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

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.. TeaperaDce. 1 the back of tba station in readiness to coorrjhe t a
exiled I to CUremon' About a ,:

TAX.tAHi.ssKE April 12, lete.Jrt. I THE hundred well-dressed. persons were assembled j h *Jy
D. W. Gw pua- I FLORIDIA round) the first carriage, eager to catch a t r
Dad Sit : At the last regular meeting of I glimpse of the King & Quern a* they stepped ,
Division, No. 2, of the Sons oflemranee ,I into the carriage. The King made his ap
-lazBiH.-a resolution was unanimously adopt. I | x-ariree first, and all prt-s nt instantly un i 5$
iLteaderingtoyou the thanks of tbe Division covered. 1r

Ires SIr tbe delivered very excellent bjyourselC and on appropriate the occasion Ad.of I BY SIBLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY,; APRIL 15 1543. VOL. XIX-KO. 39. was There cordial\1! but no impressive cheering. Te was reception highly 'j

and that aommiuee creditable! to the :
late celebration ; providing __ _____ ___ h__ ___ _______ -- ------ personsazzt-mhsedand might it
wait andquelL - -- -- he taken tbe of the
on as *
be appointed to you --- --- -- --- --- - expressing; feelings n-t
ertiktOi1.ti.sThe coIn! the railway station l.j ge.eskmstwho
cube in the peculiar organization of our Order ; tbe 1. 11\\ I tion the exiled mnsrchit
that furnish a copy same fort public gathering or some private champaignparty toward was an
you Idst in the T.tileries. knowing her by sigt.t, him-
It of the members sane tok upon
in the/Iallabassee aers. be '\'a asked to take a social drink, frequent meeting together ; assurance hospitality mingled! with .ym apathy t-1
cit to her ai.id conduct her to 'hitotise.
publication undeni edt having been Ieet..d0 first with one, then with another, and yet withanother the strict discipline which we tnfu.ce ; our Il appa. that the King, ever since the protect for his lisurlune. 1
P The that Committee, would respectfully i until, fur the first time in his life, he zeal 1 in preventing the admission unworthy death Adelaide] hid lost much 4 f How she managed to 5lm.r unmolcsfl Thl King dr..ed in black! trdwsfr** f. f
and fur from
barrio is
compose of the request of the Division, asmade feels a dizziness of the head and some difficulty members into our Order and in expellingthose I his energy, and given up in same degree, unrecognised so p and the rough fearnought great coat, or sea* t
,otify known you in the latter clause of the above in keeping his feet and maintaining his who prove unworthy afier their admission -I his early habits and the punctuality to biii. mpler. lo this hour. She says that peeking man's jacket which was given to him by the t r
the crowd she turned down the
and believing lhat the publicationif wonted gravity. So he returns home for the ; the penalties which are inflicted on all ness ft; which he had always been distingtiished. .In..I. captain of the ves'el that bioight Lines over. $
resolution Address; would be of great I benefit tour first time in a state of intoxication. But the | unruly members, and the honors confered on I[:! On she morning of Thursday: he had \vhich seemed most t free,wiihout caring whilh- He no sooner stepped from tbs door than he 1. it

, your Order, and tbe community generally, "e icp i is broken and though he would fain 1 let | those who are deserving ; the eff rts mide by'j'I|I risen somewhat later than uscal. He said er they might I'-adt turned round to the persons who lim-d the pas f: {f
[ sincerely hope that you will comply with the this be the last time lie should ever be keen in the Order to procure employment for the des. that he had passed: a restless night and that Arrit,il of Louis P/ lije in England. sage to the carriage, and shook bO"dsilb all ;
this wretched condition, he has litute the pecuniary and other rehiefwhie:: we he was weary, both i in mind and' 'body, with i who and '
and ; I him
t desire of your Brethren, supply us with a yet some pretended Louis Philippe Queen landed in were npr rtpatldll bowing; ::4'
t at an early date. friend who is already] fond of this artificial render to the widow, the orphan and thp a- the petitioning ol the Iwo royal dukfs (Nem- England! at New!ant a'.t'n, on Friday -norning. saying : Thank : you. .sir."- :.' : .
ropy In Love. Purity and Fidelity; excitement, and who wishing to give flicted ; the fee.Iings of friend>hip, brotherlylove I: ours and Montpensier) for that which they At Un'ls. it a farmer procured disguises Much obliged to you sir : Much obliged to r JJon.
, Your Brothers respectability to his own degradation by seducing and fellowship, which we cultivate! one t i I knew he could: not grant. He hid been writing for the appears roval and suite the ." Tn which several responded hy exclaim i t 5

C. E. DYKE. ) others into the same vice, leads this fir another ; the pleasure we enjoy in witness- all the preceding evening in leis own bedroom King habiting hi 4tf! fl'ili"t'f i. an cloak and an ing : "Long live King Louis 1'hiiipe* !r.- i.
from one step lo another un. ing and participating in the interesting exer- j and a sealed !letter to the Queen of Belgiuin old Upon the the crowd
\V. McK. RUSSELL, V Committee. young disciple on cap, having first shaved his whiskers, entering caniagA asem. .
"0. BARTLETT. 3 til his real friends! !,beginning lo see the dan- ci es of our weekly meetings ; the inlimlt j! was amun'tlhc pipers found upon his discarded: his wig, and altogether so disguised: l tiled! round the window, and almost every per. 1
ger into which he is rapidly falling, expostulate relations existing between all the Divisions of writing Gt'lk.'l tlJertand{ that the' seal \ himself to defy the recognition of his son had the honor shaking hands tilth hirri.Hi f
i TALLAHASSEE, April 13, 164S. with him and endeavor to persuade him the Order throughout the United States, and i I! was respected, and lie letter was religiously most intimate friends. The other c.tI.disguiseswere : i" majesty looked dejected, and appeared :
1 of the to sign the pledge of total abstinence. But, the facility which it affords each member of!I despatched to ils destination. So little f fear I also I complete. rieefteimpressed w-th the reception which bo n
GENTLEMEN : Your communication of alas !f it is too I late. His finer feelings I leave making acquaintances and friends in almostevery i i: was f.I ;is to the result of the day's dtfaIP. The King 1-sssednfffuir an Englishman: on' met with. )t
t2ih of the action Magholinia iJ
, iast., informing me of Temperance become so blunted and hi.s reason so impaired part '..1.the Union which he may felhiposed i jlhe i royal children were brought un u- to employing an interpreter In trans. The Kina fallowed into the carriagd ? t they
Sons 11Ira'et.
of the
Division No. 2
therein that he now thinks no more taking a fpree ( to visit. These are advantages which :! the King and, it being Thursday, his mrtjes-: j Frtnch to him. They proceeded in a the Queen, whoore a back! and white f
in regard to my for Address I of the same mentioned than lip did at first of taking a sing'e glass ; we highly appreciate, and which are calculated -\ ly had examined, as was his woni on that diy, 1 1I haunt from Harflcur to Havre. In the mean. tartan shawl, a black figured tilk gown ard a f i, :
and your request a copy I from another in an eminent degree 10 aid us in the consummation all the copy booki of the Court de and black!
has been duly received. The and thus goes on one degree to I I Par" I time information was secretly conveyed to theExpress' : bonnet. Tbe other members (f the :
for puhlication. at last t he i'u 'ilfwr sent lo the lunatic of the avowed designs ot f our Order. expressed his satisfaction; at thee |rrr ? taken their the :
limited time which was allowed f.,r its prepa. I unli rt'l''il.1 Southampton steam-hip I heat she royal family hating seats in :
\ iih business preventrd j :atrium, or terminates his existence in shame II This is most satisfactorily: proven by the t! ceil by the royal pupil in his various &lldifItn !.- would! be required to take : party from Havre other,carriages the royal party diove off to .:;
ration, together urgent ,
which has Attended u" | At o'clock t the dismissed: i
other success ,
from giving the subject) that ttentioiibich and disgrace in sorp manner. unparalleled chldr.r wert to England.! The fugitives i: embarked in Claremont.! :_
me since the foundation of our Institution. This and at that 'hour the strife! 'heeztn: t the an- t i
I trust that there is no one present'who : by t.
its demands: and con It". the Express and at twelve >k on \ A Carouse. .
importance n.c.
to such an end. And though it is Order was first instituted, as has 'been SI\IJd.; I i; noiincement ol'.M. Kmi.'c, : do Giiudin., '* a\.1 raa t
the Address is imperfect, and) :, w:1 core : The moment the! King his fool The *4
In the devastation and '
quenlly very &e D.hall MVS : : :
1 1S42 '
denied that good and honest men on the Iwenty.ninth day September, ;: but I received him yesterday"exclaimed! the | eTclaimed f;
many the shore, he emphatically ,
must of necessity, prove as uninteresting to 1S47 legs than five ,.rarlhnc. I I 1 Kin much itritatcd the in I tn 'urning; of the Chateau: ofNeuiUv! some band h
have continued to use ardent: spirits through and in March. : :: to nk.de-camp j I
Thank God Biitish Mr.
others as it is unsatisfactory to myself.! Yet life in moderation, it is well known that j alter, it had Grand Divisions) in twenty-two !1|I \ ;. "Pardon me, sire, he faIlat his I'I'I I'aitin 6 am on ;ground. ts rushed into the apartments, whilst others Li
I scarcely feel at liberty, after the very complimentary : many Sims, the landing-waiter; who ha'.ded themon rent to the cellars. The latter there found }
and efficient Ktt'ioru'inate i. is and that the
others fallen victims lo its and States and flourish n ;i; business urgent, safety: thee .
sway conducted them Inn. t
; shore
and notice the Division J\ : I to I ie Bridge .,
flattering of
I all
I '' and car of
have themselves and families:/ to Divisions in Slate: and Territory," in empire depends upon your majesty's recej.tiun 'int description!, 1 rum, 1 \
pov. every One who .rrowj of villagers
have taken cf it, to refuse a : was says
and yourselves with and, should ertv, shame and disgrace "by ils irmodl'ral" !; the Union except thrfl' ; and one of these :i: of his uueessJge." The King now interested, ] had assembled present near the landing-place! which they" broke opn. S"ml instants aPer .( V
compliance your request : result from u*;. And who that uses it"at all c.t sifely i i three, I regret to say, i is the Stale of 1.'lurid. ; .: but not alarmed, gave the older for the visi. II when the ex.King on shore, mannufiheem they were all drnk; and then 2 terrifid l
believe that alf stepped
you still any good can decorated her.ef| with be admitted. M I. de Giradin's i- battle took place between them their it rt
theI I that he will not some: day or other fall' but' as she has since !: tor to It appears by forwaid shook hands with princ.
its publication, you are at liberty to use i say within, this latter class But let us view this : the badges, of the Order, I tru"t that her zeal ,. own account, that lie was .'o o\frcomr j the exiled pressed monarch. The and ex-King appearedvery I nil weapons! being bottle,. At length they t '

enclosed Yours copy.in Love, Purity, and Fidelity! subject} in another light, and suppose for the wi not be less than that of the in'>st z'alU' with emotion that for .in instant he could not I much moved at this exhibition "f'cin: 1 ftlln wounds.the ground, overcome by intoxication :i
that I States and her success to and the Iiuig said saul in j or by :Meanwhile the men who went V"
1). W. GWYNN. sake of argument, one tntc"ntintie; to j of her sister eq-ial speak abruptly no : and acknowledged the same in a very courteous -, into the
use ardent spi I its through life wiihout: th fear I her z-al. There are now some four or more measured tone of Hliftrh"t more is now apartments ravaged and pillaged them f :

To Bros. C.W.E.McK.DYKE ItrssELL.W. {, clever becoming intemperate. Yd have we j subordinate Ji\"isitn'in the State, all ofwl.ich i.I I required by you and your fellows (routct rot. I The manutr.ex.Kin:1S very scantly: ntlired.He .- I and completely the: whole, after which: they set on fire, F: 'If
in flims.In l'
BAUTLETT..tIDIIESS.. not the e-iJencC of t the best chemists that ev- ] have been : within; the last few j>aries,) hate we nt rna'ie enough concessioiis wore a rough which it is sail bui.'c'ing was soon
cry particle of distilled and even rnalt! liquors: monthand preparations are now )being made 'i in all consi-tice f" "There is jet he borrowed of! pea.jac..t.captain of the Express a short time the men in the cellars were J 1 J
either irned death
which we consume contains more or less of, (for the organization of a Grand Division; for l another one, 'o.lr nrijcstv heuhs: has become and trousers. He had on his head a to nr suffocated.. Oil : 'I
the most deadly poisons find that he who! uses j the State.: TllPnft/ us exert ourselves, and rn'.re necessary thin ai! 5 il.) rest." 4'Then I co! ,e gray hluu! c'oth cap, and round Isis neck he Sunday, from 100 to L.O dead bodies were 1

Respected Audience : it to any extent is daily! impairing his la'all show to the world that. if we were amon:the : it cannot l lie granted! ,*' n'u, nod t the King "f-i'i. I woe; a common red and while: crmporter. dug out. ;
It is not without! embarrassment that your and wearing out his con-oitution: ? [ la-t 1 to enlist in this cause, we will not l lie 111.It'ast j vMily ; indeed I have regret fur that which I His appearance; was not at all improved liy hi* A. National Charaderit'ie. t
bumble speaker rises to address you upon a j jlubject This fact. i ii proved bryotid the possibility: zealous to promote i its! best interests.! I i i. already! doI"." .And so J has e I, your ma- beard, which was cfapjiarently; about a week's Three Irishmen were found amongst tbd :;..
which has called forth the talent and' of a doubt ; and even if Wt"'t're to go no fir The whole ruinber, of Subordinate; Divisions j j..s 1, for it is not yet enough.' Qacst-cc ruwlh. In other: : though apparently killed! nt one of the barricades\, during b lai' ; :?
commanded the attention of many; of our wi. :j as todoubt the credibility of these learnedlie.. i up to the thirty-first day of March' 1? 17, was \ a direxclaimed t the I \i'r; interrupting! | cuflerinjl respect fatigue Ihp -x-i.i-"narch revolution iu Paris.Historical. o_ V
sest and best citizens. There is perhaps, no J mists who have analizcd! and ascertained the about thirteen hundred ; and the number of:j him with great vehemence. looked! pretty? lon like himself.! Th i Queen Parallel. i !

question which has been more fully discussed ', poisonous properties which are contained in I j members up to the same period, were about The haughtiness ol the expression; ; which is II wore a large plaid cloak leer (Ire-as, and The following: most :
u\-e coincidence
throughout the length and breadth of this and 'I these liquors yet the deleterious eflVct which one hundred thousand. Of these. the Slate: ofNew untranslatable, thp abruptness! of the tone in carefully concealed! 1-cr features with a thick: cannot he pasted extraordinary I by the historian with : tf
many other countries than that of Temper- they have un the health, the mind, and the York alone numbers two hundred and which it w-as uttered, roused the fiery temper; J I veil. out astonishment:: and wonder when '.
toe ; and none, perhaps, in which every class ': constitution; of f those who habitually use them, twenty Divisions, and fifteen thousand three I Giradin, and 'he au'\veted almost coarsely: On the way to the inn the King was met the last two Fiench descrJ"ing c'
and every prufession (,f men have mire equally :, is such that we cannot be left in.doubt as to hundred and thirteen contributing mcmler; : .. Tie one concession: more which is demanded ; by several of the inhabitants, who offered (their sooner had the Day Revolutions.of Algiers arrived 1830 no i id .
The mechanic, the merchant, i their and it and numbers two hundred and by the people is altdica- i ,;
participated. poisonous properties ; woul seem Pennsylvania your li"SIJ1 I congratulations on his safe arrival, and with France u a of Charles the Tenththan '
the agriculturalist' the artist, tbe lawyer and that a due regard for health, any other forJ. e\'I; subordinate Divisions, and twenty I tion, on the instant too, ani I any re.1 whom he shook hands, most cordially. His i the King priso-ner was dethroned and exiled and s "
politician have alike participated in lIil'Cuis.1 consideration, should be sufficient to induce one thousand two hundred and twenty contributing rvation." The King started: his feel n ith I looked l and Tbe ; -
Majesty fatigued careworn. J in 1849 no snondr! had the Emir Abd-ei-Ka. :
ing the merits and portraying the beauties of t every reasonable person to abandon their use. members. The number in the other !such sudden movement that lit upset the in.j! King sent for Mr. Packham. who had been I| der reached the shores of France the ,
this InstitutioD in every possible light in which j There is another class of pe fons who op- States is not BO great, but the Order is everywhere stand which he had just been using, and tenant of mills belonging to him in I oner of Louis (than the as ( of pris. .s J.
f !ore thd
._ they could be presented ; yet uniike almost 1 pose, or rather refute to join the Temperance in a flourishing and prosperous condi broad black! stain may yet be seen upon the I j France, and who, knew him infim-itrly.; Mr. Barricades was Philippe dethroned and King : ': ;
.' every other subject which for a time has excited I It j Society, because, forsooth, they v ill be culled tion. Every Division is subject. to the same carpet.: H.. rushed to the window whither | Packham waited en him, and it appears that exiled. t' 1 fl
a general interest, il has J lost none of its .I reformed drunkards a name which they de. | laws and regulations, to a very considrrabe I Girndin followed him and, pointing to the I II every attention: was paid to his wishes by al) Excitement to an Irish Rctolulion. f (t
beauty by a test of its merits, or an intimate test. This is rather a lame argument, for he extent, and cur action is harmonious through. crowd exclaimed, "Six battallions of nation-1! parties. The recent scenes in France are producing ,1 r
acquaintance with its results : but time, the I who has never drank to excess, can never, out the entire Order. The Division in this I al guards surround the palace ; all nre of one The Times that Mr. their natural 1 effects; in Ireland : the people '
surest test of! all things has only I served to un. with any sort propriety, be called a reformed city is yet in its infancy, though it now numbers mind, and those who "pnt me here are strongin I Packham says the :inn Learning immediately 'I! are preparing for an outbreak, and the press :
fold its beauties and prove ill beneficial results drunkard ; and to him who has drank to some fifty odd members, and is in a prosperous I their unanimity. Blood has been shed, and wa at our reporter .lof Dublin: is using every effort to drive then ::
him when Mr. Packham t
: i to those who have practiced il.But excess, I humbly submit the question: Whether and flourishing condition. The re. !I now there is no retreat." I sought out, : into a state anarchy and bloodshed. t. ..
as the merits of this cause consist more I it is not more honorable to be called a reformed quisites for membership in our Order are j Louis Philippe grew deadly pale, and his at once introduced him to his Majesty. The. 'j I[: Though we had reason to expect that tbe i t
who] .
Fl In the abstainage from the practice of an existing I drunkard, than a confirmed toper ? So in neither wealth nor talent, but morality, virtue hand shook violently as he tool; that of M. de I King was reading an English' nessspa.per French re'olutionould be hailed by the :

: and growing evil, than the commission either event, the argument is equally futile. I and .integrity with us, is of more value than !; Girardin, but his voice faltered nut as he an. ; immediately and all rose whom and I said have, I met thalil jouj j Irish press a the harbinger of a similar event .. .

