The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 4, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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1 ii ittolBlioBi -piued tt the First Session' was during mid.winter- of 30, that iho,

of the Thirtieth [eugreu.1.jA THE RIDI passer-by of the 'Sailor** Home,' no railed, .

_l"o. ,r--Act snaking an ippropria- ill H-, might one evening have h.r
'l in the sounds of boisterous rherrimerlt
tio to M1PP7 In part) a deficiency appro- IBY proceedingfrom
t ,tOM lor -WMin kind of the .nnj.ml the crowded ''Jar.rm. while occasionally
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..1..t.n during tbs year ending a ntunning oath fell. upon[ the ear. 'lite
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1S4S. 0- roorrt was filled with a motley crowil I turn
it tMcttd Jy tit Smote and Hovte of Repreesrfth Con-- FLORIDA VOL:, HX-NO. 33. usually were to be (bund there,-sailors, I oat-.
United States cf.tmencain SIBLEY DYKE, TALLAHASSEE, Mcn 4,1818.
,euj.t wembJed. That h. um of nn
and the same is hereby, appropriated to --- ._ __ T-:: ---- uproarious mirth. one side bfl the. roomwas
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L insistence in part, a in deficiency kind of the in army the aporopnationsZfie and volunteers widow said annuity,or pension shall be discontin- You- will- -forgive- me- and believe your 1r(1 Cht'cdon ..Mercury.sJADES ion that Lii bessel ws lost with all on board, a chtrfullr around which! sat si mrrribrr .
: ued. MASSACRE. of course that be dead. A 'of &ing ; while thte
the tl.-rtieth of June, one I selves quite welcome. they & toptr| on opr njio
jl Tending .
VLd lbs eight hundred and fort.-t'ibt. to be paidJJJof SEC. have 2. And beeen be further enacted That such of Congress widows -j 'That is done whispered Mr. N.- Me. Et ITOB : In your paper of the Gib inst. app opened in the proprcour bis side was the iwr. with tbe usual ana.of well, '
by special ;
any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 1 to the admite pension act approved the wel, be said, wife is no I noticed ale announcement of tbe death of property told, tho succession cosed the filled deranters dimly seen through the mnr. .
RQBT C. WNTHROP, seventh day bnet July,one thousand eight hundred and acquainted 11, with I will a make my a few prescnstations. Samuel W. Brady, from wound received atChapultepes' proceeds paid over to the suppsediduw.. ky clou Cf rokf. In the centro of lire ft I

of the Hou. of Representatives. thirJy-i ht, or to the benefit of the art approved .' you near the city Mexico, and represented The wife about six I! crowd, and the object of their Undivided f at. t
"Speaker to seventeenth of June, one thiusand eijht hundred of this Three t lour lentioit. stood in about :
G. M. DALLAS, to be tbe last survivor of the ever young lawyer city. o a mal appearance filly
President of the Senate. and to forty-four' the benefit, hall of be entitlt and shall be admitted Then leading her towards an emaciated memorable massacre of the l lamented Major days since, to the wonder of every one, the year of age. In I former years he had I leerilistin f
act subject however to limbs unableto
ArproTed January,l .tS: )OLK.An the rules,limitations,and restrictions in and b said creature, whoso were Dade, which occurred on the 25th December, long lost but veritable: captain Lund, armed I (! iiished in | oiiical! lire, and sync Imon'na ..
K. } 'This
JAMES his he said, gentle.
act cribcd. ) support body, S35. I do not wish to detract anything from in this city propria persona. He finds quite A man of fine talent and neqiiiremn'mitsi.

:.- Act to authorize the issuing of a rcgister Approved, February: l4S. .his man, Nancy travelled, is the and Rer.endured N-much, who in the in the gallant lo.'dift who has lost his life in his an alteration in bin affairs,both pecuniary und During his early life lie bad b< c >nte a mtm- ..7(

tco. to barque the Canton. -- ----------- ------ -- youth, violent country* caus\ but beinjr somewhat} acquain.ted domestic. This may give rise to som interesting her of the Methodist persuasion, and \vasstiK "
H rnactrd by the Senate and house of Rrp.t'II".lIftl n cause of our common Master. A with the I'etaiU! of that sad event, I am I discussions oftLc law.-Picayune. rem*rherp n a prominent and favorite rla'5

.ft_'-_ -.. 'United Stater of.lmeriea in C nptma.vem.bled. &1 t_1 I( ___ rheumatism, induced b)cold! contracted_ a. compelled to think: that there has .been an er leader. His hair was prey, tangled: anti nnt. "r.
I ; That there be i il?ud. under" the die mong the ettemlmts tt thC Vct, wurro led and fell in locks
; ro in tue mention of his name in connectionwith CULTIVATION OF IRISH POT.\TO 1: spire upon his a"nlltr.
a register THE FEAST. he in the gospel to
of the Secretary of the Treasury ; MISISTE'S was employed preaching His
it. e dim and ) bloohL t his
i > was ; itI
Canton formerly a Haytien ve"spl, the has reduced him to his con The Editor of tbe gives f f0t
the barque Souhcrn
present Culiro
but lilt now owned by William T Savward, J. R. Kimball BV LYDIA JANE 1'IEKSON. dition.poor This lady, his wife has piously sustained I ccame acquainted with the only kres the following D tbe best pIn raising Irish bloited. and unshaven, mind his "flle appear : "
,and H.C.Lo"dtcitiznl of the State of Maine ; who did survives that bloody! cene a very Potatoes viz First ance gave evidence of his wretched and mis. !:
him. But she is old and feeble now, : plow the Jan-l. Jeep
laid !el,having:been wrecked and condemned The Rev. Mr. X ofcxcellent llort after its and haT erable condition. A smile ; 'J
sod which ves! was a man: ti'ue occurrence, nev- and fine, and fertilize the soil with those sub. silly w as playing t,
on one of the Mo!cle Ilidge Island,was purchased but was eccentric. He was n you may see. known of others who over his Laggard features
temper or uapcd ,
head any used
be : in a lisflnM
and which they hare caused to stances by nature forming the stems, Ip 4
repaired by and them refitted for rea again : Profiled. It a powerful preacher, and his ministration was Then turning to a group with silver locks "Ii"rum it : their names are, Tiiomac, leaves, root and tubers of tbe plant.! Success the rude and profane oftht .t"

shall be proved to the satisfaction of the Secretary bleat to the reformation of many in bis parish.At and threadbare coats, be continued : Sprague, and Clarke. Thomas was she first depends in a good degree on proper manuring.After wre cars around him, for he had juit fnisbe d ; t4 f

of the Treasury that the cost' ot the repairs said made, in 'I the age thirty-four he became enamoredof These men are soldiers of the revolution. to leave tlc scene of strife being severelywounded marking out good furrows, three feet a. son;;. '

the United States,after the exceeds purchase threefourths of the of"tI-the rich parishioner. Well, the marriage Theywere sons of rich men. They went out in (, arm near the shoulder. He put, in which to plant the place in (;j ive us another, Jim,'sail one. iiV

.,1 by the cost pre.ent of building owners a vessel of the same ton. was consumated the bride's portion paid, in their young strength to defend their! op. left iu the early part ef tie first engagement, the furrow, the basis of each potatoes a shove! S Give us one moro,' roared the cro\\d. .

original tif in the United Stae. and the husband, a husbands in their frs pressed country. They endured hard-hips, and arrived on the thud] day after at Tampa full datable a manure. Draw hi tic hoe a 4 Well, what shall it be, gentlemen !' said' 4: .

I Approved Janury i4,1S1.Eo. love are apt to do, consented to the toils and suffering, such as we hardly deem it Bar. Hik account of the affair was not be.lieieJ little loos earth over the manure, and drop he.. 5; :; ,?.
of the his wife, and accompanied her to several fee- possible for men to endure and live. They by the oilicer in command and be was: tbe theia-ne vhichsbouId bj Methodist,' raid the first speaker, and ; 1
: the Secretary potatcc on covered : ;
t TreasurY. .-An to Act trant authorizing a register! to the barque Sarah live parties given by his wealthy neighborsin I returned home at the close of the war, maim I nut- in confinement .u tlenprtc i two and a bairorthree inches_ deep.- I .neal LlUpfiter D n__, f.nwpd. .. ,-

and-Eliza. honor of his mariage.The ed in their limbs, and with broken constitutions Sprague; was ba'Ui wounded in tbe latter As seed is expensive, it will be good economy Give imsaregularMethodiat, old! fellow.' ,"J

Be it enacted by: the Senate and Home of Rrpre- bappy couple: were sitting together in to find their patrimonies destroyed: by part of the second engagement, and crawled to cut (the o'atoes before planting into as For a moment bo hesitated, and with a A

,rntalier of the 'TTnited f'tatrllf America in Con-. their comfortable parlor, one evening, towards fire or the chances of war, or their property into a large pond or lagoon on the right of many tyjeces there are or and voice shattered, but utiil noble, be commenced H{

freit attemJbled the ,That there of the be issued Treasury, under, a register the direction spring. The Reverend gentleman stud} ing otherwise filched and wrested f'clr them. (tbe battle ground, concealing himself among plant three in a a bill and four ryes inches germs aput. In a favorite and beautiful) Methodist hymn. A" ;_

for the of barque Secretary Saraband Eliza, formerly a British the Venerable Bede,' and his wife eqully And these worthy men live ia poverty and the tall grass that skirted the water's. edge, the rows the bills should be about thirty inches be proceeded, it seemed to com home to hi. i '1

vessel, but now owned bv,Jn hua T. Jones Chas. intent upon a plate of the latest fashions ; neglect in the 1 nd, for tbe prosperity ol and watched the closing of the second engagement distant from one another. They should b? heart. F'oratime his voice faltered! and hN -

H. Jones, and Thomas Hell! citizens; of the State been of when she suddenly looked up with an expression which they sacrificed their all. These venerable until every man had fallen to rise no plowed out, hoed, and kept as clean as cotton faco accrued as if a tbadovr had fil'en upon ; r
f"ew York; and which} said vessel having between hope and fear, and thus address ladies aro the wives of these patriots, moie-he thinking himself the only survivor.He or other it. Were the turbid fountain, of the heatS
fin the coast of Maryland any crop.
wrecked purchased and condemned by them.., cot; off, and towed to New I ed her husband. and widows or others who have gone to thrir described the conflict with the three or If one has but little manure, its fertilizing being troubled by an angel ? or II all l that MHI- *

was York reraired, and retted for Ilea : Prorvltd. It 4 'My dear husband, I bare a request to reward. .They could t.'ll you tales that would! four who were the last engaged in fglJling. a power can be largely increased by throwinga pie melody brought back I I Me of recollections j f

ihall proved to the satisfaction of the Secretary make.. thrill Jour heart and make it better. This; is I drf.jerate beyond imagination. fan handful of ashes into each bill .before of olden times-bright, hopeful happy *

if the Treasury said that vessel Ihe by cot the thereof present after owner the,pnr.A exeteds -- Wel Nancy, anything consistent.' the celebrated and learned Dr. B-, who I seen was a Sergeant named Chapman, who planting thE woo potatoes.! This crop requires a days ]long since passed, and which had hung f

chase oftbe threefourths ol the original cost of building a do not imagine that I would makc an sated hundreds of lives during the spo tod though surrounded all sides by the savage good deal of potash in organizing its stems, assumed the nature of I drear'' Perchancevoices '-

i renel of the same tonnaze in the United States. inconsistent request surd!)) !' epidemic. But his great success roused the foe; u.ed his musket as a club, and fought un. leaves and tubers, an clement which docs no! from the spirit land wbich had in that .. J

a Approved January 24, l"JS.flo. 'No-not a'request you consider in- animosity of his medical brethren, who succeeded til overpowered. Sprague left that eveningafter often abound in the food of the animals that dreamy past mingled their earthly song vtiih i,

'Act to amend an act entitled An act consistent. But come what is it?' I in ruining his practice, and when, dark, and after much suffering reached mako stable manure. In 109 ibs. of the ashes his and who in the dew of his youth bad V

4 re-organir-An the General Land Office," approved Vhy, my dear sir,' anJ her voice trembled blindness came upon him, he was forgotten by Tampa the fourth day after, and upon his of Irish potatoes, there 51J! Ibs. potash ; passed away radiant with hope from; 'his tearul *. ..5LI

I July to fourth, one thousand eight hundred and thir- a little,' we hare been to several parties those whom lie had delivered from death. statement Thomas was released from confine 1:1.1 phosphoric acid ; 7.1 sulphuric acid ; ( gaze ; perchance a it were a soft thrilling '.

tv-iix. among the neighboring gentry, and now I This lovely creature is his only child, and !ho ftnt. 2 ; 5{ magnesia ; 13! carbonic acid ; and eter-iingerin echo, had stolen npotl .\ ,

lteiZeflarfrJkVthe United Senate States and of America House of in Kepre-Congreu think to maintain our position in society, wo is motherless.-She leads him tlaily by the Clarke was one oftbe few who built the 5! sHca; 2.7 chlorine : a little iron and so- his degraded heart to fnd there its fellow. P .
tlllaJi"tu/ should make too.' hand and tbe she eels before him. small brcaslicork of two in lie ended, and the rude ;
assembled, That if at any time the numSer of a party earns foo triangular logs d i. the ashes formed by burning orJina- noisy crew 1011 y
patents for lands field or granted under the authority The minister looked blank. Yet her learning accomplishments! are heighth, between the first an,] second rJa eiiicuts ry stable! or cowpen manure, not over 10 percent applauded, mingling many an oath. in their
of the United States shall. be such that they cannot. What sort of a party, Nancy?' He caid wonderful, and she is the} author of those ('1- and t fell severely wounded within the of potash, or one firth tbe quantity found commendations : but li'n face bad lost its :. ..
be signed in reasonable time by the secretary appointed at length. quisites which appear occasionally in bteaslwurk, big shoulder being broken horn smile.! Then him fora :
under the sixth section of) ] poems in the ash of potatoes exist. 01 a good onecaHrc upon prayer .
the above-recited for that purpose act, tt.at in that case the President Why she replied, such a party as thosewe the Magazines. These children were made the iepcated wounds received in it ; he aso! well rotted, large crops of potatoes may turf to end with, as expressed himself, anti t.t.

shall be,and he is hereby,authorized to appoint I have attended. We insist make an elegant I orphans in infancy by the Asiatic cholera: arid received a severe wound in the forehead< from grown with a little ashes, and without any I they all gathered ti closer around him. ," .1
the ,but the Faid dinnerand after it.' sad hearts hare seldom been cheered bya ball which loss 'No, I I .
III assistant secretary,to Iin name bare dancing their a spent caused a great ol I manure. In 100 parts of the ashes of pota- no pray- ca'nt pray now.exclaimed ..a.
isiutantihaUbe employed by the express time! directionof he 'Dancing in a minikter'a house! ejaculated -i smile, or their palates regaled by deliciousfood.Now blood, but served to l'e his life. The Indians I toe tops there are 47! parts of potash.( *' the poor wretch, and he seemed<, 5.5
for as mar -
tb* President to bring, and up only the arrears of patents which: Mr. N-. I dry your eyes and lad on to (bo af.er accomplishing their work of death, .The }leaves of trees contain all the mineral I' be troubled. But they would have no r.fiusalhe t .,.

Civ tecesnry be ready for signature. Why yes certainly replied liis wife,coai- draw ing room.' commenced to cut the throats of f all who show- as organized elements! needed to must give a prayer. Prayer! He $ 1
wel a
Approved January 20,' 1549.jfo. ingly.l You will .dance ; the party will She obeyed, and notwithstanding her emotions cd any signs of life, but, on perceiving him make plant. While ia a moist, rotting used to pray much once, for then it was clear f.5

certain collection districts L mine ; and then we hare been to similar the thumping of coarso shoes, and rattling I covered with gore, they left him, supposinghim condition, pine, oak and other forest yield to him and it seemed to make life brighter. .7
.&-An Act concerning and for other purposes. parties al the winter.' I of sticks, crutches and wooden legs behind already dead, and he remained in thatituation thor; constituents in tbe form necessary to en. and joy and happiness nestled always in his 1 !

I Be it enacted fcy the Sen ate and House of Repre- true,' he muttered with a perpleied her, well nigh threw Lor into another until they had all retired from ter into the circulation growing crops, andto heart. But that was a long time ago and J I fQ1latirtl of the United State of+imeriea in Con- air, and sat silent for some time a if consid. indecoroU.1anh. which was long after dark. He describes the be re-organized by the vital forces of tbe many a weary day and even year had passed -

frets assembled That from and north after side the of passage ing. At length he spoke- To divert her attention, she glanced over scene within the breastwork as awful in the same. To transform vegetables which are since (hen.-Sometilel, to be sure, in his ut- I
ol this act, Cold Spring on Long Yes Nancy, hare a party give dishes for which extreme the dead lay in piles around him, ter and degraded misery, reflected i1 i1f
bland,in the State of New York be, and the same you may the table. There stood the ; worthless, manures, and the ashes of trees, in. as"memory J
ii hereby, made a port delivery within the collection a dinner, and if your guests desire it, lOU may her husband bad stipulated, in the shape of mangled and bleeding, and he alone, unable to valuable human food, is a study not less in- a gleam of momentary light from the past ; 5
district of the port of New York, and that a dance. two monstrous homely looking meat pies, and to rite or assist himself. Tbe Indians, with foresting than useful." : startled in tbs instant, perhaps, with hand .*. :I

nrveyor be appointed the President with the ad. you, love,' sho cried, putting her two enormous platters of baked meats and lighted torches, robbed the dead of all the I hard-pressed on a aching, burning brow, b- f
I ,iceand consent of the Senatf'.to reside at the said arms around his neck. vegetables like mountains the delicate coins and valuables found upon them. and. after would! cry t. Oh. (:,,dt' t'm' :' ..... .r I.:, 1
enrol among < 'J :
of Cold Spring wbo shall have power to l all be dead, too. -Notwithstanding
1 tad port license vessels to Ue employed in the coasting I Dut I hare some stipulations about it,' said viands that she had prepared to do the table burning tbe gun carrage: and baggage the u'l mementoes.mortality with ter, daspairing misery, and not hope ; ansi 2 {

I trade and fisheries, audio, enter and clear and grant: I he ; 'I must select and invite the guests, and honors ; but her husband, after a short tLank. wagons, they, with fiendish bhouts and yells, which we\daily death then unable to endure ajch terrible remorseful '

J registers and other usual papers to vessels employed you must allow me to place some of m)favorite giving to the beautiful God, addrcsed left the field in triumph. has established reet-notwitbdandin.works thoughts be would: hasten: away and plunge v r
lathe whale ,under such restrictions and regulation '
fishery dishes that table. Clarke about de to with mad intoxication till ..
on with-'Now brethren, help midnight ma an attempt all reflection was
as the Secretary of the Treasury may deem company my of nature,yet through some and unaccountable "
eeesiary, and who shall vie: the usual bond, per- All a you please, lore,' she answered delightedly yourselves and one another to whatever youdeem leave tbe place, and in getting out of the breastwork wo forget strange that we gone. It was not always tbus.-At tim!. > t
'arm the usual duties in the manner prescribedand ) ; but when tbal it be?' preferable. I will- wait upon the chil he heard a faint voice from among the born to inf.tuatiol die. to better and kindler thoughts came t9 him. a no "
b*entitled to receive the fees allowed by law to surveyors 4 Next Wednesday, ifyou please.' I I dren.' I boas of dead calling for help! and to his surprise are though he was tilen and very he ,,; t
A rather illustration of tins solemn 10sti ai
duties, and amusing /
(for the no
collectors same
and But our furniture and window drapery are A jovial meal was made, the minis. be found a brctbcr soldier, named De would certainly try to reform a .
with duties shall hearty truth
&ore But all cargoes chargeable I occurred at one of tbe bank offices of a beter :
U entered and the dutjts; paid at the port of New very old fashioned. I it not time wo had ter setting the example. The old soldiers Coney wbo was also severely wounded and neighboring town. A respectable looking old man, and' so, as it \"erp smiting on his \ :

