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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 25, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
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THE hanJsomest & erly: : cfBcer j'f.

A CTOEV OF HEAL LIFE. in the army. His height is over ail t feet, an f J
his person commanding. On horseback .'.
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cf true love never did ran smooth. of IIis J
: .Tk. course ., plet"r.t a figure unequalled grace. .

reader did you ever hear of' Mary ____ ____ _____ ____ __ ____ __ __ u -- -- -- --- --- - -- -- ---- -- --- ---- -- --- -- - ,-- nature i la ttle". bat irpJIUous like many l l
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Welden's first will party !' to Presuming tell all on about your ig.it, BY SIBLEY &DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 2j, lSlS. VOL. X1I-KO. 36. among his soldiers. elctein one f'' the Le.r "j,'.;
a prance, I proceed you I I s of Monterey as the victwr at M. J Iho oVl 4
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* .! fWD immediate notice. It came ofTa few Hardy, would stand a fair chance of l being expunged real or imaginary cauS she concealed the Fro' Me FprinsMd Gaxttte.JLVALENT1XE upon the ropes of the potty his enraged high.} onl ) to that of Scot posterity! .
pa. "I T.Jlor
. veVks; since, and created an intense excite- from that respectable document. I (act and the object from mc ; until to.-day I I 04 was left standing upon tire* legs.-tSe W ':th lire many (. an mm the ar ta ;.
.lc.PI sent in that portion of die fashionable,world The day precedinghe| eventful eveningat have been onablrto! discover wbolFe indiiiduals Almost every lady wants a husband of course, other be.nlike lOne of ihe New York Banks m/ h is risen rom the ranks. began i life .

crli U which our bero e.m \'ed. Everyjadjr ofote I length arrived Lut no invitation arrivedwith is, I have \the secret, and have deter. it she ii can to t "-* '. was4nfffe ;nothing was talked or it. I had hoped till then, but then alas mined to act accordingly." well as aLe authoress of the.follow in< : (brought one of his ears, and an .ne.t was York, the lattir ben his native c< m.OI. i-
or thought of but Miss; Mary Welden and her bop gave way to despair. The day wore I now expected to hear my sentence of expuUion \VgntrJ-a han.my path to guide, made I by a dozen strong men 10 p'dl Limoter. uealth.! On ihe breaking; ; out of the war of( C r ss -
rs first"party. Those who bad been fortunate I was in a complete fever inwardly and I verily believe! I commenced A.onward in vale I elide But the huge mass of flesh was i.n'notab'e.Tbe 191'J! Io'\eer. fi ed with that patriotic tudor : ;
for, enough to receive invitations looked upon cursing all aristocrats, hard-hearted fathers I trembling. Mr. Welden resumed : AI.d ln me should rny feet e',r sliJo book toe out of the ear, mtkinj a gash: which: ; U a leading tra.t; in hIs character he 1:.' I"i
the most favored of mortals. J.n.1 From wisdom' narrow wjv.IVantedan a fool long-:the cable soaped with his sTru! .
iks ibernievesas etc. I was rlad when the businessofthe .Mr. Hardv. I determined, lone since mluted! Cazimmimun sold.er.: Anothercierk ;
H.th. While those who had enjoyed the privilege of I was: O"er, that might undisturbed give vent that my daughter should never wed without arm on which to lean, files and Hannibal was again free, cave the Was his a companion.I Fortunately! for Worth, ; f" t!
m bare nod or a tip of the beaver in passing to the feeling of indignation that had all daylong my consent, and was determined to withhold: '\\ithout When djrk and of l.m'nn! clrud are seen, customary: chains on his Ire legs. A couple his friend soon comm'tted: ome indiscretion, ., ;
tke J lady in question, entertained hopes even I : been pent up within my breast. I drew it until I found a man: worthy uf! her; I had In sad a rv allliction'i light dj between*. oflong handled: and sharp irl 11.ar. *eien ir whIch: he was placed under arrest. I.i t luis .'ft- :
the last day, that they would not be forgot. and and sufficient for to such inches in length were lbl'f thrust i
till my cir up close to the grate, settingmnyelfcornurtaby good reasons coming lVanted-a emergency be pp'ied: to Worth, who und r. .
tnIo.. Dreu makers were at a premium, hairdressers conclusions and circumstances have since h.art-a1-n.\own into bis trunk, the sides of his I.lad.th.roots .
determined
'tea. : back in it, to lu whom are known oo'i, to write a pet.tton: for Lim to the Coo.! el.
It, were in requisition, in short, everything enjwy to i's! fullest! extent mankind's grand confirmed my resolution. 1 am not what 1i I II That in it!rr.j turn uruld:111 mAe Jfj, niooe: of his tail, and other parts of his btwlywh-re This officer h.tj'pened to be SCott, wh,, struck I J .
,pave dreadful note of preparation." pruilege of,:rumllin., until the hour should i bate been represented: ; I would never force tinl-an.lll I u!h Heaven its stay.: they were not likely! to )prote fatal: with: all wth: the elegant smile of the memorial, en. 1,j f r _

lb. Who is Miss Welden ? methinks I bear my arrive for house. I bad j I my daughter into! a marriage again t her \\ il.! W..nttd-ari. eye. \\h.t te'< r lU hue, the strength powerful men. q tired the name of the writer, and sending for o. .
unsophisticated: reader exclaim ; in pity fur scarcely got imself in a train, drawing neither would I consent to her marrjmga: a Whose dent.s! retell l atf.ction true, This was repeated scores (,times until his hint, made him his private Secretary. Ho : Ij 1'
Tf( iour ignorance, my friend, I proceed to fOU.I parallels: Letwren the merchant princes of I man whose only recommendation was the Andover beamnmnir' witii a \ body was covered with blood. It :is impossible procured for Worth the commission of a Lieuenaitt t
11r4it0 I lighten you. Mary Welden was one of the our own country, and the princes renal of possesion of wealth ; far horn it ; I woud! Andeetafid chastentd riy. to depict the rage of the monster at these in the 23d regiment infantry* From t h
Dt'l'k. iweetest syrens that ever set a toil, or broke Europe ; repeating to myself the "se.f-evi-: much prefer an honest, industrious and honor I n.mtd-i voice whose snecte&t lone demonstrations. I is well known that the hat hour up their unhappy difference in .
heart she turned of seventeen, truth that all created able though he was to one Shall l.r-l\ be ny own, Clephant: has distinct cries, one shrill ,
just dent even
t ; was men were equal, man ; poor Tliojjli: Lindwa.! ma' be show Mexico, the closest intimacy existed between ,1
* and beautjful as an Houri. She had lately and was just about proceeding to demonstrate of the mere butterflies fashion.; My! doctrine Uah i'II.Ht that it suall aay.* and sharp, by which he expresses rageain} -Worth and Scott. ; 4

" returned from school, afier having received to rmsell, h and sufficient argument that is, Virtue makes the man ; the want : !. or defiance, and another by which be tnanife In the battle! of Chippewa, Worth provedbe :' :t, 4 ,
i iOr ia goo \.nteJ-a wl.ne.soullc! eenfrom mn.
in the of her ) could ofit the fellow."' I bate been in busi. >ts pleasure and oLdienct. From the commencement .
> every accomplishment power j the liberties our country not by any long U'huse |t'fin"l'!( !\ill bur close scan, correctucs,Scott's estimate character, ,
leathers to bestow but her acquired graces I : exist another unle8stLe and Protidencc smiled And! .hn of the htle \trumpeted d fiance .
; possible means ness. h:1 u.xrn: my 'e mr re bribll-clrc wbit t can lay signalizing himself especially; and wascon. !
were but a tithe of her tltraclions. She pos. spirit of amtocracy was cr centurJ when a I efforts ; I am desirous of getting a )01:11; In trials !caht! d.!. to his persecutors, and every few mlnu quciitly rewarded with the rank of Cap'aiiuIn .. : 4.
tested natural xvitcbery enough to set half: iho |I thundering rap at t.o! door ended my rexerie.j I I I man, in whom I can repoc confi Jenc, to take '\.antl.-a oul to ninc twin, es would! charge upon them lo the length of the! Laule of Lundj-s Lane, Worth, afet t ,
blades in town by tbe ears ; but she had still j and caused me to statt \olvmtanU, as I cried i my place in the counting house, and in the I To !hvime I loathe-ai.d ;ii.are..ill sin, his chain with the whole: force c his fJur.1 several. hours of severe fighting, received ; .:It
another attraction si fficient lo counterbalance [ out in no very plei'an! tone, .come in.t I t} management of my affairs, so as to enable: m" I And whie: en earth-'A lib n-ebtgia striking on all sides and at everything dangerous wound. In comi i It-ration oftbuho r
all the others, and throw them far in the did not design to look tound at the intruder ''I to enjoy the rest, age and increasing infirm-. The unl hril'; day.co'QLEiiNG his trunk and making all crack alin.; : I was raised to the rank of Major. After th* '" 1''.
:ochJIf tilde. Had she been beautiful as Venus w hen ; until he broke silei.ce! : by asking, "Ii you ties seem to req'iirr. I ; LLEI'IIAXT. : Sometimes he would raise himself hint peace, he was, for n considerable; period, Su- : ,
go.eri. abe first emerged from the mists of old Ocean.to : Majsa Hardy'!" I anwsred in the affirma- From the character I have heard of.\'M, : feet and surge forward with his whole weight penntendecl of ibe West Point .Military .Academy .
create a disturbance among the residents of l ti Lye, and demanded; his bu ir.ess. I and from toy own personi! obvrvatioii this I We Late read in tli laM few numbers! cfPorter's I at his antagonists with the design i lo break!; a post which is always! a guaran'e: if thigh :
Olympus ; or avertable blue" for wit ; all .Here i is a note horn Miw Mary Welden, eteniri, you are just the km I of a mini: dc- aJmirable. : paper-the '?\etv York I his chain. But he wou'd! not yiMht. Like ability on the part of the cccupact. In .4tI I. .
would have sunk into insignificance in comparison .tI! Il me be sure: to gib it to Massa hardy ire ; if joii like my' tel rt, you can come inj : Spirit oflhe 'l'ims," 1 taiiely of anecdotes his namesake of old-hannibal; was too l5'Jl he was appointeJ a Lieut. Col. ; in 163'Ja .; 's' .
if with the attraction of which I hate his ; and to no other gemman, no how."- j I to my employ at once. I expect to withdraw : iliiutratitr: oflhe habits! : gLci'J: and ci! spoken. In one word, gentle reader, she was j I I sprang from my chair, and snatching the I from the concern on the first of next year ; in : tion of the Elephant, which has served to remind was kept up with varying success ; neither : ofthe 8th regiment of infantry, which is tbe !
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In heiress f She was the only daughter ofa note from the Babe! Mercury, dismissed him i! that event, I know of no one batter fitted to : us of an occurrence in this city' a few wound nor loss of blood! seemed to subdue rank lIe still holds in the line. Sjdsequentiy J:
allac.. rich old merchant, I with a quarter. I is nreJIes* to sa I tore it 't take my place! or l better entitled to it, than I I'I I: weeks since, a description of which we meant i !his temper or lessen his gigantic efforts to I, he was raised successively to the .; (: ft
.. to increase Li*store ) :: to hate given our readers at the time, but j! free himself. Once or twice with his brne.ran
e Whose constant care was open. Here is a copy verbatim : 'I Charles Hardji, m> clerk and SOi :law! pro. of Br.ga Her and afterwards of Major ,\ .
: And keep his only cbiKt at home" *'Mi'-' Mary Welden's cmnplmcnt"to Mr. : Mary I and 1 both prostrated oursrhes at tefeet : !! hate neglected it lmtithe well written arti. !! boscis, he struck a post upon which: the whole! I the fist for his gallantry in the Florida "'u. : '1 i
That is, at least, till he found a suitable r atch Chaj. Hardy., requesting pleasure of Ilis of the good old man.: -giatituJe andjoych des in the 'Timc! recalled o! tie facts i ito j weight of the building rested and ,visibly, moved (he bit l for his brilliant conduct at Monterey.U t'. J
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Dg., for her. The old gentleman was very fond company: this e\'nin Mr. Hardy will excuse ked ni) utterance ; when just at the our memory. t I it from its position. At last a fair cf the I hen TiJlur, Ttviggs, and Worth met at l
and indulgent, but on one point he was dec.1 j j3ed the lateness oi' the invitation : circumstances -I ment I was beginning to b'ammer! forth m.1 Our readers are aware thil a portion of' largest hooks were fastened into of: Corpus Chris i Lefure the Mexican war broks) a_ f' '!

. f < -be was determined his daughter should < !beyond] the control of Miss Welden, I thanks, a rude band grasped rnc by the Raymond ,\Waring Menagerie I are wintering j Ii.i bind>:: I 2g, and with pullics he was brought out, a .chlliculty! arose as to who should command :,
'" never wed a man who was not pretty well off'' prevented her sending it at an cailicr peri i der, and shaking me violently, exclaimed :-1 in Pittsburgh, hiring taken p->.session of, upon his hauncbfs. The ropes v.ere strong in case of Taylor's I absence. Twiggs t ;.: I I
-r far worldly- roods. lie loved his daughter': o d." I What the dickens arc \oudoin? on one of D. Leech & Co.'s large warelioiseii: and theme he lat unable to ri.e. Nothing!' claimed it. thou; -'h only a colonel boraute an : ; ttmi
I better than: anything else on earth, and next I What was to be done ? My pride was i, floor, bugging ui; that cLair J, and cu'ting! tuchfandangoes' i on the CiniJ. TwO brinclifs: oflhe rtablishm could exceed the! terrible magnificence of his ; odercounelt7aaii: % ob.: I Uer. claimrdit j l' i

M to her he loved mon"y. piqjed, but a I now felt confident that Mary : ? \\ by it n eight o'clock, and -nt ju'iird! at: t this point I for the} purpose ot! I rage at Ihis time. His roaring was like thl :( as'>, because a breteted Brigadier. But t i t
atx I bad: been fortunate: enough to form an in. I had no part in the hr'I.t, but I was not long 1 the counting-house door unfastened ; get up obtaining comfortable! winter quarters.: The ; W. He sassthat his adversaries Lad the i i\vygs asserted that a brevet conferred no 4' .
iimate acquaintance with the bright star that making up my mind. ,I will! go, I muttered to 1! man, and rouse >'oursef! !" large male! H'ephant: Hanuibal fiae specimen -t advantage of him, and his 5trs! were tiemcnJojs right to outrank a full commission. Tbe mat. -
-ooitr- vti shedding such a brilliant lustre ; but I I myself: and 1 did go. To submit my head to the !I I looked up, 'twas Mr. Brown my employer of the sj>eci"'s-and a smaller one, u female [: but unatailmg. The hooks were : tal! reercd! to Taj lor, who adopting the n
the unfortunate enough to be so badly off for i hands of a barber, fit myself with a pair ofwbite I er Old elden and his beautiful l daughter I called the Queen, were thus! brought together. I again thrust into his tar and he was ruled ,'! ru'e: laid tlow n by Jackson, decided against ;.1
i, Cf the needful, that I could never indulge the unexceptionable kids, and order cab disappeared in the twinkling on an oye. 1 II I had been lore years s:nre flanuiliil over on to his hide. All fur of his legs were I I I Worth. On this Worth, following a precedent .:
-riljJU thought that the old gentleman would sufferme I f>r nine precisely was the work of a very I had been asleep and dreaming I ppranp to : bad seen o>ie of hn k'ud and at first the 'I then tied together with: strong ropes eo that. ', set by Scott, resigned his commission and .
to entertain a hope of winning the fair i short time. Without detaining my reader j m>' I feet, most terribly chppfailen.! l vas too iiir scented somewhat terrified at be. I' he could not riseand after Ihrhr: :his trrk'!,! burned to \achington. During his absence r { II
Ole, when the whole of my assets-ii leI. with a description of the various devices to 1 late to po home to tea anJ I adjourned lo the I htaldig: a brute nearly us large as hinl'Cf! I anJ tall awhile, hn at last gate: a cry ofsubmisfion. ,I the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la 1'aU ;'"i
.. tept a pretty good stock of impudence t I which I resorted for the purpose of (setting nearest eating house. Nine o'clock-just the Tne) soon got acquainted, however, He was fastened with: strong chiin, I| ma were fought ; on hearing the intelligence : f :
- scarcely exceeded five hundred; a 3 ear. I had mj self of to tke best advantage, I will only t hour for which I had ordered the cab. saw me most amicable understating: seemed to have I' his fore legs were fastened: by a cl.am g''n;.i i. of wh.ch, Worth recalled his resignation and J ri
met her at Cape May, where every body I say', : after considerable wrangling with I passing old Welden's house ; along line of been established between the pair, who. when aro ind each tusk and across his head, and II'i rejoined the army. Every one knows boW 1 : '. l
items (or the time being on a level. We cabmen, and running several) imminent risks : private carriages and cabs stood before the the Managerio ,'a closed t.er chained side w at then permitted to rise. He was a luc! i gallantly! Le fought at Monteray He was re. ; J
34'e. viltzed tegether, we danced together, and I of soiling my patent leather loots, I was final. I I door ; pretty girls and dashing beaux were by side in the warehouse. sullen fir a day or two ; huts his warded for that bloody day with the brevet ._. J "
.. we promenaded together Ob, dear those I admitted into the house great man, alighting from them. Sweet strains of music .I Putnam, or a he i is universally known a. healed he give in," Much to the joy of rank ofMa. (; neral. t, ,
tweet moon.light walks on the beach, where III ushered into the gentleman's dressing I issued from the house, aol alight streamed mong the showmen .old Put," who has Old Put who. like mahouts in general, has I \h n it was determined: to besiege Vera '. ,:
, bJ nery thing, from the sighing of the fresh I room : fortunately for me, as I thought at the l from the half-closed shutter I looked up at been for years Hannibal's keeper, goon beqan a great affection for his charge. He i is now I j Cruz, Worth, with most of ibe other generals t.t
Pu..( 'I breeze and tumbling of the breakers, to the time, I was pretty late. Consequently the the hou.e, and muttering between my teeth I to perceive that his Jorhhij'1 usual good in fine condition and perfectly obedient.ron was detached from Talor's army, and ptaceJ ?' :
> .1, 1 cunning little hoods with which the ladies dre ling.room was deserted and I was loft to something about pride, and humbuggpry went temper was leaving or three l'alLsturgls Cu! I I under comrmud of ?cua.t the landing at ', ; t "
h.tWf' tnrmmtn tU.:_ -r f ---. ,.. ... 6. I -i--. "'J & 1, ..._ ._.1_., .., Il.L..II ,i itixiic ala to Ouil, and further. one's heart, and fit it for tender impressions. I remark. When I first entered sateth od: Put was laid and the Gentlemen. DJ- .
exciting any I,: not. prostate, keepers Leap year.- : le happy son, anJ took the 1 ad consequently, in leavin. : t :
act Oa such occasions we would extend' our el.r the parlor advanced to meet and generally began to that it cf.\. 1). 1' '
Mary 1S4-4
r I me I I perceive was ne. ring this entire tear you are .: the tLips. Having effected his disemI 1 -
or. cursions to the run, within a short distance: of: proffered her hand with the most bewitching I Ii I! Coolness and Good i'urtunc-Oa ce to keep their i distance." be flattered wooed .
for ]I l'ridiy !sary privileged to or won.- I l a kation in the face of the rn' ray, be drew 1 1 t
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- U tie light-bouse and rather beyond the usual i grace ; I never saw her look so beautiful. last, at th; sale of a large quantity of plants Thinking i possible: that the presence of a Think of the thrill pleasure! which wi ti- j up hi. troops in gallant style, and awaited the .
die limits of an evening promenade. Nobody, She was attired in a sail simple white, and I 1 I at auction in the Arcade, Gen. T. N. Waul, companion might be the cause of Hannibal's brate throught each of you a some one arrival of ober: divisions. On the capitulation -! iJ
0Ja lot tbe most modest and retiring youth in ex.istcnce entirely free from any eltraneous ornament, ''': of Mississippi: while under the pressure of a j ill-temper, the. Queen was sent to Turtle i queezes jour hand with the pressure of fund i i i.affection. of Vera Cruz, Worth was at the cunveu- .: : .1,
could have asked fur a more favorable if I accept a single white rose thai nestled in ., large crowd of people, felt the pressure par. I Creek to obtain new winter q-iarters, and his Imagine jour transports as she lion that d.c'.ated tbe articles, and when the '
opportunity for preuing his suit. For my own her Lair, fit emblem of innocence.Had I '! in the of his left and alone" her fair round waist and "
spotless ticuarly severe region pocket majesty was "solitary to his passes arm Jour ga. : city was taken possession of by the Americans; ;;
-., part, I felt most desperately in love, and having I netereeen her before, that one glancehad I book, which he soon after discovered had b"er. I own meditations. But ihis only s-erned to zing fondly! at jou, pours forth tows of ten.:' loie in ad\'aDceuhe bead of a brilliant cortege ; ..

the opportunity for declaring my passion, been enough to fill my mind with her image I taken from him by some pickpocket. The I I I render matters worse. He seemed more and derc!! How charm-ii: to bs hugged by her j into the public square. He was now r ; _
, 1' did not hesitate to embrace it. I quoted fore ter. i I pocket book contained a large amount ofmon. I nmre sullen and ill-natured, refusing lJ. foo whilst she draws close to you upon the lora i appointed Governor of Vora Cruz. When : i
Childe Harold's apostrophe to the Ocean. and After the street girl had taken me the ,I I ey. Without being disconcerted, as is gen. until at last he got into one of those frs! ofrage I low glorious: to be kissed by her behind the i I the army began its march for t the interior,the '. f \ -.
she sang M Rockaway"-I wished the de. rounds of the room, and introduced rnu tlI I t erally the case, the General walked quietlywithout j to which, it is said by natural historians, dc- lapp bachelors-:'avored f fellows for I for awhile, was under the command of .1 4.Twigga 4.ann

- Jell were my dwelling" place, with one fair most! ofber young friends, she escorted me to j| any outcry to the door to prevent I I ''ban's! are frequently). subject. He became I you wi bright eyes sparkle: for lOU wi rO.I'' but subsequently, it fell to Worth! "' .
spirit for my minister, and she agreed that it tbe family* quarter in tie LIe paror: and in. I egress from the room. He then addressed. the : entiicl beyond the control of-any one, refusing : sy lifts pouted, and the fond love (, again, who was the first to enter Pueba! in -: 1
II would be delightful. In short, we both, to all I troduced me to her father as Jr. Hardy the i, crowd, stating his loss and his belief that the i to oey! his keeper, ant waging war with will anticipate! each wish, and enhance each consequence. It 'a at this city that the unfortunate ,
,Q appearances, felt most elegantly" in fur it : I young gentleman! she had met at Cape May." i gentlemen present would aid him in detecting: : every person or thing; w was within Im joy. Ladies you insist up-m jour privilege I scriesofnnisur.dcratanidings between 1.
ofU AI. **to all appearances, for my own part, I I was astonished and embarrassed, but Mr. I tho Ihief A general search was proposed, reach. He broke and tore in pieces the You have three hundred and sutj-sii him amid Scott arose which hate interrupted .r
.sincere, as the fluttering of my poor heartat Welden relieved from aikwardpredicament assented the floor of hi. : allotted anJ it is i it 1 .
37. soon me mj' was readily to by shouts .ral:1 continuity: endeavoringto d tJ' >ou, Jour duty to go a f.i-nJship of thirty.five year's continuance. r''
H. tke bare mention of her name could testify ; by shaking me heartily by the : of those present. As this operation wes about i: break frm fastenings: and from abstaining : whilst )ou're )'oun If any fascinating fellow l. '' This is not the place! to canvass the atnDunt
-tbh but as to her sincerity I cannot speak with band, and scaling me by his side. I soon recovered -I to begin, a gentleman present saw the waving : from foo became so thin in flesh that with Apollo like form, graceful as Au- '! of blame rightly belonging: to each party.i .- .

