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 Material Information
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 29, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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: VOICES OF HOME. 0.t1' Let u* puntfe'llr* career* 0l&1rcth-

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.4<** of lieBie! ye mr< on the breeze; HE FLORIDIAN That whi ir1 rtttfW Hr' tfMk ,Uor -
t> are $ ghI.Ioft through the buJdiog trees ; mien lasted three ntrDtbt ''rtrtffctlon of. I
Spring has cotoe with a gentle reign. IS30 lasted ibretfdayC' TU rtrefaden of
\*1 je an Mtrndinx o'er bill tod plain : 1848 Luted
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From t hr preen valley ye rome, ve come! J.6OtiKappt't,BO morerev
voice of home "luiions are pnnJ&e, for eooeidertDf tbrapid .
the wanderer ;
Speak-r.U.to e .It**** 1.k.U.*.a*-ore: ---- -------t----------- -------. ______ __ __ ____ __ ____________ _-!r ration u* which ibe sftengtb' proiacreasas Si
Of all diet I JeV 4 '. ifc.4 ?sev e.Li BY SIBLEY ,11.-
t & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORI8A 'SATUiDAY soda a fToluf iqrwvjold- C'in
front tSs bank when-the violet Ik*. APRIL 29, 1 1848. TOL III-KO.. cornididrwd tkroo mtnotes." :1I
Where the honey be for his treasure flies- 4 .
A voice o( hoiii.sq --. .1 -- _c _u_ ____ ____ r -,- r'QI, the
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Tile bower thou hut IwineJ are green anJ fair.TbicV.lv with hT slender and light finger, one of the another. This whiz an ambitious spirit which read Iii thoughts, there was thereto : Arr.ths.-Th.vt, has- -- THE OLD WORLD.MjICfrIS' 1'
nothing:
J IfaE >eeu some -
the blossom arc clustering tbtre : thick chesnut cu Is from her lover's forrhcac could not }brook to be outdone by [anr one, give tu ingle pain fotie wife'. heart. surprise 1 TilE ,ioaa'tcart or KUBOFK-Tcaarrvar liNti'POJ"t'r.6no. ,4 '
? expressed, names .1
Wilt thou not Dittofelly
Come liscovering a deep pear under the beautiful had caused hi. first sin against his cousin, the I Oiink \\i must Ire relativeIvmma the Iba11le ..
tbe air with the breath of said French statesmen ,
Fet i* spring; I great lone
hair, of which, to tell the truth, William mark of all bis he I ( .a lie exciten nrt in the old world the revo.
Birds. abroad on a glancing tvin ;; walt which William would bear bae a cousin abroad who I bad lost I led the opposition to Louis bare '
Each wild lllnin from Iheir joyou throats, little rain.'lhi life. This too, caused the second and more sight of >r many 3 ears. I will go and ee.' tight of since rLipp 'iIDwboI11o lutions the reforms; and threatening as. I
Like a bursting chorus of welcome" notes, il alone,' said Marimj, would 1 he e. grievous offence against William's pecee. 'Dw, William ; the plac i i. lar, and Government. ot peel of sfiiirsti our last accbonts bare indued 1C

Recalls thee home. ,nough to prevent my ncr liking the one who That his cousin should suffer through his rmy be.of oe lo them. The no boy was thinly you leler Prui.ioal Odillotr Barret to (Thf; following man. ; gurries as to the names a.4a.

Voice* of home! wouM cbiJdbood"l'onn-ye bear me bickTa Jid it, and did it wilfullv.- too.. fault, Oliver never thought ; or if he did be I eJ4 and__. when I gave him some cake, he I oue of,the npcntftrcft of the Government P-ige., the r?i is&.tpiioyerejgj the ureajiv
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the scene of mv : But that was long ego-we were onl) judged of William lore flY his own wbrctr n b were very hungry, >u I made him will explain the cause of their\ ulatiun of their various GefOniH Ms ffrf
clwxen
from
Would *!& me away lot. '
my bite
ye boys ; Olirrr was hist/ and and had dislp.rann I Iherefct turned icf the attrboritict.,a
passionate, fre
To plea'sure* the pay world knoweth noi ? changed so often and so C2 Hr, that earn souse borne. from the stage, showing that
Tell me. oh teU me,of that loved hearth. could not endure any one who surpassed him.I hardly believed in constancy at alf 'J'name! mght, cold and snowy as it was, has gone hJ than he anticipated l ror.rfni or desired ;si her I he folfoft'inff *
Where clatter ,the hope and tbe jojsof eaith; believe he was sorry fer it afterwards.' With these arguments Oliver! qoTeted his \ Blair set fin-lh on his errand, for his -and likewise that be is not free ( I. Great Urilli.tw-uViet6ia, ( weii oT Grear
Speak of the home 1 hall s-e no more. Tliat may !1'1"< 'lint the sin remains.' own self-reproaches: and thote ot Marion heart told him that the boy' mother rum Rritain, was bornf May 24. 181 ?. cended''
And of all lorcd in the day of tore 'No Marion' far I hare since was no apprehensions a to its future re.ults : he Ihrone, Jure 'M Tb37. '
Hark! from the ftream, a it mnrram by, ; years forgotten ,wbilearrrid all this both so effectually: 5bidd.1 r other thin Marion. He knocked at the dnor .My: Dear Gamier Page* :--Since the ar. (; at th Se'of 18.
Jo the cunlihtms'ing elad melody, it, and forgiven Olhcr. ed their lore from every rye, except of the room; l ft whicb he was directed, but rival of your note, informing. of overanienf, limited' iwonmrcfrf, wftn Iwo
A ,oice or old! That is because TOO" are so rood ; and I 'each other. that the old fitthrr never srurgl'd I there ivas no answer, he walked in. It taken possession of the your fluin.! Houses if Parliament bptdatiuo 25331,.
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*.Green i if the bank where thy young feet tra.'cd, will try to do the same ; but I fear I shall tbe troth. Sin, like sorrow: -"e-r-comer a. was a; desolate! apartment lat} the snow flakes ing on- me to lend Gonrnmeut 1Oi. Terrilorr. ---p--11670.rWl.. .- .D._...
Cool i is tLe air in the willow hadc my co.op)TMli >n, I ha\
Protc
; never shake hands with him without ligiun, ant.
thinking The before William Blair's piled the sill of the
day ap- up on curtainlets window, not been able lo reply to I did
And of
wave gold
ser
jou. ,
:\rt'ftu1rifltbribt in the noontide ray, how easily the stone that hand threw might pointed[ return, the once dutiful and affectionate made more ;visible the blsereh within, for nor indeed do I yet well perceive no, what France-Louis Philippe, ltUe&in of
And tttsic SOUM* where the fountains |>ly; has s cost your life.tnJ( then I should not Marion iccreJljr her Cathe,'. h.ut f the 6 lmas4 i gone otrt, and the one candle was kind co-operation very I, who am altogether Vaoeo, now a republic, was lorn Cfctdber 6r
Tome"! for the Bowers and young bird are there, have IKen.1O happy as I am now, William and became fire wife of Oliver Chadwick. flickciicg with its long wicfc ontooched.On .- with the solution uo. iT;;;. Dc ascended tbe throne Aug. ty 1830,
The clear stream fWs and thy home is fair, added l them girl in a low voice. 'um. Blair returned la a desolate home.- a bed, inoue corner lay a nonwn asleep, connete However it is adopted, ran af $edyi. Government, late limited labnaT' : .
you. ,
A. in dais of ohi"Voice What lover could resist such argument No tidings Marion's flight could reach him and at her feet a boy also in deep sltfrrriwr. that all who do not wish certainly lo tee France necessary chy,now a npobfic. Population,34,19137.
of home! do ye mock rnv praCT Willam Blair forgot cousin Oliver, his sins and had I 'erritory 2TJ,13&( s miles. :, 'L
to the very last her letters to him had I I They drawn about them the few garment.I fcfrfljcd by internal convulsions shotrid like 'P'&re Keligion,
I>o the feet of uy kindred still linger there I and his C.alh..Jic.iLboJu.
And she whose lore like a holy star perfections, and only thought of Ma. been continued ; 10 serb a degree had they had, poor souls ; striving to forget their zood ckiztni i *, contribute their aid for two
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)Hath shone on my path in the world afar ? rion-his own beautiful and bcthrothcd. ful influence worked upon her once Uill".1 coldness and weariness in sleep. things, which appear to me to stand cm I, Emperor of Kowia. was born ..G'It
Arc the eyes ft titl bright that upon me cmil'd J rion. leart. lIe entered the cottage full of He stepped forward, aud once dominant in The pre July! 6, 1796. lie amended the ifcvoo Dee '
And prayeth she .till for her absent child Olin Chidwieic and ) more your present mision. first I, 1825>, aged 29. The Si
came was introducedby looked aft.
and and lefi the government u Ca
happiness, it a broken-hearted! upon f c ofhis )l that in
Brothers and isters,! Oh where are they, riln. Changed, is again seizing on that liberty which .lute
William to his intended bride and her fa. monarchy, the
man. Yet William's own sorrows did not mournfully! changed it 'raim but still it to I territory ,04I,899ICJ'I.
Hate they paned like me from that home ? I was ought belong lo Government and
,Ainin II the ,wind the ereen leaves stirred.away ther. It is true. Marion's nrettv little hand, .'n-l..,- I.ion. .;......-... ..:..t.L... '. ,..I... a"ah_"U'1I: r. u..c.a.'u"-. .r.... lrion. The close widow can. whirli! m.r1.> wh.l;,, .I.. .mn.. .. _. ...every... ., ,..... _...:.._: __ I i im'Irs and the population! includimr Yuland.-----,
The; wail of a mournful\oire was heard' did shrink at first from Ifl"t(ouch f one she ther; of bis; lost Marion.: The prey-hairvd old I sharpened feature look 'still nmeisoio- ---does- front w a..revolution. !*?"' ,'v than vui* "j''Utug nit 62,:00.000. Religioi, Greek cburcB.
A household tone! thought laden with the kin of any utler, Frederic Willfem IV, Prussia i ?
heavy having man sat continually gazing at his daughter'svacant told her tale. Oliver ww m more ; and if, because its necessities in that King was .
I swept alone through the empty hall*. once nearly killde her lover but she soon there had respect an hornOct 15, 1195. lIe ascended the throne
.vs
; bowed down be0n : *
seat. lo the earth with
resentment s
And waved the graj on the moulding >w2U, fin. any it Wiiam' more imperative -you should prevent your June 7 'CI.
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-llhe dark hearth >tonr' forgot horrors in the charm of young grief. Self-reproaches too, mingled with his Lent, H would not have bern a. political revolution, (as political l lie 1840aged43. .rmr3MemaaroDt '< ?) '
I moved the billows to might* vrrith, Chadwick's society. Cousin Oliver fully bore sorrow ; he implored William's pardon for gains the dead. Marion's t&m band lay a. it as you please)from "profoundly social .I heretofore been an absolute inonarcJiy, wit1! P
A* a tall abip sped on it* ocean path out William Blair's dcsc of him becoming a one, a population of 14,330,000. :
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iption -a rare not Laving better lent his rre-a.Hrre-for hav. her looked from Territory, lOG, ;
And Mattered the: leave from pale white rose, circumstance when has been fog lmJ. "righ carlsl in any way laying its hands on property and : 3l '.! square mile. Religion
a stranger much his Evattgslical.)
As I passed o'er the crave where the dead repose, ing suffered a stranger to steal away. Wil. quiet, so what hi, family ties. The second matter to which I Ferdinand
; I talked about 'before hand. lie was a ttrick- : liam felt tberdesolnte old mother was that Blair is Emperor of Austria, was born
Alone alone no anger against man, once, could have that the appeal made to the generalelection
I ingly handsome young man : his statue like I but lesson his him. But ) wep April 19, 1793, and ascended tbe throne
strove to anguish over hersdf-tbe which is
Voice by cheering Marion
of home are of the
ye are gone ye gone ; and faultless! features .n tie expression March, 2, 1835, 42. Tbe
Ye pas'd awaY in that l l&st sat! tone. were set off by a clear xvords. lIe spoke ofOIiver's wordly prospects ; spot on her cheek, and fir painful, audible national sovereignty, LA sincere. I no aged governrtvsnl
Call me no more,for the home it dark, dark Italian complexion! and hair of that per- that, though poor Marion would not Le destitute hrralbiiig a she! slepi" told that it would not more admit deceit and lies in the public' hat heretofore been an absolute monarchy
Where I filmed like the dove to its sheltering; ark Vet[ jelly hup beside i I except Hungary &c., with !
; eo rarely keen ; which and then her husband'great talents be ihe child tv.is motherless. After streets, than I do whm'n a population of
The flower I nursed in splendjr tie Ion.b.fre proceeding from a'' 36 :.- 60
may the: dark brown and dusky and brownish > ; Square miles 235,250. Religion .
With, the rainbow hue of' the summer sky ; black would make their way. 'boy moved, and spoke indistinctly king; and elections ef&ctet wider Ibp influence Calhofie.xjuis. .
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The joyful' burst ( And the music of waters that glide alnn;; sinks ?into insignificence. In figure, Olher! man with astonishment. startle him. Henry awoke and step saw the preferable to those no appear conducted anyway / ir eKing i ef Bavaria, (now sakl to
Thiujh all that i i.* loriou all 1 that M fair. I was much I!is tall than his cousin, and aligh. nonI'2n ,, atrOn.I .. ...!by._.means_ I Ir" Irave abdicated.) was Lent At7uat A.! 14P
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'" ... .... v. ...... u....". ,..r- - I J-- -J' -- vi uu.Tf IIJ* W*" ly ft*Hill A UV* i ascended the throne October' IS: iJ u
IT 1U uie ; uui in exact proportion ins man. Ham Are the I 1825,
It is home no more IfttrCJOUnOaneTIOWardIhern ?- you gentleman whom I asked to mand is. security for property and fkmihVs, I 39. The
For the golden links of affection' chain tiers were more courtly: and insinuating ; he hare you forgotten yoor own wrongs r come and sec my mother ?' cried the boy at and full liberty in the primary elections. Il I i with kingdom it a limited monarchy 7"i
death dark broken In was ever on the watch to perform some trifling two chambers, the popuation: 4315469.
Pj angel are in William ,
am. turned his head away ; but the you are firmly resolved lo have these Comm-b. !I
And the dr.'am is o'er.Voices act of polite! attention, of hich the highcr quick heaving ofhis cbell and thecomuUire once.Mr.. Blair rait 'his his lions Territory, 29,435 square miles. Religion.
of home! fare te well, IsrewctPais '. und I i fmgT on lips to si. respected, even by the force at the dis.j j I Catholic!
on in tbe midtt ot the l.,veJ to dwell : more manly nature of William Hlairncter ; clench ofhis hands, told how intense were I Icnce tLc child! Ul: Mariou was already half posal of the Government, I can assure to you ,'i O I
A sweeter roice to my land heart thought.' Yet these attention? came so i I his sufil-ring The old man watched him almost aroused. : not only my own moral I co.npenatioim, but even car King Sweden and Xorway, tnu
Speaks of a mansion where kindred part 'I' naturally and were 50 equally distributed, in fear ; until he grew more calm and I Who arc you talking lo, Henry ?r she I the sympathies of all my friend None of I born iu July, 1799. He ascended the throne ; p11
No more no more'! I II Ii that no one could say Oliver showed Marion said in a suppressed tone- I said, feebly. them, I can declare to you, would! like to imitate F March tf, 1344, aged 45. Government, b'roiteil ;
-- -- anything but the courtesy due to his cousin I have 'To monarchy, with a diet. Population, 4 .
Mr. Bbir ,
forgiven Oliver and mother the the
once already, the ;
emigrant and the
gentleman
: n O&L D.aA 1 iD 51. -I I elect. I you rm8ak o lJ .OOCJ.( Religion. Latherer
.- .- hall I not forgive poor Marion whom I so said I must t go lo if you were very ill ; and I Girondi... My l st wod the Cbambers j Christian .
--l'ORGI'EXESSTALC.--- --- --. -- -- William's upright, honest mina, felt not theslighest early[ loved-(Jod help me 1 must not nay : tvnt this morning;, only you did know it.' and to the people thi: .Cursed Lc hip't' been ViH, King of IXramart, WM *'
jcaioasy of O1inr'llpcrior personal lore, now. | hare Is he ht're-il William who shall September Id, 1756. He ascended the t'r
no anger against hr. Blair here ? almost light up a war in !" t
mr DKVAH MAKIA MVLOCK. I attractions. He suffered him to lead the con. But yodr cousin V I shrieked Marion, raising herself on her To that declaration I remain faithful. .ratJ. throne cemb3r 3", 1830,aged 59. Govern. ,

\crsation, and gradually to draw out Marion, 'MustI not forgive rarh n's luisland?"- elbow your most affectionate friend, -"\ \ menf, alasolutc monarchy. Population, 2,- i 'I
Nevertheless, in spite of I until she listened with pleasure and talked I (TJ7,2fJ5! Territory 59,762 miles. $ 1
your prejudices, TIle words came forcibly from William's lips Blair and took her hand without ODILO.V BARBOT." square ,
Marion, I am sure you will like cousin Oliver, without reserve before him. Many! deter his heart failed aim ; _-., al.ee -. William II. Kinir of IfoflamL or N hto..
in the -
utlerence, and a i \vuru.rou ious me me two wno Had once
I when you tee him.' men Lave a faculty fur hiding their talents, lands, ws born December 6, 1792. Ascui f fI.
his Tha loved each
I spasm passed over features. old! man I so fondly, other-the same face wa LAMABTII C'S .
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Eu.-On the
r The young girl to whom the words were but OIi\"r-r.Chadwick"\"ere all of the brilliant ook both his bands with fee!. their voice fell their COOL Monday ded the throne October 7, 1810, egad 48.-
I addressed shook her head, in doubtful reply. kind. His conversation was most farcina. sating deep clf"sbe tame on following the flight of Louis PLiiple- GoternmenL ljmit*l ,._.__....V.>.#....-
E I 'You do not know hiv _ffr._lJ. I..a i..' tinge ...! iV :,'- 1_:-. __ r.1 tog M- ...j .uu-IU ucll a l lt. k-JOU ;;nut; the life of love was gone forerer. grand I.' viiVmbIed lo dictate ]ui ry, 13,890 square miles. Religion,Reformed1. .
r pursued ber companion,a tall and rather state. w ho pour out one dazzling stream, and keel are worthier than I.. lover, ajfeTrWnVjartrnddTrori- CM, to the Provisional Government. c Leopold I, King of Belgium, was born December
I iy looking young man, whose scarcely band. i others admiring listeners ;-but because by Years passed on, and Marion's flight and C lan you forgiven me !' she said. 10\1 wise nod calm demeanor of Lamartiuer teems 16, 1790. He ascended the throne .

some, but pleasing face, bore the firmness I consumate skill which seemed like intuition, marriage were forgotten. One visit only bad kind you to come lo ro I' to hare irritated, in n small degree, the boil- Ju'y :31, 131, aged 40. Limited monarchy, ."
i lad composed aspect of eight-and.twenty :I be encouraged the timid and showed deference she paid to her old home and her father ; it I .' You have a right to my kindness,' answered in!!. passionate n at ore L rant". whose ei- wilh IWO rKainfrttn-. PnofiFafMw*,. A_1A1 ,0" .
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rears. It is really quite impossible not to to the reserved until \v. were set at wa-a few months afier her marriage, just Hh.i i a gentle' and othmg lone. You I citement "'a fierce an trriIJt; that aet;. : Terri.MJ'. 12,569 rquare-1.------milea. --v.Religion
like him.' I II ease so as to take part in what was said, and before she went abroad with ber husband, are my cousin-why; did no Mrs. Chadwick I ral of the members of assembly prepared Catholic.

