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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 19, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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frets icli we make a very few of the day, as be poked his hand into the square 1
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safest iet'itatioO Rkou' hobgoblins,phantoms, SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1848. rOLl HI-NO. 31. me in Ibis Jroeryl' I-
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slip i 2(, ofwhich: can be accounted .. -- 'Nam sir t
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nces srt all, perfectly verified as actual and died, poor fellow, America, on that very IIi'Dm DeBoie't Commercial Review for January, noles, after a str'ggle of e.rll30 years, facility of water communication, the fertility science JSamph., my name I'm in from the Wabash- a a'irh 1

ouet As the budget is large, and I.I..yeatl. day."' Florida.BY \ r forced to yield to I beij were: of its soil and the low price of its lands, that itaflbrds \\ peaches and such cus.'ed, all .

fV jg unalU we are constrained to pot The most remarkable point in that story is THE IION. G. R. FAIRBANKS. nearly all transferred beyond the Mississippi.i stronger inducments' lo"tht propectisesettler town this I reckon don't(/grow \bar.fn t

[ specS fcss possible of ihe matter in the brie. its localism ; so to speak. A man dies in THE adventures of Narvaez and the romantic Thus the population had, up to than any other portion of the South, Do you a her?' every -

Mnoass.-The first unexplainable horror America, and is seen on that very day on : wanderings of Ponce de Leon and 1942. undergone four entire revolutions ; and and that capital and enterprise will make it a Certainly.l\f Why, what's the mstterl' ,- t .

rt-olclediithe! following:- board a ship between America and England Dr Soto, in search of the perpetual spring. and after having been settled by the European race great State. '%'by. strangar, I'll tell ". Got in town, $
and
be 234e. There is abed-room in Lulworth Castle, as ifcrossing from that country to the other." the fabled mines of gold : the buccaneeringofthe for two hundred eighty years, was forced late last night, went to ,the theatre to sec the f
where on a particular on Followingthis we find one of the genuine, to begin anew the settlement ofthe countrya HISTORY OF HUMBUGS.BV .
!' Dorsetshire, spot English ; the wars waged with Ogle. .TR.\L Lady of Lyons, but I reckon 'twas a humbug ,
1 C: rail apak pbo'phoric light is always to glorious old illustrations of the fact that murder thorpe by the Spaniards: ; and more recentlyits series of disasters unparalleled in thehistory A3AV9 B. BEACH. for lhar wasn't sign ofa Lion no ,,har. So I .
1 of America.
'seen wbfl die windows are darkened. I will out.: It hears the caption of long and bloody Indian wars, have givento Sinew 1842!, the actual settlement of the This is unquestionably a very striking worka went f home disappointed. Hadn't wor'n got J .
heard ibatto wake in the stillness oftheit A TALK OF A SWORD. Florida a greater historical interest! than humorous little volume of the highest come when they cried 'fire.' Got the spot .

ud* to see this pale light glaring qui. A Mr. Avon, of Marlborrough, found, one attaches to any other portion of our country. country reanonable has rapidity commenced the awl progressed population with be. class, written with great power, and apparent. and worked like n.itur, com in' back they bad .,

i on you, i i. a most unpleasant thing. And morning the person of one Thomas Goddard, Rut as one of the youngest sitters of our confederacy ing probably about present hundred thousand. ly with equal ease, so fluent is the diction and cut the bridge in t two, and slab-OY in j ;

e 7tba" be proprietors thought, for they bad the some time dead, leaning over a stile. Avon but little is known of her topography The health of Florida onl unlabored the styl<*.-Anaus B. Reach ;sun. the drink wrn'. I hollered and I reckon r

3 pulled down and rebuilt but to no effect; had a good deal conversation with the ghost resources and productions. Peniniulated from with other wi'ry favorably Union exceptionable in his description of humbug made some noise, but got out on the same '

:. light appeared again, and is to be seen on family affairs.. It appeared to him several almost all intercourse with other States, she compare diseases any portion and and depictures characters and scenes with side I went in. Wai, you ser, I didn't gain ?t

,re to this day." times, and in different places ; looked in upon lies out of the great thoroughfare of travel I, having that concomitant no of except' alight countries ft\r, fever : great fun and talent. ""ilnes the following I much by the operation. When I got (back, I ;

The next horror is that while a very wick. him at seven o'clock of November evening, i and while the commerce of the great West and The al mortality\ is believed account by him ofthe humbug ofA : found some boys had tuk my horses to ride a : : }

&man was lying sick, at a place on the through his stoop window, and met him as he sweeps around her shores, they are looked lo be ague.unusually small while instances ; GKXCRAI quarter ; got thar just in time to see old gray "1

ttwaU coast a black ship with black sails rode down the hill on the way from Chilton, upon but as so many dangerous reefs and rocks of ; many INVITATION. beat by three lengths. Well now, stranger, : .-

,d into the bay, and sailed in water which "between the manor-house and Axford farm. threatening destruction to the mariner. It is The jrreat lands loigevitr of Florida are presented.almost eel There is not an axiom, from the first page od! gray is the best horse, and he oughtn't to 4,

thrf'e'I'ante. ,.ssel of her burthen could have: floated in. field," in the shape of""somewhat like a our aim, in the following article, to give some and are g fe.rif of Euclid to the las, more overwhelmingly been brat. But when I went back,the scamps ;

y instant the sailor died, this mysterious hare," at which his horse started and threw idea ofthe present actual state and conditionof are very curiously distributed, andmty true than the assertion that people who give stole all my peaches but four bushels ; J

ca"b, _el probably an edition of the Flying him in the dirt. On getting on his feet again, Florida. be designated:;: as High Hammock LowHarnmnck.Uwamp general invitations/ are in that respect, at all I wrote t the Mayor fur damages. J'J'had
Savanna ( I 6
nsta. I I and t the different
rychman-vanished from the sight ofbun- after this fall, he saw the ghost in his proper The peculiar outline of its coast baa probably events liumbugs.a letter hare ?' f h
lai
pp.1- :J s of people. Horror number three is shape, standing about eight feet directly,be. rendered its general nhap'e and position <{uaU! :>g Hammock of piue i is>tHigh with Why don't,you ever come dan ,,Honeymoon Upon being answered in the negative, and t j

lriOh'r jtncholy. Its substance is, that during the fore him in the WaY, and it said to him, to e'eryone-ha'ing been somewhat usual.timhered Villa ? Mis. Jones and myself would concluding be had been attentively listened f

' byIGJ& ,ilence of a plague at Rome, a knocking, Thomas, bid William Avon (that was the fami.l aptly I compared to reversed boot. It extends live oak and and other is considered species the manola., he so delighted to see you. Any time you to, be invited all hands to licker, which was 1
laurel
&c. 't
: .neb proceeded from no visible cause, was ghost's son) take the sword that he bath of at right angles some five hundred miles west fur bestdescrip know-just suit J.ourt'lf we're at home-oh of course refused. Upon seeing I .l:1:
lion of land tbeplacar
, ftrd to proceed from door to door and the me which is now in his house, and carry it and south and has a length, in its greatest ex timherellith genera live purposes. JAI dear, every forget, now: we No Easter mil! beyond St. our i h

