The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 20, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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for* A J\the AnA and the beautiful sleep I IHE FLOEIDIAN I ion whi characterized the great poet of Al- J :
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ba tkP.,r clear drops of the nan, spraysCUtt there U a power unseen. WJicJ of D can

1 *lib gems in th. bright moon's raysIfttfVtbe ; .. :ell what 0 where, and any oa may
ton's warm smile may never dispelmalt . 1'J Napolvoa it
Utn fief the form wo loved Ie well- : b d.1U

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When tbe ekr.aDd tM eartb were softly fair. ___ persoaal rule the higher' we are ; I
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bn tbere -
BOr1 bw thba'1 e J &t- when U' TTHbSILVERCUP.d MEN GLOOMY the number we can sway the more fiercelythe
shortly arrive from Aberdeen, that' quested 1 his patients never to tell him RELIGION MAKES

1 jrkere wild dull flowers the dead!* bloom aad the in the beautiful valley deep leP; that precise time, as nearly as they could com. happened." In such cases a strong wish of BY X. G. ILEEFEB. Who told) you so ? My own heart."- spirit is that struggles of in its might, the nvre ter. : '
t i When tbe sweet robe of spring may softly rest pare circumstances, he had died quite suddenlyat the person seen to be at the spot at the mo. The palace of the Duke de Montre was Yeur own heart I But have you not read. rife sense superincumbent slavishne y

1 1 la parity.over the sleepers breast; his own place of residence. I hare heard ment seems to have a great concern in the decorated for a banquet. A thousand wax: "The heart is deceitful above all things, and >. Beginning his march in military slate, + '

t,I: Wb r.is hard th voice of tbe sinless dove, this story from connexions of the family, and phenomenon ; but there are many cases in lights burned in its stately room.makingthem desperately wicked 7" And will you believe a million ounce at bit command, arms,"om % |
lore I *
absent truant ; arts, artisans-all that civil and
I Bemoaning Where no column her proud in tile sun may glow, also from an eminent professor of Glasgow, which no such wish was felt. "A Berlin bright as mid day. Along the walls glowedthe that heart I My light beaded and trifling ii could combine foresee and military gen J -

. T. mock tbe heart that it waiting below; who told me that be bad once asked Dr. K- professor, walking home one evening, taw a priceless tapestry of tie Gobelins, and be. companions." Your companions T But what s execute, was .
his he had his
: When the pure hearts are sleeping, forever blest; whether he believed in these appearances.'I .- duplicate of himself passing in the same direction neath the foot lay the fibrics of Persia.- do they know about it 7 they never tasted of ; crossed Europe with min .J j. .:

I I Wber wandering Peri love to rest; cannot choose but believe,' returned Dr. on the other side of the street. Arriving Rare vases, filled with flowers, stood on the its joys or sorrows, and are in utter ignorance world to whom bis nod was law ; h lay 2'

. Wber. the sky Bury and her the there earth-are bury softly her fair there, K-; and then he: accounted for his conviction at home by a short cut, he saw it at the marble stands, and their breath went up like of botb. Would you ask a blind man his down erless to sleep omnipotent-he woke a p" : m

by narrating the above particulars." door. It rang ; tbe maid opened ; it entered ; incense before the life-liks pictures shrined opinion of colors, or a deaf man his opinion or all that puppet, a helpless' slave bimel ant '

From the Dollar"nctpaper.. "I have met with' three instances," says she handed it a candle ; and as the professor in their golden frames abrve. In the great sounds, and form your judgment by their decisions mighty multitude in :i ;)

THE DOOMED. Mrs. Crowe, "of persons who are so much stood in amazement on the other side of the hall stood immense tables, covered with deli. 7 Go you to other sources for information no break. An unseen, unheard, inexorable \ t'

IT ISABEL ATHKIWOOD. the subjects of this phenomenon, that they see street, he saw the light passing:' the windows, cacies from all lands aid climes. Upon the ere you pronounce religion gloomy.Go force ba in the silent night bound up that host, ;

I bare limbed my heart while I pillowed thee there, the wraith of most persons that die belonging as it wound its way up to his own chamber.He sideboard glittered the rich plate, and the I ask, ask those who have fel its power to his \i was law-his will I where j l [,

And shook the death-dew from thy golden hair; to them, and frequently of those who are then went in, and proceeded to his own rich glass of Murano. Music, now low" and who know all the joys of sin many of the was i 7 Hd may command, b who can 0 *I

But And its trained music still my wild beats ear: "to we thy must fluttering part-we heart must merely acquaintance They see the personas room, where, as he was about to enter, the soft, now bold and high, floated through the joys of religion, an ask! them if such has been tier bey than H. has found there is something ed f,b. 5 ,

part !" if be were alire { and unless they know ceiling fell with a loud crash." Here the opened casement, and was answered at intervals its influence. to Solomon, tbe wise king His him. :

I have beard thy voice so low and so meek, him positively to be elsewhere, they have no case seems like an intervention. by tones of magic sweetness. of Israel ; ask him, Does religion make men MT7e rouge should have warned :;

I hare gazed on the hues of thy changing cheek, suspicion but that it is himself in the flesh, All was I ready, The noble and gifted gloomy ?" He had drunk of every cup of! him, aid ---; I wonder what truth i ,

I hare looked in the depths of thy violet eye- that is beforo them, till the sudden disappear. DEATH SCENES OF REMARKABLE PERSONS. poured into fhe gorgeous saloons. Silks ruse earthly joy that wealth or influence could there is in his belief in a gunius.
thee home to the sky 'Il "
The angels are calling ance of the figure brings the conTiction.We ."- Mary, Scotland's frail beauty, met the tied, plumes waved, and jewelled embroideries command. "I pthtr me," he says .all no only possible, b probable, r
Last aight. while we sate where the twilight crept happen to know that one of these persons gloomy king" with a degree of resolutionnot flashed, .from, Genoa velvets. Courtly con- silver and gold, peculiar t,earares or! .ai that bred Bonaparte is a superstitious man.

AH laden through with perfume and with starry dew, is an eminent man of science in Scotland.So .- to be expected from her misfortunes, so gratulaliom fell from every lip, for the Dukede kings and of the provinces : I gat me men "a up at a when there was no :

And the moonbeams smiled up through the lashes of familiar are his family with the circumstance numerous were they-deserted by every friend Montre had made a step in the path to singers and women singers, and the delightsof all religion taught of : he felt a Lord Byron says -

, gold that one of them has been known to except her little dog. Sir T. Moore remarkedto power. tf ik sparkled the laugh went round, the sons of men. I was great ; and what. men high aspirations must feel, that ) ,

That An angel sleep flew on in thy,and cheek kissing like thy star-gems brow,of old, express apprehensions as to the early death ofa the executioner by whose hands he was to and his guess! pledged him in wine that a hun soever mine eyes desired, I kept not from there great are a bounds they are there is a greater, that r''

He murmured some words so sweet and so low, dist-nt friend, "because has seen perish, that the scaffold was extremely weak, dred years lad mellowed. Proudly the Duke them,I withheld my heart not from joy.- cannot he appointed called to them that they :

Of a far-otf land v buM golden light him." "I pray you see me up safe," said he ; and replied ; but! his brow darkened,and his cheek Eccl. ii. 8-10. But was he happy in cone had done pass such; it fate, and his fate t .

Needs never a star,for "there is no night," One curious circumstance: in many such for my coming down let me shift for myself." paled with passion, for his son sat motionless sequence 1 Behold, all was vanity and vex. that wondrous things for his ha felt,

And kissing the dew from thy violet eye narratives, is the irrevatireness of many of f Chaucer breathed his last while composing before his us acted ation of spirit," ver. 11. But when he turnedto so much \\'a the effect of crmstance t ':
Sang: Sister, come to thy home in the skj! cup. over which be had no control it a
Fr n1.[.rd, Pa.From. them to a useful or dignified object. Some a ballad. His last production is called, "A Wherefo is this T' he :angrily demanded. religion, and her sweet influence came upon Me that he should was impoati :: .

few years ago, a Mrs. H-, residing in ballad made by Geoffrey Chaucer, on his death 4 When did ''my first born learn to insult his his mind he exclaimed, Her ways are \nJl dread of ibis fate not have a superstitious i
Limerick' had a servant whom she much esteemed in of which had done 1 much, :
bed father and all her
lying great pain. 1'The pleasantness, paths are peace,
itJ D O !L.LAM! otW undoing it all It i i. that
railed Nelly Hanlon. Nelly was avery this again. very likely
wish ProTo
I could tragic scene was over, graceful stripling sprang from his seat, iii. 1.Relgion he does believe I'
-- in that p
I. steady person, who seldom asked for a said Quin, the actor ; "but I hope to go and knelt meekly before his parent. His makes men gloomy 7 Did it such banshee, or some '

Chambert' Journal. holiday, and consequently Mrs. H- was through it with becoming dignity." Petrarch sunny curls bent back from his upturned face, and Silas gloomy a they sang nonsnse. .

THE NIGHT SIDE OF NATURE. the less disposed to refuse her when she re. was found dead in his library, leaning over" a and his youthful contenance was radiant with praise in the dungeon 1 Did it make the tnt Sailors are always sneeringly called su.perstitious i :

We are told in this strange work, of persons quested a day's leave of absence, for the pure book. Rousseau, when dying, ordered his brave and generous spirit. martyr, Stephen, gloomy, as he breathed ," said Lord Byron, but why ; :

who had the power of entrancing them. pose of attending a fair that was to take placeI attendants to remove him, and place him be. Father,' said he, 41 last night learned a I his soul in peace and as they looked upon his sneer at it ? It is only the inevitable homage :

selves, in which state their spirits were freeto I I a few miles oft Tbe petition was therefore fore the window, that he might look upon his lesson that sunk into my heart. Let me repeat countenance it seemed like the face of an. of their situation to that which they feel and .r I"

roam abroad to any determinate place, and I favorably heard ; but when Mr. II- came garden, and gladden his eyes with the tight of it, and then, at thy command I will drain angel 7 understand not. I am a sailor myself and I .1

for determinate purpose One of the most home, and was informed of Nelly's proposed nature. How ardent an admirer he was of the cup. I law a laborer stand at the door But go higher for your answer. Let heav. know whit: the commander of a Ihip the 1

remarkable cases of this kind, is that recordedby excursion, he said she could not be spared, as nature as poetically told in Zimmerman's of a gay shop. He held in his hand the ear. ne and bell be appealed to. Which is the nearest to life ofauohtcreatedbJ Js :

Jung Stilling, of a man who, about the he had invited some (people to dinner for that cJoIidude. nings ofa wpek ; and his wife with a sickly happiest place in the uni"f'utis not heaven 7 I know what he feels as be proudly' steps the ;i t

year 1740, resided in the neighborhood of day, and he had nobody he could trust with Pope tells us he found Sir JeofTry Kneller babe and two famishing ones, clung to bis Which is the most miserable place in the uni. deck, and makes that whole to move and turn .

Philadelphia, in the United States. His hab. the keys of the cellar except Nelly ; adding, (when he visited him a few years prior to his garments, and besought him not to enter.- verse-is it not hell / Which is the. most and stay and go as he ordains that intricate ; f

itt were retired, and he spoke little : be was that it was not likely his business would allow end) sitting up and forming plans for his own He tore away himself fr! his thirst was! strong, rellioua1 Heaven is the most religions ; it confusion of ropes and pulleys and murmuring

grate benerolent, and pious ; and nothing him to get home time enough to bring up the monument. His vanity was conspicuous even and but for the' care of a stranger, his family religion there. Which is the mot irreligious mass of brutal men, become instinct with motion ''t. ,f '

was known against his character, except that wine himself. in death Warren has remarked that Ches would have perished. is the most irreligious ; thereis life, and sense at his nod ; he treads that .

te had the reputation of possessing some se. Unwilling, however, after giving her cone terfield's good breeding only left him with 4 We went on, and father, a citizen of noble no religion there. Lt the joys heaven, deck the proudest despot in the universe : 'a. ;

crate that were not altogether lawful. Many sent, to disappoint the girl, Mrs. II- said death Give Drysdale chair," said he to air and majestic form, descended the wide and the agonies of then, give the an. little cloud not bigger than a man's band' sP. VBVRO.VS
extraordinary stories were told of him, and that she would herself undertake the cellar I pears in the far-off horizon, the water ;
his valet, when that person was announced. I steps of his fine mansion. His wife put back swer. No religion never makes man surge
among the rest the following : The wife of department on the day in question ; so, when when to the place where but the it has -the sails howl the precursor
Bayle, dying,pointed the curtain, 'and watched him eagerly and gloomy; on contrary, guided dna i
ship captain, whose husband was on a toy. the wishrd-for morning arrived, Nelly depart his proof sheet was deposited. Clarendon'spen wishfully as Lo rode away. She was very the path of many a tried and afflicted soul gale-a storm and man 1 what are

age to Europe and Africa and: from whom she ed in great spirits, having faithfully promisedto dropped from his hand when he was seized lovely, fairer than any lady of tbe court, but through life, and proved the sweetest solace his works ? Stark and stiffen yonder rock be

had been long without tidings, overwhelmedwith return that night: if possible, or at the latest, with a palsy which put an end to his existence. the shadow of a sad heart was fast falling on in the hour of death. And the more 1 feel its l>s-that gallant ruler.chier-that thing of ;. _

anxiety for his safety, was induced to address the following morning. Bede died while in the act of dictating.Roscomrnon .- her beauty. We saw her gaze around upon influence, and live beneath its power, the life he ruled, where is it 7 Here a'timber, ;;t

herself to this person. Hating listenedto .' The day parsed as usual, and nothing was when expiring, quoted from his the desolate splendor of her saloon, and then nearer I shall come to the joys of heaven, there a sail, all scatters I to the waves and f

her story, he begged her to excuse him for thought about Nelly till the time arrived for own translation of Dies Ira. Hailer: feeling clasp her hands in the wild: agony of despair. and the light and love and bliss that reign winclI.' And can you call it superstition in '

awhile, when he would bring her the intelligence fetching up the wine, when !Mrs. II- pro. his pulse, said, "The artery ceases to beat," When we returned, her husband lay helpless :around God's throne. men to fear offending this dread force ",

she required. He then passed into an I. ceeded to the cellar stairs with the key, fol. and immediately died. When the priest, on a couch, and she sat weeping beside that makes them in their strength 1 weak r' -j

inner room, and she sat herself down to wait ; ,I lowed by a servant carrying a bottle.basket. whom Alfiera had been prevailed on to see, him. PRINTERS PROVERBS. Poets are prh.iedged" said _, and .,

but his absence continuing longer than she I I She had, however, scarcely begun to descend, came, be requested him to call tomorrow ; Once more we paused. A carriage stopped Printers have their proverbs as well as men may turn what fine sentence ;

expected, she became impatient thinking he :, when she uttered a loud scream, and dropped "Dea'h, I trust will tarry four and twenty I before a palace. It was rich with bur. of other occupation. It would well for but all that does not make the superstition aLit ;

had forgotten her; and so, softly approaching down in a state of insensibility. She was boors." Nelson'lIlut words were, Tell Col. t nished gold and the armorial bearings of a them to ba stuck in prominent L places more rational or less injurious.
the door, she peeped through some aperture, I carried up stairs and laid on the bed, whilst, to the fleet to anchor.- 1 "Is there "
lingswood to bring Duke were visible' in t the moonlight beams. that all could them ; and it would be still any one, said who f+
and to her surprise, beheld him lying on a sofa, the of the other servants the rea Kinnair"
amazement girl
Religious Herald. We wafted,for iu owner to alight, but he did better, were precepts they contain to be if they were farced to speak hone.I", wol Z_;
if be
-motkmlen ae were dead. She of who had accompanied her said that they bad '
not move, 'and he gave no orders. Soon the reduced to general practice. The followinglist not confess he had his own superstition "I ,
course did not think it advisable to disturb him, seen Nelly Hanlon' ,dripping with water, Itand.I Cure Broken .
A Wonderful of a Leg.Asailor servants of them for which indebted in 14 Oh "
came crowding out. Sorrowfully we are said
part -, Scotch have
but waited his return, when he told her that at the bottom of the stairs. Mr. H- you a '
ing advised
I who had broken his to
leg was lifted him in their and I that Exeter News-Letter be
they to tho out second
arms, saw may not right to sight, and and .til
husband had not been able to write her ghosts,
her to being sent for, on coming; home at the moment, communicate his case to the Royal Society. .
some of the jewels, were torn from his mantle, of season : that. .<\
for such and such reason, but that he was this to him, he
story was repeated whereupon The account be gave was that having fallen and his plumed was crushed and soiled, 1. Go thbu not into the office of tbe editor
then in a coffeehouse in London, and would the woman for her Jolly and cap 441 suppose it is, at lest I am proud Irt .
reproved ; proper from the of the mast, fractured his leg, he
top as if by the of mantle footsteps. unless thou bait business with him for his duties .
pressure ; it such
shortly be home again. Accordingly he restoratives being applied, Mrs. H- at h:1i: a said Lord Byron "I .; ,
very had dressed it with nothing but tar and oakum, bore him into the and all won. that he should be suppose
palace, not
armed ; and u the lady learnt from him that length began to revive. As she opened here"es.llle and in three days was able to walk as wellas i They require disturbed a proofof my Scotch blond that I believe v.
yet dered it this dutchess like the beautiful without t
the causes of his unusual silence bad been precisely I I heaved a deep sigh, saying, 0 Nelly before the accident. The story at first appeared wife of the citizen. wept 2. And a cus.when business rails thee thither, be I maf'-He paused and looked around at u; %
those all edged by the man, she felt extrtmely lianlon! !' and as soon as she was sufficiently incredible such efficacious' his countenance ws at this instance more *
quite as no As I looked all this tutor told careful take little of his time
me to
on my up as as that I t '
desirous of the truth of what the think I it before
ascertaining recovered to speak, she corroborated pi. ever saw
known in and still lens in
qualities were that it the work of the red wine, which ble else thou his
the rest of the information ; and in this she girl had said-she had seen :Nelly at the foot oakum sailor to be creditedon was ; maycst spoil or after ; it had from the serious and high 3
; nor was a poor and its victim in bis his
laughs matter to
wu gratified ; for he no sooner set his eyes on of the cellar stairs, dripping as if she had just his own bare assertion of a wonderful cure. demon leaps gaily up I shuddered over father and prevent readers. giving interesting tone of our conversation an exalted expression !