; of any independent and intrinsic good, it becomes But there is another, and mOle numerous silver and gold." swered, 4t You are. perhaps, in the right, Mon- j gentlemen land, fur these kind and Eng thehospitality i in th-ir own country, yet we confess that we -. .; .r
t necessary in order more fully to illus. class, which may well be styled Ladies men, In conclusion. I must beg leave to tender sieur. I wil go down to the Chambers! not i i which has congratulations shown His I were not quite prepared to read the treasonable Ii

1 trite its merits that we should revert lo the who profess to 'be very much pleased with this ; the most hearty and sincere thanks of this Division !: to plead C.r muef but to protect I)dynasty." i I had changed his l.ef1 attire, and mla'was dresI I i attempts they are making to rouse the -,
j adverse oftbisquestionand examine into the Institution. They tell us it is a most excel. to sonic of the ladies of Tallahasi, Al this ', Queen, had been ;: Majesty I I i worst passions of the populace and to embroil
suit black. He looked well ;
evils which we propose to remedy by means of lent one, and they should be very much pleasedto i for the valuable! services they have rendered watching and hovering ab':: the apartment |i I fed and in the a masks plain of which had shown, j!I!i them in Ilibe horrors cia civil war. r; i.
: this Institution. And who is there among us become members of it, but they frequently us, in the preparation ol our Regalia, and other in the greatest alarm, :appeared upon the door I'I themselves his anxiety had I For information ofoterreaders, we lake .
ibo have not seen or heard of crimes too a p. attend parties of Ladies, where it would! bevery needle: work, which they have so elegantly kill. She tpoke not : she evidently did not :I at landing diuppeartd.i a few extracts, commencing with the *.United f '4, *\:
I He The in
pilling relate which have resulted from the ungallant in them not to Like a glass of wrought for the Division. These are favors : wish to be observed, for she did net advance i I|i was quite cheerful Queen was !: Irishman," a paper that reerrrs to see nothing j,i
I the buried l
too frequent use of intoxicating liquors ? How wine or cordial ; and besides this they say i which \i h long remembered by every Son one step into the room. She was attired in I j in room writing She a Jellr, noticed apparently the i 1 'but blood and carnage, lo hear nothing but 4 }
many of tbe brightest ornaments to society | that they would be tantalizedand. ridiculed forsacrificing j of Temperance. As WB look upon these In. the deepest mourning: and her silver hair escaped ,!I thought. scarcely Several presence in. I the clash of steel and (fan roar artillery, and t 1 :

bave fallen victims to that fell monster, intemperance i their liberties at such a shrine.} j kens of your approbation, we feel that we I fronts beneath: : cnp orhlc crape-her ''iroduced ofatmangers.to the persons the daHe were ', lo pant for slaughter with 1 rebel's rrenu.I .- ,: ,
? Who in this assemblage have not i I These, and similar objections, are frequently j have the smiles! of at It'at a portion of >our face was *o pale and h''II.that she seemed seemed King their during and I It exhorts tbe peasantry of Ireland to procure : f' r,
had some cherished friend who was overtaken urged against this Institution. But I have ahigher sex, to cheer us on in the enterprize in whic'iI alw>'it to fain!-her I.tlll.ia t .!.'rl bent not- gratified at calling, "spot arms and arise from the dust." It 3 ,
and all his visitors
by this strange infatuation How many doat. and more exalted (opinion of female I we are enlisted, and with renewed zeal and 'liut the agitation of the mlneila" so great fieely pleasantly lo I Then follows an elaborate delai of the !i
ing parents have wept over their once pro. I character, than to believe. for a inomc.it that buoyant spirits, we press irward in our on. t that she. wits seizedvilii! 1 that pnKied stinking I| Before Mr. Packhnm left him, the King moTe in which the populace carry orf j t
mising and virtuous but now profligate and the ladies Tallahassee or elsewhere, would : ward m irch of MORALITY, VIBTCI: and 'I'Eli'jaascc. ; the knees to \!it'l she his been ulj"c' gave him tho whole! of his mont'.vfor the purprue 1 a bloody slaughter through the streets and J
abandoned sons on account of their intemperate I receive the attentions of a Son of Ternp'rance : \ ever u since 11.1 death of the hike (IfOrie-itlis.- ofgetting it exchanged for EnglUh loin.i t lanes of :city such a Paris, and such a :"

bbit.1 Who among you has not seen'a ; les fa,favorably than those of I the young 1 tine dr\1'back a the King 'p.is'ed Oil!. So "cc purchasing wearing apparel, of which," I Dublin! ; and after a comparison of the localities : lt t
brart ready in break with grief j gallant, who still reserves the liberty-if lij Do you take people's heads off!' asked an ', great was his own pro-occupation that he perceived said the King, smiling, "I am very short." t of both, the pan! carrying o tb wurk .;.
I rm the licentiousness of an intemperate son ? j berty it may he styled-of drinking moderately j, up-country wagoner of a Daguerr.\pi"t the her not, and nhf !followed him thus in j Another writer sas the ex-King granted is thus systematically described : i
; I often has the. fond and confiding wife, I or immoderately, as he pllas s. But on i other day. 1 silence! anil with noiseless: step, little heeding | an audience to set era! inhabitants from i I 1st. Etery street is an excellent shooting '
; with an anxious eye and attentive ear, watched I the contrary, I believe that they wi continue I 4 We take Duguerreotype ;likenesses,' was i whither he was l leading: her n> that he was : Brighton. They were received most cordi. '! gallery for disciplined troops ; but it is a bet.i : j

fur the approach of her worshipped companion to discountenance the uce of spirits in tbe reply.Wefl. j, lot just to sight. It was thus I that she iU:1: ally. i ter defile in which i I lo lake them. In the ill
f when every other eye WI cOed in ;' every variety, as they have frequently done on I -I want two.' i I jhert'lln the nud.t of ihe gardens of I 1 u. j Louis Philippe, clasping his hands, as if j I vocabulary: of drilling is no such phrase as ;. *
sleep, and was then shocked I by the hidrous | l former occasions ; and there be no gee I 'Sit down here, sir.' said th- artist, placing illeries, surrounded l Iy n countless! multitude! I overpotrered, by his emotions, began immedinteiy J i Infantry.prepare for winJo\v.postbrick-bati, ,?. 1!f
oaths and idiotic appearance of a drunken neral Temperance Society ettahli&hed in this him in the chair, and fixing hit head in a fair I exposed lo all the rigors of a stormy? sky, without : to speak on the subject of the Revolt i i togs of woo chimney-pieces heavy furniture,' .J

I husband, whose appearance wa so lovely and 1 place, I hope soon to sec them erecting the J position to receive a proper light. I sIt:.Il ur liontict, or any of t lheap;>urtenances .tion. *4 Charles," exclaimed the ex-King, : tight p &.C.. &c. ; a'ni these thrown vertica'Iy ;
language so chaste but the morning before Banner of The Daughters of Temperance, al i i The countryman, when nil was ready, put ': either of her age or rank. I was touching was destroyed for breaking the Charter, and I on the heads of a Column! below, from t'jtp, %
And who can recount tbe hardships and suf.I they have already dune in many of our sister! on the most diabolical 'face naginalshe-scow. i sight lo behold! (his earger luticiluJi this ; I leave lieen overthrown f-r defending it, ali the elevation: of a parapet ot lop SO I, are irj f *
: firings of that child whose misfortune it is to 1 States, and co-operating hand in hand with ling like a henad grinning like 1 wild. I tender love, stronger than the fear of death, I for keeping my oath. I wish this to be distinctly j resistible. The propelling forces viz : ladies' i
b the offspring of an inebriate father ? At I the Sons of Temperance, to discountenance I cat. I uhich actuated the Queen in this des"rion! ol I oudrJuo and I hope it ,vi be madeknown. [ n chambermaids or men who can do no bet. :: p
ne time he is without bread to satisfy the de. : the use of that p tisonous liquid, which is of so j jI That wi never do. fir,' said the operator, I all beside her husband. And it i is known ffl j I j (ter, have the additional advantage security? :; t
mauds o nature ; at another, he is perishing I frequent use among us as a beveruge. half laughing and .half angry. I I many who, wound up to fierce plcltmnt,1 The Duchess de Nemonrs, with her three !I land the narrower the street and the higher a,
i With ; again: he seeks refuge in the forest I We might dwell much longer upon this I i I, You go on,' replied the countryman, 41 they,cannot, now that all is over, thro; of that children, accompmied by the Duke de Mont. i I I the houses the worse the damage and tbe 5
t from (he cruelty of that parent to whom be part of our subject, but as the Order of the want it just 10, and my mo..ey's a good asauybodie's. scene without tears.It I peiifienr. mac for Granville. By a fee of. .400 j II greater the security-a military Op ropi I ion' 1 :
; should look for protection ; and perchance he I Sons of Temperance hat been but recently .' was not (ill Louis Philippe had reached they ( commander of the Piincess !( we recommend to the study of the blt lad/ '
ii left al last at a tender age without means, established in this community, and as it maybe The transfer was made-:and another of a the Pont Tournant that he-even ''n'comt a. Alexandrina to convey them to Jersy, where i I! in the land. f f:1_ ;
without credit, and ,'itbo friends to bear the I interesting to some of you to know something still more horrible expression-eyes distended ware of the presence of the Queen. I is they remained incognito until they came to I| Then follow instructions: for strewing the 5 ,

disooaor of an ungrateful parent, and to work I about the origin, progress, object and and cheeks puffed up. said that his smi.e of recognition was a strange Portsmouth. streets with broken glass, maiming mn and :
nil ty through life in shame, disgrace, and I design of this Order, we will now proceed l lu I When the wok was done (the artist asked and fearful one. II wotiH hav turned. Prince Leopold. Count ofSyracuse nephew I I horses, feet, and making grenades, and tben f 4 s
ipominy. f that branch of our sulj
.4, These are facts to well known to be denied, j the Sons ot Temperance wan instituted: on the | lady-love T crowd which ho had men Itr. upon I I don, having escaped fiom Paris di'goisetl a I 44 To iheso missiles, from windows and ,
Wd yet we find many of the mart intelligent Iwenty-fiinth day of September, 161'2. Its I 'I've pot nothing to do wiih love was the that sell'Mim potand he dreaded to advance. i I,.Lort r.I f, house-tops revolutionary, citizens and always'.' iI
tad best informed of our citizens still persisting chief design is lo give united efjort, disciplineand reply. 41 j'ut wanted Vin to put ,my man Just then a MjJiadron cavalry meeting the I TI.I ex-King and Queen of the French left I boiling 'Water or greeae, or better, cold vitriol, '
in the use of the very means which they permanency to the Temperance move. tle.piece to home-and "h"l folks: look at 'em, crowd iis-.ing from the gate of the Ttiilleries, i :-'\ba"el in a royal carnage shortlr! after if available. Molten 'lead is good, but too %
1 wel.know has deprived many of their fel.I mcnt. TC prevent the sober f.ur conducting ('I tell 'ern they represent BK.NTON and KHAR.MY I bore down upon the mass. A gentleman!] o'clock on Saturday morning accompanied vnluz .Ie-it should be always cast in bullets,' :
I to'beings their fortunes their intellects, habits of intemperance. To arrest the mode. making faces at each other !' seized the arm of the. Queen lo preserve her I i by several French ufC1 from Brighton, an i I and allowed: r i) ool.oI e house-tops Ind 1;
taeir honor, and thfir lives. But why neede !C rate drinker, and induce bir to abandon hi. from I the danger. Sh.turned in frenzy np.ow .I attended I by the Captain Hotham, one of spouts furnrfh in every city abundance, J
dwell longer on this subject ? There i i. practice. To extend the ,band of encourage.ment Mrt. Gaines Again.-The New York DayBook him,deeming it nn attack. .Lnisxrz moi. I the Brighton railway. and I hey arrived at the care should be I taken, a they do in Paris to' ,j
probably not an individual present who ever and fiiendbbiptotke reformed inebriate. speaking ol the departure of this Mmticiir" exclaimed she, in a loud and I (CrojMloti station nt precisely twenty minutes; I rim (he ball solid-you cannot calculate on1 .
expects to bcom toper, and certainly none To support mud confirm each other in the path I fur New Orleans, *a\s : l.u1)) angry voice, and, seizing the hind of IhuKtnir lat t twelve o'clock. a hollow ball, and that might be the very one"
*b ;: .t drink to excess. Then why this reluctanceto relief the sic ;and needy." These are the an association of capitalists in ibis City i towards a lithe one horse crlarltne which Duchess Coburg, the Count de Jatl l. left I The ripping up of pavements andibe ri j: .f:;
become a member of some Temperance I principal designs of our Order. And while io make no compromises and to nrcvive no I "t"o upon the quay, and, forcing his Majesty London by an early train, to await the atnealnfthe I sing ofharricadegare next ( thtn !
Society Why stand aloof and say to the ,I we twlieva that no other Institution has everexisted propositions lo compromise fi,r three months I into it, look her neat In-side him, whH ittnrsh- royal strangers.Vt'hene I, the result of the Irish inurection is thus .

by example! that you oppose these which was so wtl calculated! to carryout to come. She has gon t tY New Orleans not -Gourgaud, who by this lime had pierced the I.M.r.1 tile royal t carriage: was: i|I umphantly anticipated : cI
Iiuion.t \ these designs, we still persuaded that with a view ot shilling with the parties in possession the dt"ns mass of people, and joined 'his Muj- operu-d his Majesty stepped out, and upon I I 4* And s we may have a republic nearer 4 4 -
.Bu aayt one, there can J be no harm in much good has resulted from other Institutions of the oC"IMb'.t; is adjudgedto efty, spoke in a low "voice to the coachman.In seeing Kinr, his daughter, the Duchess of Coburg. :f home ere long, fur in these events! lie OOf'f f ,
dnnking; 1 long a it is done in moderation wfa somewhat similar character. And should be the rightful owner, bu lo schedules an instant the little vehicle set off at a jive a* stifled scream. He \a imme.dialely fate." !
I a} when I find that I an becoming 10 rondo there L advocates of the Temperance cause and settl preliminaries with those who I furious gallop along the quay, in- the direction locked HI ties arm his so the Iukt I So mtirh for the United Irishman. NoW J.
it, it will then b time enough to abandon who oppose our Order, we will willingly join propose to buy the estate from her nod attendto of St. Cloud, and the monarchy of July de Nerhourt, whon he embraced witlv great for the Nation, the organ of the cnnrtcr.ttt ,

th we 0 it. no doubt, was the idea- them in a DY other suitable mell.o of carrying the business of getting possession un their was oo more. warmth, and mstantly after he pressvd hi.I a they cal th mfh'f'and the adtoatei of
flea! laaguage held by the veriest aol that e\er out the principles Temperance ; for.our aim own account. Tbe same paper adds with a This is lh. true history of the fight from daughter to his bottom in the must af'cti'Ialf physical In commencing an article t
*Tei. He probably had no thought, at one is not to pull down, or retard ties progress of certain degree of Warmth,t that "compromises the Tuilleries of Louis Philippe, King cube manner. His Majesty was overpowered fnd be\llel"The dawn of freedom" tbe Nation t

lVitl be woul ever fall: a victim to bis any other Institution already in existence, or I are quite out of ihe question with those who French. I is nnttrue that the whole of the .abed tears a did his daughter also. The Saturday, thus re.fcho. (he treasonable 't,
e tbirl. the first ho had no in.cIioijj which may be organized, for the hue I for fifteen years met the liberal offers of royal fay accompanied him'in his escape.i scene was 1 most moving one, and one not language of its feIow.lalortr. tbe Irishman r.

l but t partake of,ibis ruinous leverage ; purpose ot' promoting the e uso of T.mp. Mia. Guinea with insults and injury. At the i Up, to 01H nothing is known for certainof easily forgotten. The Queen, upon steppingfrom Hear it, rejoice, men Ireland, '..
.a*.a f4aioatle' thing to take a rance, but rather to lend them a .mi of three months they may find themselvesin 1 t ibe tsrinatio of the Ducheude tlours. the carriage, also affectionately embraced Ih ng- within the (four .or eatinglhe b'resd '
C l"?* ?.I! thought that there could and co-operate with them I one band oh! tbe hands of a set uf shrewd, cool, band, The Duchen Mnntpensier, the innocent her childien, and war greatly agitated.; exile-tho day of our deliverance is at j
no. rm ID it"so long a be continued lo brothers, inseparably, t promote the experienced New York capitalists who will cause ofnJItbe uproar, after baring been scared The rOJallluty were then ushered by tl. hand! :
l i Deoa ; and &it was known great and noble cu uale we are alike take all that the law ,'i give them' with from be'Palace by the inroads of the mol d'.clon waiting room, where they 44 Ireland's opportunity, for which petrols: .
: '"J.'ms tone drank a liule he thought I ealisted. '' whom tbe plunderers Daniel Clark's1 estate wandered about the streets of Paris until five were left togive way in private to thus raingled .sighed swearing to make it memble in the 'f.of

'1o ""fVwa t to drink with But, should it b fn what the advan. and tbe meries persecutors of bis daogh. o'clock that' day, accompanied by an old 'emotions by which they were agitated.After annals of mankind,i lYcorning Ctst. If we b f

'or Beijfcbof whenever be should b tagfltofthu uke, ? other Temper. ter, may at b.l, compromise fo their Spanish servant, who knows not'a word of remaining a few minute together, the not braggarts and perjurers, aur of

I&d go, untii perbap a anc* IDittD cDa i ? w. reply, that, i is by giving u tbs rest o Ibir ainr'sp Preach. She wav met In tbe Roe du.Ihere royal party intimated their readiness to depart.-- and despised of ma'te oour.la"f1

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1'I(.) :. : ,. peaceful, we were patient, Wit bided our time, r once commenced to mumble over some of her A bol vigorous man ; what .a tone he lion, are Fitx' Green Halleckthe poet t, Wash. all. In political, like all ether j

%', 1 .. (oh I Heavens with what bitter and humiliated : incanfati ns. She then looked: in a bottle- gives company be may be in-the society ington Irving, the historian and Mr. Bruce, From the Georgia li.t. bination of action and alitioa, e

) '\ hearts: !) an! now by ihe *acred name: of! then walked about the room, and finally sa. in which he lives-to tbe nation where Ihe latter fo thirty )years a clerk 1n tho office ARRWALOF THE Contita WASHINGTON sure guara tes of success, '

i .; ::J ," justice and of God 1, that lime is com" Now, I tinned herself with the German woman before in be was born Men seem inebriated with ofdeceased.The IUFOBTAXT INTELLIGENCE FROM EUROPE. feat and disappointment .itbo erer "hi. d

t' {: :: I, .t 1: now, nw. Already the dawn of Freedom the looking glass. At first it appeared" to be the atmosphere around him, 1 completely are Paris. For several) The Cotton and Corn Mirkel adcanced.We lb object aimed at be ne-i so atle4 j I
Armed Force -
4 bursts like a morning in Ibe East. bit' it brightened his i is ifr' of prail"onij
t : 4 t. May very misty, gradually up they o'ercom by preaence< He yesterday received from our attentive "iroo0 or patriotic. ,
has at.
I t '.: .: .4 Ire anJ'. opportunity, thank God and when the mother thought she could discern a er weary, never languid ; there i nothing tars past Louis Phiippe and paid great of his correspondent a telegraphic despatch, stating Our late Madison Convention hue

;, r. f .; France, has co.ne at last: Its: challenge chilJ, and a? the mist entirelceared away, enervating falls from him in action or speech. tenSion to the efficient garrison has been that the steamship Washington arrived that set us an example, In the unanimity by CM.UT ?

t '1g. :" rings in our cars Ike: a call to battle, and it the could see, as if at : distancl face of He strengthens and arouses ; he sets meu capita! ; and so apparently they selected the standard bearers wlL
II .. day, ( ) at New York of
n, Mood like wine. It demands of her beautiful. \\ih his of his military' organization, lhat his throne was presume Saturday for the
confidence feet
: warms our |j boy, ; ringlets curling on on their -not purposely, Even the London bringing advices days)later from Eu. approaching canvass. Itt\ ourpni!
n. > ; :: i:!icr instant, the mist rr.rp. hut by their own example. They see him considered impregnable. binder of a good result, and all .

