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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 13, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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POETRY. = How few men- THE there PSINTEH.are, says he Steubvn- r$

1JOE NOT ON THE WINE WHEN RET- vile of those who gaze admiringly l f]

A eoso' -*n &. B. MCZK. S Q. THE FLORIDIAN ) upon n.rJ as he nimbly dial the slen.' t*

Ob lnok not 04 the wine when red; der letters round, that know o 'oiI and If.:

When sparkling in tbe crystal cop, prntion. From tbe nature o his occopa.
around shed.
rr Twill though born bright thy priceless hues are spirit op.it do i comparatively unknown to the community -

,. Tbe dark browed Queen of Egypt gas large. Immured in a closely con. 1'
its -- fined of business from late'
richest jewel to wive. ----- place an early to a
Her ---- -- - - -- --- -
And as they perished, in tbe bowl. hour-and those who work on a daily
paper
BY SIBLEY fc DYKE. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA SATUlJDAY MAY VOL. %IN0.93.
soul. 13 1848.
Will sink the treasures of thy frequently throughout the night ; hare no rr/r s '

Oh look not OB the crimson wine. ular hours of ; inhaling the noxious .

For Let i.not their iU ray waters delusive kill thy sbioeThere's lips, Oh, yes !i There's that John Mason, for- -in- -over- -bid -all-, up-to-four- -thousand.-He will -''GOODTEMPER.Y rigbls as men, they gone elated.with-the vapors incident rt'l I close room, with smoke .

bidden deatb for him who sips; stance.' probably, bare it knocked down lo him at CHABLKS: SWAIW. victory they bate achieved and baring tasted and pas*** and steam, it b no wonder that h. 1 tTe -

The olden facet the prophet viewed The man looked a tittle surprised ; but re. three thousand, and thus come into the unin- 1 There*net t 4 cheaper: thing; on earth the sweets of freedom, they t become clamorous .bol appear cadaverotnand .- t
deemed brightly in the solitude; marked without Nor yet one half to deal compositor is most of exposed to ,
any change of tone : cumbered possession of a piece of property ; for a larger portion. Thus will the a1 ,

Bat soon found for by him Marah's who drank bitter a wave graveWas So IOU have beard of him bate you?' upon which he has received two thousand dol. Tin Or worth thoaullds niore pined than distinguished birth. States and Principalities of Europe be in a tbM baneful influences, materials of o ,?

4 Oh, !' Ian.' year; which the type are exert a perni- ',* i,
yes It lend the day a new delight ; constitutional state of turmoil, and ferment comped
Ob look not mantling oo the in treacherous the jewelled wine.When howl. 'Asa very bad man ?' 4 But three thousand dollars will not satisfyhis Ti virtues firmest shield! ; perhaps for some years-like the earth, bearing cious influence urn especiallywhen ; ,

; Of You know him I And adds me re beauty to the night be. for the ot is obliged ,
Though wreaths and flowers around it twine cQura suppose ? claims against me. in all directions, previous tothe occurrenceof pur.ae flpeditf'n. r
They breathe a poison on the soul. Yes, very well. Have you ever met him ?' Xo. You will still owe him a thousand Than all t tile stars may. yield.It an earthquake. At length the combustible to dry bis types by tbe fr afe disr.Lution. 'e Ibi

The orient Upas proudly naves 'No 'and maketh poverty.! content. His one .
never wish to. dollars ? matter will have vent ; a tremendous explosion being ohlig-d ltnd
Its foliage o'eraland of graves: 4 You're seen him, I presume ?' 4 Will he prosecute the claim ?' To sorrow ,whispers peace: will take place. The lava of England's position, an I stooping posture while correcting ,
And thus the flower wreathed goblet'breath! It is a !gift! (rpm heaven sent '
Brings desolation woe :and death! Never. Is he here T' He !' And the man smiled. Yt's.to the For mortal! to increase bankruptcy will overspread tbe European and' making up, tends sooner or Ut- :f i.

'The min: glanced: round the room, and last extremity there be hope of getting any. It meets yon 'with a smile at morn ; world, overwhelming kings and aristocracies er to destroy the harmony of his internal organs .
Oh look not en the tempting: wine
; then : It lulls yo.> to repose ; : and the sedentary nature of his busi-
Pan not beneath its seen, rod, replied thing. but cementing tbe democratic interest as i ia
!for bow before its demon shrine, 'I don't see him.' Then I am certainly in a bad wa\' A flower for peer anJ peasant born flows. Trust me Las Casas,that, as from the nes together with the variety ot.mprtur I

The image f creation* God !- 4 fie was here I "PPfI1' ?l' 'I'm afraid you are, unless you can find An ererlaing| rose. vines planted in the soil which encrusts the he is obliged to undergo and bi

It i is the fabled Circe. bowl Oh, yes ; and adJr-ised the meeting sere- come one here who will befriend you in the A charm to linili| grief away, sides of Etna and Vesuvius the most delicious pbJical.tate is extremely sensitive, often pr. i
That dwarfed by stature, drowned the soul, To snatch (the frown from care ; disorders which hasten him
to
ral times. matter. i i.. obtained a 4
wine of
And by its 'trcrrJ.t..U though; mute, Turn tears to'smile' ,make dullncs.1 gay so shall the lava which ;
Transformed tbe angel!; l to the brute! 4 In one of those sneering, ill-tempered answers There is no one here who will lend me Spread !gU neae every where; I speak prove to be the only soil on which (be I premature grare. .i

look not the wine when red to your remarks, no doubt.' four thousand dollars upon that piece of property And yet 'tis Ob on
; The inclined his head if That gem.lhe lily' breast ; the printer he confined to a narrow circle and
I. It i is the deadliest human foe ; man: slightly as said I. May it flourish for ages You per.

It wreathes a Cyprus round the head, acknowledging a compliment. 41 don't know but one man who is likely to A As talisman ever. man for lose as>>'d true. haps,consider these sentiments strung and unusual amidst the hum of the world without, and the \ {

A.d lay the loftiest trophies low. 4 It's a pity that such men as this John Ma. do it,' was answered. posses ; they are mine, however. I was a ceaseless din oldie politician and newsrnon- .a

''It darken virtue, poison health son,' said I, 'often hare wealth and some 4 Who is that?' I asked, eagerly. As smile(htj rainbow through (he cloud republican but the fate and opposition of Europe I !Tr within-ibo' compelled to inhale the not.
of wealth '
Blasts and hope ant robs ; When Ihrt t'ning storm begins
peace ,
'Crime, pain, and famine 'rourxl it tread- shrewdness of mind to give them power in the John Mason.' As nmic'mid the tempest loud made me in Emperor. I am now a iousairofthe prinling office, and by tbe dim %

Then look not on the wine when red! community.' 'John Mason: I'll never go to him.' That till its street way wins- spectator of the future !1" lamp at mtdn.hl- .,

, MOBILE .'\pri110, 184S.t 4 Perhaps'said my auditor your prejudices Why not ?' As springs| the arch a-*mss the tide, 4 Work.work, work l. I

. against this man are too strong. He's not 41 might as well<< remain where I am, as toget Where waves conflicting foam, fir lion. Edward Everett, in his eulogy With finger weary and wrrn. : 0
THE COLD WATER ARMY.r
So comes this seraph to side, l and red
our Eyelid heavy
perfect, I (know;;: ; but even the devil is often into his hands. A sharper and a lawyer This angel k>f our bone.What on Mr. ADAMS, mentioned the following striking r
MISS PHEBC: CAREY: does his bosom thrill and bis .
painted blacker than he is. If you knew him to boot! No-no. Better to bear the evils circumstance : : yet eye glisten t.
Firmly they still have stood, I may: this. 'wondrous: spirit f tie, I he sets the news of snmt great victory, sly;
witha up
rather him little "In 1840 while a '
A true and fearless band; I think you would estimate a that we have than fly to others that we know With unheard hetore November walking .
j power and h* gloats with delight, while at tb. f !
For the noble cause of human rood differently. not of. To charm this bright divinity ? friend in Bo.tonIr.! Adams felt a paraly. eager '

Hath nerved each bent and hand. 41 don't wish to know him. Opportunitieshave 4 You may get: assistance somewhere else, Good I temper, nothing more! tic shock. lie at once said it was the shock same time he reads and puts in type the speech *.

And they fear not the trowns of earth, offered, but I have always avoided an but I am doubtful,' said the man ; and bowing Good temper?-'tis the choicest gift of death." In journal, he made the entry of his great orator. He enters into tbe npirI it

The mocking sneers of men. introduction.' That woman homeward brings ; _*4 From this I date decease. I i of all bis work ; he cannot be a mere ma.chinethe .}
politely, passed on, and left me to own un day my consider
For they fight (or the sacred home and hearth, my And can the poorest peasant hit
4 Who first the character of this for useful very nature of his work sets his n
to
For their trampled rights again. gave you pleasant reflections. To bliss unknown to kipjrs.. myself every purpose myself
?' asked the individual with whom I and to fellow-citizens dead.- Ibouhl in motion ; and while types go ",
man was Laxton made as quick work of the businessas my as th
and weak.Are
In their ranks, Dft longer thin ,
men of every ace conversing. the nature o. the case would admit ; and in ROPHCCY OF NAPOLEON.The : His journal, which he had kept for more than click,click, in his stick be may imagination ui tl

From the stripling client, with a beardless cheek Mr. Laxton,' I replied. 'SO you know a err short time the property was advertisedat London Weekly Dispatch has been fifiy years, stopped on that day. Four months be scrutinizing the inmost recesses of :' ;.

To tbe silver adf'd age. him ?' public sale. As the time for the sale furnished with the following by a literary gen. afterwards he resumed it, under the bead ofl some distant country-wandering amidst v :

. I 0,Were their their host's banners would darken all outspread.the summer sea, 4 0, yes Very well. He speaks hard of (he great desire to pre ent the sacrifice approached tleman of eminence :- Posthumous Memoirs," and he continued 6'44pleasures and palaces," or riding on the t$1 : '

And the dens of guiit rock: tremblingly I Mason, docs he ?' that I was too well assured would take 44 In less than fifteen; years from the present," to serve hIS country another year. The eve. deep blue sea. He smiles at the ludicrous f!

With their firm and heavy: trrad. I He has cause, I believe.' place, suggested the dernier resort of calling said the Emperor Napoleon to me one day. ning previous to the final shock be received -looks grave at the disastrous ; the ibrillinir :,t :

Did he what it l' I stood the from rock in the hall of he bad read romance gives him pleasant excitement, and t f
They come, not an invading band ; ever explain to you was ? upon Mason. But my prejudices against; the as we viewing se i a representatives, to t )
With dream if Not But he which the road the whole Eu him raises his thoughts to the sublime, and "
high renown very fully. gin him a gene- man was so strong, that I could not get my overhangs Bishop Wilberforce's Sermon on Time. poptr
To spoil the homes of our happy !land. t oral had character, and says he has done more own consent to do so. ropean system will lie changed. Revolutionwill That was the last night he passed under bis it may truly be said of him, and whilst be i i. i. ;{

And' trample hervineyardt! down ; la injure the best interest of the village than On the day before the sale, I met tho indi. succeed revolution, until every nation own roof." outwardly striving for the lowest wants, be is ; 2
But to hunt that monster of sin and (rrine.
Which tbe slaves of the wine cup know any ten of its worst enemies that exist.' vidual before alluded to. becomes acquaint with its individual rights.! inwardly striving for tbe highest. Then h. ; j .t

Who tracks his way in a path of slime ![ 4 Indeed That is a sweeping declaration. 4 Have you been to see Mason ]l' he asked.I Depend upon' it, the people of Europe will The Excellence of Religion.-Tbe follow approaches the artist ; who works with both (

O'er tbe fairest flowers below. I I nut I will frankly own, that 1 cannot join in shook my head. nOl long submit: to be governed by these. ing is one of the most beautiful and truthful! his bead and bands. ; 't

For undisturbed has he reamed the earth j| w broad a condemnation of the man, although Then you have made up your mind to let bands of pretty Sovereigns, these aristocratic sentences we have ever read. It is from the : The printer enjoys few of the luxuries of ." t. .

Till his serpent{ brood have come he has his faults, and no one knows them I that scoundrel, Laxton, fleece out of Cabinets. I was wrong in re-establishing pen of Sir Humprey Davy, of whom it is well II life : the publication mOlt appear regularly ,
you your
To nest themselves in the very health think better than I do. property.' the Order of Noble' in France. But I observed that if be bad not been ibe first of and consequently all his time is employed.He .- .t !

Yet Of hearing many a the once widow, bright and home.orphan's sigh, This made no impression upon me. The 41 see no way of preventing it.' did it to give splendor! to the Throne, and modern philosophers be would have been the bears the "tinkling of the merry bells. J t tbe

And knowing he wounds to ;kill name of John Mason was associated in my 4 Why don't you try Mason ?' refinement to' the manners of the people, first of modern poets : sleighs fly over hill and valley, but be c.no .. !)

There are those so deaf to a nation' cry mind with everything: that was bad, and I re. 41 don't believe it would do any good.' who were fast sinking into barbarism since "I envy no quality! cf the mind or intellec,1 I there ; in fine he has bu little lime for 10 il

They would shield the monster still. plied by saying, that I was very well satisfiedin 41 think differently.' the Revolution. The remains of the feudal of others ; not genius, will or fancy ; but if cal duties ; even upon the Sabbath be can. '. ,

But our army follows with noiseless tread regard: to his character and did'nt mean to 4 If he did help me out of this difficulty,' I system will vanish before the Sun of Know] could choose what would be most delightful, not always rest, for if perchance some special x t"

Wherever be wind iiis way.,:venomed have any thing to do with him while I livedin replied it would only be to get me into a edge. The people have only to know that I and I believe most useful to me, I prefer a message arrives or some dread calamity .' t -';
bruise '
As the his head
He feeling shrink from the on light of day Moorfiald. more narrow corner.' all power emanates from themselves in order, firm religious belief any other blessing ; f rit occurs it must be forthwith published, for the '. ; ,

And ne'er on the un.heathe41'Word' and spear Some one interrupted our conversation at.. 4 You don't know any such thing' said the I to assert their rights to a share in their respective makes discipline ofgood-creates new hopes, public borer around anxious and ready to devour .

Will their hand relax its Governments. This will be the when vanish and (brows the news. Many a sweet flower does |; ,
grasp.Till j this point, and I was soon separated from my man, in a different tone from any in which he case earthly hopes o"ertbe
they pause and lean ou their arm to hear very agreeable companion. I met him frequently : had yet spoken, when 'Mason was the subjectof I even with the Boors of Russia. Yes Las decay, the destruction of existence, the he cull by the midnight lamp for tbe reader .i ,
The his
sound
of dying pa p- ] afterwards, and he was always partic. our remarks.'Think fora moment upon Cn'aIOU may live to see the time, but most gorgeous of all lights ; awakens life in to toy with in the cushioned arm chair at -: ,:

_. i ularly! polite to me, and once or twice asked the basis of your prejudices.! It lies mainly shall be cold in my grave, when that col. death, and from corruption and
n O llift..l IN! (j) 1 j me if I bad fallen in with that John Mason upon tbe assertion! of Laxton, whom your own I ossal but ill-cemented empire will be split into up beauty and divinity ; makes an instrumentof meration considere of but secondary impor- >*. i .

i yet, to which I always replied in the negative:; experience has proved to he a scoundrel. TIe as many Sovereignties, perhaps Republics, fortune, and of shame the ladder of ascent lance ; many persons seem to think it is > f.
*
F'om the Mfdfl jlmerican C ur ,r. and expressed myself: as freely as ever-in re- fact is, your estimate of :Mason's character is I as there are hordes of tribes which composeit. to paradise ; and, far above all combinationsof but little! impoitanre whether tb printer is J .r

THAT JOHN MASON. I'gird to the personage mentioned. entirely erroneous. Laxton hates him, because ." After a few more reflections em the earthly hopes, calls up the most delightfulvisions paid or not. "
the life of such i is
of his thus of and amaranths,the gardens of Ouch is a prinler- the i, 4:
iy JOH.V JOVrs JR. Careful as we may be to keep out of trouble he has circumvented him more than A future prospects Europe, Majesty palms :
I life of a man whose days and frequently his j
we are not always successful in our efforts. dozen times in his scheme of iniquity, and will continued : Merer was a web more artful. the blest,the security everlasting,where
What kind of people have here I I' I nights, are employed in to the .(
you When I removed to Moot-field, I supposed my circumvent him again, if I do not greatly err, ly woven over a nation than that horrible debt the Sensualist and skeptic only view g'oom, ministering
asked of one of acquaintances: after be. wants, necessities, and the comfort of othersin ;
my the of It annihilation and !
affairs to be in but provided give him the of which envelops people England. decay, despair .
a very good way ; thing* you opportunity doing
coming a denizen of the pleasant little villageof I proved b otherwise. I was disappointed, so.' has been tbe means of enriching tbe aristocracy the art of all arts, the beacon light of tho ,

Moorfield. not only in the amount I expected to receive There was force in this view. True enough.; beyond all former example in any other A Panic.-Somehow or other the Lill hoi. world! .. .>,

Very' clever people, with one or two exceptions I from the business I followed in the village, but What confidence was there to be placed in country, whilst it has, at the same time, insured ders of the Mobile Bank yesterday took a fancy ., t
he replied. 41 am sure you will I fast and powerful friends to that that institution was somewhat week in Incredible Story. The Washington correspondent r
disappointed in the receipt of money I felt sure Laxton's words ? And if Mason had circum. as manY' '
like us very well. there individuals: who its lower extremities, i. e. tbe vault! The of the Baltimore Sun t tells the following Ii.
of getting by a certain time. vented him, as was alleged:; of course there the Government, as are f.
'
Who are tbe exceptions ? I asked-' ForI I When I first came to Moorfield, I bought; a was avery good reason for detraction. receive interest for that money so extravagantly suspicion passed from mouth to mouth until it story : .A most horrible instance of t dmonomaniacle

wish to keep all such exceptions! at a dis to crush liberty in other into the statement of a positive fact, and suicide recently at ; t
piece of property from Laxton-(bis business 4 At what hour do you think I can see him ? squandered grew ourr *
tance. Being a stranger, I will, wisely, take Baton Rouge, La., in person of a gallant *
transaction made said I. countries. Even that must have an end ; straightway a run for specie commenct>d.- jy
us acq'laintf"d-and paid,
a hint in time. It's matter to shun soldier an Major, who lost an arm in A t'
an an Army ;
easy cash down, one.third of the purchase money ; 41 believe he is usually in about twelve some accidental spark will ignite the combustible Every body who had a fire dollar bill dropped
acquaintanceship ; but by rm means so easy to the for the two. clock.' mass, and blow the whole system to tbe his business and eff he ran In sec what it was one of the .al..t battles. Silting; .I.n.ln .1| <
remaining
properly as security 0'.1
J break 4 it oft"after it is once formed.' thirds, which I was under contract to settle at 41 will see him,' said I, with emphasis. devil. If..this 'mighty! debt were due ,to forei"ners worth. Some minutes after three o'clock the his room, aot'e military post, tbe fan- s J {f"'rcy
said. And I will in took fast bold bis mind that be .
1 Very truly warn you those ( islanders would not bank was full people! and the officers were upon saw
4 cunning
certain first Do returned the and ,
a day. two so
My man
I payment was ; may your ,
time,of one man in particular. His name is thousand do'lars. when the interview be desire.' bear the burden an hour, but would, on some paying out specie as coolly as a summer morn- the Virgin :Ir silting or standing in thw i 1. w
Unfortunately, as satis'actory as you can I
John Mason. Keep clear of him, if wishto break with their creditors tbe vaults too full of it tobe midst of the upon his hearth She told -
you
final payment became due, I was not in funds, At twelve, precisely, I called upon Mason, : pretext or other, ng, as though were ;j
keep out of trouble. He's as smooth and their but safe. him he was devoid of the requisite firmness, i
and the of within not without I I and laugh at credulity ; they owe quite
misgivings must
receiving ,
prospect many own.
oily as a whetstone, and like whetstone money and a test required bim to thrust his remaining '
a themselves
individuals P. S. The banks kept it doors till five
five six months but found still and the the to among open a
or was anything good.In my prejudices strong: ; as to I I money
abrades every thing be touches. He's a bad I hand into the live coa''.. He did so, and ,
until the whole
I this dilemma I waited upon Laxton, and in* : good result, I could not help feeling: serious and are, therefore, likely to enjoy the pleasI o'clock yesterday evening,
: sun that Jobn Mason: II held it there until the hand and half of the
tie interest for their five dol. y
formed him of His face doubts. On his office I found I tire of paying some generations suspicious population exchanged
my disappointment. entering no I '.
Who or what is he'I asked. i forearm had been consumed I The spirit, or .
became I i one present but the individual under whose to come. France, too, has a debt. These lars paper into good hard dollars-until, in f f
. He's, a lawyer, and one of the principal grave. vision, seemed not to yet satisfied ; whereupon 4 !
41 hope it will not to serious advice I had called. Bourbons,to maintain themselves my throne short, there was nobody make any demandfor b v
put
I holden property in tbe township. But mo. inconvenience.' you any 4 Mr. Mason is not in ?' said: I, feeling a lit- by borrowing largely of the present genera specie. This is tbe best war for a solvent tbe major, sitting upon the floor, fled I* |.