!a. fit day the deaths would correspond precises ; to the wood as yc go to Alton, to the upper tension, of nearly one thousand miles ((1)?) Hammock, oak, water oak., shall expect you one of these days." hero thought that must be a right smart }

s the knock*. The horror next in or. end of the wood by the way side ; for with The southern portion Peninsula i is covered and subject to ovenflow-Lliually neec'incdrainajje The Joneses are in the habit of giving chance of a place! to ap.D) a mail all alone I ) t i
when drained
hut for
,Ith.b. ir riswojthy of being extracted in full, and that sword I did wrong above thirty years ago, with a large sheet of water called: the preferred 8u ar.- these vague invitations. Of course, they are here, where there,was such a raft of peopla -
land
gui.'an.. i called, and hr> never prospered since he had that Everglades, immense extent, tilled with i.. Of this description: of requiring more or never meant to be acted upon, and, indeed, to read the news, and, next to Chicago al!. ) f"
less drainage, large bodies exist in the State. j
THE DEAD GUEST. word." Then, after various other directions lands, and which it is supposed, may be rendered the I very seldom come to anything. Once however lowed' Sr. Joseph} must be a kingdom ofa ; "
Savanna, on of streams and frequently .
C'urviSb.. about family affairs, the spirit vanished. available by drainage. The central margin I -Jones will never forget the fatal day-a I town. Here we left Chicago Journal. .
f "Lord F. was on his travels on the conti. of Malbor- ] in detached bodies-isuilly very rich which had _- .i
Goddard went to the :Major portion of the Peninsula is somewhat eleva. deep plot been long laid against "
jrnt when he met a young man engaged. inliinilar rough and made a formal deposition of the ted, the hightst point being about 171 feet a. alluviums, and susceptible of being cultivatedin his peace, was put into execution. The lady CALMOUN- AND BENTO.V. 4 'tF t

J 'g way, with ,whom he grew very faalar. above circumstances. The mayor ordered hove the ocean, and gradually declining tow. dry seasons, and yielding largely : ditching and gentleman were in the act of sitting down Those who take no part in poltics,or who 4 '

addOe. : Mr. G. (for so I will call his friend) him to do as the apparition had: directed ; and ards the coast on each side. The portion of and dyking would render much of it avail- to a quiet little dinner, when rat.tat went the look on the two opposing partiEs as upon two .

!lYe him, in the course of conversation, toDew the next morning at nine o'clock, he and his I ILrother.in.law the State between the Suwanee and the Chat. able. Marsh Satannat, upon the borer of knocker and in walked Smith. sides of a pyramid-correcting each other' n
'lab. that the end of bis life had been predic- with the tide sireams, when reclaimed are very rlla. "Aha dinner. Well leanings and holding the ofthe .
William Avon, went tahoochie rivers, is elevated and hilly ; the at never mind ; strength country S-
can Ive f
him and that he had some grounds for ble for rice land of this de.tcription. .
to laid it down in the the The or cane-some just taken at word. You I between ihem-are interested '
"ll/, withoutjweightand sword, and copse, near western portion of the State is le\'eI you your see can sti some. f 3
jelieving! : that this prediction" As was how not" asked place the ghost had appointed Goddard to St. Johns river of magnificent ,the Tomaka, having yielded above make myself quite at home." times to know the shape which the cornerstones : 5 !

credibility. carry it. As they left the spot, Goddard againsaw runs from south to north upon the eastern side three hogsheads ofsugar to Ihe acre. First And the next moment Smith was: installed are hewn-the grain and mirk from ,.
Lord F. "I was traveling with two friends, Edward Avon the class pine lands are generally preferred by with his under the nature with which eminent are visible : J.
the apparition of standingby ofthe. Peninsula, and debouches near legs mahogany just men to J
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C r rjlied!? the other in Italy nativities, and at F'Iorenceiragreed the place where the word was laid, and northeast boundary ofthe State ; and the Su. small planters to any other, and they have another peal was rattled upon the knocker, their fellows. The two great So the.r Dem. focratsCalbouu "j

de. to have our cut by a called out to his brother-in-law, "There is wanee runs a nearly parallel course on the been found productive and valuable. Indeed, and rung on the visitor's bell. Brown was and Uenton, figuring/ in strong S' f'- I
Dti.bf'1. man there, who had a great reputation for William it is believed that the pine lands of Florida/ are the A bow such relief in the Senate, and in
$the apparition of our father western tide of the Peninsula, from north to newcomer. as Smith had a memorandum .
utrologicil\ skill. She foretold that none of which God. superior any pine lands in the South for their made such Smith book, wherein we record chance 1:
Avon said he saw nothing ; upon a speech, a had spoken, any approach : ;
IT.ey .. ,fill would live long, and named the day on dard fell to his knees and prayed, "Lord open south.The first settlement of Florida was made at fertility, yielding good crops in their natural '! and be was enstalled by the side of that wore of ours to the personal orllt ofa star, we put l,

id. ''.1 which we should each die.she My two friends his eyes that he may see it !" to which the St. Augustine, in the year l.;,Gl-it being, state, and when trodden by cattle, becoming thy gentleman ; the Joneses, husband and on the impressions we received of theto : 1"ink
the time named it -
or. : ire dead and at : re. other, instead of Amen" re! poned, Lord, by forty years, the oldest settlement in the equal to rich hammock land. I have seen, 'I wife putting the best possible face upon the two, in a week observation, ard herewith t ;[:
whether her will be
alias to see Pshaw prediction!" cried Lord F. grant I may not see it, if it be thy blessed United States. Pensacola! was settled in the thus, early in the season, cane having above matter. But worse remained behind. Another we present. t them to our readers! __adding only :C c '

verified to me. will !"-The apparition then beckoned to 1696.The twenty joints and well nritured, grown upon alarm at the gate another visitor, and, a the conjunctions/ and prepositions, ]left out, so l -
*i mere coincidence : impossible, that it can Goddard, and said, "Thomas, take up the year archieves of the country during the Florida pine lands! : and the sugar made from the stage directions of the French Drama universally, in things written to be read when : :'
third time. But what is the she
hippeD "a Mr.named about day six sword, and follow me." Goddard took up the period of the Spanish rule, prior to J7GS, such lands is generally superior quality.- have it,le memejue. From that moment the one is bond responsibilities of grammar. Jn

aimed months? distant. And where one shall be sword, and followed the apparition about t ten having been removed, it is difficult now to The hammock lands, when cleared, make ox- knocker never lay still-a continuous train of :\ i! a carcature: likeness of Louis .4 J- 1 t

f"I "you purchases further into the copse, where he judge to what extent the country \\assettled cellent crops at all seasons. guests poured in upon the stupified Joneses.From I'huiippe-Ihe' same rotundity' the same pear- 1 }
to I ike n? pursued Lord F. At Paris. Why, laid down the sword again. At this time hesaw previoustoitacession to Great Britain. Rtmains The chief staple Florida, at present is every part ofthe lown-north, south. shaped hea, and about the same stature.- !:
, I thill be there too. Let it be an engage- Cotton the west of the Suwanee cultivating f
I region
.
of
something stand by the apparition, like a of ancient settlements are found to a east and west, they came flocking-every one Tht physical expression his face predomi J. ; :
and dine with t
that
"ti meat. Come you me on mastiff dog, ofa brown color. On Goddard's considerable extent between the Suwanee the Upland, and the eastern portion hungry, every one expecting dinner, and ex- nates. Hs: lower features are drilled into im.perturbable : t
very day at seven o'clock, and keep your sword the took it ofthe State producing Sea Island, of a quali- state saavity, while the that .,'
laying down the apparition: and Chauahoochie rivers ; the traces of od traordinary to every one having droppedin eye, un. :
shall be found No. ,
then. I
spirits till Do the at -, up,and going a few paces further, pointed withit roads, : &c., are very distinct ; bringing from 20 to 80 cents per pound the by the merest chance. In fine, by five driilable! tale.teiertwinkes! inward slyness .
de fortifc\ions
Rue -" you the agree other to and bargain1"M in short to the ground, and said, In this place lies and gun pottery, Blip spikes, &c., are last season, the coast usually producing the o'clock Jones had near forty of his acquaintances as a burning lamp-wick; does of oil. Ha is I .
replied a
a. Willingly of time, the friends The six buried the body of him whom I murdered in found ; but the public opinion of the country first quality. assembled in the hospitable halls of laborious butl separated.
a. spice before,) which is The Sugar Cane will, however, in a few Villa. Mrs. Jones looked if' forecast, never by He is ;
oonths and a little before the the year 1035, ((39 years is rather inclined to the supposition that these I Honeymoon a impulses. )
passed ap.rOLO4 now rotten and turned to dust." Goddard settlements were made by lJuCCl.nepf who year, become the staple ofthe Peninsula, I she were walking about in her sleep ; the girl pompously polite, and never abroad without 2
Lord F. found himself Paris.
beD day, asked him why he had committed this t.'ier. about 1580, swarmed in th* 5outlu'r ieq : which, from its climate, soil and facilities, is who opened the door was in one continuous *. F.xt'cntlmanncn.. He ha made.up his t' !
Is sent a note to :Mr. G., to remind him of
iii and received fur and the ghost said, "I took money from the and the quantity of ship spikes &c., found, peculiarly adapted for its cuhirthm. I is giggle ; but the cook below was reported AS ;I mind that oratory if not a national weakness, 3 .

