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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: November 18, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Sj"L the long Pond aeltlerowt.( and Dedhatn, to oUovernment.Front man's Creek, Dajsville, L Centre, and Ovid to From Hillsboro' to Raleigh. changed a to pass through Tawack riy Hills, andCorsicanna From Waterloo, by Red Dud and Lafaveltci.W. .. J
1tvI S Coraer Penobacot county. Marshall via Eaton Bspids to Lansing the Peru. From Jakon. via "ymn. Cayuga. Rocky the county site of Navarre., S|>srta. in Randolph.oonl,. C
AllUsta. .ia South C"'"* .Nortb Palermo,, Capitol utl'eStafr. From Charleston, via Springrille and Per Brashear's & Springs, and Fayetle Nirchf From Gonzales! to Goli d. From Shelbville, by A Aodnbdn Hillsbotoi krrf'
rSou tDrws. Brwks. Monroe north part ol From Hillsdale, Michign. to Motre1er. in Ohio. to Greenup in Cumberland cotinly. 'From Paulding, via Lcakesvillc, to Mobile, Alb From Co-alcanna, the county site of Navarro viaPorter's Mount Kingston, in Montgomery county bv St.taftton. **

rt.CarlIOD" Corner and Hampden. to BanJtfrem From Kalamazoo Kal uo.via From Ewington, via Cochran's.Grove and Sullivan ma BlnlT, to Buffalo. Bunkerhill.and Wvodburni Mtcotiptb nma. ...
ftukf Austin's Luf.ickbUg., John W. BarkY'f. Ten to Decatur. From Laknit via Winchester, Miltonville, From Hodge's post office in Fort Ben county 10 ty. to the City of A lion. .4" ,

; Mexico to Byron,through Ro bury, in Os- don. SturgU, Prairie, the From Greenville to Alton. I and Quit' ,, Arnold' post office, in Austin' courl., Gaslen's, From Dresden via Ohio Firm and Lisbon. to Nett
and terminating the foute from Wilton! Slate d Indiana. : From Springfield,via Athens, New Market Wal From WoodvihleviaSibley'a and Harvard's Ferry Wade's, and Stephen Tippet ark -f. ?* .a :
rordcodaty.alWeld. From Brookhn In the county of Jackson, to Grass ker's Grove Quiver and Liverpool to Catlton.in to Stephen Kened's (on the road from Natchez to 'From Houston to Gonvalrs via Richmond, Columbus From Dt1 rld Via; Pmpecl.'OlC6nn.ni and Jack*- '
teADdIvff Lake, in the afore a5d. ) and Petersburg.
VERMONT. county Fulton county. Liberty. son precinct to Marengo. $#**
is'ortbomberland New Hampshire Eat From Dexter via Pinckney to nowelt I FfuW Springfield,via Mount Pulaski,Clinton, and From Vicksburg, via Warrenton to Grand Gulf, From Galveston to Columbia via Virginia Point From Aurora via Roaltown and. CanevUU loycamnre !

froG ,il Guildhall.Graiiby, and Victory From Dexter to Lansing the t State. Marian, to Mount Pleasant. by land. and Garen Hines. .
Bartl Vet1DODt.Weft Townseod to Vermont Windham From Paw Paw, via Almina Centre in Vao Buren From Dillon, in Tazewell county, via Mackinaw FromJlopewehl via Big Creek and Jones' Mills, From PassoCavallo to Corpus Chris! ja,via Lamar, From Dtlrrde ala Aljonqtiih, Crrtial J4b. M<,.

rrom county, to Alimo in Kalmazon county, intersectingat Point, Hittle's Grove and Muunt Hope, to Waynea- to Cofenie. Canpano and Arkansas Pass. Henry, Ringwood Solon and Richmond id Illinois ,
ttCambridge. Lamollle coUnty,Vermont. viafletcbd tbl point the route from Kalamazoo to Otsego yule, in De Witt county. Slem. via J. H. Norton's and William Mc I From Lagrange to Goliad .Chisbolm'r Ferry. to Geneva Wisconsin..
to 3kCtI CIJ. in .- coUnty of Allepn. From Rock Islandyia Camden Mills, Orion, An. Lean's .', Cross-roads. From Indian Point to Vicor". ARKANSAS- '
PENNSYLVANIA. From Allegin in the county of via the dover Red Oak GroVe, Walnut Grove Victoria From Grenada to Greensltoro'. i From San Antonio. to via Goliad.. From Camden to Arkadelphiit

Sharon Potter county, Pennsylvania via Holland Colony to Grand Haven* Alegn. ] of Rochester, Brimfield.and Kickapootown, to" Peuria From Grenada, via Belfontaine. to Fame. Fro Rufugio to Lamar. From Mutant Id.via D.-lloto! UlXiiFiom
li fniB r.fsrrUt null through the valley ofthe Honey. i Ottawa. 'From Blue Island via Cooper's Grove. Chelsea, From Koakiudko, via Greensboro and Houston to From Columbia to Matagonla, via Brazoria, Cedar Lost Creek post obceta Pioferson I'

JJJ eet.lo Well-ville, in the.Slate of New Yoik.ftta From Pontiac in Oakland dounly Via Campbell's Wallingford, and BloomviUe Bulbonia. Pen to toe. Lak and Ciney. c..nty,to ctnnecl tbton. .
? OflStWI. Montgomery county to AllenIMTS Corner! lo Farmer's Creek L pw county. From Greer ville, in Bond county to Staunton.In Fn Ceero., via Shongalo, Middlcton and Lagrange 10 Texans via Lyons Petersburg S line cotlnty to Last Creek. f" :
county via JrfTenonville Perkiomen From Brighton Livingston county, via Hartland Macoupin c unty. and Kerr' From Lew iille, Lafayette county, to lit .
Lenigh
j.Sbtvenke'i, store, Frederick Colebrookdale, and Tyrane. to Fentonville in Genesaee county. From Metropolis City to Jonesboro. From Aberdeen via Athens Quincy Splunje, From Houston via ranthap"j to Sprangffeld.From Claiborne parish Louisiana. 3
From Lansing the capital of the Sate, in Ingham From Chicago,via Gross Point La Pear and Oak Grnbb Spring and Hamilton lo Aberdeen. San Antonio to Latdn. Fiom Arkadelphia loClingmaa's, ArkaniafL < '

lad i"llfil1e.Schn)kill coqntY.lo MillersburgatbeSosquehanna ,, county. to Byron in Shawassce county. Hill, to Llttlelort. to Prairie Point. From Austin ,::a Yuong'! Settlement. toCaldwell. I From Helena, in Arksn.a .ta Pan arta PanoUv ,:.
from via Llewellyn Taemunt Bear. From Howel. Livingston county via Josco and From Middleport. via Worth. Quitman and Butler From Charleston to Dela. From Baunfel's to Fredrricfcbnrg.From CObI111.l\i.tllwlppi. Askew laffsv once week.. -
via
From Delta to San to Washington, new county C
Urbanna. LOUISIANA.
Woconsico, and Elizabethtvvvn.f 'hileak. Ingham cotmty. to Yelp.
lIont. Stroodsburg Monroe county. to East Sterl. I From Bronson in the county of Branch va Gil- From Dixon, via Wilson's Mil!, (south side of From Bolivar to McNutt. seat Au-itin i From Mew River pest office on the tfiat bank bf "

Wayne eoontvj via Brack:e) rille, Pncebutg, end, to the township of Noble in the same county. Elkham Grove) Milledgeville.and flack Oak Grove, Fto McNutt to Greenwood. :From Corpus Christ i to county seat of Cameron the Mississippi river to Galveston io rrid SUM .
frtt and Covesrilltf.frosa From Ada in the cotin!)' of Kent, via Smyrna and lo Savannah. From Charleston, via Tu cahoma and Smith'sMills CMintv. From WirHborough.in Ihe rarUb of Fraaklia. lo
ladiaa Hill Penaingtonville Che>lcr fcottnty to thelack Otisco to Greenville in the county of Montcalm. Finns Winslow in Stephenson county via Warren, to Carrolllon. Vrc Co'pu C-hristi to Rio Grand city. Monroe. In the parish of Ouachila. -,' .
Lancaster to in Jo Davies county. From Coffeeville to Sarepta. Corpus Christ i to Laredo. From Natchilothes along the bank ofKed rivtr t tShrr
vffice county CoopersVille, FLORIDA. Mi1ie. ( via New to Fulton of the Rio Grande to Laredo by
Point, via Sherman and Em. From Holly Springs Albany ; From the mouth report. 4
Crtea Tree in, Bart's and Pasmore'g.Fii From Millfw, Santa Rosa county via Escambia raett.to Lillleiort. in Ittawamba county steamboat or ladvia Rio Granda city. From Rlanqnemine to Johnson' SIDle,oft Ihtf Bi
Oil creek post office at Titusville, Crow. and lo Sparta, Alabama.From From Delta, via Husdng's Ferry, to Panola counJ From Buffalo to Washington, via Fartharp's. L ttU'
Columbus Warren ,via Rome county Nathansvile. From Cass, via Barber's Corners, Du Page, and )on Gro II ,bIt the way of Point Coopee. io
county
tordciuaty. ; Alcua and Uchecana to Ma. Vermont settlement Onwrgo t From Camcn-n in Milan t'JUDI1lo Cllket via i izna. f.
fldred, aDd Spring creek townships. rianna Jackson county. GEORGIA. From Herbert's post office 'to Qnitman, in said Nashville,Whcelock, Leona and From !lard From Trexlcrto Lehigh county to Hereford, From Alachua to Geneva Alabama in Harrison via Hazan
From Griffin to Newnan. State. From Marshall, county sFerry Funebree and Riser settlement, to Columbia.
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.it; Mitlertowo.C" From Maiiannato Ohtse. Calhoun county to From Albany in Baker county, lo Thomasville, In From Vicksburg Warren county Mississippi via .iu Upshot county, lo Tjlerin Smith County. From Columbia by Thomas Meredith'Aodera .5
1 from Worchester, Montgomery county to CenticSquwe. \ttrslt the route rrlm Apalachicola toChattahoo- Thomas county. Warrenton Willow Springs, Port Gibbon Oakland Frui Ruk Cherokee county to Lockrawza. son,and Perkins Jenkin'c vettlement, to VefSMilLi

chee. From Bainngton Ferry in Mcintosh county, via College Rodneyand Church Hill, to Natht-z, Mi.Iisirpis .- From Galveston via New Boston, to Sour Lake, in From Vernon, by Indian Viliaga and C9Dnit,...U. :
Jon&own, Lebanon con nty to Rberersburg,
from Benhadcn :
From Shell Point miles.
AlabahainCrceki eighty-five Jefferson county.
Talallasste: ani Pendam's tore, in Wayne county, and Monroe-
Seeks eosatf to MARYLAND. MISSOURI.
Ntw YOlvK.
%Wamborou: in Ware county.
to
- From botottgh of Clarion Clarion county, to bo. From Tallahassee *ia Cenlreville to Miccr>!ukcv. : From Carrolton, via !, to Franklin.] From Baltimore, yia Cub Hill, Fork Meeting, to From Alexandria via St. Francisvjlle Wood's From Lockport, via Ton .unda Rapidsi to Ctirencee. '
ro gB tJ) Bid! wiy. Elk county via the northern From St. Marks via !ewlort. Wacissa and Marion From Canolton to Lurelli Bella,r.From. Mills, Fox. Dlomfdd. Princtton, and -

tide of Clarion rt'er. to Monticello Troupville, Gorgia.b Wer.From ClvattsrSlle, to Columbus Princess Anne. via Kingston to Jefferson Knoxville, to Moines in Iowa. From Elizabethtown Essex cobnl,. New Turks '
From Allen Cumberland county. to Boiling From Quincy via Rocky Comfort to Reform, in in Florida. Corner in Somerset county. From FreericktowD.Madison couh'y! via Deva'tBo'hnger's via Keene post Office! and Osood's', Harriett imn,Si. ,

: Gad .den county. From Madi.n.,'ia Monticrllo Seven Islands,and From Denton, Caroline countryi via Greensborouzh Wayne county. Amanda, to Mernllsville post oftte in Franklid .,
Hellidaysburg Blair county via AlleghanyHd Erom Quiney to &cudo. Gadeden c untj. Jackson to Griflm. ridgtOr. Beaver Dmes. Long March, to From Brunawicki Chariton county, via Utica, to count,New York. :.
Ashland Farnace<,and Weak]and e.tN wwu', From Jasper in county
IfilK From lodiaa Wnt county Philadelphia via Lobb' Blount's Ferry and Rjdeucn'j }'crty, t .tnle Habe .ham county. From H'licott's' Mills In Rockville Montgomery From Cassville, via Mtiit Pleasant, to Sarcosie. I York Jto Dickinson by way' of Mobs co"na *.. J"eouall. ,
via Clarksville Sandy Spring. .
Kel.'nie. Village. From Dalton Georgia, to Benton Tennessee. county cethe. t
tore, Spnncfield, Hose Tree, Works, From Pilatka lo un.\'ille. From Dalton via Spring Place )' county VIGINIA. From Alexandria to Winchester. WtSCONSll'.
,." 1 Howelmlle IMaware county.)'. From Alligator to Ole-stee. and F.lirav, Gilmer county, to Dahlon Murray(' ;a. From Eacbburgh. in ( of lonlwmery. From Alexandria to Canton. From a mail route from Prairie Chien, m Wi: .a
" From Suiinejtown, Montgomery county, via Spin- From Alsigator via Ocean Pond. Barber's and From Route Flod count?, via Cave Spring toJacK'nviaae via Pepper's Fery. said county, to Ne\I! ln. I From Oi.ola via Quincy,to Hickory Court.houe. -o-v'on, via Round Prairie GraJ.tam'.ldill..l the F.I1. }
. Beretowiuto Einan*, Lehigh couaty.FrcH Brandy Branch, to J.clmoiiMllc. Du al c ,Unl) L : ) the countv ofPula k:. From Kirksilf via Lanca-ter: to Fort Des Moines of Black ri"erl-Ibe Mouth 0( Oitear fiver the Mid;
iaauaina
Emlentonn, Verango county, to the mouth From Columbia Honda to Trowpville Georgia From Griifin 4,Pike county via Eng1ih Mills,F )- From falartainsille, in the county of lenry.lia in die Milli on the Menoroonie river lha. Mouth njViIlim ,t.
tfTtonetU creek. From Neunantvillc via; Wacissa to Cedar Ktin to Ntvvnan, COM eta' cconl R. ugh and Ready, PrunityV, Union turna-e. Ilms- From Memphis to KeosanqUa in Iowa. liver and O-seeoI.aZo the Palb of St. Cfuif
From Sanvie. Verango county, via U'allaceville. Lev) coinly.rrom cite From county Columbia county, ,via John Denl.I ville, and Rock Castle, in the county to From We tport In Harrisonrille. ALABAMA.
to Demser. vi ia !! to 0- R.s'ill. Flo\d Count-house. Rock toGeoegetcvvn.From via dalefon'
Nennanstllle > onborough, I V. to Lincoln countv. From Arrow Fr.irn Wilderness post office, SM ito
From Coshingville Potter coanly.lo Spring Mills, range Sp.ins ll'From Lineollwn.Tmcllcr'b nest, DOlIy county' to Florence From lrosie. in the county of Alb.tn3r-, Fulton to Linna. Molt' post office.
in the State of New Yt.jk- Micanopy via Fort Clark to Fork Halves Stewart county. via Grenfield. Te Ricer Mil. and From AUento.'u. Lehigh county, via Schnccks- From JacksonvilleFlorida, via Haddock', Kirk. From Halcondaleat the fifty-mile station' on the county of Nelson I to Ruse .il!, in the (county of From Buffalo via St. Paul to Fot !tb. borne or Indigo Head to Geneva in said SI it ft. "

nlie, to Kern'i Mill*. land's and Nassau Couit,Iiouac, to St M of.A' Geor Central nil-load. in coun'')', tu \ca "nle.in Amherst. From Richmond via Far 'aVest I. I)svie and Gen From D nton. in Lovvndes county, Alabatta tia
hem Norrutown, via Jcteron"ie. ShannonftDetnd Talnall Cfiunl>. Srinn From Kinwo in the county of Preston, to1V.t fryville to Athens.Fiom Joseph' Walker, to Warrenton Dallas cohnty. .

Lumbnit. in cfnty Montgome- gia.From Nassau. Courthouse to Fernan,lina. From in Tatrall county to the fortv- G.lalin. via :rr nit to St. Joseph. Slc.2! And bf further enact tdt That the aforet '
rj,t Ph .uile. county of Chester. From Jackson'ie Mandjnn. Black Crle Picolali !. five mile ReidtYle.the Ccntral railroad. Fr"l New London, in Campbell cotlnty via From to said routes shall advertised! for contracts', tor Ihgserricp
Frm.\"ondae. Chester county Pends.)irania, to *'! ,. Foil ButUrEnterpriseandMellunville From Buckeve" losl t office to Toumville, in Lau. Wude's, the Meadows, Halc '!'ord, and Trvlor's Storeto From Danville to Me\ico.. thereon, at the next general let ing in the .
&nO.Necltle count f, Delaware. to hcadna;
. Fro Gap post ofce. Lancaster county, via lat water, and from thence hv land via Indian riser, Pa- renscounly.From Andersen in South Cardinal via Elbtrton, turnpike road from the said town of New London, to in Adams. county. vice to commence as soon thereafter as practicable i /

" and lotercur.e. to ew Holland. los, San. Lucia and Japitor, to Miami Dade county. to lon. ()lethorpc cull), Gergia. R >cK) Mount, when completed, shall be, and the IOWA. Provided That as soon 25 a responsible contractor .
Frau West Penn, Schuy'Ikill county, to Lehigh- } Pen acola by sea, via St. Andrcvv's and St. From Lein Pendltton, South Carolina via Pulliam' same is hereby declared to be, a post road, withoutre From Mount Pleasant via Deed's Mill, Brighton shall olU'f to transport the mails over any portion of

ton. Carbon count j. Joseph to Apibchichola; from Apabchicol by sea ferry Bench, Bowersville, Franklin Springs, gard to the intermediate points herein named, if and kaloo.a to Monroe city. the routes included in thj| bill, the Poslmutef General t
. From Smith' ferry, Beaver county, via Ohioville, via St. Marks and Cedar Keys Tampa; from Madison, Kings Springs, to Athens. Georgia. the same shall not be upon the line of aid road From Delhi via Cascade and Giecn' Ferry to Galena shall have Ihe power forthwith to put }beat

1 DalDtO. Tampa by sea via Sarasota and Chailotle harbor to From Athens, ,via Gillsville. to CUrksvillc. From Rocky )Mount via Sauuders's Mill, Long in Illinois. under contract : Provided, That nothing in Ibis act ,
Frm illc, Washington county, >ia Key \tI. in learners. From Athens via Dallas, Providence, to Catnes- Branch: and Cinad)', Gap, to Ho>d Court-house. From Qtiashqueton via Independence to Sturges'Rapids contained shall be so on,traed as to expresaanf I, -
" Fancerille, to llitlktwroogh.Fran From Tampa via Manatee to Saraiota. ville. From Finca1e. in the county of Botetouru, to LUck Hawk county. opinion as to the true boundar,. of auf Stale or. X*f-:' }
Piilckur _vta Br ok_k, Wk 4_t-:wn, end Trout Tduipa via HitcLej-ucksan-a and Fort Gal- From Grainesville to Arzo. Covinton in county of Alleghany. From the Raccoon Forks of the Des Moines mitEr ritory named therein. r-