the magician# than he said that he had seen come out of the water. Mr. Hused his demanded fuller merriment. totally opposite to that insolent sneer which u. .ytt 3-.
society very reasonably a resolved to taste it, lest I too should 3. thou not into the contents of his
never again Pry core
him before,on a certain day, in a coffee house utmost efforts to persuade his wife out of what relation and the corroboration of evidence. sually belonged to it, and there was, a be 5 J
fall. But your word is law to me. Shall 1 for thou thus learn what
in London; and that he had told him his wife ; he looked upon to be an illusion ; but in vain. : doubted whether tbe leg had been really; respondence, mayest looked around, a sort of a youthful confidenco a
Many drain rot be thee and what is
the ;? to meet 1
wu extremely uneasy about him ; and that: I' Nelly,' said he, will come home by and by, broken. The of the had: been cup, may pleasing and candor that was for the moment real. .tam
part story The duke l looked wonderingly his firstborn for thee to know shall be unto thee in ta
he, the captain, had thereon mentioned how and laugh at you ;" whilst she,on the contrary, amply verified. Still it was difficult to be. his hand upon due given speaking to men of honor and in strict ra
and then gravely,
he had been prevented writing ; adding, that felt sure that Nelly was dead. lievc that tho man had made application of placing ; yet season. confidence. When I was about fifteen, I tf '
head answered 4. Disturb thou much less
be was on the eve of embarking for America.He "The night came, and the morning came, i but and oakum and how fondly upon his : not his papers, dreamed that I was walking in a and g '
nothing tar ; they 4 No, my son, touch it not. It is poison, do thou carry any of them away with thee; for the dried leaves crushed wo '
lost of the
had then
sight stranger amongstthe but there Nelly. When two or threedas my
: no ;
and knew about him was should cure a broken leg in three days, even as thy tutor told the. It fires the brain, dark.I know thou that such conduct is to him a great denly they whirled me" .u.
throng, nothing more had made and it as in a Torlex
passed, inquiries weie ; if they could cure it at all ; was a matter of the intellect the soul. Put it away vexation. up bror r
"I hare no authority for this story," says t was ascertained that she had been seen at (the the wonder. Several letters ens destroys and as they di saw a space laid >i
Mrs. Crowe but that of and utmost passed from thee, and fo thou shall grow up 5. Never inquire thou of him for the news ; bare, and on it
Jung' Stilling ; fair, and had started to return home in the lay a ghastly spectacle-a
and tbe who '
between the society patient, persevered wise and good a blessing to thyself and coun for behold it is his duty, at the appointed timeto the
if it stood alone it incred. dead
might appear very evening ; but from that moment all traces of in the most solemn assentations of corpse ; body of a young man, tall
ible ; but it is supported I'Ylo many parallel her were lust, till her body was ultimatelyfound try. give it unto thee without asking. handsome, in the very pride of youth ; his "
used other remedies and it
having no appear around the circle. When thou dost write for his
Surprizeand 6.
of information in He glanced, dress was rich but it and
examples given by people in the river. How she came by her doubt that the papr.ne'cr his hair add the
ed beyond a man spoke true. admiration face and moved him What thinkest
somnambulic states, that we are not entitledto death was never known." Here it will be were on every say unto ground about him, was all gore, and a
It is a little uncharitable, but there are surgeons the Impulse, all arose while one of piece 7' for it be that truth might coUe.
reject it on tbe score of impossibility. observed, there is an element of triviality. who might not like this abbreviation of by same: my may hideous wound in his breat bleedingstill.

This leads to the class of phenomena: calledin To appear at a cellar door seems below the their number spoke : offend thee. I raised the arm it fell dead from my
attendance and expense, on the other hand 4 Thou past,done noby! boy' he said, and 7. It is not fit that thou shoukfst ask of him and I awoke with
Scotland vraiiht-that is, opersons f dignity of a spiritual existence. Yet it may I band a scream. Three
appearances admire the honest
many will plain, simplicityof rebuke shall not be for olton. We have who is the author of article for his duly
what is it inconsistent with but thy any ; I dream this horrible
where bodily they were not. "This, be said, onlyour dream till the -
In his last
sailor. letter
the to
a postscript ,
congratulated shy father upon the acquisition requires him to keep such things to himself. features the ?
author "sometimes occurs at the time sense of taste-that sense under which we dres stiffening I f3
our ay every
words. 661 1
says he added these forgot to tell lmb
your which with tbe When thou dost office
of honors passing 8. enter a printing ,
of death, but often at an indefinite period before select incidents for fictfon 1 We are not necessarily may pass clot and gout of 5 |)
honors that the leg was a wooden one. a yii
We him with the have that thou dost not
congratulate unto thyself ;
now a care
tbat' there is such law season. to sight as "
it, and sometimes where no such calamityis to expect : any my you are now. Time passed, ,
impending. In some of these cases, an presiding over these phenomena. On tbe Lucky Dream.-Tno forms of small shot best of all possessions' a son worthy of France touch the type ; for thou may cause the printer the impression, the immediate horror of the j

earnest desire seems to be the cause of phe. I theory, moreover, of aa earnest desire being used by sportsmen are exactly spherical.The .- and ofbimself' much trouble. dram bad begun to fade, when I cam
The courtiers bowed a glowing as. Look not thou at the in the handsof
nomenon." Maria Goffe, of Rochester, dy. concerned in the casa, it was natural for Nelly, manner in which this advantage is se. haughty 9. copy London. I was one day introduced to a w a
and each the hand of the boy the for that is not meet in the
ing at a distance from borne, said she couldnot I at the moment of danger or death, to think of f cured, is ingenious. It is said that a Mr. sent clasped compositor ; young man whose countenance,though hand e;

die happy till she had seen her children. the duty which she woUld have been performing Watt, a native of Bristol, and a plumber by but the father .took him to his heart and even sight of tbe printer. some and interesting, gave me 1 painful a t

"By and by, she fell into a state of coma, if she had not that day left her home. trade, had a dream, in which he saw the now among th. treasured relics of the familyis 10 Neither examine thou the proof sheet, feeling as I looked at it, that I involuntarily .

.which left them uncertain whether she was I Nearly akin to wraiths are what the Germans whole contrivance. A person appeared before numbered that silver cup. for it is not ready to meet thine eye, that thou turned away ; but why I felt this kind of ter. : r.

dead or alive. Her eyes were open and fixed, called doppcl-gangers (double-goers,) or him on the top of a high tower, with a But Sure.-Speaking of mayest understand it. ror at a stranger's face I could not comprehend .i

her jaw fallen, and there was no perceptible leltseera-that is appearances of a second sieve in one hand, and a ladle of melted lead Slovt-- Dreadful ;-it "'a Lord Camelford-we became fr
half before the
respiration. When she revived, she told her self sometimes seen by'' the individual as if it in the other, the lead was poured into the that powder which burnt up The Kneeing one Caught.-A person \& acquainted intimate-he fought, he was kite
said Oldown
mother, who attended her that she had been were a reflection of his own person, and some sieve which he shook violently and the liquid owner could put the fire out, an once complaining to a tav.rn-keeper in Ibis led-I was called-I went I saw- by ,
home and seen her children ; which the other times only by other, eilher in his presence! or metal fell in drops like raia to the floor of the gunner the other day, puts glow me but in 4 dreadful mind of State, where he had stopped to dine, that he Heaven it was the Yr figure of my dream ; r
had twas bad firkin of butter the
distance. Catherine of Russia saw a but its fall bad recovered its soidified some I once : picked up a on so lay the arm, so
laid was impossible, since she bad been lying at a tower, in had been loaded tangled bloody bar { ,
and had carried his back half
there in the bed tbe whole time. Yes,' replied figure: of herself sitting on her throne, and or. state. The imaginary person then descended sure. My fowling piece i on a mile to the gashed wound still bled and where the .
with) of it for a dRY or two, in anticipa. overtake the team from which it had been lost
I her fire at it. Dr. Kerner from and examined some had dried, I beheld individual clot
the dyiag woman, but I was there in dered guards to the tower some of the kind of wild fowl when gore every
alt but the he
t ray sleep.' A widow woman, called Alexander states the casa of a Madame Dillenius, who shot, and among them Watt saw several that lion ofa lick some about I only rwar was a mere and gout 3 I had seen it in my dream." :
|fn the daybreak, "Thank Oh said the
who had the care of these children, declared was lying in bed when her sister saw her also were not either perfectly round or had tails to one morning' you tavern Pale as ashes had be grown he bit t .
flock of ducks a
discovered a large twenty.fiveat keeper, consider that of the value toI
herself ready to take oath upon theI&CI'&naeDt walking about the room. No particular incident them. To separate these from the others the for stories same & tale, and bit lips trembled a he ; all, i
least are proverbial large 23 cents, and if he had said I thank
[ ,
' that during this period she had followed this event, Becker, professor man removed the shot to an inclined plain.- gunners house yon very even -, were silent, when Byron,
distant from Lr
one it would have been 1-2
seta the form of Maria Goffo come out of the of mathematics at Rostock, having fallen intoan Those that were round ran down the plain, ] in a pond my kindly" equal to 37 swallowing a tumbler of water a draught
fourth ofa mile. I took and started cent The silent and t
my gun into
man went
room where the eldest child slept, and ap. argument with some friends regarding a while iboso that were misshaprn wriggledover \a exclaimed, A capital hand at a deviled
and under cover of a stonewall the i
for them keeping his
proach the bed where she herself Jay with theyounger disputed point of theology on going to his Ii. tbe side. A perfect separation was thus dining.room to satisfy hunger. turkey &Camelford. I have always cherished :
I wanted be whenI
as as he had the
soon got near eaten a plentiful meal, be went to
beside her. The figure had stood brary to fetch a book which he wished lo refer effected. This was a lucky dream for Watt, an affectionate for on his

there nearly a quarter of an hour, as far as to, saw himself silting at, the table in the seat as be sold his patent for 10,000, and a similar pulled triggefr', but no report followed. She landlord and said, ./thank you very kindly. account, ever since rgr Iba lu deiJ night when
in the I had forgotten to take who
flashed Hold
Ipan. !I" said the immediatelysaw
ht could judge : and she remarked that the be usually occupied. lie approached tbe method is still employed by manufactures. with I forced we supped on one. Do let us have one now, I
was to withal humored
me, so
priming go the joke, and was a very good
eyes and the mouth moved, though she heard figure, which appeared to be reading, and any Kinnaird."
tbe house for powder horn, whichI "Hold there's 1.2ets2 .
back 12
ko sound" looking over its shoulder, be observed that Arkansas Wedding Cake.-A letter from to my personage, .

There is nothing remarkable in the follow. the book open before it was a Bible, and that, Mount Pleasant, Ark., published in the Syracuse did in no pleasant mooJ, I can tell you ; but your due.IJlachi1e Afecling l1i.-Pop! the actor weI
heard f
home I
I most a slight com.
with one of the fingers of the right band, it Star, gives the ingredients of a weddingcake just as got known for bl
f wraith anecdote but it recommends itai culinary ar
; motion in tbe barrel of piece, and lookinginto for baking brad.-A baker in
pointed to the Make ready thy house, in that country of boars and buffaloes my general, and to venison in fceiYed
became well known passage
of the
parties being the mould!, found the charge was makingits has a machine which bakes fifty J
ie Scotland. "Mrs.'Kthe sister of Pro- for thou must die.: He1' returned to the company '. Mr. P. is now ordained, and of course has an invitation to dinner, accompanied by an
put. started back to old barrels in twelve hours bo few hands.
slowly my ,needing
**B and related what: a had seen ; and in I liberty to marry. He, with some others of the way apology for the simplicity of the intended farea
of Aberdeen the wall
was titling ODe daJ"her and the '
*& husband Dr. K-, in the parlor ofIIa&AIo pile of all their arguments to the contrary, firmly, attended a wedding this week, and took position, ,aim sting at the ducks gun ,upon and in about Charles Augustus, take the sugar tongs, .mal lurb and a bne egebaa of
thi remained fully persuade that his death wan at brought home some wedding cak.. It was a gpod my dear, and blow your nose." "Please beet very thing t
: when she suddenly said Ob, mimitei after the went off and tilled
*Mt'i hand. He took leave of Lis friends, and expired made of pounded corn for flour, the ashes of' five every maim, I would rather take the bellows-I can like," exclaimed Pope ; "I will come
brother 1 he has Blade. '
the jbdowP raT and followed come ; by her just husband passed, on the following day at six o'clock in the bean pods for salaefatus, and beans for raisins; mother ton of Khem.-Yaekee blow with both hands then." the greatest pleaur;" and come b di,a

she with and then tied in eat he did I till! ha could literally eat
wet water
evening. was
to the door to meet the visitor. up There is a roan Wisconsin who in one The following is believed to b the last
He wag., however not there. He is gone Of such anecdotes there are a large store. corn husks in the shape of an hourglass and week in January last thrashed four hundred conundrum : Who was the first shoemaker? -when the word was given, and a Loach o

rround Ie the back door,' said she ; and thither *'A Danish physician is said to have: been fre.quently boiled ; sometimes it is boiled in grape juice bushels of wheat, three constables, and forty The mm who made tbe first pair of shoes.' vension, fit for an emperor, was brought in.

welt W entering a:! patient's room, and and eaten with a spoon made from a buffalo'sborn. Pop divined at a glance the nature of the trap
; neither he there lied seen sheriffs.When .
they sernatt was nor to the figure would disappear I once ;Iiad the pleasure of eating it so deputy What's. that Ion thing in the window ?' ben laid for biro, but bo was fairly
of him. spoken
seen Dr.
thing being
It': said she must any ke- mistaken but she with n sigh. This used 0 occur when be Lan at a neighbors house. Corn bread, meat, a Kentucky judge some years since, asked one boy of another.' night, a 1;r a puny effort at tiia with '
; and cake I have described asked by an some strange It's a tallow scope. a slice, he laid down
laughed at the idea : her brother had made an appointment which ho was prevented (fresh,) coffee, just was attorney upon delcou &
lhs endow aadUkedin paued and render d by the fail form a common wedding dinner. Some do go ruling, "!. that law, your honor 1" he replied a What do they do with it gave way to a hysterical

moiswhere, tad would doubtless; be roust be have back gone die keeping The$ bearing WM of it, however, uneasy, occasionedhim so high u to indulge in chicken flues and -4>ff the court understand herself and she a They look into foreign countries with it lear exclrhning, "A friend of twenty years*
ure. *
thins the do it lire !" the reply. standing, and to be served in this *
but it is
naly. But be came not ; and the intelli.! rjch; an onpeaiant! ienwrijon, that he re. flour doings rare. \Ya mnneT


'r :,-;.,<"of.I ... : iIIIJ: .1

\' t. r-i't'' .,. --- -- -------------- ; M. Ledni RoIIin has made the who would; either lead follow opinion. The ored Schlenrig! after a most bloody and ob tboeIiI053withus. .
t : "ft from the wVew OrltMt Picayune. distinguished lemselves! by their bravery, offi. at length or o...- .
: ,. INTERESTING FROM CHIHUAHUA. cera and men. The Mexican prisoners were formal attempt to destroy'the Provisional Go. man I are always just aud honest. stinate engagement.The -
EI all liberated after\ vernment in France, and arriving Danish fortification and artillerywere
parole won they arrived troop were
: ;, ;S f THE BATTLC OF SANTA CRUZ DE ROSAI.ES. at Cltib upon hua. Squire Collins left Chi. every moment in France from all parts of the JYwm.to JV. O. Picayune. taken by the Prussians at tb point of DEMOCRATIC MEETING IW COLUIA

It.-i. The U. S. steamship Fashion, Car*. Mor. huahua on thejGih] of April, under an escort( country. LATER FROM THE CIT MEXICO. the bayrflbt,after a most obstinate cnfic. At a meeting of'a large B .

*, 'ltl -: : .. :: gan, arrived from Brazos Santiago yesterday, one company of 1st Dragoons, commanded by The greatest excitement and alarm had Gen.: Scott has left Mefu New York.. Te loss of the Dane was immnH, the Democrat Court Room CoJutaW. C.b
::1.t f'' :Jt ::",\ whence she sailed on the 30th ult., bringing Captain Gree|, and arrived at Gen. Wool' been created in Paris and throughout .the Cur Inquiry now sitting no less than 12,000 mea in killed and at t I

I j :: t. us several day's later intelligence from the headquarters ojn the 20th. lie proceeds on to country by these alarming events, and scenes in Jn Orleans-Probable Ratification o wounded. The Prussian Io was 3000. Tuesday Dr. James, the S.9th Jones of May, 184&, 0_ .

";t" Rio Grande, and interesting news from Chi. Washington tljis morning. of the most momentous character were mo. the\\ The war in Lombardy was still progressing. Major CHAR

; .yo.., ;'I-..". huahua. Among tbn passengers on the Fash mentarily expected. The U. S. steamer New Orleans, Capt. Charles Albert maintains with much frnel PELOT .cae to the I
.i;1!, .:; ion was J. L Collins, Esq., hearer of des. Front the Char lei ton Mercury. Jlpnl 12. The cause of quarrel between Lfidru Rol. Edwrd Auld, arrived on Sunday evening the position which he was anDonncd, tion of G.or E. McCIellaa J-

: );'tt .4'': patches from Gen. Price and Gen. Wool to ARRIVAL OF THE BRITANNIA.SEVEN lin and his colleagues is said to have been u from Vera Cruz, having tailed thence on previous arrivals, to have taken in Messina. ; JOTES, was appointed Secretary. Te CkiJ"

'" ,I' :..j;. ,. headquarters at Washington. Our readers DAYS, LATER FROM EUROPE. follows: Wednesday, the 3 inst. Te ship made cap.. The king, with his army, w in position man then the object of te &i
in brief
IIf ', The Britannia arrived at Boston on Monday A to Paris from ital atVelta. a and pertinent adrl.
;; : are already familiar with the name: of Squire deputation came Amiens passages going coming : '
:::1 c;; ;: \ Collins, honorable mention having been repeatedly I last, in 15' days from Liverpool. Wo for the purpose presenting a petition for the Gen. Sot and suit left the city of Mexico Lombardy was about to separate from the On motion et Mr. A. B. Noye a tO

.. t ;," made: of him. lIe was taken pri.j1 I make up our abstract of new from the tele. removal of one of Ledru Rollin's commissaries on] the ult. and arriye at Vera Cruz Venetian provinces.The of five was appointed by

1 ,'" ';$, loner some months since near Chihuahua, graphic despatches of the Baltimore Sun and on account of some violent proceedings on Sunday, the 30th. immediately em. Austrians had taken possession of resolutions expressive of the sense e to"

'j1 1 1 ...- ,,' anJ] confined till about the first of February, Patriot: he had indulged in in the exercise of the un. bark qd on the brig St. Petersburg for New Trevalvasne. I meeting, and designate suitable persons t

: when. he succeeded making his escape, and rcawYouz, May 8, 2 P. M. limited power with which be and his fellow York under a salute from Fort Concept ion.He .- Sicily was in a most dislurb condition.- u a County Corresponding Committee, tj

."r .., "" : joining tho American troops at El Paso. lie The steamer Britannia reached Boston at commissaries had been invested by M. Rol was waited upon by the commander of the Stcillian Commoners dreaed F.rinan but Committees of Vigilante at the seven) &

.f ,.S :,::1 1 participated in the battle of Santa Cruz de twelve o'clock, noon, yesterday, but we did lin. M. Lamartiie and several other mem. fleet and received a salute from the flag ship \ere resolved to an efr of cincts. P

:''. Resales, with eneral Price's command, and not receive any accounts by her, in conse. hers of the Provisional Government are saidto Cumberland.! 0 Monday, the itt inst., the self-government. Whereupon Chairman appointed Mtsm

1.". 4 : has: kindly furnished us a succinct statement quence of the telegraph between New York have admitted the misconduct of the commissary St. Petersburg was towed to sea by the pro. Spanish affairs were in great confusion. A. B. Noyes Geor E. McCleUan"a

4 1 I'ol l. "fd.e adkirs and the events which were con. and Boston being out of order, until this morn. and stated that he ought to have pellet Thompson. In passing the store ship Serious disturbances were being promoted at ington Ins Ellis, aa Bar

t i ., ':: '.- nected with it. As we had no accounts of ing, when the mail arrived. been removed.M. Relief and frigate Cumberland their riggingwas Madrid, and business was completely at a bee said committee.The .