"; so often and so fervently evoked. We f peared, and nil was I dark a before. The one themselves, the boy .they played 'with, Times, that oracle among newspapers expres. rope.An outline community' principle should Prtailr; *
of the eieerfulTrtV.
i intelligence brought |
had by
jj', :' must answer, if we would nut be slaves: forev. woman now 'l-cains also frantic with joy, ran expanded into a man, and all after sed an opinion, after hostilities comTrent!: (as they no doubt will do,) &}
dr""ilg her all that we received but it is i around lie
would lend ,
U"M..y.; : er. We! nvist unite, \v'! must act, we must I ho.Tte and related to her husband all that she him in the vortex' in which, h He is ed, that the outbreak to increasethe i interesting tien. I **

,: loap all barriers, h .t those! which are Divine ; had Sl"fn. He being; somewhat superstitious!, a perpetual reproach to the sluggard, 1 joyto strength of the Government, and expose. and highly monster important.A had been called in :' Principle! before men, is an old

4 ". i if needs I be, we mist die, rather than J.lllIe was easily! pet u3dtd! to pay her a visit ; when tho 'timid, those who want confidence/ and (the impudence of the opposition. This reasoning meeting of Dtmoracy-but our Conventioa r liDrC
Dublin but it .
down the British
providential: hour pas over u* tnliberated.: .the same wteue was enacted, which soon mil who fancy they are by temperment or situation was evidently passed upon the known' was put government us men well C'r!

It'I'--; -' 44 Do not fear that France-' exhausted.Event .- vinced him that the seer" coul tel him of the precluded from possessing or manifesting (hat fact that: nearly two hundred thousand troops having despatched steamers and troops whom we I can &principle-those do battle e,

t will lead on ecent. ns hour. See howthey whereabouts: of his son ; to this end, a during, animating power. Energy of char. were subject lo the King's order, and would, for (he purpose. assurance that confidently an opposition whh t tl.

,,1 : -< ; f. have followed! each other already! : with. I n"Sotiathn was entered into forthwith, when I Ii acter is renovating society ; elevating it was thought', carry his will into effect.- England, Scotland, and France were in a less cannot bring, however reel*
continually ,
That he might be certain of,their aid quiet state. successfully a charge. in aweekthe tI1iEter'srsiguatio.theKifl" i it, tbt the should more
; was ngreed parents pay to men to a It'tel whence they see how candidates f r and
.t h, o < : flight j and the Republic's birth. No Ilcpub-} I, the sner 200 in cash, and give a m tu fi'r I easily it is, or seems, lo become as great and in an hour of need, they were divided into The Provisional government of f France had deared t to our Gorcror people by Congrlll'a

12 i .. : !lie can stand in France which is not agrcs.t. ; :I '3309 more, to be jnid on the restoration! of joyful, as strong and vigorous as he who by ,three separate, independent divisions, be. I advance organized of a Austria.largo force, supposed to meet the co.enlri'h' the first settlement of rtliel
,:. she nrithrcan tltke in twcen whch a certain degree of rivalry I Stat
; war place Europe j the c lid. act' or thought lifted them 'a and a faithful performance
.... without : The first the up. .,encouraged, though all wero taught to cry The latter government however, appearsto every dui'They
England.: gum England Thii being arranged, seer pretended togo It is animating to see men'pn'M on in the have both pasted the meridian
._ "I., : fires will: be the sun-set. gun of tier dominion through with sme magical) operations, and emulation, inspired by some noMe fellow who "Vivele l Roi !" have enough to do at home, a we learn days among 'UB, without blot of(thei;
I REGULAR ABMY of France is raised that Hungary has declared her or sfiin
: in Ireland. I then directed (he parents to proceed as fa as I figures in the past, or its present among them. THE independence .their esutcheon!. They have a Dp
of Austria. In Viena there just ri
: ; The consideration! is not now of when, Tr"Jrlef! they would hear something in I The enthusiasm one man can: create by bold by conscription lottery in which every was an outbreak, look for the support of I heir fellow t

.' 1 I rut of bow, Irish independence is to bo won. Ii relation! to their child, which would probably and earnest action is astonishing.. Oae jovial young man of Franco is forced to lake his I in which twenty persons were killed. Thf General BAILEY, although citizens.'

: The time is at Land ; it comes with tho deer; : enable! them tu trace ot his place of abode. free hearted, comingby picket, aa-J :cerain: proportion, who draw fatal Emperor; it is said granted every thing the political and staunch in BV
generous ever
.' .. '; :, Bounding of a sea filling its channel. Are Arriving at Troy, they were met by 3 colored accident or otherwise, among stranger us, will ofi- numbers, to sef.e for seven years, or purfchase people demanded: and they paraded the streets them out,princples ha never been an active pro'mpt to carry

'. the! people! ready ? They mtut-they: ", must be ''I min and wonun, bearing a resemblance! Icie en upset and reinvigorate a clique of fiiendship the services of a substitute, which few in triumph with arms in their hands. He may thereby an PtIIa
the do. The The Emperor of Russia, it was rumored is escape
have means to new are ,
Now Je'ie
ready. or never person t-Pcribed! to them. The anxiotxi inured, completely: trained in, lo dulness which would otherwise be uaancheofab

a Then, after calling upon the people to be i I father made known to them their errand, and and customary (q'liet. The enthusiasm of first sent 'to Algeria, where they are wel dead.The ISot so with Gov. DUVAL. :

t.. quiet! ', "until the word is given," foe makes i were told that such a child bad been seen b} the moment overbears all our preconceived dried, often in action, and a martial law Bank of Franco 'had suspc ded-focal! be has been in the political field.'wr eaniy;

.:. no scruple; to reveal the extremes to which them, and they .then bad a piece of the dress notions of order, and our: silent! respectful decorum reigns $there, acquire habits of implicit obedi. banks had been established but failed to relieve guine in his principles, and ardent E'e n.8

be and his party are ottcnsiMy! prepared to I he which tho bolonging ence. Then they are for one year on gar. the pressure, in consequence there were inearrtin
wore parents' recognized as our fears of giving oflence. pitiful l but them out, he meets many of those ijf
: run, even to the shedding of canals of to thir son. In consequence of the common \ice, which makes us carl !, even rison duty in Paris! changing their quarters several heavy failures. in times and gone, hare felt the now,
: : bood.! two months, in order to fraternizing The present government of France was past wtirkuf
information: they received, they rode several. .lo foi.in what we say, is by the current of every prevent his talents and influence, in
<< ** We ,,,0'.J1 rather (quoth he, in his con. mils into the country,', but losing all trace of spirit rolling through u and forcing with the populace. One hundred general recognised by other urnpean Gor.ernments. .' purpose From them he thwarting tl,|,r

,. S descenJin,huiiIJ.) accept ou freedom from 111 c iIJ. th<*y were obliged to return to theci'v up ours, swept away ; and the night the thousand of these troops were in Paris and lion and detraction ; but it may will be expect that opp.
The Funds remained without much
in the
: a than from wounded consulted the fortune-teller. quartered vicinity, under the command English
t.. ( enemy : a and aj-iin: ,lime whenever it is, from .thenceforth :bright mies against: a giant. p"
i 'ienJ. We had rather see Dublin streets The rmgirr.1 1 process was gain resorted: to ; spot in our history. It is from this, public Marshal Bugeaud, whose hatred of civil. alteration.: I No old citizen of Florida who
.' fans is well known, and who The Cotton and Corn markets had remembiri
filled with rejoicing living; men, 'than with! the parents were directed to return to Troy meeting derive their intense interest, and has little regard slightly f WILLIAM 1*.

I canals of blood! even though if were the blood and take a certain: ; road, leading 'lo the inle- the public: opinion its force. We arc sure for human life. He had at his command improved. The. market for other articles. then Territory DlALwben and who Go'ernoroth

0 cf our oppressors. But ifno other way is left nor, ami :hey would: ceitainly find the child. uf meeting' some earnest: t man who will cheerus fourteen detached forts, whose heavy artillery remained generally a before. frank and open hospitality, with which (11
: out of famine and could reduce Paris to ruins in a day, The New York, and Baltimore he wt
in bankruptcy: dKgraco, The direction was complied with ; and, after give us keener, fuller sensations, and a every Philadelphia ever welcomed at the executive
; than such a5lru ;le, then may GoJ give us riding a distance of some 30 or 40 miles from thus one or two being, of communicate house is within range of their pieces-while markets remained unchanged. none who recollect the sacrifices of maniiotj.
'vantage and the '* I 5Jmplb. the arsenals, commissariat and wealik iad
tie ground victory. Troy their eves witha department
; were suddenly delighted the fire oflheir to everyman from the Savannah Georgian .' ll II.( comfurt made by that individual,in
< might adJ to these! extracts other inwhich of their lost .the guard houses were all weliupplicd with pro. derelopiig
I sight long boy, standing by until' its powerful! energy awakens the The following despatch was received in the resources and promoting the future
hints arc given that in the short space s.Ie:: of the road Who visions and munitions war. leg
picking 'Jlackberrifs. dormant intellects of all. of the youthful
of" six months" from the present time the I brought him there, or where he had bt'e:1 TiE MUNICIPAL GUARD i is a Police force tbs city yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, da. none such, I am territory sure, will placed refuse under bis care;
4.' ;: battle is to be fought and won," and that a I since lie- left his home, he could give no intelligible How Marshal Such lurrwreclls Pic'ure consisting of nearly seven thousand picked to so old, so faithful, and suffrage
National Guard to be organized. men, who are divided into cavalry and infantry BALTIMORE, April 10th, 1819. well tried a public
ought '
: : : account' ; all!! he knew, was, that he Gallery. People reproach me baring servant, and one too,
0 had been Ief on the road :man whom he stolen pictures in Spain, but I bought them, probably! the lost serviceable corps in The Hibernia has arrived. Monster meetings and that without grown grey in their service .
Fiom the
[ the Gazette of the Unton bJ usual
] I attendant
had no! seen before. s'r -bought them !' the woild. Though most of them have served in Ireland passed] off quietly. Leaders wealth of

: ; TRICKS OK FOT E.nL.ERS.: Tlim: far ha-1! matters proceeded, when thepo'ic Indeed !' said the listener, with an incredulous in the army, they consider tbemseh'e a. arrested, and parties committed for trial.- t services.to compensate him for his sacrificeiand

.' .. A year or two since, a lady, residing: in Hol authorities got scent of what was going ele\'ario of t the eyebrows. r hove the line, anJ are insufferable.! In former France qlJet. Rouen Bank suspended. The tocsin of the

.. l oken, had a tender and well beloved d.lh'j on, and the genll.'man: was f'irbidJen to pa .5.' Yes, I bought them: sir !' returned r Soult. troubles! they have been found very efficient Telegraph deranged. More coming. sounded but opposition has ai yet
ter stolen: from her door one charge GOT.
) against
Ihllo'o away llrin. an exhibition ,the nut, and on going to the house of the t fortuneteller I '.There, for instance, is Murillo, the famous in cmeutes, and are generally; marriedinto -that of his Dnu
place in (the I The support ot Gen. H.U (
neighborhood following received
families of the despatch was
classes. S3 o
: the officers ascertained that she varalulic-it cost me two monks Two working The President in
and which was: witnessed by crowds of f at o'clock 1840. In this they have reckon
night 9J!
per- Prefect of Police their nominal : .
; had left in baste, having heard of :heir ap. monks, ejaculated: the listener. Yes, two was commander ed without host
Sons from this ci.'y. As be BALTIMORE their if they todonini
might naturally jproath. They then proceeded to examine I monks-two as fine, fat, slick, oily men ol Gods acting tinder M. Duchatel, Minister of lOtI.prl.. Let them but suppose
the ditras'ed injury. cast their
'u supposed, mother caught at every the Interior. He also commands battalionofStrEt.Rs All English workmen have eyes around
the covered with a thin laid '
I means to obain information in regard 'to mystical glass coating you e"tr t.c 01. : out of France. Many clubs formed in Paristo I among I theirown i friends, and I am mistaken if
of", hue wax, which being heated with steam, I But two monks for a picture ? exclaimed P03IPIElS, or soldierfireir.er consisting
her lost child: ; and the pros willingly: lent l of 829 men and officers. aid Liberty throughout the world. A Republic I they do not find those prominent i:their OWl
to it through a concealed be- the astonished listener.
their powerful aid to assist her ; but Mill no con"t\.t pipe at Cracow, and four bun- ranks, and for whom they not long sine
THC NATIONAL enrol proclaimed gw
came ', so that could: 4 Ye, I two monks for that Gt.lI I'\'trr man I
tratsspsrent a see picture
gave their united
person for
of the
tidings I lender could: be office
one obtained. dred political released fifteen thousand support a high who
throng,-h! it. Behind this wa placed a tolerably sir !' said and it in this that: established in business or who is a hirsehol.: prisoners ; a
In her Soul \31 I limo
anguuh she applied to tha fur'une.tel- insurgents under 'shor previous to 1840, the
I der and is thus a militia, citi. Republican in- supported
composed ar.UI. pi
executed ; the lost the made of
for information arul 'l'J portrait of hoyandi : bargain was :-(1ali6( some more ct1. Northern. with Southern
lr in of j ciples in man princi1es-
advancing Denmark
consequence j zens, who have an interest at Germany, Po.
what told! her she ] letting in a cold stream of air from : re. tho Burgundy.) One after havingbeen : They I General H.AKnisors's
they traveled to distant land and the kingdom of Bavaria. A opponent. Everyschool
citirs in search of her chiiJ 1 1neoJless i fri erator ou Mho, other side the wax, pushed rather hard by Wellington and arc well uniformed and equiped, as infantryand new boy remembers the of
and it is almost c and able cabinet in Austria. Great struggle 1340, and tb.almost .
and have
cavalry, been called appointed
'. j it became congealed, and the was hi.l- his red coated rascals, I a number generally
to she portrait great :total: sacrifice of
spent her strength" fr ant in : principle in the
say military
about five preparations Russia. coo.
out in the'
days ,
len frora the sight. ofmy took in year one regionis
Subsequent investigation men our convent. a
TLui her up 1 test. The !
nought. was mind in played
kept con. The revolution continues in Sardinia Whigs successfully thegaraethen
: in its turn, on guard at the Palace. constitution
t. brought to light the facts in regard to the We made the lazy monks give us a good They
tinual state of sup. 'iiey
sunpcnie, balancing between published the \hic are endeavoring to palm
ballot once in five for fire candidatesfor by Pop of
sjmoui, and aco the fart: that the child had and plenty of good wine, and then we years
hope ar J fear, for many long and per Revolution in Milan and now, wh: the no-principle candidate, .
weary each office, from which the Ministers Lombard/
been stolen by the seer placed at went off to bed. commission
months a boarding TAYLOR ;
these wrclchvs l'r their
by they caring for : is captain.
no j I school in Troy-afterwards removed to scv- Next morning when the men wore mustered one, and have thus managed lo get Spain quiet. Portugal greatly dislresscJ.
the that' rent a mother's.heart, so long I I The enormous expenditures, and the u fur.I .
agol. end .thr places, and finally left the road I it reported to me that in their supporters. They number about sixty .
on was some
as filch! from her little filthy lucre I i I twenty Commercial I tun ate management of the Florida war, under
: in time to meet its !". of had been found thousand in the city limit, and af'ir are greatly deranged.
At !length sbcIile'd: a foitune filer on tie 'just pare or thirty my grenadiers twenty.f'e English Paris Mr. VAN BUHEN'S administration, had made
I thousand in tho banlicueor suburbs, 803 ; per cents' 50.
westein ids! of the city, who I with their throats cut-tho good monks had commanded it obnoxious to the people. A
more merciful : Upland and Mobile/ Flour change \ru
l cotton declinedfd
.:: than the others, graciously told her that her i ScoI r$. C.[' ",.-Thu whig friends of Gen. I j:just severed their wind pipes a they slept, and t.y G-nerel Jacqueminot. The annual extreme price 2S shillings Corn 27; called for-and change-change-was the

J -.,,' child Lad been taken by wealthy foreign lady Scott held :meeting in Pittsburgh a few days j, sure enough, thin poor fellows were a dead as expenses for music, staffofficers, guard houses, quarter Provisions maintain; former per cry, from one end of the land to the other.
&c., is about $l2)OOO, and thft individualexpenses ; prices ;
t. .1: who needed it in order IC enable! her to i since, at which some rich scenes occurred, slaughtered letp. Well, I immediately, had Beat Rice 18s Cd. I The great embodiment of whig principles wis

inherit some property, and when her object and some funny speeches were made. One nil the tit!). and said to them : You for uniforms are large. Not verysoldier Good demand for in London.- laid! ou' the shelf by his friends and Gentnl
I speaker, Mr. Mageehan, is thus infernal I can't afford lose like in their(leortmentthis: t rain.band provisions
was accomplished the cid! would be returned reported in vagabonds, to my has been a standing butt ridicule with the Bacon advanced ; Lard declined. In the HARBISON was presented for the Presidency
her. And thus the Journal a whig paper: in this and to convince you at an advanced without
to we suppose, her mind has grenadiers way districts, Manchester age, any declaration
been set at rest, unless, perchance, she has We wanted a Xor.ht'r President, and Gen. of the fact, I inten'cal lg ev.ryne of you !" regular force ; but in the recent troubl es, the Manufacturing, thing'is gloomy.: Prices particularly of principles, other than his previous course

since visited another of like character, who Scott was ihe man (Loud cheers.) Such a wail ofdcspar: I never heard, followedby King's policy keeping them apart seems never known e\cry to be so low. were had (and that evidently Demo

has sent her 0: more wearisome journey He admired Mr. Clay as much a any rnae, piteous supplications for pardon. After I not lo have succeeded, as the troops of the cratic) with Jonx TYLER, of Virginia(
but we had run him often enough. The fiightening i them well, J consented far to l-n(have sympathized with them and the peo. Vice President o
We are ROW about to relate another circunistance par. so I The Toil in whom there was no doubt.
that occurred a few years siuce ty had been faithful to him, but (hero was no pardon them as only hang the same number plA. The municipal guards have resisted is a oaXtUslaper.Xcv.spapcrlterature Gov. DCVAL, warm in his feelings and attach

more diabolical in its character than any thing use (running him again. An Irishman who of them as they had killed of our men..-it was I wiib No valor worthy ofa better cause. des prove the greatness of England! ments, did support his old frien and fellow

: of f the kind that las been laid before the pub.! had visited America in 1921 I, returned againin twenty' odd, and they were to draw lots. The ,Body Guard has existed in France and every support should be given to new p soldier in scenes of the 'Vel, with a host
since the :
dissolution of Swiss
t' lie. It that a German gentleman and 1840.- He heard the Broadway dandies doomed lot were soon set one side, the ropes j Corps, in pers. The editors of these papers must havea of other Democrats no doubt aid
his wife apCf, residing on tko eastern sido of the talking about Mr. CJay. '':Ire.' :ta hI, 'and I knotted around their necks, and my men I 11830.I Guard .a been mounted at the Palace most enormous task.: It is not the writing his success ; and many believe bad

', \ city, bad. a lovely boy, an only child, stolen this must be .the son of the man ye's were run. I wero just about stringing them up, when two bore, diri by detachments io"8.- from all.three of the a. of the leading article itself but the obligation man have survived (the cormorants Ih..ol.

:, from them ; and nil the energies of their minds iiin" for Present twenty years agn.' of the victims declared themselves to be theAbbot I Boston Alias.T to write that article every week, inclined rounded him, he would not hare disappointed

; were put in requisition with a view to his recovery The astonishment! of the honest Hibernian and his assistant, 'rvirrv- ., -I can't obiiir! or not., in sickness or in health, in affliction them in IMS course. However our friend

c S, -so sensitive were Ibey, that a hint may bo conceired wh"n lolJ it was the amman. you, gentlemen, l hut really (fill; your glasses) .t"E IxDEpr.N5m.ccE.-Soon.; after his es, or disease of the mind, winter and sum. the Sentinel may be assured that the Dfm o.
was ouly make The Chinese Museum men and New" I must hang ''aLI.hment in Philadelphia Franklin was of afier tied the Florida derstand'
necessary to them travel for you. mer, year year down lo task, remaining racy fully u these mater
: miles at a time, m hope bearing tidings of York dandies, the men who say''yl ah fel Mercy,,ho, save. us !' (! a piece for publication in his newspaper. in one spot. It is something like the themselves, without enlightenment from' him ;
I '
.. their lost treasure. In this way much money lah, thought better to be bea'ten with Mr. Can't; do it, gentlemen, really must [Being very busy, be begged the gentlemanwould walking cia thousand miles in a thousand especially when he himself urwnihis: pri

.. was spent, and several months passed Clay thaa to succeed with any body el
without their hearing a word of their awa. Iedidu't believe so-he was not of that stripe Listen,' said the abbot, 'we hate hid away .the author called and asked! lil pia4on of it. how a periodical will wear down one's exis- tion, an individual much more vulnerable'thaW

they inconsolable (Laughter.) Paralytic-take it ransom, Why, sir, I am sorry to uy that I considerit DUVAL could be this
'. were fir his loss. I Murrio's as a tence. Jn itself it appears nothing. The la. Gov. ever in respect.
;' About this time there" resided in this city He was like the fellow and the niggar I ba and le us go. highly scurrillous and defamatory. But being bor is not manifest nor is it severe ; it is the \VAKULL.-.

