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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 27, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Mr DtJ g Sir ad Brother.-It .ffi rda the unf the manly brow of .the suffering, though: p I :

derstened CawmltteY muck pleuart i to wait hips he was nffrtttfcfous 0 your .

ioB-roo, aDd in behalf of Jei&rson Lodge I. love Let me, .therefore,conjure you, liy the C ..
of ardent bate manifested fur the'
o. of O. F. 10 request of joa,a cop/ jour desir you ever f I
iUrtfor pubUcatioii,delivered before them triumph entry vrftae, b the bright hope :

Sl .no W bet Auh"enarl.dour feUow.citiuna on Monday BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE,'FLORIDA, SAT RIJAY, MAY 27, 1848. VOL. lIX.-NO.. lon your smiles you are ett ever Infpffe first to, obey tbe( lit holy fng fnur. 1 '.

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Ad intWog ao, it becomes our pleasingioty k' *itbhbo2utmyttrIcffuec 1

to tender to you the thanks of the Lodge in affliction ; that ach will hold the other's fin to extend, when the element- maofctfid jj f sbe point-to a-- day- when- --- the voice- embraced some of the-elaIe-duties-which-k D eiif'.b I -jr, ttMB.
_. itorioo affimW whick.lhembylb.aWe I6t forth reputation as sacred.a his own ; that "when destruction had thickened into a black lem of diaal: be bushed forever ; when love she'ba thrown aside. giving bread to the great p" tl v.m snrHe, eT''r I' i

i1-ffkCju&iuer in beloved you order.- ever they can assist each other without con. pest over that delightful land. In searching .hal soul and kindness circulate hungry, and clothing lo the baked ; if visiting probation are D.rZ. Yor lp

I the pore principle of our beautiful sentiments flicting with tbe ri&bts.of others they will do for objects where to bestow the offering, the through ejrery rein social system ; when the fatherless and the widotv in affliction ; i your tears falling like flount afo., an i ,

Replete U it *** with' do hesitate so ; that if a brother dies, as all sooncr Or la. question is not who are Odd Fellows, but who vain ambition) shall have sped its guilty course, seeking to administer consolation to the broken heart cm Jye awigtfed to each thf '
of our noble work we not who shall be foremost in and man shall learn love his he heart if these be .the offices of l'outP f
expressive and leave behind him a family are most and lo ; religion of
with the ter must, they nee neighbr. its members an appropriate eytfrre of.ef fcrff, :
I ; to ay that wilt your add compliance another leaf to the will protect such, i id the hourof affljciion, from diffusing of charities and the richest loves hicn elt. Odd Fellowship !! the Odd Fellowship 1 U so (ar not the antsgonisthat and be yours the b.ilierc'ffketosk by ibe Are '

above request while theaaroe want, from injury, and from insult. Such arc blessings around every fire side ? world to point out the instance where the or. seeks to demolish, but the faithful companion side of ibe fanning Ihe flame

I laurel wreath of Odd Fellowship, at .the leading traits of our Institution ; With these overwhelming! facts before us, phan or the widow of a brother has been left religion in endeavoring to carry into though bear dwptfftse aa ofJ'e.D.
,
the in. amoug you
j time you will give to public an who have learned to love Odd Fellowship ). to unheeded. She has herselffor practice those holy .j J
and and what injury can possibly result from suh even we "e"p pledged precepts. May they lung charity,yet by yoot Influence, Y
you
IN to the motives which prompt govern their and with shoulder car .ia
in
.light in prosperity well & adversityfor jproteclion. To visit the sick and baronlS to shoulder
combination ? a in those .
also add much a us spreading ultimately J '
the Odd Fellow. It will to. In praise of Old Fellowship we might siy its own intrinsic excellencies, may pause relieve the distressed, to bury the dead, and storm of war, and at last together bring a train pincipJe domestic

wards removing the unjust prejudices which deem it for, when in astonishment when we reflect! on what may educate tbe orphan, is the imperative duty of reap those blessed rewards which await tberight.ou. D
much, but unnecessary: ; blessings to circle, and arrival '
have formed to our Institution for 'ant be the ultimate of Institution in Odd Fellow. And she has redeemedthat at death. every o :
many language has exhausted all its resources in position our every that period will!! be hailed with rmtversal 1 -
of knowledge of its philanthropic de. the of few of the Often has she watched But another formidable .d the joy
with objection
a proper glowing descriptions, not half the beautiesnor course a years. Judging pledge. anxiotis a when the chains of human misery will f

signs.Hoping; half the virtues of benevolence and char. future from the past, we anticipate a brighter lc>tCjt beside (be dying couch of tbe last on* we shall mention brought against broken, and the tears woes of Ibis b -
the request may meet with your than has world.- and when death Odd and in which there be an .j
ity have been told. Your examples' breth. day ret dawner upon our :stranger ; at length Fellowship can will be submerged by \ tide which t

approbation, ren, must be the epistles of its utility, without Aye already has star arose, and ascend had finished bis work, she has performed with no just ground for complaint, is (that it is a se flows from the united belnl 4

We remain yours. truly' in F. L. T., which all that can be said will be as unmeaning ing toward the zenith of its glory, it gathers a sorrowful heart the last sad offices, with all cret society.. And why should Odd Fellow lore and pence-(hen one lote ofbne1lelcf." all 1 J

THOS P. DEN HAM, ) as the sounding brass or tbe tinkling cim. within Its orbit constellations of the first mag. the tenderness of a mother or a sister, and ship be condemned because its operations are nations and shall be the love i universalBra'h'riood. !

SAMUEL STEVENS, > Committee. bat. nilucJe1. And when these principles shall have leaving him to repose in n brother's grate she conducted in secret ? Is secrecy treason 1 If .Iba J. f

I JAS. R. TUCKER, ) OJd Fellowship in the United States is yet full precedence overthe actions of men, thenit turned away a the bright angel of mercy to so let us charge it Upon God; for (he Bible Brothers of Ihe Mystic band, a to .f i

in its infancy. Still it has exerted itself!! with is that nation shall no longer lift up sword administer consolation to those afflicted ones : contains secrets, and there are secrets in the and we are done. wot you I
MOXTICELLO, May 8. 1843.G0eme State against nation, but beat their swords which were the objects of his inscrutable decrees of tbe Almighty. Thereare i
great strength until there is not a or evena the1shal greatest earthly Your immortal predecessors ;ia the caase of
; *:-The Address to which you re. into plough barel, man shall find in concern. In yonder sorrowful abode weeps secrets in nature,secrets in and secrets
within Confederacywhich OJd
Territory our great ar Fellowship are before hive f
Nobly
: Ter was prepared hastily amid the anxieties of. does not bear witness to the respecta. man a friend } then the wolf shall dwell the widowed motb<*r. It in but recently that among the various classes professions of I they defended the you.of dur institution. !

my daily occupations and no one is more sensible bility of our Order; and it is not to.day .the with tb lamb, and the leopard Ihalle down she laid in the silent tomb, with a sorrowful men. There have been extensive secret or. With clean hands,Iriocple holy have '

than myself of its imperfections, and no the of the occasion with kid." Such is the ? us, heart, a husband, the father of her helpless; ganizations in almost every age. The early they transmitted to an keeping purposes this inheri.
nor pageantry
splendor your
motive but a supreme desiie for the good of and dwell the of much moral babes and while the I Christians when hunted like beasts Europe i
but it is the we upon scene so : ; even we speak, silent over .. Be
which must animate us, prospectof anc your highest ambition ,
the Order could induce me to submit it to the which beauty with admiration scene in which tear flutts'fresh' from eyes bedimmed by an. found it necessary! to have some token ; transmit i others earthly ]
of the to to have
the wide diffusion principles I you received 1.
public press. I much prefer the shades of re. our hearts so fondly cherish. Who (but a few there is every thing to gratify the feelings of' guish. There is a vacancy)' created in that by which to know each other ; and often wht"nI t- the home of ibe a pure and tbe good i

lirement to the parade of public show. Such, such vast the patriot and the philanthropist. stricken heart, which no kindly offices of ours surrounded by enemies, in the city and in the Let .virtue be the
could have anticipated polar star by which f
)
however, as the Address is, it is at your service.I years results,ago that to-day in almost every town and The course of Odd Fellowship is onward.No can supply yet she demands our sympathies ; mountain, and when the bloody axe was raised will guide course through life. Remember you. :

beg you to express to the Brethren my village throughout tbe whole land is resounded longer is tbe jurisdiction of our Grand and cold indeed must be that heart which coud! for the purposes of death, as quick as thoughtihe the beautiful YOJ motto of the) Order Pviend. i 1.

acknowledgments fur the very flattering terms the praises ot Odd Fellowship from hearts as Council confined in its operations to the United gaze upon such a scene, and not be moved. victim lifts his eyes to heaven and cries ship. Love and Truth-Faitb, Char- .1

in which they are pleased to speak of my ef. as ever tbrobed in human breasts. States, but into Canada. Nay even to And in this. picture we have but described the I believe,"and while he stands in breathless ty"-.may they Hop.o inercwirse j
of b
fort, and to accept individually awurances pure The rapid accessions to our ranks from the utmost boundary of our continent and to forlorn condition of thousands of our race, suspense his ear catches the sound from some with your Brethren, and with your the "1 .

the esteem and respect Fraternally with which I remain among every class, creed, and profession of the islands of the sea, it is wafted there to thoughVf hear not their piteous ric!. And distant voice In God," and by this simple token \Torl. in your public and private reJ 'ions, -

Yours, N. M.\ HAVENS.To men, with the many commendations which exert itself for tbe relief of suffering, degraded be bold enough to call himself a i, he brings to his assistance a band ot ( YOJ peace b as a river, and you EI

P. DEMIAM, are poured upon it, i;sufficient evidence of the humanity. Let its influence roll on until j I man, and jyet remain indifferent while thousands |, faithful friends to protect him in tho hour of wi go down lo your graves, loved and honor- .

Messrs. THOMAS greatness of the Institution. To.daythe cries the last barrier which opposes its universal all around him are left lo the danger.In I I by all who knew you. i .
gnawing
STEVENS,
!
SAMUEL R. TCCK.EB of Odd Fellows' widows and orphans are not conquest shall be swept into the sea of obliv. of disease' with no where but the the same manner we might discuss at .I -- .

JAMES Committee.; heard, but their prayers ascend like morning ion. And while it remains true to its purpose, on which to rest their dj ing frame ? It is in length, the merits of various secret institutions .MARY MILLER AND UELC.V PARK.. t iOB

incense for the prosperity of an institution that we have: no apprehensions for truth, virtue the chamber of affliction where the beautiesof which have flourished, some productive of THE FOLl T OF DISCOJfTEXT. *

makes glad tbe stricken heart and dries away and charity, are a legion, each by itself con. Odd Fellowship shine brightest. Adver. good others of much cvi!. The secret Tribunal .
ADDRESSaL2vsaLD ,
the orphan's tear. Odd Fellowship ) it is the taining the elements of destruction lo all self sity is the proper test friendship! for in health of Westphalaa perhaps among t Inmost M my years ago I read a story which strong .1
AT THE nun AJfNCAI.' CELE..A.T1eNelF 'ly illustrated the fully discontent. It was in I
) broad which man meets man constituted authorities, whether they be civilor and prosperity all are strong ; but when dis. territe ofany have ever existed.
asa
LODGE i. o. or o. 1'AT platform upon h tbe 1
here substance l
JcrrERsox but it, in
MORTICELLO MAY I. 1S4S. brother ; where all artificial distinctions are religious : and in the very face of its most ease comes on. and death approaches, attended They rled by terrible mytery-bel were poetry; of c I I

laid low. Here tbe poor and the rich, the determined foes, whether they be the arbitrary" hy a long train of anxieties, then it is that the i bund together by the mO oaths to des plain prote. i
I I will her
S BT :0;. X. HAVEN*. learned and the great, can vie with each other acts of government. or the still more ly.rannical stoutest heart f.is. Who shall protect thiswife obey the mandates o their leaders, eten to A farmer's daughter take cal Mary f ,!

in the display of those virtues which thebalm resistance of religious intolerance, it -these helpless babes ? Who shall as. tbe sundering of the most sacred connections Miller, was permitted to in the .

LIWES AND GETTTLEME : of consolation into the wounded pour I I will triumph. And it ever Odd Fellowshipfalls sis them in contending against a world so j -their footsteps were marked with human field od Saturday afternoon. She had been to i
spirit.
In rising to address you upon a subject of Hero at the vestibule of each bow, I from its high position ; if ever the with. hostile to their interests Who shall care for blood and their withering touch was as the schfrtl all .the week, and this privilege delight i
so much importance, and on an occasion so mercy may denunciation band death. But Odd ed her very much. She soon lef dustyroad .
and cultivate those which are tbe off. ering breath of public passes them when this anxious heart shall cease to Fellowship is couched
interesting as the present, I can but express a of tbe tenderest graces sensibility, and in tbe over it ; if ever public sentiment sets ibe fatal beat: when these limbs once active for their in no such terrors, for the specific objects and rambled from hio.o. hiol gathering .
spring
feeling of regret that I am so inadequate to seal of if the fault must shall of our institution are all made public and the &\et thJch pleased be falcy.- ,
unobtrusive spirit, which 1 is the pride of Odd disapprobation upon protection' lie cold in death 1 Such is ear 1-
here she watched the brook
the and
the discharge of pleasing! duly as. not with the institution but with its even solicitous that the should be Sometimes glassy
Fellowship, boasts not of its charities, thoughit I rest memo the anxioUs inquiry of the dying husband: and \orI .
of the birds. Sometimes the .
signed me. Though conscious my inability I listened to merry ;
of
I feeds the hungry, clothes the naked, andprotects her: which may heaten forbid. May it parent. It is here that Odd Fellowship comes apprized our object-that not to de.
to equal your partial expectation, or satisfymy the ever be tbe abode of puriiy and honor ; andas up and pledges herself for their protection molish but to build up, strengthen and beau bounded after the gay butterfly], and then rll

own wishes, I did not feel at liberty lo decline .. shall not orphan.We attempt on the present occasion you have received, it, so mayol transmit it a pledge which is better than gold, for it is the tithe bulwarks of a wholesome moralityto to pick some flowers whose gaudy colon at I {i

the invitation offered me by my brethren.I those to trace the early history of Odd Fellow to those who shall yet rise up to fil your places. pledge! .friendship. and love-a pledge that decorate it with eTer virtue which gives treed her eye. In short, wherever ber light t
her amiable feet carried Ler.
expect to dwell upon no subjects except ship. nor shall we detain in searching the Stand firm to lour post ; obey high injunc. Odd Fellowship has never violated ; and when stability and to society or dignityand heart prompted, \ |
you
inculcated by the cherished principles of our shall abide to the world. You She was near tbe roadside when she saw 1 | *.
then within happiness
lions its
of for its prosperity other resource shall fail, and even hope are ac.
history looking origin.- every I
Order ; and in endeavoring to propound even Sufficient pages past for the present to say that it has long,: wall, and peace in its palaces; and thousands, shall falter, we look to Odd Fellowship as the quainted with many of the leading memlr glittering coach pass slowly by. There wa *".
shall aim at labored in it but little age'5
these production
I no thousands shall flock its stand of our institution, no a girl abuuMarl'
existed in crude the nations of yes, tens to last to desert in the hour of extremity. you appreciate \ ?; on *
i stale .
but simply lender! to you the humble offeringsof the East anterior to its introduction among in Amer. ard a the home of the aficled-a a retreat But it may be expected that something will you are acquainted with the manner in whichour A driver sat in front, guiding the sleek! horse, 1_I '
whose best wishes in behalf of : whkhtrottedinthcirharness.. When the
heart are
a ica. Be ours at present the more bumble from many of tbe evils atict our race, be said reference to tbe principles and rules funds are raised, the purposes to which ir '1"

: the p ace and prosperity mankind. duty to speak of what Odd Fellowship is ac. and thousands of earth's ones shall of action :iby which all true Odd Fellows are they are applied, except in those private char. wished fa stop he instantly checked them ;

And allow me here! Brethren, to congrat. complishing at the day. rise up, and call it blessed. governed.) Our Institution deprecates drunkenness ities which are held sacred in tbe bosom of when she wished to go forward, the startedat f i
present
the which has attended word. doorman
uldtc success his A
was
upon Odd Fellow.
you Before proceeding, however, with tbe expo. Persevere in high vocation, and asi among the vilest of all practices. every true It is true we have a atan
noble efforts establish ihe principles of your re. behind. If the little girl saw a flower
your secret language by which to know each other
Odd Fellowship in this beautiful village under sition of our principles, it might be gratifying member that the sky i not always clear, nor Under blighting influence, tbe last spark of this ourselves fraud field, or by the roadside/ had only to speak,
by we
to some should we enquire, fur a moment, the heavens calm. Clouds honor expires. Genius, knowledge, hope, protect agairist
favorable and the are always
such auspices, purifyingfires may and the stopped, while the
may carriage
is Odd It is Institution friendship, all die, and are buried in one dark and Survey the extensive field of fotmn
what 1
Friendshiy, Love and Truth ever burn Fellowship an lower for the night, but they will be succeededby impsition. the of ran to fetch it. As Mary! looked at the coach I
nature institurlon.that
peculiar to itself. It is founded upon that eternal tbe bright of an unclouded sun, which and loathsome grave. The drunkard, depri. our oprlions our ,
brightly from the sacred altar you have here rays whom have hdr heart sunk, her feet lost .their IightnesV .
ved of the him bis Creator strangers we never
principle of right, which recognizes as a throws its beams the distant reason given by i
the banner of love be already
erected. Here may upon known, until made her spirits their gaiety, and her face its smiles! ;
constituent of universal Brotherhood. It lowers himself beneath the level of the brute. acquainted by suffering
one mountain The that bendsto
unfurled, and the healing tide of benevolencego top. 10al sapling $h6 hIked gloomily along and with sour
that
and distress have
we deal. .
bounden duties those He contracts ruinous: and brings continually lo :
and bless mankind and recognizes as obligations the passing gale, care and en!. engagements
forth to cheer may proper And there are thousands, who, in the hour of looks and lips, she entered her moth
! Institution be the habitation of righte. which grow out of our relations to God as our ture, will increase in beauty and strength un. upon himself innumerable woes ; and if not er's hum ping -
your and benefactor it has cut off by a premature death, he becomes a affliction, have found ia OJd Fellowship a
creator ; yet no religious til it becomes the wide oak the
from the and spreading '
a calm retreat cares ; a Have bad walk child?
outness, friend. The man of business himself you a delightful my
distinctions and excitements of a selfish world. creed, nor has it ever been offered to man as I little rivulet which oozes from the craggy cliff burden and a disgrace to society, entailing from the tears said she. : i"
tender relations i
of home-
a substitute for Christianity. It professes to beside distant mountain, if poverty and wretclednes upon those whole away
and hearts uninterrupted '
Here kind yon a
mingle said
should haveenjoyed
.
may generous with hope, ho hastens 0 no, Mary pettishly.
buoyant to
himself a foreign
be antidote for of tbe ills which afflictour reputation; solemnly pledged
an some in its until it ha
swol.
( love and tbe course moves gently on
together in brotherly may pure clime but be has not misfortune it pretty well, but Helen Paiks came .t !
and cherish. guarantee against
brotherhood be fullydemonstrated race, and as such it enjoins most of those len into a mighty stream, and mingling its waters to protect
of ,
principles our great and along in her cariage, and when I saw bet1 :1
relative duties which owes to his fellow Our Institution( particularly! inculcates! the at an unexpected hour, far in a i
man with kindred elements '
with they are at lengthcast
in your intercourse man, of she appeared, with her coachman and
land affliction happy
overtakes him and i
of love and
strangers ,
man as such. It never interferes with a man'sreligious the distant shore. So it is with Odd principles brotherly
friendlhip
that which
until arrival of upon
the to
period hope he lays himself down a bed of ber footman to wait upon her,and remembered
thai glowing friendship upon languish
when the law of or political creeds. It enjoins strict Fellowship. But a few in our country warm ;r
looks fort'ardVith ardent ago

