size, ore or both hind lets P

doubt but that I be Colonel i. intriguin lo secure The entire and p longer imagina. regained its steadiness, and prices advanced an Jth J Jon ha'"t and urroun :ins country. Othce white near los feet, blaze faced, about eight year s .
a of
again the nomination. A Democracy mighty sprinkling ti ions, atid--thej went into caucus for a Judge !- in Wm. Wilson's Building, over Hay ward's BookStore old, and quite spirited. Any information will b-

fusai to grant the Ten Regiments, can in no way re retard -- Whigs would then be united to sustain tilt honor, and c/onventions: .were a congregation of buzzards as- the lower and middling qualities! cf lphnd. On J j Tallahassee. t hanklully received,fcnd a liberal reward will be paid ., ; .

the operations of our government in M xico.- ribt of the country on the momentous questions mbled to fatten on the carcass pf the State," but the same day best Western Flour was quoted at 29 I February 2S, 1Sl.1 :32 for his return to the subscriber. I

Til refusal will be aC.ompanie a permission growing out of the ,a. On these qu" Ii"11 Ihe hear comin from the West for Conven- shillings per barrel-eijual to about 7 IS our cur GEORGE S. KING. 1w
cry
President to .t !up 1 5
19.1S49. 31
"hatner of volonteers Presidential election Notce. Newport February
the exigencies the demand "i turn. Our information ti ions the only means of whig; andalry rency. admini -, -0j:
case a months after ,
may perpetuating < .
o from lead had reduced the rate of interest datI !
Washington Bank England Notice.
to thecomiction The SIX
Volunteers, however, d no wit the Pres-He-nt, a UI that t the c, Oh, Consistency. thou jewel where I ol thee"tateof B. F. Lip .dlcea-*d, I

they happen to have privilege of selecting their Whigs in Congress are boldly making the issue, and ,hall we find thee ? Not in the ranks of the Whigs to per cent. will present her account and vouchers to the Hon. ALL persons, creditors, legatee,, entitled to di-. ._ t9

ewa officers ; but it cannot matter maltnaly. as the.. will shortly stand out a the anti-war-and-peace-on otanytermsparty. f r Florida The Queen of Spain is said to be Irt a precariousstate. Jude of Probate of Wakulla County and a"k to b or otherwise interested in the estat'j 1'

happen 1 suit the country by ; fighting [- Let i code,the people are readv surely Her death mih cause another thirty year'.sThe I discharged as administratrix of said estate. ot James it!. Sloase, late cf Jefferson County, de ; t
hap e more efficiently than regulars." LIPSCOMB, Adm'x. ceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their clain
E E
S it seems to the H7/. that "there is no doubt" fur the question : How to make Mexico \ 1etd. \ar. February 20 1S4S. 32 <*.ra and demand within two years from this date to fh* : t -

From the Arab chief, Abdel Kader, was still in durance unde'rsizned, or the same will be barred : and al.i 4
but Republic. The New Orleans the
Mr. POLK is intriguing for the Presidency, and Beesays( Baltimore Argus,)
vile,.with no intimations a' tc his fate.A Laws of Florida. >er ons indebted to said estate are requested to make ,' a ?'. a
that in preferring regulars to volunteers his aim i is The friends of Gn. Taj lor, we must say, have one of the mOt influential and orthodox whig pa- immediate payment. St

enlarge his patronage,and thereby to increase the practised undue arts to fatten 'him upon the P"illt.; P'I-M, in the country, a well as one of the oldest and Good Hoax. PROPOSALS for distributing Laws.kc. in pamph JAMES R. TUCKER. Sheriff sa
to tr.e prejudice of Mr. Clay. have receivd ar th- office of Secretaryof .
Ixenwritten i'
I.frtrl c irilest of Jefferson and
ofthe County
number who will favor his selfish supporters whig cause. praises ex officioAdm'r.
purposes. Pray, saying that the latter would, under no circumstancesconsent I ; The following parazraph, said to be an extract ofa Slate until Monday the Cfh March. Febnmv 19. 1S4. 31 3m '
where is the evidence that removes aU .doubt" to run asain. Persons,patenting enry Clay and likes his .platform, but ore the JAMES T. ARCHER,
I written CLAY friend in
by to
letter
to Mr. PO LK'S intriguing (or a second term of his to behisbestjriendsandgsrazeat aJniiVw*, have m ost stringent hostile mtaurC against the Mexicans recently, 1'r. a Secretary rf State. Middle District of Florida,

high Gfc? We have not ,.e seen it. On the con endorsed. these. proceedings.Ml . 55 hether they will fight or not." Presuming that Marsville.Ky., in reference to connecting his name February 25. ISIv 32 2t WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUNTY. j '
is the usual round of the
going
with the Preiidency
trr we have heard him declare, on all proper occasions the trailer, to the Whig party hare been desires its advice lo be immediately followed bye with various comments- Notice.1)ERONS Daniel Ladd. Plaintiff, ? ,In Attlchineilt. t #. t -

that he would not again a candidate Taylor men the beginning. We allude th whig Congressmen, we deem it proper to call papers Debt 1327 53. -
b f.om to th I have constantly remained passive and neutral indebted oa books of J. R Fortune are Thomas Lockharf, Defendant.
What are tbe facts to stamp this assertion with false some of the office-holders. Several of the dir attention to its remarks, without endorsing its the IuhjpC I, and up to this moment have not JL requested, to make speedy nettleiaent I I am \\TOT1CE is hereby given li> the said Thorns '

head? Nothing has come to our knowledge thamte otfice leading under Taylor John papars are who edited by lhone who held pr oposilion lo seize upon the property of the Mex- upon made tll'| H? mind whether I would decline or accept in.trurt.to press the claims,and close the business \ Lockhart and all other persons interested in tl < .
followed "
even a suspicion that he desires to be con tor" to Ihe last-and Tyler who-hate Mr that Ir.iic;an pri"thoo. That is now a whig proposition a nomination, if it were tendered to me. I reserve once. above cause, that the plaintiff, Daniel Ladd, has instituted -
Clay fur his good.ties. __ and find decision for the last suitable moment, and T. A ARCHER Assignee. this suit by attachment, issued from the cl
elusively, can no more favor with
mv
demo. J.
unaea at bis alter the fourth of March, 1W9, .. greatness, and These ., lF. .
( p "lor. men, professing be giideel' by the circumstances of the case, Febrnarv 2C. ". 3.2 Ct rice of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit Ccur' 3 '
sad "ha it tba leaves no "doubt" of I he con- fo he Whic, bat are shouting 0"f Gen.cr ats than church burning!did. We will not inquire Ih31 especially by al sense of duty, if it should ever against the lands and tenements, Roods and chattel )

trary in the mind of the editor of the Whig we can- Ta lor. They make the welkin ring with his praise wi hat the whig will have to say about this whig become necessary for me to come to a d.tern.rationon Lime. ot the said Thomas Lockhart, who resides beyi-i- 4

1 imagine. Probably he -and for what ? JJaulf they hope, under his administration pr oposition to rob the churches of Mexico, nor a.kem the lbjtt.- the limits of this State, for a debt doe to the si': '
ho enlighten the
'i us on to Ihae the loaves and fi>he*. BARRELS FIRST RATE LIME, for ale
e.1je. He would hardly make so strong an assertion Some Democrats in Alabama have come out for tl I whether such a proposition could emanate It is almost a pity to spoil so good a joke, but 400 by A. E. HOC. LxKi on a prnmn ory note, executed and dated deliver-the M1

without the most satisfactory proof. Gen. Taylor it true; but \hat can they do ? fn um a higher or more influential \l.iL source, bUll murder will cut. Be it (known, then, that the extract Kebruan'26,15-13. 32 of and November payable to, 1S44 W. H., due Perry one rr day bearer alter its daf-. al .- /