We 1011 see,' said Marion, 5milin;. invariably went away wondering, yet pleased who bad obtained an appointment in (be col. len for me before 7' to withdraw in alarm. Lamartine alone Ernest Augustus King of Hanover, Lam
'f The two wbUlie short conversation we have at their own courage, and charmed with him I on ie.. MarioB, tearful and contrite, received do no call me so'-call rrw )farionlet blanched not, and the gaay frmd and self- June 5,1771. Ascended throne July 20,

quoted were walking slowly up and down the I who had produced such effects. her father's blessing ; but she came alone, me forget every thing but old limes. And possession displayed in his rt-pfes only served 1837, aged 06. Government, limited monarchy 1i
walks el a lovely gaiden. High walls shut There must hare been a mist over William and spoke little of her husband. She did not my f.ther-my poor father-to see you makesme to increase the savage anger opponent with two chambers. Population 1,706- ;
wt everything but the topsofsurroiradhg trees 1 Blair's eyes, when he could not see how dan. ec or ask for Wm. HI air. From that lime her think of him !' cried th okk woman In the more. At length, exasperated 'beyond !230. Territory\OO square mile

to tlat, but for; the indistinct rumble of wheels gcrous might; be the result of these all-faacin- letters came occasionallr until Mr. Hilliard passionate grief! control, tbe infuriate republican, drawing I William, King of WuTteosberg. was born
and the various sounds that now and then camefrom ating powers on a young and romantic spirit died, and then no more was heard of Marionor Blair with kin words, and her pistol from his pocket, rushed towards Ln- September, 17i. He ascended the throne 1 VI

the great city of cities, this place might like Marion's. But he had such entire trust Oliver. boy dun round her n caressingly, until martine, exclaiming : "Thou art nolrur patriot October 30, 1816, aged 35. Government, ij
< lave been in some far distant country solilode. in her love for himself and thought so highly Now, we know well that, according to the Iario' encitetnent passed away, sh ," pointed the weapon at the head o the limited monarcby,vritb two chambers. Pop. 1
Trees bending with ripe apples, |peach. of his cousin, that he never inspected Direr general role in stories like this, the wronged I was able lo lIlt of Ihr past and present. minister. What binders m from taking clarion 1,634,654. Territory 7,568 square
: 1 glowing amidst their green shelter, and '>ne cou'.d! be guilty of any hut brotherly admiration and forsaken lover ought never to forget his She spoke of her husband's death without thy life now-at once upon the instant: t" miles. '4

rich, full-leaved, ripe-fruited mulberry tree, : for the girl. who was to be his cousin's early attachment, but lo lire and die devoted tears ; letting fall no reproach or complaint.Yet & ride be, with redoubled' fury, as the calm j I There are, besides 26 other German Pr a. .

| adorned the garden ; while climbing over the "ift"ud the idea that Marion should think 10 its sad memory. Yet in real lifo this is Blair nt'ede no explanation to guess that ,, glance! ." met bis eye. I Your own (,I cipalities, Grand Duchies, Langtaffnes &c.,
elffuhioned house, the fragrart clematis.I of Oliver: except in this sisterly way, never not so. The bitterest heart sorrow, if hope. Oliver's was a blessing. And now she I I eonsccncf" Coolly replied the minister, "and i' some in the form of absofnte and others limited

Hoor'i 'night blooming cereiw' of sxvect memo once crossed his mind. We acknowledge that less is not beyond the influence time's heal :j jng bad con home,'feeling that the mortal arrow thruler u5te.ness of such an outrage ; for j I monarchies. Tberer are also in Germany,

ery- hook down its perfumed shower of. such unsuspecting confidence i is rare-tery band ; and a loss which death or any was in her own heart, lo lea\.t her )boy with should I full, there will still remain my col. j Bremen, Hamburg, Frankfort, Lubee fire. *
f white blossoms and aMured the few wander- j' rare ; but it is from weak and changing love other cause bad made irremediable, K, after I'i those who knewhis; mother. She had 'learn j leue,1o to a man, hare resolved to de: ,! cities which are separate and repub q.. .,4. p

ing beet of autumn. I j'i that jealousy springs perfect love knows no he lapse ofa few )ears, forgotten, or at feast i ed Blair's after history, and guessing from the I j I rather submit violence, or to rt'tur I I Isabella II. Queen of Spain was born October : .ts1
In this beautiful garden strolled tho two i j distrust ; and racb love was William Blair's remembered without pain. It is uncertainty, letter be wrote to her on her father's death, I' lo 1ecles anarchy of'93." The word 10, 1630. She ascended the throne a'sa

loven-.for thai such they were was evident J I! for his Marion.I and the mingling of still lingering hope in (he ,I! that he felt uo anger against her, had told her j I had tb cfleet of calming for an I I I September 29, 1833, aged 3 years. The government _

: from the young man's earnest, almost whisptring !! Thus, even when following bi. profession jitter cup, which make it so bard lobe borne, child le go to bins a their only friend. fury Lxgrange-he dropped the weapon is a limited monarchy with a legislature '5

tone, which noman ever uses save: to I as a barrister, he set off on the circnit-his and which keeps I the wound from healing. Blair spoke of removing her to a better :I which be heM, and turning pale es death, his (the Cortes.) The population is 12236,941. ,- i3.5 5
| tie woman he l loves, or pretends to love. first parting from Marion since they had been Thus, when Marion's union with Oliver bOle, where she would he more carefully at. !1 eye qtiatled before the steady gaze o f>amar- Territory, 176,480 square miles. ;
I f And Marion, too, in her answers, pronounced I declared lovera-William felt not the slight.est had forever parted her from himself William's tended to. \' tine, he muttered between his teeth : "Thou Religion Catholic # i'

!I his na.me--tbe common but ever sweet name regret that Oliver Cbadwick still lingered heart grew in time less full of anguish. Tohe : No,' said Marion, and a flush of lingering art no a true republican, nor R patriot ; but I Maria II, Queen of Portugal was born A. :

: ef William.-with tbat lingering, loving into. in thn neighborhood, but was rather glad utter hopelessness of his love war added prido came acr.1 her 1,0W. I am not so verily believe Ibo art an hone man !" and priM, 181U. Ascended the throne May 2.

: nation,which nukes-eren a I less pleasant word that Marion and her father would occasion. he conviction of the unworthiness of its ob. poor a that-I have enough to last m my then sank again upon his scat at tb council 1820, aged 7 years. Government, limited

sound: beautiful, when filling from affectionate ally hue a visitor to enliven their dullness ject ; end this feeling contributed to restore I poor remnant of life ; but prwmisc me to take boar trembling iti every limb, apparent. i monarchy, with one chamber Population,

Kps. in his absence. Marion' feelings it would his peace. A virtuous heart cannot long feel care ofmy Henry.' I Is wit the effort of rnion- I I 13550000.: Territory, 31,000 square miles.
William Blair's affianced wife was much be impossible to analize : they were so con. love when esteem has fled. And yet though 'I will'said Blair, earnestly. And now I which he had given way. It Religion, Catholic. 4 _r. *

younger than himself at least ten yura.He .- traJictory, she bardly could understand them his grief was healed, William did not entirely must think of you. Emma-that i i. my wife his neighbor, L. Causidere, managed to seize |I Switzerand: is a Republic with a diel.I .- r
had known her all her life ; had fondled I berlelf.! She wept at parting with her I lever f rget Marion. He thought of her wnb sorrow -shall come to see y.'u to-morrow.' the pitolhich he had placed! beside him, j Population, 2,135,480. Territory, 17,208

her on hit knee when an infant, bad watched I it might be with a feeling of lf-reproach at and pity-but she was his idol no longer. Marion shrank from this proposil" But and by his presence of mind saved the Astetn- j I square mites Religion, Catholic and Protest !
the fairy.like, graceful child grow up into the her waning affection for him ; and then Oliv. After many years, when be had reached what will she think of me ?--does she know ? bly from a dreadful catastrophe, for in the tant. -5 r

buutiful girl, until he could hardly tell tbe er came, and read to her, and talked to her- middle age, William Blair married. The pace ofa few moments Lagrange arose, and Charles Albert King Sardinia born Oc i :
j p period when bit affection for hit pet and play. talked about William too-until her heart wife he chose was most unlike Marion. She 1 She knows nothing-shall know nothing with\ the most frightful yells and howling, bean ober 2d, 1799, aacenm1'dtLeibrene April 27, \* ;

t Mow' changed into his love for the woman I lightened.A was not beautiful,scarcely pretty ; but her fine except that you ate my cousin. And now ; to rend his clothes from bis back, and tear 1831, aged 32. Government absolute mon. ',*

,I II Ir I *bam he wished to make hit companion for few weeks passed on and Marion grew mind and gentle spirit invested even an unworthy f..rowel; forget1 all the"past, f J rp that I the flesh from bit bsm until the Moo archy. Population! 4,109,000. Territory, -1 1.
I |% And Wm. Blair did not woo in vain ;; alarmed her own feeling. She said to her. exterior with their own purity and was OHM year friend-your friend. pirtcd faith, all lL, uttering the ft 29,930 square miles. Religion Catholic.
II it would hare been strange if he had ; forAt self that she loved William still ; but when loveliness. There was little romance in tbe And Blair kissed with brotherly regard, the earful imprecations and blasphemies. In an Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany, born

I high qualities of bit mind, and bis pleasing she laid her bead on her pillow at night-that attachment between William Blair and his baud that ..held out to him ; spoke affectionately instant: tb whole Assembly was ;in an trproar October 3, 1797, ascended the throne Jon '

\.J. looks and manners were calculated to win I moment when whatever may bate been the wife-allthathad passed away with the bloom 'I to tbe child, and went away lo his -the- terror of the scene was greater than 18[ 1>tt3, agedJ8 Oorfmtw tbsofirfe.-' 3

sly girl's beart-even one EO light, almost II I wanderings cube day,the thoughts always fly of their youth ; for she to bad loved befote own home. words can describe. It was evident hat the Population, 1,436,79&. Territory, 8,302 sq. .t ,
| Doughtiest, at that of Marion Hiiliairl, the to what i ia nearest and dearest-then it was and vainly ; still there wax a strong, calm, He kept his promise ; and it wa not until fierce exciteme/it of the last few days bad miles. Religion Catbolie. '

spoiled child ofa widowed father. Hers was not the face of her betrothed but of his cous. trusting affection between (he husband and years after, when Maion.. branty had long lurnt the brain of Lagrange, and produced a Pius IX. Pope of Rome, is the temporal sovereign 3T

[ &at pliable nature, which, under the guidance in that rose up before her and her lips mur. wife, which made their present life happy, mingled with the dust, that Blair his gen- raging madness. He was secured with of the Slates of the Church. Bora

fa firm and noble character, might be mured I he name not William but of Olio and caused them to look forward to a peaceful lie wife uf the ties which onee bound her t? difficulty, and borne to a tiiaiion dc 60ne at I Dec. 23, 1792. Was elected by the Colleger ii,

| Moulded to any good ; and therefore it wastUt lovely old! age. Two children 'p him. And MrsBlair's sweet and compassionate Monmartre, where he now remains, I believe, of Cardinals, June 21, 1846, at lhe age o(54.

-.11--- .rnr-. -I..m,4-. -- ,-.,-... 1..... .r....y"'l"._ r I"I.' It. _ao-_ ver.It i ii ever sad: to tract tie change of a faith- home, and b them still doser together, nature regretted not ton a moment, outrejoiced still( Z raging maniac. Elective i sovereignly.; Population,2,732,439. .,
she wat ia early youth, bound by such less heart. Ono would din believe that b lo e until both loked en their frt lore a* a morning that her cares had soothed the dying Territory; 17,043 square miles. Religion,
lies to a like Wm. Blair. cloud. moments of I the 'Jromnn her b*,riand had once Cllt boIic. :
man can never change neer grow cold ; and yet The Flight of Louis I'/millppe.-Truiy, the
/ Mr. Billiard and bit only daughter lived in alas for frail human nature, it does both ; but I have had a visitor lo. :J-a stranger.' lo.td. And when Inw hew tenderly and running away of Louis Pbilippa from Francewas Ferdinand H, King of the Two Sicilies',

retired suburban cottage we have spoken not with all. Let us at once come t? the said Mrs. Blair, when her husband returned fatherly be reared UI to manhood the sou of a ridiculous a it was cowardly ; there born January 12 1810, ascended the throw
,f; seeing little society, for the old naval of. truth-that lung before William's return his ; one winter evening to his d'ferfnllwf and Oliver and Marion, nuking no ditlrrnct beiween does not appear; to have been lie slightest November 8. ", at the age- of 2O 60 o :4I

leer wat averse to much company, anti only place in Marion' heart was given to Oliver. ',they were sitting together in that pleasant Henry Chadwick ut.d own !. danger lo the person of ihe poor doll-headed ernment, limited inouarebj. with a CCJIIII
, t cared to tee Wm. Blair' who cam*, as might Silently, slowly, and byroeank which he well hour between dinner and tea, when idleness dren, the wife felt not one jealous pang but I monarch. The Paris Charirari says : Population; 7,7SXi5O. Territory, 41,531
U expected almost daily. Marion might knew how to employ, Chadwick had stolen and confdtntiala1k seem to come naturally. rather loved and revered the more the noble A single remark will prove better than a square miles. eli:; Catholic.
regretted this seclusionbut her heart and away the girl'a afirctiou from her first patting: on nature which had been wronged so sorely, and thousand commentaries that Kings are dead There are also Uucbies in Italy-Parmav : -

lS ejaU were too full of her love to care for love. To young do him jUitice however, he did not the fender, an ac which brought uo frown toMs which bad forgiven and forgotten 1 much. utterly extinct In '*!, the first King thai Modena, and Maui ; and the Principality oC
wife's brow. 'Indeed-was a lady or dethroned uneasiness) and be Monaco. Neither should we forget Ibe suwJfl
My tocietj but bit. Therefore whea he told commit this wilful and great sine as many do ; i was inspired ,
f thit cousin Oliver, hit old arhool-fellow, idly to gratify his own vanity. When he first gentleman ?' 'm SlllTIOS.-S/ilg ]Juer.tTEltrc was guillotined. In 1830, the second King Republic of Sail Marino in Italy, witfclttOO'inhabitants

** *tt coaiing on a visit to him, Marion saw Marion aDd for some t time after, be I A J"ntem Lu one very young-a / fon a Jete Camargo, I whom the people deposed, was escorted to the -and that of the Ionia Maud,

**m er jealouN of any one who would pot. would have .ru k from the accusation that Leautifu IJO 10 years old ; be would .MarrK..-.-- -- --. r sea-side aud a strict watch kept over him until with 208,100 inhabitants in the Jfedilerraaean .
*4y Uke W 11iam". thoughts and time awaythan he iiatendedwinni.glaer. heart. But yet when go away without seeing Jouand 1 I "I have just returned from a most melancboly be had set tail from the snores of la belle under British protection.

*Jhtr, talher, pleased at the prospect he felt kis own weakness, and knew that her went down and spoke to him. his scene. Seven tditr were sentenced France. In 1849 ike people: treat the ex-Kiup Otho, King of Greece, wu/ Lena June 1, .5
J leta'l firs with sublime dwAra. .tbey give themselves lSI: lie ascended the throuewMay 7, 183
DeW race. gentle eyes were stealing away the duty br name was Henry Cbadwick, and that his mother lo death fo ree were -
Thiid tuac peopb 1 continued their walk up owed to bis cousin, be did not fly from the wanted to see a Mr. Blair who lived brought out, kneeled on their coffins, and no trouble whatever concerning him. Th iged 17. The government i i.a. Limed mon- \

tIN garden and then retted in the temptation which soon Became irresistible, here. thought it strange, but then I remem were sh t. Tbe other four were len brought King goes witheroaverhe will-no one look- inch, the population OvJSsO Ok Territory,

***r lwue William again referred I until Oliver reined thai at all risks, could Ire your mother's maiden name was Chad kneeled, bandage tied ois eyes after him-no paint are even taken to a certain 10,206 sq. miles. Relij oB,, Greek Cborei.Abdu .,
to his *nianoke of Lis talents bit bril. he succeed in gaining her, Marion should so it might be some relation ; and the forwar.words' ready present !'-and-glori. if ha does go or not. A few days afer l Mejid the Bubo J TurMy,". I
Iiu&
) vainly strove to alter be not bit cousin's wife, but his own. Fo boy seemed i resolute, that I asked where -out newt il waf the poor fellows were re.priere wards tome rerrt that he it deal and ibi born April 20. 1823. He aseed.dtbtIroae
1Iarioa Pftjodia againtt him. The young ibe lime Oliver wu sincere; iu hUUve.M be his mother lived, and promised that you should Theylall! sto it like majort. One reply if, '* Ab !! Others affirm that tbe. poD July 1, le39, aged )&. AHlaie aarcb,

i1t.ugkj. It earnestness.on did not ibink that fciib, once broken way be 6.' faintt fvbcn bandage was laken devil it very well,ai d.the reply u still Ah !" paktion. .45,000.. 1.." 183,1401,

b y meAt h pleading at that agreeable broken again aDd that fickle heart is of lit. While Mrt. Blair explained this tbe flick from bit eyes I i No one caret to be assured whether be be i Religion Makomedaa. .
1..t taceqceon that the eipecte dead alive. At little uneasincs U felt at : The foiege-inj outJii possesses unusual ia.I .
"Nonrwt, onlj or
fcere
you bare learned to tie raJue. : fire had sunk into red ember, or she troop
ssVtyeaId erin 'ictnri until: further if he had never been in existence !I. It i ipotiible II teJeat at the prewat rnne, arid will suieE1 1M.
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ups w llMid the From childhood Oiircrr Cbadwick bad ner. have teen bow William's countenance to go wi.not I cefexeoce..
eely becooiing serious Marion lifted controlled bt abe But bad the to I' ppreu a King and a whole djr u a matter
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1 1 *t :; J1m 1/si .1uglUllI L'.uutttwnalst.- people of Ihe Irfriiitriet Jet ire .//c. let them TEXAS. From_the AVio Or/ran Delia, "iI H- FOREIGN NEWS.I TIrE iJl

f: **1.I!2-1 THE FLORIDA RESOLUTIONS. hare ii-but i they do n(1 ,,; i it .the AUSTIN, Texts March 17, 18(8. .TER'FROM ..MEXICO.Bylthe From thf Char It tt on Courier.ARRlVALOFTtfESIIIPDtCHESSD'ORLEANS.. FLORIDIAIf"I.
8 -1i 5J t [?. ..** The rrsolutions of the Democratic State most ms of all Alma,tyranny to impose The present Legislature! Texas ia equal good steam New Orleans, Edward .

: 4\f i I V*. fourrniion of Florida held on she 26tb uJt. it upon tftrru"This in talent to any that has aver been collected Auld, master to whom w* present our thanksfor .? V s A 1.0..." -
J is doctrine which it is from Ibis State. There ia his and kindness we hare reccir.i Three Days Later. -
nR : I ; "' tfffjtc* fo &\''fjr $$11 tbe territories re.P I the.only upon some sparkling courtesy .
r '\. ." susie the principles cmbodird in the Reso. possible for I tk.1l Democratic party' to stand for j j talent, and much good hard sense, but per. ed our files ol papers and letters from the city To the ylgilanl; att"ntionofour Baltimore Saturday, April 297 1848.DlOCftAT1C ;

3: : !' .. 'tiCnl elbe Alabama: Ueinvcralic Conreu. a r"nnl- I the doctiin (,Cnsit, DiJa.,I ha pa 'too mucb laxity ofmorals.! There il not Mexico to' the olh of April, and from Vera Telegraphic agent, we are indebted for the I

,! ,;., ; : (.on on ,lr subject. fiekinson, Buchanan, (South of 36$ lIt !|I" tithe of the disposition in thIs! body that Cruz |k>'the .h. important intelligence which follows : Yf)3I1YAflig
:. ", i I.: i'. Our tieus in reference I.) ihe Alabama iliuJe,) and ihq hotl Northern Jmoral', !i j there was in the last, to repudiate .tb*- ul>lie Wo learn from Capt. Au'd that the New The packet ship Duchess D'Orleans has arrived -

I :;: I'' : :::. resolutions have l>een aheadgiven.. Our whose voice i i.i K>n to be beard I. J'I debt, though I regret that no genera) 'lawn Orleans arrived at Vera Cruz on ThursJuy at New-York from flint, bringing FOR noycltot" or ru mi A :

') ', ;; ..: u'aJlr,'i lernemberthat} we ITM>M heartily tional Convention.; t 'j! have been passed making prorisinn foi its 6lh.} i iISt., 73 hours from New Orleans! nnd.landed three days later news than that previously received GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY.

: t : u1dcon.alt'Hdur5d! \\'utDn.Jpedgi! We cannot but( (think that tbe. po$,ibt!t efffCthich t plllm uI. 8'rer\lllrojccls have bt'en.inlro. her distinguished passengers, Gen by the Hibrrnia. sea co.ioacn:
;.: ''a "*: '. O : pt $itiono. of Conttitutional milit! result to the prospects of MessrsN I I duced, but none, so far, seen to have met with Kearney ard the Hon. Mr. Sever, amid sal. The date of sailing from Havre, or time of WILLIAMP.DUVAI,.
r' 3. '0 ..;" right! therein f5UU set forth.; We arn happy fo I ( D.illa Dickinson) and Iltichanan for the success. Tbe list Lhlalure"ould entertain vw artillery from the castle, the frigate, and arrival at N cw.York is not mentioned. She .