; ) French Canadian woman, who pretended lo:I by. A.young man was very much'in Jove I thought this was fair enough bargain, lei at a loss, on account of my poverty whetherto continual attention which it Your
; with a woman and determined reject or not', I thought I would it to this requires. Peach Tree Cuttings.-Boiling Jones
to her offlhe two and the rest- put
possess a knowledge of future events" and from marry dignitaries' up went life becomes, as it were, the o
S I the celebrity which she obtained by I 4 Bu,' said a friend, u bo attempted to dissuade thus giving the two monks for Murillo. And issue-at night when my work was done, I One week is no sooner publcation.-printed Surrj county, Virginia, informs the editor o
private him from doing so, she has had bought a loaf which with ( the Southern Planter' that peach trees can
on a
a that I didn't
; means, many persons were induced .to vitit baby. yet people wi say buy my Spanish hvopffK' mug than on comes another. is .the stone ol
; 41 don't for that.' of water, a/id then I be propagated from the quite as
her. She was constantly in the habit of inquiring I care gallery. tarlilJ. wrapping Sisyphus and endless repetition of toil, a constant cuttings easy
.. S 4 in the Moms Multicaulis. He
But she
has had two. myself the :
of that called --- my great soundly on a says
persons bert the weight the mind, acontinual
.-.' exact location of their dwelling upon; and at the Well, I'll marry her still.: Keeping the Sabbath.! When Com String floor till morning ; when another loafand mugofwater upon the upon intellect and spirit. -demanding wearing 14 In f the spring insert short prlio. of tie

end eighteen months from the lime the child 4 But: she has had three.' ham was at nil Janeiro in command of our afforded me a pleasant breakfast.- all the exertion of faculties, at the twigs or branches 'in the abt three
That is bad Now, sir, since I I live your fiDe or four inches deepleaving: about or
was lost, she succeeded in getting hold of a I'J marry her any how. squadron some months ago, a great parade on can very comfortably in time you arc to do the severest eyes
S woman who resided next door to ihe Iy 4 Well but she ba (our babies, and the L'ehalfofahe Emperor occurred on Sunday.- this manner, why should I prostitute my press drudgery. To compeled. is well, buds our, taking care to press tho soil very
far paper
referred to. This woman came to consult in last one Was blac!;. The Brazilian ships and the men of war of to personal hatred or party passion, for a but 'to edit one is to condemn yourself very slave compactly around the set. Nothing more U

regard to eleven silver that had been 'la she ? well rl be bl_ if I'll stand other nations 6red a grand salute but the American more luxurious living ?1" -Marryatt.AH then necessary than just to keep them clearof
spoons : ry.
stolen from her; the twelfth spoon being in the nig u baby.' ships were silent. The next day One cannot read this anecdote of the American weeds and grass ; in doing which it is y r

". .' another part of tlu, house, still remained in Mr. Mageehan thought that the fourth heat Cupt. Stringliam sent an explanatory note to : sage, without thinking of Socrates' reply I for the Best.-Blessed are they that arc I important that they be not moved in the .

: her possession, and this she exhibited to the! for Mr. Clay was like the niggar baby. liesvoudn't the proper minister of the court, saying that to king Archelau, who had pressed him to blind ; fur they shall see no ghost. They should he watered when the weather is

fortune-teller, a a specimen of those that had go that. (Great laughter.) (the Sabbath was observed ia his country' and give up preaching in the dirty streets Athens Blessed are they that are deaf; for they never vary dry. I have' at this time two set froman"

.. .." )been stolen. She was told to again in ----- he hoped that this would he deemed a sufficienljeajon and come and live with him in his splendidcouit. need to lend money, nor listen to tedious Old :lron: growing in my garden,which

four or five days, and, leaving cal spoon, 6herelur.cd U.iJofu of Jet'lutionfrSClders..n for not having fired the proper salute Meal, please your majesty, is half stories. were set last spring, with shoots twen

to her Lome. The fortune teller ,\cl of Con f't". approved February, 18. on that day, but that. "with to kind and ptnlya peck in Athens, and water I can get Blessed are they that are afraid of thunder Iy inches longK'apoleon's .

Immediately, sent out and Lad eleven spoons -8, makf further provision fur surviving wid.o respectful feelings ul .'chhe. and) his country' t for nothing." ; for they shall hesitate about getting married Prophecy.-During his imprisonment

., made to correspond exactly! wit the one :left''; s soldiers of Ihe Revolution, entitling the men entertained towards Brazil, be woulc: A CURS roy DC.'F ES3.-Tho Boston Bee -and keep away from politica meet. on St. Helena, Napoleon made to L

her, and then had them ilto a cisternI i widows of all soldiers whose marriage took I have the happiness of "iviiiz" a salute on MOIL tells the following story f Joe il who formerly ing!. Casas ,the folio*.'inc prediction,. part. w&

,', in thus yard of Ihe next house to the one in place before the IM January, 1704, to rec :. day, to which Capt. S. received a friendly re. : drove an e> wagon from the head of Blessd are t they that are ignorant : for they has been already fulfilled' : o

which resided the lady ,,h bad consulted ber. I' ivc for and during their natural lives, from pi'). Tbe salute was fired and the affair ended Commercial ies Joe was not only dfaf are happy in thinking that they know every I "In less than twenty-five' years from die

When the woman agaiu, the fortuneteller and after (the 4ih March, 1649, the annuity with perfect harmony.The hut stuttered. He likewise had the l ing thing. present 'time, the whole European system will

went thro' a variety' of manoeuvre*, and which wo.ild have been allowed to their bus. borrowing money and forgetting to pay it Blessed is he that is ugly in form and fea- 'lie changed." "'1'! French will east th*

; : at last told her that her spoons were deposited I bands by the Act of June 7th, 183: !, if )living Xen-otts System.-Frojn I the maggot again. One morning be was dunned by a lures ; for the girls shan't molest him. lotirbons and their dell pjft as my rabl/

: in a ci.:rrn, which she particularly describedand II at Ihe lime it was passed, subject to the same that leaps from a nut a we crack i on our person to whon be owed five dollars : Blessed is she that would get married but teed would any stranger. who would t

ube dupe proceeded at once to have cv.I restrictions a ale prescribed in the Act of8.S3 plate after dinner, and the catterpillar .thai 4 Come, Joe: cant you pay me that money can't,; for-the consolations of the gospel are mount him. Then, if my son be in existence,

f I cry cster in the neigeborb searched, but. I ,-granting half pay and pensions lo eer- catsup the lea res of our favorite conouw- to-day her's. he will be seated on the throne amid the scclamations -

I '. success. She ihjn called on the seer lain wiJows.; And further, all widows enti. in the garden f from the fish thai cl"u'el: 'T-t-the torse. has g.g.gone to theij-b-b-b- Blessed are the orphan children ; for they of the people ; if be be not, France .
4 -
.'.4 again, who promised to examine further into tied lo the benefits of this latter Act are ad. green, translucent wave, .sod! the that Blacksmith's.' -. have n mother to spank them. u-Hl gn back to a Republic; for no other hand

I ."o the matter, and after several visits, she poai- milled to the benefits of the Act just passed.The viigs4he breeze" incense-breathing mor., 41 I don't want the Jierse, I want your will dare to seize a sceptre which it can

'f tively declared that: they wero in too cistern ---- from the lion that roams the l-sert andthe I 4T-Ube truck is down lo mon.wharfor J/bxzin on Marriage.-Marry first and lore not wield. The Orleans though amia.LIf -
r,: she had described, and which were very near Insvr ection in 8icil.-\n Ameri. horse that damps the battle field.or prances ( a J-l-Uod of.p-p-pork.' will .fer. is a shocking asertion ; since a are too much liko ohe banch, ; Gil4.

I the lidy's bouse. The cistern in the yard of can gentleman who was at : during before a lady's equipage, up lo Man, the 4I don't want the truck,' said the man, 4I mahappen to make the state will share the somefat \flbel do not choosso

e; the house next door to ber residence was then the recent writes'Ilin8 date master of them all, there is one all pervadingnervous want those five dollars you owe me.' but barely tolerable, even wheu it .entered. live as simple citizens under wbat.retchanges .
.f.' thoroughly searched, which resulted in finding January : un.dt system, progressively diminishing in 41 I m.m.made,' replied" Joe, 1 g-g good into witJulltuaI affection. take place. France one nor a

.r I the identical spoons, tied up exactly as the 41 On the 29th, the revolution d. a downward scale analytic exhaustion, till peck to-day, on s,s some boards I sold the How unhappy mus that marriage be, in republic, other countries will follow her e a.

1 i., .,' seer bad- said. The city was given up to the insurgents.ommenc, the it t ends in a mere microscopic globule of S-S- Sugar refinery.' which the husband can have .uo-confidence. in pIe-Germans, Pm.ian., Poles, Italian,

Now her fame spread through that neigh. General retiring into .the citadej with all the brain, by which they all communicate and The man then wrote what be wanted: on the affection of his wife./ Danes, Sweedi and Ruqiana wlf all join in

; t IlorLuo with great rapidity, and the German soldiery fn the afternoon he made an at. told (heir relative and inter-pendant exiienoes oe's .tal.. How much easer and pleasjuiter it is fora the crusade for liberty.

.t':: 0 lady was urged and.entret.d not to delay a tempt to march into the city again with according lo their various forms and 41 I.!.! can't see,' said Jo., 'II 1 !-l- lefl my woman to,obey the man of her choie.lanone .

moment in coasultaling the seer, as she might 300 soldiors, but sooo 'they made some their needs, and typos of organization, function, pecks at b.h.h home. she would not have CQul The Opinio of Lui Phiip of the Republic. .

: ; : thereby find bf r son. She, however, being a appearanco they a" driven a back. The growth, loatiun and pursuit s._JVw/oioV Finding all useless, the man askd have avoided it. .-The Paris .rte the follow.

religious woman, thought it proper at first to General; then, without'fe giving a moment's" Journaljoffsyceological JfdirM..1Ir. Joe, in a low voice- Invectives! against marriage are a reflection ng as an extract from a Havre letter :-"'M.I .

., ,1 -conut: ber minister on the propriety' of doing lice to the ( no. What will you have to drink T' upon the laws and good order of society. 'I Rone of my friends, waa ..pres.enr.arw .
;;, .' foreigners, commenced an indis. Aitor't Legacies.-The New.York 4 Marriage is the highest slate of friendship.No I' of the in a fishing
*3: but be treated tbe idea a* I perfectly ridic. criminate. fire {the town from tbe citadel A 1-1-! little b.b brandy and water, replied fmharlaliol ex-king boj
.:; u'cus.' and she determined to krep.afrom fort, and a upon steamer with SIIr la).;-"Jt& is rumored that he has wiled -oe, promptly.Efftct nater( whom (hat woman marries, who Thursday last. When on the pat'
canister large sums to religious societies, haa-a notion of the matrimonial duties Louis -
,: l Ler. The however, again and shells. Rrlp bo'pital. slight quitting the 'f'rnc soil
4. aid at nelghbra prevailed ber to diwardjer betthe They around ( S. steam and benevolent institutions, including the of tA Revolution in Paris.-Six -.h. will surely be unhappy. ed tawards- said,"Join the republic
upon like
( Cu } adviser aod frigate bli. A shell took of German Emigrant Association. Various inividuals thousand persons led Paris, with regular It i i1. dreadful as as dihonts te snazzy frankly nd and sincerely, for J curry with** '
t, paya 4u tbelk the cornice of the live in we .
i iriiu : t there 'i.i and the in his employment, be.ide his de- papora on the S3 J and 24th of February. a mentor his hopes of.his.death. the French monarchy, and I shall dececd,wltftit
mide -
t tfner.; Arrog fold occupied by Mr. Sanderson, father-in-law to Itndala are also supposed to bare received ? was the.first wave of.migratio unlessicrmenanca Exalted.qualities may b-sunk-by a low and I to the tomb. I hare been the.la* K wg<*.
? knw ebjrcf * i ; wbn ellrJldufrolt. pensions? Among others whose bt tecwed to Ibc.ew iaailutiona unequal marriage, France- Adieu.'* .



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I I I the shot .about i.trk him. he deliberate! ced, had uu fn a echo. Under such cir- tempted to b beard before Mr, JOHRVCN took the AMEtDXKVTS To TIlE Pocket Book Lort. 5 : G .

THE FLO'BIPIAK I himself in the and the ball passed to a name stand but had 1.
nit itirrap tb tie preserve been compelled into ulence.. The Coiititction the Stilt Floridd. subscriber lost on Thurwtay 30th Marcb.be*
:, I n him and his addle, leaving him quite un for the nation, now lb power to act; since there CLATrrcs had thing their own way-putnn o o THE t'en Tallahassee and Or Dfrtftl Plantation i:
a- harmed! This the doclot aw with him with his "'1 but one alternative give up a part or be entireLy eel Jeets'un larje calf-skin POCKETBOOk i

I.ET ua A LOWE. ,I own ft and therefore there can be no dotfct t of its I blotted nut Bat the votes and resolutions of one out the lights, introducing darkness and conlion. Proposed and agreed to by the third Genera in with fifty County or sixty a dollars in mon v. hills not 3 I. t

r -=- : -- -:; =---: == truth bianch of Congress have reanimated them and con and finally causing the TATLOR guard to disperse Assembly ; subject lo th action of the n'x recollected with a quahMty r>{ nolen stud receipts, ;

Saturday, April 15 1848. I Very good-but hete is another of the same sort se'teflCes the mOt alarming are to be dreaded without doing any thing useful or decent 0 OL General A fsembly.CT viz: One against J. 4. J. T Daflin for f3 0, dated tile
: Where the mischief i is to end, no one can
;==_ -- -- -- -- though the General is not tbe hero. 01 was once in much fanaticism and predit. the harmonious Whigs'!r' February 8, 1S49; also line nr'ceiptgiven by John
MlMI.N ATIO>S.roR God only knows how bl Daffin fur a note against George,hitnVU. fot f 3o4S3 fit
DEMOCRATIC amend the 12th Clause of the Gib ;
Harrisburg on oflicial business. said a certain Penn- will generate And all from our own impolitic (to to -r-
I cent*,dated $th February 1 SIS one
ton. ; rererpt given
S title of the Constitution of this Slat that (the
stlrama who was very fond of telling high' Kite it no wor!e term) measures Yet I do not w rate Irsdelt Lec su John Daffin. for J. D. Brant
by note for
Clone. a
of the The tab'e! of the electoral rote of each of the Ci-cuit Court shall h.d: their ohli.ces against ,
FLORIDA : for I am one sanguine following Jllizt
GovmNOR or ly colored stories. During my stay there, aborl H despondency fifty doHart.dated Match 3/1.1W: one note oin>t
will found useful for for a term of eight year instead of durn
State reference during the ;
BAILEY. b John Granthira dated
GEN. WILLIAM race came ofT near the capital and I I am partial sisal good behavior lot ?H. Ma'reb. ISIS; ore L
e>lhool other Land.. coming campaign : note against J. P. Billingsby payable to J.bn It. tDogett
CONGRESS : to horse racing, I went to see it. Just the horses J-cciio> J. lIeu enacted 6y IIe a-ncrt and 11.'tue
rJ a We have received the letters of the Commi..ione Maina Alabama 9New Rrprcitntatitti of the Mate of tlotida in General for S>2 i7, date net recollected : two'netss f $
DUVAL. were about startin. same fellow me by jost- Hampshire MIS, against H Clifloid, payable to Joists B Done, for .
WILLIA of the General Land Obce, giten below, from Mr. t iuilli| CVeimont .furm co" mtfl, That the I 12th Clause f $.a25 t
hog me rather rouhly. Now, be it known, I don't f Ohio t 3b"fehuset. ; the 2th ArticU uf the Constitution ol lH Stale be S each, date not recollected ; one note against Ben- t
ro. rnwiDr.vriAL rurcrcR* : U EITCOTT, with a rcqueat to publish them. 12 Louisiana jamb;n Giuie and one note atalnsl Charles Cause, ;
often fight, but when I srike, wh> then I do sink t I amended a* lo follcw viz: That at I the t.
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Of) Si. John GttER LAtin OncE, March 4, 1S43. Rhode Is/and: 4 Kentucky 12 expiration( of the t"c I term of utlce of I Judge, payable to John B. Dogjrtlt, amounts and dale not f' f .
-so I fist, and hit him a blow that sent him present ht
up SIR : I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt Connecticut 13 recollected, one nolragsmst J. Dorkint,.ptnble to 4
CHARLES I II. DITONT Of G"dsJr. (Tennessee of the Circuit Court, with the exception hereinafter !
acaiist the fence and into the field earning with from you of a cory of Preamble and Resolutions'! New >orlf 3'India'a 12 mentioned the Justices (if the Supreme Court. John B. Dog ett. with a credit,amonnt and date n"t r
JOHN IL"O Of Jackson County.Appointments him nine sections of and rails. The fellow asking Congress provide land for the inhabitantsof New Jersey, Illinois, 9 recoltectr ;. one at count asainst John B. Docirett r '
pog's and the Jiii ol the Circuit Cnurls, hal be ; .
__ __ __ __ ges ejected
the of Public for htlmlred do'Iars' dated let Januarv
for one -Ito.
certain townships, support Pennsylvania :2 Misnlri 7 : )
laid a short tisn*, then raising himself into a sitting for a term ol eight years, and hall hold their u5cesf .
bj the Goteruor. School," pas.rd bv the Senate and of Representatives Delaware Arkansas 3 with several other notes account and receipts not ... t !
loue : : fir f that term. unless: sooner removed under the
be Genera' poature, he looked wildly around him. "Gentle the State of Florida Mb of January Maryland pro- recollected Alt are hereby forewarned a* t, Vgamut
JAMES T ARCHER, Esj to Attorney ol on F Mlchir.n i vii ", made in ths; Con>titfition; (ur the removal of persons
,jcHun.Jos7i! BRANCH, fe ';ncdAccrrrri men,' said he, has this torm done much damage ? last Virginia 17 H irufa 3North I Judges, by address or inapeacbtisesat) ; and for wilful trailing! for said notes A liberal reward will ;- fl'
Did the sl'ike but ?' compliance with sour request to be advised if Carolina II Texis be given to the finder bv leaving the pocket Kv>k :c 1
ligHntnc an) o( neglect of duty. or other reasonable can'e, which
C be of boy .
Eq.. Secretary any objections eli t fo the measures prolllN| in the outh Carolina \Iowa 4 snail be suTicient cround fi.r impeachment, the and content with \\ E"LEV M.\SSISG. in Talla- :, : t

: State,vice JAMLS T. ARCHER EI1., rti ntd WIlIg Ca.rentlouss Resolves of, florida relerlt to. I II.He to state that I Georgia (Jovernor no hall remove tiny of them on the address hl..et', or to the subscriber in Jrf er.on Cr-nntv ; yIIARD'Z'

The resignation rf Mr. BRANCH, as Attorney General Within three pa t the democrats othi State know of none ; and thit. so an 11:1 Total fcxj I of two.thirds t.f the General l .A!>emblv Prodded. GAS INS- ., Jic.