These idle charges as to the part Mr. POLK is taking Smeoflhem'houtltorthoi.t.( ju stlet I them hear what the" Bee" I has to sa>, and i is taken from a letter written by the d'stinguinhed which note was transferred from the said W. Il! j

in reference.to bu successor. aume ed the Tajlor (ollr", "fr.Ilm I.light. Ie:ave them to decide whether that paper knows statesman nearly Joiy yean o<;o, and explains Salt. Perry br delivery fur a talnable consideration to IL- .

shapes.. Some tell u.lle isdoing aU in his a variety tion.has. burst upon t.tm, and ther t.s posi.I how' to make Mexico yield." Here are its re- I I i the position he occupied in 1SJ4 &says )0 SACKS SALT,3ust received an.l for -ale by said Ladd, now iiiOUIlfihi.prnCipaI and interest !. '
pawer A. E. HUG. itether. to the sum of three hundred and tweul I Z
to elevate Mr. BUCRAU.I; others, that Mr. CAl m ark: i the South Carolinian. February 25, 1S43. 32 even dollars and fittv-three cents : Nowlhesai.

ii his favorite. And now we have it that be is" in- Old Joe the Indian Chief. lleirto make Mtxieu /ieW.-And yet while the defendant and all other persons interested in tl f !,

t icg" f e himself. Which is true ? We are ignorant There appear to have been some doubts expressed Itxican Government is in a state of absolute imj.o- I Contadittd.-Somf of the Washington rorre- Newport Mineral Spring. above suit are hereby required ta enter his or tli -r e .
te rice, unable: to resist or to devise means of resis- pondcnl having stated that an agent of the Roths appearance and plead to tIre declaration filed in iW '
eaongh tn believe that one is about true in the West in reference the death of Old Joe, DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE.iilltTIIE '
a an I nce : destitute of an army ol I money oj credit, of I child had offered lo take the loanof aid suit, on or betore the first day of the nest Ma* ..
another, and that there is not the least shadow of account of whic-h we published some time since.- in fluence, of patriotism and ( I courage, there is no rropo.f $16- undersigned, being fully empowered Circuit Court to be held in the said County .of Wculla.fir 4 .

foundation for either Mr. POLK has his time fully In the la.t r.nst.l (;aette, we find the following ta Ik of peace. Mexico resembles certain animals ((OOM, ) I the Vnitn notices I the rumor, and says_ make warrantee titles.:ha. had the otherwise judgment will be rendeted again.iiim '

enplo.e ia efforts to defeat the opponents of his 'letter to the Editor in regard to matter. The wi hich. when assailed, roll themselves into a ball and o We have made inquiries at the department t. and I around the above Springs or them bv default.
.tf esent nothing but a seemingly inanimate and insf n- we understand that. no such proposition has been i laid vtt in good size dwellins lots of upward of an DANIEL LADD. -
country's cause at home, and its enemies abroad.- letter appears in the Gazette without comment.We .- I >surface to their. foes. Site relies upon a slavish made at the treasury. We attach no consequence to I acre each, which he now r.ff.fr for sale low. Plan Fbnsaryl9.lMlt HI S :

There are no idle hours left for him to engage in apprehend there can be little doubt a to the ye t indomitable .inrrfiteto vex arid weary those any such rumor." of the same with term, &c.. ran be'seen at Pr E.

iatrigies. That is a work better suited to those truth of Jde'i deith : ".j ilh whom she is unible to cope, and fetuses alike Bareard's,Tallahassee. First come has fir-t choice. WashlngtonNatlonttlMonunient5

*ao tod it bard to decide whether the Whig cause ST. AMDKCWS BAT, I'.eb..ISH: 18 yield or fight. Her position: and policy are ano- For flit Flofulian.Messrs DANIEL LADD. T HE undersigned dnljr authorized agent for I .- f
aloor, and the treatment of so intractable. Jogged EDITOR* There seems to b. little diversity Newport. February 10, t c I'. :21 National Washington Monument, to be erects '
C best promoted by candidate; To the Editor f the (; : : ---- ---------
b a co-party" or alt id trivbleume CU enemy, is well calculated lorplcx Democrats about the to the Memory of Gen. Washington, in th4 Cut -
'a.whi.is an avowed Whig. SIR: The lact is proved that oJ'J the Indian pe us. She basstcKid copious blood-letting with of opinion itnonjf propriety Notic 'ashinzton, bavin? been deprived of the prltile. '

Jj Iil seems also that the President prefers reI Chief, is dead. Some few days ago Henry C. Bragg pe ifeet composure, and the depletion seems to have and expediency. of holding a State Convention, SIX month after date, the undersigned will pre of calling personally n the ritirens r.f 'Talliha. .

volunteers and Solomon Simpson, Esq's. (men of undoubted ve do ne little more than lob her of a mass of corrup- for the purpose of nominating a Governor, Member ul his account and ,vouchers I he Honorable and Leon county would inform them (that he baa a' -

"* Q ,because the patronage Iblrebcre- I, rarity) in order tosettlethe doubt that was prevail- tic n in tbe Ihap of Irpero* and prong, which sheri 1 Congress, and Presidential Elector', to be supported Judge of Probate of. L"on Count!, and apply for I letters pointed Doctor C. G. ENGLISH xib-atent to rrcei\e -

J po the success of hi. intrigue. This ag whether King had killed old Joe or not. while cal well lose. Other iemtdie, must bet the Democratic fall ol dismission as administrator fl f the estate of contributions and signatures during hi* abseif* !
at next
11 h a factor7 reuoo to those who always on a fishing excursion n.a the 23 mile pout, the fri\ She must be purged of that wealth while it by party our Henry J. Ga k ins, late of said County, d rasf'd. Persons disposed to contribUte to no laudable a puie. 31

J-,ah motive u the of place pointed out by King where the renconter took ne'' reaches the public treasury I. HOKRID BY HER election. But there is another most important math WESLEY M\?'NINr.. Adm'r. pose, will oblige by leaving their subscriptions an.l

? I, prompter men's ac- plct they went to the spot and not ver fa from pa Lir 'THo0D, or diffused throughout the land in tin ter which demands the serious consideration of the Uy S. S. SIBLEY, Agent. names with hi ni4 I

rt'i h? Mt the one which guided the' PrfiB7 place they found the bones of a man ; the tu iigible form of agricultural and other products.e .- sod which I have not seen alluded to in any February 19, l4S. 31 KmAstray. W, a ACKEN. .

1" t : Nstw.4 rtcofnmenatlioi of the Ten Regiment 1 cull was marked by the stab of a kifl just as King Thor system (r exacting contributions may rouse her of party the communications relative to a Convention ---- --- Feb. 12, lS4. 30 _
the recommendation based escribed-they brought it and here now."hey .- p'or and stimulate' her to manifestations of tritali-
f!: 'ohts'---< would upon an, alsA found some relics of Indian dress, and Iy. Since she will not ofcannot fight, me MUST BE which have appeared in Ihe various democratic to the plantation of the sub cri- Groceries.TUT .