I ri-,J j .*; :.. .'t. ;"I have the tyiNpatby!I the co.oper Presidency ban: unconsioulJ influenced ihe no proposition of the kind. I think the the forts in the city. was advertised to leave Oil the 21th ul.! but ro* ".I., r1lfTUI. rx.xcroa:

t' !I ,. ation: a 11J ihe zealf(' mJcflhe Democratic Banner. Its deter us next will do wLit it ought, judging from the Gep. I c.1rneJ'Vas installed Governor of may have been detained beyond that time.The. .- GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS Of&.J .

t $ : ; |I'r :>s of llio Snulhinihe _Hpj ortolirioite poll from wholly dissenting from the position that feeling exhibited by thi i". the State on Saturday; the 8th, and was to absence of date is the tesa to bo regretted CHARLES II. DUPO 1.. Of GadtJ,..

:S 1"j : ., t The lime ,'al when \ve would not ib. I'rriloi,, can assume* to themselves 1 Austin is one oft lie most delightful kites in rerievv the troops in and around the city on as the intelligence is not ala commercial JOHN MILTON, Of Jackson CVlUltI.A .

: ;i.. fr a rNm.u' have doubled that on $this s-.ili. higher authority than Congress poses es o. Ihe woild and healthy withal. Whether the Monday, the lOib inst. Our Commissioner, nature, merely giving the heads of the political .
r I, r j .' j'Cl the S uth tvould hate 'had but onp ()pIIl.1k ver the q-irjiiun% of slat! 'cry. From the moment rat of government remains here after 18:0. the fl m. Mr. Sevier. left Vera Cruz for the news. which is of a must important char. ln In EtropcjErrrj

-4 .' ,.';' inn-that so fara that queti<:was l'pf<,re us territory is :cquirrr by this country, in a question of much moment, undoubtedly, capital: on Saturday.lhe 8thescorted by Capt. acter. An express steamboat was employed tiniest (from Europe brings newt o/ lbe
f I'* .- .*: Ihe dutiiiclion of( Whig and Democnitic would: I and becomes the property o( this country, it I I I to (tbe interests of, ihe city ; 'but in my estimation Ti! hrnan'. comnnu:and. to bring the papers from the vessel.A highest interest. Since the breaking out ol t';

(V .' .: .'" '.' I I.ei . :" ..' .\.\.nt1. \ a\v Ifl-. .l"j.rita- ;. IriQutiOli_! e I TLK OF TIIK KMK\L ST\TKS.: Tt.n r'i'iihioclure case. Settlers are opening farms in every I the American flag Irma the main Plaza, where and the King and his Ministers have been im has been shaken by the strongest eommoti,, Akl

'. : 't :" : : l.ailfd tin-in at thr repetition of p'/sili.ws \alrcadr / attnchrs: from that moment to the direction adjacent l 10 town and planting! corn, I the'election was held during the day but he prisoned. The Princo has made his escape, dkation. dethronement insurrection*, and procb-

: ,." taken by other Southern! Conventions, I Southern people-the sUve-holders! u joint cotton and sugarcane, all of which produce declined. Ho was also called upon to deliver and taken refuge in EI1: ''nnJ. nations of Republics are almost dij] occurretx
to with their slaves the It is alaO! fins for cattle thf public buildings in the, The revolution in has r.roved The rising of the French
t ,... :. tttid a embodying the lius Sluth.r ground owners lollft upon abundtntly. a rann up same: place Lombardy lobs : people eemi but |10 I,,,
!I-.* ." ; '. ---tbc ground. of true Coiuti'ntional: construe- feiritory and enjoy there their properly in I and sheep. A few tears h." prodiic d Urge and this wris indignantly refused. successful, but the contest is said to have j been the signal for a general movement of (Upirfzinj -
:: ; : : :, Joying down the rule! cfju\rice. of: those slaves. Congress cannot deprive them s'ooks, that have cost nothing but she herding. Letters fiom Vera Cruz of date: 31. t )March r been of a most Moody! character. of liberty and equality. Of the more proalllet1C
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1 '*', ,i.j" ..' : r-ghl: (, and of( to the Soutb. We be. ofthnt right. I There is an IiL-hai.in: here tb.it only eight I give an account of the arrival of Major Graham The King of Naples has yielded to the people nations, Spain alone, remain, so far. and stsrb, ._

: ./.. '. ;ilrve that Ihe :.ftI' will not It. and should I Tli question next arises, can the people I years ago commenced !mahfadiizn cows on the Maria[ Burt. Great secresy was all the concessions that have 'been demanded'by she, who hu been the mother of agitation aDd 4 j.

j not be content: with nny rule short of-this-a I of the territory-thejoint( own.rs and partners I which cost $3:. Now I be hal .CH!-; 800head. I observed abosit the landing of Major Graham thcm.England cord for year patl now ret quiet,while Ibe norm
I '' :>:'. rubiLich! ; pusiessebthestrongestConrtitutioa- in this common property deprive the I II Many I similar cases: could be named. There Col. Wilson! forbidding any letters or papers still continues to protest againstthe is fiercely ragin; every where eUc. EnD EajU

t-, t 'j ; al sanction. I I I Scmll.r man after he hasgone with his slaves, is a man I living below, culled! old Ct.Ollp.' to be. taken! from tbe boat until next da"I ,.- .marriage. .. OOIC'. ,. .. TP}:.- .SU,. R. (.to "y nothing. of Ibe trouble of her connectita wiik acI
f .. The Fbi Wa Resnuiinsare! a Mlcvs : I of his joint right ? Can they drive him out of er," who it i; believed has thirty thousand ijnr Graham left at 3 a. m., on Tuesday, '11 is' ncneveu inainoiwiinsianuuig[ me con. Ireland- ) whose con.tai>t boast u of the cietlleact

s i RIAJrnl. That all teniiorv now held by the tenitary or emancipate his slaves! ? I I head of cattle, having commenced less (than under an escort of Deperu's dragoons. Com cessions made to the people J'llbe Emperor of her institution and c.( tbe freedom of her people
'.. .. : ." the United Stales! and all! which be acquired !I th.y can they tan do mot than Congress.- twenty years back with one cow. A prudent Perry arrived at Vera Cruz from Yucatan, on Austria, that bu will finally .bo compelledto stands trembling lest the contagion and force of R.

; .: "' !by conquest, treaty, or purchase may must j! If they can do llrs-:if .thy_ can transcend.the j ji I II careful man! can'l help becoming!!! rich by !raising Monday_ 27lh of March.[ It is reported the abdicate his throne. reign example should embolden the masses to de-

in- ii Mais incir j.m property and toe mverM I I i power ot I'ongiesH K in this one particular lucy stork in tins country. The tact is plain; Government has declined lo relieve him.- The Emperor of Russia bat i issued a ukase uand larger hire ui liberty. In tbe but rrgolat.!
;'I 'J :'. ::authority 0'1 it inu! test in the people! ;. can in nr.other., 'they can do :this, they are -no stalling or feeding being necessary ; neither I The Mexicans took possession of the government ordering the troops into the field because of ed governments all i i. doubt and uncertainly. .

1 -. :, til l ihu te\rial Stales and in II.rmalcu'. I not amenable! 10 CUI.rcss-hfj: aro superior t is the, posseifcion of land compulsory.! of Vera Cruz at 12 m., on Thursday, alliance: (so says our despatch) with the United To Ibe eye of a republican these >ceneia lUoU
4 4. Rcsolm!, That, by the Constitution of I to nnd ) (' nrPII The free range i i. open (to all. Farming, too, :30.h of .March. In consequence' of this, all States, and to PIt a stop lo the flood of world, of which our reader will find details ia

: .., .: the tnifd.lalf: Cun:rcfs is oniy enipouercd I I If they ran do Ibis they ran tiolate other pays tremrndous'y. It is almost incredible, our correspondence will have to pass through I anarchy now prevailing thoughottt Europe. extract from 1 the foreign new, present picitrr rar
: ;L ; 4 t iCt ',1mrdril: for the prrnervalion i[ provisions of the Constitution. They can establish nevertheless a fact that here, where corn can Mexican; hands. A plague! on all armistices, : There had been some distuibunce: in Lyons which Cl; lie mind with Ihe most hopeful *.

b. : /' and d.)pc>sal of such territory as public domain. i j monarch: ,}-they ran raise and main be raised with so little trouble. -less than; at say wr.5! was to he expected, ihe Americans and Havre between the people and the -not unmixed it i is true with doubt sad reflections fart.
.J' I, :tin :rmits-Ifc their (Governors and judicial any other place!' in the world-it is worth one I are grir.wu'lnno'd, and very indig. soldiery i but it was speedily and easily quiet. When we see men struggling for Iheir-
.t: .' L. I" and dollar btibhel. Iiish nant.lo$ lie placed under Mexican] rule. ed. liberties uterting -
.. 5. Rctolccd, That tenitorial ffcrn..liv taxes tlatluif-makc I per potatoes! S3 oO and Manyof the equal rightof all
mankind it i it
; '. arc not known to the Con lillion Io"rnmtul, Ilui. I I tn'alits. lety war and coull act nlances- ., are now brought fioin New Orleans.! FlourS them' declare they will pay no higher taxes The accounts of the Polish Revolution are that our sympathies houL. forth ia bot natural -

4: ipal or corporate and ran rigblfilly claim J, They may though their tfrirori;, orgammiza.t'Ofl I ;i. Butter 'llc.) while cows with calvesare than those that have been paid to the Amcri- entirely confirmed. behalf. Believing our principle go lo be tLtir

': : '.:" 0. erercke no political or libber! poner tlunU ::: do a''!! other acts and things that a sovereign worth 3. Many other articles of provisions can authorities. Col. Loo-r.is left on he 29th There is nothing later fro.-l1 England or desire to see tl em prerail. When France comet *.
I : : i derived I of d. But the leiri- of March with a train, and Col. Black left Ireland. t brain of
'. from the I organic J law .f Congress people may right are equally high. Speaking of raising : the incubus of dynastic and
t. '.' ?:' by which they' are formed. I tories not f"rti n. They are not iude- corn, Mr. Prae, one of the bigjily respectable on the Jal of.April with another. Clark! who The King Bavaria abdicated in favor of the shackle which bound power bunts asunder
her
I down
in dust .
? 6. Rotulced, That the Constitution; confer* pal tlt gUtr, nls. A territorial govern- I delegttion Horn Brazotia.' informed | was condemned to be hung has had his punishment his Maximilian.[ we hail this a* the and ashes
-. ,::: '.. no right upon CHnlcs. to |pnhiil the eiiu- j f! mentis in fact :a mere subordinate! go\.eminent, : me that he has two IlI'grot'5-nlan t.d'ifi'- commuted to twenty years' imprison. Duke Stephen has been appointed Viceroy brighter era. Yet, when beginning of a better and
.; lence of slavery in any territory anti( lliero- 1 holding! to the federal government the rela- that raise never less than loon bushels! of corn ment. It is aid a million dollars' worth of of Hungary. mob has the we see what influence

: .' 'fore Cvngres!can contey no such right to tncinhabitants .1 linn 011 municipal corlorati/ to a Stale.: It each year with their own hand's tk'stl's "per goods let in the train under Col. Loomis.Mr. .- Genoa; has: declared her independence of too upon the counsel of her new ruler,remembering .
excitable
: of such territory; ; and that PnJ !! is not possible tll things forming other laltor.1:11II1Ih white men J well "aatt !leave Vera Cruz on the 31st Sardinia and joined the Italian unity under a we cannot but have character of her great nen.

.' '_', 'ipuati: i) by treaty to that efi*<'ct, i is equally !1 to suppose that the minor or subordinate pow. are so averse to Inftor in this warm climate, | ult.! fur the city of Mexico[ where be intends republican' form of Government. again, when forebodings of evil results. Bit

r : ; .liylation of tbe uaranties of the Cunstitu- 'I'| er CU exercise a power superior to the grea- they endure great fatigue and exposure-camping lo establish the American Eagle." The Four hundred Poles it it said have left Paris I agrd and ber"I efforts sec that her exrerimtnt is enccor.
;-. tjO II I ller-that the subordinate can do an act for- r on tbc low ground! fur month, rather Locomotor, the. Mexican paper of Ver Cruz, to aisist in re volution Izmir Poland. JtreiiRtheneJ by the public opinion .
.I '. ._. I .r of Europe,and that other are following
., ,. ln/t'Cd, Thai cnrL/cjegate-jioine iemocratic I (IlI1C'llo tin* prtiicip.il.; I thin make! a lioii, I. \ : Convention, pmposcd to be held in- I TLe.Banner attempts lo Sustain its position !I (lon, 'for works and month, heems a pleasure, I hal left Mexico! to keep a watch on the guerI were quoted at 33 3.8. ample' we of feel our hopes revive, and uooot but be

; H.llilnf on tic -4.b; Monday in May next, j I by appealing to the revolutionary right of thecitizen. .I without .e.'ing thuds inside! of a dwelling or I rilleros near Ver.i Cruz, where it is said, Ja. sanguine her succejs-
to nomin"lp canJidaTesfrilie I offices of Pi esidsnt I shelter! other than their camp'a lni. They : raula: : Ins: gone, In commence operations in F-011lhe Conttitutionaliit.ARRIVAL It H not in France atone that republicanism I i. asserting -

.. and Vire-Pitsident of ihe United States, j It la)s down the following propo i'ions : learn it 'from t their i i infancy, as do our Northern 1 spite of the armistice. The elections were OF THE SARAH SANDS. its power; and even in many coulif.,Whf:*

.. are 'hereby instructed to Mippoil; no persons i j f'I Tbeie is an inherent right of selfgovernI people! t t.;) labor. There! are two boys, 'held in Vera Cruz on the 9th of April. The SEVEN DAYS LATER.Duchess it:* strength is not yet mature for action,libtnl principles

'\, : fur those olfioes vhoill sanction any attempt t I in every people! coi.v.iluting a political! I not It years of age, that tide every two I Free American says the voters are about 100 have acquired such a bold open the public
', t: i-ilTfere: with, or control the ('qtl.1! right of t I body, csp-cially in relation to their! domestic I. weeks 700) mile on mules! carrying the mail: out of a population of 10,01)0) This beats de Orleans News confirmed tcith the mind .that; their government will: not dart oppototherntelres -

;.' the citizens ofeacb and every State, with their j'!, concern?, not provided for b) a higher authorI I I I from this lo the East and back.: i, Louis PhillippVs fillffragp.lr.. Sevier fias fifrptitn of the failure of the Rothschilds to iU growing current. The noble coo-
.; s'avei or any other property, to remeve to and ''.'. I i The Supreme Court is now in session here left Vl'/a Cruz. and will arrive in Mexico -War commenced in Sardinia-Poland due of the Pope has given an impulse toward tbo
.
... .rcupj territtnyvhicb, now belongs! to the !;I t I Therm'ricnn revolution established the in all its dignity, holding its \SMU in what t'j about the 14th of Xpril. Troops are constant in a stale of Rtf'olulion-l"rtnrh A.nnyon regeneration of Italy and the spirit of librity i* theme

: :'jited States or may hereafter Tin acquired .hlrinr that there an' certain unalienable or |j was recently a grocery, partly cleaned to give I ly arming at Veri: Cruz. The Mexican[ authorities the march Cotton Markets, ijr.Our growing strong-ibe people of dow n-trodden Austria
:
I :. .1'V,\them.whelh"r. such interference restric- :1: Air/A.risrhls which appeitain. to the citiz-n or | it a chance. TLc judges have a raised platform i' have required all strangers in Vein indefatigable!_ correspondent in Bilti- i have so far recnrercd their energies as to force their
: "i'iiis irin>pmeu Iii Congresstirccty- ,tllrulgh I subjects wherever be may be. Among these, I. on which are placed their raw cowhide : Uruz lo report ttiemseive, and renew Ihen r more, has furnished us an outline cf the news worst despots from power and to gain for themselves
I.' .: ;its own acts or mediately through powers con. I was that ho was not to b taxed without rcI ,! (Ch1ir up) seat chairs. The lawyers hate their 1 'letters security, or be fined 330. The Free brought by the S irah Gamls, (we presume the use of a free press-Prussia bat declared herselfa

4. 7 *-J.,;; Itrrt on or conceded to the inhabitants of I presentation. A refused to pass such laws as I,| l acksto..cs! Chillies Slarkies and briefs in .I American complains) much of this order. as the date correponds with the lime she republic-many of the lesser Slates of Germany art J

4 ; territory. j were deemed J by the pcopleoflheCOlOt2ks; es.them front of them on the bar of( the grocery Capt. Naylor has turned over the National was to leave Liverpool) which is of the high taking steps la maintain the rights of the people ;
*
, ,'*.:. in oTutionst, at any rate the first four an clllica m of governme'ni/anf/ (mifl; 'J"1h! ''i\r\ %t lhf81 a 5."ChaWI.- U'f archics, ......., ..10.the....Mexican..[ ..., ...aulhoriti... ,,,, El I est,_ confirming_the_ advices! _brought by: the j and Poland has again reused herself to uaerl her i.I indom. .
: J ., resolutions which : v I 0 taI r .__. ____.I_ .L___ __I__ __ _.,1.__ :__1.1._. :.___._ .__ r __
;... .". an}Southern man, aye, I I thorizcd their dl'stinit into their make. The Govenor still occupies the log litlle. clianco of l' ae.. Tho National!, of Atlixco I failure of the Rothschild Tho despatch I Can'U 'it be "'
J any man North or who will construe bands. hou.e, end for thinks I possible that where there i it such a
one the
".. S.utl. OH I recep'ion, the other for his public tranquility has settled reached the telegraph office in this city a 'little
the Constitution concurrence of effort in favor of nee
fairly accordiug to its terms I 'edo not for a moment gainsay the pro- sleeping room and private secretary. The down and matters arc getting on quietly! after 9 o'clock last evening and is evidently /result trill principle tbo.I
be
r can take just exception. TIle resolutions are po!ition that there are certain unalienable I Secretary: of State is equally provided for, throughout Mexico. written in haste to get it through. It is the otherwise than successful It may bo
hut
; ;. truismt. D.it uben the rights slaveholders ,i rights which; appertain to the citizens or SIll). II!( where he will receive with much bland- The Mexican Bonds.-Tho five only one received believe j ( for a lime there will be trouble confusion sad
are 'nvo'ved' we mu,t to in _you_ : .IIL,_ :_ .. . million: we in this city. anarch"VarJ. --- miY .u.-.-. ._"...".lOW':., ,.V._ .. _.'..:,'._.. u
[ accord the of --J
t. expect encounter j jecl. Wo fully right nn'olu.1 '11.31 ;'.iiuuiaii cUI uo II, fiiiuwmg you mearchiercs uuuar m .Mexican uonus, wmca sue House ol War had commenced in Sardinia, and uie D.
the free States prejudice, and an indisposition ,lion dissatisfied with their '. of the indeedthey aresaij already to have begun-listm*
lo any people gOerment. \ ;: late Republic' if you desire. Manning & Mackintosh expected to receive Austrian troops were expelled.
; .. '" do the South justice. They will coriHne 'I It would be (then and only then I There is no want of comfort in any depart. in discharge of their loan of500,003 to Santa Poland was in a state of Insurrection and and disaster may kifal commercial operation; (kit

... !'** and bem the Soutb in by every restriction that they could excicise the attiibtites ofsoxereign- j ment if of elegan e. There are several dis. Anna-who, at the time was at the head of Russia: was about sending troops south, and it I too. is already Ihe case, -a thousand evils may be theresu'it

It. s; .' human: ingenuity can devise, and every coo. ty. But it would! be a mockery to allow a lingikhed personages here at present. Among I the Supreme Gonrn'11ent-ha\'e been disposed was likely they would be met and opposed by cf the stru; !Ie-yet,through all these diffical-!
I
't'i,:i: cession by the South is an encouragement to I! dependent territory to assume sovereign pow- I them Maj. Neighbor, (the celebrated Indian I of t at 81,100,000() ( ) Tho purchaser is the Prussians. ties. through the daikest clouds which may born

i: farther encroachment upon her rights. I! er and I legislate away the rights of citizens I fighter and peace ,maker,) Capt. Ross and Col. I Sr. B< r\re an. He. pays $600,000 in cash The French army was marching towards over the scene will shine forth a bright conviction
: :*yt'e* tbereforo felt moitificd and as'onUhed claimed under t'.c Constitution of the United Bell.to Mou Eatans, ibo wild man of the Si00,000:, in instalments, and 8400.000 in the frontiers-no doubt to meet the forces of that all will be well in Ihe end; that"Ii r',,'qaal.I .
J ; i wLcn some weeks ago we saw one Southern I' and remain woods and the. bonds. The I ity.and fratcrnity"wilI be vindicated and established
States
: a dependent territory j Hon. Mr. Merely[ in their I latter may possibly be bad for Russia or other hostile powers. I
L.; ,. pre N distingufsbed" for its strict constructions I'' This would! be a solecism in terms. / own sphere, attract equal respect and aliention. 839,000, which will bring the whole cost of The London Grain and Flour maikets: were at last. It cannot but be "o, where so large a portio

? **/j; oftiie Constitution-dutingaisbed for the jealous When a territory has the necessary num. !! I r thus bonds, recently advertised for sale, at dull, owing to the increased receipts and fine or the civilized race U united for man' redempl OL

: if: l '.* watch! _and ward it has kept! upon' Con-_! her inhabitants l and can conform lo the estanliihed j ,The wheels of Government seem now lo be J 750.QOO.-Star. 4th irttf. wralher. The ace sscms prepared for Ibil noble onsummaticl.

