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The Quincy times
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Title: The Quincy times
Uniform Title: Quincy times (Quincy, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: C.J. Bartlett
Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1848
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1847.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (May 13, 1848).
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P O E T V ad than lie who had sworn to protect her.- IFROM THE BOSiTON COuIMER.] Stved. The elecltor and.hirspeolro are nown
And instead of" training up her children in the CLIMATE OF F LQOR IDA the best term, and seem not.to know .ho)rto
[FOR THE QUINCY TIMtf. way they shouldgo"-instructing them in thie Mr. Edi*or:- A few ol.-ernations on the make enough ofeach.ether."
GLEN J ULI A. principles of christanity--nfusing into their climate or Floridatmay nolt be urinakepable to A BiTr or Hciroa.-We do. norIelij.h athe
young and expanding minds the elements of a a portion of.sour read-rs, espucialy those of truIt tl,e les, for berig occasjoriU.ly,,ijed ;ith
There i ;a glen not far from this deep shaeled moral edu.-alion-learning them habits o in. he invalidwd.-dlss. There ia'e been many a hit of humor. The followiiae trft .frotihe
town, dustry which vould euable then ti ,auk their v.Igue and conicadle.orj reports concerning the report I a comminitte on Hogs, rea before an
Which has gained of late years some little re. way through the world with e.sei and respecta- clinatle f that country. But a. thorough in- Aagrculiural Society "down eas" ,contains
known bilit. an.I bi a stay and support to their pae- 've'i,gation of feits, b ) table,. ie, i sfows that aome excellent hit< : n i
As a place oi resort for the lovely and gay, rents in their declining year-, .he permitted qrda tl unly posse-ses a nvst genial cli- Aain: Some folks accuse pigs.obf qiaig
On ihe first of the flowery, fair month of May: them to spend their time i inndolence, -..no- mate. bit it.soil is o s pruducinvein the growth filthy in their habii,,and negligent .in.theirer-
Tie- theme oA my song is very peculiar. rance, dissipation, and wickedness;, and the ad nutrition oi tropical pl.tnt, as any portion sonal appearance. 13ut whether. food is l t
And is called by the charming name "Glen euis-'quence wia, tli .they all slowedd he of tlie W'est India 1, land'. Florida is situated eaten.oflf heground, or from hir3a platet, is.
Julia." unworrhy ex iiple of their fathlier and mother in the amie pamlet of l al.auiUde as Egy.pt and it-eents 6b rhe, merely a nititer. of,'tee .qd
-all weredruniard .Soutllern Persia. Alihouli unhealthy in. the convenience, about nhtich pigs .a.f may
It lies in the open, the wild, barren pine wood, Fur several years, the sole emplovrsent if summer months, in the vicinity ol lie.greai honel der. They ut, ihe, dg-
And tihe fleet-footed deer when by danger p r- this degraded family wasto manuilacure wi- snan.pI ud marshes, it is more health y -than ed ch.iritably. At any raie, pigs are 'uot.ll.
it ,an'n then have a drunken carousal untill1 sr. Aayrapigs er eIh.1E
ued kn then have a drunken carusal until e lw cunire ufihe oitherSoulwriu ILates, enough to chew tobacco. tno' to.ppoisj 'itji'r -.
Svift away to its shade doth gracefullytoand, ras all drank up. In,their midnight revels, front the lt. of ils. penoinsular. situation, and breath by drinking, whikey.. .-And as to par-
And there stretch at eaee on the moss-covered they used unchaste and obscene lq nuage that the cuninued breezes aeruos.the county, from social :ippearance,.you don'I calch a fig playing
ground, would disgrace abrothel-uiered*blasph-mou tie Gulf i Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean. the dandy, nor rhefemales among Lhem piLcJiDg
Feeling se:ure-'lis something peculiar oatlls rnu horrid impreedligns that would Iuf- Since the estblil,hed irools of E..st Florida their wave up this muddy village, afrer a rain,
Tlhit naught will diturb while he rest.n "Glen fue the check of ithe most band ,ned .wli bein Ither must liealthy.place of rea-rt for. our ifn kid slippers.
Julia." the crimson bliush of shanie-and fought each invalids, we predict thar the shoes o0f the St. Nolwithstanding their heterodox nlthibnm,
other with'all the fury and feroeny of wild .Io, s river ands , cinuitvy xill be.. via ted by hogs have some excellent trails of chareter
Sweet birds of all song and variety ofthue 4yenas! There was not a sinle niember of invalid.aud aoher,n from every part of oar I one cthancr-stowaallowa littledeeper.in.some
Collect there to lave in the May morn's bright this wretched family who hail not received widely-exierided, country. Tire anly contra- inire hole than his fellois. find so 'cgrrrep otf
S dew; kicksand blos Irom ,Ill the rest. Often dictiun ujhis assertion wdl Lie the waut ol a an co,.es in possession of more or 1ihis "eth
For no pain there is felt, no sighs ever heaved, were the eyes of the mother blackened by the large aid commndinus iutel. or home oft nta- than h.s brethren, he never aa-ur-es an txia
Unless they be sighs irom which pleasure's re. hand of h "- Sons, and tho-eof he father, by the ids, ,coductedand ba-ed on goodmediil prli- importance on that account ne|ptwr pre,Js
ceied: hands of his daughters In their drunken cples. Thl'e principal reason.why the Einglih brehren stupid enough to wotslp.loisq.pirril.-r-
Thu, a paradise is, and one that's peculiar, debauches, scene. were edteted hiich would phyieiaps withdrew their patients Irom S. Their only quemtiun seems to bet is he still.
"This lovely, this fair, romantie "Glen Julia." cause humanly to shudder-modesty to blush, Augustine. was the wani of accommodaioins, hog? It he is, they Ireat him a such. ,
S. rand virtue to recoil willth indignaon. arid the ud4en itransitions uo climle, original And when :- hoog has no merit 9), his. on,
'The wide spreading beach, magnolia and pine, Aboit tour years since, Frank's wife was ting. frum tis.proximitiny o the sea. For. tle ie never puts on aristucratic aits,.nir el'aims
*Tie wild-plumb, the crab-apple and ivy coin found in thie woods. on a certain tialght, beastly ast.lwq ur ihree years,we have been .rnt efati- I an% particular respect on aecounit of his family
biu a drunk-a gourd of liquor by her side. and she gatily, engaged :ith experienced physicians in coninefcions; and yet some Hos-have dcfeei-
'With lthe jessanine, grape and evergreen's nearly frozen to death. She-died the nextda ascetiiainln ilre most eligible sile in that courn- I ded from very ancient tandlies.. T"a ey rder-
rarest, iia Iate of iitoxicationi, arid now tilla dru- try as a manor, rert for our sick. The t and, full ell. tlie coin.m.on siens maxmt,
.And not onlv r.-n er the scenery the fairest kard'- grave. In a cew months sIhe wa3 follo v.oyage to the W\sts ldiltr is too exr.einsive and '- every tlu rnui stand ui its own boltlto."
But fill one with pleasures, with feelings pe.- ed b) Ier second son, who also died drunk.- dangerous, the clisnate too sullttw ad dJebhta-
culi, His eldest son puse-sed a violent arndi turbu- tiug; aud lhi,, connected with poor accomnio. | llTERESTfNO To ~fHiTc FOLKS.-Inr c(i.-
For such ne'er are fell, except at *'Glen Julia." lent dispoilion, ;il hearing t hat he w'as kili~l dationis, uamougtrangers, and a sirainge Ian- pitric e with il disinterested and benevolent
in Ge.rgia some two years since, in a drun n guage, has'cunsiinced.us uj'fpe Impropriety ol' exertions iOf several leadinfand irnflueiitial ol-
Like Niag'ra there tumble cascades clear and biawl, his unleeling and brutal ft.er replied, -ddtingourpttil'naarv.patieats ttlioseislands. ored citizens ol Philadelphia, the celebrated
bright "Dainn hinm! he oughllto have been dead long Aftera srict exanimnatlon of every point in "Higainsin Family" have been iniideed--il-
Glistening and sparkling in Heaven's soft ago !" He has two daughters, who are a di.- this ,miiter, we are unanimuilyn agreed thal though al an imtiine saertiice oFleeling-to
liahi- garie to heir sex, to themselves, a'nd to the Palatka, East Flor4da, i the Aos. suiable. site admit re-pecable and cleanly while people t
The rain-bow's hues may be seen in the spray human fail. lor the Home uf invalids," P,>lat-ka is siua- I their Iulure entertainments lo be given in that
As it dazzles like snow'in the warm sun of The sister of Frank Leslie lived with, him,ted onjhe '-t1. Johns River, about half a degree el. Thue HigAntaiin Family, alteIhed as they
May and though sihe owned property enough i" have south of SI. Augusitmrle, twenty-ti-WQ miles Irom r by all ihe lies i f kindred arid lliity to the
And vells in a manner very peculiar lived comfortably, she wa, treated like a hed- ihe t.cea.n, in I..L 2930. ft enjoys a alubrius 'colored race, Iaviing been enirusled with a
The wild, enchainiig, romantic -Glen Julia. then. and dlied some three years ago. "i is cliniate, free ifrou a damp and pernicious atl- special mission i,.r the perfection and glqr.iftca.
generally believed that their brutal ad cruel tnosphere, leaving tlie reputation of being ion of it- manifest destiny, hate consented
But you doubtless would Inow whence the reatmenit, her exposure to the inclemency of health throughout the year. .It is hlkewi.e withe greate-treluoiance to this act ofcim-
name of, t'us' glet- tile weather, together with liquor, canned her central to all other pi..eis of note on the St.' enev .and ande-cension to the ',hitee; apdfla
Because Julia, and Julia, and Julia again, death. And it is ascrted by timo-e v la alen- Johns, being eventsv rive miles from Jackson- coulsideNlron of tile noble sentiments of,4z1i-
Thbreeangelsoleartb.,-t4,d, aealf,tthiSbelV.01 ded .her butaol, that the body preseniedt m.rk- v'ie, ti-ry fI'r St Ajgu.ine. one hundred i versaitolerauon which have aniintied thfim,o
On thie first day of May,Al'Ib sweet rfame was of violence wtuch hld been mthliced by some and fifty ironi --F.rilprpize," Lake Mlinroie, 4,tisoeBcaothey ei l etTrraii..4,t.n..e-b* es
i given. of the family. and Irom Orange S.prihg-. iwerty three miles. will nor be unmindlul of' their true posriton,
Visit in Spring, and you'll fitbi that peculiar Though Frank commenced the world wilh it will be recolleetrd thlit Lhipl ce wascilosen during ite concert, and will not attempt to in-
Indeed is this lovely, romiantac" Glen Julia." a fortune, yet ithe lives a lew years more, he ty thie United Stale- governumieni, during the terlere wih thlie inalienable right of the colored
RIO. will diea beggar! ell may this miserable Florida war, as a lieaitnytpiace lor ineirmdiua- ladies and gentilFaen to the Ifroit seats.-
old man now exclaim, *initeuiperancehas been ry hosp tal, und main depol ul ilieirsupplies for Should, however, any white person so fair for-
S. heroin ofnte and mine, for e a eernv! ihe ariny. It is al ilir ierininus of regular get himselfas to insist upon an equal right with
Mvy wife, ny sister, and uy twoeons .now, fill team njviation on ihat river, the colored eniry to occupy tie bet seat
Ftrao Gu THC MOUTA.IN oL. a drunkard's hell! And mny two- daughter.- We are now devising nmean. Io carry'our orshe will b- summarily expelled from the
what are they ? Degraded ounionts and drun- plans into ex-cuiiu,,; audi by the aid of our house, and the money will not be returned at ihe
F fA ANK L SLI E, ken libertines! Lost to every sense ofdecency medical breihren, ta.ni others who 're Jliberll? door.
Or the Effects of Intemrperamrce- and virnue-lost tuall-regard forcliaracter- -In' disposed, we feel s I uine that by.unremiltiig. Any while person aniliemptingto take undue
So ti wriii io morality-lost to rligion-anrd lust o all x-rtions, the good work will be apcuoplitshed. .hbertres wvsh any colored lady, or endeavor-
ly object .I writing this cdtamurtd ul onh thoe ge and enobl.ng.qualitioariors which We are at present having a plan ufihe building ing to inveigle h.r away from her regular rbeau,
o give the history of a drukard an hough elevate the human, above tew.br-ui. creation.- executed, by a first rate draughusnp.wof this wil be perfumed front the concern, ih tie I jd~
it is a common p cefor writers o suc The lowest dreg and ofscourings ( soiey- city, combining very thing.suitable for-the odoriterous, manner
ect,her ue ficti n s a i tn beatia liodestve,and ,nrte. Southern clini.tle, an. havarg. e-t. conven- .~ A BnCKWOOD JUDOES HaRE" -u"rder,
shall do neither, as my story needs no etabel- The Ager ...ispointingathta-theyi.-c Nr iho ti in tii .bei'u na. iswhe nJD a .--lurdei
lishment. from lancy-being a simple and un- hig rispoin am-iby o N herin houdt.e,.ie opntioi.beeji gentleman,n oi; where an is rdaR uly
varnished alte ol real life, tie amaie alone fic- a j e edb nmne e on ee r .iy i will render i a killed. The kier such case isa mdee
i ese t their itenie. have-become a mockery rind a rural and. delighunl retrmnSt organized pod Murder by poison is an much murder as murder
Frank Leslie was born of worthy, weaUthy, w-uord-sevronoymows with hinla y, sham Ie, nde dupot the hedl t4[ cta prrpe>pley. The with a gun. I1 i, fic murdering which con-
and respectable parents, who gave him a gpld u iond hanemr A h a, ial necessary tlo roaple t h en,,>erprise ,tures unurler in the eeo 01f the law.- You.
-educalin; at hia marriage .they placed him il am ndhat have Idune! must be lurniished bv a ,rt ewstk Tcomi.any.- will bear in mind that 'murder is onelhing.ajd.
possession uof several fine negroes, besides odt- AleMiserable! which way -hall I fly I Without any specuilI.T hmew.- 'he inve.t- manslaughter another; therefore, f itis st
.er valunlie property. 'is fatth resided .In Ton bad no live,! i ear to die! nlent will pay well, t,& ,ve anvte lL who feel. manslaughter it miubt be murder. Self-murder
Nerth Caroline, and soon after his marriage Above---around--teneath-appear liberally'dispo-ed .ioyard.s itH' enterprise, to has notlrng to do wilh this esp. Oqenman.
,FrRnk moved to Tennes-ee, and settled -n Inf.nite wrath, anrd keen despair I subscribe anid assist( i e.stbl.hing. shis phi- cannot comrnit- elo-de-se on another; tha, ii
McMnn county. He was anamu good rmipd I havesquandebed ni' ropery ea-d my lnihi-opic .iastuio. wh'clh our c'ouniry so clearly my vievs. Gentlemen 1 ihink-you can
.and genlemianly address, and souon rose high farnmil, destroyed my health, diigr'ced my loudly den-mhud. AUGUSTc. ,l [CHELL M. D. have no di dicuhlij. Murder. 1: say, is murder.
-in the esiimalion of his tipighors. For the friends, ruined tiy mind, bl listed my character, Portland. Ap1155, 1 '4 The murder of "a father is called fratricide;
ipurposeof' "making money" he -established a and lost my immoral so6a! JAly locks have but it is n..t irairicide if a' ran murders his
Distillev-that curseon tthe lumanfamily, and grown grey in the service of sin, 'nd with -fee- A BREPUBLic'4rtACcalrFJA. fA .STATE mother. You will m-e 'up your minds. You
-scourge of Adn's allen race! Little diad he blian-ilmering limbs Ih'nov sannd onr the SAvE6.Ad.- nid ny. curpu, sp.cenes that know ,hat murder is, ard I need not tell you
.comntepl.ate thie passihlity of lhis becoming a brink of ternity : and I fe'l tat r long I the it.p'.a ,lt4,have caused, the ol- what in i.not I repeat, murder it murder.-
drtmkaird, or suspect thai it would cwse' Iis shall fat beneath tbhe firons of1" ad .af'nded lownga, 'l. l hIt should be im- You may retire upon ii t 'you like.
utter ruin BuL d-praved and wicked iian is God. whbo tas 4detqred that "No-.drunkard .media i'v.ifedy -
prone todo evil. Bad habits areessily furiied, shall inhirit ie King'domnt dfo eaveti." i ,' el (amal state STEAM WAGons.-Two persons were rq
and when once confirmed, in is almost impor- Lan"agefikis.io doei ..ticptl.hewfiect.-. with.A ii is) was deaf oall cenity travelling on one of our -ro.ds in the iq-
gible o burst their shackles, and free ourselves None an narcb-ah4tgel ,ti h .d o s. ei.. e 'ofl1.0 o ,0n'cfgstfrom p,.
froinmheir pernicious influence. And of the "An hundred vorees. ten thou.mnd tongues letrm(,dt'c wft rc. -oee.n-.s he fled w. '.o- rt-a_.W.u..t st
truth of these remarks, the -history of Frarrk A thrai,,n fbrat.ss adm in hiu grde d anteupted toe5sape. -e itwagn became nr'led, The lamsoonday
Leslie is a melancholy proof.. a tght, 6ever, by a gigatic blactrsrlatI thom4tHroaner siefcts, and whilee lma 1ire:.io -
He at first drank '" very moderately," and as could portray the scenes oftwearnng, fighting, wlIo c@ine it.back to his dtg roor.--I sy in extinguishingthe fire,acounirym.r who.
much fbr pastime and amusement as any thing drinking and blackguarding, wh.eh have Irans- Thi .nan.Ihennloked the dour demanded h d- been for surietime IblloWihg .tihmn on
-else, a many oihems now do, who would be- paired, m their drut.ken sprees, minddlaht revels, roqiplinacev wvih ii t-iopular pds. Thje: hireback alighled 1i aRsist ithl'et. "I have
-come grossly insulted, if their friends should wild carousals 'and' de.eorations of the oab- electidrsfiIl spid no! 'lie blaink.ibhh, ihen- by, bees watrhi 10 the smoke for some iimre," said
intituatetht they would ever become drunk- btIhl- way of giving' an example. of phy.ieal.force, Jhe "V.Why then, did you lnot give us notice?"
arls.- He soon contracted a fondness for the And now should.any individual doubt Ihe sgtashpd wit- on' blow o"'ius ar.ii'a ighiv. asWa the travellers. -'WeI\," responded the
stimulus and excitement which liquor produced truth ofthe aboveistreaents, 1 can refer them orriammet'.ealabletoatoms. T'risdornheshok larnmer, -there are so many new langlednven-
upon his mind:. and in a few years he became to hundred- olrespecble .mea~ in Mc .,i.n his ,t at the eleclor and (old himn hei should tons now a days,I thooglht.fyrwef s*g.by
confirmed o county, who will testify that .he '"half is not never leaIe ihe ononi tilI he had yielded nil that sleam."
Tine feelings of woman'are so refined, pure told" was requited of hiin. The result need hardly
and exalled, that she rarely condescends so low As many of the citizens, of Hawkins county, be old. The elector conseniad.- Tie black BoN MOT or Loins PILIrPPE.-J,'JM blfre
a- to indulge the baser and more degrading Tenn. nave been an Poas lo see Ibis narrative ulanith, however, wao a praeical man. and was the revolution broke out: Louis missed Guaipt,
passions. vei, here are a few unfortunate ex. in print, the Koxville -Register will please not disposed to trust the ;prtnrise ofa prit:ce and asked an English servant Where hir wa.
S*eptions,e and Frank Leslie's wife was one.- copy it. Rumn &. READY. without fortifying. hlinelf with collateral e-. I "Your Majesty, I think will find himrin e -
She vwas no doubt, at first, shocked and dis- Columbus, Tenn. Aprdl 17, JS4... .dence'. le compelled the eletor to write a I techipmber." was ilte reply.. Hem,.
usLed, aL the conduct olher drun.enhiumsband, It laa singular faCi, that tle agefot but one proclamation willingly according to all his the.King, "I'll find him ti. qemthl.Ia
but frequent and continued repetition rendered woman is mentioned in th e BiMiesthe time eu people's requests-" This avs urlhwiih pro- conduct in this crnisi!" NI.'B.-After 6o bad
the scene flimiliar, and by degrees sihe was led her death. Thieretore it is not beat to be in- i pulgated, and thus by one brawny arm and mhe a pun as this, who will deny. that he deserved
' on until -he bec'tme.a more abandoned drunk, quisitive about tile age of wonme'- I-rough good nature of ies possessor, a Stale was to lose his throne ?