1 l It ****** fre notfighi a x,ell a regu- most or all of his bne one ef his leg bones had rot aCED TO SUPPLICATE FOR PEACE. journals. I refer to tht; appointment of Delegates to S CAME on the 25lh Janum last, a received per Schooner Tallahassee (torn Nest

ouT dwire to adapt the mate-. been broken in and lapped one inch and the National Democratic Convention, to he held in _ _large red sorrel HORSE, has lost his right J Orleans,

I.o C?al t the present crisis o at.ir in grown; well together. We talk of sending (or al his The Rio Grande.-r-ln the U. S. Senate, on Tuesf Baltimore on the fourth Monday in May next. eye, w bite spot in his forehead,shod on the fore fe it, 10 barrels superfine Flonr, -
obytrp5. bones and them. Now old The is to rectined
keeping ? no dis- nine ten owner requested 10 WfcMey
or years
bard person
any more fighting i. c r.the 8th inst., Mr. JIITCKSOM: DAVIS said he bad is the of this silence ? It
reason
) What
c.at. She pubes that old Joe the Indian Chief, long an iuhab- .! surely call I, prove property, par charges and 'take biro 5> *? New Orleaos Stwir..
f.. i to crpple a prostrate to itant these wood,i i. dead. JU'I it t received two letters-one from the Rio Grande cannot be intended to omit the ajrpniDtmenl of these .ray. WM. SPEIGHT. 1 No. 1 Leaf Lard. For sale I.*
r ,t '
11 had battle. The object in o HERMON MUNN. of I the 23th January!, and another of later date (rent Delegates? Why should ml Florida tefld her MItt .'cbruarIl', WS- :tI l Ii" February 12. ISIS. 90 A. E. |10C>



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.: J $ .L CnCounty: TaX'C Uectorii Sale. Bagging and Rope. L. &. H. SREENBERG CO.. Boot and Shoe Making. I FLORIDA LAND SALES.

/r- VTiY virtue or the power vested in me by law I IJ13 PIF.E bert Kentucky Barging, Still coatinne at their old stud, 'HEuhdersigned.havingpnrchased the
.1 :Jl. before the Court House 75 sale bv vl X entire stock and material of LUAX
shall for .ale. For Corner md .
I
Di\ i 1 expose 10 Ci1 R. of Jefferton Strettt,
to ; door, in the city of Tallahassee on Monday,the GUI LNDEBEGE. .r "jrfREHriLD.,who is aboutleavingthe Salt Q
4 &
AND
HRCHE they are now epening their FALL
f' i. 1. : day of March. i iS4S, the following described proper. Noembr 27IS. WHERE of ENGLISH, PtW respectfully informs bit friends .
; much thereof r..willpaylhoSlateandCoun. supply FRECH. public that he is at present at the old stand,wherehe
: : t ty.nr so
*a! ,.. Taxes doe thereon for the year 1S47: Pickles &c. GERMAN AND DR GOD, i i. prepared to execute all work in his line withfromptnenand
t.t t ty Lands belong to A. F. Duval and the Spices, Rich blk Silk Gro. de Rhine, tOetb ef'r despatch. He has on hand 'be fines THE
purporting
: .'.. "J'.;';' TTNDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkins, Mangoes. Onions ctMriptinn of colored and fancy Silk Pai.ian and all sorts of and wimakeqt I &el
t Union Bask u( Florida: and Printed Cashmeres Colored material. be offered for sale at the "th GLASGOW is now performing her regular
U and mixed Pickles, pickled Lobster, Wa! Striped and and in the GEN. Aucion. on
short notice
N and W.Ri.SR.4. WILL
T R
\ / Lot No. 2. Scr 32. 2, 1. ft manntr. the Suwannee River between
:
t ; French Merino Plain of March Site Columbus cL
and at
.- 2'lT2.RlNlndW. nut and Tomato Ketchups Olive OilMos.tard ,Striped Silk wove Alpac TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND every descri 1S4S County efl ao4
.. ,"' .& t""'. Pepper and Pepper& Capr Vinegar fresGooeberries ra, &c. tion. Boots SHOE repaired ]i In Benton County East. Florida, several t tracts of Lan< ,I Keys. This boat is strongly! built of the beit_.

i ':-fj\ .. lNW4Sec.5TlRlNand. and Currat. in bottles, fresh Salmon. A great variety of French, English, aid America good style fotf sole. charges. !He warrant in Township 21, Range 19, and in Township 24, I tenalsatid propelled by two engines, and capbl or
f ; 1" ; :: : containing 232 acres.Lands Shad and Halibut in canister Curry Powder and Calicoes and Ginghams; wi carrying one hundred ton burthen, or400balear
done in
and his work to equal to Rnge21.
to James F. Trotti any
t., ;,.. purporting;to belong Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginger, Cur Worsted Plaids of different styles and qualities; and to give good b satisfaction to fitting plce. 14th day of March, at the Court Housejcf: cotton, with suitable accommodation IO foray&Jl
any
r )Ii ,".,. I he Union Bank of Florida: E ray."r.e.rant Macarroni, Russia and American Shawls of every description color and quality ; other workman.. 8 Marion County, sundry trct', in senders, of light draf requiring but..nlfa t tiSle
'. N I i. Sec 17, T 3. R 1, Nand Jtly. Vermicl. water her
thereby to
\ Currants Prunes Swiss, Jaconet Cambric, Tarleton and Cross Bar Township 13, Range her trir
il: : :. K }t. S W 4. Sec 17, T 3, R I, N and E, Iilb drie Muslins JOHN LERCH. .. 13, .e 2., regularly at all seasons of the year pro *.
f .: } and Citrons. ; Msy S, IG- 42 tf C
: SE4.Secl7.T3.Rl.NandE. Nutmeun Mace, Ginger Allspice Cinnamon Silk. Thread and Linen Bobin, and a new style of 14, 21, biw Int Cedar Keys leaving Columbus "TE.

t. .. .. F..SW1Sccl7T2.R2N1ndE Clo"e.V.millt B.an*, Sage, Snmmer Snor and Muslin edginc; NEW GOODS.i .5 14. 22 morning at 7 o'cok. A. M. and Ce I'l

}1 VNF1Secl7T2fl2NandF. sw"ct Marjoram. Orange Flower, Rose & Pf'.ch waters Kid, Cashmere, Silk and Uoollen GOt.,for Lie i every FRIDAY morin. Should pat .
c NI:1.Nw.scI7.T2R2.NandE. extract of Rose, Lemon, Peach and Yania.- I and Gentlemen; subscribers would call the attention Wm of the At Madison Court House, on Thursday, the 23d age he extended, interetJ of shippers retrain