S wa caused, ''understand, from il.hrltb.- has e received no yeas hittl.l.- abuse! In'm the Whigs. on account object pediment in view in the., this way o'fice of legitlatioi wouid heard favorable!} concur to (he in, To the above will be ad-tdil all likelihood, \.i- however That the cause or causes shall l beetate.l l at April5,15.9. 39 3t 1 tAn

]Je was elected to the oTice in Is 4 >, allht first sc$. c.f their Conventions l sirtsof names have and advise anY steps calculated to extend the very consin, with five voies Py! art of Congrrst all the mib H,in such. address and entered ot ttiejnurnalse.feach I Entire New Stock f 1"
His* e
.101 of the Sale Lo;is:ature, and ha>discharged ill, been Uf to characterize the conduct of the democrats small and inconsiderable donation hrrdufore mJl Stales are required to vote in. one day for President or callU shall be notified to the Judge, su int r.d.-J Oi Spring and Summer Goodl j
repoble djirt with hoT-r to him!elf and credit and dangerous to the cfvxriftv for such a truly beneficent purpose the erectioi I of and.i I corrupt wel.bing School Houses, and education ot children'! of now offered! to cash bayers at a small advance ft
to the government Its *occes,or, Mr Acinnlate : ; but the, having the fear becre! tl.e ;pioneers of infat t settlements. tt i :November which comes on the 7lh this j ..ar In his own. deencehseforeany vote for such removal IS on New York crut Those persons who wish :.
and in such the shall be taken
s : cases vote
Secretary of State, ranks among the first lawtcrof t Icieea." have borne tl 1 he t h ing* 'sith remarkable Uith regard to the substitution of other land for In ISM, the total numb-r of electoral voles w-n shal>v pa and an,1 entered on the Journals of each new and unusua'Iy'! cheap GOODS will find if to their IJ "

the bar of Middle Florida Hi. appointment., a. patience, knowing that tie t;me woud! come when the 10'h: V>!en unfit lor cultivation, I enclose herewith i 271 Of these CLAY received .lOs, and POLL 170, louse yea respectively n.V i 1 merest to look at them before they pqrchaserlse': f. ir

well that of Mr A. E. MAX*. la'e rnemVof \\higswouldbeforced to vindicate the policy a (ira:t rita bill furnished the Chairman ol theCommittee I Ia$ follow: SEC. 2. De itful"t enacted,That the Judges frt where The stock embraces DRY GOODS.;GROCERIES J j )
I a LL Public Lands House of Rlpre ea- I ARDWARE.! CROCKER,&c.&c..an'4 ; "
!* Legs1aretrom Leon *., give great which! tlicthus denounced That time has already o Stale that totfil fur Clay, tn 1544 appointed under this amended Cos'iluliQnhal *
e county \l titfj.in Feb t -46,by which the object contempU: divided as I have the agency fui the Philadelphia and Net* .r
Ohio, 2J .New Jer. 7 bv lot into four classes.! .
atit faction throughout the State They are both corne o only have our opponent said less than may be a'tameJ Tennes, 13 I Connecticut ey t. C hold his or their office or offices for the term ef shil two York Pekin Tea Company I have a general election f % .

gentlemen of marked bi2itv, and their selection re'' usual about our recent Convention, but they are I In reference to the granting ol school lanJ> for Kentucky. 12 Vermont, rears, the second for the term of four eal'.the third of choice TEAS put up In mall parcels to soil fam'.t,
.otbe'a Purchase," and the Arredendo Grant," I r ilies so that the lovers of good tea be .
/le-ti credit upon Ihe judgment and discrimination themselves calling Conventions to naik: out what 1 Rh-xle Ii'and! (or the term of hix years, the fourth for the term ol I may supplied :
i r.
also herewith enclose a copy ofa bill drawn in this ra'acll"tli. : with the best article and at low prices.
of the Executive o the State wluse preroeative il work there IS for the pat> to do. They hare quit otiice. and lurnisl.ed, (in compliance with 'his i: re- I, ,) Ca01ina. Jl I D.lwue. 3 eight(Parsed jears the Semfe by the Constitutional maiontv. I I Call at the old stand. where the subscriber, with ...

fill such during the recess of the Gen the the Hon W. 11 Brockenbrou the i'th.Vaj 1bnbnd. : I I his brother has the public for .
*acanctci duiaaar ) .
i to abusing us. an.l 1 turned. to same thing they 12iet ; I Total 10") [Ipcember 22, b47. Pa,sed the I house! of Repre- supplied manv vests; v
ml Assembly bused u* for Na> more-tbev are repre!enltngConventions 1SJ- states that voted fa Polk. entalives by the Constitutional majorty. January C, HA YW1R11t: '' .
In I would avail ratself of this opportunity I TallahaMee April 1. 1S4S 37 4t "
-- -- ,
Car: and eTicient mode of concu"ion. Vow York. 35 54"] -
as tl.e only j II.inf, 9 cJ
the The attention to the annual from
Celebration cf Temperance your report
celebration! by the S-ns SO of Temperance en Monday giving strength and success to their principles.- this cil, under date. 3Uth o\l.btr. I.1';, lit Penn-tlvama Virginia 1 2'17; j t{ 11" ''' April 15, 134S 30 Cm List of Letters F. .

What a chance'V! must keep a note of these wl hich the expediency of making further prrtisioni t tI Mississippi, ( Notice. TJEMAIM.NG! in tbe Post Oce at Tallahassee/ I' Jj
creditable aid Las lei
Indiana 12 I Louisiana
an nrprcs-
ut, was hghTy I
for the support of Common Schools in Land i J\ 14$ t
stultifies : }
lion oj the public nmd decided:* favorable to the lhm: that our read< r mav lee how whigge'v I States: is urged, and the recommendation tlC: that Georcia, 10 I New Hampshire, ( SIX weeks ifter( tal., the nJer':;ned will apply Allen and Grist Mesri Lee TTomas (ILvun ,t?

new order The address delnercd on the orcasio it clf. In the meantime we leave tothem to therland be .substituted the 1'jlh section, wticreralueles South Caxolira, Michi.an, : the Hon ;e rf Probate for Leon Countyfor Abuey, Penj T Lewis W. H

jjj-e of the ottiCC5 which induce whigs to denounce .. Alabama, { I Arkansas I letter ol administration on the estate of Lames Allen, Rennet C Manning Wm K" 3 ..l
*>! D W. GTNN, Esq will be found on the frt lian.i 4 ; ,
to-da\. what they "i appro. an,I dot> to With great respect, A. Berthelot, deceased late of Leon Cnuntv Alesandir.RHBarkley McRea. lion G W iMr .. 3.
page of this da 's paper I is a flam practical ap- You obedient servant, Total.Since : KO JAMES AR nFn. lion Mr Gehce. otjt! Jo'peJlcIver.MuMary t. .

peal to all clause: in behalf of the Temperance cause morrow. K'CIURDM' YOUNG, the last Presidential election, the llowing April 15, 1:9. :: (Gw Ballard, Logan DBtvviace.Thos A C /' 'St _!
need te extracts to show how stroia .
Read it-you will be repaid; for the time given to its Wf not qu. ; Comnissioner. States have been aditld, including YVuconsm B Mdhine.Ilt'n s .. ;

perusal Study and digest the sabject well. and and in what spirit (\ConuRtions Lave been op- lion J. D. \ Jr, which ha jus its Constitution : Hamilton Tax Sale. Brown sealv McCulloogh James 1'. .t

posed. Even oac who reads Florida newspapers Senate fCOT Mates raife, virtue of the power vested n me bv law I Brown Miss JjscpiicaPrown Merit, ElijahMcClmtock.JR ; !.
ihen- n the Sins of Tempe'nce.Ilipeols Irwa. 1 Texas, 4 BY
jo | shall for sale, before the Clur-t House John .
I will remember enough on tl.is Cut w e give I 1 expose
lug 1 lews.- I luljer. GENERAL L-\. OFFICE, March C. 1545.- Honda :|j Wisconsin: -v : d.uor, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton C\unly.10- i B>il, Alexanfer! Miller.! \Vashingtoa '1s I f.
here a specimen of nlaaa whig newspaper p\li.h- SIR I hate the honor to acknowledge the receipt Ruins Mrs Elizabeth t '
I : : jiil.a, on the first Monday I< in November, I's4's. the I McKewen. S 1 .
Mr. ALEXA-NTER } oi\o, c Edinbirg, gsve a es now The Flo ida inny remarks : of t''ur letter of the 1st inita&J, enclosing a copy of I S 10 ollowiti" described property. or so much thereof a B'owman. James Moore.lcbabld 1" : i

lecture and exhibition rn The,dctemnjr, illus' i Opposition to Contentions en tie that the Preamble; : and Kesolutior of the Legislature of I Tie: number of electoral votes, at the ensuing will pav the State and County Taxes due thereon far Bryant Wm ABuinhorn. Maner.jr William t ; LJ

fated by D.s; olvirg \iens tfa: respectable audience they ale useless, calculated to humbug rour people I Honda, lu reference I he claims of certainsettlerson election. will be 201 I, of which 145 will constitute a the jear 1*>47, to wit : Mi IsO Marshall. Robert C .) ,.
t ladies and gtitienen The cxbifc tioa is repeated I.ut of their ju,t tghl". is, we think mistaken policv bad in that Slate, approved 15th Dec last, and I choice The South West quarter of Section 31Tsvrn hip BrailmcII.! Dr D Miller Sliss Mary :', t) t'

( \I a tenl ol givintepresoIon to the popularwill requesting; mv ,-irwl tm the uJec. tosubmit to (he I. Range 13. South and F.at. p-rporliog to belong to Praifley Cap Munday. Harrison ; 1

.this evening at the Capitol, with atarieH of net ot harraoiizm:; COlrlclmo sc: ('nal.| interests, Senate Conmittec I Connrrtintt.-The election in Connecticut, which VilliamJ. Mills Bradley, Hon R H MattI) .jr. Bait t ,
The lectures of Ir. lotG The after the wi.e poll ', Carpenter W S b }.
tad inter tin \iews : of steering a thorough perfect no pieamble stating IIt.ly JOSIAh T. BAISDEN Sheriff II hburn. Saint !.
art verv in'rucin.' ; especially to the jounz, and better method can be tkvscd! than II org.nizalon., ( a general cy of II,e govern trier,tin otering l pre empln.nnglits ]I too place' on the 3d instant. has rule in the and tr officio/ Tn Cut Hamilton Co. for-47. ClarJ..l\to" Newman PM" j c.

illustrated of the tiewe meeting; for the di cu- ion of the subjects at issje. to actual settlers, : has teen invited, a!- jucces o/tbe Vhigs This gives t'lern: a Whig in April b, 1--4S. S3 ts Clark Jesse MCoher Owens Danl W' i t ; ,

are strikingly by many ex- Cut the cb:eftion I!'hat sa'h meetings are not gets.ralrnanv leBes, that many of' the good citizers ol tie State I the L. Senate, in j,la-e of NILE: democrat Conawav Mr* Elizabeth Oversfreet. Henry ,,, ;
kib;ted. An hour would be well sient in lis'enne sect'on are unrepresented The arru- hie not been enabled comply with thec any S Sale postponed fojirst Monday in JIay. Cason, Mr Eliza Neill. J(1 J .; t

c. the intelligent lecturer nent ca'rie with it b.it too little wflht Al re- nicalities of the preemption laws, wht-rc'iy l.ch.1 }-Tbe Hon HoRtie MA CX. Whi;, las been Tax Collector's Sale. Join F Parks. John G ; r
homes l he entered from x.oder Cain. I harffullerion I
all solicited to be are now subjected to I Rouse ..
; are |tirivileged. are repre.suted c'ected to Congress frrra the District t so long reprc- .
.IOI.. them bthe and in new thereof theResolutions TN of an Act of the General Assembly Fernonson Robf'rt..1'\atllanif'1 I
= ; and a f.iilure 0:(he put of any hows p'jinh I !?Iuhtnrl pursuance ,
ithlopn Sernaer no |"rcfercrce to ra'ifx! ', and a will t's to abide instruct the Snator. and request theRepresentative I ienteJ by the h't JOHN Qti>cv .\nA5ss. I of the State of lordo.entitltd Act to enforce Cleartnan, Thomas D Rowland. Nathaniel : t
Benejc for Washington Monument. I of the State tn I -- the ", a to be as- Davis W G M 3 Ravtles PatienceDaviabonWrnS 1 J. (
tlt Sr the derision ot her.Ye! cannot contl.c that in Congress> b procurethe ---- ---- ---- -- payment ; i

We have been requested to jive notice that the he will of the people is better consisted by the I passage of a law *. matting it the. duty of any To the Citizens of hassee. 'es 01 before entering any I privileges this Sate," approved January 4th, 1S45, Dickinson, Lewu. Rca, Dan! T *
Melodist* and Serenader have volunteered common method of anv and all persons, gifted with peion persons whatO.cr obedience '- Orjmance of the Coun. Jl ; r
:lgc the re1ii.ite vari'v: and a.biton, thrusting themselves tract. or pucc of the land le'onsirg! lo tine General In an City I hate levied up; n, and will expose for sale, to the Dillard.G W 2 Rran, Joseph '_ t
(give a Concert at the City Hotel this evening, fe- forward and akin f rscpi.n-t-the aspirants ( I Iving within the State of Florida, on ril cf Ta'lahas, I have the honor herewith to pre- iiuhest! bidder in Iror of tie Court House in Tal! Downing, Charles 2 finns Wb .. {

thtexclusite benefit of tie National therrseUe, in fact,,dictating, who shall be candi- which there may be lesidinz at the lure, an actual l ,I sent the Treasurer First Quarterly Report, showing bha"sef. on Monday, the third div of April next al Edwa'ds, Edm-ind 2 SinIetcnCTi ; !;

Jtfomrmen' Let it be a bjxpcr The gentlemen .!;tC! I IS bv no neans true that those possessed of settler or "settler, to rise such occupant <.r occupantsat : the Junou?< of di.'Jirienen and receipts of the the interest in rl1: and eiui'J of the Southern Bate!\E C 6 -held.?. John D r.

the Band Lave evinced a spirit the most in pushing their own claim", are I 't. months notice, in writing, of the intent Insurance and Trust C mpanJ. in hc. fcxlowing described Ely, F RExurn StandSIlIr.! SusatfStnrges 5'
composing c gener. the most capable acrant and most worthy of filling offices of !on to make such entry, to the ei d that tin* have city up to 1st .'prl, ititat.t' Bond and Mortgages. and other property, MathewFreeman ". Dan'l D f't

vttty and affection (or the memory of the Father of trust, and we l believe the flan ft permiring the an opportun of'securing H.tl homes" | Respectfully or so much thereof may or shall be necessary to W W Sweat, Ja* G .

fcu Country in thus tendering their services, which choice ol candidates to Ml upon those who first In reply I have to observejrrt-Tnat if tlu I'. H. I L\GG, Utendant Pay the amount of State and County Taxes, due by Franklin, Lausen D Scott. Pap'ist N .' ::
settler referred to not enabled to with i said for the 1546 and 1S47 togetherwith Fnrlow Newton / Smith A J e .
ought to be appreciated and rewarded bv an over- proffer I their !services, is as far from meet the are comply Company year .
the best the provisions of the preemption law, it is rant seen all co ts. viz : William Fisher' Bond for Forehan. Mi s Nancy S'Dith, Thoa. :
views of the I men" .
Cow in house This will be the last nigl.t of their people I securing Corporation of Tallahassee in account TnsKAR
; \\iiv. MX months no' t shculd be them, with tth $;,*I), secured by mortgagedated loth July! 1S39U Ferrel, Let'ia BHoyd. ?mjlh.l\Ir.1\farprtr t .' t'
performance,.and -". to have been for their own \\hat a continental is the latter portion of this a 'iew cifgiinc: them an ('[i(>(rtk.iitt an.tl if securingther >ARD, TreatvrerIMS II. Bradford Bond for SIO.O, secured by Col Robert JForrester. Thompson SmMh D C Ii.

benefit but they have magraiiimoush: de'ermin to paragraph upon the course of : C A BELL. Although i hrunis, which, it is confe"sdlhe* are unaf!'le to i Jan 4. To am't pd J. G Padrick, due him tn mortgage, tLteJ 1st August, 1:3?, on slaves and A J C Tompkins. Joseph :.

erte the proceeds *, above ,t.ted. brought oat bj a small caucixet he claimsto I! do l tv Un berond-If the land is in a situation to the market house. bat S" : land FnuntainWE Tompkin!. John W 4 "
be cratered; by a speccUtor-that is, land. subject to |I on : Wm. DUnIY'a Bond for S".300 secured by mcrt FiIZ t."u1dFneD1aDl' Ta IClrJolnL f : -
We have not the Concerts of the Me'.ciists : hate been a candidate of Ins own making Admit j' 4. In ttn't s. .. Gng for a horse, .
ate t it to I ; 0 dated 7th Au ., J39, on and land Forbes Ueslev Col E D
priecje entry- i* equal} open entry by It p hireof gage Ib.n. Tracer, .. .
To two
," but we are informed that their entire performance His to be true, and then apply' the remarks of thesshi heb 10. Gtrmany, boys Hunter'n BOP I for secured Fondren
settler. and II not no subject to private cnlr} it is I A. R S fcVJO, by John D Thompson, Noah H tilt'Gny. '
month 20
t C is of a character superior to any thing of ; I to vamtt and ambition," and "assurance." net seen how a specu'a'i! r could eniterthe same, unI. 10 To and J.keeping A.Fdmondson.buriciltsscpaupers one d.le. 0 mfrl gage, dated 3d At., !&J on slaves and.land. David 1'urbi'ille.iIIlMl D ,. .;

ws the kind ever exhibited in our citj. The band was The Sentinel should**.t permit such language with le-s La purchase at Public bale Third-If the'Ciller March 01 To anti paid difference in trade of 1 5 John D. Harlev's Bond fo S2.0' l.secured by mort- J S Tow nsen. Miss Margaret t.Gri5l1etre. t.
has with the the dated 20th Au 1S3 laos!. David M R tJ ". :'
so fa complied provi-icwjof ,i gage, ; ? on Graham 2 Wilhorn Torn ,
East Flori.b and reference to its beau-ideal of a man. hcrse = .
in Jacksonville, ,
F organized is emphatically great law: of 4th Vpt 1 )41.lbe exitinz prc-e>mpt ion lw.i'i :0 \>m. Tradewell's Bond for 4-.COO, secured by (7adsdenThomas Yalker, Elisha .. _
bill for 62
a c1oriz production Thev arc glo One great cause of complaint against democratic I as to enable him after the expiration of six i I 31 t To J. lUon's salary, 2 5 fc'J' raorfpase, dated 7th April, 1 1Sl0on slaves lIall.RnThosL! Wages.Jame '! f.

singers, god musicians,, and their Conceits are made Conventions hal been, that they did not fully: represent months referred lo, to secure his home," he willhave : Removing Refreshment nuilnce.of inspectors, 1 50 Alexander! Melter Bond. for feo.100, secured by lIo.1derne.i., Mrs E WideJunius'! Y ': :

t tpofa goodl) variety of musical piece*. anJ the people However unfounded this is, jet given the Register the recjw 1ite notice 01 his Road tooh, 2 hOGS 00 mortgae.l.ted I'th \u/ut. Ib39, enslaves and Holde/ness, Wm T 2 Walden Patsey "'

on to the time of their arrival in this city. hne'l received admit it, and hear what the Whig sats on this sub- setllenieat, and thus protected lluutll fro(Ihe. 31. To Marshal com on $200 paid in. 3 0 lnd. Hare Wm Walker. H II .1 .
interfering claim of another or (it is sjb-j Cole's! Bond for i,'XX), with mortgage, lhilllZobJ Watson. H T ; 5' .
with marked success and applause ject a to a Whig Convention. Speaking of the jed to private entry,") from theentrvof another : 31. ToTreauterdq.on $149 collected SO 5 dated 2Uth Dec ,1S41onlanad and slaves Hutchi-Rs, Abner Watson. Tbomll' ... : .