joy year and death. To whom shall he that I was a girl, and always
?
noble and ing poor go
itself in acts appeal mW
generous-such
kindness shall be the adherance to the laws of the Government un. it scarcely hae a name. But what is it a :
moving principle to actnale afoot and wait I could !
Alas the world has no fur the afflicted on myself help 1;
for bless and it. hardly!
seeks Opportunities to sympathy
der which live whether be pours
the human race. we they republi.can now ? It is the mighty engine that bears If she wanted .
To crying. thing only
whose any -
confidence
self forth in streams olmercy. Truth is also stranger.
monarchical. There is a may
It has been regarded as a virtue among our or no conspiracy and joy and happiness to thousands who he the anxious solicitude to speak or point i to it, and the footman in'stantlr r
pace cardinal i in Odd F entrust ofbis dying }
in either Church principle 'sbp. Up
OJd !
Fellowship against or otherwise be left lo
to unheard. )
whose cherish with
ancestors we weep
memory I I heart I The tender pledges of his affection ran and brought to ber. But what
I
state. wbo would be Udd fellows pvlore lieu, and justice in all our in. I ;
in The benevolent
grateful recollections, to celebrate important They man delights to dispense ribrol'
The I if it was ever BO far offj I must
truth bound laws whether I with men, constitute a nobility of are fa away. mother the wife, the wanted go : P
are to they all around reroune
events connected with our country'a history, respect blessings on ; consequently him. I I don't
daughter, are not there, to watch beside bis mean: to walk
and to bold up as models worthy of all commendation be civil or reli -iou*. None are more attach sell is blest, and when he descends into the character, surpassing in greatness, the proudest that i myelf ou l i
known fume destitute pillow, and lay their band I his throb- by mre.
those distinguished patriots who ed to liberty none are more loyal, none will grave, tbe warm tears of those who have been name to genius or soi upon fretful voice Lushed" .
Her was
of these virtues.; Our teach ing bosom. But is an Odd Fellow ? He scarcely! whl"t
make sacrifices for .their principles us tobe
greater counlry'shonor relieved his beneficence
poured out their blood in the struggle for ourcountry' by will follow him' Mrs. Parks came in.
than OJd Fellows. For the of grateful to our Creator, fraternal to our goes not forth the friendless stranger Nay j.a j.
honor and our country's liberty proof even there ; and in the hearts of(he good and did
which fellow men, and obedient the laws and in. be has a vast multitude of Brothers, scattered How your daughter enjoy her ride this j" i"
we are willing to appeal to .
Such are immortal ; wreathes radiant with history.He great. he will have erected himself a monument '
afternoon? ,when 1
stitutions of the under which over the whole land, with to lid biiteltJiy ;
who wields the destiny of this Pt'Oi.j government we strong arms pro- ln.lJiet
honor encircle their brow ; their names are great more enviable: than that of the states.man had ", /
him and true hearts Jove him. If destitute guest languid/lol an .
lect to
and millions of freemen live. i.
pIe presides over is'
engraveD on the highest pinnacle of fame's and laurels more fadeless. than those pur. cushioned chair.Here l
they will supply his if sick
shall the of an Odd Fellow; and many of our most distinguished chased with blood, will encircle his Paramount among tbe duties recommended wants theywill !
everlasting monuments ; nor lapse memory ; watch by his side, and if death calls him the reader should know that Helenwas
legislators are such ; and even now and if after all others I our institution is charil ". And how indispensable I
ages, nor the waste of years, obliterate their may be allowed to hy ) they him with Brother's lame, that she had not walked for ser.eral 'J
memory from the hearts of millions of grate. there are many in an enemy's country readyto speak of myself let it b said, when I am gone, to tbe well being ofsociely is the cultivation i I away wi br, a 1 !

Ail! freemen yet unborn. And if I may be allowed spill their best blood when their country's if indeed I may I leave a name behind me, then of ibis noble sentiment Yet alas I j i care. ofce they are pledged to per. years. I

here to make the allusion, even to-day honor shall demand it. Have you forgotten let me b regarded a goo rather than great. bow much neglected Odd Fellowship has a form.But Fellows She would have enjoyed it very well,'fid H

Europe trembles beneath their in uence.- the names of Davis of Wilson, and Walker To be regarded as th and benefactorof scrupulous regard for the feelings of Ibo most Odd are not those selfish crea. the lady in a tone of condeacension-b jtrrt

Monarchies which have long enjoyed deep The first of whom fell while storming tbe the poor, tbe protector of the fatherless and sensitive of those by whom it is surrounded. tures that the world may have supposed, and a she came where pros f -
of Monterey battle to be for. tbe I breathes sentiment that would send in order to show their true character, allowme ,ibe'saw little girl skipping about the 1ptc.
before heights never widow, it is a name worthy the ambition It not a a ;
falling impulses given
tranquility are
battle in the annalsof I of the 'to appeal to facts. They give as freely field. She watched her happy movement '
by men which America be proud to re. gotten-a unprecedented of the mightiest monarch on earth. We pang through the bosom unfortunate, or
may modern And tbe others not less shadow face. It to all benevolent, missionary, and charitable I as she ran wherever bet fancy led her, and .'
cognize ai her own legitimate offspring. Re. history. would hold up to your consideration the im. cast a over a smiling rejoiceswith ,
in of distinguished for patriotism, poured out their mortal Howard. See him regarding those which rejoice, and weeps with purposes an others ; and it is well known, when she remembted that she could once rod
deep tranquility spirits depart. man
ed pose worth your! ye have' kindled a flame which life upon tbe fields of carnage and blood.- (though degraded by vice and an outcast from those who weep. It recognizes the great fallibility ). that when tbe Angel of Death unsheathed his abut a wel als Could scarcely refrain '

shall never be extinguished till the hand of These were Odd Fellows : and such is tbe society) as a brother: seeking his happiness of,our nature, that to err is human, terrible .wor over Ireland, that Odd F lowa tea. You cannot (think, si she .i
true of the Institution. It s'ands forth and is divine and if brothererrs I as such, were among the tn move bow sad It was to feel that I must
despotism drops its mighty sceptre to the earth, spirit even amid tbe foul scenes of loathsome dun. to forgive ; a b lfe 1
and may their influence stimulate us, my brethren for God, for country apd for humanity. The geons and infected prisons. Howard, with it seeks to restore him by the gentle in.fluences half of that suffering, neglectedpeople. into the carriage whenever I wish to take :

" to deeds that are noble and virtuous.We .- principles of Odd Fellowship having thus de. that name is blended al that is sublime in be. of love : and how great is the pleas They heard that mine was in the air ; and when I see a pretty flower, I can r

; would not even had we the power, pluck veloped themselves in their true character, nevolence, and all is sweet in mercy, for ure of restoring ag..in to the bosom of society land, that the strong man, the aged matron, never pick il myself but must wait till someone

, \ the smallest gem from their rich diadem ; but the great and the good have flocked aroundits be was the friend of the poor, the forgotten, one who has strsyed.. Perhaps there is no institution the delicate virgin, and tbe lender child, were who works for money can go and fetchit .

i U'ou1d"1 to such. Live on Lie in the pag standard until it has diffused itself like lea. and the miserable. that exemplifies more beautifully than being borne promiscuously of down to the silent to me. I watched the happy irJ said .h. I

I of history! Live in the hearts of your countrymen yen in the mass. The legitimate object of Odd Fellowship iso Odd Fellowship .that charity," recommended grave fur want bread and their generous 'I as she danced 1 gaily among and if
moved toward
I\; Live in every land Yet We be. The first Lodge established in the United strengthen the bonds of the great'brother. by the greatApostle, which sufTerelh long, hearts them like ihe deep flowers, and then ordered !the fooiman In bring .

l here that equally fortunate for the cause oft States, now working under a regular charter, hood of mankind ; to enforce those relationsthat and is kind ;" that .charity which rcjoiceth wave, that rolls and breaks upon their sea girt a few dastes which grew by'the roadside ; b :
but in truth." Charity shores scattering tilesing among them. I soon threw tWm she added, f.r 1 t
in away,1
I >uflering humanity was that day "when OddFellowship was organized under the name of Washington man sustains to man as the common offspring : not inqtiity, rejoiceth '
( secured to itself a position among Lodge, in the city of Baltimore, in tbe year of the same parent, and hy the same i extends the warm hand of friendship to the Having thus attempted briefly, and I fear cold not bear to look at them. She directed I
but discuss coachman to drive home flint her
imperfectly to few of the tbe
,
, the great moral Institutions which character. I 1619. From that time until the present, Odd social organization, without any distinction on I frailest of I our race, and seeks to hide rather to a feelings l
leading of beloved institution longer be the
principles our might no aggravated by sight of
lie the present of improvement and has been gradually spreading itself of creed to than expose his foibles.
age ; sa. Fellowship account meet upon (the same common
allow me lo address a few words to the fair pleasure which she could not share.When i 1
cred! to tbe memory of every true philanthropist until at length, it covers the whole land. platform, in order to remedy in some Benevolence i! also among the most striking of audience. the footman brought her in and placed* her { l

shall be the recollection of Wiley, who first The statistics of the Order for the last year measure those evils which at present afflict I features of Odd Fellowship. Of this, part my carefully the sofa, she laid ber face .t
upon
propagated its principles and inculcated its are full) interest, and cannot fail to animate the human family. Let the poor man, how.- however, (we have no disposition to boast, Daughters of ibis favored land, we look to lacr mid tvfpt profukely. Mother 'upon said

precepts, when its true character shall be more the soul of every true philanthropist ; and even I, ever humble, fee that he is associated with I though we, have been charged with proclaim you for encouragement in this laudable work she my, never tide oat by t those ,fields

fully) developed in our country. An Institution our opponents, would they pause in their cen. the great and powerful, that the bonds of ing our charities to tbe world, in order to pro. and we feel assured that you will not be dis \i t

to benevolent could not have originated in lures and calmly survey the practical effects brotherly love unite them. Let tbe rich and duce effect. This charge, however" we re. appointed. You little imagine bow much again-Cab7t/ ..

cold calculating selfishness, but with those of tbe Institution, would bury their opposition the strong feel that the least of those whom pudiate. Odd Fellows are the last to boast of your approbation and influence will assist u'

who felt for the woes of others ; those whose forever. The last report of the Grand Lodgeof God has endowed with human reason, is a i their benevolence. is true we declare to In forwarding this work of humanity. You They have a straight rorwar way of cuing 1
I business in Arkansas
benevolence, like rivers of oil, were pouredoat the United States presents to our consider deserving as himself; that ho is bound sacredlyto the world that the great end of our institutionis are ever first, in every noble! and humane en. : tb perfectly i'

tocheer and gladden the heart of the ation 130,000 men systematically engaged in protect his reputation, his i interests, his family .: to elevate the condition of man, to make terprise-ever first in the character of affection ing. A minister out here a f>w Weeks go '

idow and the orphan, for it !Ii to Institution: diffusing abroad the principles of benevolenceand and tbe whole complexion of society would him.better citizen, and a more useful mem. and the last to desert tbe helpless sufferer undertook (o come du.f on tbe 'cvs r maffrrs.' -

peculiarly suited to tbeir condition. charity, with an annual revenue of some be changed, and man would cease to trample her of society.But in the trying hour of deep extremity. How The xt day one of iho A deac ts" cfroppedkirn

To.Jay we celebrate the first Anniversary thing over 1,000,000 dollars, and over 300,. upon the rights of man. In the various effortsto the Institution is objected to, because, often, while reflecting on the generosity 01 a line church saying that bear people the i in his rfiggins j.
went to to devil abused
Jefiersofl Lodge, the first Lodge of this Or. 000 of which was expended during the past improve society attempts have been mae say some, ,it arrogates to itself too much ; i your sex, have I associated with your disinterested their and if and!
be '
not
*MtabUhed! in the Middle District of Flo. year in affording relief to the sick and distressed to ascertain whether a state of 1 assumes to do that which can only be accom. benevolence scenes which have Ion country ; perl/sfeJ in violating

p": ** For the members that compose this and in succoring the widow and the table, could be brought about; thing experiments pushed by the Cburc. I is Inw i chides since transpired. It was Mary who sat at the I,: that their taste still any (further k all Le and had North to say

riierty.w, hare no eulogy. They are be. orphan. Independent of which hundreds of in mOt instances have only proven the lb. selfishness many profess be ac. Saviour's feel, and bathed them with her was geese" grew 'ers
( Carolina tar We w4ito!
for
I ore jog and furnish tbe best evidence of the families were rescued from the grave during weakness of human organizations. But to tuaUd by the pure impulses of that pure and tears. It was woman's generous heart which he result. are ; anxiously

It reapt ctibnity Df our I0titution. These gen. that awful scourge which recently withdesolating day we point you to Odd Fellowship a an in. holy religion, but who are destitute of the api.nt wept, as she stood and gazed upon the Son ot

LI JJemeatiTe banded themselves together not ravages over the fair (.wep Ire. stitution capable of removing the difficulty.She of him ( hOe bosom was all benevolence, God expiring on the Cross, in tears and blood.Tbese Lazy rIch girl make rich men poor, while

II conspiracy agaInst either Church or Stale, land, by the liberalities of Odd Fellows.-. speaks with all the power of actual dem. and whose!very nature was love. It is*to b tender sensibilties: bespeak a great iDdurio poor grl make poor men rich.

L fcaforBwtuUwd. They hare entered into Feel, then, gentemen. tbe ,greatness of your out ration ; she points you t an army of a regretted tpat the Church has 1 greatly .character which the hibel commandations Remember this, fir ones, whose

II &irlCmfl1t tint they will assist each other calling, and ne of those charities hundred and thirty thn men, faithful and taken its primitive simplicity and beauty; b have ever failed drb intipalby t p ail11t cold water

lit Xrerritr, bat !hPY will protect, each t her which rcur Institution has been among the true, engaged in nble work of loitering since it has, we rejoice: that Odd Fellowship though with prt found admiration, i almu getting your husbands, into hot.