'.) lit engagement he would comHowever an answer two man, and he contended with me and so I murdered st'em to render this opinion highly probable.It I now cultivated for home consumption by almost verging on blue convulsions ; and poor Jones I is an unpresidential accomplishment, and he 4delivers
: a day or
rt him." Then Goddard said, What i is presumable,therefore, from the known every planter,small and great ; but the himself was actually obliged to sally forth and himself the Senate with subdued J .
him
after another note was brought in which
would you have me do in this thing?" and the of .the Spanish character, and expense of machinery, and the time required scour every tavern in the neighborhood in voice,like a judge deciding upon a cause which I t' !
Mr. G. said that he was not well and inernels
1.. the of very ,with ghost said, This is, that the world may tb('. slight progress made by them in the set. to get under way, has deterred many from a. search of cold meat, chops, and.other extempore the other Senators had only argued. He A
1 must postpone pleasure dining know that I murdered a man, and buried him tlement of new countries, that their settlementof bandoning their cotton to raise cane. dishes.I wear an ample blue cloak, and a broadbrimmed : ; t
Lord F. till another time that the
<1 and; indisposi.he in this place in the year 1636.: Florida was very limited in extent and that Previous to the Indian war, a large number don't know whether the host malgre lui hat, with a high crown, and Ih"es moves, t

:. Lion have was the very trifling, of ere long hoped him. The place to which the ghost pointed wasa with the exception of establishing a few missions of sugar plantations had been etatlish..d on ever distinctly found out the trick which had and has his being. in a faith in himself which .' .:<

Lord to F. pleasure more of waiting the matter upon ordered dry and bare spot, on which nothing grew, houses, they never ventured far from the the eastern coast of Florida upon the Halifax, been played"on him ; but it was a deserved will remove moun'a' ns 11 credulity. Though ; .
thought no ,
dinner the that had been named and which, as Goddard described it, was likea coast, and paid but little attention to the tillage I Mantanzas, Tomoka and HilUborough rivers, one, and, what is more, it cured him of the representing a State two thousand miles offj; :!. ;;
on day at
"grave sunk in." When the place was of the soil; where the lands are principally the heaviest Humbug general invitations.Not he resides regularly)" at Washington, pa>ing .1 :: 1 .
for himself and about six o'clock .
his seven, with formal how sent examined, no human remains were found. In 1763, the Floridas were ceded by Spainto live oak hammock, and by their advantageous less humerous is he when describing the rare and brief visits to his constituency,whose ,-. l ;;
servant a merely inquiry
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to 'he situation upon navigable streams, are very he has retained for than f
As if there were not enough season the British crown. The Spanish inhabitants \re more twenty .
-i
be Seven o'clock came Lord F. sat MEDICAL IIClBLG. .0 ;
was.
t ; minds of the holiday group, the compiler pre. principally left the country, and it soon kiiitable for cane. The cultivation was car. yean-an unaccountable exception to the an. 'p !
when he
down to dinner, ,just as was beginning the reader with ried on successfully ; and had not the Indianwar After Humbug is just be. ti conservation rotation ofthe )
sents began to prosper under the energetic impulse al uniYra country's gilts
his meal. the door opened, and in walked and broken
I desolated the country entirely cause it people have too of office. ..1
MYSTERIOUS SHADOW."A communicated by the necessary. t'
THE
Anglo-Saxon rac.e.- ;
Mr. G. lie walked in it true but be
is curious thing happened in thi year Efforts at settlement on a large scale were im.! up those establishments, the sugar crop of I much of it for their neighbor's comfort and Mr CALHOCN lives in his mind and puts a ; -
said word the table and
not a went up to would have been Urge one.- | others have little of for
went out again. Lord F. was alarmed, and IC59 at Crosseh in Silesia, of an apothecary'sservant.The mediately undertaken. The British Governj j Florida now a too it own. sort of batbin .dreas value & body.- 4
The interior/ of the Peninsula is well adapted | There shall two men doctors! for exam There is a temporary-looking tuck of
of that town extensive of land the b
chief ment grants away
magistrate upon
the bell and it answered the gave
rang whom he, had sent was with the by servant of at that time, was the Princess Elizabeth condition of their settlement. Dr. TurlJ1 to the cane, a is indeed, the whole Peninsula !; pIe, of equal learning and skill. They are on his beard and hair as if Ihey would presently: .
message I extending southward from lat. 30 to lat. >: the look.out for a Doctor Easy be better combed in another mouth
inq'Jiry.Mllow is Mr. G ?" he demand..d. Charlotte, a person famous in her :generation.In ; in connection with some distinguished gentle practice. place- i
"Dead lord," was the M he the spring of the year, one Christopher men in England, laid the foundation of an ex. 23 ; Florida approaching most nearly to the i j puts his name on a brass plate on the door, and eyes kept clear only for a brief liftr-swim 'i
my reply; ofCub&ofa&v part of the South. and then sits down i ia his drawing. to i in the He U tall hollow
died just as I reached his house." Monigh, a native of Serbcst, a town belonging I tensive colony at New Smyrna, and brought temperature rom ocean politics. p
We are treated, in order, to a tale of to the Princess ofAnhalt, servant to an from the islands and shores ofthe Medilerran- J Lands suitable for the cultivation of sugar, wait for patients. cheated, and amaciated. ant both face and figure '.
spiritsin
be purchased at the present time at very Need I that he has generally to wait a wi h the student's bend
for.
the German mines, whose prolific or sterile apothecary, died, and was buried with the I can some 1500 families. Lord Role, Gov. may say are concave, I
condition is pointed out by dim blue usual! ceremoniesofthe Lutheran church. A Moultrie, Earl Beresford and established low prices, from the Government price of$1 longtime ? ward. lie smiles easily when spoken to- s
lights.most 25, to 85 and $10 acre in private hands, But Doctor does not of(he indeed with rather
( likely a species of Jack O'Lanthorn) few das after his decease, a shape exactly settlements ; and upon the breakingout per Fussey approve a simple facility-though, .. 2
which flit to and fro before the of the like his in face, clothes, stature, mien, etc., ofthe American Re\0Iu1ion' ,large numbers according to their situation. Even the old passive system. He starts a brougham before in longer conversation, he gives his eye to tho a., 5

micers. Another story, the scene eyes of which appeared in the apothecary's shop, where he loyalists came into the country from Geor. plantations, with their improvements, may he has got a visit to make in it. He hires speaker, barely in recognition of an idea-
now be bought at from $3 to 810 per acre ; people to alarm all the with with a rcrbum withdraw! .
lies on board a Brazil packet, is then would set himself down, and walk sometimes, gia and Carolina. neighborboo a most sap' from 5 t
present.ed but the country b"colessetled, of course peals, of bis surgery bell. continually talkaiveness.: When speaking i in the Senate *
under the title of and take the boxes, pots, glasses off the The exports Florida in 17S9, reached a 5
shelves, and set them again in their places, 40,000 barrels of naval stores. One of the lands wi rise in value. being called out of church, and has ventured be is a very startling looking man. His skin ,