.. : the engagement save from Mexican sources, III England and Scotland the movements Rollin refused to sacrifice a functionary, manned and three cheers given the old stand. The Letters addressed by Palmers Chairman then introduced to the tUe5.

t 1 t .". an American version oft the affair will be read of the Chartists continued, and almost every who, if to blame at all, was only guilty of over hero. On the 3d inst. the General exchang. ton concerning certain resolutions, had been hon of the people assembled the Uo.
t.1 G
I ; :: with interest. town in the two countries had held meetingsin zeal in the cause of the republic. Upon thisa ed visits with Com. Perry and was saluted by returned in a manner highly offensive and in. R Fairanks of St. Johns, who in
c. favor of the Charter in the
Mr.\( Collins informs us that about the first ending on violent scene ensued, and words passed be. the flag ship Cumberland. sulting. cbase .lount biml tsifinominee

I i; : ", '. week in February he succeeded in breaking the 22d. Resolutions in favor of petitioning I tween the different members of the Provision! Among the passengers on the New Orleanswere Portugal is represented 8 upon the eve ofa of Stt. CoaYht
5 : prison' at Chihuahua, then in possession of the the Queen to remove her present ministers al Government, which caused a wide breach Gen. Pillow and staff Gen. Towson, revol ition. Queen Isabella was about (to ab. for the office of Federal Elector I S
S had been adopted by the Convention with Gen. and staff Col. dicate in favor of her of Florida.
Col. son.
p ',:; Mexican troops under command of Governor in the councils of the nation. Cushing Belknap,
.. ': :" Trias, and after an arduous journey of six days, great enthusiasm, and large delegations ape Paris has been the scene of one of those Childs, Col. Dunc.n, Col. Withers, and a The accounts from Baden are most deplorable The committee appointed to dr.f Re

.', succeeded in reaching El Paso, 300 miles distant pointed to visit the provinces, get signers, and extraordinary demonstrations which can only large number of officers. the capitulation of their troops, to the lions, &c., after having retired,

t' then under command of Lieut. Co.RaIls! see to the delivery of the petitions in London. occur in that capital. Fortunately it has desperate at one tim was thought the heavy force sent against them, was confident. reported the following Rellutiou, a

1 I" I,' of the Missouri Mounted Volunteer Previ. The movement had seemingly lost none of passed ofF without bloodshed.A. chance bringing together a quorum of Con. ly relied on. were adopted unanimously,

I. a ,; ously to his arrival intelligence had been received its strength, and in Scotland a most effective M. Blanquo having been stt&ig to madness gress, that the President bad determined to Gen. Gadarce, was shot dead by the re. The committee appointed to rpe'M t&.

from various sources that Urrea, with organization had been" formed in its favor. by the publication( of certai papers al. exclude the States of New Mexico, Chihuahua bels, and a conflict followed in Vienna,which ject of this meeting, and the I

.? .. ., a strong force of lancers, was upon the road The bills proposed in Parliament to give leged to be found at M.\ Guizot's hotel, which and Yucatan in estimating the represen- resulted in terrible slaughter and loss of life. to b adopte for the organization of D

4 ," to attack them, having made a detour to the greater security to the Crown had been passedby impeached his political character fulminateda tation so that a smaller number may const!. party Columbia County, beg l,

". westward, and thrso reports were confirmed very decided majorities. most bitter philipic against the provisional quorum. Subsequent events led himto LIVERPOOL, APRIL 20. to Report :

.. t y the capture of a small party of Mexicans, Parliament had adjourned over the Easter government -declared the documents published believe that a quorum could be obtained, Money Market firm. Consols 82. Wheat That they deem it unnecessary at thi t
,. S 1 under command of a lieutenant, who were holidays. to be forgeries-and inveighed most and the President re.considered his determi. advanced 1 shilling Flour to make any renewed obligations of

4 -, ". surprised and taken at a small town called Ca. In some districts in England the middle bitterly against M. Marrast and R?. Lamar. nation. changed. Corn 25 per a 30s.quarter.Cotton, Middling un. faith in behalf of the Democratic party, rai.
razal half between Chihuahua and El classes, who had been counted on as decided tine, in terms not easily to be forgiven. He ded n it is by the ancient lan marks party
way I ly opposed to the Chartists, have fraternizedwith CIT OF April 26. declined |d ; Fair quoted 4$ ; Mobile 4 3 ; so known o
I Paso. Letters announcing the intended march swore to overthrow the government.It Gen. Pillow leA here Orleans 4id. Sales of the week 37,000. princple wel aa long chere
t them and at and on Sunday, the 22d
; Birmingham Notting. by warmed is
I- : i : of (Urrea were found in tho possession of the'! seems that a plot was actually formed to inst. with an escort Louisiana Mounted Men party ad by geo.
ham meetings had been held of merchants erous zeal which has
ever distinguisb.jpatriotic
: commanding officer. Intelligence was there- intimidate the Provisional Government and under command of Capts. Fairchild and Ker. From the Pitl ovrg Pott. b
favorable of the
,. noon despatched to Santa Fe to Gen. Price, I,J.._ ('I.....:to., some ft.:.: principal points in eject Lamartine, Marres\ and other moderatemembers The night before be left he was serenaded bv MORE EVIDENCES OF "RUIN." exertions in support of Rrpbcz
All that
itii> **ruai&i9i ijoiiuuii. principles. is necessary
who immediately started with two companies Ireland continues in agitation but the therefrom and form a new govern. I the splendid band af the 2d Infantry, and the From a late New York paper, sent to us bya in affairs ,.
great of Ledru our public to secure the well deservedsuccess
of the 1st Regiment United States Dragoons, ment, consisting Rollin, Cabut Blan.
j fear is less of an outbreak the next morning a large number of officers accompanied friend, we have selected the following items, of the is
commanded by Major Bell, one company of among peasants. gui, Albert, (operative,) Louis Blanc, Flocon, party unanimous and well
him distance the
The some road. which are calculated! to show that the
meetings in Conciliation Hall, in Dub. upon con. concerted action, to instruct the
same regiment, acting as artillery, command. Arago, Raspaiel, and Pierre Leroux. public
I tin had off and the The Court of Inquiry on the 24th. stant of to the various manufac- ml
cry and the
pawed quietly, speakerswere lef rin" sympathies of
0/ ;.- ed by Lieut. Love, and the battalion of St. A meeting was accordingly for the ro.e a
got rhtmine
up The from of
extracts Rosa
to interests the federalists
taring is
but the Young Ireland message entirely and virtuous
4' Louis commanded Lieut. Easton very temperate ; Champs de Mars on with this And to they
: Infantry, by Sunday night, pople. tLi
the members of
warlike and intemperate Congress now at Quretaro, without foundation. There is one of the
were as submit the
I party as eer, as em Resolution
the Battalion under Wale! ulterior However \ :
and Santa Fe Major object. Mons. Lamartineand
show that Pena Pena
realizes the dan.
which should be
in their harangues. y fully especially noticed-that relating That

: krr, and arrived about the 20th of February at Marrast, having got intelligence Ruoud we deem it inexpedient
previous of the a
Public meetings had been held in severalart. gerous position nationality the country to the manufacture of silk. If these make
El Paso, increasing the command to about of the plot, circumvented their designs. The nominations for our next
? 1GOO men. ) of the country in support of the govern- National Guards, as well as the Mobile, were should the treaty not be ratified in season, factories shall continue to prosper a they have General Assembly, bu recommend to our
: and also shows an energetic demonstration done for the last shall
ten hear
.: It was: ascertained that the report of Urrca's nent.We called out, and the critical state of things, years, we soon Democratic friends in each precinct in l this i
have distressing news from the to spare no effort to bring about peace. of great efforts to have a prohibitory duty laid
very County to appoint
advance entirely false, and Squire Collins which threatened a complete of or more
was reign terror,
I. Cassel. The Croats of the Your correspondent is right in representingthe all manufactures of silk delegtio
furnishing Gen. Price with information of rillage (a body furnished the Provisional Government with upon : meet in Convention at this place
Gov. Trias' position and means of resistance, Austrian soldiers) had, it is said, formed a cor. the pretence to military display.All Padre Sanchez a the organ of the clergy, Manufacture Pin.-Brown & Elton, of Saturday in July, A r the purpose ef nuking
Ion round the and a great majority of them favor the ratification .
and fire it and
Gen. Price at once determined to march down village, set to classes now deeming the lately Waterbury, Conn., have in operation an improved said nominations.
bat 2000 of the inhabitants had in pro. of the treaty as it stands. The clergy
perished scribed machine for the manufacture of pins, Resolrcdt That we cordially of lie
: and attack him. Accordingly, on the 1st of troops of the line as defenders of or. approve
be flames. The shrieks of the immolated in. of this city, fearing the inability of Pena y which turns out two barrels of resolutions at the Madison
der pins day.A Conventionin
!March, he started with about 400 men, and arrived life and property, a couple of regimentswere per pase
tabitants heard for miles around. Pena to raise the force loan of 8150,000 to
at Chihuahua on the evening of the 7th, were brought into Paris. Cannon, for the barrel contains 4,000,000 pins ; consequently relation great interests of the South,
the The Prussian troops had passed into Den. 8200,000 in Queretaro, for the purpose of assembling 8,000,000 are manufactured by this' and will our exertions to the
: performing the entire distance in extraor. first time since the revolution, were placed u carry o
nark, and, in a skirmish, the Danes were de.ated. Congress and supporting the Gov.ernmsnt machine each week.- of those resolutions
dinary short space of seven days. A deputa. before the Hotel de Villa of the National day, or 48,000,000 a spirit by furthering the
: ",. % tion of the civil authorities came out, and held Guard of Paris. No fewer than one hundred (which when translated, means forte The machine is perfect and simple in its op election of .the Democratic Electoral Ticket.
The Rothschilds had declined to take the purpose of bribing the refractory Congress erations. The wire is into the machine Resolved will
and run we
an interview with Gen. Price, informing two thousand men'! were assembled at the Tat support any nan
him of the reported conclusion of a treaty of n ew Prussian loan. quays and Boulevards, joined by forty thou. men) held meetings in the Cathedral to day. from a reel, cut to the requisite length, point for public who either directly or indirectly .
In London money was 3 j per cent. on best and yesterday, over which the bishop presided ed, headed, and made a finished countenances the
: '. peace between Mexico and the United States, sand: of the Boulien or suburbs. pin by one any assumption on
.. and entreating him not to enter the city. Gen. b ills. To these were added, 20,000 of tho Guards for the purpose discussing the proprietyor operation. From this machine, they fall into part of Congress of the power to pu any

Price very properly disregarded this request, London remained comparatively quiet. Mobile, and this body, between which and the expedency of advancing the sum required the hopper of the sticking machine, as it is restriction or proviso similar character w;ta

doubted, and marched into the city. Ascertaining The differences between the repealers, National Guards some jealousy had previously by Pena y P.na, and today they resolved up. called, in which they are arranged and stuck the Wilmot Proviso, or any attempt t inter.fete .

that Trias was but one day's march b eaded by John O'Connell on the one side and 1 existed, fraternized as they passed each on )loaning the money from the funds of the upon the papers, and come out perfect, only with or over-rido the Constitutional right
a removed from him, he determined to follow litehell on the other, are becoming greater other, and their common difficulties were bu. I understand the whole sum will b requiring to be packed to b ready fo mar. of the Southern portion of the Confederacy.Rftolredj .

him the next morning, and accordingly raised e very day. The rent has fallen to 23: pounds!, ried in oblivion.; sent to Queretaro to-morrow. These ket. That we would deprecate the rt-

all the horses he could to supply the place of al nd it is evident that the numerical majority A fresh agitation has been got up in London the to my mind, settle the question as to whether Mills.-At Salem! Massachusetts, a mammoth pea of the tariff e 1846, and the enactment
will be
S those broken down on the march: from El Paso, oj f the Irish people are in favor violent me a- for the extension of suffrage, equitable treaty ratified or no, in the affirm. steam-mill is going up, to run 40.000 high protective tariff as an injury to tae

:- and the next morning, at 8 o'clock his com f.l jres. In the meantime, the people continue taxation, reduction of government expenditures ative.The individual spindles. At Manchester, New Hampshire interests and prosperity of the mass of the p...
", mand were all on the march after Tiias. Not. te)>)> supply themselves with arms. and lh. advancement reform princi. referred (to a having been two or three mills of the largest class are pie ; and that we are most solemnly opposed

.1 withstanding the previous long marches, this Great and influential bodiessent in address. pIes throughout the Kingdom. Forty members baptized with so much pomp at Queretaro, being erected. At Nashua, a largo mill is I to the revivalofaNational Bank,and approve
& and who had the honor of Pena Pena -
gallant command accomplished the distance of CI i to the Lord Lieutenant, expressive of their of Parliament assisted at its formation.The stand at the fount having his y also building. At Lowell, 'the Merrimac most cordially the existing Constitutional Tru-

: sixty miles that day, and halted befure the town deCO.:termination to support the government. Pacha of Egypt has hung a deputationfrom baptismal as godfather, Manufacturing Company have put up a mill sury.
is without doubt the
Lieut. O'Suilivan I
of Santa Cruz-a place of about 200 inbabi. Advices from Milan announce tbat the Sar. a large meeting, who bad been appoint. have, a of 400 feet long, running 20,000 spindles, and They also recommend the appointment alike-

tants, where Trias command were in posses. di nian troops had gained some advantagerer ed to lay before him the complaints of toe commission already spoken in the 3d as having and resignedhis the Hamilton Company are also about building folowmg committees :

.4 sion. About 7 or 8 o'clock the next morning, ?' the Austrians at the bridge of Guio, and people. Infantry gone a large mill 300 feet in length, to run CENTRAL CORRESPONDING COXITEJ.
: Gen. Price sent into town a flag of truce, and it was stated that 2000 Austrian prisoners had The Duke and Montpensierhave to Queretaro to join the enemy. He is not a 15,000 spindles. James S. Jones, Washington M. Ins, A
Ia lien o legal deserter, all the dishonor of moral A. Stewart and J. J.
demanded the unconditional surrender of Tri- into tho bands: of the Piedmontese. beea banished from the of bu I Knight.
capital Spain. silk in and .
guilt will ever attachitselfto his name. of
I This Gov. T. refused but his statement was greatly exaggerated, as Janzadue th Ett OP VIGILANCE.King's .
.. ., as. subsequently Lamartine has prepared an offenlir and The Commissioners will not leave for Quere .-Great making PRFCIC CITES
th number of progress -Robert Sanderlin William Cone,
0 prisoners did not exceed 400. ,
consented to bold a personal interview with defensive alliance between the French and
in the States in the .
western culture and
taro, until the 20th or 30th inst. weaving
Gen. Price, at which be informed him that Tho Gezetta Piedmontes, of the 12th of the Swiss Republic. of silk which William Frink.
.- he had received information of the condusion A pril, announces officially that on the 9th the An incendiary insurrection has taken placein QCERETARO, April 25, 1848. an extensive, we article hope ef to American see soon becoming Burns'.-Robert Brown, Shubal Burns, J.