:a, equal confidence ; that remains to be proven confidence, and tbe old gentleman : and agitation of a large plant, as though a ;, it was. feared wouid die .No OIC daredto tinous and.bewhiskered like Usaa, has entrapped i| i Balh, perhaps, hate been somewhat il the I, J
by the sequel.After deal l of 1 tie bird had him, and all mo-i.entarv'' affections jibe has kindled I .1
displaced a great tact, by manner I just alighted upon a slender bou:h. : approach were in : your tirgiu Wl :;. .
ale x.al- our return home from tbe Cape, we in which lIe drew me into a tete-a-tete on the I Upon examination the bird was found to be the met frequently, not altogether by accident, crops, stocks, Chipping interests, politics! Arc. I I identical ocket.hook which Lad been lo'fi ble to calculate! : the amount damage: to lift: you hate let concealment like a wrm in I, present-the hero of thai. day was Gen. Per- '. :
ODof either.. We again had our long walks, and I I now felt m) elf perfectly at 110m,. Fortunately i I i the rogue who stole it no doubt finding it lik* 'amid property which he might cause7 It be. the bud. prey upon your damask cheek' now i si'ur' F. Smith.: But at CLuruLuco, his division .
.e did not neglect to renew our old promises for me we were both of the same way :1 a hot potatoe, hard to hold, took this means of !' came evident that unless! means. were taken :' is the turn to let out Jour pent up ngGIJ.- i was engaged at the fete du point, aud -. ..' I
I' ofconltaDC that ]. The reader will bear in mind I thinking, and we chimed together most barmonioiuU. I' relieving himself his ill gotten treasjre. II speedily to tocoliquer him he would be :.gone ] Perhaps the dear creature knew not of jour fought, under his own eye, with astonishing 1
this was without; the knowledge or con. .-While! we were thus engaged : The General then informed the assemMige; ecphant.: A can.ultalionu I.elJ: among ;)referer.ce. Hesitate not to (ell him Iet jouI intrepidity. is the characteristic of Worth i (
Dis.- sent of Papa; he would never have tolerated ; Miss Mary came up and said, *' Core, pa, we !, that the pocket-book was unrifled of its contents j kf'epers and it was .reso'ted: tolrt." i I lose the golden prize and pine away in an. that he can inspire I his soldiers with a portionof a t
,01 the idea of his daughter being thrown away can't let you monopolize Mr. lady, we want and thanked them for the ready manner i But an enraged elephant! not securely chained cent maidenhood. Talk up to him-it U I his own headlong valor, and thus secure .
upon CM 1 far inlerior to her as he would .''I. him for the next cot'llion.t course, accepted :Jin which they had assented to the sea rehi | was no mean antagonut. The immense I Jour riht-" the law award it and the court i iI victory. The march around the southern side t ) I

a cubte have cnlidere me. her offered hand, anJ together we operation ;" closing with the remark thai no strength of the brute, and the wel known obstinacy I allows it.' I of Lake Chalco w as suggested by Worth, td
ting an end ; and our plea took the lead in the quadrille about being I crowd could be found where a combination I and ructiteness! an animal in The jear. is called leap year, because it is.. whom the practicality of tbe road was communicated ,t .
I did not prove. an exception to formed. After the quadrille was over the: honest men would not all times triumph over I this condition were fearful considerations. the ladies privilege to jump into arms of the !I by Col. Duncan, of Worth's divis ,t
) the general rule. One morning I had mether band struck up a march, and Miss Welden and detect the rngues.-N. O. Picayune."A He. was surrounded by cages of lion, liters, I man she To prove it so, we quotefrom I ion. The change in the routs of the army il
JIl : I! a usual, before business hours, and we proposed a promenade. We led off and the bears, panthers, and other animals, bv no an old English work, printed in 1GGO. thus induced placed Worth again in the van. j f
i bid extended our walk to the outskirts of the company joined it. I now found that ibe at. new way to pay old (h1its'-A printer means remarkable for the mildness of their entitled, Courtship, Love and Matrimonic.' When Scot; determined to storm .Molina del "' :4
city; she &been unusually reserved, and I tentions I had received from and paid to our Gotham had an account against: the keeper dispo ition, and should be escape numbers of In the chapter, entitled When je girls shall Rep be committed the almost desperate at* : J
JOb r !!ben pressing her to make me a partner fair hostess, had caused considerable dissatisfaction of a public house, which he had long hope those would undoubtedly be enabled to exhibit !. sparLe the menne,' the learned author thus tempt to Worth. Oniug to an insufficient .
" 1 had dismal forebodings of and as a consequence, had given riseto lessly tried to collect. Al last he sued Li* their talents in the sports of the ring. The. speaks rtconnoisance the loss of the assaulting col. .
some impending calamity, but could not guess some black looks among some of the young debtor, and obtained a judgment. Some [I dslructi.J of property mist 1 also be immense. Albeit, it is nowe I parte of tbe Common umns was immense ; they were even repulsed : t-
I exact nature ; she at length gave utteranceto gentry. I cared but little: for that. I felt friends laughed at hit folly in thus throwing But Hannibal was north fifteen: or twenty Lawe, in regard lo the social relations of at first, and would have been defeated but for {;;
.ht I then considered my sentence to that I ,,a high in favor where I most desiredto good money after bad, when the debtor was ,'I thousand dol3l, and old Put .ail .it would: lift that a often a besextile year doth re. the aral of Cadtvallader with tbe reserve. r
eeral misery. be, and that was all I cared for. During irresponsible. 6 Never mind," says typo, 61 I : not do lo Itt die of I the 'lulk*. The devil turn, ye ladies have the sole privilege during Cbapultepec the storming party was principally
- .Dar Charles" the said, "I am afraid promenade, I took advantage of the favorable will raise something." The execution was I I WHS in him and must be driven out A.IC the time continueth, making loving unto .t selected from' Worth's and Pillow's1 It
thts mU b our last meeting." opportunity to remind her of her vows, placed in the hands of an officer ; and one I how.' Kindness was useless, and so force tbe men, which they may do either by wordsor regulars. "
r 11 and She that she the landlord, to his and in I and bo reported lookes unto them it seemeth .
tbuDentrck to repeat in} own. replied day surprise igla. punishment rnu. to. A a proper ; Throughout the whole! war Worth has car : J
And "b] interrogated. *had neither forgotten, nor broken them." tion, found hit day's marketing lnirt itjton. partial: IJt tinisucce-suiil attempt was first m ul,. an.i, moreover, no mU will be entitled to the
ned himself the field with !
aiI. I .Ob, you know how strict Pa is ; would! I asked her for a pledge anJ bepged her to This brought matters to a crisis, the m',. I'I lo obtain tit mastery of the h'.ge ''Wat. He benefit of clergy who dttbe refuse to accep* a splendid! gala! J :
.
the
I II that has fascinated popular imagi- .
upon any consideration, have him discov.ur baud circumstances But his refused the the offer of who do'he! iu wise lantry .
I, I prorni e ma her sh'uJr ney was paid upon remonstratingwith '. to \ slightest token of o' e- a lathe, or any nation. As officer he bs said partlyto f.:
if clandestine meeting I think be al.1! warrant: me in demanding She Raid she his: creditor at such an unheard-of not to dience. treat her proposal 1 with slight or contumely.; an may
resemble1
resemble Murat, and partly lo
" udy suspects there something wrong; in would reply in a moment, and fitting down at say ungentlemanly, way of doing business, I Preparations were made fur a fnallempt.. Therefore, ladies, jou must comply with i: Xay for he has the dashing air! of one, with :; 4
1 01 3, be ha more than once questioned me the piano, sang with profound feeling, aud the only consolation be received was the re- A number of hOI.ksfr prcure I ten. the law, and bringing your captives up to the the indomitable; courage of the other '
"'0', con] the subject of my early walk" most consummate skill, pl>-" \tI.llhink lOU ought to be wel satisfied I ed to fctout poles to which strong cal.ln"tr!" 'altar, allow them benefit of clergy. t4
I u every argument I could bring to I ( levy on your after I attached. These hooks were larp and ., ,
.'isiD to Icil tteeall I feel. very
\ try and induce her to alter her drier. cooled."-Spirit of the Times. Remedy Cough.-Divide .
t i was strong, being segments of a circle six inches A Sorcrrign for a
Washingtonletter
uMuiangnin Washington
but all in rain she inflexible, I delighted, in f fact almost intoxicatedwith t
; \3 'a I in diameter made of iron an inch in diame. a pint of water : in one hntfdisio're.: an ounce ", :
HIwu compelled. t sumbit with the best rr.ture. I now felt that she was whollv ./.*_., ,mf. TJ .t-*._.4.fi. -.:-tiininilirtn...-. .."f". i .irr__, Bll_u_. ruueneu.,1 I .ne. ropes_ were listened fats : of_ _Mr._ I_reaner, who. ..,.I..J--*I.* .nrlt-_.in ,.I... n.lr .ntlPttn..... n_.mA...* r a 4 .,
.' I fret I could. We did not par however, my own and the thought made me wild with 1t"I about to test the capacites of an inditidu.ul with pullies to a strong post set in the round Tie the reception from Mexico! to Waging jum arabic ; strain it. and add one ounce of E
**W the mot solemn pledges of faiikfulTwas delight. I daggered! into a chair to amid no. for school teaching, put the following question ouUidc of'lhe building. The old monster ob. ton brought, at the treaty of State, has caused a : paragoric and half an ounce of antimonial I
r I lice for I felt that my cheeks were suffused lo him .At what period did Fiance served ibe proceedings with watchful Department the w.ne. A table.spoonful! morning'Sand evening '
i not long after this interview that the with blushes, and my eyes filled with tears of produce the greatest generals ?" 8 though he understood what a were ete.'all fro good deal Mexico laughter in at capitoL days, he Coming had but; i* a dos fir an adut ; a deuert-spoon '". J

.. .t17 tbt &created a great an excite. joy and liappinrss. Her .ingin.bad attract At what period 1" pausing and scratching intended for. tbf'J little IB time fur his iC'.utceu toilette, and on his arrita' ,iuI! fir a child!, and a lea spoonful for t little r
the I dreaded her ed A cro\.d listeners : were scattered his head .at "hat-ah ..nShoiiM! t the cough troublesome!
C upon carpet. you La\.e got Besides i the men belonging! to the establishment sported a blue jacket and pants one leg ot prove X
'tl & vent into and I knew that I looked in vain for the enchantress two three time ;
those
society, me there. while the he may or
I a number of citizens collected in want ofsuspen. L rftuled
'p been up for the special she had left the room. Some ten or fifefn Well, was it before or after Christ ?" "l're whibaltraJIf'ss day, as it is bam1el5.
- ba gotJea aud around tbe building, and about 3 o'clockone displayed a of check linen O\.t the a. prf cty
rr had and I
her I looked minutes probably : ,. Christ t Before
bringing out. elapsed I He-fore or -ter or broad brimed hat witha
afternoon waistband
Saturday the great commenced a tarpaulin '
'.... 19:15.1 the 'k1'' blow to all my hopes&forA" great degree my composure whenI I after ? Well old bosses, you've got me a. and never did we w neu fg't a more fare covered with ranciiero-Iooking whisk Caution.-Two bales of cotton were turn
lib moh' *re ever caught by glare received a message by servant informingme I gain !r' terrible scene. ers. On his landing at the wharf be hasrened ed out of store yesterday, marked and ant

j. :: .io bi Val where seraphs might and that designated: Mr. Welden the room wished in which to speak I would to me find, The huge monster towering with his back in a coach, (though tbe hackmen were 10 the press, in the course of.hipmlnt. withoUt *

The the In tbe New York member nearly to the roof of the building at once put rather shy of him,)to the residence of the Secretary : any thing extraordinary in their
a appar.
ln that attention him. I immediately obeyed summons, Legislature
thing occupied my himself his guard and conscious of his own of state, where he ,. flatly refused tnce, except bring a little charred on t
,
tbe midst of te en.
with his beautiful da in
:::1h. P bablhity of an invi."th' and found him aloof ughter. paused a remarkably windy '
receiving:
my the in How. O being in the fire gushed ,
to take a drink of water. Another power, seemed to be awaiting Ihe attack admission by porter waiting. t put prel ou
Bai c6denubt if Mary was left speech, while be despised the The doors ever, he forced his way iu, and Mr. Buchanan he erdi of the bales, which were found, upon S.xanilfl
commenced Mr. Welden, member named Jibes rose to a point oforder. aliants.
I would "Mr. Hardy,
lLjXerti1s less astonished than his .. be in state ofcotnplete igni.
tti
and windows were to give the! was no servant, tc n, 0 a
back but there I have noticed for some time past that my Every body stared, wondering what the point open .
ground '
wa
te opportunity in case it were find in the queer: chap before him, whom he 01. 'I'becotonhad b*M {* o a week,
: .I. a Lad good reason t believe daughter has seemed exlremfly unhappy; I of order was. men an and at him escape they went. A cable had at sight mistaken for an old salt, the re. nd hs fire had ben snyjs rfti in the bale*
*1* What is it T said the ,
, the but until speaker. necessary
strict cause,
t a exerted oAlican
supervis-
1 undergo ml.elt d&Te doubtable and the for tb:D *-"Scwf
thrown Mustang special more
sir continued it of noose was with some difficulty over amlu.dor -' B
think Bloss is
out
'I
L \ e and I ftlt confident, too, recently just cause too, that her !
very .jtbo of Don : Trist. March I1.
feet and with ,
of his hind heavy surges Nicbcal
p ta4 obscure name of Charles affections were engaged, and that for sons order for a winmi to go by water. I one


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: :" -r--i-Frvm- e Soiton- Journal.-- 'aiion. Ho has tho appearance of being a. The treaty is to be ratified by the Presidentand Democratic State Convention. TUESDAY, 0 o'clk A. M. For Wn.u- BAU.T. ." 8.-

1It! i '1v ; TilE SURRENDER: ABD-EL-KADER.. out forty). years of age.CorrlPD"drct Senate, and to be exchanged within four At a Contention of the Delegates of the The Convention met pursuant to adjournment Blank, 8

: 'It f: ;: The of this brave but unfortunate Htrali.WAHi noiths after its ratification Democratic party of Florida, began and htl when the minutes of yesterday were Gen. BAILEY, havini; received no* |
: capture Y.
the \:
w-ho has been the Ara of The boundary of New Mexico Is to be defined at Madison C. II. on Monday, tho 'JGtb read and approved.Mr. two-third of the rote of the Convention. *

: J ',:: ebleftain.Han Wallace, I ison..of truly the most styled important >aTO:, March 10, IS S-IO.with P. M.d. as laid down in Disturne1's mAp of Mex 1849, Mitchell, of Jackson, from tho committee declared to L the Democratic candiS.1Governor. ,

: t t ; in po'itical point of ticw, which has The treaty 8 jut been ratified m ko published at 184. 1Jr. JOHN C. McGEHEK. of :1D.ison. on apportionnment, made the following fr
: It ;" : e"pntl firations. The Senate three of an On
motion of Mr.
recently occurred. We bate prepared theiollowing quarters Several unimportant articles are was to the Chair, anJ! :M. D. PAPt Report, which was received and concurred in: Hodson,
-1 t. hour took the final vote, an l then ad. Resolred That
:
Leon a committee
ago Secretary.On
,
:. connected narrative of the interesting appointed n of three k,
The Committee in reference the
4.. t journed O'cr till Tuesday. The injunction of from 'lt Richmond E amilll. motion of Mr. Milton, of Jackson, a appointed to ratio appointed to inform Gen.
:i '! events attendant upon his capture, princi. of voting. report that they have from the bestiIlfurm3tion BAiutTofhUn,Ou
f hiss been removed.Tbo .
: secrecy not TWO Committee of from each county, nation. .
one represented their ascertained
"' from recent Frritch TIE LL"ERS in pos* ?* as nearlyas
pall
4, papers. vote stood 37 to ]j. was appointed to nominate otficeis to possible, the highest Democratic vote given by And the President
Yll The which the Emir The "two of General Taylor apPiDte Tkos.
te ; t ; protracted struggle Four Senators were absent, namely : leutn" the deliberations of the Conven- I the several Count ies represented in Convention, and Hodjon, Jos. S. May, Fonni*
over .
| i t !.; )fcad carried on against the united armies of Xamcs.: Politics. &al( the one to Mr. Ingersoll!, in answer to a communication tion.preside I pursuant to said resolution report that they will severally said .

t,5 a t"f" .. .;_ : Morocco and France, had: recently materialJy Samuel S. Vermont. which Mr. Ingersoll never wrote, entitled to the following vote:cambia, committee.The
= I Phelps, Whig,
Contention
( '. ;::. ) weakened his- power and obliged him lo which we published in our last, the other to (in motion the Convention took a recess -I-; Benton, 3; Nassau, 4 o: Lon, S; Franklin.; proceeded to the notai;
undJen the : James A. Pieicc, Whig, Maryland. Peter Sken Smith which in till :3 o'clock P. M.I buval,7 ', Madison 6 ; St. S : Alachua, C ; tion of a candidate for Representative in .
confine his to : on publish our
; 'f eO.t. Uack John M. ( lavton, Whig. Delaware. I Columbia, 8; Hamilton ; Jefferson,'; e
i ::. frontiers in'o country beat Texas.The present number, are like to one another in 3 Gadsden Jackson Wakull. gress.
Democrat Dade
( o Samuel 3 O'CLOCK, ; '; 6 ; 2 ; Monro. On calling the counties
fou'lon. over the
: ', timrs spread ;reat alarm. The Emperor ,' ratification stands follows but one thing-the great confusion of ideas 1. ) Calhoun. fohigentlemen }.-

t :: Morocco at lenglb raised an army of 39,000 : a which thtleu'e in the minJ of the readers. The Convention met. Mr. Whitner, of Leon, submitted the following were placed in nomination : *

4 ,_, ,I men, wbich, aided t by the French army, took A\.r.s. In this particular, and this alone. they are as Mr. Milton, from the Committee appointedto report, which was received, each resolution By Escambia : WILLIAM P. DuV u.
select officer the follow!
:, ;1 : :. the field against tLe chieftain. The Emir, Namr Politics. Slates. like as the Two Dromios." "'0 do not reported ing :- read separately, and unanimously a. Bjr Benton : JOHX BEABD.
For President CHARLES II. DUPONT
; 'I !. nothing daunted, b> a stratagem, a hardy ass Chester AsLlcy, V.mortJkal!:! recollect when we hate felt so completely! of Gadsden. doted: By Columbia : DEJT II. MAT.