THE SPECTRE PASSENGER. and sometimes try and examine the goodnessof principal articles cultivation seems to have are among the most productive sources once on having his name shouted as being lies sallow and loose on the bald frame ol his 'i..;

"A lady was lying on the sofa in the la. the medicine, weigh them in a pair of, been Indigo ; and it is said that the indigo of income to the Floridian. The vast rangesof immediately wanted, while attending a religious face-his stiff gray hair spreads off from rath -

dies' saloon, when to her surprise, a gentle. scales, pound the drugs with a mighty noise Florida brought the highest price in the Lon. unoccupied land give the greatest abun. meeting at Exeter Hall. Not a form I er a low forehend with the semicircular! radia. .

man entered it from the grand saloon, and in a mortar-nay serve the people that carne doa market. dance perpetual verdure and green pasture of advertisement-barring those which pay the lion ofthe smoke from a wheel nffrework

passing through it, sent out by the door that with their bills to the shop, take their money, The British possession of the country con and they double in three years, and may now duty-loes Doctor Fussey neglect ; the odds just come to a stand still-the masses

led towards the hold. She was much astonished and lay it up safe in the conuter ; in a word, tinued but twenty years ; but during that pen.od be purchased in an quantity at 85 per head. are, in the end that he is making a thousand a of white beard on his throat catch the eye Is.a .

both that aay cne should enter the roomat do all things that a journeyman in such cases more was affected in settling and improvingthe Swine are equally profitable requiring lit. year, before Dr. Essay has heard the rat.tat like the smoulcer of a fire under his chin- ii :

all, at least without knocking, and not re.Cogeising used to do. He looked very ghastly upon country, than in its two hundred years of tIe care or attention. Horses and mues! are at the door of his first patient. and his eyes, bright coals, move with jumps,

the gentleman who did so, as she those that had been his fellow servants, who occupation by the Spaniards. also raised, without, care or expense. Now, perhaps, Dr. Fussey may, ofthe two, as i if he thought in electric I leaps, from one t '

had associated with the passengers for some were afraid to say any thing to him, and his But unfortunately for Florida, in 1783, the Tar and Turpentine, which were in British be the Humbug ; bull very much question idea to another. He dresses carelessly, walks

c1a,... She mentioned tbe matter to her bus. master being sick at that time with the gout, province was re.ceded by Great Britain to times extensive articles of( export, have been whether h is the fool. the street absent.mindly, and is treated with J

bind,who laid that be mutt have been confin. he was often very troublesome to him, would Spain ; and the English population, which in neglected for a long period ; but the profita. What applies to these two doctors, apple the most marked personal respect and in vol. t

ed to his berth till then, but that it would take the bills that were brought him out of his 1778, in East Florida alone, numbered over bl. operations North Ctrolint have recent generally to every trade and profession .nder unra defencr, by his brother Senators and g '

tirLaps appear, when the passengers sat hand, snacth away the candle sometimes, and 13,000, principally left the country and went 1 ly awakened renewed attention to this branch the sun. Barring a lucky chance \and diplomatists of Washington. He is a :4

down to dinner who'he was. At dinner.time put it behind the stove. At last, he took a to the adjoining American States. From that manufacture, and shipments made from the again, an adventurer will find that in the Bat. great man-probably an ambitious one-but .

the lady carefully examined her companions, cloak that hung in the shop, put it on and period to its cession to the United States in St. John's last season, it is said, have proved tie of Life everyman must be his own trump- he indignantly denies the charge of making .-

and was positive that no such person was walked abroad ; but minding nobody in the 1821-a period of about Cry years-it Unguished profitable. eter. Sound your own charge, and ride over I tracks" for the Presidency.-Home Journal. .

among them. She asked the captain there street went along, entered into some of the and struggled wiih difficulty ; Rice has also been neglected, a a staple, everybody, or somebody else will sound bis

were any passengers not then at Ibo table. citizens houses, and thrust himself into com. the cultivation of the country neglected ; the since the days British cultivation, when it charge, and over you. Parsimony Economy.__Sir Walter Scott ; .

He answered her that there was not. She pany especially of such as be had formerly English settlements having been allowed to was raised to a considerable extent. The : We are inclined to think that the follow. tel$ ot a kinsman of his,says the North Bri- 4 IS

never forgot the circumstance, though her known, yet saluted nobody, nor spoke to any go to ruin ; and at no time during this period lands suitable for its cultivation are abundant iug iaI Review, who, on being told that a family .

husband treated it, as a mere fancy, and one but to a maid servant, whom he met hard was the population, in both the Florida estimated I along our rivers and streams and when our I A VKRy COMMON HUMBUG. vault: in the church ar was decaying and ,

thought no more of it. Some time afterwards I by the church-yard, and desired to go home lo at over 10,000-a lag portion of population u sufficiently dense to develop all like to fall in, and ) 10 would make the .

she was walking with him in London, when his master's house, and dig in a ground-cham whom lived in town, or were hangers-on of bur resources, it will, no doubt, be one ofthe Jack Cotherstone is r good fellow enough, repairs proffered only JC5.. Il would not do. ,

she pointed out a genrieman in the street,and ber, where she would find inestimable treat- the Government.The mot important branches culture. but he will e up, not exactly for a milliona- Two years after be profered the full sum.- .

raid with, some agitatronj ure; but the maid amazed at the sight of him, Spanish population, to considerable Fish, Oysters and Turtle abound in the rie, but for the possession of "no matter; A report was then made that the breaches I

There there That is I the person whom swooned ; whereupon he lifted her up, but extent, left the country upon its cession to the greatest profusion, and the Havana fish market something handsome, comfortable, quite enough were now so much increased that 20 would 4

1 saw on board the packet. Do go and speakto left such a mark on her flesh with lifting her, United States, and immigration began to flow receives a large portion of its supplies from my boy, to keep the pot boiling, and a scarce serve. He hesitated hemmed and baw. .
him. do and ask him if he in but the of the the coasts of Florida. little over." ed for three .
-Pray go was that it was to be seen for some time after. rapidly ; unsurveyed state years more, then offered .20.-
not on board the packet." The maid having recovered herself went country, the uncertainty of land titles, most in. The Oak, Cedar and Pine of Florida are I called on Jack the other Sunday af er- The wind and rain had not awaited .

Impossible, my dear," replied her husband home, but fell desperately sick upon it, and in judiciously involved in litigation by the Gov becoming valuable! for shipment.: The Navy noon. He bad just dined, and was in the act cision, and less than .jO would not serve

"he would think I meant to insult her illness discovered what Monigh bad saidto ernment, militated against its settlement ; and yards have drawn their supple of Live Oak, mixing a comfortable glass bumble gin. A year afterwards he a check for 50. : .

kirn." her; and accordingly they digged in the the fierce and turbulent Indian race, who bad for many Yf'ar from our ; and the and.water. He had beard my foot on the which was returned by post with the intelU. p .

However, his wife's importunity and agi. place be had named, but found nothing but an made it a battle ground for over two hundred diminution and high i prices of pine lumber at stairs, and I caught him in the very act of gence that the aise! had fallen the proceeding I

Ulion prevailed. Stepping up to the gentle. old decayed pot, with a hamatilct or blood and fifty years, and who had never ben con. the North, are ".bringing our Yellow Pine smuggling the lowly compound into ,the cup. week. 'J .