of a treaty of peace, and was in daily expecta. A ustrians had held a position on the right the Kingdom of Saxony, which has not The union of have facture. In Ohio and manu. T. Goodbread.
preparatory Congress Pennsylvania, they are
hi ink of the !Mincio, from Borgetta to Monse. Alligavr-W. M. Ives, A. Y. Allen, John
tion of the of
intelligence been down.
receipt announcing
I yet put retaken their usual course, and few of the producing silk of an excellent quality ; and at W.
.. the establishment of an armistice. Various at ivana, but seeing that the Piedmontese had I Prince Metternich, his Princess, Prince Lwe.
for Louisville
there i is
Deputies ate wanting a quorum. Kentucky, a manufactory
Pelot D.
T. Trex
ac lianced towards the former of these ,
; : propositions were made on both sides, both places, Richard Caron, Charles Hazci and suites .lIitra Sprng-Cha.
., par. turo, politically speaking, presents a most an. in operation. Most of the manufactories, both .
ties, under existing circumstances, being re. th ey retired to the left bank, and immediatelyew have arrived in London. TiJs.
4 1.. imated aspect, and nothing is talked of but in the eastern and western States, are carried R. Robertson Wm. Plait
luctant: to resort to a contest at arms. Gen. hi up the bridge over which they had passed. The the Bank of Coumbw- ,,
t. on Savings Englandis peace. In every quarter there are warm dis. on by steam. The cocoons are reeled on the G. .
#':- Price would not consent to Gov. Trias march. Gen. Brogha, who commanded the second still on the increase.
this The
cussions grand question. most machine universally known as the Piedmon.
) ing with all his arms and munitions, but CC>rps 01 Piedmontes, under Gen. Souaz, Ii. True bills have been Mitch. upon .New Troy-Wm. Stewart, M. G. Edwards,
.it. away against vehement party (or war is, without doubt,the tese reel ; and the silk is spun en a throttle C. L. Wilson.
41? agreed to permit him to return with them, or le nced by his artillery the enemy's battery ell, O'Brien, and the three most
Meagher, en. army, but it has fallen so low in public esti. machine, a modification of which makes the
send them to Chihuahuaand if they received W bich occupied.Monte Valeggion on the left ergetic of the Irish leaders. mation, and is so numerically weak, that it is twisted Carv'6-Doug. O'el,Sampson CUTUp
,_ official of the then bi ink, reconstructed the bridge, and having sik.Eztracfrom Joseph A. Ellis.
".' \ intelligence treaty, to The Prussian Diet has been dissolved in a doubtful if they can get a ,
'. ,1 permit him to remove them where he chose. CI ossed the river, put the Austrians to flight. up pruncaeno Santa Fec-Wm. T. Niblack, C. E. W.
; t. undignified manner. it rumored
moa was [ Mr. Bottf to the People of
\ Gov. Trias rejected this, as well as the pro The Opinion of Turin, of 11th, adds, that The financial crisis in Paris was apparent a last few publicly. would. .dtlrtl Collin William Townsend.JllitrilLeG. .
.. \ position to surrender, but begged Gen. Price ifl imediately thereafter the Austrians took to r" ir"nin1 -.- U.- _Ellis.un, John PrevatL J.
business and
subsiding, though trade were The,priest the in
organ :
to wait four days, by which time he confidently fi1 ght. It was reported on Sunday evening, much depressed. of his S chez cergy' DISORGANIZATION OF THE WHIG PART.That M. Crewi.Fort
one sermons, preached Friday night
expected the return of an extraordinary A pril 16, that a courier had arrived from the Ireland there is a design on the part of many Cell-\m. C. Parish, Allen Thomas,
I cou.
continues in a critical state, last, the 21st inst., Good in the
/ very ( Friday,)
at of war in Italy, with that (certainly not all) of General Taylor's L. Is!. Tucker.NcKiny'.CJre.
.j .", rier whom he had despatched to Durango forinformation intelligence a and the excitement among the people continueto Church of Santa Clara, at which the sup
CC implete' was said to Lava been greater ,and prominent too, to breakup McKinney R. P.
with regard to the treaty and are victory gain. increase rather than diminish. of the members of the Administration and porters supporters
a part ,
.. mistice. edt I by Radetsky. Great apprehensions were Arms the Whig party, and its organization, is too ., Anrew.
are in brisk demand, and the peopleare of the rnf mbers of Congress that is about to
To this Gen. Price consented, and not only erS ilertained at Vienna, in consequence of a being openly drilled with pikes and rifles, meet, were said : GentlemenTheonly apparent to escape detection.I New River-Morgan Prevail.
I waited four but eight days, at the expiration m eeting operatives which was to have been despite the threatened interference of the to present the and-in knew that among his supporters are to be South Prong-Moses Barber, J. M. Bur
save Republic
.. of which time, a portion of his force havingcome hc:Id on Sunday, 16th April. Government. Indeed there seems be no way' the have received pardoning found members of the Whig party, who ever sod Elisha Green.

up, increasing his strength to about 700, The basis of the new Austrian Constitution longer any doubt of the fact that Ireland t on injuries you is to make -to" have shared the confidence of the Whigs, and Middle Prong-John W. His, George
hi is just been published. It is follows i prove yourself Chri.tians peace. the less entitled do than Combs, and John Harvey.
he determined to attack the town. The Mexicans as :- the eve of a civil war. The editor of El Eco del Commercio are no t so now
; had not been idle all this time, having A'I II the provinces are constituted into one I The Chartist movement in England has of the deputies who left the one for heretofore ; but it is an exercise of no more On motion of Andrew Y. Allen, Esq,, tie
4 city yesterday
5 strongly fortified the plaza and the streets dy, with tho exception of Hungary, Scha. settled down quietly, and the signers of the Queretaro there members than a common and undeniable right, when I following Resolution was adopted :

I leading to it, loop.holed their houses, and made VC Inia, Sieveberger, and, for the present, the monster petition are calmly watching the ac. in attendance, says that are the sixty-four last of the week say I think they have been deceived and are in Resolved, That the thanks of this meeting
an by
every preparation for a firm resistance. On It alian provinces. The division of the Em. tion of the Parliament.Most there will be If not error. Their opinions are entitled, prbaps to are due and are hereby tendered t the Cbsir-
seventy-six. so, we see
: the morning of the ICth, about 8 o'clock, after : re shall remain as it exists at this time. alarming demonstrations of more weight than mine, and i man for the very courteous manner in which
.. 1'be of the is declared public why Congress may not organize by Mondayor chosen Gen. he has its deliberations.On .
.: : another demand for uncoaditional surren. person Emperor to beiolable. opinion continued to be made, and it was to give Taylor's opinion on political presided over
4 r ,. dir had been made and rejected, the attack The Emperor is to have full general opinion that bloodshed was not far off. Tuesay.. Tie same will leave paper says. 1lelr. subjects in his own language, that the motion of George W. Cole, it was

.. .I, was commenced by a brisk cannonade. The P >'wer over the land and sea forces, and the 4 the escorted people, the masses of the party, may judge (or Resolved, That the proceedings of this
a .. American forces were subsequently divided ttS ght of making war or peace. Treaties of From tfie Liverpool Times, .March) .13- inctead next' day of division.by a smal cavalry force the, themselves. Believing as I do, I should b a meeting be published in all the Democratic

into three parties, to attack the works from e rery description with foreign powers can Tine UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT' AND that by a I pronounces threaten the traitor to the party, not to say what I or papers in the State.
4 : three different poitionl-the first under Col. 0 Ily Le made niih the sanction of the two ITS MEXICAN POLICY.-While the affairs of story they were going to to postpone it until it might be too late. I be On metion the meeting adjouraed.

4 Rails, the second under Lieut. Col. Lane, and 11 ouses of Parliament. The attributes of the old world grow more perplexed, the new Government the a false-their the Mexican only object Govern beingto leT the Whig party of Virginia has been CHALES H. PELOT, Chairman.

ihe third under Major Walker, of the Santa m ercy, and the right of bestowing rewards, world, amidst the fall of dynasties, and the ment.present treaty to up by the COlservtire party, (as JAMBS S. JONES, Secretary.

S Fe Battalion. The contest was maintained b(long to the Emperor, but mercy cannot be cries distress, lifts her head exuhingly. hold is best known to those familiar with the secret I

.. with great vigor;;; nntil about II o'clock, when '.tended; to the ministers without the sanction ing in her hands the first best gifts of good history .(the convention,) and it must be disgorged Rursia.-'i'be Official journal of St. Petersburg
r' -. of the Parliament. The laws be ad. and ONE WEEK LATER FROM the in is lost under date of the 31st of March, givtf
: a rrport was brought in that a force of about are to government civilization-peace and plen.ty. EUROPE or Whig party Virginia
: ..... ... 90O1ezicanlancershadrriTednerLyand In linistered publicly in pen courtsby oral pro. ARRIVAL OF THE CAMBRIA. forever. Is the old Whig party to be sustained some explanation on the manifesto of tie
CC edings, and trials to be by she broken 1 Look the the Emperor of Russia. It denies any \anill
were about making an attack upon the rear. jury ; judgese Europeanjournalists are eminently successful BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. or up to speech o
'; The troops were then withdrawn, ard a cessation at to be appointed for life. in detecting the defective policy and faul. Hon. Wm. Cost Johnson, one of Gen. Tay. intention on the part of the Government.-

$ *.;" S: : of hostilities ensued, Lieut. Col. Lane All prjects: of loans are to be proposed as ty character of the United States government ; Trantmited far the Journal t.Mtnenger, and Ion warmest friends, at the New York Tay. Nothing could be further," it says, "frot1>

-. being sent to reconnoitre. The report of the \\',ell as sanctioned by the Emperor. Tho bu somehow or other the remits testify to Georgia Telegraph. lor meeting. He said "I myself am a Whig, the idea of the Government ; but in presence

v, arrival lancers prored to be false, and about E mperor will assemble the Parliament annu. ?.ergcicd management, and the want of truth The Bteamcrship Cambria arrived at New. and I believe Gen. Taylor is a Whig also, of the excitations directed from abr against.

r. a o'clock! the action was resumed. and continued ali ly, and he mtut call them together at stated in their vaticination. According to nearly York on Sunday night with Liverpool dates to BUT NOT A WHIG UPON THE OLD ourselves, it was only natural Emperor !.

".;: 4, until about du-k, when the Americans bad in!tervals. lie has the) right to prorogue and all our cotemporaien" President Polk was per. the 20th ult. PLATFORM OF WHIGISM : thou2h I have should make appeal to the national senfrment.

S \: succeeded in working their way through the dil noire them. The freedom of religion, of fectly insane on the Oregon business ; but he The pew steamship Herman, advertised to fought for those principles till f had every but. She will not attack unless acie

'H :; houses into the plaza, and the Mexicans fought Ip eech and of the press secured and the right succeeded, nevertheless in the settling a bu. sail from Southampton on the 26th tilt, bad ton whipped off; and I have become wise and wi scropu'ously respect the fwfep .

I .5. 5. with unusual bravery all day. The loss on the of petition, and of holding public meetings is sineu which had sustained an alarming suspicion ben delayed in consequence of injuries sus enough to drop them. When I first started, I her neigbbr if fcer nefgbors e ,,

S ride of the Mexicans was about 150 killed, grand anted to every itizen, subject to future laws. between Great Britian and the Union by her machinery on her outwar trip, \ent for every question upon the old platformof qually respect own integrity and:indepen

p a5: as many wounded, while on our side there The Austrian Government: has ordered the for half centur and which presented daily and would not sail until the Whigism. After speaking of al the old dence.A .

: were but five killed and twenty wounded- Ie suits to quit Lintz. This step has given a cause danger to both. The The (elections in France had passed off issues, he says : ,We must get of these Windfall.-In psiiagdewnasorirbuir.J.

'.14 twa of tthom subsequently died. The Mexican nsiderable satisfaction even to the Roman war with Mexico was vehemently condemn without'any disturbance.The by taking new men, fresh men, who have net ing at the corner of Bank and State street, m

.' force was from 1500 to 2000. The offi. Ci ltholic population. ed by the same sage critics, a unjust and un. Pope of Rome had cordial, welcomed the odium of all these questions upon them, or New London, a .w dky> sjnce: f tipur.

cers, tome buy in number, were taken prisoners The Patria of'the' 17th says : In a letter wise-impoltic. if not ruinous. According the American Charge, ha and who can boldly come out from them and de. pose of ereetiirg a new structure, w

1 : and the whole amount of arms and anamunition fro>m Venice, which has just arrived, it is slated obsen'era peace was not attainable ben formally presented. that these questions are not now the rule found stowed away under Ihe for of the garret
p I r; captured. There were fourteen thi at Verona ha4 been taken by the Pied. and retention impracticable. The last AC. & political afl'airsofEurope remain un. care conduct. Gen. Taylor ba done so; a stocking and an old doth cap fe with

i. t pieces of artillery, some of a heavy calibre m ontes>> army." ;* The news is confirmed by counts, however, have brought us the news changed.In he has come out from the old Whig platform.! Mexican and Spanish dolhrs. Sme mufprobaiy

:' ': about 2000 stand of small: arms. On the 18th th<<3 latest account*. of on terms the most advantageous to England and Ireland the excitement had Let those who desire to get off of this old kmow what to do wits

t S. : Gen. Price started back for Cbihuanua, taking A force of 1,200 Venetians has been do. the pace We have already endeavored to somewhat subsided, and commercial affairs Whig platform, do '0 but in the language of his moey-l8.those that

$. ::4j with him Gor. Tries and a portion of his pri. fes Lted at Monteb llo, near Vicenza,by a body show that th Mexican war was inevitablun.lett had slighty improved. Joshua of old, "A: (o etc and my le f "Tontor leif they know nit ,bo

; toners, and fearing Lieut. Col. Rails i ia com- of 600 Austrian !linfantry and cavalry. The the submitted to bate policy ; and The | war between the Danes and the will serve the Lord." Now, the between ADd ,urea no nwre. .

.. : inand, to follow a. soon a* practicable.. gr_eater part of the Venetian. were the stu- the result must ultimately be beneficial to (he Prussian! Confederation raged with unbated I Gen. Taylor and his friend Mr. Johnson 1 Poor Mr. Smith has fallen down de foplexy .

.1 }c .L Mr. Collins l informs us that our troops con. deija 1 rite, who volunteered$ from Bogua and Ve. interests of this country. A little more an. furr. I I r and ourselves, is,that ice do mean t stand ,' said a gentleman on p "

iuittd: theintehes: in the cooled manner aad nu ce. Ma; were killed. dor an less prejudice U desirable( in those The troops oldie Confederation bad cap. I upon tho old platform, and we can advocate llaa he Toed ? asked one of the cUi.ii .



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I II oiTiYtTA1"LET Gelil. TiyIor'nltioii: L. The Madlwn. JaU. acmln. I VlrjlaU E. : LET ALL WHO ARE AFFLICTED W TAXES.Taz .' .... ". .,

THE This i. truly an age ot wonder. Nor:are the developinenti The Jlthent BanAcr o tbtlOth in.tat. remarks The victory the Democrat in Virginia; i is mo< ASTHMA HEAD THE FOLLOWING .

or the times ofne to the mechanical .to the floridian, that in his zeal to diminish the complete. Tleir gains have been l!), which gives LETTEtt. Collector' ?4atlc 2

V' AI-O.K... sciences, but politics ba a cam t her fulL share o territories of the right. of political bodies, among them 16 majotity in the House of Delegates and 2 Mr.Seth W. Fo"t.SrnuiD :- THE undersigned Tsi Collector f
::== glory. We were wont to think that it required much which i that of regulating their domestic relations. o joint vote. Glory enough for bne day been afflicted for more than thirt, b.rIIY m*>n' tAt be WIJ atf S

Saturday, May 20, 1848.NOMINATIONS.. rime and reflection(or anjy man to come lo a conclusion be has unconsciously thrown the question of slavery Cnuitteney..ToM. years with the asthma,at times 1 severely as to in- At Ma11 Shol Hot. .0. Mo 13th.
Cdmwirr Genera
satisfactory to himself in relation to the political within the jurisdiction Congress, by insisting that TAYLOR supporting" capacitate me from attendance to bdstnes. and bav- At Bnj.mil liaJ.'s, Fort SUn&erfy, on Tuesday, I F
Presidency. I hope said be, i in
principles he was to spouse. We had supposed Congress has a right to repeal all law enacted by the log adopted rainy medicines without any but lem May ,

that a man who had spent the greater part of his territories abolishing slavery"-and adds:- th rerJe at the Mexican* will welcome these porary relief, I purchased, about three yfears since, At School Howe, near George Young's, Lake Jackeonj J: .

rom eflTsa.no: or FIX>B.IPA: life in the and in the tented field whose mind brother whom Altfa.troop*] of innocent women this on Wednesday, 17th May, i
camp .We ak oar democratic we honoi of Mr. Edward Mason,your agent in city several At Court Houje.
GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. had been absorbed in attending to the duties of a for his equanimity and fairness in discussion, whether and children, WITH BLOODY HARD AND UOSPITABLE bottles of WiHar's. BalSam of Wild Cherry, from and TalabU. on Tona1. Friday, :

.. ro. coircxcts: : soldier's lite,would necessarily devote the exercise of such a power would not imply slavt an ORATta". the effects of which I obtained more relief thaa from At Surday.Cr Roads,o IPh. .,. 22J May, .

WILLIAM DUVAL. hour in political research before manYlreo.u ry entir r' jurisdiction over the whole question of [For the Flondian] all the medicine I had ever taWn for that distressing At At Beard's Daniel HoucksCentrevilleon St..re,Mictosookie,oo Tuesday Wednesday,3Itb 33d May

,-MtEMBEimAL. U.KCTO&S: opinion with respect to political af.ir. But in aU! Now our insisting' upon the right of Congress to I THE IN DANGER. : disorder. I have by the repte use of your valaa May .

this we had forgotten that this is likewise an of UI ble Balsam been for breath, At Manning's Old Place,
GEORGE It. FAIRBANKS, Of& Johns. age modify or repeal all laws enacted by a Territorial : Long have elapsed since more Ire pressure Mamilngton,en Tbnrsday, f'

CHARLES H. DUPONT, O/ Gadsden. improvement, a well intellectual!, a physical l arc Legislature, instead of a throwing the question of I clouds have jcajt been gathering about our fanatical politic and oppression on the lungs, than I had anticipated, 2tb Byrd May ShopLakefamonisonFrday,2otb .
morel.l This latter consideration' for cured of this disheartening May
account and indeed conceive most
JOHN MILTON, Of Jackson County. may slavery, within the jurisdiction of COIeSonly horizon. | voice of admonition has been myself For the of receiving the Taxes assessed
the sudden transition of Gen. TAYLOR from a no- goes to show under the restrictions of the Federal wafted 1e on breeze. The South malady.I for purp.s State and County fur the yeafISls.

party man to a whig-from not every do lender this aclnowled Iloursuf attendance from Jt)| A. )L 3 .1'.1'At
Affair in Mexico. understanding anything Constitution,that neither Congress nor the Territorial ha been tolj by men in kigh places that they mOt cheerfully )OU ; to ,
about politics, to thorough' knowledge of the ment, which will judgment dictatesC. P.M.
Governmeni has the right of interfering in the were covered with a moral that you use a* your
It will not be long before it will be known whether which leprosy ; they JAMES W. SHF.ftWOOD.Tax .
principles governed the earlier Presidents. D. MAYNARD.
hare with Mexico. It matter at all. That Congress has this supervisorypower belonged to a race of inferior beings ; and Assessor and Collector tot Leon C.uhty-
we are to peace will terminate.-seems But, i may be that the political platform on which is proved by the fact that Congress can leg. were unfit for social contact with the sons of Argus Office,Portland, March 26, 1i6.( May G, I84S. 42 f
very neertain how attempt the old General stands, was by other architects None genuine unless signed I. BUTT, on the
erte islate directly for a territory, if i pleases-that theycan the Puritans AH this has been submitted to ., tJ
Mexican Congress
The difficulty i. in getting together a : than himself I is not impossible that his political provide for the appointment bj the President ofmembers with stoical indiflerence., Religious tests were wra-per Price one dollar per bottle;or six bottle* G renes, 6tc.in s .

te ratify the treaty. Public men there are creed was framed by other heads than his of the local legislature; and that the priilege instituted. The Northern Churches began to for five dollars. nnn LBS- BACON HAMS, SIDE anti J :. 1"