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GEN. TAYLOR'S LL' AFTER. 'CAUSES AND ANTiDOM'.C OF CON- GaiErruoD -I careDDl to'jLih outir %--r
BATON ROUGE, April 22, lIS. ; S.LT.PPION. .. d't-rr,4ratiiur. id ili.n lf aektwled.
D.ar Si:-M.v opinionshave rceniIvie Tliht.lrger llie lungs flh mnre perfect: heir every ivor tha it v rewp. 0 i speaii h111ir
so ofte iisconeciveed and inJreepmei, the fet. they are'filable 1,1 pulmu- .beneactor--, rnd r bir ihen i,' ff ilir:
I deenuii luer'o wy--el. it' ii n niv'Yf'eAi',I i"rt*' i c-ti-utniptol.. 'Th- t the inore Ili\ are Ipryer A'e-.- fEiii iSt dristi.nigjish witlh
to make n brief expjsitltn olf the'in upon llle \e-'erm sm-d lth- larger lihey ,'ill tieco e; murli. ret i ard liheir in-rueiurs, ,i ,d l Loi. e lne
topics to which you have called iII) attention. n take active nud laborious exeL-e our uun '"h dhenih n jl aii l ol goodness
Phalie e6risenIed to ihe ii.e of'ni, nmtie ns wI Unl' cinnualilv enlagni ; andii Ih:l 111o ihe P"-. lisn ir-r-tng cireu.-uance in
a candidate for lthe Presidency. I hae I',iAkle- cuninirry indolenm:e, wanni ol -erc.rsm'. &., w-ill Ilie ih1 oi ll o .n COUnle- o' Pemnilhromke, whoti
avowed moy own di.-riul 1t.I nllf tiei,. l,:,r lti reminder the .ungs .inaller, until b\ abs.ein-e of ii- dm-ltiuislied .nure. than two, centurtie
lIrgh station; but leaving. at ihe -ol ia-h itiin ol air the af cells .- .iV l lus up and ,.:. .ip ie iei r "-i e f v lr leIarnirg andi de,-ilion of charac-
my countrymen, laken ny po:iion a-c. ,ndidiate' will-, a an hbirt- ld up its plum rng. 13 Iihs ;er. h, Irati)-miaes -the a. quire.m, ind ihe honor,
Sdo not feel at liheri v to surrender iliat pd'`- ne e.;irn that pure air, and' even .old iinr, be- she enjo'-'., th .t -lie erieJ.1 i monum ni to
tion until my friends maniflet ii Wirn liant I coine.-- m..re dtise, is Ihe best friend lu the ln. inte'rn ry otr her tuih.r. and always ,p ke i.l-
should retiree 'frum i. I will tlieni "i.sit gl ,.l, lung and huould b e resortei t ll ie 1re h i witl e irn st vener .ii, am her g ide
do so,, imave no private puirpBes to a''rom- -:II nilence, both to prevent ant, sure their ,i ilie rudlnenil uIL'kiw iuledge.
plisbh,'rT&darly projects lo build up, no eneiltes dille.u-ee. *-- -, m
topnnish, nothing io t erte billn i%' Cuulr iy. Ii s I'uknd in lie liuslor ofl'lhe A.lierian Ian- T I'1 '1 IL
have been very ulieu anddres:ed i,\ eer, di:ins-at ,ne lime niuiberting nianv million, t1R .UINCY TIM ES.
and my opinions have been nailed upon alnio.-stf people, and inliabiii; I'run ih-'ino-t exirenie
every queou Iliatl n.igh' icecur im i.Le ,rinitrs poiii north oli o Paltguont souih einibracniin ('. J. B.-ITI.ETT, Editor.
as ar'ectinii ltie interest. of their part. hate aill %arietie of climate and lUcaino ; rsnirig lU .. ..
not always responded to these inqu'irie, fur 'a- ihel frigid. temperate and lorrnd z.jin a ; occu SATURDANY, MAY 13, 1648.
nious reasons. pving very varlely of situation oui lle sa- --
I confess, whilst I have great cardinal princi- boaril, and on the borders ol llte lakes, Uil the To CnOnEPONDEN r.-"'\\ALLICE" Clame l.i
ples whi'hl will regulate riny political idfe, ;iarn iopr ol the highest lands. and in the mo-.t be- hand im.o late for io-day's paper; shall appear
notsifficiently fi niliar %tihll all ihlie ,inue eiuittd valley. on the si-le tprea,. and open iniltenext.
details t'polriical legislation io g!.e o.oleiin prdirie, alid in Ihe miost aiuI me-ertI; the 'PTR Spc," is ost tno .-wi, ded
pledges to eert my n 'iilun.,e, iu I were Prei- counillris ot thereest hil y huiidd.v, and here forPheR sieofoEr tse- tentldn'l t e Wnider
dent, to clryo ut thul olsr defeat Thai nieaure. it rarely ever arins, a, in P-rIl, rel n11 all iese.ortell the .l. ,e s ~o iJ Ihal a' e. In il[ e.
1-have no I'.on-.ealime.wi r. I hold no opinithi c.u 1un rim's, and every t here ; suchi at h 1n as il
which I would iOlt readily p,,emli.in to n'i V a-- La.e of puilnoiiin v 'onauinmit-n hlia neveroe- 'r- GOV-. DUVTAL willalres tihe P ople
sembled *counlry.o ec ; but cidle inrpe,ciuisi eoured, tilist thee pmeple remained it. inhtir of' G.id ,len ebiintv, In Qnhin\ y,ofncn th lda,
upon matters of policy, v h,-c iuay be rilil to- savage stair. Bring illhem I tio our eilllemiuill, next ihe'l4Ih inl., al 11 o't1e, A.Ii M.
day and wrn- ilu iniurrow, are per.uapV tro the cit ilize lihei, and It iLhem adopt our habi, e
best lest olfhnes, l,-r i,.ffie. One who 'rannui and liey b.t e .* lie a ble iableTOcoriu-iuplionu a. THEr. \V iHER.- Al'ler a week or two of
be Irusted without pledges cuennot be ronlidrd our-elves. By Whal pecularieie. is lI.e Indiai teryc warm we irher it ,as turned quite cool
in merely oi aec-unil ol ihrift. dinsinguilied fr-nm the civili.ed American .?-- Ag',in-ti-ii k cuoals are iin getieral rvquismion.-
I will proceed, however, oWv ito respond to Firn, lnte Aliierm:uan Indian is renitirkhdle Ior 'l he I lelinesiv a thatl iain is i.nuch needed.
your inquiries. tlhe )r iniiiietry ol his filue. straiglht as il ____ __
F irsl.-I reiterate what I have often said Inlia,i," is d i old provertl, t those trulh is in- ''IC MASS Ni -ETINCG IN TALLA-
I .ani a whig, but not an ulItrrI oit i. llleletd satianly recognized by all who ever Isaw the NIA r he NG ALLA-
I would nlt be mlie mere Pre-iidilt ofea par- .y wild itialaui ; hI chest is perlecl syinrmertry ; As 1i.'
I would enideatoi to uact irdependen il" fpatty ni n lioulder blades are lifd lhal ,gatisI his We are indeled'io Ihe office of the Florida
domilnation. I should feel [outid lu iidniinsis-ir chest, and tlie ti hle weiglig ofiis larrn, soul.- c'lilinel uf a slip containing the pro Ierdliag
the Guvernment uniranirieledI bv party sclimes, drtrs 'and slioulder bladess i- ihr,.tilr behind the "I the \% hi4Ias, Meetin :, held at Tallahas-
S.cmotd.-TPie eto power. The power giv- rlhe-i, thus .xpa.idmn g instead ulcoitraetiii ." it. ; se Pon Tuedny la.,t. l'he g iier ning is said
On by the cOasliliulito lu te E\Ee.:urive to in- Thie naked clerI aild ihe ivholi p-rson is-olrten io have been large, and greal unafnitli1, is rep-
te.rpuse his velo,- t a high cuioetirnv- e power ,- exprised to ihe oper pt-re wir, never soup in rescnied as hatiini prevailed. A derided pref-
but my opinion should neter be exereiid -ex- gait and vnaik, mand pursue no avocaiiaun ihat erene'. w.as te-pressed tilr Gen. TrALOR lOb
cept Itl cases ol'cleir % rilation cif lIe consitiu- cUtnuracHs fe echies or prcventi is isJree exnano- l l P-esidene'., and the 1ll,-wing guillenien
n1on, or manife- liasie and want o0f" disnidtra. siaOi; olietli taali itheiriselves to1 pure c..Id'%a- t'ferF app-ointne d-elg iieq Io ihe W\hii National
tiun by Congress. Indeed, I lihve ihoughl ilhat, itr, exercise lle lungis freel by alhlelie ,er- Cutelitilon lu be hi-l-l in PhladieIlphia on the
for many tyear, pasi TIe knoi oin pinins lid ci e, ru nina, racing., f i eh-u-.P, lreque ill\ dii, 7l'l hitte. lr ihe pItrir-e o ad voediing his
wishes of the Et\ecutid .- have exer-ir.ed undue ci.g and sliluuliig, &c., most vehei1iently\ n nar- clainti belire t ,mi1 bodVy f.r dicmniinion : Gen.
and injurious influence upon the legislative de- ly all day. 'The saiwe hold tlirue in read 10 r t W. illianis. %oa 'I1 lion i.s n, Thios.
department t of the Goxi rnimeni; and fur liii -,iauinidls. [ Rlnlalll. Cm.d.[R. B Haglugt. Ji. J V,1i, 1Po0l.n13
cause I hav3e thought our syrleni w.as in danger Animals ill their 'ild stale nevt-r have- lhe Eakn-r. J. L. Sniallnood. Dr.J Io. G.G. iblvrI,
orundieroineg a great change fioi its irue tihe- CoiUsiipliuii,, whilsr ninial dome-t.llelad iav- L,' u S ('lfiurhi. R H. Gamble, Ji.s-i.h B.
ory. Thei'persoal op;'niois uinthf/ idiriduol ut-as tie itsonke\, thIe r ihi, ihn liune, &c., V its,-, .rId J.iiie t Oiniond. 'iThe nomin.-iltions
who may haip.:.i to ocupti he/ the j.r.cttuiit, Cn-on-umploi isachildX u" civiltyltioi,;sr'-ti- l f iltt U-'.ihet-ena C..nvenii.mi uf Mr. CALL
chnir, ought not to cnro/lt I, act i,,n t't oa- chliflty Irrin the luss il 'ninim-trv, aund Iruil for tl.'t2res and 6.-n. BROrtN lor Governor,
press opoa qutslionrs of dbmelstic policy. ilue r fiernimiac i, duced l-v t.-.o pil- rhl:.tllimng. t' o.'i'-' r-oineided in ; fur preideiflinl ele-ctor,
ought his objections to be i/initposed 'hr-re eluxurou- living, disupiiioni, iou little exeicse, ColIonl SAMVtEI. SPEn. E' t.I lMadishon (ouontv
questionsotn Cnasit ilIutioal /ipowr hare bc-n and debliriion, dise,ie andt oieC;ipitui. t was bfxei upion by '-le inmelir-o ; GEro. %V.
settled by the r.a-io5s 1deronri tints ol Gorern- Ii there is ian\ appellation i:t w ill appive n t'ALL,.E.q all ernaitL
ment aid iacqniesentod in by the people. us as a nation. ;t i, t,,uid sliould-t'd. The R 'b
7'hird.-Upon Tlhe suij.cL C t1T he tLariff.T, the habit ot'conti-ctmngAlith cliei by' 4-opuilWijA.-riw ,,--a .O *. '-I'-''-
currency, the in.provuemi o1 our.grea .hlr- fomowntin,-ul-rimar1 s-cihtIl.-ar r.-i'o'f flwilol, i wil lie r-r.,lleried that the sale or rare
w.lovnitr, lirkeshnd1Tqa-rir'Ihe wTil of uide by nou tuiding ibemselve IPie.:- ellier aniv plants, u incili li-s ,,.-en aidvernei-d for a vteek
people, as expressed lihrough Ihe r [nepret-ina- or ltandlling'; amnd IIt l a niatter ol f:i;bl 1in a Or rt past, lakes fIlatle on lhe -i e rinO nl
lives in Congress uiht IL tobe respected and gieal degree; ltailors, sltonl.uaker-, nierchants. Wednes.lay next. The fliuwers aie u r the
carried out by [lie E\ecuiims. clerks, sludenrts .neani-st'ressn-s, in fact all vhu.-e rare. nun.-t benuiiitlul, and valltable kind.,
Fourlh.-'ime Mexican war. I sincerely occupationcauoes ihini to st.up at tlihir wvork, elmhracilnigone lihundredl .ail --veIv-six r anrie-
rejoice at the pr.-)-pe-tl of peace. My luie has or iil iet,. oral pleasure or Hni-euielitsl. Tie., avnd we -ider-tal.ii are .elat nlo-er pti-
been devoted to armn, yet I look upon war al Practuiee will ..oon make siting perfkclly than iliev cann Ie obiained Ifr in New Yurk ;
all -times and under all curcu.a[mncees aI a eren,.t v hslv nuore a lreeablei uid les i iatlueiung and doubile-s lh,-se who have ac ale in asch
national calanmri.y, to be avoided ils compialble taln a siloipitig p..tur-. T. p p. rns predis- nmaiira will avail Inhempellve, awih navidity o1'
with naionimrl liotiur lie priciples o our posed to cirlumptioti,-e. .i I.e enis a, regtdls ihe opp.,lriniiv c ffre-d firr ratiihtIng iheir love
Govetininean uis tell its its Irue policy, are tp. i rilin or re.idliri dicsk ae of' ihe great-stian im,- lur re hulilul rri--ations -'f Nat;ure. We un-
posed to the sibjuiga aii, o c-lher tiallons anid pornahu-e. IIu it kiiz lie clies. -.lioulld lie car- der-rtind, alno, that lhe Ladles conleumphilP
the dismemibernienl olf ulier cuui nle h' i con- nedI prnudlv erret anf d -trm.ghl, the -op o" i -ivinT, for' the .be-inefit ol' ihet Presbyvierian
quest. it tlhe lingunae of lthe rre \IWash- pointing rather bark tarl- e uhan fur' arrl.. i hurehi oin I\e W lnesda',. -ln -FEAST-al wltieh
ihgton, \ Why should we quit ourown l-o staid The North Amnerimf nn liiduajn, -wl o never nntv be f.oundt isnh,.fl'boil andiflesh-urakes. lie
on fbrei ground ?" Ii thie Mh-\i min l ar our had r.,na-unplli,. are remark-m.le for their per- aid .oswecetineand-Loti-o Veralre' a aelappm.f tr in
national honor ha. b-'en vnidi-,:aed. anop' v in- leq-ilv ereel c rightlil walk. Ntxl to id i,. i h I. l -ouil evprv tsile-ti-rlnt lhe.ee'g eidv -gourzmand
denied, and uii decialing terms oli ppeii? n e may vastly iuport..mTi'e is the cinsourpiive io breailie (il iliefe'are ian.v.'uw'R.)f!afto vih'ne? atticks
well aif.rd mo he lIbrLearing and even magnani- oiell He should rhiake" m p.'taice ohlhtlitl- '1 h,[-1e "legionit' of'.,-eritAifsillrliu -dbri-, eft
aBou, to our fallen foe. Il,og brearhliuS i.,ukinT i i all rl.ui nr lire lear, .ina. n iwaV, loilml u of Lie dctl-.rP ladc wh.) orlv
These are my Oniijra uron the uhjecip hold t iihe lchet-a. lonal- p,.issible. Ol go- nibhble ocniioiiunallyam ilhice ofreke or i, iai-
referred to by young; end any repurts'or pubhi. minu ito Ilie i-.Id air, ini.i...id i"-hrinliin. fItcuio. ifled wviih a ,-ruar pluni.
cation-, Written ot vethal, tirin ay -ource, di-, dll n, draw in a Ioton bieaih otl le tpure cold air.- We lxpee-tl i P-e- evert hi.rd therpe-tmd thi
teihig in any ee-entinl pariicuilar irom wlihal is Do tLhi a huindlei d l iesO a d.ay if ou have ann .11 will pursalm-e ni berallv. ot' Ihe.r cale, :,naI
here wrtteiun, are uriaui'h.nrized aind unirue... s.mptrmons ol' we.k lungs as *. i ill euei,.-u.-- roniniitC-onl to be excelled in -t-eetne-;s h
'-do nolt know that I haull .again write upon. hiuld ouu have a -.lil cold,be in lithe flublu oW ih- dita r heid.-rs-. \'e hope [liat norne of tihl
the subject ol iinatlunal politics. Ihihll nggae drawing in a full chlsi c'fair. .lintel. ot'b,.-irding-hionsei in U.,wn will think
tn iro AchelhPS, no coinbitttions, no inlrigues. Luxuriou.- leather-s orSo,- n bed, tsibuod be of lineiarig i an\ dWainer on We.linday.
If the AIuerican people hate not cPwiimleGi-e In avuide'.,a-s they grfa'itlv tind li n [Temiriate iluf .
me. hey ought- not ,io ive nie their suff.ia s, system and reducei'he sireng;ith. For this rmla-' SIPrWRcc K -- B i- letter pnhbli-hrid in the
II they. do not. you Know nme w-l enough to sun beds bhtyuold be elatic b-ul ralh.r hrin and p, A.ousni., Herhld. o% % ,.-arn niat Ihe wreck
believe ine ihen Ideclare I shall be c,,,'ierL.-- ltatli, .Ira wrbeCi hair nllrahse.. liese on ii. ol a vsgeti. f7e0 or 80 to.i was wathe I on rlek
I am too old a soldier to murmur againtf such leaiheribeinre iio1 ; a most fexrelle,. nmire-s, hnacli a -oni d.acenm nurih o'ftmaiplapee, and
high a 'Tlho ify. al. YLOR. is.nid y c tiar Hou tlien hsk ir sht'-t- df ha t he-LdoIEs t-" emh r-pe-ars mina r- 'id-
'u oapt. J. S. ALLISON. hIdlon-cori,. [ Iirat itn-t-i'iez -.Ilu in' Italy-- .latePlad been aken therlioni.- The nqne of'
i .... ..i i n Be they are dPhghl'ul.t-, uldejc.pi-n'iuonats arc thie wrecl, iar- li0 nearly oblierared o.be real
I6i- -. A rpun.ier wolf wd shodt in Bed- generally the best es. ciP.ro ru. bir n.l theand re l clueW juld be redl on boar as to
lord cuurniy, V a., onu Thlurday, thle 15lih ul.- should he cuilrriiblway-i'ii bae-'Dri.- b. rSat. ai wh -he va,.as
He had'been prowling aboui he niuhliborhood Fi'tch on Consur ptio'np .
for nine nlonilis, nnd during rlhaia priid killed The (ircuitl Courr'for -ad'-ri .Coun-
about Licc.Ul.. rn.jldd s4ieoep-ian--t'%t-raI cotws UNUSoTE-TrS TIONLuqI B cmtEN mr.LtNCE -Recenly, iv, cI'mnienees it. Spring ''ern n6fi Monda\
and young crtHe. He hqd been shot at I .,bout an unrinown individual in MNiasisaihu;eiti, gdFie nsxi-Judge BALrzELL pre-iding. -
one ILk timehii;, bu ulntis escaped un- lI.l0 tulards Ibundi,2 a Stae lefrni rm .
harm V' \rlisvf'loltfrhisouri breed, S,10,t00 inoiebncondiiun lhatl iheSlitae would EARLY.-\\'e received.-the.finrast of TIhe week,
entireR 14 i. Lad a neck -.lke a lim. -it make a sitilanrapp opricai r.; wh-i.l his lten fronill tie g.irden of Gemn. C .H. DUiPoNr,
qi'e.tTri-i li'ceit sixt inches i1 lengilJi, and. dofie: nd now, twiitlminn I lew a'-. s, ilne s maie large, wt-Il ripened andul d-licioui, FIG. Extra-
toui frlftfi ,i. Itis -uppos-d to be i.des,-en-- princely.-belmevirleit hrs furniomlid ihie addltioo. ordinary hor the firsi of May. even for Florida.
dant olfthe'l amuus wull'f .hot by Generdal PuI- at-s' "m-S otf'$.500 to this State Instiui4Oiri, Ior _. "
tnam- ... Ithe.prp4.xcof enht, ging Ithe iarm acecomniiodao- CuNtI.R t)rTH.-A ere n name, John
FaTHER MrATeHw 'Co,%ic OvcR.-The New tS D' rhap, Vk Hr st aite i ece A O It own of Riga, N. Y., in asingular manner.
o rHerahrl dSIlalhI.letter vi-received AN OLD VTEraN.-'here i, a prner now lie wa irntoxieai,d. whet- .,nue at an aslery,,
bfr a -thegreat enperna n e i -c e ren re-lihuig in VWa-hiri'tonl who Il-is been elinn and on looking lior him n:x morning,. he Wa.
bya difief. al eninnr.at t, ut, whm fIVpe lur lo53ears. He twas engaged in.the lait found to hanve fallen baekwsrd, imno a large
c\y .t- -irian1 .e .at. Rosoit ,hich wI-ir, foueh 4 at ime battle ..I Nurth Potnl ; assist- poiath eltie iwo-.Il rds lull olnfvrv sironl4y.v
aites. slis .' o coi Pg l_ I, lhe o'hi.o' of c no l'.bhr-hi tlie fndeperrlence A,, Buenu. and completely eatePrn ip from his head to lh
Sejitet'ib R..He iniHt ntod to Hoe, no has Ayre-, V,.,-nsueln. :mnd Mir-xc,, an.lhuntd.,tie thigh;, scarcely a pinnfcle ,f'lihe bones being
hi-visri in, --mime ilu. d hi itin- A si-- Ce-k Tiii in IS-3d. H.- Is.accoghugmu th^lelhtI! In is suppocd he "ell aasleep while lean-
vereinflm,oza iii: Leen ilhe.ma.npe ,le o he difi. Saturday N. is. as acivlyas tver., He beart >nnS against the arlh upon Whbh the kettle was
euht'. 1 the'Pitsbu g typo. elevated.