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Bud his'Ir little and contiuuefur Tar Pa (Cir Court in Kentucky, which ter. Taylor to the Republican LAT EROPEA1YAL OP TB
Jol(*' a )oun ; mac opened t a .har painful, may :night SJRI-Charutl Merch1 *
] J, } rating; ; house in thirdly; near: Fulton Market victory, eternal victory, en 'd '. Bj. industry and good "lanagoment tly' am.'-. I'? O, how soon the Chri 'sCrl'slr s'orm unharmed, in fact ; although she has three men were arraigned, tried and con. very clearly his piton in regard to Prrsi Jen- MACOTV ADYLVll CQ'O
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t ral lou oVr hik sufl"u from ridiculous demned bn the coining and passingcountcrfit : : cy, so that no Tuesday AO'rO MIT n
r.:: 5-,:': ". .I"d. l.andsome fortune, bought se\ his si.nggling s ul at rest, eyes not escaped reports imputations charge "
He is candidate hit BY MAGNETIC
.' : : I i t'.r' r&wml', and with the aid ifnnr. caitttt.ft : sect more ulih I.al I Near at hand i II in many casEs rexat out in some moneyonc of whom ia conse. about it. a ormiss"an TIIP
1i r;. 'I" to/which: .they mortgaged: rroperty, they buiit this }land of hi* pursuit. Hope cheers. How anchland""uu! d malignant in others. Last quince qf mental imbecility, was recommen. I independent candidaie"-and 1 The Caledonia! a 10
1 "i *. a magnificent hotel of white rnaible! six sl r, glorious the object that tmhrces-bo\ comes report relative tu .the banks ded by t tbe jury to Executive clemency. He he will remain, regardless orthe wishes of the o'clock, A.M.oo Sunday with Liverpool a
j: '1 l f'.: ies h gh, fronting (In three stieeU. But the holy its spirit I Who hop contemplate the Charleston, for w hich thee is not the slight. was accompanied to (the bar of the Court by whig as party and In'ule defiance of the to tbe 6ih inst. She was Imml.J)* M
"" his his wife, who was roman apparfn'ly about whig convention or any other conven1!ions. I graphed in this city, but .
interest on tbe mortgage prmed a cankerworm horn our Heavenly Father i i" fitting for est foundation. a bf, M*,
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children soul hirst for its Whoever the author of ibis in. twcnty-two old. During his trial she either convention or any panlynominates could be transmitted: the
', E ..ii', ealiug; into the profits of their splendid: and not frel his at is precious )years atlpbrW
4: 'II\ ; :>: establishment ; and in a few'! years the mortgage enjoyments and Well these de. vention, envy not his feelings ; and w sat by his side with a troubled, downcast look well and good ; but if not ha is a candid: ite tj took control of the aa Dn
; T f .. ... : was foreclosed, the building sud lots sold. light's: that c'rnpluJmrnt.t! c ever yet lont agree with the Journal of Comme thai occasionally gazing in the face 01( her unfortunate ( imy how. He will not decline in the event not reach Charfalon and &nrDi)
!k 1 : ..4. '-' for; I less 'than: Lalflheir! value (less than tin- plains, are not h)distant. nothing good can come oft cty our btkiband.:: And when the jury returnedto of the nomination of Mr. Clay or anybody, Monday night. This morning !
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i .1 :. ', amount of the mortgage,) and the man and country. The man now add to the bar of the court to announce tbeir verd else by the whig convention. In short he i wered to the operator and we relY ta.
i. : '. his wife now grown old: were turned out of A Torrent of. Burning Lava poured info our difficulties by spreading alarm, extending ,ct of his guilt, she still remained by his side, a candidate on his own hook," an J bids fallowing despatch (dated D himor MajXbc.
: ,, ; :' f!,.. house and home. With a little help from the.Ocean.-\\ ben the torrent of fire precip. distrust, or creating uneasiness in the public and heard it with an apparent tralqai resignation fiance to both the whig and democratic par 9, p. m.) from our correspondent a Chati .
; ". hated itj-elfiato tho the scene assumed which smothered from public ties. Such being his position bis name will ton.
ocean
f his son the old nun again; commenced: thee mind, i is a little of n good citizen as he, who, eye
.j" : ;;,; world in a small! eating hous*, butbccatno: unfortunate I a character flerriflic grandeur. The magnificence when a town in on fire, adds! to the confusion, the working nrro\of her heart. As soon a not,of course, go before the whig convention, LivKsroot, May C-Cotton market h
1 : l ; tbo old lady then opened a private destruction: was never more per suffering anti ruin, by putting thc torch to the their recommendation was announced, she or if presenlrJ will r-ceire little considera. proved in consequence of the demand
J ;':1.: Iwarding home ; the son went to another ciurvl .> ceptihly displayed than when these auta!on. houses it has not \et reached. procured a petition, and with a pen and ink tion. wi be entitled to none.- Manufacturers and peculators. Sales of
: I rMablished an hotel, and then the finish I istic t1ln\nt met in deadly! strife. Tht Here, am"n2 ourselves, all men of sense went among the jury the members of the bar, At all events we set down as a fixed fart" week 34,0 bales-stock on hand 345,000
*. 4.' < : I IIJ their untiring industry succeeded in maintaining ; mightiest of i.o rth's magazine of fire poured see that (be dilficultii's around us are tempo. and the spectators, and obtained their signatures that he will not be nominated. There will bales against 531,000 same period Ist;,. c
.;, : a respectable; position i ia aociet}. although I 'forth; its burning billuws to meet the mightiestof rnry-brought on by extraordinary came to it for his pardon. The faithful laborsof be three candidates in the field, to wit : a rrg- Uplands: nrinay3'd} ; middling 3} ; fi i
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'e t ; in a t'alf''! wealth imm-asuraMy:) be. oceans. For two score miles it came rol. That suddenly as they came, without our fault, this dl'ottdir, have, we understand, ular. democratic, and an independent, .ho 41} ; goo 6. middling fir ) ,
",, low their former st.ition.! Some months ago; :ling and tumbling, swelling forward an \fillagent or agency, they; will pass away without serio'isly already procured an Executive pardon for her party" candidate-Wonder bow many States fair 4 ; good sir 5| ; choice 6} a } *0' I. : the* ..'.d man heard of the death of a wealthy of death.! Rocks melted like wax in hurting us, if we only oppose to them husband. Hr was ransomed from a felon's the latter will carry ?-Xus terrons .fobile's-Mid. fair 41 J ; fair. 41.|
; rotation in England, who had left him: a far- UK path ; the very bids were lilted from their courage, constancy and integrity.The fate and a felon's cell, by a woman's love-a We rejoice that Gen. Taylor has thrown Sea Islands-10J a 1 Id, choice 14d a lid
: beds and sank beneath its tide offbis mask last. We understand him Provuion Market declined
: tune $500,000. lie went to England, ad. primeval or ------ wife's faithfuncs'-which! were stronger than at now -trade ,lu
.L' .. .' liiinittered on the estate, and secured the pro. were borne onward by its waves ; the works Louisville Democrat puUUbes tIle fol.! her husband's infamy and misfortune. A fully,and shall feel no embarrasimentjof speaking Money Market Mringcnt. $ I
: : .: ;"fOrt '. He is now richer than: he e'cr'ltS of man were to it but as a scroll in the flames ; I I lowing I con\'euatiul between i Democratand wit 'slo\e for her husband, even while he is of him hereafter such termi as our feelings France quist-election rrturn'all in sndUu t
[ .. ,. ': : 1 1tt-f.tre.} In this biief narrative, our rt'adcr"l nature shriiellod and trembled before the ieI \Vhij, but no' an ultra Whig :" steeped in infamy, is stronger than her lovefir and a sense of duty to the whig party moderate party headed by Lamartine completely .
: 1".. ". will: probably: have recognized Mr Holt and resistab'e foe. Imagine Niagara's stream Democrat-What do you think of a United herself. may dictate.-.Mobile Advertiser, (Whig.) triusaphant. t tWar t
hi* stirnable consort. Holt's! Hotel," it i ifcftij il"" I above tbe brink outs Cat with iCs dashing, States Bank ? ---- apprehended between France a' ,
i ". *I;.' will again appear, in gilt letters, upon whirling, tossing and eddying rapids, madly n'Mg-A United States Bank ? It's an Sj'ringy.-Vhy my friends Spring can A Slare Steamer.Information has just Austria. !
., ., t.e! splendid b.uldiag fronting on Water, I'ul- I raging and hurrying on to their plunge in- obsolete. ida.JcmoratDo. start fresh and vigorousplants from the oaten- been received that a large black steamer, i ibrig. More faiurci-L S. Mason & Co. aod '
ton nnd Peat) street Mr. Johnson and hi> I stananeouslyconverted into fire a gory hued [ jou IJiut it constitutional or slide barren soil of an over-tilled mind- .rigged, mounted with a large traversinggun Alexnder Son, among the mmbar. .- I
lady the! present popular host and hostess will river of fused minerals ; the wrecks of crea. exp*dient to establish one ? twine a flowery" wreath of hope around the on her top.g illant forecastle, was seen in .
S "", .. no doubt cheerfully make way fur the amiable! I let mater blazing and disappearing beneath Whig-Oh, I don't care ainthinz about- the pale bro\V of Despair-give strength, new (he river Congo, by the boats of II. M. S. Here the Boston wires broke or were cut
old! ctlup!e. Mr.\ Holt we uiiden>tanJ, desires Is surface, ; volumes of hissing steam arising : I d-d .hing. II's ofno use ; but if tie people life and] arlmty to the pinions of frost.huittenFancy Syren. On the boats nearing her with a and further communication of course cu.I I
: to purchase the building to bequeath it to his!' smoke curling upwards from ten thousand C'lnt it, I shan't ol ccl. Rnt make an old man feels if the view boarding she slipped her hawser and -
,. .. faithful Ron who stood I by, him manfully in bin i vents, which! gaxeutteranca to a many deep }Jmoca-Wti, hI.Lt about the luHnU'hgWt'l ? hour :\ to the clock existence had been steamed into the river, leaving 15 large Bar. Rumored Rejection of the Treatg.-Ij I
rt'\'ncs.-.Y.. Hjrning S'ar. totted muttering, and sullen, confirmed omi. want the lalf altered set back one quarter, Ht least, of its little cir. racoon boats adrif which had been convey. slip from N. O. Picayune of the 18ib inst, ;
4,. a, i j noun cltmuring: :, a if the spirits of fallen. de. -OI see whlt''a to be gained by I If thernajorlJ ce. In f.icl, Spring can do almost anything ing slaves to btr. The British flag was displayed P. M. we have a rumor that I
5. TilE SUM I RELIGION.;. i iPV j; mon were snuggling' against I their final doom ; want it changed, let them chano!it. in the way favoring': poor humanity, except in the boats, and a shot fired across uties assembled at aqrmoDp
: I'I' THE LATE L'JKP CHIEF JUSTICE:: IIMS. !1I jga'sea del niiing: a>id shrieking a they burt I care not H fi;t for these, old issue ; tbev} are eyeing grey hairs in the "biskf'f of an old the steamer's bow, which, she returned with waiting the arrival of the American comtnu.sioners :
< felhalf..arathf'Lnrdofllf"nenIUJdOuIII.( : i, t fr 4 m their hot piison house : the heavens, lu. out of d.ite. bachelor, taking out the superfluous curls and round shot and grape from her proof gun from to commence the session Congress.. I
.'... A. ant] walks humbly' before him, and ihankfulh !i lid with flames ; the atmosphere dark, turbid D 'mcra--Wehi, but the war. Ycu believeit mortifying wrinkles of an elderly maiden, the forecastle, and another on her starboard Another story was that: : popular revolution
,0 livs hold of the message of redemption by J e./} and npp CSSi'C, the horizon murky with va. unprovoked and unJM'-t: f ; iranMnfgiifjing dccrcpid age info! buoyant, quarter ; but she showed! no co'ors and al. had been secretly gotten up under Paredet 1
s'jb! Christ, and strives
;. S by the sincerity obedience, that is, *or- I j| while! cave and hollow, a the, hot air swept of peace.*' I Com'" 'The N. York Herald is informed and every exertion made to gel alongside, yeti Pena had been overthrown and dispersed, J
'. ItS"with a'l' his soul when he comes short of:1 along their heated walls, thr"\ back the un.eaithly Dem.-You believe with the 1ljoritJ"f I that individuals belonging to the. was without success, owing to the steamer's! I before taking action on tbe treaty.
sounds in a nniiad prolonged! ig Congressmen, Bell,Thompson, Trumbo, many great speed. The boats had the satisfaction, The Picayune however discredits
the
: :,: hi* dilr: that walks watchfully in lh* denial. : j j ecl.ols. \ higher circles of the English aristocracy, who whole
4 : ff an! dares not jield to any lust or ( Such was the scene, as the fiery cataract Iud Young, that the present war exists by the have heretofore spent their summers and au. i however of seeing that: part of her starboard I I'oryand publishes a letter dated at (be Cap.
lim.tjf | a precipice nf filly feet it's act of Mexico ? paddle--ot and were shot ital Le 2nd inst.
; he, that if he fails in I the I al'' leaping poured tumns in France. Germany: and Italy, intend fore.rp"il1 away. on ( which expresses the opinion -
4. : in"aurc, is restless till be has made his peace i flood upon the ocean. Thealf"f recoiledan Whig-(Sighing i and rolling up the whites to out during the ensuing summer, in The speed of the steamer gave h"r every advantage that the peace party! were decidedly in the '
II) Iru* repentance that is true in Ilif pmmii. sent forth a tempest; of!pn')' ; ihey fa0. of Ids eyes)_"I look upon war at all times the cOle steamers from Liverpool, to apenIhe choosing her position, nit enabled I, ascandancy.Wisconsin. I
.) in his charitable to the ed and lajhed around and over the and under all circumstances, as I national her to direct her fire on the pinnace from her
< jut dealings, poor, > and autumn in Suiting and
rock ; they with the heat and the roar I f 5U1n'r tra\'elng stern quarter and forecastle with the great. all
: sincere in his devotion: thtt: will! not deiiberatelvdishonor I I.oil.d calamity. overthe United States to sojourn, at : : gun RigM.Atelegrapkdespaito
'. GoJ; although! with pNfl"c!l'' of the conflicting agencies grew thicker andIistidi' Dem.-Well, at any rate you know the war ant Niagara,and make; themselves acquainted I est precision. the New York Tribune, dated Detroit, May
p. ( r.'i'be. l. ga .The ammunition in the boats being ex II, stales that tile Lave been
tinjust.Il'iii -
I wbigs
ruriiv. fit-in temporal punishment, that has bh. I \\as with tin! social habits! and political institutions m
)hopes and his conversation in Leaven, that :i ilare reports of the exploding ga.trc dis. -" II the Mexican war our honor of this remarkable pcnded, and pinnace's gun having several<1 shockingly' defeated in Wisconsin. As far .
.! not do anything unjustly, although ner jlinctly I heard 31 miles distant. They wer'likened j I' has been tinJicalcd-amplJ! \indicated." republc. time capsized from the boat's pitching, it was I bear from. Nelson Dewey, the democratic
I MI mm h to his advantage ;,and this Leauc j to the discharge of f whole broadsides I Jm.-In treating with Mexico, would you ., Mrs. A.,"said a ragged urchin at a neigh. found impossible to board her, and therefore for governor, leads Tweedy, abu
'- he so firmly belies on al that i it in. ''of heavy artillery, Streaks of the intensegj 1 take indemnity in land ? bor's floor, won't you please to darn my it was deemed hopeless to continue the chase. 4,000. The legislature is largely .
t nnd fan.him because he loves him- : light s' nced like lightning in every direction; I1'/zig-"The principles of our government, I stockings ? See those great holes there ?"- The boals then stood in for the shore undera i is in both branches. In the 11 congressioa-
('jih. atI for his goodness a bi, .great. j jne I j the outskirts of the burning lava a it fell, : as well as its true policy! arc opposed to the Want me to dar your stockings ? What heavy fire which tha steamer continued al! district, William Pitt Lind (democrat) i e.
:11< a man, whether he is an Episcopalian ]I! cooled by the shock, was shivered into mili i subjugation' of other nations, and the dismemberment for ?1" Whyfjou see, my mother can't get tu keep up. She went up the river at full lected by a large majority. Also, M.! C.Da.
-"nc1 or a I'ic bteiian, an Independent or'i lions of fragment*-and borne aloft by strong I of other countries by conquest." I time !" Can't get time Where is. your speed, and escaped."-.Y. 1" Journal Com., ling (dem.) in the 2d district.We i .
Ain.biptist I ; whether he wears a surplice or i breezes, blowing toward the land were scin.tilJant emphasize conquest ; for i if we can obtain; territory mother ?'* .Oh tbe's gone to the minister's 27th April.A have no doubt tbe whole democratic
\pars none ; whether he kneels at the com. showers far into the country. For by purchase, or by the consent of the house to help Vm to make up cloths for tbe ticket is elected. (It I is a follows :
'' munion, or for conscience sake stands, he I three successive weeks the volcano disgorged people who inhabit it, all right ; or if we are poor ragged Hindoos-it takes her pretty Marriage by Telegraph.-Almost.- Gate-nor-Nelson Dewey, of Grant coun- 1tl.
I. hath': the life religion in him, and lht life I I an uninterrupted burning lide, with scarcelya compelled to thrash ltdco. and to teach her much all her spare time !" The Mi'aukie Slntine of the 4th relates C