.f "1,.. ,..'p,'"UIn1 tncroaCllltn upon tlc riglUS- OI requisitions, she may organize her j rolling .Correspondtncc llU Journal oj'[I Tl.e Governor of ihe State of Vera Cruz in There was no chang in the Manchester The harvest has been long riening,and is now ready
,: theSlates.cJjsto.riijsbed- for ii, zealous advo- !! self into : State: go\'erment-J"pt a Stale .j i Commerce. I!I a despatch dated' Februiry 21. says to the and Leeds markets. for the sickle; and the reapers are going forth prepared

jUt L : ', racy of rights peculiarly Southern: disappro. j I con ilution. and apply for admission: into the -- .- I. Minister of Foreign Relations that he has received The Woollen market was somewhat bet. lo gather in its blessed store There i i. no
; vingoftl.e Alabama! Resolutions a* claiming i Union. She can. in this way if admitted, elm rlpo11.lwcr of the Delti.YKHV by the national courier the circular to I Cr. republican *o base as not to wish them a rich and

f':..; too much for the South in reference to I be I!. rio.torn the petition .,f a subordinate to that C'Brz. April 3, J818.Infoimation the (:'"';,rlor.. of the Stales, having far its object MARKETS. proud consummation of their labor
; *!ar rrj That prt* s is the Southern ; In ihe dissolution! The effect our of the disturbed
; question. j jol a sovereign. her sovereign position was received here on Saturday of the Union: emanating: upon own country
'r; Banner. had hoped that the position she could! then establish abolish or modify,. iho I l&t instant, that (;en. Santa Anna i from iho Vice Governor of San Luit ; that if J.irt'7'oolpri 3.-Cotton-Bowed is state of affairs in Eurepe will, of course for a tins
.; .. then takrn was hastily taken, and. would! not j the institution slavery, a of all political I had arrived that day with his lady and daugh- I I ibis functionary flu committed this offence quoted at1 a 4fd ; New Orleans 3J a 3 1-2 at least be unfavorable. Derangement of businesS
I.J.: I -sales of Ihe week
'; ;.; I I.insisted upon lJ'.t> we are m: ra I.fn. In I and social ins'iSutions: within her limits, i! ter, at his hacienda at Antigua liO miles! from against the Constitution, the Stales which have 20,000 balus.JournalSf there, must,so intimate are our commercial relation

.t i:'::. its issue of the 13h: inst., it publishes (the a- I provided it were done in a way not to disturb I II here, ese-orle.l 1 by Capt. Tilgham, (of the been heard from have all disapproved and .'[ with her principal States produce a. similar result
; Extra
1 cuenltT .lpril21 11 P. ,'.t.ARRIVAL
; hove resolutions of the Democracy of FJ\ i. 1 j I I vested rights, or impair the obligation of con. I, Light Artillery, District Columbia! and Mart I cflndeinned his conduct ; that the State of hrre. This is already felt. It is not improbable
;: \ .: } ra: and denounces" them as &utivisc and disJlus : tracts. Until I.owcver, this position is attain- ,: land Htgirr.
I .r vrgazithg. I I I ed.., she could exercise no power which i!I AnnnV- -I.lnr'n.:..-- .-, ..,,......I.. ...;..,.. 1 Art. .il.. .v 1'VV. n u..' !! nr'w .r.r..f..r the- i tnrl.itifn'-'- .-. ...._ -onI.. Q.---"!..,. "h".."u...- Further disturbances in Eliron 4 --.-pf"fr1I'en- --c---- I that we ttill h. hrnrfittpd-nth'r.than- made---- to-- nCif---
? .' )position \\e tlink111y, untenable WIJUt be incoQipcttnt for the higer authority I clock )tcsterday! your humble servant, with ance to I he Government, of tho good feelings of Republicanism.The much. Our position of neutrality. wiU be of put

.; tb.% and fatal lo SoulLer rights i meet with I Congress lo eS8rc e. three others, proceeded to pay our respects, of the people towards it, and believes that the Acadia reached Boston on iho 24ib, advantage to our trade. But, however this may bo.
'
:: 1. aJ' famr The Southern Banner should be I i &c. After riding at a fast pace fur I Iwo hours, conduct ol (Iho administration is patriotic and with Liverpool dates to the 8th inst., bringing we now feel secure to work out our destiny ia oar
..: .; t: careful lutt) it be not mislfd by tile seductivecharm By a Pficaie Lltr!rtm-Rome. we are informed we arrived at the river Antigua, at which pure-that .lull confiJence is placed in the Five Days later intelligence than was receiv.ed 0'1911n\ ; and i Mexico shall obstinately persist i ia

:". :::. outs mOt(, MVTCAL COYCISION.- that, in connexion \ill diplomatic relations place! \entered a nanow, path, :and continued present Government ; that the present transaction by the Sarah Sands. war. we thai I have no reason to apprehend European

.i:.,.' TUB crsios or DEMOCRATS FOR THE &.\1 or between the government of the Uni. our pace through the chaparal, until we pending between the United States and I The Telegraphic despatches are exceeding interference in her behalf, as some bare done here
..:.; ; : TUB UMOX," to be willing to concede more ted Stales and the sovereign pontill, Mr.1 Coop. arrived at a small!! village and were informed Mexico' is approved by this State, and that it I indefinite and unsatisfactory. As far as we tofore.
S .r: &:: f than the Union is worth lo ihe South. A er, United States: Senator, now in Rome had 'that the one opposite' was A tigua. We theM is his belief that (he result will be honorableto can understand them, they read as follows :

.. '.'':. constitutional rigId bould! not be conceded by an interview with his holiness-that the Pope swam our horses over the liver, and rode to the nation.-El Monitor. General commotion continued throughout U hat ha* Become of the TAylov Men r*

..;;: :'; ;% the South on any consideration. The South' received Mr.[ C. with great distinction-and the only brick house in the place ; and foundon The Monitor of the 22d ut.: says : Be. the Continent.. and the friend_ _u__ of__ _RpnMl.liin__,,__.__.. Thi., _.. 'i"n rw'p'....".. .'iw..vu....; -:'l''Ut''uuu. ___.__ L VI_ ,.1.It'_-u

..,. ,. committedthat one great error in the Missouri cheerfully .senled to.n. interchange of the our entrance the Senora Sani. Anna- Iweene. (pnljv!--j nml_u_ fnlai.- -'-: j w.<_>.-."..... .ii....i...t......,-.. institutions were pressing forward with much I bilefd1.ain Clay Whig paper,and is put forti
:. >::,. Compromie.Vo bops the will never most 'friendly diplomatic intercourse between :. smoking a cigari'o.! We were: introduced by I and Senators 'left this city for Queretaro, and zeal and considerable success. a most cruel air of triumph-

ii ,.. repeat the error ; for when the practice of11' I the two nations. Our correspondent informs Capt. Tillunan. Senota Santa Anna was it is certain that by the last of the present Tho recent news in regard to ihe insurrection "It is a fact worth, r.f note,that every whig meeting
concession begins it ill! be it us that the Popq is, in principal, sturdy Republican month there would! be in this State far ban ,
as 1,8 been, I very plainly and simply dressed iagured a sufficient number of ii: Lombardy, is fully confirmed. so declared for Clay and a
&':*"' all on 0110 side. The North concedes! nothing and that, if his coronation oath per. muslins with \'ery short sleeves. Slue wore members at that place! to commence the session The King Sardinia at the head of 30,. Convention What ha* become ot the Taylor near
; : lo the South on the shave question.' She mild it, ho would! build! up in his dominionsa no ornamen's of kind of'Conre' $"." 000 Alas, it is too true The TAYLO balloon ha*
small n.en, was
nee any except a very warring against Austrian- _.,, .. .. .. .
;. erbai and purely democratic constitution.( is hisinltnliol .lI .A .1. .I I 1.;.....
; :: aba never "'i. It ".a an err I watch and cosily chain. SIll is very handsome CrT(1J--- -.' .\\trt._....(',., .I n..a.f: '., .laiO : forces had been defeated and .put( to flight at all
'
.. ,.: lo have conceded ; ; In ktnr1! InV .*liin ... r practically. the Wilmot I of a Ji:!ht complexion, and evidently= no CDS, D.LT.Tht.'r.: is but liulc talk of an point
-F Pr".isu jotion in the Hill I disagreeable! .io our people! ,non' of his mostdislinguUhed ; than ma it it clean gone, and the leading Taylor
Oregon The Italian
20 orfU
f .. q'J as4fcome' more years of age. 1 he General, adjournment of(be Court of Inquiry, and it is Dutches in open r..ht'lionIRadaliki.
.f our Southern members did, by voting f for Cardinal 1 Archbishops as Charge I being at the lime in bed could;; not .' distmi,b. not probable* that, fiom the number of witnesses !, unable to maintain bis position, and there, (the Montgomery Joanna,) eonfeu that
:':._. the liill: (bough it espress'y: forbade the intro.cuction d'AfTares.-aV. 3' S n. ed. So uo had to remain until 4 o'clock, the to be (examined that it will soon ad. compelled to capitulate.In tha no-partyism which it boasted ol as *o ornwhelraing -

I, ; ,. : : of slavery! into that trrritorJ. Fortu. ---- hour appointed for his appearance. j'Mirn. The general impression here, since Baden, Wuitemburg and Saxony the m that democratic Slate, has died am*.

: i ::. lutely, the niI Sen&tt. olutionists Confidence who in the Prople.Wllfn the rev. As we bad to wait an hour, we czijo3ed the tc! publication| of(he new* of time ratification people hud been entirely triumphant. Saxony and that it will be difficult to awaken it again, ere"
.
and it is to I e hoped that! the South \\ ill not had forced their won the Republic! for France interim by walking through the \'II] age. Not of the tieaty, is that a speedy peace will fol. had declared in favor of Republicanism. if Gen. Taylor should be nominated by ibo ffbifContention.
in'o
.?.. again. be induced to make so onesided J a con- find In/I__ .t .rlii.!way llm. n r\a_rtrnat.the.. .>Palais> .!,f '..*_Royal.__. IAthliti a house 1.utVII filled u ill_,h_ inerrillernx.,_ ..n. _. _. _nod._ low-tie| intelligent Mexicans arc sanguine of! Hanover and Russia sending armies against And so in other Stale*, if we caa be-
i :. CC4JIO -- u -- nl' .n u. t'IICriU all armed with sword like il. At latest surrounded nations for t the of 1i.ve the representation of whig Ibenuel"-
t ii.. t. : one of Louis shaped a carving our dales from Querelaro it required purpose opposingthe paper
Philipp'a
: ; :: The Whig press of ibe South bas been encountered the General's aides-de-camp: knife. On our return, tIe General was up but fifteen Deputies and three Senators republican movement. Even in Baltimore, for *o long a time the bead
they
r : from lady, a "urn and dressed be received with 10 make France and the quarter of Taylorism, a Whig City Convenlioa |
: decoded its proper SoutlUI positions an ol dignified deportment and ; us much cour. a quorum, and it was thought that tranquil, republican feelingon \ /
'; under tbe strong ilfutnce ( party .ncy. the had for her stature whom tesy, and laid be teccived more kindness and i hey would arrue and proceed to business l iho increase. cenlly unanimouily proclaimed Henry Clay to by
0 ..... The great '\'hig party o( th* country 1 seems general but the espoused of rare beauty, alt ulioll, fiom the Americans in adversity withiti (three cla, s. The Chartists of England; were in open defiance their first choice for President. The Taylorilc b<-
being daughter a fisherman
Jt" resolved lo place itself. in ttn attitude 8113g/I (t'nuiville.; ** My friends "poor she of than from his own counlrJnJen. lie was 'I The, papers from the interior are full of of the government.The gin now lo talk about a compromise candidate, although
;\: 1li"3Ito; the South, and Mr.I Clay hat almost a. I trust have not here (exclaimed dressed in a brown linen frock coat whit accounts' the operations of the Americans: in disturbances in Ireland continued, the we see that in Wuhingtoa andfcor cfibrtx
: 4I. openly thrown himself into arms oflhe Abo.Iitioni you como to offer any pants vest, and neck cloth, and a pair of pol the Siuttt of San Luis Potosi. El Progie5so people were boisterous and demanded a republican being made in high quarters keep their battered
"' .is. In his 'late proclamation! assign injlJrJ'o uf myself or my husband. I am not ished boots-the one on the cork-leg was alight says : *.4A severe conflict took place on the form of government. craft afloat awhile longer. The quid 0oncs de
.h but
;: -:.. ing: his reasons why be will consent to run a. one )our I Ih fine ladies doughier of the fit. Capt. Tilghman read the article in Itilh March at Rnsa'es! about 60 miles from No Cotton news. dare** say a Washington letter of the 10th ia tboifison
then
; gain thrthe Piesidencr he people: romJelf confidential onniir the Delta, (which I carried alon .} of the Chihuahua: be.livpen Txrri A th., n M, n/1.w npht! l *f. Major -
i lfie
in all ? rev. ._ Amerirwn__ __, _niwl. Ilt.v
,
say : I ,,.. .. ._ .
except l.rnfoi-ti/.n. III I-III I. 'n n'
l ._ \ \ .. .;. .Hnt... .. ? 1. a' '-
"r' t .;. ""IU.. lUlU .e I. IDe un'l UUUIIICIU J baud-;; ;I'be' -is' confined- to his bed" by'illness."'} UUI" olution! in Paris, which was immediately) translated ican troop' The Governor of the State, and 0:711 i In said that (he wife of Louis Philippe Bliss, Pendlelon of Virginia, Stephen* of Georgia

mal tL.al can get the vote oldie Aboiltiunists4tt Tne baud were struck with the boldness by a Lieutenant present. The General all the officers in ,the action were taken priboners. urged him to mount his horse, place himselfat sad Criltenden of Kentucky, were. Ut three
:: lithe Noilb. It is the opinion of at 'least one I the of the merely shook his head and made no com The conflict commenced at 9 in the the head of his troops or appear in front of good long hours, shut op together, arranging something -
!(Ptt'; Whig press in Georgia, that be can get the appeal.placed They him repaired In to general's chamber ments. He is very anxious to leave the coun- morning, and continued until 6 in the en n.1 the Tuileries and die like a king, or save his for the benefit of expediency,'_with which
an arm-chair and
: t '; Abolitionist! volt I_ .of New _Yotk: and !(bat the.cy I h. .L.:._ ...1-1. .rr..... ... 7" ..1..._. _,__headed u_ I try, and inquired if we had observed a brixr; at ing.: Many were killed and wounded on both I Isidcl. Ibron.l. _.n,__ -lip-- _larkpd'__.n .I"-- l'nltp"lrA----1':0- to.., .rl"_ .17... ihe Mainr ftvho had 'nlnniM fo remain here week
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the
: mea "J -J / / -j vuu.L-jro mouth of the river, which i is to lake him Fourteen pieces longer.) darted off for Baton at of day.
,UIIUOJ" n.\o r 111 BOCK cioia and him lo a friend, s house in the neighborhood. aitiTery, and more enraged subjects, and preferred fulfilling! the Rouge peep
A.h rhaUbf1 did not rote for him in 1841.Jfut On reaching destination Ihe to Jamaica. Being answered in the negative than a thousand muskets were captured. On Bible saying, "the wicked flceth when no man the next morning. Well informed politician if
Ji1.r we *ee no reason why the Democratic lected leaving a turn of 130,000f.general recol. he presented us bis gold snuffbox. We helped the 17lfc, (continues the account) the meri. pursuet lu." pear to take it for granted that the Major bears fet
"'. ; sjjoiild suppose a party benefit can bo I! and lit (JC5.200)) in ourselves shook bands with him and Lit can forces were allowed to aack (he place, -- ter, beseeching the General lo throw aside the *
note i his desk. lie
gold
;:.1: 'l;? > J It Concession on ibis point. Even of abe desk to handed the lady at the same time presented her a hou. and accordingly drove iheir wagons to ihu Saladin.! When on his dying bed, he commanded nartv m..V *nrt ..,.'.. unadulterated federali11 *
if 4id and should I, key a workingraan in a blouse, qucf, wishing them a &c. HniTtac_ and__ tnnlr. ntf.. ...I.,.1 ,I... ...._. .! __ I Iw should borte which 1sf r.Cl5
pleasant .. bo if
not .. ..J I Iwe .. that sheel lefore so, will unfortunate, as
1 ,'t .I col oC weigh a \... ..-\-..k..AA..-. -.- .-. -linn.-....., .An... wvu... ../.:._._ .L_ passage n --: : :' : --- J n IUIUU, or a prove
,: z .e.'htf'f JiK'ccing lu cotjcc. ion. man returned with eons of the IUt mourned 10 raiurn nom kat was any use to them." him to hit grave on the point of'a spear, and letter fubstqueatly promulgated renders it certain"
j 'lle{: llanncf uses the following! language This is every money. Of course this ia the Mexican version, and these words proclaimed : These are the glonous that no avowal of whigjery will obtain Ihe ouiS-
.- 1 I. not the. ; Democrat!i disifitcrcktrduesi by no mOos'and a solitary (instance of the :7\VhiJe a German woman, at Piltsbtirg., must betaken,;! with a great deal of allowance. : 8poil..hich Saladin carries with him I ion for the Commander of the Army'ctirHpotioB.."
province .il&tr. nobility of mind disulijed .
1 lAf.I|? -. ih pernlr or to withhold. from:1 by the people during these was mixing line it flew into her eyes, putting C. Bj Snow, a ranger and a printer, diedon Of all his victories and Iriumpbs-of all his The gallant Major's miwien wilf U fl-wHen
most
I glorioiu them both out. The limo was dry, and she the st. He was gallant"fellovk'and riches and the realms ho possessed werenVwwH be
.1 ':'i i' '. oI: r if.-'.rrrnmrnt. If the ilrec d3s. a is nothing Taylor will not eat.hi* own
hot
.4 poured water n i'. much regretted. now remains but hit winding-sheet.' obliged to do should he determine to tWcvr b1U'If4s '


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I .s1y111to..oot cMd .no,of the ,'htp, Gen. SHIKLM, it will b renvmbered, ranked Gen. Principle AvalUkUlty. l>r U& jot Mr. Uspeweil Dorsey. Proposal for a Loan .A.ZJlD..nt Toof .ifr..

11J7et. it strike os that ."lew h does so.the Con. Smith but magnanimously placed himself under bis Tbe Whigs of this country, if their vaultings are We copy tb.i following from the PenMeola Gazette fctiiIt1o1 tie Ststi .fPropattd flort"

will not tak him "p. orders and fell bad to a position on rIle &n Augel to be believed, are par excellence mea of intelligence a' I TKKASVKT br.P'ItTJt fT.