: .... ., S E 4. S W l.SceI1.T2.R2.NlndE.a For site by LEWIS &AME I Silk, WUCltn! and Cotton Stocking for do. ; THE to the choice and extensive a.sortntentof Mach : her to perform two trip rr week, the proprietor-
I L.:WlSE1.Se17T2R2NantIF. Linen Hdkf, plain and II. loipprireil Section. Township. Range. will cheerfully acquiesce and make the
.t December 4, IS 17. 20 ; Wakulla and
.. :. N W 4. S K 4, Sec A.T 2. H 2, Nand E. Handsome Silk Cravats, French Needlework Collars GODS, now receiving per Brigs TheS E I of 23, I S 7 change,or add another new boat to the Detf,
S W 4, S W 4, Sec 8,T 2, R 2, Nand E. and Their stock has been st'1eclt.with care, a' SWnf 24, J. 7.E capacity to the one now employed. 0
Capes .
; fashionable establishments in New AID prr*
Perfumes from the most I
t 'j of containing SSO acres. Fie Barages tor Dresses do. Green I N W 4 of ?'. 1, 7. ticable Ibis boat will extend her trip up the
; ;
1 Lvids purporting to belong to David Robinson andthe From the Lubin Path.T.TEDYOSMIA York; and,having been purchased at reduced prices NE4of I, 7. wannee river to the Sa
1 1"':. '; Union Hank of Florida: Manufactory o Splendid Ribbons assortment of Hat, Cap and Satin colored they arc enabled to furnish their customers at prices .. F. Jof /I. 1. S.a' Withlaconcbie river.Upper S.ring.and also no the

f W See :11, T 2, R I. N and W, Helilrope. Jockey Club Ro.e Ge. ; proportionately low. Their
WIS 4. Wiof i 1, 9. The undersigned would further
1
state that
J.J. Neapolitan, Tuscan and Straw Bonnets; 1 he ?
Milleflcurs. Patchouly, Mignionette, *
\ ... W ,.N E i, Sfc 7Tl.nlNandW. 1 I Ambrosia ranium, Seringa, Ber. of Arabia,Ber. dc la Reine, Linen Damask, and Oaraa-k Table Corers; RtADV fAD OLOTH3MQ J] At Jefferson Court House, on Moniiy, the 27th others proprietors of this boat, have availed tk,msclvcsof -

'. '. containing! Itt acres. to Mattox 1 Eglantine, Vanilla, Violets, Bcrgamotte, Vervain, Doylcs,Towel Diaper J.C.; is of the best !, ami heincr manufacturcd March : the provisions of an act entitled, An act to
Lands Hampton
: purport me to belong I Marrocain and ess. Bouquet.Also Rich Nett Children's Wool l Coats! and' Cap; directly under the eye of Mr. aU S T. R. improve the navigation and to navigate the Sawin I

; and the S. L. I. &. Trust Co. : cJl.TJR3.N: &.E. Gltnn'* Ashland Perfume, and Preston A large assortment of brown Shrrlings, Shirtings, fear of shop-work i i" tbereby prCcm1e Stiman.person Te E i of N W \ of 13. IS, 5 E, nee river, and for other purposes therein mentioned
W >
W N
1.So &
S 1V i. .
El. l.a. Shirtings and EiofSWJof 6 13, J. 5. enacted at the last session of tbe Legislator of ;
article
I.
Merrill' Extract of Fragrant Striped Hnmcvpuns; purchasing may an |
S B 4. SC E IS W 4.Sec!': 3rtT 3. R 2, Nand E. Fln\t'r rdypn elin! wel % State of Florida that
1 V&ofNE4of It, 1, 5. ; they have
4NE1Sec3T3.R2.N&1.- The true Farina Cologne-also the French and Broadcloths, Ca!Him rs, Kersejs, LiMey Striped! made. Among comprising their .. recently ergaiuiei)
Ei.NE.l.'SW American. and Florida Bay Rum and Plaid Satinett, Jean..Te(!!. Red and White FALL STOCK WJof SE4of 14, 1. i. their company pursuant to the provision of said act.

,, .',. ENVJSec1T2R3.N&E. and Agua de Lvpn.lcr Remt fine Cosmetics'att'rl, rich PomadesHairoils Flannel,Tickin,colored Cambric. with: a large N'J JVL\7'EI Si I of 31, 1. 5. under the name and style of the Florida State later'nal
.I 1' containing 600 acres. l maybe found the following: NElof 0 Improvement and
Steam
of f Trimmincs Perfumery 2. Navigation
to to Lewis Conner and and Hair-yel, Shaving and Toilet assortment Fancy Go. Blk French Frock and Dress -. : Compia.:
Lan!U purporting! belong Saps Cloth. Coats ma. k, EIofNW.lof C The
.. fine and ,. &e. All of be oM 2, Company win complete their
coarse Combs, Hrushcs for the Head. Cutltr "il arrangenemiof .
theS. L I.&TruitCo.E Brown and Invis. Green: Cantor Beaver Sacks,Sna
... i. N E 4. and S K 4. Sec 25;),T 3, R 2, N &. E, Nails and Flesh. A superior article of Cold Cream, low for cash at their store in this place, also at Gotha, Mixt Tweeds, and fancy col'd. Cassimer dPelof.s TERMS:-One-fourth oash, the balance in three Cotton which and due other be given, for porenastor
products of the
their store in Monticello. equal annual with interest in advance.Or country or
in
4. E, pots. For sale by LEWIS AMES. inltlment Baft
NW4NE4Sec3T3R2.Nand & and Blanket Overcoats, &c., Heavy Pilot
liberal cash
October 30, IS 17. IS if purchasers prefer all cash advances, upon all property shipped
K ..S E 4, Src 2C',T 3R 3, N and E, December, ISJ. 20 and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine BIk! any to pay when required. As act .
J five ccnf. will be deducted from the credit instal soon practicable a line ,
wI.tv| *, S.-C 30, T 3, R 3, Nand E, and Blue Cloths Pantaloons ot Black French Ca per suitable packets will be the f

containing!; 520 acre.. 21 AnnEL EATING APPLE. Notce.SIX simer i Blk RiLIIo do., fancy Plaid, Check &. Striped ments. between Keys and."tablillf by Company
'. to the estate W. W. Iri'h Potato months after date present my accounts List of the particular tracts can be had by applying Cfa an New Or.
Lands purporting to belong !hal do. ; also,Tweed Sat i net t and Jeans do.&.C.: VESTSof leans for of
I to ot the Masters in Benton conveyance freight
1(1( do. Onions. vouchers to the Judge of Probates of any Pot or Marion an
r Hart : Black and Farcy Satins, Striped and Plaid Silk, raDf.
r .. S E: 4,Sec 35T 2, R 2, N and E, Just received and for sale cheap for ca'h by Jefferson county and '|>ply for letters of dismission i I Velvets Plaid Cashmeres and Valencias, Plaid Silk County, or they wil be furnished,if applied for, by ditious thereby mode securing of to a its patrons of, a an up
their
o N W 4, S W 4. Sec:3S,T 2. R 2. Nand E, December 4,1847. 2'e C HOC. a Administrator- on the relate nf Henry Feldberg, Mazurkas, &c. &c.They letter pol.pai addressed FLORIDA.to THE" STATE REGISTER either market as well transportation as return cargo to(roprtt t
AT
late of Jefferson ,
TALLHASSEE.
E i INWlSt'C2.Tt.R2.NlnJF., county decer. have also an extensive of Cloth. destination. The o
I? tt, 3sortmet JOHN BEARD rates of transportation in
and Butter ERG Adm'r.October Register of wi
e ,
JEN'RY Cassi and
WNE4Sec2TlR2NandE J J Lad GREN mere Vesting unmanufactured, consisting instance exceed those heretofore
: Public Law oj the State of Florida. charred ,
t containing &'*> acres. JUS received per schr. Oregon, and for sale low 1C, 1'17. Cm in part ftf: :Superior French Black and Wool Dye Tallahassee, Nov. 13, 1S47. 17 for like services, but a material reduction tr alo

." Land purporting( to belong to William Hall and A. E. HOC. Cloths do. English do. do. do., English Blue and JXJ" The following will publish the rites is contemplated at an early as ab
papers please ooo
the & L. I I. &.Tru!tC
'* WI.SWl.&c3.T2R2NandE.| hereby given to all that simonths Castor do., French Black Ribbed do. viz The Florida aCcount The facilities offered to parties of leDiol.