Con'.entioncoor. t. come cfl ID West Honda, this person, for the space of a year after hi. settlement J JPow.tSuch 31; To Clerk aDd.Tr.as1rel'.ulry. 1st qr. B5 0 T. R Betton's Donut! for *-l4O- vftth mortgage, Jones Miss Mart Wyal t.Miss Mary i i ;

Value of California. language 1 used : an enactme (operating on land ub- Ba'ance oo !: dated 2Jth .April, lM2onslavemjIescattIehogsand Jorden R.abuiJorden \\ ooten. Peter B !; &

entry, would hate an injurious i1ecltapes f annual of cotton and corn R AJovner. 2 Wood Oliver
J"rI private crops
From the Hon WADDT THOMPSONS late .Should portion of the district, however fail $ln;; 60 ;
\or\ aiiv the pubic: interest in reference, lo the ull cf 'I S.mae U" Brown' Bond fo' .0. secured by James >' WaIi,. J J .t t
to send a entation, ytt no injustice' cn be $
entitled" Recollections cf Mexico, the following rep such land, inasmuch as this ullce. to protect such I mortgage, on land Kin sl'y, .A .V. Wallace John .i 1
done for the failure shuns local interest at sake ;
ert'ict is taken there is a reliance to be placed : ; seller would have to !a ;general rule that | 1 14>'!. CR. Connei's Bond for I'Lwl '0.secured by inert- Killebrew,John JLafToon. MirAdahine k
I arid farther-a confidence in the good faith of the 149
such [land could be entered until after Jan 10 amT received f for licenses, 0 land and ,lares ; William 2 Willis Joab .
this California is of the finest no by any one j i II gUI 00 Henry or s s 1
oa testimony, one : Contention and a willingness to abide bv its decisions !
they had satisfied the land officers that no person was 10. Ky am't rtcejP lor la\es for 1S47, :200 0 Ceo F. Dennn Bond for SIt,m,secured bv mortgage Long. Rev Thos Sobmson ,
countriesen tee globe The advantages the com The charge ot fraud cannot lie against a settled thereon or if they were, that six month notice 10. L'y am'l boise at auction, IS on slaves and land ALSO-I large Iron SVe! ... Persons caTirg! for any of the arcre lettenf &
for aright tested the debut:
linn are unequalled: : boy those to whom holding it was by o had been given such person a novel and cum 1 Paper Case, 1 Table. 2 large Writing Desks, 1 will please say thev. are adertised."* 'o ,

"To say nothing of other hatbors in California, prolered. brous feature in the land system, wl ucla is iiova- $307: f large Book Cast, half dozen Chairs, &c AI. NASH, P.; M._ t

that of San Francisco is capacious enough for the Yet under circumstances assumed b% the Sentinel toided bv (that simple process of the r.re-einrtu A. A. FIShIER, Sb'tT., April 1.1S49. 37_It_:

-nlel of the world, and its chores are covered with !o be like those here supposed it trade tanou law, which requires from the settler a notice of his April I. Ba'ance on hand 'c t : And ex-officio Tax Col. Leon Co.

enough timber (a species of the live oak) to build charges of fraud, cheating, &.c,,-egain-t the C">nten- claim E r. ThOMAS B.R\RD. TreanrerOf Mar'1,11. 1SS5. 31-4- Spring and Summer Goods. .
these If ak Mt therefore that the law in RECEIVING ROM NEW 10RK
navies man were to of a climate, opinion is question XJOW p
he would ask just such a one a. that Gu ef alifnrnia.if ions of our parfv There must hate come a grea' no tar as I understand it from I the Prtainble and Ursulution S this amount f 15 50-103 is -rir. Notice. 1 1 Balzarmes! Bareges. .i

I he bad ever been there There tt no portion ol. change over the spirit of tl.e WI lug*, or eUe they would not only tt useless, so far. as the l t- ---- -.-- -- -- --- 'T'lIE. Buhfcnber. would inform his friends and customers Printed Jaconets, Fancv Lawns; ..

car r-etern country hich produce all I the grains convict Ibem.eH. cf opposition to our doings i tiers are concerned, but injurious .lo b"net applicants: H7ST.IRS BALSJ (j WJLI CHERRY, JL and the public in central that. he is not Organdies,Ginghams Cambric/ e

: all I have been told bv more than one |"erson, brought the merest and most factious motives;. Tin for the purchase of'the public domain the great remedy for responsible for any Wood Work, Tiimmir and Needle Worked Collars,

: 01 wbo I entirely. relied, that they had known i. unless that which for them \\ ith great respect Painting done by F Payne M he ha* nothing to lo Ladies Colored Kid Gloves ; *;
I I 1', whole field! to produce-a quantitv 1 incredible ine\itbl. i* right Your n'lediert !servant ,CO ::S U 1P ION, with him further than when jrcrpcsted to end the Genll'raens Linen and Lisle do. .. t t1

.1 j that:I will not state ItTne whole face of the coun- was wrong for us RICHARD .1. OU.NG. And the best nvedicie knt.wn to man for Iron-work to iuas fchop Persons wislung \Votd- lush Linens, and Fancy Linen Drill,* :* $ r;

j try is covered with the fntt oats, growing wild, The paper from which we quote ss, that it be- Comxria.ioner. Asthma of every aig., Liter Cumplinl. rondliti" work, Paintin?. sod Trimming d.ne l hy me, wil Marseilles ings, L

f i 1 I 'ojar. rice, and cotton, th.n' I their own con- here. Convention to be the" roost (.ir. honest and Hon: J. D. WISTCOTT.Stoate I nflien/a., Coughs Cold bleeding of the please send their Work to my shop. at the old Marseilles Qutlf:,
f 1 paid climate Be,idt all these, the richest minI United Slates : and not to Mr Pavne's Thankful for paT patron- .1usquitoNetting, 3 "S
mode of
| of goM and silver have been discovered there ; and righteous e\pte *ing tl.t .oplls will Lungs, S"ortIN' of Breath pains and respectfullv solicits a continuance. Work done Leghorn and P L. Hat, ?

t tbe pur fid,eriee have ahravs been sources of the l\ehope, I hen, that when democrats htreaflr t think CO- C Anns M. CLAT-"hOe 1 cannot weaknc in the side, breast, &c., :and a al i rea'or>able in price, and as good a can be dote Light Verora1 and Madras Handkerchief.* a'

profits; and more than these there are the proper to convene such a body, there will be fewer testimony ether diseases (If th* tnvwhere in the State Linen Cambric and Pongee do.Coats' .
r. he disputed by the CLAY whig ,as be was their :l '
rr.trkr'.s of India an Cbma. with nothing irterveniagbut trades azainst them about it. should not be fcrptten 'ni PULMOUOIIGXS.. :April I. lsH. 37 4t II II. BERRY Spec Cotton ;q -
f the calm stormlen Pacific ocean." l special emissary from Kentuck to help Mr CLAYin GEO H MEGINNISS.

1 Of cn> policy toward acqnu'ing to valuable a the holdinofConventions., either that the Sentinel Tbe people is now are advising desired the torlh in IbU. njr. b) the TAJ LOR wings, as A very important disease. ever ".lli(1 this .Bal- Wakulla Springs March 2*. IS43_3rt_ 4t_-__, .

.be : lie is an ardent TAYLOR mal now, and was a member lam" exert a very powerful influence, is that of a New Goo&r...SpringTrade
tout S'S to note these facts Opportunity shall b afToidec LIVER. MALE AND FEMALE ACADEMY / ,
"I not what ii our policy in recard to Cal- of the late \V big State Convention of Kentuckymade DISEASED
wil say
f them to see plainly how it shifts about occasion '
Perhaps it is. that it remain in the Land: a the following candid avowalrt the futility In thu complaint it has undouMedlv proved more NEWPORT, WAKULLA COUNTY :F. BURNEVTl I '

[ of a weak power like Mexico, and that-all the ttan- requires. that they may judge hon sincere the leaders the charge against Mr. POLK that the march.to ;(he I efficacious ,haLl any remedy hitherto employed.arid subscriber respectful! informs the public OULD return thanks to the public and count r/ .

>, time But powers may have the advantage of its ports (the wings have been in denouncing the conduct Rio[ Grande was the cause of the war with Mexico : i.1 numerous instances when Client* bad endured Tilt he has opened the above Institution, in V 'v planters generally, for I he past liberal paJron- ,

i twenty one thing I wil say-that it will be worth a itt ,uri democrats.. Though a Whig, I d Ie net stand here as.a pili. I long severe .ut ring from the disease, without "hichi all the branches pertaining to a liberal education age he has received (corn them, and respectfully re>
acquiring -
o. years prevent England ; ant be The Institution will remainin '
will taught. of the
continuance 1 have .
a just
quest same. re-
I with the freedom of 1 benefit from various *em-dies,
zan history least
w&icn I hare the best reason for belief she de's'.tp .tal speak the
: Most illalitouf. receiving session until the first day of November next, in ceiv tt.por Wareallar,from New Yorka GENERAL
i ', du, and just a good reason (or believing have no sympathy with the late outcry uatnt J'retiJent and when MERCURY has been resorted to in vain, order that parents who visit the Spring with., iLeu ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, which call and examine (. ;
I .be M'm do if with this \ hate received from the Saxon" Polk on this tear I SHALL DO ,
not it, it cos's a war Anglo a
t \ a.IJinginl the use of this Balsam has restored the LIVER to a families may hate an opportunity of educating their for yourselves. a ;ji
Clr. I am not one newspaper printed in New Voik a slip stating that THE (ITCI TOSVTHT if ALL in instance effected children and at the same time enjoy the advantages March 25. 1S43 36 .
MEXICO I action, mauj _
ctbo who have a rabid craving for more territory ; NE.EI HEARD 1'HI FIRST MAX ALLEGE healthy breeze and mineral water. 1
the fear of God .of4he.es
not having
Nthe contrary, I belies that we have enough I I"Mr ome person or persons THE MARCH OF GEN TATLOR TO THE RlO GR,*"ME, PERMANENT CURES The 'terms are a* follow per session of 3 month. : Spring and Summer Go Js. rBEi&i'i
of and the statute In such cases made and provided be- A5JV5T CACSL 0 OFFENCE, OR or THE \V .
DO great people who have not been crowded
after known remedy Lad failed to produce thiM Preparatory Department, which embrace Reading,
i it0 I small space: the Egyptians, the Romans, theC'wks. ore.their etes," entered the office of the "Saxon" every Spell ins. Writing and Authmetic, .; Oil

and another | ople who Lave exercnerl aPnter and delibera'elv! stole their tulmrtiol book, bj l>a nd |ii Arkansas. desiredett't.: Advanced English sludus. 9 00 ,

_influence upon man aid h* deitinr tl.an; all which of tillainv I the subscriber lo that The following letter.appeared in the Indtanna State Chides. its astonishing efficacy in tr'c diseases a- Do. with the Clajsici 1200Do ARE now receiving a large I and general assort '
ter the Jews and oar own time, the Enlash. ;- piece paper bove mentioned we also find it a very effectual re- wi'h.tlie French, 13 tj of of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS 4
will be4eprited of their.. weekly treat Sentinel, published at :
of the
which the
Idlanipli. to they invite attention public.
u"otnr meaty in ASTHMA, a complaint: in which it has Book-keeping Bennet' f)itt:1. 10 WJSteni g
SS until other arrangements can l I.e made. Thin is one .A gentleman of city. dllrou, of changinghis rraphv, 10 OU March 25, IS4S. 3G g: ji

"I want no tore territory fir we have already of the mo't atrocious: bbene5 on "e oid, and we re.inenct wrote a letno; the Auditor of Stale been extensivelt used with decided sUCCeSS, even in Evening classes w.m! be opened fo- the instructionof Domestics VcIOTTON >
much. If I were tu make .. fur the Stale of in relation to the Itandi ,
an '(tpt[ Ion to this proposition cat of year ,! ( Ladies and Gentlemen in the French language,
mark., it would be to submit it to editors of the 0 Snol' and the judicial State donate
acquire of that to land to actual settler OSNABURGS.
Ci1iforuia. but
II'fl not only! emanates from a regular physician, who may with to study! that polite lan ua e.usrders''ill .
Pve to tee that countr York whether the thief thieves, received the f I Yarn from the best Southern Factories
pace into the tribunals New or He llowinq reply : well tested in all the complaints fur be received into the (family cf the ._-/ Cotton ;
"jUnd, or any other of the ge.t povter" ass punishment for the crime, ought not tube cm- AUDITOR. OI.TICE Little Rock Ark., ) has also %been Principal at st t: per month washing included. Brown Shirtings, Sheetings,ic.Sjper ;
Mr. THOMMOM October .T, I Hi. which it is recommended I i is not my intention, Coitonades, c;.
Thojgh that he has 3SiRrYour
tel. us the pelted to collect the uftcriptwnt vtcmav be dueon 'lheoun4 Lidies will be under the superintendence -
letter of the 19th i irKt. has been te- therefore, either to cloak it in intstcry, or in anyway Blue Drills, ,.
-t ru'ns'tr knomiag'Enjland: is desirous of get- the abstracted bookV know this would beasking uf Mrs. Wilkun .
I andour who Blue Denim .
wou friends
ad.ice jou
its virtues $
Lei.r. deceive the public by overrating : on \V WILSON.. Principal.
Cposseuion of California, and that it would b the Hid clion of a punishment not known to come to Arkansas, to come try water t Lit : 37 Also, St Louis City Mills Flour, (warranted ,
**tb a to her from R.tck.uu then t.be lands the contrary I shall simply endeavor to give a brief Newport, Arrill.1s.&S. Brass! and Hair Sieves
t"enI11ur'* war prerent doing the lawn, but would it not have a tendency to deter tie can "pirk C1 lIon

19.; jet be still plants himself: on CLAT' LexT others from the like enormities ? We which to settle, and obtain at this office donation statement of iu usefulness, and Matter myself that Attachment.In -I/jrilanf and Mrs Miller's Scotch Snuff, I?
perpetrating deed fur the lands A man can get a !opati.of .its surprising eficary "i enable u e to furnish su,'h Bro'?n and While Bar Soap,etc etc.
O platform of no more territory and no indcm- pause for a reply. acres for himself: and IGJforrach one'of his virtues will the incrednlou Justice Court for Iht 2J Dull,' of Leon tiimty.Dan Fbf sale at he lowest prices by a ?
lii of its satisfy most -
City when there i* reason for believinj that Eng- children There is plenty of land to be donated for proof I er D'. Fisher. Agent for \Villum E. Fisher, CEO H. MEGINNISS.

!a would bare had her hand on California ere this More Tr Uauul all the settler jou may Inn? with you. !. that Consumption may :lt .CAN BE CURED '.. ,_ March 2S. ISIS. 35 4t f. 'a
htjorth. Our climate is mild and delightful A farmer can ," if this medicine be retorted 4'"o in time. Torn Wtlborn.
'ur. The is from
following an extract a letter written t.
work almost every day during the winter In many For ale by E nARNARD. Jr., Druggist, TaUa- defendant and all a titers are hereby notified of jVotice.A .

by Col. SAMCEL BLACK, of the 2d Pennsylvania parts of the Stale, a man may raise .many cattle and by DAN'IEL L.ADD, Newpoil Fia.S rUE commencement of this suit, returnable to a W.. | rVoii/having cUimj ajaTnJt tSe estate elf '

Aa 1'eU.M.e Regiment to a Senator of the United State, and is and other stock a he can obtain, without feedmj ha.e. Justices Court to be held at Tallahassee on the 12th rKiCbarf, H Crowett, laCe .f Waknlla County

: exclnnge eontail'lle lolowir.: anecdote cfj dated them in winter or rummer, as they find abundance of day \if! June next, and to appt'ar and plead to the dec'dZ tre rrqseihed, t o ferent ?hem. duty an thenticaled. -*

|j:1h and Ready. 'I is deliberately told and CITY 0 Mixacorchruary 12, 1S49. food in the woods and prairies. EOWAKD .W 1 CST, sime Given under mv hand acd seal, this 31il wi\hnp the ficie prescribed by law, or they

tf every body bound to believe it V&'ry respectfully! our nbdt.servant, Notary Public, March A. D. 1.49. will be barieJ those indebted to the e'statr.are'
i : The treaty! of Guadalupe, it was uni'ernU. belirved. E.: N. CON WAV. Auditor ,f State. EDWARD M WEST [SEAL ] ear nesUy requested to make Immediate risent. .

'tlr Ta.Ir.A, great many anecdote have been would be ratified by Mexico tote N. R. Our taxes are ril. and *.ur currency ni T.fLLfI.fSSEE. j'LOIlD.f."pri1 Justice of the Peace HARRIET CROWELU'lVecutrix.Newport : 5

enersl Tailor of his rrmuk..le cool- of the United Slates Houst of Representativescondemning crops hare bun very t hi, year, and it is 15. I 1843 39 April 1. IS Ug, 37 3m Apral I, IS4J. 37 2in
h15 .I&J on lh Geld of batlei tol-! the tear teat received, and with it newt most favorable period (or person (come and settle ,- 5

*' JIOfthnlwel"rourljouri in advance of that the ten regiment bill wa pot likely to pass in Arkansas Horses for Sale. Family for Sales WoticV.
Ct-! : "The General is in the of' that bill bad pasted by a vote, and the Wagons .
S haltt I If de.de HORSES for sale, that work *
LL creditor -entitled
:1.1" in the beat bad approvedor I am address Daltimoreans.but I find .TWO coo TUST.received two bandsom FAMILY. : A persons legatees re
the alirrur. Wel. war Mn cndemne persuaded 0 I came here to i double or single harneM J R. H. WHITING 1. distribution or otherwise interested in the ej.
eQa \ saw a would .. agreed to almost that llackguardi hare tbe sway" ..Apply to R. II WHITING. Apply to
Cle sat _ At the Tin tale -ot Andersop Snaed, I I.te, of JeDVr iican biklIC towards him, from one of the treaty our part We have power to : 39 At the Tin Manufactorr March 23,194"35 .Mannfactory.BnggiejT 5
with: terrific any pr..pt : This was tbe language of the Hon. REVERDT April 5,19 deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit fneir cl.imi
*peed-Rough and tbe to any ._ *
enforce accept
at dp"IO and detnnd within two from (bis/dale to the
rie '* moment with Ire "du- terms. The rej on u _. ir nationality', HNtojc.who was attempting to address meting Sea Island Cotton Seed T for Sale. underpinned or Ibe Mine yean will be barret and all ;

: e m1! ascertained. nbamatie was in the very ''aiticle of death, and they were ofT A YLJIU at Baltimore,on the 30th ult but was BUSHELS SUPERIOR SEA COTOU received foarhandjoine Leather Top BUG. }erf OIM indebted to said estate are reqveeted to make
'. it Kf\
e4st4..st I. But ,at,the wD1d i willing to do anytbin.shOst of* national-duhonor, listed and ,dIe(torn the stand by tbe CLAY men TON SEED, from for sale by I JUST made .eitpreuly for this market. Applyto mmediafe payment tn
same N breath of life. Ct.iuo
"Ibe rattle" and retain .be -
til ltth to WILLIAM SNEED
stop H. Adn'r.Jeffitraon .
with Attendance. Tbe whole meeting was a palpable LADD. R. WHITING. ,
: : be
could avoid
litl Their defeated and Ii.pn-Ibeirr( if March 1. Vhrcb 25,1S18. 3d At the Tin Manufactory. County,'March 18, 1545. *m
&fp.t ,
S' ilia pear patience aati 1" g aad-Mvuter and fjnd disfracefnl failure. Several .pukn' had at Newport, 18. ,

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it: 'T.% ;i' ---- do it Bishop! -, wine !i. a Dloker.i. Spices, -Pickles- .&c. U. S. MAIL LINE Boot Q. -MakI g. STEAMJm GLAlGO".'. -

I'K- a glaM Brand/, then. T TN DER WOOD'S pickled Girkin,. Maogces. OnU THEanter.ird.huins purchased