/rate to act-they dread responsibility. They are .wn, and that the Genera in obedience to the principle of electing members of the Legislature by the vaunt themeel yes. Southern Missionarieswere For sale by E BARNARD, Jr. Dniainst, Tallaha iUjUUU KHiT) Ibs best SHOULDERS Lard,, : .';

tniious to preseriethsmselves in popular favor,lest avowed in his liston letter, is only approving people of a Territory, is only 1 a boon granted by unfit to j become the heralds of the cross. ee, D. LADD, Newport, and by Druggists generally 500 Ibs. Lf Rice. 1
their career: may be cut short, and their chances for of what the declare by affixing his contributions the United States. 20 bbls. St. Louis Flour i
mtjD-y may Congress, and not a right inherent in such people Their came up polluted with the throughout t
riling to the head of tome new revolution be lost. to that l letter We believe there can be Id sacks RroCofVr.
signature while they remain in a state of territorial va alage. price of unpaid labor, and were unholy offer ------ --- -- ------ ----- 1 I
This and the duire of many respectable citizens little doubt that the letter of Gen. TAYUJR to Capt. 5 The Governor whose the enactment of to the Christian The Ice
too, power in ings treasury. religious Ice Ice 50 rectified Whiskey, 4 _
that oar army should remain in tb. country to pro- \u.i laws in a Territor.is co-ordinate ot to dignity position ; subscribers will deliver ICE at the Ice House 10 .
tect the people against their own bad: government, sent to the old General for Ins signature. We are Legislature, is appointed bj the President, and derives and, with a (magnanimity of feeling forever TIE 0 to 7 o'clock every morning,at .cents It 10 .. Madeira Wine, !!

and the intrigueof their politiciansrender it doubt-t.1 convinced of this, by the fact that Mr TOMBS, in a all his powers, not from the people, but from ; honorable 10 rose in their might the Ice House, or :cents per lb. up town. Person 4 Sherry {**e

(. whether a quorum of their Congress will assemble. letter to the A. J. MILLER,stated that Gen TAYLOR the living in the surrounding .iage will be farishe 9 C Clne r :
the laws of The then arises:- spurned ties Ecclesiastical union which
Congress. question Ice at the Ice House 3 pound by Candles, Cheese, Pickles, Olivee
The Pena Pena it is said fo cnt. per Sp.
acting President, y would lon make his political opinions! known to D the exercise of such a power by Congress united them, and at once organized themselvesinto hundred weight. Oite al. .Mustard, Peppef.Ground Pepper i l

it anxious to have the treaty ratified, and it is even the country. How could Mr. TOMBS express sucha imply entire jurisdiction over the whole questionof Southern bies J. a J. T. DAFFIX. Gre.n Black Tea&fcc, at the ger' ;

laid be will assume the responsibility of ratifying it hope in the face of the repeated declaration of the slavery&*** We answer in the negative, because This cb ck a moment, (lie fanatical Tallahassee, May 20, 19L. 44. .Iort S. S KNIJ .

upon himself, in case Congress cannot be brought to General, that he bad not formed any political prin. Congress is but the mere agent or trustee of the spirit whish was abroad in the North ; but, April 29,1813. 41 J

act.What ciples, and that he would administer the Govern people of the several States,and in carrying out their finding that |he political was less scnailiretban Notice Pure Sulphate of Quinine. l'

the state of things will be if the treaty ment in strict obf'rnnct of the Constitution, unless agency, or in executing the trust confided to them, the religious South, the crusade1 re SIX months after date, the 1ndenige Adrami subscribers have on band two hundred and '
tbould not be ratified, it is hard to tell. The chief of the estate of late o( THE .
he was aware of the fact that the letter in question they must confined to the I legitimate objects of newed. Contumely' insult and reproach have ounces of Sulphate ofQunine.which thev !
officers of the army are absent from the field. The b Lon Coulty.il present his accounts an I Ytuch.t have obtained direct from the manufacturers' and! .
would shortly aa and how did he know that it he[ trust. The right to abolish or prohibit slavery in their turn been heaped upon us, and it has e of Probate for said County ;
lon. they will warrant it to be article.
lUelf smalL The administration will be in a t
army would appear unless he w'as cognizant of the place must emanate from sovereignty which knows no su- all been submitted to with a philosophic! calm. and pray a final settlement and discharge from We have enlarged our stock ,of Drugs and Medicines .
lavor of strengthening it, but we have a Congress '
and time of its manufacture perior, and neither I the Territorial Governments,nor ness. Our rights hare been assailed ; our said estate. by recent am vats, and are prepared to execute

which is very far from being disposed to suit its acts rutin addition to thiswe find theNathvilie Wu* the General Government, can be honor impugned ; our homesteads threatened ; JOHN B DE CORCE. orders 'for articles in our line, at wholel or retail, '
conidere a possessing 20 1f.1 44 Cm
May ,
to his advice, and there is every indication that new predicting, that he (t.e General,) would declare it sovereign Congress is wi'h. and we have :replied by sluggishly i folding our on the most accommodating trm .
powers. supreme
lorce. will not be granted. The whigs are opposedto We have also a few account yet due fo tti for tf e
to be his fixed determination to leave to the Legislative arms and ; a little mure rest, a little .
in the sphere of its delegated powers, because the eryng Cigars Cigars Tear I'M' ?. They are genera'ly in amount. ii
fighting out the war, and w ill probably take .il s'C
department of the Government the business of people of the several States have divested themse'ves more slumber to our eye lids, and folding of SPANISH REG ALIAS just received Iut if the whole could be paid would gd

to close it by a iolriou. retreat from the enemy'scountry. : legislation,without i interposing his individual wishes of these powers, and conferred them upon their the arms together." 15)000 andfors.lebv far towards liquidating certain !1mI which we owe. -

Upon their own showing, if they believe much less his official influence to thwart, shtpe common agent. But it does not, therefore, follow The tempest gathered ; fanatacism was em. L&H. GREENBERG &COMiy20,1919 LEWIS&AMES. .
what they this j-hould have been their first act 44 April2.lt.I 41 .
say control it "andfurther,that he ill interpose boldened abolition establishedin .
; w never that Congress is also ,sovereign. The General Government ; an paper was :
the present session. But they shrink from it, his veto in of the of" the of ,
a except case manifest ha te, and would have much right to prohibit property Citj Washington- centre one HOUSE. Notce. .
thus virtually condemning their own position What want of due consideration when a of the oldest is AACHUA creditors. entitled i
bj Congress,or there in a horse as in a slave. Independent of the slavcholding regions. I suf Jtatee. persons to
they will do if the treaty fails cannot b foretold.- has been a clear and palpable violation of the Con. fered quietly to issue its weekly poison, J \nmaniville, Florida. m dufributmn. in thieEstafenTbeohiiIusBcstty.
> i. the Constitution in relation to slaver,
Their movements are anomalous, that no guide is having the are betty ntitf that their claims and .1' l'
s stitution. The Whig further dds : .This we undertake pander to the,morbid feelings! of a fanatacism Plreha.e
it results from the nature of the trust,thai Congress .wilt expiration of twoycarv
very formerly -t
furnished which of their future b
by to conjecture ac's.The
wild with The South '
whole to say, from uaijucttionablt nulcncc now in cannot pass laws not necessary to (the proper already ] intoxicatio. \Y. Pearson, Eel., at Ntwnanstillc, E. F'., i. now the granting of letters testamentary to the 01- -t it
matter ret. with them The Presi- our po> ession, is the broad corurrvatiee W'hig Territory. regulate the use discovers no signs of rebellion. She is thus, ready to accommodate Boarders. and Travellers, and J"r.inl. unless the same are exhibited within tie J

dent has given a full exposition of his policy, and ground which Gen. TAYLOR will occupy," ic- government I may to some extent under the mesmeric influence hopes by his exertions to make hn guests aa comortable years to the undersigned, or to James T. ; < .
of and the Territorial Legislature,
measures corresponding with his views have been What evidence could the Whig have bad., save a property so may of the North. Next, an Abolition Speaker ( as possible He ha good stabling, and a -Archer,her Attorney. :1ft'
but it cannot abolish any of the essential rights of rate ostler always in attendance. ELLEN A. .
r1ae before Cngel and the whigs have now to knowledge that this let'er was written,and would be property. it requires the exercise of sovereign of Congress is to be foisted OB UK. This theyare frt GEORGE M cAtrIN. Executrix of Will ofT. BaUy EETY, dec'i\ : i

siv what shall one. The voice of the country sent, or bad been sent to the General, to be signed I the introduction into aerntorj.it sure they can succeed in. The South are May 13, 15<9. 43 ApilS9,1843? 41 w
to prohibit slavery 1ewnu1if
calls for an honorable termination of the war, and and him other and power afraid us. They feel the of their t .
promulgated by Surely none humility f
must follow, (that neither Congress nor o of
this is incompatible with an abandonment of the this is proved by the identit of the prediction with position. Besides they are afraid to fight a Lost or Mislaid, Lte Paintings. !1 .
the Territorial Legislature, can such prohibitory -
frld. How the majority will sjuare their conduct the position of the Genera],as announced in this let pass sectional battle. They will fail hereafter to Two promissory notes viz: one note on John C. WILL b di..p of by Ltery. a. soon ai all .
be left the
laws. to
must peoplewhen they PAINT.
with their professions, vll be a matter of deep interest ter. Indeed,the very language is used almost word I: the I right of self-government, and no ether receive any of the loaves and fishes if they do. made payable to .\rnet first&. Manning of or HGS, aU of which will takm.tbe be encased following in elegant. gilt .
assume bearer, for one hundred ?, Januarylst. t
,to those who have at heart the honor of our for word in both casesIt cannot be said that the This is their argument, and this is the rei an4 frames: f f1
touch it. dated in the fall of Itt; note on J
country. I these should be contradictory as heretofore Editor of the Whig was informed by Gen. TAYLORof power can i sponse of 31 r* Calel "the young and talent.ed Vtniicr,made payable to Arnett &on. Manning, for A correct likeness of Gen. DAVID E. Twice, in i i

it will be well-if otherwise, it will take the he would because is of Ta lor. : member frm ." A little dragoon eighty dollars, due first cf t J nl.I l last, dated in the uniform. S
position occupy im- Whig Opinions Gel. ) A correct likeness of Lieut. Cu!. C. A. MAT, in ;
many long years to heal the wound they ,'il thereby rxwible that he could have done so except by letter, '\e have had occasion to quote horn the AUlt ing and the :Southern Whig members arc all also,precise cautioned date not recollected trading for All either persons olwid uniform. .. J

inflict. Whether they prefer con!utency in contra- and the editor of the Whig does not pretenJ ever to .1epiJ>hc, a Clay whig paper,to show what kind ofan driven into es. Abolitionist- is seated are hereby notes against JOHN MANNING.[ With the following Fancy Paintings, from LordByron's :

dictions, or in fashioning their acts to their words, have received such letter We are strengthened in opinion an ultra whig" can express as to Gen.T.1LR.1 where he can wield! a more deadly power. May 13, 1IS. 41 4t "M Work "

of this we are sure, that the people wit! not suffer this opinion bv' the fact, that the letter of Capt. AL- fitness for the Presidential chair, and we against t us than can the President of the United ; Auora Pern.Rby.t.appointed Astarte to act, .Maid ofSroa.- .. .

them to play their fantastic tricks, by permitting LISON is so dictatorial in its terms, as the one again present our readers with an extract from the States. Notice. ( the numbers a soon as possible a wi please '

them again to have an accidental! majority in Congress written but no two dav's previously to the editors of the same paper, which we commend to their careful perusal A little time is then given to see how this PROPOSALS will b received at the office of the RUSSELL, Artist. o :
is swallowed. A few and I Secretary of for carrying seventy-five April 22, ISIS 40 ,
; They have had enough of it. pill grimaces slight copies s
Richmond will l t.e well known is
is doubt in The Republic, it ,
ThEre our Florida, ?
to Wet to .
Rtpublcan. of
n Digest
Time will twice.
Thompson's b : please up
and the mind into its Qunc
tI .__.. u__.__ mind but that the letter m question was written at posed to the General' nomination on many nausea, public relapses deposited in the different Counties for sale. Pop !
l/anii; nu. lilA OP-I former quietude. Now the mesmeric sleep iaprfec. gals to be opened on 22d m t. Store :
Washington by those who despairing alike ol success and in the article from which the annexed utact th fo Ren
most daring attempt was by some negro Let slip the dogs of war. At once A. MAXWELL,
Jai with a no-party candidate. or with a candidate: taken, he is tell ins his whig friends what will E store formerly Fortune is S .
cr white thieves rob the store of Messrs BIRCH of the incendiary are lighted in Secretary State. TiE Ocupie b '
t standing upon the old platform of whig) ;erv, which aid of the General by the Democrats, it he i* run by up C, lSt3. 42 rent* possession given 1ovpmbr 1. Applyo
ETT a LtNl'EuIGII: of this city, on Tuesday our midst. Seventy slaves are abducted in May ?
I had been so repeatedly blown sky high, sought to the whigs, and he urges the truth of these things FORTUNE
i .i ic ht last. The robbers had entered a blacksmith a to right.! Their April?. IS I't 40 '
form a political faith for the ""old hero" which is a reason why be should not be tikej op in opposition viandiaegar every] captor
shop and procured sundry tools and a bar of iron, when arrested, are visited Notce. EDWARUM.WEST
either which would make him but tried and statesman i
meaningless or to a experienced ; weeks after ( we apply to the Hon
and with a couple of old axes had forced the rear I by condoled with, bail tender SIX '
the mere nuppet to register the decrees of Congress, .The prestige ot General Ta)lor', supposed inincibiliiy' Congressmen : of the Probate Court in and for Benton Notary Public, ;
i door of Messrs B. I L's store, and entered immediately -: no matter what might be the principles upon which I is gone ; for every general, colonel, caI [)- ed, and counsel ottered ; and when the out- County, South Florida, for letters of administration T./lLII.fSSEE, FLORIDA.April ; .

into the midst of their assortment of goods thc were formed. I tam and corporal in the American army, has prevailed raged citizens betray come emotions of resentment on the estate 0 Charles Lang, late of said County 13, ivlS 39 .l
The object of the thieves, however,mu t have been over the Mexicans in recry instance, with all privileges are gravely demanded, the deceased[ : _

money, as we have not heard that the proprietois of the odds in their favor. They are imbecile and felons and their abettors are sought to be C. T. JENKINS, 1 Ad mr.j. Horses for Sale. .
(:el. Scott and the War Department cowardly ; and of all troops in the civilized world, JOHN B. \JLE. S
the store have a yet missed any goods They suc- I would afford us infinite gratification to be able can be the least depended upon in the hour of battle, armed, and the injured citizens disarmed. *n?County S. F., May C, 42 Ct rrnvO goo HORSE sale, that work :

ceeded in finding a small amount of money, and in but the glitter of cold iron frightens them too bad to Open this are now justified, and JL in injrle .-. .a.
to lay beforn our readers the between outrgllke ,
carrying off with them a couple of large pocketbooks correspondence permit them to stand long enough to suffer it to bend ue for the torch of the incendiary Proposals Loan. Apply to R. H. WHITING, -
Gen SOT the Secretary of War, Mr. MARCY, in their cowardly bosoms Again we ask for the a April 5, 1S g. 3 At the Tin Mirufactory.
its destructive blaze _
containing valuable papers, but no money.- to light up throughout
but our limits w ill rot permit us to do'0. The Sec evidences of Gen. Tayfor'g eicil terticet. When '
The was discovered the next and I the South TPEASUBT DEPARTMENT, Buggies for Sale.
robbery morning did he in the national Senate 01 House of Re- .
retarv's Utter i. in reply to an attack b, Gen. .
the tool, JLc. identified at.d claimed, hut no SOT >resentatives ? What chair of State did be ever It is time that the South was aroused to ac April received four handsome Leather Top BUG- *
cue on the War Department, and that JUST
has a yet been obtained a to the burglars This is through Depart- fill Of what legislature was he ever a memberWhat ? tion. I once'loved' and revered this Union, propotifo wift be received under the act GIE made expressly for this market. Apply .b
ment on the Administration written the O of 31st March last, antilS, m,on ,
was by be of bin p Saturday! H.
I speech can produced a testimony to WHITING
the first a threw the broad of its R
attempt of the kind that has been made in because it regis protection
151 I tq for sixteen of dol.
General after his suspension from thechief command, civil qualifications ? Where are his political writ- the 17th of June miiCM March 25, ISIS. 36 At Tin Manufactory. '
thu city for many month, and we sincerely, hope it but d not logs to show that he understands the science of government over all ; because it was the bond that hire of Unite States stock, rim 1s3Me twenty j
I will. .e purport to b in reply to any specific because its the after the ht ilay of July, ,bear- Sea Island Cotton Seed.
be the last. Our cit government ouJ to } Did he not state in a letter, in answci to united equals; cement was rears IgS
strengthen our police, and )see to it that the patrol communication from the Secretary of War,to whom inquiries put to him, (Z-that he wa not acquainted d blood of heroes of equal valor from North nnd ng six per cent. interest per annum j payable semiannually BUSHELS SUPERIOR SEA ISLAND COTT03T i
it is addressed is a deliberate bill of indictment tritfi the and the on the firs days of January and Jul of 50
I public questions ef day, inflicted the SEED1 from Charleston, for sale bv
laws because
meaun South and
are enforced in future. If this is not attended ; an injury on each jeJr: No bid will be recerred below
against the Government, and its publication was and that,before hecan answer them, he mu't get thedocuments par ; LADD. 7
I to, the citizens will begin to complain humblest member, however remote from the will bid be considered un1e.one per cent. there D.-NIEl
and his mind ? Tb."hl any
lon called fur by the Whigs in Congress an election makeup s tellus Newport, March 18. 1*tS. 3 j
a that his despatches are well and ably written, great centre of'action, wa an injury inflicted of is deposited in some depository of the Unitt
Florida A oluuteer*. eering paper to help prostrate the Democratic party f-srTTurrwERr! WRITTEN BY HU ADJCTAtT I on all, and vibrated with intensityfrom States at or before the date fixed for opening pioKttals. Notice. 5 t

We have been furnished b) Gen. RnSELL of East in the coming elections But oh what a fall was MINERAL BLISS -C5 They say be is a strong minded one extreme to the 01 .qua. loved the The bids,in all cases,must be unconditional, SIX weeks after date the undersigned will apply
the bids
reference of ether and
Florida, with the following list of names of those I there when the document and the Secretar,'a rejoinder man ; but they do not produce the testimony!, and Union in its palmy days for its common blessings md should without state any distinctly the to premium ,The the Hon. Judge of Probates for Leon County .
he is utterly without in public aflairs (ferd. for letters of the of
experience administration on estate V
of the Florida Volunteers who have since the ere received! The Whigs, cunning a they and I it for its should be sealed,and endorsed "
d.e I Such an abstract of what democratic editors will now despise common cur. troposals Proposal. A L'crthelot,deceased, late of Leon County.JAMES .
Company was mustered into thc er\ice of the Government .- thought them-elves were caught in a trap c tremendous publish! te the people The lynx-eyed Ieenneil of 5cs. It is no. longer a blessing. It is an alliance for the loan of IS Is,"and addressed to theSceretaiy T. ARCHFK. ,. I '