: ,". ingenious, on the nijht of December' 11, F'irprfsed Charles. Aiherton, lkmrlrat. New Hampshire. mystified as on perusing these interesting The committee,to whom were rf&rt1 the secondof By Duval : \\ x. H. BKOCXMBSOCC*.
f Vice Presidents G. of Na
1 : o.. I the camp ofthe! army Morocco. The I Arthur P. Ua bv" Democrat, ,M bama. documents. In both he informs us that lie is JAMES COOPER, the resolutions, defining subje Is proper icr the Maj. Beard, being present, expreised, if

M "j j :' ,'.: attack at frt appeared to b attended wi.h: John, Bl.I., Whlj. T''lnts Maine.Jtss ee. no plliican"-llat:! his profession bn in. sin ; Joins IhL. of Hamilton ; B. J. J. action of the Convention beg leave to report the thanks for the nomination and "
.. James Rradburv. MITCHKLL, Jackson ; Gio.; WIIITFIELD, of following resolutions, as properly expressing the eIplaiaed.i
tbe examinirjr i ica1! subjects !
but for
complete surces, overwhelming numbers I D. Democrat, Indiana.Democrat caacilattd pt.l reasons respectfully
lirigir; which the Democratic
Leon JOEL PORTER of Calhoun JOSEPH principles of Florida
l with which be had contend I South Carolina. ; that lie i N the ; ; upon party A friend of
4 f .: .f to at length A. P. Huttr. unacquainted gnatqiestion : MCC'ANTS of LKWIS of are prepared to !stand in the approaclunc election [ Mr.I Brockenbrough also! m
". : him t retire when he found he John C. Calhoun Democrat, South Carolina.Democrat which ; ihe attention ron ; : ALDRICH, ted that he authorized
;; obliged > was I art now ervjrsilng of President and Vice President of the United was by (that !
: : hemmed in by the army of his enemy. He, :Imln Cameron, Ptnn-Mvania. ofgovernrnetits. let he a's! np !jt Alaclma ; Ioscnr{ BROW:. of ColumbiaSIMCEL ; States I : man. in a recent conversation, to (gltt.
Democrat
.- liowe\er, Concentrated bis force at the mouth 1'c' iS II Carns CUrVe., Whiz, HhoJe'lsbnJ.Michigan. is a decided whig_4a whig ia piinop'e," B. Hu'\KDSON, of Wdkulla ; C. T. 1 ReiolecJ, That we firmly adhere to the principles I could, under no circumstances, say accept *
of Bcntou.lr heretofore avowed the Democratic ( ,
li: : (if the Moulouia, between the left bank ofihat I John J. CI itedtn.: Wing. Kentucky. and ho does not know Low any ono could J possilily ]: 'I!, and upon their basis, will by cordially nnite in all pall proper nomination. ] 1
; SAMCF.L S.
; .... river and the sea. The river was so much I I"I' Join Davis, Whig Massachusetts.Democrat mistake the comp'e! ion of his peli'irs.: Sccrct're.; Slu\ means to secure harmony and concert of action The rote was as follows :

: I' I swollen! a to prevent his passing over, and the I I II Jff'rsUin'ii.. Missiippi. He refuses to go into office as the can Iidte: Ion ; W. B.\UTLLTT. of Leon ; F. A. Ilom.vso.v Irom every quarter of the union in their support ror WILLIAM P. DcVAt, .
New
ton. VImig Jersey. MCDONALD g/
contracted thecircle \ li.m ) democratic Jackson ; LEX.\DIR but we also distinctly avow, that there are constitutional .
4 of Morocco of native.
: I army gradually DicUenton, Democrat, New York. any part, whig or D. II. MATS, .
Midison. rights and
which surrounded him. Unfavorableweather :I John A. Dix: Democrat, New York. Ho .is not mixed up with political: nuMsures interests vital to (the South H. 1
I Which received and concurredin. which we hold to be above all ties or conside .3. .
i t however, presented a general en. ;i I S. N Down>. Democrat. Louisiana.Democrat in any w:1." Yet, at the last canvas, lie report was rations. party ROClEBROtGU '

S the when the river be. Alphcns Felch, Michizan.Demociat concealment" that he decidedly lrx. P. DtVAL having received over#...
pagement Ulst, "made: no was 2. ReolredThzl the inslitutionof slavery existed
; f"rJ unti! ani tho Baggage and families :I Henry S. Footr, 1isissippi.j&.tmn in favor of Mr. Cla's election" anJ he"would Mr. J. A. Banghey offered the following : I before the confederacy of the Stairs i. recognizedby I thirds of votes, was declared 10- bo fa.
care New (
P. Hale, Abolition, Hampshire.
Tlut Committee of from each the Constitution ol the United States, and is left I nominee ofthe Convention.
I '.. which accompanied the companions of the I Ed. A. I hisr'n.gan, Democrat, Indiana. now prcf'r seeing him in that office Ru.olcrt. a one '
count in Contention he under the control of the several States, each On motion of Mr. ?
; ; S Emir commenced crossing. Tlic intention U. M. T. (Huntir. Democrat, Virginia.flterdy to any other in the Union." I.at- for )rrprese-md thu appointed in its acting Baoghey, a commioeiof

1 ; :I. .AbJ-el Kaker was conduct his companions j I Johnson V Whir Democrat, (Mar; oria.)lied.. l IJ, he prefers.ilie iicws of the wing party: in !(., coil purpose also to of report examining what the shall cu..nla.s b. c :asidcied uf Dele5 a- 3. lr..olrrd.separate sovereign That al(territory apacly.. now held by the of three his nomination.was appointed to inform Mr. DV ,
Htr chrl Johnson
.: to the French side of the river, and then I ; r.n'i -ana.I general, and of Mr. Clay in particular: because li-r.il (proxus.Which tate. and which may be acquired by
Henry John on Tho President
1 ., lo retire towards the south, with such of his |1 I Willie P Man um, \'hi;, North Carolina. lie was educated! in the Jcfl'Tsonhn resolution was a-Jojtcd, and theCommittee conquest, treaty and, or the| joint property. sovereign it and C. J.
,., hand acho t In follow. The commencement I Junes M. Ma"or. Dtmccrat, \ ':ilia. i creed!, bis Ih".cr 1 It.*t sight i of itj principles: appointed accordingly.Mr. must vest in the people of! the several authority States,over and in committee. Jenkins,

.' ftLe. pissagc *f the river was the signal for I JacobV. Miller, Whi?. Xt'w Jersey. I and: thinks Mr. CIa is immure nearly assimu Fairbanks, afier announcing the de. them alone. The A
W. M 1) M. ineDirriocrat Convention then
I H.! Meor
4 : the combat. The. Moroccoian forces attacked I IJ John )1. Nilw., 'mtlcrt., Connecticut.- hated, as regards! political! rutcrl. tilth!tie, of cease ofCo!. SAMPsON II. IJI-TLKR, in : few JltsolceJ, That, by the Constitution of the U- candidates for three electors proceeded of to c O

J I the little band of the Emir with great fury 'I hcmai J. It Jsk I Democrat) : Texas. Mr. Jrcrsol.lhaltheiru\pOints.; linn appropriate remarks, ofi cred the following res- nile States Congress is only empowered to enact Vice President.On President tad
needful for the and l
of
Incited the ofa rich booty. But the Ambro Svvicr, Democrat t. Arkan ns.Deuiorrat ) 1\%! preservation disposal
'.. .. by hopes II man undCrtlr corptl. clutions, which wer seconded by Col. Whit- territory as public domain. motion of James E.
loot; and cavalry of the latter su Dan t'l S'urp. on, J..rn'Junia.lojkil1 ion" politics i is and Broome, i it wu
must
Resolved
t soldier : Tennessee. ofGcltr.&Talors we ner, unanimously adopted : 5. That territorial governments are not Resolved That
( I. nominations
'; .-..' .. rd with their usual courage al the 'ain'l lurney.. Vtm.Crat Whip, KentuoUy. say lo, a greater: tll:1! (J'lipus is hCI." Rtsolcftl That. tlm, body has heard, with the utmost known to the Constitution are municipal or corporate Judicial Districts! the South be mae bl
,
; the} enemy, and kept them bay throughout Davit. I., Voice, Dcn.uciat) FlrdJ. )Ir. henry Clay and] JeiKerKon 'assimilat- regret, D if| the recent decease of Col. SAMPSON and can rightfully: claim or exercise no political voting lb
East.
-I. t'ic' whole day. Not a mule nor an article Total 1. :nX.S they arc poiiucilanJipoJes 1 : Mr. H. ik'TLLR, ad.-Ieateeleet to tin j Convention: from or biht power than is derived from the organic
J. I ed1) law of Coi>gre s by which they are formed The Western Judicial
of Madicun and that District
the State
county thrr.-hy
;
i,1 f baggage was lost. 1 tbe evening the of Lank! institutionwhich Ille
: a C. Retained
>- .: !_ ( a nit !I..t one of its KCM di.tiniiishid! citizens and That the Constitution confers no John Milton of Jackson. ncmiaae
l forces the Lmpcror ol Morocco Had been I A".ttM.; J'olilics. Stales. of all ollieis, was in the most deadly I this Convention and the Democratic party one of its right upon Congress to prohibit the existence of slavery
Middle
The Judicial
4' ; a !t: repuled'ih great loss ; the Emir had gain I William: Allen, Dirrocrat) Ohio. hostility: both to( the princip'es anJ) form of our ablest rnemiirr in any territory, and therefore Congress can District nominal rt
Ij id II Atclun on, Democrat, Missouri.Oc no such right to the of ucli territory Charles H. Dupont.
llriolreJ That convey illabllal.l"
in safety, and not Mr. : we tender to the family of the late
.. territory ,'a .' E. IJjd);rr, Whi*, North Carolina.Ilo government ; Ciny preached it up n the ; and! that any stipulation! by treaty lo .that effect The Eastern and Southern
by the forces.Here I yihation of the Mr. Jefferson Cot )CTf.ER cur rno-it profound sympathy for the Dit.
: pursued forocoi.l ;ir S ..lh'Jrli;, Connecticut. repuliic. in ( one well worthy highest and is equally a ,violation of the guaranties of IheConstitution. tricts nominated Geo. E. Judica
: of the followers the E. Missouri. the last : he : !I 0'1 respect ; .
a portion o TIjt31 H. H.ntNI. Jlmout, thing ever wrote, declared his opposition that in tcs'imony: Iheeof. the members of thu Con On motion it
; mir q.Jued him, and he himself a cLosen I John M. Dernen, \'hi;, Georgia. to the protective and expressedbis vention are wear (the uiual of 7. Resolved, That our Ddfgtrto the Democrat was
badge
tarn rffjuCtCtlu Htsolved That the
Sidney Ilreese, ic C< nvention, proposed Baltimore, on vote on the above
..amJ. proceedce to the southward in order Jlmocnt.liloi! that the cf the decline m"urnm ( !
opinion cause
Thomas Con'I ia. OhI. il:1 stsion. the fourth Monday in May next, reinitiate candidates nations be taken by acclamation. DOm
'_ to gain the Deserl. But the French General I D, \\ug. of the south and of (he agricultural interests lnf/rwl. That 1 these: resolutions be signed by the
Stephen A. ujlt3s, UI/xrat. I for the cilices of President and Vice President
Jiri.Ihrt ofureri of this I The nominations
I Contention, anJ then
communicated the were
> l, (Limoriciere, being informed of this movement .\ C Greene Wl.iy, m.tlc( Island. every whero ; the protective: tanffhas become family:of the,deceased. to <.f the United States, are hereby instructed to suppoit the Convention and submitted

sent portion of his army to take poss. ) : H. L -\\i3. Demociat, AUhama. identified with the mine of Henry Clay. Mr.J no persons for these offices who wi sanction unanimously agree to.

..i.n oft bo defile! through which alone! be ;]i Pr"<'!'ey S.>rumncc, Wln;, D 'law arc. ron was for construing the con titu'.oi; Mr. Baushey, from the committee on eredentials any attempt to interfere with, or I Ht equal On ny tion James E. Broome .
'! Wiliutn V.'roiont, Jet made the rizut cf I the citizensof each and Resohtd That
the and Uph'n"Ilg.; I following report : every Statt. with "e nowproceed to the
mountains the Des.
crut pass: gain Webster, Ul.i., ]M I,i l.nit ." a I! The Committee having examined the credentials or any property to remove 10 and election! of eleven Delegates to the Baltimore
: ert. With Ibis forre the little party under' I jr. Democrat, I'loiida.Tot. Mr. Clay has cvcrtieateJ it which
s Wcstcot as rope of the occupy territory now belongs to the United
a ( : from the several counties
Convention three for the
A''*.1-el 1 Kadc came in contract, but victory 'I .!, Where did these two statesmen agree ? follows Delegates: report as States:, or may hereafter be acquired t hy HI'm. whether : State at large md

w a* hopeless and with overwhelming numbers I Analytit of thr J'vlf.Ayes 1:1 never agreed in fsnt.1 sach interference or res'nctinns; are imt o-. by two for each Judicial Ditric.The
one particular. Fivm
any Jlsramlia CDnf.v-J. A. Eauhey, Dillon
: -Whi I both in his front and in his rear, he at ; 1, Clay and his friends have ever Jordan, John )k.\ti ler. D. Davidson, George Mat-
Demf>cra:3, Democrats, "i I regarded Jet through powers conferred on or conceded to the for Delegates: when the do-
length determined to abandon the useless] con- I'I Ab-ent-Whigs. : Total-A jr., 37 r t ferson as the father of American democracy, tht'vs. inhabitants; of such territory. following were

test and surrender himself to the French com- V.ocnt. r.Y:, 15 and hated him accordingly. Before the people ;j'or Eeaton-C. T. JinL.'ns, I J. Knight, J. S. RtsoJvtd, That thoselans oftie several States sen :

man: Jer. Accordingly be sent two of his most I they sometimes offer a in.cen3e" : I Ifavman.Lfon which refuse aid,and actually: prevent the owners To represent the Slate at Jorge :
I strange
up
Majority f< r the treaty -Oecrgc ) Cioom, F. Chain} cf fugitive slaves in pursuing and their
faithful followers! to General Lamoricicre, offering I ; to Ins but in their publications WIilfeJ. I recovering R. J. Moats ) ofWest Florida.
I Amon those voting for the ratification memory : T. J. Hrxkon. S. P. Dinal. P. II. FJro.Uw property' escaping into such Srate!. are not only violation -
to surrender himself the sole! condi. four who;spoke against it. Of the four Senators I and cO"satio s among the 1seh.c8, I-.. A. Southall, B. Cidi.; L.- Vickers.J.- II. vf Ihe comity which should be observed be- L. O'B. BRANCH, J- Middle Florida.

lion that he should! be sent to St. Jean d'Acre not two are absent from the I I they speak of him invariably as a man who Branch, C. 1\ \\hilncr.\V. Darl t)1 D.I Papy tveen indepeiident SItr.but are palpable violations A. H. COLE, ) of East Florida.

or .Alexandria. This the General readily; I voting Houston and P.erce. city introduced into the United States the princ T. Urevarch; ( J. E. Broome. also of the Constitution of .the United States, and of For the District :

promised by word of mouth, and subsequentlyratified -'Ifun. i j I and of the French .Praet1ia-r. J. Mo.es. Joseph S. Mev, Robert J. the 1of Congress made in pursuance thereof.
anarchy revolution.
,
'I The is sketch of the articles of' pies 9 That the ,v. B. Vc's
following a Rto/rtd. we appeal to Democratic ,
riod. P. W. Cullen L W.
4. his in he bs William Foster. ,., of West Florida.
promise
writing nor can Sprat.
; the treaty a adopted by the Senate. It is, 'I Whi'e on the other hand, the late Gov. Thorn Richard Parker, Ja*. S. E.lber. party in these States lo use every exertion to have A. KAI,
accused of granting too favorable terms lo correct sketchcan i as Randolph! sa\s, in his letter cf 1827, that all such laws repealed and abrogated through their J. C. McGEHEE 1
probably, as a Porter. ,
compressed
the Emir, for the condition in which the latler a towards Mr. Clay Mr. JefFerson Cal/owl-Joe legislative! and judicial departments as the only of Middle Florida
I be made : always manifested Jackson-John Milton, B. J. J. Mitchell, Francis means of preventing a resort to retaliatory measures F. A. SoiTHALt,
was placed was not so desperate that he the .
might net have taken to the Articles and Propositions of the Treaty at most constant repugnance"looking Robinson: Joseph Irwin. ,which..moil._ ultimately... destroy. ._the harmony, peace, S. MALLORY, j
:
flight, through ( upon him as a .mere orator, without ute Gadsden-C. H. Dupont, n. E. ...m. : IT.J. _._, orRouh Forida
.f- :" :. chances ultimate escape were but small. f Adopted Ly the American Senate. ful information! domed cither from books or B. Richardson .V.Cuson.neekulaSo G. Walker, De- 10. Retahed, That while we lament to see any 1 CARTER, l

i.j. -.f. In the afternoon of the *!3.l.i Abd-el-Kader Article first appointed Senators Cuevas, experience." Gen. Taylor! has repeatedl I c : s.m. West members.forgetful of the Democratic the bnd-ma'party' of in the the Constitution North or.- JAMES G. DELL S of East Foria

.1 was received atSidi-Brahim, by Col. de Montauban Conto and Atrislun commissioners on the part: ; assured us of his total i ignorance upon the sub JcrsQnThom3. J. Heir, R E:, Blackburn T. vet we do rejoice in that it is particularly Mr. James E Broome offered the following

: : who was shortly: after joined by Gen. ,I of (the Mexican government to adjust terms of I ject politics ; and if any thing could mako Johnson, T. McKain, J. Finlajson, D. Bird, B. in that panty, tctjind mpport and tympattiy resolution, which was adopted :

.. Lnmoriciere. The place where he surrendered -I a lasting treaty of peace between the United I I'I that assurance doubly sure, this notion to H. Ku ell. fur our rights. and any jud views on the ff citing
himself was once the scene of kis most I I States of the North and the United Mexican I the Jefferson's and a .tfiolison-S. II Datler R II. Sbarer. Wm. C. subject of the foregoing resolution Resolved, That the fruits of the great political
'I identity Clay's poliiica GofT J. Itinton. William CofFte, 11. KesolcedTht the Secretaries of the Convention triumph of 1844, which elevated til
t'iccesofal States with Nicholas P. )1 Thoma.
attack on the French Al d- Trist:, commissioner
army. principles mutt he that thing. do furnish a of the resolution to
t A. Brantley L M loscty. L. Farrell, D. H. copy foregoing present chief to the Presidency,
.- el Kader was immediately conducted to llieDdko } of the United States, &c. Now, then, what it Gcn. Tajlor, fish or Mays. B..1.mier. I D. Gorto. 1 W. McLeary JamesR each ot our Delegates appointed to the proposed National have fulfilled the magistrate of the

.' d'Aumale, who ratified the terms given I Article second stipulates that there shall bean fowl, whig or democrat, Jeffersonian or Chy LIT.. !! T. 1 :Anderson B. Shetricld Democratic Convention, for their guidance the Union in hopes democracy 0

by the General!, and in his despatch: to the immediate suspension of hostilities between ite-for to be both is a contradiction T C. Martin I' Ib'an, .. B. Davis, A. J. Lamer and direction. defeating the declared PUrloftheir
.j French Government recommendedthe the armies of the two republics.Article } I J. B. O teen, L. Dry, A. J. Charles George All of which is respectfully submitted. opponents to create a huge !
earnastly
seems to be as difficult! for him to answer thi EELVJ. F. : Chairman. '
; Mclntjre J. J. Bovce, J. C. McGehee R. G. Mavs, WHTtR. Bank ; in the unconstitutional ditriluiion *-
King to sanction them. The Duke d'Au- tbirJ defines the future boundary of i important question as it is for any one else. U. Ed.vards:, J. C. 1'illans, B F. Wardlw. John H.Pore.ls.c Whitner., from the same Committee, of preventing the land from the com*