:I ::I: }. Ictt tad do it Bishop, strong drink ia ra. ions and mixed Pklf; pickled Llttra. i : who i i. about leaving' of the LOAF Stale
lut and Tomato Ketchups, Capers, -
\ .' '! of Olivf respectfully iulorms his friend and the I
; 1 that he is at at the old stand wheie
public present
< time the becoming iome- JAMES
Gooseberries and Currants in boll leu TUCKER
::1J::, t : NO. 2O-A and ahol remarked to Air. fresh l\on. he i is prepared to exrcu'e all work in his line with M.unz.
had and Halibut in canisters Powder and"ayenre HIS
urMJert'gned 11,1
i the \ Curry Tallahassee to Macon. promptness and despatch. He has on hand 'he finest T himself of thu.
k'f f '; Rrandy Cherries Preferred Currant From
informing the
: Ginger. public that c.o..f
: ending the of calf ,skins and all noils of materials, and will the flew _
, .j-i; ';1 aclbir, i p 'S the decanter to the gentleman Jelly Macarror.i, Vermicilli.dried! Russia and Arner- Throvf.h in forty-tiro hours from Taltahattet tt make at short notice, and in ihe best manner GENTLEMEN'S GLASGOW n no* performing her rf'J'llar ox.."
lush Moss Currants trip
can hin'ts Prunes the Suwannee Hirer between ,
. ". :.. ( you 1" Macon, audio Charlctlmin three day, ROOTS ANSIIOr..sn, eveiy descrip Columbus and Cf
. ,t tentatiets I can't da that : wo unto him mc Citreil.Nulm"l. in timt lo take Fee Mall Boat on tion. Boots' fooled soled! ,and' otherwise repaired in Key*. This boat i* strongly built or the beet
Bishop .
t Ginger, Cinnamon. and iliaf..rialt
J ,. Al.pi( .'.orth the fourth day. and reasonable charzes. lie will propelled by two engine,
good *lyle at war. 'nd
t ; Congress
.Jl hii ; Cloves, Sate. and taptb.
: the bottle! to neighbor Ilians Savory carrying one hundred "f
.mil. tons
...!. t rid the same : : T1HESla:e will leave Tallahassee on Mondays. rant his work to be equal to any done in the place, burthen. cr 400 bait
Orange Row
; sweet ,
in ."| F.1nr &Pflch wa'ers. JL at 4 ocl'>ck, A. M cotton with suitable! acccinmodationi tl
.s ficiencies ch Wednesdaysand Fridays arid to give as good satisfaction as to fitting as any fo, forty
of Rose Vanilla.Forsileby .
extract '
"i t. thee mental condition Maconvia Bainlt.id Nf't"n. \'. senger. of light draft but ,. -plt
':'" fi year \:\ peculiar LEWIS A.MhS.DecemVr and arrive in ( Quincy e. other workman. enabling H"nl \
huidred and & Americu, and Perry) on Tuesday. JOHN LERCH.Msv8. eswater.lhereby her to
: state oftlie Huh op, at this stage o\: J. 1 1517. CO Albany rtrrorm bee ;
.r For pay of Thursdays. and Saturdays! at 10 o'clock. P. M in 1t7. 43 tf regularly at all seasons of the yea bttweta trip
the saith; Colull
I.: 4 Fiitti 's, deponent not. Fine Perfumes, time bribe cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon onIondall bits and Cedlr Key.leafing Columbus every Ter.s:

light house French Government, on receiving the Wednesdays and Fridays at 4 o'clock. A NEW GOODS. DAY mornln< at o'clock. A. M. and Ctdu I
( From the tlannfarory! Lubin, Paris.: Tallahassee Thinsda every morning.. Should '
a""m. frum Iiincc Louis; Napoleon gently ad..i o M.and arriving on Tuesday .uff.cie:1t P.I

..: forty-eight, to return to which: he ac. I-IEDYOS Ir1flitropt.! Jockey Club Rose Ge. **, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clork, P. M This line subscribers would call the attention of the aRe her \1.( extended(. or the! interests of Ibipprn i1ir:

il .;: Diaety-four l.oUlI Mil"tltur,, Patchouly, Miguionette,, connects with Ih Central Rail Road.Savannah. THE to the choice and extensive assortmentof to pcr rn acquire two per week the Ilropri..or.
Iy ; Ambrosia .',i of and Western Rail Road to Co. will cheerfully in, and ,
For extra cl! ", Ar il. Uer. de la Reine,, gust Millfdgerillo Irate the
1 GOODS WaVnlla: and
now receiving Brigs
j. F Vanilla Violet I> Ga. It also connects with .the Mail Line per change,or add another new boat to the
: Vervain ,
: .t/j cres ol bu --- ---- Eglantine rgamoltc, Itmbus, Emeline. Their stock has been selected, with care, line or l like
I f. Navy, : To Florida Baptists. Marrncnn and ess. Bouquet from Quincy ti> Chaltahoochie and thence to Apa. capacity! to the one now employed.) A j soon'licable
-s. : from the most fashionable establishment in New prac.
.,,., dattass.I AUo. Glmn's Ashland Perfume, and Preston hchicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to this boat will extend her trip Zi
. ICLE.'I"lt.Y Ih.
& York and, having b.-en purchased at reduced prices., s.
\ CtRO ; river to I the
I I. l For salary Mern.Ps Extract of Frssrant: Flof. Columbus in three day, and but one nithl"ill be wannee Upper Springs, and also
: \ : PERIoriCAL. DrvOTED TO they arc enabled to furnish their customers at pricnrropor.ionoAtely II? ttt,
.' '. nriJ., Commeitial and The Iruo Farina Ce.leune-aIso the French and spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. Wilhlacooehierirer.
; t Sect low. Their
; rice. .
and JlatI/T Anencan. Lavndrand t as-juredthat attention will The under isn hundred Florida Waters. Ray Rum The public may re' every date that h.cthcis
:; *. .g." .. hundred and in N.Grltra/OIKI.IS; Intelligence, tder I the Editorial: care of and Aua de la I.inl.lne: Cosmetics, rich Pomades,. hr paid to the comtort cf (hose who may patronize READY} MADS: CLOTHINGi ] proprietors' of this boat hare availed il a"

.. .: ". hindrcd and 1.I A. M. Slair-oils aiid H.ir.hel. Shaving! and Toilet Soaps, this Line. i ot the best of ma'erials.: aid b'ill! manufactured selves of lit) prc.j4inn. of anactenfitied.'A.i??."
\VM. C. .
two nLc.- for aid coarse Combs, I Trushes for I the Head. Teeth, FARE: directly under! the of Mr. Stillman. all improve the narration; and to navigate the SQ.
: a'\um. the editor of the eye
of I
j ., lars and \ long hC"1 I h. Nails and Fle"h. A superior article cf Clil rrtI, FromT-lUhassre to fJinnev.g-2 50: to Bainbridge, fear of shnp-ir-ork is thereby precluded) and persons nee river arid for ether purposes therein ttenlio.IV
well! the of all
, ; !:i: For uhr. : a* as that the(OII'ICtll ot our in pots. For sale hy LEWIS &\fr. C5 ; 1 to Alb.nv.fl: I II. and to Macon, <*2>. purchasing: may rely upon gelling an article well enacted al the last session of the Lrzi.lalu. of Ih!

I .r :: southern ( .. lliplists cause religion December-, IS 17. 20 WRIGHT & SAWYER Pronmtrri.Rv made. Among the articles comprising their State of Florida ; that they have recently Itr Ulfzt4
: m.re rlhcient support from the publi their company pursuant t) the "
, .. JO1. VARN, A.cent. provision s,.(said
.. .uch.. a denominational newspaper in New Or BULL & PRATORIUS fXJOffire at the Planter' lintel Tallahassee. FALL .l.VD WL\TER STOCK uru'er! the name and style' .,f the Florida State| IDt a .

: ..l: -I huiJied d from almost. any other agency that can E. hAl I !UV.ent ; at Maj. NATHANS, in Quincy. maybe found the following: real [improvement and Steam Navigation ,:
i Many hase: expressed a drt jre to see the corner store nndrr the Srnlincl Office and '> Elk The CnpJn'y"ill soon ceampiete rranS '
tt44 thim-two .4 July 17, l- 47. 5 French Cloth. Frock and! Dn-ss Coats, nia.-k. f heir .
i .i. For thereand. have avowed their \\ilingnessf! opposite the Phcenii EuilJin, Brown and (Invi Green Castor r I'envrr Sack, SaaGotha. of "hii' due notice will be given for *

, .1 .." : chives in } both by money ai.d hy personal ;exer Mixt Tweeds and fancy cold Cassimer doPrllot Cotton awl other product of the country, 5"2f
I. ''I"'-1 hundred and ilsup|>oit ; but no person hai, hitherto, ARE NOW OPENING( a choice and well I selected! DR. J. REESE'S and Blanket Overcoat. .V.c. Heavy Pil.! I liberal cash advance. upon all property .

j L :t } vided. That ready to undertake the responsibility and ( r'' of CLOTHS, ( SSI.ILn VESTINGSand LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. and Beaver Cloth Overcoat, and Cloaks of fine Rlk I when required As soon aj practicable a lit, .t
{. USor ot publication. The time 'for its I ( READY-MADE The suitable packets will be established
.':. ei bee: I great and Blue Cloth. Pantaloon fli f Black French Cassuner. I by the CoaBu
J J'' has, at length, arrived ; and the Kan. t care and taste bestowed ii; I ho selection! of these K'HX!* between Cedar Keand New
B'k Ribbed do. York
Plaid Check &
: .: appointment "PERSONS of feeble constitutions and thoie of seL fancy Stripeddo. and New ft
;'. : especially: in the South-we i is I warrant them in saymir to all who with |t" purch.t and leans for the of
J shILbe, and dentary habits. are often troubled with habitual ; also, Twerd. Sal met I Jf'JQilh. .s.c."E'fS conveyance freicht and paMr
.'! ;!. : ." after the & on t(fjs'zm, a paper whose nnd object Kood buainl. you will io well to (.11 aid examiiie cO'ili\ nu.: which cften exerts a very unfavorable of Black and Farcy Satin. Striped and Plaid Silks, thereby securing to all its patron, a safe and
*( I and I the maintenance of true reli .ur stnck. (It would be a meat lax on time and dniou-. mode of I
'j Jiiu I right ; anin patience influence upon theirtreuerai ht-allliwhich is ;particularly Velvets Plaid: Cahmcr and Valencia: Plaid Silk importation of their ,
I i *?%.. the .\a.y:! of the !Ji"41-.ipli.i to enumerate Ihe different! styles!aid pvt'erns liunile>trd l-y irregularity ru.t 'total loss of Mazurkas' &c. &'. eithei market as well a* return cargo to propny its pl
Se.reta. surely: need !> the impor irg this assortment milice it de "
** : compo : lo that !inati..n. The
a r-rei of
, .l. ; say appette. In this condition of the system, this article They have also an extensive assortment of Cloths.Cassimer I transportation mil ,
t ;* .' \ ., l the absolute necessity in religious I I f>ortiou ol tiese! cloths and ca.sirners. are ofaslit's instance exceed those here'ofore ?
i : i State of Urt- is confidently recommended with the assurance and Vesfinz utiminutaotureJ. cnn.i'iliniin charred cr allotW
*' f\ ..% the Unite vi< '. ot having denominational. paper nou"III .str(' and the that if IhediHC is properly adjusted' so as rot to pa't of: Superior French Black and Wool Dye t for like service,. but a material reduction of iJs
this) the of the south.
article of
J. their I
ci'y stock
..: expenses .in emporium every is of a style and ijujlitv i more the bowels too actively, relief rna be relied, Cloths, do. English 1 do. do. do., p>sfl-sh Blue and rites i* contemplated at an early period. sooTw
..:: ril and other | '. I liid1.en.1entyulthe! Lenfl.all which that will please the most ''hlidi"u.! I upon without any or even the least unpleasant con- I Invisible Green W,w.l D\e do., Black Reiver at'dCa3tnr I the increase of business shall arrant such reductioT;
; to tl.c itself, hoe the would
.: and repairing: city ,\ nee They mention that t th,.. CLOThS are of sequences re ull ill<: from the use of common do., French Black Ca"simcr. do. Ribbed d!<.. The factlitie*offered to parties of pleasure and )%
r ,a! :: and twenty religious: inlluonce which ran brought the fine t texture, the l>c.t Courlisli: wool) dee, Frenchssod i'i j live nifd.cmej usually! resorted to.Persenasubject purga- i cm-?,., Fancy Plaid and Striped ,!t. of the latest and to visit the Kes,, at all seasons of the Tear.on/I,
n it. none will deny, the advantages ac- dye black.Jo. C imrrI omlon
t. the fixed ; wool|,dye Mack j to Bilious Cholic may rely on the I most fashionable) styles ; VESTINGS I of Riarfc and the moot healthy and de.irable! retreat for iriTiIiJ.
l.iblihment .
the cf
the l'apt: : cause do. Cass., French and
.' :- Ljk and also all (, in fron where black colh ,d\ CbS. I preventive properties of this medicine by IMIIIJ it on Fancy Plaid Satins, do. d.,. Silk, Silk and Woollen and other in the State, and the beautiful and tta* .
a city intelligence French fanes Ca .iiners.VESTINGS I
.i- two thousand ( paper. > t the first intimalionof an approachingattack. There I Velvets, Cashmere! and Valencia! Vesting of Rich tic Scenery of the Suwannee will it i.mrposed
7- For one .! I read.Iy obtained, and from which I of fine black Satin' fine plaid Satin. I' are some constitution luh'e: to regular attack. ofBillioiu Velvet Plush} .ic'vc.ALSO I inducements to many to avail themselves soBl.iZ
J" :; more easily than (mom any I Silk, Woollen
fh.serinal.d YdCbhmfr.1 and ant an excursion.
s ulary. at ix Polkanet Fever almost every tall ; to such the ue of I AN ASSORTMENT OF
would be I
in lth, incalcul.I" i Cerro Gor In and Ctcrmbuco, Monterey I This
.i esenseeIor rhtkc.d. I thii medicine is commended, to I Company, having they believe
I r beginning use it made tfl
; side Hatnnd
dred and Mse.sippi on the one Gul I I READY MAIE CLOTI IINC Superior Fine blk. Capspfon'trty/Urn.' and Hlcach'd. Cotton icqui.ite' arrangements for the
of orfir-t June.
the middle of
,. 4 '' the other. New Orleans French dress and rock by May Linen and Cotton Shirts \ conremence and u.
I' l : possesses ( c.'a", do. English wool ils! L'ndershirts. commodatjon of the
For e public
:"; six mouths, !for communicating with every large | th. il Ii) French Ci".imor Sick Coats Doe-tl.ia d. I Those whospiligcslne I i TRans' are feeble often expenence I Bik Hal. Silk Cravat. <":ilk* and Merinoilo. age. they tolicitit, j>atroa<
of 'fullness, eiuht and I
I :'i United State.. and I Icr obtaining! an early | black and fancy cloth Sack mixed doe-skin a sense oppression Fancy S Lt d1Lirs. opera the stomach al'ler eatin will find r"fico'a"'PP'J' to A'
I about this mcdi.I
: sr.D. ?.
:. For of every important movement which may- ; coat, black. heavtrrloth. sick and O'cr-Ioat., black Rich Fancy S.itia and S Utiderfthirl! SMITH & Co, Columbus Messrs.
. :. ; Ii5'.it at.Sand within its boundaries than, perhaps any' 'i CII"k,. Pttntatoontxf fine black Ca-Mmt r.mwhum! !" cine afford almost immediate ulitf. Plain do ScarfsBrownCotton and Cotton- I RIS. Madison MessM. PUTNAM SMITH 4. HAR
.:, the Union. Situated in the ceictriof Lidie near their confinement often suffer from Lind Hhks. fc RICHARDS.
i in a sreat variety of fancy Cas.imer : 'it the Jenny | ?de Drawer, Cedar the
Keys to
destroved co. panic or undersivned.!
,.: c.unl', of winch it i is the com latest style. VI..t, of very dtvnption. heartburn and costiveness : to .uch this article i iI isI Bik. "White and Col'd ICid Gum ElaStic Suspenders.Cloves .
Fur Military
: I '" and I Ihruughout which its peri. flo.ie-y highly recommendi/d as it can be used without theliact /Merino and Cotton Half. TUCKER
.;, ( i Trimmings ", Shirts, Gloves, ,
Crnt".ItI. dan and lib irreal benefit. In sick other,.
j rr v\ cr nerv i ProprietoM.
. : I freely .ire"LId. it must impart more or adjustinir Stocks! SupcnrtPr. : Hose -
: r and a half j I' :10: er\thing oils headache it is invaluable! Columbus Florida. January 22. 15U3. 73 ].
:* .* |j own tone and character. How connected with a gentleman's outfit. Patent Leather Shoes
necessary Umbrellas. Belts
and fifteen
I Money ,
4 .c I This atticl111 bi found to act
as snnt
cordial -
. i
that some salutary influence shot Id pro H. P. are rrepared to all
: i : ( exerule orders accord! t Shoulder Braces, .c. ic.
: t. v Clalln this cre.it to correct, far I ing the latest awl tonic restoring the appetite, and at the Jefferson Circuit Court
*. lection I city a as possi to and mist approved elsIe". CLARK St STILLMAN.
.t which it (!hs>eTr.ii>aU'i. N. R Rv lit- next to receiv I ,same time fulfilling every' intention that the common October 1S17. IN CHANCERY.
:> ., the public : I ; :ri"lVc expect intended toePV-ct. Il 23. 14
I" it is hop d, are convinced of the ne THE REMAINDER. P'lrzatirc are purely rrg-
deed and and when used according to the directions William Eailey, Adm'r. de bonis non of John
: nettle Bel
obtaining a firm foothold n New Oilcan. I' October H;, 1M7. )13
: For c. : %'tJ S. > ]JLWORTH l laiCy, deceased
oppose a ban ier I,) the progress of Roman will be founlh"! invaHable: article,especially 'lot hose Complainant,

.: ". fc... surer of the : : | ;> making rapid strides to supremacy in Hamilton afflicted with Dyspepsia, Derangement of the Liver Altornry nt Law, tt.Tilman .
(: For rer Tax Sales. General Debility. D. Purifoy, Defendant.