1DaQ she had pointed out, and apologising for tone in it. The princess caused the body to quered, and had no egress from peninsu. into great demand, and its shipment is rapidiy board. _ : HB.

the liberty he was about to take, he said- be digged up and burned with his clothes, la home, occupied the best lands of the State, increasing. M Just in time, my boy, for a glass of wine Sla'tr in New Jersey.- The idea that un. -
obtain them. But Among the various miscellaneous articles -some port. I got it by mere accident ; but der new Constitution of Sew ;
"Pray, sir, may: I ask whether you were on etc., and the mysterious shade was thus exor. rendering it impossible to Jersey. L
bri the Brazil packet at such a time?1" cised. It was supposed that he had poisoned yet, in spite of all these obstacles, a consider which have been found well adapted to the I rather flatter myself you will find it slightlythe adopted few years back, slavery was entire.

*Nt, sir," replied the person addressed, "Icerttlalywunot people with his master's drugs. able population planted themselves in the country, may be mentioned the Orange, Lem. rhing vintage.of eighteen.: And in spite ly abolished, has been upset by a late decision I

; but may I enquire why many Times and Mettenger.A. country. The Territory was just beginningto on, Banana, Ole, Hemp, Palma Christi, of my declared preference for the liquid vul. ofthe princpa State court, in favor of J. A. -

Y05tOugbthatIwu7 t" reap the fruits of its American occupation, Benne, Arrow Ro Cassava, Indigo, &c. garly and familiarly denominated Od: Tom, Post wa commanded by the Bate tf

'l'be uterrogator dIaled the circumstance. Tall Wedding.:-We have often heard when the desolating Indian war broke out in Take it a\l\ in all, Florida, at the present Jack bolted out ofthe room to order the girl to bring up the body ofa colored man ht -

Wbu &, 1rU, t I" asked the other. I of' taU weddings'but not being much of the 1835, and continued for seven long years- time, aflordt a good an opening to the Southern bring up a special red-sealed breaker. held in servitude. Mr. Post's man is o of

r The date hiring( been told him, Well, sir," order of wedding goers, we hardly knew whatit I rendering all habitations out of the limits ofthe planter desiroua of changing his location, I heard the outer door shut and open before the few remaining slaves who were bern be.

I said the, artnjer it is a remarkable meant. Our ignorance has been enlight. occupied parts insecure, and destroying all the as any portion of the.Union : and iudeed our she returned, but attributed it to some peculiarity for the year 1804, when a law was 'passed ,f .
very '
.arcumsUoce. I had* twin brother, to like ened by the following which is chronicled ina improvements which bad been undertaken.In .- partiality would lead us t say that, taking in. in the construction ofthe house, which declaring all colored persons born in slavery j

myself that DO one could tell,us apart. He paper oftbe West-the great n' !t. : 1812 this war terminated-and the Semi. i.to it* splendid climate, tropical latitude, placed the enterance to the cellarage next after thit date (ro on becoming of age. l lr

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J' r e LATE FROM THE CITY OF MEXICO. The St. Louis paper last receivetfgive( us ae. ;details of this horrible massacre are been before cour. \ WE FROM MY F&ENDlAtth nearly 20 yean, .distinguished bI bD"

The brig Widgeon, Capt. Stanwood, amy.I counts of a strange! confession, or boast, late graphicaldescribed! in the following letter, that on Christmas night a ipur rate at wiichthe Whig supporters ofGen. Courage, Indoiable"'enuranc

;. :4 ed lait evening from Vera Cruz, whence! the ly made in that city, which has led to the ar dated lock kissed the daughter of his will mate skill, ,
. Taylor are now going, soon AbeJK
6 ,..;:, sailed on the 23d ult.! Though the it no rest and commitment of a man named Wm. MILAX, 5th and 6th Jan., 1849.- Powers, whose boarding house is at No. 18Bewdoin place Old! Zac in one of tho most they embarrass overwhelmed by numbers,

I ,; :! later from Vera Cruz than one previous arri. n"ylor or Bradby-[the papers give the As you are aware, the young Milanese, street. Te circumstance excte ing positions which a public man ever occu- -has given u the contest, and tonque

))1 I ; 3F. val, we hare by her brief accounts from the name bthT}] a Scotchman.. I appears and indeed the population of this city e mas very little the moment, If they are to be believed, Gen. Tay. to the French, only stipulating t

{.: city: of Mexico to the 19th January, which that man, naylor or Bradby, had frequemly *e, resolved, with a spontaneous movement of days afterwards it appeared to give great offence pie., whose military services the whole country Cairo or St.Jean d'Acre. Tea trot I
is six later than the adrices boasted in piracy, and had and on the of( the first ofJanua.ry assured to him by the
.Ii; days brought by patriotism, to cease using tobacco after the ; night cheerfully does honor, is about to forfeit oerto+ Le
; tb* Edith. related some revolting tales of the atrocities first of January instant. Behold, in order of Mr. Bostock and his wife were ejected from the opinion of all but the bitterest parti rendered, and by the Got *"

.I l',: The BritNb Courier arrived from the city bimttlf and comrades had committed, and this date, the results of this resolution, which has the house of Mrs. P. by police ofcer Whip. goo, by deliberately eating his own words, but there is a rupoor that the Fnotb' ?** LI

} Mexico at Vera Cruz on the 2id ult. This to different personsr for Austria a financial importance of many pie, Crocker and Smith. now broughta zos and, for the sake .f power, tamely A aurren.de meat will pay no regard lo those ttipC!**

.4. :.L;; courier wan robbed once on his way up to The individual 1 in question had been fur millions. suit against the whole party for an assault. ring" the position which he once as- though a Prince of the blo i 1st

';, Mexico, and twice on his way down ; but he some time in the employ of a ''r. Klock. ofSt. Jan. Is:.-Every thing passed quietly, and Ten hours of the trial, o we learn from the turned As the latest revelations ofhis views, them, but wi act on the bin lafcfiL

', JII'C .',.. lost none of his! eorre jv>nd<*nce. Louis, who, from the extraordinary confessions in accordance with the t taiih pledged. Nei. Post, h, re been devoted to the question of the according to Whig authority, xve give two principle, keeping him a dos! T C

,\ The express nun who took up the President's or boastings of the man, had him arrc ther cigar nor pipe was visible, and even the kiss, what sert of a kiss it &and whether glaring France. This event establishes t}PI.r,!