:cts in him, and will conform his to the diminution, into the Ocean. On either side, to behave herelf half her territory or Richard Peters, Esq., late reporter of the tbe following. \\ approve oftho interference Li. Governor.-Join E. Holmes, of Jef I ICeson
: image; of his Savior: and go along! with himto for 20 miles! the sea became heated, and with such a maier. can't help it.'e want Supreme Court of the United States died at of Chicago by no means. The op. county. i fStcrttaYo
eternity", notwithstanding! bis practice of such rapidity that on ihe 2d day of the June I the Bay of San Francisco. It would be val Philadelphia on the 2d instant. He was the eiator should be dismissed : State.-Thomas McIIugb, cf l I
things indifferent. On tbs other "i.lt if a lion, fishes came on Lore dead in great num. uablc. in our hands, and worth nothing in the author of a Digest of the Decisions of the Supreme The following interesting chit-chat with f
gain !fears not the eternal God, commits sinwith hers at Kl"I, 13 miles! distant. Six weeks I. hands Mexico. In fact, we are opposed to Court of the United States, the Editorof Michigan City. occured at our Telegraph! Of. [ Treasurer.- air C. Fairchild, o Dand ,
S preemption, can Iriuk t lo excess lie, later, at .the basi of the bills water continued I mere conquest, but manifest destiny wi give the Laws of the United States, (Little lice yesterday: afternoon. When Michigan: i cOUnl!. r
iwcailyainU: or fallc., loosely break his scalding hot anJ fcnt forth steam at every ui Mexice. Hurrah for Tailor Clay can't Brown's editor,) and several other profess&City was ca1c.d.a young lady of our town b Attorney y General.-James S. Brown, Mil }
wash of the waves. come it.Itre. pening to the office, sent her ap.// 'waukee _
r.. r ._: IroOi.t, fuch a be can cry ional works. I county.
W'-:* cry down Picsbyterian, :1.1! tile Whig, with his thumb on his | mcnts ((0 tbe operator: and, requested him :
j f. though c.wn Hihop.ic-babtised n everyday ; or e. .4 hard strain 0:Slsrndrrs.-Tllc} Van- proboscis, and his little finger cutting di'er A correspondent of'ene of the Cincnnat f i find her a husband. Answer"Will you ac. The Quakers.-Tho last number of the .
hat he has aided duriD
e Hairn against it a heresy ; although he fas! kec Illade (ells a story of a farmer who was and sundry curves sloped, saying : Catch 1 pper says ( past cept of me ? Lady promptly responded,"Yes." I Edinburgh Recieic, not yet re-printed here, t
... S .Jlhr Lent. or fast not out of pretence of a. I ;ploughing; through a field of stumps, with weasel asleep We Whigs avow principles year, 405 slaves to escape, and that only 4 Operator A clergyman is just passing ; in the course of an article upon Quakerism in (
snMirigsuperstitionyet; not withstanding: thiec some sixteen or twenty )'okp of oxen. Of We did that in 1344 ; don't come it over this were caught. shall I call him ?" Lady-Yes." Opera.tor England, acknowledges in this just and band- c
: nnd a thousand more external conformities or course he did rot work clear of any thing, but child again General Taplor knows a thing 'fheaggrcgatc number ornnk in the United -" Here is the clergyman." Clergyman: some manner the supplies off> seat from I
., zealous. opposition! of them, he wants the LIFE I took a sraight: line wild his team. I was or two. He has no particular opinions-that's States is 753 ; capilp $209,210.000 ; -'* Are you willing to have this m.L II tbe United States lo starving : I If b
: : OF RELIGION. not long before his plough struck a large stump I just what makes him a Whig. Principles, circulation' S h16,73.OOO ; supposed specie -to be )ourlwful and wedded husband? was their the Quaker appeals which first 1
and made its way through.. As the fanner was indeed blast 'me They have been the death I in their vaults, 841,733,000. Ladj-" y(5. Clergyman Nov in the roused our brethren in America and bII t,
; .. MFC'S: PENDULUM. about following, thc thought struck his mind I of us already" A boy was asked what: meekness was.He .- name of the Telegraph Company and to the doing led the way to those magnificent contribution g
". ,. At every fwingof the pendulum: a spilit that the stump might close after the plough ---- stuietia) moment anJ said, Meekness extent ofmy authority, I pronounce;you man which constitute ihemoztl.onoraluleex.Aibiiim .
: ;K M-i into (ternil:)'. The measure our life and be rather bard (Iii him so he midc a I Great Hail Storm in the Seminjle Country.Destruction i\'t smooth answers, to rough questions.' and tcomtn." I Cbicago"loJ on holdon of nai mol sympathy o recd We J
i, a Land.bteath ; it is a tale that i U told ; i iraitidity its leap to get o\er. Sure enough, the two por. of Wild lind, 4'c.MarcellusDuvai In Buffalo a man is fined twenty.five dollars I forbid the -}ouare (young cannot resist adding that, up present i
is like the swift sluitlie or the flying are lions of the stump did spring together, and in !, Seminole agent, arrived in this place: I if he erects! a building without setting out man.: As the lady Icfi the office with' glowing moment, the citizens of tbe United Stales an a
\; it is brief us the fading flower, or the doing so, caught his trowsers with a grip of from the Seminole country, on Wednesday Ihade trees in front of it. cheeks, I fanced that she secretly: blessed: continuing their noble offices of kindness t p
transitory rainbow, or the dazzling mellor ; a \ice. Now these trowers were homespun, last. From him we learn that on the 2Gth of; Morse for his useful invention. our starving and in'eced: emigrants who shall I
i !. i'' i a L IIIt, i is a breath. At every swing and the 6'r.ff! remarkably)' strong. The ox*>n March last, the valley of the Canadian, about Charily.-"I fear"saida country curate to I II continue flying, in unusual 1 misery, to their D
-'' .ftlt pendulum: :spirit goes into eternity.Il .- moved *!cadiir on, the farmer grasped tightly one hundred and fifty: miles west of this, was I.!,iis flock -"when I explained to Jon in my Tasso.-It is related of Torpuito Tasso, hospitable shores. Liverpool must nut com 0I
4 .. Between the iisng:: and setting of the sun i he handles! ol bis plough : There was a long visited by one of the' starrest storms of bail last. charity sermon, that philanthropy was the tbe immortal author of Jerusalem Delivered, I I jlaiu. It is now some weeks since the Commission I,
: -12,000 souls: are tummoned before there pul and a pull altogether, by the twenty Joke that ever fell, the hail clones being about lie I I ore ol wr specie*, you must have understood that he spoke plain when only six months.old. : at New York bad lost seven doctors,
The held ne to say specie, which may account for the At the of seven: he understood Latin thirteen overseers, and two of the commissioners C
'i Creator. Death i is \ery busy, night and da oxen. stump on, the farmer'helon size of hen's egg, and some even larger. age years I
; t '.. at all seasons, in all climes. True, as we) and the trowsers would not yield a thread Where' Mr. Duval was, the bail stones were .;;nullnem of the collection.! You will prove, and Greek, and composed several verses.At .- themselves by the contagion besides their
:.< beautiful, are those lines of Mrs. Hem But something! had to come. There was no not so large, he being on a ridge but on either, jy our present contribution, that lOU arc" no the age of nine he was condemned to death iresider.l-:mst efficient man."
I ans- standing a forty ox team.and so the roots gavin bide, on the river and in the prarie, the stormwaitenific. ongei laboring under the same mistake.. by Charles the Fifth, a was also his father< ,
.. I.eves hate their time l It(al, and away went slump, farmer, plough and( The wild geese and brants, a A Fellow in the jail wishes he had the who was secretary to the Prince of Salerno, In Washington it appears to be well understood .
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I '. And flowers to wither lihe iiurllt vti.iJ',treat 1} oxen across the field. Some days after, the species of the wild goose, appeared to be on a small. pox, so he could break out." Hems but both! saved themselves by flight. The thai the Allison Il"uer-bearing date I
; Aidl4r to .ft-but old fellow told this friend ihe that infant poet wrote a on their dis. 22d ultimo-is the identical document preparcd .
story to a and ended wing day.migrating in great numbers, I tried every thing else, he but he poem
,, ,' Thou lia=t all ull' lor thine own, 0 death says in which ho himelfand his in this city on tbe night of the 9th or 10th
by easing, Now I call the trowsers firs from south to north, and were killed by hun. c::an't it. grace, compared r
i, He is supplied! with a boundless variety l rate siufl': : "U Undoubtedly" replied the f rime dreds with the bail, while flying. ; core father to Ascanius flying with .//Eneas. Tasso ultimo, (I forget which,) by Messrs, Critten-
S darts and arrows, with which he accomplishes Thirty The Quee and the Babies.-Queen Victoria Padua law and den, Stephens Georgia, and Bliss aDd one I
with becoming gravity, .nut it was a ban were counted in one place :1)ing dead, dy some was now sent to to study ; be.
I' his ,u.k. Could all the forms in which death strain on the suspenders." pl"f01bo passed the spot shortly after the ..vill be twenty-nine years on the 24th inst.- fore he had attained his twelfth year, be had or two other gentlemen. Major Bliss, who ,
a comes to man he written together, what a storm. Some fell dead in the yard ofa Sem- she; was married on the lOih of February, finished his course of rhetoric, poetry, logic, had intended to remain her some lime, posted a
.. Jung and fearful catalogue would it mke.- NEGOTIATING .A :OT1 inole named Micanopy, who picked j 1840, and ia already given six heirs to tbe and ethics. At the age of seventeen he had offneit morning for Louisiana, arriving evidently f
Think of tIle innumerable number of disease iuritigthie past winter, an agent of a West them clitf, had them cooked and ate them. hronc,namely Victoria AdelaideMaria Lou- received his degrees in philosophy, law, and too late to prevent the writing of ifce-
all at the command of dea h. And though sa, born November 21, 1840, Albert Ed. and his of Rinaldo letter of the 20th ultimo, to the editors (
a bore'sleigh maker disposed of a fine sleigh tone Ho told! the agent afterwards be thought the divinity, published poem o tie J
a these were not sufficient, see how man is exposed rand, Prince of Wales, November 9, 1841 ; which of the IUchmand (Va.) Republican, which
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: A-. in the town of M-.. Mr. A_ Great Snirit bad cent them lo the Indians. was precursor though
to latal accidents on every haiti, and happened not to have the money-,--that- -- wa knowing they were scarce of prO'hionl.- lice Mund Mary, Apri 25, 1843- ; Alfred has rendered him immortal. His Jerusalem quite as non-committal a the other, and, like f
at every moment. It is a saving of Flavel, due him in hand, and accordingly l satisfied Some of the Indians were afraid to cat (hem, raest Albert, August 1844 ; Helena Au. Delivered was commenced at the age of twcn- that, designed to catch birds of every feather, 1
-.. that the smallest pore in tbe boy is a door the young mm with his note, and the prom. supposing the destruction ot'so great a quantity g;usta Victoria, May 2;, and an infant born ty.two.Haydn.Liko. has had the Affect of detaching from his IUP J
.' large enough to let death." The leanest larch 1818. The allowance to each childi in ibis region Whigs heretofore
il ise that the money)' should! be ready when the of these birds portended evil to their port many j
gnat in the air/ tbe same writer sOle I $135,000 a year. Mozart dined to tbe policy him in.
says note came along.A country. The agent says that he never !heard Haydn gave strong press nominating a
"Ins) choke one, as it did Adrian, or the few weeks passed by, and the note arrived. of any thing due like before in his life, and Laughter.-An agreeable and contagious manifestations of his taste for music, even in the federal National Convention. Immediately! ton
.. ,. ,. Pope of Rome. A little hair in milk may Very unfortunately, Mr. A- bad when he left, the Indians were bringing CI onvulsion ,of the human countenance, on re. infancy. His father, who had some know. its appearance in the Richmond paper, to 1
.a strangle one, a it did a counsellor in Rome.A not received his dues. in from the praries wild sti brants by 'ciTing a tailor's bill, or being asked to return ledge of music, used to play the harp lo his which it was addressed, the Hon. William S.
little skin of a raisin may slop one's breath. The agent made some inquiries, and fount horse loads. Several 1 of et'8 the Indian cabins a n umbrella. w ifo's while the infant Haydn imitated Archer, tbe staunchest Taylorite af them all,
'4 MS it did the Ijric poet, .\facreon." A little it highly, probable that he never would. were blown down, and others uprooted by the The Netv Orleans Delta says, a happier a ingint bow wkh two pieces of wood, Mr. Tolcr, the editor of(be Whig, and many I
tu.nor on a finger ed the avenue The and thus took in this other expediency men, opendeclared? oft :
rtcf'nty.pro note was banded over to the manu. storm, but fortunately no person was killed 'pntiment ne'er'as uttered than that which part quiet family concert. .
a :' (if t death to a physician city, who was facturcr, as a bard case. He soon, howev. -Fort Smith (Ark.) Herald, April escribed Gen. Twiggs as the hero of all the When sufficient age, Le was placed! among and sent (the wonder mongers declare) a del..
'.1 in the vigor oi life and health. Even the -r, came down to M-, to try bin luck. He allies, and none nf tht letters." the choir boys in the Cathedral of Vienna. egat.on: to Washington lo induce Mr. Crillen- t
food we fat lo nourish! us, and the air we did His duties hoursin den to accept their aid in obtaining: for him* t
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not go near Mr. A-I, but inquired a. Col. Wtller.-This gentleman! the Democratic ---- as a singer occupied only
: breathe, maJ introduce death into our s\sstems. bout him. He hud gone to Boston with the candidate (for Governor, in Ohio, us Singular Coincidtnlu.-O t the variouandidales the day, but Haydn practised in general] I self the nomination. It is no yet known I
And ( every thing else should fail t<> and for sixteen and sometimes hours. He 'what answer Mr. Crittrnden vouchsafed to this- t
very sleigh, his note was not worth a routing the enemies of the Mexican war wber Ci ), two great eighteen r
: harm us, \\ might fill beneath our own pine chip. ever be goes. He recenlly'addressed! a meet Ping arties, three were born in New Hampshire, was wont to speak in rapturous terms of the t com nri it tee."
: ., hinds should! God permit a cloud to pass oyc: The in.ker contrived to meet him thp of his felo\.citizpnf. at which a stiff old to i I wit : Cass, Woodbury and Webster ; and delight he received from combinations of The above anecdote, which we have heard C
.,.- '. U our reason. 0, bow insecure is life how lay, accidentally, and said, Friend, do nel you Federalst8 present, after hearing the iree in Virginia, to wit : Clay, Taylor and sound ; even when he was playing with his before, we extract from the Washington cor. t
.i .ra' is death I What has been said of the know! of anyone that's got a good sleigh that ross requested Col. Weller to coll. They were all too, in both Slates, companions, he was never able to resist the respondence of tbe Albany Argus. We can. r
,. mariner in respect to his hip, that, Le at.e !. I he wants to sell ?" put th s question ant: You who are in favor of b)rn within a circle of less than a hundred harmony of the organ in the cathedral.- not vouch fur it, but republish it a a part e :
e .. ways fails vrubin four inches cfdea'b/'m.M Yes," replied! the unsuspecting fellow, sustaining the (country in the present war. with ileg. Webster was born in Concord, Cass Haydn now began to think of composition, the current history of the times. The .a.
a ".' I IM said of ibe soul, in relation to the bodr.'r .- .4 J I've got one." 1l"xico8Y Ayr. A shout like that which Exeter, and Woodbury in Fnmcistown.i .- but could not obtain lessons from any of the of the messenger to Washington lw. been
lithe ship split, then the sailor sinks ; if ou; They both went to tbe neighbor's where went up on the heights, of Monterey, was the i I Virginia. Clay was born in Hanover, Tay. able professors Vienna. He was thus thrownon mentioned to us, but it is not important to the
:., earthen TtI1 breaks, the soul is plunged! forever he. new sleigh was stored, and af cr some response. The Colonel then put the question loin r in Orange, about firty miles from's birth- his own resources, yet still despaired not. : story.-Richmond; Enquirer.
.; ino! the .11QrttS! ocean of eternity.I .- ime had been spent in examining the proper. this wise : You who are opposed to sus ace, and| Scott in Dinwiddie, about the He bought an old Ireatisn on harmony at a I:
'; \'cr oar< senses not benumbed and deaden y, the maker concluded to take i for the ex. lainins this war, will say Nay." Not a me distance from Hanover. It is an in. stall ; and devoting himself to the study of it How to gel a vhoJe ,&i o CM. w
4.. '"; "d, we should read a warning every tear ict sum named in the note. escaped the lip of a single one present. te resting fact, which is not generally known, with all tbe zeal of genius, speedily acquireda Juik Bottle.-Ever/ tim ..
ft .,.- Ie% ; and hear an admonition in every %win J It \a fastened to the one he came in, and The old Federalist would't vote, declaring th at three pf the Presidents of the United mastery of the principles of the art, and e.e a horn', drop the price of a nipper into the
.. that, sfehs. Even fIerI ** nature' sweet restorer he horse headed the right way. h'at"when it comes to the naked qutttion, SL ales were) born in one country, (Westmoread long became one of its brightest ornaments. bottle, and take a glass of pure water R4*
p r" ," would be !/ monitor of deal! Oh !" said the maker, as of a sudden I don't Jiko to vote on that side." The old !a1 ,) Virginia, and one of poorest countries peat this until the bottle i M full, then breakit
!.: ,.. -an ever present emblem of mortalilrCycle. '- bought, 'a I suppose h will make no differ man was in the aam predicament a large nn tbe State. New Hampshire has not been House's Telegraph.-The opposition lightning and carry tbecontentstoa good tar..a.
: nee ill pay jon with a note, that has number of bis political friends will find themselves fat r behind Virginia in her contributions toI line, between New.York and Philadel within a moaib. IOUi find ene
--- -- mt a short time to run, against goo one of your in at the next election. When it thi /0 Hear it Heaven.-Christ' is ns some wn townsmen r comes to the na'ed question-for their coun. an B no less than seven members of the pres.t ing and transmitted the news by tbe America I or expense to yooraelf. The same Ca b
.r I ir.s I )k fir away to the 'blissful seats ol. sa Just a leave hare it," was tbe answer. Ir or against it-they will be found, either en Senate {who were born in that State.- The House instrument, it is stated, worked done with bala boots, &c.Vo have
Jo their destined resf.' But is not far. Thi I ITo admirably. a cart load ofwood and barrel) betranamognified
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: handed him his note, and left him pale voting at all, or casting their suffrage for o6orto
,r.;. _;i cous (bat bide the shining world are thin with wonder, and with eyes like saucers 'he Democratic candidate and the country. By this telegraph words are printed in, fair in a similar .
ill/ are tiansfont, and noon will nb"cure n< Richmond Examiner. Indefinite.-At Stourbridge. England, Rom n capital instead of( being indicatedby
: ..nQre.PIe journey may end this hour- A gentleman once lid be sboold like to _ anA nuiical festival took place fir relief of the signs. Philadelphia American signifi- It may be said generally! husband u the
3t uiC .bor step may p'ace him in the world ofl ee a boat full of ladies adrift on tbe ocean sleepy deacon, who sometimes encased ptin f. .I l>!igh's.' O le dar hour may bang upon him : o see what course they would steer. A laiy popular r games, hearing the minister use Therp'sa good time coming." At the canty.a)1 is tbe. lift biuine?. we old maid who reproached Lis .
1 : .i l hut ih" :comes and no shade behim in tbe room itplied, .* that's easily told ; the words shuffle ofTlhU mortal coil," star. coi Delusion,of the. melody a firmer stood up, now sincerely trust that the two rival 1 eompanies such a fol as to marl him- to -be .

V .t. 0!y. hrigh', peaceful, and eternal!, cue hey woul steer for the Isle of Man, to b ed u rubbed his <:yof| exclaimed, bold on am rl addressing the oi4 said, .Mr.. Rus. wi go to work assiduously-lo the is not 1 good as ahold beitbe. ... : ,.
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Tnl : We find i in the Mae b Menengrr and Jntrnml of We copy tb.1010wini from one of our TAYLOR contend that TAYLOR i n as strong .CLAY,and One of our agents at Athens, Gpa, ba Ht us .J f

the S4tb- i instant, an exhibit of the condition of'six of exchange papers. We Lave not seen th address to the TATLORITKS co itend that i CLAY is nominated the following letter, with permission to publish the 1j Aprsh17.1&4.: ?.

.... v. ,LOJf. Ibe South Carolina Banks, to wit :-Bank of tbeState which it alludes,but if this be a fair specimen of its M the.tapado nument of hie fame will be completed same. propoeth will b'e received uader the *cC i "

; = of South Carolina, with Us Branches kt Colombia contents, it must( be a rich document : iefeat." Between the t"o ex- TRUTH IS MIGHTY AND WILL PREVAIL SEALED March Iatuntil3. p.aa.ots' SitUJ.s l. .

urday, May 27, 184g.AflCTOMINATI0NL. and Camden, the South Western Railroad Gen. Taylcr in Kentucky.-The Central Taylor tem! therefore, we think the Democracy have AritcM. August 24. 1848. the lth of JUe.1948. for sixteen'milHtniuf dvl- i

Bank, The Flanten sod Mechanics Bank the Union Committee ol Kentucky in a late address ia refer food grounds for hope and we assure our opponentsthat I Dear Sir:-Having been afflict.d for more than lr of Cnitf Stiles stock, reimburse.! twenty .
Clat'a letterconclude follows- after the lit day of 1849,bear* .
ence to Mr. frm July,
Back of Charleston. State Bank of South Carolina I we still peinaded:, we can swallow either or' ten months with Chronic Inflammation of the Lungs,
T. .Your Committee would therefore say, that notb- a tog sit percent. interest annum, payable semiannually -
and the Bank of &\lih: Carolina-making in ins .occurred which would make it necessary at both of the Whig candidates without I grimace. at limes very severely, and baring adopted many on Ibe first pr of January and July tttcjch t

yofc oorCRMom or FLOZIDA: all, six Banks and two Branches, and embracing all this time to re-assemble the Convention, and that medicines without any bat temporary relief I purchased < year. No bid will be received below pt; ncr
BAILEY.WILLIAM nothing has transpired that tn disturb the harmony Downright Treason oftJlar's Balsam of will any bid considered; unless: one percent I h.t.
WILLIAM the institutions io the Stale, the of OU/h about three :
OBN. except Bank of the Whir in Kentucky. An h.ntt A Virginia Jfaijrjpaper, the Charlottesville Advocate bo'le I I. of is step sired in some depositors of the
: Hamburg Georgetown, Camden and Cberaw and party well be entertained Wild Cherry, from the effects of which I obtainedmore ,. Stiles or
ra ClGaE. difference of opinion may Upl is guilty of treason, in intimating that Gen. bf.'rrthe atefudIOorniDlhe pIG
P. 'DUVAL. the Old Commercial Bank at Columbia.: From Ibis questions of ttpediency among those ,ho lre TAYLOR'S iMe AIIiia letter was prepared for him at relief than from nil the m dicine. I had ever pooals. b f

exhibit which is mane up from the returns-of the sonbly) united on questions .1( principle. And taken for that distressing: disorder I hare by the and without any refeience to the of others, and
both the general Whig Convention and the WhigConvention Washington" by'the jiolllicun there. lea tbe audacious should tate the )J-rrtnium T>4prnm
I been hllnti
FLICTOtS : Banks themselves as compiled by tbe Comptroller I repeated use of this valuable Balsam more ft.rP. I
pp&rIIrEITIAL favorable to the nomination cf General whig editor: ; als .hn,1 lr.and 4" .
R. FAIRBANKS, Of Si. John,. of the State according to law, we find that the liabilities Taylor concurred in recommending the same electoral "It will be remembered that not long since it'us free from pressure for breath and oppression on the :for tJ'"a1 sn," addressed to the Secretary ;

SttRLES II. DUPONT. Of Galle. of these six Banks amount to SI4.3)S.?59. ticket to the peoleall that retrain* note tobedone given out' by letter-writers from Washington, lungs than I had anlicl)3t"d-ld. indeed conceive! ol ( Tieamry. fl'ashiogtonCifD., C. Tbe sums .