M \...: the Adjutant ; here: western cities., the Once denomination established can on the a BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, 1 or Prepared by Doctor J. Rees, Griffin, Pike county' Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida IT appearing to the Mtiifaction of the Ccart,baffidarit

.O. For per 'supply r"reo.tr the destitution of Texas which expose for sale before the Court thou-" Georgia and for sale bv appointment at WILL' attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle made in this cause, that Tilman B. Pa.riley. -

: ";'4 the Ordnauce "f G<.d, has been lately thrown door in the town "f> Jasper Hamilton County', E. BARNARD. Jr',., and ot (hit County Columbia of the the said defendant, midet cut cf the Stale .f

*. ;t.: 6UUI. which\ invites writh cries and upplica- j.1. ida, o.n the first Monday in June, I ISIS For-j Dm Store, Tallahassee, Eastern Circuit.Florida. Florida, aid in the State ol Georgia, on irolion at
thtf.\.twtg I
.. *. '. ( per : assistance. 1'Come forward then, bre. I de oibed properly or so much thereof as ",: pay DANIEL L.DDte'crl, Monticello August 22. 1946. S the solicitor tot complainant: It it CWfrrf, llm
< ployed! and ,' the aid Tilman D.
; assist by liberality, in extending i! the State and County Taxes due thereon, for the yea"I Monticello, Pnrifoy do appear andinnrtt
.i. exigencies of : : your and Law Xoiicv.BROCKENBROUC.'H the bill of complaint filed this
.:.' the boundaries cf the Redeemer king- j I' 1SI7-, to-wit : Quincy, in cause within four
?:* employed The S W I 1-4 of tf S E 1." of section 33; the entire II..RDRY.. N. months from the dile cf the publication of tbiicr-

.4.* ..' lions, with intrr.iot cf the editor In pay special atI I section 31; the W 1-Q of action 3't; the E 1-2 of Affent for Thomas county, Georgia. & MAXWELL. den. or the said bill of complaint will be fakes for
/ *" "i retary of Var the department of Science and Literature I Ihe S W 1.4-of section 20; all in township. 2, range May 32. ISIl.Martin. 44 confessed : Provided, That a copy cf this order hi
t ., bounty land bu 12. north and east also the N W : I H. BROCKENBROUGH will return to Florida published in totne newspaper printed in the ifiddlt
*" "*' in his paper no article of a scientific or j ; 1-4 ff section 2, \V -
"i.. nut exceeding and Ihe N of in time to attend all the Courts Circuit; of Florida, once a week for (be of few
; tjj. ". : which does not tend to the culti- j ) section 3. ard the N E l-.Iof section Smith & Thorn, of the space
.. : per day. improvement of Ihe mental) and moral ., of township 1 1. range 1.norlh and tat. par- Middle Cincuitand Jackson and Franklin Ccun- month (Signed)
t"\-::' dollars and ; by which means it cannot fail) lo prove j port ing to belong 10 the : rf Hector W. Rnaden.ALSOThe Commission and Forwarding Merchants, tie in West Florida B & M. ,.il1al'Jo attend the THOMAS DOUGLAS. Jadre.
Fur cj-itin, S 1-4 of the No. 02, Poxdras Street Supreme and Federal Court Their time will he December 13.1947. 22 4m
' thousand I : of intruction to any. family into I S E 1-4 <.f section 31i ,
he introduced. township I I. lange I 13, north and ea't, purpoiting to NCW.ORLEANS. LA. dirrtfil //j-c/ut/tr/v thf legal profession, and
:'- For clerks j I belong to the Estate of claim aain..1 the United States for the attentive Middle District of Florida
IC of New Orleans Prices Current, corrrct- Benjamin: Chairet.JO I ,
'. being an uae I '. M. MARTIN-C. W. lITH-TUOIt.! L. TirORW.Jlfftrt I
:. will be found ;in each lumher. from whict \ T. HAISDEN, Sheriff. ,l-rosecutionol whch arrangements have been madein V/AKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUNTY.

'I. remaining hundred: on replied't, and any that are interested in 'lair And ex-oflicio Tax Cot Hamilton Co. to Wa-thmafon. Daniel Ladd, Plaintiff J.
eight ImidredatiJ j I I Orleans market, may obtain all the de. March 11, JS13. 31-Cm 3. ,V. Ar!vle. A. Rest wick, S. S. Sibley,Tallahassee.J. March Itt, 15-17. 31 Vf In Attachment.Thcmas .

- I L. Sinallwpod. H. L. Edmond, Quincy. Lockhart. Defendant.5D"bl $327 53pNOTICE
For outfits ) DR. C. II. nUXTI
;.f.i-_ Papal States. of subscription to the .Chronicle" i is Leon Circuit Court.IN February I 12. I'15. 30 n hereby given to the said Thomif

'S : .4 mala, and in advance; S3..10. at the end of J CHANCERY. Notice.ALL SURGEON DENTIST, and all other persons interested in tb.

:. dred dollars. i ; $ ,( at the expiration of the year. permanently )located in Quic'y Florida) above cau Creditor Hill HAVING
: .9" '- For one fur lettlemrnt ef Etfate. persons, creditors, legatees, entitled to dis '. tenders his services to the public this suit by attachment, issued from tbt of
1. '. d;. adaire' : I This paper since its establishment in James E. Broome and other, for themselves and or otherwise int'iet rd ia the estate I ia the various branches c-f his profession. From his fice of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit Court

:. 1f has suIailed a character in all its above other creditors of A. M. Gatliu, Complainant, of James M. Sloan, late of JeuVr*<>n County, deceased experience and success in practice, he feels assuredof against the lands and tenements, goods and chattels,

,: \ eu.dlr.For siUry'nl of : f I mnients net surpassed,i if indeed equalled I r,. are hereby notified to exhibit their claims being able to please these who may patr nise him. ot the said Thomas Lockhart, who reside* beyond

.'p* 5,1 l August, -.; I .-:either in this or in any other country. Turbll R. Belton.SarahA. Betton his Wife Executrix andd..mandiilh'in two years from this date to the t Dr. B. refers the public (oCol. the limits ol this State, for a debt due to the said

. f tt ol Ju j I therefore meet with : cordial) supoor ot A. 1 Gatlm, and others, Dejtndantt.WIICRMAS undersigned, or the lame will be barredand: all \ W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W DVIDSO, Ladd on a promissory note, executed and delivered

; : I jrtietl denomination. as ''fUlrom all other By an order made by his Honor : ergons Indebted lo said estate are requested to make Gen. C. II DCPO\T. Dr R. E. LITTLE. and payable to IV. H. Perry r-r bearer, dated the 6th

i.t. .' Sle. hu"dre 1"I to sec ill(fused throughout Ihe coun'ry DOUGLAS, Judge on ihe 1-t December mmeil.ate! payment. OtHce opposite the M. E Church. Ladies waited of November, 1544, sloe one day alter its dat..and
: scientific kOt Ip.tf. Theswo'id vol IS 1'. the JAMES R. TUCKER. Sheriff their residence usual. which nrte tran.Merred
: clerks as the m a'jove entitledC3U-.CHie unjt-r- on at a* wat from the said W. H.
II in March, MS, and I would re- of Jefferson County and ex o.Jiriodm'r.. .ISJ7. 9 Perry bv for valuable
to signed was appointed, amonj other thing", lo fake Seplembei II. delivery a consideration to tb.
4" rf'ule. advice those wishing to this ol 1 what Februiuv 1'J. 151(*. 31 3m said Ladd. .
f fr the luh.crihfo an account is due to Complainants lur (heir now amounting principal and interest tAether

1!;=. Third \utito j ) p. r, that NOW is the very bet time they caims. and to nil other creditor of I.ii A. M. Gat- LEWIS & AMES M. D. PAPY, to the sum of three hundred and twenty,

I roller, at a interest' thereon ; and II was ordered further I even dollars and fittv.three cent : Now the said

!1l. iA .. per annum, W. McKINNF.Y RUSSELL. "That the said Master do cause a advertisement DIALERS IX 1 @rn &.W defendant and all other persons interested inth*

gt1 .I'e.. sand dollars. I :ppointedent., Tallahawe, Fla. to be published in the Floridian: a newspaper DRUG. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, WILL Practice in all the Courts in the Middle above suit are hereby required to enter his er their
Fir 2/. 1's4.-! __ 3J o St published weekly in Tallahassee, and in such Office on the first floor of the Cap. appearance and plead to the declaration filed ia the

r4- employed in Court. other puohc newspapers! he shall think proper, 'for Toilet Articles, Perfumery, if., Window Glass, itol, South wing. room formerly occupied by the said suit, OR or betore the first day of the mutt May

! two thousand Jeferson Circut the creditors ol. lime sub Alfred M. Gatlin to cOle U.VTEHS" BRUSHES AND COLORS, Secretary of the Territory Circuit Court to be held in the said County of Ws.

;';'(.?. For the relef SPR ;. in before him, and prove t their debts, on or before I the Apothecaries Glass "'nrc, Ac. November 15, IS45. 17ATTORNEY kulla.or otherwise judgment will b* rendcted spinal
17. ia Powell, first t day of May next ; and that such of the creditorswhoshall him or them by default.
i foreign: ? Petition) to Foreclose Mor,. not in I r.:..bove constantly on hand, and for sale at the
.,c : come a.d pro*el t heir debtby the time T JOhN ERSIIE, DANIEL LADD.
i : .:. ror regular uunlt', J gage of Personal Property. aforesaid shall be excluded the benefit of t this decree lowest market prices. AT LAW February 1!>, 1S43. 31

:.7' and al persons interested are ; ami that IUe per!or-.. not parties to the bill, ,
.; tranp.rtallt notified of fling of the Petition fe-r who shall in before the aid Master to prove Ve hive r tein'dtv late arrival: larze additional O.ulncy, Florida. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry

ag f' For ary.clothing ffe of Mortgage in cause, and they are their debts, do, before 'they are admitted directors, "ippliesof lruzi.Wrdieinesanil Chemicalswhich, WILL attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden REIMIHED.rPOWLE .

$! page including appear and plead !'the same, if any plea contribute, 'to the complainants, their proportion of I| ogrther with roost of the popular patent remedies, the Circuit Court of Middle Florida,
render our assortment t the and nioit varied inIht'St.lr. and the Court in the 4. MYERS, haring secnrrd the serf tcrf
largest Counties of
of this adjacent
t t.;: far*, for rdin,In law. The mortgage i is on per expense slit, to be settled hy Ihe Georgia. .L of an experienced workman who will attend
s'I" tion thereon l ty, and was made to secure the payment Master.I And it was aUonrdered, that an si"1 November H. IS45. 13 trcr
t... t :' thousand doH dollars and interest.TUGS' be taken of all securities or cullateiaU held) hv We h4ve now in store a lot of QUININE, tearinntnlpure ( Sentinel copy. the repairing of Watches and Clocks exrlotirTir.
and are prepared to do all work ia their line of business
: .; For .mh ( J.r.: HEIR. creditors r respectively and a report be made of Ihe rfry titptrior quality. well and

; ene ti1'J ; S Petitioner. ".lt. and of the .Iuf of each." And if was a No I Jut received a Uri e assortment of RACES.-Central Course, Macon. November promptly.Ib47. Ifl
1-.. ion. \0 i l 1j1 n. :3t 2m ordered that .all parties may be examined upon interrogatories FRESH[ : (.AKDEV( SEEDS

thousand nine and produce all book and paper in 'Irom the celebrated garden of Mesers Hovey *c Co. CITY HOTEL ,

4 seventy-four I Land for Sale. their c-Mody or (power relating theretoupon oath \No a small invoice of choice BRANDY AND

For pay of \ will sell that fine tract LAND before" the said M.Ier. as the said Master shall direr WINES, ar.d a lot ofClGARiol extra quality. All

t the present a* the Ga kins tract and situated about !. of which we offer for sale at the lowest ca'h prices.

C.1E and eleven of Talahaufr. in Leon County. Said. Now, !therefore all persons claiming to be creditor LEWIS t AMES.

For medical abol fve hundrt and sixty acres, of said: A. M. Gatlin are in pursuance ol T:llahass.f'. November '20. KI7 IS

.'5 thousand fire '\d acre good hammock ; said order, notified to produce their claims, and the -

i. For purchase ( pine land of a superior quality, well wa vouchers in support thereof, and all cnlateral" and Wakulla County Tax Collector'sSALE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

;JS S upplie*. three being a stream running between' the sf'urific1 therefor, before me, at my Tall' rO the undersigned has been confided the muagement -
tF For expense pine land. Th re is on said tract hu'tf within the time limited n said nrdfr, of this Hotel.

: '. Patch island, ( acres cleared and otherwise im otherwise comply with the provision of the same, BY virtue( .the authority vested in me by l!w, Regular Spring Meeting, over the Central HAMILTON HUDSON.

tIb-. titles will be made to the pur- that they may h admitt parties to the nnid *uit. I hjvo tin day levied upon, and will expose to THE e, near this ril v,w'ill commence on TUESDAY January S, '943. 25

fr For \, made known on application to Dated this: : December, A. D. 147. public sale, in front ol the Court House, in the county the 2d day ol. MAY. 1S4S. The following -

four dollar JAS. T. DAFFIN. SIMON TOWLE, Special Master. ol WakulU, State of Florida Purses will be ollt-rft! The money to be hung at Notice.A .
; : For clothing 1c1Q. 33 6t December 4., 1S47. 20 tf On stand up LL indebted to the Louis Joist
( & first Monday in May next, the ready fur the winner of each race. persons estate of ,

$? dollars. Just Received between the usual hours, the following pieces Purse. late of Hamilton County, deceased, are requested
For fuel John P. or
.eS.,i..,-. .ntr-ren ..) & AMKS1: Drug Store, a fresh supply Duva parcel of Laiid viz : Tuesday first day. 1 mile beat $..00 00 to make immediate payment ; and tbos having

j..,. For Valuable Mediine-amng: which ATTORNEY LA\, Lot number S, containing 474 acres, and knownai Wednes :ay, second day, 2 mile heats, 3d 00 demand are requested lo present them in terms of

te P.I soIIarsI military. wing: : WILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida the Itivei Survey according to the original sur- Thursday third day, 3 mile heats COO 00 the lawduly authenticated.
of made Asa" Friday, fourth day, best three in five, ELIZABETH JOINER, Adm'x.
For VEGITTARLE PILLS AND RES.TOIUTIVE Court Appeals, and Ihe United States vey by Hartfield Survl'yor.liO lots
I laMr winning hor.se 200 00Si.vtrCup Februaryl0IS1S. 31 2ra
BITTERS, District Curt at numbcr39,4O.lh.4,43. lI,5l,5,5.LfiO,6P,62| ,
thousand TaIOnast.
I Cs .'n dlu. and trill cure Dy"pfpia. Liven Com- Oulice in Wm. WiI401'>Building',crer Hay ward's 'y3c.luJ..7< ; !.,. 7I "*. 60. 81,63 I %3. I 1,7,9, II. :if more than worth two$.starts.', for second best, Furniture, Carpets, &c. for Sale.

For paving ", Scrofula, all kindred Rook Store : (r. Containing each 3G l) acres; and known and described .
0 : tol anti grounds, \ (mona a disordered stomach or im February 20 IMS. :32 by said number according to the original survey Saturday, for beaten liorsra. 150 00 1 PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Couches,

F ; For c'tntin l hines|. maje by Asa HartfieM Sur\'t' 'or. CHARLES A. P.LLc. .1 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case with draw"

I ., thousand dollars.Fur HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, I\Hllle above described lot. ol Land situated, ly- Secretary Central Race Club. and desk, 2 handsome Carpets I Double Wheel Fa-

contingent fln t effectual, and pleasant preparation: Notce. in! an 'heinZ in the county ol Wakulla,on the westside Macon March 11th, 1 .45. 31-bw tent Corn-Shelter, the must approved article ia use.
for the SIX months after d.l Incleriznfd will of the Apply to J R. FORTUNE,
.. tatives, fifty eradication of \Voan in pre- Wakulli River being portion of what
Jce,,. Adults. his account and, vouchers to the Honorable known Forces Notice. Feb. 5.1S4S 29 At the Tin Manufactory.
For I i* a* Purchase, ami: levied upon as
:' .-: payment ; COUGH Judge of Probate of Leon County and apply for let- d I shall -
ofli't of :: LOZENGES the property of the ApiLichicoli Land Company months after tl",1 present my accounts
patents SIX
: : Consumption, and CURF al ease .r r tens of dismisiion I administrator nf the estate of and will be sold to s1tit.\ their State and County Tax vouchers to the lion Judge of Probates of Tax Collector's Sale.
th"uunt Sfc.: 2.d.l.rt. Sftillingot( Bo Pains the Side. Henry Galki..1te of said County, d.-ceasrd. (for thecounly, of Wakulla. for the rear 1ST.AHIJAH Jefferson county and apply (or l letters of dismission T)Y virtue of the authority Tested in me by liw. 1

S sif> eight hundred Urealh. and al lther Pulmonary Com : MANNING.. Adm'r.JJyS. HALL, Sheriff as Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg 13 shall expose for sale, before the Court H o.

S i is hereby : February 19, ISiS. S. SII5LEY, Agent. and er-ofieio Tax Collector Wakulla Co. late of Jefferson county deceased. door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Mood'
31 Cm
I :. feersfor the ( -*r. 'o- October 19. Is 17. IS HENRY GREENBERG Adm'r. in August next, the fu'llowingdesctibed properly.1

: eighteen .' FEVER AND! AGUE PILLS Oetoherlf',1947. 13 6m so much thereof will b,sufficient to pay tt. Stall

act entitled, as a Safe. Certain, and Effectual' Cure Newport Mineral Spring. Notice.SIX and County taxes due thereon for the year 1S47:

.? -. leers in the *er ) AIIt. Chills and, Fever, Intermittent DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE. months after dlIl.1 I nhal| present my final ac- Notice Section Township 1. Range 1, N sad E, purport

twenty-sixth Fe era. Price reduced to Serenty-Jiei : undersigned, being fully empowered and voucher to Ihe H- II. Judge of Probate ht'refytinn to all person interested, that six ing to belong to W. G. Gould.

:: forty-eishl ; and r. make warrantee titles, has had the in 'and for Ljon Cour.ty, and apply for letters of IS months after dateI shall present mv final account A. A. FISHER. Sheriff

hundred Ihtl" | e Medicines, fl"h and genuine are for mT11f ly around the above Springs dismission as administrator( of the estate of Joseph and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate in and and ex officio Tax Collector Leon Ci.

,.cl. is hereby LEWIS .e AMES, 1 .i7.r. dwelling lots of upwards ol an Allen, deceased. for the County JefTeison,and apply for a discharge January 29, ISIS. 23

( chase of iuch Tallahassee, Fa. he now offers for sale low. Plans COUNCIL B. ALLEN as Ihe Administrator of I the estate of Anna Brooks
... of recommendation and other in Administrator with the will annexed. G. W. HUTCHINS
.,_ I terms, &c., can be seen at Dr. E. late of said County, ,
. Speaker the above M.didnfl.see future :hrnard'",Tallaba1l*t'e. First come has first choice. Febniary 2G, 184'3. 33 Cm I deceased.JAMES R. BROOKS.
.1k ", sad which AUCTIONEER
pamphlets be ob
.,1 County, Oct SO, 1&47. 15 GmDeaf
Vice I Ageats. Newport, February, 1913. 31 : Doctor John P. Duval T.ILLAHASSEE, FLJ.
t ;ii. IS4e> *

? -: Approved 3 Notice. OFFERS his professional services to Ihe citizen and Dumb Asylum SALES: in any part solicited.of the county attended to, u
Making &c. hl'l\ef'
surrounding country' Office OF KENTUCKY.
$ .-The undersiened hare OIX month after dale the Adminiiifrator of the in Wml Wilson's Building, over Hayward'i BookStore Rzrzez'ects :
. a* HE subscriber, resident of the said k P1.40G.
O \ a* t tne agent IL Boo, Dia. I LLOYD ,
of R. Tallahassee.Febniary .
: estate Humphries, deceased late of Leon -
I from this ;
thrmst"llosr.hrr.and dat. I Institution in and Wai.son.E'1
'U ,offers for sile. tracts, irpottterms J. W An6Ttr. Esi-, I D. C.
will his final 2t 1;49.
The business County, present account and vouchers 32
Blp' b unile con unit 'oar Thousand Acre
r. tea about
: In purchasers, January 22. 1S4S. 27
: o the Hon. Judge of Probate of said and
lowing ten, i \INGERHOLS They at County of LAND situated in the county ofJaeksonin flu
ray for a discharge from sa administration. Notice.S'X .
: New Jtm : al4e< their line Stale ol' Florida. Also, th* night to Locate, to r Thomas Jeff. Heir
November 27 (1947. ,
1 lt!)
.ndep.tch. and on I reasonable term 6m months after date' the undersigned admin's. limited extent.
A LA'.
. .bori acceptances' I any workmen it DR. J. ix of I he estate of n. F. Lipacomh deceased The above land were selected at In early date,by ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT

- .the Orer The continued patronage of the pub 8. BOND i will present her account and vouchers to the Hon. an experienced e,and are bel wved to be amongstthe pract'ce in the Circuit Court i c

. t op" solicited OFFERS his professional jet. to Ibe citizens Judge ojf Probate of Wakulla County and ask to be finest in th.conny. WILL of the Middle Circuit, and I* fbnrea. *

she purin! ) | E. J. LYNCH, and the sarreundiDg country discharged admioiitratriz of laid estate. C. II. DUPONT, Court and United State District CwMontictllo

GERARD VINGERHOETS. Office at Col. FitherV ""t.t. i E. E. LIPSCOMB, Adrn'*. .f gent of D.SfD.A. / JTy. Tahlabess...

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