I # '. Section 4, T 2, R 2. N and R2,E.Ei.NBl.Sec9.T2 Nand. E, Wood Cutters. IS after date,I shall pcr'onc present intCrtte.my aCcount: do.. Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and ; Rlister.., Jacksonville: ;.Argus, Ocala, St.;Augustine Savannah to visit the Kevs.at all SfD, pleasure of the year,others oneof(

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j.. and voucher to the Hon. Judge of Probate in am most. fashionable styles ; VF-STINGS'of: Black and Republican and Georgian Charleston the most healthy and desirable retreats for hmHib
W t, S E 4. Sec 3. T 2. R 2,Nand E.WiNE4.Sec3T2 a number of strong and healthy men Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk., Silk and Woolle ; Mercury
WANTED for the County of Jdferon,and apply for a discharge Fancy and Courier the Standard and the and others in the State,and the beautiful and .
I R 2, Nand E, choppers. Liberal wages to good Ca hmeres and Valencia- ; Register,Raleigh; rOI
a Velvets, Vesting of Rich
tic of the
a? the Administrator of the estate of Anna Brooks. the Columbus Times, Georgia. scenery Suwannee wi. it i.supposed
containing 9GO) acres. men. Apply to Velvet }Plush &c. &c.
late of said to to
A. A. FISHER. Sheriff &. County, docejscd.JAMES inducement many tbtmehf cf 1 plea-
IBICHE LNDENDERGER.toyemblr R. BROOKS. ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OFHats ant an curslon.
The
Collector Leon Co. Cr>: papers which have been requ' sted to
,1 Novemt.er! and 27,rr lc.l1.cffieiofTm 19 3m 1".1. Jefferson County Oct. :0. it,J7. )15 Gm and Caps(MonterlyS) ro. and Hleach'd. Cotton publish the Florida Land Sales,"will please add This Company, having a tbe believe,made all

--- Linen and ; Undershirts, the sales in Madison and Jefferson ; i above. requisite arrangements for convenience and accommodation

., Bacon, Flour, &c.JIJ'T Furniture. U. S. l'AL LINE Blk Ital. Silk Cravats, fSilks and Merino do. And the daily papeis in : Counte. 'annah, of tbe public, they solicit if:* patron

4. : J UST received from New York, Fancy Satin do $Lambs Wool and Angola viz: the Mercury and Courier and the Republican age.For

a received per schooner Elicia, from New Or. 1 hand-tome Mahogany Sofa, Rich Fancy Satin and { Undershirts, and Georgian wi please publish, once a week only, further particulars, apply to Messrs D P.

1 pro I Divans. For al 1. r-r Plain do Scarfs, ',lirown Cotton and Cotton (for three SMITH & Co., Columbus MMTS. SMITH& HAR

1 Ca.ik.. Bacon Hams, mnCIE&LINDENBEKGER. Jenny Lind Hhk ': ade Drawer. .ovember 21, 1517. 19 RIS, Madison, Messrs. PUTNAM A RICHARDS*

.. ,1 clear Sides, .oyembcr ISI. 19 Blk. White and Col'd Kid Gur Elastic Suspender. Cedar Keys or to the undersigned.
4 .h.4..p... .. .
-
: & .y. Gloves, 'Merino and Cotton Tax Assessor's and Collector'sIOTICE. JAMES TUCKER,
.' 5 Bhl4. Illinois Flour J! i Ua1.S And
Hose others.
bbls.ehoiee Flour BULL &, PRATORIUS From Tallahassee to Macon. Poritor
8 Half Family Coluubu., Florida. January
'. Mackerel l. Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas, Money Belt, undcri and Collector for 2I8. 22 ly
3 1 Barrels Bbl. new Green No.2 AppU-s. For sale: low by .\Ihe corner store nndrr the Sentinel Office and Through in forty-tiro hours from Talaaut t.Macon Shoulder }.r.ces. &.c. &.c. TiE Lon County ne., hereby give notice that he "i City Tax Sale.

Nv'rnher27.1'.t7. 10 ALFRED F. HOC. opposite the Fhirnix Buildings, and to Charleston in days, CLARK &STILLMAN. attendAt Collectors
in lime to take tie .Mail Boats on October SS, 1' 17. 14 the Court House, in Tallahassee, on Friday and BY VIRTUE authority Y in me by law, I
A RE NOW OPENING choice and
a well selected this levied
Notice. .J\'arth the fourth dav. and 12th day upon and will expose
I .L1. ortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, VKST Stage will leatc Tallahassee on Mondiv, 7. 8. ] LWi'J Saturdaylth February next, public sale before the Court-hous door in the a
; At House, at Fort Braden City
IX months after date the Administrator! of theestate INGS and READY-MADE CLOTHING. THE I ShOll on Monday,
C The
great and Fridays, atI o'clock, A. M., Attorney at Law, 14th of Tallahassee,during legal hours,on the first Moo-
deceased late of Leon February
I..J W R. Humphries, and bcstonpd in theselection ,
..1 care taste of these goods and arrive in Macon. ,(via (!uincy, Bainbiidgc, New. At Roach's Cross Roads, on daY in March IS 19, the following property,to wit:
iijs and vouchers Ftb'y..
C.i'inty. will present final account warrant them in saying to all who wish to Purchasegood Montifcllc, Jefferson (County, Florida WtneJay.16th Lots
numbers
S3 and
Americus and 94,being and
hi
)
ton, Albany on Tuesdays, At Beard's Store tie
!
the'lion.. Judge of Probate of said County, and lerry. on Thursday, 17th lyin/
to bargains,you will do well to call and examine ) liccookie south half of
and Saturdays, at I M.i in attend the Circuit Court!of the Middle February, county quarter,within ,
prav for a discharge; from said administration. our stock. It would be a great tax on time and ThursaJI. WILL the of Tallahassee o
patience for Savannah. and of the City much thereof
November 27.1517. 19 Cm cars Leaving Macon on County of Columbia of the At Daniel Houck's,Centreville,on Friday,ISth February or so wi
-_ to enumerate the different styles and paternscompoirg Mondays,Wednesdays, and Friday at -1.o'clock, A. Ester Circuit,Florida. pay the"City Taxes due thereon for the year 1 .