1 I York,before permission shall be granted to discharge new?' became garrulous, and each recounted:. some left f for dead. They resolved at once to re. gentleman, breast, and scarce daring to lift up his eyes. 5.i
the anne at Cold Spring : that Greenpnrt. on thf'lI.rtheut I should hardly think it necessary to re- wonderful or thrilling adventure of tbe revolutionary turn to Tampa, and cummonc d their journey of and apparently whose upwards and eighty years he would arise and go softly on, till a step fii!. '.1
: in the State of Newt age, garb accent
part of Long furnish our rooms, Nancy. Our furniture is war ; and the old ladies told tales of j that nigbt. Next day about noon they saw at ed him, or ovtr-powerin temptation within : ?'
made of him
York, be, and the same i is hereby a port a German'll parentage at least, enteredthe t.
: cklierrlor the towns of Southhold and Riverhead, excellent of its kind. I privation and suffering, and inter.wo\'tl with a distance an Indian 0: Loneback making office, and after gazing around the room and without seized him anJ flung him back .
itKm, iKirnlWMnndxtrict- of the port of$32' Har- 'But our smooth carpets, white draperiesand them the histories fathers, brothers or lor- I towards them. and they resolved to separate, for again, as it were, in derision. But now he :f''f"
in search of
aor: cftbt a surveyor'lie appointed by the President cane chairs hare buch a cold look. Do j. ers who died for liberty." }.. one each bide of the roads( : the Indian pursued familiar some face evidently a stood there, kind thoughts and even tender 3 ;.
,with the advice and consent of the Senate. to I consent to hare the rooms new fntedc Clarke who hid thick of dwarf a lengbt inquiredS'here's called by that bad i. ..
r reside at the sad port of Greenport who shall have ; Mrs. N- was gobbing convulsively, in a clump Brown V-the gentleman who up sobg, touched his deso- f !
; like powers and'.reea,arid be under the like restrictions 'can move these things (to the unfurnished when her husband came round, and, touchingher palineUots. The Indian after a- time gave up I was the cashier of the bank some fifteen late heart, and the feelings of hope seeme I 'r .
u U provided in this act for the surveyor of chambers.' on the shoulder, whispered- the search for Clarke? and l left in the directionof 1 before. returning once more to him, perhaps (>i4! 7 ;

Cold Spring ; but all cargoes chargeable with duties 'And of what use will they be in these My love, shall we have dancing ?' his fricad De) COD! and in a short tiqae I 'Mr. Brown has been dead about ten would hear his prayer. So elowlylitling hV! t : ;
; paid at the port of Sap: Harbor, before perrnis- rooms which we never occupy ? Besides it That word, with its ludicrous associations: I the report of a rile } beaa', and Clarke old hat from his head, te said, Let u* "
ion shall be granted to discharge the sane at Green- I Jean, was the reply.! pray. < :
is near spring, and to lit up now for winter isI lair threw her into hysterics. and &Lu la>-gb- I well knew the f.ta of bis friend, for he ne"C Well, where Jones V The peal laughter was upon the lip of those
) l lIt
port.Approved January 26,1SJS. superfluous. wept at once. taw him after. Dead, too.' around, but the unaffected solemnity! of his -

Well, I would not care,' she persisted, When she became quiescent, Mr. N. thus 'I' Clarke: then moved on, sufdr.ing from CI. Where's Stewart I' manner red and suppressed their noisy \

i floe C.-An tbVscrvice Act: to'jproside: of) tbe clothing United (for States.Beit volunteers. in 'only people' will call us parsimonious andungenteel. addressed tbe company :- I haustion caused by loss bloco from his Dead, too.' mirth, and they gazed upon him in prfedsience. i

; enacted >v the Senate and Houte of Representatives 1 fear, my friends, you will think my wifea r wounds, prevented from sleep at eight in con- 'Ur! Well, I want this ,' Et the J,l'\
United in Congreit Oh, that's all, he said, 'I promise oftbe who money Our Father who in Jierfven
of the States ofjlmeriea wi fri\.tloui, inconsistent creature, and there- sequence \olrt piowled near time check which aft hallowed
I assembled.That in lieu of the money wbich, to spend a thousand dollars on evening of fore I apologise for her. We were married him and threatened to devour him, and in this same cashed.producing a was be Thy name.' His voiceS broken wiU: 5.1 (
voder existing laws, is! allowed to volunteer as a I the not in furniture, but in a manner, and have attended several reached the Hillsborough river, about promptly emotion ; hut as he
party only last fall, ayputics stuation proceeded, it became
comaantation for clothing, tbe President be, and ) I How long is it sine you were hero last, it
lie is hereby authorized l to cause the volunteers to : far grateful to our guests and profitable : which our rich neighbors gate in honorof 30 miles distant from Tampa, on the morning Mr. Schwartz?' inquired the cashier. clearer. The spirit of other days had eern-

be furnishedwith[ clothing in kindat the same rates' to ourselves, and which shall exonerate us our nuptials, and my wife thought it would of the fourth day. The river being' high and Well, it has been some fifteen and ingly returned upon him, and he prayed a i.f ; ,

according to grades, as':is provided for tbe troops of. from all imputation of parsimony and you be genteel to give a dinner in return. I con. very rapid, he found himself loo far exhausted so Brown, and Jones, and Stewart years are; all old, moving a wilh the spirit of God the hearts *.j

the regular army.Approved may expend in dress, eatables and desert, seated on conditions-one of which was, that to ford it, and be laid down upoi the bank dead eh ? Dat's Good WhenI of all who j heard him. He prayed with azo.
January 20,1549. : ktrange bye. ?
I what sum you please. I should invite the guests. So, being the pro- and prayed for death to end his suferings.- comes again, I 'pose be dead, too!' nized earnestness for pardon, for reconci: ,f',;
f"o. T-An Act exempting: ve' els employed by I Ii And to the coloquy ended. leased minister of Him ,who was meek and He bad not been there long befor spied Jou'lnl tion with (the Savior for aJi men, for strength_ *
i- the American Colonization Society, in transport- He resumed his studies and she gaTe her mind lowly in heart, I followed to tbe letter His a body of Indians approaching tho opposite in the hour and moment of temptation, and H

i inrjcolored emigrantsfrom the United States to the to the consideration of the dress which wouldbe command : But when thou makest a feast, and reciting them to be friendly CALIFORNIA. light through all of futuie life to guide and direct f,

the Coast 22d Africa February, (rom and'tbe 2d of provisions March, eighteen of the acts hundred of I I most becoming, and the viands that were cal thc poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind, from a badgo worn by them, he made signs of The New York Journal of Commerce hasa in every devious path, and that at last s* .1,

and forty-ieven regulating the carriage ctpauengeri I most expensive. Tho next day she went busily ."-you will recollect the passage. Mrs. distress, and they came over to him and car. letter from Monterey, under date of October they might all attain to eternal life through t

in merchant vessels. about her preparation, wondering all the N- not knowing who her guests were ried him into Tampa, and he confirmed the 10, which says : crucified Redeemer. :
&t it enacted by the Senate and House of Rrprt- time bow her husband would expend his thousand to be, is highly delighted with the ruse I statements previously made by the other men, The advance party of the emigrant column He ceased ; but a spell had fallen that \

Vtoties assembled.of the United That from States and after of America the passage i"hCO'ITcu dollars, but a she had discorerd some have played, and I do not believe there has and from their account of the massa cre Major for this season, is already in California. We crowd and not a word was heard. upon He took :,U

at this act, all and every vessel and vessels which thing of the eccentricity of his character, she been 6 noble and honorable a company as. Beltou,the commanding officer, made his have ceased counting their \gon-nnd as up old"bat, and turning away, left the .
tU)or may be employed by the American Coloni- doubted not that he meant to give an agreca- sembled this winter. My wife desired new official report.I for tbe emigrants, you might as well attempt house From that hour he became an altered /? gti

Lon Society or by tbe Maryland State Coloniza- ble surprise ; and her curiosity grew BO great, furniture lest we should be deemed parsimonious I I was personally acquainted wit h both to number the trees which wave over them. man, and the Chris- \

A:' 'n Society, from, to transport, and which in the shall United actuallytntirjwrt States that she could hardly sleep duriig the inter and I pledged myself to expend one : Sprague Thoma and have convert ed with These emigrants would have settled tbe fate tian labors of many earest subsequent self-denying though : .
any port ports JeT < !
t tty colony or colonies o on the west coast of Afri- nl.I thousand dollars in a manner more pleasing to them upon the subject many times. Clark California, without any declaration of war in humble! rprier*, were not we trust in vain., 4

'i t ;colored emigrants t reside there, shall be, and I At length the momentous day arrived. our guests,and which should obviate any such was not wo well known to me, but with Mexico. They might perhaps have hada ill DEL f
: ie tarn are hereby exempted from the operation The arrangements were all complete, andMrs. imputatiun. Then addressing the childeru: heard his account of tbe sad affair repeatedly, little fighting here between themselves and 'fj| it

0 /the f a entiUed-Art in mercbtnt act to regulate. the carriaesipassengers N- retired to perform tbe all.im he said- and 11a'e never beard or seen any other .names the natives, but their triumph was sure, not Tbe London .5;: \
passed twentycond of the
.I Fel-eigbteen hundred and forty-seven ; portant busineu arraying herself fine at. You will each be removed to.morrow to mentioned in connection with it, and they only in their courage and skill, but in their Herald, writing correspondent date of the tilst N.ult.!Y. J .: .
tad of eatte'f An act to amend an act entitled I tire. She lingered long at the toilet, relying excellent places; and if you continue to be have a110ng sine departed ibis life. Thom overpowering numbers. under. 3 i
1 An act regulate the carriage of passengershinerchant on the fashionable: unpunctuality of fashionable industrious and perfectly boned in word and as Sprague died the summer of 1830 in Some of your politicians talk of giving up says There:- J .'.
tesaels.and to determine the time when is a report on 'change that .the !
and when the hour struck left deed will become respectable members rioricU and Clarke some two or three California. Why, you can no more g 'eoLer Ioj ;*
audict shall take effect,"passed second MarcheighU people ; you ;'ear placed ia the Bank, within a law days .
hundred and forty seven.ROUT.. the chamber, like Judith of old, floriou5If. to society. 10 you, Dr. B-, under God, since in the city of oson. Sprague never up, than you can tbe soil on which you tread. Russia i is to be presented to Mr. Burrows, from & ti
C. WINTUROP.f I did know with reluctance and he You she will back to Mexico, but a | 1
: allure the eyes of all who I owe my not your locality spoke ort but great ; may say go New York merchinf. t'
is stud bat
f Speaker of the House of Representatives. her, and smiles and graces notwithstanding neither had I heard of your misfortune until) ever wore tbe appearance of deep mel.ancbutvand sbe wont go there ; she will be a Territory, during tbe Poli b I t in 1631, .11',
.G. M. DALLAS, ful uncomfortable pinching of her few days since. I can never the debt it il i believed it finally caused his and then a State of the American Confedcra. > war, the emperor had :1IhipofYr '

J L President of the Senate. shoes and dress Her husband met her in I own you ; but if your daughter repay will accept dea'.b.: He was quite an intelligent man, .and ')., and nothing clle.re don't care a fig to in New her York,for and when it was I I IiJI I
&I7IOTiDJ&X5U&7 isiS: get to sea want of
:1 JAMESK.POLK.KB. I the hall. tbe neat furnished house adjoining mine, Il]! is supposed to have given the most correct account how you figure it out on your political map; we Mr. Burrows! tbe muns 9 ,
:_ I 'Our guests have he said, and see that you caver want again. To you of it. have figured it out for ourselves, and our work forward p otect rmperor's. interest | '

.,8.:-An Act ;.making further provision for eur- opened the door of arrive receiving room. patriot fathers and nursing mothers of our The object of this is merely to correct wliat will stand, whatever may become of yours. stepped and sent the ship, to mortgaged the Czar. all his property, ;
te It is
Saving widows of the..oldien of the reolutonBe Wonderful! wonderful What a strange as. country. I present the one thousand dollars. I think is a mistake, and to state what I knowof this done I Mr. atatrthJi 1. c I iJI

i enactito try the Senate and House,of rep- semblesl I There were congregated the'crip* I tit I is just; one hundred dollars to, each soldier's it, as received from the survivors them Nns"o o Infideliiy.-Halley, the great pensation was and by that he Burrow without com. .!

'na./tle Ulj States of.tt.Con- pled, the the blind, the palsied, the wido" It is a mere trifle. No thnl my sehes. P. mathematician,dabbled not a little in infidelity; his WAS left without re.
a Ge ni}i f icy person in maimed children friends. You Mr. N be was too fond introduting this subject ; ceiving advance for I long time. He IUt II
: '-* extreme group from the dear -, are mj fered
: 'eollt in the rnnf'r specified Most Occurrence.-Capt. Marten and once when be descanted somewhat fredy considerably in his business: .durrng
1etpsaeedtheaexenth day of June, eighteentbirty.twc. ; am-bouJ who regarded tho fine lady, some father in the Lord your preaching I Singular lime but
La. !. etitle" An .act .uppleact open mouths, others with hands in their became convinced of sin, and it was Lund, a Dane by birth, who was well knowii on it, in the presence of bis friend Sir Isaac Brothers, wits sustained by Messrs. Barn' :
the far the Cl"rtaa surviving hair while scare peeped from behind fur.- tnt ,'oic that first brought me to the in this city, left here about eighteen montbt Newton, the latter cut him short, whitb this 6 Co. h is 'said that emperor ,
OC5555j ot' tte) revolution" Lave died, cr your schr. loaded with' observation \ always attend to Dr. ,having overlooked matter ( "
v odi ture, the covert to which they had retreated words of salvation. You will remain in my ago in the Independence, : you I) "eu'
.ha t p *''Worstherpt'? :day a widow January,wbo,*one marriage thouT"V *- from her dazzling drees. She was ptrife homo : I have a roonvprepired for you, and merchandize for a Mexican port upon a spec Haley, with the greatest deference'wben you forgets teen years such, is,now abo show th be never' I, II

a ;-"dred and o such tvidow with astonishment ; then a dash of a pious servant to attend you. It is time you ulation. He went to the Rio Grande, sold us the boner to converse on astronomy-or his condut li person and1. .

t b1 tt receive nnety-tor. ;hlr natu- croued her face, till having run her eyes over were at peace, and your excellent lady "le. his and after taking on board the re-', the mathematics, became- these* are the sub. country.
tl.fn'after the fourth of March, urgor amounted three four thous. jects that have
day eighIhe the grotesque assembly, she met the ed of her burden. to or you industriously investigated .
.'\I D b.af1.ir. to_annuity her husband or pension, in Jy grave expressions of her coric., The cripple fall prostrate o the carpet, and dollars in specie, he again put to sea. A I and which you well undert; religion The question why printers do'not succeed '

.o u ,i1Ti .t thetirrie itaciaspaucd, teD& when she burst into a violent laugh and poured out such \thanksgiving and prayer norther coming o he was obliged' to put,intoa Is a subject on always hear you with ao well iu business a brewers ?" vrasthiwaasvrered -
.! .n at ions, and feinctont, ter. (bund to the Mrs. N-, hostile Mexican pr when bisprpperty was 'pain, because this il a&je which you have : Because printers work far this ,I

;.l'uPft1etibedietbe.set. approv,4 J : Nancy!1' length &id. her hcsband, a who ultimately way Lo and, pious \. confiscated And his put! into close con.' .not seriously do not nmp i' head,aad brewers for the stomach ;and where'twemstv 1

N IIiyh tit1ed "Al id stcruly. She a her mirthktanmwredancicuied man,-e fit helpraato for a' devoted Gnernent. His friendsheartng no news di- ,head, I because voaluvo not men Lao n stomach, but one bai ,

I .. ) widowsjjjjjjjthjjjejrj1 i and supprtued added: .a minister, S'pl red 'ombifl' and a -rumor Wing in circnla.] :jou \i not slimly hfhecaute'you despise it. < ,h: :' I

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I '*. ,' /Vv/n Me Wiithtngto; Cnwn. I clerk's repoit. Mr. French has examined Ffom the JtoticMt ktelKgtncer efthe Soer Comfort*. Some of our Northern DEMOCRATIC JIEE"l G. offlceofPndect -
I Z id" OtfUairSIt 1lk.
;t" j E. EFFORTS: OF THE WHIGS TO PREVENT A I original entry, and finds that the true role regard us here at the South M very Preamble and
'I.4 L t" PEACE 1 1t 82 81 TIP PROJECTED TREATY OF.rEu: naughty and addicted to rile and At a Democratic Meeting held atTallahis- read, wer agile
J "' I was ayes noes -majority one only.- people very rately] aD toumuMurfy t "i
t ,' ; ...j i :\ Again and again we call the attention cf: Mobile Rtgister.Fiom The substance ofthe Treaty is a we un- vicious practices. We must le permitted tee, on Saturday the 26th February, A. D. a follow, : &op &

I ..:f, ; : the |eople to this subject. It is (he most mo. demand it, a follows: however, to congratulate ourselves upon an 1848, GEORGE WIHTFIELD. Esq., was WHBRIA. a public meeting wit
Ir Mif' 4 4. *". merftOHs political fact which at ibi time can the CAalelt.ra Courier of the 21/4 iwjf.KV Frist. Peace between the United State and almost entire freedom from any ridiculous appointed: President, Jon S. SIIFPABO, and one of the halls oLe capitol) at in

," I -A. eugago their consideration. Both the gov. Mexico, and an Armistice between the Military follies and outrageous enormities which are BRYAN. CROOM, Esqv, were appointed Vice on ihe lit day January latt, Ta1aLI
I f' i jf" '- ernment and thn country want a just peace' TELKGKtriT. Commanders of the two countries during found characterising our accusers. We may Presidents, and M. D. P APT was appointed members of the Lgilatur and cmP o

I, ? with MeJi o. It is the! main object" of our ILLE AND PROBABLE DF.ATH OF EX. such time a the Treaty shall be in EUipenie. be very bad, but we are no bad enough to Secretary. every section of ,
4 ,"".It: ;"":"i. present policy. This is so manifest, that the PRESIDENT ADAM t Secondly. Mexico agrees, in considera- breed and tolerate in our midst the many B. F. Whitner, Esq., offered the following zens Tallahassee b.idllb1tii;

e|V 1 '*' .i'v; people' may vtl tIed the political party Yesterday we received frcm our vigilant lion, &c., that the boundary between the monstrous irma which agitate Church and resolutions : object of which was an give -
,4 : which they \ support, with principal r.fer. Telegraphic correspondent at Balimorelhe United States and Mexico shall hereafter be State in other portions of our land. We are Resolved/ That it is expedient to appoint opinion ttey erilertained of epreuo cntrictei;iS

5 4. .: tnce to Iht attainment of this great result. inteUtnct which follows. news was i from the Sea up the middle ofthe Rio Grandeto not apt to have Infidel Conventions to glorify! 2t} Delegates to represent the Democracy cf public services of Major General Taylor tS
J .: New the boundary of New Mexico, and thence Tom Paine and Abner Kneeland and vote Leon County, in a Convention to be assembled to recommend that a
what ,
j ; : in their power hue the whigs, ent. by means oflhe wires, to Raleigh, from distinguished chief to
5 f .' ., t':, ;:: since I Ih* war began, ftiled: lit tin. to prevent thence by mito Cheraw, where it was again in a line which (with some digrefcion) is to the Bible a humbug and the Clergy a pest to at Madison Court House, on the third people of Florida as a suitable candidate
', run west (or nearly west) to the Pacific Nor doe have in Conventions Monday in March next. I the '
t the return "I l on just t or honorable terms? taken up 1the Telegraph and communica.ted society. anti.lan ; Presidency of the United Sutets
.1 i. Pace Ocean, and strike a point south of the port of the of is Resolved That a committee of 12 be
'. upshot ap. -
f' With th<* of almost the entire whig to this city.-It appears that the wires Pre proceedings ,'herea a Resolution, among otberv
of down between San Diego. to annul wholesome laws and a bounty on pointed by the Chairman of this meetiig to passed by laid W
t : vote in Congress% the war was made a war or disarranged, Raleigh and pay meeting soliciiing the aid
]i. inrasinn ; n,i sooner was it( so declared, Cheraw. This wil: doubtless be remedied Thirdly. In consideration: of this large murder. We have had no such Conventionsas report suitable persons a Dcltgtes and submit co-operation ofthe people a
i i Je cession Territory the United States are to the intelligent of the New the same to the meeting for con. and carrying out,
I : : than the whigs a a party, proclaimed it to be with promptitude. correspondent present objects views above by
,. 5 (Do pur ptrt murderous and piratical. They There were four distinct communications, pay to Mexico the sum of Fifteen Millions I of York Recorder describes a having lately firmation. primary meetings, held io their rneta,
t ,. .' I. roused Mexico tothe mostde '|>erate icsistance, which shows that our agent is determined to Dollars, and to satisfy all the just claims ofcitizens met in the city of 80S ton. The object of this Resolved, That our Del-gates to the State counties, Therefore : reiptaa.
t : l 1 that *' the of the United States against the Gov.ernrnent Convention to devise and means for Convention are authorized to unite in fixing Be it
by finely declaring our government was keep up to times. .\1 were of the date "a ways Reelre That we cordially
.:. aiming at nothing less than her anni. of Monday I la
.. .' dilution.! They \.exaggerated naliona perils: of the First Iespaiclz.-The first t announces that The Treaty is understood! to contair many Sabbath. It proclaimed the Sabbath an unmitigated to be supported by the Democracy of meeting Major General Taylor as afrqJ