I flMfiect. to Brwoingo. len to M.JolSltt. \ From Mecbanicsburg, in Giles county to Perry' to Council Bluff. SEC. 3 1. And be itftathrf nJndhl,That the Pods
From ng county, via Lo)al- Key WI' bJ' sea, via Indian Ke). Ke)' Largo From Eldorado, r K.rSAS .,. via Harper's Store, in the county of Taze vell. From El Kader to Jrcksor.ville. master General bo, and he is hereby anthoriaefl id r .'
lock wallet to Cherry. Sullvn eunvFromGeensborouhj Miami. Junior' S.1 Lucie Indiau rivtr and Foster's Store, and Janus (;to .Athens, the seat Trom Kenhana lo Logan Cuurt-houe. along the, From Fort Madison viaVe4 Point Lowell establish pot offices, arid sppoidt depoly psuliia.ttra :
r tl E->l lor', store, and Sm ra to St. Augustine in steamers. of jiHticeof Cliirborne cOIII JYtf.i.) in Louisiana. main State road via John G, JODcs's.nea the mouthof Mount Pleasant Crawfordville and Iowa city to Du- at San Diego; ,Monterey,and San Francisco and
tt'ure to intersect the old rote at \Vbiiel lost| of. Ncal'aSpringl. Hewitt's creek in theconnty of Boon. 3datitornia
From via Mills, buque. surh other places on the coast of the Pacific
Wullington. Johnsn'
ice,.in, Green county. ILLINOIS. and in Sevier county. Baker'sS1'rines From the town of Moot field, in Hardy county, via From Tipton via Pioneer Grove and Marion to the within the territory of the United State**}
From Providence office, via John Cub HoiLjtcrtTille via Grove,.Ovi.i Dewey's Mill, Rti-tsey's the South Branch of the Potomac
post From Peru Trov and Mountain Cove in Polk county, the South Foik of county seat of Benton county. and to make such temporary arTaajr.riftentslor'the'I f
Hamilton poet office, and Paeak| to Lafi)cUe Grove, Kcll\'< Mills, Slilluian and Kiabwankie to Dallas, rOIl river to McDowell pos:t oiGce, in the county ol From Cedar Rapids Linn ,county' via the countyseat I ran
Tolton. to Rock ford. From Chickalah 'toll"t Sprin' f. Highland of Benton county to the Falls ot Cedar river public interest may require;that all letters conveyed ji jito
From New London Crots roads.in Chester county, From Ottawa via Norway, Long Grove From Christianburg, in Montgomrr county, via
1c\\uk. From Creek, via Hesters Bridge. on Hurri Black Hawk county. or from any of the above mentioned places oa thtf .
TUOxford lo Hjpewell cotton works, in the tame and Cs.eo to NvpervilleFrun Ll the Foundry, to Hillsvile, ID county. via Wasson's Mills, Washington '
via H. l ur'., to Pine BlutT, Jefferson Carol From Iowa City Pacific' from or to any place cm the Atlantic, C I ::1
county I eight miles. Peru via Como and Genesee Grove to Mount cane count. From the town of ; the c.untyor countyHouston's PointKeokuck count), and Sig- shall be charged with forty cents postage } -I

01110. Carroll. Fro'm ,Yell county. ,via fllia Poabont3lutonniUe.in Ihe county of Randolph ourney to Lancaster. vtteraconiveed. from one to any other of the Mti.
From Chic in Mercer to From to Knoxville. Chickabhilae. Creek, Old Field Fork
Cranberry
aT. county Gale-burg n.lo Morrison's. ; Brlom. ) WISCONSIN. places on the Pacific shall pay twelve and a
prairie, in Darke rounty. From \\1111;, (Illmoi.) via Long Grove Gil- Ihrb)'s, Tburp Buf. of Elk river Big Shrine, and Mingo Flats ; thenceto Prairie and Franklin cents postage ; and the Postmaster of
From Milan RmMx l Genet in Juliiiron county. and duw that Huttonsville. From &>uI b port via Pleasant
to
to Sandusky city. met, Mclltnrv via Daniel the Valley river n river received onacroonfof
Fuknile. Arkansas Ners authorized to money ,
any
ppv '
From Clinton Ohio. ,'ia Elizabeth and Waterville, From Fa\etf\ie. to AntioCh in Illinois.
in county .Quinn'nKills Troy, I
Spring be
mat1e AMIhe
% Sbina. via 8. to Maysville, Benton county. via Pleasant Prairie and Walk. ; aforesaid to be pay mentl to
to Highland P. O, in High to Summit in Wisconsin From Henry la.ti" tun. Arkansas, via Carvsville, to From Free Port, in Wood, st the mouth of Goose From Southport Richmond in Illinois. contract for Ihe transportation of the nails inIhe i '
land county. From .armington s ia Fairview, and Virgil Creek, to Ritchie Court-hou. er's Prairie to '
Elil'i and tbe .
Mills and Pacific ocean FosjrtiajfeGpneral
via Salisbur ;
From Georgetown via New Hope Benton and to Macomb. Marion, Louisiana From in Greenbrier, via Nicholas From Port Washinhton. ,
LOUISIANA. CJntonvie. turtbe/ .. 1tot1ted fo ptztrloj'fI rtc/eiinr Xvt4airenfc ;
count v.
-4 Greeobuih, to FtAeUeville. From Di von.via Prophetstown, Portland, Sharon, From Hansonbnrz, via Copenhagen Thomas Meredith's Cort.house an Poabonlu. to Randolph Court Horrictm From Geneva to Beaver via East Dam Troy Dodge Eeghtille and WaterviHe in making! arrangements for the e ?tot?<1rment : J

From Wilmington\iaMorristille, Mutai nniJe.! Green river, and C.mdcn to Rok Island. Vernon, to house. ot post offices, and for the tranrmiuioltbtltct'ipt .
I Lynchbarg, Dodsonville, Princetuwn, ( <, From thiderf. (Illinois,) via RoscO.,, Force's JamC5Vlliam's.: Ihe parish ndemoni. From Gravel Spring to Woodseck.! to Summitt. Lac via Ceresco and conveyance of 1etfrt in Oregon and California : t L
du ,
Athens, Cliborne. Fond county
Jv'evr to Milland New Pennsylvania Dram.ville to From Waupun
Georgetown. Bridge Davis MilN, Rugsell's From Alexandria, via Leesburg. I
.. Hop. From Natchitochea via SI Maurice, Cc.da Cretk. Darlford. .at an annual compensation not exceeding that

to PaDama via Biunerauurgh and Uicktie. i From ,S toShulUburg camor via, Coltonsvillc in Wiscon-in.South Grove, Salem Mill. John Leslie's, ,aU'', and John T. From Asheie.NORTH through CAROLINA.Buncombe and Yancey, to From Darien via Reel's Corners, Richmond,, and of Ihe principal Aozusf clerks in the 184S.Post Office Deyartneul: i I
|4.
From Tifn. via Van Buren and Independence loDefiance. Hick's Mill, Lindeiiwood.lnie Rock, Paine' Ham'in Momo.Frum Mindcn in counties, Gari ,on's. Gilbtrl's Bull Cretk. Indi- Ulter's Corner's to Whitewater. Approved
to
,
in Bossier pari., Delaware
\ Poin', D..iP, and Oregon, to Mount Morris. Bcllevieu, G.p. Double Spring, Gahasen'*, Big (across From Milwaukie via Trov. Elkhorn j
From Warren, via hudson, to Brunswick.From From ton. in Will county, ,via Mazon, to Claiborne. I the State line,) via Suphur Spring, in Green county, Darien, Allen's Grove and Clinton to Bcloit. Taylor't Letters Batttd Dawn.-We ctffl ,
Lebanon.
Lower Sandu.ky to Port Clinton. Pontiac in Livingston county. From Alexandia to Mount Toro to Burr's Ferry.KENTUCKY. (Tennessee,) sand( Love's, to Limestone Spring la From Fond du Lac via IlumecviHe to Plover Portage from his letters and from his deelaritiofu : I

From Hagerstown to Eaton. From Charleston, in ole county' via Sullivan, From Fort Je up, via said county. I on Wincortsirt river. 1. That he isanopartyman. r( .
, From Jackson via Jackson Furnace, in to Decatur, in Macon via From PotGai i to Beetown.From .
county. From County nominated
to PortemCth, Cour.bos Moulrie.Thompsons Ferry,opposite Cape Girardeau.in From Mount Sterlinl. via the Furnace Boater ponds Irvine on, Lint. Luingon. Fulnn. loksie.'ile ; ald that the Surnmitt! via Oeonomewoe Neo-.ho, and 2. That he is unwilling to be t
to
Steam candidate of
Fro to Bryn.I Missouri, via Tlubes Santa Fe. and Southland, Red ri'er. and route from Salem to States ville Lt. and the same i Mavsville to Fond du Lac. by party or be the part/*
Waterford.. via \Vaertw. to Barlow. to Cairo. in Etill county hereby, di-contmurd. Front; JamosviHe via Stone's Bridge Fulton and 3. That be would onlaccept a noteitiattitffl

rim Jabonyie. in Dare county b) Houston's From Peru via Perkin's Grove Ovid, Palestine From Grnon. in Carter Daniel' county Horton's via to the West precinct Liberty From Elizabeth: City Pa-qnotank county, to Ne\'. Dunkirk Madison.. fur the presidency coming uaamfttfoddj Item

Crer ad Cranberry Prarie. to Cold Water or Grove. Inlet Grove Lee, Centre, Franklin Grove, of Little Sandy and and from thence via Hazel bigots Creek in same county. From Port Washington lo Fond dtj Lac. the pecrple" fl
county, via and Henficon to
I I in Morgan From Sheboyagan Maysville
in Mercer county and Light-Looe Point to Dasville. From Floral College, Robtson county to ftandallsyule. -
From Hamilton, in Butler county, Ohio bv the From Socthport, (Wisconsin,) via Pleasant Prairie Green, to Jackson, in Brethitt count i.Iereditb the county*seat of Dodg county. 4. That be has dot formed politic opiri:
Lick ,, -
Fork
way or( Morning San, in pee county, to Bich Knox Cioss corners Liberty, and England Prai Prol Williamstown, via Lu From Lumbvrton to ElizabethtowL, er Prospect I From Watertown Jefferson county' ';Waupnn, ions.i .
_ m.n.in Indiana. rip, to Richmond in Illinois Cullis' and Losanville, to Reuben Ceresco Berlin and Plover Portege to Stephen'lfPoiDt 5. That he faa, formed political) opinions{ *;

Ithaca, in Darke county to New Castine. in From Elizabeth, via Freprt. to Rock river. From and Winchester the mouth via of Rockr'Va1rr crek, iVne. Hill.From Cruel! Hill, by Peter's Creek, to Fayette- in Portage county. 6. That Ire would prefer Henry Clay tocf
the nme county. Fro Freeport via Mills and Oncco, G.oude'l Wooward'i vii he- NEW YORK. candidate. UMT s
pTttwenCy
.
From Xenia, in Green county!. by way of Byron,, (Illinnis.) to Monroe and Madison, in Wisconsin. Kiddville to Walter Goude's. From Cedar Creek Greene county Tennessee, From Florence, Oneida county New tori,to Os- other men *s a r
t Fairfield, ia the same count;. From Car roll on, In Green county to Wkhester, Trom From Pleasureviile to Owentovvn. into North Carolna. via Allen's Old Stand Joseph ceola, Lewis county. 7. That he will not uitttue field for Hex!

INDANA. in Scott county. Fleming county, via Plum.mer' Rl'e'l Mill, Mountain Creek post ofce, in From Geneva, Ontario county New Yotk, via ry Clay. .
.'r Patunie. Catarat Mills, Spencer, From Mount Morris, via files' and Woodruffs' From, Mills Poplar Plins. and Tripfett, to West Lib Yoncey county.,. Gorham Rushrille and Naples to Dansville in Lit. 8. That be is opposed to the actjuurtien of
tad Stanford and Rock Run in Illinois,, Mi. Carter's via J. W. Anderson's, .
Witehal, comity of Owen, and Corners,Fare"cli's Ferry, From Daniel on ;inpton coUnty. .
ii county! ol Monroe, to fyriugvilie, in Law to Madionin Wisconsin. erty, in Morgan Thomas county.J. Dobbin's store to Aaron's run, Gabriel's Creek, in Yancey county via Bull Creek From Fosterdale Sullivan county,New York via territory by eonqueats o/iU
Knee county. From in Monroe coun'y, via Red Bird, From Walnut, and Bush: Creek, to.the Warm Springs. I Callikoon village tad Round Pond/to Rockland,in 9. That he is" in fitor .
Watero. county.
From Tipton iuTipton county!, via West Kindet.&OOdtoStjawtcwn Els Grove to Chester, in Randolphcounty. I both From in Montgomery in Breathitt county, to Crocket. From Warrenton to Shocco Spring i said county. 10. That he is favor of the Wilmot. .ftovTtsn. .

in Hamilton county.. Jackon. fork of the Kentucky river il'' From Lxingon.by Fair Grove, Johnson's, Hoov From GreentiTle, Green county New York via" .
From Salem,in Washington county via Leesville, From Joliel, via Jackson Creek Reed'a Grove, the ville on er's, and Gold Miner, to A.bbro NorthCarolina. Norton Hill to Oak Hill. 11. That H it agai'rUl! i't.I'Z. .
N Lawrence in Monroe Hock Creek. Mount Lagun,, same county New York via
county,, to Bloomington, Wilmington Bulbnia. TENNESSEE. From Gilboa Schoharie county,
toe at Middleport. and MiIlford. Lafactte in Indiana. Shady, Johnson county, toPaperville.iu From Litleton. rn halifax county, to Ransom's Jefferson and North IlarpeufieWf to Davenport, Delaware Tha he is a moderate whig.la. .
Frem Muncie, in Delaware county, to the cownty, From Wilmington via Horse Creek, Yates' "'am. From Ta1tori"ia county. Bridge Frdlkln countv.TE"AS.. connlj. That he is a rabid whig.

f of Tipton county. Limestone. Sammon's Farm, ''and Spring Creek, lo via to Brownsville.From From ChtteangsyFrantTin county Nest York to 14. That he will not deelare his optakb-
, rOD West Unity \Viiam v, Ohio via Middleport. : From Smtfie.. Dancyvilf. on the north From Sherman, via Cofec's Bend, in Grayson the Canada line,adjoining the north part 6f(he town 15. That he' dots declare them.
to La Grange Cf.tre. Sute of Indiana. From Fairfield in Wayne count)'. to Msville, in Thor mountain via Martin couty. to Fort Wathita. Of Clinton. himself
side of Clinch Clevelan.undJohn From Green's Blotf,on Sabinc river via Law hen', fork 1G. That he will not lend to pny
"r St. Joseph via Williams Centre, Baonerv- Clay county. to Blain'i Cross From Alden Erie county New to Mill- St
r 17tto Defiance,in the Slate of Ohio. From ttlefootvia Wenworh.Angola. Anlioch, .. Dbl',, via Bellfonte, Erie and Oxford toAthens. Mills, to BUlke'ie. the coanty site of Newton grove, in laid county, near the residence ol Moses' schemes.
Lerr-burg to Wolf Lake. English Prairie, Blevin's Mi,, Sllon. Richmond county. .,. Tha be sees kod himself t. partpurposes /
Franz Bellville. in the county of llendricks, via Alden. Cogswtl. Bi i fout Iririt. Corners, From Wayneabore' to Alabama. From Lyon's post office, Louisiana, tia Gfeen't Case.From Williamstown, Oswego county, flew York,' / ,

linvihIeto North Salem. i iFreoi Wilmct.. .nd f"'le,', Pririe, tl in Wiscon From Eli/abelliton, Forence. ld. Blnuntville, Bluff, to Sabine Pass. via OM to Amboy Corners in said cormtv. : 18. Refers to the Allison letter" *nsf pi
From : in Bowie county, Hickory
Browndown Jackson county, via David sin. More"ile. From Rome Oneida counfy. New York to Vernon
Washinston, New Canton and Arcadia lo KingsporUFmm Clear and Gertrude offices, to Jtf. f Cat eeawQting the .-Lote- Dem.
-D.to Nashville in Brown county. From PilhtlHd' via i Somerville, via Fa)e tie Corner and Estaun. Spring post Centre in said county.
Fr Blvflloa Well county, to Fort Wayne In Cincinnati, Pikton in Illinois. Rallsporl! and Fraak. feroon, in Cass county. From Auzuita,Oneida county New York fo Madison
i I. ala. to via San Co Solomon New York fall a! .ofx#
All county.( ford to New London in Missouri. Dlmak.to Dalton, Georgia. From Henderson, me ( Grig- i in the county of Madison. 1 Tbe papers Cory
La Grante to Goslwn. From Vir inia,in Cal cony.! via Keeling Berry's From Btnlon Jdcksou to S.nnna. in Tennessee.ALABAMA. by's.) Liy. Mills, Rnll. and Murchron Prar>ieto From Cor nhagen. Lewis county, New York. via man who being taken ill* was .uJcllkat oov

From .;. WhHenHntyrto Lafayette in and Olwav B. NancuV, to Petersburg in Merud.coa''ly. Boy n ton's Comers, Wondf ille and Jacksonville to thing _acid sate him out ffrfrinfc a 4taztof .
** From Wo< W Bul Jefferson
etooB
in
to Sprmgville.Frorn Lorraine county. .
cnty.t.
From Perkinsvillc in Madison county, via rwAer.loTiprn From Peru, via Shelby, Princeton, and Crandell's From Jasper Rus eville to Buzzard Roo t. in Smith ( the county site Fram Jefforeon. Schoharie coOnf ,Zew York, to catnip teaj *for I
Grand Saline Bruteu's and Four 'Then must die/ Aid tbf r mgtf
| in Tipton county. Feiry. 10 Rock Uland. From huntsville MonTgomery, via M"ntevallo. of Van Znnctt. ( ,) Byrneville in said eouniy. p
Vaixferborg county, t Cyn. From Yoik, in Clark county via Molou. Mar- Tmin Wrtompka, via Qnitman. Chcou creek Mile' Praire. to Buffalo. From Elmira. Chemung county. New York, via don't bold but a pinf/ .
.in Po county. titisville, and Salisbury, to Chalk lon -coun- and Wnschatchey Columbian. )le. in Smith county, to Palestine. East Veteran and West Caynta to Ithaca Tompkins Probably that was the. m'e raia: : whales
.
J Metea o Fulton in Fvhoa county via Per. 'y- From Marion: via Dickenn' Ml. Brush Creek From San Augustine to lhrion. county. clared that he should die of a fortr, b ciuse
< Niconza. Laketon, North Manchester. LiVMills. From Freeport. in Stephenson county, to Eliza Centrevillc.and Jericho, to From SpringGeld, the county ,ea of Limestone. From LafargeviltJeffemon? rntl'nl,. New York omio Mf"'nu&o'1'
"*: Whitely ti Whitely: beth in Jo count). Lcighton. to Falls of Br7. via Shantyville Parker Srtllemnt ta Torresa OsP.ow there vrafnot r
T tom Washington in county via Fa)cite- From laie .in Brown county, to New From From the Muullon town la of Talledega to Broken Arrow, in From 10u,1oo. via E Bjrren's. and F. Binghim's, and Caledonia, fo Governeur St. Lawrencecounty. Boston Rfpublicarit. S
Day .
-
** i. Lawrence Mid ,. in Highland county. to -
rn Clair.
county. Liberty St.
fa to\rteIMod Troy ia Perry From Naples,in Morgan county to Perry in Pike the From county Wetumpka of via N'uburg. 5apotoy. Pink. From Goliard to Port Lavacea. From Malone, Franklin county New York to The "Glory"JqxrrtftL A. a En Ksi f*}*'f
.u Ji coy.le via Honsen :
y.Ftoa. county. Goldville Widowee Iu State From Milam- m-Subine county, Rayon Fort Covinirton, same county. Last .wrek aD entucu$.$tH
,
Evansvilletn iheStateifrndiana via AlbionMFairfield.10 From Jersev ville. via Otter Creek and Crafton, in !Cpile. Grifn (Pace') lo Bear Creek. From Henvalton.sc.Lawrence countyNew York I says Keaint .
of Sr. Mark's
I Salem, in the Stat. of Illinois.VraTttwinGallahnwaney. Illinois, to St.:Charles, in lfgouri. Genrjia. Pond,in the county of Cherokee to th From ClarksVilte,'vi.'T.rnnt and the county site by way of De Puyster on the present route to De the Church ia,1Jmremnreutl
p n Jo New Libertyj'7OfGieico.an4 Mount Sterling, Lbrtr and Richland. Alabama,via Jacksonville, of Kaufman io BuRalo. Puystrrt |x>st office, thence by the road tbrrt>fh I the of a pane) from the Testry,om..d'f.'
Fro Pike city of Montgomery an From Warren to Coffee's nf '. MilU, toRossie .tolen iL fe
the way Pop the ,
'1 Grove, in the in Adams county and Knderbook. county ._. I;?, ,., ,.ftn.r. .. town of Macomh, by and follottiog prtperty r
Po in "
Taladtga.Frnd Carleton's store, t.,1 '. in the said county nl si.iwrence. of Ita *
to in .Missuri. WildernNs post office via and Manchester Communion cloth .1 telvet wt -
lalnibal. Belluvieti i ,
Henderson via i
II InaIna.isbe.tat. of Otii.. to Denmark, via Troy Grove, fo Earleville. How- to. Mott's post office. From site of, NEW JERSEY. ria" worked rn ,gald tared bU at.1f i f A<-
the
. itSt.Josephr.irer tolharni1tonintbecount) From Mount Carroll,via Pleaaut: t V.alleyto in Pike county, via Well- to county Upsrrur. in the township of Knovvlton,
From Albama. From via Greenville, to the county site From ,Colombia cassocks three bottles -of.soojramen&r
TroV. Iwo
' JbeI.; ra !iidiarrto ColdVaier, Wkhikan. Head, it Iatr. : Dnha tt Delaware riverfo Flat Brook
B ti ard"il borne,to &Gen. New Jersey.aloox Los and
Creek aol via of the of a miattonarjr ,
LyonMo Alabama wine contents
Ccago
towns hip in Detroit Cass.ria flag ,
lC'ebTr co. From Rent en, in ctunty. Pine Sussex county .
From
to
rwnt Paris lv Lamar .ilIe.lO
" F ,I..w Jackson cowrty. IndiaM. to From Dorr in, Me Henry, county vfalworth, via anJ Joseph Walker's to in ..couaty. ;! From, county, mu i From Viacanttowa via Luwbetton Ei'idgeboreoghFrort tome parcels l ;D Nsjhrill in Prairie 1 Geneva_ in county Red river county.
to
MISSISSIPPI. ,
township
*,Cl.Q..l, Cee.. ( .. ,.tJard". t ,- From Sbied, ', Gai erj1leCoiusnbt l *.an.1MonticflltO From Henderson,Panels via P ant "n andSOgar Hill 10. l'iaUad.lpbiA'N.w Germantown' via Tjnhinville' to ;enaab Large Dtvidentf-tM! Bun: Mo a!'Iniu1.ranee .
ebron to Y Grand in
.i. ; ; IcmOAr l 1 Dorr.mRop tt/d/ Boon't Mill, % v- to Brat" county.. oYbU at *r.JdIV1:
', ne' Gall.lin. .From. via CJinton, in,Can County, to VaJ Company .
.t nc1. the.eOf11( rl ha.via On "-. Richmond,.in McHenry Marioacooai/.ta county.Vrem UcLaaes-I From 'Boloxle, vi i Aojust*"..a' Elh.vllje-' ; (o' Mortrc** post office tnBawieeonntyFrotn I From Key:Port New Jersey, to sqninkcIa.'Fi&nTbckaboevia deqd-of 40 perct.on th upe & .
?y,and RitktajHulhl" Fultonop Redrivervia MooraV Ferry,.on Lower Bridgfe ooCtdaf creek.- .
c p.nldin.
u-AUfan.f eounlJf. ol '""y t*'.AlJpjbMi' ur tne.1 br nk Littkfurlia HatoJU"n county.Cac', Lake, JbJnult.! FrOtrv eHonfine, via Greneda, to rarull. '