.rtton I i if not road be the retreating a .' bl'z and decency, and the only who Of all the victim of th Mexican : A-nl| f7, 1 4'S. 7p
i. a that in nearly ,'hrf gave enemy one guide war, scarcely and agreed to by t\e third Ctnrrml
why rWelved
fac o De wilt b under the
I lormidable zard,'' after CharmUepec was taken, which contributed their conduct by high and well defined principle' one has left a larger circle nl attached friend than OEALED propwuli act 7I
tthere the
moeDent. tJte action
ill the March la'tuntiT3. Assem6Zy rubjtct to of saris
Sate HOFCWCLL of whn death at the of IJ of :3I Dojucr c city
Lve been made in favor orT'110.tbe whiis are in to their total rout, and of course to the more As to democrats, it will not be allowed that they i Mexico we bare just heard. When we saw that i the 17th of June 1949 fr sixteen milTifn/t-f d.I. G n"-Oe"UJ.. a ,'

ln. >rity. It i i. the .ia peiniylTafli.Vir1fl13. complete ttiumph of the American arms. They are are- actuatedby any other motives than those furnished his name was nt| l among those of the flo.ida volun- law of United Stale stock reirnbnrsah twenty
Indiana. all, then,entitled to credit but Cen. PILLOW claims the of who their home tears from and after the f fit il-v of..MI, )!. ..' bear
Georgia. Alabtma. Louisiana. ; by a desire for spoil oce. Such leers were on return wr thon;hf AN ACT t* tmend the iTtb Cha.- of the 5tb Article

M5inipri In tie movement more than commanding General i is willing to allow coarse brings have no pretence I. any thing like that hisuncnrnrl.on tafenls had commended him to I injc aLa per .nt. interVsl per annum payable miaonulh' > 41( the Constitution of this Slate no tb.t the
in other Statt. the first days of and July lit
.tn the notice of his officers and that he on Janniry Ju .
superior wa l-e* bf the Circuit Court shall bwttt their of(!
a to bi acre S uib. Iboogb we would not him and I'cnce. he has made the matter a subject i principles; and even thA they profess are taken up probably d""ainrcs' the seat of each sear. No bid will t be received below par ; nor tnr
war on important tee a term of eight instead of 4nrifu "
rrrtend)pond say that bad General Taylor c >me out a I for ii.veet.gatii.ii by th. Court of Inquiry. What with some black design. This selt-s-uffH-iency of drUr. But he has thared the fate of many a zaitanl! I. wilt any bid; considered one* one f nil'. the,.- I'I'I. >xl behavior. year

ilt-tooted Whig i the meeting: last winter would net their verdict. ,'il[ il i* impossible to gather from o-jr opponents and! cuutempt lor Democrats, needs spirit. lbe aiars Si or oeuirr nxru iwt V -VII''' I iVps.ils. >iu-
1-ut: to he in in the conduct ol the his hack tw the t"ld. ard his feet fn the foe," but by inruufc | | jirprefnnttiret ./ Me Slate of fitful. tm tittra' *-
b that trio 1'ioceeuin kept view
to part ccmpaung !ions
vebeen refunded rlrraly. l.th I.r. I Thcbidtinalcu 1 h he lov.
( iluoase.
I y'ft filial ran je* .fwemWy c. IVfl. That the rjtk Clatwe of
here as elsewhere, Ihe developments being made The procteJinzHon both sides conducted \\it h two parlied. I ,- and ithout any ,refeience' to I the bid; of "i-ther. amt Ihe 5lr Article of tW Comtili.iion Af hrvSt tr Vm

I General' views on tIle Tariff, stUility. Gen. Scott wa lum_tlf As the time i i. when voters will wish 'II hould tate liitinflly; the premium oferrd. Theproposuls I ;
almost daily a* to the great euc.te coming I John Jacob ..fw..-The New York Sun rail it hr uld sealed arid endorsed' > nwnied! an to read as fi.itowin vht: That at the
be Proputal
Bank and War questions, i i. working no good in hi* lawyer, and manifests in the ptesent trial a famtliarity .. make choice as to the party they will Iralerniz a current report,"aud avers that credence is tire for the loan1SJS.> ." and addres-H-d to the Secietaryof exi>iratn. n ot' the present t.riD.f offirt ol the Jortpr.
fOf the
and Tajlorism i. now in nearly, a quiescent with the rules of evidence, and a intimacywith with, :they will naturally inquire in reference to the I to it. that the l late Mr. ASTOR never was naturalized.It the Tiea"lu,. Washington City I D. C The sums Irr m..nliuof'd.tb.Circuit Court Justice, with of the the exception Supreme hr Curt.ins:

j. bbal.state. The k'ernltan effoili ol i our doughty wligaenjhbnr the proceedings of military courts, which It as boasted principles of Wbijrgcry. They will bare no is said that upon examination of the b oks in the which may he accepted will he reijuiri-d lo be paid and the Ju.' 1'11 of the Circuit Court.shal'or W efeeleil 1

serve a little to keep the flame flickering. astom.hing a it ,:s uncxp rtcd. He conducts the difficulty! in understanding that Democratsdevoid of United Stales Court from 17' to the present time, to the dipo-itary of fhr United: States nearest the ( a term of eight yrars, and shall hold chef offices
of residence of the rC""f'"tl..rl w hose
but it is a thanklw* work and even he begin tnfiy. prosecution without any aid. Gen. PILL' is also a principle they are represented I.. be, have faith in his name does not appear. If such i is the cas- (says offers places may be successful persons but the m
That last brick bat" from t!Mill Bey eflho) lawyer, and display tact and ability in hi. ddenc the sub-treasury :and a revenue tariff1,and are in favor the editor) hill immense property must yes cit to the bids from bidder not siding in the L'uiled Judges by madr adJre in Constitution. or impeach|}rut f>>;r altd the removal(or wilfi'l rf

SlaVbei; has nearly pf1d 'settler to him : and the The coolness, s 1. seMirn and moderation. of his I of vindicating our national rights against foreign a;* State. I States, must be dt"ptlilrd with the assistant treasurers ne'lect of duty or other fv.' onaMe. cau!, which

S hereabouts w.mld now j joy felly talc "ip a cons- course, it U said, have inaile a favorable irnpr -fiion. gression. even unto war. But when Whijj measute ___ I at New Yoik, Boston, Philadelphiaor New Or. shall not beuTicient! xroi>o
whip candidate if the) could only' fix u; on an ;| He u assisted by Major lr'cktnncg: ,.f one of the are looked for, these are n"t among the number ; and [S3-On Tneftjar eveningth.isth I inttant the I I leans T. to all to participate (;I'\"f'r"'r hall rento,<* any el th.: on the add,.** f .'
pporlnmry
promise 1.. Kentucky alaI lawyer of we are told furtl.cr that the Bank illJ "b-oletr Whig majority ut! the Ncr Y.rk city Common Council I. Civean person e.f( I"n-t hird" of ihe Gene'sat A .eahly ; ProMeJ.hoteevr. .
i' a .ani ble" oae-that the .01: Rut there's i icgimer.ts, a young very i in the investment lu'nrfi in this l.-ck., b.rl.111 Thirst the
I I cause 01 causes sualt be staled at
'I toS. Neither Webster Orwin, McLean or Cly- II high i aiiding: in. his State. and .by Lieu i Cul.L'un. idea" and that there i. no lIt.o..it fur chan;inj; appointed one JumJreil un.l fiftyVlii: ._; _Com !I! be received l fir I lie |owe;ld.' .m.i.II.1 li.:'nol. certificate I lengthinaurbaddreuanrt succeed on Ib*journal '''fe9chll.

the Democratic taiiisioiM is of Deed, and twelve 'Vlu," t'U-rk*. lo t authorized by law-living for fitly dollars-as vveil -
tie with
oiuccrs tarill. As lo
f tonilldo. Scott i i. out of thc% jue tion. HisManderion I can, one ol the bravest ana must inieuigeni present war >n
the volunteers in the Smit.o1e war ha.c iut in the army. The C urt is composed of flri. (;.n. Mexico( I hey say that the honor of tl eci>'intry Ii ,loulJ I the different |M>licc anil ci< il local court*, for which I as All lor certificates higher sum under. one thousand dollar v ill Un <> causes shall be notified to the Judge so i..nd..1

I The .panic-ktricken" Flondians I :athiIIl; T..n" Prr.iJci.f ; nil;. Gen. Caleb Cush- not he defended by any such extrerrie measure, and the Jlhtirrlil"re elected the pre\iou* week. Oh transferable on the books vf the treasury ; bur all in lit I I-his removed and h. shall be admitted to a bearing
been defence.before for roch
1 would forgotten.never vote for Lira. h..llort. uhijgery is under ., ing. and Col. %V.: (;. Bilkiup: ,-S. C. RiJglry! JudeAiitocite. I that it is unrighteous and tlainial>ic. Tl>u i is LI.....' the spoils hating i wines '. Oh t the" ruthless II| il it of certificates for that s>un and upward, Mill be Iran*. hall pass rwn: "nlr in such eases any the'vote Vote shall betaken removal .1

ft'sol'JI I party '." a. the honorable Mi. CABEI.L would! < terrible un the book of tl\e 'relt'1rv. or bv il< livery t.
a, cloid. Parknes envelopes them confu ion I one negative principle. IIe l look at Ihe I ay.Cvrrefpomttnce with coupon attacked ar.tlie np"'n of the bidder.To ;. i yeas and nay* soil l entered ttie Journals each

t pervades their camp. Who will they lake ? There! We bate no I .c. 'i. fte further f;va fabric of Mr. than the facts which the examination of wit- found to contain only coarse and violent abuse; otMr. i account, all certificates with coupons attached f w.Il
is a moral certainty that" thestupendous I WASHINGTON; April H. j jT i appointed under this amended Constitution,shall \>r
misses ')t'nl< ,. We stinply desire to do justice to I'OLK and theexprrssion somejtrefcienrc fur be for the sum of one thousand rIillar's.The .
CIa,';reno"'D" will be completed by a fourth defeat p .&.chirf sul'jVot ofremark in this district I s'acces.ulbidikrs will osilei divided by tot into four d3. The first class shall .
I klth uh an officer admitted by Gen. SCOTT himself posS some good and true" Whig for the Presidency. I be.required todej finlit IrieorlM.rofliceoret5ee* forthehrmef h., 1
an.J Ta lor.
it b* is the candidate. | to-da\.luu been in relation to the latu con- I the amount awarded in five equ.il instalments in each
"s high Qualities both as a soldier and as a man. Nothing further can be l learnt-1! as to their views i rears the tenlftlt for the term of four yeais.tne third
this immediate latitude, j of the months of AII .
enouih I rrrtrd nnt' July, ult.SeJ""lI1hoor.Octobf"f.IInd for
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cool wtig"I'r cxle ive niovpnifntj of slaves in I II the term of .ix years, the rourtla fur the tenD ol
not lend himself party schemes,.and hence I We are free tit confess, however, that circumstancesin I Yet these are the men cf well-known principles November uf the present year except for sums .
I ; eight
this for A fiaw years.Passed
vicinity
"'il days a
elsewhere. Wlio will hey hue, I connection with the trial and the war generally, I men who never hide. their candle under a Lu.IIe1. owapo. ago not exceeding twenty thousand dollar, where tt.e [ the Sene? by the Constitutional rnaioritv,
i"not acceptable n irnLor of slaves fr.>m Mar land escaped in bidder be desirous of making immediate
j and to uJ.'. ., Wiitat: ABL TII1rA.14'flMcNr I! go far to show, that Gen. PILLOW masifosts, as \"tlllI There is, though one other principle-likely to ) may payment December '*>. 1S47. Passed the Honse of Repreetitaf r
then ron j an opvn Iwat, and whili' fancying thermHves | in which case the whole amount may at owe ives by the Constitutional
Gen. SCOTT, though in a higher degree an itching be their only one-which is acquiring promirience be The slock' w ill car interest in at!! cases majority. January 6.
i deposited.
I I \ in the n Mghl>orhor> : desire lor reputation as an ou.crof more than I among the tVttis, jmticul.iiIv bouthtin Wing, and Tom true Uiile 01 ueposiie. I.:. ISIS. 30
Cm
fact ul Knit Inland! where ihe tf"curf"d.
Clay l'I.}. I : ) store The bids will be opened the Trras-iry Department I
1. { ordinary lbiIit. Tl.i wi uld be praiseworthy, if more I'lirlicu1arlyllorida Whigs of the Middle LMSIrict. -
Tbe redoubtable Clay is out ; hi* I On Saturday night, *cvi'nly eiht: ,!avf\ from at 3, p. m.. on Saturday the I'th June, !.'i-, .
Ca"iu. Notice.
1. \i"I he would be Content to let !:is acts speak for him, .leailalility in their candidate for the Presidency -
letterin 'thin t city and neighborhood embarked} in n in the presence of all person who may desire lo attend
great namesake Harry of the West, in a long I anj not seek to d''j>rivc otiieg ft>r his own benefit ii the principle we allud..to. That seemt.. sloop which ba I come here from Nrw Jersey I ; bit.under.a provision introd>ired into Ihe art SIX week fter date Ihe undersigned will apply!

the New York C.uric and inquirer which i of for deeds of widomcourace and be their bidder will be .rmitted Ihe Hon. Judge of Probates for Leon County
I a reputation perseverance only thought. They do not Idle: for other with wood and overtaken and I 101" 3l t of March last, no p
like leaven in a me uie ol meal,but whet h. even in the cannons mouth." tions. II I were CHpturrd to withdraw hi* bid. On all bid not accented, the for (letter ol administration on the estate of JamesA j
acquired ql13lific
,'orkin they I
can get an utailaifc candidate
for good or bad U knottier mailer. i i. being 1 --- -'----- I when within (the cap ''. The vessel \.,mIdI amount deposited in advance will be iromeihareisreturned. lcthelot: deceased late of Leon County. .
t and I hum- The I'arty that never learns. no matter what his principles are, 01 whether I have Ix-enout at sea, hut there l ein-j rather I |. The whole premium on the amount a- JAMES T. ARCIIFK-

I published in some of the Tay lor ol the papers} Stntinel. we uhtther I The lion. Mr. DAytON 1 is repotted to have said, he has any or not, they are satisfied wilh him pro- ;, heavy hloIhr nejrnes. were alarmed' and f warded mint l he deposited as part cf the first t payment -.",.rill.t.- lIS. 3t 6w ,fri-
bly submit to neighbor
our -
i viJtd he calls himself \Vhi 'I required in July next. I
i er, a document well calculated to confirm the Taylor in a recent speech in the United States Senate that a ; Should he !ay on !I demurred to going out. TTify were all asleep R. J. WALKER.i Spring and.Summer Goods. C?

I Guard in our State in the faith he ought not to j the Whig. party are like the Bourbons-they never : ull occasions.and repeat it again and again, that he :I not dreaming of capture, when a party ot'i i Secretary of Ihe Treaa'irv.

:, publish it for their benefit.' i it decidedly the letter j (..rgcz or learn any thing. Mr. DAYTO.V is a whig j is nut enough of a Whi; to promise to carry out II young men from Jeorjretown, in a lilllt "''um. ,\i I Far h of the daily papers of Boston, New Y rk, BETTON & HIGGS, ,: i:

I I himself anti hi. I such Whig principles as may be proposed to bun, er f-urprised Ihrm. They were all in jail! Philadelphia.: Maltimore, Charleston and New Orleans ,
of the time.. Camus it will be relnelbtrr. 'I testimony it, tiirrefore worth put A KIl n receiving a large and seneca) a Tfri .
aol in ail other State Ihe selected
thi.tloc-s not vary the ":!. Is his I man, who calls : the of tin, craft and ;papers lo
prominent acforin the campaign of l'U. and j s. nitliin* ; but it was not !n'elar for him to make to-day, incJiieliiig Captain print the laws of the United States, arc authorizedto menf of H SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ,

t "I' knows the malpractices of whiter then. I any urh admission. TIlt history of tie past, and I himself a Whig, available f This, is all we want to I two other Lite turn. It was IKTiciiJt: |to take publish this advertisement.Apnl29. low Inch they invite the attention of the public. :
lie "el I kno,". We will not listen to offers of randi- Mireh 5J-:. lJS. :t G
sour a the. in to the .
l 'II
j the I Captain safvty jail on account < l
experience .t! the iii *
As brief insight into the conten!.uf letter, "e ( present, pek a language I ,
a I.t date ol known and fixed - - -- --
i. j identity with tie \\'W; < of the popular indignation. We have not New Goods-Spring Trade. a'
tbe following from the Philadelphia "rid: of )i sa plain as not !< require .1 note fIr comment" from New Grocery Store
give { tie fur bt-tlei of the t j paity. lie may be beat. Our man can rod better j !tJad: I'Jcti' a diVuriance here. f.r some yrars. '
: delinquents cur understanding ;
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teThnti: What if be is I in !i opened in the building next If> Mr. Geo. H. sTK"CURNEV I,
favor the
; of war we denounce ?- j ji The slaves hid: taken their : for New. JUST g.
.It is conrlicd in mild but u< st 1 cr.eige'ic l Ianraaje j'i'test. V.'ilhcr.t! allujin;: to the pertinacity with I passage jinnis where I the various kinds of Groceries
;i What if he docs tell m not to qlle..lion him, too close- Jersy, expecting ihere, or in some other free T170fLD return thanka to the public and country
and shews up Mr. C1)'Slllticaller"l;- J which they adhere to their to t'l'l!> ec! humbugs of a | | and Western Produce can be had at the lowest mar- 'C

Lou without di i.gui.e. I.he\1 :, !,i National Bank, high protective Tariff Distribution I I ly, and, when we do presi him rather hard rrpuUm Slate' to evade1 jmrsnit and reci'erunder : ket prices. I would invite those wishing lo pur- "i he planters has received generally from them(for the and past liberal patronac -

(.Q the slavery c.f the procee-.U of the Public Lar.J.s and so forth, !4s a eon? ""afl'e of the tame. I have just ttlved.I'er ,-
for the Abolitionists and one for the South-md it I i I I I him any how and trust to luck for the COn4l"tIIf.'nrl. t tt to the arrest t wftu:itive slave* ; but the I before investing I their &Jlun(!. War II", from New York.a C..l'\F.R.\L'
hews that he has also played the same d'IUbt! iratr.e ,, tie truth t.f Mr. DA TTOrrmul. is must conclu- S. S. KXIGHT.
: t Such is tkc staled his, examination that his ASSORTMENT OK GOODS. which call and .
of this
Mr. working principle Catoiu to tl\v : April 20. 113. 41Groceries\
in relation to .titim. 13\ I .iydy shewn by simply contrasting the course of i fur .
., determination I last i i This is precisely the : SouthernVliic was tu kirlnp: them ami sell them at me ytursehsea.March .
I congratulate! you your at j position ol purpose --- - ---
open the Whigi ia regard to the proposed acquisition) cf I 'J3,1 I'3S. :3.!4 .
denounce the"Native American party to with reference to TAYL.. and CLAY. do tIe South. This man and all his aiders and &.c.LRS _
t IU1 I I R They not j ,
the last New Mexico and California with that ol Ihe Teder. .. I
you wrote encurajinc letters during canr ass; know the principles cf the former ard h.ue. very i a"l'1lonVIII i tict severely ptinilied. and: r I ihej BACON HAMS SIDES and Sale postponed tojirtt Monday in May.
and which they were fold enough to ,uppr u! TIe I: alint in 1 1'-1.3--1, when Louiima"a: bein ac- I 10 000
Native American party is Head. n'J whether the 'It quired. Said Mr. WHITE aSer.atoefrum IXlawate : j jI I l.llje ro.no to hope he would acltniuister the grir- j laws of Maryland. applicable! to the district ; SHOULDERS: Tax Collector's Sale. : 11
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IINK' ) lb best Leaf Lard
mmr of frith and other foreigner w ill be a easy 001 I believe it will he ho greatest urst that! could 1! erntner.t on the Wfcig ijjatlorn, Jfct fbry List ISis I i and. besides, that will be amenable to further I o<>) Ibs.* Carolina Rice. I II I T N pursuance of an Art of the General Assembly *

) forgetting a wrong as you" arc in renumbering a I' at pre-ier.t befal us. We \tiara\ already territory !i!; claims for the Presidency in pu-fcrcnce. to these of I I punishment Virginia, horn: which State he "') LbU. St. Louis Flour. : I of the Stale of Florida entitled An Act to en-

favor remains to be seen. enough and \s I'en I contemplate the ci its that may j i i the latter, who ii the acknowledged: -1 "Jnlt"nl"!: took one of the slaves. :I IO kicks Ro Cot .e..Vr I lore Ihe payment of Ta'es, assessed and to be u- r

" .Cassius also c arges Mr. Clay -vith gross ingratituJc I attic to lhe,e States Irom this intended incrpora- I|1 of such Mr. GIDDIXGS, as loon as tho IIou e met > callorj choice Liquors and Wines 'essei. agaUi.rall Institutions claiming Corporate *
to Gen Since Gen. Taylor ha announced principles as they profry ; aria! uH>n the sole I i it I in *
- : Taylor. privileees I his Stat, approved 4th.I&lIt.
January
lion of Louisiana into the Ui-i''n I woulJ .
I I rather !ce > ?*) l l l. double rectified Whiskey,
.. hi. view* I being I democratic on t he *ub- it given to France or Spain or to any othei nation ground thai he ii the more naila :e. Can it be true t to.day, offered a resolution of sympathy and I II |I I 10 dozen best P"rtline.. I have levied upon and will expose for sale, to the

)f of the Tariff, the Bank and the War, it i!pro-I en the earth upon the mere condition that no cit I. I,! :lat this is the conduct of a party. which tOeS i ila; j I inquiry, whether the }laws under which these i iI i I ii) Madeira Wine. holiest bidder in Iront of the Couit house in Tal. 'I k4b
bible tie Whigs generally will cal e very li'tlc '' confined } .. .. .. I Ial.ssiier. on Monday, the third day of April next ail
which
/.til ot the United States houd! ever settle witliiniH 1 head with scorn at tl.e bare. mention of trickery { persons arc were legal ; upon !| 4 Sherry
4 Mr. (Is,'. treatment cf him; but what wiirthe citizen | .. .. the interest in law and eqni'f of the Southern tile .5 4g
limits, than to the sold hundred 5.
ternt 'lor
see of C. Claret
rv an If the | Mr. hOLMES S. immcdiatelv said that i I I 5 4. p.
bad been the I
habit
who"otetbe ticket Whigs not in denounc.
of foreign birth, Whig I Insurance Trust Company the fellow described
nOt ing
: millions oi dollars aaiU ive retain the Ficllrs. Olivel.1i sot.
sovereignty. Candles Starch Cheese
thick oflienry Clay when they' have it from in-lis- I ; ;; in; military:: chieftains, and arguing their unf.tne.slor if flic resolution should ie entertained, he Soap Bonds and Mortgages and other is..
the las 1.,1 I j I Now, ii not the (opposition tin Ft "during : should whether the
insist
potable authority that conu" !1! cU'llllI./ tI.is selection a man: who Ili ..dt declares upon an inquiry I I Green and Black Teas, &c., &c., at the new grocery NO much 1 thereof as may or shall be necessary, lr>
-encouraging to the Nativist' who | the present day to the acquisition of New }(.xirlll the of State
letr" j that he is ignorant cf civil af."Olin.1'1.0 ha i ttouxulrels who caused these people lobe there lore of SS K IillT. pay amount and County Taxes due by
l.a.dbeen burning down temples of religion and murdering -j,I and California based u.on; ?;irr.iar! HJUnd, .' It < nothad I ought not to be hanedfr.. GIDUINOS made I t April 29, IMS. 41! I' slid Company for The years 1946 sod 1947 togetherwith
people in .cold bloo. that l.p1'encdnot to will be the greatest rune that could! (efal u*." jit!' a diy'scxperieneeout of(he camp and purely all (0t4l. viz : William Fisher'. Bond for
have been born in country ? What they I some reply, which, in the crwifusion, was not ,;fjO. secured dated .
wi Mr. i !i a military chieftain would not appear *o .,ral.g-e.- $7 by morta; 15th July *
think of Mr. Cln', hone ty and uprightness in tlnwfraternizing I' WEBSTER, in hu speech on this. s'lhject. It i; II they were m< in the habit of vaunting their audible. Mr. HOLMi' rrmuk u-a-i, cf course, 'i Pure Sulphate of Quinine R. II. Bradford's Bond for 31Q.DOO, secured by

with'NativUra ia orJf to secure its vole? I will be the greatest curse that could befit Ul,"echo superior ; meant for those who have lent their influence subscriber have on hand two hundred and mortgge, dated I.t Aagu, IS:!. en sInn ar.il

We hope they will think ol f it deeply. A man who the Whigs from Maine to Louisiana., "I saY. Sir, '|| attachment to principles and cf claiming to be and efT,rts, whether M or out Congrei., to-(! THE} ounces of Sulphate of Q'linine which they land.

can act thus is not one to be trusted. lie is nut worthy that according to my con.cier.liou* con"irtion4.e i the only honest paily in the county: it wuud: not i' have obtained di *ct from the manufacturers audI Win- uropv.: Bond for S1/ ){. secured by mortgage -
the dissemination of discontent the
of their hopes and service" strike the world as so extremely singular, that they among they will warrant il lo be a superior article. dated "th Auj., lS33.cn sieves and land. ".
I
the Constitution
are now fixing of the United I
upon I are now pushing forward a :Olndi.ble"ho boldl* slaves \"e have enlarged our stock of Drugs anti Medicines A. R. S. Hunter's Bond for & ..'IfJO. secured by
The Court of lqulr). States and upon( our form of Government a men- j j I I by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute mortgage, ddT ; 3d Aug.. 1S39.on slaves apd land.