,' i war IK?)ond all bound of truth and reason, to Col. Fremont has been found guilty of the provisions of detail ; but does not, as we hear nuisance, the most serious "let and Florida at the ensuing elections. President of the United States and ( DU
daunt of include any provision, a has .'f11 reorted; hindrance" in the of the of That oyr Delegates are also an. believe him tht *.
i the courage, and damp the energy charges preferred against with the exception way progress Reored. to be the first choice of w
our titizen lo'dier. They sought to create of that for muiny: and that the Presi. for the maintenance ofa Military force by the "Anti-Slavery, Temperance, Purity, Human to unito in Choosing Delegates from Florida for that high office. .o"
I ,t by their panic predictions,the failure of the dent ofthe United State had approved of the United States! for a certain time in Mexico. Brotherhood," &c. The choice spirits that this State to tho Convention to be held in Rrsov That i is no: alone becaos

'. treasury and the destruction of the public vntence, but reinstated him in his office.Col. The Treaty nukes its appearance in a presided ocr this assembly, whose proper 8alimorf on the fourth Monday in May re Taylor as toe fifn we
ff'f credit. They made the Mexicans to Fremont, however, after the decision of questionable farm ; being concluded bv Mr. place of meeting was Pandemonium, were choice of persons to be supported military Heroes and because among be hu mad "
them a their belt and strongest regar. the court had been communicated to him, re- Trisf, a with full powers. after these powers I Garrison,Theodore Parker, Maria W. Chap. by the Democratic party a their candidatesfor arms of his country victorious on ,

'. '. every form of publication Congress and fned? his commi*!ion. This statement agrees had been withdrawn, or intended to he with. man, Edmund; Quincy, Abby Kelly Foster, C. President and Vice President oftbe UnitedS. field, that we would delight I' behold every L

.. nut of Congress-they put on record their determination with that made by our regular Washington I. drawn, by the Executive. It is understo C. Burleigb, ad id omne genus. It may be a Provided,That such Delegates shall not be the first office of the Republic but it i ir
4 I iowever.'that; the Treaty, such as ", authorized to pledge the of Florida ; i fc.
neither to a'k nor to receive from correspondent.John signal proof that Charleston is far behind Democracy cause oflhe high mental and moral)
I 'a Mexico any indemnity in the only form in Quincy Adams Ex-President of the be submitted I by the' President to the Senatefor Boston in intelligence and morality, that we to the support of any candidates for said which have been brought lo view by qie?

which !indemnity could be obtained. They Unittt State: and Representative in Congress its consideration. What will ba its t fate! hive here no Marlboro Chape with its an. offices, who are not known to be firmly op. liant career a soldier, well
.r .. '." in that body. wo shall! not undertake to pre. nual assemblages to existing nosed to any attemnt bv Congress to interfere a I & rouy
uu'oed lor Mexico the Mmpalnyol al cinl- irom .HassaCIUSeU?, was auacxeu wun manly virtues which his private character
r ,,I ized nations. They made the putting down an apoplectic fit in his seat in the House. As dict.We institutions and hasten introduction of the with or co trolthe"eql alrights of the citizens closes. d

of their country's war, voted by themselves, a soon a' this occurrence was madu known, can at least rejoice at (.o thing ; that milennium of impiety and misrule ; it may ofeach and every State, in their persons or Resolved, '"hal conspicuous
both for tho present there is a cessation of hostili- indicate of intellect coldness of to remove to or any Territo. the among Ihts
Houses property
party ii\uc ; and they foretold, with confidence immediately adjourned. stagnation occupy are frankness, the straight forwardne
that their party would soon be in power, Second time of writing, ties in Mexico. May it be perpetual. heart and torpidity of conscience, that we ry which now belongs to the United States, and ihe republican simplicity of his *,
I .-, Mr. fJrlatch.-\lthe The Charleston Courier of Friday says-A have no Reformers but or may hereafter be acquired by them, by his chan.
and would flop the war: and abandon the objects wa comfortable, but amongst us; we are ter ; magnanimity his own and hitcouo.
fur which it was waged. All this vas was sp knotrn all through Mexico when Mr. 7Vi'/ met and great anxiety w3s inaniested Washington, dated illst. says-The Cabinet excite pity and contempt) that we are content Resolved, That our Delegates at Madisonare forebearance under the pressure of lie u j
r i ir' I tlu Mexican commissioners at 1acl.aya. and as to the final result. were in session all yesterday (Sunday,) with this state of things. We should deemit (urther empowered to unite in providingfor trying difficulties ; hit unaffected m

: the tnoirledgc, more than all oMr Third Jespaleh.-Tho peace news had a with a project of a Treaty of Peace with a must serious evi if the "itch pf reforming" the selection of suitable candidates a often the characteristic of true modesij-merit-\nd

I defeated at that time the attainment peace. : avorable influence on stocks in Baltimore and Mexico, signed by Mr. Trist. The Rio were to our people, and our soil Elector of"President and Vice President which but for hit own great deed
.. Gtn. cot in his o to the I New York. and they had advanced in conse Grande to he the boundary: between the Uni- should become infested with such violent and either by confiding the same to Electoral ver have kept him unknown to might fore.
t. himself procamatiol ted States anJ Mexico, and the cession: by the committees chosen in the several judicial Districts fame-U i,
Mexican the There had been in relentless haters of thing ancient and
;, ersed danger luch a re- quence. no change other every penetrating sagacity; his coolness and
(. suit from the course of the whig party', when I markets.Mr. alter of New Mexico! and Upper Calitoriato goo as lately: made Marlboro Chapel the the. or in any other manner that seems most* redness judgment ; a firmest which c.

in that document he Qscrcd. and labored in I Adams was still alive, but ,sinking the United States. A compensation of a're their atrocities.-Sauthern Baptist.A expedient. f.ler; a presence of mind which netir
815,000,000 to be paid for the same by us. Which were unanimously adopted.: W
convince ths Mexicans, that this country rapidly.: ; a love of ] which in him
rain countiy
4a I The Washington Union of Monday, sajs- FATAL DUEL. The following gentlemen were appointed a be less seem
vas united in its deleiminalion to prosecutethe TourJ Despa ( -Our correspondent to no a passion than a sentiment
war wih: u'gor, till its ends were obtain states that Mr.f Adams: was no better, and still The very interesting intelligence which we Coc'pnmc of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Committee for the purpose mentioned in the best and last ot all his streling, homebred: sad.
ed. Could that language of General Scott Muktng. Th .last words, which Mr. Adams have received in the New Orleans Picayune BCELINGTOX J.. Feb. 2:, 1819. second resolution, viz : Honesty.I incorruptible

!iacs gained credence in Mexico-could theM'hi I had been heard to say, were this is the last relates principally to the rumors cf a treaty] of Dear Sir-We have just received uiithenc'tf B. F. Whitner, Patrick. Smith, James E. Resolved, That in the possession nft..

.' party have found patriotism enough in i cf earth-I I am content." peace. We are sure our readers will excuse accounts of!the duel between Joshua Wallace Broome. L. II. Branch. Richarl Sannders. 1 and kindred qualitie.s coupled with -bis'p; ;;.,

their coufiel; to verify that language, in-their Cotton was drooping in New York. us from giving any explanation or specul.a- Colt and( Alexander %ilkms, Captainsin S. S. Sibley, John P. Duval., Firman Chaires, ed .: that i in the office of President

yar.'y: upon the war-who does not From r the above it will be apparent that ions this evening upon these mater.! Propo- the 10th regiment Infantry, on the morn A. E. Maxwell, Hugh Archer, Benj. Byrd, his official oath, the constitution ofthe United
fcnoiv p.iio. that} : such ati assurance would Mr. Adams could hardly survive beyond a sitions have been received .by our government ing of the Hist cf January last at Camargo ; and James Willis. Who upon consulting together Slates, the public good and the illustrious .
from Mexico, which will, no doubt, be which resulted in the death of Capt. Collett! reported the following as examplcs
Lave done more to sec-ure a peace promptly, lew hours and it is therefore pn>bal>!e that he gentlemen : of Washington, Jefferson, and
llian: the bayonets which swept the heights I yielded tip his.spirit to the God who gave it, the subject of due and prompt consi:leration." by the first shot, the ball passing: entirely Delegates : son woud! constitute the great lights by Mai

<.J"Chajiultepecor: :l : all the gnp"" that hailed on th- anniversary of the day that gave birth By the l'. S. steam propeller! Eudora, nrivedat through his: body. He lived three hours, and W. II. Brockenbrough, P. P.. Brokavv, his feet would be guided, we have a satf.my "/ ih.

u;>oii the enemy through the defiles of Buena ; to Washington, the first President ef these r New Orleans! on the 19-h inst., the died on the spot where he had t fallen: a temporary Benj. Byrd, T. W. Brevard, guaranty that in the hands of suck
Editors of the Picayune have received letters tent having been placed his body. F. Chaires, Dr. F. A. Byrd, a DM
.:i.t: But Scott's language was not believed United Siales. o.tr the destinies our country would te safe
I'V' the feican The unbroken tenor of I will be recollected that his father, John from Vera Cruz to the 12th inst., the day of He was perfectly calm and resigned to his fate, G. E. Dennis, P. Smith prosperous o happy. ,

ttbig; votes, nnd whig speeches, and whig .dam also! Thomas Jefferson and James ailing of the Eudora. An express arrived at and gave directions about his affairs. Capt. F. Southal. Richard Bradford, Rcsolred, That General)Taylor isepeeia-!
jmmal prevailed over his associates. Web. Jmre all Ex.lreslents.; expired on the an. 'era Cruz the morning of the 12th from Collett was a native of this place, and under Jmps rancl. Rich.ar I Ryan, Jy entitled to the suffrages' ofthe
icr at Philadelphia! and Corvvia: in the Senate niversary our independence. Gen. Scott, having left the city of Mexico the thirty years of age. He entered the army in B. F. Robert! Butler, Florida in consequence of his popluf!

and the long list of their whig com morning of Oth inst.-a week after Mr. Frae- the winte of IS 1. He had been a lawyer Joseph L. Bryan, John P. Duval, tary .services in their defence during the mi..

j Ie,'!#, haJ full possession of the Mexican ear, A HURRIKI) CASK. ner left there. The express i is supposed to before joining army, having read law with L. O'B. Branch, S. S. Sibley, dian war and that our pride in rallying hit

olJ were (quite too explicit and too strong in On the 3.I 1 instant, James Godwin, a resident .J hue brought down duplicates ofthe despatch- Danie Haines, the present .Governor of this Hugh Archer, ,v. Bartlett. support, is only equalled by our gratitude_

their statements! to be discredited I'ythe comrnnnJing on the Oltawa river, near Montreal, was which went forward by Mr. Fraener. ; and also with Garctt D. Wall.Yours&c. On motion the President Vice Presidentsand inasmuch as on our own soil, and in tie gal
: general's proclamation. tried in that city for the murder of'his wife, I Nothing further had transpired; at Vera Cruz J. H. S. Secretary of this meeting were added a lant repulse of our savage foe, was laid

Lit, the whigs are not content with having I to whom ho had been for twenty years mar. in regard to peace. By this time more i To Destroy Cockroaches.-Mr. Downing, DeJegte. foundation of that military fame, which now th;
ned, who was the mother of his chil. known of the at Washington than the thanks ofthe meeting were
lliu! ? defeated the negotiations at Tacuhiaja.t seven treaty any : the celebrated Editor of the Jlarliculturist not only commensurate with the limito
nonlh ago they sent out to Mexico a formal dren, and against whose conduct or character where this side of Gen. Scott's headquarters.The that he has tried the following and found, tendered to the officers. Qf the Union, but is circumscribed bro only by the
legislative: : declaration, that the majority of nothing appeared, except that her brutal part. schooner Mississippi which left Vera says On motion the meeting adjourned.GEO. broader limits civilization '
the popular branch Congress, holJ the war ncr had beaten and ill treated her until she is Cruz on the 14th inst. has also arrived at N. perfectly If effectual : the WHITFIELD, President. Resolved, Ta we itslf voters j'
supposed to have become partially intane.Slie Orleans. your correspondents wi try following JohN SHEPARD, > .. fin. United. tvfrhmif... o
to l ho a violation of the constitution Their simnle olan. I will them that ,. PpMUBOOX .J.n f' -- -- SrfI. rn. r n fr..
: was then driven into a pig where she The American Star (at Mexico) ofthe 4th : every BRyAN JM. Ii'- ------ if left their n..u..u r.
Ic.ioing journals follow this up at once with beetle and cockroach will shortly ; fy to own free choice, without; .
per disappear, party
I '' indication that I lived through a Canadian the Is has the following from the Echo del Comercioofihe D. PArr, Secretary. drill interference of Political
significant no more regiments and that the kitchen not again be infested. par, lea
\\ill :.e bent to Mexico. And just now, the November to the 1st of February, and wa 3d inst.Yesterday Add about teaspoonful.i powdered arscntic MEETING I MADISON. er% would be largely in favor of the
\rh\ \ Committee of Ways and Means, speaking then found frozen to death. Her only covering a liule after 1 o'clock P. M. to about a table spoonful mashed boiled : of General Taylor to the Presidency ;
was an old blanket. was signed in the of Guadalupe a po. At large and respectable meeting of theDemocratic Tat
at once through their chairman, and by village tatoes, rub and mix them well together, and a we greatergood will result to" agrei.
thci; repotted loan bill, send! oil the double in. .Mr. Bagley, atort. eneraJ, conducted treaty of peace, by P. Trist and then crumble about a third of it, night party of ladiso County, held at ter number of our people by his election
the investigation. F. S. here Senores Couto, Cuevas and Atmtain. every Madison Court on Saturday: the 26th that
office than from the
tir Lion to Mexico that our national treasury, as ap. at bedtime: about (the kitchen hearth it will i elevation of any otb.
nnJer a vast load! of debt, is fast breaking pear by his testimony on the trial!, remonstrated We do not know the particulars, but we be eaten by the ;! February, 1343, on motion General. J. 'S. er prominent man, that we most cordially .
or nearly so
an \i
with the husband but did he know that Mexico will receive seven millions up following Broome, Col. D. G. LIVINGSTON was him
d'mi| tir want of money, and shall not have why Dot The creature is give our support.
one of.the facilities it asks for to obtain money complain to a magistrate T Mary,the sister of dollars. morning., and devouring them very greedily, crawls potatoes called to the chair, and on motion of Judge Resolved, That as it is proposed to

J And it is in the face of such a course Godwin, stated that the poor wife came twice : The same pnper says : We are assured again into its hole and I'had occa. Mays, ALEXANDER McDoxAto was requestedto with the agency of a State dispn

nh t this!! -earlv begun, systematically continued, : to her husband's door, and got a drink-trie; I that yesterday, a soon a the treaty wasagreed sion to have some alterations perishes.made in the act as Secretary.The earnestly second the recommendation.oft
to into her house but he ordered .n, left for Vera Cruz, chair briefly explained the object of
and now pressed with more ardor than ever- get her ofT! up expresses kitchen stove six months afier I pursued this Tallahassee: meeting, suh
be the selection of
tllat the \big party clamors about the evils and Inside.the pen it was getting Suffocation, but Cueruavaca and Toluca. plan, and fou'nd hundreds of wings and dried the meeting to Delegatesto convention, our sister counties each for itI
with their Democratic brethren in
dangers of the war, and pretends to be the : no one cleaned it. When the children went mummies defunct cockroaches Their disappearance meet aConTention hold primary meetings at an early day
Fiomthe ll'ai'nnrtjn Union, Fib. 2 W, 1S43. which is to assemble Madison
party of peace!" .The party of peace !" out after a cold Canadian night, they said she was not attended with the sligh. a purpose securing in that form the noouni-
we should have bad months would not epcak. Her husband said, She DENTH 0' MR. ADAMS. Court House on the 3d Monday in March. I tion General Taylor the State
Why peace and five .throughout ,
) ago test perceptible though
.. if there bad been upon the war question no is phying some of her old tricks.' She wa The mournful and deeply impressive event, have elapsed, Imel one ;has again been seen ear On motion of E. G. Mays, E q., a committee i and also candidates l for electors : the counties
dead and frozen bard, and clutched tin in the anticipation of which, during the last in.. of five were appointed by the chair to select the
whig party in the United Slates ; or if that a kitchen. In putting it into : composing Western Judicial circuit
her slitThands She had wished three has created profound an emo. my practice any thirty delegates to represent Madison
be days
to so
party, retaining its organization, had not deliberately per. remaining crumbs should be swept the next nominating a candidate from that circuit;
a I put partisanship) above patriotism, mitted to live in her husband's barn Elizabcth tidh through our community, and almost wholely up County in the Democratc State Convention.The those composing the Middle circuit a candidate

and, true to its instincts of 1812, while forget one ofthe daughters testified that when suspended the legislative business. of the morning. F. II. IIORNER. M. D. chair appointed the following gentlemenas from that circuit: and those composingthe
ful of their punishment again utterly refused, her mother tried to core into her house to country, has come at length. Mr. Adams is laid Committee, viz : E. G. Mays, Eq., Eastern and Southern circuits a candidate

.. at a party, to I duty, or any, part of its be warmed, the father beat her with a cord no more. lie breathed his last, in the Spea A Thrilling Scene.-A female, about 26 Gen. Broome, Capt. N. P. Willard, David from one of said circuits.