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'I' 'f ceaieitjrt the deuce of the famous yS fftprfV and "ar .G 't .
z )' : : 'I' uf the tons Tefcpri *r,1M (* tnt.mtu.bip neceasarily protectiJfri # -TB pointsmade the Ne ,V
r:._ ,' I4Eifstdvit "" ; alUberefer* are, and mast continue Fillmore a. majority 'o iiO "j\1:. ..<".;, ;4. -- 1--. of Temperance. is the bud quarters elites S&flhm in Penn. in his late Fanuiel Hall' ( oarer. .1 lictwr r7 ;JQ !" i | IrI
t. [ronttsRtn BKqvnr.] From the returns of the National Ditiiioa ISyfrBfSTCKMS which ihe Senltod Oen., i>wi' :Caw, ., VM* 11,55
extract from *
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:4.l. ''; ______ Vt V sylraniau At the October election, the Democratic I _. \
:i r : ,' }' The undrratfnrd Committee,.a ni.ip. the past of 149,372.year, we there find that were out about of a rtwm 8000< -THBCtf.DOLLAKa; S tt5 A TAK, h i V AeVAKCL, candidate for Governor carried it by rr Its readers,) were then, ((1824-) 'infkrfcy To4alnsytsliebh manhood, 'and!r,dSL4Q flbq54, V

" T. t l .' the Grand TffBpje, f:ibt.Stt.cf ) of the pledge ; (f this number 243( = ; 507 majority, and Polk carried it In 1844, completely overthrown. The 'age, and yotj stall net (hid lalii"

j't; ..! J at hirIIdn; in August last to dN | reinstated and 742 violated the second m' next Muion of.tho,General.As. I. orer Clay and Birney, by 270 majorily. which pervades all his later I tariff reproach/ .

., t! rircuUf for |kf ;C"n, Weratlftn of the making a- loss "by violation: of pledge! sembly of Florida commence on Vt tho 4th : in inn month shows seems lobe t lhat aft dOI ltic for his fitness (t:tffa Petideaq
This 1757 10
t V :.' Tetnperancr, offer tV to?lowing' :. From the Tetnj.Ies. we are not in re Monday of,the present month-the 3Tih.. change of included in, and confined to tho roan, rfe'(fancy rjoubw It. 'HUul,
"I.: -: ,{ Every Society should bi'ecre: that how the free-soilers gave their role*. They will adcrft
., of the exact returns t but can state i i i ,'\ and irojW aje of ii"' ]'
: sraocml object in view, one towards are prcportionaWy) much les. We may Presidential Election. were told by every Whig stumper in the free manufacturing UtabU.hmentr ;- -his experience has been t.

'.' :.;',, chief energies should, bo directed ; It ", however, that il this State, out eta memo : States and by some from slave Slates, that and foster thescis insure the ism is Unbotfadftd. >4 .a....

' 4 ',: hare collator) or secondary ones, but of 261, as reported to the Grand Alt is LOST. Taylor and Fillmore are Taylor was a better antUlafery man than country. This idea ,'a thus stated geneVoOs,'botd.aUid |e.l 6tJf.
.1 .. :. wght at all ri".9 be tubrcrvient last since the estab he be finked witViaa a'Sw
let Ausuit batted him in may t
mpl on by 1834
:
i'' .1 f iliary! to the main one. A Society half) elected by large popular majorities,-and a majority Cass, and as to the Vice Presidency there ages"S
:\;:: : specific ol!ject. would bo like an o1'Femplesabotatayearand( conclu a of 30 in the Electoral College-17 more was DO room for doubt and hesitation. The He (his opponent.] seems to ins to
had been three expulsions, the if all domestic It
only question [ tarif] a rf?111 be for the Bomb /
i
I':f V. : without rm idea, writ" alike? to itself. showing that in proportion as brothers than was required for an election. New York CongreJsional rotes of Fillmore and Butler confined lo th protection cf ( ; f site i/T In I\e
.t'" 'V conwminity=1, rrcr r, a burden ; as if t the emplvymenl our own capital trial l shall hare many sock friead
: :-* Temjj'iari, the number of violation saves the Whigs iu 1849 as she d'i4 the De. were on record, and none but a knave could *
t, : VV& the mentally bni ;bied inJiriJu.il! it the labr in the occupations of commerce ant by her as he ,has stood'by her. Ti
0 need the and of .. ) -thris nff>rdin; great security to mocracy in 184 S. In another column will mistake which was the opponent of the South. wers not a* emphatically domestic' .
!' ',V ; f V' sorfwt guidance ions themselves and indeed, we are If other Som other and will. come when she wiJUppf .
V, then is arkeri the ; be found table the vote of the voted for and Fillfffdre, belier. occupation. *
it a showing
What are ohjt They Taylor of the
has debate have
of the
> t'lat the example to Templars a course spoken his efforts in rindlcatlon her
fr\ :: .' which rre as Temjtlars are aiming, and beneficial effect upon those States, from which it will be seen that TAY. ing them to be Wilmot Prorisoists, and their {o every foreign manufactured article rigbt. I
,' :-r* what it fs fn our power to do as m ml : the bu has 163 and CASS 117 and 10 doubful claimed in that Stale given for the encouragement of foreign VFicUtJ. -
"' who hive not joined Temple, I/OR election will bo as free .
:. te be Division ? We. answer, many in the Division only. but which in all human probability will be 5t>triumph. Mark the prediction. Neither prejudice Ihe product tf cf our cur CtNt.own Hut labor is I lot truly every I receipts into Ihe Trcanr/for lbeqaarUretti.)
r.. way. And to arrive at a favorable of the T. of H. it ? Our labor 3 Jth of September !Jut,as near
I The organization originate manufactured oursMve as eta be .
given to CAS3, which will make his vote 127 will this claim be confined to Pennsylvania.The .
: .L; to view rh'rs matter in its prrper 1ig? the City of New York among several breth. and paid the price for it. I i is so much ,wer '
;' fir surmise that there -yO less than l'.tYLUR'S.t.tN BCBEX docs made tho of stack of national ."
-
! V.t;; must t are : Northern Whigs question ., $9oio '
; of the
who felt the force foregoing objec Jo rf
.. ..
':. :' ; sons in our land, who with the best ? and reasons ; they tried: to have it en. not get a solitary electoral vote, though he opposition to the Houtn the" leading question, This seems to us to be the capital V 41OIJO. a

. f .' ,' tion, are rery much averse, both from d on the order by the National Division, may have prevented a choice by the people in and having succeeded in giving their candi. I the whole theory of the New sury oflSl7 notes funded, icloWv oftrfa.
JI3G'mirdJ
J'O':: V 4 ciple and prejud:ce, to secret institutions failed the organization then took place Vermont Massachusetts and ites. think that if Lowell : 01184',
, L is should be ; Maine. So dates 100 of the 163 electoral votes they have They ? 8 Q1
4 :. f1iinla.j4tever good of December ( nroUt,
fl I! : .' anl tjfibyall. Many of this il:.now As etists early in as the June month, 1816, there were, much for the efforts made by whig stumpers received, they have elected them, and thereforecan ton spindles, were blotted from the -101.000 00

I L j ..;; 1oag'.J I JXvision-it being EO subordinate Temples' and three Grand and papers in this State to induce the people and will claim the result as a free soil whole country would be gone- 811 C'K

.t-: V Tesf "1t\lJT: like secrecy, .that ?, difiiised over eight different States 0 to believe that the race was between TAYLOB triumph over the slavery propagandists," as ever; because manufactured goods expenditure darIng tl s sane period -*

a." ;.. .. longentject to become members, : November, 1816, the National Temple was and VAN BruEX. they denominate the supporters of Gen. Cass to bo imported, and the country miscellaneous, (locladinglhe, and amont foreign V
excellent members
; V they aredoing the a d, and on the first of May last, only We are unable to gather the exact majorities in the free and elate Stales. Let Southern drained dry of gold! and! silver. In from the treasury under tha -
: :' mount ofgnodinteadingmanyfrotn
; : and fow month from its first incip. article of the with M.
treaty x* .
fl" '. ,;' V rmrions allurements of }rsfs /: we nrfrrrl,ercdTHSEROR\ by which the States have gone'for.rue( Whigs then shout over their triumph, but their WEBSTER met and exploded1 this $3.371 Jlf V M
.' .V sv place of honor and But respective candidates, but for the informationof These would \ f of the ,
! i' : ecrmty. PLEi, Three hundred subordinate Tern. hallelujahs will asceud mingled with the voicesof importations b paid army 6J67/oo) M
! t;,,: S arrangement as it was first instituted) 1 and twelve thousand members. our readers, we publish the following from 100 electoral votes rejoicing that the Southis agricultural products, and hence he foitiScationt Indian Department, :, 'il

:i"-":'; .(,'" exists; there were fownd to continue be many The zeal with which Teir.iUrs labor for the Savannah Georgian of the 13th instant : down-defeated-bound and trodden u/idcr (the importations,) 1 would 6 tho pensions, 370JW4 192 069, U te
4t' fUmspread: iurpeifections to ,
; ,
the : cause of the Sons Temperance has had ELECTION RI TUR S. foot by the free soil disunionials in Massachu.setts our own labor truly as if we bad navy V tst79orn U
Division its
J .::.?. nr, to original : and salutary influence upon the whole a debt aml:reaanr j nore., JGI, 28
I. .-"i; ,' beauty and universality, and loohmte indeed it has been observed that broth. General TAYLOR is to he our next President New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, tured them ourselves ;" fittf not a of treasury notes, u. .

:;r.# defects, were the objects) in the ',\ who have joined the Temple become more and MILLARD FICLMORE (!) Vice Pres- Rhoda Island! Connecticut, New Jersey, aud cloth would come into the country of thojj funded, _,r-a08,300 00
? .: tho Temple ; which obj) cts let us now ident by Southern votes (!Hl!!!!!!!!J) -
" .* in the cause. One prominent fact Delaware 1 encourage American labor, 1 1,3S3Jft
,
:' consider.; Eighth Southern States have produced the
:I--* lit Vcr lit purpose of enabling the be withheld, two-thirds or more of all result, giving Fillmore s'uty.three: volet out The Rtsufl. body would raise flour and corn, NOTTS ovTvrAjirujrotiN *oau.
: most prominent members of the Divisions $ ,(, 3t.
;. ::. ion (0 do the extended good which its : of 163, including Louisiana. Sufficient Telegraphic accounts have been go abroad to pay for that cloth."

fi" .' tV V den contemplated, and which result t. At Templars the annual session nf the National Di Ohio, which cast her vole in 1830 and received to indicate that the States have votedas true American labor" which ou Robbery- at WaahlasrfaH-- -----. --,...
.:: shown it is of and to reach tho 18-10 for Ha.rMon, and in 1S44 for Thousand
capable Cluy, fostered and Dollars Reward. -A
held in June last a committee xvas ap. follows : by our government, corrw.
J : "::..:. W 14 and citizen well the stands: nobly for the in
poor as as up Democracy 1848, of the
confer with similar committee Baltimore Sun
be done wriea
to a CCBTAIT T CERTAIN CAM.Mas'achusetts by navigation ( as LL
. V tunate inJiriJual it as also Indiana Harrison State in FOR A TLa roa shackling
: was necessary t a 1836 and
the National Temple, on the propriety 12 Maine, 0
with and
fees and dues thnu'd be 1810. merco prohibitory ; V V
:t placed \ Rhode l Island, 4 New 6Connecticut
Hampshire
would
and) remark
direct union, we u
:. V ,' : means of all, and consequently the a more but what Although our extra mail has failed for two G Virginia, 11 but the New England politician sees WASTTWOTOX, iVor. 9-8 A. M.
5e dl ircithcr party desires any thing enabled! Verroonf, G Ohio, 23 city is in a state of great'ezeitcrasat
V ." rin'J're correspondingly small ; nights we are to glean from the terest hanging pendant from the .
tend to the benefit of the order at regular
'.' clearly mail the 36 Indiana, 12 from another cause besides ).
if found also that what would ho f following rCYork po
.. was ''. \f,tit read to the opinion of this : \hani 2n III mob, 9 nies and cotton looms of Lowell, and the National Institute been
;V : : ficiency f,r the support of one ) that all MARYLAMTailor's majority is 3,293- Delaware, 3 Missouri, 7 having rob.
: ; Temple we would elate we out for the exclusive ofthe of the gold and diamond
". Would tf hsmfScicnt for another, will be for the National Di. : Worcester county to hear from, gave Clay 544 Maryland, S Atlanta, 3 protection snoff-box
. ; '. :. 4ift rcnt h reoflire. Many were necessary majority.Micnictx. Krntucky, 12 Alabama, 8 ment in their behalf which : by the Emperor of Russia as well!
:":. V to acknowledge the Temple as a legiti. ; North Carolina, 11 Michigan, diamond necklace, valuable coin, dec.,
induced to -eck other beneficiary which Polk : only be and
, by prohibiting
over
gave Clay given
of T. the
branch of the order of tho S. I Tennessee, 13 Texas,, stolen before
.
; ? ;. and often fell into snares by mixing with engaging on their part to receive 3166 majority, has: gone for Cass by an in- Georgia, 10 Wisconsin, 4 commerce and navigation, of from and so mysteriously
Vt .., wfo- too freely used the intoxicating ; created majority. Cass' majority in Detroithis Florida, 3 South Carolina, 9 Baltimore.
." but members of Divisions in good stand. great injury of all our agricultural
r icL- members 1 J home is stated Louisiana, 0 made a general this time,
Ir< -, .nd art rery properly, can on ( ) at 200. sweep
.- time Oiiio New Jer er. ,. 117 i We therefore see that it is utterly off property valued at O.OO"; A
Division
: I long to one at a -Forty-nine counties hoard from, in :
\v. II. RON'DEAU
: : -, :. higher branch of the Order was found ) which Cass has gained thirteen thousand over DpCBTTPt.Mississippi to protect the one interest witluut of 31000 is offered for j>e recovery of
O. M. WOZENCRAFT, > Committee $G3 C "
tiA.t ..., I ile to remedy the above dd ct. JOSHUA K. Gf I' ) the vote for Governor, which elected Ford Iowa, 4 ing the other, and hence said Mr. \ articles.

....: 2. In the Division: from the reason ottC Orleans, Is!. September, 1848. (Whig) by 350 majority. (Cass majority in :- No Loan Wanted.
: .' ] that aversion to secret ) about 10,000.) 10 24We
r assigned
: (
t'
:. arc asked what nations have Washington. Union. scout tin rmr.,....
:, V V q all signs bf recognition are excluded Truth Made Clrar. INDIANA-Cass has gained in twenty.nine There Is probably no choice In Massachu.setts eminent prosperity without encouraging --- ------ ---

-! 2 .!. k is impossible for one member uf the During the late canvass we hue been counties 232 on Polk's majority (in 1844)) of and Maine, but the Legislatures of those ture ? I mar ask what nation ever that the United Btate.1'na.

:' V. ,, Ton to make himself known to another, in our efforts to show that General 2,314 over Clay. Majority from C to 10000. States will cast their rot as stated in the ta. prosperity without fostering foreign an immediate loan of$30,000CCO,
V tinp by i\11; lIMe word thereby lLu-tolS-Ta"Jor has gained in 'gard these interests a closely connected, Mr. WALKER would desert Jail
if
.: V A was opposed at the North because he thirty-seven ble. opinion that it should our aim to c3t> post
:.. :. Brethren'Si to be defrauded by there regarded as the friend of the South ; counties 6,000 over ihe vote of 18-14, when _ _ flourish together. b has been intimated. It says:

: ;.:: .. pled'persons ; for though, for well Gen. Taylor sustained because he was : Mr. Polk had 12,849 majority over Clay. I Sir' said an i ultra whig" a day or two These just and American views idea of Mr.WAtxrl dWrin.a,loan ha

4. reasons, they could nol gain admission as pledged not to interfere by his TENNESSEE-Taylor's gain in twenty-one election of Old Zac is no whig" held by WEBSTER in 1824 but and when nearly! .one-half the loan of
V Division, they might impose counties 1,800 1817. la they to be received and when .
upon with the action of Congress on the sub over 1844 Clay's especially lb
r victory after all. It is a whig and democratic laid aside, and ho for duties for the first
: Kretfircn. To obviate this defect, the JOmeI'i The votes have majority 113.KF.NTL'CaYTaylor. argues as though quarter of the fis
Slavery. they
has instituted certain of : respee. has triumph." which is (as published officially,) exceeds nine mil.!
signs ed
. V .. I received, conclusively provo the truth" gai considera.bly was one vast engine, to dollar.wing at Ib. rala A! upward oOKir-
VV grips &e., by which brethren can make position. In New York,-Democratic over Crittenden's vote for Governor. "Ah! how so ? every other interest in the country, 13,009."A llions of dollars a year from rnrtoms alone

r,, ". .' Reive* Ur ovn fo earn other, enabling York, the Barnburners, Democrats dis. VIBKIMI-Eighty counties give Taylor again Because the whigs have never been ableto the government fail to direct all its to be most preposterous."