! mey can't gild bim over. He's a bad man, I What ?' he asked. tie disappointed. lion in order to lay heavy: taxes on the next, institution to bead an emeute of the sort.- his lap with coals, and his body was s .3 i'

t that John Mason, and my advice to you and 'My failure to meet this payment on the 4 O, he is in,' was replied.I and all future ones. But I know the French We believe there is no sounder institution in to the bone 1 His servants found him in this 2" ( yf
yes
t every one, is to keep clear of him. I know I condition. For two days be .ee'mfd to re. 'fl ,*
You too well to that such a the United States than the Mobile Bank. ,
suppose
' ) property. are fully secured, and withinsix looked around, and then turned my eyes I people sys r
him like book. but \
a main insensible revived
F months I will be able to do what I had the man's face. I did not tern can be long to crated. I know that they aufienlty10 re #
I'm very much obliged to you,' said 1,4 for hoped to do at this time.' upon prebend its exactly com- have too much .natural affection for their offspring Disappearance of ihe Brothers AndrewMr. :.- late the particulars given .o.e. .t T V ;1

your timely caution ; and will take carD to expression. entai them national debt E. L. Andrews, of the well known firm of all, he experienced not painduring |
41 I am sorry, Mr. Jones, be returned, 4but I 4 My name is John Mason, said he, bowing to upon a
profit by it. of Andrews & Co. of Mobile the time hs: burning
t disappeared arm was or >
however
of incurred.No .
have made all calculations to receive the politely.I So be seated, and let us talk like tbat England truly
my oterthe
My next acquaintance bore pretty much the suddenly on the 2Ist inst. It was supposed while tbe coals were heaped upon his lap I ?t
sum due at ibis time, and cannot do without it.: business upon which you have called to sec i i no'! my subjects are too aharp-sighted :
same testimony and so did the next. It was 4 But I bavn't the Mr. Laxton and to let the' property accumulated for their be committed suicide, as his hat and umbrellawere His death was consequent upon the injuries / J s'
i i plaiD that John Mason was not the right kind money, ; me. be to the Russiansand found on the wharf at the foot of St.Michat'I.lt. self-committed! upon his person." rxa
have fullyexplain..d toou (the reason: why. I needed no invitation to sit down, for I children mortgaged pay
of a man. and rather a blemish the vil- .,on Saturday morning. His bro
upon them and for the .
'That is your affair, pot mine, Mr. Jones. could not have kept my feet if I had tried, BO English for invading; s.Horrib
lage of Moorfield, notwithstanding be was one of the ,"eile des imbeciles'who ther, Mr. Z. Andrewsof firm Andrews death Jro.
a
cour ,
I If jou hare been disappointed at one point, it suddenly and completely did his words astonish restoration HgTQt
of ibe principal property holders in the town is your business to look, to another. A con. and confound me. now insult ibem. They will', after a & Brother, of this city on hearing of his bro. Philadelphia papers +tt

i Hip.! between them and tber's supposed suicide, suddenly left his of. of in that and add "'
tract is a contract.' I will not repeat the confused, blundering time, make comparison ca'e hydrophobia region,
: 'If it wasn't for that John Mason,' I beard will 'recollect that the of fice on Saturday, about noon, and has not since another deplorable death. The Bulletin, > ''.
4 apologies I attempted to make his me they! expenses t
Will not extend the time of this nor give ; o
; 00 this hand, and if it wasn't for that John you pay. gentlemanly replies. Enough, that hour Government were 'defrayed by imposts dn- been seen or beard of; and it is supposed by Saturday, says: ;
ment 7' said I. an my
Muon !1'I beard the other hand that he has committed suicide. Pecuniary '
i on as my acquaintanceship 4 No, air. I cannot.' before the time at which the sale was advertised ring the year--that my wars cost France noth- some too .A gentleman by the name ofW m. Knight, > 9
among the people extended. left her not in debt difficulties are said to be the cause of lints in Francis-si, Francisville, war *
4 What will do ?' to take place on the next day, I waited |nftbat I one Napoleon rest ; Sl
Particularly bitter against him was the first 4 you Laxton. but that I enricjird} every corner of her terrilory. their sodden disappearance.-New Orleans bitten by his own dog aba t nit e eeki since.
Do? You ask question upon
a
individual who had whispered in my ear a strange will not be favorable Delta. he chewed of ill. K..
4 Be kind enough, said I, 'to let have Such comparison days age, symptoms
Why, raise the money on the property. me Tree ,-
+: friendly caution ; and I hardly ever met with : Lons. The French will cast On Dr. *
4 that obligation which stringent to the Bou > Thursday night, H&rhor b/
How will do thai ? upon your present KevspapCTS and firstnewspaper ness
kirn that be hadn't about you Christianity.-"The
something to say debt from their shoulders from basin another ?
their as to
,
and water one as-
measures are founded. I wish to take it them pouring ,
S-1I it, of course ? in the Turkish dominion as well
that John Mason.
who should that the had tbe ? '
About six months after arrival in Moor- I asked no further question, but left him and up.' my Arabian would any stranger: as in several of the heathen countries: ," rays curtained man heart-rending
my him. Then if be in When tea. .
of .
son disease a
dare to tnounl my hydrophobia.
field I attended a public at wbicb went away. Before reaching home, to which The min looked perfectly blank. the the Christian Int.1Ji tncer, was started by br t
meeting seat him on throne a. offered to him. be howl ,
the leading men of the place I was retiring in order to think over the 'Mr. John Mason,' said I, 'has generously exitf'nclI.tht'YViII American Missionaries. But they are multiplying spoonful was *
township were present. of the If he continued to all
acclamations: people. He day
Most of Ibem were strangers to me.t this position in which 1 wasplaced, and determine furnished mewith the funds necessary to save midst the and it is an interesting fact, that Armenian convulsively. lute
Francewill!! back to Republic for and last J
meeting I fell in company with % very plea what Itt'plto take, if any were! left to me!, I my property from sacrifice, and will take the be not, will dare go size .a which Greek and Judea journals, as also' yesteraI. be et'enioJ9 abt. o'do .
band a n mtnwfrrd
other sceptre to dor. atot ;,
,
the I had made at securities bold. no those of China Africa and the Sandwich Inlands bf
taut rasa, who had several times addressed met pleasant acquaintance you :
and .
wield. The Orleans Branch,though him in bed quilts, bim with
it cannot ; tie *
lame present and always in such a clear forcible the town meeting. 4D-n that John Mason ejaculated r.u. amiable are too weak, have! ton much of the are now copying religious as well as political line. He could speak, was i
4 You look Mr. :Jones. said he. as we ton, with excessive bitterness, turning from American .
and sense to grave away intelligence daily papcrs.
common as i
way carry con. other Bourbons, and will share the sam fate at tbe mouth, and between 9 and 10 + j
fiction to all but a few, who carped and quih. paused: facing each other. What's. the mat. abruptly, and leaving me where I stood. I II if do not choose to live as simple citizens, And it is surely a consummation o'clock frothing expired. .

bled at thing be said aril in a ter?' waited for ten minutes, hut he did not come : they voutly to be wished, that (the impress of pure .
every very under whatever chang lakes place. Here .Mr. Knight is the gentleman who went .
back. A suspicion that be intended to let the all thesis .
churlish Several of those I told him Christianity be stamped upon numberless
manner. quibble frankly my'difficultJ. 5
the Emperor paused a few moments ; then to Austria a!the superintendent for Mr. Norris,
, 1 know. fie set 4 So Laxton has in his clutches, has sale go on, if possible, crossed my mind and I channels intelligence, as an example
happened to represented one got you waving his hand, he exclaimed in an animated of Philadelphia, in tbe contr&c Mr. N. had f*
oI'Yie.., and tber another. His bad regardto be ?' was the simple, yet, I perceived, mean returned lo Mason, who saw the sheriff, and tone, his dark eye beaming with the enthusiasm to the nations" among whom newspapersare for building locomotives for that government.It .

; tbe public good, their looked, it was plain, ing reply! that be made. had the whole matter arranged. of iDs iration, France once more a extended. i is about three tiion'h since he returned m $ f

to sectional and private interests. 41 am in his clutches.. certainly' said I. Laxton has never spoken to me since. Asfor'That otbef His in the habit of V
John Mason\ I bare him to Republic countries will follow her example We ought not to despise men in want, but dog was plar-

Hew do yon like our little town 1'said ibis 'And will' net get out of them very easily I be fast friend, and a, man of strict proved honor in -Germans, Prussians, Poles. Italians, on the contrary, should rather give them some fully taking nffhis hat. He took off bis mule

jadividoal to me, afier tbe meeting bad ad. apprehend. a So much fur slander. Danes, Swedes and Russians, will all join in mark of regard ; and contempt, perhaps,is for him to do this, hut the animal instead of r
learned, and little knots of individuals wererinpd 4 What will be do ? every thing. will be had licked w't'i r
for wont
the crusade )Jiberty. They arm against one of the greatest misfortunes of the poor, playing as ben .1

J here and there for conversation. 1 He will sell the property at auction.: Root and Branch.-Sarah, Duchess of (heir sovereigns! who will be glad to make I we may in some measure alleviate their uneasiness his League and I I.i him in tbe face.

Very well VI replied. 4 It' won't bring his claim under the bamner. Marlborough, was accustomed to give an an. concession of some of their rights in order to by assuring them plainly and franklythat i A boy wis; suffering this morning, in

,'ltd the. people I' be added. ,, nual feast to which she invited all her rela. preserve a minor authority over them as subjects we do not esteem them tat) less for their Texas..* near the Girard CUege. with h,.

_.,Tee people,' I answered appear to be 4 No, I suppose not, for that' is really more lions of wbom were expectant legateesin ; they will i grant them Representative being in low circumstances. drphba He hat been an Tuesday

7.al.(sir sample of what are lo found every.urL. than the property is worth.* many of her demise. At one of these family Chambers, style themselves Constitutional 1.1. snf&rar was bitten by a dog a few .
Good and bad mixed together.' Do you think so 7 case Kings possessing a limited power. Thus the A Robber Shot by a Lady." -Mrs. Roberts, since. HU ease considered past i
allusion being
I_?.. That I suppose is a good general Certainly do. I know the value of every gatherings, she exclaimed and descendants, in Whata to feudal system will receive its death.bloW'-tike the wife of* printer near New Albany, Ind., all medical relief;the ..fa question of smothering f

HI-.Je.' lot of ground in the township, and know that the numerous progeny of branches the thick mist tf that ocean, it will dissipate was left alone with her children one night 1 him end his was under I
is such number sft"erng
.:2 e ,' I added wj fiDe!, in all corn IOU hare been taken in,1n' your purchase. glorious sight a "Ala at the first appearance of tbe sun of liberty.But last week when an unknown man attempted consideration.when our iufrt left. Oh t

,-----.artat., individuals, who stand out 4 What do IOU suppose it will bring at a ,flourishing from the same root I 1": ". ibis will not end there, the wheel of rer- to break into the house. She cautioned bim horrible 1"Eansoiisq.A

"?**'* .FJQWi *ttt than the rest-distinguished forced ..1.1' sighed Jack Spencer to a first cousin next him option will not stand still, at this point ; tbe 1 not to enter, but he Pf'raiatedben she deliberately I
better if the
branches would flourish far
;IT0.*"**.***. This appear to be the case Few men will bid aver twentr-fire hun tLe impetus will! b* increased in a tenfold ratio loaded a gun with backshot, pinte maa vhorbews $14 worthof
*... *. -a root were under ground I" fired and killed tobacco annually, tai stop his
ts elsewhere/ dred dollars. ;I ] and the motion! will be accelerated in pr porton. i oat th wind dado n.r

"Ten ft.* thtmij digcro redo ton that! 4 You cannot be serious.. .' Left Blank for the want cf room. When peep!* rec vtr a part of tbtfr the pnt. was an unknown bf cauaa he cannot a&J to take it.I
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j ,$I\-- ': LOUIS PHlLlPfK, Irom the .lugu ta Rtpublic. Clay-npJ: dency." We do not assert it positively, but Fr\n the Ntf: Gloria Tel'ptp.LEI THE FLORIDUN.{ 'otberL entioia,or, I party.Seceediyldo shall. rU lbi t o Mi'.;'

_: fJt j' \' : Is now in bis 73th year. He succeeded to Mr. T ombs' Letter.We we think we have, on several occasions, heard not design to withdraw

,I:"ft. : rte title of Duke Orleans in 1793, after the copy to.d., a letter from the Hon. Mr. Toombs speak of the frauds which were The history of no country presents a rich.er ". il Mr. t'ay b the DomiDf or the m1 U
i #. who suf. iced in the Presidential election of 1844.He inheritance of mental and moral worth 'I.XT 1. ALONE. Whig Nl
; 1j :. death of his father, Philippe Egalite Robt. Toombs, address to the Hon. A. J. prac ConYDto.D. thi C.M..1 ;
.j}f: ;J;, ':': !:'red by the guillotine! i irt the sangu'n' ry days Miller, which apbeared in the Chronicled thought at one time, that New York was than can! be found in the grrat the wise, and Saturday May 13 1848. been to pcsitively remak .made wateat wk .
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i.1'. .N f.I,. ..f he Revolution. For many jears Luis Sentinel of Satufday. This letter of Mr. carried by fraud. Mr. T. is entitled t(a patriotic(men of this young rising REpub. prints,to the dect I that i o. Nw'
I exiled from Franc, change opinion. He now think that To] the patriots of the revolution, the .4
iL } t'liilippe warn travelling Tooinbs is an extraordinary production. It may le DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. MnMM/U Whig X.1 -.."
f : and ih the result of the election was fair men of iron'ner and self-sacrificing devotion I that 1 Ct..Iated
of a .
,, 'i.: I carious countries Europe visiting commences by ")'ing that Mr. Clay's recent judgment \ no" ..g,
I United SUM during his exile. While in letter announcing that he would suffer his of the American people.Mr. ; fo ttje rights of man, who defied the ty. sued are not correct, ha.D loli.;
.i f'i : FoR GOVERNOR or FLORIDA oral written I
: any or tetnark* of J
Switzerland he ervgagvd as teacher in an a. T. : 1 Mr. Clay.s argument in i rant's rage and bared their breasts to British mi. (M
before National Convention
{ : name to go the says been intention,at '
\,1 WILLIAM my moment,to !
GEN. BAILEY.
month then .. of his own availability, is conclusive as steel' indignantly spurning the guildcd offers toy change &
t .. ..' i -ulemj for eight being twenty has g\ca: real and unconcealed pleasure to farr sition-or to "ilbdrW my name from the emiT
: ;., ./: >.: it.arsof age. lie arrived in this country in the friends; of tha administration I" Wo do to his'opinions on this point.:" We merely re. of royal (favor, the world ha awarded a meedof loft coNoaut : i whoever may be the nominee of (Ihe NatiOl1 '
t and by his two fer to this to our deep imperishable! fam*. The Westminister WILLIAM P. DUVAL. vention, either of the Whig or e
; ) :: rtcinber( 170. W3 joined not doubt that I thi* }letter of Mr. Toombs' will passage express regret part
.' 'Brother*, the three finding sorrw time with fiord thenrstilf Mr. Clay that such ungenerous language should be used Abbey, where sleep the patriot dead of our 7ic/y-1 have never tilted' to any one (& I
greater
of
pleasure. the
c o. FOR PRCIIDCIHTIAL ELECTORS : tariff of 4C-of the Sob
; 1 : General Washington at Mount Vernon by in. i. somewhat fortunate.. in this production, for by Mr. Towmbs lo\.ard1 Mr. Clay. It was I I country is the heart-Iht affections of the entire GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS St. slimy, nor that I originated the war with ".

r"H HIf !. .3 vitation, previous to making a journey through which it affords pleasure to the Democrats, it not an argument o/Mr. Clay's In his own fa. nation. Their noble deeds yet Je.I .- CHARLES II. Of Johns. Nor. fnlly. that 1 hoaU (if elected.) select.AT

: s :.':. tho western country. After a tour to the is a subject rejoicing to his political friend \r, but a mere express of "ht his friends I Their mantle has fallen on their surviving DUPONT, Of Gacl. rroO both arties. No such tdmiss.

'. j "f t, r"ik.and the Falls Niagara, they returned -we mean hii real, not pretended friends. had stated to him, to induce to let them countrymen. Their mighty' minds are stampedon JOILV MILTON, Of Jackson County. on.statements Wee made 67 me.at any timeto aim* r.I,.

I ,: ., :;t !. 4 ?.. PhJl.ulfl.vluaiwhcre he rehkd'ome m"mths. .Mr. T. s lys ; '01 contains some things that use his name once more. the institutions of the country. While it is 91 r. Tombs' Letter. Permit mr,foWeer.fo Mtbat; should net bi .