% duly, to the country in time of war I II -she had to creep back into tho pen Dr. ker's room O'{ the House of Representatives, year of age, whose husband was recently Pridgeon, and Varns Randall, Esqs. Resolved, That "1 suggest our highly e*
: ) I I f for (he people of this nation, who desire Sturgeon swore that he found the body in the at twenty minutes past seven o'clock, this imprisoned for some crime, made a desperate The committee having retired for consultation teemed fellow citizen DAVID S. WAUCXK

: a just peace with Mexico, and demand it-it pen, a mass of ice ; it was put on a door for evening. The manner and the circumstances attempt to commit suicide in Philadelphia on returned and through their chairman, E. Esq.ofuon county, as a suitable candidate.
I" is for them to ponder these things, and to determine the purpose of being removed to the house, ofthe de:ath of this illustrious and venerable Wednesday. The Ledger says : !. G. Mays, Esq., reported thirty delegates, circuit, and recommend him
S f,r themselves which of the two po- but Godwin objected, having resolved never patriot and statesman form (the fitting close She was observed to be standing outside ofa which report was accepted and approved of with great pleasure to the consideration oldie

lit.cal parties among us has really been laboring to let her enter, dead or alive The night ofa life devoted even from early boyhood to second.story window, upon the narrow by the meeting. On motion of Judge Mays, other counties composing this circuit, weD!
a 0 to secure uch a peace. By this crite. when she was said to have: died was fearul.: the service of his country. His public career ledge over the high frame work of a store B. F. Wardlaw and Dr. John H. Pope were as to the people of the State generally.a
.' ly cold ; the only' !in which he could commenced in 1781, when he was but fifleen door. Her was and her whole added to the list delegates. On motion of
rio let the whig parly and the democratic way ac. eye wid. On motion of Dr. S. F. Jones,
___ ._ ___ __ ...,_ __ _ .t ,_ n_ FV Cant. Isaac Riintinf al.
count for her living so long in such weatherwas years ot At that time be acted as secretary oeioneneu one in anla w. was
party be tested in the coming canvass, and we age. appearance a icrrioio parox. -' Reo That the proceedings of this
have no fears of the result. that she was insane. Insane people are to one of the American legations. ism madness. The spectators who were so added to the list of delegates.: On motionof meeting be published in the Quincy and Tallahassee !.
less sensible to cold than others. He though Since then-.during a period of sixty-seven arrested in their walk were horror.stricken at Gen. Broome, Capt. John Coleman, and papers, and that a copy ofthe time
.Mr. Bancroft.-The Boston Daily Advertiser that in the state which she must have been in years-he has been constantly, almost without the spectacle, and imagined every moment to on motion of Judge Majs, the committee of be forwarded to General Taylor.
publishes the following extract from a before death-frozen stiff up to the middle-i a single interval, in public official stations. see the frantic creature dash herself down five and the Chairman and Secretary of this BANKS MEACHAM Chairouff.

lettf from a Boston gentleman now in Paris, would have been impossible for her to ge The last solemn visitation Providence haslound from the fearful eminence. A gentlemanfrom meeting, were likewise added to the list of. ISAAC R. HARRIS, Secretary.

'p announcing the election of >ir. Bancroft a aCorresponJing out of the pig prl. One foot was gone alto him-and so he seemed to desire that the street rushed into the house, ascend. delegates.On .
Member of the French and half ofthe other it should 'be-at the and the harness of ed motion of the
Institute gether, was oft The post in to the room, and reached the window justin Judge Maya Secretary Effects of Chloroform in .Itlhma Harinf bee.
: stomach was empty and drawn up towards tbe i patriotic duty. Crowned with his country's time to clutch her hand tightly,a she was was directed to furnish a certified copy to the subject to frequent attacks of asthma for a Dumb r
.. P.&ais.Jan. 21st, 1848. back bone ; and there was a vessel in her highest onorsrepresenting to a younger about to make the terrible leap. Her foot. Convention ofthe delegates appointed by this years I was induced to try the effect of ,
.. The highest honor which cano bestowed bands which had a hole as a pin and anotheras jeneration the old "Heroic Age" of our reMiblic hold being lost, she was thus suspended, her meeting.On I had an attack about 2 o'clock in the Borninj.wt

in France upon a foreigner baa just been conferred i big a a pea. The coroner said she must -tho last venerated survivor of the weight being so great that the person who motion of E. G. Mays, the Secretary a with frequent a wheezing, difficult noise and, a short tightness r respiration across thr tof

on Mr. Brancrofl. Ho was chosen, have been in a hurry if fche drank out of that." :hief magistrates of our revolutionary era-asTto arrested the fall was unable to raise her, and was requested to furnish the Southern Journal and a cough. I now rame to the eonelnsiv ffI ce
this1 afternoon, a Corresponding Member of This is the most abominable! thing that eVe the end that the great example of his life of course could do nought else than to hold and Floridian newspapers a copy of the proceedings Chloroform, and accordingly put abut four
ap the Institute. Five names were presented er happened in a Christian country. Godwinwas might be most conspicuous and impressive, her in this position, which taxed his strength of this meeting for publication. drop*f the pure iiticUin one Cru roj p e

". for the vacant Chair of History ; every vote t found guilty of manslaughter.Her his spirit has passed away, as it were before to the utmost. On motion of Capt. J. R. Law: the meeting utes! the construction, and inhaled ofthe it freely chest,add in a an41( -

Iut'one was in favor of Mr. Bancroft (and the eyi-s of his assembled countrymen, from Another gentleman procured a ladder, and then adjourned. gao to breathe more (freely and eui1Y diate." .b
that one for Mr. (;rote, London, author: of Majesty Bitten by a Dog.-It will be he very midst of those balls national coun. succeeded in grasping a portion her clothing, D. G. LIVINGSTON, Cb'n. soon followed by a copious expectoration of MO '

the History of Clreece.; ) A gratifying fact. in recollected that, not long since, a splendid dog cil, wherein, by his commanding participationn while a colored porter cambered up the rails ALE McDo3ux.D; Sec'y. and in a few minutes more I was relieved from fc
regard to this election U, that it comes without oflhe Mount St. Bernard breed was present. the labors generations of statesmen, he of the awning and took her dr"s on symptom of atthma- I retired to bed and sleT"! ?

4 ; knowledge of Mr. Hancrof and without ed by the Queen to the Zoological Society, had achieved his great and world-wide renown the other side. With the combined strength TAYLOR 31EETIXG. :: comlortablv oms of this disease all night since.and bare So save not the had !arty I

any of(hose preliminary ,visits 0:1 'liii part, and in tbo Reg ut's Park, This animal, which I of these individuals the unfortunate woman A number of the citizens ofGadsden Coun. Ledger. Pula

I those appeals to academicians whose votes was a pre.ent to her majesty from the King Felix non tolvm dentate rit
.. .rt.de.ired that are so common with candi. ofthe frencl, is of so ferocious a disposition, diem depart unit ate mm' ,! sent for, and her situation propeily I cared for. court House in Quincy, on Stln1yI9th of M Thiers ne er write He dictate S ale
datt \cancirl at the Institute. The honor that it ha not been deemed safe to suffer it to Mr. Adams was born on July II, 1767. February, 1848, and was by calling his cabinet, he leans on a fable corned w1th or
acquires do .be! value fur being unsought, be once unchained since its arrival. I is nol Thus he died in the 81st year of his age, aferflil Te Battle of Buena lrista.-A gentleman who Dr. BANKS organizl I to chair, and manuscripts There he speaks as though for .':
larce in the battle of Buena Vista informsus ape dre*"in!* I the Chambers. and it is necessary ,
s a in the ofhi,
and I have heard, with no satisfaction known that just previous to space eves coun. ofce.
being Dr. DAVID L.
I, _. lmal generally He 'has died amid the universal that :regiment, which retreated, was pointing WIT and ARTHUR secretary to write as rapidly a a stenograph- Ilh 1
several remreu ni lt academy contrast the sent away from uindsor, Iho Queen while Ir.men. ( 1 able and efficient a body 01( men a any broughtinto J. FORMAL, vice presidents, and Isaac R. by chance the poor secretary cannot keeP paCe !
modest reserve of Mr.I Bancroft with the rest. stroking the dog at the private kenne was sympathy of this community. Every mark of the field. In one quarter of a minute more they Harris, secretary.The the rapidity of his thoughts, and request iD r'f on
.. lew manoeuvres to which they/ have been ac. bitten in tqf} right arm by the :, ct. respect will be paid to his memory. would have been ordered by Gen. Lane to charge the objects ofthe meeting having been peat a phrase, the ex-ininister tamp his f?
explained I
.: customed. Prevcott, you know, is already a ing a wound which caused: the blood to flow. Mexican who bad already begun to retreat but I on motion ofCol. R. B. the floor in a passion remain at least fire,.iDDtt)fon.ieur .
blunder of their commander, Col. Bowles caused Haughton, a before lie can regain the thread of his ideu
member : and think, Amtrica may be satis. This unfortunate occurrence caused considerable Preparation of Coffee.-Coffee roasted only 'them to retire. order was at first heard by not committee Eight was appointed by the chairto ,"laid he one day fp his IrtarT."a latbor
:' ii.d with two out of seven ofa clans of lisorJ ala,m at the time, for fear ofthe con. till 1 it becomes slightly red, preserves the max- more than four tr H men, but in a short time the Resolutions expressive ofthe views of i is no a fchoolmaster. He cannot tor"b' .p$ e.
draf *
a r which is selected from the world- sequences) and the dog was commanded to ic.iuth of weight and aroma, but gives out. less regiment was scattered over the distance of three meeting, and report the same as early as obis thoughts" at pleasure. Ide w
Bancroft Mr. be tent but to matter. In this stats 100 fourths a mile in the rear. The Indiana regiment ward
cn dteabsde1r. and Crole away: not b destroyed. coloring pounds are o convenient. The committee so appointed
*II were IJnnnlbe Professor at Bonu, and fund to have lost 15, but have increased to and pte two upon pieces a ridge of between two ravines Mex. consisted of Col. R. B. Haughton, Capt. THC note have, by (be rttr'

Iho-writ r on Poltic. the French Revolution Mu). Bkcs.-Major ia on the 27th ult. of 130. Roasted to a chestnut color, ican ofc.r opposed to the artiery.- or- Alxr. lcher. Maj. John W. Goldwire, Dr. ing ea* LOAN.Tr9s money markt,rises to pr.If.
: Mr. OfOlru and Patrick Fra. ''I in Philadelphia/ at the (U. S. Hotel and ns is commonly done, the loss is 20 per cent. dered force to retreat previous to the orders of H. Is!. John W. thing above.. A six per ,I 1J ol .conn-.&b
.. zerTytler.: the Soch wastoiemiin there for a day or two. Major vhile the increase in volume is from 10 to Col. Bow le and was lubleqleat1lie for it before Love; Lipfor. T. PoineterIn.. be negotiated at par, provided n.oa.'- --:
.. Bliss has shown a commendable! desire I to 153. The swelling of the grain upon a Mexican cout matial. urge his defence Jones. 8. pressed 10 fast I f. disturb the make. Bl'LMsuggested
pSIthin' dpend. M"T-
that the Americans were two ravines that Mr. Walker could a
Mr. B. B. French ,
p : Ute cherknfthe House (he cQunny' the ujobkerved: observers. the property which the : mater de. and h. could not extend his line any wider On motion, the chairman was added to sid state of negotiate the stock at pet n **L,'|
Representatives, bas published a card in the There is tomeibing' about the upretending posited within the tissure hat puffing up renarkaMy than I heirs. and at th*same time they were supported committee the vice Presidents to preside in. I where thing been bought at I iler c8''
.,1; Unipn, correcting an error in the report, by course pf this which all must ad- : when heated. If the heat is con. by artillery* A delay of one minute ,more and terim. ferdraftcaNew York. Thi.eldbar1b
.4 I p. the clerk of the vole gentemal the Indiana regiment would have ecu ted,the Mexicau selling the stock at par Kcordinply to I" ._
.. fro\r on .hbmun'Iooo. Gal e a soldier and a gentle.I uued until a dark brown color is produced -
retired and after deliberation tecbt1
The committee
I mir .and, to use the words of Gen. Wool on the occasion of the phrase and yet it wonld be
rtouk amendment, declaring the war was "un- man-cira mittnce* idebim; a scholar. Iitbew ; and the grain is covered with a tort of glaze, immortalized themselves, and have done returned and reported the following Such /negotiation woeld hue the effect 10! bi

Confitlionalj and unnecessarily begun by sever il 1 capacities Be his adorned his the )lost is 25 per cent. while the original enongh to have mae tveiy one cf them a president i Preamble and Resolutions, which were supported the stock ptll tnell on wr marke for_lee ..I.
The( clerk reported it earn- station ; rej lecling honojcq, rather than draw. quantity nitrogen;215 per cent is reduced of She United The Mexican plan of the attack ,by an able and eloquent address from the Mexican contractors Cald gt H kite.; ""Tiece

cd-*85 to 81 ; majority/our; and it has been Ing it from, hii pa&iiion.-New Orleans Del. 10 177_ being & ton of ons-Tourth.-Silinzwa's with wee energy well and designed despatch ind by if the i it had t ben they executed mutt Col. Haugbol letting forth the merits,quali- dollars d* to were be at Owned on.tat with forwaid which to it Earn.**2"lf-f

universally stated' on tie authority of the fj. J urn1 have swept every thing(r.a the field,-JV1'Y. Pait. .fcation an caim Taylor for the J Y.Ji'wmJJOf C.t.L

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that l. accomplish it, any enl, how nr',bad in Extorted Tribute. tc aUnt.f e> Democracy.Th Jetxncy." The buyer H the; City Riciimond Notice. |

filTFLOBIpIAN'LIT character, will b justified ?f While impreMions so Our readers will remember Col.WY KOP,of the following resolutions we adopted by the has refused them a license to exhibit. Thus far SIX months after daft 1 shall prenerJ my final ac- #1

wide of the truth, as to hi.polticllr0rets{ are Pennsylvatia volunteers. I Pennsylvania he wasa Democratic State Convention of Indiana, which met South they have met with a cold reception. ami vouchers '0 lbs H r t- Ja e of P I?

;;. VI ALONE. I ought to be made, it ) remembrfd wlo it Whig of the old-fabionP stamp; but in Mexico at Indianapolis on the 8th January. The Penntyltanian htfin and for L-"n C Ur jt and apply c'r l tr J
7* J- B. DC Bow, ,the able and untiring e'l- <)i -- -- is in this work. |the anxious he of viewing and the Eo.
engaged had
---- I Whigs are an opportunity feeling sajs they speak the "sentiments of the ot the Commercial Review in New Orleans,has Ahea; f ff ... !
Saturday, March 4, 1848. to run him, and intend to do so, they should not effect of the opposition made by his own party to great American Democracy." This It true, ithout ito COUNCIL R. A LLr .
-.-- ._ -- make roch will him the He that denunciations only had ben unanimously elected to the chair of Commercial Administrator with the will annexed.
-=-= : ; ; misrepresentations I give or war. saw whig doubt. The Democratic party are thoroughly united o
WILjjAM Professorship the o( Louisiana.- Februarys*. I ls-4*. 32 Km ,
I WE are anthorized to announc Gn. other a false notion as to his They dohim the effect of" comforting" the enemy-of" aiding" on the great principles avowed in these r"Jution University --- _
strtngh. His selection i is hailed the New Orleans
by press
B.'ILE a candidate for the office of Gotjrjorof injustice thereto?. They Ilould ,merely becausehe them in their efforts to keep up the flagging spirits consideration which add interest to them, in, whichhe Doctor Jonri :P. Dural,
with inaction.! : The Professorship lo
this Sate, at the ensuing rltdioD. has declared he will pot he a party candidate of the nation, and encouraging them to keep the that they have emanated from a free State. This great : hisl'rof''iona'.eHi/' ? the r 'iUn -h ,
created OFFERS
been elevated has been hut ,
t -- I assemble a whigs to advance bit interests, and Celd. Like: an honest man and true patiiot, hecen. circumstance will exercise a direct influence in producing recently .."erjn J. HAD. Profe *or of PhrenoKatototecbny. and Mr. DC Bow i i" believe the first
.Th we ,
# the Metho4itEpiscopal declare that they act without reference party. It sured tbe course of the ,whig of the Union. He the spirit of amity and concord. which ffujanr \\ m. WiU.n'* IH1lln over Hay ward's BookStore .
in : .
will preach to-nipht of the '" *.
may b very well a a species political tactics,not compared them to the federalists of the last war, the rc.olution'o earnestly! invoke : chir. .- Fer Tal. i
Church ; after which he w!drlerI -- -- -------- -- ------ -- -- -- ---- rnry 2' 1"4". 3J
Phreno-Mnemolechny Vith a tO honorable tb b sure-but we hope democratswill and expressed himself .ashamed of ever having I R *.htd, That the great Democratic part of COTTON --- -- ,0

mbort lecture en atsrly be sufficiently fade not to b misled by it.As belonged to ,such a party." Of course for this he the Mississippi Valley knows r Noilh norSmlh, Not much doing in lhi article the past week. Notice.SfX .
Services to commence .
make a but like ber noble river, both
to up they extremes
.i jt* c.s. to its A in guiding his course, was visited with the bitter anathemas of the whig comprehend months after elate the .
candle light. .tet upon YLa and looking at the constitution of there Unite What few lots that have changed hands have been < Undersigned atri i. J
l if it should induce him to b a candidate, when if party-little and big had a fling at him. But iteems States that bind together the extremes cf this sold at 'u to 6l. New York market declined 4 on n ol ihernfateof B. Lrpcomb.dVcra; ?iwill

g .Sie msy b expected in the Mcthodisjvtfccpal be knew the real state of facts, he might not agreeto that the plant Colonel was not only a Whig Urn with its compromises we regard every and i the news of the Hibernia Steamer, and large receiptsat present her account and touchers to the) Hrn.Jmrr )
of Probate of XValcuIU and k to
: as
Church to-morrow at the usual hours. be one we leave the morality of this to Jhose in Pennsylvania, but ht".a also a .Native"-an : eIort upon the part of the :alon,1 to bind usillature.t future that port. Ji ch.trg'tl a* adminNtratrix of Crnintt.*s.d !eslat.. b t
(undlr present circmlancn.
who are better casuists than ourselves. ardent, uncompromising Native American. These Llr Adm's.
inhabitants of portion of their ]
any fur territory a* to ---- -- E E COJ
Death of John Quncy! Adams. Natives have creed in which it is roundly ?6, 1VJS. 32 Km
General TATLCR has no strength t in Florida, politically a .aserte local in.titution or internal affair, which are to An OrdinanceTo F.brlr
The pap*r DJ .this (Friday,) morning' mail confirm except with the whigs. I he runs at all, that we cannot rely upon the foreigner ill time of; exist in Slates hereinafter to be 10rmed.3lmpropr. raise Ktvrnue for the City of Tallahastee -' I
death of the venerable Ex-Presi- and and calculated to create local I Laws Florida.
tbe reported will be candidate. They need war-that in battle he is a coward, &, fcc., sctlon.1 Jur the I34S. o
a4 a whig party year
1 sions and weaken the bonds and tint of this -
in the Speaker's Room in great LS for
dent AI.un. lie expiied believe hence we ought not to admit him to cit iaenship.To it theInlendtnt and Com IrlOroS'i distributing Laws.&c.in parat'Ii-
not try to make him othfr".i by misnaming confederacy.lifioleed.. He Ordainrdby
at minutes 1 o'clock, on the WYNKOOP had subscribed, alt ho' SEC. 1 That J. l lets will Iterereivi d at ,hip office f Secretaij &
Capital pat this creed Col. Council the I
tJrt ( f
of C'ttt/
1 there hex contingency *- ,
their meetings. i i4 true might Tate deprecate -veiy attempt Talaa66rt. of State until Monday% the (.tl" March.JAMES .
Vveiing of the 23d, in the Mst year of his age, Ctf in which democrat I support him, but a an intelligent man, a he i if, he ou;ht to base wherever (cncinated. foment local or personal the lir,3I,4lhf>th, 6th "tti. Wfh.lth( T. ARCHER. f f

frhich have been spent in the public service. .oul the democratic known better from the records of our own history jealousies, or to array the people ol one section of and 12th Sections (with the exception of th.t part Secretary of 1
that is not much of the 12th section which that the City Sate. '
apprlu'ndl'd. I the in an hostile to those of other provides '
his death was communicated, touching and nation. Mexico is a for UUln atitu.lt any 0J. I IIS.I 32 21 I
flee as a gnod (
candidate should be a Wilmot Proviso man, they hO\tvrr. :hoc "ection-we invoke for the |eople of this pe'it confederacy Tax Collector shall receive eight per centum upon ,
autiful eulogies were pronounced on his character tbe Whig as a s the Nativ.at least so it has ail monies collected him aad paid into tin City
p verY probably would throw away their votes on him \.el and rjpe jelly those,who hoh the prin. by John P. Duval \ .
fcy members of both lit'uses, without distinction of of but be- proven to Cot W. has taujht him that thecsun- cilll of the D"mocrati party, Iht spirit of amity Treasury) of An Ordinance to raise a Revenue for ,
-not because any political preference I ATTORNEY I AT LAW
after made and concord : we nor politic brethren (the City cf Talah! e. condensed and revised :
artiCI- Both adjourned, Laving try has claims paramount to those of party-thst to I implore :
loue cau'e the hold Southern ribs in\'iol.bt and will tr rernrrr.Ur(hit only in a cordial union and in harmonious from the sever*! of the City Council, prcice in the Court of Middle Fl"rida.
arrangements for the funeral of Mr. A. not aid to elect one who thinks otherwise. Aside be true to the former, it i is sometimes indipensableto c"iinciIs. are we entitled! to anticipate the parsed prior to the year 1SI1, and approved August1C ':TL. of and the United State! {.