V V ,. flnd friends- among strangers ; in all of with their party because it opposed of more than 3,000 on Polk's role, whose succeed without the aid of democratic Old of
in keening the track clear laws Way WrUJug-
: : ': ". tie Temple is not taking away, but Wilmot proviso, by thousands have united majority in 15.14'u :,893. Forty,nine I by. .
"'" :. '' the strength of the Division. tho Whigs, and have given the vote of counties to hear from.PENN5YLVANZThe. rotes. prohibitory, the "country will bo are many curious things about a

: : '.: .' 3. To cement more closely than powerful Stale to Taylor and Fillmore. Wilmot! Proviso men Exactly ; and remember also that the whether the people are office, and among them U a little

i:" t' .V done in Divisions, the bonds of Union that State, its Whiff presses being judges, have rushed to the polls for Taylor, depriving whig party has never been able to succeed not." We gain suggest to our called space, which is wed
k:l'; .: ties of Brotherhood. It is well Can of 26 voles which would have
;; Free.soil party baa triumphed. securedhis twice in succession. You have been but that it publish the other new taken purpose of separating words. The an-
:.:'"V Bare and friendship grow stronger by Look too at Penn lv.inia. It is Demo- election.
) three times in sinco the foundation of of
power WEBSTER of the that its readers writing, an exchange
says
pa
:: ;.. ned and exercise and Wilmot's which
Li: use proper ; to the c' :.-' oftener bretfiereti meet together the I with Abolitionism and Free-soiliem. jorityover Clay and Birney, (Abo.) rolls out this Government. Once under old John with what ability can argue both 'to omit the space, thus :

V r ', :2; I become attached ; U is a well known masses of the Democratic party have ad- 1,250 majority for Taylor, because believed Adams, whose federalism afterwards render. question. t ofoorCriendnrtloublrdi nronsci rtttecmao-'

: .': *.:. which conies Home to Inc heart of \( d to their candidates, but the Barnburners to be a CCrWiljijot Proviso_ Q man. ed him and his party odious, and then the ndebtednesstothisofficevreshallofmcat their relief. h pp>

," '.t, that they who arc members of tho them, more hostile to slavery than The Whigs claim a majority of 15,000 in people, after enduring his policy four years, OLD BERKS.-Berks County in P ike'd

.'i'S t v:: 'ety feel more interest for each other to their principles have rallied around Pennsylvania. quietly laid him on the shelf for Jefferson, the nia rolls up a majority for Cass over
':'It. tuoM' who are not members ; and) NORTU CAROLINA She is her
\ standard: which they bt'licvedVoulJ most joined to VOTES. From the
or followlpg
and Van Burcn of 4700. In
*
t of and father ofdernoc-
> Apostle Liberty,
"" those who are members of two or more I !) carry cut their auti-slavery views. idols. Let her cling to them. Forty.two I great
I "t)Y.,'v! eties,find" frrrsistiUy the force of their t the Freesoilictory in Democratic counties give a Whig gain of 4,500. :, cracy. You tried again in 1801 to run Ad. gave a Democratic majority of 4204. the popular rote for President sine

.1.1;; ..q' meet strengthened I f and here i iris found I ) The votes in other States il. WISCONSIN V new star in the. constellation ams in, bu5 failed. You were then comparatively majority in 1844 over Clay and little idea may be obtained of the

l .o to a rery great degree, where wuli equal force the same position. bright for the Democracy. dead, though you kicked hard against 4641.f The democracy of old Berks of our country in population :-

V! ? Have tho additional adiautago of '? l.' ioll. MAINE-In 1844 she repudiated Clay and Madison during the war of 1812, lut it was as steel ; and in the name of their ". Voter
.Sti; {J to prove their fiatcrnity.4h. Birney. In 1848,she will not bow to Tayloror : 1,162,419
.. % :% In the Divisions many wr h Interesting Rl'1."lini, 'tHl'C.-The G ermln. Van Bur n. no use. You rallied next round the 'second Florida we return them thanks for 1,2 2:2mr;

. bonors of office uho-aro by nature or 'lYU' rujd, speaking of the sales of the NEW 11A I'.mnu-Firm as her granite Adams the last Adams,' as Mr. Choalo calls lant stand they made in behalf of 0 1,501,293-.

;';$-: .i's lion unqualified : this In them is a : of the late General Scheetz, of Mont. hills in 1844. She is firm in 1848. him, : 'by bargain aud intrigue, you- made standard bearers-CASS and IkTLEU.Berks 2,402,658 *

'i:; t.:, desire, they naturally wish s/ie- being county, says, the property was the MA8SACJtL1sETr-Probahly no choice. John Quincy Adams President, though he re. wo believe is the home of 2,702,549
k; months ort years iu the Divisionto-bate Quarters and Camp Ground of General Taylor (so far) has 56,850 votes. Cans has JAMES BUCUANAN ) the role will exceed 3,000,000
the able
iitS;: : :I marks of distinction ; this they cannot ton'a army, for some time previous 33,326. Van Buren 36,475. About 13,000 ceivcd but 84- electoral rotes while Jackson present
;.iI.< without passing through the chair, we and after the battle of Germantown. In voters to be heard from. had 00. Then in '28 you tried again to ry of State in Mr. Polk's Cabinet. OFFICIAL

r .,.: .nee that the majority must be rmiision-house sat the Court Martial that The Whig legislature will decide in favorof choko Adams down the throats of the people, TREASURY V
The Whigs have elected' 33 out pjtrAmnrr.Nor. ,
. (: many aspire to these bojjors who fed 1 d Gen. Stevens, for misconduct at the bat. the Taylor electoral tickel. and by the aid of Clay's. tears over the danger
. if selves unqualified, nor care to of Germantown, having been fir,t con. ALABAMA-Georgia's daughter, but so un. Congressmen in New York, which 7, 1848.
.' I.' :lit.. duties, and only wish for their terms of at another place, but afterward removed dutiful as to repudiate her example. May she electing mere military men, you expected of 10. The lone slar" is Preston the official report now before me,

:..ri- .VSs; S to expire that they may wearits honors. i it.t this house to accommodate Gen. M'Dou. never be otherwise. She has been so far in. to succeed, but the people disappointed you by free soil Van Buren domocrat. Our forth the condition oftbe Treasury'

,; Temple obviates this difficulty, by a member of the court, who was sick fected with fXTFillmorism.avto) cause the giving Jackson 178 of the 261 rotes.' You gret is that he is not a Whig. amount of money required by it du
.5 1 degrees those who have shown fever have been Whigs to failed present month Noremberaod De.'
; nervous supposed to crow some. Polk's majority was again in 32 and 36, but in 1840, with
c"!" L and fidelity to tb {cause. All! may by the excitement of the trial. On 11,4102. I aid democratic also elected the Governor, ensuing, it is evident that the mesas

. -1' degrees u few cn'y can be elected to ground, also, was drawn up too American : LOUISIANA -Probably for Taylor. Polk' the th iron-hearted rotes, you run down ernor., and carried both branches of t will be ample to liquidate

-.1. j And it has been found, be a very rare in order of battle, to receive the British majority was but 699. democracy with Tippecanoe ulature by larger majorities. It is against it up to the 1st January

:;:.: ,. :" for a dtgree Templar to be guilty of Gen. Howe, in their meditated attack In New York and Tyler too/. aily a "clean sweep !" calling in before that date aay
: t. .] tHe pledge We will Itate that not a Washington afthis point ; but the Brit Taylor' majority will be Aye," retorted the whig- payments on account of the loan of

i i instance i wubmlhe knowledge oClhe General was foiled in consequence of in. from from 8 to 20,000. '*\fith Tip and Tyler HORACE GREELY, t able editor ; and desiring faro the Gorernrrent

#.h: mittee. having been given'to Washington From Missouri, Mississippi, Arkansas,Texas We burst Van'i biler." Tribune, has been elected to nso of all unnecessary interest no

l'. ::''! 5th. Tbe stability and perpelliity a lady of Philadelphia who had'tbo sight and Iowa, few returns hare been receired I Very true-but the 6th District of New York, to ( given to all the goCMssfu), bid
: Order demand it. And vt'a conceive overheard the British Officer, I With that loan, by whom balance;
occupy- Taylor has gained largely In Illinois, but Tyler ilone in the Con .. His I any
t.VTIMq.tA. : fiance- at'our previous objections and her father'sbouso.planniag the surprise You burst jour own cancy present ret that they are'permitted to postpono*
,:, J ings will at once show that they all capture of our army at Whitemarsh. On not enough to carry the State. So now look out-you've got in again 4 by over all others is 1227. BROOKS, er. payment until the first January''

..};t1b1t: very great tendency lo effect this o"ji woodland iV still to be seen, in regular Rhode Island is carried by Taylor by about the aid of democratic rotes,' yourself being the Extl is elected for the next AIIbidden desirous of availing them-

*1tt1l When a brother can obtain increased: the camp.ftre places ; and General 3000, and Connecticut by 3,262 ove'r Cas*. judge, and if don't skinned (from sttmo District. Majority the benefit of this notice will pU .'
;: I'x tage- both in & 1 e"1Iniary'and'aocilil frequently pointed out to visitors the New Jersey has also for Taylor by a you keep your eyes t. department on or bcfofff the:Ifc*
i i&4 r new, by going to another branch oft the on which Gen. Wayuo had drawn up his considerable gone you'll be, if not Tylerized, at least Tay. others 674, next,

rder. be will surely do so, rather than at the time of the expected attack majority lorized!" R. JT. WALKEDSecretary :

_: to other Societies whose practice, ( Brili forbidding his men to erect By our next issue, we shall know the pro. The whig mizzled, faintly humming- Van Buren beat in Mown Cabbage of tho T reasury.

:t t"Ji' tfaeir precepts may be)' is different breastwork bul to meet and beat the en. I cise majority in nearly all the States. I I We're (for Fillmore AND for Taylor, -The rote in Kinderhook .the

, t,' .wn. This. will tend to strengthen- face to face. The honest AND the true !1" the traitor Van Burcn, gave a .-It is said ibatin i 180.-.rcot.

f: posite courte to- cuken; the Institution. at the Contrast.-Great Britain with GEORGIA.-In 75 Counties, Taylor's ma. I Taylor over Van Buren of about 20. best estimate that can be 0".'

';. ..iythen that oar paramount object is boasted pbilanthpy, religion and refine jority is 2,468. In the remaining 18 Conn I SMITH O'BRIEN.-This unfortunate Irish As an offset to this ingratitude, were in existence only about 4,000-'
: tkolUli and per{ etualo the order of the .ties patriot, recently sentenced to and of ihe more'
it sentences a high minded and exalted there was a democratic majority of7 at i b hung Varftrcsl the residence of Daniel Webster, Bible. NowthenJ
ri': ef Temperance. ( to be hung, drawn & quartered, for lor. the election in O tober. Should these has had his barbarous sentence In 1804'the Bible Bad ofl.-
It'oj... 1st. By giving Incrl"ued'ad1i t ltb coun. a majority of 50 over Taylor and in
bit country too well. France, the infidel ties increase ia proportion to die others changed to transportation for'life.. publisHed In 46 or laoguagM ;
Brethren who-desire ibein, to obtain Tay.
' i as she is sneeringly called by sanctim existed in 136. In 184 it waa ac.
4' .;:'? Heaefits than' they omld from1 tke hypocrites tends hundreds of those for's majority will be not far from 3000 in the I is related ofbim dil urngte'progel la&\Americanism. in languages spoken b1200,ooo.OOO.

,( thprel/y7>reTenrfrg the accessrty of ibeir made war upon the governmentas emi I State. It was tho Whig turn to carry Geor. of his trial, a genlle an'appJed The organ of the Native American In 1817,.It existed In tongues spoken

;.% r"l" Log them amongst these who do not to Algeria' I gia, any how, and handsomely have they done autograph, when he handed to him the follow. in] Pennsylvania the Philadelphia During tho Usty*ar,1,41 .
; : itc principle vr Total Abstinence.. lines, betolccning no rejoiced in anticipation of Taylor's were issued by the British and
2d. 'B' enabling brothers to feel of Railroad Companiett-A'wid il. Polk's majority in ,1844 was 2,049 ing drooping-or faltering
V .1 of aitnan who was killed some time since, Town's '184t oa part : .Hotf proud'he'poition we tVrtad BiWe8ocktiesalone-400,000m0m
VS ,*JWy their fraternal relation! by being' majority in 1289 ;\ d democratic th orO'BmI "
howhi OT5.flJZttJUfl! ,while before 1045.
party our Jet any year .except {lf
Buffalo and
Railroad in > .Whether the _
Niagara i '
gallows
,; 'torecognize In M con. high,
;_!;JJ a..traagMt & brother majority last October for Congressmen, 257.. 1 fancy, been felt Upon the "itit of ttfe '
Or in the
-of the ,
off the track has nn '
cars running
$1f'Dd/ batle'
: .We shall' hr* to tee oW Z dC ndin j i tS(report of
. The fittest Man to die'
'i': .V .",. Dy emestLngtbete.ofrrateruiy/ ined a verdict .r( $4000 ia a suit against NEW Yowc CITYTailor's majority in -where pa fo*for Win. White: Hottomtfd Whieyon the fort Secret rVil: ntttfd'fa> the recent,
and wilt ape"IM
faflJ', ; rIos) "3j, and, strengtb'ening lh- Bonds cO'1) anT.' the City of New York, om all.others, U 4601. "WILLIAM SITH0KIE'." fiat bee* by JVo/iee ltto o/1M"/ ; of the Gragd: Lefa :eft!* United
Union, girlng more force In our precepts Sons of Teatpenmcc.-The Ma. dt ,ntta1 the'rear' ending:June'30, 1843
.J"JJ'' 4. -' rxample, and rendering them mere end Journal'of the 18th'says : "The Grand :The vote slants for Taltar ,e61, Cass 10,. FOfC JrL"UA.--he new G.rr ofCalifornia The Morn Temple; t Xmll9irkatlin iDfacir11 appearf'

%h:1:::ia to our brethren. of Georgia met itt bit cily on Wed. 062, Van Bbr n 5,099, GemrtSmith (Na. ; Gem RstrojrF. SJT; is soon The remain of thu .splendid rerired good{earntst from iu ('.,

That tbe JT mj V>ie Bjanch Is iho 1 lib'inst., Joseph Felt., S&van- Ion al Reform105. Taylor ayes Can, 9}. to take departure from>Ntw,Yorkor his folly hare been along conditfoo.",ffiinola Ifu inow49

.-f'. :, 'Jft'eapeD, aod'oet e Aelle, the G. \V. P., presiding. Between fJSy and 805. Polk's majority 1844. ,r Clay l and new. home. He is,to J accompanied' the other prble l at LOdge; an'Increase of 14 ***
f. .f&eta will think in attendance. foro -
l'1 1 Utesent we Representative were
; propry has had 823 ialtiaUona, qutabf
Birney, was 1894. The total' rote of tho city gallant Capt. TOBIX, famous for ,
: re-erect
that the
i s4 ta1v.i rljTiboir..fotMxan reports oflha several .hlu.ot a mpany"wo lat Granda"and 17>0 conlribt n>env' V
was then 54,798. It I U now fall.ng from "
::1l ,4 I become Templars unless exhibit the order in a very tealihr 1 a' I a Knapsack. regiment U. S. pIe as soon asarrangemelits can be ,$15OL 81EI ed.in'

cfHVmprance U good standing.' *." off of 1865 rote since 1844., I,II I Dragoon ]also t to-acomp.nJ the Governor.' .the P a.Tbe price paid waa "l *8O'V <. '


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ate. T'ork yeslartafgftnce \ J'Mf 1'J _. sndnjitntbern I tkeeeee.it7' of a Slate
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: tint tbft' VenRt* aa / '9nedetermined from a nt. r Medical SnaKj" Coaviacetf, bei*. of Iheimpcrol I Iwouid

hi fiVor Taylor tod. Immo .- -i he j 1 '. 1t..i"litUli at the j>rr en| moment : ,
!nblDilied atintelligeoce :tIvinga1tra t. r
c.1aaia cbtatta *iZI be (fou&d a )"11a..ofl The diameter of the serpent was about Uor < t.: &! oab : i. ttGct trekstrths.rofe ';:tCl;..1
I.V received IhHa tW kreral 16 locbel l, hnd! the' bead wLicb : ; a _'; m t.:r1. Issprovemshtid the healing art- }.u'.rrtHfrd; as'
was., '
.I.laleurr : BATJMOKK. NOT. d, 1848. 1 we ate Ijmi(rauttecc**to Urge Jibrarif'I"ancI i intrro
without any doubt, that oft snake,rnd never, and,vd'befc lrlsd $ to d and practical wen of kfgL
The America hat arrived at New York-: notify thmS ,mme with |earn< uJ ? I
'jw\aJet r a.pte Ihl Il rcsilU *ati be con. during the twenty Minutes that it continoej I I fur that standing the prolefeioft. we ire called'bpon Iron
office
vend Ibe filloing abstract of her Intelligence this ulpcriplldbetc., fIat '
I you .. .
p conviction rthul fatten Itself ;in light bf our glasses below the. high eonslJeranotr* of twpwsibUity to in exertion
lip.'hlttJligt.t.1Id was surfnc
.,. I bo which Las & been reccired !. all times prepared to give receipts fur money
ju iion
e Unprejudiced mud of the : its color dark brown qtel.egraph. I to fre>ih*pf"fusion treat the ap cut H
llr. a with
1iery duV. We a re1notIn, i too habit dunning our upon it by Charlatans and 11Ipft'6ci.rlM-
&a&tIlbl Is triumph rflU frWtoil partj.- yellowish while about the throat. It bad no GREAT BRITAIN.The patrons through our columns, as they very While"it, i il acknowledged that European tj F-

Wig5 of t North thd West upon theVILGThYdG.d fins but .something the mane of a horse, well know, but pro earnestly invoke a speedyettlementofact ciani do ttlrpaM' in classical edtsrtriMfaitd in van.clT .
I e Taylor' public and prime or rather a bunco of tea weed washed about British Government Lave remitted the and inducement ,depth, and extent of erudition j ttany of tit-yet
the well-known sentiments its back. It the sentence ofdealh on O' ricn. Mea">her, Me- ..) as an lip acuteness of penetration'piornptneM of medial -
was seen by
Jrel1fIt C & quartermaster: Manus and for to IbOle.hnrre? t'toGo 10,we o&r to-receipt rswirce in the ue of meant that are accurately .
I O'Donogliuc I spoliation
tt&;lmliiff to be'the trlufreeo7pi7Y' the boatswain's mate and the mm at the J ran from of the diseases
it end in ttiefrerftowot
Friltw* l.fc. subccriptibn hills the advance price, adapted 10 the .
J fMr. : Tbe condition of the of Ireland /1
people Spsertl tttdILIs
ve tr mphed solely! upontbl ha. wheel, in addition to myself and officers a- jhis date until tbe first-day of January next, of our limalf'. w' are perhaps not drfierenf a, ,.. i61r'riftt.r
is most from the almost entire fail- ?1N4elter, flhI'ui4'tf1
deplorable is the incentive -
baa been the \battlefield l bore mentioned. Necessity l strongest .
many fuppnte.
insist .
obail demand )
which time and
after JI
ore flf the Potato Them hare been we and in all its tendencies is f original and nrw dtmtsfiIeb1iiuu '
That crop.. 1.1 exertion
the cotttert. State I .
:ida Ia 4eCK4 I am having drawing of the serpent made, large arrivals Breadstuff however t id upon our terms In wit :-$3 in'ad.nce ; inventive. A large proportion of thoSe who toil in ing,fwrgutgttitJttnhif vr 4eUKttif tittfttltuk .
i been w finn and J consistent' 'B its upportwfDeinocratic from! a sketch taken immediately afier it was ihe *, sup. 83.50 if paid within IiI months ; and 91 at I the profession among us, are M situated ss to command T HE great: beotVarid superiority of this Sam: I

II princip'etht! it hat been Dpt.cklOmiDaJe seen, which I hope to have ready for transmission ply deficiency. the end of the year, for all subscript'ons; past few of the ordinary adysntagesenjoyed in large parijla overall other medicine. i if. thai wkiU

the keystone in the arch of i to' my Lord's Commissioners 0f the FRANCEThe due.r e trust our friends will avail themselves and populous cities, ky life prof"tion..rtd they art' it eradicates the disease it i titltatn.lbf'( fety. It. 1
ly nul there as Well l ** throughout Admiralty by to morrow's news from Paris is of a most depressing hence driven mainly upon| their o"n r<,oarees. Our is one of ihe my best Spring! and SummetseUdfseJ
post.I of this liberal us from the
tfcr1. ofTcr.'and save mind not enfeebled by an undue reverence for authority ever known j it not only pbrifies the wkble ijvtrtil
character.
''L."DUre nDb rt-holding BlatesGen.< Cau have &c., Curaignac's new Ministry necessity of resorting to other methods of col. of xyslem' we aide I hope; open to be recerj and flrcngtheni perSo'tJ'ut it creajel; eew. perd
4 lid lo bear f f c IKjiwra rewiring I from hisroles PETER M'QUHAE, Captain. have met with a most decisive dcl'ent l in I be i lecling our hard earned dues. lion of new imprc' Jion. and eliciting new lights. n sail rich blood; a power n'n.ieifed by no ether tD d-- .