LEWIS & AMES, this assortment : suffice it to say that a M.,and arriving Tallahassee on Tuesdays Thurs August t 22, 154G. S At Reuben Manning's, Mannington, on Saturday, Levied upon a the property of B. RarTerry.and to
of these cloths and *
cassimers
; portion are of lirilU o'clock be sold for cash. JOHN
da\s and Saturdays 10 P. M. This line 19th WILSON,
DEALERS IN '. Boasted LHStrc,' aDdtbecotbin and co with the Central Rail RoadSavannah, Au- February February, IS Ig. 29 City Tax Collector.
At Lake lamonia
Byrd's ,
article of their stock is of net Law Notice.imOCKENBROUGIJ Shop on Monday, 21st
DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS, every quality cu ta:MiUegc"iJe and Western Rail Road to CoImhus ,

.4 Toilet Arjitles, Perfumery, ire, Window Glass, that They will would please mention the most that fastidious.these CLOTHS are or I connects with the Mail Lin & MAXWELL. At February School House, near George Young's, Lake Jackson Jefferson Circuit Court.
Chatlahoochie and thence
from Quincy to Apa. IN CHANCERY.
,on Tuesday, the 22d February,
the finest texture the best
wool
FLUTTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORS, English dye, French
wool achicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to At Ben Hale', at Fort Staiuberry, on Wednesday, William Bailey, Adm'r. de Ionia nan er John 3d-
dyeblackdo.CassimerLondon wool dje black, BROCKENBROUGH return to Flo
APot accnrlc5' Glass Ware. Ac Columbus in three days, and but one night will be WM. I. wi 23d
do. Cas-i. French and German February, lamy, deceased Complainant,
black
cloths,do. Cas., in time to attend all Courts of the
the road between Tallahassee and
rUEatxtve constantly on hand,and for sale at the French fancy Cassimers. spent on I4acon. Middle Cire'mitand Jackson and Franklin Counties For the purpose of receiving returns of taxable pro r*.

prices. VESTINGS of fine black Satin fine plaid Satin The public may rest assured that every attention will in West Florida. B. & M. will also attend the perty in said County for the year 1S49, and also to Tilman D. Purifoy, Defendant.
of those who
Silk, Woollen Velvet, Cuhmerett and be paid to the comfort may patronizethis Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will take the census (directed by a late law) of all children 1 IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court.by

'''e have: received by late arrivals large additional Cerro Gor.lo and Cherubuico. Monterey Polknet. Line. devoted exclusively to the legal an b< between the ages of six and eighteen. I is ex made in this.cause, that TilmanD.Pu-

IIIrrli> or )",:{.,.Ifedicines and ChctnKal,which, READY MADE CLOTHING.-Superior Fine blk FARE: claims against the United States, profus pected that each person will come prepare rifoy the said defendant resides out of the Slate of

o;ether with most of the popular patent remedies, French dress and frock do. English wool dje FromTallahassee to QuincyO; Bainbridge, prosecution of which arrangements have been afentie made FJRIT-To render a full and list, in Florida, and in the State of Geora. on mot km of
F rendenour assortment the largest and most varied in do. do., French coat.Sack Coats, Doe-skin do., $5; to Albaay.$11,and to MaoVin, S22. tn Washington. writing, of all taxable property owned by them on the solicitor for complainant: l, That

- e' the State. I II black and fancy cloth! Sack, mixed WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors.By March 13. 31 the 1st January last the list of lands to contain the the said Tilman D. Purifoy do appear and answer

) We have'now'in store a'lot of QUININE, warranted coats, black beavercloth sack and over-coats do-.kin, blackCloak. opera JOHN M. YARN, Agent. 1147. nume. of the section qUate section, township the bill of complaint filed in this cause within fourmonths
.1 fcj-: Office at the Planter's Hotel, Tallahassee-C. list must be subscribed the .
which with
puAc,and of eery titperior quality. Pantaloonof tine black Cassimer,medium range, from the date of the publication of this order
of E.BAILEY Agent; at Maj. NA THANS,in Quincy of the rendering it, and sworn to the said bill of
: Just received a large assortment ., great variety of fancy Calmer pants of the Notce. name person before or complaint will be taken fo
FRESH GARDEXiSEEDS, latest style. Vests of description. July 17, lSI7. 52 SIX month after! present my final ac- me. confessed : Provided, That a copy of this order bo
.. every Military self- and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probatein SECOND-To give the names of all children of the I published in some printed in ,the
the celebrated of Messrs. &. Co. Trimmings Shirts Gloves, Cravats Fenders.ONE newspaper Mid
from gardens Hovey
.
Altol mall invoice of choice BRANDY AND I. adjusting JOier Suspenders, and almost everything and for (the County of Jcferion. and apply for a family, or under the control connected Sok outfit. DOZEN IRON FENDERS,a hand. discharge estate of Abram person rendering, between the ages of six and eighteen months. (Signed.)
a
CIGARS of All
WINES lot of extra quality. gentleman's
andja for sale Grantham late of said specifying those which can both read and THOMAS
by years DOUGLAS
of which we offer for sale at the lowest cash prices. B. &. P. are prepared to execute all orders according atice county.decMe'WILLAM Judg
: LEWIS & AMES. to the latest and most styles.N. GEORGE H. MEINNIS. GOR1IAN. write, those which can read and not write, and December IS, 1847. Z 4m
approve January 29,1" 4S. 29 September hose which can neither read nor write, and stating -
Tallahassee November 20,1S47. 1 q B. By the next arrinl we expect to receive .onticelo. !
THE REMAINDER. also the township within which such children Sweet Orange Trees.

October 16 1S47. 13 amps, etc. Coffee reside.It SWEET ORANGE two
Wakulla Tax ollector's ,
: ounty PATENT PORTABLE COMPOSI is earnestly, hoped that all be prompt, 1000 TRE yet
persons wi old sale
PORTER'S BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE, for at 61 ech 100. by
S SALE. LAMPS, a new article that gives a 20 do. Rio do. a the time completing this limited to M.
Leon Circuit Court. brilliant light without either smell or smoke. The : the 1st March next and those who are delinquentwill L BAK
virt the authority| vested in me by law, do. Laziiira do. January 29. ) 23
By be double taxed to law. The 8 6
subscriber intends keeping a supply of the fluid always according Tax -
: I hue this day levied upon and will expose to IN CHANCERY. Just received and for sale by
Collector and Assessor be found at tbe CourtHouse
}public sale, in front of the Court House,in the county on hand. Sept. IS, IS 17. LLOYD FLAGG. may Orange SchooL
1 & in Tallahassee at all times when not in Hil
attendance
Creditor Dill fur Estate. GEORGE H. -
of Wakulla. State of Florida s cttrt of _. MEINNIS.
-- -
above 1 undersigned in inform/in(iff
at
; January 23: 2 precincts pleasure
the in James E. Broome and others for themselves !.. .t' DIt. C. I. BUNTING, TiE
: On first Monday May nf.xt, and J. W. SHERWOOD, that they have established a BOARDLNO

between the usual hours, the following pieces or other creditors of A. M. Gatlin, Complainants, DR. J. REESE'S SURGEON DENTIST, Tax Assessor and Collector, Leon County. SCHOOL at the beautiful and healthy location of

: .. pared of Land, viz: (. in Quincy,Florida, Tallahassee, January 1845. 2S I Orange Hill, Washington County,Florida, with the
LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE permanCntloat(1 -
..'. Lot nuntber S!. containing 474 acres,and known I Turbutt R. Bet n,Sarah A. Bet ton,bis Wife Executrix HAVING tender srices to the publicin Notice. "ie.of estabibing a permanent Classical .