Mr. ADAMS was attacked on the 21st with paralysis from such a contingency, he will not receive demo sever the cords which bind to the latter. I has csmplete triumph of those great principle; "success 1SII, be and the same are hereby cant inned in District Court at .rph.! I

-disease which bad twice beort aflected Mr. cratic in this State. tUh him more than this. I has taught him that of which is t the(object of our common suhirit ole." lull force and fleet, providtd flint in section 7th Office i in Wm. Wiloii': Buildings,over lfavward': f'rk '
the of A shall: be instead
compensation Store Talhha-.Ht-e.
A. The scene which occurred in the Houseat this the attachment of the adopted citizen to the country ,9lr twenty : w
of fifty February 2(>. 1S-IS. 32 .*
time, wa witnessed by one of tbe editors of the Treaty of Peace. of his ,voluntary choice is sincere and fervent, and A >!is take.We SM 2. lie dolar.furt" Ordained That the tn levied '

:Rational Intelligencer, and is thus described by For the first time since commencement of the that be may be relied on in the hour of dancer. I !et that the \Va.liinton cnrre pondf nt: cf the for license puisne the following avocation? Lime. .

11m: war with Mexico, the authnrities of that countryseem has taught him two important truths, then-first, Sentinel A. I C. I D. whrwe suppose, is either the callings, and bii>inesi. hereinafter mentioned, shall .
.Just after the yeas and nays were taken on a disposed to a peace upon terms within the that whiggery and patriotism are pot synonymousterms member from Florida, nr some one writing: under be a follows, six : and vending 400: A. E. i .:
all Merchants
had risen another 1st. On HOC
t tt question,to and the the House Speaker, a sudden cry to was put heard on bounds of reason. They have made propositions for ; and, second that the Native creed, which is his dictation, and supervision attribute our aiticle goods, wares, and me. SbopllefC4.aHrile capital February 2i;, I1?!*. 3-2 I V ;p

tbe question left of the chair, Mr. Adams is ding :'' Turning a treaty, which are now under consideration by our but an emanation from whigzery, contains a fundamental cor.taii.ing strictures azainst Mr. CAISFII.:* coursein o stock in trade ii lees than five thousand dollars l :

t our eyes to the spot we beheld the venerableman Government. On the 23d of last month, the President error, in this that it strips the foreigner ol totiog for Wilmot Proviso man for" Speakf-r, to an annual tax of twenty dollars, to be ascertained on Salt* .I

in the act of falling over the let aim of hi* sent a message to the Senate, transmitting the all attachment and devotion to the country of his the" late member" from this State. We can assure oath before the Intendar.t. or bfore wine Justice of Q'A J SACKS SALTjust t'ceire and for Sale by :
Peace betore the licence i'granted. A. EHOC.. .
while his extended, the k
choir his desk, for support.right He aim would was have drorpe grasping upon treaty to that body for their deliberation and advice. adoption, from which it argues that he is i net a proper -I Mr. A. 15. C. I). that his deep-lighted rrfrCffn is i 2d. On all Merchant and Shopkeeper vending Febnury 21.' ISIS. 32 -f"1;h

the floor, had be not been caught in arms o( the Though no certain knowledge of the terms proposedhas l person to endow with the prerogatives of citi for once at fault. The Ute member" neither goods, wares, and merchandize whose capital or eli,

member sitting next him. A great sensation was yet trnpire. it is generally understood that zenship. On the first of these subject Col. Wrw- wrote, read. nor saw. the article in (question before stock in trade is five thousand dollar and upward, Newport Mineral Spring. :

t created in from tbe their House seats: member, and gathering from all round quarters tbe they agree for the most part with the terms offered Loop has already addressed the American people ; it wa published. Mr. C.srt.ts error \ *o flagrant an annual. On all tax Auction of thirty-two Sale drlar.3J. pet cent. DWELLING LOTS FOR S.-LE ;. {.

,; rushing fallen who was immediately lifted into by the President, through Mr. THIST to tbe Mexican on the second he says that a school boy might haveexprneJ it. We 4th. On all Commission Merchants, I ten dollars. E understcne-3. binl fully.mpwfrr''

the area Satem.n.of the Clerk's table. The Speaker Government prior to the last great battles around "The I Irishman and I the German I have seen had no need to seek aid for. that purpose. tul"e 5th. On all Auctioneers, forty dollars. to make \.arnlt titles li" \

instantly suggested that some gentleman move an the city. They! were, a to boundary, the Rio many of them in one rank-I have been with them think it will he a long while before this correspondent Cth. On 11 Retailers of Spirituous Liquor in .1'H immediately around the above Sprinc ;
which promptly I done,the Home in battle-hare seen them wounded and dying quantities than a quat.""venty-fyt dollars. od size dwelling lots of upwards r>l an -
adjournment being Grande to certain thence West
up a point giving or any else can justify the conduct of .Vr.CAMF.LL *
ont Billiard he offers for sale low. Plate
Oa now
have trodden over their dead bodies on the field- 'th. every Tibe Howling Altor ,
.djourne.. was brought and Mr Adams, in state of the U. S. New Mexico and California. We take it fri have witnessed by proof stronger than revelation, to his constituents. .-1 the aid from ail i Ten Pin Alley, ((technically so called.) used or .3mf. with terms Stc., can be seen at Pr. E. t

perfect helplessness though net of entire insensibility i granted, from what we have seen that it will bp accepted \ for the land of their wlptioland the members, present or I.tl. which can be prlrur.1 I an annual tax of seventy-five dollars Car sard's,Talaha' ee. First come has fir.t choice.DANIEL 5:

was gently laid! upon it. The sofa was then by our Go\crmtnt If the rumors a to its trust' H God that the time Day come when I .lial!! ed, can never effect lhat. The people! of rh. On every Dray or Cart used for hire, an annual LADD.. : '1 Li,.?
taken up, and borne out of the Hall into the Rotun- character he: enabled in some dcsrlf. by future conduct to tax of eight dollars. Newport, February 10, 15I9. 31 > ,1
be true it should
be. The fact will believe he rigM in in
certainly never was placing a high
oa, where it was set down, and the members ol both : repair the "rong honestly (n(towards t these people l th. On every two or four horse Wagon used fcr $ I
Houses, and the strangers who were fast crowding that Mr. POLK sent it to the Senate i If a strong indication by myself, during the past. 1 say hon I.".because and controlling postion; a man who advocates and :hire in annual tax of t write dollars. Notice. *: !'f.

around, wer with some difficulty retres'P.and an that he is willing to accept it, and therein i I a! a politicion I was honest in nit opinions) : and I rotes far a measure which will exclude them and 10th. On every lack or Pubic Carriage UjP for rnontH' after date, the undersigned will j

open space cleared I its ; but a very little doubt that the majority of that body willadvise IIdie\c. unhesitating in n.y expressions; Tune, their slaves from any territory which Southern hire an annual tax ht dollars. SIX-nf hia accounts and vouchers to the honorableJudge pre- *. <
medical a of the House, (who I :iowever, has corrected the error, and in a school, I 11th. On every Public Livery Stable an annual 'Is
ftntema membr him to do Sf. Bravery and blood has helped to acquire. Ob. no of Probate of Leon County, and apply for lei- j. i iters
of dollars.
be tax thirty /
throughouttbewhlle : not to
was 8t1.ro t to. easily forgotten.
painful scene,) e be In the meantime however we see that the passage The That i ii asking too much of them, and A. I!. C. D. 12th. Oa every and Pedlar vending good, rf dismieaion at admini.'rtfr' of the estate of j
adfic relo\.e The brave Penn"jlvanian is an apt la\.ker Henry J. Gaskin, late of said -erased..
of tbe the of the Ten Bill is still those who tholr. and an annual tax of one hundred County
to the door op on eat portico Regiment urged by he bestows the citizen will find his effort1 to the contrary wholly ,abortive. wares WESLEY MANNING. Adm'r. I
unqualified praise on adopted
: where fresh wind blowing. This was I dollars.
t a
it forward.
brought that
They say although we S. S. SIBLEY. '
! done; but the air being chilly and loaded with vapor is extorted from him by the indomitable couragedisplayed Contra at. J Jt h On all Show. Circuses, F.ueitri3n.or Theatrical Agent. I-Ily 7I.
the should still ourselves }'ebruarylP.l.lC. 31 jm;
: we
; the sofa was, at the suggestion ot Mr. Win- may treaty keep on the battle f.eM.! Let it go through the exhibitions, a tax of five doHari rr each exhibition ___..:
tbrop, once more taken up and removed to the in a position to continue the vrar, lest Mexico might : and to silence the unjust and pitiful clamors of the The New Jersey Lrgiblatu, of which :majority: : a license to ..utlorize.hiih must first be Estray. i .
Speaker's apartment,the doois of which were forthwith refuse to ratify it. This may be enou h.- i8 U'bigs, have voted swords to several Jer"e\men. obtained (from t the Intel by J
f .el i Native party-nine-tenths of whom are less worthy Treasurer under of double the tax to tbe plantation of.tle, sub'cri- J ]:
closed to all but professional gentlemen, several While the a penalty
willing to peace, we should not be thrown off who have distinguished themselves in the Mexicanwar.
of whom arrived in !succession as the news I of the rights of citizenship than those they would herein assessed for neglect thereof. kC.UIE on the 2oth of Jannarv last, a 1 r. .
spread into the city. our guard, and .should be prepared (or any untoward degrade. The one shows his attachment by giving I The Florida Whig Leeislatare had scruples. 14th. On all Bank Agencir.sanariiualtax of seventy.five sorreIIOrSF has lost his right t i L..

.While lying in this apartment Mr. Adams partially result Mexico seeing this \il be the more apt to his life in his country's defence-the otLi r t by stayin Lil'ul OnLt c the Icfintr* rod Lit-uts. ARM dollars.ir e>e, white spot in hi.foehea.ho on the fore feer .
reo\.e the use ol his speech,and observed, abide by her !. : LP and I.ALDWIX are among those Jersejmen thusconiplutnented. >tb. On all Azenrie of Insurance Companies, nine or ten \.ear old. i! requested ta
in faltering' accents, This is the end of earth but I \\ prolo.ition ? at home and villifying te G\rnmNt. arId op- an annual tax wf fifteen dollar call, pron'prop rt!, par chan:,. and lake him j jaW1V.
e hope t s effect a will socceR! We notic also that a like honor
quickly added : .I am composed." Members had, u ro peace posing obstacles to a-just, honorable and speed termination loth. Oa all vendors Lottery Tickets,an annualtax WM. SPEIGHT. J
by this time, reached Mr. A.'s abode, with t..e melancholy Mexico is sufficiently puUtfd. and we rliuld be cf the contest. Las been bestowed upon Lieut. GEORGE C. WEST- of twenty-five dollars. February lI.! IMS.. 31 41* I

'.., intelligence, and soon after Mrs. Adams, sorry if her obs-tinacy forces us to inflict further COTT, cf the 2d Infantry frr his 'I'1 conduct in the I Sec 3. lie it juthu Ordained That there shallbe

and his nephew and niece, arrived and made their. blows. I the treaty i is such a? it is represented to Mr. Wilmot: and his I'rotUo. storming of Chapultepec, in "I.ic affair after Capt. as'c and collected the following property tax. To Florida Baptists. ;

ray to the appaling scene. Mrs. A. was deeply affected be, we will have accomplished the objects! of the This honorable gentleman has been appointed a ; CARET was wounded, he was in command of the viz: BAPTIST CHRONICLE* 'J 9 j
On all and Town
L and for some moments quite prostrated by 1st. improved nnimpro\-C L.t.a SOL'H.\VEE j
l' the sight of her husbasdiiow insensible,the pallor war. Here let the difficulty end, and let lie two Delegate to the Pennsylvania State Coo\.Cltic: ,I stormers of his Regiment. He served some years in tax equal to on -hal of one per upon thenlu3tion A WEEKLY PERIODICAL, DEVOTED TO 3 .

t : of death upon his countenance, and those sad pre- nations, with their peaceful relations restored, cultivate which is to assemble this dsy. The Lancaster t Intel- I this State in the Seminole warand il known to many! thereof.2d. Religion; Scimc. Literature, Commercial and JI

k! monitories fast making their apparncebich fall a spirit of amity, and encourage a freedom of referring to this appointment says on the citizen of Hast t Florida. We find in'the Trenton On every practising Phjsician or Slreon.n General Intelligence : 3 .
I with such chill the lncr. annual cf dollars.3d. .
"In the Hall a ,mean upon bile,hert.a gloomy pause occurred, I intercourse which will be of fcutual l lasting benefit subject of the Proviso: (N. J.) True Jlmrrican the following letter from Ou tax every eight practicing Attorney and Counsellorat Pulniahcd: in N. Orean*.nnt r the Editorial. care of I Ia

I. in the usual hum ot t voices that fills it. Some members to both. O Hon. Dati flThnot.-Thi! zentleman has been Major General QCITMAX to his mother, Mrs. .AMYII. Law, an annual tao( eight dollars. WM. C. DtC.A.. M.! fJ j

sat in mute suspense ; others stood in Jroup'i'' chosen a delegate to the 4th c.f March Convention'rorn WESTCOTT, of that city : 4th. On all free c.lorl Males between the aze oftwentvone TT has long been the belief of the editor of tie
and made or answered inquiries as to the The New York Globe. 1'radkrd! county. We are blad of it. lie will CITY, Jan. C, ISJ9. and filtv yean, an annual tax of tea dollar J. .Chronicle as well as the conviction of all OPT .. 1
the probable issue of the attack ; others hastened We would now have an opportunity, by minding in person W.UIXGTOX *. slmth-wcstfrn Baptists, that the cause et religion ,:
inform the editor of the Sentinel that
1 toward tbe Speaker's room to get the latest intellithe.nfleret'.condition with the Representatives of to assure Mrs. Amy H. Westcctt : :th. On all free colored Females between the aC would receive more efficient support from the pablr- j
fne.. ; while mary were since the remark was made by ILis 1 paper, characterizing himself Low heartily they condemn and despise his .\fq Dtar f llan-I has occurred to me that it of twenty-one and fifty 'ar an annual tax (f five cation of a denominational newspaper in New Or'I.1
in to their friend at home the New York Globe Proviso. he should tail toofTVr it himself would be to receive almost other
busily engaged writing a an excellent Democratic notorious I grateful J motIJCr's feelings a dollars. leans, than from any agency that can J.J .
the alarming news. A remark very frequently heard paper." that the editorial management that in terms of approval we trust there will be line from one under whose command her gallant son 6th. On all white Male inhaSittn's! between tie be employed. Many have expressed a desire lose j
was, "Well, this is just what Mr. Adams could print has The o Delegates enough in attendance to propose resolutions has foiuht and won distinction. In icy, leport of sore of twenty-one and sixty )years!, a poll tax of one oue located there and hate avowed theirilin nt !!
lave wished ; it is an appropriate ending of his career changed. gentleman in charge of the of condemnation ; so that the rest of f the the operations of the troops under my command at dollar upon each poll. to contribute. both by money and exer- ]

; he falls, like a second Chatham, in the Senate Globe then was T. HART HYATT. Under his con I States may see, how little sympathy there exists in Chapultepec,and before the city (.f Mexico,to whichI 7th., On all Sb'C between the toes of fourteenand lions, to its support ; but no person has, hiT ." 1 4
House." trol, the Glob vat an excellent Democratic pa Pennsylvania for this: the most dangerous and prolific refer you. I have, with the full concurrence, I belif".t. fifty years, an annnal tax of one dollar: J'roti- been found ready to undertake the responsibility and J

"Mr. Adams, though for some months very feeble. per." was opposed to the Wilmot Proviso, in opposition instrument of domestic discord, that ever fully of all hn brother nfcer mentioned your son, fed, That the City Council may! exempt from taxation the arduous IlH ot publication. The time for its .*
was, when he entered the lal in the morning, in I to Whi or faction has invented." Lieut. George C. & Infantry, a* highly any slave laboring under mental or bodily affliction establishment has, at booth, arrived ; and the tf??. J J
bit usual health, and had few minutes before every ; paper in the State, n.e. The Democracy ol Buck County (Peon,) recently di..tiaruislied 1 for bis gallantry in the !storming ul the or infirmity, on application of the owner or list denomination, csrecially in the South-we t. it '

delivered his vote on a motion before the House in perhaps one. I opposed the Proviso not only on J held a Convention t t. nominate t candidate for batteries and strong fortress of Chapnitepec. lie agent of such slave. now called on to su'taio a paper whrse gnn<\ object t
a unusually distinct and emphatic manner. The the ground of expediency, but on that of principle. I was cne of the many braveyounz officer who volunte 8th. On all Slaves, male Ir (ecale,}Iirin his,her is, the promotion and the maintenance of true reli- j igion
attack was belie\P.at first, to have been a fainting was the able organ of that wing of the New York : Congress. They referred; to Mr. WimCt1! favorite I'r,'! for this desperate!.uir.; and I csn: a'mre or their own lime, within the limits of the city an in the Valley of the Mississippi. *
fat, but this lon gave place to the appahincconviction I which measure, and spoke of it in a way not to be m' un- you to b mentioned in the frt grade ot those who I I annual ta,cf forty dollars ; and if the same i* not 0 Nothinc, surely need be said, lo show the impor- r Jfance.
that it was a recurrence of paralysis Democracy assembled in Convention at Syracuse derstood. They said : altll11 upon such an 0 olon. i is one of the paid by such slave then a tax of double tbe amount us,. the absolute necessity in a reliziow i !