We have read the proceedings of the Court of Inquiry .Iro.city-a disfiguration enrrrnify" says Mr. I j tells them they need not depend upon him to carry \'ACtiINIToN, April 19. I II orders lor articles in our line at wholesale or retail. John D. Harley's Bond for S2.CKX),secured bv morlgagr '
O'it their "i wI. Therecan be but one exolanation dated Gh Aug., 1S39. on land. :
j the
WEBSTER. A ffiln.trollih:1 : Ion mo t accommodating terms.i
I II
to the seventeenth day, which \ve find re dissipation I The excitement in this the I
up ;j of all this ; and, leaving our readers for the cily against j i I We hive also a few account* yet due to us for the \Vm. Tradevrell's Bond for ?4OQ secured by i
ported length in Ihe Orleans D lta of the 17th. enormity ii the cc1 ". (Indemnity by the ar-jui-;t; to conjecture what this ii, we will be present i it 1 practical ahJilionills.) } who hare been suspec- year 1M7. They are :enerahIy in small amounts cr.ortgagedated7i4s April, IS40,on slave. i

A*yet, nothing bas been elicited which .how Gen. sition of New Mexico and California I hold: them exceedingi led influencing the slaves to elope, becomes I II I I I but i if the whole could be paid shortly it would go Alexander Me Tver's Fond for gSJUO, cnred by '

PILLOW to have had any knowledge of the publication not to be worth a dollar." .. There is not the least ]i of .ay ing any thing about pols.a the Whig* I greater every day. Last night, several i iI ',. far towards liquidating' ccitain s'im which we owe. mortgage, dated lUh August l3t', en laves end :

thin! in New Mexico to invite the oettlersient, of ,|j have an utter abhorrence of them. So great is this LEWIS & AMES. land. | ;
of the .1 LeoniJas" letter. Mr Frejnrr: ; ; our hundred sons col'ected around the office r>(
Jots abhorrence, who does not know I that when I pet :; April ?. 1S1*. -II Charles Cole's Bfind for $<>/<00, "with; mortgage
not testify, a the Sentinel ti\s. that- he received : plaiter or l-Nners. Th- r< i i. no *."oJ. no tim- :j j tie elections I they I the Rational Era, an anli slavery! paper published :' dated VOth Dc 1 lS4Ionland and slaves. f '14

I hat Utter from the hand of PILLOW. Our neighbor | ber-little faggots to light! a fire carried thiity or :j jj carry and acquire power, they uniformly I here, and threatened lo destroy il. ThePIice ;! Notice.AI.L T. R. Bftton's Bond for $14,000. with mortgage. ,.

must recollect that there are three paper mentioned I j forty mile on mules." There is no public domain ;j reject the spoils: generally distributing lhf*
in Gen. SCOTT bill of indictment. No. 1 is ,i J in New Mvxico ; there i is not a foot of land to be :j j amon,; Democrats and the roor Thus did they do ihe people! froqi effecting their object. Some j ji of Thenphilu Beally, dceeaeil arc and StTOJtelV.annual; crops. Bown'of cotton Bond and for rorn. secured'> < !' pU
in J 1'fl< of SfjCO", by
I sold bv the Government there bei i I a year glorious reentry to all *poij hereby notified to present them without delay to the
paper Mr. Freaner testifies to have received from ; IS not an acre to i i stones were thrown at the windows, and the j mortgage. o land. .
th ; i .
j hating Whig Oh Granger Grander undersized, or to James T. Archerairerrt of the Jnclersigned.
Gen. PILLOW, and in winch he saw him make an in- :!I come ours when the country becomes ours-not au shutters were a little damaged. A fire and a j ELLEN A. BEATTY. Lewis Connei's Bond for $>,700,secured bv tnortgaie J

I terlineation t4 two word*-No. ? is.t the.printed copvef ]1 acre." And then, Sit, hoi.is it with California ? (:sold Water. heavy rain .'CIC'urring111t crowd dispersed ; Executrix of Thwphilu Beatty deceased. oil land and slaves.! .*
Geo. K. Denni
j Bond for $1 1/MO secured !
rtC
by m
;. t Leonidas"-and No. 3 i* the original sent to the I I It is wilderness, and barrenne. and Indian The Louisville Democrat publishes: Ihe following but[ the people! are to aisemble lo-night in April 29, 1MH. 41 &vv pe on slaves and land. ALSO-I large Iran safe- i

New Orleans Delta. No. I was never out of the j' counlr :' All these doleful predictions and' ad extract from a letter by an officer in Mexico lo a greater force at the City Hall march down Notice. [ Paper Case 1 Table 2 large Writing Desks I t j

hand. of Mr. Freaner until he was about to leave ffiflanJutn assertions of the grca? Massachusetts'Frdrr.li ( ,, Whig friend in Kentucky. It comes direct : lo office and insist upon destroying the types i large Book Case, half dozen Chairs.&e. 5

for the United States bearer of the with i !t. are echoed with singular devotion by 1 r We have received llhc PrcsiJi-iu's I &c. The editor has appealed losome of the : A LL cmli'ors legatees, ard persons entillrd to A. A. FISHER, Kb'ff.. *
a treaty message, and ,distribution, ia the Estate orTht"ophiluollkll!. Xnd eX'oXcio Tax CoL Leon C'.i. '
!
Mexico. I was then deposited with Mr. TKIST. aeariy all the faithful in the land. We can hear ., alo Mr. Clay' gr at anti-war speech ; the latter iiI I democratic members' of the House, who it i U 'i deceased, are hereby notified th-t their claims and Mar-1. ii. IS49. 34-4 '

an(rom his hands it passed into those of Gen. I nothing else above the din of the Presidential ilru;. jgle. j I not thought its much of by any oul here, O.l'.eIexictn.*. ;! raid, arc to request the President to protect demands wilibe barre at the expiration of two year! 5

ST. There i i. a great resemblance in substance S. it was when Louisiana was purchased. II| ,I call Upon it the rl"reptieamprlin I'hilanihropic: So"let11; ifa 4'IC"I4'ly here, (they :!j: the persons and property of those concerned I from the granting letters testamentary to the un- Hamilton Tax Sale. j
I .11 crnipoMd f.1 unless the exhibited vviihin the
4ersgned. same are
would in the The President is the chief oft
No. 1 and. 3 but the examination be a bkt UJKID the Constitutiona mon-j the wealthy and influential Mexicans paper. virtue of the
btwen papers ot I i ,) after I' vend said two yearn to the undersigned or lo James T. B power vested ia me by law I -|
subsequent witnesses throws seme light on this coincidence. strosily-a dUHguratiun enormity." The country i I speeches elected Messrs. Clay. Bolt. \\Vb.ter and ll.e' police of the city and district. | Archer her Attoinrv. shall expose for sale, before the Court House .

On the tenth day Dr. HILSTANI, I was so worthless, that no planters or farmers I j I Curwin honorary member, amidst. loud appa! ij i->. i i The ml'linto.ni lll, will be composed of ELLEN A. BEATTY. door, in the nan of Jasper, Hamilton County,Flo- *
n.rl I As anxious as e,ery one i* for peace, this of ed.April''O. jida, on the first Monday in Norember. IMS. tie I i
in tbe General's office would go there. It wnulJ be the entering wedge j JIOp..ch j II j many respectable persons, who will pass resolutions Executrix of Will ofT. Beattv, decra> -
Adjutant PILLOW' ditioo. I Clay's will I fear, retard one. General Sent taut, I thIs 41 Sty following described property, or to much thereat >s ,- 5
: wa examined, and testified that he wrote 11.t I I;I for a dissolution! of the Union-and in short everv :| allow evening since, in my j>rr rnre, that ."fr.j' such as were adopted at Louinvitle, wilItsavthStateanst C.rnstv' -- .".- ...-..-..- f.. "

content of! o. 1 from a rough report of the i thing that has been said against the acquisition of I Clay' "'->*,,'*, and CoTirin'ipfrrhrshtilJunr in relation lo CASSIIS M. Ct.\v a\d his pa. Lottery of Paintings. the y far Ii47. to wit : -j

a.we- New M tjco and California, was said in more harm to the American annythan ten thousand1'Mexican I per. Theyvi.l request the publishers to a. The South West quarter of Section 31, Township 5
meats of tbe 19th and 20th oppositionto be sod of all
August t. handed to him I It dijip by Lottery, as soon as '
in at mi" WILL I. Range 13.South and East
j jDlstliicaUbcd
purporting
to belong
bandon the and refusalto to *
by Gen. PILLOW-that he was directed lo make out I the purchase of Louisiana, and by the self-same I --- -- !publication, upon their numbers are taken the 'following PAINTINGS William J. Mills .. <

a list of tbe killed and 'ounde for Mr. Frcaner, party too. We see the spirit of Ihe Federalist of Compliment. I do so, will .proceed tu demolish the office. all of which 'A ill be encased in elegant; "illframes JOSIAH T. BAISDEN. Sheriff. *

1S03 in theapeeehes of Mr. WEMTER and other General ANTO.VIO LOPEZ I -- .. : and ex offio Tu Col. Hamilton Co.tot '4T. f
who '
had applied for il, and also lo furnish him with I DE SASTA Axs.s, Fx- "-- -- A correct likeness cf Gen. DAVID U.: Twice, ire

I the principal facts contained in Gen. P.'s rough I Whig, who hk*. iftterposed in behalf of Mexico Pre.idert of the Republic of Mexico: pay quite a BEWARE OF corxTERi-'Errs I uniform.A T-April S, 1S4S. 3S ts /

and endeavored to thwart their Government. likeness of Lieut. Cut! C. A. MAT in
pr. Witness state that he made but one copy re-I I own in di.tinguishedcompliwent to the \'exican vympathizer IMITATIONS. I correct Waknna Springy :

rout draft its laudable efforts to bring about a satisfactory and IB these States in his valedictory addrron tie The and of DRlViST.R' uniform.
for unparalleled astonishing cfUcacy
tbl Freancr, and that he I
I _"wugu...L _report_____ on_ \Ar.. IILW._ _. taple. and_ does lef not I honorable peace. True is it indeed, that the Whirs I I departure for a (foreirn land. The friends- It- Jill : BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY in all I B.roD'1IVcr With the following!.: Fancy Painting. from Lord MALE AND FEMALE ACADEMY.' >

know what became of it. Now, if right here the learn nothing from experience. Forty years have manity and justice" says he. hare raised their; the diseaM fur which it is recommended ; curing ".T5 Aurora Raby." AsfaxteMaid n( arasoza." NEWPORT t WAKULLA COUNTY. '

**er will recollect the testimony of Major BURXS, elap edsince the Federal Senator from Delaware Uttered I voices in Ibe very centre of the American capitol many eases after) the kkill of the best t pin sicians was (X>- Person appointed to act Agents: w ill please rpHE subscriber respectfully informs the public S

this same and we still hear it. in the to warn ui of the immense return the numbers w soon as possible. JL that he bas opened the above Institution I tj'
be will receive cine perhaps to the whole matter. cry. same dangers thai threaten us. unavailing, has effected a large and increasing demand
RUSSELL, Arti>t. which all the branches pertaining to a liberal education
It Major Bran lestiGes that he entered Gen.. PIL tones and KI the same affected regard for the Constitution The Mexican Chief.wu no j idle listener to (the clamors for it. Thu fact has cannl many unprincipledcounterfeits April C-2. 1 CW 40iff will be taught. The Institution will remain ,sI

LOW'S quarters, and nw his private the anj good of the country proceeding from faction in this country. lIe tells his countrymen andjimitator! to palm of' spurious mx> ii : Quincy Times will please copy l 1\\ ice. I in session until the first day of November next, in

rough draft of what | upr to be the movements tMf the same distinguished body. and caught up and repealed that their own obstinacy egotism and treason turn, of similar name and appearance, for t the pen- order that parents who visit the Springs with their

r PILLOW'S division on aplfaret the I0th and Ah by the same powerful and misguided party. prevented these echoes of truth from bciii" ',ine BiUau. ;onie are called. Syrup ol WilJ Store for Rent. families may have aa opportunity of educating their 7
August children and
at the time
that b prepared a paper frcm that :report which Time, however demonstrated) the wisdom of the heard"-and he bewails an inopportune treat ade. Cherry," BaUjm ol Spikenard," Wild Cherry THE store formerly occupied by J. R. Fortune is of I tie sea bre7.e >ij same mineral wal enjoy
WM cent Iu New Orleans through Mr. Freaner, Louisiana purchase. and the opponents of that measure r: yin; the war party in Mexico ol all hope'of the Comfrey" & Another," Welter's Hale im ol Wild to renl : possessiou given November J. U. FOR t.PII IUNE.ly The terms are as follow* per session of 3 months :

t (wilboutbo_tier.that gent Itman.,.krl ledge,)and have since been ohligerfto ronfsi it. And so future dercloptnrot of event, and-.--.the result of Cherry mispejlin; the nirue, and forging certificate April 22. 1M> I" Preparatory Peparluienr, whirli srM.rsces Readinz.Selling. .

poblwbed in the Delta, over the (" will it be in reference to our Mexican acquisition our next Presidential election lo resemble ll o ie of tile true ftalsim. Dr Wiito.aoit.krt1Iuiniic.. $ } tJ
ofL
Advanced F.nefi.h slqjjr. 9 ( lDo.
onidts- that Gen. iig.ture California according ta Wr>nr THOMfaow, who -- -- Wild i is th Cln1'no ". V1>1'.
PILLOW knew nothing but his Xew Orleans Wi tar'< flal'stn ol Cherry, < only pen- with theCI *ics, 12 ( >

copying (rom the report found cn his \(... P.'.) ought tolx ;nod authority with Whi;,. is one .f I the In the New Orleans price.llarket.Current nine.; The re'lt, men ly imititif the name of the original Notary Public, 1)0. wit (h* French, 15 0 lii

private table nor the sending nf .. finest countries on the face of the gltl! It wuld ot the Jtth while. the)| possess no cl iii ttilues. I T.ILl-IILlSSLt, FLORIDA. Hook-keeping. Brunei's system, 10 (KIStenrpaplf.
o I.onidu" to instant is e notice that Bacon i i. fffExening
tooted all I follows JO
New One (o publication. Thus the testimony. be worth a war oftivec.lv years duration, he says, to "The Bacon mailer continues in much the : LOOK WELL TO TIIK i: MARKS OF I April 1.1. t IM lq. 3y classes will be opened for the instruction
come ---- --
istlear that Gen. PILLOW knew nothing about the keep it from falling into the po'swion ol England position noticed in our prcvioun report with a large THE GENUINE. of Ladies and Gentlemen in the French language,

publication of the letter, and unless these who he says be has good rea-on fur hellOs! ing in d<*- stock, consisting mostly however of the iniddiini Horses for Sale.rrtwo who may wish to study that polite language.
H lsawi is in bottles with
\itneiln The genuine ,
are impeached the niroiu of obtaining the country. And so of the and interior qualities. The sale] amount l" clout put u? Ih"l sood HORSES' n-ile, that woikL Boarders will be received into the family of the
by prosecution, public opinion other I 30"( "! ca.ks at an entire ran:* ol 3J J to 4\ for inferiorto words" l Ir \ $tlu'" Rul.im of V.'il.l Cherry Phila .' well in double i-r unzle harness. Principal at 15 per month, washing included.
In the ion of and
will acquit the accused of the charge. rretrrl territory. po r* oar hardy prime Idel.and 14 to ''J f.'r SlionUrri, the inline blown in the gills; each bottie having a l.tx-l on the Apply tool JlII!' WHITING. The youn Ladies will be under the superintendence

ajtiwt him. On the other specifications, industrious population, it would soon become what : rates for the beet Cincinnati cued being 4 and. 2)c ; Iront wi
to the movements of the army)' previous to reltinc surrenderor the God of Nature designed it should be-a productive '.. per lh. For Jlic'! price* range frClD.31} to .11} sc1lleenve1o1d hereafter with W. P. WILSON, Principal.

the of Mexico ri. and bountifal' land. We can swallow these I' eta for |1'1\Im. and ? 1'15 cent for canvused and et- : a nes'wrap. Family Wagons for Sale. Newport April I. IMS. 37Notice. 's
city the
Court may find for tra suyir cured Arrived during the three per;.copjrijht jtecurcd. I ISJI I ; oo wHlch) will alleys
count lien, Mr. CASS past days
the as without ,
says impairing I.ar. FAMILY WAGONS-
prosecution. From the .estimony already had, 1155 casks and t-V) hbU. Cleared for New York app si thr* wxaicn .gtiae.: of '0 I. DUTTS." JeST received two .
*S.botica discrepancy of eii-ls digestion, and there reituinly seems to Ue no good Philadelphia 21:. Herida 10 I. Suvaonah 131 : Be careful DR. WI STAR'SBALSAM I to K. II. WHITING, clahrts lh
opinion a to who aid get Ihe genuine March's.:, IS!". 30 At the Tin Manufactory. ALL person havinj afainal tsftiie of
rc"ou why we should nUitake. (th.m. and there Riciifnond 131 casks."
I entitled to the Dot credit for tie orders and certainly m.1nLD CHERRY. None geuine Unless II. CroweII.ate{ of Waknlla County.ilec'd. *
aovemeats are good reasons w by we should. .. are rwjuested t ta present lhem, whi resulted in the capture of Chal signed by I. I5UTTS. Addres all order to
z, olont-1 RICHARD M. JOHNSON has
l announcedLimaelfa Buggies for Sale. : heated, within the tuna prescribed by law, or they

\P'c.&o the route (Gen. Valencia. The nIt (JO The Philadelphia inquirer speaks of havingseen ndidOlleor Governor of Kentucky at the SETh W. FOWLE, Boston Ma s. received four handsome Leather Top BUG- 1 will be barieJt three indebted to lh. eslalf, .re

., however, that they are IU-Sf, Pil- a message from New York eonyed.rner Mr.! approaching election. We suppose lime cannot be For sale 1F. BARNARD Jr. Dru ;illi. T.lla. JUT made expressly for this market. Applv eaineslly taqneulH lo wakejmm.diate paimeot.HARRIET .