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'Pipierry Mid;i.hadi itr'e ngain,
Siih -kil's -ereriint id clear ;
\'l,.-n eo:%- ,lps gn, lie iulip train.
.* Wnd'liy'tclni h .'ppli~ir.
y n.gi lt,., hivilorn, pale -pfintroie,
)aI .'y iiind iilei,
-AnTd-lie 'rlie' swevrpi't tlowif tlhat blown,
vr arrc-ter Iliginonette.
One ol'ihe mnanr inie-hurored, iniStilUlins,
handed down hi. us bv ,ur anaeors is of' Merry
Old Ent:lan]d, was ie ub-tLiv'arnce tlf the first.
ul May i i ..n annual wel.:0om' to Ireturning
spring and retivin- n.iturc. The origin ol'
ihis out.,.in i, iiol known. It w'i;, hu\ ever
douhiles. int,.n,.led asrisi i\pkre saiiin ol graiitude
to the great author "of nature wtho presides
over the revolving ,-asoniis. ho brings abuut
eped-inie and hlavesi, and \\ho causes the
teemmg elrrlhi oreward abundantly ihe laiors
ol' Ihe anixu.u- hni-bmianiimn. T'uP .riginidl
inld l o.'lea'.raling ;h-. day "as t ery dirfireni
from lliht ul'hlie prcselll. T['lie illiae uiaideiis
ol the old. n time \\ere a'euunmedl to select
froni ainon~ tnhenimselves ille ne mi ,s disiin-
,iui,'lid I.: r her beauty ri and an ble qualitie
;rn'd living be nio ed tnp...n her tlie insignia i.f
Mfay day ro'vhrltv', riror n and cepire of flowers
o10 render hi:r -urli hcnage as the occatiun re-
quired. The MNayl pole and ihione were erec-
led .I tLie vill:IPe greeni, a b.uniifHul repast was
pro% ided and llite timpe was pent in dancing
and fenir 3nig.
At the present day this celebration has de-
volted alihosi enrirtely upon the ntuber, of
our -clools iinJ acadenlies,, lhus 2i1vii, iti more
el'an rintelletrial tl iaraclf-i reiidertno ii a clas-
I," ..l.-rI'rv itu'e 'in l :,kiin t 11 a ln nl\ and a so-
tiate in ilie b.et-.'-dcat-c ofedueil',n Tatere-
are seasonr v. htii the uoinh:il nind needs
rellaxliun anid rp,-.;e iand houw peculiarly ap-
proprfiale is i, nl'iter a % tinert slitit in inipnse
in ertilal rp. Il;a iion,-at ll, e p t.rfili of Sd priln ,
w lin the air l- filled with i th" pprl'ine ol flow-
ers. and lthIe tuo Is re,4uurid ii th- lie rifeody
of bird;, to pefilirt Ihen to li.v aside their
hliooli a udend t rne.o-e llienirnelves flor a
d Eiv inidm.l the ru'r-c .iiid idulelt i Sl rating"
and lu01 xuife on lie li,ad. i les of nature.-
\Wheieter b gianii.g tliii an innocent indul-
Lrence like IhIl tecan manage Io, -calter a hew
li..,,.er, in ilh.ii railiwa.) up llie rug2ed hlll ol'
knot leile. tI sol'len it, a-per ics. and cheer
LheiI on, %te tiioul]d not reluoe it.
On tihe M:i, day Iwhs ich 'h-is .ut passed ihe
iltudeiits o'nour n'ailer n orseiitel ihe usual
exPsrisesn Hd fesini ties, rind llhrlr deporinmenl
wa III.-lhl' crediitable both lo liernisi-lves arid
to tiih irn-ilunin.
TraE sLtl-M .I'r tLLtiTN.--Hit iil lfears the
Lird ol" hrii ent aiinl Ie:itli, iirn ain kin hisnily
before hiun, and thankrlul lav.ay hold of tihe
ine-s 'e. of!' redcipii.t in b Jeu;- Chrisl, and
strie. lut e.pre.-.n thi Linkiulries by .nhe sin-
cer.qiv.-oFr h lrewn'4eflial ii iurrow ,, il nlil his
uu %l Iiheii lie coi ; lion -.fh \i-is duty, that
uralk w.i'lil'uly in i lie denial ol lhinisell, and
I.irf- nut ie ild to any IluIr Ur kni-wn tin ; he,
ilithat if he liils in l'lie lasi neaaurei, i iei!e-ss
ill h hhia mU de hi- peaer by truI- repenlance;
Sli i iru e it lis primni- ,, juit in his d#al-
innp, elihriiable to the poor; -itie"ri, in his de-
v.,iton. that %Ill not deliberalilv dishunor Gocd,
although v. ilh perl'ifet s curilv Irri an lemporil
puni.ln eri, Il-,at lia- his lopes and' li, c iunver-
slaon ii heaven, Ithl dire nIl do anvhitig uon-
jui-llv, raliluoughl ever sou iniuh to Iis advance;
nil aill this l)r-eiu-ue hr -o liril\y btlieve- Him
itlhl is invi-it-le. aind lt:ir3 h'lin be[ au-, he
loves hini-l "eir- hi an welll f..r l [ii so .idn .s
as hi grealness-suc,i a an, hetller he be
.in Epi, .-opalian or a Prh lcriain, ann ndeperin-
cdpe'n or Ana-Bapii; ; hliith, r lie wear. a .ur-
plie or tlone t; ihelher he inka-l, at the cotis-
unlJnon, P'r lor rycbnsc.iie.ee..sa.lwm-ifrand. or'sit,
ie hath the le' or HI-rai ir dhimn and that
lif a -s in liimn,.'and till conl'orm Ins s..iil to
ihe image ol'hi,. .1-t iiur, aind go aloti with
liu t.. C-tern;it, nowvi iliolainding hi- pra icen oi
things i- ditfertin. On illeollner side, il'ai .in
I'ears iloi lie eierr.al GJod, commits ,in with
prctliiniptnl, car drink to s exices, lie. swear
vainly or lilsl l, looct ly br-;,k his promises,
sih a manti, aliliUgh lie can ry down Biehup
or Presby.i-r ; although lie be re-bapiised eve-
ry day, or decla n ,t,'a.ins i a H her-f-y : tnllio
lie nh'i all ie Lewt, or hi riot out o' prelehce
ot avoidin: sn iber-liloun- yet, nolwillisitrfdin'g"
these and a thousand l'oie i-\rtl'rn-al coinfor in-
irbseor z iliuts opio si"hi'ul('itien lite tianis the
Lireft .r iELiOC .-A.-Ch-ief Juslice Hale.
SPoRrtING iini EDGE ToOuL.-TIe Corl-
Aind CL-'uny (N-w York) %\ ioig t.:.nihlns Ihe
li'mliWiiig caril, Ithceli exp aina. p .{ -
\\ heri-eas, a rpoits im-Trblalioni Iha ,at.
a donati. n visil held in my b-Ihallr ithe house
uf S,hla; Cunirintsr, I married Charies Lanfler
anid Angeline H(EIen. ltfi)j i- 0o ceirify that
in r eprmterlZ.pai o0l the marriage eere tony
itlie tihe above natned persons tere before
nite I did not inlend it as egnal, and did not
benlteve tliatl hey had any such intentions, but
regarded it as an aniu',enistie, ora joke, and
regret ibha any tire di,.poteid to make anvlihang
more ol' it. F. HAW.LET.
Preble, F Ib. 23, -S49."
AN ARTFUL CREATmaRE.-S-nr otI Mr. Jones
by r rt-runniiZ. He was a timid 'vounq Inan
find very bA.lilhfil, and iid not come up to the
scratch, as my broiher Jack calls itl ; so, after
two ior three Irtiers had pas-sed between theinm,
-he showed ine a letter :lhe hbd rit-f, him,
aind tihe artful creature spelled ier Christian
name with two i'se( Shniith 'read-.larrv Ann
Smiih.' and the por creazbru rook the hint, and
did marry Ann Smthi. -