Lu the Wilmot Proviso and Lit Chamber, the majority against them on an -- -_. is important that tve watch interrogate and serwtU icine. And in this lie*"the grind tccfe! of Its wnrderfut }- ,.
against sustain, in behalf the South the From the Charlttton MtreuryVr Jl.niccttoti amendment to the Army bill being 523.- nile n_tore,as exhibited in tb*morbid state. Thus I sacccn. It baa prf..>rmrd within the ta"l twP .
ledges to 1 $1w GOODS.OEORCJE did Hippocra'ef. yilenhamand olher,,"hose names years, more Ihan'SO.OOO cntef"of irrrre tasewof
Returns.
ofIbLCOnstitution. The discussion in the the
r His friend. Assembly on s rcr- ,
oeJIpromiltl arc i minor!alizrd on the page of medical hi'tory.- disease; at J lea,l 9.QOO we d foniylrfed factorable: ,
\. G1' the Soulb bas arrayed against him ul clauses of ihe Constitution has terminated. 5lEGINNISS As medicine principally consist; in the knowledge II has saved !be nfct'bT rnSro than ff.OOO rhildrer]'.

POlll) the entire Wbig party, but those free NORTH CAROLINA.The and a decree has been issued for the electionof received a small ortrocnt of *M.onabl' of facts profjrewifely accumulated. it r"ultt. that the past season in the city of New Task sltMe.--.. ...

!J democrats vbp: sustained Taylor and Fill. Evening News has the following ; a President of ihe Republic lo take placeon HAS which be offers for ale at reduced prices our endeavors on;ht to be Diligently. and inc uanl1) More than of Chr""i i

confident belief that under theirSauiatration 1& But little is jet known of the result of the the 10th of December. This was votedin viz : directed lo this object.Let 3,000 cases rit RLetaitmj$ "
u in the us, therefore, unite our best efforts and endeavors 2.OJQ cue' : btsptp'la 1 t
slavery would not be extended Presidential election in this Slate : Returns the Assembly by a majority of 333. Lam. Nankin Kcr evs Cotton and Blankets to introduce into the study and Osnabarp
its present limits. Hence the defeat hue only been received from the counties of arline has declined to be considered as a can Georgia Cotton Yarn and 0naburgt, .i thai hi;h and refine4 derier of reason and phi- 7f. ) case of the different Female! ompbiot.i' ,

kyod and hence the triumph of Taylor Wake, Cumberland and Robeson in which didate. Gloghpcja: and'CaliC'oes. Irnophy, without which ii i il' so far from affording 2tYJOa7cof Scrofola '.
tlGe. Csss useful aidthat it become reality a public scourge: l,X) caPeS of Liver Corirlainf.{ : ,
the Whigs have gained on the Governor'svote GERMANY.The Ca.Timrr<> and MouJin de Lames, in j,, ,
bd Fi11 1ore. Every member of society is interested in the high 2..-1 cailes of Disease* ((he kid tj 1
If under these circumstances, Southern tand from Northampton, in which the Diet Vienna still hold out, and man. Carpeting, Casjicners.ALSO-&c. standing of our profession,'lor every person has health 2.rocasesof the Gratel ; 1S :3-. I

jfiip; can rejoice over their triumph, let Democrats hate gained. Test a spirit of the most determined resistance, Bonnets Hits Cap Shoei, "". either to preserve or to regain. 1,000 cases of the Yellow1j,00cuesoflhePropt'y Jaondic" f rl .

rejoice. If however, we do not .grpgigafr 6 Berry (Democrat) has been elected to the and the people, with great unanimity havo I A neat article of Kinder, The uncertainty and even inutility of medicine ij ; '.i ..

them] mistake the signs of the times, the days Senate from Orange county, and the Legisla. determined to defend the city to the last exremily. Porter** 4>atrnt Flu,d Lamps Hardware ani Fluid,, Crock. among favoritecant incurable amsug patienrl.men Ind,vl.oenj'jyrobast aSon& I that portion health ol' And 8,0 I lhn'X) gases Mand of of the c_Iesnrdisea..esofaclor4thI Consbmplloo; ( 1/1. '
assortment \Ybodware,
rtjoicingt"iH| soon be turned to days ture is lied in both branches. : The peasantry from the surround An our fraternity who avail themselves of It 's a itbeltfiI Ulcer*. Crjsipejai,_ Salt llheum, Piiqclci t a" thd

mourning, | TENNESSEE.We ing country are flocking into the cily to aid ery November, kc. IS 1S4S. 19 With all its imperfection* and uncertaintY medicine Aether stub nuSero-o. ta-c tit Sick Ileaa artei Pairf
next the Whigs ofihc non- learn from Nashville in its defence. The Hungarians,to the number '
At tie Congres that the Taylor NEW GOODS. ran still justly claim a body of principles and doctrines in Ihe Side and CbrtSpfnaI Affect M.U.-1te. 1
iltve-bolding' Stsjtes to a roan trill vote for majority in Tennessee will be from fivo to of G.>,000, advanced into Austria, but owing eminently entitled confidence. If we could This U the most sacceMffcl l medicine L,, tn id .

the Tflmot Proisi'.el democrat from eight thousand. to the desertion of(two of their regiments I. received by recent arrival our fall tup- lIJrpn it to b* otherwise and-believe il incapable discajc of the ftidnej and Drop,7zi44lsIcais'ni

Ihe lime States i maddened by' their late de. KENTUCKY. of Hussars to I'rince Windischratz, the Impe. HAVING cur stock of good is very complete, and i of be'mg reduced lo rule and principles it would l be of Ihe Lrmarj Organs. Sterl IhouVa. !r1aU ..

Teat and the desertion} by the South of the can. rial General, they lapidly retreated into their I embraces every article usually needed bj Ihe planter unlike all other art; those who practice it would been reported as cured wurh all other re ibbsv"- ,
counties in have degenerate into herd of visionanc'iTnpirif and failed. ,
been
to protect her-and for whom Thirty Kentucky OWI1 courJlr0 engagement has yet taken (armer,or mechanic.It a Hundreds of of Fits and Nervous t3essei' .
pledged and frfIrred eases
didates article impostor, and i instead of Wing protected -
heard from and is consist in part of the following :
iDe!bare hitherto perilled their political ex Tajlor's nnjority greater 'laee between the contending forces. Gardm and field Seeds, they ought not even to be tolerated by a wise oruinatinit in DoCility have been eatirely cqrPd.J

istence,with also vote for the Prov-so.: Doug. than Crittenden's fur Governor. There were serious disturbances in Berliu Iron and Sleel.*!! sizes; Cut and Wrought Neil government H it were possible, therefore, Jo set Iho<:
Us Bright and Hannegtn and others, Western MAINE.I on the ICth October, which were accompanied da. ; Plough, Hoes Axes.Spades, and Shovels,Sugar medicine aside M a science and an art, would till ComrJiict. tAUtIOt ''

who heretofore have stood Portland 1542 Pun 1283 with considerable loss of life. The Kettles, aborted sizes; Dippers and Skimmers be impossible to suppxe- the instinctive feelings of .
Senators by gives Taylor ; ; Tin Ware assortment, mankind. and of cooeqiicnce a much greater number (KJ-:: Loo\ out for hitnt, .-Uoprioeipled perJ
;' ti!, will now, {and who can blame them 7) Van Buren 200. This State will in all probability Iving refused to accept the resignation of hUministers. Carpenters, a good IHacksmilhs, Coopers. and Masons of victim would be sacrificed to the pretension sorts have copied our labels and put up medicine i J t

f desert us. They will take pleasure in fore cast its electoral vote for Cass. ; ooN, \! nkM!, Plaids Kerseys, Osnaburgj: i.f., ,,1 i ignorance ard cupidity. Permit me lo say in the same shaped bottles. See that each Bottle hal .'
I has been tbe conclusion the ,landrJ of hepe is planted on the the 'Hiller. signature or S. P. TOWNSEND.N. .
the Vice President the casting vote Spain : tranquilized by return Shoes, Hoots, and Sddler !
peo VERMONT. Ihe first B. Persons uiring for IbiJ mejiclne/hnalu
ng
Hat and Readv-made Clothing citadel of death-let o then, as a body nn |
I la'tne Senate and in presenting the bill to Seventeen towns give Taylor 3811 ; Cass of Gcu.an.aez to power.A Wood, Caps and Hollow Ware Sc. ic. &c., which wecflV flnd"y in January nest, in the City of TalUhajx e. not be induced lo take aay other. Drbggwlf.pfet op

ihe President for his approval or veto. Gen. and at prices to iuit assemble and unite in orl\ izir.g.ia order ti cOlin SaniparUlaa,and,of cocrse prefer telUnf t Ihejr owe| '
for sale customarY terms
1155 ; Van Buren, 1251. To this resultour New Class Thicccs.A New York r oo \i
of the .f death. other Jiaje thai rut up in small buttles!
will then be compelled to act. Will the time McXAUGIlT & ORMOND. 'leract ravages purchased ;
TaI correspondent appends the words No paper tells a story to the following effect : November 13 1S48. IS DAVID L. WhITE Sen. and beousc the) taakereater profit recommend '
His word his honor Newport, ,
I titveto lie cannot. ,
choice." them do not be deceived t by for :
SnydirKjaire
Quite an unpleasant: feeling was excited a. Quincy November IS. Ibl9. IS 41 : JDTownsend's / iI
it. he however, be inclined to and lake other. '
forbid Should nn ?
MASSACHUSETTS. mong the barkeepers of one of (Ihe i>ubic] Oapfging, Hope, and Salt. I
veto it can onlnbc on the ground that Con. Gunny Cloth. Principal Office 12G Fulton ,.Sun .folding, N:
t has nocon'itutional powerto legislate on Hampden gives Taylor 3302 ; Cass 3000 ; houses in Ann street on Wednesday night,, inconsequence F) ECEIV:I>ycr Brig Ocilla and,other vessels, SMALL EXTRA Y.. 10-3 South Pearl street, Albany and for sale ball !
supply. HEAVYdaily exfcecied. -
vest of the sudden disappearance of Lv 200 piece* Baling., A the principal Dnicgits and Merchants generally ,,
Van Buren 1700. Franklin lor sale
But here he is met gives Taj fur by
the subject 200 coils United West and the
of'laTery. Rope the States Indie
throughout ,
two bills of 85 each, which had, but a short McNAUGHT A. ORMOND. .
lk
2000. Suffulk,3100.orf 4740 Cass "
"thc unanlu. argument* aslhey arc ; Gf(>'J sacks Liverpool Salt for sale by Canada 7-T '
by
time before been in the drawer the November 15, 1913. 19 e
2532 Van Buren 3502. In this State thereis placed by JOHN DF.NHAM. Newport valoaoled rnedicioJ
termed of Stephens and Toombs, and other A fresh wppiy i>f the hoe .
of election the landlord. The bills had moil mysteriously Newport, November 19. 194S. 18 reccired and fur sale who'rsale and retail by {
just
Southern Whigs, (who have: closed this door a possibility no by people. Florid Royal Arch Chapter, So. 1.A 1.
disappeared, and those who had access to the EDWARD BARNARD. :
I of escape,) pro*'fog that Congress has the con. RHODE ISLAND. dlawer knew of no other conclusion their em. Salt. REGULAR MEETING of Fl- rida Royal Arch D. LA DP,.Newport:

,.' dilution! right to legislate on the subject of Providence, Washington and Kent Coun. Iojer could come to than that the money bad A LARGE supply of Turks Island and Ground Hall Chapter.in this city No., on 1 till Monday b: evening held at next the Masonic at 7 o'- NovemberllISlq. 17 __ $m ..'__ f

very. ties give large majorities to the Tailor electoral Alum SALT.and a small lot of ROCK SALT -- -
been taken by one of them. They.diligently clock. Punctual attendance is required. order Leon County I
But it may be said that the whigs will adopt ticket, and large Whig gains. searched every place where they (bought it for stock,lor sale by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. of the H. P.: J. B. TAYLOR,"Sec. TAX 'S.\t '
COLLECTpR'3
the Missouri This cannot
compromise. November J IS.IS.tCJ. 19
CONNECTICUT.Hartford might be but with no success. Again November 18, 1S4S. ISBagging
pcssibly -
i le done without the aid Northern Demo. Newport. 0 Y VIRTUE of Ihe power veiled" ia me bj law I

crais. Had Cass been elected, this measure gives Taylor C004 ; Cass, 5317. looking in the drawer, a small piece of a and Bale Rope. 3 Months Ea'tr? Pay, 13 have levied pan; and shall expose for sale,before : j
Whig gain, 179. Tailor is sweeping the bank bill was seen to fall from tbe counter, the Court House door, in the city' of Taltaha*! .
would hare received their sanction. But of KE.'TUCKYGGING and TO THE VOLUNTEERS OF FLORIDA. MON DA f FEBRUARY ,
over the place from which the had FRCSH supply see. on the SECOND [ IN
will! !y not defeat it now, if for no otberpurpose State. been careful observation money be. A BALE ROPE. daily expected hy Schr. Talla T H E undersigned has arrived at Tallahassee for NEXT, (IS''O,) the following described ptoperly.or
taken. A
than to show the South where Mil. NEW YORK. more I hassee. McNAUGHT & ORMOND. the purpose of paying the three month Extra so much thereof: as will pay tbe State and Count/
and drive Gen. ing made, a hole leading to the upper pannels I Newport, November 18, 184S. 18 Pay to the Volunteer of Florida granted by the act Taxes due the.4 eon for tbe year 1843, to wit : t '
lard Fillmore stands, to Taylor Dutchess County gives Taylor 2000 ; Rens. of the counter was discovered. The counterwas I of Coneres passed on the Hub! of July.IS.IS, and can N i of sec t7.T 3, R i 1. N and fc, tvJ 9E | ec I

into a position \\heie he must lose the sellear WOO ; Cucuma, GOO ; Buffalo, 1329 ; then taken apart, when a few feet from -I Mon iceno Chapter, No. 5. be found at Ihe City Hotel. 17T3.RlNandEtheEjotSWUecll,1tRlNandEEISWecl7T2.R2.N11i, .

countenance and support of either his ..North majorities over Cats. he drawer was found a bed, made entire of MEETING of Monticello Chapter. No. 5. will CHRiyR. ANDREWS. ( t tFo
era or Southern fiends ? PENNSYLVANIA. ,A be held.at thfir Chapter Room in Monticello on Piymattcr United States 4rmy. W' iSEiwcl7.T2. R 2. N and E WIN I '
The election!ithen of Taj lor and Fillmore, bank bills, in which.were nine mice. They Monday the 21th instant. Companions will take November 11, ISIS. 17 1 sec I1.T 2. R 2.N and E.\V |.N W Jsec 17,T 2;
Taylor has received majorities in the qty were immediately despatched: and a further particular! notice thereof, and be punctual io their R 2.Nand E. N W 4 of SE | sec f.TK2KindE I'
w. confidentlyfpredict, secures the adoption and County of Pbilanelphia of 10,000, Lan. search produce 823 in bills, all of which: ttendanre. By order II. P. 1VoUce. S E J of S W J sec 8, T 2*, R 2, N *hi! EWop :
of the Wilmot Proviso, and forces upon the 2t heretofore between J. Inz to Charlej G. En luh., Trmte ;
caster.5,213 ; Schuylkill, 1,131 ; Allegheny, were more or less multilated. The heads of November IS, 1648. 18 THE partnership existing
South,tbe ipementous alternative,-tame sub. 3,500 ; Dauphin, 1200 ; making the major. bills, amounting lo about $40, were found in J. T. Daffin is this day dissolved by mutual tot ti". 2, sec 32, T 1. R I. N and W. 72 acres: a.
submission But this will MILLER & BROKAW'SLivery consent. All indebted to said firm, are requested E4SgeltT2R1NandWSOacresW t
resi
or qpen 1anee. persons .
for in the above
ties In
be but the of the end." Taylor 19,644. he bed. The anxiety of those who felt ibat lo pay up, and those having demand will N W 4 sec ?.T 2, R J,N and W,fS'acres,belonain. ,
beginning York, Cass has received a ta jority of 500. the blame of the disappearance of the money & Sate Stable, present them for settlement, lo either nl the under- to A. F. Dora!. t

The free-Boifers will demand the repeal of OHIO. must have fallen upon themselves, was greaty ( Iqc: T SSEC, FLO BID A. _ siincJ. JOHN DAFFIN. WjN1lec27.T1R1NanJWacrr4belonginz ; .
LLAfl+ ,
the the transmission through C G Ei.alinb.Trustee. .
to
act prohibiting JAS. T. D FFIl.
the mails incendiary documents. No Nor. Considerable Taylor gains. In Cincinnati, I relnc.by the discovery, though the pro. TilE subscribers have moved DJ to their fifl'.prl.of November 10, [11] 1919. Part pi Lot No SO, O. P. city ofTs.llahase. 1
3ciota and in six 153 somewhat aggrieved at the idea and lake this opportunity to in. l'.1
theta dare and northern Dem. city townships, gain. prietor Stables feet front on Monroe street,telongln|,t* C-G. Eng. j
will
Whig no Six to'nsLipsfarietta included, 136 TaJlor having supplied the mice with a more costly form their friend and the public generally of the Notice. lish.Trustee. ,

octal will now care, to oppose it. That flood. oss. Ross, fourteen 464 Taj lor jed than that used by himself. fact. Bring thanklul the liberal patronage they S i see -,T t.R t. S and F..3' (hde. B 'I NEt I
pate will now be thrown wide open, and the townships hue heretofore received they solicit a continuanceof THE undersigned ha taken the establishment Sec 19.T 1. R 1. S and E,*i Cn'. .WiNKiecl.S 11Ig. J
gains. Picalay city, 163 Taylor gain. he and pledge themselves spare: no paine lof re occupied by J. & J. T. Daffin, and S, 1 Jilt t'
South will be inundated with papers and pampblets of Attraction.-In the same T J,n t. Sand E So acres. } l jec 1"
Singular Jffccls] for Ihe accommodation of those who may patronisehem. have provided themselves with an excellent supply andS%'.. IGOacrca., sec ll.T. ,1.. R ).. N and F..' .
designed to light the torch of intestine TILe Most Dili cnll'relatt"-Bishop Lati. Idinburg Joural we find a very Their Stable, are situated on Washington in their line. Thev have the best varie'yol WINES, C40'acresi---- section 1.4, T 1.R T 1, N and-E. WO rr"'.* 11 "

war. Simultaneously with this movement mcr speaking of the clergy, says : Now, nteri'sting paper, by Dr. Hancock, on tha Square,.in the most convenient part of the town, arid LIQUORS and CIGARS, and are regularly furnish. sec 21, T I I.. $ 1, N and E.W3 fc'ret.t"d)<#rier !.tI I
will be demand for the abolition of slaveryIn few br comfort and convenience they cannot bo sur. ed with the best OYSTERS which come lo market I
a I[ will ask you a strange question. Who is motions that result from merely mixing a W. P. Craijc. ..
1 1A" the District Columbia. Who then will he most and in all of alcohol with a small vial of laureloil. >awd by any Stabtes in the Southern country. which will be served up in any manner lo suit the S4se13T1R2NandE2flNWlsect3,' '
diligent bishop prelate drops their i is
November 18, IS 19. 13 taste of cu tom rs. PuSlic palronacre res- J. R2, N 'm! E; ICO acre. E I N E j J, .T 1/ ,
be found it Will Northern ? _
to arrest T Whigs England, that nasseth all I the rest in Joins office To exhibit this singular phenomenon pectfullv solicited. Families supplied ar all times R 2. N and E,SO acres. R ft S E&c f 2.fh; -3 Nand J'J'T

They will say, his f#r this purpose, we put in ? I can tell, for I know \ ho it is-I know which seems to bear some analogy with the Sea Island Bagging.A at short notice. JOHN (IJAFFIN E,S i acres.W I S W i Ice 18,T 1.R 3. tf.nTE.

power Gen. Taylor and Millard Fillmore. uim well. But now I think I seo you listen. motions of the planetary orbs, the drop of al. \LLLOTfcr sale by D. C. TAYLOR. SO acres WIN W 4 KC 18.T 1.R 3. Nand E.* t j