which has twice before affected Mr. Adams, thoughin which Convention, it will be remembered, re. .That we regard the Wilmot Proviso as a political : I. ; hOlfS which a commandei can l> -low upona to be paid by the master of such slave : Frotiutd, point of view, of having a denominational paper T
a milder degree." jected the Pro\iso. I supported the nominees of measure fraught mischief calculated to endanger 'Ib..tttr. In the ca.!e ot your !fn,1 I need !scarcely That if such slat e or slaves live within the encourt published this, the emporium city of the south ,; *
that Convention, and defended its action on the Pro and distract wltl union and cf the aud this extinction was well merited by his gallant; or on t the premises occupied by his, her or master western country. Independent lyoithe henfits iv hich '
The Cadsden Taylor Meetlne. tht in its harmony conduct. then and in that case no such tax shall be collected wotiM! result to the city itself, w hose need of all 1KB: f."i 4
t tf viso. I was, in short, all the.mostardent advocate confederacy in its; impracticable and objects, unconstitutional Assuring you of ny highest regard and teem, I from nesro or master. moral and re'.i iouif influence whirls ran be brought "J i

ti f By request,w. publish in another column the pro for Southern rights could desire in a Northern jour. sinister political conception views." solely to promote re-nuin l-th. On all (our.wl.el. pleasure Carriages, an annual to bear upon if. none will deny the advantages icCruing .* 1

ceedings of a meeting recently held in Gadsdec nal. After the disastrous defeat of the New York Your obedient servant, tax of two )-I ) dollars ; and on all Iu! iu. tn the Baptist cause from the establishment If I

i county!, purporting to be a meeting without respect democracy last fall, Mr. hYATT retired from the Decisions of the Supreme Court. J. A. QUITMAX, Su'.kies! ,and two-w heel Carrig 9.a fax of one 5.IOJ a denominational paper in a city where intelligence* }t & '
I Maj. Gfn. U. S. A., kind is obtained
! dollars. of every ?o readily from which J
. to parties. The object was to respond to the nomination Gloe. and was succeeded by ABUAH IKCRAHAM The following cases have been decided b) the Supreme -I Late Com'g. Volunteer Division.Uhiff 10th. On every Slave public exhibited by a tender it can be seftiinattd more easily than firm pry > \t'j

of Genera TATLPR. for the Presidency,madein a gentleman of ability and character, but an advocate Court, since our last : for sale, within the corporate limit of the city, other city in the South, would be incalculable. < 'j'jI

this place sometime during the winter. We are of the Wilmot Proviso. Our remark, to which the Ji-hn Smith & wife r* John C. Poythress ct al F thl(!. a tax of two dollar for each and every: slave so ex With the Mississippi on the one side, and the Golf % J

informed that every gentleman who name appears editor of the Sentinel no frequently allude, appliedto Appeal from Jackson -Circuit Court. Opinion delivered Setae tinie since the Whigs made an awful. outcry hibited. of Mexico f n the other New Orleans posf>ses far + *

in these proceedings, 5 a staunch Whig. So far a the Globe, under the editorial of Mr. by Lancaster, J. reversing judgment of Court against tbe Democrats of the new State of Iowa, SEC. 4. Be further Odanl. That al Licenses, greater facilities mnrcommuncatinurwith every large *t*
lotendant States and
United for
management and for further hereafter to be i by city ire the obtaining early ;
tI below cause
our personal knowledge extends, such is certainlythe HYATT, and not under Mr. IKGRAUAM. ; and we Wiley, Blewitt remanding t.. James Nicholson,proceeding al-Ap. for refusing to go into an election for United States and countersigned:uc. t the Trea.nrCr., shall not be issued knowledge of every important movement which mar 9 J

tI I fact. Tht meeting in Tallahassee, to hich this would thank our neighbor, when he again quotes us peal fromGadsden Circuit Court. Opinion e delivered Senator?,the Whigs having a majority on joint ballot for a shorter period than twelve months. take place within its boundaries than, perhaps, an/ J -<
one was a was got by a publiccall J. of but the SEC 5. Be it furlhf Ordained, That all Ordinances other city in the Union. Situated in the centre cf $1the
repnst. together in this connection,to do ro in such a manner that weLay by Hawkins reversing judgment Court below in the Legislature, popular majority beingfor
I for i or parts of Ordinances, conflicting with the south-western country, of which it is the com'J.. j
and others favorableto and further I
remanding cause
adrened H"higt be understood-otherwise he will lay himself proceedings. the democrai-y. It was denounced a an outrage and the and "*
! Charles Le Baron t Walter T. Colquitt true intent and meaning of this Ordinance b inertial metropolis throughout which its per?- t
. the nomination of Tywa, and none but Whigs open to the charge of bearing false witness against Fauntleroy, al-Appeal from Eacamhia tf. Cir ," and so on. But the tables have now turned- same are hereby rtpeal. odicals art freely circulated, it must impart more or 5 1 I 4

f participated in its doing*. The ruling spirit cf both his neishbor." a cuit Court. Opinion e delivered by Caltzell.J. revtr. The dsmocrats have a majority en joint ballot, a Passed in Councl. 2Sth day February. 1S4S. less of its own tone and character. How necessary *- \

meetings-CoL HACCHTOS-has recently published g sing judgment of Court below, aid remanding-causewith well a decided majority of the popular vote; but F. IL FLAGG, Intendant. it is. then, that some salutary infidence shot-Id pro' ;,' i
! characteristic for Governor The Tariff of 1812. directions to dismiss the of a Tcste, ceed from this great city, lo correct, as far a* possible. *
declining to .
let r, bil complaint, do the Whigs consent to go into an election for Senators THOMAS BARNARD, Clerk C. C. .the evil which it disseminates. 'j

t of this State, in which be scouts the idea, which Our neighbor is lumbering his columns with extracts file without a new prejudice bill against to W.the T.right Colquitt complainants, i.c. to ? Not they, although the Legislature was expressly I.IarchlS-tS.- 33 The Baptists it it hoped,are convinced of the ne- ?i 4.

tI ems to have been entertained by some that his from the speeches of Mr. ANDREW STEWART, The Flint River Steam Boat Company t* Roberts, convened for this purpose. They have refused cessity obtaining a firm foothold in New Orleans, Jin I. -, ;

I party, as to that office,would abandon the field to its of Pennsylvania, on the tariff lie had better use Alta &- Co.-Error to Franklin Circuit Court.- Opinion and the Legislature has adjourneJ without effecting Jackson Lodge, No. 1. order to oppose a barrier to the progress of Roman 1
When such facts these known delivered by Douglas, Chief Justice, ism,which is making rapid strides to supremacy in : !
Opponents as are his space for some other purpose. Mr. STEWART is reversing the object of their convocation the State
of western cil ies. Once established
judgment of Court below and many our on a .
it will appear strange to intelligent men that so a humbug, whose speeches attract more attention with directions to dismiss the uit. remanding cause must go on another year without being represented sure basis here, moreover, (he denomination can the; s J

much j is said about running General TAYLOR independent -i elsewhere than in his own State. His facts and figures Caleb II. Blood t*. R. A. Shine-Error to Leon in the Senate. We hear no outbursts of indignant d1IA more easily supply the destitution of Texas, which |

of party action, and that this meeting shouldbe vanish before the test of experience. Remember Circuit Court-Opinion delivered by Douglas, Chief condemnation from the Whig press of the course of I in thp providence of God, has been lately thrown .. popenand
which invites uswith cries and 4
heralded as one without respect to party. Nevertheless how positive he was in IS46,that the democratic Justice reversing cause for judgment further proceedings.of Court below, and remanding their friend in 10\:. On the contrary, some of tions, to her assisfance. Come forward, then cupplica-, brethren .. ,; v

1 it is.Do revenue tariff would tuin the country in more ways them go so far as to approve of it. This is Whig and assist by your liberality, in extending and "*

the Whig imagine that b:any trickery of this than one. Hare his predictions been verified .'- Another Letter.-The following letter was read at ethics. I they cannot rule with the consent of the strengthening the boundaries of the Redeemer'kingdom. }

lo are to'be gulled into the support oltbeif f Let the increasing revenue and prosperity of the the .Convention which assembled in Harrisburg popular will, they will prevent that will from being ,
Taylor MEETING Jackson No. It is the intention of the editor to pay special attention ?
candidate ? D they suppose i a few crows country answer. The people will not submit to a the ult is addressed respected by factious and corrupt means. This i is REGULAR and
on 2 I to a man with _t1. l.will be held at the Masonic Hall in this city to the department of Science Literature, *
*.to get together and make a declaration that restoration of the protective tariff of J f.2 Con whom the people of the East are somewhat famil the casein Iowa. At the lat August election, the this evening. Members will.please be punctual in admitting in his paper nn article of a scientific ft J a

hey were birds ofevery color,that this would change gress 'el knows this, and the Whig majority in the iar. This is thought to be the General's hit letter: Democratic Congressmen were elected by S30 majority their attendance. All Masonic brethren in good literary chancier, which does not fend lo the calfMvation

taj one of them to the color of a ian, or impose House dare not disturb the present: law. I .been a' ROCCE, La. Jan. 30th 1848. and i Democrat elected as Secretary ot State standinc. visiting our city, are respectfully invitedto and improvement )f the menial and Jhoral a
B.TOJ faculties which it fail
order of W. M. ; by means cannot to pose si "J
opom any swan the belief that he and either one of attempted and failed. In the debate on the loan .Sir-Your communication of the lath mat., by a majority f INI.. Iowa is a Democratic State, I attend. By toe S. S. SIBLEY valuable medium of instruction to any family into J 5.

them were of the same C.wr We snrpect that the bill in the House, on the 18tb ult.,an amendment t
crows would still remain black, and the swan would the 21st section of the bill was offered by Mr. COL- duly con.idere. tbe voice they are entitled to in the National :1Remova. A table of New Orleans Frieei Current, cftrrecN ; ted
.In reply your inquiries, I have again to re- hal in each number from Si
will be found whit h
excused from the fame of weekly
b such color, to repeal the tariff of 18-16. and restore that
t any LAla. peat, that I have neither the power nor the desire to Legislature. the planter and any thaf.are interested in the state 4 ''r
o of any other than his pure white. Or, do these of 1842,which was rejected a vote of 64 to J.*>-a dictate to the American people the exact manner in HAVE my study 0 the room on the of the New Orleans market, may obtain all the desired *" !r

Whigs deceive temlhe I to their party attachments majority of 11. This shows it is true that the which they should proceed to nominate me for the !lr. 'J)'. Declination. I ?(orth rtmo.e. corner of the Capitol, adjoining the information. ]J

S far as W4 are able to judge, BO such question is not yet like the U. S. Bank, an .' obsolete Presidency a' desire ol the such United States. In order to put a stop to the many absurd reportsof office of the Hon. Mr. BroJenbrogh. where I purpose The price of subscription to the "Chronicle" is 5 '*
I they a result,they must adopt the $3Ot) annnm in advance Sa.-V), at the end cf %
which ;
weakness muD their cur. Or, do they,professing idea,.but that the sense of the House is opposed to means best suited, in their opinion to the consummation some uf the TAYLR papers that Mr. CLAY will will be remaining but a few during weeks.my stay Those interested, will six months per ; !JM,00( tbes'xpirationoI Ibe year. ,

to b willing to abandon their piinciplei for a I. disturbing tbe'present revenue measure. of the purpose; and if they think fit to bringme soon come out in a. Card. withdrawing his name from please take doe notice thereof, and govern tbetd- -
that democrats are equally facile ? before them for this office, through their I.r.'U.laturcs NOTE -This since its ifablisomrnf.in
with the
-4 l.pet any connection Presidency), &c., &c.llle selves .,. paptr
Te refusal democrats to join in their meetings, 03-The Sentinel it mistaken in its enumerationof mass meetings or ccnventiotis,1 cnn t:ol>- Intelligencer a late date sass: arcordilrJ WILLIS Mc}:. RUSSELL, March. M7, Im* sustained a character in all its aSote I
0 .
bare learned*them better than this before the number ject to their de.ignatins those bodies 8 Whig Democratic March 4, 1545. 33 Portrait Painte. named departments surpa' ed,if indeed equalled,
to at the in
meeting it stated
4lh present Iemorati or ; being thus nominated I .We have seen in the New Yoik and I by any paper either in this or in any other country .
*ow. this city on Saturday last. I true, meetingwas must insist oa the condition-and my position on other papers, as if from some authority, that Mr. I Land for Sale. and should thetefnre meet with a cordial cupno'rt if

Probably these meetings are intended to operate not so large a was desired, but considering the this point is immutable'that l.ballot b brought Clay had positively declined consenting to the use from its own denomination, is well from all other f
them the of his name a candidate for the and will sell that fine tract of LAND
forward by party, or a Presidency undersigned who desire to See cfiSfnsed throuuhotl *
pon that unfavorable state of tbe weather
public abroad and and forseveral THE ronn'ry
sentiment they on
; may Saturday, consideei I the exponent of their party doctrines. would, if) a few days, under hi. own hand, announce ( a* the G a skins tract, and situated aoout religions* and cienfific knowledge. Tl eseroiMl TO|. tl
hue th greater e by conveying an .idea that days previous, the assemblage was large. Cln conclusion, I have to repeat that i if I were the fact. We believe that these tumor are unfounded fitteen miles of Tallahassee, in Leon. County. Said utne will commence in March, MS, ,rd I wonld re. fr *'
both parties tae in them they are called Almost every precinct in the County was represent : nominated! for the Presidency by any body of my ; and that, while he has a strong disinclinationto tract contai about five hundred and sixty acres, jpec'fully adie i fhoe.wishing to subscribe lo thi*'

*ow i is the very best lime they
I choose to adopt, I should esteem it an and entirely passive, without having formed absolutely pine land of a superior quality, well watered could select.
-"lt General TATU is to b made a can- Cross Roads,Young's, Hale's, and Tallahassee would accept such nomination,pros Ided it had been ny determination one way or the other. there being a stream renning between the W. MeKlKNFT RUSSELL
If it were at the meeting, and what was in U have dodbt that, if Mr. Clay should theresolution land. There i is said h:
b necessary tu practice deception wanting made entirely independent of party, considerations.I n adopt hammock and pine n tract Duty appointed Agent. Tallahassee, Fl*.
Ilrel!tU lame .Jtt to a desperate stage. Hut numbers was made up in intelligence and patriotism.Our am, sir, your obedient servant, attributed to him, he will, under lit own.inatnrt. about vlnt.fV acres cleared a/id otherwise im Ftarnary 2t3.1>43. 32 3t
'wSbottbe themselves TAYLOR. announce it. In the mean time (the public proved. Satisfactory titles* will be made to the pur.
friends need uneasiness -a
-T.,,.,... only instances of igch conduct.I .- Whig give no PITa'SJN- Sjsirn, Rep ,would do \.tl to discredit 1 rumois not po"itls.io chae. Terms made known on application' toJAg. Stray e'd
Circular from about our meetings-the Demor.cyof the coun- I
I use > Lexington, soon af. such authority. T. DAFFIN.Notice. .

charged ter ). CL4T. .peec by goo and true whigs. I try will b satisfied with then), and i we can plea Tbe Sentinel denies that the Whigs went into This may be regarded .official, .Mr. CLAY i is March 411St 31 ttI O1 Me STOLEN Bride's Mills front I the near subscriber Newport,, inWakuHa at? a

'bjcb bad Ia!!" TArto. m ting in Kentucky, them, our object will b gained. We expect our caucus for a Judge, a the last Session, and asserts an inmate of one of the Editors.. I undoubtedly _ County, a dark* essont noire I t

I *nte I lrge an enthusiastic opponents to find fault with wr proceedings and to I I that no O action or deliberation ..ever had on this represents his true position on the subject. I hlcTftsE, of middling size, one or both hind let:*

I tbla t."er il fcct bat small and sorry affairs even misrepresent them-but (this ;1 well understood subject a any meeting of the Whigs during the I PERSONS indebted OB books of J. Fortune are white near tm feet, blaze faced cbs's? eight year*
I The of Baltimore bu cal I to make irpeeclj settlement, as I am ski, aodqtrite spirited. Any information will Ke
Alp.t ai the people-it ii such old game-that Session of the Legislature This will lurpri.emany MtdtlIrtiitt. Mayor
I ewges that < -Whig i too by a to press the c!a.n. and close the business thankfully I received,and a liberal reward will be paid*
I TAVLO1 tbi"; are clculatrd to deceive their carping and spluttering) is of no more consequence whip in this eonftnnritj, and in all parts of led tbe attention of the City Cnunci to the indecent at intructt once. for his* return to the j

U bimalC. ;i. to deh e? than the idle wind-epen I heir own party the State. I may be true, I the t"tint uscrl., exhibitions of the rtf, and has asked I' JAMES /RCHEB.. Assignee. subscriber.CEORGES.KING., I

OitueeetioaoT1TVohuch: vital flects'f!. think nothing o it. b it it will not b believed. themlo put an tffieieBt check on tils) outrage on February 25154932. 2. Newport, February 19,1843S t

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1 t if; ,} i' leo County Tax Collector's Sale. Bagging and Rope. L. &. I GREENBERG & CO., Boot and Shoe Making* FLORIDA LAND SALES. STEAMER GLASGOW" '

r : 'i ,4))} \1 1virtue of the power vested ia mo by law, I :75 PIECES best Kentucky Baling, tlnue at their old stand, I'pllF.undersIgtfed.havingpureiasedth.

,L I "r' i JV: ill\ baH eipo for sale,before the Court House 11XJ Coil Hope. For nle by Ccrncr of Monroe and Streets, i entire stock and materials of LUARS.llJIurCLp -

i"I!; !?" r. la the city of Tallahassee, on Monday the tlh ,mCCUE&. L DE" ERGE Jrfferon i who is about l leaving the State.
div>off March I Sthe fuflowinz cnbcd l WHERE they are now opening their FALL AND! respectfully informs his friends and the
i I propU- roycmber t. 1:1. -
: { State aad CounV supply of ENGLISH that he at the old stand where JAMES TUCKER
! ,J. \ 3 I!,nrSo m'ich thereof' as wiUpav the WJrTJR FRFlCI. public is at present MrrzJ1I1Eundersignvedavaihhjmf .
V thereon for the 17 GOODS. he is prepared to execute all work in his line with
dae! :
t | Tije1* year Spices Pickles &c. ?
: -
: : Rich blk Silk.Uro. de Rhine with thii mftj
every has hand the fines
f A- F. Djval and the together and He on
'4 *.F' Lands purportintbe1on' ; to promptness despatch. _n_ informing the *"
public tbat
II TT.NDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkins Mangoes.: On. description of colort. and fancy Parilian Plaids the iw &
111 .- "l} Union Bank of : Silk5. of calf skins and all sotts of materials and will GLASGOW is flJrttr
I r Lot'No. 2, Ior"l 2, R 1. N and W, U ions and mind Pickles; pickled IAbIfr. XX'al Striped and Primed Cashmeres Plain and Colored make at short notice and in the best manner GEN WILL be ofiered for sale, at Auction on the 7th the now River performing her rejnlu tri j *
rj Sliwannee between
E |, SE4.S:1., 2. Rl.NanaXV. nut and Tomato Kelchup.C pers, Olive Oil.Mus- French Merino Plain Striped :and Silk wore Alpacca TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOF.sof every descrip of March ISp, at the ;County Site oBcnton Columbus r/!! **
This boat i it
I Key IkVLi
rJ!:?;. _. ; W i i. N XV 4. Sec. 5, T IR 1. N and XVf tard. Pepper, and Cider X ,nezar, fresh & tion. Hoots( footed soledar.d otherwise repaired In County. East Florida,several tracts of Land terials and propelled! by strongly two built of 111*"

I-f; $ : -\6 contaiiiirig 232 acres.I Goo$cierri! s and Currant: in bottles, tiesh S,1mon. A great variety of French, Enjlub, ud American good style and at reasonable charges. He will warrant in Township, Range IS, Iud Township 2-1, hundred engines, and cap u or
L .. Shad aid Halibut canister, Curry Powder and Calicoes and Gin hams carrying one tow burthen, or 400<
I i 1 Lnds belin to lames F.Trottl and ; his work to In cjual to any dune in the place Range 21. bal".e
with suitable
: ,' n : j...'. CHI U ft Imrrrino! : Gave:rr, Braijdv Cherries, Preserved Ginger, Cur. XTors'ed! Plaids of different styles and qualities; and to ieli good satisfaction: as to fitting 34 another On the 14th day of March at the Court Housejo, cotton accommodation for forty .
' t. : ( rait Jelly, M.carori. Vermicilli. Rnssia and Amer Shawls rf every description, color and quality ; workman. Marion County, sundry tracts in enjera, of light draft requiring but Mventeea{i .
} % N I.SeI7.T.1.. Rl.NandE,
I'f' J .",. -. .: iVSXV4Sel7.'n.RlNar: : regularly at all seasons of (the between
and Citro'.s.Nutmccs Muslins
Il XV Rl.Nandi L.r :. ; M T9 1517. 43 tf 13, II I. Golan
: S !. I7.T3. '
f. bus and Cedar K
s Mace, (Giner, Allspice Cinnamon. Silk. Thread and Linen Bobin, and a new style o f 14, 21, Yl.leuin;Colombo every TCEg.
f :i, ., t J:)J. S W 4, & T 2. R t. N and I E.V DAY morning at 7 o'clock A. M. and !
r k j Vanilla: Bean,, Sage, Summer Savory and Muslin edginfs; NEW GOODS. 14. 22. Cedar IM
\ :> \ i, :N E: 4. 17. T 2. R 2, N and E. CI're. FRIDAY
( Rose Pech every Should sufficient patroi
Marjoram Oranc Flower & wa- Kid, Cashmere, Silk and HYoollea Gl.n" ,for Ladies morning.
l t' "t. .. NK4.NXV 4, Stc 17. To. R 2. NandC,1 lers\c, extract Rose, Lemon, Peach Vanilla.- and Gentlemen':; subscribers would call the attention of the At Madison Court House, on Thursday the 23d age .*extended, or the interest of blppmrenrj I
i R N E. <
: i W
: 2.
S 4.S 4S* Fcr 3le hy LEWIS AMES. Silk, XVix>!Ien and Cotton StocVints far dn ; THE March : her to perform two trips per week the proprietor
choice and extensive
& the
:. ; t\'t.S r J, :ec I".T2, I R J, N ao.t l 1: 1)tccz&er4,1El7.1 2-J Linen Oamhnc Hdkfs and II. S. love to assortment Section. will cheerfully acquiesce in, and make tb.
prier Township.
plain Rmge.
I .. J I' .C.. ,.Q TP. .'>._ V. and r. ; of GOODS now receiving per Brigs XVakuIli and DecetIa"
'-I --- change, add another
4.4 4. or new boat to the
Handsome Silk Cravat Frenck Needlework Collar TheSEJcf 23, I S. 7 E. hne.jflk't
Emehne.: Their stock has been selected with
i XV XV S.T2.R2NandE, care
S 4
\ : 4, 4. capacity to the one now employed. As
j f and Capes SW4of 21.NXV4cfr.t. 1. 7. soon
1 Fine Perfumes ; the most fashionable establishments New as
s C&flt2tiSfl7'S f) arr- in
II 1 : Barayes for Dresses do. Green I II 1. 7. ticable this boat will extend her trips up the SuJwannee
; David RoLiiison ard ; ; York and l, having been purchased at reduced prices i
Lam! irnmto brlongto ;
Fram the of inbin Paris.
: | irp .tlannfaclory _river to the
Upper Springs and
o lh. (7ain Hak nI !1rtt" : Splendid aosortmtot cf Hat, Cap and Satin colored they :are enabled to furnish their customers at price NE4of 2o, 1. 7. also op tb,
I' .' Jockey Club, RoseGe- RibHons II FbI& 1, I. S. Withlacoochie& nv r.
\ ) XV ; low TheirKS&DY
. IV j.S l..s.I1.T2R1Nn: IIIln-OSIA. 1eilrope. prooltionately;
,. .* \ : 1'.tdloul Mi monette, rteopolitan, Tu"can and Straw fV>nn,ts ; Wicf G, 1. 1 g. The undersigned wonld further state that b* aDd j
0 XV E T 1. 1, N and < !
; J 's ;
,t } ,' ; r li ', arrr S. I .mbosl, Strinpa, Ber of .trsbialter.de! Rmne, Linen Dama"k and Damvk Table C.vers$ S! !ADK LO7JTOQii At Jefferson Court House, on Mon ..T, the 27t Ih others, proprietors of this boat have availed thea.