Jg.S "O Of Jackn* Cwnty.M. and the rrso\rr to the same. Their immediate is that the eltor and delegates be urged Io that! I letter from Gen. Taylor would ort1y hat I will b cured. by continuing its u*". of this which may be accepted will be required to be pai!
MIL under which fie tlptJ Ihe depositary of the United Stall bnthtl&. ki kiro
down bear in mind the cireumshncf they which would meet aJ>approbation of all : I do cheerfully j'
liabilities tf-us
ho\yeYtr. are set most diiheaitening malady. mot '
were appointed, and that they> do not forget the un- h not this the letter t J"G it not concocted in phccs of residence of the persona f rtittl."bu..
We surrender a large portion of our columns Bills in Circulation, 1,931.300 questionable truth that Gen. Taylor is an aeailalle Washington 1 T general principle about the ender you this acknowledgment, which you will use otter!may te s'wcesaul ; but tht amrrtjrt bf Ihe ieeeptid f"

of tbe excellent ad.liyrt Balances dneothei Barb. 1.S44.379 candidate in Kentucky, and that if an occasion I, veto &.C., which I lays down, are no doubt Gen.Tarlor's a your judgment dictates. bids irom.bidders not residing ;rn the Uuiied
.1to tbe publication very ic I 1,8,55 should aii? in \hich it" "i be proper declare it, : real opinions, to which, when he RODNEY RUKK3 S ales, roust be po.tc; with the; assistant. treasurers ;
by N. M. HATtxs, Esq.. before thetUO" Depoite. bearing Interest t. they proclaim this truth (fearlessly act upon it." readily and honestlV subscribed. They reuete.are. nnf.Iheltl WaynesbofoMgh, Burke Cuntr ,Georgia. at New York. llon, Phf'aJetyhia.or: New Or. t 4 I

and citizens Monticello en the first that the CLAY and principles which every man almost in the 1 leans
: I BCfm., then TATLR For sale by E. BARNARD, Jr. Druggist. Talla- To .rltmi. tD an!) ?
give an Io
Tb reader will ncl regret the space itProncts Total liabilities, S,6sG."G3 What Union, Whig or DenWrat, pioferw. Are the people ppf y persons participate : f.
I of l Kentucky are united upon Jintlt. and t in Ihe interment .., ia this stock, bids will
To meet which they have resources which are whig ?-is the intelligent whig pnlylhu.lo be hum. hassee, D. LADD Newport by Druggists gene- .nnd t
f tqar. __ _. __ principle ? General TAYLOR not say that he bu/gil and bamboozled not In (,*n. Taylor-for he ally throughout Ihe United States.OBITUARY.. IMS received for the lo, t denomination ion of certificatesauthorized '
available:
: immediately: approves of the policy of which Mr- CLY is the too, in the honesty and simplicity of his; natnre i is bj W-.t-being for fifty dollars-as well 1 t
In Cut I'lorld Specie on hand. $3S3OC.7 by the in ----------.---- ----- -- fur IJgf.r? $uro.
upon-but a
"embodiment. he calls a whig even, imposed politicians Washing
excursion through most of the Counties Bills other I Basks in Carolina;, 259.379. I him",1 the ton ?" 1 All? retti8csteier one thousand dlar.a be o .
A rent Do. inotherState.. 8.050 it is with many qualifications and always with transferable! on the books of the all
Florida has us to lorm an acquain- President Now, what have the Ta.tlurite* to say to this?- Died in Pu bla. Mexico on the 15th of March, in treasury !
certificates thai and
a East enwll Bbnef due from Carolina B'ks, 48.CM- declaration, that if he should be elected Ion sum upwards will b* 'tfn ;
with its citizens, its climate and resources, Do. Banks in other Stcs: 34.203 he would not feel bound to administer the government We might overlook their silence when Democratic he service of his country. JOHN W I.EVINU5. ferVole on the books of the treasury, or by delivery i

1 the of the Domestic' Exchange, 35,105 .toot the sat horn," but when their native' with" at the 6f the bidder.
pi obtain some information of prospects upon the principles of either party. Who paver e own of New Yetk, but for many years a resident upor atchf. optt6n .
Foreign do. I35,1S journals, (their own mouth harp the of this To avoid expense conl ion. and raill/plication I
Apolitical parties in that portion of the State.ft can say of him, that he will recommend this or that Iiece. on same city. accounts with con-pens' attached ,, )
t pleased with our vi it. The country string may we not asia, is there not I. When a call was made by Ihe Executive i'n our ail.certiticaies .
letter
were his
'el Total Resources f 1,694,500 measure ? Who can say, in the face ol 'Imelhinp be for the sum one thou.al dollars. 1
I f rtpidly filling up with industrious and respectaye that this or that policy be the policy of his administration rotten in Denmnk Has not old ZAC departedfrom young State for troops for Mexico, (he young, the The successful bidders wilt be required to depcsile "

emigrants from other SI"IC. There an shunt Leaving balance against the Batiks of $3,99-2,107 While it .i is no utterly impossible to the position lie took a twelve month back- middle ared. and even the old, rushed forward with the amount awarded in tire equal instalments( in eachof t

.- (jjoceof good land now in the market, although it This showing is certainly not as f"orblf a might predicate any single thing of his course it is !strange has he not, in short I turrenderedT We merelyput a hope of participating inits struggles and and thmonths November of of July.the! present Airgast.September.year except for sum, i .

f ,being rapidly entered not only by settlers but by be wished, but there can be little doubt o their (thai intelligent men should .ay those who support these queries t hose who swear by the hero of in Ihe elevation ol our national rights. Among the not exceeding twenty thousand dOllars. where (tie .

,., reatoI1. The present is a very favorable lime I ability to tale up all their liabilities. Without assistance him and those who support CLAY are" indissolublyunited the Rio Grande' anrj warn (them to be cautious how alter, we would be inclined to class our friend; a to bidder may b desirous of making( immediate pay- J

jircore good locali n. A lew years since imme- however (rom other sources, we do not see on questions cl principle" The views and they attempt to crfira him d',wn other people's ;ebut that did not daunt his cool and ardent love for mnl. in whch. cafe stock the Whole will bear am"ul interest may in at all once 3'

iately at the close of the Indian war, so great was how they ci-uld well stand a run upon them for policy of the latter are w,1 known. Those who throat;. lorida. The company about to be broken up and b'rom the date Thf of deposite. cases -

tit emigration, that provhions became tcarce, and specie. From an analysis: of the report published in support; him have some guide for their conduct.Bur .- Taylor I and the Veto sent back to their homes for want of .few torn. he Tbe bids will be opened at the Treasury Depart- .. .

pjn! were induced to return which deterred others the same paper, we see that large deductions are to those who support TAYLOR have no freely to save the honor ol this.State, cam forward merit at S, p. rn., on Saturday the 1'tlt June, 184"?.
re.m.50 General TAYLOR'S views in reference to the veto
fraffl emigrating to the country. Fcr the lat two be made from their resources and liabilities which offered his services at theel..venlh hour and tbronzh in lie piesence of all persons who way desire to attend ': .
for
(a a principles are cncErne. doing so. His do net meet wilh general, concurrence from the I : but, under a provision introduced into the art
however, have been abundant anc will leave balance of $G.C32W50 excess of resources his means the requisite was shortly j .
mrs provisions a general declarations are such a any man night: Whig press. The General seems Io prize it as a"high nuhr m3rrl (f 311 r f March 13t. no bidder will be permitted

te b olaine at fair prices a i is the case at presat. over and above the ultimate! liabililie of the make, no matter to what party he belonged. As to conservative powerHytl t according to his views of its up and proceeded to (heir place <>f destination, high I withdraw his bid. On all bid not acce ted. the to"to .;

The growing crop. although suffering some- Ean}.. On the whole, then, we think Irom the I supporting him. therefcre, o.1lhe ground that he exercise, this high conservative!power" is (practically in spirits; for the glory and honor that awaited them amount .deposited The whole irt adrance will be lh immediately. : btehlrl'l'fl.
from drought looks and bids fair Ihe South Carolina Banksare on the battle field. And indeed this has been ar- premium on < amount awarded
promising that
toil returns,
.a'
: published is a whig, or anything else, it cannot be done. His I. nullified. For instance, the case is well bj faist be deposited as part of the first ra!. ,
.ltl repay the tiller's toil. East Florida i is oneitbeeasiest I in a condition w hich rnder them amply able to I position loibidi it, and it is absurd nonsense! to talk Frederick (X1J,) Examiner, a Whi; pu paper complished, and a lustre of brightness shed on the merit required in Julv) next.

places in the world for the industrious ; redeem every! dollar of their issues ultimately,., but I II j about it. I Itt which ceitair.lv ; to snuff danger to Whiggeryin chivalry of our State by some of her sons who hare R. J. WALKER.Secretary I

per nun to obtain a liting. aud fur oll.fr better Io j jiiio not in a condition to withstand a protracted immediate that i do aeln lad the good fortune to return : but alas! in this of llieTreasiry. .
I is evident, however 11t nigs not (the G Itrd's views : ParIs of the d.ily ef Boston New
Y"rtr.
tbe world to increase their possessions The i drain upon their vaults, without assistance the hopes of onr friend were blasted The papers q
support TAYLOR because, his principles are known .We are to understand, then, that if (the measures wl.t Philadelphia. Baltimore Charleston and New C.
wnerous lakes and ponds abound in fib the foriiuin from abroad. By the terms of their charter, the i and satisfactory to them. Their object is to elect cf the Whig party, 'tinder their administration fur comfort;,joy and happy hours which I preumr.1Ie l leans, and in all other States tbe papers selected tft .

game-the range for cattle unbounded, and j jilnost > stockholder of the Banks. are liable to the extent ol 'j instanre.shculflopi-ra'emosf' benScially. to t the country anticipated in spending his return onf with his print I the Iws of the United States are authorized '.:
the man the\ run. The game is a desperate one.- j '
unsurpassed and the soil of an excellent their property for the debts of the several Banking j I jet, by somft sUll.n<| populer! outbreak, whether only> daughter,who idolized him,and whom he In\r- to publish this advertisement. i ,I
have little of with tho
They hope succeeding
very 1 local wise the should ApriI29t".Pt. 41Groceries !
nalityproducing the varieties of the Northern institution*-a provision and one which from ('Jf'S 0 majority 3S a loving (father were by an all-wise Prcvi.jtntedirrced t. ..
salutary
rough whig and they are, therefr, willing to stake b.'trned aainsttleWhi!: ;; part,the General would -
oi Southern climes. Cotton, Corn Oats, Rye, ought to be incorporated into every charter granted : their all upon a man whose principles a Mr. BOTT, not exercise the trio power, bfe.u"f I the rhaii!e happened otherwise. liis day br come the hour &c. .

Bice Sugar and of the fruits, be for but for These but would remain content and it his appointed, and his tnfifc its to realm
many tropical may any purpose especially banking. ; a leading whig tells us, are .carefully concealed"from give soul fight 10 000 LBS. BACON h1AM. SIDES and t
yen on many of the plantations and all may be culwitedto 'I consideration, and the caution which has charac.I (unction-like a theme vane to be shifted and turnedby above and bid this world adi'u. SHOULDERS 'i
the in the that the of his
public hope manner .
profit. The citizens are moral, kind and terized their h have demanded and re- everv political bNtZ.no matter from what quarter Although( deceased fiiend while! with u. nude K(00( Ib*. best Leaf Lard I .
mlnagft.ent election would impose a debt of gratitude upon him t of the compass i| nay c'orae-withofit the exercise y(*} Ibs. Carolina Rice. ;
tapitable and a number of Ihe most intellectual, :" ccived fur the Carolina Banks a share of1 of sound no profession of religion publicly, yet we are coaident .
greater which would: in the end male the victory a complete a judgment, mo"!solemnly enjoined by 21) bbl; ST. LOTJTS! Flout,
attiligfnf: and enlerprizing citizens of the olJtr :I public confluence than has been extended to the i ii. !! \\liig victory measures, loaves and fishts.and tbe coislitufion( upon the Enecufive. that he believed in the merits of a crucified 10 sacks RIo CoiYe. ... 'Ii

Satei lave cast their lots in Florida. Although h.. ftitutions of any other! State i the Union and we That the veto his been most shamefully abused Redeemer, and I trust his last moments were hippy 5CX gallons choice Liquors and Wines.50 .- l
I every sort of booty included. This is t their expe we readily admit, but who desires the President of bbls. double rectified Wbi ,ke
country is but sparsely settled, there isfxdIJciCt I j : May we all take by his death and learn thai .\. q'
: for withdrawing patern
can
now
I Fee DO good reason withholding or '
ye Slates ( the instrument in theJtandt
diency. I TAYLOR i is an available candidate"lhat the :lit.d tq lit mere ?dozen best t Port Wine. ; tAt
l! to be found in every neigLb.rhoo. andcJiiiwill that confidence hich has hitherto beer ( i it the idea. When the words .in Kentuck}" of Congr ss, instead of lit Canstitutlonaladruer life at its very best is uncertain, and that we cannot I ICr .. II Madeira Wine

give tune to others who may emigrate. I reposed in I Ihein. The(.ct that they might net be able are added does it mean to throw doubt upon the ? make any calculations on this earth. But (lhi we I 4 Sherry .. f.iJ"

Ia poltiics we were of course gratified to lear i to meet a run for specie. is evidence rf unsoundness. know, this is not our resting place; that we are born B II Claret II t
n t.eir of CLAY ? What CLAY'S at .
!strength strength Methodist ,Gea.erloufueucc. Sup, Candles, Starch Cheese, Ticljl-s, Olirrv.
cat the Democracy was, heretofore in the East, There are few in the Union, for a happici one: .place not made with hand"eter- I .f
a very D.I.k home doubtful ? How the fallen What Olive Oil Mustard
are mighty Dr. PIERCE the Delegate the Pitlshurg Conference Catsup. PepperGround Pepper. f '
a the ascend ant. That the partial success of the if which could redeem all their issues at 'I nal in the heavens." Although his remains repose Green and Black Teas
i any a mo has been his sin? That he adheres too tenaciouslyto from the Southern Methodist Church has ,Jc.c., tc., at (be new Kf cery ; t

nip for a year or two past was on account cf die ment's warning. Take the Banks of Massachusetts, I.iihi principles .' Indeed it would seem so written a letter la the Conference in which he says : beneath the surface of a (foreign land, his name will tore of S. S. KNIGHT. .

utioai and dissensions in our own ranks, not from I II : for instance, which are considered the soundest long be remembered Ly a numerous circle of friend I April 23, I S IS. 41 ; '
among when we find his old friends deserting him to follow I have received two extracts from your journal :
to'
not( of Dumb,. We are assured that the full j in the country, and we see that, on the Ut November (the standard of one who has no principles, and cf (the 4th and 5th instant. From these extracts I and acquaintances for his honest and uprrgM; f rains- : Pure Siflpliaie of : .

democratic strength will b rallied this year and of lar-t year, their circulation amounted to I' who declares himsell Sf the I learn that you decline receiving me in my proper actions through life, his sincere frien&bip and bis, Quinine.

; tht the ballot box will show something like our I no less t than j5, J.S'11.: while of t they hid independent whig party character a your aqCtdite delegate of the M. E. many social qualities, and the *filer of these few rPHE subscribers have on hand two hundred and
: specie as well as of all others. I Church South, fc me to a ..eat"ithin C JL fifty ounces of Sulphate of Quinine which they :
: farmer majorities. The satisfaction expressed with in their vaults only .1.5.3,9l3f'3 ,ual to but IWCI.tj-j (lie bar as due to nie on account (>f mv private and lines for the many r.le' hours which had been 'have brained direct from the manufacturers, and

tin Bomioatio&j for Governor and Congress, gives I!j five cei.ts in specie I 10 every d"la r paper cireu. j European News. I ;personal merit. These considerations I shall! appre. spent with him fur many yean.fjj ; they will warrant it to be a superior article. j.
i fall of in the and will them with in all the I We hare enlarged our stock of Drugs Ind Medicines -
assurance success present canvass.IT iatic From this; it will be s'en"bat a There is no abatement of the interest and anxietj ciate reciprocate you I
t : t! walks of chrfstian, and social life. But within Divine seRvice may be expected in the Methodist i. by recent ariirals, and jot prepaeato %'t;. -:.
1
were present at rewuannie at a democratic ingredient; confidence is in Banking: (,peraicns"l! with which the people of this country look for the I private orders for articles in our line at wholesale or lefaiTj
Ihe bar of the General Conference I can only be Protestant Church Sud:, afternoon at a 1.
ceetiog which was addressed by the Hon. Withdraw this, and a panic would follow j news from tt.t old world. arrival only serves known in official character. every on the most accommodating terms.
Mr'l i J\rJ my o'clock .
and
{ fAn.uns. one of the Democratic candidates I. would produce a revulsion: disastrous; Ic. ever} inter-1, to increase expectation a to I succeeding one. S I You will therefore regard this communication a! 3i every, Thursday---- evening- -at o'clock.----- I We bare also a few accc.unfl1et due to us (or the ..-
factor of President and Vice President which was final 1 on the part ethic[ M. E Church South. She :. year 1S47. They are generally in small amounts r
I !
| est. We are no ad.oalei for Banks, as every one general an uprising of Ihe masses who hare been so ".
Ice Ice Ice
never renew the offer of fraternal relations be. but if the whole could be paid shortly it would pifar J
.*eaeJ to with great attention. The speech was knows but we have Blw'. to Jr.l with :I long trodden underfoot and denied the privileges offreemen can Which
len wiling Methodists (owardliuidatingcetain( sums we Mti.LEWIS .
T bodies of
t vindication I II tween the two great< Wesleyan rjb riben will deliver ICE at the Ice House '
c ale of democratic principles, ir consul them with even-handed ju !!. The press however cannot but Le .:crle with great results in the United States. But the proposition can be THE 5 to 7 o'chc: : every morning at 4 cents retail & AMES. ,4 .

with whig novelties and absurdities. The ad. I should: ever feel it an imperative duty to watch j either for weal or woe. The universal voice must renewed at any (time, either now or hereafter by the at the Ice } 5 cents per lb. up town.- April in. 1S49. 41Notice.