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FRESH EBGo.--'Mr. Tribune: Having often
heard that Lime Water would preserve eag.s5
fresh for a length oftime, I have t, sled the firct
by experiment. About the middle of lst Oc-
tober, I ni\ed some lime and water, ..n.l when
settled, I poured offlthe clean water into anooh.
or ve-.sel and put a fresh egg into it. On the
13th of April I took it ou ol ihe line wVaer ifr
examinatiion. I boiled il,ate iit,and found 1i in
every respect as perlctl as it was the day I first
put it in steep. A-. a knowledge l'f ihi, tct
may be 01o use tu 'her, vou % ill please give
this note a place in y'ur paper. J. P.
"'Ah! .Mr. C- when did you return from
Rockaway?" P .
"Just arrived sir."
Any news ?"
"None of impourtance-caug-ht a shark to-
"Ah! how long wa-s it ?'''
S' Twenry-five feei, sir"
Ho.w much did it weih ?" .
Eleven lotis and a hall "
By ibis urne the listeners gathered close
about C--., hut not a smile was to be seen
upon his countenance, or any Ihins :o denote
that he vas telling auhlt but th'e truth.
By the way, Major," continued C- .'1
forgot to lell you that we ihtd found the N. Y.
Brass Band. You recollect when I came up
last week, I told you they look their instrunimets
with lhemn, and went out in a sail boat. The
boat was seen to,'apsize, and ihev were sup-
posed'Io be lost; but when we opened the shackr
we cauctlu today, we lound them all alive and
hearly, their liquor botle, empty, and Peterson-
the bugler, -eening near the gills playing Comei
restin this &bosm .'"