1. .. ; m.ilc: announced to the ex-Emir that he was the United S'ates. The line commences in Yet the whig would call him to the office Bunting G. Wjl m!, Coleman N. also submitted a further which proceeds
f embark the Gulf of Mexico three P. Willed David; Vans Randall, E. G. report was received mon treasury of the Union for local purposes:
lo the day af'er, with all his family leagues from the where of State is ?
more knowledge required
I atair the resolutions read separately, and in and labor of tie
MJTS, J. S. I G. protecting
cmr land thence the middle of currency
Oran. He submitted to this decision, ; runs up the Rio than all the other offices in Brone.l LivintonN.lcDonald.ColmLl
not t without emotion, and manifested some Grande to its intersection with (ho southern country A. II. Cole Bobert Brovyn, J. J. adopted, as follows : country from ruinous fluctuations, and guard

put together. Jonf oyu. G. McClellan, S. Burns, J.Carter. The Committee on the filth of the resolutions defining ing the money of the people, for the we of tie
repugnance. I was the last drop in the cup boundary to the western boundary of the I .J. J. Knight, J.S. Burnett, A. B. Robertson, subjects proper fir( the action of the Convtnf by the establishment of the Constitutional
of bitterness same ; thence north to first branch of the DIVISION.We W. I'ranri-. W. hrtr Iea'e to rlCGrt the SDI'LE
11!r. fflo\
'
a The Emir and his suite arrived at Oran on I Gila, which it intersects ; thence down the heard the .flaelria-Lewis Aldrich, J. G. Dell!, J. J. Sanchez 1.:Reo1red.Thaj central Committee of CorrrsrcsponJence Treasury ; in the noble impulse given
the other
4 the 21st, and some hours after be wis embarked middle of that branch and of tbe river to the a story night on G. M. Goipin,T. J. Prevatt. ,consisting of suen.be appointed by the to the cause of Free Trade, by the repeal o
subject of' Vi\ision' that we thought some"at President of this Con\ntlon. whose duty it shall be the Monopolist's TarifTof 1842 and the ere
,
Colorado thence it Juvol-Charles .
: : for Toulon, in France. Previous toleaving ; runs across westwardly, I' Cooper A. C. Gillett.
the (time, and never hating seen it in print, to communicate information to the District and tion ofthe
1,I : Oran he sent his famous black horse and strikes the Pacific at a point one l league M. Jo.is-W. A. ForarJ. G R. Fairbanks, R. county committees throughout State. more equal, honest and productive

'1. .. as a present to the duke d'Aumale, in token) south of San Diego. The free navigation or we of are it.tempted togive our readers the benefit B..\duau-R.('anov. Kirkland James G. Cooper. I 2. Iletolted, That a committee of three be in like ariff of1846 ; and through the veto of toe.

of submission to the French nation. the Gulf of California and of the river Colorado and .3fonroe-Jamea T. Archer. I manner appointed in each Judicial Circuit whose President firmly executed, against an enormous
from the A Southern planter named P., pretty well IJadt duty it shall be to procure information for the several pressure of interests, in checking tie
AW el-Kadcr, during bin last battles, had mouth of the Gild to the The Committee also recommend that '
Gulf to do in the world now, was some on questions and to with the central
: twenty al cO'Jtic. correspond tendency of to enter lavish
-S j received is secured to the United Stiles. the Contention ( Congress upon a
t $ slight \oundi in different vote by cou'tie county commni t tee.
; i places! ctea some of his folower had been I I Article four stipulates that it s11a1 be optional Jean] ago a poor boy on the eastern shore of giving such number of votes 31 shall be determined 3. llolrtr. That it be recommended to the Dem sjstem of unconstitutiona Internal Improve.
One of the and
Marland. most
strongest by the Convention and until Ich determination merits it would a
wounded with citizens of Mexico s is county, who have not done : our opinion, b
more seriously. of the residing orat already so
surgeon marked traits of his character was an inordinate made .that each county vote according to its fatal weaken the bands of
representation to
i in the to be ceded cither organize committees vigilance in each county, error
which territory to leave
steamer
Ihe
i on ( were conveyed the House plitic
Arb.
love of ". char. in ot of the
S ihom money. This however is Representatives which shall communicate (freely with the district by which these
great
( with organization
to France all taking otherwise of General reo
pave necessary attention to or disposing acteristic oeonle oPlbm Hi jrins.' where Absimbly. and central committee
have been achieved.Mr. .
oChe
their wounds, which was acknowledged] by their property ; or else, upon taking the oath they practice skinning; strangers.during brisk Which report was received and adopted.Mr. 4. ltolrt.That the duty of promoting a thorough resolution
the
": the Emir in a letter of which the following is of allegiance to this government, to be pro. seasons and another dun B. F. Whitner offered the of the democratic party in each _Baughey offered following
', ''I a translation. tected in the enjoyment of all the rights and skinning one during resolutions following I county in this State a well as of arranging for the which wa adopted.
:
time In due course of time P. was of age canvass of each by our candidates for Governor and Resolred, That the war in which our country .
immunities of
.Praises citizens of the United States.
to the single and only God !- HesolceJ, That each here I
and thought it about time to get married. He county represented shall Congress, be and is hereby expressly enjoined upon i is forced the
This written, on the part of Abd el.Kader The next article provides (that the U nitee) went to a and in the be entitled to one vote, and for every filly Democratic I and required of our Electors for President antI Vice' now engaged was upon U by
neighboring tilhge: and insults] Mexico
S : been-Mahl-Eddin, is addressed to the French States government Ihal take prompt ef of votes, or fractions above fitly, an additionalvote. President to be chosen by this Convention. wrongs and is on t

surgeon. May God favor him by his goodness f fectual measures for defence of the course e"tns! was introduced to I daughter 5. RClolrt That the central committee. be au part just, necessary and constitutional, and

to the from In Jian incursions. To this end both of Judge B.Dang Resolved That the subject be referred to a Com thoized a adistrict committee for the middle waged for just and honorable ends.
extent ofbis merits. You have na. ,
fine gal.1 said the embryo epccualor mittee ot f five, to a/portn; 1 and report the scale of circuit,to fill vacancies in its own body to until Dr. offered the following which
acted with goodness towards my companions lions arc to use their best endeavors. ( to his friend who was gaining him an en. voting upon the above principle; and hat (the.high. another Convention of the Democratic party ac is held, Mitchel
.r who are wounded. May God accord you his In consideration of the extension of the cit Democratic vtte given in each County snce our and to call such Convention. was :
trance the elite.
; o favor Jind recompense 3'ou. 110 is powerful boundary of the United States, made by this among' becoming a State,b taken as the bas:3.: C. 7? o/cf/That the central district committees Resolved, That we heartily and entiWj

In all Very. Which were shall have power to fl vacancies occurring by the ,, approve of the measures suggested and tae
thing treaty, the United States government stipulates 4 How much B. be worth ?l' adopted. death resignation
might Judge or any one of the candidates tr policy pursued by the President of the United
Wbi'st awaiting the ultimate! orders of the : to pay to Mexico the sum of fifteen millions 4 Why about the And the following gentlemen were appoint. Go\'cror. Congress and Electors of President and

t Fiench, Government, the Emir and his suite of dftars. In this sum is included the And how 81.OOO.as children reply. B ?' ed said Committee, viz : B. J. J. Mitchell, Vice President, when there shall not be time to hod! States in relation to the ''a existing between

I, were assigned apartments in the hospital of three appropriated last session for the continued the many has Judge J. P. Duvdl, G. R. Fairbanks, G. E. Me- a Convention of the party. the United Slate and Mexico.Mr. .

,. ." Toulon! where he remained on the 6tb of furtherance o! peace, and now subject to Mr. three.inquirer.Only Clellan! J. Coleman.Mr. The President announced the following a Forward offered the following resolution

< January. He jieUN to his fate with the ris- 'Frist's order. This &um is to be paid to the Three into ten three times anJ a thirJ B. I F. Whitner offered the following : Committees in conformity to the above recoLtions which was adopted :
goes Rescind That the thanks of this
: [ ignalion characteristic of a Mussulman' : and Mexican Knotted That I the following subjects arc properfor l : Con'e.
S government immediately the rat. over, mentally cyphered P. :
on : a
lNe:1 the consideration! of this ConventionFinsT tion are tendered to the Trustees ofthe MftioJist -
., '. keeps as retired a p6ible. At his request ification of the eaty. The remaining twelve chance, and he improved it CENTRAL C01IITtE: their
; le -To appoint Delegates to the National Democratic Church in this town, for the use of
and also without
; a measure of security millions are to he paid in four annual inslal. love to t the beautiful! and unsophist'catcddaugh.terof Convention, to med in Baltimore on the J. P. DUVAL, B. F. WIT, FR, house during the sittings of this Conventies
: . strict orders have been given that no person menu i fourth in nextSECOND G. WIIITFIELD A. E. MAXWELL
bearing six per cent interest from the the Judge with alllhr variations. Strange Monday May also to the citizens Madison for their hospi
be admitted to the liospi'al without per. ratification of the -To define (he principles upon which, the ARCHERV.. BARTLETT,
treaty by No to say-for lie was uncouth: looking cubas It'GI
tnission, and grenadiers constantly lion of this llelico. pore a : action of such Convention be supported by theJ'mocracy S. S. SIBLEV. tality.
; t '; thirty perform sum is to be ever went unlicked-his suit prospered, "i The
i f Florida following resolution adopted :
was
f .. t.' guard duty around the building.Amon According to (the article, the United States and they were married. THIRD-To nuke.choice of persons to be recommended I DISTRICT COMMITTEES.

<* the persons forming the suite of government undertakes all claims of American The honey moon passed as all other to the Deraorratic parly for its support at Resolred, That the thanks of this Con n-
.
'
t : Abd el-Kader! is Kadjii taphi.btn-Tali, citizens against Mexico, both those already de. honeymoons do, and they (f happy. The the ensuing election, for Governor and Representa- South-A. CLARKE, T. KENNEDY, ion are due to the President for the abledig

., bis brolber-inJaw, who commanded at the cided and those undecided-the whole, bow. bride and and often made tie in Congress. S. R. MALLORV. nified and courteous manner in which he hal '
was lively
II .' chatty, FOVRTI-To provide for the choice of suitableandulates Eastern GEX. C. BYONE COL. J.
,
of Sid; -
: massacre Brahicn, were four hundred U.O\-RD. its deliberation
not to amount presided
,. ever, lo mere than three millions allusions to her brothers and sisters. Startled fur three, Electors of President and Vice over
-; Fiench troops were pu to death, and Kalifa and a quarter of dollars. at a number of names he thought should not 'resident of the United State C. P. COOPER. On motion of James E. Broome, the fcJ

5- "" Kaddom-ben-Allal, brother of Sidi i Emburak, Tbe Mexican archives found by us after the be in the catalogue relations, one evening }'irri-To take measures to ensure entire bar. IVtern-Ii. F. DE-\TARD, J. J. PITTMAN, lowing resolution was adopted :

'' and tho Aga oflho regulars, Mahmond Ben taking possession of the ceded territory, are at tea ho said- mommy and concert of action. and to awaken the full L. A. WOODWARD. Resolved, That the proceed.ngs of this Convcntion -

: -. cl Keur. He is also acompained by three 01 to be delivered up. I 4 My dear, I thought there was only three ncrgiesof Retolenl,the That Democratic) a Committee p-irty of of one this Delegate State.. from Mr. Moses, of Franklin, offered the follow be published in all the Democratic'

-. bit ,'h'e and two sons, of whom the eldest, The treat of commerce of 1831 between. -. -- of you ?' each county be appointed to report upon the subject ing resolutions, which were adopted : .prints of this State.

: .: Mahmond Ben Abd-el-Kader, is an interesting the two republics, is to be rptired (or the pe. 4 So there are, by my Ma, but Pa'i first matter of the second and fifth ol the foregoing resoutiuns. Resolved, That this Convention proceed by On motion of Mr. Baughey,
\
: 1:: ;. J child eight 3 years of age. Ono of his rio of eight ).tar and may afterwards be wife had right lore 1 l' counties to nominate a candidate for Governor; and The Convention adjourned tine die.

t wires is a beautiful French woman ; named at the option of both governments.The 4 Eleven go into ten no times and one The President appointed the following committee when each county is called on lor its vote, .the delegate C. II. DUPONT, Pre' .
.
:s. ,, Juliette, who earnestly entreated that she custom houses are to be restored to the over !l' said the astonished P., who jumped narry up, viz : B. F. Whitner (>f Leon ; J. A. and chosen the for candidate that purpose for whom shall his rise in his seat, JAMES G. COoPER,

i'' i !: might no be separated from the hero to whose : Mexican authorities: as soon a the treaty shall kicked over the chair, and groaned in perfect laughey, of Cscambia ; C. I I Jenkins, of Revolted name .f lather. That two.thirds oftbe county votes votes of JAMES S. BELL,

,: j4 fortunes she had united herself. hue been ratified. Means are ti) be adopted agony, I'm sold I'm sold and a d-d sight ienlon ; J. S. May, of l'ranl.II. \. C. Gil. (Ihe Convention shall be required to confirm each B. J. J. MITCHELL,

In personal appearance Abd-el-Kader is of for setting the accounts. cheaper than an old bell weather sheep, at let of Duval ; J. S. Hromt, ? on ;jV.. Domination. GEO. WiirrriELD,

the middle height. The expression of his troops of the United States are to leave hatl"-PUtslurg Sunday Mercury.The A. Forward, of St. Johns ; J..IM'- S. Jones, The roll of counties was then called- JOEL PORTER, Pr'-

I countenance is rentlt. and by no means ofa Mexico in three months after ihe ratificationof of Columbia} ; Lewis Aldricb, of Alachua! ; when Escambia, through Mr. J. A. Baughey, JOSEPH McCAXTs, I

warlike* Iis complexion! is not to the treaty, unless 11.1,sickly season should following orders were given by the James S. Bell, of Hamilton ; Daniel Bird, of nominated Gen. WILLIAM BAILEY ; and Columbia Louis ALDRICH, ,

pure a tLatoftbe generality of Arabs of dii.s' come on, in whi' h event they are to retire to captain ofa steamboat, when she was aboutto Jefferson ; N. G. Walker, of Wakulla ; R. E. through G. E. McClellan, nominatedJ. ROBERT BROWN,

.; : Unction. Ho U marked with small spots, some healthy sitiiu'ijn, and are to be furnish engage in a race with another boatS : : Gibson, of Gadsden ; B. J. J. Mitchell, of C. McGehee. S. B. RICHARDSON,

which appearto have ben caused by the small ed with supplies by the Mexican government, Rosin up tbar, and (tell the engineer to Jackson ; James T. Archer, of Dade and Mr. McGehee, who was present, after ta- C. T. JENKINS,

t -t pOI. In the middlf of be is slighttalooed. on amicable terras. hut down the safely valves I Give her gosh I Monroe ; Joel Porter, of Calhoun ; R. \/. ting the motives which influenced him, re* S. 8. SlBLEY, 1

b,. r )Jy H&beftils very black, but not The supplies Which may arrive between ,: Gentlemen who haven't stepped up to our of Kirkland, of Nassau. spectfully declined a nomination.The W. BARTLETT, I Sccrtlar..

b,, very thick. ffff'&ftfuma' is ofa simplicity! the ratification otthe treaty and the embarka- I lice and settled', wi please! retire to the On motion, the Convention adjourned until i counties then proceeded to toto, and F. A. ROBINSON, I IALEX. .

; ta Ia rrp ftottntirely (tee If c. r ion of(he'trop; ae Do to be subject to duty. I ies' cabin till u o j t'a-s that boat. Fire up 1 I' ,to morrow, nine o'clock the result wu asfollows MCDONALD, Ju. -





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eW language upon the party it controls j and thus -AJ4 asd CoaaforV* not aUio on account of tb. poor demand spell bu<*l*."' flow do 1 ssell l&a F' Head iiUttTtera .lru1 bl&a.

f1rE FLORIDIAK.]: it is that th"i.he of the Whip are to b made Te Cincinnati Enquirer pats this strong case : for manco Cotton not quoted. sid the broker. *' Why, I spell it ri lt-bow ADJUTANT GENER\LS OJ'FCE

subordinate to the conscience of that paper. Thisis .If a man have a difficulty with a partnership) g. unconnected. The do you spell it ?" Oh, never mind" uid the TU.LAiu'JJ March M }

: "LET US ALONE. all easily enough und"rto. Besides, it feels I concern, and whilst being prosecuted by one member Royal Family were safe at latest dates, but man combination lock. how I spell it ; CsxtiALOnras: Jlt

__ -- and CAR of the firm, he is told by the other that the claim the Revolution unchecked. how do spell it 7" ** to be 1 A GENERAL COURT the trial J
: assured that Tsmon. you
::::==:===:I pretty, ,'el CAZFLL I urged is an unjust ind unholy one, is it not reasonable & (.U-I.s surt 1. irAJr.\
Thiers Babrot and Mole the broker. It do said of Major General l JAM ndme -
said
were mi ,
proposed
Saturday, March 25, 1848. MACK, its favorites, are the men, no matter what to suppose that such a interference will han.gelt a Te the Second
settlement ? Such Ministers, tb. and the lock .and boots buts Dii.on. nn lbs charge* ap4) specific
other may '.nt. for the Florida Whigs to run for influence in preventing a is bu rejected by People, man ; you pcl cations against him by Major losers Pxt*

DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. Prt.ident.Congressman Got'ernor,and who will, the position of affairs the with claims Mexico.of the The whole democracy Government placards torn down. I wi unlock the safe &u/"and be did un. aoss. Adjutant preferred General 3d Brigade.;is hereby orderedto l..
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by some hocus-pocus, or other, be got iuto the field, are prosecuting nation, and the whig partnersare lok i in the twinkling of an eye. assemble a Columbus, in the County of .Colun f
country
against Eveningyws extra March 19 .tf
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tht ( .i. the
th on fifteenth
Fo day of Mat neit.
roIL COTEIL! 01L OF FLORIDA : the acknowledged leaders of the party. Satisfied of telling the that the demands urged against Foirrrful Preaching." .Ah sir exclaimed 2 Mona.,
Several taken .Court will ot'the following
conflicts have place betweenthe composed
WILLIAM BAILEY. and other them are unholy and unjust. and in tone pathetic b .
GEN. this.it cares nothing for your Conventions encouraging an eler. a recnlcction. OIflcers, viz : .. '
.aid and and the t ;
Who artisans.
cornfort"
them their resistance -
pit troops
humbug.. Why should it, when it can rule without in 44 our minister :\the rnm was a Major Genera] W'L.UA'BAILET. 1st Division. 1
the tones and who
\\hoarc Palais
FOR CO.NGREM : to the enemy The Rojal was taken after a terrible time he Cri General ALUM t
them ? powerful preacher, for i i. the short ; : *, 2d Brigade. r
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the .
WILLIAM P. DUVAL patriots carnage. Colonel SiMtrLSfr Jit Cavalr/ ,
delivered the word he knocked CJIL.
Mr.- : : C l'. fepeech. The Treaty.-The Mexican Treaty was ratified The Tuilleries taken I.) the people ; all three pulpits to pieces among, and banged u the inside Colonel Colonel! SAMrcr THOMAS. S. '.LIY. 61 h &luDeni. t i SI"

roIL PRESIPCNTIAL. FLrCTORS : Our dstir.gi.: d r.pruentativ in Congress,the on the 10th, by a vote of 37 to 15. In another column (the furniture destroyed attempts( made to out Bibles." Colonel D. C. LrvllCrox.Hem, Hh tilt ''I.* ;f' i I

GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS Of' St. Johns. Honorble CARRitCTOf CABELL is a 'i be found the vote, a well a a synopsis! ol fire the building. o'fhc Colonel Jorfi ".. 12ih '

CHARLES II. DUPONT, Of G'.lltkn. gentleman with a very retentive memory and very the Treaty it elf.XJ i eecuriles advanced. The ad. CONVENTIONS CAUCUSES- Jc. 3. CotoneIAE.MAxwrj.JojgeAdyoeaeGen: .