a was convincing and effective. The Democrats their movement* without partiality ind give such l.e1d-il: will make itself heard. The latest be',1, M. H. Church. And if ever made upon the basis of Persons living in the surrounding villages "il be
everunited( and firm inthecause the Plan of Servatjrn, as adapted by the General (urnihf Ice at (the Ice House for 3J pet SIt
I ud.Alahuure. a ,warning Io the public a circumstances may seem to I doe not promise an)ceasing the commotions. [i, Conference IMi, Ihe Church S-.: I VT ill cordially I pound by the hindred weight. LL creditors. l legatees! and persons entitled Io'Li. l.ti
"'i give a good account of themselves in Octo- demand. Under the influence of these (feelings we J I War i is: racing in eh North and in the South, and er.lert.m the projxaitiou." J. &J. T. DAFFIN. distribution in the Estate Theophilus EeafVydeceased 'i

kDet. At Alligator,Governor DCVAL addressed have, therefore, fill it our duty to throw together I there is no quiet for any nation of f Europe. Tlf Tallahassee May 20. 1S IS. 44 are hereby notified that their claims and .e'

tM people. The Court-house was crowded to stiffxttioa these few thought, and submit them to our readers, the spreading, instead of diminishing.The I C.-: Nothing; has been heard from the Democratic demands will be barred at the expiration of two years "

t -the speech wts highly applauded and without further j I National; Convention which assembled in Baltimore Notice. from the granting ol letters testamentary to the un. a .
ommlutat I country to Americans look with '
present wlicb t.E designed; unless the same are exhibited within the
p'e general satisfaction. The Governor will a II I on Monday last to nominate candidates for President months after date the Adrainis- '
get i undersigned ".
greatest interest is. France. The bold stroke she I SIX : said two years to the undersigned or to James T.
weeping vote in Columbia, and the East generally.II .We are at a hors to know upon wh3t grounds :j has made for freedom, and her declarations in favor and Vice President cf the United States. !r of the estate of Charles Ctckstein late of I Archer, her Attciney. 'I
f fact, we were well satisfied with our the resolution of Samuel l J. Douhaa, Hjq., wasvots.dd Lon County will present his accounts an I vouchers ELLEN A. BEA TrY. ; :ff-
prospects of republicanism,inspire us with admiration, as well > the Hon. Judge of Probate for said County
wn by the meeting. We the, Executrix of Will ofT. deceased.April tj
nthe East. The nominations dJull i ma. .1 Jlint. Jke New York Joural of Commeice Beattv, v
: are satisfactory ttsn. -
a jority of the Whigs of the Middle aie "'11-1 .the deepest sympathy. Her expressions: of confidence and prr .for a final settlement and discharge from 29,1849. 41 few .. '
which cculd be made, and will receive the remark _" Gen. TAYLOR i< a sent in said .
su; ? : wind.fal. estate. Jt
ing to depart from He! true, broad, and plain % | in our system of government, is gratifying" to ; i
port of the party generally. We have every,' reason ground, Ly refusing to support the nominee uf the i iNation. our national pride, and we feel the liveliest hope I mercy to the Whigi i, to see if they will again make .. ,JOI: B. DF. CORCE. Sea Island Cotton Seed. i 1 .
former this ..) Convention. A x.rtion of the fool themselves not." TIIERESE BECKSTE1N, (By her agent )
our fall, and shall | Whig parly of pr
tHipt majorities I j that she obtain the full ISLAND .
cannot to fleet GenerslTalor over the may practical btnefl( of the May 20, 1S4S. 41 Cm 50 BUSHELS SUPERIOR SEA COTTON .
l disappointed. fart t.our prospects Ihrouglwt hope regular I I SEED from Charleston for sale .:
b by
I
have cherished and !
nominee, and at the same time, a caai'idate. ; principles we long \hich she i is LAMENT.
the State, from sdvicas received,are highly flattering The be (nih'. LfO. TiE HUSBAND'S DANIF.LLADD. 4 i
Cigars
< attempt wuh hope Iii j now asserting with power and glory. S far her I Cigars >
March *
and OF MRS. JULIA F. SMITH, CO.NSORT Or Newport, 18,1S49. 3 *
give of decisive dem- in IN MEMORY
ample let that
assurance a be
uniting ,
one |
upon Taylor fectifet
!
lan revolution is almost blameless. The wonder is that I j. fifiH SPANISH REGALIAS just ; \ it-
tcratic !, Clay, &, Crittenden other 1 REV. P. SMITH, OF FLORIDA. 15 -
triumph this full. .1. or any tru t-wcrlhy U\J\ and for sMe by
-- --- ,t! WI.i 1 p e.--m evident to u. that the strongest so little mischief has been done. Moral 8 well as There i is a voice I sjhall hear no more II. GREENBERG' fc CO. Notice. g

hop -of success is ba!upon theclioiceof the united physical force seems to favor her cause. Tie There are tones whose music for me are o'er; May 20. IqB L& 44ALACHtTA SIX weeks after date the undersigned will apply JS
Springs.
; Newrt j wis-dom of the Whig (f the Union." j gerous elements of the mob, which her -". ,dan-1 I theodouri of spring were they, the Hon. Judge of Probates (or Leon County y
f'r
We a day or two at Newport during the S\\fta Ieter4ol! administratIon on the estate of James 2
spent ;| The at".e is from the Marianna JVh. and i i- in J have feared more than any thug she, seem i Precions and rich, but (tiny died away. HOUSE. Berthelot decea.-td late of Leon County. 5 .
Mscn of Court. There
i' \,1 not muh b-Jsincss, : teference to Ihe refusal cf f the Whigs, at their late kept under subjection. Witness the defeat of LCDRCROLLI.K II They came like peCe to my heart and ear, a UI ."%"an8 ilt. Florida. JAMES T. ARCHFR. / a
tbe Court
f.aD adjourned on Tuesday evening. meeting in this city, to commit themselves to the 'I one of the I leaders of tIle! rt'silution. and Never again will they murmur here- subscriber having purchased the m prilll. 154f 3: 6w i

t Newport is improving, several new buildings are support of the nominee of the Whig National Con- holding an i important position in the Provisional, I\ They have gone like Ihe blush of a summer morn THE formerly owned and ( Spring and Summer Gd ds.
( up and others are being enlarged and refitted. I Government. He i is the I I W. Pearson, Esq., at F-, is now :
r .n vention. But the llliig is .at :loss to know upon I II yet mist dangerous spirit I LiVe a crimson cloijd tbrc-ugh the sunset home. Icwnansie. E .
The Hotel has ben greatly I enlarged and remodelled, what grounds the resolution: voted dawn." France has to encounter. He j! looked opon as uli ready to accommodate r Trnelfu. and j
a J"t1 that late were lit fur me.Who.e hope by hi? exertions to make his guests BET'FON&IIIGGS, (j
aa will afford very superior accommodations- for will inform him a we are pretty confident his laudable j:i Ira in his democratic principle, is irascible and selfi There were fJ.e up rorlable He has good stabling 1 and a
possible. and !
to a new receiving a lai'pe erneral a"onf. ?
'niton to the Springs. The rooms are large and I curiosity will not be gratified by our neighbor i willed, ambitious and powerful. Yet the people kindly glance was joy see ; frt rate ostler always in attendance.GEORGE .ARE "t cf of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. 1

,: fry,comfortable and convenient for families. The the Smtnc. The resolution was ottd down by j whom he courts and patronizes, lefuned to ttutain They revealed Ihe |thoughts of a trusting heail, M. GALP1N.Newnansville. i to which they invite the attention! of the public.

fare excellent. I Untouched by sorrow, untaught by art : May 13, ISIS.. 43 March 25, IS-tS. 3C"
'l 'the meeting" on local groom!,! I was opposed his effort to overthrow the existing Government.The .- C
affections fresh as a stream of spring, I
The Spring and Bath Houses are undergoing im. on the pound that TAYLOR would! strengthen the master genius! of LAMIRTINC prevailed and Whose were Lost Mislaid New Goods-Spring Trade.
When birds in the Vernal branches sing; [them, or ,
r-rorement.. and ready (for use next week. I Whig ticket throughout Ihe Stale, and aid the Whigs the conservative element of the revolution is thus ---------l .
"i b filled with that hath passed with promissory viz : one note on John C.
Mr. LADD, tbe proprietor. is entitled to great credit to carry! the Legislature which will have four i made predominent over the spirit of (the mr.b and Ihe They were is love their requiem Two made payable notesj to Arnrt &. Manning or S. F. BURNEY p7';

bis U. S. and and tendency to which embodied in LCDRTJ And my lore. breathing T 70ULD return thank to the and country
fo energy and perseverance. A good road from Judgeships one Senaforkhip di\et I anarchy, I betr. for one hundred first of January public
N'Tcrt to the Light House has been opened,and aBridge other small matters to bestow upon the successful i ROLL a a leader, had been mos feared. This I remember a bro' whose seiene repose last, dated in the fall of 1847; and one cote on J. 'i V planters generally, for Ihe past liberal patron ,
H. made payable to Ainett & Manning for age he has received from them, and respectfully requests .
thrown across East Rjver. The distance be. party. TAYLOR'S name would be a "lovter of.trenglh" was a great triumph of law and order,and commends Seemed lend beauty to cheek of rose; Verdifr. .
eighty, dollars, due first cf f January, last in the a continuance of the same. I have just received f'a#.
ingle thl nine miles will afford a fine morning in securing these fat offices to the Whigs. the revelation most strongly to our best wishes. And lips I rtmemjbef. whose dewy smile. fall also precise date not recollected. datt Al persor.sare ,per Warcallar from New York a GENERAL :

and S evening ride. with th pleasure of sea bathing "CLAY, SCOTT, CMTTEXPE, or any other trustworthy l. Another favorable symptom is the quietness with As I mued on hear eloquent power tbe while hereby cautioned against trading ( either of ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, which Call and examine .

to those) who desire it, and the enjoyment of the deliciocs Whig" would not strengthen them at all- which the elections to the National Convention Sent a trill to mv bosom and blessed my brain .id notes. JOHN MANNING.' for yourselves. .
March 2-. ISH. S9 ,
sea breeze, fresh from the gult. or in other "'ord ,the resolution was opposed on the pa.*ed ofT. That body has the fate of Fiance in its With raptures thai never may dawn again : May 13, ISIS. 41 4t

A Dew Bathing House, over another Springlarger ground that Gen. TAYLOR was the only one spokenof hands. If its deliberations shall b characterizedby Amidst mu.icaladenb those smiles were shed Notice. Hamilton Tax Sale. 3

C ''swtbe old one, is nearly! completed by the cititn by the Whigs who could hope to carry Florida in the same temper which seems to govern the controlling Alas! fur {U he dr of the early dead. "PROPOSALS will be received at the ofiee of the BY virtue of the power vested ia me by law; I

the election. Therefore,they must hang onto of the revolution we Io JL of Slate for shall for sale before tbe Court House
*, and will give more ample! aecommodili n.- coming power may expect Alas for the ,that resting now Secretary carrying seventy-five copies expose
I the skills of Gen. TAYLOR-they must slick to I see republicanism firmly established in the Constitution c of Thompson's Digest to Wet Florida, to be door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton CJunty1"
T waters o these Spring, we believe, are equai I On those slumbering eyes, &that faded brow ; deposited in the different Counties for sale. Proposals .lid: *, on the first Monday in November 1548. th. \
it will frame. Thete .
1 tb of wyof the Sjring i iD East. Florida, for him-he must 1 be their candidate in Florida,whether are reports that some leading Wo for the cheek that htth craswl to bloom to be opened on the 27.J in.t. follow irnr described properly or so much thereof a. :

!r medicinal of more easy access be is run by the Whigs ,1e"hcrf or not. I I we men are engaged upon a Constitution rrodelled For the lips thaI are dumb in Ihe noisome lonb- A. E MAXWELL. will pay the State and Counlv Taxes due thereon for '

talk, itite o this part of the State, and portion* I lake any one r1"t." said a distinguished speaker after our own, and that such a ('nt will be proposed Their melody broken their fragrance go**, Secretary State. the ,ear Ih47. to wit i .
Mariana to the Convention. Of their wisdrm May 1S4S 42 The South West quatler of Section :31. Township ?
shall be hope our will r ,
and'we toe ;
Georgia
eur"E
doubt not will the Parian stone
be cold
,
Their
I extensively IciuJ.Ve aspect a ------ --- 1. U-npe 13.South and purporting to belong Io vWflliainJ.
wbich the dictate variations to suit the diffeient
?ronized this The friend will see on I position and
with thee have died .
year. want of good accoramo- I Alas for tie! hopes that Mills .
ion heretofore has deterred many from meeting voted down the resolution. He majirest assured circumstances ol I the two countries. I Mr. C J Oh, loved one, wculd} I were by thy side. Notce. JOSIAH T. BAISDEN. hrriff' f .l
'hem. cube lots adjacent to the. \i.itinv it is a we here assert. He may be satisfied IKGERHOLL was right, in his circular, in saying that SIX weeks after we apply (;> tie lion. and ex officio Tax Col. Hamilton Co.for '47. :
&ur Springs it is mine to bear ol the Probate Court in and for BcnknCounty (h, 1S43. S3 Is V ,
April
Yet the grief f ,
the of France hare been j joy pSt
District so their
""e been purchased, and buildings are being erected that Ihe Whigs of the Middle don'care people prepared by c South Florida, for letters o' administration ;

thereon for a summer residence, by rut planters.are .- much how the balance of the Union may go so that provincial institutions for our complex system e>f I hear thy voice i iji the twilight air ; on the estate of Charles Lang.. late of said County, Wakulla Springs ,

Florida. The little offices in the gift of Ihe a Mstem like ours would Thy smile of sweetness untold I see, deceased.
are mOle desirable lull yet for they carry government framing ,
very
l.lt. the nest legislature are :looked to with more concern to onr Tiew,bf(the best imaginable. But i it is U-f1,111 When the viionsof| evening are borne Io me- C. T. JENKINS 1 A .mrs.. MALE AND FEMALE ACADEMY, I ENF.WPORT.

We I that the Thy kiss on my dreaming i i. "'am. JOHN B. AI.IFN. ( : WAKULLA COUNTY. :
TafuUa, Business. than the success of their Presidential candidate to speculate. can only see Convention Benton County. S. F-, May r. 4-2 fit yrpHK
An This is a fair inference from tIle speeches and votes forms the crisis in French affairs. I it does well, My-arm embraceh! thy graceful 'formI : subscriber respectfully informs the public 1
this business he. been made
experiment at on of tbe late anJ successful F'ranee-if bad'.y. Franc will do badly also, awake in a world that is sad and drear New Grocery Store, JL that he has opened the above Institution *t>
meeting we challenge a P 'i
Marks .
Ti river and which all the branches
S near sufficiently pertaining to a liberal edii- *
*t1rf to test certainly 1"P0t.its productiveness. The conti adiction.cAMos at least until the t.i spirit has exhausted itself, Ion To feel in my bosom that thou are not here. TUST opened in the building next to Mr. Geo. II.J cation will! be taught. The Institution win reni'rn' ';

cannot ourselves to believe that all will M'ginniss, where Ihe various kinds of Groceriesand session until the first
tr we said we bring not Oh once the summer with thee was right, in day of Novethbvr s'jtiW
to and the crude
productive, Western Produce had at the
b very well in the end. But Ihere can b 10"-et mar. order that parents who visit the Sprme* with their
TUCK in along thiie
a Congress may stormy 4
Representative b The wore a holy sight
"Twine richer than thtt of North .- b da.lik eye ; tart prices. I would those wishing to pnr. families hare itfttt
an o4
Cao1na.Ir. may opportunity rAticaiing
Bcms, who has engaged in Ihe business exlen- from New Hampshire, in a speech in that body, ut- day to precede the glorious calm we antiepate. God There was bliss i ia existence when thou wert nigh chase to call and examine the qualities and pJit children, arid at the same lime enjoy the advantage* fy.

eely. .. erected a' distillery at Newport for e.treti tend the following matt infa"wU dastardly bar forbid it.What There was balm in, the evening rosy sigh : before investing their mueJ.S.. of the sea, breeze and mhorat watt r. it. .
KNIGHT.
barons and sentiment S The term are follow sf"n of* D *,or.th.
federal : Tbenearfb Eden nd thotrits-guest, as per :
-t Spirit; *nd the frt experiment proved a fanny set of people the Whig editors are April 29. 1845. .41 Prepsrafory embraces ?
M
tw*1)! Let l the same rote that declared the war unnecessary A Sabbath of blessing was in my breast, partcientwhich Reading.
:; oceeesful. The' Spirit wu abundant, and and 'Jconilitotinn.l. STARVE IT TO just at (Ibis lime! I we look into a CLAY paper N Spelling. Writin/and Arithmetic, $> 00 5
u heart was fullj of a tense of love
.
My studies
2tllntqality. The complel- DEATH BY WITHHOLDING told that the loeofocon are (thrown into I in. otce. Advanced Engli'b 9 00 S
worb'bt are
*l SPPLE. we Likett all to heaven above. who demands' aifamst Ihe Do. wJift tfie Chairs .
things persons any 12 00
I' 1 ttienly) extensive for other to engage The Hon. JOHN BELL, o ., uttered a srnti- tense agony" at the bare suggestion that Mr. CLAY c ALL of Theophilus Beafty. dftfaI. are FH>. with the French, 15 00 |3

a rrf1 tk* cnd" ToTPBt for distillation, merit somewhat similar: may b again candida'e; and on Ihe other hand the Now Ibo art n to (that voiceless hail, hereby notified* topresent them I heundersigned Bortk-Jfeepfn Bennet's system, 1U 00

I I profitaufiL1? with proper eeBonJI. will prove .My advice is, Sror THI WA Flee the coon. TAYLOR papers tell us that the prospect of General Where my buddii*jj raptures have perished all, or James T. Arch.rarentoltheun.derisigned. Stenogiaphy. lu OU

f ta\"D". Success to the enterprize.hc&ais try as yon would a city doomed to destruction by the TAYLOR'S nomination by tbe Whig Convention pro.dmiee"spesml To the tranquil a id solemn place of rest ELLEN A. REATY. Erer ing clashes will be opened for the instruction
Exeentrii of of Ladle and Gentlemen the French
.- fire from Heaven !r earth sinless breast. Teohi01 Beaty the damp on thy
of fear" in the Democratic ranks.- Where ties who wish to that lsn.e.Boarders .
may study polite
.opriI2a,18.g.
1',c.UIfI-Th. Grand Jury at Colum. ,, The following ii from fb Boston Oronotype, an From these representations,the .locofocM, are in aba Thy bright lokral in the vault are bid. will be received into the family of tbe

Ii .Nt.I. a...i a Allijater. alter a patient In. : abolition paper: way, surely, but we advise our g4iod opponentsto Thy brow rs contfaled by (the coffin lid; EDWARD. It. WEST, Principal at $15 per Booth, washing included.
.It would be a nd and wcful joj-btrt 'J0 i ev. lovely to me is there, Public The youns Ladies will be under the tnperinten- 2
."rl all, Wt discharged without ertheless.lo bear that the berdeg under and b more consistent. We don't believe the nomination l that Notary device of Mri. Wiler. 51

U "t! *. ''atJft to lb. Coorf Ti Taylor were EVERY MAN OF TEM, SWEPT of either of the two Whip spoke of "i Mournful is life/ rnd a hoed ta bear. T.tLl-IH.lSSEE.. FLORIDA.. W. P. WILV>NPrincipal.. jtNewport'

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; i: 11'1'"l .MR. UAN.NHUAN'SSMirX'll.The : : with the spirits of our people, to fraternise with Spice, Pickles, &c. .AXEXDXEITTS T THK Boot and, Shoe Makiuj.HEundersned.hsvinpsarchaaed. 8T2AV.W 'as- I

\ ..: following: i* all "tract from ibc fpecch the descendants of those who shed their blood TTNDERWOODS pickle GerkinUnc O. Constitution of the State of Florida. the
stock of LOAU
ji entire and materials
I ... L :' \ nf .Mr. Hanuepnn in ihe Senate of the U."I'i on the battle.fields of our own revolution. U ions and mixed Piekte.pickled Lobster % .RaHrxuwhoi. leaving tie Slate,

the congratulation t.'I nut and Tomato Ketchups, Capers.. Olive Oil.Mu.- Propoted and ; by &e third General tt. frirodi sadibe
\ Stttft agreed respectfully
on Ueoluhof1 _
; t Prayer.A !i tie girl, five lard Pepper and Pepper Snc. Cider Vinegar fresh w b A
Ch )yearsof i action of be i i. at od.tandwb.rehe
If fOrane Gooseberries and *, fresh Slm0. Auembly, ; subjtct th h z public that present a
-
: f'I : ; < ; In the bi torjr of man, there hat occurred age, .equally fund of her mother and Shad and Halibut in canittr., Carry pcdt I General AtteoMy.AJIf ij prepared to execute a work in his line with
\' ;. thun the recent French grand-mother. On the birthday of the latter Gayenre Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginger, Currant prompt.and despatch. He ha* on hand the finest THE
{ ; signal event
f eiVt. no rorolution.more! ; It is marked all over, at her mother said to her, M/ dear, you must Jelly. Macaroi, Vlricl Russia and American ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th Ar- of calf skin, notice and all 111 Ihe of materials best and will GLASGOW I Is performing
'I every make at short manner, GEN- h
q ; did bleu and Isinglass, lush MO. Currants, Prunes of this State that the the Suwsnuee River
Constitution
pray to to gr.inJ.rnam.Tm, drie tide of the so
"' from firs lo !latt, from the to the your i TLEMEN'S FOOTS AND ( every descrip tH Chuab aDf.
1 step, highest that she be old." child and Citrons.Nutmegs.. Judge of the Circuit Courts shall hold their offiCos SHOE( Ie.,. fljg !boat ia
humblest actor, by a moral grandeur lhat find* :J.lh'e to very The Mace, Ginger, AH.pice, Cinnamon, for a term of eight year instead of during tion. Bl. fooled,soled, otheriS repaired in leria.n propelled strongly etugln,,o
,
: |oked with at her mother who at reasonable He will 1ylwo .
;! its only in the conduct of our ownheaven.guidrtd some surprise Clove*. Varnilla B<*ans, Sage, Summer Syt' and good behavior. good charges. warrant borthen & at
:r)1 : '\t:: protoljpo When revolts occur : perceiving it, said, .Well, will you not pray sweet Marjoram, Orange Flower, Rose &Pe 5ch wa. ,SECTION 1. Beit enacted by the Senate and fl'uvseoRrpresentatiees his work to be equal to any done in the place, cotton, with suitable accommodations, 4,I"