Will Northern Democrats ? They will gay, ing and hearkening, that I should name him. : should be introduced at Mc .\;GlIT & OR OXti. November 11, ISIS. 17 SOacresNE4NW4sec1S.TlR3NandE-' t

we wished to stand by the South, but regard There is one that passeth all the others, andis cool time. A revolting circular motion Newport, November IS. 1S13 ISCollector's Fur Sav* F. IS W 4 lSTIR,3.td.,5OcresVjSE1see18T1RGai1ii.frc
sec ; t
1 ess oil) our friendship be has suffered ue Jo the in the oil the Plantation Section 2-1, AV/ft of '
most diligent prelate and preacher in nvtantly commences earning Cjai-, Sale. on one tflif
Le Crushed ; ape has had no sympathy for use ; all England and will jou know who it is? alcoholic! globules thiu h a series of mutual Tallahassee.IT -M.T1.RI.N 640actea.afttQ5.TU8 i; 5f

now havenone] f>r her ; she has made I will tell you-it is the devil. He is the attraction and repulsions, which will last for By hue virtue this i ot-the day levied authority vested anti in wilt me expose by law for, I abounds in never-failing springs and streams N and E.'.0... E is E 4..e f 7, T 1.11 J, ft Jand J-f j'
upon. There are 300 acres of cleared land, under good E E is W 4 ".T L.R3. J
it. 60 t aESOacres,1VNF.secHT1.R3Nta4t
fter own ,bed and she must lay on most diligent preacher of all others ; he it many daJ. The round bodies, which seem ale, before the Court House, in the city of Talla- fences. The balance of the section i i. hammock,not acres jec "
It cannot be denied, that clouds and dark. out of the diocese he is freedom through the flu. lassee, on never ; never from his to perfect surpassed ) any county. Dwelling 60 acres, S. E. 4.N W 4 '. IS,T 1, B,3.VjuAZ; 1t'
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ness hover over the iture. The spirit of cure ; he is ever in his parish ; there was id, turn in a small eccentric curvc>at each property or g( much thereof as will pay the State cotton I hlIl"C,oul-hous I.garden.and other improve. y* acres beloncinp to estate ef Ilerfo/ W. BradeA<>

fanaticism, stimulated by its recent victory, never such a preacher in England as he. In extremity of course, passing each other rapidly -. and County lSNtnwitLute Taxes due by the omicrs. thereof for the ment" .My terms of .al.ten dollars per acre; one- W i sec 5. T J; U 2. S and E, 320 acres W \ N'g
till it bu year : third ca h. the balance in two equal annual instal W 4 -.T i, R 2.S and E60'.crt. S W 4 *ccJ. .
will not be appeased banquetted up. the meantime, the prelates take their; pleas I without touching. In the course of his ex. Nos. 19 and part flf 175, and 7G, O. P., and went, with interest from the hy of tile, and deed sec
T 4, R 2, S and E, 160 acres, p rurporfrng be,
on the heart .blood'oftbe South. ure ; they are lords and no laborers : ihere. )criments, Dr. Hancock observed parrice 152. N. A. of Tallahassee belonging to Anderson of trust to secure the payment Any debt due by Joru lo estate of Ben Chaires, deed. __

fore ye unpreachlng prelates, learn of the devil of the fluid to separate in large globular por- 'celer. .me will be received in payment a* cath. Lof. 2S1. 2S-2. N. A. rilyAfT.'.K e.Belong*
Lots Nos. 81.6'2,93,54. and M, N. A. of city of .
TilE SEA SERPENT.We to be diligent in domg of jour office.- ions ; those commenced a similar revolution, Tallahassee, belonging to Charles F. Mercer. II. 154. JOHN 17 P. DUy.L.onl"brr In estate of Daniel Fausf. I .. Ii IinJ

copied f paragraph from the London Learn of (he devil, it you will not learn of aDd the smaller OUI quitted their course and JAMES W. SHERWOOD S \V 4 S E4c 29.'r lRfandWg0acIeN.E4SV1aec2lTl.RISatidW,4Oacrcs.W4 SI. 1(

week tbe of God and learn of the devil I revolved about the while the 1 latter Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon C.unty. Notice
Globe last alleging appearance good men ; larger, W 4 sec 'l41.T t.R 2,N andV..90 acves4E I IJ

a huge Sea Serpent to persons on board he say." _ _ still pursued their gyrations afier the manner November IS. IS-IS. IS ts THE underiJned. widow of Silas S. Overstrect, sec JO,T l.R 1. Nand W. 60acre,.E4N W i- t'y

British frigate D alu. The following off primary planets and their secondaries. i'ax Collector's Sale. 'ot Madison Comity deceased,hereby gives vee30T1R1NandWSOacm.E4NE4ec7TI.R1.zlUdw..Fuaces.AvtElcq
tbe fact is froma Tu ntine.The Mobile Advertiser of notice to all whcm it may coccern that, on (the first : I
.citl announcement of copied Tuesday last, says one hundred and ten bar. 'Dead Let Office.-A sum of money exceeding BY virtu of |the authority vested in me by law, I Monday in December next, she will apply. by petition T 1. R 2, N aM W, SO acres.E.| N E Lftc 13.T X;

late paper irought by the Hibernia : rels the product of their own two thousand dollars has been receive have this day levied upon and will ex pone for to the Judgp of Probate for said County, to, have R 2. Nand,W.80 arru. ZNEIDd1W1OSR
Turpentine,
HKX l/E8TT's; Snir D.D.&Lr., > landed ed at the Dead letter Office in this city within ale,before the Court HOUJC in the city of Tallaha- her dower in the land and personal estate of her deceased 4 sec 9,T,I.R 2. S ancf... 120 acre. N W 4 S E ieeSCr
the wharfin
; Oct. il. county of Mobile, were on he last sixty.days, nca.rlythe whole of which see, on the first Monday in March next, the follow. husband allotted and set off to her,according ;T l.R l.S afti"W.-fo acre*, EJNWi sec
:, t Hamoaze, $ that city on Saturday last. and sold fur three ng property, or 80 much thereof as will pay the to law. 27,T I. R 2, N sod W, $O acres bdnnanx iO Aia1Munson.
;f' Sir-In redly to your leltter of this day's dollars per barrel], cash. We rejoice to notice has been safely returned lo those who transmitted State and County Taxes due thereon (or the year NANCY OVERSTREET. J AS. W. SHERWOOD. '
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date, requiring information as to the truth of that the attention of the people of Ala il.-National Intelligencer.POST HU n to wit: Iaclinn! Courity.Novembcr 4, IS- 9. 1C 01 Tax Assessor and Collector, Leon Connly.

t statement pablished in ,the Globe nerapa- bama is bcginningto directed to this branch : W.LotsNs.OlOIl,12inSee2GT1RlNand, containing acres in each lot, as per plat of For Safe. _November llth 1845 r7 *tt" ,_

|*rf'of a sea serpent of extraordinary dimensions business. We have no doubt it will be or ST. MASKS. survey by II. T- Blacker County Surveyor and sold AUCTION .

baring bee* seen /row Ixr jvajcsty'aikip tigoTousIj' prosecuted, and yield; a handsome November 14. Sailed Rrig Lucy, Ho.mer, Master, br taxes dUe on 1315 acres e land sold on the 17th TIlE subscriber otTers for sale his interest uf the .
for New York, with 200 bales Cotton to Cue,Anderson annary. 1843. by M. A. Long Commissioner in a :,know as Ware and Tucker's pijtYation.f O'-lthe 14tb December nexT, will. be ,oI. f e(4J"
: ; D under my command, on herPassage irofit. Co. suit between William Railey and Uenry Gee against f miles from the Aocilla Ferry, nn the ("gu.fiDt' JRoota, .

from the East Indies, I have the hone Sugar Malting.Tbe planters in all directions -& -- R. K. Call and G K. Walker. Road about twenty-six miles from Tallahassee and A Likely Ntgrp Woman and CAiIL, .

lojtcquaint( you, for tbe information of my in the parish, ale making active prepar- TilC AGE OF IMPPOVKMTINTTOne : J. W. SHERWOOD thirteen miles South of Monticello. The lands are .' '. K-. H. BFJIRY. AnetJoneer:
in Middle Florida. The '
equal I tract containsabout
tany
lords Commissioner of the that discoveries the Tax Assessor and Collector Leon County. i November 184S. 1ft l,
Admiralty, immediate. of the important of age _
ions to commence sugar-making mOt November 18, ISIS. 19 t ts 1700 acres, of which my claim i is lOGO acres .
11 b o'clock P. M., m the Gih of August last, y. Some have already commenced. The in ameliorating the condition of this large class olwflering J. R. TUCKER. Flour .' .

TO latitude 24 deg. 44 min. S., and longituJo sugar that has thus far been made, is said !hinnanity consumptives is Dr. \Vi lar's Executor's Sale. fd nlicello, November 4. llS. 16 Ifeb'oI!. BARflESGOkFLOURjkt received, amfOU

I deg. 22 min E., the weather dark andtloudy Co be of an excellent quality. It is generally Balsam of Wild Cherrj. What lime establishes and T WJLLn. WEI NE nA V.lhe 20th 4ay of }" .For New York. On for rale by .

wind fretb from the N. W., with a believed that the sugar made this season in consecrates, what experience adopts rn confirms, I cember ncxt.s* \ll to the highest bidder at the regular packet. Brig Warcaller, Jwelyn. I- & II. GREENDtKG! Ie f et:

3og ocean swell from the S. W., the ship this section of the country will be a good are Ythat all men in all places unite in sajing is good and plantation cf the late Benjamin G Waring. near THE will sail as above. For freight or Nvember4.1849._J O' _
all Ihe ri.hible be- -
kiiecojooii Lake
Oa the port tack beading N. E. by N., some. icle, which will in a great measure make up valuable i iso, no doutt. A popularity of this sort, longing to the estate" of Benjamin pf G. property Wurinjf, deceased pa? age,apply lo Moles Mules !

Ihng yer jr unusual w.as: seen by Sartori, mid- for the shortness of the crop.-Planter' (La.) fixes in society its roots so Wp and strung that time consisting of Corn Fodder Sjrup Sweet'otatoes Newport Noverrbfr, 1SH.JOHN DEXHAM.16 Ii C subscriHerftrf r*'fur at.SEVE" .TIVPi

Llufmn, rapidly approaching the ship from Banner 12/& iatt. _cannot destroy it. The success' which has attended stock Collie, stock Ilog,. Block Sheep, T young MWXi.! Term rash f'.pprQYl4

fore the beam. Tbejcitcumstance; was im. celebrated his medicine for several years past has overcome- iorses. Mule, Plantation Utensils of every descrip Lloyd & flaw credit. MARTIN tu.IJt:
binj Ur ffre officer ol. MiLe lI'aLilz.-Tlili man. ion, including oat good t Fifty Saw Gin.&c.&c. J on COTTON shippedto Monticello, October. IMS. :.15 4 _
tely reported by the of all and ten-ible men, A : prepared jidvance
of order and prejudices respectable
abilities time the
whose native are a high At I the same and place, real estate of the York. ,
their friends New -- --
the watch, Lieut. Edgar Drummond, witb who, though twice elected to tbe New York and the article has taken a stand among the fust class eceascd will either be sold or rented for the year October to 28. 1849. in 15 |'lantallonTTAVING -for1ei:

*-aoo>, and Mr. "'. Barrett, the master, I Legislature! baa long been known as a rowdy or discovfciies and blessings of the age; and when 649 ; and all I he negroes belonging tn I lb. estate, removed1 a dtiI'pe1..fthe Stal:'
*M at that time UM: uarter deck., eradicates diseases for bout tvventy.nim in number;will be hired until the JJL subicriSer offer 'e/aaWbw -
the
walking. and bully-a b'boy of I be first 'alf'r-tru re40rte to in season, lbs 2ilh day of Decerolxr.1649. Lloyd & FlaggTTTOULD pl>" O. <>i-
The sbip'g art lainbjc about SIX acre*. 400 ul w" cb cle rdunder
company were svpperOa and it is said intends to which it is recommended. day attention of their ,
recently .converted, Terms made known on the of sale. call the cn"tnrners and
knee and ia
attendeD being called to the object' ', attach himself to the ministry. At present We cut the following from the Bellows Falls Gazette 11. B. WARE Executor. \V' the public generally rp their a! r4tne, .ol for coUival a good nu. It i. wen all watered.mperU sod ia f badeVlighlfuf >rd *r Jer
It was discovered to be alt enormou serpent November 19,159. IS Is NEW GO()OS. now arriving per barque H.-T. JarJ.
be is lecturing temperance.. Having for. ,of Jvnry. 18IG: I ell of water adjninin1b dw.4Ki botape*
wit head and shoulders about four feet I Irtl.eonmlinc .\( 1I .tlDW. RF. HATS GROCERIES
kept our av It U'ailuatMl about one mile frwalake JcsassJfmTaUaid.u
and I taken his cups, he now wears a broad brim. WJSAR'S DALSAM.-Nohritbtaong To Turpentine Dlpp rs. DBY GOODS,BOOTS SHOES tc &c.Octo6Vr2 "* .
the '
of .
ecfestantly above the aurfkce sea Bajji ejma Tlerms
I snuff colored coat and while version to as many do,everythingtbat cometlong < 4. 16
med hat a a J 8-1
,as pufnt. on hand a i'upplyof the proper tools wffl fak'naf. ewyjo atfBppr 4ed ptTrckaser.F .
Bearly as tre couM: ,ximatcf by com* Medicines d the fact WE'htvV -
Mfr Chrffniclc.4&riekf in of Patent ,oft a.-
neck-lie.-tone .business ,which we'offer for .ale.McNAUGrHT NoticeVTXriLLIAM furl hei1 jMUiMrular.aipply4o Ike pieaaiepiv/
I
Hriax It vitb tbemk\ of Vbd our 010 scarcely evu taiejoedicines of kind,yet fc.ORMOND. '
Christ* Star that we any Maj.Aicbard Har '/ 10C..T W",1.
Corpus '.
t.t.The :
to?* U yard wOUC&. tor ibe water there I Uf 13., 18. DAWKINS wiy'act aj my uth riWV '
the office of Atinster we feel that We fesfcvuld doing i injustice to Ihe com Uevrjlprt i Jfoterober .. .. I. J.eoIT.
*M at abs yet least 6CX ft ft of ihe. animal a eajr: **-This i officer, holding I the V Agent.,dyril'g roj absence from the Slat October? 1843. _
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tf of War long encttgb lo_ be paid tome munjty by withholding longer layorab1 opinionwe Jackson 6dge, No. 1. _. mEa B. WOOTEN. 1aefr

j fcau used no portion W pop.ti f-trHcb It was,fo out the three yert back' pay due him, resign and* tMc of WUtai. Balsam in cases of colds and EGULAR MEETING Jack ton Lodge, No. October, S\,4S, '14 c" : 4t. -_' 'c'ottoR"n_ .,.. .. .t-6 g-,. ,'b";
prceIin. -
through 'bear barzeturnelto his beauti&i reside mlmouary complaint Having witncsOd1 its good A t;will beheld at the Masonic Hah in this city ; b3t Bg W.r et'. .'
.t .tib,f by rertidU or boriibaial uoiJuIt we General .fleets inaeveral lastaneetvWe before jIb this ..e1l- Members will please be punctual in ; Carpets Mattrast; Ac. f cafe'Lew.. 'RE\EIVE.lb'Catt.BaRiD,
"In' M&ntereyv? 'The wa once very b I their aitendknce. AU 'Masonic brethren. good, anbatriber \*. two second band CARPETS l..t.GtU1.do \ .- ,

(KMe4 raptdl,.bat.to cloM UDder out- lee riendl/to ttw plan of.separating the Northern excellent article. Tandrn:,''visI1iJtgpe, l.artt retpcctfu>lj ioritt TIm. .1181., ar4r. ., oo ',aiiperior new ..it .A W o* K"-.Jf.. acfd. ',.(.rtttl d&'
t from Mexico, and It, may be that fp-For: sale by E. BABNARD, Jr.,,Droggtsi.labasise. o attend. iorretoftheW.M. MA'TTRASS Apply fo. I ) > ''.r' .. ..
; had k been provinces '
acouaio.tboold.bare .
maa ofury lo *tr Leon _again refit the' LADP,Newport Fa J..n by,D s. s."sisicy.ft s.c.t.btr .' .- ". J..R. FORTUNE, As nt, I .j. .H' ur:
'iIDcIj. h lij return '
,> ..fa IJj co aixed his f T th. United Sl-tlej- 1"I8U. # : Ott be121.t.tS. t.a N'--ror1.! rAemb'f'-1M.: Ai ""I
fratis. wU tU, jMta!,eye f and il did opt,, oidis$? .refU.Unoulholt t '. .. "' ;


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taxes
:: 1IipanOI wilt t tbe SWt tj;Vnd County It ? .t
r f-.J.t to ;
OF PACKETS sufficient pay ; I: Lames tHti&. isth.Ms.L13M.j
\ others;JJefendtntBTrfjIElteAS i:
.et1".1 _ THE Marks and Newport;.wt .odri .I Uae f t dudhtreo.-, f""lh ytat'tM81'InC li"Sec'stTownship il : A. Gallioi-arid By'tn'ordermsxkf b/fib Honor "Ala Ael to provide foe I" Armed otn,
N York wA ot% ratl..1 l lIhe 'ATIO\b S E' 01 l *
opening of the 111 Uadei i in t w i etl.mnt oC..tbe qps ttied p.t& cC a-t-
O1b5 IrtDf
WW TiioxAsDtfUGtAs, Jad&, .
UniJ1taf.. and Sct itnKgM btr heatless thai li Rtnge ;13, North and Hast. purporting to belong florida:' spprqted U
fl'PJ and the year, viz: the aboveenlillefl camthe( onder. Ihpt 4Jh, ;idj ith-'tr
mir i
ctmber I847.io
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fire or injurfcliet, not alli1M to the estate of Benjamin Chajrw. ochfIa&V1t
Brig WARCALLA, no erne can ripple fait Acttbenef.appro"d .a.th'Att '
JO ) other" ,to
W S W 4, gridSE.lotbeSW4sndtheWt was tfppointtd among things
otrt1l1l .In H li the J signed
, OCILLA. lie; Agent( *10 lake over*a certain tmoonf Also, the E i of S I JvaIStb4$44td.
_. Trim.do built entirely f the S E 4 "f Sec 25. .n account oj'wh l i i.clue lo Complainants lot their 1i pj1'occupov
block and avoidipj alVtoww 4
I. LUCY. any one A.M.ct.. esttMefMi
efeditof.of Mid : .44s.didh..1J
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W eiaitns. nil other
0mr theN and
to
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a\ .: BY WILLIAM D.. 3IO3ELEY, SUWANNEE, Clark. do. (new,) ol wood. :: : tLgW4eitheHW.1snd the N E4 Eut.potp&rltll interest ttxrexm end h-wat- rdefed farther : oojatib rtDnqtutii tod abaadoar the feme; wl!!
: North and tin with ;
. I' : Perry, do. (new.) AH risks are'ietllc4 prumpt1yi1tetabl; to t. M* ..'.'fJ fi S6 .Vthftv
t : 17oritLJ.a W.oCISU. aid Master do.co. *n advertisefhent <
: Gorernof the
! : of These bnilt In the most man declarations the policy. We a,thankful f..r tb. ( to belong to the Union Bank. ( That dividing Tosbiptamm. !
Brigs are .
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"TIlER& TW Sfete of HoricW.br tn *e1 erf net exprewtty 'o this trade, and are wblanli.1 by past patrooage, and beg fmr friends to call whenever. Also;lot N.d''arrl'aclionalsf'el on 7.i rt Township 'lo be publishelin In Ue Tallahassee Floridian and: a newspaper iHfnth"i nd East ..the teftvttMr'apcrific*444 AeTJJ.
thoO.AmblacrovedJ.au2M7Olb. cODlman niB lake risks ( t 11, East, l laying on the Suwannee published weekly
N:'. careful experienced Freight! pas they wish instiranceamd we on a I I. South Range I. 1M2therebaidihg'ttJect; ; lb. rLT
fi1" 1944, eitfitled) "An Art to define and .e
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nl. SfC Township I.Range 13. the creditors of the said Alfred .M. Gatlin to .com ; ,, 't ">.'.f.' _
AUU- 4of i i
.;,, boundary between the Slate of Florida and CUE, ANDERSON fc CO, J. R. FORTUNF. Asenl, AlaotheSW At KefcMiutnie, Alscbb C"
.., ilia,"batb"'tied condraed the a reemeat wide 10 Beaver street, New York. At thoTin Manufactory. South and fiast, purporting to belong to William JWILRV In before him and pfote tbeir dtbti,A.or before the I Oer IIQda1L .t1... ta"nl1htL.12th -1.
-, Co "ni..iner.! of Ib*said dTa Mill.. first day of May nell; and that inch of the creditor !
between |be repocti JOHN Tallahassee August 10. 1843. At Po d
j 1 States, in relercnee to*;fd boowla-v : Jtnd vJurf'an OFNH.M.lIN.UGUr OD. LEE tin Assessor vrbosliall not comif in and prove tb,tI debit by the time i Long UfJ c..Dtr.W234. October.l0dl1..i.