.,": i.;;: 'Havingdetermined to join their mother in had better not written at t all, and many \E shall not undertake now, to combatMr. the duty of every citizen to honor the great and In another column will! found a review of the distinction be noon me at that of lrTalin,
? thither } T's Mr. Clays availa- good of other days,it is no less his duty to hon b lo Ihe Executive Office, the Contlitntioo
concluded to by that against in
the a
1 pr nces go ollu'r ought not to hare been written bj argument letter of the I lion. Mr. Toombs, the of the itricf
i Spin. Havana. For thattiirpnse bility. Ho however, that Mr. Clay can. or the living patriot and statesmen. Perhapsnever o subject and honest interpretation,and in the spirit and
;4 Orleans and ,
: ; :) New Mr. Cl. That i is in Mr. Toombs sap
ii i } opinion. Presidency pubi.he: in the last &,mtinel. i i. in which it was it ifnon, by m
1 crossed .the mountains toP.tuburg not Ohio because two of her Whig 'before did our country a more I --- e- --- -- or.u1.1" "
they again the letter hare been written at all. gel representatives present would be chief
not this
1 4 :: ; shoul copied from the Republic, a Clay paper published in my puidtIn I rovceivt to U
t .. .. and descending the Ohio and Misi Thtrt is p rhips a ,'rry'wntI1' opinion,totally have declared upon the floor of brilliant constellation of genius -of lufly patriotism AugustaGa. i is good as the document revised. all that is necessary in (he way of "WI.
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.- .t :: i ri'rrA in a boat arrived at New Or. different from ihit: of Mr. Toornb, that Mr Congress recently, that ,ihe Whig putj: of that! and profound stafmnnship Among Read it, by means.1 a The election of another ( wcttd ocmum
:> .ibipJi State will for candidate Pre idency i- her great living men Cal. :i no mortification to me, bat to a moll,
> tt
"_ : !.als in Fema, 1793. Being rtusd a Clay wrote just 1\b:1 he should have written.That vote no will of the I would 10'1 I( *
'. v.:- passage to Spain la\'an they the letter di Clay's terte
f : '. :.'. went from New OrltRns, they sailed to NewYork desire fir the nomination is the mere assertion it for argument ike. Wi Gen. Taylor Cass, and others, whose commanding talents This meeting took place on Tuesday last', according the desire to serve the country, it)woftM) bring j

I '''f : '. whence an English packet! carried then of Mr. T.>omb Do.uhtlrS if the represent get Ohio ? If so, is he a Proviso and public nets, have 'become a part: of the to appointment. The attendance was moderatethe no disappointment.With m

B :; /' ,> tIt I Falmouth, at which place they arrived in ations of Ir. Clay's friends to him were correct I I mal? If he is not, the ame reason that w ill! hU'ory of the country. But there is another, proceedings repEctut Gen. DROWN was main your most,otse of heat high servant respect, tad tenrd.1 1f.
\ then took I defeat Mr. CIa would defeat hi :i. at the mention whose name the whole coun. for Governor,and
The being ,
1, : ; l February 1SOO. princes up he would desire the nomination. What nominated .present accepted. Z. ,.
: .'., '..-. their residence o the banks of the Thames, mal would not des're it if he thought ho would One argument: of Mr. Toombs is, that .f try feels an instinctive impulse of pride, second the nomination. Col. SPr"CEI, of Madison: was T.r1Jr.

., t.. Twickenham. They received nvich, aUn.i be made President ? As much as Mr. Clay Mr. Clay could l fact elected, he could not haft'tie to none of American statesmen, stands Levi! appointed elector for this district-.G.W. CALL Hamhtou't Speec .

'.' lion\ and hospitality from.the nobility. They desires to be PreSdent-in the opinion of Mr. support of the Senate during his flJ Woodliury, of New Hampshire. Mr.Voo. alternate.' Divers and sundry delegates we.e ap. i We w.r. among those who l listened lo the ipccc&
t made to the Island! of Minorica tears. Suppose he could not, does that: prire bury's long and brilliant career to the Contention
a voyage a Toombs, we he would rather be pointed Philadelphia instructed of Col. HACGIITO.-V, at the Whig .
!issajie }being h-en'thlm in a frigat. h,. the right than be tie; President." Mr. Clay is that General Taylor could have if. ? marked by great mental power and unflinching ; to vote for old ZAC, and no body else,and the meet. Tuesday b.t t,and although the thing mu itself Qettier, &r?
: : I0
; English: government ; but finding no npportu-; \iln f o the canvass for the good of hi.country. We must express our regret that Mr.Toombs integrity unsurpassed, if equdlled by any ing adjourned. I merit is concerned, is not of sufficient .
,
". i sun has referred so di'parajjinsly to Mr. Clay'sterm statesman moder limes. No man in this imptu.
of thence which '
to coun- *
: I' nity passing Spain, tilk his reaonsare not weak, to call for a notice,yet tt
: -. was then in a convulsed state,they returned inconclusive,'and objectionable} for submit. the Free States." His object was evidently widely extended country has better understood sun Another Letter from Gen. Taylor. remarkable separate,taking it and i WU h'ler t
by
'l speech large,we
to England and tesitled for several fan at lin his name to the National Convention.Mr. .- to reflect upon him. Tht Washington the genius of our institutions, or more fully We find in the papers by Wene.aJ'. mail another it into oblivion without caaul
go
:. .. Twickenham. The Duke! of Oilcans had the : !: Toonibs seems to think that the nornina- Union, that fierce organ of the Democratic and practically illustrated the true princplesuf ( letter from Gen. TAYLOR on the all-absorbing le passing That the bestowitg on it few

i I 0, misfortune: to Io!e both his brothers while inxile. lion of Mr. Clay would pro luce the overthrow patty, had, before -Mr.! Toombs, and very recently our constitutional freedom. The subject of the Premdency. By this letter, which taste, is r.mak.pretty generally admitted speech wa,
.'. ... c' The Duke of .Moiitpcn&ier died in ofthe Whig party." That is a bold and too, rung the changes upon the expression tion he has slwJitc profoundly. Predicatingall 'follows, it will be seen that he i is a candidate, whether speaker appeared to be well IW
pleated with
his views very
.: Sogland 1807, and his remains weie interred recess! assertion.' If he merely means that of Mr. ClajX, in order to injure him.- Go\'er.lmnlal. policy upon a the Convention takes him up or no. This settles elf, was also For lim.
ourselves
_ ., .: )u Westminister, Abbey. The Count Beaujea- the Whig party would be defeated under the Who'er expected it would como to this ; strict construction of that sacred instrument in the matter, i if his letter to Capt. ALLISON had not thinking apparent.of what one of Will we eoalj
whither hs: hrothcr had I I that Mr.I Claj's of life, which has been opposition to the latitudinarian mode of construction hell Shakspfue1*
!ais died at Malta, ac. lead of Mr. Clay, we assert that be has not cup so lelt any doubt! in the public mind. He into the h of talkative
a
him in 1609. poisoned by his enemies would! be still, more adopted }'llhe Federal party, he is goes : very gentleman in Han.
: companied produced a single argument to pro\e that il Convention, or his friends do for him,and it he i.i its let-" Word, words, words." There
.. I., From Malta, Louis PhippEnt to Sicily, would be successful under that of Get,. Tarlor. embittered from such a sOlrce"c! hate truly regarded a a State Right Jeffosonian choice, he will accept the nomination, but if of high-sounding phrases, and was no lack
any labored
referred in articles! since Democrat of the water. His whole sentences
and He the our our connection purest
an frm to
accepted FtonJn.\nd ref.r popular feeling in t".1 other roan is preferred to him. HE WILL nux ANYHOW but, was remarked
.', :'ving of Sicily, to visit tho rojal Family !. vor of G n. ) lor ; but he gives no of with the Pie s, pcihaps, a hundred times to life is a living comment: upon th e rights of the Viola a by a diltinguilhr whig in our
proofs The old soldier's there
". rrmo. During his residence there he gained the asseitioH. Has the slate! and non-.I.l\chuIJing States, and States and ihe people-.he rlwle people. He Bagatele spunk hearing, was, unfortunately, I a great deal
o
; been
a tingle delegate
M to be But how will the friends breath "
of Mr. wasted fer
: ; the affections of the Princess Amelia the second appointed to the National 1 Convention from we do conscientiously! believe, that in eigh.ty has never (altered, never swerved from his admire. nothing. The burden of the lo-
CLAY look thi
4' t., daughter of the King, and wih: the consent Ohio, XlW.York, or Pennsylvania, in of out of a hundn'c such! instances, we have: referred course always% consistent: prudent, sagacious, upon determination el General TAYLOR quent orator's remarks went to show that the hero.
fa\'n ? it treating them with fairness ? We had the Rio Grande
: of Ferdinand and the DutcbcM of Orleans Gen. Teiylor.! Are an of the Whig to as the Slave States, and the wise and honest he has ever moved on guided I was a very badly used man-first,by

!: } who had joined her son in Sicily, their slates' for him ? If so, ) which strong they are Free Slate This is commom everywhere, alone hya, high sense of duty, di.:lusing light thought that the Convention had been selected a a the democrats, and, secondly, by ilr. CLAY. Tie

-. maria!!* tok l nlare in November. 1609. Bv This is a singular kind lel"iwjmi'ar feeling" because it i I., an easier and shorter mode ofex- and life into the midst of his fellow-ci'zens' on place to arbitrate and settle all differences a to first, be said, bad abule and traduced him. They

this; i lady-Louis' Philippe had eight children! oi t f, in favor of a -man, that gives its/ demonstrations pression. We bate take Il\e of Mr. Tomnl'acletter all questions, connected with the national wcl. whom the party would be willing to tally under in had attempted to weaken the attachment eflhe peo.-

.. who six still survite. I not for, but against him. and we will conclude our remarks, by fire, as a Governor, member Cabinet, Secretary the coming election-that the toke of that body pie for him by disparaging his great a"ir l. Now
he said Mr. itcontains of the National ho stands would be the choice of the party-that individual this, we would hate the speaker to know U
The D.k of Orleans enjojed (n-5i I Mr. Toombs sajs-"I believe him (Gen. s saying oft, a of Treasury, I entirelya
that had Clay. have justly the ablest of preferences were to be forgotten,and a general union mistake. They! Into never abused, traduced,
tranquility at Palermo until 1814, on Taylor) to be a sound Whig, equal to the some things : pre-eminent among our or
restortion of the Bourbons, he repaired crisis and fit for the crisis." This be so, been written At al, and many others that great mem Always clear, forcible, profoundand upon the candidate of the Convention was to followits Disparaged htm. They hate eter treated Gen.TAV-. ,
may been written" accurate, he to the science of sitting. is always understood that when a LOS, U indeed he deserves to treated,with i
fo Paris in May, anl I was seon in the enjoy but we want the proofs.$. If the recent dccla- ought not to ; by Mr. gave government I b re-
_ meat of the honors due to his rank and talents. rations are Irue, that Gen. Taylor is in favor Toombs. and finance, almost the force of demonstration. party resorts to this mode of healing its distinctions, spec and consideration. They hate spoken of Jim
---- ---- As since his elevation the ar/y n bound and to abide by the decision with gratitude and vencntion. His
The r'lur of Napoleon from Elba in 1815, of tho tariff of '4fi, in favor of the war thinks a jurist, agrees reputation u asoldier
LDItoIrS TROUBLES.An to the United States bench his fame is second of the Conventionfairly and is as dear to them .
broke up the arrangements!of Louis Philippe, that Mr. Polk! was right, &c., &c., he is a remarkably honestly expressed. as to Jthe wbir d
.. and he sent his family to England, where he sound \Vhig. Eastern editor gives his readers a spccimen only to that of the late but illustrious Judge I is well known that Gen. TAYLOR'S. friends have they will be the very last to detract it J-

joined them, and again took up his residence Mr. Toombs speaks oftbe brilliant military of what he calls the 'captivalin' letters Story. Indeed all parties agree, that Judge very generally (and indeed we are not aware of a deed, their cobisj tourd him has been much men

..: ai Twickenham. service of Gen. Taj lor. Admit them.- received from Post-Masters.- He sIs Woodbury's decisions are equal if not superiorin single exception) appointed delegates to the WhigNational moderate than I hat of the w bigs-the ultra whip:

On the restoration. of Louis XVIII,the dukereturned What next ? Why he says, he is beloved for they commonly! run something after this point ability. to any ever delivered from Convention which is soon to aueovble. we mean, by which it to b understood, of COWM' I

to France in September 1815 and his moral qualilies"that he injustice SOlt- the Supreme Judicial Tribunal of the country. The friends of Mr. CLAY, and of Gen. SCOTT, have the Clayites. They hate spoken of him in terms

.. t..'>k his 'eat in the Chamber of Peers. The with he is not repels cruel, and sub- Ajax Leathers, E.sq., publishers oflhe Bald View him as a man-a mn-schoJar- cone the same. Now,i is,it treating these latter gentlemen almost amounting to I abuse, trtduction and duptr

large estates to which ho was entitled by inheritance mils frmnes-tbt law-thlt he has, spent the I Bag Is-Sir : Your paper addressed to Job! I, private citizen-Governor-Senator-member and their friend with that consideration ageinenf,"and this it well known to those who have

being restored to him, he devoted er part of his lifo in forests," prairies great.," Slrceter, is not taken out o the office- Reason of Cabinet-a Judge-he stands unrival. which is their due, to meet them resolved not to bow .read the papers"-those4 brief abstract chronicles

!his attention principally to the education of hit and "everglades." His opportunities must ; refuseJ led. His name is respected, honored and to its decision except that decision shall be as they of Jthe times' in which we live. He ba been d..

family. His opulence enabled him to become have been remarkably line I hen for studying Your &C. --, P. M. loved by all classes. In view of his commanding demand ? The truth of the matter stands thus- nounced by them tt I an adroit .kul-breakr. woman -

the protector of the fine arts and the patron of the constitution and laws, the varied intercuts Another wi read like thus :- talents-long experience in public affairs, General TAYLOR'S friends know that it is importantthat and man-slayer"i ignorant and therefore on-

:tilers, and few men in France were more of our home concerns, and the subtle Sir : tour paper addressed to Jerothnel irreproachable moral character, pure republicanism General T. be taken up by the Whig party,and fit to b President-ts entitled to D more credit for

I jwipuJar! during the career of the Bourbons. diplomacy, as connected with our questions extended Twoguns is not taken out. Reason ; says : his sterling integrity and lofty patriotism a it has been determined that a Convention shouldbe what he has done in this wicked and damnable

do was unexpected! called from private foreign relationships. There are a you and jour paper may go to thunder, for ; \\lio so capabe-so: well qualified-so held to select a candidate of course it was im war"than any one else, ro all,say they,\ .won

iii.' '. In*the revolution of the three daJs in July, great many men in the Union who have exc.l.I he's going to Michigan. likely/ to secure the spontaneous suffrage of the portant that the General' friends go into that Convention victories, and that,too, against get odds. Thete

1830(), when, on the abdication <> ...K* X, I U..1 .?...1 I rjuliU I .," ...J cnl.mil t.,1,01".va Yours, &c. -, P. M. .American people for the Presidency as Judge and lake the chances of itS choice falling on are a few of the harsh Ihing that bue uttered

:_ the Chamber of Peers offered him the crown Mr. Toombs says ha is a man_ of .* wi.._f_?<..m., Aua.itbcl'ublisher, .- Wood Lury. their favorite. Any one can see how (this choice against the old sldier. we deft Col. HATCHTOX -
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1, or I France. ibis he accepted!, and adopted and of Eagle-Your paper dim ectcd Upon him all unite with the as. -
justice, mod rntion. Wisdom is a coul ful would strengthen his chances for the Presidency.f or any one else to point lo any upreuionfr
., ,the style and title of Louis Philippe I, King comprehensive 'e term, and may be applied very to a to Leonidas Jinks, is not taken from this of. surance that administration, th constitutional ( he is not nominated by the Convention, his prospects demorats giving countenance to such abominable

. if the French. variety objects. One man may have wis. I fice. Reason ; Mr. Jinks died 4 years ago, ) rights of the whole people and would be exceedingly gloomy, but with the sentiments. S much, then, for that charge. AsIa

The greatest misfortune of the Kin 'A life dorn for wir, another for c councils, and and since has lot called! for them. every section of the country, would be sacredly nomination, his chances would be a good a those the other, that democrats had fawned upon, flatter

was the death of his eldest son, the Duke of, another for the construction machinery'j &c., Yours, resp'y, -, P. M. regarded and fully secured. To South never of any other candidate of that party. Therefore ed and compassionated Mr. CLAY for the threatened

". Orleans who was killed in leaping from his : &c. In what does Gen. Taylor's wisdom Another ; had a more able advocate of rights nor a every thing teat to be gained by going into the Contention desertion of him by the and been in a treat

". c.urriageJuly 12th, 1842.- The young son of consist ? The answer could be readily made, Sir : Your paper, addressed to Micajah more steadfast and consistent friend. More ,but nothing 10" Gen. TAYLOR has determined measure, th wbig* inducing him lo announce

.' the Duke, Count do Paril, was born August that if he has wisdom in any thing it is in war. Rigdon, is refused. Reason : says he can'tpal anon. ONSLOW.Luthrr's that he will accept the nomination of the himself candidate for the whig nomination,
,. 21th 183S and in his I for it, and don't want to patronize it an
now eight year, is heir- If he has wisdom should the wide of the Tb
a a statesmin, let Mr. ) ;Mode discourseas Whig National Convention, it b offered to speaker was equally mark.

apparent to th throw1. Louis }Philippe also I Toombs or anybody else pointed it out. Mr. longer. Prtaching.I for I desire that the I him, but if that Convention should tender it to another great I embodiment" himself sets this matter rightin
&c. P. M. plainly as possible,
Jos' daughter the Princess Yours -,
4 :4 a Mary, married L. says Gen. Taylor's services have beennational. that than him he will not withdraw from the Geld his pronuneiamento, and we think a very poor
the of few Occasionally of slight mclauchly na. commonest people, servants,
'. sin King Wurtemburg, a years So have General Scott's. Mr. ture be received, thus S : should understand what cbidrenthat say. is not for This is the position of General T. and his friends, compliment was paid to the judgment, discrimination -

re.The Toombs amid, in the meeting in this city wi I the d into the have at least in Florida. And we ask, if it is a fair and and ambition of Hussy CLY. in saying that
handsome when : : recommend you not to send lear we go pulpit ; they
King was a any
man -soiie: since that Gen. Scott's military towards the iends he influenced in his hit ..
honorable course to ( of was course by political en
i ; his frame is but there is more papers to Obed Sa for he can'lpaJ their boms. Ir. Erasmus Alberus, previ. pursue
now bulky,
young ; services were "doubly a brilliant' en'lrr CLAY and others ? Ought they not demand from mica, in disregard of the counsel of his friends. Bat
a the aud how ous to departure for Brandenburg,
aint
much case in his movements. He is those of postage, cent no questioned
ready General
.4 : .' in conversation and affable to all. Winfield Taj lor. No one doubts jou can fix it. He gets sawed half the time Dr. Lu!her as to how he ought to preach them an avowal of a determination to respect the this i!not so. Mr. CLAY says emphliclytba he

,. A,; I' Scott's wisdom in the field. It would -has 10 children-has sore this 5 before the Electors. Your sermons,' re. decision of the Convention, b its choice CLAY, hasTacted throughout upon the advice and repretec
Volunteer letter received 'bo a hard matter to show that General Taylor eyes years Martin should be addressed TAYLOR, or one else ? Should the Democratic tations of hit .. friench." The democrats are nor,
: Florid *.-By a -his wife has got the jaundice-two of his pled not to : any
: in place from Guadalupe, near Puebla, has a much wisdom for ch.i service as Gcae- boys has got (he mumps, and the rest have princes and nobles, but to the rude, unculti. Con".ntio which assembles two weeks from Mon. therefore,guilty of the charge laid"at their door, and
ral Scott. .
.f from an officer of the company formerly com. Then according to Mr. Toomb, got the meazlcs. rated commonality., IT in my discourses I day next, admit fo seats! and to a participation in the we did not think at the time we heard*the Gadjdea

".. manded by (the lamented Capt. Livingston, Scott General ouht to be the man. But sau1lr. T. Your very rQpectfuJy. were to be thinking about Melancthon and deliberations of the Convention; a set o delegates I orator,that he really believed what be was asserting*

which company was stationed at that place wo How Taj lor I is the child of itlpuhlc. -, P M. the other'doctors, I slioud do no goo at all ; who say, .Our first choice is Gen. WORTH, and if I appeared to us that he made the charge more I
1 Because
S '. lear that on the 6tb March, there was an he is an citizen, but I preach in plain language plain, he is only nominated by this Convention his election : the basis of an onslaught on the Kentucky statesman,