.' (OO'alll Lands ; > !to l : to Hatuptcn! Mi'tox tI'lile'arllb, Violet, Perganiotte'crvain, Do\les Towel, Diapers, Ac; ot tiC be>t of materials, and bi ing manufactured March : selves cf the provisions of an act entitled, Aa act t IQ

,. ,' l ; end ;the! **", "r.nla. I 1.1o Cn. :g cu. BouqaclAl Rich Nett Children's Wool Coats and<1 Cajn; directly under the eve of Mr. Millman all S. T. R. improve the navigation and to navigate the Sawig.

'( : S I EfN XV 4t \\t.Trl N XV4, i -11.Tt.R3.Ni.E, .. GI-nf'. Ashland Parfume and. Preston & A laree crtmcnt of brown Sbeetm.w, Shirtin s. fear of shop-teark is thereby precluded, a"d person The E J of N XV J of 13. 1 S, I E, nee river and for other purposes therein mf'nti afl'
: Mem 1's Extract of Fiazrant Shirtinss and Honi ; .. H, 1 5V4ofNEJof enacted at the last session of the Legi htur. :
EJofSWJof .pf
5 S S E'4. 1: *. S l.S-c S. ,T 1.? R"2. N and E. 110IU. Striped !sf>uns ; purchas-ng nay relv upon petting an article welrrade. > |tb
., o S \ .' ': The true Farina Cologne! -also the Frtncf and Broadcloths, ra simi-rs, Kirseys Lin-pvs, Stris,' Among the irtirl'-s comprising their \ 14, 1. 3WJofSElof State of Florida ; that they have recently organized'
: : l.NtJ.S <
-.-., i J: i.. !IJ. Sec S\1.T2.R3 I Ni ti.T'.R B, :& .\mel ica: L1End,r and Florida Wallr", Bay and Plaid Satinctt Jeii,Twfti's. Red and White F.1LL.WD ll'LVTER STOCK 14, 1, 5. their company pursuant to the provisions! of said act.

. \.J an l Apna de U Ren:( tine C co.ItaaainfiJaCreS. found (tho following
; : Lewi Conner and Hair-oils aul Ilair-dve', Shavir and Toilet Soaps, assortment of Trinmii"*, Fancy O,*ids, Perfu nabe NEJof C, 2, :. nal Improvement and Steam Navigation Conpaav
,. Lands to blong to Hlk French Cloth Frock and Press Coat, Flack
." I ': parpirtin fine and coarse Combs, lru! .hes for the He.ii,Teeth marry, Cuttlery, i.r Ml of which will be sod E4eINW.Lof 6, 2, 5. The Conpany will soon complete their arraugerint;
IhcS. L I. &.Tru't Ca. Brown and Irvis Green. Castor Ueavrr; Sacks, Sax 'of
Nails and FIe.h. A article of Cold Cream low for ciih at their store >. this phce also lit which due notice will be given for purcbtsii
.. superior TFRMS--One-fourth cash the balance in three >
'. K: ;.N E: i..aISE3.S2T.RZNL1', (Jotha, lli\t Tweeds, and fancy col'd Cassimer do Cotton and other products of the
T '! R 2. X and C in pol!. For sal-s- bv LEWIS AMES. &their store i. Montic U equal annual instalment, with interest in advance country or rath
XV !. NE 4. Stc M, &. I' Pellots and HUnket Overcoats, &c., heavy Pilot liberal rash advances, all
4 : I I': &.M"I: 4, c2J,T 3. R 3, N and IXV4.XV LVccmber: .1-, ll7. 20 October ft17.I I IN 15 and Reaver; Cloth Overcoat, and Cloaks of fine Elk! Or, if any purchasers should prefrr to pay all cash, when required As soon upon asj property sfiipp*}
; practicable line ai f
\ }.suTiR3NaudE' and (Blue Cloths, Pantaloons ot Bla'k French Cas rite percent. will be deducted from the credit lastal a
I 1 I\RRCLS) EATING olice.SIX packets will be established by the Cornet
'.. containing 5"'..J acre- 9 APPLE jim.;-, Uik R.bhf'd. do., fancy Plaid, Check i. Mripcido menu. between Cedar Keys and New York
, w. W. -I C'l dj. Inch months after date, I shall ins accounts Lists of the particular tracts be had and New 0,.
Lu.l purpaitiu; tobtlonj to the (:ate : : present ; also Tweed, Salint'lt uti Jeans JQ. &.c.: VEST can by apply l leans for the of and
.r S 1 dn. Onions vouchers to the Hon Juie! of Probates 0 of Rlsck and Satins and Plaid Silks ins to any ct the Post Masters in lien I on n Marion conveyance freight passenger,
'. Fancy Striped ( .
Har th'rrblccurinf to all its
j '. S S I E J.Sec 3',T ?. R 2, N avl E. rlci\'fland for K>le cheap for cv'h br Jefferson Count, and apply far letters of c.sniiion; Velvet ts. Plaid Ca4meres and Valencias, Plaid Silk County or they will be furnished,if applied for, by htious mode of patrons of, a safe and cap*.
v 0 : .,.' W.SWJ. Sec :V..Tl.n2.NandF. December 4. 2617. 2'J' A. E. HOC. as Administrator on the estate of HenrY. Feldbcrg. Mazurkas, &.c. A.C. letter povt-pavl, addressed to TIIF STATE REGISTER eitliei market well theirpropertv |t.

: W T 1 I late: cf Jcflcroa county_ _,_deceased.IIFNRY AT TALLAHASSEE, FLOR IDA." as as return cargo to its place i. N i, boc. 2. I. t al.l i: I II' u Ihev have also an extensive assortment. of Cloths destination. The rates of will
transportation i ill
V.'V N r. 4. St'2, T 1, R :, :aod r. I I Lard and Butter, : GRFLNBrRQ.: Adm'r ( assimtr* ari Vestmgs uninanufartured, consisting i 'JOHN P.EARI: ), Rrsrutrr of instance exceed those heretofore charged M
I enti.ing :;TO received and fir sale low OctobfrlG! 117. 13 Cm in of French Clack Ve rulihr Lam!$ t} the Slate of florula. allowed
.< arr. per shr. Oregon, part : .Superior and XVool for like services, but a material reduction of
.t _, land* "purpirtin; tt bon; to XVilliaoi I,1 nll JUST A. i:. HOC. Cloths, do. English do do. do., English Blue and Tallahassee! Xov H, IS 17. 17 rates t-t contemplated at an early period as lOch

. niP S. f.. I. k Trust Co : r December' 4, t' 7. 2) Notice Invisible Green Wool D/e do, Black: Beaver am K>- The following papers will please publish the the increase of business shall warrant such soon u

, .' WsWsceT2.fl2.NandFIan her'!'y given to all pcr nn* intere'"!. that si, Cut.tr do., Frenc'/i mack Cassimcr, do. Ribbed dodo above three months and send their accounts to the The facilities offered to parties of pleasure and redocfio of furs
&.- 4, T 2, R 2, N anJ E. IS ., Fancy Plaid and Striped do of State Register, vi/ : The Florida Herald St. Ausu
Wood Cutters.ITTANTCfl mcnl!.alt'r datc,I sna:l preset mv Rilaccotia the latest and I (10 visit the Kevs.at all seasons of the )..
I J I. I; T 2. R :1.1 F. mst hionable styles VESTINGS'cf I tine; News, at Jacksonville ;ArnJs: Ocala Savannah OIIf of
: : and vouchers tol the Hon Jude of Probate in arid ; : Black and the most healthy and desirable retreats' for
XV E 4, Sec 3. T 2, R 2, Nand IXXV a nun'jor of strong and healthy Men Plaid Satins to. do. Silk, Republican and Georgian ; Clnrleitoa Mercury ia'aTidt
'., i, \ for the County of Jt'tier'Jn, and apply for discharge e Fancy Silk and XX'oolleVelveU and others in the State,and the beautiful and
T 2 R 2 K and E;, t to work as choppers Lib.rJIT es t to and Courier the Standard and the Rf'gis*Raleigh romu
N E: 4, Sec 3, god :n the Administrator ef the estate ef Anna Brook Cl..1'rh and \'arncia.l'c.tiugs! of Rich ; ; tic scenery of the Sumannee will. it i supposedeBn tt'

. 0 .. 1 containing J acres. A: A. FISHER, men.111)"IKIRCHCTT!to k LINDENP.ERGER. late of en J Co jutv. decca t d! Velvet Plush, &l". tc the Columbus Times, Georgia. : inducements to many to avail themselves of so elegant

an e
JAMES R. BROOKS.Jeffkraon ,
r and oflcio'iTm Collector November tt, It17. M (PCJ-:: The papers which hive been rc'1' ted to
November 27, 1M7.: n 3u t Co-ruty, Oct. O'l, ''47. !j tea Ht!3B.nd CapsMonterey'Ero.; ( ) and Bleach'd. Cctto publish the Florida Land S.IIl."will please add Company. having as they believe, made illlequiaitearrangrrnenM

Linen and Cotten Shirt, Undershirts, the for the convenience and .
Furniture. sales in Madison and Jcflerson Count i:3. above.. M.cotnmodation
1. Bacon, Flour, &c.TtlSTT U.; !.-MAIL. LINE Bk! Its! Silk Cravats Silks and Merino do. And the daily ptpeis in Charleston and' mannish, of the public they solicit its pabID.a .
received from New York, : Fancy Satin do Lambs XVoo! aud : the p.
JUST Angol viz- Mercury and Courier and the Republics
'" received per schooner Eiicia, (roo New Or. :S.amUome Mahogany' Sofa, ctf.1 '." "ih Rich Fancv Satin ebd ; Undersl.irls, and Georgian,will please publish week For further! particulars, apply to Me,!,,,. D. p.
once a
0' only
I Ieara. I pr. Divans. For sale l-y .J1.lIt Plain GO Scarf, : Brown Cotton and Cotton for three month!. ,' SMITH & Co., Columbus Messrs. SMITH 4. H.*RRI .
I Ca Bacon Hams' LINDENBERGLRNovember -"F ;' ; I ( J, Madison, Messrs. PUTNAM
lflLT .:: i" J Jennv Lind IlhksEik. ado Drawers, November 27,1547.Middle 19 [ RICHARDS,
I." I cle.tI .SLeS! 7, b- I: m, o.L..1J'.. : 9141'1-4'.i._ ; White and CjiVl Kid Gum Elastic Suspenders, Cedar Keys- or to the undtilirned.

u! ---- CIon, Merino and Cotton Half. District of Florida JAMES TUCKFR
-- -- --- --- ---
, 2 JJ"il. Illinois' i "loir j i r Hose And other,. Proprietors.
Half bbl>. choice Furmlv flour, BULL &PRATORIUS, From Tallahassee to Macon. XVAKULLCIRCUIT AND COUNTY. COlumbus, Florida. January 22, 1948. 3-3
f ly
.- ; Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas, Money Bolts
Darnel Plaintir )
Mackerel I Ladd
2 ,
neXI. the corner store iimlfr the Fcntinrl Offiee and 27irou/ h in fortmi.f1e3otrj from Tallafiossca t.Macon Sh&ulder Liacce. i.c &". ( ,n Aachnnt.(,
}For nl 1 lo-v .1 Tax
8 Barre's! bv t'J. City Collector's
Grl.n Apples. ( ,' Sale.
opposite the Fliariiix Emldinrs and to Chm Itslo.i in t.rc t1l8. CL\RK A STILLMAN. Lockha'rt Defendant.Debt {27 53'
November 27. 1'17.1 10 F. ,
10r.I i/i time to take the MnJ Beats 01 October 23. 1S47. 14 BY VIRTUE of authority rested in toe bylaw, I
) OPENING a choice and WfI! selected is hereby given lo the said Thomas have this levied
Notice. ARE:I\ J\"vrlh thefowlh day. NOTICE day upon aid will npOH at
. ) of (LOlliS, CAS,IMhRS VEST- Stajc will leave Tallahj&oe on Moudivs, a wci'ra l and all other persons interested in the public sale before the Court-house door in the
-'!Xrr.9nt's' after date. the Adminirator! of the ; IMSandRKDYMDECLOTHLU. 'llepreat: THE II IAtorncyl1 above cause, that the plaintiff, Daniel Ladd, has instituted uf Tallahassee City
I davsand Fridays, at 4 o'clock A. M., during legal hours ou the first M
I J estate ol R. Humphries, der asbte of Leon care s'li ta"to bestow in the selection! of I hff oods antI arrive in Macon, (cia QUincy I5i.&biuge; Newton Lnw, this suit by attachment i issued from the d. dar in March, ISIS, the following property Is ml o-

.} Cointv' mil p'ejit: his final! account and vouchers warrant I hl1 in .avin:to.all viho wish to jmrcha Albar.v, .'rnoncus, and Perry.) on TI\ -da'ys. fonticfllc! Jefferson Ccnnty, FloriJj. fice of the Clerk of the said Vr'AuIla Circuit Court Lots numbers J>3 and 54.being and lying it I":
. tt tUG JI,1:" of Probite aI said Count, aaJ ; bargains, )ou will do well I to call and cva'nine against tIe lands and tenements, goods and chattel. south half of
Ion. goo Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M. in attend (the Circuit Courts ef the Midde county quarter, within the li.itlor
yrav for :-'-h:. from soil 1 administration.LEWIS our It t\cud! be a great tax on time and j ta- I time torthe cars for avannih Leaving Macoa on I WILL aad of t IK County of Columbia of the ol tie said Thomas Lockhart, who resides beyond the City of Tallahassee or so much thereof, will
:27.1"7. I It! ti to lurncrateJhe: thterent! stvles t and the limits of this State, for a debt due lo the said
n''mbpr fm net pattern the Tau due thereon
loudJ\s,We rHsdaYf, and Fridays 4 o'clock A. Euteru Circu.tFlorida.Munt.ccllo paY City for the year 1847.
composing this assnitment : su'iice it lo gj> that a 1\1. and lrri"nr in Tallahassee on Thurs Ladd! on a promissory note, executed and delivered Levied as the of R.
& AMES Tuesdays. August 12,1546. S upon property RafTerty.ind to
: ol these cloths and earners and payable to W. H. Perry bearer, dated the Stb
portion : are of I>| |(- dn!. aid Saturdays at 10 o'clock P. M This (line t r be sold for cash. JOHN WILSON,
V INr1L'Gs ain% Itoastrd I iistre/aedtheclothinznnd, of November, 15-11, cu? ere day utter its date, and 5
: ALrR connects with the Central Rail Road.S..nnnah, Augusta February 19..9. 29 City Tax Collector.
every article of their stock is of a style and quality Law TVoticc.BROCKENCROUGII which ncfe was transferred from thus 5aV.: U. ;
and XVelern
) MF.D'CINCS\ PAINTS, OILS MillcdgMillc Rail Road to CoItcibis
that th tidjons. Perry bv delivery for \alusble consideration to the
'ill(3"0 1' la. It abs connectsTith the Mail Line Jefferson Circuit
: ,
. TIe! Arliflrs PtromuYt &c., Window Clas l % They mention that these CLOTHS are of frr/tn Q uncv to Chattahoochie, and thence to Apalachiccla. & MAXWELL. said Ladd, now amounting, principal and interest together COurt.

.4 .PAINTER' ERt snts A"D COLORS, the finest texture the best t Elfish wool dye French paN.pn-rers rail go from Tallahassee to 10 the sum of three hundred and twenty IN CHANCERY.