JOHN MILTON', Of Jackson County. industrious withal. He bal strung together all the !___ I It vance on cotton had not }been sustained The Whips for some time past t. hare held I era!, i I-' dftlir lo act a* Judge Advocate and Recorder : f. ; 4

-- -- ------ ---- been The Ten Regiment bill passed the Senate on Senator Sevier sick with intermittent fever horror .
has their hands in and
noisy cant, and slang and abu!e, which up holy righteous" By command of the Governor f. ,1
State Convention at Madison. the 1Mb. by a vole of 2f to 19. at Washington. .
The poured out upon Mr. Pot and his Adminilation. at ni sort of means used to concentrate and u. L. A. THOMIKOX t
rt.
The proceedings of the Democratic State Cnven- from (every whig kennel in the land which will be &: The Hon. A. H. Soviets, Senator from Ar [Ue leaven it other items mentioned in the actions of party by means of conven. .Ij'utant and Impa:", GeneraL f. I:

assembled Madison Court House onJJondiy hour Courier slip.-CD. GEOR.] lions, &c. they have; not de.viscdany March .IS, ISJS. 3-.; : : ;
tion "bleb at found pressed into Mr CABFLL'S cne speech kansas, has been appointed and unanimously con- caucuses ; yet : it

last will be found in our columns lo-da dre! ed up it i!truf." ith a little more respect for firmed 1 Special C'lmmie.ion..r to Mexico, in con Cit ARLESTON, .March 19.-Cotton.-The better than the same h&nb'e means Just Received, ;

Their length and the I late hour at which they were the taMe ot his readers than can be found in the nection with the recently ratit ed Treaty. When a Speaker of our House of Kepreten-- T LEWIS i
Cetton AMFS
market ] A fre-h
D.us Store,
on was very quiet. 1 a supply 1 j;
received, necessarily compel us to fmil am' n h.nd- original Lut thrre it is-a genuine rehash of all 8atuna" tat 'cs was to be elected the wings went into .c1. New and Valuable Medicines which '. ..
l'he transactions, -
II to about 500 among
fhdi"t Chiireh, South.Pi-hop i CrrR
, ed remarks in connection with them and we can the blustering and aflectations of pa'riotim : wprt cnnfnrd caucus, to nominate a candidate. and it 1':1 are the lull mil,\: : = .
br !ir; recently returned from his tour tf duty, attendingsix bale, at extremes, from 6j to c. No changein I
DR. SPENCUJN .
said the Hon. E. C. CABELL the VFOETABI RES-
1 scarcely do more than call the readers atlertiCln to which t.v marked the coure of the whigs : graced con. rILL : i f.TOIhATIVE .
j Conferences his portion of the Episcopal prices. )
; the harmonious deliberations of the Contention as f.r months I.asl.( Thee is the same cant abut forming; Ktcc .\bont tierces sold clare with his presence. When a Sp.akcroftbe : De*! ned for. and : .
work in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Son!L. 400: were on the U. S. tCrure.* Dyspepnu. Liver Com
in their On all ids, fri m tut from the controterst House Representatives of PiUs, f :
manifested proceedings Mr. POLK backing Oregon from hundred ;pla.nt; -and all kindred 1
Saturday at : to .
The Bishop has (furnished the follow in; .tali.ticsTrav i : q| 3g! per mar. .
friend and foe, the Contention i ill represented to liate and about the aid and comfort" given to theenemy ket firm. Congress was to be selected the Whig Representatites di'es reiultins irons a disordered stomach or impure : .

p. and bodies tie! tf Mexico; in this country, Preach Local Wtilrs CvFd Inaian Iner ----- -- at Washington, went into Caucui state of bfM.dDK ;
of the t bt ins
been one largest mo respectable parti Missouri, b7 '..47 11M( (K) 2":J 1
i of the kind ever err.bled in FJ{rtda. TreDemc'C- and abjut the tinbrcihtt" mant.ted by the Administration Sr. Loins, 53: lf.3 laOil 1t':- >'['Ic s''''] F'om tTr Plori" Sentinel. and our Representative the Hon. E. C. C.B. The 1ILLSOr LOZE.\Gt.

t racy were there in thtir strength, and no rrMaVo in its nianag: ment of the war, and soilhall Ind MH. ::1:1 ".7 273 ..J77 C!"! .\ H.NA.NCIEll. ELL went in two, and gave his adhesion and before set.the public mm1: efelual.er.dictio of WOAMS, in' 'f"
: 17'X) f.) 072 A himself IV. S. Car iocd for abolitionist' !
Every County in the Stale, ncrptlr \\alton. Let}, "n. \\ : Ihisstufl the readers of wins paptrsand I-' PHI ( person staling Mr. an Children or .ArioUsHI'LL'S #..
i familiar let I:- Texas "'1) .12a'j: *>K ( 39-J this about three week They at that meeting parsed a resolution COUGH LOZENGES. I
! and St. Lucie wa rej'resented either by delegatescr ) whii !;'I.chl's are perfectlt they Texas 30 54 2KS 77.. O> O;T ]) care to place Will FREV :XT Consumption and CCFE ail cases of {
in :
, their proxies The greatest unanimity and enthusiasm hate a utah edition if it in Mr CABELL'S recent -- since, from Charleston (S. C.) 1 b way of St.? recommending the a gentleman a neighboring Colds Asthma Spitting ot Blood, Pains in the Side.ShrrtQCM 3 I 3 %

pr.ailfiflnd one se-jtiment seemed to speech pat aded out before, them in Li, own peculiar, 2-1 :',l 37sU3: 54'i I. 3177 2'.il.1.rul1criiIesat..1noer 1 I ) County to consideration oflhe whig Con- of L'tealh.and all other Pulmonary Com
Marks. At the latter plate, he oit that I : ; .r
; \enlion to be held at time and
.. some place, as #
animate the Conrentien, and that wat a determination piquant" and !t\le'! What matters g plaint a
et'cli\'c' J l'arnin.-Ttie Jack- ho bad mOney w bids he invent in fit candidate for the office elector of President -ALSO- l' -.
to forget men and look onlt to the! success of it if one who hate wril..n or spoken before I 1vi.hc D
ctery son (Tcin) thug of a recent daTe states that a MrWooisv the oflhe United Slates I DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, i.
of
the great and salutary principles cl I the Republican I him had: travelled otir the fame ground, uter in; I purchase cotton and obtaining a letter Well known as a Safe Certain and Effectual Curd ;
ho lives near Spring CreeL, i i. that County bate found out that their doc- .
party of the Union. To advance this end the Convention I the same abuse and <>j inion, and exhausting the : : of introduction to OIH or two of the Tall.iha Tie Whigs for Fever and Ajne, Chills and Fever Intermittent .
while down his for the cf 1
'. called, and faithfully and gloriously I. same themes Mr. CABri.L/nu..f peak-his o'er taking gun purpose IurtIn see rwnliant bore and commenced respect to conventions was not a good and all other Fevrrs. Price reduced tf Seventy 't J
came >
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I has it carried out the ((,which it was convened bieat mu'-t l>e eased. >o doubt it was a I
ubj..c I charged whole contents of the gun entered the 'Ut1"f hit cntions. He exhibited 1.1 certiorate: of5000() ) beheld! and a tone to their party by The aHove Medicines, fresh and genuine. are tX, ?. J
The union and conciliation which stood cut dark and 1 for thy Administration, and given sale LEWIS .
triL1..llcur I trtfc, and caused her imnriwhate d ath This i i is on dt-incite to his credit in the BalI, of New' means of a contention, a meeting was held in by & AMES is .
19 prominently in all its deliberations is a sure harbinger the I hojies cf the dtnocratic party' of the Lnion.whin I I Tallahassee F.. :
another awful wainin for ptrsoisto lii cautious in York and in t'n' of of bu i- this city on the 1th mil. and sundry proceed For certificates of "
of coming huccr s-and we hl] tri\nIII: our worthy rcpresentatite mounted the tri-I ? presence one our rr omrncn ation.andorher information : S :
I the us; and har.dlin of fire-arrrs I ings; had and resolutions passed. rOlccrnln? ; the above Medicine; ,Ice future '
assuredly. There can be little doubt,et en with our bune and commenced hisr\x-; With A>PRIWSr ness men enclo-.rd this certificate in a letter to j
; From all this we infer they hate made the adverti!, rrenfs, and parapLTet, which ftiay be obtained '
opponents a to the fact that Florida is a democratic 1 -\\KT on theTarifT, and Mr CBELL the Death cf a .Member of! Congress.-Tne Savannah Brown Brothers & (. of New "i ork, in which discovery, that consistency is not a jewel.'- of the Aients .r s I't

State, and we only hare to pit e a Icng ruH.a ttron; Oregon rontro\'frC v and the Mexican war, how canwe Republican of the 1 lth in.t. sats : .We sine time> he informed them that he should! draw uponit Augustine Herald. March tS, 19t*. 3; J. 'H1

pull and a pull altogether," to sweep this State like hope to hold up cur heads' With *o much since ((20th DC'C..mbr) recorded tie arrival I here of I I .
in three -. Taking his witness to the Tax Collector's Sale. r 4 ;
a tornado. With such a ticket as DAILLT and DtTAt. learning and wisdom a* these two gentlemen bring I the Hon J. M HOLLFT, M. C., from the Stale of taJ DEBATE I\ MENAGERIE. .

.and the issue which the Whirs, have tendrf), to bear against lS, wt chance is there for tie pocrb New York, on his ,way to Honda, for his health.- po>t. tlC he dropped what was supposed 1 to : TiE the John TN I pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly r .
I (Reported Eiclusietly Donkey) of the State of Honda, entitled An Act to enforce ; ;' -
and which are joy fully accepted \ enter upon tie i benighted democrats Alas, for the hopes of the I We regret to learn his recent death fr."H hemorrhage IX the same litter (but now believed to be an- Lion (rising.) Ughrooool-Tgorooooo-uh! the payment of Taxes, ss.esssd and to be as* ; f""; .

canvass with old-fashioned, |.a'nclic 7cal l and ardcr democracy and of the eounlf.-tr. POLK'-dmin-I of the lungs although he Lad been apparently improving ether of corre-ponJing size and tirccti,>n.) in Uhrojw rrrrrrouh se-.ed, against all Institutions claiming Corporal } 0' .'
Tiger (angrily.) .
Our cause is tbe cause cf the country, and the Democracy i.traion. i.a done nothing w;'rtht. of credit f for some tiTe Hit ion passed through hu : privileges in this State," approved January 4th, 1St'. 1J
the box. lie then sold drafts to the amount !
nce.1 ofSGOOv eaouw I have levied and still for !lle. to (lie F ;
upon
expose :
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I .r
intend and mean to mile the country feel assumption of the reins of ceninnlh his ."
city on Sunday renains .
go\-ernrtnt. )--actually- refusing several Leopard (pitefjllj.) E.uh.oyahow! !; hizhe :bidder in (runt; of the Court Hot>*e in TaT- '.
and acknowledge it. The battle may be Cctce and but blundering and backing marked its applications 1-ili.iist.f, en Mondav, the third day of Apntneif all 5 \
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Rhinoceros dubiouI !
lent, but the Democracy are re.dy (for it. They course. I has.trampled upon the Constitution and II IATF C HWahirpton rJn:, I to sell l levotiJ that amount, alleging that hi? ( ) On.ckf O"n.ckf< the interest in law and equity cf the Southern Li:. 4'
March
12,1'5. 5 Lion. Ughrooo r roo !- :
challenge their oppor.euts: to the coriLct) : ; arid withan the right ot Mexico aidcflhe American perple! dipoMte was ex'iau.trtl' and, j jlrtathaly} still{ farther roo roh Insurance and Trust Company in the following dt.cribed f. r
I To Tallahassee
of
E.lic1 J'arnt : roo rooh IlrrrrrrrrKiiKKKRKUl'oo'jriLoo-: n,1Utf! and Mortgages and other
open field and a fair and honorable fight, they' GOD Oh it is a most wicked and corru; t .Aclmmistraticn, I to h ircba-d : proper'y ; t t-
i I .The Resolution ot the Legislature! requesting a 1Np up as'araraces j < j>: ooooooRHRiiRRuliurrrrrrrOOllH or so much thereof, as may or shall be fleeces'rj, lo : : t

t fear the result.Of and Mr POLl i< a perfect mo1.ster I speedy survey cf' the private land claims, were duly I H'ventv-nine: bar! o** cidtmas winch \u're (!l-1 W (together.) \eo\\' comv ne pat the amount of State and County Taxes, due by :
candidates for and ,\. the of Mr C. it is ideals : cad' Company for the 1345 and 1517. together .
our Go\"tnr Congre, '' to argument *BELL !speech :I years 'i
presented to the Senate, and referred to the Committee to t. Mark fur t tuNcv ow ne-a-a-a-a-a-a-on-Miow eeeix\v Ed- .
t fUfwrc : hipiiinnt ; with all costs. viz : William Fisher' Bond for tI
Their lu is identified took
net nopck. ab ut this : Mr POLI high ground as to our
hal tcry 'I on Public Lands I sent a copy cf them to York r a-a-a-\-\-A'! a-a-a-nYOW Jv.">00, secured by mortgage dated 15lh July, 1531 {
and after aril undrv' other lit. I
with that of our bcloteJ State-we might n-ht in but, like a true patriot, lie acted j ; so these -
alr.ostIY Or'gon. and I II. Bradford Bond -
J the Commissioner. of the General Land Ofce, I Serpent (slily) tssssssss 11 fcr 610,000, secured by g
is coeval with it. In war and in peace-in adVersity upon the advice cf the S nate, rthcr than upon his enclose his reply to my request for an expression of I tIc exploit, )Ir. ,r S. Carpenter vamosed Monkey (laughingly.) Cbeah,ah-cah !- mortgage, dated lit August, 1S39, ca flares and" jo .1

and prosperity'-they hate stood by her,freely inditidual! opinion and therefore he is a monster his views, which I think it would be well! for you to on Wednesday the 8th in,'. for Apa'achicoh! } to I I jah-cha-ah I land :. .I' f.A I .
Wm Eoni for ). secffretl
tendering their lives and their means in her de Again, ;Ir. POLK di.n't order any troops to Oregon publish for the information of those concerned. return in a few davs. Since that' time, Mr. I Elephant: (authoritatively.) O.ompf-ff! gage, dated Eurney's"lh Au?..1 1539.S7rj en (slaves and land by mcrt- S .f

fence. Their qualifications challenge the scrutiny' to settle the disputed b1day. because there was a Very' respectfully i ".. S. Carpenter has not been heard of- plffffl! A. R. s. Hunter', Bond for $1,' JO. secured by !:

cf the opposition. solemn treaty which forbade such a course until after Your obedient ser\nt. ,. (fcrocioush.) Vangh 'Njah cacrragedated3d! An?.. IS 39,en flaves ard land .
b A his drafts have come lack dishonored lyn: JoLn-D. I IarI"3! Bund for ".fn,secured raort-' .' :
O the whole, the Democratic party cf tl e State a certain specified notice, which treaty' he felt J. D. WESTCOTT, Jr. i 'X} by
elated 2Wh 1J39. land. I .
cay well be proud of the Contention proud of its bound to observe; but, under the advice 01 General Brown, Brothers ti Co. know no such mm- Lion decided! ) OOGHRRRRR gaze Aug on .
( Wm Tradewell's Bond for $-1,200 secured byrunrtcaze .. r. i
del atio. and of its result. I was an assemblage -( TATLOR, and because Congress had recognized our GENERAL LAND O'Tcr. March 10. IS I"!. finJ no certificate of deposite in the letter f (Animals ,to order, and the Monkeys dated Tlh April 1540on slave ." t

of the intelligence cl the State, and its icflj boundary to the Rio Grande, by establishing a collection SIR :-I have had the 1 honor to recc.te (from you a which they have received from him-nor i is look grave. A Baboon comes too near the Alexander Mclver'a Bond for 5,100, secured by, J ., "

nee be felt to extreae.M district to that line which I, Mr CABOt) I mortgage, dated 17th August, 1S3'J, en staves arid '
eicrj ( of the the latter
Hyena whereupon
'i of the
transcript of the preamble aid resolutions there anything on deposite to the credit of Mr. I I"y. cage ape land : -,

then anember of Congress by a minority tote, aid.din I Legislature of Flonda, relative to a speedy survey S. Carpenter in the Bank of New York.In plies the previous question: to the head of the Charles Cole's Bond (ot $6,500, wifh moA se.- ; : J

his Meetings lu Florida. doing, he did order troops into the d futed territory of tht private land claims in that S.It and pursuant former and takes the eyes and nose.) dated Oih: Dec J 41. on land and 51.1'i. .n .

The Whigs ot this State are rubbing and gether which. this action of COres had bound him !I the fact, Mr. ,'v S. Carpenter is a humbug T. R. Bettoa's Bond for fl-t/AiO. with mortt; -. I
to our request tthieh a-companied tranI -------- ----
l Mr. POLK i. mcnster- drafts his THE PRESBYTERY OF f LOUIDA t>ill bold! dated 2)t!h April, 1S42,on slavesmul,cattle,hogs,' 4 1.
t (nl up their loins for the fall race They are eti- to dcfend-tlierefore. a I script, I have the honor to inform tou that this olice his are a humbug- certificate of depo cJ-:: and annual crops of cotton and rcrn ,
Providence
stated permitting an
r dently) determined to maintain, and if possible, to Again Mr Pot has done very little to carry on thewar |i will cheerfully ca-operate to the extent cf its abilityin >ite i is a humbug-a forgery which provedso (its the next Presbyterian meeting Church of Monticello, comment Samuel W. Brown' Bond fur $4,000. secured by' to

strengthen the advantage they hate acquired during he has sent too few supplies, too few men, and t "vf mortgage, on land :
elesired o'clock P.
I the Clh at 7 r.
I promoting object valuable in Tallahassee, that he IT Thursday. April "
(tie last year or two, and to tm* ena tory are u
all their party rnachmerv in motion. They acted with the greatest tmlceiltty, but still: he has I IICt seriously has taken it with him for a simiar operation Clerk of Pre*!,rtcry.Qjincy on land and slaves t t
god the attention of this office, and is particular, .
ar. calling meeting and conventions,raising all sort I done enough to enable our army to achieve glorious ; elsewhere. The protested drafts came backon March IS, IMS Geo. E. Dennis Bond for SI 1.500 secured by moor? tI
adverted: to in my last annual report, in which gage on stares and land. ALSO-t large Iron Sale/
of through the Stl't. and doing every; II tictones from beginnn g to end without a single reverse "I Friday last and mail I Desks t.
eemmitee I will observe it is stated that informer annual morning by same t Paper Case. 1 Table, 2 large Writing >
ether thing to efficient organization.- and to alrrost the whole country in Spring and Summer Goods. large Book Cas', half) dozen Chairs, &or. : -
col'u..r
necessary three
I port*from the Department, allusion hat teen made i I days later a telegraphic despatch from t
They have got a foothold, and they to keep iyea an incredibly short time-therefore, Mr. POLK is a 1 'I I TOW RECEIVING FROM NEW YORK A. A. ."ISIlER. Sh'ff.1 :,
men to the delay and difficulty rrhich has occurred ill lo- New York Isn't Ir.I I '
) President has significant inquiring, 1 A Ralzarmes, fare! <*'s. And ex-officio Tax CcL Leon CV. =
till have mon-ter.
mean to on they planted Iain. I .
eagerly
they press tIe &ouh j eating private land claims in Honda orrin; to \v. S. swindler 7 A scrub- Printed Jaconets, Fancy Lawns, !*rt. 11, 1S49 34- t .
themselves imly in the cendant In the East, in for a peace, and has tendered the div branch enetcry I Carpenter a Caiabrica
the vague and imperfect calls, and failure on the \ Organdies, Ginghams, '
the West, and in the Middle, they: are at work, busilr proper occasion, Mill Mexico lias obstinately i part of claimants vindicate their am s '- race for St. Marks cm off directly afterwards Needle Worked Collars:, Hamilton Tax Sales. ; : ,

preparing all the means and appliances suited refused to give IFS peace-therefore, Mr J'OLI i" a | that as a remtdy for 1 eon bur in rti -pur:e sevenfv-fjve bales of cotton- Ladies Colored Kid Gl< re.!. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I ,
ti Urd Li do.
their und' W -1I-let it be soDemocrats monster Again, the l'rc.idta.t hiss sent to the Senate tit Gentl 'men* Linen and ie expose for sale before the Court House ; m it
1 great rtkin; i commendation which attached in short order and this
httetofore submitted, that ptonswn I II were Iri.Ii I.infM. and Fancy Linen Drill, door in the town of Jasper Hamilton County, Flrr-. t
which has been brought from
must be all) the more tigilant and irdus a treaty just en
be made ly law authvnunz the location cf such I i is the apology fur SGOOO, to say nothing Marseilles. \e-tings, ida, on the first Munday in June, 1543,the following : r' ;
trious. Better that we should have strong, vigorous Mexico, amid whieh! with Ilig1 modification, he I daunt the poor Marseilles Quilts, described much thereof will i
according to tN-m of the public surveys, about the the property or so as pay t j :
and zealous opposition, to stimulate and rouss us to recornerd the acceptance (, tht peace tray be and so as to embrace the ancient premium upon exchange. Mas'tuito Netting the State aid County Taxes due thereon,for the year ; L 1
than but which gives to the United I ilpOlCmf. Now all this was in Mr. Lechorn and P. L Hats, 1-47, to-wit :
the fullness of democratic energy, that our again rc.ortd. treaty! I very ungrateful 4t I
trfiere the after notice,fail to Verona and Madras Ihndk.rchi..fs.Linl'n 4 ,
caima7f. identify Light The W 1-4 of tIle S E I .01 section 33 (be entire oJ '
cause should suffer, and probably be lost, by the apathy States only a part of the :ortler regions of Mexico, the calls of their grants" \v. S. Carpenter. For, being a man of v-erv' Cambric and Pongee do. section 34; ihe W 1.2'of- -ution 3-; the ;E 1-2 of 4 '

ind'ce by an ea!y feeling of security. leaving the body an:SUh.tdlia portion c the country In that report i is further suggested that the law genteel and prej>o;.esMng tall, Coals' Spool Cotton the S W 1-4 of ,section 3C all in township 2. range -g iJ .