Cerain butchers in the neig.hbo'rhln..d uf New
York, are in the hablt, i is charged, ofcollect-
ing ihe various dead animals nriutid tie city,
for thepurpo e oFmnakm up rhienap sa.-ages.
Two were arrested on Saturdav on suspicion
of having stolen a dead ho, and on ot erhauling
'their carl were produced ai mnad dog. that was
sIlam in the neighborhood on Tuesday week.
thus making upa deln'itiful miture oTf eIuuge.-
meat Cdr the lovers oflhat kind lf' animal

During the approach ing Presidential Can tas
T7o be F.rcltisirtel deroted to the Adcocacy
ral Dis.Diii nedta n t"f Denrcrotlic pri n'r
plt-, and the support of the ,.,iatiree
for the Presidencyo. of the "rtional Demo-
ci at i', C rtie-itiin, which will conrene ut
Bati,.rwr Jinllag aext.

T HER subscribers propoe to commence,
L on the lilth Man, a crinpai;n pap-r un.
der the- Itle aboae,h arl to continue the .ame.:
weekly. for the iermn of six itonilis preceding
tlie preatilenlial election, hicln 110 I. take place
in November next. 'rite paper will be elevo
ted exclu-ively to the discusfa.n and advocacy
olfde.io.:rmiai principles and mnieasures, andI
pledged to, lie support of thE candidates \tho0
iutdy be presented I'Or the suffrages of the A-'
merearn peciple fur the two leigheil uofftles in
their gil'. t,\ the National Denitcratic Conven.
lion which will as'emnble in B;,ltiinore in the
present month.
T E 'R M 3 :I S : '. '. '
Tli' Campaign will be edited by one of
the best politlca l writers in ihe',ouniry. It will
be printed on a M1.aMOTHr SHEET nearly twirice
the sizce o t/ie '* Dailyt Union," and folded in a
CuiivenieiLt I6 riii lor binding at
Clubs will be furnished wait six copies Iur 5.
n12 It)
20 15
.'r, OTICE.-,Nt a.rpape,.s b,/ publish-.
ing the above trogtther withithis notice, until
the fir-t i./Jivne, will te furnished with one
cipy ol' te Cnainpaiea.n'
Thle lit number ul the 4CAMPAIGN" will
be published aller the election, and will cot1ain
the otiial returns of Ihe cveva,- in every State.
W.E'ahington, (0. C.) April-210, 184-.

c Lt'A'ct '. r lote -s Co.L n a. ra f
3ia,1iufactirers of Cloths, Cassinturs and

LoNGEvIrrr O A LAND Toa-rOISE.-- e estgs, ant Dalers in Ready-.lade
learn frmnt a correspondent near Breseol, Annev Cluothing.
* Aritndel ciutiLi, that a land Tortoise wast >und TA LLAHASSEEFLORIDA.
a few days a.-.6, on the promises of the late TALLHASSEE, FLORIDA.
Gasawav Pindell, Esq with ihe initials of' A. B. CLARK. G. P. STrLLMAN.
his name -G.P., 1817," marked on its shell.1 April 15. 1948.
How old it was when it was marked is not
tktilae n, bnlt adn.ked. as i inS would -urvvpe lfor AMENDMENr TO TiHE
many p ears vet, and stown Ihatr he Tortoise Comltilltion of Ithe Slate of Florida.
lives to i agreiat age. Tirelw ol chap has. doubi-
lesa, seen ninny ups and dowas since he was *Prpensset and agreed toby the tiird Grneral
marked thirty-one ywars a.o. 4Assembly; .,rrtject to the action athe nteajt
G Irnrul Assc.nbjrj.
An frishmian was reques.te.t by lady J -. ao- .
tciourituor her pacsimn .nois antd nigzard lab- AN ACT to amend the 12.h Clause of ihe 5.h
its, to dofor Is-r some hand wurk. The job Article il'the Consirttiion of this State, .-
was performed to her complete s-sitifaction.- that -tie Jutges of the Circea Courts hall
Pat' sail the old miser, 'I must tretit ou.'t- hd their ot fies hfr a erA ol eighr.ears, in-
*God bless your honor, ma'a i.' -,id Par.- ,sead of during ..ood behavio,:r.
V% which wouldYou prefer, a glad's uf porier or ct d i o i S .
a tuntmblr of punch I ,lIn't ish o tle SEcrTION 1. BHeienactflbhy the Senate and
torublesomn, ma'ant.'said lite Him-rnian, turning oRse of RPpresentativesof the '&tv of Flor.
round and winkino as ihe thin.ribbed bullet I da in Generat .4lssembly convened 'Thia thie
'bunt IIl take theoite while you're making he 12ih c'laute of the 5th Article 01 u.ne Consti-
other.' lulion ol this Simue he so aimenided as to read
as follow-, viz : Thiat at the i.xpiatiun of the
*'Mrs.LCrimPs lend me ,our ub." Can't present lerni oloffice oi'h'judges or Ihe Cir-
do it-the hoops are off-it's lull of sud--I.e cult Courts, 'ith lite exception lihreafler men-
tndes I never had one-I wa,hes in a harrel, and I lioned, the Juisince, of tlie Supr'enie Co'rrl..ind
wants to use it mvelf-besidJes, I've lent it lt the Judges .-f Ith[ Circuil ourtl, shall be Plec-
a neighbor who ha-n'l returned it." led for a ti-rm uif ei.liht sears, and.shiall hold
their i ft.'es fIn th.al term. unles-sooiner removed
Louis Philirpe was born '. toher 6th, 1773- urider thle provisions made in this C,nsiitutii,n.
Fie is theicfore in bis sevenat-fifh tear. It.r the ren...val o01 Judes by ,deldes< or un-"