'. :. as the Rivet Survey according to the original suri I of A. M. Gatlin, and others, Dtfendanti. PERSONS of feeble constitutions and those of seL the various branches of his profession. From his They engaged the services of Mr. ROBERT

vey made&y Asa Hatfeld. Surveyor. Also lots 'WHEREAS, an order made by his Honor dentary habits, are often trouble with habitual experience and success in practice, he feels assured SIX week after date, I will apply 'to the Honora- WINBURX, a graduate of the University of North

: number 3'X 40, 41. 43,44.r, 52, 5'.W. 61, 62, Judge on the Ivt December costiveness, which often a very unfavorable of being able to please I those who may patronise him : e of Probate in and for the County of Carolina. Orange Hill is pleasantly situated on the

o. ... 03. f9, 6'J/70/ 71 1, 7S. SO, 81, 82, 3,1. 7. S. 14. 18 17.in the above entitled cause,the under. influence upon their general health which is particularly Dr. B. refers the public to Wakulla.(or letters of administration on the estate Holmes'Valley road twenty mie west of Marianna,
Containing ach 300 acres; and known and des signed was appointed among other things, to take manifested by irregularity, if not total loss of W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. DAVIDSON, Richard H. Crow ell,late of said COlntv.dceas. is distant thirty or forty miles the Gul of Mexico

.. rribed by*,id numb.according to the oriinalsur. an account of what is due to Complainants for their ppetite. In this condition of the system, this ar Gfn.Cot C. H. DecoR, Dr. R. E. LITTLE. IARRIE CROWELL ,and abounds in the purest free af

.. vey made'hy; Ala Surveyor. : caims.and to nil other creditor, of said A. M. Gat. tide i!confidently recommended with the assurance Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited Newport. Jennary 27 (to fordin.a most delightful healthy retreat,in sum.

i All the bye described lots ol' Land situated ly. interest thereon ; and it 'I ordered fur- that, if the dose is properly adjusted so a not to f.,. ..... .."......." ,.".1. mer. the planters in the adjacent counte.

I i In?and the county ol Wakula.on the west 'ther, "That the said Master do cause an advertise move the bwc1 to actively, relit ma; b relied September I, IS 17.Negro. 9 once. They deem themselves-fortunate lelio

., side of the Wakulla River, of whati ment to be rubt.hr in the Floridian,* a newspa. upon any or even the leat unpleasant consequences ALL persons having claims against the estate of of their situation, since they believe it to be one of

I it known a Forbes Purchase, and levied upon as per publshe weekly in Talate and in such resulting from the use of common purga- Clothing1.PIECES P. Heath late of Hamilton County, deceased the most healthy locations in the State, and one at

.. 1 S the property of the Apalacliicola Land Company, other newspapers| proper,for five meicint.usually resorted to. are requested to present them, duly authenticated which there are a few allurements to vice-a con .
and b sold to satiety their State and County Tax the creditors of the said Alfred M. Gatlin to come Persn. to Bilious Cholic may rely on the ho Kerseys SO do. Plains,20 do. Lin- within the time prescribed by law, or they sideration which should be of paramount importance

lot wi county of Wakulla. for the 1S4" in before him,and prove their debts, on or before the preventive properties of this medicine by using it on so)s,:bales.Lowell Osnai>urps,5 Virginia do., mill be barieJ ; those indebte to the estate are to every parect and guardian. As they puros educating -
year
., AHIJAH Sherifl- first day of May next; and that such of the creditorswhoshall the first ir.tlmalot of an approaching attack. Thereare 5 bales 4-1 Domestic, 5 do.7-8 Dometics, :do.3-4 earnestly requested to prompt pavment. their own children at this they not
;
., and ex-oflicio Tax HAL. Co. notrome in and prove theirdebts by the time some s liable: to regular attacks of f do., 10 bales Negro blankets. 5 case Negro shoes, JOHN G. SMITH only intend at all times to keep a good and competent -

October 19.! aforesaid shall be excluded the benefit of this decree illioui Fever almost every fall ; to such tbe use of wool hats and caps. Just received and for sale by SheriflTand ex officio Administrator. teacher, but that bard shall b obtained upon

1".1. ; and that such persons, not parties to the bill, this medicine i is f'commended. beginning to use it S. F. BURNEY. January 15, ISIS. 26 2m the most reasonable .

i i Spanish Regaa. who shall come in before' the said Master to prove >y the middle of May_or first of June. September 2, 1',1. 10 TERMS PER SESSION

'. S per Brig Lucy, and their debts, do.before they are admited.directof Thos whose digestive organs are feeble often exerience Petit Gulf Cotton Seed. The Elementary Dpartment. 10 0

_20_ .000_ Jf Jf.v JUS_ __n reiye_ contribute to the complainants proportion of > a sense of fullness, weight and oppression M. D. PAPY, SACKS genuine Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, Arithmetic,Gramar, and History -

J L&. H..GREENBERG CO. the expenses of this suit, to be settled by the said about the stomach alter eating. wi find this medi- @m W 40 For sale on consignment-apply to 15 C

.. October 30. 1" IS Master." And itwasalsoorderedthat"an account cine afford almost immediate r" j' l. J. R. FORTUNE, Natural Philosophy the higher branches of
be taken of all securities or collaterals held by the Lies near their confinement ote' suffer from WILL Practice Middle Mathematics LatinGreek French
Feb. 5, 29 At the Tin
"I, : Dr. J. H. Scales creditor respectively, and a report be made of the and costiveness: to such this article is Office on the first floor of the Cap. 19-3. Manuacory. Languages, 20 00

SURCEGON DENTIST fame, and of the value of each." And it was also highly recommended, a it can be used without the itol,South wing room formerly occupied by the Furniture, Carpets, &c. for Sale. Board can be had at six to eight dollars per month.

ordered that all parties may b enmine upon interrogatories I east danger,and with great benefit. In sick or oerv Secretary of the Territory. The second session of this school commenced oa
; "ITTILL IK found at his old Rooms at J. L. Demil. ,and produce all bk. papers in I ous headache it is invaluable. November 15, 184: 1 1 PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Coaches, the 10th of January.

.. VV ly's:lioarding House durin the fall and winter their custody or power, tbeet upon oath This article wi be found to act a pleasant cordial I 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case, with drawers D. W. HORNE,
a JOIIIt ERSKINE. and desk handsome Double Wheel Patent
months,unless when professionally engaged.I .- 2 Carpets, 1 -
before the said Master, I the lid shall die and restoring the appetite and at the D. P.
S. having just received a large supply of all kind rect." time fulfilling every intention the common ATTORNEY AT LAW Cor.SbeUer. the mot approved article in use. EVEIT.BRnON

; of material appertaining to his profession, is now Now, therefore all persons claiming to be credit .me purgatives are intended to effect. tha purely teg' Qulncy, Florida. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE, BARKL.lEO.F.

4 prepared to rrror any operation with neatness and ors of said A. M.Gatm are hereby, in pursuance of 'able' and, when used according to the directions, attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden Feb.-5,1843. 2 At the Tin Manufactory.. January 22, 1839. Z ALTE.

despatch on molar'prove plans. said order, produce their claims, and the will be found an invaluable article,especially to those WILL the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, Tax Collector's Sale.

6 October 16, IS- vouchers in support thereof, and aU collateral and afflicted with Dyspepsia,Derangement of. the Liver, and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia Sale postponed till lit Monday Hae1
virtue of the vested in law
authority me by I f
securities therefor, before me, at my office in Tallahassee or General Debility. November 22,1815. 19 By
i' : WIS.\R'S BALSAM 01 WILD CHERRY for within the time limited in said order, and Prepared by Doctor J. Reese,Griffin, Pike county, {jrf- Sentinel t expose for sale, before the Court House GADSDEN SHERIFF SALE.