'1'li\ : .. menage for the American Star was ted. old scorned the weakness of yielding the it was on the cheek or on the neck. Blind- The Washington instances correspondent of the Phil of the French dominion in Africa,for,I dep

t! :, .I t murdered on his way do'.n.r't From the testimony: Bays the New Era, ad. temptation ofa private pinch of snuff. man's buff i appears, was going on when adttlphia News, under date: February 6tb, ed for their brave and c&iralric lear tu .

r't t !.. Oar: correspondent writes us from Vera duced before the committing magistrate, and Jan. 2J.-This morning (Sunday) two the kiss was inflicted, a circumstance which : Arab xvill now probably give up t ;

I '1 : Cruz: '"fliatihere are peace proportions! which amounts to a mere boast on the prisoner fervent Teutons, the Austrian Captain Xeiperjr wound seem to palliate Mr. Bogtock's of1nce.Ifthis.mornentous says making any efTectaal head against tae D tl

7 1',' ;:. their way to Washington from th Mexican part, it appears that some seven years and Castle,an American phrenologist, case should bo brought to a friends.The best feelings prevail among our ders. A reduction o the army ia 0

I .;:' Government, there remains not a doubt. Hut since he failed in one of(he back counties in'' followed by xvr fcbes kept in pay by the police, close to.darwe will stop the press to announce decision Every body is satisfied to abide the from 100,000 to 50,0 men is A5 I

;:1 I .. no one here has positive information as tothe' England and went to Liverpool, from whence and without name or country showed them it.-Boto Tranrip Monday. of the Convention. I have high au. spoken of. IeS

I j:t 1 z. ; true character of thee propositions. Some ho sailed on board a privateer to the Wet selves on the Cors with cigar in mouth. The Bolo Kissing Case.-The hearing thority Gen. Taylor for saying that to the into especial convention friends and of The latest intelligence in regard t to fl, !
mean
of the thousand versions chance to Indies. After making one or two he go final disposition of this is
,1;; vine mar cmita They bud scarcely made their appearanc, in t the Police Court, on the complaint for ejecting abide tho result. More than that, the Genera chief contne fa.
I .; Le the correct one." The letter from which' ran away and went on board a pirate ship, up. when Capt. Neiper received a blow which Mr.f Bostock from his boarding house, was letter from Toulon, of wbih says
will show his of the
,t :.J'? this is extracted i is dated the :22d.! from Vera on which he rem"ine until tome four years caused him to cruse the obnoxious practice, finished yesterday. Mr. Justice Gushing held appreciation Whig "The authorities have instrucW Ct

: Cruz, and from a source upon which we rely i since, when petting on board a merchant. and Castle at the same moment had his cigar that the defendants were guilty of DO offence his organization, by coinciding in"judgment of relative to Abd-el-Kader and his family., 'Ia'II

I::1'j ?: with confidence. I Ii sels bound home,he care to the United Slates. knocked out of his mouth! with a cane. The against the laws, and ordered them all to bo The friends.Salem Mark la. my Democrat words. let. Emir is to be transferred to-morrow 10 1

The American trnin left Mexico for Vera During his stay on land, he \"&in Cincinnati, rest of the smokers! who were BO more than : discharged. The defence was maintained ( ) pubtsbt'5 a Lanlge, with his mother, his three ckfli
ter from G. who in the
l.t: Cruz on the 14ih ofJanuiry, and Major Van Louisville! and other towns on the Ohio. He released cr.nicbele hissed, hooted, and upon the ground, that if boarder is rude i late Convention May, Mr. his brother-in-law, MwUpkafin

: t Buren, of the Paymaster's: Department, was returned to the seaboard, and got on board pursued, till they made suitable! amends for and insolent in his conduct 1 to the lady of the Albert Whig S. White ridiculed at Indianapolis all Joubts I Tehann. The other Arabs now a the Ln,

I -t: : in company as bearer!'! of despatches. The another piratical vessel, caled" Black name the outrage. In tb* evening numt'rOl1 pat. house or her family, and then refuses 'to leave Gen. and said as that to i aretto are to be sent to Fort Malboasquet. t1cc!
Taylor's political opinions,
J.; '.?: train was expectod to arrive at Vera Cruz bier," which was &trnded on the coast of I rols! oftroops oldie line, cavalry and infantry, house when ordered to do to by her, he maybe he "could vouch for the fact that General!

., ,.',,:" about the 1st or 2d inst. Florida, the crew escaping in the long boatto :, furrowed the town ; but thara was no disor put out of the hou'e, with that degree of From the Washington U*i. ccIc
and
Taylor that his Ica'
,i :4 .,;t: & No news of importance was brought down a sand beach from hence they were ta. force which is the without was a Whig, goo truo- WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?

I 2 ,: ':. by the British Courier! (which has transpired) I I ken of by a vessel and conveyed to New Or. der.At midnight Radetski i. the octogenarian the tse of necessary f.r violence.! purpose-Boston tor written pledges the Unied were Stales pocket that there of a Scna The whig.are responsible at ,the bar ofnjj. i

t, ',' *nve that a pronunciamcn'o has been made by When on the Black Rambler, he reprobate, furious and thirsting for Italian D, Ado. Wednesday.unnecessary of were lie opinion for the continuance of this war. c

: .j, ': : f. Mariano Arila, Governor of San Luis Potosi. speaks having captured an American vessel blood, pent sums of money and cigars by thousands Whigs present who had seen them-that if they had acted promptly and If

-t" :--.t It represents the opinions of the people of that (name not recollected) on which there to all the barracks: : together xtitli an Singular Marriag1' :-A remarkable affair made chiefmagistrate should of this Union, his enirecahmet ring the present Congress, energeti.nd 1
selected from
the
L t ': ;;\ tate as well as Guadalajara! Guanajuato were a number of passengers all of whom Order of the Cay," sa strange, that I translate lately happened in New York, and which.is that b Whig par an early peace. This rests upon the ha bt

,11I ;' ;::: and Zacatecas: in regard to peace, to which were murdered and thrown irto the lea.- it for you word for word : narrated follows : ty-and none of lh oppiio could" ever of some of the most ainiO, j r
obtain fa
:--1:< .. s-" they profess to be utterly opposed. It calls From New-Orleans he went to St. Louis, and "Soldier! Behold t the cigars which you A gentleman a residing in a Southern State, If these office through be any ag' ( then. has the army. But distingibe in the i
true
things we
., the other states to for two hcs been living in that place smoke ; the repeat,
earnestly upon co.operate years wi tomorrowxvhile travern'ng was a regular correspondent of u certain periodical General turned vigorous prosecution of the war, they lave dis.
his back
his
.. ; ,i with them in organizing forces to defend the andicirif.. The Black; Rambler i is t the only town. Yea have.aru. Take care your in New York, which periodical was Taylor upon own played the most reckless opposition. Letter I
4 c solemn and lent himself the
1: '. .; .. country, and to levy taxes for the support of' vessel of which the nemo is given, he when selves." chiefly eJ.'U-d; by the daughter of the proprietor.In protestations ofa We after letter, article after article! bat beta I

: : :,: b the war. Our correspondent at Vera Cruz. I'I boasting, being very cautious about mention Jtiti. Zd.-Monday. At 4 o'clock, the garrison process of tine the gentleman and lady alluded believe trickery desperate party. cannot yet ed from tho press against it. Speech pr.!! l
that the old soldier! has shown
.,.' : from whom we derive these facts attaches I ing dato. and name: Tins man, r.d.Js the i:bands cf 90, 100 and COO men, tallied to became well acquainted with so speech in both houses Congress. Near ,

". I' "',).r:I. very little I importance to t this pronunciamcnto.The New Era, i is apparently forty years of age, out to traverss the town, with cigar in their each other, and pretty corresponded in a friendly utter a want of high principle, so ostrich- weeks have passed and not a new tea t

.! f.} Governor of San Luis has been playingthe with muscular! developments seldom equalled mouths, selecting! ; the public: promenades in mal! r. The l former, to make a long story like sides.a policy of catching the votes of both hat been authorized to be raised. The regiment earnest
In bold with the above views (
contrast -
I, fire-eater and the peopo! of his state areo and: a countenance which indicates nerve and defiance: of the mitI! >iiinU. For some time short, in love with t ti! ? a8 yet unseen lady recommendation of the Secretary of War

r : ( f '" '.' fearful of being invaded Iron Saltillo, or wi to commit any deed, no matter how dark I the people remained: rue! and calm spectators fel his hand in marriage.. After ascribed to General Taylor, we quote' the has been disregarded. No money hatleea 1J

1 I,, : :; :: Tampico, or from the city of Mexico, that damning in its nature. I Before the Jns- of this audacity ; Lit: finallosing!! all patience mature: oLertc deliberation, the love was accepted. following extract of his letters, which have raised ; but difficulties have been thrown ja 1J