Sale of Green Iounse Plants.
A variety of valuable plants will be offered
for sale. by an a's.,cialion of ladies int
Quiney, on Wednesday the 171h of 'ayv, 'or
the benefits -f the Presbyterian Cliurch. Tle
patronage oi the Public for this undertaking is
respectfully sli.:niied

A coeinfornable DIWELLING
HOUSE, in Quiucv, with a garden,
*{ stable, and a good well of water-
rind indeed very neceessrv inimprove-
nint 10o rend-r a lot coui'rtable. Fur further
particulars, apply at Lht, office..or to
April I, 1'48. if Clmaltahoochee.

Gadsdean Circulii Colirl.
Elizabeth Miller, Comp. ) In Chancery.
Henry H.' Milller, Defen. Petition Icrdivorce
IT having been niade to appear by affidavit to
the Hon. Thomas Plaizell, Judge of said
.court, that the above named delentidnt, Henry
iH. Millet, resides out of Florida, and within
the limits of the United States, to wit, in ihe
State of Georgia. It is therefore Ordered, That
the above nqmed defendant appear and answer
the Bill of ComplIint filed herein on or before
the first day of September next-otherwise Ihe
conplainant's bill will be taken pro confesso.
It is further ordered, That this murder be pub-
lished in the "Quincy Times," a newspaper
pointed in the toaui ofQuiucy, once a week tor
the period, of three monthh.
Dated April 6, 1848.
JonN ERSKINE, Comp's Kolleitor.
A true copy: i. R.'jlarrie, Clerk.
April 15, 1818. By R. C. Lester, D. C.,

peachnament; aid fur 'wlliul nIleleil ofiduly, or
other "rans .nable cause, t hl.i h shall rnt be
uffi.:-ieni grotue. l.,r Iupfeachtmliuenti, ilheGut er-
tnor -jll reimr..ve an y oi tiem, on the address.
of two ihirdsof the General As-embly; Pio-
eided h'nruverr, That ithe cauee or ,usee sliall
be -nited ais eIt-zih in -su.:h aildiess ad entered
on the Je,uFnal uol'each House. A.iciprovided.
,.further. That ihe cause or causes shall be
notllied to the Judze so inletded to lbe renmovd,
and lie shall be idlmnned to ai hearing min his
own deft-lice, before any vole for such remeovatl
slhill p iss: and in ,uchl cases the vte shall he
laken by yeas and n yes an- eitr-red on the
Journ;ils ofeach House resliectivelv.
. SEC. 2 Be it J)itther enacted, That the.
Judges first appointed under tiis antrnded
Constitution, shall be divided by lot into four
cla-ses. Tttefrst class shall hold his or their
office or offices fur the lerm of mvo years, the
second Ior ithe termni ol lour vears, the iltird kWr
the lerm of siX years, the fourth for the term
of eight years.
[Passed the Senate by thep C.:nstitutional
majority, December 22,. 1@47. PaN.ed the
House of Representaliit.es. By Ihe Constitution-
al mn-j-.riry, January 6, 1949 ]
All Florida paper, will publish, provided not
more ihan .'20 is charged.


T HOS. H. HODGKISS& Co. havejust re-
ceived and are now opAning a General
.4ssortmeint of Spring and Sunmmer Goods.
Tne public are xrepeoflully invited to call and
exainine their Siiock.
April I, 184S.

FLuWERS.-The sweeest flowPrs ever sat-
iered in an old bachelor's pilh, are "two lips of
dj pretty'girl." B.t like the flowers in tlie gar.
.-lens of other people, he may admire their beau-
ty, but cannot enjoy their sweetness.

Time Newt-Orleaais Provision Store
Just opened at the '*MOl St/.l-il Staiid.''
TrHE following articles on hind and for
sale by Je-se W. Wildher, low Ior CASH:
Flour; Whi-key, by the barrel 0o gallon
No. 1 Soap; Sperm candles;
First quality chlewmi Tobacco ;
Cotee ; Cheese; Raisins ;
Pilot Bread ; Cra--kers ;1
Leter an Wrapping Paper;
Ink, &c, &c.
Quin.e, March I8. 1849. Agent.
.A Li4 of Letlers
EM1AINING in the Post Office, Quincy,
R Fli., on tihe first day ol April, I$15.:
Alley, A H McHond.y. rrv John
Allr-y, mrs Susan Mainiir, Johl
Allpn, W A Marlow, Rbt
Buie, Dan'l 2 Mellrtoslh, A L
Brow n. W H Moon, \V H
Bryant, Moses- McBrid, AiMrs Julia
Blaik. Neill, Melrniosh, mrs Am E
Browrning, Stephen McRaney, Hugh
B,.sI iek, nils Marthla P lullins, D H
Bradatell, Dr D Miller, miss Marv
Clark, MNI M Michaux, \Vm n
Clhuon, John N McMillan. mits Mar.
Cain, -ihaim Nay, H B
Cha.,on, John 3 Oen, nirs Isabella
Chandler. miss Matnha Paraniore, mirs Jane
i klis, Jourdea Pitts, Dot-on
Denn, W\V E Perris, Gristle
Durr, Ralph 2 Pale, Bernay
Edenfield, \ ni Prestun. Tliomas 2
Edwards, J.-in 2 Par-h. Tnios M
Forrlis, miss Jenetta Ryals. Z:archeus
Farmer, D G Ruwan,James 3
Fand, Dr T J Robinson., .onathan
Ferigus.ri, E H Rogers. Stephen 2
Farne, Thos P Ruach,,mrs Mary
Griftin, Rich M R les, Latoon
Gunn, W H Simp,on, \%'in J
Green, H P Spr-dley. Clias A
Hollanioh, David Scarborough, K MA 3
Haygood, Rich'd Smith, Mandley
lHoilday, Thomas Sitvens, P
HutJnall. T B Singleton. Charles P
Hanin-dlon, R B 3 Sliepard, Allred
Hall. Jno1 Sli-iard, E S
Hunter, J M ( Strm, \W C
Hardie-n, Seih 2 Ste'pheni, W S
He-elr, miss Amnatid I Sp-ait, L W
Hut :iinr,John Smith, Fred
Hicks, R B Smriih, Tirnirtily
H tAt, E T Smiuli, John
H irrold, miss A Slanford, Isauh
Johnson, mrs Mary A Trusset-l, J
Jones, Cliharles Thuma-, Elisha 2
June-i, mr< .Nancy Thltump-n. E A
Jouhiion, J Thotiputin, B W
Jones, Joshua Vi,.ker.-, John L
Johlitson,miis-s Reluker Wall, 1misi Mary E
Kyle, Robr E Wooilriury. "i'lotiias
Love, Alexander WVilhamnt%,mrs S.irah 0
Love, Daniel Walson, Renj E
Love, mrs Christian \Wildr, J W%
Love, mi.-- MaNy Williainm,niss A C
Leslie, Neill C Willnams, Rufusi
Lail-is. \V S 'Wade, mns A
Loper, Reuhi \VWilliluid, Jolseph
Meach.mn, Sarah A Word, Jihn
Malahews, Duncan Wheal..in, Ja.s S
MiNae, tirs Jane W Waurlirsn,N M G
MeDearrnid, Duncan WilIhaii., John A
Nf,*Call, J B W\alker, Henry
NMcEIry, L G Watlon. Benjamin .en.
Ma-liburn, Edward.L-. ood, James S
.M:yu, James Wliigl, A J

I--r Personn Win.fIg .futtthle above letters
will please say iHyeV are adv6.riscdl.
'.. ST- SFEG AR. P
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A t t or n e y at L ,a w,
H AVING removed to Chatialoocliee, Flor-
Ida, influrns his friends that he'will con-i
tinue ihe pri.ctce of Law, Qod promptpllv nl-
tend to all busine-s confided to lii, case. Office,
Ch iitthuoochee. Florida.
April 1, 1848.

Tihe ninable Sixpence preferred lto
the slow Shilling.
a'Com e and try before you buy."
T HE subscriber having experienced work-
Smen employed, is prepared to furnish
persons with
Leather, Boots and Shoes.
All persons indebted, either by note or ac-
count, are earnestly requeaed ltu come f,). ward
and settle the same, as benton mint-drops will
be received at par.

March 4, 1848.




(ext ddoor to the frice cf tK'e Quinci Times.):
T HE subscriber Tenders to his friendsa'nd
Scu-siomers his ackuiowled-iemen's for the
liberal -atronhge thie have conferred upon
him. He has located permanently, and intends
tocarry on the Tailoring buiines; in all its
various hranc:hes, and is ever ready to meet
and accommodate his old and new customers
with fa.hiur.able cutting and making of gar-
mentQ, not surpassed in ihe Souithern eounlry.
Besides frequent communications from the
most scientific tailor, in the United Slates,
lie is alko in lihe receipt of lthe Sprinig, Sum.
titer, Fall and %Vinter Parts Londun and- A-
mierc:in I;.-hiuins. Punetualily anrid disp.J.cd,
a' has been always,shall be hiis aim ando oject.
All lie work done al his stop is undtr his
inmediale superin:endence, and uarranled to
tit. The ciunug of garments particularly at-
iended o. Thie usual credit given to punctual

N. B. Persons wishing to learn or improve
themselves in ihe ar.t of'-Utring sn ill be furnish-
ed with best in-trucii.:.ns and latest rules Pub-
lished in iihe United States. A. B.