: :power. Gen Scorr' overwhelmirg arrayof political opposition will (caricature general's pure in, its origin, but unholy in its con- of the Treasury, Washington City,D. C. The sums April r5. tH. 37 6w t,
which be accepted will be required to be paid
and character till he will dwindle may
down in
damning charges" was fotird to be another fame
NcwiAMsviLLF.na ra. May 12, 1 SI 5. I their paperstoa dwarf from the giant proportions I tinuance. Equal: can only live together in to the depositary of the United States nearest the Spring and Summer I
Gentlemen :-Beluw you have a list ef the names &hasty plate of !soap" affair-hi. fact and figures which he now possesses IIov was it in the last unity. Sooner than submit a day longer to places of residence of the persons respectively whose Go.BETOX

of the persons who have died since they joined the without foundation-his Grievances and injuries I I election in Georgia General Clinch's military services the insult oftbe free States-sooner than have iflers may be successful; but the amount of the ac & HIGGS

Honda Rifle Company, and their residences!, up to groundless. He H placed hart du combat by it-the did not avail him against an ordinary man, but of pride humb:ed Hy the daily cepted bids I from bidders not residing in the Unite ,
the 29th March, 1&4S. This list is every ftelng with the IE and R
: correct having amiable States, must be assistant trtasu- I' now receiving large general assortment :
Secretary kills him dead door respectable And: although !- deposite
hen sent to me by Lieut Roman B. Sanchez ; and.as a a a nail The very did riot believe that gentelan. reproaches the fanatic-let this hitherto ers at New noton,Philadelphia,or New Or- .11. of of SPRING AND SUMME GODS;
we -
most of the men resided in Middle Florida I send friends of the Administration, however, are under a the qualifications requisite Geneal to make an excel possessed glorious Union be riven to its centre. Let eans, which* they invite the atention .

you a list, thinkingyou would like to give the infercition load of gratitude to the brave but petulent old Gen- lent ,the whig mutt hare, and felt hit no Mine b left to point to its former exis To give an epportunitj" to all pron to participate March ;, 1SJ8. .
to the friends and relatives of the deceased governor in the investment of funds in bids will
eral for the War .
Yours, 4c giving Department so good an opportunity leant of more civil service Gen Taylor baa had tence. lh. South rally upon its own be received for the lowest denomination of certificates New Goods-Spring Trade. ;
of itself! from slandersand none He has never been, General Clinch was,
vindicating Whig a and the
t energies crusade is then
SAMUEL ; law for dollars well
RUSSELL a member ef We forth these fact. great i authorized by -being fifty -as
Congresd put
falsehoods, and it baa been done most triumphantly if alone S. F. BUREY
and statements for the consideration of our able co- pressed upon ps- physical power is a for higher sums.

OlE ICEA5. and conclusively I is the most overwhelming temporary, of the Richmond Whig, and that of other to determine Our destiny a a people-Jet the All certificates under one thousand dollars wi be "TfTOULD return thank to th public and Country

Capt. R G. LivinstonAlachua County. vindication that has emanated from that Department whig editors and members of the party,but more especially land Washington, of Jefferson, of Marion, transferable on the books of the treasury,; all V V planters geerl1 or rt pas liberal patron
Lieu!. D. M Stewart, Columbia o certificates for that sum and transferable -
Sergt J. B JSurf', .. of the Government in a score of years. It has silenced gia" for the consideration o th wbig of Geor. of Sum'er, of!Jackson, and their compatriots, on the bob of the treasury upward, or by b deliverywith age he a has continuance of the fhem.same.and respectfully I have just re requests -. -

Sergt. T the factious press of the Whig partytheyare _ become the cemetery freemen, rather than coupons attached, at the option of the bidder. eived.per Warcallar,from New York,a GENERAL 5

Corp. William T. Ball, Marion a dumb a mice. This alone i is truth of its Well HU. continue the abode of slaves. To avoid expense, confusion, and multiplication of ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, which call and canine ,

PRIVATE. strength and power. The reader cannot help but We find the following in the Richmond Enquirer It is impossible to subdue the feelings sufficientlT accounts all certificates with coupons attached will for yourselves. .
w.StnngfellowAlachua. W. E. Tallahassee be for the of thousand dollars.
A.E Hai., .ee. W.Gilleland.Eryan. pity Gen. SCOTT, as he follows Mr. M.KC throughhis of the 12th instant, and publish it for the benefit of to reason with such propositions 8 The successful sum bidden will b required to depositethe March 23, 1S. 3. '

C. Scott, Madi* R. P. Speir, scorching reply-pity him for his weakness, his whom it may concern:- are nlw, held'io.t by the free States. In the amount awarde in five equal instalments in each Tax Sale.

John Grant,Talabauee. W.RDangerfieldAlligator hasty, irritable and unfortunate temper. As a soldier Original Cor slI1&tl.- yesterday morning of Mr. Calhoun but a few days since of the July, August,September,October, HatoJ
J C. Vickers, received b! the Fredericksburg mail the 'follow language I had with and November of the present year, except for sums BY power vested in me by bt ::
n 8ln&m Ore. Mai.on. -as a commander a tactician-he is ORE:IT- soon a
& ra.on ah.n for sole, before the Court H
C. Morgan, Allizator. ing epistle We publish it verbatim and literatim, Snatf not exceeding twenty thousand dollars, where the expose d ; a"
W. McClemmy, Midison I). Tidwcll, Lwndcs, Ga -but all these, and many other eminent qualifications for the benefit of the Virginia Whig Tavlor organs, mnia Bat we are to blameounel"s bidder may he destrons of making immediate pay. door, in the town of ilislier, Hamilton County.no 1

WtThomas.Columbia J.WL\inusTalahasle. cannot make us losq sight of the fact that heis which have not yet succeeded tu detining Old Zac's to some extent. It is possible to ment, in which case the whole amount mal at once .ida, o the first Monday in NOTmbrI'8. the '

J. Leach, Algato. SoU, after all but a >IAJ -an, imperfect, erring man petition" lose east by laying down and being kicked b deposited. The stock will bear interest in all cases ollowin? de KTibed property. so ( a ;
B. Smith, R. Ecte. I Mister Richy I wants to ar von :( question, but about with impunity by blustering bullies. from the date of deposite.The wi pay the Slate and County Taxes due thereon for a.
I.CaDDon,S*. M"UD. Lay, Leon County. I hope jon won't Icve me much in tliedark ugm. bnte will be opened at the Treasury Depart )ear 1S47. to wit : :
B. S Tuly,Tallahassee J-We observe that the Ocala .'rp blaming ral taler did mister republican in answer to them This w bare too frequently submitted to. ment -, p. m, e Saturday, the nth June, l* tS, The South West quarter of Section 31. Township ,a. ,
the of State for the low amount to have ourselves sub. a I. Rin 13,South and East, to belong toVilliamJ. .
I Secretary given three qlltstionf \hizen1st We paralized by potent in the presence of all persons who may desire lo attend re purporting ..

Methodist Clioreh.: (the newspapers forpubhiahingproposed amendment. -ii irinral taler. a neutral man, or a Jefferson mission to intHt! Union has been to sweet ; but,under a provision introduced into the act Mills .

The Convention of the M. E Ch'lrchMw in to the Constitution We extend our sympathy to democrat, like be ged he w as sum lime ago and purchased! at the coat of our of .list of March last, no biJtler win be frmitteil JOSIAH Tax Col.T. BAISDEN Hamilton heif. :
session and .
2d-which the skeerdest, henry cIa or ole to withdraw his bid. On all bids not sceered, (tie ex office Co jV '
, in Pit.bur Pa., has declined to receive Dr L the .rg.but would surest that it would be better 3& Ian-ain't. sum ov the whig organ in ZC this self. Here let submission stop and resilancetake mount deposited in advance will be immediately April S. 3 ts"Wakulla ,

, fitmcE, the Delegate from the Church South. The to where it properly belong. The a.leetle out ov tune ; and, if no, which M out oetunislZin place ; and if the South is true to herself eturnetl. The whole premium the amount a- --- .

l letter of Dr. P. was referred to a committee, whose Secretary acted under a I law of the last Legislature, hule, ,our til deth, we may yet rise from the dust. warded must be deposited a part of the first payment Springs J. .

ffprt. after much discussion; w..amended so a tofd which, ol course,he could not disregard for the benefit GUS. HE TIL. 0" propose again to examine the grounds as. required in July next MAtE AND FEMALE ACADEMY 3 .
Hentilvil, Va. R. J WALKER. ,
ol us poor printers ; and if the Argus will take sumed by a portion of th Southern people Secretary of theTreasurv. NEWPOftT. VAKULtc.4 fO N"Y.

.\tea a letter from Rev L. Pierce, D. D., the trouble to refer back to its old .files, it will find British .fry.The English Go"ernrnen had on with a view off ascertainiig who hare courted Each. of the daily pipers of Boston, New York, THE subscriber;. infot the jinblic f

dl'te Methodist Episcopal Chnrch South, that the last Legislature was whig by a very respectable the first day of January of the present yearan Army by their action the storm which is now break Philadelphia, alimort Charleton, and New Or- he Has opened the ab IDi(6 on. itt j h
proposing fraternal relations between the Methodist amounting in the azregate to 123, 71 men. The< ing our beads. leans. and in all lther ',the papers selected to which al? the branches to al rdn f. C
praninl .
The therefore upon )
t-pwcopal Church North,and the Methodist EpiscoNl majority. whiglegislaiore, ,not were distributed I follows: C TTrw n 'T print the laws of the.United States are authorized cation will be taught. 1 Inltitlli'n.m rerriam' v

Church. South, has been presented to this Con.In00' the Secretary, hould b'blame. Of course, the In Great Britain 3S.OOS 1 UitU. to publish this advertisement. -In sipo until the first day N.e aer next in. s fi'

an whereas there are eerioos questions and Jrgiu w ill take occasion to corrert Us error. We'l In Ireland, 2\2!'f April 29,1848. 41 order &parents who vitfit the Sptfnsp with IhVif ,

lie existing between the two bodies; therefore In India, 22.SHS Printing Prtllt Pulpiif, and Women. (am i lies'may haVean opportunity of educating theiftiildreft

lec.The Abroad,' 35.732 These are thejthrea! that govern New Grocery Store, .and at the'same time enjoy tne advantage *

in" ****'""', That whilst we tender to Dr. Pierce Washington correspondent of the Baltimore the movements of gea1lcter them, FUST opened in the buildmg next to Mr. Geo.H. of the sea breeze end mil! water. c

personal courtesies.and invite him to attend our Jlmeriran, writing under tate of llth inst. says I Total, _ _ 123,971 would 1'ord. &I I Megmniss where I the various of Groceries TV terms are atf( Rill of 3 months\ r
Isioe1, this the bottom fall -society he. kin.
General. Conference doe not colder lear that the Senate has'confirtned the following J.e-Jre-Our rulrr ee from the advertisement woul and Western Produce can b had lowest market reparatory Derailment, which tmbnc Readme/ /
5mfriJl present, '> enter into fraternal relations "il come*cho again. The press make people I would those Spelling. l'rtinl aid \ c, $1
wishing to
nonHnafio, viz. Generals] Twine and J. J. T. price pur. 0
military column
in another Mfurs. Advamed Enirh_h ffudies. .
def'tboil! Episcopal Church South; provi- & patriotic// pulpit religious, bu trontnr an.svxreth chu to call and examine the qualities and price s r
nothing> in this resolution shall WOOL to b. Major Centrals ; Colonel CHURCHILL DA.-J'II, that they have for sale a" large and well all things. There would .no gein before inventing their money. D. WithlheC1sig-, C ,J'

.'t 1 fcl5d*! Dl I to Operate .a bar to any pro| o- to be a Brigadier Geaeral \ Captains WAIHINCTOH arranged stock" of let, and we would adia themto to church if there* were no b. there ; : S. S. KNIGHT. Book.Do with the French, 15 O

e'f the.:JtW 2 111:Pierce, or any Chnrch other South representative, toward and BaAG ol the Artillery, to be Lieutenant Colonels give the Messrs DATUM. a call .before purchasing nejtbtr{ would] there be any going to war, April !, ISIS. 41 rig',1Jel'.I.tem.. ..- )11.0

bOdya,4it f Ep'capa nistin.difficulties between that ; and THOMAS, Acting Adjutant General,to b elsewhere"-especially I they can obtain the wee the soldiers to meet with no applause Evening das-es will be oened; for the inerrtiettod'f

.A I. Lieutenant Colonelarlan.The ; article n where else. crept from the masttHines.! Without the persons who Notce.any against the Laif nd Genllvmen in the French langtetgfe.-
deman' wish to
study that polite 1sagnsg.
ALL may
11 .o, te nt 3"Jn and nays,u follows; ,'eaa WbiB ;Srate Convention of Maryland Early Cotton.-W were shown a cotton blossom surname shed by woman,tne rosebuds'oft c- of Theophilus & !, dfe aed', are Boarder's will be received into the Umily 4f tu

held at Baltimore on Thursday, the llth on Thursday evening last, which came from a field tiot would never bloom, nor the powers of hereby notified to present them delay to the Principal at $15 per month wahin inlu.
h e -The latest advices from Mexico instant, declared HENRY PLAT to be the first and within three miles of town,and must have been rltfjuonce germinate. In short she U the undersigned. or to James ELLEN T Archef.ijterrf A. BEATTY.theahersigned. Th4 young Ladies Will b under te fpitndecc -
olt of M
Z9tied Jrrt"16 She hat th treaty will at lilt bt Gen. TAYLOR the second choice of the Whig of from it. appearance, at least one week This engine.delight, and the great motive p".erotove. I Executrix of Te,1lu Beatty.deceased. rs..Wilcn.W.. P. WILSON. Principal.

b :rtxic&Confcs3. Maryland for the rreidtnqy.I first we have heard of cotton blooms. tafar ad ciiz&n.. r rpri2J, I 1. 8. NewprtiApri". 1548. 37 -J


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"; : BY-AUTHORITY.- onist, Martin j/an Duren, had borne to his Spices, Pickles, :&c. .AKXXm 1 THBCinilitntlon V Boot and Bfctfe M .nA.
I-I' :,:. manly: character and exalted virtues.It U DERWOD'pickle Gerkins. Mingoe On- of the State o Florida. rpHE"nn JL entire I stock r and.bull! LCAI the .

V .I Iq4t'; } ,- icti ad RfMilutioni passed: at the First Session i is, indeed, shocking to all the higher in. Ler. Wal. L who i is maeri.l. o ,

:' 1 l';' '. of the Thirtieth Congress.NO. feelings of our nature, to think that, at per. nut ,Pepper Tomato and Pepper Ketchups Sauce Capers,Cider, ,Mustard fresh- Pro and agreed to by the third General respectfully Rur&L. inon abut hi lenin*tb Sat.

..l l'' :r.: haps one and tie same moment,the two writer Gooseberries and Currants in bottle*,Vinegar fresh Salmon, y; subject th action o the next CblicThat be is at present a old .tan where JAMES TUCx.EaI1HEubdensiavsfluhiin.i'
; 23 -AN ACTtochangethelocation cf certain were their two letters-:Martin Shad and Halibut in Powder and General Attembly. to exeenta wok in with'
Curry prepare
'J penning cani.ter I
,J j ':, \ liht houses and buoy of eipresting Cayenne, Brandy Preserved Currant I t promptness ad d"pth. He .o band the finest .L t"I
; 1' Be it entc'eJ by the Seatrand House of Repre- Van Burtn, inthe, spirit a man Cherie. Ginger of calf akin, of and will informiof the p Mk that ?
It 1 '" .'*fmbres ,of the United State t f America in a generous friehdahip, and Cassius M. Clay Jelly Macarroni,Vcricl.Ruaa! and American AN AJ3T$ to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th Ar- make at short notice,and in the miterial bt GENTLEMENS GLASGOW is now performing .
Isinglass, Irish Prunes that the the Sowannee River
: of this State
: That the <,f the in the a deadly hostility drie Currnl. ticlejof the Constitution 1 BOOTS AND btWM et.
Congress nutI'led a tiger every Chnab
&cretar temper {pf and Citron Judge of the Circuit Court shall bold their office SHOE derp: Key*. Thi boat is I
J i l":: Treasury, is hereby authorized to and that the friendship of the one and the fe. Nutmeg Mace, Ginger Allspice, Cinnamon, instead of tion. Boot rote.soled, otheriM I teriali and strongly,
for *
t a term of eight year duringgood1 propelled by two eariow. lt '
of the
.' tbt location following named ) He will tad
change lighthouses war. e
: good style
fl of the otjher were meant for one, the Clove,. Vamilla Beans, Sage, Summer and renabl. ch.r. carrying one hundred ton
rocity burthen !
c ': 4 to be built bytheactuftheIastes- Suo behaiCr. rant his work to equal to any in the place, o \t dirtl of his time the beloved of his country, sweet Marjoram Orange Fower. R.r.waters Stcxio.H I. Beit enacted by the Senate and House b cotton, with suitable accommodation
: V& ion. to t : Tel less point, on the Hudson man and to give good satisfaction to fitting as any for t
: extract of Rose I I a **
; of
Florida General
the State draft
Lmon. of Representatives of of singers light t
.; river to Tarrytown point, on said: river ; fmm Galve the great, the good, the illustrious Henry Clay.A For sale by LEWIS AMES. 1 other workman. requiring but mm
Clause water
That the 12th I es ,
& convened. thereby her -
Assembly enabling
ton to B from Island in JOHN LERCH. peo,
I 'j. < >lli point Long 1 ,
I .1n. Deembn".IS-7. the 5tl h Article of the Constitution of this State be regularly at all
of I t
r V & r, to the knoll connected with Cockpur lively girl had a bashful lover May 8, 1847. 42 tf HD t.e k.
country amended read follows viz That theupintion bus Cedar
.'. to as : K.ysleavlag Colainb
aid and that the Fine Perfumes 1 I a an c'
; inland,in the river Secretary
: .., ; whose name was Lock. She got out of pa. of the present term of office of the Judges morning It.7 A. M. aad t