.. .. election of officers. Our generous and gal. I and has served his country ? It not this true A Juryman E.traordinary.-\ of unlearned people and that pleases all parlies. I is certain-it will strengthen him very much to be than with any intention of demolishing th demo

lant fellow-townsman: George Holmes, formerly of General Scott, Mr. Clay, and hundred of "goo men and true" was summoned sit If I know the Greek, Hebrew and Latin Ian.guages taken up by you, and we are very anxious for it to cratic party. Mr. CLAY'S appearance on the tar

.1.' 2nd Lieutenant of the company, was I others ? Ifono man may be more emphatically inquest oierlhe body ofa man who had 1,reserve them fur our learned meet. be done. We know you prefer some one else, and once more teemed to haunt him like a spectre, tad

I unanimously elected Captain, Roman B. Sanchez the child of the Republic' than another, hung himself The evidence being gone ings, where they are of use ; for at these we hate agreed to hold this Convention that a choice hence his complaints o bad treatment Gen.TAV

V .- of Newnansville, wa chosen 1st L-eu- which should rank highest, tie!, Hero who had through, was for the jury to decide whether deal in such subtleties and such profunditiesthat may b effected between us ; but if you do not take LOS,and to forth. We cannot attempt to follow the

,. I tenant,and Joseph Wort formerly of Capt. whipped the British, or the Hero who had in their profound judgment it was a case of God himself I wot, must sometime mar Gtn. WORTH we shall run him any how-he is our gentleman through all he said in thit part of bit

Kellj's company, whipped tbe Mexicans ? Which isr,or ought lobe I rio de
We also understand that on the application dearest, the" child of the Republic or the that when the deceased was cO'ercd hewa I the French of Michelct : tra laed laz.lu. the Convention, we say, to admit a of delegates plume." now here now yonder, and we were carried -
who had se
imbecile
beat
f Gen. Patterson, Capt. Holmes was speedily man an foe, when I *dangling from a tree, without a coat, IheI who come in this way ? Clearly not. They away in our imagination, to tbe glowing receptions -

S t be ordered to the City Mexico. It appears, his country was in no danger, or the man who said garment being on the ground at his feet. would phcing themselves in the power of a faction given to Mr CLAY, in hit recede pilgrimage

that on the passage of the Florida company saved the Republic in the dread hour of its One juryman said he could not see how the Death of an Osage Chief. The Cherokee and b the very object of the Convention would be North and we could almost ee that .pinnae.u ft

from New Orleans to Vera Cruza member of supposed dissolution ? man could bate been sufficiently composed Advocate of Apri I0th, says :-The Osage defeated. However, this is none of ow business, bent now to meet the lipt of this "dark-1e one,"

the Illinois mounted men fell overboard, and Who ought to be the dearest child of the to take off his coal if he had been insane ; Chief Back ] is,dead. He died about though we cannot help but wonder how itt\ that arid again,and again it.nodded,"until at the newspapers '

.p was saved by the peisonal exertions of Capt. Repu lie, the man who beat such a foe, when and therefore his opinion was that the ver ., his village. He had been who are constantly ab.ut the I cherished said, the old gentleman wat nearly fagged

i Holmes. This gallant action '\a witnessed the resul was only the salvation of several die ought to be feb de sn. A second jurjr- lingering. for disease.two er years under a tor. people principles of the Whiz talking party,"are so tenacious out" with the violent exertions required of him to

by Gen. Patterson, and he does not seem to valiant citizen soldiers, or the man man said that madmen had been known, when menting During his sickness he about aoailalle men-and all that. As Democrats keep up with the demand for a taste of his AH
have News. who saved the Republic, when the icsult they wore determined to not to takeoffthe.ir made two trips upon the praries by the assistance men- lip
forgotten wasthesalvation fight, only this was "done up" in fine style by the
it.-JacbonvUe have reared to rely the
of his band. He was laterally a self ,we been upon strength whisper.
of
regulated and priceless frtf. own coals, but their opponent's alsoand ; ought to have been enough, he .
and the .
not I
I Interesting Ue.minisccncc.-We had the dom, when the blazing fires of our dreaded therefore he (bought il might be a case made hero; Ax a warrior he had no equal of our principles, upon aviabilly"of the ambition cf even USURY CLAY. He l

pleasure of conversing no long since with aworthy national. death served lo exhibit (he dark clouds of delirium trcmcnv. A third raid he could among hit;people. In time danger he was this or" that Hence.e man. Our not motto afraid isPrinciples to meet in Con-, not Iti.te then went on to speak of the alter impassibility tl
are a
} and venemble} democrat (rom New that hung O'e our heads, and the Iel patriots' not conceit it lo be possible for a.m. :\ in emphatically in his nation's hope. He wascourteous man decide to who shall b. standard- i electing him President- nd spoke of the I extreme
'. York who visited, Gen Jackson of the land quailed at the bis to himselfat said his Indian ways-warm hearted, vention to I our
e : two daplt. prospect Mr. senses hang all. A fourth I ground" he had taken in his Lexington epeecb
I and beloved. In the bearer,and we hate no factions to come forward and 0
fine his death, mo1 t of the particulars whirb Toomb's} allusion td General T !lor's refusing that i was all IOnbt'UI', for he had known generally stature& Bark the war, and upon tbe question of domestic tlatety
I interview have long since been given to the : to be clothed in a I party harness,"is all high.? some men hang themselves to sate Jack Ketch Dog was :about 7 feet, weighing som NI,"take our nun, o* we split .I from you. We and it his deliberate opinion, that none
I potindb. |I is death though- long has always tell such to go. and leave to fight our opponents ulnne I
public. In the course of an affecting retro- sounding language, without much meaning. the ruble. S said one thing, and another expected u of States, excepting hit own "g5.
and those .llvbolcn
alone. This
aped to some of (he most important events of It is singular that he should talk about his refusal another, li last the question was settled caused a nation to mourn without consolation. with ou principles, evous Kentucky, would give him their electoral
the and chrution to on I It is not known who among the Osages will being fur course,we rraturalry like to see oar opponents
bis life, dying patriot alluded carry I chi warfare against one bj a knowing looking juyman. who had listened votes. After a few more home thrusts, covered tf
halfof his be raised 'fo lead the Black Dog band. The do the same thing, and this must be oar excuse
.; ; to a charge of 'hastiness of action, which country whfn another place attentively to the disIssion. and who under a power" of admiration, tad
.. had been made against him by bis political he advocates his nominition to nriront .tJ. said, I Gentlemen of the jury The question Wolf and (the I Crooked Arm man" are spo. for any. interference (may attempt in the organization expressions 0
for CL and few flash/ sheet
on, IT, a more
:' enemies and that lif.-had during continuance in of the weak ; ; : be whether ken of us candidates for the chieftaincy. and construction of their Convention. Thereare 1 lf.
remarke nee, power profligate appears to me to not a to left who believe in the Buena Vista' the gentleman bowed hit thank **
I his presidential course, d and treacherous administration of Mr. Polk." the man took ()his coat, for of this there seems some few Whigs yet '
the Indian the
sight !-A letter indulgent assembly, and took hit teat.
vpon any important measure, icithout first. inquiring He objucts to Mr. Clay, because be thinks he to be n doubt, but whether he took it off before from Fort latlc.-Iloribe St. principles avowed by that party in ISJl.and w.dis. We waited
in Louis there
; of make and supplicatingil.tg.i.. 1 cannot succezful1pcarry on this 1 civil ware he hung himself afterwards Verdict on like to sec them run over bylb new lgbl., the not see i was DO en to"le a
.. A the 24lh the Reveille, Mr. no one rose, and we were forced to **
> dance bless.ng. What a comment ibis fare against "one half of his countrymen." : Decided Insanity.-Globe.Ncvspaper I ultra Whigs" of 1843.
an Lewis, thup

,' upon justice of political cens'l! What Mr. ToomJuarf, near the conclusion of his quarrels in the of St. Pe. GEN. TAYLOR'S LAST LETTER. CLAY President to any man living, coRfence
better explanation can we need of the heroic I tcr, Taylor refuses to blindhimself Labor.We find the following neighbrhoo .
Here is the
ters. : The Editors of the Richmond Republican sometime in him moat certainly when inch u
\ of the than is lo those with whom he item, credited to the I Nineteenth .tJu g
es-presidenl ( furnished bi' generally a. Century, letter
bah I We hud a battle north about since to General Taylor, Colonel H.
ot, one addrt"e propounding and &at fwm
., .'.:1 .: bit interesting r.c' He feared nothing., : gree," commends bim for it, and yet, in three going the round of our exchanges. Thereis month the o and Sioux i- folowin question : i.time severe 'Hh u
ago Chippeways he meetiftf
bet\eef suffered At(
He was a man ,r.-ProcncePati." sentences thereafter, say_" The country ex.pects no class of men of whom so much is expected -. war of the Sioux attacked the 1. Will you refu.the nomination of a Whig National was t.pa 8atie. prgelt.
ofp. a
; party remtvked least OM aUr
c. Convention ? ocwcver,we at
hear from and who receive
to himself due season, in lea for their labor, than
$ Chippeways ;; three were killed on each side, 2. Do you design to withdraw if Henry Clay or taw sseerabl but. tfcfaeagh Sd J-
: ". word news i i. not, reference to these Mr. Toombs the one referred to : .e
nTh many
> a opinions. but the the shall be the candidate ? the
Chippeways most other man
being numerous any dresses made b him he allude
; >, from tbe In I is right in this. to admit Who but editors and were ? dil Do t
: rntagin< adjective now. seems that printer publishers, drovethe, Sioux from the field, and 3. Have you stated that you are in favor of the Tariff : Alte! t>
got remarkable mnarkt of the first
;" farmer times, between the year iso ami' I. the GeneraJ's opinions are not clearly known. work fifiy.two weeks for the price of one day's the bodjes. These of '46, the Sub Treasury tat10u originatedthe tpnker. I
ascertain them before labor possessionof,; tbflsalP should select from both sun of Athland's declining glory ie gei'gdev1
1730, it was a prevalent practice to over Why not T war your ow
pu nominating I ed, and orfo of them thfcrf **
t'I the periodical publication of the day. the ini. him. After his nominatian he mi1ht avow A mechanic will work one day, or a law. they parties fog in Middle Florida. The whip feel
and hung |tt on some poles for the Sioux to wit. To this letter Gen. Taylor has made the following i tioB'
they are miry at this time.bjectsofeoRmi1t'
tial letters of the cardinal of the compass pinions that the could not sustain.It .- yer or doctor six minutes, and Make more
pinf. Whsl ness. It so irritated the latter, that they have reply : tbrocj
? aid pity, and that the democrats
thus: i teems to u.that mO ordinary prudence than enough to pay the subscription price ofa auembleda BATON ROCOE, La, Arri2 1843. we hep
1 would demand of ihft party to know the opinions newt aper, which editors' printer and pub. | vory.large war party and gone Dear Sir,-Your letter of the !. alludes out the Slat will treat them wilfc great COCSidNrties
again to attack them. We shall soon hear to certain statements that have recently been and tenders! So mote it bo.
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: I fr.> man whom it should nominate for Halters must labor a whole year to furnish.

$: E the highest and most responsible office i tbe Why should any complain of the price ofa the reauh.1'Kn0ledg _ _ submits mae in some several of inquiries the pape.( M my the consideration North and which bu Cas "
There is Pover. o fl-Tbe Jury verdict, referred to by
J Union. newspaper ? > ofTen times in one -This expression of been received. *
:: t Mr. Toombs speaks of Mr. CIsy'o urrpopo- .I paper more than ten or an hundred times the Lord Bacon's is usually supposed original with To your inquiries I have respectfully to nny : Clay, in his recent letter,at lately recovered&*

irnperttgthatbise paper contained fntelli. :lari'y and says tbat|* calm and impartial men value of the suoAcription! price ; and it must, him. hal! found it, however, in the Bible, Fnt-Tha if nominated by the Whig National J. B. CLAY (Henry Clay'i son.) wit Ia Ms. << Ttiot

g 4 gene tro.n the (oar qtiarter% of (be and received tbe result (of the last Presidential election indeed, be a very poor paper,-much inferior, where we I read, "A vise man is.trnlea a I am free, of shall pledget not refute and tcwpUnce permitted pro\ide ',) favor, and wan obtained the ranet CVta$J |

-. :je'! from this practice is derived the gob .- ) as the judgment o his countrymen iudeed, lo anything we have seen-Ihtt is not man knowledge locreasetb ..trenglh.Pro. lain let position al independence(all parties in th abolition preta ke., from UxinjtoB to

; j'apers.-iLu11i Family llsL'or. against Mr. Clay's pretcns'ons: to the Preii- worth the price charged for it." verbs xxiV, 5. people and my own tote of duty hive placed lame years alnce. Tbo verdict was for I73W4 -



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.. .... CrM Fir*. tntion, and tbe other ii opjpoted to T' din UM What Is thvisfet .f It. ALAcHAIi4RA-rIcMETki1NG. Departed this 1iJ., at.home,in Leon County Flo Sale of Green Bouse Pka *. c 4

Constitolioi*, "ye to accomplish an end M desirable. At a meeting the citizen of rid,00 the 4th insfint.after a short illnen of twee'
of the tricks of modern whiter* to.ffeot to We find in the Augusta t (da.) Republic, a strong o Demorti A VARIETY of valuable Plants will 'orter'eJ J
It is oDe Democratic on They prove this by their votes and acts, and CLAY the foll!
.. Ihe position fir the party shall,.take the mere assertion of political.aspirants -! paper upon instant, Maj r JOHN PARSONS was calledto of her age wife of NATHAN HOLT. no Wednesday. the 17th Mit. for the benefit of the 5

Bitters of State policy, u to place them between the and office seekers to tie contrary To do so, Gen. T.YL.'sleter of the 20th Apri. announcing the Chair, and DELL appointed Mrs. HOLT poscesced all the good' qiialifie and Presbyterian Church. Tb patronage o4 lb. pablic ft" i
North his determination rIm for the White WI.A i i.
two win ol I the federal party-the to House respectfully sclidted. May 6. 18.18.
Srt el the would b to condemn them lor the noble stand they no/r Secretary. substantial virtues that adorn the female character. : f
will be particularly ito/tea:
p4 the S atb. troth The of ruder this remark by glancing have taken. I will betlme'enoilsh to distrust them I,What will the Whig Convention Georgia DO On motion of Gen. Russell, a committee of She was a faithful and affectionate wife. a fond mother Groceries &c. I

track with the which ha been waged upon when they abandon thf'it present position ; but with the above facts BETTRI THEM ?o Every Whig| four was appointed,consisting of Gen. Rrj-s ll, a kind neighbor,and an orderly,up-right member If! fifiH LBS. BACON HAMS. SIDESand J
the
,a moment at war while the contrast is so great between them and the paper in the State of Georgia except the Soother James A. Pede-n, Thomas J. Pnl and Dr. of the Methodist Church. ,' SHOULDERS S1UJO

I tkt fob portion of the Democratic party, on whig. i i is our wisest plan to unite with them in Recorder, has advocated a National Cn'ention- J. G. Dell, to report Re the consideration I Thus, in the demise of this worthy lady has the Ib*. best Leaf Lard. *
Wilmot i.o. i jq known Every meeting that has taken place 200 Ib*. Carolina Rice,
rh m tter or b free State P who hare I taken wf'1 ground upholding the Constitution. They are in favor of appointed delegates to our State Convention (whether an- of t tie| meeting, and to appoint a church lost an excellent member the community a 2Obbt.. St. Louis Hour f

that IbO in the democrats hat the instrument as it is, tvlth all its equality! of privileges preferences wereexpresseJ for Mr Clay or Gen Corresponding.Commillee. and Committee of kind and obliging neighbor, v>d her family an irre- IOsacksR'oCo1l.e,

i ia opposition to thai mewure are to tbe Southern people.. Let us, then" fraternize era] TI%lur. or no preferences were expressed at all,) Vigilance for the County. parable lot*. But their Ion is her |rain. Her spirit 5fi pile. choice Liqtmm and Wine.

ao a tinjrle whig of any note, in th free States, i ifouad i. with them and our rights.will be have agreed to"BIDI by th*DECIIOJ of a NATIONACOWVENTIOW. Hon. Vi It.jFairbanks being present, was has gone to a happier clime whilst her body is eon- 30 bbt. doable rectified Wbillk.,. ij .f
with Smth. On the contrary, the rre.ertt G tells us, that he will 10 dozen best Port Wine.
siding lit exception i i4 urging the unimpaired, whether we shpll acquire new territory ', attrpt the n ntral1"lor ex d to mw trithou introduced. to tpe meeting and addressed the signed to the tomb. Let her remains rest in peace. 10 Madeira Wio,

whole party ,'itho any or our limits extend no further than cur prc.'entboundaries. eroding pledgr*; but if it it not wrr/H citizens in a forcible, chaste and eloquent AMICfS.ALACHUA 4 .. is Sherry a' I .
friend. NOT/"liI
and in its fast 1k
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Provim
abiding .
adoption o the DRAW eren if Mr. Clay b nowrjiEE: What manner. He touched upon the different to -- 8 Claret ,
in State Legislatures in Conventions. has it this that shall dictate thr Soap Candle, Starch Cheese, Pickles, Olive
Congress come to any man pie and principles which distinguish and divide HOUSE.Jfewnantcille t.
I the the fire-sideand every where else, tcrmtof hit nomination t people of the the Olive Oil, Catsup. Mustard PepperGround Pepper a
n Ircp. b Showing the Cloven Foot. : U"itt two gfcat parties irJ the Union, and Flqr tlfl. I-
ock the Proviso. Let the Sfatr.1 Green and Black Teas..&.C.. tc.. .. at the. new rr. wr w
to -
wbigs "
the Northern The Whigs!of this State' seem determined to show .Will the GREAT WHIG PARTY permit Use1 ably and conclusively sustained: those whiclp&rticularly subscriber having purchased the hou. and store of S. S. KNIGHT.: i

whip o the Sooth deny this, if they dare. UV that there is no lack of good wine in their cellars. to be annihilated by a no-party man ? Will it suffer characterise (he Democracy. lil i THE ( formerly owned and occupied by J April 29, ISIS. 41 '

challenge them to disprove it. But not PO with the itself to be dashid to pieces by Gen. Talorahoultanother speech was effective and convincing,and \Vi Pearson, Esq.; at Nvwnansville.! E. F*.. is now ; f
have evidently, to the of all humane addl
Democrats.! There are orne amongst them, it i! They treat sorrow and afar greater man than 1,1 b selectetl much to his already acquired reputation as an ready to Accommodate Boarders and Travellers and Pure Sulphate of Quinine. 'I >
men, ben acting like alrer-dinner wanderers to hear its fiLomor great hopes by his exertion to make his guests as comfurtable -
who rlamnr with the wl.ijs and abolitionists "T" D"RD orator and subscribers have on hand two hundred and f* :
true stnmb'ingin the dark. To only one thing do they battle soon to be fought ? The General eIN us, that statesman. as possible. He has good stabling and a THE ovncesol Scrtphatenf Quinine which they t1 b-
but the de
'Torthe adaption of the Proviso th".e remain steadfast, and that M, to constant.unrelenting he will give i no further pledr to any party than rh*. The commiiffe reported the fblloxf ing lies first rale ostler always in attendance. have obtained direct (from the manufacturers, and V T

f jijniag and ambitiuiii. The ma-5 of the Democrats abuse of anJ Dernncrotic Vet he will follow the COldUutiDn. \\ieexample\ of olutions, which were unanimously adopted : GEORGE M. GALP1N.Newnansville. they will wafrant it to be a superior article.
measures.
i the bone and sinew -are opposed to it as mi** Dlmota1 < the earlier Presidents F To which of them dues he Resolved, That the Democrats of the sev fa113. JS-iS. 43 We have enlarged Ptrr stock of Drag and Medi- 11

chievoui. unjust and inexpedient. We know this i ilofrnrn i. I their own conduct afford- sufficient points for retort a1udf? One of them was favor of the ALF: e'al precincts jn this County he to cines by ferent irritate, and are prepared to execute
requested
-they are laing up unto themsehcs treasures of f SfI1W' LAWS. The third differed radically Mislaid order to, article in
Lost our line at wboe
Ie
or or retail -
the resolutions of their Conventions, the derlarations send llemocratic Con.
some from fir second and (fourth delejjatp" fo a County:
upon "t ,
their of their questions Iht the *
many; thing So be it ; riches are own on mo accommodating term J
of the Democratic and ll'hig journal, the rniking. We will have orra'ion, now and theft, to But enough at preser.t. Grn. Taylor is unwilling I 10 vtntion, to be held at Newnantiillc on Saturday 'TV0-L Hall promi made sory payable notes, to viz Arnett: one note& Manning on John C.or We hare shin a few account yet doe fo us for Ihe .