.; '. ( LEWIS &AMES. othrwis comply with the provisions of the same, Georgia, and for sale by appointment atE copy. door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Monday BY virtue of : writ of fieri facias, issued1'"

February 2f1, 1847. 31 that they may b Idmite parties to the said suit. BARNARD. Jr's., in August next, the following described property or Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for ibff

Dated this A. D. 1847. Drug Store,Tallahassee, Fall and Winter Goods. so much thereof a will be sufficient to pay the State County( Jackson. Western Circuit of Florida,

:, cabinet Making &c., SIMON Dtmbr.. Muter.- DANIEL LADD, Newort, and County taxes due thereon for the year 1S47- : wherein Daniel. Cook i If plaintiff,and Reuben Scott i"

l 4 : .-The underpinned have a*. December 4, IS" Speia Monticello, J JUST RECEIVED from New York, by Brig Henry Section Township I, Range 1. N aad E, pur- defendant, I have leie upon and will expose f fi
2 Buck a large assortment of
I I
CO.r. themselves together,and from this date Quincy, porting to belong to W. G. Gould. 1 sale, before the ,. door in the town

: the two .borl will be united, and the business conducted HARDY BRYAN, STAPLE AND FANCY. DRY GOODS. A. A. JSfER. Sheriff Quincy, on Monday, the 51 h day of Deembr,lSd'vthe

-t bf LYNCH VINGF.RUOETS. They ares Portraits Painted i On Accent for Thomas county,Georgia. Groceries. Hardware, Wood and Willow Ware, and ex ofti Tu Leon Co. following described property ""P*

prepared to do all descriptions of work in their line, Citizen cf Tallahassee are advised that, May 22t 1847. 44 Rope and Bagging, Nails and Iron January 29, 1818. 28 .1ae Fieldsand Spencer

t with tdeitYln despatch,and on a* reasonable term THE fitted up his Slwly in the loots and Shoes, Sugar Boilers, &c. &c. W. Levied upon a the property of said defendantana
story HUTCHINS
S for approved acceptance .any workmen in '/Mas. Dp.en.s.y's Boarding IOI',(adjoining'ton the Negro Kerseys. For sale by G. to be sold to satisfy said writ of fled faca

l the country. The continued patronage of the public Union Bank,) for the reception of Visitors, the undersigned 1 0 CASE .REYS. 2 do Linseys, Sept. IS, '17. y LLOYD &FLAGG. AUCTIONEER B. C. Sherit.
;. i* must respectfully .olcite. : very respectfully tenders his services Jul reeive and'for sale by Nov. 5,1S47. 16 BJJ.s.scslIL'sr.D.S-

"l. F:. I Portrait Painter to them; and pledges himself a to Sep. 18, 1847.- &FLAGG. Deaf and Dumb Aylu TALLAHASSEE, j.Li Q9- The above sale has been postponed until the

ii GERARD VINGERHOETS._ paint faithful and accurate in SALES in'any part of the county attended to, and first Monday in J.muar. 1848.
.. Tallahassee _November 6, 1S47. 16 ibis Ladies and Llkneu any I Notice 0' KE solicited. I fjO The b"e .Ie .bn until the
country. are to pO.tpDe
Gntlemfn ilE subscriber,as the resident agent of the sid ; first Monday
: Received by the latest call at his study, where may found between persons, creditors and legatees entitled to J.- Institution,offer* for sale,in tracts, and upon REFENINCES : February.
ALL II. BOND, I LLOYD FLAGG.J. 8, 1843. 2
Ava January
the hours of 8, A. M. and ,P. M. or otherwise interested in the E. & :
estate I
suit Thousand
to ,about Four
LARGE assortment of READY ttn Acre W. | D.
ptJerl Esq., C. Esq:
RUSSELL Wn.sol.
CL. of Lewis late
A of Leon deceased
.
Arti.t county or of Jackson in the
LAND
Sundt'rl 1 county ,
; 't THING SHOES. BOOTS; also, a general ((0* Gilt frame furnished, if are to exhibit their January 22, 1S43. 27 Watches, Clocks, and
sortment of GROCERIES. reuired. notifed claim I State ol Florida. Also, the Eight to Locate, to a .ewe
;
and demands within from this date to the REPAIRED. .
; 'C years limited extent. .
L H. GREENBERG CO. Thomas Jeff. Heir
October3o,1S47. & 13 & REFERENCES: I under.ilned. or the:same wi be barred ; and all per The above lands were selected at an early date,by /pOWLE&. MYERS having secured the '*" *'"
.i:; OSBCMT B. LooMis. Artist, New York; G. W. sons indebte to said are requested to make an experienced judge,and are believed to be amongst ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, JL of an experienced workman who will attend to

,. LAnD, Artist, S. C.; JOHN Mla, Artist, New Or payment. he finest in the county. practice in the Circuit Court in each the repairing of Watches and Clocks exclosivelv..

Goods for Gentemen' Wear. I Inn; C. CURTIS, Artist, Ky.; JAS. C. WUAOI LEWIS M. SAUNDES, Executor. C. H. DUPONT, I'WILL of the Middle Circuit, and in the Su are to do all work in their line of buae

I:. ,.Black, *. Fancy I Artist, Philadelphia; IRA SANDERs, Artist, Ohio. December 4, 1847. 2 2 Jlgent of D. 4. D.A. cf JL'y. preme Court and United State Di.tric Court at rrr/J prepae promptly.

p BLUE, I'. Sat I i nets, k'entncky Jean, Rich Satin December 23, 1547. 25 tf Quincy, June 12, 1841. ly .'allabassee. November6lS47.- 16 ,

.. Venting*, Silk Velvet Vesting Rich Satin Silvered Choice Liquors. Monticello, January 29, 1943. 23

; : ; Vesting. Rich Fancy Colored Satin Cravats, a Groceries. to the public the following choice LI.{ Rifles and ShotGu. CITY HOTEL, .
Fay ofer
J general assortment of gentlemen' Boot Shoe*, T all of which we will warrant a* being Martin, Smith 5c Thorn,
an [T7E have late arrivals from New York A SSORTED qualities, ei. price*,iuit re-
g. '" ...**" Hat and Cap; also, a large isle stock o ready made V V and Nor Orleans, a choice selection of Groceries of the best quality: _TL ceived and for sale by an.. Conuaiuion and Forwarding lerehDts .
received and for by BUREY. it'.1.TALLAHASSEE
.I ; clothing,jort suitablt' for Family and Plantation tee: 2 quarter cask upr.old Cognac Bran ly, September 25, 18-1. 10Caps. ,
No. 62
F. Poydra
"
.t Madeira
: S BUREY.I. Cheese, Codfish; Mackerel, Prune, St. 2 TOM,.
Ii.ina '
September! 25, IS1. Louis Floor, Sides and French S bbl. old Monongahela Whiskey5S5boxee NEW-ORLEANS, LA.

i ifostardDrench Mushrooms, Raspberry and Cur. of 1 doz.each,oki Madeira\fim ,o/th I,. M. 35AflN-G. W. *MITH- THO*. U THOJIIf.nefcrtlo FLORIDA ,

:' J DR. J. 8. BOND enj Preserved Ginger, Lobster( and Salmon, vintage of 1828,"Nswton,Gordon Jt C.,. fUST received per the last arrival, :doz. Cloth po the undersigned. ba been conde the nun-

I /DIFFERS his professional service to the Jeit.. Almoad, Corenl., Champagne Wine Port and Claret Wine, J I and Glazed Cap, for Gentlemen Boys, new of this Hotel-
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