)]t .' "oCt"tor. God to bless your grand-matnmft: and that (era, extract ol Rose, Lemon, Peach ..anilb.For .- of the State of Florida in Gen and to give at good satisfaction as to fitting u any singers,of light draft, rtqairing bv.Cs f t
'.J, in kingdoms-uhon rntii, lathed t to phren. I'n sile LEWIS A M ES. other workman. '
i : by Clause water,
become old r' Ah, mamma & efal AiscmWy convened.. That the I 12th othe thereby enabling her to
may very JOHN LEKCH.Ms : .
l.I. by the \rofs of oppre6ion, rises but December 4, 1317. 20' of beE at all prr
: sj al t 5lli Article of the Constitution this State regularly seasons of the yea
said the child she is old I
J"i ': : to a single blow, and fail from the ignominious very already wH Fine Perfumes $ amended as to read a follows, viz: That at the ;,9. 117. 4 I bus and Cedar Xq.,l uiDC Collb.".c..
the uncounted rather pray that she may become young./ expiration of the present term of office of I the Judges DAYmorninf at 'o'dok. !
t t.I'.r '. 5catrl to grave From the of Lnbio Courts with hereinafter NEW GOODS. FRIDAY r
Manufactory ofj; (he Circuit the exception every moraing. Should nt
the of the are thus An author who had given a comedy into Pul.
.V ._ .; -wbtn s oppressor $ Jockey Club Ge mentioned, the Justices of the Supreme Court, age 'extended, or the interests of
} :," rivitivl lighter and tighter-when humanity the hands of F ote for his perusal, called on HEDYOSMI 1elilrop.tchoul lit ignionett RO e, and the Jiu'ges of the Circuit Courts,shall be elects rUE subscribers would call the attention of the her perform two trrp per week..bIP-

t > : .1, ., and liberty have been laid together in a corn.r.it him for his opinion oftbe piece.; Foote re. Ambrosia, Seringa Aicur., of Arabia,Ber. de la Reine for a term of eight year, and shall hold) their offices to the choice and ultn.iv assortmentof will coeerfollt acquiesce e in, and mtkichange t

: mon gra\"e: -liei! monarch ha\'l often CI.I. turned the play with a' grave face, saying : Eglantine, Vanilla. Violets, Bergamotte, Vervain, for that term, unless sooner removed under the pro GODS, now receiving per Brig Wakulla: and ,or idd mother new boat to the !l '
i Marrocain and yipions; lade in this; Constitution for the removal of Their stock .been selected,with care, capacity to the on.now 1m
Sir it that not lo be ess. Bouquet. eployM
depend a thing
;. : : changed congratulations. upon i Jddel by address or impeachment; and for wilful from the most fashionable establishment in New i ticabte this
Glenn's wil
Also Ashland Perfume and Preston bl tlteD
I F ".. At this hour, when emancipated! France- laughed at. Merrill's Extract of Fragrant .'0"ert. : & neglect of duty, or other reasonable cause, which York; and,having been purchased at reduced prices I wannee river ( Uppr Springs,Irip't "

...\.1. : emancipated without a crime, without a stain -, The true Farina Cologne-also the French shall not be sufficient ground for impeachment the they are enabled to furnish their customer at prices II Wilhlacoochie river. .

1 : :; :, extends her new.born hand, and from her I' To Florida BapUst American. Lavender and Florida Water, Bay an Governor shall remove any of them on the address proportionately low. TheirREADY The undersigned would farther state Oat
shall and de la Rome.fine Cosmetics, rich Pomades, of: two-thirds of the General Assembly; Provided, MADS others, proprietors of this boat, have avaiUi.
,
lifts front
cradle her at us, Agua
\ : trailing I
: gazing CHRONICLE
ii SOUTH-WESTERN selves of
BAPTIS Hair-o'iU and H and Toilet Soaps, however That the cause or causes shall be staled at OlO"MJfQ the provision of an act tlilI
'. i" we -and give back the ir-yes. Shjving in such address is of the best of materials improve the and
I pause-coldly pause A WEEKLY PERIODICAL DEVOTED TO fine and coarse Combs, I ru for the Teeth, length and entered on journals oC navigation to *
Hed.
'0 "t. : : look with marble features t or shallve re. Religion, Science, Commercial and Nails and Fle-h. A superior el article of Cold Cream each House. And pflt.futAt That the caure lure directly under the eye of Mr. Stillman. all nee river, and for other nnip aiL s11"
i is and
'' turn the stmlc I and, with our salutations Genet'llnolur.Intelligence: in pots. For sale by LEWIS orcllse! shall be e 1 intends ear Jp.trk thereby prelude. persons enacted at the last session of th LeyulJZr "**'
: : hearfet &AIE. article well
to be removed and he shall be admitted to a hearing purchasing may rely upon getinl an Sate of Florida; that they iJILf'? ''*
; 6, : cheer her to the richer golden hare Published in N. Orleans,und the Editorial care ofWM. December 4,1S47. 2 in1 his own defence,before any vote for such removal made. Among the article comprising their company pursuant to hae proviwoe/J refen4l J0

.. f,' :, '; vest ? Ifthere was anything in these resolu- C. DUNCAN, A. M. I --- ---- .hal pas: and in such cases the vote shall be taken FALLAJVD VL\TER STOCK under the name and style orlb

: : lions contrary to the usages of nations-any TT has long been the belief of the editor of the I BULL & PRATORIUS, yeas and nays ami entered on the Journals of each maybe found Ihe following: nat Improvement and Stnl ForiSa.af,

I, "1 ft 'j'1 principle: at war with the proprietirs of international JL .Chronicle," as wel as I the conviction of all our it the corner store under the Sentinel Office and House respectively. Blk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats Black, The Company will*oon complete their i, rff-

communication, I should feel) bound, south-western B'plist. that the cause ot religion opposite the Phoraii Buildings Sec. 2. Be further enacted That the Judglslr.t Brown and Invis.i Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,Saxa of Cotton which due notice will b i'e fo 2I '
s and other
under this amended ,
.4 appointed products the t.
would receive more efficient support from I the publication Got ha, Mixt Tweeds and fancy col'd. Cassimer do- coiatrr
t '. l.ul this high place, to hesitate and weigh of a deJominational, newspaper in New Orleans ARE NOW OPENING a choice and well selected divided by lot into four cae. The first class shal* Pellets and Blanket Overcoats, fee.. Pilot liberal cash advance*, upon all property

i"' r':. every contingent result. But I am unable to than from almost, any other agency Iha can lrtmenl of CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, VEST- hold his or their office for the term of two and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks Heavy of fine Blk when reuire. A* soon a* pracicbe> *aipP'

i" discover the rule or the reason against a national be employed. Many have expressed a to eel INGS and READY-MADE CLOTHING. The great years, the second for the term of four yeais the thirdf. and Blue Cloths Pantaloons ot Black French Cas 'lilable packr will be ;
care and taste in the selection of these goods the term of six the fourth for the term ot between Key and New York tl c!
salutation: from the matron government one located there and havu avowed\ their willingnessto blot "eas. simer, Blk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid, Check Jt Cea ]
: warrant them to who wish eight Sripe lean { of anr
conlribe. both by money and by personal nero layinl I to purchase years. do. also,Tweed Sat met and Jeans do.& conveyance freight O.or
; .C.
republican America to the infant govern.a '0'1 do call and examine [Passed the Senate the Constitutional : securing to all its
support ; but no person ha*, hitherto, good bargains. } 'fUlo : by majority, of Black and Farcy Satins, Striped and Plaid thereby patron, a safeS,
.. limit of repuLlcm France. I is in the found ready to undertake the responsibility and our stock. It would be a great tat on time and patience December 22, 1S47.- Passed the House of Representatives Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and Valencia, Silk. dition mode of transportation of their & sp

name of our peop'e that we the greet ben arduous labor' ot iblicalion. The time for it. to enumerate the different stylo? and patterns by the Constitutional majority, January 6, Mazurkas, &c. &c. either makt as well I return cargo to .
establishment has, at length, arrived and the Bap. composing Ibis assortment : suffice it to that a 184S.] d The rale of .
ing. It in obedience to the high behest : ; say They have also an extensive assortment of Cloths Irn'rrltoli j
I i list e< the ? is I portion of these cloths and cassimers are ol .DrUnlu' April 15, ISIS. 39 Cm instance exceed those ia
Cassimers and
denommtln. .wtt.
a of the ever acti\e, the hnidrcd.eyedgeiiius; ol' now on to plalYID whose prind object Roasted Lustre,' and the clothing "nd in of Vesting unmanufallure. consisting for lik services Lot a material o aot
paper Wool
.. i (,ur institutions. We sen I li> a recognisedorern is, ue promotion and the mainrenmc of true reli. every article of their stock i is of a style and qualitythat Notice. I Cloths pait, do.:English Superior do. do. da., English Blue Dye and il contemplated at an early p.rurtiQ:.01\
all the ofH- in the Valley of the Mi! .si i *ippi. will please the most fastidouj.They I Ihe increase of business shall .I
gion claims
; ; -recognised by foreign ALL person having against the estate of Invisible Green Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and waranlll ,
in France, so far as I can lear. Oar Nothing surely need be sjid. to show the importance would mention that these CLOTHS are of H. Crowell. late of County Castor do., French Black Cassimer, do. Ribbed do. The facilities offre to pul plelr".eh,.
Wak'J\
.: caTs the absolute in the finest texture the best English wool dye, French de *d. : lo visit the all season of th,
minister led the trembled! when nay cesjily. a religious < are requested to prevent thfm. duly authenticated do., Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and the Jt.l.f
J own way. of view, of a denominational \,01 dyeblackdo.CasiiraerLondon woof dye black, within the time most healthy and deirbl. '
having fashionable
point paper law
VESTINGS of
c by Black and
prescribed most rert.
or they fo
0 ". the first came, lest he hang back do. CIAS., French and German black cloths,do. Cass, styles; and other in the State,and the iuai
'. ne\t sbouI published in this, tho emporium city of the southwestern will) b baneJ ; those indebted lo the estateare Fancy Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen beantifol sad
: waiting un example. But am happy toe country. I Independently! of the benfils which French fancy Ca"simfrl. earnestly requested to make immediate payment. Cashmeres Valeneiaa.. Vt.tinls of Rich tic scenery of the Suwannee will- i.i is' UF W rl.
wuul 1 result to the itself, whose need of all the VESTINGS of fine black Satin fine nlaid Satin. Velet. mun -- inducements to many to avail n..w
city I M.
think ho has discharged his duty ; he went ,, Woollen Velvet J.-RRIE CROWELL Executrix. Plush, Sic. Jtc. ant o 1'"**
Silk excursion.
an
Cashmerr'.t 1 and
moral and religious: influence which can be brought Polkanet 1 312m
: foremost and if be bad not better for him NtwportApriIJ.ISIS. ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF
; Ccrro Gor lo and Cherubusco. Monterey checked. This i Company, having
lo bear upon it, none will deny, the advantages accruing a they believe.nad,
,. t'tr better: that he should never again put his to the Baptikt cause from the establishment ofa READY MADE CLOTHING.-Superior Fine blk. Hats and Caps(Monlerey) nro. and Bleach'd. Cotton requisite arrangements (or the tnd,a

: font upon his native land. denominational paper in a city where intelligenceof French dress and frock coat, do. English wool dye Notc. Linen and Cotton Shirts, < Undershirt, commodation of the public, they con'tnitc. i its
: shall not of every kind is so readily obtained and from which do. do., French Cajsimer Sock Coats Doc-skin do., ALL persons, legatees entitled to BIle Ial Silk Cravats .Silks and Merino do. age. pataa.
.q Why we a representatives it can be disseminated more easily than flom any black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe-skin opera or otherwise interested in Ihe estate do ',Lambs Wool and .'ngot For further particular,. apply to D.
I ; .: our country and her institutions, salute those other city in the South would be incalculable. coats,black beavercloth sack and oyer-r03f. black ot Anderson Snaed, late of Jefferson County Rich Fancy Satin and 5 f Undershirts, SMITH 5 Co., Columbus. Mewr,. SMITJ&HAS.3tHL P.

'hf are struggling to imitate us ? Monarch With: the Mississippi on the one side, and the Gulf Clo.k. Pantaloonioffine black : mer,medium deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims Plain do Scarf, S Brown Cotton and Cot Ion- RIS, Madison Messrs. PUTNAM

'. can salute monarch, even upon the birth of of Mexico the other New Orleans possesses far I ., a great variety of fancy Ca! imer panls of the and demands within two years from this date to the Jenny Lind Hhks. > >de Drawers, Cedar Keys, or to the undersigned A RICHI

infint heir to unlimited despotism. Shall greater facilities communicating with eveiy 'large latest style. Vests of ,rvery description. Military undersigned or Ihe same \"i be barred ; and all! Blk. White and Col'd Kid Gum Elastic Suspenders JAMES. TUCKER

: city in the United Staler, and lor obtmmg an early Trimmings, IIo:ier>', Shirts, Glove, Cravats, sell persons indebted to said are requested to make Gloves, 'Merinoand Cotton Half- And other' ,.
weftlfi'r in a salutation to the of I adjusting Stocks, Suspenders and almost immediate to > Hose Columbus. Florida Poprietor
presence know ledge of everY important movement \\hich may I everything payment January 22,
: rational LibertI? I know the doubt, the fear. like place within it. boundaries, than! perhaps, any connected will a gentleman's ',ulfit.B. WILLIAM SNEED Adm'r. Patent Leather Shoe!, Umbrella, Money! Belts, IM. jv

,, f fil doubt, tint exists in many of the greatest t other city in the Union. Situated in the centre of i &P. are prepared to execute all order according Jeflrraon County, March IS, 1S4S.- 353m Shoulder" Braces, &.c. A-c. Jefferson Circuit Court.
the south-western of which it i the to the lateit and most approved tyIes.N. CLARK
minds, in some of the most honored fa. s country i. comm STILLMAN.
-even < !
/ rcial metropolis, and throughout which its periodicals B. By the next arrivals we expect lorecei\'l, U. S. MAIL LINE October 23, 1517. It IN CHANCERY.
that surround and I know '
me ; too, THE REMAINDER.
tbpl William .
are freely crclte it must impart more cr raileydm'r. de bonit non of John \
.. from conversation on all sides, a well as I less of its own chaacter. How neocssary October 16, IS.17. 13 W. @. [thiwflrN a I l my, deeed, Complaisant l1.

can learn, that doubts can only be expressed it i is. then I ht some salutary influence shoi Id proceed M.

., l by tho word solicitude-the deep, deep from Iret city to correct, a far a possible Hamilton Tax Sales. Attorney al Law, I Tilman D. Purifov, Del esdaiiy.

tuJe wi.h. which maternal love uarcbes solc. ,the evil it disseminates >Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Montictllo, Jefferson County, Florida, IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Cur L,
The Baptists it is hoped,are convinced of the ne. B afLdavit made in this cause, that .PU-
shall expose for sale before the Couit House attend the Circuit Court.of the Middle
first steps of the idolzfc boy. Will he tu.-n- cecity obtaining a firm (olhol in New Orleans, door in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County Florida From Tallahassee to Macon. WILL ,and of the County of Columbia of the rifoy. Ibe said defendant, ruidt. oat of the State at(
Pile ? will he ( h'ne-turned in order to a barrier of Roman Forida. and in I he Stale of ,
Jmbl oppose progress on the first Monday in June, I ISIS the following Through in hour from Tallahassee Eastern Circuit,Florida. Georgia on motion .f
forbid the sn.: which >s making rapid strides to in to for complainant: Ittt &Jered'lhat
the fl ishing eye, thought. supremacy de1cl ibed property or so much thereof will Macun and to Monticello,August 1516.
wi pay in three
a Char/ellor day, 2J. the said Tilman D.
of our western cities. Once established on a Purifoy do and
ui4tiy appear
_
and walk noble and the State and Taxes due
walk, to vigorous man- County thereon for the year time lo take the .Mail Boat the Ise
on bill of
sure basis here, moreover, the denomination can the it complaint filed in Ibis cause within f fearmonths
'hood France will walk, and walk to no- mure easily supply the destitution of Texas, which, 1547, to-wit : I ,\orth the fourth day. Notce. from the date of the publication of this
cider
The SW 1-4 of the ,
'b blo and rigorous manhood This feeling in the providence "f God, has been lately thrown S El.4of seton 33; the entire /pIlEStage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, SIX months after 11.a1 present my final ac- or the said bill of complaint will bt taken
section 34; the W 1.2 of slon :; the E 1-2 of JL Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock, A. M., and vouchers He : confessed f
to Provided
not in ihn of open. which invites us.with cries and tupplicaUons n. Judge of Pro- : That a copy of this order
inspires some misgivings,
W
1 the S
purity 1.4 of section 26 all
; township 2, range and arrive in Macon, (cia Quincy Bainbi idge, New- Date in and for Leon and apply for of published in
0 to her assistance. Come forward, then, brethren County letfr some newspaper printed in the MMdlt
intention which discloses this 12. north and east also the N W
of
).4 section
great struggle, ; 2, toni Albany Americus and Perry,) on Tuesday, dismission administrator of the estate Circuit of Florida, week for
and assist i t by >our liberality, in extending and I Joseph once a : the space of far
)hut in the detai which is to seal lb result. Irenjlhening the boundaries(the Redeemer' and the N 1.2 of section 3. and the N E 1.4 of sec Thursays. and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock. P. M."in Allen, deeuf. months. (Signed.)
is tion 4, of township I. range 12north and east, pur cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on B. ALLEN THOMAS
Her assembly perhaps, ) j jojs I dom. king'l COUCJ. DOUGLAS, Jadrs.
nlmer porting Wong lot he Estate of Hector W. Braden.
S onc-fifih ibe number ! xvou 2
repre. the of ALSO-The S E 1of- the S E 1-4 of section 31, M.,and arriving \ on Tuesdays Thursdays :.W. 1S4*. annne.Februay
Science
tention to and Literature :
seated all the departments, all the interests of department township I, range 13, north and east purporting to ', and Saturdays, 10 P. M. This line 3J Middle District of
in his article of scientific o'cok.
Admitting no
the French people, and uoide the dangers literary piper which does not tend a to the cultivation or. belong to Ihe Estate JOSIAH! of Benjamin; Chaircs. connect with the Central ,Savnna''., Augusta Doctor John P. Duva WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND Ford