C'lhnlad "4 Shields-entilled to HOUSE'S Telegraph whjch was delivered ready doubt of the election of lit. CUITTENDEN, the ha* e, I). LADD Newport and by Druggists :ene- to R. H. WHITING. M. CEDWFLL. Executrix.NewportApril .

Perhaps Smith a little throughout the United States. March 25, HW 36 At the Tin Manufa"tor!. I, tS4. 37 Cm
othst5v. Gn. more than any printed ttoll electric agency and apparatus! A 5'Li; canJ. "e. rally .

(o le beJ the storming parly..Cen.1'4'1'4er friend states II. bis or*a km that it will not be ma.j Island Cotton Seed. Notice.
*** for be between 03- It i is stated that Mr. CLEF the ajeni of LocmFHiLirrr OBITUARY.DIED I Sea
I ad $ ? : .to Santa Anna days before passenger* will be transported over creditors, aiid legatee* entitled t,
ny persons
t and him Cram I ban made overtures lo purchase the Chel. ,at ru ibla.Mexico about the 6th of March BUSHELS SUPERIOR SEA ISLAND COT. ALL
wh ket catering a cillage the wires by the came pr f'i'flie,' !-it almost HOPEWEii 50 TON SEED. from Charleston (or ute by or otherwise interested io the rs-
ea house and Ground* from the. Winnisaimmet Mr. DORSEY youngest son of the late C
teD of b1 order orcrn. DANIEL: LAD'D. late ol Anderson Sneed. late of JefTrr"oo un$ ,
takes breath to think of it.
t hid WIUCh W poD our away i. (Mass ) Ferry Company, and hu offered SKXJ.OOOfor Judge WAtTTH D..ET, of Msryland.Af Newport I. March 18. lSt!. 35 deceased art her by notified to exhibit their claim
GD.Sith retfe a key and demand wjthin two years Iron Ihu date to lbs
them. It is said
to be -
n a mot lovely - -
.4.I_ 'iLLo.bi brl&Dt mo'emmt against Va- The Washington correspondent cf. the Balti. npol.rjr FeWBoardersbe under ieji *. or Ibe same will be barred ; and ill

4 heat .ntgkd 10 credit>t. (o he more Sun ttatestbat the (attempt to mob the officeof : A* election took place Virginia on Thursday accommodated Mrs. Lime.A perseiro indebted lo mid estate are requested to male
at
7ttht Csdwsiderarter jcomfortsbly BARRELS FIRST RATE
Cd. f\f\ LIME.'for sale immediate peynent so ,
I h Riley'i rr&imD'. the Acto Ere be abolition piper in Washington, Jail for members the Legislature. The choice COULD. .' next door to the City lintel.Arril
ode to the .upport of Smith.- hasbeenput don by the police. i fa Governor c1t rrnd. upon the rt u1t. 9. ISc i 41 3t February y., 1S48 3* Je3erpn CwiBly, March 15, IBIS. 35 3a -


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flUJV,_ fc*.-&! 1 giro you : Spices, Pitkietr-&c., U. 8. MAIL .LINE [ the 8AMjA I
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$JJIf. '(J< MOT! Kemft temitj! 1 .r1lM. l, be ,, \DDWOOD"S pickled Cerkin,. MaDC". On- I I CH 9'HEnakrgisrdhavingpercbased 1. entire stock and material of LtTAca F

'infl !el be lay i is iripatr ; check for that sum U ions and mind Pickles; pickled Lobster, Wal- (sMRcHrri.l who ii abr>6t leafing tke State .
t ;:3. at \ Trlb'mf.. nut and Tomato Ketchups. Capers,, Olive Oil, Mustard J respectfully iafof* hi* friend and tbe I
t5' V-V. 01 efernitr' eternity 1"
Pepper and Saace.Cider fresh
Pepper
> ; Vinegar public hat be is at present at the old' stand, where
JSV!r. the worJs fi ever and Gooseberries and Currants in bottles, fresh Sah oD. __ JAMES TUCKER Ifuna.
: >r was travelling on the he 1 is prepared to execute all work in lila line withpromptness I
I 'it's: fcolir. There U a ecclesiastic at Shad and Halibut in canister. Curry Powder and and despa b. He ha* on hand the finestof I THE dnderai'gned avtiU bhrweif of llaia
\ : Gayente, Brandy Cheinie Preserved Ginger Currant From Tallahassee to Macon. HM lied. I
? .' cannot calfskins, and all'soil of material, and will I ns public that thai
4.'' 35&!("* : f litfdYtn d the *p interest in the af-- Jelly, Macarroni, Vermicilli Russia and American Throvi>h iafortf'heo kouf front Tallahassee 10 make at short notice and in the best manner, GENTLE3IFN'S -I GLASGOW i i. now perfbrmia her "PIarriPe'aew It"
I ..:; compr' Isinglass, rub Mos, dried Currants Prunes the Suwannee River
rannA conversa- AND SHOES of between
: and Choi'let!on in three day, BOOTS every descrip I
fi >. lake 'Ibf .% a con, to c.
tfritch mind to t and Citrons.Nutmeirs .
:. o rhical management 1* time to take the Mail Boat on'orth lion. Boots fooledsoled otherwise repaired in Keyi. This boar u iKran,!. hOf. I t I
i:sj .j ;v. puFsrd, we link tack The f,reig Mace Ginger, Allspice, Savory Dl\lmon.and : .\ Ike fourth day. \ good stile and at reasonable charge He will war I tenar ao4 p1 w .1 IV' by two fll iMt. UI4 eat.-lilt.

1?t1! $ ':-V-, lids, and frel lh*t it i ia but ab- Cloves Vamilla Beans, Sal, Summer 'f'111ESlayilt: leave Tallahassee on MonJsrs, nmt his work to be equal to any done in Ibe prate, I carrying one k vndte4 teas bortbeu, or 400k .!* I
,
)J11, *? y* ('!'n C" ol<''ni illimitable Ic ly condemned tht wert Marjoram Orange Flower Peach, RoscJi_ "Vanilla.For Pettn wateis. 1.1. Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock, A. M., and to i"e. good satisfaction' a* to fifing as any 1 cotton, with suitable acroinaodatioaasenjer (or 1.rtJ..t
of Ruse Lemon aiM -
: extract ;
contended
and
'i : : Newton other workman. *, oflight dnft, tqQiriDI bal .
Macon
j via QuincyB.iinbiid I
and arrive in ,( .
,, : U, u' and which sale by LEWIS AMKS.IVcemUr _.
: r "fdrsi JOHN LF.HCII. e* water thereby enabling her to
; possess greater privj. Albany, Amcricus, and Perry) on Tuesdays, I perform her
1 i 'l .,,. ttiity. lCyeg j to the : ] argurd J, 1517. TOFine and tunays! at 10 o'clock P. M., in May S, 1S41. 42 tf I ieoanly) al an IIIOns 0 the year betw,,. riP-
> Hughes --'-- -- Thursday C. I
3 "" | Macon I bun and Cedar. K*._la,!n* P.K.v..._.. ___ ._
term to be'duiation Perfumes for the fur Savannah. Leaving on r.
: dffr.d should set an exam time caM I DAY murnin, at7O'CIOCk'AM. SJr I
MondaWedneadavi. and Fridays. at 4 o'clock A. NEW GOODS. aod
.. or e nt"is" view we ed belief that From thr of Lobin Paris.TTEDYOSMIA. FRIDAY L.
:: : | ) ; a Mannfarfory M., ant arriving in Tallahassee oa Tupday Thursday I every DlorDies. Sbo ld wffic tJ)1
:: \ j... t cup a certain point in auspiciously take Hclilrope.! Joclrv Club Ro'eJLJ. Geranium *, aid Saturdays at 1U o'clock, P. M This lineconnccN subscribers would call the attention of the age he extended or the lntereiio( .bi .parrot I

I hack uj a duration that see. The gentleman Millcftcurs Patchoutv, Mi!nionette, with the'Central Rail Road.Savannah. Au- rilE to the choice and extensive assortmentof I her to perform two trip* per week the PtPtIlwe I

'J"<> ,: v ( a durlio. i and Ambrosia, .Serinifa, Ber. of "ubialkr. de la Reine, etisfa.ftlillpdgeTille and WeHern Rail Road to Co- GOODS now receiving per Brig WaioTTa and I will cheerfullj acqnicsce 10, and m IkeI

.I i i. th upn Being of COml)1mcnte Kgl-intine, Vanilla, Violets, Bergamotte, Vervain, Itmbmj Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line Emcline. Their stock has been Il'lec'ed.with care, I change or add another new boat to lbcapacity .,, Lu I

.;;A 0. he i UIJblcanism. le Marrocam and es:. Boutjnet. from Quincy to Chattahoochie thence to Ap3larhicnla. : fipm the most fashionable entablishtneot in New I to the one now employed. A* soon I

: ;'"'. sense, can end hoped to se day AlsO, r.1'nn'silhllnd: Perfume, and Preston & PaMengers ran p from Talahasce! to York; arid,hating been purchased at reduced prices, I ticable Ibis boat will extend her trip .p &'

I cginning of djs or woul receive an in. Merri'l's l Extract I of Fragrant Flower. Colunbus in three days, and but one night will be they are enabled in furnish their cmtoner at prices Iwbnnee river to !the uppr Springs, amid aJ.o'pfi.hllcfJOClue the

\L i' 4 : yesterday, to Ia/, and (- Quirinal.' The The true Fauna ('nI'nc-als,, the French and spent oh the road between Tallaha sef> and Macon. propoitionatelv[ low. TheirREADY I flfer.n. I-

"i :' .ternfll-It is hi. American. Lavender: antll1'ri.la'ah'r", P-ay Rum The public may rot assured that every attention will I 1 tmderwgaed woifl farther date (bat b, .M'otheis I
.!
t 'f .:! nnd future: hare propr such a hope, was and Agna de l U Rema<, bare availed rkW I

.' reanl ;iKiislrioua: Pi.Xino ilair-oiU) aut! llair-l.\t-. 'living and Toilet Soaps tins Line. of the b.t of materials, and bviwt; mrrnfac selves of tIme provisions of an act enlitlttl. Aa artf"' I
bain
.: ; '. the duration of his ; fine sit' roar** Combs, Prn-h fop Ihe Ht"311.Tel'l.1. .';\nr.: lured directly under the eye rf Mr.' Sfillman, all I improve the natiption and to navigate i ibe Co. I

t 1 : ouraclres and our Nail and F'lesh. A Mirvrior arf iclc of Pol.l'! Cream ] From TatJaht..f'f' to Qimitmey. 2:o; to D3inbridge.j fear of 3\op-vxnk i is thereby precluded, and persons I nee river and fdt other_pmrposwi therein aawrt- a

an endless duration to coin 1; ) I in pots. For sale by LEWIS & AMIS. ; tu Alhil\ .Stl.ancito Macon fr'2. purchasing may rely upon getting an article well enacted at the last session of the Legislator '; '

I' : into few Bapts.I December 4. lF7. 2\J WRIGHT 1 & SAWYER Proprietors. made. Among the article comprising their State of florida ; (hat they have recently eyj Zfi

: :. I brief-years f I -. ---.-. --_. -- Rv JOHN M .\HV. Agent. rheir company pctroant to theprbviiiomj o'.itt
S 1 1i : when we were nol. We : : .*U.DEVOTED TO BULL & PRATORIUS 47- Office at the Plant PI'* Hotel Tallaha!.*ee-C. t\1LL .J.VD IVLVTER STOCK under the name and style oi the F1dttcJa'SbttIattr..

: .' : it were, but yesterday Commercial and F:.HA I ICY Agent ; at MM. NATHANS, in Quincy. ma be found the following: nat Improvement- Steam Natiftliijh( j U'''

:. ,, 'j; < ream II be ,yh.rl w'now : I At the fornrr store under the Sentintl Office and July 17, 1S47. 52 Blk French Cloth Frock and Dress Coats Bla'k, The Company will oon comp te tneir amt.. '.
t r I the litorial care of the Fhtriiii Luildic! Brown and In"i Green Castor Beaver SacksSaxa of which due notice will be given, for
!! opposite pt lth.f
I this state ofliving men ? -- -
"k A. M. I Gotha Mist Tweeds, and fancy col'd. Cassimer do- Cotton and other product. of the
.'., of us is laid in the ground of Ihe editor of the I NOW OPENING a choice and well selected DR. J. REESE'S Pellots and Blanket Overcoats, A.C.. Heavy Pilot liberal cash advance, upon all prfrtj country, tI'ship W

i 'f *'. And if this were the end the conviction of all our ARE ort nl of CIJ5THS. CASSIMERSrViSST- and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloak of fine Blk when required. A* soon a1 t>raclicabU a 1 .i
.
p ty would have no meaning the caH- ot l religion I INGS and READY-MADECLOTHINa. The great LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. and Blue Cloths, Pantaloons ol Black French Cassimer oiitable packet will be established by the otae*,.

I 1k 1 k could only be said of support from the publi- care and taste bestowed in the selection of|these goods of feeble constitutions and those of se- Blk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid, Check & Stripeddo. between Cedar Key. and New York and NewOr.
: newspaper in New Or- warrant them in say in? to all who wish to purchase PERSONS babitt. are often troubled with habitual ; alsoTweedSatineltand J>an.do. &,.: VESTS lean (or the conveyance of freight and pajsennn

that perish tbat W8 lived other agency that can good bargain: you will d' well to call and examine convene, which often exerts a very unfavorable of mack and Fancy Satins Stripl'd'.Dd Plaid Silks thereby securing to all its patron, a role a tIp.!

S .. ., )ears upon earth, and then expressed a desire to see our stock. It would be crest tax on time and patieiicf inflaence c pent their general health which is partic- Velvets, Plaid Czshmcrc and Valencias Plaid Silk ditiou mode of transportation of their propert/h

I non-cxi.tence. : avowed their willingness to enumerate the different style and patterns ularly manifested ty irregularity it not total loss of Mazurkas &c. &-. eithei market as well at return cargo to ill plac, .

'. .. though the body and by personal ttr-I compotrg this ortment : suffice if lo siy that a appetite. In this condition of the system, this article I They have alsoanextenriveaeoitmento( Cloths. destination. The rates of transportation will i. a,!,
Bu has. ]I of these cloths and cas! Cassimer and instance exceed
person portion imers arc ol lirllalllr Vesting unmanufactured consisting those heretofore rharrerf
recommended the
!i.
confidently a..sur.nceIhat. or allowtJf
'. i its crfjjinal! dust, I!,spirit the responsibility and Uonsfrd LIISlrr.and Ihe cJ'hioj' and if the d.se'i i. properly :adjusted so as not tomove in past of: Superior French Black and Wool Dye for like services, but a material reduction of sJT

: ever ; so that eternity, ? The time lor its every article of their stock i* of a style and quality the bowels too actively, relief ma*, be relied Cloths, do. English do. do. do., English Blue and rate i i. contemplated at an early pesiod, e amiu

S .' ed in relation to the l arrived ; and the Bap- that"will please the most fastidious. without or even the least unpleasant con- Invisible Green, Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and the increase of business ,
any
of us.Ve iu .tire MUlh.wft. i is They would mention that these CLOTHS arc of upon resulting from the ue of common Castor do., French Black Cusimer. do. Ribbed do. The facilities offered to parties of pleasure lnlloebm
I every one ) whose prnd object the finest texture' the best E'ilUh.: wool ,J\e, Frettchww -cqaencrs medicines resorted to. purgative do., Fancv Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and to visit the Key., at all eaon of the

I existence which is never : i of true reli \ dycWack,t S>.Ca' jimiT, .1Indnn'fool d.ve black J'f'NOnulJbje1 usually to Bilious Cholic on theprevrfllip most fashionable styles ; VESTINGS of Black and the most healthy and desirable retreat ,for.nrsf invalids

0 : )Ieing is to run on parallel 1 I liB"ic"ipli. do.Ca*., French and German black cloths,do. Cass, properties of this medicine may by rely using lIon Fancy Plaid Satins do. du. Silk, Silk and Woollen and other in the State and the beautiful and rattaa.

bp, )him-elf. Immortality & the inrpwr- FrenrN fancy Caemers.VESTINGS I he first In.im li..tltf an approaching attack. Thereare Velvet.. Cashmeres and Valencia! Vetting of' Rich tic scenery of the Suwannee will it is topnoseL,8.r

.4 ;. to us as an essential or : - I, a denominational Silk, Wool D 'Velvet t'j lnnerr'l and excursion.
: of our fouls.! As we pipse. > Polkanetf Billions Fever almost very (all ; to such the use of ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF an
; city of the louth.I Cerro Gor lo and CI'erth'r'ei. Monterey chrckc-d This;
(:rod, so we are dependent } !! I I ly.f the benfits which Rf\DY MADECJJJFIIING.-.Srir Fine blk. this.medicine i is, n-commcndcd' beginning to use it Hats. and Caps(Monterey'Bro.I and. Blcach'd.! Cotton lequi.nte Company arrangements having forth a* they* convpn.believe..,...mad..J .aM.
or 11f' 01 June.
All the hose need of .the French dress fcnd frock coats do. English wool d e by the middle 01 iiay I.men ana uoiion snirti, < unaenmms comimxfction of- the
Iht1solicit
arf public
tinuance. ) whosedigcs'live feeble often ita fatreal
Those organ are ex Blk Ita! Silk Cravats, Silks and Merinodo.
which be brought do. do. French Ca iint'r Sick
can CoaM Doe-kin do.,
.
r: immortality, derived from periermvl'a' sense of fullncweight and oppressionabnnt Fancy -S.itin do Lambs Wool] and Angola age.
the black and cloth
ac.
deny, advantages fancy Sack mixed doe-skin For fm1f1f'r
of little opera the lomali alter eating, will find this medicine Rich Satin and particular apply to JIt' D. P.
Luder hirt
to
: tpirit, teems me Fancy > #,
,
: t .the estjWi-thment of coat, black beav< rcotb! sack andnver..coat., black SMITH A Co., Columbus Ifewrs.
4' afford almost immediate relief. Plain do SMITH A HAR
Scarfs, Brown Cotton and Cotton-
in the endless existence
intelligence CtoAs. Plmtlllo1 fine black Ca
Jnf'dillm
; city "Itrf \t1rm'r. RIS Madison Messrs.
Ladies their confinement often suffer from Li d Hhks. edt PUTNAM t RICHARDS
; near Jenny > Drawer,
p. :' on the tesiinionyoflim} and from which do., a great variety of l.ixy' Caimer; pants nf the il.. : Cedar Key, or to the undfrli '
such this
and costiveness to article White
heartburn : Blk. and Col'd Kid Gum El.tre Suspenders.
p. That i easily than Item any' latest ..t.Ie.. rut, of < WI'\ il '*%nplior Military
me in being. be incalculable. 1I0lie51ir1l. Ckivi-s highly recommended, as it (an he used without the Cloves J Merino and Cotton Half-- JAMES TUCKER,
his own blessed word of ; Trimmings CraMtsva least dahg>r,and with crest benefit. In sick or ervUIM : ) hose. A net fife". Propri tM'.
: side and the Gulf Storks Sw }
almost
| one adjusting Pf'IW1I'r.all( everytKTng Columbus Florida,
January
22
1S4S.
ground ont we hare the Orleans PMSCSM.S tar connected with a gentleman 'tfit.B. headache it n invaluable. Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrella Money Belt, 2'l It

: there lies before each of <-atin with every large ) 4o P. are prepared to cx r tite all (order according This article mil be found to act as a pe: >eant -'or- Shoulder Braces, &.c. A.C.
dial and tomr. rc.Moring. the apprlife, and at the Jefferson
'. lence state of being for obtaining an early to the latest and mOjlt approvetistvlc! *. CLARK A< STILL rAi. Circuit Court.IN .
-a
intention that the
.: movement which nay I N. B. Bv the nest| arrivals we expect to receive ammo time fulfilling every common October 23. IS 17. 14 CHANCERY.
minate. The heavens: (lJ I pnfirative arc intended to effrct. It purely veetattf *. _
*, than perhap. any THE: REMAINDER.Ottober used the William Dailey. Adra'r. de bonit non of J.ha
when according to direction Ikl ll l-
and all the and '
pS away, ; in tIre ecutre of 16, 1M7. It 1. s. 0 lliL. J 0 flY J l lami deceased
,
vroiks of man erase to be of which it w the cum i w ill be found an inralu:tble article,especially to I lose I Complainant,
afflicted with Dv' .iarD4T3ngcmeijt of the l.h'er,1or Attorney nfMontirrllo Law, VI.Tilcnan .
received from the Creator !ulnt which its peri Hamilton Tax Sales. pep D. Fario
General Debilit) ". !. Defendant.
nity-It is to exist forever, 1 it m,i. l impart more or I V virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Prepared by Doctor 1. Reese, Griffin Pike county. I Jcfftrson ConntjFlorida, IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Cnrt.'!
necessary B I ILf. attend the Circuit Courts of Ihe Middle affidavit made in this
-- low shall for sale the alebv at W cause, that Til man D. p,
Court Housedoor Gcorgw.andfor appointment -
expose I-Coe .
the : i infl ( "!111hlpro- Cin-uir.anidofth. Count.> of Colombia of the .nmV-. .the sad. ,itnJLrt.. _..; lm.. _. ._.r ...L_ '._._ _.mHnrida.
li'II. in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Flor- BARNARD.. Jr's.. -- -- --'----- .w. .u. U"J
Extract r. letter from an 1 i I Corrc. a far as p ( : described DANIEL New August 22, 1516. $ the solicitor for complaunnt: It n Ordered That
T.'spaii Ei.er .U convinced of the property or *o much thereof as will pj\ LADD art,
: arc ne the
: ,I have now told }'Ol lhold in New Orleans. the State to-wit and County Taxes due thereon for the .wearl.I7 :I Menlkello, Law Notice.--- the bill said of Tilman complaint D. Purifoj filed in do this appear cause within and answer four
: Quincy'
my object! duties, Arc.-let I the pro rrs* of Roman TheS W I- > of the S E 1-4 of section 31; the HARDY RRTAN, months from the date of the publication ef this or

.. province. You never, in strides Once to established supremacy in tire section 31; the W 1-2of action 3.); the E I. 0-1 r Ant for Thomas county,Georgia.Msy2I'mll. BROCKENBROUGIf & MAXWELL. der, or the said bill of complaint will b. taken for

fancies* pictured to } denomination on a the S W 1-4 of section 26; all in township 2, range 44 confessed : Provided, Tnat a copy of this order a*
can the north and 1TM.; 11. BROCKENBROUGH will rernru to Florida published in some newspaper prnrferf rh* Middle
disc this country. This i 12, east; also the It W 1-4 of section 2.
8 of Texan, which. and the N f.2o.Ijn3andtheN E 1-4 of sec Martin Smith & Thorn V V in time to attend all tbe Courts of the Circuit of Florida once a week for tie *pae.of foer
: irubcd but by gentle and : has lately thrown ,
Middle Cnciit months.
and Jackson
ten lion 4, of township 1, 12north and east t. and Franklin Counties (Signed.)
range
meanders through a country \vith :and eupplica porting belong to I the Estate of Hector W. Jlb.par&n. Commission and Forwarding Merchants in West f1or&. B. & M. will also attend the THOMAS DOUGLAS Judw.