positions of their leading men. and the VOTF.S and in their s'hcnd'irs and Even abide by the decision of (he National Convention, the 8d I day of JUMP next, fur tit [purpose bearer for one hundred dollars due first of Jantnrv tear fWf. They generally in sotaflatnonsts. *
And fact right }peep upon t hanquetn UNLESS ifE M THE MAN The spirit of true and of candidate for bat if the whole could be paid rhoftly! it would I :
fpeecbes of their Congressmen. one noble nominating Representativeaid last, dated in the fall of 1847; and one rote on j. CO .
f a distant view of the rich treasuries of life will J.hg. will flash at this dVlcrmmatinn. far towards hicn
liquid.tingcelraio *
bert is worthy f note-of the l.undreds of D.mn :submit ftf be blasted: by division, appointing delegates (10 a Senatorial Con. H. Vcrdier made payable to Arnett & Manning, for sums we owe. :
: xl and if this be that TIt nt LEWIS
serve some c<* purpose;- all is AMES. "
dollars due first of last dated
I tratic paprl' the North and West there can brought; upon them, too by rich rMPERrot's prCTATION. vestion. I; eighty January in the Xpril29,1S4S. 41
allowed to poor sober h&rd-working Democrats, fall also precise date not recollected. All 3Notice.
person
They will the that beset
one dozen which favors lie Pro- time tee ilanger Resolved That the Democrats of Marion
scarcely
D3me why, they must grin and boar it best they them and 'are hereby cautioned against trading for either of
a may. AROUSE AS O.VE TO VINPICAT
\: 'il.w i nine-tenths o( these 11 b found in the MAl County be requested to send delegate to meet said notes. JOHN MANNING.I 1
i is well known that of ,
men princely fortunes ThEIR PRFPE THEIR PRINCIPLES, AD THEIR
: of New Yotk. These facts which a e stubborn I HONOR !" our in Convention at Waicahoole, on the Is i May 13, 18t3. 43 4t ALL creditors legatees, and persons entitled to .
Sate revelling in all the luxuries earth, have great contempt in
: irresistible truths, ae familiar a household day of Julynekt, to nominate a candidate for I theEstateoflheopbilo.Beatty. '1
fr'he dollar"-so, politicians, TAXES. deceased are hereby notified that their claims and
trorJs in the free States, ami! cannot unknown to almighty J-Some j.natlre people assert I that Gen. TAT Senator.
b rich in all the variety of political sentiment, i demands will be barred at (the expiration of two year
I tbt whig editors of the South. flu it what do we be- pure Loft manifests a greater desire to run for President Resole dt That we approve and adopt the from the granting of letter testamentary to the on.deroigned ;
unadulterated and have Tax Collector's Notice.
sparkling, holy
Da "e hear them rraisinc. the noble democrat a contempt than anv one of the trentlemen whose names have resolutions of the Marlison Convention and unless the same are ethi1rife4 within the -:
"tL of rfvi't He who doubts this has only to hear one Tax Collector for Leon said two to the
undersigned County, year Ondersigned or t* James T. :
of the N rtb, who have stood up to brcaM the been: mentioned in connection with that high posi will support candidates nominated ut said THE
of the speakers, c-r read the of the Whig gives notice thai he will attendAt Archer,her A
tile o Provi:oi.,m, in opposition to the whole whig of Florida to be n\incej.organ We have an instance party tiun. In his Utter to Dr. DRO:!<, ol Charleston, Convention. the School House Fort Braden on Monday, 13h; AHotn'1.EttF.N A. BEATTY. -.

put) Do we bear them uttering words of encouragement about a year ago, he distinctly dechrc-d that he wa The following gentlemen were appointed a May, Eieetrffix of Will of T. Beatty deceased. ;

and urng them to continue their struggles at hand. There was a \Vlus; Mass Meeting in this not a candidate and did not wish to be. although, i if Corresponding Committee for this County the At Benjamin llak's Fort Stansbcrry, on Tuesday, April 29. IMS. 41 Sw .;.

ainstadnetmine: which, if sccetsul.! will remit pljre a few djts. ago in which the leaders figured I elected, he would not decline. In his letter of the last three names being added on motion of If.ih Mat,
without stint. Of course, principle nothing butprinciple : .\t Sihool Hoiwe, near Georee Young's, Lake Jack' Lottery of Fainting '
in a dissolution of this governmer.t ? Do the 20th April he avows he M a candidate, and although Louis Aldrich Eq. t Louis Aldrich, EMJ.: son,on Wednesday 17th May f.:
was the polartar that all their JILL be dijp< sed of by Lottery a.* all
ehigs of the South pursue a straight: forward hone guided he would accept a nomination from the Whig Convention Gen. S. Rusu-ill, Dr. J. I P. Ciichiun, Dr. J. .\( Conrt House, Tallahassee, on Thursday, Friday 5 the numbers are taken the following PAJJIIT"i

tit, patriotic course like this ? I is notorious they* d..ils. To the prfc delegates were appointed to still he \'i not withdraw if that nomination G. nel, J. A.,Peden. and T. 1. Prevail. and Saturday, the ISlh IDth and 0th May, taGs. all of which vtill be encased in elegant gilt "
the Whig National Convention, aid tl.en General At "lath', Cross Roads on Monday, 22 fraffies
do not. Instead of it, they to disbelieve the, is given to another. Now, I the wise-acres think following! gentleman were appointeCommittees < : .
aft TAYLOR was 'the first choice .f( Florida for President At Rcard's Store Miccosookieon Tuesday.53d May, A correct likeness of Gen. DAVID E. Twice, in t 4'
.
evidence of their own senses, and insist that "al| the here would they can sc in all this a !eat anxiety on the Tart of of Vigilance; for the precincts in At Daniel Houck's Cetotreville.on Wednesday,2Jih uniform. r
yet Whigs
patties in tie free States are in fa\or of he Proviso.*' support any other the old hero to b rrldlnf.: and they prt'frallhf'Y which they reside, viz : May A correct likeness of Lieut. Col. C. A. MAY in :.
who might be tie nominee of the National: Convention M. Dell S. IJ. Colden At Manniwi** Old Place, Manninjton, on TlmrsdaT, .
Instead of cen.mendin the cocrsw of these distinguished i t can sue in his four! a dipoition-ny a positive John U. Stanley, B. unf -fm. ; p

democrats who have their opposition provided he was unexceptionable on the subject determination dictate to Ihe Whigs whit the} John J. J. M. Spirkman, George 2.:lhMjvr famrooi" With Ihe following Fancy Paintings, from LordByron's rJ
Lake nth
a\t\ni I ol slavery.! Thefate Irmresolution will show SancLeZ At Byrd's Shop ,on Fricfay. May. Works:
it denounre lUro as t and ambitious do. Shame such M. ( C. Ellis Peter Sparkman, ".. 1 :
to they corrupt I how must 1 on illiberally Fur the purpose of recervina the Taxes aiesed Aurora Raby." Atarte" Maid of S nou." '. .

and I being in heart Provi.oi ct ts. They' pertinaciously ardently whigs are de"otc to principle, and X. Jones W. C. AIn, M. S. Perry, N. Iaf for Revenue of the State and Cotrnly for the year er:: Person. appointed to act as Agents will please i
!how much they hate s ois.! and Ta lor Piles"John: IMS Hours of attendance from Juj A. M I fo 3, '
Clay .
deny that the South has any true friend in : ) fold, John S. R. return the numbers u soon as possible. 5 ,.

Or.fspc.Arr said the resolution! .tlei The Thef-e ri\al candidates for Ihe nomination Andrew John P. M. RUSSELL Artist.April22.l4' .
the democratic ranks! in I the free States. although wai &< whig Cason, Elijah Tucker, Robb., JAMKS: W. SHERWOOD : '

democrats talk, write and vote (or us'! On the oilier meter, not being satisfied! still urged its adoption occupy very different positions in reference to theC ''I'' I'ownsend, John ('lenvnts.: William Dell, W. Tax Assessor and Colleger: for Leon Cwunty- i ( Quincy Times. wrft please 40pO Iwice. :, _'

kind, in the free sal the whig* denounce deme- with force and zeal. If the success of the great \ nnrtiuu. which i is to assemble on the 7th. or D. Eulmnks, and Charles: F. Pitch el. May C, ISIS. 42Notice. I I cOPT .; 1.t

trill a bin in favor" ol extending slavery-as being whig party ot the country was the object in vew' be June next. CLAY says he will go into the Convention On motion of Mr. Pe-Jen, the thanks of I I'l Store for Rent. ; i
: .
opposed to the Proviso-as being" dough f ace." could not see hut that that party must be everywhere and if he is nominated he will accept, but if he meeting were unanimously tendered to Hon. *plTE store formerly occupied by J. R. Ferttne f i. lot V:.

-as against freedom and human progreca-and in united, and how unite except upon the chosenman i,not nominated, he will be contented with their Mr. Fairbanks for his ale! address. J."PROPOSALS will be received at the sevenl-five ofT.ee of the J. for rent : possession given November I. Apply JT *ta!
Secretary of Slate for carrying copies 5 J
of the Convention ? This view could be den-ions. Gen. TAYLOR and his friend he On motion the Democratic were to J. R. FORTCSE.
short, I being the luiIrttf ol S.ulhtr nemd not say "il papers -of Thompson's Digest lo We-t Florida, to be April 22, ISIS. 40 J KELMVAKD
Southern intitltion.. Ffm Daniel Webster down met. The matter had to L8 placed upon other accept a nomination from the Convention, but if any requested to publish the proceedings of the deposited in I the different Counties for ale. Proposals pl.1.
,
lo tbe meanest cur that >elps in the whig kennel, grounds. In lie course of discussion one speaker one else is chosen he will not submit to it, but wil! meeting.On to be opened on the 22d in.t. M. WEST 'i'O'

this has been done. Bef re the recent election in said, the meeting in Tallahassee last winter had already be a candidate under any circumstances Its a per- motion the meeting adjourned. A. E. Secretary MAXWELL State. Notary Public, .1 1

1,Hampshire the democrats were charged by the pledged the party for TATU. and it was nee ft-ct .head I win, tails you Icsc" game with the old JOHN PARSONS, Chairman. May 6, IS.IS 42 TALLAHASSEE. FLORID.f. !1

whip with having abandoned: the Proviso,-and the l fary to preserve good faith that they). should not Genera? WIILIAM DELL, Secretary. April !2. J 1SJ9. 39 : 'i

result el that election "I asserted by the N. y. retract their vuw' at the time. The meaning of Notice.SIX .
The late Oiislow Horses for 'aie. 'J
THitmr, and other abolition big paper a lav- which is, if Florida.cant control, .1.1! will act as be. Virginia Election. Promotions.- Sergeant weeks after date, we shall apply to the lion. jrpwo
I The recent' election in has terrni'ialul in (Slrp ) one day changing hor. HomES lot safe tint work ; .j
try victory, and the democrats of New Hampshirewere comes her new-born sovereignty), and Lave her own Virginia; ant.at.ltr was ;" of' the Probate Court in and for Benton good
on her own soil. Let the favor of the Democrat The lat advices thrived a ses at the White lart. Ryegate, when the County, South Florida, for letters o' administration V -L well rn dooWe ot single hatfteIL"J
held the which it. way Whig party of the
up a party acomplibt } the learned on the estate of Charles Lang: late of slid County _Apply to R. H. WHI71WG .:
in the House of of Democrats landlady
gain
I and for which they were cursed,derided and abused, Union go to the dlj:. The Whigs of Florida are Delegates seven resist *addressing deceased. April 5, 1S4S. 39 Al th. tin ?t ndf'aclo'1' .,
and Senator. Last Whi counsel & The learned gtntle.man' 1
the
one in 1.
majority
concerned with year ;
IB the old fashioned .t. Ie. In Connecticut itt cam ing their own State and he who C. T. JESKINS. ) -
y.ti is available here be the What he House was ten. Mr. BOTTS says this election servant corrected her on each occasion JOHN B. ALLKN.f Admri1Benton Buggf rat Sale" s
us and is the same way. The Hartford Courant* Ih.1 man. matters .
*zealous whig of the Sth ult. it to them if a Whig Pre.idant i is elected, and Florida may be considered as settling the TAYLOR .hash. ," In a side whisper. .Be quiet, said she, witha County S. F., May ((5, lil. oJfit TCST received four handsome Leather T6p BtTGJ .
paper IY'"The and confidential wink, I know he is only a sergeant GIES. made expressly for this marfcf Apprr ,'
lost ? PI 8' stuS What is i- that Mr. CLAY will be the nominee of the Con- l'
result of the election is also an emphaticcondemnation Piinciplus uf.:1 principle but them always like to be Lost, to R. H. WHITlftO, :
Sflfgearrts'
veution by a large majority and General will ,
of the designs of the Slave Puwtr to but FurlthaAn.ther ? SOT N the evenhig of the MaY Festival, (Tuesdavlast March 25. IS 15. 30 At the Tin T atrnfactorr. :._ Or
called
Le Vice President. Mr. B. had not that JetUr Captaips.Leadon paper. O 'I
abolish freoDlln territory that may be added to the speaker was mere emphatic, and dwelt seen _u _. __ __ ) a child's GOLD BRACELET with the r.
Union. eternal disgrace, the leaders of the -- --- Sea Island Cotton See ".
it Rosalie engraved on the inner side of the
: }longer on the importance of carrying Florida. The How that Letter. A statement like the following, ought to name .
t-called Gen. received The
this have
Democraay in State distinctlyabandoned Taylor single b clasp. It being one of a pair renders it doubly val BUSHELS SUPERIOR SEA ISLAND COTTON .
S all opposition II the extension t of f slavery burden cf his discourse took this turn, no other.- Clinton (La.) Floridian of the 22d nit. say_ a sufficient inducement to any isis lu1erinl with tJ3blt'rntheownt'r. The finder will be liberally rewarded 50 SEED from Charleston for iiTwfrr .1 l

under the constitution of the Ignited States. This in One woulJ have thought that New York with her .\\e learn that on the receipt of Clay's circular, I;. diseased lungs td make a trial of U'istar't Balsam, on leaving it at this Office or Mr. Ar \It."JJ : DANIEL .\). .;
New Their would have fixed
England success ttt mammoth vote, was pleading to be heard-that the the G.erl read it with home appearance of and test its virtues in their own case r Store. May 6. S-R. 42 Newport, Waich IS. 1SW. X> .
the and it i is matter of
I' tisae'upn the "Salt.(f condemnation a has been pro S controlling umpire voice ot( the States, was demonstrating emotion. On finishing it,he remarked. : I That from Florence, Oneida Co., N. Y., May, fs4G.. :Hat ce.: :
(
Mr. Boarders
Clay's movement, he was not altogether unpre- A Few
clearly, upon them by the people." the neces.-ity of standing resolutely by the Mr. S. W. Sir : I take pleasure itt '
le forthisdefermination.
As himself, F01le.-Dear weeks after sate the wrrf pfy
regarded
pat be comfortably accommodated at Mrs. undefsigned a> j
only man who could triumph within her borders. SIX
Now here is unmistakcable evidence from the opposition ie .it made no change in his position. slating to you mj experience in the use of Wistat'sflalsam cOULD '!, next door to the City Hotel.April29 the lion. Judge of Probates for Leon County ...
General TAYLOR would be .rbir to can Florida.. lie was the i>eor>Ie's candidate for the Preoidencv. of Wild Cherry. for letters nt adsMnisrraf Oft the estate nf Jame _
itself to the Position. of parties and vet ---- I S-I 9. 41 3t
I and this could be said and a< such submitted bij name lor their consideraion. deceased late of Leon .
; not with certainty of another.We I Sometime in February, 1515 I was attacked witha A. Berth lot. County.J4MEST.A1CHFR.
hear of South- "
'I cm no acknowledgment it from the i 4
must look to our own State-we mft which iu Proposals for a Loan. '
era wing of the whig party. I it a perfect uiie in manage difficulty of the lungs brought me ap. April 15, 1?.tS. 30 6\t ;

tbe front and rear game. The Northern wings denounce for orn'rr". Florida! "t! u!! must mount a racer CO-: The St. Augustine Ha'aid of the (Ath instant >earanee to the brink of the gras e. I consulted those TREASURY DEP.4RTAnfCT.

I them a being opposed to the Proviso-the who can run us through without J possibility of says that the crops are suffering very much in that who were called skilful! physicians, who pronounced Aunt. 17.. mIS.QF.ALEDpropos'eisetili Spring. and SttMxner G .