(.Ve.rt door to the Quinr y Drug Store")
M AY & HIBBERD present their ac-
- knouledge-nienis, for the very liberal
patron age.given them separately for many
years past and notice the same as a reward of
They would mont Re'pecifullv informn their
friendls,and the rvitzens ofr Gadsden County,
generally. that for the greater facilities of
busines- they have Ibrmed -a co-pnfir'ership,
andl itrst through their uuire-d e\neiience to
give general sanisfacliun to their Fiiends and
They till continue to manufacture clothing
of all ire-criptionz, on the sliorle-t notice and
in the most elegant t% Ie-equal il not superior
to any in this -eetion ufcountry.
Termrs will be muder,,te-the usual credit
t,,vrn to Punctualn curomerZ. Marked Maien-
tion ptiJ to Culling and narranled to fit if
properly made up.
N. B. IW n'-rahitd not to.di-appoint.
Application for Discharge.
N OTICE is hereby given tiai six months
Irui the date of illns publiralon, I shAill
opply 16 'the Judge ol Prol.me 1for s'bajunt.of
(.id-den to be din-tirar.ged from the further ad-
inriistr.itiotn f ilhe Etlate oflJuhi H. Tod c. e
lie of the said Cu' ,nv t'' Gids.len. .' -
HENRY \V. TOD dmr..
PerC. H. Duor --
Agent & Attorney.
Jantnary '29h, 1548. 6ni.
50 canisters Rifle, Dupont's Eagle,
500 lbs. lead, t
20 bags shot,
For sale by
REY'S Liquid Opodeldic.
Frey's Verinifuge to destroy Worms.
Frei's Aniibilious Pills.
Frey'ssHorse Powder. .
Frey's Cougl Syrup.
Frey's Nerve &. Bone Linament.
For sale by
January 29, 1848.

N L VFF.--2OU bullies bcoulh Snour
Foi sale by

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$1.000 Reward!
D AVIS & CO. have just received in addi-
. ion io heir former stock, a fresh supply
ofge-nuine Drug., Medicines, &.c.; also, Pre-
perves. Jellie-.. Cordial., Nuts, Raisins, Fi-,,
Lenion's. Perfumery. HairOirGi-, Nursig-. Bot-
tiles, Breasi-Pipe-, Soap. Candles and,'Arsia-
priltllas,-iall of "bhieh they offer to rhe public
on the ino-t rei-onable rernus, for cqh.
Persons in want ol Laudaimnun aiJd Piaragpr-
ic, ran have a genuine article .ii lie exceenntrif
low price of 5 cli. p.-r ial ; beat Ep-erim ,na-l -
10 cis. per pound.; Carir.r Oil, inirom 25o 31 50
cis. per bottle, and all otiler articles in proper.
W\e have also on hand a Cernuine Fever anti
Ague pill, wAhichi is warrenetad tocdure where
hlie directin, ate strictly followed.
April 15, \. i el9


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Wiashingioun NaIional luioinumnent..
E XTR C1' otfa leller fromrhi[ Hton. Elisha
Ju \Whiiilese', I general Agrilol'the Wah-
ington Mlonument to %nru.D. Aukeri4ge-rt for
F r ,j r i t.i :
Thie President has expressed' his consent
o us-i ap.rt .all the ground West of il'teenthb
street and. South 01' the Tiber to ithe Potonwac,
conltaintir rimeihin2 liker30 acres, Ior the
nirnnien and proiecion lIltegU'. Measures
i.1 so-.. be taken to ex:Sevate for the fournda.
ii.-n, .n-l 1 Io y it. The ceieeony of laying
the ,',rner .ine %ill btie pIrrformicd on the
l:, ithl e'f J,,i n rxi r '.ih more pomp and pa-
r.i i 1han Iniis he-en wine- -ted iTn.Ihis cily.-
%t e -I,,ll w'inti a Cmmitettee ferom Florida and
a Slate Pins'. Al-,o ,.ne front Geogina. Now
we 'a ar". ou tou Ct..ver-e %%ithr some ol your
'iqujeniances on the subjeer, and have tliem
. here. So far as we hear, the agent are doing
' ell.' -.
S-The papers friendly to the cause in
We't, Middle and East Florida, will confer a
favor by giving the above one or more inser-
tions. ,

Mr. ACKEN takes ilie liberty at this time,
of thanking the Flirida Editors, generally, for
their,hberality and pritiptness in aiding ,the
above caIuse.
Gad-tlen (Circuil (Court.
Lewis Gregory,. Attachment:
vs. Sum swurn lut, .30) 66-100.
-Michei LLni. Daniaqes, .$00.
Tr HE Je'endant and all others interested are
1 hereby noiiiii'd of lihe in-liiutiun of the
above suil, and required to plead to the de-
claration herein filed on or before the first day
of next Spring Term, or judgment will be la-
ken bv default'.
Ait'ys.1'"r Pl't'll



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S U R G E 0. N D E NT 1 $T..
S AVING permanently located in Quin-.
., FIlorida, respect fully iendeca his. sew vice; 10
tkq pqlic in the vanous branches of his pro-
feiuiori. Fioi his experience an.) -uccess in
practice; he feels assured ofbi.eing able to please
1hose who may patrouise hIu. Dr. B. refers
the p41l.,e to 1,0 .
col. W. 7'. Soc ton,, 6rj.M. W.Davidson,
,rt.-, i. IAt.ehty. Dr. RI E.Little,
Office dver Tho'fl. H.dgkuss & Co.'s Store.
Ladies waited on at their residences as usual.
Quincy, Feb. 26, 1848, tf.

SSurg e on De nt is t,
rTAVI'NG permanently located in Quincy,
"- will be pleased to wait on those who may
need i ptoefessibnal Cseriices. His prices
are moderate, and., his work warranted to
Ladies will be waited on at their residences
if preferred, without extra charge. He may
be found at Nathans' Hotel.
Feb.26, 1648, ch*

HIAVING Permanently located himself in
It Quincy, offers his professional service.1to
the etcizeqs and vicinity. Henav befound atths,
Drug Store of DAVIS & LICKINSON, or
at his residence hal mile e from tow$n, when
not professionally engaged.
.Quiney, Dec. 18th, '47-3m.

FPator and Comminssion MIlerchant,
Apalachicola,' Florida.
VA .'Aoll coons sent to me at Apalachico-
la,,eiiher for sale drshiplnent, will be lurward-
ed though the warehouse at Chaitahoochee,
free of charge. B. S. H.

Attorney and Counsellor as Law.
W ILL attend the Courts of the Middle
Circuit of Florida, and the Suiperior
Court of Decatur county, Geurgia. His lime
is devoted exclusitrely to the legal pro-
WVatch and Clock Maker.
C ONTINUES to repair all kindsof Watch-
es, Clocks and Jewelry, at the old shop,
opposite Baker &, Co.'s Store. The public
may depend upon having any work entrusted
tolhis car e'xecied as. well as it can be done
inai.ayhop.ia tihe..laited.States. Old Patent
Levers altered to the most approved niodern
Detached, and Horizontal dot, altered to Du-
Those indebted to him 'will please to call
.and pay up... ,
N. B. Terms cash in all cases.
Quincy, lau. 29, 1847.
,A Few More Left !"
TOULD also inform iis customers and
the public generally, that lie still lives
in Quincy, and may at all times be found at his
old stand, read to manulacture and repair all
kinds of vehicle, such as Carriages. Rocka-
ways, Buggies, Sulkies, Waggons and Wheel-
barrows. .
From his.long, experience in the business.
and the satisl'etion heretofore give ,, he hopes
to retain the patronage hitherto so liberally be.
stowed on him. He his on hand a o,)dri Jup-
ply of seasoned timber, and a number olf g,,od
workmen-so that his eustoiners niy rely on
having their work well done. And if any job
of'his fails in materials or tuorkinan-hip in 12
months fomn the tinie it is turned off, it will
be repaired free of charge.
His.charges will be ois moderate as thor e of
Say coNpelent workman o in tlie South.
Economy is IWeallb."
lie .saslso in his employ a tirst rate Coach
Trilinier and Saddle and Harness Maker.-
Persons can have iheij old thddles and carria-
gas repaired and trinimued-at a reaouahble rite,
to last as.long a ne onev ones wit-hout repairing.
Q.uiii,.cy, Jan. 20, 1848. lyr.

AT arftabiice -tfiBo ft on tr Sale.
erms THEi subscriber offers .
for asai his plantation silu.
jiji|aled-on the Chattalloochee
S Rfvet r 6 sMiles above Lihe
To-wnol Chattaliotcchee containing Eighn liun.
dredacres. Thliere are upon the palace two very
good-d-weilings, with all necessary out huiliu-
ings-Gin Houss. and screw situated about fif-
tyyards from one of'as good landing, as there
is o the wive entirely ab.we hiigh waire'. The
above inlace can be Bought on the lowest of
lerms. "The subcribuher will lake pleasure in
showig-lthe aboe plantation at any time to
any who may wish to purrhar-e.

February 19, 1848.


Bible Bibles.! !
HE 'Depository of time Gad-den County
J BibleSpcie'y is kept at the Store ofJ. C.
Gun, *hAr* B'ibles aind T-iamren'nitfvariu6.
e,.l-n asitlprice.tare.k.--pt-consi4a-riily on hand,
m6I0-r saleMcatosi io the city of New-York.
%'' "> *- *. *, o -1

09.u i H A V E just received and
ort~'r for s:ile al their Dug a
Surr opfruosilte the Ma.rket j l
.t _, H.'ue. a well -elected stock i ,
r' A 'I-' ri -

ik. mt | | _.1


Trusses Sing.
4 Dub.
Tooth Keys.
Nipple Shells,
Sprintg Lan,-1
All um,
Bateman's Dri
British Oil,`
Maicaboy Snur
Scotch, "
Balsom Copav
Bark Peruviat
Harlem Oil,
White Lead,
Bl'k. "'
Croam Yelloi
Terna deSiena
Verdigris Dry
Lo.wuo-l Grc
Turkey Unib'
Vandvl-e Bio
Rose Pink,
Lamp Black,
Pumis Stone

Shaving Soaps, 'Shaving Brushes,'
Toilet Hair "
Hair Oils, Tooth .
Perfume Bottles, Coloane Water,
Lavender WWater, Todth Paste, '
Tooth Powder, Otto. Roses,
Black Ink, Wafers,
Blue Sea ing Vax, i
Red : Bluiniig Snd, i '
Port f ins, Pure, S taratus.
Porter, London, Soda,
Mustard Salihetre,
Vinegar. Cinamou,
Olive Oil, Pepper,
Starch, Spe "
Ginger Ground, Ginger Race'
ALSO, a good assortments of Patent Medi-

Thumb Lanceis, (Evans),
Gi i r "' -
Syringes Metalic.
1 *' Glass, -
Trepanning Instruments,