,I: t ,;:t they are eternally urging the people of other tice he seemed quite unconcerned, and was ,they.gate;: vent, to inuiinurs and hisses. His next step was to visit New York wherehe a We passed ask away from the public mem- the way raising loans. The money caabe, 1I
attention the
:;.. ,.. ..::: states to unite and carryon the war.j. disposed to make jest out of what may yet The Austrian xvaited for no other pevoca: I Kept himcelf; out of the xvay of his inten. ory.Italics to passages. in obtained on the best terms, upon (the Secreta-

t' -..- --1, \,s the courier which came down was exelusively I lad to his execution.-Airie Orhans Picayune. tion ; hut, heated with wino and enraged, fell ded wife, though both parties were making [FrOm: Gen. Taylor's letter to the Native ry's plan. But the whigs have set their race

j.' : for the British! legation: we have: i upon the unarmed populace.; The indiscriminate arrangerentsfor :their union. The day Americans against it. Speeches are now going forth

:. '. \t', nothing from our ccrrespondents in the city(Jq J ---- massacre that followed was all that the fled, nlsoths! hour, and the friends of the lady "a. 1817.1 dated at Monterey, July 13, raise a panic in themarket. The chairmaa t

.. '::4'," '"z Mexico. I Supreme Court of "tll York.-Monday, Austrian Governor could! desire ; it commenced were assembled! in her father's mansion, and :%iy willingness to yield to the wishes of of the Committee of Ways and Means it attempting .
.w. The .Arro Irii has: *"on letter* from thecity 7/j The Methodist G P. M. and did till! mid I
Jan. :ai. IS 13.- rr. Epico. at not I terminate : she was ready to become a bride. At this to prove that we shall want twice
.. : ;; '. Mexico dated! the loth> xvhich the people at large; and to serve them in the I
C.I January, pal Centenary Church of Brooklyn.! night. A hundred' and fifty of the people I I stage of the proceedings 1 gentleman made office of the Chief should much money a the Secretary estimates md

". a.' say positively that peace has already: been Judge Edmonds gave the decision: of the were carried wounded to the hospital, andgreat hisappeurenceheralded I Iy carJ. Hewasre- \ and IagistracJ they. the pfiect will be to enhance difficulty

.. ) made and it adds that people of truth assert court in this case. I numbers in like condition received succor cognized as tie future son.in.l\: and husband, \fully unanimously has weighty responsibilities getting it. Authorize a duty on tea and cofee,

: !!, .:, ;.-. that t the government and the authorities would The Rev. Mr. Greene, who had been pastor in private houses. I cannot give the and was xvurmly welcomed by all prssent. ,the once expressed upon but me,I been not more than and permit treasury notes to be issued, srlet!

:.4 :' .,. very Mexico.,shortly be transferred to the city of of this church, was, by the annual conference number of the dead ; but among them is lady in the mean while standing among her the candidate ;of ANY party am to pledge tiling lube one of these measures be adopted, and the m ,
:
'r ; suspended from his ministry for one :Manganini, councilor of the Court: of Appeals ; completely veiled. The clergyman self to political creed save that which my. ney can be raised on excellent terms, I tie
We have been allowed! make any
an extract year, and Mr. Greene resigned his connexion a man of 60 years, much publicly hon now stopped J forward, and the marriage cere. directly from the Constitution and Secretary wants it. There can be no doubt t

: : from a private letter received by a commercial with the Methodist Episcopal Church, and ored and esteemed. In rauiug hi* dcr.d body, mony was performed ; then it was that the the proceeds best and interests of the about all this ; and yet a stumbling block i Ucontinually 1

house of this city : the Church of which he had been the police found mean to invert a dagger into husband fixed his the and paramount country thrown in the way oftbe lO
.: ', Centenary frt eyes upon eyes and which they demand. If i
solemnly
VritA Can, 1r IcoJal. 23, 1849. his pocket, to make (hat thu For these the
and invited of p'olitical transgressions of
If the pastor: also did the same thing, i appear .respectable countenance his wife. elected to the Presidential office it be day :
I' : : Tliere is and valuable: train must
a large
I .i xeiy Mr. Greene to become its which niogifttrate was an insurgent reckoning will come,and xvill the wfcijs '
pastor without of dear
it certainly
which leaves in the for any ager.cy my oxvn,-(
: morning Jalapa. It The soldiers: drunk with wine and their the of
to their
: I he accepted.: Mr. Griffiths was then appointed IJ100 Denton Ofut the Horse Tam r.-This singular xvill be at variance with cherished rue opposition con
; i i and my most
.
: r iscornposediapartofGovernrnentsort.s, by the conference and bishop to be pas.I fell furiously even upon dead bodies ; cue personage, says a late Nashville paper, aspirations-and) to those duties I must I try at the next presidential election. They

1 property belonging to friendly Mexican iner- I tor of the church, but the trustees oft; relutJ young man was pierced with 32 xvound. has been in this city for several days, and of' ltd go are now sowing the wind, to reap the whirlwind .
charac.
?r, :i S chants. I is a more vlu11Jle ,one than any I J ed receive him or give him posesuion of the The Podecta, Count Casati, who found hit wonderful kill in the management and ter.unram by pary pledge vf every ; but, in the mean time, ibis 1 mora

.5 ..; that has yet b?en upon the road. A large on tke ground that the church had himself tb crowd was also arrested ; ra. taming of horses, hundreds, can testify. '. treason" is calculated to produce its e
" parsonage Should the nominate and wors (
force of guerrillas, about GOO, under Co!. people elec i
'; : ceased to be connected! with the conference, cognized soon after: he insisted on being con. A few experiments: that I saw with my own (and there is for this fect upon the enemy. As soon u they se
} Zenoble, known to he the road ample space previous to
are waiting on ducted with the rest to the When the of the and
and denied jurisdiction. Mr. Griffiths then police. eyes would the most: incredulous. A dilatory course whigs, suspect
the time of the elections
: to attack it, and Gen. Twig, who is exceed. there be announced with; much tisf ) some one of the that not vote the the Mexicans
t prosecuted! Lis alleged rights to be th -ir pastor indignation, few days since front or the Union Hall, a gifted statesmen of the to its they wi supplea
4.. ingly anxious to chastise this noted person. in the Civil Court, and Judge Edmonds. to Toresani, the director of the police, that if stfcnge and wild hprso, the property of Dr. highest interests, I should country hail the represent will only abandon thoughts of ne.gotiation
.z :. age, has adopted the following ruse de guerre his arlminUtration did not forthwith measure but they will begin to rally their
decided that the itinerancy of the j prAache of I i give om.I Hull of Gallaiin, xva presented to him for a with joy."
i to accomplish his purpose : The guerrillas I that church was a well established rule: of the i plo satisfaction to the people and magistrates!, trial of his Iki, and in lest then ten minuteshe scattered forces and attempt 'lo :cut off some

.t I., v }have their pies in this city who will report Methodist Church, and that tho practice of I for the! disorder excited by it, he himself would made as gentle as a dog, the horse following [From Gen. Taylor's letter to Dr. Bronson, wing or detachment of our army. When we
i ; the starting of the train, which will turn back bear their the Vi. Charleston, S. C., dated at Monterey, Au. took their in
1 their enforcing that itinerancy by means of the complaint to Emperor at him about wherever he xvent. The city, they persevered raisiig
r't after about three miles: 10, 1847.]
: going on the road.Meanwhile gust
: and with their
would annoying us
', Bishop stationing the preachers without con. enna. same hone not permit an umbrella to troops gueril
41t 1; the escort, composed of two field "I deem it proper, in reply to your letter, because the road Cruz
this massaerethat
suIting their: wishes or those of the congregation So premeditated on be hoisted over him, but in the hands of Ofutt, to Vera wa
[ : 5! laueriel, two companies dragoons, and four distinctly to repeat that I am mf before and told that
i was not contrary to law. That the the morning of the 3d, Racetski and Toresani he soon became a familar to umbrella as th they were no more reinforcements
\. : : : infantry, till leave the road and endeavor to Church i Brooklyn hating been sent an order to the hospitals, requiring them a bridle: and would! stand perfectly still, while people of the United States as the candia were going to our army. As soon u