Southern whigs denounce them a r\'orable to it- failing or being beat. -.1 this sounds very well.! section for rain, there having been none, excepting my case incur <'?. My friends at night did not ex- be recevedundev- the- -act I .%,-.. --------- C

Tbe Northern whi s denounce them a" having distinctly I there was any Senator or Jude, or any officer of one slight shower, in two months. Rain i is:also very pert to find me alIve in the morning. I was induced. O of 31st March bet, fntiI3 f. m.on Satwday, BETTON & HIGGSARTI / 't

t all opposition to the extension clslavery" that ort, or of any oilier sari. or if it wa not undoubted i nvich needed in our section of the country and indeed as a last 1 reaort.trcinzthe try TTi tart balsam, and alter ta- the 17th of June 1S49 him sixteen millions of dollars now receiving a large and general asuorf :1 '!

t al'andont-the Southern whi;. denounce them as opposed t how great[ and overruling: i is the importance information from all parts of the State is to the first hot$le, I felt great relief. I continued of United States stock, reimbursable; twenty M of of SPRING AND SlIMMER GOODS/ g
of this State in the years from and after the 1st day of Jury 1S4S, bear wbirb invite tbe attention of the
: Presidential contest t. bottles I considered to they ptiblie.
four
we
deciding i it and aftr taking ,
same effect. The weather here for the last 10 use ,
to in
us all our domestic interests. In I"orl. I day or ing six per rent interest per annnr; pan able semi- March 2.>, 1S43. 36
c
whatever the democrats of the North may claim for f/iij/ suspect that sentiments of this temper were two has been comfortably chilly, accompanied by luel cured, and lor I the last year I have had r.o occasion annually on the first t days of January a6d-JuIy of "

themselves I a party, with few exceptions,, and not altogether disinterested. But, how can we suspect northern and westerly winds. to use any; edicine for the lungs, and believe each year. No bid will be received beloW par.nor New Good's Spring Trade.
such a thing under circumstances cured. will any bid be considered unless one per cenk'there ..
present m\self entirely
whatever the Northern whigs in of -- -
may say support of in depository of the Visited <
their claims the Besides, who does not know that the Whigs abhor Worthy of Imitation.-A bill to abolish militia (Signed) J. T. GRILLEY.For is dep.sited some t. K BURNEY .a
" whigs of the South deny and State at or before the .tebetl for opening I the PIO- )
1 I whether right or wron irui t upon their occupying 'poi". Why, they look only to (principles of national trainings has va.st both houseof the PennsylvaniaLegislature. sale by F.IDARAUD. Jr. Druggist Talla- .. The bidin all cas
ip connection with their candidate for President imposes lax of tW and without reft'tence'io the bids of others and V V the liberal
i a lo us. Shame such a policy I a I'J.tf cent lajnee, D. L\Dd.: Newport and by Druggists gene- any phntefs generally/ put patron p
f pit! I is antagonistic dishonefcf.andunwrortruthoseholYel upon and it is well established that the best test ol upon each individual liable to militia duty, in lieu of ally rbrnuhoa4he States.unlTUARV.. should tate distinctly the premium offered.. The ape ne Was received from fhejvaa* respectfully ft'. a.
eOUt I tnilt proposals should be sealed and endorsed Proposals quest a continuance of the same1. hare, just re .
'
sjy regard for truth and the well being of the coon- those principles is the atatiability a candidate in personal service upon training days. l fond thus for the loan of lS4
try. One or the other of the wings cf the whig this noldeStatv Who carries the Union carries produced, after the payment of all necessary! militia ; of' the Treasury, Washington City, D. C. The sumssrhkh ASSORTMENT OF GOODS *f ft1r esfi nd exam

party must wronIf have abandoned all trash, if Florida b lcking. NI.c will Bacchus expenses, is to l he divided among Ihe several volunteer Died in New Y rk.on the20th April, Mr.JAMES nay be accepted will be required to be paid ineforyourades. :

b they renounce "ilf. Shlork scatter gold or Satan rebukesin corps of the CommonwealthASSSIUS P. SMITH, in the 3tst ,ea of hi. age. to the depositary of the United States _nearest the March 25. 1849. M -A jf
opposition to the extension of slavery as by _ ,
alleged places of residence of the respectively whose HV HH BB BW HMM %
than those.Whips forego of their Mr SMITH was a Printer by profession and a very persons
the Northern wbis the of 'i Iht ecutacy offers be bat the amount of the
sweeping allegation may roccfeufal accepted Sale
devotion to (tc- M. CLAY denies that he ever represented accomplished oni. He was for a time associatedwith postponed tojtrtt MwdagiMay. # ig.
Southern whig,that .all plliel.t the North are in toto princ- ---er-rah-to bids I rum bidden net residing ia the United .
-Ioto catch a himself to the Mexicans as a relative ot HENRY Messrs. K: WLCS I CLIIBT in I the publicationof States must be deposited with the assistant treasurers Tax CJoLlector's Sale. ;.
favor ot I the Provis*, must be false.. On Ihe other "n.e
Well the resolution was1 CLAY. He says : the Sentinel, BIT)! I perhaps with Mr. Ct.isav in at New York, Boston,fhibdclpbia,or New Or. TN pursuance of. an Act of fke'GcMral Anenbly t I*
band duly debated
lithe latter assertion be true the former must (though 'a leans. JL.;.t: the State of Florida nti<1t.Ao Act to ."
I never claimed kinship with Mr. Clay It was the of the Quincy Sentinel. He was a n- ?
be f.ll. How, then, shall we determine the mat- I chaos" did not .shake her shaggy tail" over it, as he who claimedin hisGreelc) letter, relatiunbhip'to ; publication To give an pportunify fo iH persons to participate force the> payment of Taxes.txWsed 'and to be ar V' :j

ter I they are our friends, it ought to be acknowledged of yore,) and unanimously voted down save only me !" oung gentleman of amiable manners, and ,.admired in the iBVestment of fondfa this steel bids will eased, against all ,lastitution claiming Corporate > f'

but if too have themselves that the mover courageously voted aye. result CAISIUS ought to be permitted to rest and appreciated bv those well ac'uainle with be received the lowes they, Ti. .
arrayed noW' authorized by law-ing for fifty dollars -as wellas and
him. His disease was consumption-tbe terrible I have levied vpov will expose (nit fate- to,the t" 1
shows a fixed dcterminatio of the of this .
against us-if they stand side by side with the Whigs of northern latitudes. Tbe news of his lor higher sums. highest bidder in front of the Conft Hoose rn Tal- Jlaha. J-
ent man of the whig of the North-we ought to ; District to cling to TATLOT.whether he b nominated ANOTHER LETTER FROM GEN. TAYLOR. scourge All certificates under one thousand dollars will be ee. on 0ood y. the thirdly of Aril ant"all

know it. Our are not a for trifling i or not. Olt! the fun there will b in this region The letter from General Taylor his brotherinlaw death will be received by his numerous friends inlit transferable .n the books of the treasury; but all the rntwestan Twvf and equity of the Soatlre/n Life t
ri&h. mater city and Quincy with sincere sorrow and regret. certificates for that sum and op wards wi> be transferable Insurance md Trust Company the Wlowrftf eW .
when it is ascertained that the
least of all by ourselve How shall we know, then I Cnnel" h star Captain; Allison, which we givein I ( on tbe book of the realty, or by delirerj ctibe*) Band and Mortgage, and other property ,f.:
the true of affair! stand affected ted some one else. Such a gathering in another column is from this I life jn this city 1 P. M.londay at the of bidder.To .
position our I they Iqnad..uc copied the New Da'rle a o'clock. with coupons attached option J>e or *o ranch thereof, as may or shall be necesry, to Vwr I

ty Northern supporter opposition ? We know of wbifpring such ominous starts and squats and Orleans Evening National. That paper 8tb instj, in the 29tt year of her age after avoid expense, confusion, and multiplication of the amount of State and Coenty Taxes. due by ,.,
wire-pulling! Some more will have accounts, all certificates with coupons' aflacfieJ( will said Company for the 1846 and 1847. together *
in year
b one way-one medium through which we may meetings -which is a warm advocate for the General'selection a severe illness, terminating a puerpercal fever, r
be for tbe of one thousand dollars. .
sum AQ1A&J
with all costs vrz: William Fisher's Bond for
j"dse. We should look the of to got up somt"here. to other meetinglIme..bere 'lo the thinks MARIA consart of Hoc of this
at ,
acts our proftf b give Presidency- it is more Irs. FaEEBl1 The succesffnl bidders will be required to deposftethe secured by mortgage.dated 1Mb lily, 139. \i'*

friends. I they correspond with our id.1 of what else something to renpord to. Oh the direct and satisfactory than any thing he hat ity. | amount awarded in five equal instalments in eachof K. H. Bradford' Bond for &WJXXJ, oettved bt

M doe to us, we cannot ee any reason for withhold perplexity of following! ; crooked paths. heretofore written, and must carry conviction Mm. I was a tuv4src.of. Eneland.- had been a the months of July, AUgtlst.September.Oclober. mortgage dated 1st August, 183.. oft dares apil :

4 I if ear confidence. If, a* is alleged by our opponents lo the mind of every To our mind I reidentof KlorKti for majty )ears. She \.united and November the present year. except for sums land. ..
mn. F.sHoc thirteen months not exceeding twenty thousand dollar, where the Wm. Bond for $1,500. eetred1 ,
in holy wedlock to just Barney 6y rtoetf'
FalteringThe Rev. William G. firownlow of ,
all at the North however, it is neither satisfaclory. .'
parties in favor of the
are or bidder be desirous of making immediate i.
nee. She hail I It ft ayonng.ghildnirsed.iusoId.andmanfrelauiVes may payment gage, dated 7th Aug., 1S39. on slaves and land.
Provisoit ought to b conclusive evidence to us, the Jonenborough. f/JVnn.) J'ig. known a Ihe Having, in this attempt' to define his all I friends, to mourn their I Ion Her in which Qase the whole amount may at once :. A. R. S. Hnnter' Bond for Sl, OO. trf **

when a Northern man has the harftttvJ to oppose fighting parson, ".recently on a licit to New Or. position. clearly violated his pledge, tot to pmuVlife, mildneis of heart,and patient resignation, be deposited. Tbe stock will bear interest in all case mortgageduitt-d3d Aug.. 1839.on *Iafetf w< i

4 doctrine embraced by all pirties that he inIt lean*. and whilst there, wrote to his own paper a commit himself the of either [ give them confide C that their loss is her gam and 'I1Om the date .4 deposite. : John D.Harley'* Bond for $2>) r...ertredoyiMrt7
measure par"we hope that shr is now in the enjoyment of that Tits bids will opened at the Treasury Department I dated 20th A g"JS39. ewJwe. Z
they
by of Ihr gaze
i n. and may be trusted by us. Taking their lend descriplirn t C" tnt city, by no meansflattering. think We would hare exhibited a at 3, on Saturday the 17th June ,.
greater peace which is in [reserve for Ihe righteous. p. m.r ISIS, r.V Wi TradeweB'e Bond tot tf.HXtf eeo/ed 'y .
let*, then .the ,t. we find their roost di.'in. As a *]specimen we give the 'following degree of ** boldness" had he declared his Receive thy servant. 0 Lr. into that place where in the presence o< aJT person? who mar rVeire ro attend f'rtPC'. dated 7th Xprila 84O.0U ilave J- .

ci.be Statesmen opposing themselves to the Pio- .New Orleans i.' a head and shoulders,taller than opinion in more comprehensive term she may hope for Tby mercy. Amen. ; but,under a provision introduced inflP fie art ka.suu4er McInr' Band for 83.100. secured by :r

......bowing by conclusive the any city I (\e was in. faj. it is 'a pole and rom.I We repeat that we bold ouraclf ready to bat. of 31,t nf March last, no bidder will be permitted I mcirtgagedate 1 tUb XP". 1939; c.D daYel aJ
argument
mIl.chinou. in the city I Died at Key March"last, Mrs. 10 withdraw his bid. On all bid not accepted the 1Md' .4 5
> deeper ty that any lie with whatever '
tecdoory of the measure, and denying to I,. ever pam wa in. The .ir.1, operate' here upon a brat ability we possess, for the IhaRIE Wrt.onthe3It Hon. William Marvin amount deposited in advance will be immediately Chwrfe1 Cote** rV-mf rot ftivSOD''. "7. moftgtV. 4Ii.

5 stres the power to exclude slavery, from the ter scale,and really lthn borraeii here,together with orninee of the 'Whip National Conventionand of that place-l eturned. The whole premium on the amount* dated Zh- Dee 1841.on Jane M slave*. fi

tie The party, with here and there an excep'WB the rnost of his recruiting iiflirer we hope every Whig in the Union It is seldom that we are called upon to record the warded must be deposited as part of the first payment T. R. Betfon't Bond far 14000.

,endorsing tbe same view in Convention, and .Kev. Dr. Clapp. c.fthiecjty.lodei\tred a sermon will lay aside his individual preference ando le.itli ot one more) esteemed and love by all her required in July. next. dated 20th April, I 3 2.oulu., 1eseatfl.Iand i I 1
which i is is rends and acquaintances ff more conspicU.ulur all R. J. WALTER. annual crop of cotton and eom. f-
in it th.1 no into the contest for the nominee be he who
*'jorify of their member in the of the O1t 1JIa of lheTrea
Congress hell in th* text life punish sinners! womanly, virtues) Gifted with great intelligenceand Secretary ory. Samuel W. Brown Bond for %4JOQQ, ecHfed bfmortgage.
I Called sate actually voting in opposition to IheProviso This is an important Jucorcry, and rc1h'es thedrooping he may, with the utmost enthusiasm ; Ili posses wed ot no ordinary personal attractions, I Each or the daily papem cf Boston, New Y'rk. on land. 5

; Ia addition to these unequivocal acts, "'eia spirits of thousands here who know that we do not believe it possible to unite the rae wel.the greatest kindness of heart and amiability Philadelphia, Baltimore Charleston and New Orleans Lewis Conner Bond for $5,70Cf,secured o* saerf t
if the individual she to these not only the and in all other Slate the paper selected lo land an the democrat' denounced the vulgar notion of a hell hi next rife be true, ty upon any who, like General adf acquirements gapeon
are pro-slavery they will have to pay for the( lh. It is more irn- is of his of a fnil and polished manner*, print the law of the United States are authorized > r $\ ,!..rcdbyBMtrf.
*r.y-as the abettors and apologist southern ser portant to the inhabitants New Orleans to have .Taylor, so chary pledge, or too but above piety! I sencere an consistent a*It Was to publish this advertisement. gate on slave and 'land. ALSO-I large Ir. 8 le,

itade, and I the enemies of human freedom andeau.a the doctrine hellfire tndj turc punufunent done intrlflt to yield to Ihe reasonable rations! and unaf cttd. Her unwavering and firm April 29, 1649. 41 1 Paper1 Cite Table 2' hate TfrJlrVf Det, I

It progress-epithets which are applied by the away with, than ol' any other, city I IU e\tl inUtility "ibe, People by making known, in religious was most signally manifetf in her large Book Case, half dozen Cbiirf,JLe. f.
New Store
and borne Grocery A. A. FtStU:* Sh.tt
clear and undisguised terms, his real opinionsupon last illness whichthough_ { lung I' re. .
Wt l and northern whin to those who insist --. by her with that forrtue. resignation and evenleeifulneM TUFT evened in the building next to Mr. Geo. H. And es.... Tri Col. Leo. Co. :

.t paraatee o tbe Constitution-as sacred of At Prtit.- a less than seven mil. the important principle in\olved in the wbijtb, character tiae Si Mrgmnrw/where the various kinds of Groceries March. 184!. $4-4MMH f a:

\h. These arc a ftw of the acts of North lions and a half of books and tract publications were canvass.-Madison Mlntllaxy, Clay Whig. christian, and "hlh' 1 beautifully exemplify file and Western Produce can be had at the lowest mar-

uiuuats, which cited put cut by American Tract Society during the great consalations'ota fixed vndonbted belief inthe tef prices. I would invite those wishing to purchase Hamilton Tax Safe.
are aiencouraging a disIH Exulting in Freedom.-A letter from a pus- Chiirtian Rcli tion. Sarrounded by aU that can lo call, and elamfne tfYe qu'aiifi.and price *
**** friendly to which year closing or the 20th ulf. This i is an average orb /irfoe of ffce p.wer.vnted in me B> law, Ish'all
us, acts challenge our tor in one of th* valleys of Piedmont, rmblish- maketife desirableand with the fairest pro before investing their Dlo e1. BY J
u" **u "d admiration. In and tracts of 57,000 per c"ay During the temporal I liappiness,, contemplated without S. S. lC."lI GilT. expnve for sale More The Court House
have
opposition, peels
we contains the follow, '
ed in an English journal, door in the town nf J"sper ffmtbrtro Covaty.Flojidn .
*nhJtheeia the Society and"greeted wit ont mAnner the approach ol. 1515. 41 -
fear 29.
same period, gratuitously over : a April
rirctll
party calculating assertion (hat they ing specimen of the of the on the first MoneVf M Notember, IS48 tbefoH
thus afford her sarvivine friend bril. -
raeullntbulium death /ing to **
la of instructive
million of Irn'h. What ;
a **** that they art'as much Opposed to us as forty pages a long persecuted ., on receiving the I tiut example of I rue piety and religious faith andIUhe Notice.ALL wrnr oVt-rttjed pr f r1y.- ot lID tech tnere < M
l& tbelit0i10, commentary upon the utilJlof' flearc, as applied to I will p.y the Slate anI County Taie de tkerton lor
% northern whig. It is true the news of the recent grant toleration by the tame lime given then the assurrance that she person who have, BUT demands against the the ear 1647. to wit :

t.equally with the whig. may _,_ King ofSanlinia. lie nay : .Glory to God, hat exchanged the for a better world. and Long rosy of Theophiln Beall!. deceased, are The Soflnn Wef qoa'fer of SeCtTon :Township

.caL, '-t. and desire to see nteioo pri.ting.Te whig Georgia Held a State Convention and gratitude to King Charles Albert. Our she be her remembered excellencies with that and affection virtues respect and hereby notified to present them without delay to the 11. rtonye T),Smith and Eat,ptrpertinf te beloas ..
.kdd due to rare many ; or to James T. Xrcber, irent of the
undersigned
the no- t William J". Mill
dilertnc bt".eo them b. on the 6th instant' and adopted a resolution expressing complete! emancipation, civil and rltcal. wa of her. it may truly bf said dtrsigned. ELLEN A, BEATTY. JOSIAH T. BAISDEN.! KWrifT,

; f checking a preference for TATTLMU t but saying !that CtAT signed yesterday by Eta Majesty, K of None knew bee hot to love tbee, f ExecuUfx Theophilos Beatty deceased. and ex offci Tax Col. TfIamUf B Co.for CT.

no C ti. i will b supported by Georgia f be I nojninffted.? Urriinia." M None aanjsd thee buf to r/raUe April 1348. If.. April 5. 14S. 38 ft -




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] ::4M;} : A cor.-wip'MjJenl oflbe l.caJun. describes :i I proceeded to lecture him most severely for his T DERWODrick1e Gerkins,Mn*>e*.Oa- Coiititntiea! o tl lat of Floridi.Propoted P] J. emir stock and m.ft g purchased
U Walnut -
;p;; t'; a riul to Santa Anna from Vera Cruz, frequent arraignments, not irgetling to tell Pckl", pickled Lfr. I toV ssRcHrxLO,who is the Stale.
: Mustard
and Tomato -
Capers, General
third
the
him of the ninigainst indictments then pending a. Oife agreedioby f respectfully informs his-friends and UM
: from which make the fullowing interesting II I Cid freshGov.ebernies a A
and
...\J 1 I't' : W I him at $hat court. The whole audi. Pepper and Pepper SQce. Virr. Assembly ; rubjeet t the action o tht next public Iba h. is at present at the old .t where
: citnct.
: tt. blt. S110n. he it to execute all work IB with
:1 prepared u.
1 the pitch of alien. Shad and Halibut in .. General Assembly. hi rimE .
: ;: ; 'c' 441 must oar.,! Mijr-elf grettlj but agreea.i ence was roust to highest Carry Powdfr Car- promptness and despatch. He hu on ban th*fines (nrotmJft
tion this tin ular scene. White stood as Gayente, Brandy Cherries, Preserved Gin e. all sotts of and will J
; ; in the by of calf skins and
} i::; bly disappointed prrtonal appearance the rant Jelly, Macaroni.Vermicl Ruuia and American AN ACT to amend the I2lh Clause of the Mb Ar- and in the material. GEZ1.TLEMEN'S GLASGOW ;it now perfortnnr her P1ar
marble th stinging short notice manner
i i T ,Santa Anna. lu every action be it the unmoved as nugb I.ingla. Irish Mo. drie Currants, Prunes tide( the Constitution of this Stale t that the make at AND b the Sowsnce River bettNta Col.c.

l'r: :' f *fnct ofdi;niljr and polilPiiebt-all that can proof of the Attorney General l, and when i and Citrons. Judaes the Circuit Courts shall bold their offi I tion. Boots BOOTS soled, SHOE every repaired descrip in Key". This boat U stronfty fJ Ih.