, Number Six, -
ops, Castor Oil, .
Cream -Tartar,
Rheubarb (Turkey).'
Jalap, pulverised,
rf1 Ippecae
Sup. Carb. Soda,'
Epsom Salts,
viaf Copperas,
Quinine Sulph., *
Morphine "
na,, Iodine,
Seldlitz Powders,
Soda '
Venietian Rid,
Spanish Brown,,
SYellow Ochre,
w, Patent Black,
na, Annatto,
, '' Varnish Coach,
iond, Japan,
r, '" Black,
wn, Sp'ts Turpentine,
Lin.eed Oil,
Spurm "
Prusian Blue,
Indigo,, .
Sand Paper,,

ciiis and CONFF.CTIONARIES. Personrts alwavsstudiously avuidingany thing like a par-
wishing a good article will do well to call and izan hias.
examine our stock as we have a little of every. Foreign and Domestic News.-Our position
thinigin our line. affords us uncommon ficilines for obtaining
Quincy, Dec. 8th, '47-3m. the latest Foreign and Donmeics News, and
LOTNr D nM rm & Co.'s we shall not fail to present to our readers a
List o Are il t r itcaO.s comprehensive-and well digested sumiuaij of
L i s t 1 ,,oI . r e i g A P e r' S l ai lls b ..i ., I .. ...bo.. -I
7'he London Qu rtirly Rerie,. To the.Ladies.
The LEdinburg Rely Rer, e We needIonlv say that the departmentdevo-.
The Ed sinnstrerg Reriet', ted to their edificalion and enitertainnmeut will
'/ehe tt je.stller R'riew, continue under The management uf our accom-
The North British Rriew-, plushedaunI talented friend, Kale .-,rehell,
Ba r Ad. NDi 1 whose gracepful itnd sprizhll3 pen has already
Dla,'kod Edu Magaie. rendered the Western Conlinent a decided fa.
vurite with our 1-Itdly readers.
rpHE above PerodiJcl are reprinted in. major Jones will contu ue to preside over
h t "e B rtti-h Steamer-, in a beatnhiful clear the Humorous Dvpirtment, in which he will.
endeavor to amuse wi-hout offending the'taste
type, on fine white paper, and are fiihlm'ul cop- of hts mnu tastidi-u-;readers.
,es olthe "rgirals-B"ackwood' Magizire be. Jtvenile depart,,ntt.-Attention will he
ing an exct Jac-siniile of the Edinbu-g edi- paidol 0 eant a emente and insructionof the
The pricesf.e re-priis are less than loe little people, hy thejudicious selection ot suita-
The pricesqfh i blre-priis are less than one hie rtter. "
third of thoseof the foreign copies. and while Letters from llshinon.An able corres-
they are equliyv well golb1, they afford alli that pndeni haF been engaged to keep the readers
adva. ,age to the e er the English of the Continent thoroughly informed .of all
rea r.ERMS: import ipt movements at \W'as.hington, during
1K the Se-sions of Conrress.
Payment to be nmadr iit advance. TERMS : Two dollars,payable in advance;
For any one of the 4 Reviews, 3 00 pr an. Three copies for 1 year, or I copy 3 years. $5;
For any tiao, do% 5 00 do Seven cope. for 1 year, ,510; Twelve copies'
For any tree, do 7 00 do for I vear, 515.
Forall fourof the Reviews, 8 ,00 do A liberal discount will be allowed to Post-
For Blackwoo.I's MagHzine, 3 00 do masters who will do us the favor to act as
For Blackw oid &ilie 4 Reviews, 10 00 do agents for the Continent.
Remintances and C,.,mmun;cations mu-i be All Conmmunieations to be addresed'(poost
made ina ll rases without expense to the Pub- paid,) to EDITRoa'0 STErRN CON'rTINET,
lishers. he lornierimiat ;ilw she done thro Ballhimore. Md.
-a Posimaster, by handing him tie amount tot 'e
remitted, sending his receipt' by mail, post paid; ACE, Cinnamon,Cloves, Nutmiegs,
or Ihe mItnvvy may he enclus-d in 1a letter, post- ll Spice, Ginger. Pepper, Salnr.,tus,
paid. dir-cled to the publisher.. S' arch, Indigo Blue &c.
'* All r.:.nutiuniationssh.-uld ihe addressed For sal- by
(post paid,) to H. HODGKISS & Co.
LEONARD ScOTT, & Co., Publisher;, ,
S112 Fulion St., New Y rk. SHIRTS and D1R A WERS.
S1- 0 doz. worsted and silk shirts,
Administrator's Notice. 3 doz. pair drawers. -
SIX Months afier;date, i .hall apply to the For sale by "
v Hon. Judge of Probate for Gadsden Cnun- T. H. HODGKISS & Co.'
yIV, florlenres ,.fdi-nmissiin from tthe Adrminis. F 0 R s A L E
tration ofthe E'tate ofJames Perrie, deceased, A GOOD TWO HORSE \VAGO -'and
laMteofsidounty. 1A, .HARNESS., bot i nearly new,. Fr fdr-
JAtM S A..-MeTLLAN. Adn '. her information, applv at this office.
Quincy, February 5tb, ).l$. ti .Quinry, Dv5nb49r l, 184t7.

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.4 So.'tthecrn faotily neirspqperof Ath largest
size. .\e'titral "in politics ai4 religion.

cniti'b av
6' a J of Pineville.

countered all the olhsicle- incidieal to
,the early stages of newspaper enterprie.-, and.
has triumphantly overc,-me them. We con-
Aratulate ourselves on being able to lay before
'our Subscribers the Prospectus for the ihird
Volume, which we enter upon with every pros-
peetof increased useftlnes and continued
-prosperity. It has been lie desgnii of the Pro-
prietorof thil Continent to furn I-i his readers
with a Fa inlyv Journal, in every way aecepta
hble to the Southern public. With this view,
he has maintained in his paper the highest
standard of literary excellence, never resorting
to the deceitful satemenis, catchpeinn artili-
ces, and ad cap/andin tiombast so much in
vogue with certain ephetnera'l publications of
the day, preferring to rest his claims to Popular
Favor upon the intrinsic merits of his Journal.
He has steadily opposed, with all the ability
hpb po-sesses, every species of Social Fanat-
"ism, froin the idle reveries of dreaming Fu-
rieri-m. to the dangerous' machinations of
Aboliloiiism and Agr.rianiiisn. On the con-
trary, he ha, endeavor-dl iI all Departments of
his paper, to inculcate the Purest Moralii.v and
Lo!tiest Patrioninm. Ip pursuing this course.
he has encountered the oppusitiuon of the envi-
ous, the truck ng and the time-serving; while
on the other hand, hbe has received the cordial
approbation and liberal support of the enlighit-
ened, pairint.: and discerning public. The
Western Continent is the only paper of its
class which is devotedto the advocacy of South-
ern interests and the indication of Southern
itights. While the Editor has never lost sight
of those interests, or faltered in delence of
those rights, he has never wantonly assailed the
the inLere-is 01 othier'seciions, or offended the
feelings of those who honestly differ with him
in opinion.

We have made ample arrangements, and flat-
ter ourself that %e shall be able to render the
Cottinent Mtill more deserving of the patronage
of tihe readii g public.
Poetical Department...The Western Conti-
nent already numbers among its regular co.n-
tributor.s some of the most popular poeis of the
day, whose effusions will continue to lend their
charms to its colujmns.
Aliscellany.-Particular pains will be bes-s
towed upon this department of our paper. In
po-session of ample resources, we shall be able
to furnish dur readers with entertaining and
instructive matter.
Political Iutelligence.-We have secured the
services of a gentleniman fully competent to
manage this peculiar feature of the Continent,
who e care it will be ntgive a weekly synopsis
of all important political events, election re-,
Sturns. nominations. action of political bodies,

IS published every Saturday, by C.J. Bartleit
at two dollars :pr annum if paid in ad-
vance, or three dollars at the end of the year.
Advertiserments inserted at,75cts. per square
(of 10L nes) for first irserlion and 50cts. for eve=
ry. subsequent one. A liberal deduction made
for .those who Advertise by the iyear. Ai
nouncements of candidates -or i fices inserted
for $4 00 paid in advance.
Job-Work executed with neatness and des-
patch. .

OlN the first of January will be issued ',he
.first number, of a- Nv Volume of the
HOME JOURNAL. It will containn the coti-
tmencement.of an 'Original -Novel, ofgreat andt
peculiar interest, from a distinguished Ameri-
can pen, entitled -Passages in the Life of a
Refugee ofihe Revululiot; nr C ruises of an
old Sailor: Loered frum the Recollections of.
Landsman ; founded upon actual i ccurrenceis
in tlie vicinil) of New-York during the Revolu-
tionary War. With suime eventss itnterior to
and during the Warol 1812."
A clergyman from Tennessee called on us
recently, and informed us ofa custom of his,
(which w.e venture to recommend to our -reade
crs,) %iz:,to make a subls ript;on ltothe Home-
Journal a New Year's Present to his lady
friends ; foi. ih this way he both gave then
continual pleasure and instruction1 and was
himself, as 'he "giver, agreeably brought to.
-mind every Saturday.'"
I As to the characterrofthe Home Journal, we
cold quote a hundred friendly notices to sustain
our:assertion that it is a wholly peculiar pa-
per.' ,One of the Editors, from his long res-i-
dence abroad, and his intimate acquaaintli-ce-
with France and its brilliant literature, is entm-
bled to give weekly, from French papers and
correspondence, a sparkling sketch of "the at
I musing news and gossip of paris." -Mr. Wil-
lis gives, also, at the moment of prominence in;
public interest, -,personal sketches of public
characters," and aikes occasion. -wih a walch-
ful eye upon the agitations of this great t.e-
trdpolip, to give graphic sketches of the. "stir
ring scenes in New York." We intied, here-
after, to give more attention to one feature of
our paper, and make continuous3 what.we have
found orcationally very attractive, viz: "a
chronicle of the news for Indies," selecting,
trminslalinig, deseriling, and seeking cut infbr-
irtation olf, not only the "fashions and fashion-
able guoip, but of the many matters ihatinterest,
the sex most curious as to Life and Literature.
Wl.ile we shll present to our readers, ol'course,
'I the facts and outlines of' all news," we shall
leave the details ofl'polics and heavier matters:
to the dai!y newspapers ; and in nolicig pub-
lic amusement-, te shall give only the "novel-.
ty and sparkle of iheatrical- doings." In opr
literary department, we shall aim at "sketches
and readable giliicisin," and, in our condensa-
tiuns of the Tecund pzoductiins uf* tm-twvpst
newspa-per world of England, we shall taim to
avoid the tiresome, and the local, and transfer
to our columns the pick of "English informa-
non and brilliance," while e .saall endeavor
to select wilh true sens of'-pure moial.,, true
wil,and genuine humor In, short, we may,
promise our" Family Patrons" that in our pa-
per they shall find all that is necesshaiy iena-
ble them instructively to keep pace with the'
Srld ;" and while they devote the restof the
week to their cares and pleasures, thet shall,
in the Home Sournal, and a "Saiuida,'s-Re-
view of ihe world's Progress.
To remedy the evil so much complained of"
viz:-bad print and unsightly paper, the pro-
prietors of the Home Jourpal have determined,
at any outlay ofe care and cost, to produce an
ornarniental parlor newspaper." An- unusual
price is paid for the beautiful paper it is printed
on, the type.is enjireJy newi, .and the printing
is done upon the presses ofan office unequalled
in this country for enterprise and tact Con-
sideiing ihe cost, it is '* the cheapest American
Periodical," and none will deny that it is "much
ihe niost elegant." ",
As we shall publish a limited edition, those'
who wish to begin with the beginning of the
year. will oblige us by forwarding their sub-
- scriltion, without delay.
TERMS-Two dollars a year, or three copies
for five dollars, invariably in advance.
The HOME JOURNAL is sent by mail to all parts
ofi he United Stales, the British Provinces and
in Europe, done up in strong wrappers, with
the utinmot punclualily, awid dispatch.
Snhicriptions, orders, remittances, and all
communications, must be addressed (post paid)
-o the Editors GEO. P. MORRIS,
N. P. WILbiA
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The future numbers of" Dombey and Sdn"'
will be sent to ourbbscriberc in tatra'nt-ets.
without raitra charge.



iHOS. H. IHO6D0tKISS hay'0 .jt
I received, a'l'd nrg"ow opening a g.pmqra!
assortment of seasonable goods. ... .
It wouid tbe a tax on time to enumerate the
different sutyjea aind patLerns m: slffiqe, it tosay
that every arlicle of their stockk is of asiLyle and
quality to suit the most fastidious, and will be
sol] very low forCASH.
For Sale 'v

Loafand Crushed Sugar,
20 sacks Coffee. For sale by
T. H.HODGKoIoS,,&Cb..