"faction and tumult. can feel no doubtnf cancer. of tht mental and moral T.ISDE- Sheriff Milledgeville and Western Rail Road to Co- his professional citizens
.n. And ca-officio Tax Col. Hamilton Co. )ItmrHn It also with OFFERS sfnict D-n-lLdd. Plaintiff, >
._f the issue. The descendants of the consecrated foculti ; by which mean.it cannot fail lo prove a j I March 11.1S43. 34 3m ra. Chattahoochie conntcl IheMai Line and iurroundingcountry Office : ,?.At :
from Quincy to and
a.htul
Jironde united with the valuable medium of instruction to any family into Ihtnce Apa- In Wm.: Yi.In'. Building, over Hayxvard's Bookstore Thomas nJanl.Vebt
ff.- !, Ichol j' lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to Lkhat. Dff
,
pt1'1 which it be introduced.
?t}1.4' technique supporteJ by the press A table may of New Orleans Price Current, corrected Leon Circuit Court. Columbus in three days, and but one night will be February Talahfe 2 1St,. 32 NOTICE i: hereby! given to the said Toon
t of France will avoid spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon and all other interested the
the persons
telligence terrible
weekly,will be found in each number.from which IN CHANCERY.Creditors' .
The public ret assured that attention will above the plaintiff, Daniel Ladd,. ii-
of the Mountain the and that interested in may every DR. C. II. cauitIJal .
obstacle and the Jacobin j plnter. any are the state* Bill fur lettlement of Kttate. BUNTING,
be paid to the comfort of those who may patrooizthis by atachmel,issued from lit office
on their W:)lo regulated, constitutional lb.rry. of information.The ew Orleans. mke. may obtain all the desired James E. Brome and otheia, (for themselves and !Line. SURGEON DENTIST, of the Clerk of said Wakulla Circuit C.lr

price of subscription to the is other creditors of A. M. Galln. Complainant, FARE: TTAVING permanently located in QuincyFloridaLl against the lands anllenement. Rood and chatlt'j
d Chronice"S3.J r,. Front Tallahasee to Quincy,S2 iO ot the said resides
: toBainlriJge. tenders his services
aihancr iespectfully to the
I trust with abiding confidence in the mode ,i per annum in ; S3.50. ofix Turbutt R. Betton,Sarah A. Betton, his Wife, Executrix $3 ; to Albaay.$l 1,and lo Macon, &>2. the various branches of his: profession. From publicin his the limits of this Stale. fora debt doe 10 'O
the of
at Ihe t
:. ration, the wisdom, the public virtue, the in. ; $1,0) expiration tear. of .A. 11 Gatlin, and otheri, Defendant WRIGHT &. SAWYER. Proprieor. experience and sneers in practice, he feels assuredof Ladd on a promissory note, executed and dert

lellect! of France. I rest as seated on a rock, NOTE -This paper since its establishment in WIIERGAK, By an order made by his Honor Bv JOHN M. ( being able to please those who may patronise him. and payable to W. H. Perry rr bearer,date(lh

-. I.on the s'cady: patriotism oflhe French frch1., has sustained character in all its above ) Judge on the lt December. fft- Office at the Planter's. Hotel, Tuullahasiee-C.. Dr. B. refers the public to of No'tmbr, lS-JIdue one day alter ,rd
,. peoie
IS 17, in the E.BAII.EY, Aent ; at Mai. NA THANS,in Quincy Col. was transferred from the said W.
| in sustaining! those great intellects who named departments not surpassed,if indeed equalled above entitled caulle under. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. f W. DAVID.O.V, J
It-ad the the by any paper either in this or in any other country. signed was appointed, among olhfr ., to lake July] 17, 1M7. 52 Gen. C. H. DCPO-VT, Dr. R. LITTLE. Perry by delivery for a valuable tODsidtaticlr
.- way, pointing to high destiny of and should therefore meet with a cordial supoor an account of what is due to Compliants for their ------------ Office opposite the 1. E. Church. Ladies waited sid Ladd now amounting principal intef together

France with all the sublimity offailh, all the from its own denomination well from all other claims, and to nil other urdllorl M. Gat DR. J. REESE'S nn at their residence :3 Utl to the sum of three hundred twenty-

P fervor of ihe seer. I dread no rising cloud who desire to see diffused throughout a the country! lint with interest thereon ; and it was ordered further September 11, IS,17. S seven dolar and filty-three cents : Now tit a
and scientific That the said Mailer do cause an advertise- LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. all other persona interested ia
whicli my friend from Alabama [Mr. BAG- religions knowlfe. Theeond above sail
( are hereby to his thor
required enter I
be '
ment to published in the Floridian,
will in a M. D. PAPY o
ume commence arId I newspaper
; '.. \] pictured the other day ; I will not fear advi those :frch. 48.subscribe would respectfully in Tallahassee and in such "PERSONS of feeble constitutions and those of seJL. appearance and plead to the declaration filed ia th'
to publ.hed
e wishing weekl
lo this
,. the baleful cloud anarchy, lighted from eVe valuable paper, that NOW is the very best lime other. p newspapers a he shall think,proper,for dentary habits, are often troubled with habitual @mi said suit on c before the first day of the next V>'
they Circuit Court be said
held in
; ery verge by eccentric fires, and sweeping could Delect. the creditors of the said Alfred : Gatlin to come colienui. which cften exerts a very unfavorable Practice in all the Coors in the !Middle to the County of Wtkulla -

.. I ..I en the tempest wings to blast with its thunderbolts W. McKINNEY RUSSELL, in before him,and prove their on or before the influence upon their geueral: health which is particularly WILL Office on the frl or of the Cap. him ,or them ot herwise judgment will b rendered aftia
Duly Fla. first day of May next ; and that such of the creditors manifested by irregularity not total Ion of itol, South wins?, room formerly occupied the or by dtfnI
4 the new-sprung hopes of freedom and February 26.appointe. Agent 32 T.lahasslt. whoshall not come i in and prove I theirdebts by the timeaforesaid appetite. In this condition of the \stfm. this article Secretary of Territory. b DANIEL LADD.February -

I I mankind. Perish the thought !-the prospect shall be excluded the benefit of this decree is confidently rlommfndf with the assurance November 15. 154.5. 17 19, 15S: 31

0". ball be lighted only by the lambent fire of In Jefferson Circuit Court. ; and that such persons, not parties to the bill, that{ if the dose properly s 8 not to -Watches-
Clocks
.. exultant hope. who shall come in before the lid Master to prove move the bowel too actively, relief mat be relied JOI1X EHSKINE and Jewelry
SPRING TERM 1843.- (heir debts, do. before they are admitted directors, upon'without any or even the least unpleasant consequences I ATTORNEY. AT LAW REPAIRED.
At this hour the fieedom ,
spirit is foot
on Charles L. Powell, ) from the of .
contribute to the resulting use
complainants their of common
proportion purgative MYERS secured the serrim
Petition( ; ,0 Foreeloffl I Mor, having
.p in lands and amongst people' where its 'faintest .". of Personal the expenses of thin suit, to be settled by the said medicines usually resorted to. Cluluey, Florida. TOWLE workman who will attend t
hate been unheard for Arthur J gage Properly.THE Master." And it Persons subject to Bilious Cholic the attend the Justices Courts of Gzd.sdcn
sighs centuries. It. urnf1' was al.oordere.tbll' an accountbe may rely on WILL the repairing of Watches and Clocks
aly, the land of hit gol.] defendant and all persons interested, are taken of all seurilifs colateral. held by thecreditors preventive properties of this medicine by using it on the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, are prepared to do all work ia their line ucnn'
tIEshooltoy'atbfme notified of the and the Courts in the Counties of o
of the
filing Petition for respectively, and a report made of the the first intimation of an approaching attack. Thereare adjacent Georgia. well and promptlI.NovernberrtlS47..
J den an -of Cscsar and of Foreclosure of Mortgage in this cause, and they are and of the value of each." And it was also some constitutions liable: lo regular atack of November 22, 1515. IS tf 16

K Tacitus- ff old_ liberty-loving, _Germany, reauired to unnear and plead to the same if any nl.a I.fe. that all parties may be' upon in- Billion Fever almost every fall ; to- such use 0 c Sentinel copy. -

.. are again- warmed by the celestial- Ilame.I t they have.accordinj; to law. The mortgage i is on personal terrogatories and produce all enminr papers in this medicine is recommended, beginning to use CITY HOTEL ,

Europe is rocked by a moral .-" property and was made to secure the payment their custody or power relating theretoupon oath by the middle of May or first of June LS & AS,
earhquake.w of fifteen hundred dollars and interest.THOS. before the said Muter, a the said Master shall die Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience DEALERSiy
throe
Every luc.euiv. discloses some newbreathing.place JE.. HEIR, rect." a sense of fullness, weight and oppression l'

for the subterranean fire, S Petitioner. Now, therefore all claiming to be creditors about! (the stomach alter eating, wi find this medicine DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS OILS,

which, long suppressed, is bursting with more March I, ISIS.- 31 2m of said A. M. Gatlin persons arc hereby, in pursuance of afford almost immediate Toilet Articles, Perfumery, ic., Window Glass,

than volcanic power into the light and the approving laid order, notified to produce their claims, and the Ladies near their confinement often suffer from P.ti1sTERa' BRUSHES AND COLORS, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
Just Received vouchers in support Ihrff. and all and heartburn and costiveness: to such this article is
of ,
presence God. securities therefor, before me, at colalenl highly recommended, .it can be used without the Apothecaries Glass Ware. &c. TO the undersigned has been confided lh u.
Sir, our example has done all thi*. The AT New LEWIS and& AME' Medicines Drug Store a fresh supply which hassee, within the time limited my in sid ofc' Tala-, least danger,and with great bne61. In sick or nervous THE above constantly on hand,and for sale at the agement of this Hotel.
famine.stricken -among otherwise headache it is market prices. HAMILTON HUDS05-
oppressed ant of the Old< are the following comply with the provisions of the same,
World annually flocked by thousand : that they may be admitted parties to the said suit. This aLice will be found to aea a plessant cor. LEWIS &AME. Jnua.S.S, IS43. 25

for refuge to us, the only resting-place for o. DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE Date this:third day of December,A. D. 1547. dial restoring the appetite and at the -_Tallahassee. November 20, 1847.- N
BTERS. SIMON TOWLE Master same time fulfilling every intention that the common otce.ALL .
ver.taiked humanity. They have drunk of Designed for, and will ewe, > Liver Com December IS,17. 20 Speca purgatives are intended to effect. It purely tegetablj Notice estate of Loais Joi.

the cup which never exhausts--(bey have fed plaint, Pile., &roful. Jaundice-:and all kindred and, when used according to the directions, IS hereby given to all persons interested that six persons of indebe County,deceased, are

.' : at the board whose necromantic are diseases resulting rom a disordered stomach or impure John P. will be found an invaluable article,especially to I those months after dateI shall present my final account to make immediate payment ; and those re.
auppJe elate of Duva and vouchers to the Hon. of Probate in and r
Llu.DR afflicted with of Judge
with than Dyspepsia Derangement the Liver, are to them inter
spread more demand rue'lt present .
ATTORNEY
profus HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, or General Debility. for the County of Jefferson,and apply for a dischargeas .

.4 ion. "They have listened to the ministrations The' ( roll effectual, and pleasant preparation WILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida, Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county, the Administrator of the estate of Anna Brooks th authtnlicatt4.r ELIZABETH JOINER. Ada's.

orbs priest and bowed at the altar of before the public, for the eradication of WORMS, in Court \ppe.li.ald the UDitcdSttt Georgia and (or sale bv appointment atE late of said County February 10.194331 2m

I ,'. their unquestioned, undisturbed. They Children or Adults. District Court at Tatbha,slv. BARNARD. Jr's., decasd.JAME R. BROOKS

have walked by day and slept by night, in security HULL'S COUGH LOZENGF. Book Office Store in Wm.TallahaKe.February Wilson', Buildings,over Hay ward's Drug Store, Tallahassee, Jefferson County, Ot. 181. 1 Furniture, Carpets, &c. for Sale1 -

IVill PRETEXT Consumption or : DANIEL LADD Nexyort PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Coorbtfr
-?h rude latch their only guard-am CURJ I cases 26, ISh. 32 Deaf and Dumb AsylumOF
Colds Asthma,Spitting ol no Pain. the Side Montirello, 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case, with dn""
no proud emissary of oppression to wither by Shortness of Breath, and Pulmonary Com- i Quincy, KENTUCKY. and desk, 2 handsome Carpets, 1 Double Wheel Pi-

his 'tread tho green wards of their humble >UinU I HARDY BRYAN, ilE subscriber,a* the resident agent of the said I tent Corn-Shelter, the most approved artirlt IB V'

.. door. They have found a home, -ALSO-- months after Notce.SIX undersigned will Agent for Thomas. county,Georgia. JI- Institution offers for sale,in tract, and upon Apply to J. R. FORTUNE
DR. HULL'S FEVER pre- May 22, 1S47.. ( tail about Four Thousand Acres Frb. 5, IbIS. 23 At the Tin Manufactory.Tax
AND -
;. Where pods mighty I love to dwell AGUE PILLS, hi. account and vouchers to the Honorable lelt puthan"
...' And wander with delight,or fit amidls Well known .a Safe Certain, and Effectual Cure Judge of of von County, and apply for Itt- situated in the county of Jackson, in the
": sacred; shades for Fever and Age Chills and 'ever. Intermittent lerl of di.mis.ion admhiutra'tor, of the estate of Notce.SI State ol Florida. "Io. the night to Locate, to a Collector's Sale. "

and all other Pi ice reduced to Seventy-five henry J. Ga.kinl,a late of said County deceased. t. months antr .hal preset.! my accounts limited extent. virtue of the authority vested in me by 1 la"J
.. i ,1] ibis they Lave written, ship load, af. Cents per Box.The WESLEY MANNING. Adm'r. and vouchers lo the Judge of Probate. of The above lands were selected at an early date,by B shall expose for sal*, before the Court Ho *

ter ship load, to those they have left behind ; abote Mtdicns. fiesh and gen'iineare for By S. S. SIBLEY, Agent. Jefferson county, and apply for letters of dismission an experienced judge,and are believed to b amongst door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the 6n1 VeadtJ

p and thus the silent and invisible power of ale by LEWIS fc AMES. February III, ISlg. :31 6m a Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg, the finest in the county. in AUCU next, the following described property*'
late of Jefferson C. H.
DUPONT.A
Fa. -- deceased. '
Talahaee. --- county much thereof will be sufficient the&stI
so as to
the Almighty has brought the masses lo thee For certificates of rlcommendation. in. Newport Mineral I HENRY GREENBERG, Adm'r. Rent of D. 4 D. A. / A'y. and County taxes due thereon for the pay IS47:
year
aid of the,master spirits from their clos format ion concerning the abv"Meicne.,see future Spring. October IG, ISH. J: Cm Quincy June -47 12, 1547. y Section Township 1, Range l.NaiiEtP '
have invokedthe and pamphlets! be ob DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE. I
'I els 1 long blessings free adverli.fenl. "hich may porting to belong to W.G- Gould.
'.' dom. But perhaps I, wuuJe. I will only of the Agents. undersigned being fully empowere I Notice. Martin, Smith &. Thorn, A. A. FISHER Sheriff

: 'f.. .:. that my vote shall be given with heart. March 18,1813. 35 MrHPHE make warrantee titles, ha SIX:months after date the undersigned, adminis Commission and Forwarding Mrrchnts and it officio Tax Collector Leon Ct-
add around the above Springsaid of the estate of B. F. ,deceased, January 29IS4S. 28
: for these similar Lipscomb No. 62, Poydras Street.NEWORLEANS ,
A. a onee or any oti in good size dwelling lots of of an
Cabinet Making &c. upwards will present her account and vouchers to the Hon.
: resolutions ; and I trust that, the rote may be ere each, which he now ofer(or sale low. Plan Judge of Probate of Wakulla County, and ask to be LA.
: -. : taken this that the CO.PARTNERSHp.-Te undersigned have as- (f the same, with terms, ., be seen at Dr. KBarnard's G. W. HUTCHINSfAUCTIONEER
: day, 1 intelligence may ,and from this date Tallahassee. discharged u administratrix of said estate. If. IT. MARTI!*-C. W. aMITH-TUOI. L. THOa:

'., be conveyed to Frnc.ihe Cambria, which the two shops will b united, and the business con : First come DANIEL has first' choice. E E L PSOMB. Adm'x. Refer to '
LADD. ,
;f'r) nails on I am not prepared, ducted by LYNCH VINGFJIHOETS. They are Newport ".ebruyI9, 1S4S. 31' February : ISIS.- 6mAttachment. J. W.Arzrle.A. Bestwick. S. S. Siblev.Tallahassee... FL.1O

I' ;:' however, to stop at this. When the Nation r epare to do all descriptions of work in their line i J. L. Sm iwO R. L. Edmonds, Quincy. TALLAHASSEE, -
I ,' and despatch,and on a, reasonable terms 30 ALES in any part of the county attended tos
1V; al AsseiflbIy-WbiCb ia to convenevon the (for felirt acceptances any workmen inthe Notice. O respectfully solicited.

4J 20th of April-shall hire closed its deliberations country The continued patronage I ot* pub. I OIX months after date the Administrator of I Jars ices Court for the 2 District of Leon county. Rtrxurmcx:
th lh
by giving France a constitution after lie is most respectfully ..olcte.F ., I.3 estate of R. Humphries deceased late of Daniel B. Fisher Agent (or William E. Fisher, Notce. H. BOJTD, Esq., l t LtoTB it Fz.e" .

-; ; .! our own I would go further ; I would County wi present his final account and vouchers w.I ALL persons, creditor legatees entitle to dis- J. VT. ARGTLR. Eq { D. C. tYztO. '
p mud GERARD VINGERHOETS. to Ibe Judge of Probate of said County and I I Torris Welborn."pHE or o'hewii Intelute in the estate January 22, IS49. 27

send a embassage ; its member com Tauanaasfe, r.\mbr 6, 1847. IrS pry for a discharge from said administration. defendant and all otbtni are hereby notified of of James M. Sloan, late of Jd'ern County, de- -

posed 0 the Inow.rwn and most honor November 27, 18.. 19 6m -L the commencement of this suit, returnable to a ceased are hereby notfe to exhibit their claims Thomas JefT. Heir,
'-3t servants our republic ; those who hare Coffee. Justices Court to be held at Tallahassee on the 12th and demands within years from Ibis date to the tAw-
I : of life : day ot June next, and to appear and plead to Ihenme odtrsigned or the same will be barred: and all ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
the DR. J.
their
long S.
tti given "pnergjr tolibert/and BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE BOND
20 I Given under my and seal, this 31at indebted to said estate a requested to practice In the Circuit C* rt "JL
.ii-; L cutr. and whose mellow bu aU-raint.. r do. Rio do. OFFER his professional services to the citizens Marebl A. D. 1848. haq persons payment.JAfES. metmmiate WILL of the Mlddt. Cimrir.s 4f "J

j light rests the theatre of a Just do. Laguira do. and the surrounding country EDW Atm: M,. WEST. ('JL ] L, ,TCKE.Sheriff prime Court and Uaited State Disfrfct Cevt
tend up embassy in the name and I' rlcYd. and for sale by Office at CJ Fi b.r'j HoM| Justice of the Peace. of Jefferson County Adm'r. Tallahassee. *

: JI Sent IS. LLOYD t FLAC5. Mar, 29, i Apr! 1,1515 I 31 3 ;February;1?, 1518.. 31 .3m Msnticeile.January !4S **



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