I. a perpetual spring. The forward, in extending, then, bre.and ALSO-The S E 1.4 of Ihe S E 1-4 of section 31, No. 62, Poydrax Street Supreme and Federal Court Their time will be December IS, 1s.7. 22' 4m

tile, yielding of some township I, range 13, north andeast purporting to NEW-ORL'EANS LA. devoted exClusively to the legal profession, and
: of the Redeemer's ,
king
: belong to the Estate of Benjamin Chairt'l.J051.1I claim'against the United Slate., for th. attentive Middle District of F1 J1day
others three The
a year. ft'. .. MAUnX-G. W. SMITH-THOft. L. T1IOKH.Rfferi prosecution of which arrangem* ole have been made
I lines of the soil, almost ; editor t,pay special at. And T. BAISDEN, Sheriff to in Washington.March WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUNTY.
ex-officio Tax Col. Hamilton
Co.
Science and Literature. Daniel Ladd. Plaintiff
ar corn, -sugar-cane, article of a scientific March 11iSt. 31-3m J. U' Argtle,A. Restwick. S. S. Sibley.TaU...' e.1 13, 1547. 51 ? In AtUchlMB.?
or
-. : The articles in J. L. Smallwood R. L. Edmonds, Lockh'rt Debt S3Z7 53.
abounding not tend to Ihe culti Quincy. t DR. C. If. BUNTING Thomas Defendant. S

P"Uf. : out cultivation, are S:1 the mental and moral Leon Circuit Court.IN February 1 12, 1SJ*. 30 SURGEON DENTIST NOTICE i i. hereby givento the nid TboBu

and vanilla beans ; cannot fail to prove : CHANCERY.C : Notice.ALL ,I and all other peMon interested ia the
woo to any family into TTAV1NG permanently located in Quincy Florida, above cawe, that the plaintiff Daniel Ladd ha Ustitnted -
'
., and a thol&nd ,tJ/o; Bill fur tettlement of Eitatc. persons, creditors legatee entitled to dis- JLL le.pectfully tenders his services to tbe publicin tbi.swt by attachment, issued from the of.

fruits and luxuries. p.pta Current, correct- James II: Broome and ethers for themselves and or otherwise intelt'ted in the estate the various branches of his profession.; From hi* fice of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit Cent

: of this country, and : lrt. from which other creditors of A. M. Gatlin, Complainant, of James M. Sloaa late of Jefferson County deceased experience and snccess in practice; he eels a sarcdof against the lands and tenement, goods and chattel,

0 wild all over the [ interested in the state n. hereby notified to exhibit their claims being able to please those who may patron e him. of the said Thomas Lockbtit who ,ide* beyond
grows
TurbuU R. IkUnnS.m A. Bet Ion his Wife Executrix and demands within two (rom this date to the Dr. B. refers the 10
wild may obtain all (the de. yean public he limits ol this State for a debt dne to the said
.' turkeys, partridges, of A. M. Gatlin and other, Dffendantt.WHCnCAS undersigned, or the same will be barred : and all Col. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. DAVIDSON, Ladd on a promissory note, executed anti deliverarf

numerous ; in lact, niture? to the Chronicle" i By an order made by his Honor person indebted to said estate are requested to make Gen. C. H. DUPONT, Dr. R. E. LITTLE. and payable to W. H. Perry rr bearer dated the 8tb

., .' thing for this country and ; S3,: at the end of! DOUGLAS Judge, on the Itt December immediate; t'a)tolent. Otiieeopposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited of November, 1S44, due one day after its dale, v4.

.. you could induce from i of the year. 1917,in the above entitled cause,Ibe onder JAMES R. TUCKER. Sheriff on at I heir,residence as usual. which Dole was transferred (rom the aid W. n.

families to emigrate-here signed was appointed among other thing, fe t fake i of Jefferson County and ex officio Adm'r.February Sentembei Il. IS 17. 9 Perry fsv d..livprv fur a '"h..hI..iA.roo..- :. 'A tkaid .
,
its establishment in an account of! what is due to Complainants for their H}. 1S4S. 31 3m -- ; Laid, now amounting i principal and i interest together

I I happy and wealthy in one ; card r in all its above claims and to nil other creditor of said A. M. Gat.lin M. D. PAPY, to the sum of three hundred and twenty

;, would he in any part of the ( : if indeed equalled, vtith interest thereon ; and it was ordered further LEWIS & AMES, even dollars and fifty-three cent : Now DM said
@mj ASP
four or frr.rrLc land i in any other country That the said Muter do cause an advertisement DF.\LERS IJTDRUGS W9 defendant and all other persons interested is the
mon by t with a cordial "u|>t> } to be published in the Floridian,' a newspaper MELMC1NES WILL Practice in all the Courts in the Middle above suit are hereby requrred to enter his or their
; any person, I : PAINTS OILS,
S.
.
an Office on the first floor of the Cap. and the declaration
!. a well from all others published weekly in Tallahassee and iu such appearance plead to filed ia life
',. municipal authoritifs can throuhout the counr other public newspapers as he hall think proper for Toilet .Articles Perfumery, 4c., Window Glass itel. South wing room formerly occupied by the I said suit on or before' the first day of t the next May

land a he can work, and e. vecond of- the creditor of the said Alfred M. Gatlin to come PAINTERS' BRUIHE'fD COLORS, Secretary of the Terntcrv. !, Circuit Court to be held in the said Covnlj of Wakulla

.. :.. own lifetime, and his '4S, and I would re- in before him and prove I heir debts on or befcre the Glass Ware Ac. November 15, tSol:. 17 ,or otherwise judgment will be rrndeied again
,
I. same. You can also to subscribe lo this first day of May next ; and that foch ol the cndftor*' Apothecaries him or them bv. default.
and the land ; the very best time they who<>li all not come in and prove their debtsby the time Tit E above constantly on hind: and for sale at the JOHN EIISKIME, DANIEL LADD.
by
S 5 t kte aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit of this decree lowest market prices. ATTORNEY AT LAW February 19, l-Cg. 31
.
at the rate rf : RU&SHLL. ; and that t such persons not parties to the lull, LEWIS & AMES.
: _
acre. If this country was Tallahassee, Ha. who shall come in before the Mid Master lo prove Tallahassee, November 20, t 1S17. IS Oulnrv- I'lartila- Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry
,
attend the Jintiets Courts of Ojdsden
'. S or I shouM say a of 3J 3t their debts' do. before they are artirultml. .Jirt" lor.. WILL REPAIRED.
par : contribute- the complainants Wakulla County Tax Collector'sSALE. the Circuit Court of' Middle Florida
Ihetr of
with its natural passes, ( : : of proportion ; and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. 'T'OWLE & 'MYERS, having secured the services
the this .
.> '. Cou. expenses soil, to be settled by the said
: cess, and tho vast 1819. Master." And it also Novemberfl,1SI'. 13 tff J. of an experienced workman who will attend To
: was ordered,limit an account virtue ol the vested in law
authority me by Sentinel the repairing of Watches and Clock xrlosivtiv.
: themselves, it to Foreclose Mort- i be taken of all securities l or collateral held by the BY this levied and J- copy.RACES.Central
deveJop I have day upon will-expose to are prepared to do all work in their line of bG.ift.
'car the most wealthy of Personal Property. !creditors& revertiveh, and a report be made of tbe public ..,Ie. in front ol the Court House, in the evenly well and promptly.November .
same. and of the valise of each." And it also Course, Macon.
I was
lion earth. Wakulla State of Florida
on only inter I of 6, IM'7. 1ft
I are ordered .that alt
persons "r. parties may be examined i inle -
.:. ted by a free of the for roga .
,
The production of the this cause, arid they are tlieir; crMody or power relating thrrelo.upon oath between the usual hours the following pieces or
and be to Ihe same, if any plea before the said Master the said di-
S ( it can only raised ) as Master chaR parcel of Latxl v u:
) The
': duce more wealth in this, mortgage isoll'er. rect." Lot number S. containing 474 acres, and knownas a

,. made in the whole States of to secure the payment Now therefore. all)l persons claiming to be creditors the i'elun' y. according to the original survey I .
interest. of said A. M.
Gsllm hereby
are in pursuance of made by Asa llartfield. Surveyor. Also lots
.' )Ivania, and Virginia ; JEFF. hEiR laid order notified to produce their: claim, and the r39.40..JI..J2.43..J-I.51.52.53.GO.GJ.G2.

p at present is wild, beautiful l for Petitioner. vouchers in support Ihrreof.-and all collateral and GJ. OS, C'J, 70, 71, 7-s 80, 81, S'.'. 83. 1,7, 8, 14. TALLAHASSEE, FLORID

In my most dreamy : 2m securities therefor before me, at my office in Talla- Containing each 300 acres; and known and described --" ." : '-', _. . TO the undersigned has been confided the Bia

tured to myself! so ha..ee, within the time limited in said order, and by aid numbers according to the original survey agement eC this hoteL

: Store a fresh supply otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, made by Asa Hartfield, Surveyor.All Regular Spring Meeting, over the Central HAMILTON HUDSON.
could I the
give you, by .-.-among which that they may l lie admitted parties to the said suit. the above described lots o'-Land situated, ly- THE ',near this city will commence on TUESDAY January S, !

.r description, the least idea Dated this third day of I December A. D. 1547. ing and being in the county ol' WaVulla.on the westside the 2d day of MAY 184" The following stS.NoUce.

Should the people of PILLS AND RES SIMON TOWLE:, Special Master. of the Wakulla River being a portion of what Purses will be offered. The money to be hung up at .

enough lo annex this BITTERS. D'mber4.1 20 If Lt known as Forbes Purchase and levied upon as the stand ready for the inner of each race. ALL persons indebted to the estate of Low Joiner,

United I will prtiol Dyspepsia Liver Com- the property of the Apalachicola Land Company Pvrie. of Hamilton County, deceased, are resest.ed -
.. : Satea -and" all kindred John P. Duval, and will be sold to situty their State and County Tax Tuesday, first day. 1 mile beat $ OO 00 to make immediate payment ; and those harisg

..: )life" bre, and will slomacb or im. ATTORNEY AT LAW for the county oi Wakulla. for the year l64.AiI1i'AlI ". Wednes lay, second day, 2 mile beats, 3m) 00 demands are requested to present them in term .

1. in the HALL Sheriffand Thuod.y.'third day 3 mile heat, 600 00 Ihe law, du-ly authenticated.
I practice Courts of Middle Florida
LOZENGES, WILL Court of er-oflirio Tax Collector Wakulla Co. Friday fourth day best threean five. ELIZABETH JOINER. Adm'x.
and the United States
Appeal,
October IV. IN 17. IS horse
pleasant preparation winning 2X 00 February 19.1 HS. 31 2m
District
te Aslor. Court at Tl.hassfOffice .
fMr. ( ------ ---
And of WORMS in Silver Cup worth $:, for second best,
; p in Win. Wilson Buildingsover Hajw.rd'iBook Notice.SIX .
lafet Prcsi&ntial
canvass, Store, llahasre. if more than two starts. Furniture, Carpets, &c.for Sale.

1 ,: Committee were engaged LOZJ GES. February 2 5, IblS. 3. months after dale.ll I : present my final ac- Saturday, for beaten horses. l.V 00 PAiR of handsome Mahogany Parlor CohH.
of and vmxrlin to the H n. Judge of Pio- CHARLES A. ELLS. 1
business ef raising Ihe I CURI.I cases : 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case with draw*!*
.
: as a matter of | Ilo. 1'linl I the Side.) bate in and for LIon County and apply for letters fdismission Secretary Central Race Club. and desk, 2 handsome Carpets 1 Doable Wheel Patent -

1 I cmpaig of Pulmonary Com Notice.SIX as admitii. trator of the estate of Joseph Macon, March Ilth, !'J1I. 34-8w Corn-Sheller the most approved article in n*.
man means Allen dec\S'd.
; .,' month after date, the undersigned will pre. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE
F Cited in the Whig side for : hi$ accounts and voucher*to the Hon.'TjbIe COUNCIL B. A ALLEN Notice. Feb. .I IMS. 29 At the Tin Manufactory.

'; r.. ; the rest they depended on ND AGUE PILLS Judge of Probate of von County, and apply for letters AJministrafor. with the will annexed. SIX months after date I shall present my accounts

S "eral contribution, especially and. and F.fTccto l Cure of dimi..ion as administrator of the estate of February\ IS 13. 32 Cm vovhero to the Hon. JuJge of Prcb.tr of Tax Collector's Sale. \

Fever. Intermittent lieu J.Ga.kins, late of Jefferson' and apply for letter of diSl1Ji',ion
said deceased. county
I' Cowr.ty,
: friend of Mr. Clay. To reduced /. Seventy-Jive Doctor John P. Dtrval virtue eT the authority Tested in me by law, f
By
Administrator tire of F Ub
estate
on
WESLEY henry
Adm'r. a*
MANNING rg
l' .. riht beforehand shall expose for aal.. before tbe Court H.--
t they spoke ByS. S. SIBLEY, Agent. his profcx!iona1} service to the citizens late of Jefferson comitv. deceased.HENRY .
OFFERS door in the of Tallahassee the first Wooda/'
city
on
andconaine
Mr. AUr' are for
i i Febnrary 19, IFt'(9. 3t Cm has et'and surrounding country Officein r.REE. BEltGrdm'r..
lhrarian aLng in
the
next described if
LEWIS August following ,
I "' Mr. A. fur A. AMES \\ Wi$ .on's Building, over Hay ward's BookStore October 16, 18.n. 13 6m property
Tallahassee, Fa. so much thereof as will be sufficient to pay tbe Slate
I\ "r': g.licit his subicription. "' I anJotber in Newport Mineral Spring. ,Taltahaiwe.F ISIS.. and County taxes doe thereon for the rear IS47:

I t .: rived they repaired to his :, ve Medicinessee future DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE. __J brtrary26 3' Notice Section 15Township 1. Range 1NaadEpit-

[\t .\ Hurlgate, and were I which may be ob. undersigned, being fully empowered Notice.OIX IS hereby given to all person interested that six potting belong to W. G. GonlX
.1'IIE make warrantee titles months after date,! shall present my final account. A. A. FISHER Sheriff
well who has bad the
tj, ;. remarked M at months after date, the unJcrli ned. admini I Co.
I and vouchers Hon. and Tax Collector Leon
to the of Probate ex officio
: } Judge in and
around
l It. .,_.. ..C .A.. .. 5... k..t ..._ : the abc,. Spring O traIns Ibe estate ( B. F. Li scomb d
{ A ; .. .". .v. SU'lIU 'liU "' laid elf in good size dwelling Ints of upW,4f 0'' o |> deceased for the County of JtrTer 1O.and apply for a discharges January 29.1848. 29

.. .: .. ;c liiin to subscribe the &c. acre each which he new oflcrs for sale low. Plans will present, her account and vouchers to the Hon. tho Administrator of the estate of Anna Brook

,.. ;"' Presidential canvass. undefined have u. of the same, with terms, tc., can be seen at Dr. E. Judge of Probate administratrix of Wakulla County, and ask to bedi.chargl'd late of aid County, deceased.JAMES G. W. HUTCHINS, .

t.', Astor I am not ,and from this date Darurd'*,TaU.huaee. First come has first choice. as of said entat R. BROOKS.
,
E.
bt and the business con DANIEL LADD. E. LIPSCOMB, Adm'x. JetT fIn Count', Oct. 3&, 15,11. 15 6 things These FcbruarylSlS. 32 fira
j.T : They are I Newport, February!, 1918. 31 TALLAHASSEE, FLA.O .

to' ,t' business what and tbe,'bol prolpl of work in their line, Attachment. Deaf and Dumb Asylum ALES ir a y pact of the county attended t., sad
reasonable
on
upon as 'term Notice. O svllcited.
respectfully
But I old as workmen in M Justices Court for the 2d District oflon county. OF KENTUCKY.
: any
: give. am aa I
ti.4; $ QIX months after date, the Administrator of the *arzNtNcxs :
'1 t. thing to do with commerce ,patronage.: of the pub- O estate of R. Hmrrnhrie, deceased late of Leon Daniel B. fisher, Agent for William E. Fisher tlI\HE subscriber,as the resident agent of the said I H. Bono, Esq., I LLOTP JtD. Fi.iee.

s I .>,r makes no difference bounty, will present hi* final account and voucher I t". 1I Institution offers for*.Ie.m tractt and upon J. W. ABGTLE, Esq., f C. Witaoar, Ea>
,.. t 'to the Hon. Jndgo of Probate of said and Toms Welborn.pHE lemma to suit purehaters about FOB Thoasand Acre. January 23, IS-tS. 37
money any mur and bavn't i I VINCERHOST& for a discharge from said administration.County defendant and ill ethers are hereby notified el of LAND, situated in the comity nt Jackson in the

.1: ... .. the matter. "Way, Mf..A. j n. Irt pray November 27, IS 17. 19 Cm 'JL the commencement of this suit, returnable to a I State ot Florida. Also the Riglt to Locate, to a Thorns Jeff. Heir,
Justice Court to be held at Tallahassee on tile 12th I limited extent.
of ibe Committee are :
"fj} j "you lay of June next, and to appear and plead to the : The above land were "elected af an early dale by ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW

;" .r when he wept t.te._ DR. J. 8. BONDOrnnt am?. Given under my bod and teal, this 31st an experienced judge,and are believed to be amongst WILL practice in the Citemit Cwrt i 1. rat

.5..i- ; worlds t conquer. A O ( i I do. : his professional services to the citizen Match A. DH 1819. he finest in the cooo
; money and now (Ibere'a I II do. : and the surrounding country EDWARD M. WEST, (hAL: ] C. H. DUPONT, pretne Court and United Stale* District CetftTallihaaae at
D
f htf sale by Office at Col. ..,bet'l Hotel. Justice of the Peace. Jgeat.fD.4D..4..fry. *.
Ha laughed I I
1 \ < ..1j" / lake it FLAGG. ) sy29, 1817. 45 tf April 1,1 i4s. 37 3m Quincy, Jua 4713, Ii7. Jy i Monticello, January 29.1S4. UfI



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