: There are,however,some difficulties besetting; the in the full potion of ill present or.ers-there- te made to embrace apjparnce. GEO H MECINNISS. 12, north and east; also the N W 1-4 of ,section 2; _."' .
,
general so as with auburn
any analagou Cases well made ,
whi"kffs March 25, 1545. 3; 4t
t.
i path of our opponents, which they have not yet decided (ore, Mr. POLK wants tLe .hole of Mexico, and is a which exist in other goatee and the N I-2nfsection3andtheN E 1-1 of sec- r. 1.
may States a certificate of le[ o'.ite cir 6000, and nobody} lion 4, of township 1, rvage 12.nortn and east par'
I bow to and which threatten be monster
get over to An of such character New Goodg--Spring Trade. '
Act
a would remove existing portinz to brian; to t the Estate rf Hector W. Braden.
to their feet. The last calls fcr would too much of to all ofMr knew how much more, as a matter of course, ---.--
.tumbling-blok I tak cur space give I obstacles to the location of confirmed claims ALSO-The S E 1-2 of the S E I11 section 31, .if s

a State Convention. The leading organ of the party CBILL' arguments. We think enough has and enable us to and Mr. S. Carpenter's acquaintance was July S.:F. BCRXEY township I, ran;e 13, north and tpurporting to*
proceed
summarily regularly
in this place, says no-we'll none of it. The West been i\tl to show the character of his speech I; with them, until the \\hold busme-sot' their location cultivated.! He was dined and wined, and TT/"OULD return thanks to the public and country belong to the Estate JOSIAh of Benjamin T. BAI DEN Chaues., Sheriff .

calls (or a Stat. Convention The same (we is unforturate for t Iim that another impoitant fact \ planters generally, ro the past liberal palron.- ei .
organ shall be do9.d feted, so that I he may be said to have done this he has from them, and respectfully yefluests And ex-eilicioTaxCol.Ilaxnitton Co. ,
men the Sentinel cf course,) repeats its negative, was not known at tl.t time he delivered himself ale rectind March II.b-lt 34-3m
I beg leave, therefore, to reiterate tie recommendation thing a* fieople's h l bed and arc some I a continuance: of the samto I have )just re- 1
and adds that it speaks the views .entertained by we mean the Revolution recently! bun.D Paris.- of this office on the subject, and with ban" ceived.per Warcallar, from New Yorka GENERAL
the Whigs Middle Florida" In other words the Had this been known to him, he would have added, remain, times left, ithoutjuvt cause or provocationWe /.' I I ASSORTMENT OF GOODS which call and eU In Jefferson Circuit Court. .,,. :
.
great .
Est, whose voice the Sentinel seems to think quite in the floquf strain which distinguishes. his production resp'c. Your may, too, as w ell add the usual caution, and I inc for yoursehej SPRING TERM 1S43. ) C
obedient servant,
25 IS 13. 33
,
unworthy the listening ear cf Whig elsewhere, and -" LoC!to Paris, t that the President has RICHARD YOUNG, war al persons against harboring or trusting Mach Charles] L-PowfII, 5pelJwl, to Foreclose Mori/ f

the West, too,though in the language of that paper ordered a Minister to go there, and how this unne- :1 Commissioner. him or they may' be as badly! gammoned New GoodsFOR Arthur''E'UnlI'Y. $ gage of Personal Property. m

"clearly entitled to speak frll." with every asou- C'< ary and unconstitutional' act has convulsed Hon J. D Wi5'COT. the SPRING AND SUMMER TR.\DE I, TilE defendant, and all persons interested, arc *

lance that her voice will be echoed by' all patti of France with a Ret'ulut ion. Oh'! the villainy tf that Senate Stales as were TalnlH (aD. received from New York per latest arma's! notified of the filing of the Petiticn ftr l*

the State in a "ccrdi.l and hearty respose" mu -t wicked Bioncter, JAMES K P,'LK. Would to God tnile JlS assortment of FANCY AND STAILEDRY Foreclosure of Mortgage in this cause, and they are j &
New York of to and to the same,if
Ros.-The correspondent required plead anv rIca
both yield their vie. and wishes to those of the the Atlantic Ocean could roll its "nt. as a wall up fiomtht Charleston Courier, Maich3th\ GOODS, to which particular attention u mviUd appear "
tells they haveaccording to law. The is on .
the Philadelphia Inquirer an amusing stony J. M WILLIAMS. mortgage personal -
.TVhigs of Middle Florida" Strange precedency to heaven, and that a like of fire would separate- LATER I-ROM: EL ROPE. of a new invention agam t rogues, called : March 25, 1S48 36 2t propel ty. and was made to secure the payment
thi'ri\"e to the We t, We hate heretofore called me from all that it ridiculous'!" of( fifteen hundred dollars and intere
REVOLUTION IN FRANCE. the u Combination Lock. Recently a Wall JEFF .1.
attention to the doings various Whig meetings We "il, from time to time, pay our respects to Spring and Summer Goods. TIIOS. HEIR
c broker considerable : and who
street S licitor for Petitioner -
The Apalachicola Whigs have recently joined the this perblnd to that other one Mr CABELL promises ..iBDIC'TIO.- LOUiS 1'UILLHTE lives in great style in the weath. March Il, IS.aC 34 2m ?

others in calling for a convention They had I us. Jiy the way, wouldn't it be better for him FIVE HUNDRED PERSONA KILLED. purchased a beautiful fire-proof, in which BETTON d: HIGGS,

well not open their mouths I is ordered otherwise to abstain, lest he set the world on fire There is Betucen twelve and one o'clock last night, to secure his valuables against the fiery elements ARE now receiving a large and general a !crt- RACES.-Central Coursc'Mact,' #

by the Sentinel, and lit fiat is to be the law of Honda certainly danger of this, and his friends ought to le our Baltimore correspondent forwarded m a to which he affixed one of these beau to which they of of invite SPRING the attention AND SUMMER of the public.GOODS,

vthiggerj. him know it. We are surprised that the Sentinel I despatch by Telegraph, from which we learn tiful reins of machani m. Thryare s extremely March j."1845. 3tJDomestics 4 RI

It is Dot strange that there should be a call by ire should think it necessary to apologize for any defectsof the following intelligence : complicated that you may lock them, l- a

Whigs of other parts of the State for a general con this ,pcch.fbat .unpaired !" Can the sun I There has been a Revolution in France. hand tbe key to the manufacturer e\en. and &c. ; i -

vention.( One set of them desires one man for Governor be brighter than the sun Can midnight be darker I Louis Phillippe Lad abdicated the throne infavor the chances are as ono to ten thousand that: /-10TTON OSN.CtRGS. tIe

another set another man. Some of them declare than the blackness of e'arkr.ess' Can confu!n,n be : oflbe Count de Pans, and (the Duke dt Il will not be able to open them. The \ / Cotton Brown Yar Shirtings Sheetings best Southern i.c. Factories, t

their preference for CLAI for the Pretidei'cy. worse than conIusin worse confounded ?" .Impaired Xemuf was proposed a Repent but rejected wards and intei lor arranjjrmetns of these locks Super Colon u. I.

others declare in favor of TAILOR. Some of then ," indeed! The perfection of perfection is i b) the peop'e who demanded a Republicanform are alphabetically arranged, and you select a Blue Dril", 4 1'

sly they will vote for the nominee of the Whig National nothing to it. No more of your apologies, lir : of go\ernmcnt, and an end of the Musarchv. word in the language take the f"tl'rs. and Blue ,.
St. Louis City Dour (warranted,) Regular Spring Meeting. over the Central t
Convention whoever he may be, for Iru'- ----- -- lock the ward answering to these :litters one Allo. Mill THE .
Brass and Hair Site !,near this city will commence on TUES-.
dent ; others say they will vote fur nobody but Gen- American Art Union. I The deputies opposed a Republic, but wert I b) one. Thus take the word chair-)'oul49. Tfe following- t

eral Tsrz..o,u Some say, let us send Delegates to .'. I Ft.\GG, !%(]., has been agent of the Art I overpowered the people. The troops ol then h, then a, then i, then r. Now it must! Brown and While Bar Sap.ec. Purees will be offered The money to be hangup at .5.A

that Convention, others that it "'il be of no 'a Union for this city, and Mill rec .ne subscriptions the line fraternized with ihe National Guards, he unlocked in (the Pre way and unless! you For sale at the lowest prier s Ly he stand ready for the winner cf each race. .e

they are determined already '-hoto vote for, no matter for the Society. and the National Guard with the People'. hit upon the exact word you will never he GFO: H. MEIXXIS. Pvrse.Tuesday 1-
March 3C; first day. 1 mile beat $-.00 00 itWednes
what the Convention may do With all these At the last dates, all Paris was in the Laud aisle to unlock it. \Vcll, the broker in nues- 2IS-S. >ay, second day 2 mile heats 3 X) 03Thur $P

conflicting opinions there would seem to be omreasoa War Statittitt.-The Quarter Master General's of the National Guard and tho Peop'e.'! lion locked his: new safe : lcordin.to the word Buggies for Sale. y. Uird day,3 mile heats. 600 00 y'

for their desire to hold a State Convention.- report to the Secretary of War furnishes some interesting A proteaaion passed through the btreet .boots," but after worldn for an hour received lour handsome Lather Tcp BUG Friday, fourth day best three ID fie. -

While in other respects,they are manifesting a pro .tat:st.( in connection with the ,'a with carrying the Throne out of the' Tuiltrit's. and or more the next morning, he could: not unlock JUST GIE.made expressly for Apply, Si'ver,wmnin Cup, horse worth $:1,for second best, 2UO 00 4-

per spirit and there seems to b a unanimous dec:re Mexico, from which we slather tat up to the 21th( in triumph singing the lareil hymn. it, and gave: it tip in ele -pur.; to R WhITING. if more than two starts.Saturdayforbeatenhorses..
At the Tin Manufactory.
March 23 lSlS.' 30
t. knit and combine all their strength against the of Not ember last, a pl'rio- eighteen months since There has been a frightful of hie, and. As his funds were all locked up, he had no 150 OJ

Democratic party, it is but natural that they should the war c 'mml'nctd, ll.'ild horses hate been l rnished in many instances, troops hate: refused. to act money with which to pay his notes and carry Family Wagons for Sale. CHARLES A. .ELL. 1-

ek the only] mode open to them by which to remove the artillery, eat airy, and fir transportation ; against the people. The number of killed is on his business that day, but a his credit wa received two handsome FAMILY WAGONS. Macon. March llth Secretary, 1S4< Central Race 34 Club.-Sw'

and reconcile their dl erence.. They are not 22/07 mules, 10, *'oxen, 5, *0 wagons :54 steam said to be upwards of FIVE HUNDRED, good be raised sufficient for the purpose b) .TUS I ')ii'I._ ... R._ \vntTi\n" .---.-_, .

Willing to stop short of entire union ano harmony ; vessels, 4 ships, 2 barques ", S brig, 31 schooners, principally in the neighborhood of the Tuilleries. I borrowing of ihe banks. 'I he next moringIhe Mlr.25.1849. 35 At the- Tin Manufactory. Land for Sale. 3

ud we suppose also that they are unwilling to yield 201 scows and surf boats, besides irom O to 300 I manufacturer cf the lock, according to request Sea Island Cotton Seed. undenigned will sell that fine tract of LAND.'

the respective views to the dictation of any one wagons soil carts, 4():to SOOO pack mules, and several It ii lid that Gen. Lr3occRr had been called to ascertain the difficul y. He J. known as the Gaskins tract, and situated about .
ISLAND
SEA COT-
BUSHELS SUPERIOR fifteen miles of Tallahassee in Leon Courtl Said* .
section and vessels that have been either killed or dangerously wounded. said he had no doubt he could unlock the safe ho ]
even though counselled to do so by the SenJ sail steam necessauly TON SEED from Charle fon,for lle br tract contain about fire huadud and sixty
The people kate taken of the if the gentleman would tell him the word to DANIEL LADD. acres. .
J t They want some general expression of opin- hired. possession about two hundred and fifty acres good bannock ;
toni the raifs the line which he locked it. Boots" was the word. March 18, iSIS. balance land of rior '
some reliable declaration of the wishes of a maeeity rail.ways an up on to Newport 3 the pine a sup quality, weH wtercd *-

J their party in the State. There would then Mitnng Letlett.-We learn a geJt..mln near prevent approach of troops. and to work he set to unlock it to .boots." Notice.ALL there being a stream running bctwee' tho '

.-o objection to abandoning their peculiar riewi. Quincy. received a few days ago, a letter from one The mob were in possession of the Tuille. I \Vel. he tried, sanguine ofeuccess, but "boots creditors, and.legatees entitled to about hammock 5e.entyfi.e.nd pine acres land.cleared There and is otherwise on raid tract'im-"

d in Congress, mailed 29, at rice, and hare thrown the furniture out of the not unlock tb. safe. He tried again, persons -
)whatever weight those considerations have .f our delegation January or otherwise interested the e*. proved. Satisfactory titles will be made to the par I

thO who call for a Convention, we are not WahintOD. but which was found on the 10th of windows and again, and was no more successful. He tate ot. Andersort Sneed, late of Jefferson County ehue' Terms made known on application to .

"rpnsed that the Sentinel should toM in an out-house in lbc.n,Ga., broken At the time oflhe departure of the Cambra.it tried an hour, two hours, and three hours, with deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims JAS. T. DAFFJJC
opposed
.bruaylut.
h would success. Finally, a happy thought struck and demands within two years from thk date fo the March 4,1S48. (f .
> It hat for a long time stood out in violent open, and forwarded by Ike person who found it.- was thought A strong government bt no the will be barred and all 33Lime. I
op. same
from his undersigned or ;
I*"*"* to inch a meeting.,. Th torrents of abuse We have beard of other missing letters, We under- organized, and a Republic on the model of the him. He wiped the perspiration face, indebted to said estate tie requested ta make ,

1 .baped upon the Democrat* for their action in stand the Port Master General has despatched an United State proplN. took a drink of water, examined the key again, persons immediate payment to .400 BARRELS F1R7T RATE LIME for a.& '

to t the causes ef suspi.don. There was in the Cotton Mar. I and looking at (he broker straight in the eye, WILLIAM SND, Adm'r. by .. r.Hoe .
it from tb. Macon
c'fti advising Whigs to iDtttipte .
rre.4 I sgent fret. There hid been a slight advance but I said :-M Sir, allow ma to atk you how you Jeggncantya1a.eh 1 31 I Fcb' 'l6. 1StT M
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:! .fir! r ..'. Notice. -- --Bagging: and-Rope. -L.- & H. GREENBERG & CO.. Boot and Shoe Making. FLORIDA LAND SALES. STEAMER GLASGOW


,. t : t .r: : montfcs after daie.l shall pre er.t my final ac 7DPIECES best Kentuc Bazging, Still continue at their old itand, rpHEunJersienedjhavinicpurchased the
$ SIX and roucbers to the H. n. Judge of Prl' toil* bv X enire: stock and material of LCAFIRciirELP.
tl. l i ROJe. and
\ k Come .Monroe Jrfferton Streets, _i about leaving the Stale,
who is
LINDENBERGER.
,1 .. bate in and' for Lron Count), and apply fur letters o nRCIrr & a
I''I' 1'* dumiwion es sdninistralor of the ,!ttO of Josepl November '.' ) WHERE they, are \opening their FALL AND respectfully intorm bit friend and Ihe .1
: Allen, deceased. supply c.f .'RFXCI ENGLISH, public t that he i is at present at the old stand wherehe JAMES TUCKER, MASTW.

% ,i COUNCIL n. ALLEN GERMAN AND! ." .- DRESC GOODS. i is prepared to execute all work in his line with undersigned avails himself
&c.
Pickles
t AI! the will annexed.4S. Spices, Ri
r .;] \ i 1' ; mi'itatorilh 6m r TNDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkin*, Mancoe*. On- ICri rt inn of colored and fancy Silk.| ,Parisian Plaid. of calf skins and all potts of material, and will GLASGOW i h now the new srea:
2G. performin her
r Tfnl1' .S. U unis and mixl P. 'kll. |-u'kled LuL"Icr.VoI >inped and Printed Caibmerfs. Plain and Colored maVcat short notice, and in the best manner GENTLEMEN'S : WILL be offered (or sale at Auction, on the 71h lh-Suwanne River b lwen regular tri *-*
t j : 1. .ut nod Toma'o Olive Oil, Mus- nreiieh Plain Striped and Silk c- of of March ISIS at I time County Site ol Colombo
;L ,1 '.: Doctor John P. Duval, Idlhups. Capers. : 1.rilo. wove Alp ROOTS AND SHOES every deicrip- Keys. Ibis boat i is strongly! built tjjk.JWl'fenalsand
of
\ ; aid, Plrer and "; :alce. Cider Vinegar, fresh 'a. &r. ,tion. Root f.:footed solcd.and' otherwise repaired in Benton County, East: Florida several tract of Land, III
j 1 I ;. hi* profc<"ional services to the itiren-- lirsh Sahi.cn. in Townthip'ai 13 ai.d 24 propelled by two engines anti eintfci ,
t OFFERS ; ( and Currants in t.Hlos. \jrrcat tanVlv of French, English, anJ American tjood style and at reasonable charges. lie will warrant Range Township carrying one hundred tons burthen .

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t \ i! :.. ': J lrVm.. Wil on'! Eujldirg! cvtr Uo\UrJ'1 BooVStore. a\enre, I llnndy Cherries, Preserved Ginger CJTint Wors'ed: PhuN of dilTt-reiit !'\'lu and qualities; ,,110 give as good satisfaction :as to lilting as any On the I4lh day of March, at the Court Housi'of senders, of light deaR,accommodation req-iirinj but fcr forty

'::3'' 0.. J TalUhaoeFebruarv. ; Itly. MicarrMn, Ytrmi ili. fl'i'iia and Arier- >hawlf nf every description color and qualitY ; other workman. Marion County, sundry! tracts in water, eveateea i it:
(.5 thereby her
enabling
I ,, .;: 2' 1<>.JS. 31 ca>i l.j', Inh Mosi, \ Currants, Prunes ?VM.., Jaronct, Cambric, Tarlcton! and Cross s Bar JOHN LERCII. Township 13, Range" CO, regularly at all reasons of the to perform her r

) ; ;., n-l Citrons.Nuitm..r Mulin ; My,1c7.! 42 tf II 13, it 21, and Cedar year between Col0'bus

\ '. >, : Notice.O *. Mace. Ginzer, All pice. Cinnamon. ,ilk. Thread and Linen Cobin, and a new style of 11, 21!, DAY morning Key,leaving Columbus every TiriS'
at 7
'. .t : ';' JX monllis utter date the undersiened. adminiO *- :':o\ec. Vanilla' Deans, Sa;
: :. ': tratrixof theMtateof F. Lipicumb.dweawd.vill 'weet MajurdC. Oranec-Flower, Re&. Perch wa- (\id. Ca"hmtre. Silk and Woollen Glavesfor Ladies every morning. Should tofficient patl'Ol'
) : I.e extended, the
vouchers t tiie en. extract: Rcse, Lcmcn, Peirh and VanilU. and Gentlemen ; At Madison Court House, on Thursday, the 23d ale or interests df shipp n
and
'. her acco-int 'TMIE subscribers would call the attention of the r"l'i
.. present ( lon c her to perform two
and ask .-','rllchv! LEWIS AMES.IXccmbtr : ;ilk, Wttollrn and Cotton Stockings for do. March : trip per week, the
;
JdJjsnf Probate of' Wakolla County b & JL |uMic' to (the choice and extrusive assortment will cheerfully acquiesce l'ropritOft
iid te. 4, I IS 17. 'n: Linen ,IU.l.I.lin and II. S >l Section. Township. Rarce.. in, and make the D4t.M
"J' t .,.. di;"charrd as administratrix of ftAt C.nlhriC opTic ; of GOODS, now receiving per Rrii;* Wakulla: and change,cr add another new boat the
to
dm'x. IIaidomc Silk Cravats French Needlework Collar TlceSF.Iof 23, IS. 7 E. fioe'or lik'cah.aeity
,';. E. E LI psco m. Eincline. Their stock his been ,li-cted, with care, to the now .
one employed. soon'
As
SWirl 21 1
J ri.1rcv. Iq ;. n rm Fine Perfumes, and Cape; from the most fashionable establishments! in New 7. tioUe this boat will extend her "prac:
NVof9' 1 trip
; : 4. for Dresses d! >. Green 7. the i
s.
1.lrl ; ;
; York and hav injj b.'elll'url'bal't at rrdured prices
1 I ': !: John P. Duval, Froa the Manufactory: of Lubin, Paris. 3plenditl! a9irtoent, of Hat, Cap and Satin. colored they are: e-iahlcd, to furnish their customers at price ". N E4of: 2'J' 1 1. 7. wannee Withlacoochie river to river.Ihe Upper Spring., and also pia*'

rjEDYOSMlA.: Helilrope"! Joole Clu'i, R.weGeiJ. Ribbons ; EJi-f 1. 1. b.
> low. Their
ATTOIINLY 1 LAW 'poilionati.ly t
The would
undersigned further
o : TBCIM and nnn ls Vief' C, 1. 9. state that h. '
M I; : urs, Patcl.oiilv:, Miirmonette.mbro Veopolitan. Slr\t ; ali
I :: T"\/"ILL/ practice in the Courts of Middl! Florida.: \ UII'ln. 1
'. .' ',:. 1 V tic Court c.f :Appeals ad the United State! l i :Va-jill-i, \"Iet. I IVrgamoltc(, Vervain. l.s. TOVM! Diaper Jc ; ::1If Ihe l i.st of JnacriJl"! and bi iii:: manufactured March : selves of the provisions! of an act entitled An art I,

: ., District; C'url at Tallahas '.. Mjrrocain and J5<'iiq-et.ANo Rich et Children's Ww.l Ci.a's an-! Cap; dir-ctlv wider' the eve of Mr. Stillmvi all S. T. R. improve the navigation and to navigate the Stllr..