1 :'l{ ;.. :I V of beacon the Treasury, initeaJ of be au.'bot7.light' to if substitute be shall deem a dumb it tience with hini at last, and in her anger de. From the Manufactory of Lnbin, Firii. of the Circuit Courts, with the exception hereinafter NEW GOODS. every FRIDAY mortriog.oclok.Should wfiei C.
J, :,. (: hIlr. half mentioned, the Ju.tice of the Supreme Court age b*extended, or the i nitre*,of 'writ.
4 for the interest from Santee river to the that Shakspeare had not Helilrope, Jockey Club Ge.
hit a RO
HEDYOSMIA subscribers would call the attention of the Iip
publr cares and Ihej Jutge of the Circuit Courtsshall be elected her to perform two trip
V at theentiance of Bull's about Patchouly, Mignionette, rHE per '
i" : outer pont i.lnd. many bad things a ought Shy for of and shall hold their to the choice and extensive assortment we.
V V. I Ambrosia of a term eight years, ofce willcheerfally ia, I ( r
the buoy by the act, to Seringa, Be. Arabia.Ber.de Reine, aeqiu. be
.. !, : hay : sid Lock. for that,; term unless sooner removed under pro. of GOODS, now receiving per Waku>la and change,or add boat to the _
bV the entrance of Bull's bay. shall b Eglantine, rgamotte, Vervain, Brig ii ,
t placed at Vania. Violet. Emeline. Their stock' has been with
\ V : Marrocain visions made in (ths; Constitution for the removal of care capacity to the one now loan'1!
:V : placed at r.ich points a! thecollerfoi of the port ofCnarleston.South Height of llI.manners-talking of dogs tn. Bcnqnet. from the most fashionable in New this emplo.
V V j' '. Carn1insha11 Also Glenn' Ashland Perfume, and Preston Judges:by address or impeachment; and for wilful etblihment. ticable bt wi uten frrpe\Jfi/s

C 4 ROBT.: C. XX'INTHROP JI'c while a person is ealing sausages. Merrill's Extract of Fragrant Flo\en. &neplect; of duty or other reasonable cause, whichhal York; and having been purchased prices wannee river Spring, and abo,,!
'f' be sufficient the they are enabled to furnish their customers at price Withlacoocbie river.
not for
; ; ; : of the Houeofflepresentatics. -r - The true Farina Cologne-also the Fretch and ground impeachment :
-I itkr G M t PALLAS, To Florida Baptists. American. Lavender and' Florida Waters, Bay Rum Governor shall remove any of them on the address proportionately low. Their The ur.dt"igne would further state tb,t h
4V ,. ':: and de la Heine fine Cosmetic rich Pomades of twollirds; of tbe General Assembly; Presided, other*, proprietor of this ,have iii
Vice President of I lie United States :and Ajrna bt availed I
,,, President of the Senate. SOUTH-WESTERN BAPTIST CHRONICLE Hair-oil and Hair-eyes, Shaving and: Toilet Saps, however. That the cause or cause shall be staled at i is r the ft 1 rteriab.ClYin !- selves of the provision of art entitled, ?I*
length r such address and entered the of improve the and to *
on journals navigation sJL!
1 t Arrrovc April S, IS 13. A WELT mUODICAL, DEVOTED T fine and coarse Comh Crushes for the head toted under the eye of Mr. all navigate the
: directly Stiman. nee river and "
each for other
V Nail and article of Cold Cream Hpu.e. 'ndpu"ieJfrtt""That the au"eor purpO' therein
FICh. fear i is
Religion, Science, Commercial and of shop-work thereby precluded,
,. ; literature in pot*. For sale hy ucror LEWIS AMES. clU'S shall Judge so intended persn'purchaing enacted at the last Ision of the Lgj 1r!
General Intelligence December & to be removed,and he be admitted to a bearing may rely upon gettin an article well Stale of Florida ; that they have Vl e !
1817. 20 Ihal
V .No.2t-.N ACT relating to the collection district recently *
( '. V Published in N. Orleans,under the Editorial care of in his own defence, any vote for such removal l made. Among the atice. comprising their company pursuant to the provuiomif S
L. of New Oilcan and for other
4. it enacted the and Haute purposes.Be of Rtpre WM. C. DUNCAN, A. M. !hal pt!s : and in such cases the vote shall be taken FALL AJVD WLVTER STOCKmay under the name and style of the Florida Stailii'
1 tae !and and entered the Journal of each nat Improvement and Steam
V. tentative* of United Staof America inS TT has long been the belief of the editor of the & yeas nay on be found the following: Navigation CaOM !
1.. '. ,- .. Co,, tu t.mbleJ, That from aad after.the passage -L .Chronicle" $s well a the conviction of all our .i the corner store under th Sentinel Office and House especl ively. Blk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats, Ba.k.Brown The Company will soon complef e their amattaS', *

-'.1 ,. '. *>t f this act,the city of Laaypte. in the State of Louisiana sO'Jlh.weater BiptisU, that the cause ot religion opposite the Buildings, SEe 3. Be under further this amended enacted.Constitution That the Judges,shall first be and Invis.Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,Su of Cotton which and due other notice will b gives, Co nn j.

t. shall! be added to in the port ofi" would receive more efficient support from the publication appointed Gotha Mixt Tweeds, and fancy col'd. Cassimer prout. the country*o 1'
Jh ., entry of New Orlean ; and that the office of surveyor of denominational newspaper in New Orleans ARE NOW OPENING a choice and well selected divide by lot into four classes. The first class shall Pel lots and Blanket Overcoats, &c.. Heavy Pilot liberal cash upon all property ,

C ',' for the city of Lafayette he :and is hereby abolished. than a from almost any other agency that can of CLOTHS CASSIMERS.. VEST- or (heir office or offices for the term of two and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine Blk when required. As soon I practicable a.bip

; ,, Approved Apirl 11, ISH.XO. be employed. Many have expressed a desire to see I INGS and READY-MADE CLOTHING The great years t the second for the term of four y eats,t the third and Blue Cloths, Pantaloons ol Black French Cas suitable packets will be established by the C
and in theselection for the term of six the fourth for the term ot between Key and New '
care taste years York
bestowt cthet simer Blk Ribbed do., Check & Cea
located there,and have avowed their go.warrnt fancy Plid. Striped In Ne
ole wiingnH leans
eight for
all who .
them to o
2.3.-AN ACT to authorize the issuing of a to contribute, both by money and by peronaleer. saying purchase years. do.; also Tweed, Sat melt Jeansdo.&e.: VESTSof conveyance of freight
register to the brig Palmetto. tions to its support ; but no person has, hitherto, good bargains, you will do well to call md examine [Pane the Senate by the Constitutional majority. Black and Farcy Satin, Silks thereby! securing( to all its patrons, a safe ai .,
S .. our stock. It would be a (Treat tax on time and patience Dfe ::2 1M7. Passed the House of Representatives ditious mode of transportation of their prooerrTi
I He it enacted It/the Senile and HuseofReprc. been found ready to undertake the responsibility and Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and Valencias, Plaid Silk
V V to enumerate the different sl)1eUd patternscomposir.g by Constitutional majority, January 6, either market as well a* return to pUtiU
tentative of the United Stol of America in Congress the arduous labor ot publication. The time for its ] Mazurkas, &c. &c. cargo Its
,' V assembled, That there be i issued under the di establishment: has, at length arrived ; and the Baptist this assortment : suffice ito Say that a 1813.] They have also an extensive assortment of Cloth*. estinaton. The rates of transportation wul! t
.1 I of these cloths and casaimers April 15, 1 ISIS.1
39 those
f portion are of 'Britain's Cm ecM heretofore aJwH
rdion of the Secretary of the Treasury a register i donomination especialy in the South-we is Cassimers and Vesting unmanufadure. consisting or
a Boasted Lustre for services
V 4 for the brig Palmetto, formerly a vessel called the now called on to sstain paper whose grind objectis and theclothingsmd in pa.t of: Superior Back Wool Dye lik but a materia reduction ttmrate *
article of their stock is
S Rjger Benrcmps, bit now owned by Moses D. flyS the promotion and the maintenance of true religion that every the most fastidious.a stl and quality Notice. Cloths, do. English do. do. ., English Blue and the i increase* il contemplated of at early p rio as aooai!

.. ams, S. B. Barnard, J"mes.id.l, and A. II. Abraham in r the Valley of the Misi: sippi. wi would please mention ALL persons having claims against the estate of Invisible Green Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and The facilities business shall warrant sh rrfoctiot

: V of the St ,teofSouth Carolina; and which said Nothing surely, need be said, to show the impor. th.l these CLOTHS are of II. Crowtllte of Wak-illa County, Castor do., French Black Cassimer, do. Ribbed do. oferP to parties of plralo
the fint-st texture, t the hc"t t to visit the
4V vessel,having been condemned at Charleston, in saidState tance nay, the absolute necessity in a religious Enlh wool dye, French dec'd., lie present tbem, duly authenticated do.. Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and all season the Uclh

V V f in consequence of injuries sustained at sea, point of new, of having a leMmination3 paper wool dye black,do. ,Lndon wool dye black, within the time prescribed by law, or they most fashionable styles; VESTINGS of Black and the most bealtby and desirable retreat* ((inYiU,

%.. V V was purchased by them; and which they have re publishe in this, the south I do. Cass., French and German. back cloths:,do. Cus"French sill bd baneJ ; those indebted to the e.taff. are Fancy Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen and others in the State and the beutir and lie
Cassimcrs.VESTINGS of the
4. paired and refitted for sea again : PoficJ. It shall wesler country. I ride1.endenttyufthe which fancy earnestly requested to make immediate payment. Velvet!. Cashmeres and Valencia, Venting of Rich scenery, Snwannec i
benft I of fine black Satin inducement .arP.t
VV. he proved to the satisfaction of of the would result to the city itself, whose all the fine plaid Satin, HARRIET M. CROWFLL. Executrix. Velvet Plush &C..C.ALSO lo many to avail laemsclv
Woollen Velvet ant excuriioa. o
Treaj'iry' that the COlt of the repairs made in the moral and religious: influence which can be broughtto Silk CashmercU and Polkanett NewportApril I. 18-9. 2m AN ASSORTMENT OF an p
Cerro Gor.lo and Cherubucn, Monterey This i
V United State, after the purchase of the said vessel bear upon it, none will deny the advantages accruing checked. Company having a they believe, all
READY MADE CLOTH I ING. Hats( and (Monterey VBro.? and BleachM. Cotton requisite mld
-Superior Fine blk. arrangement for the
by the preaent owners exceed* shree-fourths of the to the Baptist cause from the establishment ofa Cap convenience
Notice. -
French dress fcnd frock do. Linen Shirts < Undershirts, of the
". V ,. V original Coat of building a vessel of the same ton- denominational paper in a city where intelligenceof coat English wool dye commoafon public, they solicit its patrni
.q in the United States.' kind is readily obtained, and from whichit do. do., French Ca limr Sack Coats, Doe-skin do., ALL persons creditors, and legatees entitled to Blk. Ial Silk Cravats, >Silk and Merino do. age.(
nsge every so black and fancy cloth Sack mixed doe-skin or otherwise interested in the es do opera
Approved April ?, ISIS.RESOLUTION.. be disseminated than flom apply to Merar D.
more easily P.
C ; !tV: other can in the South would be incalculable.With any.- coats, black beavercloth sack and over-coats, black tate ot Anderson Snoed, late of Jefferson County Rich Fancy Sjtin and 5 Undershirts, SMITH &Co., Columbus Meur SMITH 4. HA1.
Vt city Cloaks. Pantalootuulfine black Cas.iimermedium deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claim Plain do Scarf, >Brown Cotton and Cotton- RIS Mesr PCTNAM

I. ,: A RESOLUTION the of of Mexico the Mississippi the other on the New one Orleans side, and the Gulf( do., a great variety of fancy Ca.xrimer pants of the and demands within. two years from (this date lo the Jenny Lind lbks. > ade Drawer, Cedar M.dlon.to the undersigned. A RH.UD.
tendering congratulations rn
V I possesses a latest style. VrJ" of very description. Military undersigned, or the same will be bard ; and all Ek. White ad Id Kid$Gum Elastic Suspenders, JAMES
the American to the French people. greater facilities communicating with every large TUCKER.r .
Trimmin Shirts Gloves indebted to said estate ., /Merino and Cotton Half.
HoMcry Cravat makeimmedite
Resolffl h.I the Senate al.llOIt, of R wta- city in the United State, and for obtaining an early ell- persons are requested to I i TAnd otbtr..PoprittorL
adjusting Stocks, Suspenders, and l almost payment to Hose, ., Florida
V .. list t f the United States of America, in Congress knowledge of everv important movement which may everything January 2.15S. Z1y
connected with a outfit. WILLIAM SNEED Adm'r.J.tlton .
timembled.,That in the nime and behalf of the American take place within_its_boundaries, than_ perhaps any I gentleman's Patent. Leather. Shoes, Umbrella Money Belts,
n P. are nrenarbd to exerute nrrW. _nrmr.ling County March IS, 1613. 3 3m Shoulder
,- V '. people the congratulations of Congress arehereby other city in the Union Situated in tbe centre of to k latest and t ; :1 .'v w. -- : Braces. &c. i.c. Jefferson Circuit Court

f trndired to the people of France, upon the the south-western country, of which it i in the commercial I mrstapprovedstylee.N. I CLARK &. STILLMAN.
B. By the next arrivals U. S. MAIL LINE IN CHANCERY.
V V I wo expect to receiveTIlE October 23. Isn. 14W.
V success of'heir recent effort to consolidate. the principles metropolis and throughout which its pcriodics
V of liberty in a republican form of government.SEC. are freely circulated, it must impart more or REMAINDER.October William Bailey, Adm'r. de bonis non of BW-

V 3. And be it Jurthrr enacted That the President I loss of its own tone and character. How necessary 16( IS 17. 13 ID D OIL WORTH, I lamy,deceased Complainant,lob

:. of the United States be, and he is hereby, requested it i if. then that some salutary influence sho\l pro.ceed at Law, a..
; V to transmit this resolution to American from this great city to correct, as ( possible Hamilton Tax Sales. Atorney Tilman D. Purifoy, D Defendant.
.Minuter at Pans, with instructions to present it to the evil which it disseminates.The BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, Ihall Montieello, Jefferson Count*, Florida, IT appearing to the satisfaction of the C utf

the French government. Baptists it is hoped, are convinced of the necessity expose for sale before the Court House WILL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle affidavit made in this cause, that Tunas D.Pi-

V Approved AprillS, 1S43. : obtaining a firm foothold in New Orleans, door in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Florida From Tallahassee to Macon. .and of the County of Columbia of the rifoy. the said defendant resides out of the Stats t
------- in order to barrier to the of Romanism Circuit Florida, and in the State of Georgia,on
a Ihe in June ,Florida.
oppose progress on frt Monday ISIS,the following Through in forty-tico hour from Tallahassee to Eater t the solicitor for moil t
r. A SCORCHER. I which is making rapid strides 'to/supremacy in de"cl ibed property or so much theieof I will pay .\acon, and to Charleston in three days, Montieello, August :, lS4fi. S the said Tilman D.complainant: 1 is & ,

V The Philadelphia North American thus tinny of our western cities. Once established on a the State and County Taxes due therecn,for the year time to take the Mail Boats onorl" Ihe bill of Purifoy do appear and aawr
complaint filed in this
are basis here, moreover, the denomination can the 1 to.wit : ,\ the .th Notice. cause withia feumonths
.. pounces down upon Cassius M. Vlay'sleter : more easily supply the destitution of Texas, which, TheSW.I orthe font day. from the date of tbe publication of this or.
1-.1 S EMof section 33; Ihe en. /HUE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Monday, month. after date,I final
*'Blowblow, thou winter wind! in the providence of God, been lately thrown'. tire section 34 the W JL SIX hal present my ac. der,or the said bill of complaint will be taktn faa
Ill -; 1-2 of action 3:; the E 1.2 of Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock, A. M., s and vouchers to H n. Judge of Pro confessed Provided That
I Thou art not so unVit.d.AS \ open,aid hich invites us,with cries and supplications the S W 1-1 of section 20 all in : a copy of this order U
; township 2, range and arrive in Macon,(via Quincy Bainbi idge, Newton bate in and for Leon County, and apply for letter*of published in
man' ingratitude.Vo ." to her assistance. Come forward, then, brethren 12. north and east; also the N W 1-4 of section 2, Albany,.Amcricus, and Perry,) on Tuesdays, dismission administrator of the estate of Circuit some ne''papr printed in the Middle
: : \ find in yesterday's New York Courier and assist by your liberality, in extending and and the N 1-2ofse.tion 3. and the N E 1.of- sec. Thursdays, and Saturdays. at 10 o'clock. P. M., in ,, Allen, deceased.a Joseph mouth once a week for, the *pte*of fear

anJ Enquirer, a letter from Cassius M. Clay strengthening the boundaries the R icemer'* king ron ., of township I. range I'.noth and eat, purport time for: the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on COUNCIL B. ALLEN, THOMAS(Signed )
dom. ing to belong to t the Estate of Hector W. Braden.ALSOTheS and DUGL.-S. Jldp.
Mondays, Wednesday*, Fridays. at 4 o'clock, A Administrator with the will annexed. December
to Henry Clay, which we hazard nothing inV It is the intention of the editor to pay special attention E I-I of the S E I.4of section 31(, M., and arriving in Tallahassee on Tuesday- Thursdays February 2tj, 1843. 6m 19.187. 2 <1

uJing: will Lc read with more astonishment to the department of Science and Literature, township I, range 13, north and east, purporting to and Saturdays, 10 : P. M. This line 3

S and pain by all people in the United States, admitting in his paper no article of a scientific or belong to the Rlae! of Benjamin Chaires. connects with the Central a o'cok. ,Srnnah..Augusta Doctor John P. Middle District of nord

and Democrats the literary chancier, which dos not tend to the culti. T. BAISDEN( Sheriff, Milledgcville and Western Co- Duva W.-KULL4 CIRCUIT AND
Whigs friends and the vation" Rad his professional citizens
and improvement of the mental and moral And ex-othicio Tax Cot. Hamilton Co. ltmbu It also connect with the Line OFFERS Daniel Plaintiff

.:, : enemies of Henry Clay, than any epistolary faculties ; by which means it cannot fail to prove a Mach 1,151. 31-3m from Quincy! Ca. to Chattahoochie, and Mai Apa. Wm. Wilson's and surroundingcountr.'. Officein Ldd.. In AtuJuD"t,
;;.i which before valuable medium of instruction to family into Buiding, ofr BookStore .
atrocity was ever conceived in any lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to Thomas Lkbat, Defendant. J061 S

V.t J'F. V the brain of hatred or penned by the hand ofIt which it may be introduced. Leon Circuit Court. Columbus in three days and but one night will be Talahuset, 32 NOTICE hereby given to the .
V A table of New Orleans Prices
malice. For the first time in his 'life, the Cln.tnt, corrected IN CHANCERY. spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. and all other persons interested ia taibove .
VV agedV will be found in each number,from *
weekly \ The public may rest assured that every attention will a cause, that the plaintiff, Daniel Ladd,has ia>
Statesman: the victim of many wounds inflict the plnter. and any that are interested in the state Creditors' Bill fur settlement of Estate. be paid to the comfort of those who may patronizethis DR. C. I. BUNTING, ,ituted this suit by attachment, i issued from the if.

a cd by the fury political animosity, finds:himself of Orleam market, may obtain all the de. James E. Broome and otheis, for themselves and Line. SURGEON DENTIST, fia ice of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit Crtrtigainst

V V. the object of the sympathy of foes, because sired information.The other creditors of AM.. Gatlin, Complainants, FARE: TTAVING permanently located in Quiny. the lands and tenements, and cbatl***,
Forida. ao
struck at last by the dagger of one who should price of subscription to the .Chronicle" is es.TurbuttR. FromTallahassee to Quincy,$'50; to Bainbridge, XI iepectfully tenders his services to o if r the said Thomas Lockhart, beysod

:: .' V be his friend who $:,($) per annum in advance; $3,50, at the end off Betlon,Sarah A. Bet Ion,his Wife Executrix ; to Albany,SU.t and to Macon 822. in the various branches of his profession. From his he limits of this State, for a debt due to the

: : -one ,still! ).signs himlelf and six f months; $1,00 at theeNpirationof the year. of A. M. Gatlin, and other, Drndan1. S WRIGHT & SAWYER Proprietor experience and success in practice he feels assured add on a promissory note, executed and "a!