.: t ,l'a', to of a prfcl jji-iUle, and the first was finished, quietly remarked : Nutmeg Mace. Ginger Allspice, Cionamo.Cloye. ee J br o term of eight years. in.teac of during good style rotf. charges.otheniH He will war tenals and propelled by two engines ;u4 ct '
elptcrt and 'I carrying one hundred too burthen
Summer
I. T ;:.: iinprcMion to arm \\hu knew not the hUtoryot ** You may fc>cecd with your argument, Vamilla Brans, Sage, S.or good behavior. rant.his work to b equal to any done in the place. cotton, with suitable ROM accommodation
Flower & and House
f sweet Oranee Waters Beit the Senate
Pnh Srcrfiow 1. enettdby
Marjoram. I JOT i isengers.
:? t the nun. would be 1 favorable! ant lasting Mr. Sullivan, you have naked him up. extract of Rose, Lemon, Peach and V.nilla.- Repreientatieet of the State of Florida in Gn.1 and to give I food satisfaction I to fitting as any of light draft requiring bat sereUin I'wtJ

.J: '... one. l finer lJ" I never tiw, hit rye The audience was convulsed with laughter For sale by LEWIS St.. AMES. : real Auemhly convened. That I the 12th Clause of other workman. JOHN LEHCH. e*water thereby enabling her to perform k*.?5r*
\
,. S. that be never in his December 4, 1817. 20 of this State regularly at all seasons of the bftweeaCrU**
i' It a* keen and expressive a ever fIn pes. -JnJg* remarking the Sib I Artic. of the Constitution b I May 8, 1941. 43 If year
1. r then maintain the : to rend as ( viz: That at bus and Cedar Key.lnving Colbmbas ever
fscd. IIii is Cent eleven life found it so difficult to Fine Perfumes e olow. ?'
;. hoiglit a
1" abltfh' DAY morning at 7 o'clock A. M.
: : atalion.I I expiral ion or the office of the Judges MX) Ctdi
present
I. .. inches, wish: a A"ell proportioned! body aud dignity that belonged to hit judicial From Ihe Hannfutfory Ubiu, Paris. of the Circuit Courts, with the exception hercinaf NEW GOODS. every FRIDAY morning. Should secj. *?,

: ," : limbs, though a little inclined to corpulency., -I o ''te mentioned, the Justices of the Supreme Court' age I l-e extended or the interests of shippers E.?*;

"f'4 : ; Hi hair originally black in fast turning An Eiperlenc-ed Sal'man.-A young man XI TTEDYOSMf, Millefteurs A, Helilrope, Patchouly, Jockey Club, Mignionette Rose Ce.raniuni and th{Judges of the Circuit Courts,shall b elected VilE subacribers would tal the attention of the her to perform two trips per week tbe pnttS l
JL
the cboice assortment will
public to cheerfully acqnUsc In, and iBeBeaZS
and shall hold
of eten.in make
for ,
j ;t 1' grey, and his.countenance, although a care. advertises in the Boston Post for a place a Ambrosia, Seringa, Ber. of Arabia Ber. de la Reine for that a term term.eight unless years sooner removed thei ofe provisional of GOODS. now receiving a per Brigs and change or add another new boat to the Iiot 7ti7

.;\: ,On eipreesion I' percepti4, is I picture of talesman, and says he hat a great deal of ex Eglantine, Vanilla, Violets, Bergamotte, Vervain, made in this; Constitution for undtr the removal of Emeline. Their stock has been selected,with care. capacity to the on. now employed. A.soon, anl

t cheerfulness combined with r resignation to perience, having been discharged from seven Marrocain and ess. Bouquet. Judge by address or impeachment; and for wilful from the most fashionable establishments in New ticable this boat will extend her trips th/71*

4 'a' :".:' nmfmtiinr.; He walked! about the rom without different stores within a year. Merrill's Alan.: G'nn'> Ashland of Fragrant Perfume Flowers., and Preston t neglect* of duty or other reasonable cause, which York; and,having been purchased at reduced prices wannee river to the Upper Springs and also' so ttt?"
\ enabled to furnish their customers at prices Wilhlacoochie river.
be sufficient the they are
shall for
.! 4 :. a cane, but still with some difiicu.ty, and --- -. .- The true Farina Cologne-also the French ana not ground impeachment ir The
I - would
t -- --- --- --- --- Governor shall remove of them on the address proportionateI110\ undersigned further stat. that b. '
t .' :, : when be seated himself it was not without To Florida Daptsts. American. Lavender. and Florida Waters, Bay Run of tWOthird. of the General any Assembly; Prodded, W O2aOTN) ) others proprietors of thin boat, bar* availed IfJTl
and de la Reine fine Cosmetics, rich
45 J( some pain in his ctipple leg. I must acknowledge Agna POI'de. however That the cause or causes shall be stated al ir. selves the provisions of an act enlitled.Allrtt.
.1 SOUTH-WESTERN BAPTIST CHRONICLE, JIair-oili and Hiir-dve and Toil is of the best of and being manufAc.
Shaving
improve Ihe navigation and to
: that lengthinsuch address and entered of navigate the
: I visited thu man with the on lhajournah. Sown
fine and coarse Comix, Brushes for the Head.Tcetk, lured directly under the eye of Mr Stillman, all nee river and for other *
WEEKLY DEVOTED TORcigor therein
A PERIODICAL each purposes
t
AndptovidedfurthtrrYi\
; I : \ ttrongeM? prejudice! Against him but at the Nails and Flexh. A superior article of Cold Crean, 11'lute. fear of is thereby precluded, and pern' enacted at the last session of the lIIellt
,. Science, Commercial and or causes. shall be notified tn the Judge so intended Ip.trk Legislate VIA!
f". '. Imo lime could Itt but feel an admiration (for lteratuF.Intelligence: in pots. For sale Uv LEWIS &AMES. to he removed,and he shal be lo a hearingin ( may rely upon getting an alicl well Slate of Florida; that they have recently .rnj1j
1. ', who had much with December-, 181. 20 made. Among the articles comprising their to the
nne pursuant
t accomplished 5 so Published in N. Orleans,under the Editorial care of his pwn defence, any vote for such removal company provisions of aict let
: : : little foundation to He the shall pas: and in such cases the vote shall be taken FALL AMD 1VL\TER STOCK under the name and style of the Florida Stats liter
possesses
SI, ,. ":: reputation of gl upn. without \:1 C. DUNCAN, A. M. BULL &PRATORIUS, In yeas and nays and entered on the Journals of each maybe found the.following: nat Improvement and Steam Navigation CampM.*

$ : .,. great having TT has long been the belief of the editor of the I the corner store under the Stntinrl Office add House respectively.Src. Elk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats. Black. The Company will soon complete I heir arrant ete"
victories. He has raued
armies with
won -L .Chronicle well the conviction of all 1 That the first of which due notice will be given ( porchssS
a as our the Phoenix Bnildinrs |2. Be further mattl. Judges Brown and Invis. Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,Sax or
,. out means, and fed them witbot money ; he south-western Baptists that the cause ot religion opposite appointed under t this am Constitut ion,shall b Gotha. Mixt Tweeds, and fancy col'd. Cassimer do Cotton and other products of the country,or II

!> 4 ,i.' has instilled into his countrymen an enthuse I I would receive mare efficient support from the publication row OPENING a choice and selected divided by lot into four classes. The first class Pellets and Blauket Overcoats, A.C.. Heavy Pilot liberal cash advances, upon all property shipnZr

kim and affection for him which man never of a denominational newspaper in New Orleans ARE of CLOTHS CASSIMERS, VEST- hold his or their office or offices for the term of two and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloak. of fine Blk when required. As icon as practicable a \ha j

than from almost, any other agency that can INGS and READY.l.\DFCLOTING. The great year. ,|'ht second for the term of four yeais,the third and Blue Cloths, Pantaloons ot Cas suitable packets will be established by the ComJ,
with few
:; accomplished bore so resources ; be employed. Many haY expressed: a desire. to !role care and behwtd th.sllelion these goods f.-.r the term of six sears, the fourth for the term ot simer Blk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid, Check St. Stripeddo. between Cedar Keys and New York and Nn Op

and the cause is a mighty mind. No locatt-d there and hare avowed their willingness warrant them in s in:to all who wish to purchase eight :ea rso' .; also,Tweed, Satinel t and .: VESTS leans for the conveyance of freight and passe&nn.
.. one who hjs ever traced his career and readI to contribute both by money and by )ersonl! exertions good bargains, )Oi3 mil do well to call and examine [Passed the Senate by the Constitutional majority. of Black and Fancy Satins Jeanido.&c. thereby securing to all its patrons, a safe and m

I masterly productions of his pen. who will t, its support ; but no person ha, hitheito, our stock. It woulJ be a great tax on time and pa. December 22. '-17. Passed the House of Representatives Velvets, Plaid[Cashmeres and Valencias Plid, Silk. ditious mode of transportation of their propert/tZ
: him but been found ready to undertake the responsibility and tience to enumerate the different styles and patterns by the Constitutional majority January 6, Mazurkas, tc. &c. either market as well as return cargo to its plies! af
judge will
impartially, acknowledgeLim lh.arduous labor ot publication. The time for itsestal.slinent composing this assortment : suffice it to si> that a IS4S.] They have also an extensive assortment of Cloths. destination. The rales of transportation will a aa
I. k to ) really)' a great man ; yet his faults has, at length arrived and the Jap-! I portion of these clot ha and cas!itnersare of Brit April 15, ISIS. 39 Cm Cassimers and Vesting unrmuf.cture.: consisting instance exceed those heretofore charged or aUowtd

0,: have been so many: his excesses so numerous list denomination, peially in the South-west is ain' Ilonstrd LiiMrr'and the clothing and in pa't of: Superior "rfnch Wool Dye for like services but a material reduction of tacH

.' and his outrages on the first principles of now called on lo sustain a paper whose grind object. every article of their stock is of a s'yle! and quality Notice. Cloths do. English do. do. do., English: Blue and rates is contemplated at an early period.as lOOt as
is, the promotion and Ihe maintenance of true religion tint please the most fastidious. claims the of Invisible Green Wool Dye do., Black Beaver anti t the increase of business shall warrant such redocJwn,
honor so glaring, that n<) living being can wi ALL persons!having against estate The facilities offered
in of the to parties of
4 Mississippi. would mention that these CLOTHS of pleasure and tthm
the.l.'y are H. Crowrll, late ot Wak-illa Castor do., French Black Cassimer?, do. Ribbed do.
.. I t .S judge of his actions without: condemnation. s: !, need be said to show the importance the finest texture, the be-.t English wool dye, Frenchwooldyeblack.do. dec'd.j ichart are requested to them duly Conty.authenticated do.. Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and to yi.ilthe Keys, at all seasons ol the year.OIII.1
A. .Discretion i. the better of valor sisy, the nb olutr necessity, in a religious .CassimerLond present the most healthy and desirable retreats for
5. part ; >in wool dye Mack within the time prescribed by law, or most fashionable styles; VESTINGS of Black and ionlufj
I. and I cannot regard Santa Anna and his ac. point of view. 01 hiving a d n"linationa paper do. Ca..., French and German black cloth*,do. Cas. will be bane' ; t those indebted to the eitate.areearnestly they Fancy Plaid Satins,do. do. Silk Silk and Woollen and others in the State and the beautiful and TOM

tions and consider him.a coward ; but he nev. published in this, the emporium soutli- French fancy Caraimers.VESTINGS requested to make immediate payment. Velvets Cashmeres and Valencia, Vesting of Rich tic scenery of the Suwannee will it i is supposed sbr
inducements
western country. benfits which of fine black Satin, fine many to avail themselves of
Satin so film
Ild..endenthofhe plaid HARRIET M.! CROWELL Executrix.NevrportApcil Velvet Plush, ic.Jtc.ALSO
: er had any confidence in is soldiers in theI woul! result to the nted of all the I Silk Woollen Caihmrre't t and ant an excursion. r
,
V.lvet. ] IS 19. 372m
I hour of battle ; and after the first t indication I moral aiJ religious: infuence" can be brought Cerro Gor to and Cl>( rubusco. Monterey Polkantl 1. AN ASSORTMENT OF This Company having as they believe,mad all
tu bear it, the accruing ] chtckd. Hats and Caps(Monterey)'Bro. and Bleach'd. Cotton lequisite arrangements for the
". of defeat tho c who remained steadfast had upon advantages READY MADE CLO HI ING.-Superior blk convenience and se.
: .9 .": confidence! in him. Were he I In I the Baj.lis'i causefromthe establishment French dress and frock coats, do. English wool d he Notice. Linen and Cotton Shirts, j Undershirt, commodation of the public they solicit its patm-
no placed at 3 denominational paper in a city where intelligence I do. do., French Ca>*imer Sack Coats Doe-skin do.. ALL persons, creditors and legatees entitle to Blk la1 Silk Cravats, .Silk:and Merino do. as".
I t'j the head of an army t bat would fighl-either of every kind is so readily ohi'fd. and from w hichit black and fancy cloth S.ck. mixed doe-skin opera or otherwise interested estate do Lambs Wool and Angola For further particulars to .

: American, English! or Fn'ucb-I believe no can: be disstrninatid: more easily than horn any ; coats black heavercloth sjck. and over-coats, black 01 Anderson Snocd late of Jefferson County, Rich Fancy Satin and Undershirts, SMITH fc Co.. Columbus Messrs. SMITH IHAB.

.. man would display: greater or butter general other city in the South, would L. inca1ulhle.-i Cloaks. J'antatuonsaf fnt black Cassimermedium rttaj.d. are hereby notife to exhibit their claims Plain do Scarfs, Brow Cotton and Cotton RIS Madison Messrs. PUTNAM & RICHARDS.

.. But t return to interview With the Missitiijjpi on ihe onp sid< Gul II do,, a great variety of fancy Ca!,irner pants of the land" within 1,0 years from this.date to the Jenny Lind Hhks. !de Drawers Cedar Keys or to the undersigned.
ehip. our ; per. of Mexico iii thc other New OrKani poos.! es latest st\e.! greats of very description. Military underpinned, or the same will be barred ; and all Blk. While and Cold Kid Gum Elastic Suspenders. JAMES TUCKER

haps a few words in reference to the converndtioa resttr facilities communicating with every lareecity I Trimmings, Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves Cravats, veil- persons indebted 10 said estate are requested to make Glot Merino and Cotton Halfi And others Proprietors.

between him and orr party)' would LI' in the United State. and for obtaining an early adjtiNtii Stocks, Suspenders. and almost eve Ibing immediate pavment In S Hose Columbus Florida January 22, .. nj

., '.' acceptable.: He became deeply' interested know ledge of every important movement which may I connected with a gentleman's r.ulf.t. WILL SNEED Adru'r. Patent Leather Soes. Umbrella Money Belts,

in the intelligence oflhe revolution in France, take place: \\ithiu its hauldalies.lhan. perhaps, any I B. .t. P are prepared lo execute all orders accord- Jefferson: County, 1819. 353m Shoulder Braces, &. &c.CLARK Jefferson Circuit Court.IN .
other cilv the Union. Situated in the tf
in centre in to the latest and most ,Iyl. & STILLMAN.
;
and expressed his opinion that it would bliake, the southwestern C'unhy. of which it i* the cum N. B. Bv the next ari\al.appro\'t expect. to receive U. S. MAIL LINE October 23. 18-IL 1 CHANCERY.

the foundation of Kurc *. For he I mrcil and which its William Adm'r. de limit
'p< a momei.t; metropolis, throughout periodicals TIlE mIAI1VEr.! Bailey nan of Jeba 841,

fi'll iito a deep rc\crie, and his countenance arc fred circulated it must impart more orI Oclbtr IS-- 13 W. &. rujoin-; ], lam,.deceased Complainant
I tees of its tone and character. How
I own 9t.
affumed a thoughtful and serious aspect,which it is. then that some salutary influence hoi necessary Id proceed i Hamilton Tax Sales. Attorney at Law, Tilman D. Purifoy Defendant.

gate me an opportunity sciutinizing him I from this great. city, tu cr.rrft. as f.1 as possible I Xonlieello, Jefferson County, Florida, TT appearing to the satisfaction of the CourtIf?
and without which it disseminates I virtue of Ihe vested in me by law, I I affidavit made in this
thoJughlj being observed. ,the evil ] BY power attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle cause, that Tilman D.Pa-
to think that another crisis was The UjpMsM. it is hoped are convinced of the ne'l expose for tale before the Court Hou-. From Tallahassee to Macon. WILL ,and of the County ol Columbia of the rifuy. the said defendant resides out of the Slats sf
foothold New ] door in the town of Jasper Hamilton County Florida Florida and in the Slate of
cessity obtaining a in ,
Georgia, motio
on sf
: at hand, anJ one that would! agitate the world! frm '' on the fist Monday in June, 1S4S,the in hourt from Tallahassee Eastern Circuit Forida. the solicitor
Through forty-two
i in order to oppeac a to the? ("'" of Roman. I' following to Monticello, 1846- i for complainant: JIll Ordered. TUl
for. years to come. He expressed his deep IJ.TI.,\\llic1's making rapid strides to supremacy in descnbcd property or !,(much thereof I will pay ..arl. and to Charle.t/in three days 2l. the said Tilman D. Purifoy do appear and answsr
Col. Wilson! iu cities. established I he State and Cunty Taxes due thereon,fur th to take the Mail Boat the bill of
obligation to warm terms for 1fl4il. ) sun western Once on a i .year on Notice.QIX complaint filed in this cause within fees
,' his attention and the kindness which he had sure ba!is here. moreover Ihe denomination can the 1317 to-wit : A'orth the fourth day. months from the date of the publication of this or*
ehown him I more easily supply the destitution of Texas which "he W 1.4 of the S E 1.4 of section 33; hc en. 'pirn Stage mil leave Tallahassee on Mondas'I'' months after date,I !hal present my final account der. or t the said bill of complaint will b* taken for
in facilitating his embarkation in the providence r>( G.d. has been lately thrown j tire section 3the-; W 1-2 of sction 3:; the E 1-3 of JL Wednesdasand Friday, at 4 o'cok. .. I..) and vouchers to lii n. Judge of Pro. confessed : Provided Thai a copy of this order be

:i and visiting him. He inquired who would \ ).and which invite u.,with cries and supplica- {| the S W 1.4 of section 25; all in township 2, range and arrive in Macon,(ria Quincy idle, New. bate in and for Leon County and apply for leter odismission published in some newspaper printed in the Middle

probably l our next President, and when'I ions, to her assistance.i : Come forward then brethren -]I 12, north and east; also the N W 1-4 of section 2, ton, Albany Americm, and Perry,) on Tuesdays. a administrator of the estate Joseph Circuit of Florida once a week for the space often

told that t Gen. Tailor! would probably he cho. and assist by your librility. in extending and '! and the :1-2 of section 3. and the N E 1-1 I of seci Tursdays. and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock. P. M., in Allen,deceased. months. (Signed)

.. 1< he strerigthenin t ; tile Redeemer's king. :|i! tion 4., township 1 t. range 12.north and east purporting cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on COUNCIL B. ALLE' THOMAS DOUGLAS JHdr..
sea, said i wouIle a reward ofnierit" darn. ; t to belong to the Eetatc. of Hector W. raden.ALSOTIieS Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at .o.cok. A Administrator with the wi December 18, 1841. 22 4m

-and stopped subject.! Whether he was II I' It is the intention of the editor to pay at.teritiun I I K: t-" of the S E 1.or- section 31, M.,and arriving in Tallahassee on Tllr February 2f( 18'. 3 6m

sincere in his remaU I cannot say. to the department of Science and Lteaturel township I I. I lange I 13, north and east, purporting to days, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M This line I Middle District of Florida

I He was anxious to obtain all the papers :j I j admitting in his paper no article of a or belong to the Estate of Benjamin: Claire: connects with the Central Rail RoadSavannah. Au.gusta Doctor John P. Duval, WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUNTY.