.f Oflioeit W.n. \ViUoVs CuilJings; ferJ'ad's (;;,nn'i("Ar>hand! Perfume, and Preston, & \ I lirz aisort t'metct d f (.own Sheeting!, S'uirtin;*, l fear of shop.irnk is therein precluded!, and pers'in.htmrelmasinC The E 1 of N W 4 cf 13, IS, 6 E, nee river, and (or other purposes therein mention( } .
I enacted at the last session
of
,. : JJook Store, Tal.lbu.e.! Merrill's ExlraCt.t Frsprant Flowers. Stripfd Sl.irtnit .alllumI.n l I | ; mv rely upon Retting an article well EiofSW4of 13, 1, 5. the Legislator" of th:

c, : '. February' 2'J, lbl>. 32Notice. The true Farina CoIone-al.io the French and Uroadclolhs., (*.*1 m\'r! ., Lin
; )! : ;meucan.1 Lavender and Florid.ttr Ray Rum and Pl..idS.itinHt. J"n, TwVrtl [Rod and "h'I"t F.1LL .1J\'D ll'LYTCH STOCK WiofSEJof 14, 1, 5. their company pursuant the provisions of Mid ?.
,, 'j. '' : inJ- Ainu de la Rei'ie.fim? Cosnetics, rich! Pomades.hairout FlannelTickincolored ('sn.brui.! with: : lie S4of 31!, I. 5. under t the name and st ty le of the Florida State Iain

t SIX month after date the undersized, will pre and Hair-dve, Shaving and Toilet Soaps a-jortnient uf f Trirniiinc-i' FancGiwxN, Ptrffirnerv mae be found the following! : N E 4 of 6, 2. 5. nat Improvement and Steam Navigation C.mp11l| ;

: .. his accounts and vouchers to the Honorable (fine and:coarse Combs, Crushes: for the Head, Teeth, (''cmttlerv &.<*. All of which. will be clil lilk French Cloth. Frock and) Dress Coat, Bhi'k, I. EiofNWJof' 6, 2, 5. The Company will soon complete their arranremewi

: *. .. '. J'jUe ot' Probate of Leon County, and applj fcr letters N'ails and F'lcili. A superior article of CuM Cream, low' for c.l..h) t their .tre in this place, also' at Hrown, and IrivU. Green. Ca-tor Reaver Sacks Saxa: TERMS:-One-fourth cash. Ihe balance in three of which due notice will be given, for porcbaiii.
I G. tin, Mi\t Tweeds ;nd fancy cord Cassimer doIVIloti Cotton and other product of !
of ion as administrator >'f the estate ofHenry the
di"mil ::n piU.: For sale by LEWIS AMES. their sttrtin Moiiticcllo.' equal annual instalments, with interest in advance.Or country, or ,
of said Courtv decra rd.VESLKY & and Rlank: Overcosl, &.c., Heavy Pilot liberal cash advances, all
J. Ga Viis, late ahippJjwhen
upon
,.. December 4, Ie;17. 2J' October 3'; l t'47. 15 if any purchasers should prefer to pay all cash, property
V \ MANNiNG Adm'r.KyS. and Rt aw Cl.ith Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine Elk required As soon as practicable Unitfsuitable
--- five will be deducted from the credit instal a .FI
i I S. ShElLEY Agent. BARRELS EATING APPLES Notice.SIX a id nine; Cloth*. Pot t..l"1 of' J'.lark: Fiench Caiiii.er percent I packets" will be established by the CoBNr

V I I"I ht I tjo 91 > Rlk Rib'jed. do! fancy Plaid Check Si Striped ments. between Cedar Keys and New York
'a .. rtbrury i-1 '' do. Potutoes date I shall Lists! the tracts be had and New CM
month after present mv. al'cc unl' particular can by apply-
lr.h (lj) : also,Twped S. freight and
Salt. 1'J' do. !,. s on' hers lo time ll"-i. Jucttgi of I'rt!>trs rl I ins to any of the Post Masters: in Beaton or Marion conveyance pawnees/
V lack and Farcy Satins Striped anti Plaid Silks thereby securing fo all i's
Just received and lor sale cheap for ca h by Jefferson county aril apply l li.r letters of i'.snis-wn!; ; County or they will be furniah dif! applied for, by patrons, a safe and eip !
Velvets Plaid Cashmeres and Valencia Plaid Silk ditious mode
,. ., o SACKS SALT,JU3t rcceivt and for -ale' byA.'E Dsccttber4lM7. 2) A. E:. HOC. as Adininislrator! on the estate of Henry Ftldbtrg, letter poil-paiJ, addressed to Tun STATE RECI of transportation of their property f te
HOC. Ma'irkas: &( &I' eithei market as well rettfrn
as
eargoto its
r late of JefTirson c"uit>. dt'caictl.lENRY! l. TER, AT TALLAHA.rE. FLORIDA." place rf
c Th" haveaNi. an extensive wrtment of Cloths destination. The rates: of
< y .
Frbroarv 2C. 1 q.n: transportation win
M : :. Lard and Butter, GRr.nNKKRG: : Cas-mers and Vrstms! in'rntm'jrtured consisting JOHN nr\RD. Register ofPuliie instance exceed those heretofore I'DM'
Octohir 1C, 1'17. 1 13 Cm Lands oj the /aIf Florida.TalhhiiMe. charred or allowtrf
V Newport Mineral Spring. HT received per sclir. Oreon, and l for !:1t low in pi't I of: Sii,>rnor Frrncli Uh('k and Wool IseCl. for like services but a material reduction of
J Nov. 13, 1'j.J1. 17 such
K ( V' I by .\. L: HOC. -.'hiS, tIt I'I.ii.h do. lo.. do., Eu<:l:>h Blue alit! rates i is contemplated at an early period as
DWELLING( i.OlS FOR f '- The follow >ers will please publish the toon i/
K-LE December 4, 1 IS I 17. 20 NoticeS I livi-ii, i i'lc! l Greon, Wo.,1 Dve. d.,., Black Reiver and I J ,: pa; he ner-we business,shall warrant such
.t -ibove three month", and end their art"r-tIrlIJ to the redicfien'; .
V __t r pHE undcrManed, being fully en powered !hereby given to H!:| I'U-"II" iutcrrsted! that six ( ai.r do., I French Hlack Calmer, do. Ribbed do. The facilities offered to parties of pleasure and
._. .1 to make wTarrauti-e (ill*. has had the Wood Cutters. I month after dite.I I 'iall'! k.t my tinal account !I.,.. Farcv Plaid and Strir >
V V tt! __tract immejiafh around above Springs and vouchers lo the lion Judge rf Irnl.tf.in: and tn-.st fa-hi.>mile: vtvles f ; VI-STINGS of Black and line; News at Jacksonville ; Argus, Ocaa! ; Savannah the most healthy and desirable retreats )for ora..1
size ( (uls ot upward* l an a nuiAber, cf strong; and healthy men : Plaid Sat indo. Jo. Silk: Rep'iblicjn and G.'oriian ; Charleston: Mercurj invini
I I' in pood d\cl/ WANTED Tor the County of Jefifi r""n. and l apply for a diM-htr Kancv Silk and Woollen and otl-crs! in the State, and the beautiful and
< .cre which he, now or u for sale low. I lint. as choppers. Liberal. vxages t;!cmen. .. aj Administrjtnr: of, ihe estate of Anna Urooks. V'h'cl (Ca }hn eres and Valencias! Vesting ol Rich and Courier; I he Stand ird and the Register, Raleigh ; tic scenery of the Suw anneewill.it is, romaa.
be Dr. E. Apj'lv! to tl.c ColumbusTIIIII i, Georgia. supposed effn
at
nf the ttrrn can seen
: umC.ifh ( Ute cf said Cou-,\ decca?: II. Velvet PIusli, Xc. Xr. inducements tl many to avail themselves of
"iniRCHETT!: LINDENBF.RGER.November : so pI.
coin.lias frt chmce.
I Tshlhate. .
TJariard, ; Fast & J\MES: R. BROOKEJetRr : ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT; OF ant an excursion.
V .' DANIEL LADD.Newport. f, Ib 17. 1C tf f:3-: The papers which have been req'i fcd topublish
". r.tmun In. ttSg '>n Comf: iH-t .i i, 1-47. !11: ';ri I 1Ias antI Call-M'( )!lere\) Bro.fIlt: Illeach'd. Cotton t the Florida Lap.d Sales," will please add This Comi.iny havinr as they believe, made iH

Furniture. - Linen and Cotton Shirts, J Undershirts, t thesalesm Madison and Jefferson Count iet.; i above. lerii't-'f arranjirments? for 'the convenience and Mcomrnodation -

.I Bacon, Flour, &c. U..S. MAIL LINE iiik lt.il.; S'lk -'rI\oI"i j;ikl! ant! Merino Ja.l'r.i.cy And the daily panels in Charleston and cf the public, they solicit its patr.a" .a-

,: rccei,'ed schaoacr Elicia, from New Or- JUST I received from New Yoik _.44'ga. .. k r Satin do 'Lambs W,x'I and Angola viz- Ihe Mercury and Courier and the }!' 'annah'l "For.

.'o JUST[ per liaiid-sonie.., ?!.iio;anv Sos:., r--'-' i rit.: .'r.-. ". Ri: "h Fancy Sdtm anti Undershirts, and Georgian,w ill please publish, once a : fur'her particulars appl to : D. P.
SMITH i. Co. SJIITHI
Columbus '
; I pr. Divan. *. For silt- l.'r & Plain do! Scarfs, Urown Cotton and Cotton- for three months. Messrs. Hl

4. ; :: I Cal 3colhm., nmCII! :ItNDCNIILGEE.NQvmbCr2 .''"inv Liud II!:'. ado Dra\\er, I November 27, IS 17. 19 illS!, Madison; 1\.Jt'1 u. UTNAM & RICHARDS

S : I cieir SiJes, I It ; 1. U if{) l.ik White and Cul'd Kii,).Gin Fla-lic: Suspenders, ---- ---- -- Cedar Keys, cr to the \1nd "iVI'J. *
Shoiilder', _: t. .
-. _
G R''.l< liliiiin FKvir.! -- I (Gloves, Merino and Cctltn Half- Middle District of Florida, And JAMES TUCKER,

:V f Half bM*. (h"iC Family Flour BULL &PRATORIUS, From Tallahassee to Ptlacon.Tfirott I II o (, W.KIJLL.ClHCLrr AND COUNTY. Columbus! Florida Jancary others.22. 19-t9.Proprietor 22 .

; J hbl. new No. 2 Mackerel l. PiN-nl Latiitr! ShoeUuibrcllas.: Money DelLs Daniel Ladd Phir.t.ff, Iv
.V S Barrels Greenpples.. For site toby i .\Ike corner slcrc Uhfr!! the Seulinrl Office and :h Apt fo-'if!"" Furors ,fnm Tn'Iithassre) to I I.U.'III' S'.ioulder! Crati, &.c. wf. 1'... ? f II.\11!3r 1 Impy:t. City Tax Collector's
ana (11 t"nnli--1i n ill t'.irr Dtbt ".'" Sale.
iltiyi, i ? 7 53'
V NvenVr27. 117. l 1\) ALFRED E. HOC. opjiosile the Pho-nii Baildinis s, CL\RK i. STILLMAN.Octol Thomas. Lwkbart Defendant. $ '
tiiin le t.s..' t'n lies ;, VIRTUE rf
in 'a JI unA authority vested!
Notice. ARE NOW OPENING :choice and \\.1!! s&lerto.! ..v;,// t'.t..Ii".
: ,! ,>f CLOTHS, CAS" : : VI>TINUSand Stage will, leave TallJi.nsee! (.fl Mondt\. .. j o 0Tt"i r,) r l-J- _L' L'ickhart and all other ptr>.or.' intfrre.led in the publir! sale before the Court-house door in expose the as
aftrr the Administrator of theO TilE cJg .J t t1 J J City
months above that the : Danul Ladd has in-
CJ1X d.te. I\DY-MADECLOTHING. 1 cjue, plaintitl, ,
V hcgrt-at ( S. ant! Fndijf, it 4 o'clock, .\. M Tallahassee during legal hours on the first MOB-
of R. Hamphrie. deceased laf of Leon Attor n>)' at La\i', titutid' this suit attachment issued fn the rf-
estate care and taste bcs-tmvrtJ in the selection of ,. tht.. I\ and arrive : ( ti'iinry, nainbnd'e, \'\\- day in March 1S4J, the following
V fVnty. wil present lu< final account and vouchers and \\ >it thorn in 5.5) inc: tO1\, lionh purchasegood lon, Albany, AHMTUMH, and Perry) on Tue"da%!, JontircHo, Jfffcrxon County, Florida, (fice cf the Clerk of the said Waku'.U Circuit Court Lot numbers i>3 and S4, being.property and lying to it wit t":
of Probate ol 1 siid County, .,
J'iJ.e t'te! lands and idj and chattels
lotbe bargainson \\ill l 'l \\ to Call and examine '!'liur and Satur.! at Id o'clock.! against tenements, K south half of
; &davst i\-, P. M ill altenJ the Circuit Ctnrtsof the Middle county quarter, within 'the haiti W
r ]>rav for a di -\.v.a"11).11.
r.t -
fur the of
I < ;patience time cir Leaving Miron on ,a id of; this County of Columbia: of the I the City Tallahassee! or so much thereof will
"\ 27. t"17. II! GIf in tho dil'.crent: sl\r l | ar.d I limits (if I this State for a debt due lo the said
j Wtnlru-J and I I.
(nuno'r,11 1.lt'rs Mondav, tVt. ndaj at 4 o'clock A Ea:tern rruit.I'llIridl. ray ttlC'Cily Taxes due thereon for the year 1347.
LEWIS AMES, c tptsir; !: this a"$,>ilment : lfl it lo s ; M., and arriving ill jiuha-'sce! 0: Tu,.sdax.*. Thurs- Monticillo, August :.', IS 1C. } Ladd 01 a promissory note, executed: and delivered I Levied upon as tbe property of B. Rafferty. II
& ]>oiti 'n i.1 t tli< %c rl< Ilis amid cas-i: .ir> arC of Sirjtiin davs, and SJftlr! I\I, at !I.> ,.clo'k. P. M TI.iollint- and! payaMe to W. H. Perry < r bearer, dated the Sib be sold for cash. JOHN WILSON
l '. Itoaslrd November' 1S11.I due one day after its dat>>, and
DEALERS : : Lnu'V amid ''itcl.thins4idCUTV connect with the Ct'ntral Rail RoadSavannah. Law iouice.IIROCKCNEIlOCGII February 5, IS 19. 29 City Tax Collect!.
V DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS.TsHcl arlu-lv cf their stock is ol a stle and jualitv: tu-.ta, Milledjft-villc; I and Western Rail: Road to Co. which! note was transferred! fnm the said W. If.P..rrv
that plea! ,e the mut fast idiom. delivery; for a yaIciabcconsirationto I the
wil Iluibiis, Ga. It .iNo ront.fcts VMlh the Mail Line
Class Jefferson Circuit
: Arliflfi, Pfrfantrf, &t., Window & MAXWELL.WM said LudJ and interest Court
tvoulJ mention that tho"e CLOTHS are of from Quincy to (Cl.attah'jochie and I thence to Apalichicola. now amounting principal together -

PAIXTEHS BRt'sHEI AJ COLORS, the finest texture the best English wool dye, French Passengers fan go from Tallahassee lo to the- sum of three hundred.. and twenlv.s I IN CHANCERY.

V Aau caric Class Ware. &c. wool cvebtackdo.CassimerLondon! wool the black i Columbus in thire "las, and Int me night will! be H. RROCKENHKUUGH will return to Ho ven dollars: and --i ll -thr'e cents : Now ..heI'id William Bailey, Adm'r. de bonis non of Jab B J-,
do. CJ"8. French and black .. in time to attend all the Court of theIidde defendant and all other interested in the
the Grrm.A cloths,do. c spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. persons lam!, deceased. Complainant,
and l"or sale at I
'Ti'IE above constantly on banJo French fancy Cassimers.VI1STINGS The public may re,t a' ,un-d that every attention will : Circ'iitand Jackson and Franklin Counties above suit are hereby required ta enter his or their tt.

V lowest market pncts1"e of fine black Satin, fine plaid s"1 be paid to the comfort of these who may patronize I ; in West Florida D S M. will also attend the appearance and plead to the declaration filed in the Tilman D. Purifoy, Defendant. I

Silk Woollen Vehct, Cashmerrtt and this Line. Supreme and Federal Court". Their time will be said suit, on or before the fir!t day of the next MaY appearing to the satisfaction cf the Covrt.b

4 hive received! by U5:.arrivals 'larze additional which i I Ccrro Gor.lo and Cbcrubusco, Monterey checked. rAnE: devoted rxelusirthi to the legal pToft'uion.andebi I Cir'uilurt to be held in the aid Ccnnty of Wa-- I IT affidavit made in thi cause, that Tilman D. Pu-}

V "'p ,hejof Jru/s.WrJirineian'l/ st'of the Chtmica16 remedies, ,, I READY MADE CLOTHING.: -Superior Fine LIk. FromTalhliaifee to Jamrv ',f1? .r 0; to EainbriJge, aainst; t the. United States, 'for the attentive kuila.or otherwise mdzmcnt will be rendeied azainst OJ rifnvlh___. ___ _.lifl_.._ H_>._l lpn_.<_?_inf n.. miAfm._,___ nut__. nf__ the___ _Kilt._._ nf_
sizthr with I> lir popular I.tlnt ancd in I French dress std: 'frock coat, do. English: wool the 's! ; to AlbasSri II 1and to Micon22.. I!'ro"(Tiitionf which arran.erat nti Lave been made him vr them bv default. Florida and ia the State of Georgia on motion .f
the ett
n-nJir our assortment > I tic! ,. do, French Caiioirr Sack Coa': Doc-.km d' ., WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proj.rictors.. I in \ ailunhlO.Mmh DANIEL LADD. the solicitor 'lor complainant: It is Ordered, That

I the Stale. I \\t\f\i! \ aid fancy cloth Sack, mixed"Jtt-.kin opera' RvJOHXM YARN, Agent. 1:1.: I il7. 31 February ID. 15 ""t 31 the said Tilman D. Puri/ov iJp ann..r and answer
V n't hue now in store a lot of QUININE, war coats, black iH'arvrduth sack and over-coats l l ckCloj'us. I /me DiLl or complaint Lied in Tnis cause within loot
> CD- Ofije at the Planter Hotel, Tallaha (.
V ,unt(lpure. an I of very superior quality.Just .J'antaloomof line black e- Notice.SIX Land for S:1le. months from the date of the publication of this or.
ofFRISII CMsirtr,medIm II I MLEY! I Agent ; at MJj.! | NA TJIA\S, in Quincy.July .
: received a large assortment dl., a great .rdy: cf f400v Ca.imcr: pants, ol the 17, ivn. :i month after dtte, I shall present my final ac- TilE undersigned will sell that fine tract of land der, or the said bill of complaint will be taken let

GARDEN SEEDS latest sl\ lc.Pnl$ of f %ery tfsrrpti'n. ..Miiiarv'l'ricnmings : ''t ; \'nl'l I he hcr'olrrt'f tract.situate bout six confessed : Presided That a cepy rf this order I*
andouchc' to the Hon. Jud f Probate
: rs e >
t V Iroa the celebrat crd tns of Messrs Hovey & CoAl Hcsiery, Shirt, !, Crantt.o'.Iadjutir. Fenders.ONE in and lor the County of Jeflerson, and apply fcr a miles north ci Tallahots.il', in Leon Cr.unty, arid adjacent published in some newspaper printed in the Middle!
V the of Mrs. Hall- Said tract Circuit of Florida, once a week for the space of fool
invoice of KR \NDYANlWINE'S Stocks: Suspended, and even thing to plantation
*> a
eu11 tl..ice DOZEN SIICCTEON FENDERS, a hand discharge i as Admiri! connected about six i hundred and acres a months. (Signed)
a lot of quality. All with a gcr.tlcmati'd: outfit. contains forty portion
.. article for ale byGEORGE Gnnthain, late of said co'.mntvdeceased.
V it weclfcr for tale at the lowest cash piiccs. H. 4i P. are prepartd to execute all orders accorJinz WILLIAM GORMAN.Monticello. of which has been cultivated: arid otherwise im THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judw.
V \bib LEWIS AMES. to the latent and most approved t\les. II. MEGINNISS. proved. Satisfactory titles will te made to the pur December IS, 1S47. 22 4m
& January29IIS. 2* 4t September IS, JI7. U Cm
Tathha ee. Novlmhr 20. 1"J J ISVakulla N. B. 15v the next arrivals: we epect to receive chaser. Terms made known on application to

: THE REMAINDER.Octobtr Lamps, &c.1)ORTERS THUS JEFF. HEIR, Sweet Orange Trees.