1; i tbe t.id rrcrinent.bi the.said CommLssioneis, & Newport.Newport. Country Merchants. and Collector for Hamilton County, 1S49. aforesaid .h..n.tH excluded the benefit of this df-I At MicsnopyAaaehes. --C )
f't. and that ucb not parties to the t7.eaTlinTidav.2dKa.
Slate nfl b'ma.lbe evidence October 2" IB.j,. U cree; persons
tutbbecBra'iUed bylbe I.
Aoiust 12. ISIS. 4 and is constancy ,
__ Tin Manufactory has n THF.
whereof is filed io the office of the 5eretato(9aPoflbeSl&t cope "
: to its \trock. complete assortment of At : t.t*
: S before admitted directors : StAbgthfineSt.9hNoveoab.r,1Odayt \aaty':0Ia'TlaatW
o( Florida: Florida Cigars Cigars their debts \0, they are ; 7
: added .
.... Now, jcrcaC I, WILLIAM D. MoscLcr.: I -Exchange. I ch.nerv Tin: of all which descriptions.the work is It done has .belief than new ever ma- VENICE:, REGALIAS. LA NORMA contribute to the complainants their proportion of (St..Loci CooatJ' JKoaday. : ,' LAt .
by 2'nb
E" Governor of Ibe Slate of Florida) io pursuance and : lIE undersigned has recently fitted up this estab- in 20 000 and LORD BYRON CIGARS the expenses of this suit, to be settled by the said JO N.' ,
before this .
tbe third section of I he Act cf Ibe (;Jenfral T place. blaster.' And it was alsoordered,Ib.1"an account days.. .
of
by virtue lisbment and made all necessary arrangement all the from Ma- Ann EIizand for sale by
1\j There a Pedler travelling year just received per Brig % At Mellon ville, Orange CountonTharsdaf
e .. : of this State aforesaid, do proclaim his friends and the be taken of all securities"or collaterals held by the 1f t
Assembly I bribe I accommodation of public. rianna to the Suwannee River lo supply the Merchants -I L. & II. GREENBERG & CO. !. December 10 days. vVAt
:. tbe line axrrad upon by the Commissioners afore The BAR is store J vviih. I the choicest Wines, Li- 13 Creditors respectively, and a report be made of the '
who rely on our wagon going October 1..ISI9. Ocalt Marion
can always Coaaty I
; n
'' said, and defined thvnid Act, January Ciaars.TbeOVSTER same, and of the value of each.And it was also Moadayyht 7 rearrr-
by. approve and
rs nt'mt'ft. and the -
delivering I
.
qu I the section above JO / .. .
Qh. SS-aSI 'lobe Ihe boundary between the States ROOM Js alwajs supplied with the through mail will be attended i Notice.ALL ordered that all parties may be examined upon in- da1'f.J ,
promptly
L afbrmkf,nd that it stall be henceforth deemed and best the make alorl. ever in rea.linfs, and on Tin. Any to, and orders delivered c-nl by at once to the Merchants : creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to tertogxtories,and produce all books alJ pipers in At January Chocochattie.10 day.eniooCOTBly, os M cial., i. I

It ratornby all the authorities and people or this Stale up in evciv style 10 !ethe taste of the t epicure. always Ihe same, without of the estate of Benj. G. Waring their custody or power relating thereto,upon oath .
trices
We s'afe Iltall1'Jr are Tampa, Hilhboioogb County 'Mtodiv*
1 bet tbeSate.l lvf before Said Master the said Master shill direct. 3m W'
tbe true and only' boundary line wean The BILLIARD ROOM has one of I he best Tables the least Variation. late of the County of Leon deceased, are hereby required the1 as J.ntJa'1,10, day*.. ,'"
"
Florida and Alabama, to wit: The line commankS in the Southern a'l'! hour and f. I
at
country open provided well exhibit their aims (the
We have on hand the following aitides as as to present and c to undersigned At Key W Monroe County
V en llondafr
known Now therefore all claiming to be creditors ,
Rivernear .
: cing on tbe Chaltaboochie a place with the best of lights for the evening. in line within two from the dale of this no persons '
'. Mills" and running Wept lo Ihe Perdi. every thing kept our : years of said A. M.Gailln are in of 10 days, '
W'.Ir"D Thankful .for nat favors he ipjoecllullv. .1 solicits a hereby pursuance MtIJ
needs Cooking will be barred the
otherwise at
.' Furnaces, such as every family ; lice, they expirationof WerfnwAy hI *
C
J
-n.l.on
blazes Ibe and their claims and the
: '. do, marked throughout by on ( trees continuance of public said order, notified to produce
patronage. kind in oe Air TighI said All indebted 'fctsi
Stoves of t the most approved ; period. persons are requiredto All easetf will to
presented
: : moondj of earib thrown upon I the line at r ISAAC N. DRAKE. I vouchers in support tn>reof, and all collateral and eiammed
1'1' cJist.i. (>qr rnlle more or less from each ol her, October 2<5, 181 15 Stoves for Chambers, Parlors or Offices; Coffee Freezers make immediate payment. securities therefor,before me, at my office in Tallahassee on,and persons interested aft reqonied Rod Iron Ice Cream 1L B WARE Executor.
Roasters, Double Pumps; ,add witnesses
permits,depositions
and ready
: : amro41yknnwn as the Mound Line or within the time limited in said order affjM|A
; -Etr.Le,. and by Ibese names distinguished THE following which we extract I horn the Cam 4.c.,&.c. October 1, IS-f!. 1'2 2m otherwise comply with the provision of the same: pared to prove tblirea folly.ia eeufbrmitj' wiii

..e-. tim wcfbor,litre abott', running irregular) al different Journal i M (rom the Rev. E L Frazer, of June, 19" 4'IHavana A Situation Wanted, that they may be admitted forties to the said i suit the printed Instructions forwarded each claimaaL

, 1.t Jg'tiea i (not exceeding one and a half miles) Kershtw Distiict.S. C.Farminglon. Syrups Dated this third day of December,A. D. 1847. 'HUCWARClIlt1
.' front the" Mound Line,?and marked by blazes only' Kershaw Dislilt. S. C.. > BY a young man 2" years ol age, with a small SIMON TOWLE Special Master. Agent United State Trurtirf;
'' sod known as the I.Upper L3ne,"er" Cfoflee' Li ne." May II'. .ISIJ 10. J And Preserves at cod to close the Salts. family, as a Teacher in the English language December 4, IM1. 20 tf September 30, 1848: 11 '
In testimony whereof,t have hereunto act my have n!ed in my family Dr. Hull's, lever and DOZEN Orange Raspberry,and Orange FlowerS only. Hefcrcncea ct the most satisfactory character fjC Th* Ocala Arjtn*,JacktoovnieNewa 4Sf

band and caused the great seal of the Slate Ague Fill, an aNo Or. Spencer's, Vegetable Pills, Svrups, Civei.. Address J. M. D., Fort Valley,Houston: Co. STEAMER GLASGOW Augustine HeraM will publish toe abot e Dol f..
1-1t.i':" [nAL.: :}to t* affixed. Done at Ihe Capitol. in the for tbe last years, and have no hesitation in pronouncing 4 dO. Havana Preserves in Jars, I Ga. '- .
, ,'e'Hy of Tallahassee Ibis 'ljlh day of Orto- them to be must excellent family medicines 4 Ha"uliome Grass Hammock Apply lo October ?, IS!>*. 12 81 Thamaa'Jeff. 'Heir,

*'beiA.D.,1S43. -and a an act of jn tice to Ihe worthy proprietorsof J. R. FORTUNE, \uent Notice. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT tAWI

; I W. D. OSELEY, Governor. these invaluable I'lla! I will state, for (lie information June 3, IS4S._ 46 At the Tin Manufactory practice io the Cliorti Poort i.nci
indebted to the estate of Jennett WILL )
IvxircLL Slate. and satisfaction of all folct'rned. that my ALL persons of the Middle Circiitad ia'I
A. E.; Secretary of ALACHUA HOUSE. late of Leon County, d deceased are JAMES TUCKER, MASTER. tl. .4
Otfbher29,1S43. J5 4t wife, prior to onr mirriige, had been mere or 1 less Hiiffl m. Coort and United States District Co'Irtsf
Eds: 'it hereby notified to make immediate payment; and undersigned avails himself of this mode of preme .
the u >jctt of Chills and Fivers for about eighteen !U 1 JVitcnafisntle, Florida. TilE Tallahassee.Monticello..
II 4:". all those having: demands will present them lo the the public that the new Steamer .
Proclamation. months, having tried various rt mtlie without sue. 'I MIK; subscriber h having purchased the house and January 22. 1848. 28
C!, and was very much rllucf in flesh. A few -L formerly owned and occupied by J, undersigned for settlement within the time prescribed GLASGOW is now performing her regular trips on
prcimws by law, or they will be barred.A. the Suvvannee River between Colnmbn and Cedar Notice
dais after onr mare.t sht with $pen- W. Pearson Ej, at Newnansville, F. ., ia now
eommnl"t A. FISHER, This boat is strongly built of the best months after date the andeni'f
ma- ,
Key
crr't Pills, asd it) a( or I wo aflrfYrdsTith Hulfs rendv to accommodate Boaidcrs and Traveller, and SIX U1'ft-
Pills ; she used abont h3l I t'ox of each ; Ihe result hoper by Ins exertions lo make his gue ls as comfortable Sheriff and Administrator rr officio. terials and propelled by two engines, and carpable of their accounts and vouchers to tbeHODIV
i : was, a R 'DIC'L She refrained her healthaid as possible He has good stabling and a October 7. IS I*. 12 2m carrying one hundred tons burthen or 400 bales of ble Judge of Probate of Benton County, and apply l

": strength very rpidly. and has had! no return of first rate ostler always in attendance.: cotton with suitable accommodations for forty passengers for letters of dismission Administrator and Administratrix
\": I Chith and t'nei'*inc*. I believe these medicinesto GEORGE M. GALPIN. Boarding. of light draft requiring but seventeen inches of the estate of William Boyd,late 01

.. .;. be harmless and safe; and when MS d tpecljically Newnansville. May 13. ISIS.t 43 4 FEW DAY BOARDERS could be well proviL water,thereby enabling her to perform her trips said Cosnty deceased. ,
I" t. flircefed,are attended: with satisfacNiry: results \ dod l f.r. at a convenient distance for business, regularly at all seasons of the year between Colmn .A. It A. CLARX.
[ BY WILLIAM D. M03ELEY E. L. FRAZER. Groceries, &c. by Mrs P. A, HAYWARD bus sod Cedar Keys leaving Columbus every TUESDAY Administrator and Administratrix.Anzusta. .

: .:; Governor of Florida.WBEITEAS 1A BACOXHAMS, SIDES, and October 7. IS Ig. 12 morning at 10'clock. A. M. and Cdar Kes .,Bent!on Co.. Fa.,July, 1S48.:_30 6ta
The follo\! in ; Tlxr Atrfbor of all Good has highly .Patent .
Shower .
iA U. S. MAIL LINE of Bath ,-
in Washington County we take Irom the Macon 111111)' Ib. l host Leaf Lird, l I.e extended( or the interests shippers requireher
'c tbegaoJ people of this State during the Tin Manufactory b bid Beat arrf
the *
to perform I two trips per week proprietors may a
Telegraph : 5W Ibs. Carolina Rice, AT
'fI. :'.: the current year with health, prosperity I and other I Washington County Ga., January 5, '.. 20( bbls. St. Louis Flour will cheerfully acquiesce in, and make the necessary convenient Sl OWER BATH, intended for aclamber.

,.,...;.,," Uemngs : Dr. Calvin E. Hull-Dear Sir-It has teen a''>oul I ii D sacks Rio Coifre, change,or add another new boat to (he line of like It occupies but little room,and is eodo-
Therefore it is that THURSDAY
proclaimed, .
. .. :.t. I three years since I comm-nced using \oiir Ftttrand f')') gallons choice Liquors and Wines capacity, to the one now employed. As soon as prac- sed so as not todrip water on tie floor

I t'l. ;. ebscrred lrenh day throughout of November this Slate next n be a day set ot apart Thanks.5 to be- ..leueanclJnhi.Perer- ; Pills, on my" plantation. I !II) U/ls double rectiliwl Whiakey, ticable this frost will extend her trips up the S-- June 3, 1845 CfCottOn.

. .. i ring and Praise to Almighty God. have had a large number of cases of Chills and Fever 10 dozen best 1 Port Wine wannee river to the Upper Springs, and also up the
and some-f'w of Billious Fever and in no instance 10 r.btllitill'ine., From Tallahassee to Macon. Withlacoochie river.
Given under hand and the great seal of
!t rAv ft.rf ,tbi925tlrdur my of October, A. D. 1543. 'be'l of citherforun of Fever have I failed to fleet 4 Sherry Throiigl in forty-tiro hours from Tallahcutee to The undersigned would further state that he and 1flfin BALES COTTON wanted by the snV

k'-::4.-' W. D. MOSELEY. Governor.A. a cure when directions were followed and they were S Claret Macon, and to Charleston In three days, others proprietors of this boat, have availed them lyJ ribrror which the biggest msrietpYice

i".L"; : E. &2* wtx.. Secretary Stale. taken at the commencement of the tliseacr. I have Soap, Candles, Starch Cheese, Pickles 01 ves, in time (o take the Mail BoatonJVorth selves of the provisions of an act entitled An art to will be paid. "
had greater uccess in u ing Pills than with : : improve the navigation and to navigate the Suwan- S. F. BURNEY.
'" O'cfl'lber 29, ISIS-I .15 your Olive Oil, Catsup, Mustard, Pt pper,Ground Pepper the fourth day. .
,::t s any other medicine I hare ever u"NI in my family ; : Green and Black Tta3i.c.c", at the new grocery : 'I"M1E Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, nee river and! for other purposes therein mentioned, September 30, !. rtStoves
': Goods then i i. no dl\bllbal when used according to direction store of S. S. KNIGHT. JL enacted at the last session of the Legislature of the
. :7 at Prices Wednesdays,and Fridays, at 4 o'clock, A. M.,
*, will effect a tpceily and radical cure. State of Florida that they have recently organized .
April 29 I---.il rod arrive in Macon, (da Quincy, Bainbiid Newton ; *
: _____ e -
ti.. : CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE? Yours with respect, Albany Amcric, and Perry,) on Tuesday, their company pursuant to the provisions! of said act., the Tin manufactory may be had a neaf Stove
of
EMANUEL BROWN.CC Pure Sulphate Quinine. under .the name and stile of the Florida State Internal AT
Th r;da\s, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock P. M., in for tbe.parlor or bed room. They cff
i..' ..S )lg.utaeribera return their (hanks to the public ,-Thc above vartra'.c! medicines, freh and genuine THE subscribers have on hand two htwdred and time for the cars for Savannah Leaving Macon on Improvement and Steam Navigation C mJ'anv. frequently be used so as to save the expense'of tatff-

) '..: .' JL fat the w l.iberal pal ro e..and beg leave to in- are f.'r sale bv LEWIS & AMES, ounces of Sulphate Quinine,which they Monday,Wednesdays, aacl Fridays at 4 o'clock, A The Company willsooncornpletetheirarrangemenfs, ing a c1titnnt 1. Also Cooking Stove of I"molt
.a V-vm the ertizens of Tar.be Mid saf!oundfn<..jevuritry July I. 181 IS. :.0: Tallahas3ee, Fla have obtained direct from the manufacturers and M.,:and arriving in Tallahassee on Tuesdays Thurs- of which due notice will h? given, for purchasing approved kinds. Tbosq thai laa1eawcf.fem Ifrt,

: a that they still remain at the same old stand Dr. Pills they will warrant it lo be a superior article. : daHl, and Saturday'*, at 10' o'clock P. M. This line Cotton and other products of the country,or make think I them more ecjxunniealand?modi: easier/or the

'S. corner of Monroe and Jefferson streets, with a very Spencer's Vegetable We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines : connects with the Central Rail RoddSavannah, Augusta liberal cash advances upon all property shipped cook than a fire-place. They are so arranged as to

. '4. "'. WgBrtocWof Fancy, Staple,and Domestic Goods, AND by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute Milledgeville and Western Rail Road to Co- when required As soon aj practicable a lint of bake bread and biscuit perfectly well.

:. Xeafy-made Clothing, IH'IOCI, Boots, Hal, Caps, TonIc and Restorative Differs. orders lor articles in ctrr line, at wholesale or retail, Itmbus, Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line suitable packets will be established by the Company October 7, 1m. 12
'f Groceries f tfc r Tn'the Purification of the Blood ad Restoring Of on the moat accommodating terms. I from Quincy to Chattahoochie and thence to Apa. between Cedar Keys and New York ,fut New Or-

; Anvon<$our stock \t to be focmf ar nriefy of tow- the System from all \fort/iJ Secretions of the We bare also a few accounts yet dne to us for the lachicola.! Passengers ran go (Tallahassee to leans for the conveyance of freight and passengers, G. A. McIntyre,

,.. price Calico,which we dtdor sale lower than ever I G.fkin and Ltctr, Jllorbid Humors, and year 1817. They are generally in small amounts, Columbrw in three day, an(but one night will be thereby securing to all its patrons a safe and expeditious 'lDil@IOM EteiTOST
lefbxe, Initialed Slate of the Kysttm, tfe.n but if the whole could be paid shortly it would go spent on the road between Tallahnsee and Macon. mode transportation of their properly to ,
:; Also, a large assovtmcnf rf winfer dVesv goods, 'HESE Fill and Bitters have been steadily gain. far l towards li1uidstingcertain sums which we owe. The public may rest assured that every attention will eithei market a's well as return cargo to its place of HAS taken rooms at Mrs.J. L. Demilly's, and

1., sntfrsv CashroereMo. Lame, Crape de Lame JL ing in poaularity among all classes-are not now LEWIS & AMES. be paid to the comfort of those who may patronize destination. The rates of transportation will in no his professional services to the citizens
'a .1 CaWunere de Coarse &&,which we offer fei sate ar among those of doubtful elficacv or experimental April20. ISIS. 41 this Line. instance exceed those heretofore charged allotted of Leon and surrounding country. L&tCVItteaIe&..
.-.. l ew York cost. I character,but can be relied upon as compositions FARE: for like services, tot a material redaction of such at their residence if'desired.Tallahaee. .

h::. .. ". A large stock\7infer Shawls bought very low, founded upor correct therapeutic principles, and COUAItl 31. WEST, From Tallahassee to Qti incy,92"JO'; to Bainbridge, rates ill contemplated at an early period, as soon as .Sept. 23,1843Ifr
and wiU be sold" above mentioned.ESadt confided in as-safe, pleasant and efficient Medicines Notary Public the increase of business shall warrant such reduction.
.a as 5; to Albanv,$11 I and to Macon $22- DR. C. H. BtJNTISC,
a '::' .,; arxt colored AF; 4ca,Sirks-,and Silk STiawh*, wherever a Tonic oi.lpnitnt i is needed, and where TALLAHASSRE. FLORIDA. WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors.By The facilities offered to parties of pleasure and others

r. t.: Tfcrearf Lace, Edging diflerent .t(>les, black Silk. a Purgative or simple Cathartic: alone is neede I, the .\prilI5 ISIS. .T JOHN M yARN Agent. to visit the ICejs, at all seasons of the rear, one of 8CK6EOJT PByn3TQgKtC. ILOuIIi,,

,,.. .:.-' .L1 Trimmiogs. Gvmps, &c., &. Pills alone stand unrivalled. 93- Office at the Planter' Hotel Tallahassee. the most healthy and desirable retreats for invalids RESPECTFT7LLY proffers hi.psofe.4en Hni-
.....Jt JaconettSwisTavltoo, DookrCamriricanu They will positively cure and hare in thousands Just Received, E. BAILEY Agent; at Maj.| NATHANS in Quincy. and others in the State,and the beautiful and roman. '.* Dearal Surgery; to
.v. M i!Tms; Jaconet Swiss and Linen Bobbin of cases Dyspepsia) Jaundue. Liver Complaints July 17, 19P7. 52 tic scenery of the Suwannee will it i ill supposed,offer citizens of Uabaee and vicinity. Dr.B. will be
..a-:: TritnnWQ; Table Daruaeks, and Damask Table Eruptionof the Skin, Sallow Complexion, General A T LEWIS & AMES' Drug Store a fresh supply inducements to many to "themselves.of-so pleas in Tallahassee on the 1H October and remain one

..t. < '.,- Ntplunv&c. .Debility Loss of Appetite, Suppressed Prespiration New and Valuable Medicines-among whichare DR. J. REESE'SLIVER ant an excursion. month. '
i. ; Irish L.nenanJLinenllandkeclittfsof dlflercnt i c. &< As an excellent eraJicatur of mercury Ihe loll swing: This Company having as they believe, made all September 23, tS-tS. 10, .

i-:r ( 'ia1Ilae.IJoiar7. Gloves,and*a splendid new style from the system these Pills and Bitters arc unequalled.The DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RES- & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. tejuisite arranp>mcDi4 for the convenience and accotnmodatwa -

, children's wo(,Henr [at* nd Cap. indications requiring Spencer's Pills and Bit- TOR VTIVU BITTERS, of feeble constitutions and those of-se of the pobric, they solicit its patron Fire and Marine Insurance

: A.$larzc stock of Bonnets and Ribbons which we terse and when they should betaken without delay asa Designed for, and will cure. Dyspepsia. Liver Complaint PERSONS habits, are often troubled with habitual age.For .
disease Piles Jaundice and all kindred further particulars. apply to Messrs. D. P. T THC
II; 1 erillsetlinderNewYorkcost. preventive of formation of acute ale r"fub. cosureties*, which en-en exerts a very unfavorable
j\.c.: ; Cbtlery every dcsl"l'iplliJnr> which we' offer for -when the tongue is furred ; when Ihe some is- diseases resulting from a disordered stomach-or im influence their genera: health,which is particularly SMITH & Co, Columbus Messrs. SMITH & HARRIS Protection Insurance Company

I.., *iLaverv low'fbrcash and cash onliv.i highly colored when there is pain-in Ihe stomach pure state I of blood. manifested upon .by irregularity not total loss of i Madison Messrs. PUTNAM & RICHARDS

. ,: We ate daily expecting more Goods from New and bowel;; when there are nervous irritations ; DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, appetite. In this condition of the system this article ,I Cedar Keys or lo the undersigned. OJ' New .Jerac7 ,.'

f1i '. lorfc, wnfcfi we will Aspcwe of ow entremely low when there are pdins in the back and head ; when Hie safest, most effectual, and pleasant preparation is confidently recommended with the ajaurnce JAMES TUCKER AT SQMERVILLE.