: which could I I literary chancer.I.ich does not tend to the cultivation JOSIAH T. RAISDEN Sheriff, Millt-dgeville and Western Rail Road lo Co. his professional services to the citizens
: ,r we furnish containing the par. improvement of the mental and moral I And ex-officio Tax Col. Hamilton Co. limbos., Ga. I also connects with the Mai Line OFFERS and surrounding country Office Daniel La dd, Plaintiff ? In AUacbnesL

ticulart oflhe French revolution and the news I faculties ; by which means it cannot fail to prove a March 11,1819. 34.-3m from Quincy Chittahoochie, and Apa. in Wm. Wilson's Building over I lay ward's BookStore Lockba'rt *m *L
,J,4: from the United States ; and when informed !I valuable medium of instruction to any family into lachicnla. Passengers ran go from Tallahassee to Tallahassee. Thomas Defendant. 5 J011

4. : .. that )lr. Clifford, our .Minister and Commit- J I I which it may be introduced. Leon Circuit Court.IN Columbus in three days and but one night will be February 26, 1543. 32 NOTICE is hereby given to the said Thorns
.. i| A table of New Orleans Prices Current, correct- spent 'on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. and all other person interested ia las
ftion r, Lad gone up to Mexico, he indicated !''| t'l weekly,.,will found in each number,from w hiih CHANCERY. The public may rest assured that every attention will DR. C. II. BUNTIXG, above cause, that the plaintiff Daniel Ladd,has instituted
that hit mission would be a hopeless one- the planter, and 0 any that ore interested in Ihe state Creditor Bill fur tettlement of Eitatc. be paid to the comfort those who may patronizethis this suit by attachment issued from the office
o
: though he did not say. so in fspresi.terms-and of the New Oilcans market, may obtain all the desired James I'. Broome and other, for themselves and Line. SURGEON DENTIST, of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit Ceart

did not give the least encouragement ofa I I. information.The other creditors of A. M. Gatin. Complainants I FARE: HAVING permanently located in Quincy Florida against the lands and teot"ment..ooc and chattels
peace. From Tallahassee to 50 to tenders his services to the of'the said Thomas Lockhart, who resides beyoad
I I price of subscription to the .Chronicle i tt.TurbuttR Quincy!$2 ; Cambridge, public
: ,. .. The day beCr he expressed the opinion that Sty per annum. in advance; $:,./), at the end of! Bellon.SjrahA. Betfonhis. Wife Executrix : $5; to Alhaay,$11,and to Macon 822. in the various branches of his profession. From his the limits of this State for a debt due to the said

even if it were possible to obtain a quorum of I six,months; $l/)) at the expiration of the year. of A. M. Gatlin, and other, Defendants.. WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprieror. experience and success in pracice. he feels assured Ladd on a promissory note, executed and delivers!

J .. .. the Mexican; Conress there were enough of ; Ry an order made by hi, Honor By JOHN M. of being able to please tboe may patronisehim.Dp and payable to W. H. Perry rr bearer dated the 8tk

them who opposed to peace, combined with NOTE.-This paper since its establishment in WHEREAS Von.LA Judge on the ht De rrj- Office at the Planter's Hotel Tallahassee-C.E. -..R.. .rfora./_.- th nilMt/* -tn- I of November. 1544.doe one div after id dat..ui
March has sustained character in all .IA'LEY.ent' at Maj.{ NA THANS.in Quincy. Col. W. T. STOOrKTON, Dr. J. M. W. DATIDIO which note was transferred -ir m'lb"-.aid-\.
those who would cot dare to vote (for lode. 47, its above c.mbcr. IS 17,in t the above entitled cause,the under ; : !
I' Dr. R. EL LiTTtr. Perry by delivery fur a valuable consideration to (lb.
,- i named departments not ,if indeed e'unltJ.I appointed other things, to lake July 17, lb-ti. 52 Gen. C. H. DOPONT,
a ; frat the project. by either in surpast other I si&ntdnl among Office opposite the E Church. Ladies waited said Ladd now amounting principal and interest Is
any paper any country an account of what j in due to Complainants for their 1.
He pressed our to stay and breakfast and therefore with cordial on at their residence usual. get her. to the sum of three hundred and twenty
met supoo.rt
party) shnuli a I claims, and to all oilier creditor of said A. M. Gat- DR. J. REESE'S a
with him-it was then o'clock, P. M.-say.ing I from its own denomination a well from all others lin, with interest thereon ; and it was ordered further September II, 1947.- S even dollars and fifty-three cents: Now the wt
defendant and all other interested iD lbs
that it was nearly ready, but the want 'f!I who desire to see diffused throughout the coun'ry "That the said Master do cause an advertise LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE persons
i a and scioititic M. D. PAP above suit are hereby required to enter his or theirapptuan'e
I religious knowledge. Thesoldoi. ment to be published in the Floridian,
a
: lime from newspaper ,
; the and
prevented us invita. plead to the declaration filed in tbs
accepting feeble constitutions and those of
ume will commence in March, MS, and I would re- published in Tallahassee and in such I TERSONS of seL
1 S. tion and-we arose to lake our leave. As we I .pec''fully advice those wishing to subscribe lo this other public weekly lie e. for dentary habits, are often troubled with habitual g @m mu 2 W I said suit on or before the first day of the next May

i_ 4 S" did so he requested us to be seated again valuable paper that NOW is the very best time they the creditors newspapers of the|aid a shalihink. propr.( costiventss, which often exerts a very unfavorable : WILL Practice in all the Courts in the 'ihddle I Circuit Court to be held in the said County of WaLulla >
could Gatin influence their general health,which is particularly Office on the first floor of the Cap- i ,or otherwise judgment will be ricndeied spinal
for a moment, and pulling the latch string of 1 selet. iu before him,and prove I heir debts before t the upon
; him or them by default.
I W. MrKINNEY RUSSELL. manifested by if not total loss of itol.South wing. room formerly occupied by theSecretary
4 first day of May next ; and that such of the creditorswhoshall irrrglrity.
entered
side be his
t a door ando DANIEL LADD.
private room In this this of the
Duly apfinte Agent. Tallahassee, Fl. not come in and by the time appetite. system article Territory.
/ led forth Senora Santa Anna, whom he pre. I February yO. 32 3t aforesaid, shall be pro\'ethtirdehl of Ibis de. i is confidently recommended with the assurance. November 15, 1845. 1 February 10. 1848. 31

; .. tented to the company. I cannot describe cree; and that such ndudt person, not parties to the bill, that, if the dose is properly adjusted so a not to Watches Clocks and
JOHN EflSIUNE.ATTORNEY Jewelry
: her with any degree justice. She is rath. In Jefferson Circuit Court. who shall come il before the laid Master lo prove move the b\\el too :actively relief ma- be relied. ,
their debts, do. before they admitted directors, upon any or even the least unpleasant consequences AT LAW REPAIRED.
: are
., er small but by far the most beautiful and inter. SPRING TERM 1819.
Charles Powell ) contribute to the complainants their of resulting from the ute of common purga. Qnlncy, Florida. & MYERS,having secured the sertirw
: .. esling.woman I have ererseen in Mexico. L ( Petition| | ,o Foreclose 1 Mort. I the expenses of this suit, tu be settled proportion by sid tive medicinej usually resorted to. attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden /pOWLE experienced workman ho will attend

.. Her form is perfect, hercountenance open and I Arthur.Burney. $ gage of Personal Property. Master. And it was also ordered,that.an account Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on thepreventive WILL the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, the repairing of Watches and Clocks exclusivsiv.

irh'U tnt. and in a word, the is just such a ''TMIE defendant and persons interested, are be taken of all securities or collaterals held by the properties!of this medicine by using it o and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. are prepared to do all work in. their line of busiotss

I 9 a novelist uould select for his her. JL hereby notified of al filing of the Petition for creditors reapu"lively, and a report be nude of the the firt int'maioI.of! an pproachingafack. There November22l845. 19 tf veil and promptly.
person a name, and of the value of each.I And it was also ire some constitutions lahle regular of November 6, 1841. 18
j Foreclosure of in this and ,- Sentinel
vine. 1 hare heard Mexicans that Mortgage cause they are copy.
.- many say ordered that .all parties be examined interrogatories BiUioiu Fever almost every ; to such the me of

I Santa Anna does not possess her heart, but they required haveaccording to appct and to law.plead to The the mortgage same, if is any on plea. I and produce may all books and papers upon in this medicine is recommended, beginning to use itby LEWIS & AMES, CITY HOTEL ,
personal
her devotion to him and her their custody or oath t Ihe middle of Mayo first of June.
long participation [property, and was made to secure the payment I Ioi power relating theretoupon
before the said the said Master shall die Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience DEALERS IN
: in his hardships and dangers hat proved liftcrn hundred dollars and interest. M.ter. as ,
a sense of fullness, and .
rect. weight oppressionabout
MEDICINES, PAINTS OILS
DRUGS
THOS. JEFF. HEIR
otherwise the world. She it ,
to now about Now therefore all creditors the stomach alter eating find this mdi- .
claiming to be wi
S twenty yeart of age. but does oot appear more March II, ISIS. licitor:34 for 2m Petitioner. of said A. M. Gatlin persons are hereby in pursuance of cine afford almost immediate Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &r., Window Gus,

than teven'een. Santa Anna is accompanied said order, notified to produce their claims, and the Ladle near their confinement often suffer from FAIXTXHS' BRUSHES AND COLRI.Apotecaries' TA.LLAHASSEEJ FLORIDA.
: : vouchers in and all collateral and heartburn and costiveness: to such Ibis article is
support th.reof. Glass \
hit brother-in-law his Ware dec
by
a daughter
by Received has been confided the
undersigned
asS'
securities lighlyrecommended! it can be used without the
JUt (herder before me, al office in Tallahassee a TOthe
firii wife about fourteen old who is the my constantly on hand,and for sale at the of this
S years LEWIS Drug Store, a fresh supply within the time limited in said order and least danger,and with great benefit. In sick or nervous THE ab.. Hotel.HAMILTON
.t rery)' r. erse of her stepmother ia beauty an AT New and Valuable Medicines-among winch otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, headache it is invaluable.This prce. HUDSON.
the that article will found to act a cordial LEWIS'AME.Talahase. January 8. .343. 25
every otberrespect. are following': they may be admitted parties to the said suit. b a plesant November 20,
Capt. and other American office DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE Dated this third day of December,A. D. 1847. and tonic, restoring the appetite, and at the 187. N oUce.ALL .
Tgbmn. SIMON TOWLE Special Master. same time fulfilling every intention that the common Notice .

rt appeared to be great for, and will cure.BTERS., Liver Com December 4, IS 17. 20( tf lureatives, are intended to effect. It purely veeetat ,. hereby to all interested, that six persons indebted to the estate of Louis Joiaer,

-.::: :. favorites with the family. Hit body guard plinr.Dgne ., Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred >lef and, when used according to the dirediO.wi IS months alter given date,! shall persons present my final account of Hamilton County,deceased are requested

a v a entirely composed of Capt. T.'t company rCuting; from a disordered stomach or impure John P. Duval, be found an invaluable article,especially to those and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate in and to make immediate payment ; and those havuf
S and hit old with Dyspepsia Derangement of the demands are requested lo present them ia terms I
about
J..er. for
guard \'lr strolling town ( ATTORNEY AT LAW. General for the County Jeflerscn.and apply a dischargeas he authenticated.
or Debility. t law duly
4 while an American sentinel stood before his DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, WILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida, Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin Pike county the Administrator of the estate of Anna Brooks ELIZABETH JOINER. Adm'x.

: door. The afet. most effectual, and pleasant preparationbefore Court Appeal., and the United States Georgia, and for sale by appointment at late of said County deealed.JAME R. February 19.1843. 31 2m

After spending half a hour longer in con. the public, fur the eradication of WOSMS, in District Court at Talahasle.Ofe I i BARNARD Jr's., ROOKS
E
IS
Jefferson
4 venation- with Senora Santa Anna, our Children or Adul,.. in Win. Wilou'l Buildings,over Hay ward's Drug Store Tallahassee, County Ot. 157. Furniture, Carpets, &c.for Sale.
par.
IUL4'COUGH LOZENGES. Tallaha*,(e. DANIEL LADD. Newort PAIR of handsome Parlor Coaches,
Mahogany
returned board the steamer after Deaf and Dumb Asylum
on 1
-- ly epr. Will Cf.umption. and CURl 1 cases of February 26, IS I la. 32 Monticelo. 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case, with draw**'
iencing great difficulty in getting Colds Asthma,Spitting ol Bo. Pains the Side OF KENTUCKY and desk, 2 handsome Carpets, 1 Double Wheel f+

t .,' ., shore in consequence of the strong ser(. Wepartook Shortness o breath, and Pulmonary Com HARDY BRYAN flHE subscriber,as tne resident agent of the said tent Corn-Sbeller, the most approved article iaasa.

a good dinner on provided plaints. Notce. Agent for Thomas county Georgia. .U- Institution offers for sale,in tracts, and upon Apply to J R. FORTUNE.Feb. .
o br -ALSO- months after undersigned will pre May 22,1S47. 44 about Four Thousand Acres
SIX terms to suit purchasers, 3, is 13. 29 At the Tin Manufactory
and 5 M.
.a at
p' by: Capt. Biker, were DR. HULL' FEVER AND AGUE PILLS. his accounts and voucher to the Honorable! ol LAND situated in the county r f Jackson in the -

"'. again anchored under the walls of San Juan Well known .a Safe Certain, and Effectual Cure Judge of Probate of Lon County and apply for letters Notce. State ol Florida. Also the Rigl to Locate, to a Tax Collector's Bale.

de Ulna, and soon landed on the mole again, for Fever and Ague Chills an.1| Fever, Intermittentand of di.mi..ion a Idmini'lr.tor of the estate of Imonths after present accounts limited extent. law.I

highly delighted with our excimion. all other Fevers. Prt reduced 10 Seventy-five Henry J. G.kinf.lle of said MANNING County dec.aie.. SIX an vouchers to the .hal Judge of my Probates ofJetfernpn The above land were selected at an early, date by B virtue shall expose of authority for sale, before Tested the in Court me by Be***
: and believed to be
Cent Bar. WELEY an experienced judge are amongst
: per county and apply for letters of dismissionas
door, in the city of Tallahassee, the first UoM'7
S. S. SIBLEY on
\ Medicines fiesh and Agent. the
in
The above genuineare for the finest county.
Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg.
THE COOLEST IMPUDENCE. February 19, 1819. 31 tIm in August next, the following described property M -
sale by LEWIS C.. DUPONT,
Jefferson
''. &AME. ate of deceased.lIENS I. Sal*
county much thereof will be sufficient the
so as to pay
.
D.A. of K?.
.r'.: We have heretofore related several nee. Talaba Mineral ? GREENBERG. Adm'r.October .Agent 4 and County taxes due thereon for the year 1847
of Spring. June 47 ,
For other in. Quincy, 'y
(rtifatt' rKommencation. Newr 1C, 1S47. 13 6m IS4.
who Section l.NaidEp
White wider ,
dotes George once ba a conctr ing the ,see future LOTS 15.Township Range
FOR SALE.
foration
t I
.bu Meicnt.
'- '. notori ty M a thief than any ohtf man, aud adyertifmenls. and pamphlets! may be ob. btin (gIly Notice. Martin, Smith &Thorn, >orting to belong to W.G.. Gould.A. A. FISHER. ShenfT
underigne.
-' '- who was aa inmate of almost every jail and tamed of the Agents. .THE titles,,empowere Cammiuion and Forwarding Merchants, and Tax Collector Leoo Ce.
: March 19, 134H. 35Cab1xet warnlee ba DfX' months after date lh undersigned, adminis- ex efficio
prison in this commonwealth. Another one around the above Springslaid O tratrix of the estate of F.Lipscomb,deceased, No. 62, Poydras Stret.NEWORLEANS. January 29, 1848. 28

:4 ha recently come to our ears, from (he most J off in good size dwelling lots of upwards of an will present her account and vouchers to the Hon. LA.

anihenticsourceanddeservei A record. Making, &c., acre each which he now offers fo sale low. Plans Judge 4 iff Probate of Wakulla County and ask to be G. W. HUTCHINS,
b undersigned have ... of the same, with terms, &c.. an be seen at Dr. E as administratrix of said estate. ir. u. MAxrm-o. w. SMITH-THOS. i_ TBORH.Rfferi .
for stealing be. CO.PARTNERUp.-Te diaharge
Whit was once arraigned .
elf. Barnard'sTallahassee. First come has first .
,and from this date E.; Adm'x.Febrlr to AUCTIONEER ,
'? fore a court over which Judge Sgwick (from the two shops will be united, and the business con. DANIEL. LADD. 20, 1848. f LPSOMB.:2 6m J. W.Argtle A. S. S. Sibley,Tallahassee.r. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.Q .

fr who lip* the story comes,) presided. JamesSullivan ducted by LYNCH St.. VINGfJUOE. They are Newport, February 19, 1813% 31 I 1. L. Sma Iwt.Bttwik.. Emon., Quincy. ALES in attended te,aid
of the
/ .r who 'an Attorney! General, ar.gued prepared to do al their line, I Attachment. February & O respectfully any part solicited. county
with fidelity and on reasonable Notice.
S the for the government. Ia the dtpatch. terms Juttleei Court for tht Dittriet Leon 4
rnzetNcut
?; c for cash acceptances u workmen in I of county. *
2
of his speech, one the jury luningrr.r o apJrov any months after date, the Administrator of the H. BonD, Esq.. I IaxTB TL4S.
SIX Notce.ALL
4 e court o the continued. patronage: the pub. Daniel B. Fi.be.Agent for William E. Fisher,
o of R. Humphries deceased late of Leon entitled to J. W. ABGTLK. I D. C. WiLaO%, .
.
;.e retted his elbow on bit knee, and lie is most respect lull v solicited. i ClTorris persons, cr"itor. legatees Esq..
1:. J. LYNCH, County, wil present account and vouchers Welborn."PHE otberwis interested ia the estate January 23, 184S. 37
with bit hand. White
eyes rose lo the Judge of Probate of said '
"5; cOTred h. GERARD County* ana defendant and all others are hereby notified ol' of James M. Sloai. late of Jeflerwn County deceased -

up in the, and addresting the speaker, said: Tauanatsee, N., 6, 184.VNGFJUIOES. pry for a discharge from said administration. JL th> commencement of this suit returnable to a are beef ntift to exhibit their claims Thomas Je& Heir
.mbr November 1847.
i'i4'! .You may M well stop, Mr. Sullivan ; you 27, 19 em Justice Court to be held at Tallahassee e the 12th and demands years from this date to the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ATtw
of the to sleep." !I Coffee. and and Osha same will be barred: and all k
L" hue talked one jury day ol June next to appear plead to the undesigne.

.. Sullivan, who was quick and pastionate, flA BAGS OLD JAVA COFEE DR. I. 8. BOND I rameMarch. Given under my band and seal. Ibis 31st reuo.a inbre to.mid estate arc nu.te to make WILL practice of th ia-th.Midd*Clrowt Citcrfpren :; I
..U5Odo.Rio : professional services to the citizens A. D. 1848.
j the bar exclaiming with much v*. OFFERS Immate ftate Pirtact'allah
: turned to 2 do. Lagvfra( do. and the surrouadingeeuntry EDWARD M. WEST. (L.r&i] JAMES R. TUCKER SeriJ C ort tad United *

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