: \ County Tax Collector's 10, 1M7. 13 PATENT PORTABLE) COMPOSIL Coffee. Agent and Attorney for the owner. 1000 SWEET ORANGE TREES, two yetif
'
OLD J\\ COFFEE, Februiry 10, l-n'S. 31 4t old, for sale at CJ each by the 100. by
: SALE.BY TION AND LMP", a new article that give a I )0GS, Rio do. 11. L. f AKt .

., V the vested In lw Leon Circuit Court brilliant Ii:ht. without either smell or smoke. ThesuVcriber do.I Notice.
virtue of authority tne by 21 Laznin do. January 29, 161?. 23 6t
have this and will to intends keeping a supply! of the fluid alvvavs Just received and for sal" by
I day le\'i&npon expose IN CHANCERY. Land. persons indebted to t he estate of Louis Joiner,
V ._V Jubie sile, in front Cout House, in the coun oa GEORGE II. MEGINNISS. Sept. iS. I lb >7. y LLOY) & FLAGG. ALL \ of Hamilton County, deceased, are requested Orange Hill School.
State of Florida, CreJilort' Bill fur tetllcintnt
of Estate.
V Wa"ula January 23, Is H. '-s 4t IW. C". II.SURGEON. IILmN1INC, to make immediate payment ; and those having undersigned takes pleasure in informing la*
:' V On thejirsl Monday in May next, James E. Rroome and others: for thein.eve< and demands are requested to present them in terms of THE that they have established a BOARDING

between the u.ual hours, the following pieces or ether creditor of A. :.1 Gdtlin, (011'ainanl DR. J. REESE'S DENTIST, the law.duly authenticated. SCHOOL at the beautiful and healthy location cf

parcels of Laiid, viz : 1.'. HAVING permanent: l located in Quincy,Florida ELIZABETH JOINER, Adm'x. Orange Hill Washington County Florida, with lilt
V Lot number s, containing 471 arM. and known Turbutt R. RtUIn,SJuh A. rbct ton,hi, Wife E\cc- LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE '. lendirs Ins, service to the public }'ebruaryl9.ISIS. 31 2m view of establishing a permanent Classical Academy.

: t.s the Rivet Surrey, according to the original sur- utri of A. M. Gitlin. and others, 1)efendaatg.J'IlCRE.tS PERSONS of feiblf! iistitutions': and those of se- ri the various' brar.i lies of hu prof s>>ion. I From Ida Notice. Timmy haveengazed the services of Mr. ROBERT H.

rev mala.by Asa lalfdd. 1t''or.1'0 lots l IJy! an ord'r IaJe by his Honor habits ire' .,i'leulh..utledilh habitua experience and! success in practice I.e foils a"surccof weeks after date, I will apply to the Honora WiNBURN, a graduate of the University of North

t .,. iu3 Vr 3'.'. 40. 41. 4., -.41.51. 52, :1'1.('J. C! Oi. Y THOMAS Dorci.A, Judge, on the Itt De- coMitciussliifli c'ltn! "Xt its a vtrv unfavorable triiiz able to I'lc'ao"lhucIIQ< ( may patronisehimDr. SIX Judge of Prcbate in and for the County tfWaknlla Carolina. Orange Hill is pleasantly situated on the

., C', (. CD, 70, 71, 7", M,), <'I!, Ri. 'U. 1.7. S, 14.- ember, 117, in the above c-utitledcaujcthe UII r- Ii influence UJKII I tn! i ir u-1. ral i.rallh, vvhich i* Part mc- I I B! refers the j-tiblic to fur letters of administration on the Mate Holmes' ,oiHey road,twenty miles west of Marianna

i- Containing each 3'iJ' acre; and known and cles signed \css appointed, ahujng other Iliinj;*, to take uUrly maiiiti-t."J 1 Iv iri LuUr.l: ; } it nit t..t31100 ol( Col. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. D.\vicso.v, of Richard H. Crow ell,late o! snd County deceased. i ii distant Ihi'ty or forty miles from the Gulf of Mexico

I cnbfd by nit numbers according to the original bur an, account ot w hat i.' due to Corii]>Un.aiits for their appttite., In this coh'Jiiion: ct the .y-t..rn, this article G"MI. C. II. DUPONT Dr I R. E. LITTLE. I HARRIET M. CROWELL.NewpnrJ'nimary22. and abound in the purest free stone water af-

V .ey fJe b\ HartfielJ, Sun e,'or. claims.. and to all ol.'t'r cr tlr.cf said A. M. Gat- i'< confident' u-couirncnded with the ajiur.iice OtI oeopposite I the M. i E.; Church. Ladies waited i 1'ol. :27 Ct fording a most delightful and healthy retreat,in sum.tner. .

All the above desciibed lots ot Land situated IvInland hn, \\ith intere (thereon ; it was onltred further t that, il the d.i.-o is properly udjUsttd! .o as i
(4 V bein in Ihe county rf Wakula.ol the we-st That the saij Master do caujc an advertisement move t the bowels too act i' t lv relief ma'. be relied II. ".1'. 8 Notice. They deem themselves fortunate in the selection

: I.e! of the Wakulla Itiver. b.ini portion of what to be published in the a newspaper ujxin without any or even the least 1 unpleasant cou- claims the estate of of their situation since they believe it to be one of

,b is known a IIre'Purchas:', and levied upon a! | published weekly in T< Flor.ion.: in such eiifncrs; reultiii i !; from the use of common purgative Negro Clothing. ALL persons P. Heath having, late of Hamilton zgainst County deceased the most healthy locations in the State, and one at
Land other alp shall medicines u.h! resortid which there few allurements to vice
.' the propsrty Apalachicola Company pualic | think proper.I' u-> to. i areas consideration
i ncwtpalt'r. PIECES Kt'rse5U do. Plains, 20 do. Lin. to them authenticated
c. I' aol will be sold to ialisty! their State and County Tax the cieditor Alfred M. Gatlin to come Persons subject to j Hihvus C'liohc may rely on the O are reqneskd present duly which should be of paramount important
.J 5 [bale Lowell
do.
s Onaburgs.r Virginia within the time law
'ys. prescribed by or they
the ol Wakulla. for the I II' I in before him and their debts before t ties of this medicine it to and guardian. As they educating .
t', tot count.v j'ea 111. prove on or I tie preventive propel by u"mji on every parent purpose
5 bales 4-1 Dome,1 lir i *, 5 do. 7-s Domestics, 3 do 3--I will be ban eJ ; those indebted to the estate are
AIIIJA1I HALL Sherifland first day <>f May rir\t ; tnd that such of,t the creditors the fip-tintimitionof anapproachingattlck. There their own children at this place, they not
do., 10 bales Negro blanket 5 cases Negro shoes make mtnt.
ex-effieio Tar Collector Wakulla Co. \hosllal not come in and prove t heirdeht by the time are some const it utii.ns lia!>:'e to regular attacks of earnestly requested to prompt pa only intend at all times to keep a good and compe
VV wool hats and Just received and for sale bv JOHN G. SMITH.
October 19. 1S17. shall'c excluded the benefit of this decree Hilhom Fever ahno.t every fall ; to such the ue of caps. tent teacher, but t1 board shall be obtained upea
S. F. BURNEY. SherirTand Administrator.
4 l V ; and that such [ persons, not parties to the bill, I tin medicine i* r (eommended beginning to use it I September 25, 1:! 17. 10 ex Officio 2ti 2m the most reasonable! terms.
';;;, V V Spanish Regalias. who shall core ia before tie said Master to prove by the middle of Mar t first of June. Januaryl5lslS. TERMS PER SESSION

: 20 000 JUST recc','eJPer Brig Lucy], and their debts do. before they are admitted directors Those whose di!re;tive organs are feeble often experience M. D. PAPY Petit Gulf Cotton Seed. The Elementary Department, $10 OQ

V. for sale by contribute to the complainants their propoition of a sense of fullness, weight and oppression Arithmetic, Grammar, Geogiaphy and History

V L. &II. GREENBERG &CO. the expenses| c this suit, to be settled by the said about the stomach alter eating will find this medi ( l .f12 lli W9 A f\ SACKS genuine Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, 13 OQ
Ma ter." cine afford almost immediate relief. 4rlVFor; sale on consignment-apply to Natural the branches of
October 3f>. J,H. 1 i was an accountbe Philosophy higher
alaordpred.lht.
S : '7lLL Practice in all the* Court in the I Middle
FORTUNE
J. I R. ,
taken of all ttcuritiu colblfral* by thecreditors Ladies near their (fJnfifl'mt'ntlIe, sufltr from Mathematics Latin,Greek,and French
Dr. J. H. Scales, repfctv"ly. and a report be made of (the heartburn and costivcues : to ucb this article is I Y Y South Circuit. Office on the first! floor ofthe Capitol Feb. 5, 1S43. 29 At Ihe Tin Manufactory. Languages, 20 00

; SURGEGON DENTIST same, and \lu of each." And it was also highly recbinmendid, a* it can >t.e used without the I Secretary, of-iripr the Ternlon.November room formerly. occupied by the Furniture Carpets 6tc. for Sale. Board can be had at six to eight dollars per month.

ordered that .all parties ray be examined upon in- least t danger, and with great benefit. In sick or nervous I The second session of this school commenced es
be fo-jnd at Iii- old Rooms at J. L. Dentil'V i 15, IS 15.: 17 1 PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Couches,
and all books headache is i invaluable.
WILL terrogatories! produce and papers in it 1 the 10th of January.
.f House during the fall and winter I 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case, with drawers
Boarding their custody or power, relating I hereto,upon oath This article: will be found to act a* a ple-sint! : cor- JOHN IZtSlEE. D. W. hIORN .
months unless when "zed anddesk 2 handsome Carpets, I Double Wheel Patent -
profes.ionally eng before the said Master, a* the said Mailer shall die dial and tonic, ro-tcrin:; the appetite, and at the I D. P. EVERITT.BRITTON .
V (Jr. S. ktvin; just receive a large supply of all kind: ret." : same time fulfilling every intention that the common ATTORNEY AT LAW Corn-Sbeller, the most approved article in u>e. BARKLET.GEO. .

: cf material, appertaining bit proll! i
.' ....' t'. ,.repate I to perform any operation with neatnc ant of 1\\\ A. M hUm are l crebv in pursuance of and when us.-d according to the directions*. \'TILL attend the Ju-jtices Courts of Gsddcn F.b. 5, 1-JI9 29 At the Tin Manufactory. January 22, 1519. 27 4t

V despatch on the most approved plans. .id order, notified to produce their claims amid the will he found an invaluable arfi\I.,pccisllv to those \ V Cotalyllle Circuit Court of Middle Florida, Sale.
KJfinSTAU'S Tax Collector's
October 16.1647. "oucl.er in support thereof, and all (nlattulc and afflicted with Iv"ppi.ia, Derangement cf the Liver, and the Co-irN i'i the adjacent Counties of Georgia. Sale postponed ill lit Monday in Mar eh
4 ; securities Ihrrefur< before me. at my or General Debility. November 2i, IS I I1'. IS tf virtue of the authority vested in me by law I *
BALSAM OK for CfcC T.ll- BY
VY sale WILt CIIHHY. hassee, within the time limited in Prepared by Ducter J. Reese Griffin, Pike county, cr: entinel i copv. expose for sale belura the Court house GADSDEN SHERIFF SALE.

::V 'by 20.1817.J 31 I I'j &AllE. otherwise comply wllh (the provisions of the fame, Georgia, aid for sale bv appointment at door in the city of Tallahassee on Ihe first Monday BY virtue of s writ of fieri facias, issued front

V "chrUAr) that they may be a.lmitie I ,parties to the said suit E.:: lJAn ,\lm.! Jr's, in August nest the follow ins;described property, oro the Clerk's OfEce of the Circuit Court for th*
Dated this third dav of. Fall and Winter Goods. much thereof will be sumcient to th,? State of Western
Cabinet Making, &c., : December D. I-sl7. Drug Store, 'f Tallahassee : pay Co-inty Jackson. Circuit of Florida
have SIMON TOWLE, Speia Master. DANIEL I LADD Nexvort TUST; RECEIVED from New York, by Brig Henry anti Cunty taxes due thereof for Ihe year lr!Ii : herein Daniel Cook i is plaintiff.and Reuben Scott it

V .V CO.P.RT ERSIP.-The undersigned and from as- December 4, IS 17. '.'O Monticello 5) Buck, a large assortment cf Section 13, Township 1, Ran. e I. N and E, purporting defendant, I have levied upon and will expose for
.4 t htm.d tilt dote VI. G. Gould. sate! U-fcie the Court-Hruse of
Quincy, STAPLE ." FANCY DRY GOODS. to belong to door, in the torn
|Ihe two shop will be united, and the business conducted Family Groceries. HARDY IRYAN.Ajc : A. A. FISHER Sheriff Qutncv on Monday, the th day of December, 1S47,
; t V. by LYNCH V1NGERHOETS. They arereparedtodoalldecriplionstf Groceries. Hardware, Wood and Willow Ware Tax Collector Leon Co.
for and the
3 nt Thomas county,Georgia. ex officio following described rrrPeHv, to wit : negr
; work in their Hue, WE have received by)late arrival trom New York R pc and !Ha::in;, I Nails and Iron,
| May 23, IS47. 41 January 2'J, IMv _2> __ _ slaves Jeff, Dick, Fieldsand Spencer
reasonable lerrnk and New Orlean a choice selection of Shoes
1, with fidelity and despatch, and o a Groceries Routs: and Sutiar- Rulers, .c. &c.f Levied upon as the property of said defendant,aad
V workmen in suitable for Family and Plantation use f Fir sale G. W. HUTCHINS
for caSh or approved acceptances any : Negro bv ,
a Kerseys.
to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri (sCiU.B. .
? 1 \ the country. The continued patronage of the public Cheese, Codlb. Mackerel, Raisins, Iluoel. St. 1 CASES I\EIt"I'YS.: : 2 do LH.S.V. Sept. 19.1SI7. 9'LLOYD & FLAGG. C. WFST Sheriff.
Louis .,' and 10 AUCTIONEER
,
it most respectlullv solicited jdl Shoul.r. t'rlnrh Just ---- ,
---
received and for sale by --- Nov. 5, IS 17. 1 fi By J.emrsHimctD:3' t

I I ,. .. GERARD E. J. LYNCH V1NGERHOETS.Tallahassee Mustard Jellies., French Ginger!,, Raspberry Lobster and Salmon Current Sep. 19,1917. 9 LLOYD t FLXGG.: Deaf and Dumb AsylumOF T.1LLAHASSKE, FL,1.S { :J- The above sale has been postponed until the

November G 16 t'aper Ire5lu.td *. Current. superior Teas KENTUCKY.la : : ALES in any part of (he county attended to, and first Monday in January, 1S43.
4 ( 181. : Sheledtmond Notice. respectfully solicited. ((0The above sale has.been postponed until the
& I,. ; .- & diull. Fur sale ]luw by la* lIE subscriber as the rc!ident spent of the said

V :: Received by the latest Arrivals, RnCIE&INDl EIGElt ALL persons, creditors end I legatees, entitled to J lnstitulK>n, itrns lor. nlc.ill tiacti, and upontermstii RLE5L5CVi : first Monday in February.
I LLOYD &
II. BOND Esq., Ft.tcn January 8, 1S4S. 25
I V A LAflGEastoetment of READY MADE CLOi NO'mO ', { or otherwi? interested in the estate uiitpiircliastitabout Four Thol. -and Acres I
3.Y.. ARGTLK, F..3In| C. WILSON 'h'
/ SHOES BOOTS also assortment of Lewis Saunders. late of Loon rr.nntv. <1*. of LAND situated! in the county of JacksvH in the
TIlING a
; general '
I 1 .'e'. of ceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims Stale ol Florida. Also, the Might lo Locale to a January 22. 1S43. 27 Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry
GHOCERIE" Notce.ALL
I t.I ., .. GREENBERG to.I and demands within two years from this date to the limited eMeiil. Heir REPAIRED.
Thomas Jeff.
& entitled dis
,
legatees to
'I October 30, IS.17. 12 person or otherwise inteicated, in the estateof undersigned, or the same will be barred ; and all person The above lands were selected at an early date,by 'TIOWLE &. MYERS, hating secured the tervice
I I indebted to said estate, are requested to make an experienced jud.eand arc believed to be amongst ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, attend
.1. workman who will
James M. Sloaa late of Jeflerson County, de- of an experienced
I notified immediate payment. the finest in the county. practice; in the Circuit Court in each the of Watchea and Clocks eiclusivlrr
to exhibit
Goods for ceased, are hereby their claims WILL repairing
Gentemena'Vea. and demand within two, from this date to theundergne. LEWIS M. SAUNDERS Executor. C. H. DUPONT, of the Midd.e Circuit, and in the Su- are prepared to do all work in their line of busiaU

I e.::-. BLUE:Black, aad mak Brtadcolhl. ] : or the came yeas will be barred : and all December, IS 11. 20( 2m Jgent of J. Sf U. .'. of A'y. >rene Court and United States District Court at teell and promptly.
Sattinets, Satin June 12 1S47. 47
1Vg [. ] Quincy, ly 'alUhassee.Monticello.
to said estate November 6. 1547. 10
; inJtbted Are to make
a t'-P,', VestinpSclkVelvet Vetting*, Rich Satin Sl-I mmediate persons; payment. requested Choice Liquors. January 29, ISIS 23
red Rich Fancy Colored Satin .,
Ui t v -"IUlg JAMES R. TUCKER Sheriff Rifles and Shot-Guns. CITY
HOTEL
,. of gentlemen' Boots and Shoes, offer to the public the following choice Li-
::4.
,1 V': I'f f nea aurmenl Cap ; a large stock of ready made of JettrI County:31 and ex efflcio Adm'r. WE qmtorsall of which we will warrant as being ASSORTED qualities, size and price, just re- Martin, Smith & Thorn,

- I ,.., clothing,just received aD(or sale by i: February 11.li. 3m of the best quality : for sale by S. 1". LURNEY. Commission nod Forwarding Merchants,

I t .. :. S. DURNEY.r Groceries. 2 quarter casks tupr. old Cognac Dran ly, September, IS 17. 10Caps. No. 02, Poydras Street

:. September$. 154. 10 2 Madeira Wine,

Li : JUST received per Schooner Tallahassee from N.W S bbls. old Monongahela Whiskey NEW-ORL'EANS, LA.

'V DRIBOND I Orleans, S3 boxes of 1 doz.each,old Madeira Wine,of the a,. M. MA.RrUf-O. W. SMITH-TK05. 1.. THORN. TALLAHASSEE, FLORID
V ,, II superfine Flour, vintage of 1828, Newton Gordon Co." JUST received per the last arrivals 50 doz. Cloth
barel to as12'agemnent
Referi rriO the hat been confided taJL
: profwlonal services t!b. citizen 10 rectiM Whiskey, Champagne Wine, Port and Claret Wine Glazed Caps for Gentlemen and Boy, new underlined
,
,. OFFERS b and tbe ooo&lrOffice I I Sugar, Maraschino. Cordial styles which will be sold very low.L. J. W.ArgIle.A. Bestwick, S. S. Sibley Tallahassee. of this Hotel. V

at CI..FtibwV .orold I fe"IOrlean.I Lf Lad. For tie b/ BIRCHETT & L1NDENBERGER.N & H. GREENBERG tt CO., J. L. R. L. Edmonds, Quincj.Febtusrj HAMILTOK flTJecr.

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