!!"_ i>Tms> Purchaser wiUdo well lo call and examine the skin is hot, dry or yellow; when the appetiteis before the public. for the eradication of WORMS, in that, if the dose is properly adjusted so as not to And others Is.t Proprietors.. CAPITAL $200,000-Chartered February, 184*'
Florida 22
._ 1&: we stock bcforrbu tv>K !!scwttt'r poor; when there are cold chills; when the Children or Add,. move the bowels too actively relief ma*, be relied Columbus ,January $ 22 ly ,
'_ ', Z, kH.G1EEr'BEnG&.CO. dreams are bad or t-tartling in sleep. HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES without the least
upon any or even unpleasant consequences Notice. This Company insures oo Mercbandie.l.'nrnloe.
.".. ." October 2S. 1S4S. 15 1C taken on the occurrence of any or all of these Will PREVENT Consumption and CURB all cases of resulting from the use of common \ Buildings.Machinery, foctories and
indication of approachipg disease much pain and Colds, AstbinaSpjttinot Blood, Pains in the Side medicinej usually resorted lo. purgative SIX months-after date, I shall apply to the Hon. erally, in city and country. oerty S sea-

fe4: NEW GOODS. sickness may be prevented Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Complaints Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on thepreventive of Probate for the County of Jefferson, ,

*fTHEsubcriberi.n.w i receiving per "Ann Eli. The above Medicines,fresh and genuine, are for properties of this medicine byway it on for letters of dismission as Administrator of Paul de DIRECTORS. .

2ea.. ..:; I za."from New Yb,,the following. GOODS toX sale by LEWIS & AMES. -AU O- t the first intimatiouof af preaching tack. There Malhabe deceased. I William Thompson, &hurd lia.flOft.N. Y .
*f.cbhe would irwrile tbe attentiotrot b. former July I, ISIS.:, 50 Tallahaj! Fla. DR. HULLS FEVER AND AGUF-PILLS, arc some constitutions liah.e: to regular attacks of RICHARD HARRISON. ",Peter L, Strylvr. Matthew Rudsdale.4*

I:,1r'I' auIIl toroets aAdth puNic generally viz: Drugs, Medicines &c. Well known as a Safe Certain and Etfecl aVCurc BiliJou Fever almost every fall ; to such the use of Jefferson County September 9, 184:3. 8 Cm I James Taylor' J. S. Melntyre, DIVOk1.D d".

"Y i n gmg; Ploughs,.Northern Flour, for Fever and Ague, Chills and' Fever, Intermittent this medicine is recommended beginning to use it Attachment.In 'lid, Sanderson, G. F. Power **

' ,'' & n .Blck Croih Dress Coals, EDWARD and all 1 other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-Jive b\ the middle of May or first of June William J. Bowne .
I' Do. do. do. Over Coats.Bot BARNARD JR., Cents per Bo.r. Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience Justice' Court for 2d District,Leon County. \ WM. THOMPSON Pr esden .

:A'44. 4. do. Sack dbvo : received by the late arrivals a The above Medicines, fresh and genuine are (or a sense of fullness-, weight and oppressionabout John S. Bond, 1vs. J. H. VOORIJEES, Stertltry. '
:
j o, *x d.a. Cloaksy ; itHAS h addition to his stock of GEN. sale by LEWIS & AMES the stomach after eating will find this m -di- > Aiuoont of debt $O.
- Do. Coats DRUGSAND MEDICINES all of Tallahassee, Fa. cine afford almost immediate relief. John W. Florey. 3
Fancy
HurxJng > iii: Agents are ,authorized to state to the CTU-
#ka T P do. Sack do. of good quality Ifvfor Cash. For certificates of recommendation and other information Ladies near their confinement often suffer from ii.a defendant and all other interested are T tomer of"this Company that they recognize

,' ..# do. Frock do. AUo.on hand a general assortment of the following concerni g the above Medicines,see future heartburn and costiveness: to such this article is T hereby notified of the commencement of this I 'the Courts of thV different States of the Union

'J1';.., E"b." super.hlk. Casdmer and Doe Skin Pants.Do Ilouck', which. are warranted genuine, viz: advertistmenrs and pampMetsr which may be obtained highly recommended as it can be used without the suit by attachment returnable to a. Justice's Court (where they have agents,) in.case of 4i'creD e.r'D'

,.: e'4 d fancy Cas lmer Pant* Panacea Kowan.1' Improved Tonic Mix- of the Agents. least danger and:with great benefit. In sick or nervous to be held at Tallahassee on the 11th day of December : that their Agents are'-'Mtrvete to conform f. the
.; D. c. Black Satin and1 Fancy Ves's :'t'1fe. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. Brandreth's March 1&.1S48. 35 headache it is invaluable. next. and to appear and plead to the same. : of other responsible Companies in,t Be settler

' :. .. LimBoomShid&c'kc.d ; Pills, Shernun's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor, This ariiele will be found to act as a pie:sant cordial Given under niv hand and seal,this 4th day of September usages ment of losses.
:r..t. ,1' .dMlv exrwxted by Brig Locy>Brig Le Roy Worm Cough, and Dinner Lozenges Bonplantf Boot and Shoe Making. and tonic restoring appetite, and*at the ,A. D. 13 JS. The subscribers bare bee.* appointed-Agenls( .,hy'

S.'< :snd'Ezii H. T. Bartlett.Ml and exteasive assort- Celebrated Fever and Ague Remedy Lucenia Cordial, r I MlEundersignedhaving purchased the same time fulfilling every intention that the common EDWARD M. WEST [L. *J Hie above Company Tallahassee and its vicinity

,, -. *eit of NEWS AND FASHIONABLE GOODS. Thompson's Eye Water McMunns Elixir of Opium, J. entire stock and materials of LUACS purgatives are intended' to effect. It purely t>ff>- Justice of the Peace. LEWIS Jt AMES.
Sands
.i ..". i rliich will Retold' at prices corresponding with the Tyler's Sarsaparilla ditto Gordon's Turner's Billious Fever'and and Ague Pills .R5HJELD who is about leaving the State, etable" nd, when used according to the directions September 0. IS-IS. 8 3m August 12. 1843. 4 6m
AntiDyspeptic.Pills
. t. Ictec* Beckwith's respectfully informs his friends and the willbe found an invaluable article,especially'to those "
., ".' JAME KIRKSE7. Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Peleu' and public that be is at present at the old stand, where afflicted with DyspepsiaDerangementof the Liver W. 8. ) OL7O1T MEDICALNOTIOE..
Fills and i ic
Spencer's Agent for S. P. Townsend'scelebrated ,
: : General
he all. work with or Debility.
13 is prepared execute in his line Attorney at Law,
"'1," ., J Sarsaparilla in quart bottles* at ft per and He has Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin Pike FiRSWILSON: and VAN WYCK, (late Profess
hand Ibe finest county
promptness despatch. on Moatieello JefTemo Florida \J
; bt Nle. Also Comitf of
> superior Lemon Syrup, from of Surgery in tbe FnnkUD'.JniCalCoUege
. : t "; New Goods Fall Trade. prepared an.1-for sale
of calf skins, and all soils of materials and will Georgia by appointment at
. attend the Circuit Courts
Citric the Middle
pure or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the WILL Philadelpba.) have firmed a co-Bartsetship for the-

;",4'i;!!", ciiijI;iyifi.f sick Porter or ordinary&c., i.c.use than that usually sold, London make at short BOOTS notice,AND and in SHOES the best of manner every descrip GEN.TLEMEN'S E. BARNARD Drug Store Jr's.,, Tallahassee Eastern CircuitFlorida." ,and of the County ol Columbia of tW > practice INSTRUCTION of MEDICINE OF MEDICAL and SURGERY STUDENTS.;and for the-

r New York and would in. tion. Boots Tooled, loled,al\l otherwise DANIEL LADD, Ne\\ort
IASjultf'hJnfrO June 10. ISIS. 41DR.J.S.BOND repaired in Monticello. Angus 22, 1846. S Patients from a distance can be well aceoanaedal-
*. & *generally. lh.V good ate! and-at reasonable charge He will war. Monticello,
1 t ed, and on reasonable terms either the Hotels or
'U--:' ;\; hourly ezpectir.g per BrigsWafcail* and Lucy rant his work to be e'1"3110 any done in the place Quincy Doctor John P. Duval, Private Boarding Houses of(a* .ity;and csif receive
Large complete ofairer and to give as good sati faetii>n as to fitting u any liARDnRY AN, his service to Ihe citizens ifodical .
% .j D assortment OFFERS his professional service to the citizens other workman. Agent for Thomas county.Georgia. OFFERS professional I from the Sub ctibcr sueh and Surgical attention -
.,: 4 and Sin pie Goods, ; and I he surrounding country. May 22. IS47 44 and'surrotrnding country Officein as I heir cases may require.A .
JOHN LERCH.
-I:", .; frrnet: Rtad> madr Clothing, Men' and Boys' ; Office at C >I. Fisher's Holtl.IS $U7. Wm. Wilson's Building over Hay ward's BookStore limited number OFFICE STUDENTS"wiU
8,1
..::. tip: r Hats of John N. GeninV i sf' ewor qnal1iir, : May 29. 17. 45 !' Maj 42 If DR. ('. II. BUNTING Tallahassee. be received who will be supplied with Books Pi at**.
' 4k'3 '&otoaiMi Shoes, U.r.hrar.Sln and Double Bar- February 20, S49. 32 Anatomical and other Preparations-..will l"reguv-

,.r'i; rnGOCrerr.Gall.Sont. Wood and Wil- Leon CountyTAX LEWIS & AMES, SURGEON DENTIST, larly examined ,in the progress of Iheir.tudie* c-

,:. \(44. aarmet Groceries.We COLLECTOR'S D A.LJ.RSIN: HAVING permanently located in Quiney Florida John P. Duval ,cording to the mode porsued'in tbe large Northern/
t.);r'i ': tbantsrvefy especially to the Ladies, SALE. lenders his service to the public ATTORNEY AT cities-will be taught to compound and dispense
. ., .: ; .teN generally, lor their libe.il i BY virtue of the power vested in me by Ja\v. I DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS in the various branches of his profession. From his LAW Medicines and will t be instructed in. the minor

.t' : rf i cuo.. begs again the notice of all to bit levied open and shall cmposs for ."le. before Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &e, Window Glass, experience and success rn practice, he feels assuredof WILL practice In the Courts' of Middle Florida every day.duties of the Surgeon.-.BteediBg,dtp-
.;, the Court Home door,in the city of Tallahaiwer P.IINTERs' BRUSHES AND COLOKS, being able to please those who may patronise him. Court of Appeals, and the United States ping Bandaging &.c. Six. .

' : ll'. Liberal advances on Cotton consigned to hi. care on.Ibe first Monday in May next,((1H9.)the 'following Ap ."cenrles' Glass 'Vnre. &c. Dr. B. refers the public to District Court at Tallahassee. Perhaps- Private Officehi-" any Amnican.CJrTwUl

: :, nraBipirajr..September. described property or so much thereof. will nrUIEabove constantly! on handand for sale at the Col. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M'. W. DAYIDSOJV Office in Wm. Wilson'Buildings,overHa.ywas&** afford greater variety of'new and approved?

.. t 23, 1$43. to PlY Ihe State and County Taxes due (hereof for the X lowest market prices. Gen. C. H. DOPOXT. Dr. R. E. LITTLK.Offico Book Store Tallahassee. remedies, or present more practical iaCtlttte f*''
; a year 18-15,to wit: LEWIS AMES.. I opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited February 20,1S4S% 32 students.' .
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I Eduto That body 01 land lying in tile County of Leon, Tallahassee November 20, tS-I1. 18 on af their residence as usual. In connnion withtbis l isbpartlt\,it may be proper -

.! :: fuw'UArPA DFEM.\L1 bounded North by the line of demarcation. West 5} September It. IS 17. S O. W. HUTCHINS, to state that as soon as possible an Infirmary
:i Moda.2 Ihe Oclockonee River South by Wakulla County, Martin, Smith & Thorn, for the receptionof beth Medical awf SurgIcal Pa-
t'(4 i: t.. RVv. VTlLllAW If ETL' and Mr. add East by the St. Mark. River known ac "Forbr's, ConmiMion! and Forwarding Merehaolt.No. Notice. AUCTIONEER tientl will be opened, when students will.hare th.

1. 4;: ..NEIL; PriveipaUt togetb.r with competent as- I Purchase" and-purporting to belong to the Apalachicola 62. Poydras Street will be m&Jelo the next General TALLAHASSEE FLA. opportunity of praetiemtly studying distant.

MCkiifeTrras as-..). Land Company.WofSE1.Sec1.T2R2San4. NEW-ORLEANS. LA. APPLICATION Florida for an act of incorporation : SALES in any part of the county attended to, aDd Tallahassee,July 90lbJ94S.. '. ,
i j.re ;4 Two or three y.ungladk. wishing to become }. W ( solicited.
,1 ptvyiU of .JT.J.W1LSONMD.-
J f.
; W. ) Jiilr.4.Rnl't--G. W. SMITH-THOS. .
L. THOHN. lo authorize Rail Road1 -
a to construct from
cre. ;3I i Ue FeM sin be accommodated N E 4, See IS, T 2, R ?, S and E.,owner unknown Refers to company a '. KEJ'E1fEJlrCE.: C. cy-ANwYcgjt.D.

., Y.J thePHneiptl. E i S W {, $ c2.T !,R J. N and \V.,owner un- J, \v. -\rgyllt..A. Bestwick S. S SibleyTallahassee. l Cedar the Key ST. Mary',or some" River eligible point on the Gulf toall.rA H. BONO Esq, 'I I LLOYD& F&AGS < July22 1 6m .
,or the
some eligible
t.{ 0 O known. J. L. SmallwooJt R. L. Edmonds, Quincy. Ml an tie coast, or the Su John's River. point on J. W. ARGYLE, Esq., I I D. C. WILSON, bq '
,
'I'I"I" < _W fl lot No. 103, lying ind-beiiir lit old plan city February 12. 146. 3d August 10.1313. 5OThe 2tn January, 1843. 87 'Gz'ucer1e. .
m Goods.m of TaIlaJass.e owner unknown. : : tq'l .
,; fl".ff1""F
_. Gpplc 01PU.W1NTk LoS No. 2, Irac setf 13 i lot. f and 2; fnc" see 21-1 Notice.SIX .. : will News Jacksonville,and Herald, St.Au-' : S. S..lCNtqil'r..JAI
DRY GOODS: section W and N E to gust inc. publish the above three months, an,I M. D. PAPY '
. .I .1i 241 (, 4 of Sec 25:andlots i No.: 9RQEB Ht3. 1t.'Date.
send .
{!., ... seidt1J r-, fucHver shipments, a ful a- 1.2.3. 4, 5, 8.nd 7. of Sec 20, in Township, N months- of Probate after date for I tin shall apply, to the Hon. thei accoonts to this office. Ag1OOIDiI1'ir-Ag i&vy it the inumt of every,& # 'tocaJUsd_kin be.

.r" of R I W.. containing; 211 acres, purporting to be County of Jefferson, .Medical :Notice. "CKTILL Practice in tilths.Courts in,Ute Middle forthey part ti"1BOtt1f.4' t-d. ,

.{"1m", Vey ? ,&F* Coj. ,. I long. to Albert A. Pickett and John H. Gindrjl.W for lettem pr dlsnTssToa Adtuinistrtlor de bunts ,V.V. Circuit. Office on the first floor of the Cap. August 5.,184* V. _.._<' .
.. whvA*wilt* *booM' f"e. .& .,r.Ike pI4 4 i of'If W f of Kee 17, T I, RISandEbe. non of Farquhat" Macra. ,hI.of Rid Oovnty.'dec'd. H. Q-WIRY, )!. D. J, fc. CALL, J*. 1).: ,ito{,South wing room ,formerly occopiedT by the. 'W ,' ", "
rl. RICHARD HARRISONS WIRT&CAt hare associated theafi I '5NMic ;e
Clinton tiia J.lonrtstn.g.( ,'Ii .fongrnffto,estate Tf BramanTor-rMe, dvefor D.as. lvH Secretary of the Territory. ,. q'aI.
'r. } .0 lfl. 184 117 Jefferson County, gbpfembef I), 1849. '8" ta the prtcticoof Medicine '&*. ttid ., it ibe. A4ininii"
i .ce4 ,.14 U CREEHBEaa. OX" years ;and 1943. Surgery rember 15, 1645.' IT. .,f S raoaHisaftetJateJ'
. r' j ; '',S FT.4 M Ret- ,T r, R 2;N and E, and E | of S \? offer their services to the poblir. ; -.r 4\ tratorV the estatmnhCbarIe'kte1frit"I.eoa
.JQ&1"% '- ; .1. I Horse and'Wagon for,SfcJe. Office over Drug Store Monticello Florida : ; hccoun4ae?4dITehe' '
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LLI.S.eST1R2.Nan4E, belonjing to A. MeIrer. : .. : .JOIiN'E.iINf ,. Conntvwfllpreient
.t '-.4SectioJi ..August: 5, )843. S- ly ,Wfore tbe'JadgE ef t. rJ".
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i j .TkE'HOItSEit.toocfenc9lble n: _, : 4ORE'I ,L'\W"J
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J.. r 15V'T: R f, ICarid E.rpoiivort to he- : -. Quy.FIop:1di., yi *a4pn71ets4 mfteaCo5 "r
; .* G U4NSJorule.. Rn.4iI.L1ti lone t. \V. &Gould. .', 'WAGON i.covered aDd will be a good :" Leather'Tbp'Bnggr" rIJa1.. i .nTILL- AtaheutieesCtt&i4.IeuTV 14 .
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!ij \ JA. q..s.. NI.'P.I.I1AT. TAMES. SHERWOOD plantation"r market \"'lIon.Price loir" ALSO otae'second bind l latftt ,*o1 Jr rM'1f; 2 :: County,the Circb tCourhijM. ftes6* f 4 .."" 1Bt.i
Tax '
Attestor and Collector Leon Ct DI.Y. Apply 1. R FORTUNE AieJt.' i : Apply to J. R. FORTUNE and the Court in the adjacent Coanties ouieorgia,
it4 Q 1 '11I ja r October 2J, 1343. 14. U ScnumbalC, ISIS. 0 JuDe, 1313. 4G At the Tin Manufactory: ./: November 22r 1845. 18 tf Mar 2'. IS.aS 44. 1m.



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