Apethecarics' Glass Ware A.C.ilE wool dye black,co.Cassicoer,Lntwool d.T black. Columbus in three days, and but one night will be WM; : II.. nn9cKEmROUGlI"ill return to Ho seven dollars and fifty-three cents Now the aid "Viliiam Bailey Adm'r de bernie non o'f isbn 11 1,

do. Cass, French and German L1ck coths,do. Cas spent on the road between Tallahassee aud Macon. in time to Attend all the Courts of the defendant: and all other persons interested in the l lam!, deceased Complainant,
ri above constantly ou hand,and lor sale at the French fancy Cpssimers.VESTINGS The public reSt assured that attention will Middle Circ'iitau.d Jacksun and Franklin Conn above suit are hereby required t.) enter Ins or their 1 t',.

lovtcs! market prices. ; ef fine (lack Satin, fine plaid Srtin. the may cctuort those who every ties in West Florida B. i. M. will also attend the annearanrc and nlend tn the iWlaration- filed in the Tilman D. Purifor. nffnJant. _
be paid to ol pi&tror.iu : -
Silk, XVooIlcn Velvet, Cashmerett and Polkanett. this Line. cay Supreme and Federal CuarU. Their time will be sud ;lit. n- r-betore the t r:3td;; of the next May appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by

. I'e )hare received hy lite arrivals larce additional Cerro Gor In and Chrrubu. Monterey checked. FARE: devoted rjtlutiteli/ to the legal profession and Circuit Court to be b.td ill the sjid County of XVaku'.la IT made in this cause, that Tilman D. Fa-

fnpnhes of IrtigiJfedtcinesattd Chemicals,which, READY MADE CLOTHING,-Superior Fire Llk. From Tallahassee to Quincy, . ogetbef with rao. of the popular patent remedies, French Hress and frock coats, do. wool ; of him or them by default. Honda and in the State
. English dye $5 to Alba lY, $11 1 and to Macon, &22. prosecution which arrangements Lava. been madein of Georgia, on notwn of
ro.drour assortment the largest and most varied in do. do, French Ca<.jimer Sack Coats, Doekio do.. ; WRIGHT i. SAWYER, I rr.prietors Washington. DANIEL LADD. the solicitor for complainant: It u Ordered That

the State. black and fancy cloth Sack mixed doe-skin opera I:> JOHN M YARN, Agent.Oflire March 13, 147. 34 February 19. I84. 31 the said Titman D. Purifey do appear and aniwer
/ We have nowtfn: store a! lot of QUININE teart coats black beaverrlcrfh sack and over-coat, black the I the bill of complaint filed in this cause within feet
fry- at ( Planter's Hotel Tallaha..eeC.E. .
anted pure and of rrry tupcriarlquahty.: Cloaks. Paiitaloontoffanc black Cassimer,medium Notice.SIX Land for Sale. months from the date of the publication of this order -
'. BAILEY Agent et Mai NATHANS.n; .
, "I t Just received a large assortment of do., a great variety of fancy Ca!rimcr pants of the ; 52 rpHE undersigned will sell that fine tract of land or the said bill of complaint will b. takr for

. rUKSII GARDEV&SEKDS, latest st'.Ie. ,', I of evrrv, description Military July 17.1547. months after date, shall present my final ac- JL known the Overstreet tract,situate about six confessed : Provided, That a espy of this order k

froi tho celebrated gardens of Hovev &. Co. Trimmings' Hosiery Shi't, Gloves, Cravats !>lf- Fenders.OfE find vouchers the Hon Jude of Probatein miles north of Tallahassee in Leon County, and adjacent published in some newspaper printed in the Midi

Alsi a .nuil invoice of rhoire esr(LRNDYANOTVINES ; adjuatin Stocks: Suspenders, and almost everythingconnected and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for a to the plantation of Mrs Hall Said tract Circuit of Florida, once a week for the space ef fontmoitbi.
and llt ofClG.lof' extra quality. Allf with a gentleman's! outfit DOZEN SHEET IRON FiNDERSahaDJ. discharge as Administrator of the estate of Abram contains about six hundred and forty acres, a portion (Signed)
arUcb, for sale byGE0RE late of said count deceased.
Grauthazn ,
which wcoObr for sale at tbe lowest cash !prices. U i. P. are prepared execute all orders accordmz of which has been cultivated and otherwise im- THOMAS DOUGLAS. Judge

'' LEWiS t to &the latest and most approved style H. MEGINNISS. WILLIAM GORiKN. proved. Satisfactory titles will be made to the ptirrhaaer. December 15,1517. 22 4m

i ,. Tallahassee.' November 21.! I"37. AIE. N. B. lv!, the next ar 'al we expect to receive January29I4S. 23 4t Uonticell., September IS, IS,17. 9 Cm Terms made known on application to

.i. 1HERE.MAINDFR.( Lamps, &c. THOS. JEFF. HEIR, Sweet Orange Tretf.
Wakulla Tax ollector's October 16, 1817. 13 Coffee. ArMit and AttorneY for the
ounty PATENT PORTABLE COMPOSI- --- -- owner. 1000 SWEET ORANGE TREES two yea .
SALE. PORTER'S BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE February LI: 1-IS. 31 4t old, for sale at 61 each by the 100 by
;' LAMPS, B new article flat gives a 90
:5'J' do. Rio do. M. L. !. KIR.
Leon Circuit Court. brilliant! light, without either email or smoke. The
the authcuty vested in mo I by law Notice.
BT T tCt 2'i do. Laguira do. January 29. 1&43. 23 6t
subscriber intends keeping a supply of the fluid always
I have this diy levic upon, and wi expose; to IN CHANCERY. Land Just received and for sale by persons indebted to (the estate of Louis Joiner

:, public lyof XV'tkuih stale. in,front State of Flcnda Court, lou!{, the coun- Creditor XiI fur settlement of Estate. on GEORGE H MEGJ NlSS. Sept. IS, 1647. 9 LLOYD Jt FLAGG. ALL: Hamilton County, deceased, are requested Orange Hill School.

January 29. IMS 2; 4t to make immediate pajrr.ent ; and tL"sa having n !HE undersigned takes pleasure in informing the
,"* O.i thcfrst Monday in ;May next, James E Broome and others for themselves and DR. C. II. BUNTING, demands are requested to present them in terms ci J. public that they have established a BOARDLNG '

'. fcetwccn the usual hours, tho following pieces or other creditors. ol A. M 1 Gathn Complainants, DR. J. REESE'S SURGEON DENTIST, the law, duly authenticated. SCHOOL at the beautiful and healthy beatles of

*. parcels of Laud \iz: tt permanently located in Quincy,Florida ELIZABETH JOINER. Adin'x.February Orange Hill Washington County Florida w btbi
j Lot number b, coutaming 474 acres, and known Turbutt I Beltan, Sarah A. Betton, Iii, Wife Executrix LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. HAVING tenders his services to the publicin 19, 1'3 ts. 31 2m view of establishing a permanent Classical Aeadtaj-
A. M. GatLn and
, ai the Uiver Survey according to the original tur- a JJefendatits.WHCRCIS ERSONS of feeble restitutions and those of sedentary the various branches of his profession From his Notice. They have engaged the services of Mr. ROBERT

Alo lots By an order made by his Honor F troubled with habitual I and in he feels assured VINBURN, of the cf forth
; rer made bv Asa Ihrtfed.n'evor. habits are oJt'1l & e experience success practice, week. after date I will apply to the Honora- a graduate University
t- fu'mher 3l, 40, 41,42, ,. ,:11.l it.1.,GJ.! CJ. 02, Judge, on the lit December tiveros, which ellen exerts a verb uulavorabie of being able to please those who may patronise him. SIX Judge of Probate in and for tile County of Carolina. Orange Hill is pleasantly situated on the

: I G3, G3J, 7n.( 71, 7s, "J, tIt,2'CJ. :J. 1.7.8. 14.- 1>I7. mat the above entitled cause the underkigurd influence upon their general health uliich is |'attic- Dr. B. refers the public to iVakulla, for letters of administration on the estateof 1 lolmes Valley road twenty miles west of Mariano,

: Containing each 3<>0 acres; and known and described w&s appointed among other thing, to take ularly manifested( ly irregularity, il not total los.. of Cot. XV. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. DAVIDSON Richard H.Crowell,late of aid County,deceased. is distant thirty or forty miles from the Gulf of Mtico. -

'- by said numbers according to the original surrey an account ol what i!due to Complainants for their appetite. In this condition el the system this Cr- Gen. C. H DUPONT, Dr. R. LITTLF.. HARK1ET M CROWELL. and abounds in the purest free stone water. a(-
. mad bv Asa Ilartlield, fvor. claims and to all other creditor bl .4aid A. U Gat- tide is confidently r 1Sl.
Newport. Jtnaary 22. 27 Ct
f All the above described iota ol' Land situated IvI '- 'hn.vMth) intere.t thereon ; -uj it was ord.'rtd further that if the d'Jse M i properly adjusted so us tot to on at their residence as usual. for (the planters in the adjacent counties.

. ligandbeiagin the lo'Jrly o XVakulla.oti the west .That the sail Master da cause an advertisement move the bow els too actively relief ma: be relied September II, 1517. 8 Notice. They deem themselves fortunate in the selectionof

\ ihia: of the XX'akulU River b.ing a portion of what to ba I"hisa.d! in tie Floridian,' a newspaper ipon without any or even the least unpleasant consequences their situation, since they believe it to be one of

, I is known as Fori).' Purclia-v, and 'It'vied upon as tH in Tallaha-, and in ueb resulting from &the use of common purga- Negro Clothing. ALL person having claims against the estate of the most healthy locations in the State and one at
P. Heath tate of Hamilton deceased
'', the property of tlu! Apl.tchirola Lind Ccmpanv, other public nC\H'raler a he shalthiuk proper fur tin medicines usually! resorted to. County. which there are as few allurements to vice-a con-
PIECES Ker 50 do. Plain, 20 do. Lin.se them authenticated
'.n anj will bo Itt to s tisiv their I.lt and County Tax &the creditor & :, to'come Persons subject to liilious Cholic may rely on the 50 evs are requested present duly idcration which should be of paramount importanceto
5 bales Lowell\ O nabur 5 do. within the time law the
s. Virginia *
: by or
in before him, and their debts before
fur thecojaly cl XX'akulli' tor the year 1"- prove on cr preventive properties of this medicine by using it on every parent and nudian. As they purpose ed
. 5 bales Domestics 5 do. 7-S Domestics 5do : will be harmed those indebted to the estate,
AIHJAH Shcnflt tir,! day of May nut ; and that sjch ol l the creditors I he tirtintimatioael an approaching attack. There ; ucating"their own children at this place they lot

., a and J cz-ifflco fax C IIL Co. who shall not come tn and provctheirdebUby t the time are some constitutions liable: to regular attacks ufJilhouj do., 10 bales Negro blankets, 5 cases Negro shoes, eamestlv requested to make prompt 'payment. only intend at all times to keep a good and comp
lcctor W.ull. wool hats and Just received and for sale JOHN (.. SMITH,
* '., k OctoVr 19. .ls7| 1- afon'sJil. kliall Lc excluded the LcreQt of this decree Fever almost every fall ; to such the u.e of caps. by tent teacher but that board shall be obtained upon

.* ; /1 (that sacb! persons not parties to the bill, &his medicine is r'roniuiended, beginning to use it S. F. BURNEY. SheriffaDd ex fijfieto Administrator. the most reasonable terms
, _______
Spanish Regalias. who shall! come in before the said Master to prove I.OJ.1. .1...u" ..".Uy...1.11. u.nr I'0.1, u.np..;..tor. ,. .1...."A. September! 23, 1947. II) January .lSI 2i( _nn __2m__ TERMS PER SESSION

0 20 000 JUST received per Ung Lucy. andS their Jels, do, before they are admile.diredor.contribute Those whosedigcsliva organs are feeble often ex M. D. PAPY Petit Gulf Cotton Seed. The Elementary Department. $10 00

., S ( r sale by to tic complainants proportion perience a sense of fullness, weight and oppressionabout I Arithmetic, Grammar Geogiaphy and History
L. II. GREENBERG &CO. the expenses of,tbis soil, to be settled by the said the stomach alter eating will find this medicine i- i12 @m lli W9 40 1 SACKS genuine Petit Gulf Cotton Seed 13 00
. & Master." And also ordered that For sale on consignment-apply to
October 31). I7. I was .an account afford almost immediate relief. Natural Philosophy the higher branches of
; l he taken of all securities or collaterals held by the Ladies near their confinement often suffer from WILL Practice in all the Courts in Ihs Middle J. R FORTUNE, Mathematicsthe"LatinGreekand French

creditors and a lie made of (the Office on the first floor of the Capitol Feb. 5, Ibl3. 29 At the Tin Manufactory.
Dr. J. H. Scales, respectively report heartburn and costiveness; : to such this article is % Languages. 30 00

'p SDRGEGON DENTIST .re. .and of the value of each. And it was also highly recommended as it can be used without the !, South wing, room formerly occupied by the Furniture &c. for Sale. Board can be had at six to eight dollars per month-
Secretary of the Carpets
ordered that .all parties may be examined upon interrogatories cast t danger and with great benefit. In sick or nervous The second session of this school commenced on
found at hi* old Rooms at J. L. Penvl-; and produce all books and in invaluable.This November 15, t54:. 17 PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Couches,
WILL papers headache it is 1 he 10th of January.
lljjse the fall and win- 1 handsome Book Case, with dr.aweis
( during their custody or power relating thereto oath Mahogany
l> upon article will be found to act as a pleasant cordial D. W. HORNE.
Per months, unless when professionally engatedDr. .- before the said Master as the said .ale shall direct and tonic, restoring the appetite and at the and desk 2 handsome Carpets, 1 Double Wheel Patent D. P. EVERITT,

:. S. haing just received a large supply: of all kinds, .. same time fulfilling every intention that the common ATTORNEY AT LAW Corn-Sheller the most approved article in use. BRITTON BARKLEY.

:' {>f material appertaining to his profession, is now Now therefore, all personselairning to be creditors purgatives are intended to ( 't. It purely re,- Qulncy, Florida. Apply to J. R IOR1UNEFeb. GEO. BALTZELL

. I prepared; to p"rlrr atopcrotion ,,itl neat no?3 and of nil A. M Gathn are hereby in pursuance of lable, and when. d according to the direction, WILL attend (the Juirtices Courts of Gadsden 5, IMS. 2!. At the Tin Manufactory. January 2 IS-t9. 27 4t

:! despatch! en the most apprwed I mid (order f'lift to produce their claim*, and the Till be found an valuable article,especially &lot t hose the Circuit Court of Middle Florida'
M er 1C. IS 17. 13 vouchers support (thereof, and all collaterals and Tax Collector's Sale.
Otc afflicted with 1)yspepaiaDeraagcmentof the Liver and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia.
I securities therefc, h*fore< me, at my office in Tallaliasse or General Debility. November, IS15. 19 tf FIT virtue of authority tested in rnebj law. 1 Sale postponed till lit Monday in NarC5.

1 nTHTARS lULS.1 OF WILD LCXVISiAMCS.CHERRY, for within the tit hinted ri said order and I Prepared bv Ductor J. Reese, Griffin Pike county fJCj-: Sentinel copy. LJ shall expose for sale, before the Court House GAD$DE."i SHERIFF SALE.

I/ .. Iebr 31 otherwise comply 'with the provisions of the same, : Georgia, and for sale by appointment at door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Monday I virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued fr1

I February. 20,1847. that( (lie\may be admitted I.arties to the said suit I E. UARNARD Jr's, in August next, the following described property! or BY Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court fo' tile

: Cabinet Making, &c., Dote thi;third day of )Nfmber. A. D. 1847. Drug Store Tallahassee Fall and Winter Goods. .50 much thereof witt be sufficient to pay the State County of Jackson, Westerns Circuit of F1or'

SIMON 10\VLE, Special Master. pANIEL LADD, Newort, RECEIVED from New York by Brig Henry and County taxes due thereon for the year IS t7 : whereilD.1nid Cook isplamtifT.and ReubenScod>*

> : \\RTNERSH I P.-The underlined I-avf as December 4,1S47. :20( tf Monticello, JUST; a large assortment of Section Township 1, Range 1. N aDd F., purporting defendant, I have levied upon and will expose H*

' 1 f 10ItelhemlercstoellCr.ardfromluHhtei Quincy, STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. to belong to W. G. Gould. ale, before the Court-Htu door, in theiiLrEi towS

'e i the t\Q!holt wi ( Family Groceries. HARDY CRYAN, Groceries A. A. FISHER Sheriff Quincy on Monday, t the Clh day cf December,iS4 t
.; ducted $br YCl&VINGFJWOCTS. They are A ont for Thomas county Georgia. Hardware Wood and WilloW Ware and tx officio Tax Collector Leon Co. the followmsr described to wit: nf
of work in their line, 'lTE have received by rate arrivals Irom New York Rope and Bagging I Nails and Iron freperty
j )prepared df descriptions Way ", 1S47. 44 January 29, 1 IS 13 23 laves Jeff, Dick, Fieldsand
reasonable V V and New Orleans, a choice selection of Groceries Hoots and Shoes Spencer
with fidelity and despatch and on a terms Sugar Boilers &.c. Jlc. ,* *
t I lor cal!h'or approved acceptances a* any workmen in suitable for Family and Plantation use : Negro Kerseys. For sale by G. W. HUTCHINS, Levied upon M the property of said defendant
to be sold to said writ of fieri (arias.
;I I the country. The continued patronago of the public Louis Cbec, Cohh. Mackerel and Shoulders, Raisins Bacon, Prunes St. 10 1 I CASES KERSEYS, 2 do Linscjs Sept. 13,1517. 0 LLOYD & FLAGG. AUCTIONEER satisfy B. C. XVFST, Sherift.Nov. .
i is tnpst respectfully! solicited.K. Just and'for ale &
received D-
: 5, Is47. 1C By JAMeS IJ in K.
French Mushrooms
-I- J. LYNCH, Raspberry arid Cur Sep. 15, 1M' g LLOYD & FLAGG. Deaf and Dumb AsylumOF TALL.1IIASSEE FL.1. 53The above sale has been postponed until ts'
h VINGERHOETS.a rent Preserved Lobster and Salmon
. 1 .'.: GERAJU, lrn Jelics. Ginllr.., CUrrfDt.*, superior KENTUCKY. SALES in'any part of the county attended to, and first Monday in January, 1S4SCO -
NOYlm Sbele Tea until thi'
t IS4. solicited
Tan. For sale low by Notice. rnUE. subscriber as the resident agent of the said (: The above sale tmas,been postponed

rt Received by the latest Arrivals, rmCUBr&LIVUEVBEBGEB.November A LL persons, creditors and legatees, entitled to i 'U,- Institution offers for sale IN tracts and upon REFE.NCNCCS : first Monday in February.
1" distribution i otherwise I H. BOND .' ., I LLOYD & FLAGG.J. January 8, 1S4S. 23 ,_,
LARGE assortment of READY: MADE CLO- 81,147. or interested in (tho 03- erms to suit purchasers,about Four Thousand Acres I
"' A. THINC BOOTS also a general aseortmect tate of Lewis Saunders late of Leon county deceased of LAND situated in the county of Jackson in the W. ARGTLE Esq, | 1). C. WiLsoN, }:*i;

of SIOE" ; Notce.ALL are hereby notified to exhibit their claims State of .'Jorida.1.0., the Right to Locale to a January 22, IS 13. 27 Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry

:: M L &!. GREENBERG &CO. person!,crtitors. J legatees, entitled to dis- and demands within two years from Ibis date to the limited extent. Thomas Jeff. Heir REPAIRED. ,
undersigned the same will be barred and all The above landi selected ,
or were at date
an early
I' : a October 30, 19-. 15 interested in (the estateof ; per. ,by npOXX'LE i. MYERS having secured !Ibe service
I. James M. Sloaie, late of Jefferson County d.ceal. .- I ions indebted to said estate are requested to make: an experienced judge and are believed to be amongst ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, L of an experienced workman who will attenI".

: : notified to exhibit immediate payment. the finest in the county. piactlce in the Circuit Court in each exclwivein
1-: i' for Wear. are hereby their claims 1 WILL he repairing of Watches and Clocks
Gds Gentlren' drnlalJ, within two years from this date, to the I LEWIS M. SAUNDERS, Executor. C. II. DUPONT of the Middle Circuit and in the Supreme are prepared to do all work in their line w busiie*"

BLUU, Bltt nroadcoht. Fancy und or the came will be barred : and all December, IS..7. 20 2m .gmt of .1:,. ff D.J. of Ay. Court and United States District Court at well and promptly.

: *inl rs. Saltinets, Jeot'lk, Satin perons rirnld. to said estato ara requested lo make Quincy. Jane 121847. 47 ly allahassee.Wontictllo. November 6, 1547. Ifl ..

p Vestings, Silk Velvet Rich Satin Silvered mocdiate; payment.JAMES. Choice Liquorg. January 2', 1948. 2S

t Vtting Rich Fancy Colored Satin Cravats a R. TUCKER Sheriffof other to the public the following choice Li Rifles and Shot.Guns. CITY HOTEL,

. ; en of Rent1n'. Bool sand Shoes, Jc/T/ .rson aid f* tjjieio Adm'r. WE Martin Smith & Thorn
: County \ ., all of which we will warrant u being qualities sizes i and prices.jot re- ,
J I J flati arid Cap; also of ready made February 19. $JS49. 31 .3m ASSORTED
aod tale lof the best quality : for sale by S. F. BURNEY. Commission and Forwarding Mfrchantx!
received for by ,
i : ,. flotbingjult 3 quarter caski mpr. old Cognac Brandy, September 25, 1S47. 10Caps.
, '" ,. S. f. BURNEY. Groceries.TUST I 2 Madeira Wine No. G2, Poydras Street.NEW.ORLEANS ,

". ?:.F &Ite?* r 25, JS47. 10 rcceJTed.per' Scbooor Tallahassee from New 5 bbls. old Monongahela Whiskey, LA.

t J Olh T.I 3 boxes of 1 doz.each,old Madeira Wine,.f lh. 9. M. U.RTIN-G.. SMITH-T1IOS. I- TH01CT.Rfftrt TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDit
;: DR.J.S.J3OND Flour, vintage of 1S28. Newton. Gordon & C
hi. professional services the citizcDf .. JO'bnt.he, J 'yi.ky.$ Champagne Wine Pott and Claret Wines JUST I Glazed Caps for Gentlemen tod Boys new t met the undersigned has been confided: Ike

.. OFFERS h o and the country.( >"S: H -- 'New Or ia. Maraschino Cordials. style,, which will be sold Very low. J. W.Argyle,A. Best wick, S: S. Siblcy TallahSct.J. .L -J-cnt of this Hotel

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