.V uoasuuiiy 100, -A \higH-who the By an ordermadebyhis By JOHN M. YARN Agent. of being able to please those who may patronisehim. md payable to W. H. Perry rr bae date the Stk

VV great name he now seeks to cover with dis. NOTE' -This paper since its establishment in WHEREAS DOUGLAS, Judge, on the Ut December I f)3-: Office at the Planter': Hotel, Tallahassee-C.E. Dr. B. refer the public to of r November, 1S44-, due one "f..aod

.. V .. V V honor; and bearing that name, and March, 47, has sustained a character in all its above 1S47, in t the above entitled cause,the undersigned BAILEY, Agent ; at Maj. NATHANS,in Quincy. Col. W. T. STOCKTO.Dr.. J. M. W. DATIDSOIC- thich note was transferred from the .H.

that title and the boasting named departments not lurpa1sf if indeed equalled, was among other thing to take July 17, IS 17. 52 Gen. C. H. DUFONT Dr. R. E. LITTLE. 3erry by delivery for a valuable consideration to the
V recalling memory of the af.fection by any paper either in or any other country appointe. aid Ladd
k an account i due to Complainants for their I Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited now amounting principal and inttrn t.
I of 1614-, exults, publicly, in the face of and should therefore meet with a cordial supnorl and to nil other creditor of said A. M. Gat. DR. J. REESE'S on at their residence a usual. ge; ether to the nm of three hundre

the world that he is now, by the of from its own denomination, as well from all other caims., interest thereon ; and it was ordered further September II, 1847.- S even dollars and fifry-three : Now htf'-

V hi* nature, the enemy of the man necessity whom he who desire and to see dil.ed throughout. the country 'That the "aidIoler do cause an advertise. LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. lefendant: and all other interested in the
religious The second vol. pron.
; bove suit are hereby enter his their
V once loved and venerated." ment to be published in the Floridian, a newspaper M. D. PAPY or
V ume will commence in March, 4S, and I would respec'fully published weekly in Tallahassee, and in such "pERSONS of feeble constitution and those of*eL ppearance' : and plead to the declaration filed

V, : The change of feeling is a miracle ; the advise those wishing to subscribe to this other public newspapers as he shall think proper,for deqtary habits, are often troubled with habitual i & W9 aid suit, on or betore the first day of the ir&th,

S. letter appears to be an insanity ; the character valuable paper thai NOW is the very best time they the creditors of t the said Alfred M. Gatlin to come costiveness, which often exert a very unfavorable Practice in all the Courts in the Middle rcuit Court to be held in the sid County, of Wa.

I f. of the assault could lelec. influence their health,which i is WILL Office the I kuhii llaor otherwise judgment will be r trader ed
"V wholly indescribable, because W. McKINNEY in before him,and prove their debts, on or before the upon general particularly on first floor of the Cap- against
RUSSELr. first of manifested by irregularity if not total loss ofappetite. itol,South ( the i m or them by default.
prodigious-prodigious from the intern day May next ; and that such of the creditors room formerly occupied by
volence of ma. Duly appointed Agent Talah Fl. who shall not come in and prove t heir debtsby the timeaforesaid In this condition of the system, this article Secretary of the Terrtory. DANIEL LADD.
; sentiment and February 20.1' ISt. 32 3t
a expression, and the shall be excluded the benefit of this decree is confidently recommended with the assurance November 15,1645. 17 _February 19. 1S4S.- :31

; overboiling current of hatred,gushing a from ; and that such peruon, not parties to the bill, that if the dose is properly adjusted so a* not to

: a heart where it had been long treasured up In Jefferson Circuit Court. who shall come in before the aid Master fo prove mote the bowels to actively relief ma, be relied V .JOHN ERSKINE. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry

: fur the day of vengeance. If we seek the SPRING TERM, 1919. their debts, do. before they are admitted directors, upon without any or even the least unpleasant consequences ATTORNEY AT LAW, R EPAHt ED.OWLE .

of this Ch.re.I.. Powell > contribute to the complainant their proportion of resulting from the use of common purgative Li. MYERS, having secured the services
; causes most strange, most unnatural Petition| ,to Foreclose Mot,. medicines usually resorted to. Florida. 1
S the of this suit, tu be settled the said QQlncy. L
by of
an experienced workman who will attend
and most infamous attack shall $ gage of Personal Property. Persons to Bilious Cholic atend tices' Courts of Gad len t
we find
V them ArthurBurney. Ma-ster. And it was also ordered, that"an account subject may rely on the Circuit Court of Middle Florida th e repairing of Watches and Clocks exclusivv| ,

plainly enough expressed in the letter, and of THE defendant, and al persons interested, are be taken of all securities or collateral held by the preventive properties of this medicine by using it on and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of re prepared to do all work in their line of busineai

V a two-fold complexion. The original, or remote notified of filing of the Petition for creditors respectively, and a report be made of the the 6rstntimatioriofan approachingattack. Thereare November 22, 1315. 19 Georgia. jell and promptly.
Foreclosure of Mortgage in this cause, and they are same, and of the value of each." And it wa also some constitutions liable to regular attacks of t November 6. 1S47. 16
;I a cause, a pretended, is one that shocks required tu appear and plead to the same, i if any plea ordered that I all parties may be upon interrogatories Billiou Fever almoft every fall ; to such the use of 6 Sentinel copy.WIL _
V the enmint
t V mora sense of every tnie-hearted man I they haveaccording to law. The mortgage is on personal and produce all boks papers in this medicine is recommended, beginning to use i CITY HOTEL ,
., : that reas it, because_ it assumes the compJc.1 propelly, and_was made to secure the payment !their custody or power relating thereto,upon oath by the middle of May or first of & AMES,

1 ty 01 a scneme 01 assassination. *. ol fifteen hundred dollars and interest. before the said Master, as the said Master shall di Those,whose digestive organs are feeble often ex- DEALERS IX

o : ., started, on the 14th of you THOS. JEFF. HEIR, rect." periencea'| sense of fulne, weight and oppression MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
August 1845, to the Now therefore about I the stomach eating, find this medicine IRUGS.
I S>licitor for Petitioner. all persons claiming to be creditors wi
Virginia Springs, says accuser March II, J8IQ. 31 2m of said A. M. Gatlin are hereby, in of afford almost immediate Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &r., Window Glass,

Cleaving your friends and family to murder me sid order, notified to produce their claims pursuance and the Ladies near their confinement often suffer from PAI.VTERl' BRUSHES AND COLOR, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.

a in my sick bed, for vindicating those Just Received vouchers in support t thereof, and all collateral and heartburn and costiveness: to uch this article is Glass Ware ,
princi.V Apothecaries Ac.rpHE .
pies which had securities therefor, before me, at my office in Tallahassee highly recommended, a it can be used without the po the undersigned has been confided the ase-
V you taught me, in yourpeech. A T LEWIS &. AMES Dru$ Store a fresh supply within the time limited in said order, and least danger and with great beneft. In sick or nervous above constantly on hand,and for sale a the I. agement of this

es at least, 1 ceased to be your friend, and be. XX New and Valuable Mehcne.-mung whichare otherwise comply with the provisions of tbe same, headache it i is JL lowest market prices. Hotel.HAMILTON HUDSON.

.t V came, by the necessity of my nature your the following: I that they may be admitted parties to the said suit. This article will be found to act a* a pleasant cor LEWIS &AME. Januarys, 'S4S. 25

; enemy." DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE Date this. third day of December, A. D. 1847. dial and, tonic, restoring the appetite and at the Tallahassee, November 20, 1847.- -

BITTERS, SIMON TOWLE same time fulfilling every intention that the common Notice.A .
is true, the world before V VV VV NoticeS
I never heard of Designed for and trill cure Dyspepsia Liver Com December, IS 17. 20 Specia purgatives are intended to effect. It purely vtgetable A persons indebted to the estate of Louis Joiner,

crime Henry Clay, or of this hatred of plaint Piles, &rofu1. Jaundice-and all kindred I aqd, when used according to the direciol. hereby given to all persons inlerete. that six JL late of Hamilton County, deceased are reqottt-
..5 \ : the criminal the intended diseases will be found invaluable .1 months after dateI shall present my account
by victim. A se. a disordered stomach or impure John P. an article thoe ed to make immediate payment ; and those haviafemands
and vouchers to the Hon. of Probate in and
cond provocation was required to goad the state of blood. ATTORNEY Duval afflicted vith Dyspepsia, Derangement of the Liver, for the County of Judge and apply for a are requested to present them in terms ole
S General Debility. Jttefon. discharge
Jailer to retaliation and the DR. HULL'S. WORM LOZENGES, or law,duly authenticated.
; cause, "TI7ILL practice in the Court of Middle Florida Prepared Doctor J. Reese Griffin a the estate of Anna Brooks
Sc therefore The safest most effectual, and by Pike county, ELIZABETH JOINER Adm'x.February .
appears to bo Mr. Clay's letter of before the public, for the eradication pleasant of preparation U'oam, in V V the Court of Appeal, and the United State Georgia and for sale by appointment at late of said County deceased.JAMES R. ) 19, 1SJS. 31 2m.

the 10th, announcing his wiingncl to ac. Children or Adults District Court at Tallahassee. E. BARNARD. Jr's., BROOKS
V :: the Whig nomination Office in Wm. Buildings, Hiward' Drug Store, Tallahassee Jefferson County, Oct. 30, IS47. Furniture &c.
cept Presidency. HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, Wil.uu'l over ___-__ Carpets, for Sale.

.. That this latter crime is even greater than the Will PREVENT Consumption, and CURE I case of Book February Store,20 Tallahassee.' lS4>s. 32 L.' IIL LAUL), IVewort Montieello, Deaf and Dumb Asylum I I PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Coaches,

< former, appears from the fact that the offence Colds, Asthma,Spitting ol Blond, Pains the Side, OF KENTUCKY. 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case, with drawer

V : murderous intention is in the few Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Com HARDY BRYAN Quincy, and desk, 2 handsome Carpet, t Double Wheel ff
revenged plaints. HE subscriber,as the resident agent of the sid t ten Coro-Sheller, the most approved article in isa.
.' ;. brief lines which we have quoted : while the Notce. I' Agent for Thomas county,Georgia. I.- Institution,offers for sale in tracts, and upon Apply to J. R. FORTUNE
V ofidtice; of a candidate for the -.Lo SIX month after undersigned will pre May 2?, 1847. 44 terms to suit ,about Four Thousand Acre
f 5 ,. Icing Presidency DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS his accounts and voucher to the Honorable purchasers Feb. 5, 1S4S. 29 A.t the Tin Manufactory.
in the _
of situated in the of Jackson
V u the great subject of a letter covering Well known a a Safe. Certain, and Effectual: Cure Judge of Probate of Leon County and apply for letters State L.-ND.of Florida. Also the county to Locate, to a
: nearly an entire column of the Courier and for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent of di.miuion as administrator of the estate of months Notce.SIX limited Right Tax Collector's Sale. V

V V ':. Enquirer. and a1 other Fenrs Price reduced to Seventy-Jive Henry J. Gaskins. late of said County, deceased.WESLEY tou'hers after to dattlshaU the Hon. Judge present of my Probatp account The above extent.land were selected at an early} date,by B Y virtue of the authority vested in me by law I
per Box. MANNING. Adm'r.ly shall for sale before the Court HeattK
: To expatiate this letter is than Jefferson'county and apply for of dismissionas an experienced judge,and are believed to be amongst expose ,
upon more The abote Medicines, fresh and genuine, are for S. S. SIBLEY. Agint. Administrator leter d >r, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Hood*?
in the
?V 'V. we can attempt. It ha made our heart nick sale bj LEWIS &AMES. February 19, 1849. 31 Cm late of Jefferson county on the, deceased.estate Henry Feldberg, the finest county. C. DUPONT, in August next, the following described property,ci

to read it ; and we would not inflict a similarpain Talahasee, ". HENRY GREENBERG Agent I. D.A. of so i much thereof a* will be sufficient to pay the Sal
others. We know For certificates of information Newport Mineral L, D.l JTy. County taxes due thereon for the 1S47:
r. not how any man, Spring. Octohrjr 1C, 1817. 13 6m Quincy, Jane 47 12, 1547. y andS year
the above Medicines
It concerning ,see future 1 lNasdEp
Township Range
V Xentuckian DWELLING
a whig, a an American could LOTS FOR
adrrtilEment, and pamphlets, which may be ob SALE > iag to belong to W.G. Gonld.
Martin Smith
': Thorn per
have written( ;A. We know how Notice. ,
no even any : of the Agents. THE undersigned being fully empowere & A. A. FISHER ShedS

f -e',, '' paper, and especially the Courier and En. Mach 18, ISIS. 35. I I tifi make warrantee title, ha SIX months after date the undersigned adminis- Commiuion and Forwarding Merchats and ex officio Tax Collector Loa Ce.

I -. ,, ; quirer 1 Whig journal, devoted to the inter. (laid oil tract in good immediately size around the above Spring of the estate of B. F. Lipscomb,deceased, No. 62, Poydras January 29, 1843. 23

V :f eats of G.ner Taylor, who, we are sure, Cabinet Making, &c., acre each, which he dwelling now lot* or of sale upward low. Plans of an Judge will present of Probate her account of Wakulla and County vouchers and to the ask Hon.to NEW-ORLEANS LA. _ __ _ _ _ _ _

I :' will be among first to lament and den.unce GO-PARTNERSHIP.undersigned have as. of the ama, with term, Ax:., can be seen at Dr. E. discharged a* administratrix of said estate. b iv. M. MAKTIX-G. W. SMITH-THOU. I.. THOIUf. G. W. HUTCHINB,

V j *V it, could have ever consented to print it. "dis. toet her.and from Ibis date BaraardsTallahassee. First come hu first choice.DANIEL Adm'x. to
tV the. .two shops_will!!tie i! and the business con LADD. E E LPSCOMB. Refers AUCTIONEER ,
M, confesses it do."with February 26, ISIS. 6m J. W.
Argyle,A. S. S- Tallahasee.
agreeing. i most dueled L.YNUH Bestwick. Sibley,
by Be are Newport, February 19. 1813. 31 TLA.
I 3 ?. it lentment.aud disapproving its tone to do line J. L. Smallwood, R. L. Edmonds, Qurney."S
prepare al 1 attended H,iii
V ALES inany of the
February, 1848. 30 part
and especially, culd have consented to do AO fdelly despatch,and on a reasonable term Notice. Attachment. S respectfully solicited.
upon pretext that the writer "sign. the for( apvrove acceptances a any workmen in months after date, the Administrator of the( 1 Justices Court for the 2 District of Leon county. N RRYIrSCNCI.S
of the
: V t; t.' if, .and thus assumed the entr rejpon.sibilitj lie i i. respectfully patronage pub SIX of R. Humphries deceased late of Lion Daniel 'B. Fi.he Agent (or William E. Fisher, otce. H BOND, Esq., I LU>T Jt

% ofwhat it contained." into mOt E.:.0IicitlJ. bounty, wi present account and vouchers r*. ALL person, creiton. legatee, entitled to dis- j. W. ABCTLC. Ei | D. C. Wu.seX. Eiq'
bunt in the estate
;V.. V to the Judge of Probate of said County |I Torri Welborn. or int.reste January: 22. 1S4S97
notice a prodigy u to place and __ GERARD VINGERHOETS.
I al of James M. Sloaa, late of County deceal. -
upon defendant and all ethers nstifie
for from said are of
Tauanawee, N.vcmber G, 1847. 16 pray a discharge administration. rUE hereby -
: : the and the I to exhibit their claims
spot "her. just moment after, V November 27, 1847. 19) 6m commencement of this suit, returnable to a are hereby notift Thomas Jeff. Heir,
the whole population of the commercial me.tropolis V Jutice Court to be held at Tallahassee on the 12th I within years from this date to the LAW"
41.jt Cofee. of June next, and to and undersigned, the came will be barred : and all ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
of the Union Lad done V day appear plead to the o
V.. homage t the 20 BAGS OLD CQ'FEE, DR. J. S. BOND same. Given under my band and seal, this 31it person indebted to said estate are requested to make ILL practice in the Circuit Court i* b

*.' k pure and lofty character of Air. Clay, and 50 do. Rio professional service to the citian. March, A1] D. immediate payment. W County of the Middis Cirenit,and ii the t'ise

: while that city &ringing With the honora. 25 do. Lagui do. OFFERS and the surrounding country! 1848.EDWARD M. (SCAS, ] JAMES R. TUCKER Stif prei Court and Vnjted Static District CystS $

V Lie testimonial which his political ants Just t received and for sale brSept. Office at Col. Fisher Hold. *" I Justice WE Pece. of Jefferson Ctmaty and ex illahaaaee.

great ; IS, 1S47. 9 LLOYD &o FLAGG. i May 29, 18 17. '45 t April 1,1515. 37 3m February J9. IS.S. 31 3 Mcotieello.January 29.1S4Sfa



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