I : .. .. come upon and surprise the guerrilla force. organized Centenary} in connexion: with the society at to hold in readiness all their disposable litters unibrclla was not only hoisted, but rallied about for the next Presidency. It is my great they discovered that these calculations wee
'j The Horse Riders sire to return at the close! of this to the
; Georgia
Independent
and beds. his head! and struck tar visionary! that our were pouring
large was bound, long as that connexion on his face with it. ; troops in
:. Lieutenant .Anderson, are a part of the escort. I continued, to abide a by the law laid! down by Jan. 4.-This morning l the municipality Several other cases, equally as remarkable< discharge of (hose professional duties and to and the road opened they began to flag ia
the of those domestic
i : Th* Great Gaines Case.-The New York their church goxernment. And that theirI addressed to the people: a soothing proclamation I could state, but the above wil suffice. The which enjoyment I was called at its commencement pursuits from and their efforts, and to talk of peace.

,' Courier publishes} the following extract from I meeting house and parsonage hating been exhorting them t: tranquility. The great beauty of the art is simplicity and for which tastes and education best fit, But 1 reaction will probably take place a
kttcr ofa member of the House of built by;contributions: from Methodists cener- |I Viceroy, who, at the first rumor of these I the short time it takes him to communicate it my me. soon as they hear of the proceedins of COD-
; but due
Kepre. 4'I deem it candor
to
I to state, at the
events, had taken refuge Monza, his countryseat to others. gross ; they will new of're..
;' and for the use of the Methorli&t Episcopal I hopes
tentative writing to a friend in New York ally a
same time.that, if I were called to the I'rcsi.dential .
I' describing ihe cene in the Court )Church, it was not in the power of the I sent, on his part, a proclamation, addressed sistance. Their spirits will begin ta rallr,
Supreme
chair by tha voice of the
them other to his "veU'lelored Milanese! Man and Wife. A general peo. and new vigor will be infused into their
; of the United: States when the decision trustees l" Inert to any purpose, I Parting young man oper.tions.
was without their
b read in the case of Mrs. Gaines or to withdraw them from the 'subordination What think you ofa love indicale by blows named James Gormly, at a house in Moya. I pie, regard to political dier-I Wo to the whigs, if a single detachment .
great
: I should deem it to be
,
i, "I I was when Judge Wayne read which was voluntarily assumed at the establishment of a sabre ? This i i. the frt proclamation raenn'ng,on Friday evening ventured the dang ences my duty of our gallant army should. be cut c
present the office. But while I
} the decree in her favor. The Court was of the society.A emanating from this functionary for more than
rrowded to overflow with tha wit peremptory mandamus was therefore is. 30 ears. I wife, who were fighting, when tho belligerent policy our At all I evcntsthcy will have to answer at tie
and
beauty early Presidents, I desire it to be understood
;. ; fashion of the city.-while! immediately surd commanding the defendants to admit the The police, not to be behind band, has also I couple turned upon him, and one of them bar of their country for the prolongation of the
that I cannot submit, in thus
oppo.p even
.ite the Chief Justice was Clay, Webster relator to their pulpit and parsonage.-Journal published two proclamations, which you will : inflicted! a severe injury on his head with tbe : accepting war. They might have arrested the war by
,
it exaction
to of other
Ccmmcrcc. find in the journals.Tho woOlen bar ofa door. He was taken to the th any pledges a to pompt and vigorous measures. Theirs is the
Jones, Johnson, &c. fee. all with of
:yr listening the I should that of discharging
course
this pursue than responsibility let the shame and be
municipality, indignant at pre. Pennsylvania Hospital. ; disgrace
t: inten! e anxiety to hear the final decree, its the best
meditated butchery: d satisfaction function of y ability, theirs.
& ra-ds of Ji .
which proves alter all that Law is the music Lareandlel'-There is little d.fTer-: and
\r the Governor. He refers them the Late Jamaica received at New York. btrickly with require.
to police, papers accorlco
the and love and the NEW DEVELOPMENTS.
f>f spheres, her seat the bosom of ence between the man in man ments of the .
; God. As the Judge proceeded to read the in debt. Both the debtor and the lover commence which in its turn, refers them to the Viceroy, continue to harp upon the faling! prosperity of I have thus the circumstancesunder Judging from the developments which aredaily
the island. of foundthemselves given you
Many proprietors estate
t S : decree the audience was breathless and silent operations by promissory notes ; the and he points again to Radetiki. Rest aivar- which being made. Rough and
I be induced
only can to .Ol Reay"has"
at the close of the without accept
cd will the of the
'I i a death The form of the very clever and former giving biU! to his creditor, and the lat. blood no shed.one assume responsibility means to take the offlhe year.ground and the high and responsible office of President of had his day" among the Whigs. .

i'I. accomplished! lady was bent forward catching ter sending billets data this fair one. work it into and crop Mr. Borthwich the United States. I need hardly add,that I Bolts, the Whig representative from Virginia,
t. j. every word a it fell-xvhile every eye was The lore by promising to cherish, is hone This morning two counsellors of the gov. sugar rum. cannot in has recently written a letter to the Richmond
a member of the Parliament any case permit
7 intent on her, and every heart throbbed in ored place in the lady's good books ; eminent sent in their resignations declaring Imperia was ona the people myelto bplmmgh Whig, in which be advocates the claims of
the of
visit to
a public he before po
would such
they not consent to to meeting
unison with her own. As the Judge proceeded and the by promising to pay, winneth administration. belong an declared hit to recommend and liical parties that now so unfortunately divideour Mr. Clay, and scouts the pretensions of" Old

: i became mnifes that there was an admission into the creditors's ledger. purpose urge, their this Zack" in the following language :
S his return to the abolition as for
on country
England, of all
.'S earthly tribunal where the rights of the child, Love keepeth its captive awake all night, eo To-day the following placard was conspicuously candidatefor oc. .Am I aske" he enquires,"at such a time
duties Jamaica
and coffee Can General Taylor with the
the wife and the mother could lie doth debt. posted : "lrther! courage Turbu. upon sugar a trans. and in of our fate, to discard a
protected fer of the blockade from the coast of Africato these sentiments him full in the face
and every heart was moved, and eye Love is uncalculating, and debt holdeth no lent zeal is Avoid being led on staring wise, practical, experienced Statesman, wha
the of Cuba, Porto Rico and Brazil the nomination of the and
: was lighted up with gladness and delight. reckoning.The by the provocations of(he police ; let us I learnto ports accept Whigparty, commands the confidence and esteem of

: T l..e was concluded, and then arose man who oweth money is in need of restrain ourselves, that is a proof of power. and an extensive system of immigration from merit the character for manly frankness, in. true Whig throughout the broad limits eer

a scene I shall never fret, and which Ian- brass, and so is the swain who poppeth the Tranquility and dignity now Increase !I" Africa. genuousness and intrepid moral courage, with land, to take up a soldier from the field, flash
friends
which his have invested him 7
: guage fails to convey. immense auditory question. We have here only assassins in uniform ; Mirabeau B. Lamar, a member of the leg. would make him play a character They ed with victory, and whose trade is war-

:, rose, encircling the lady, each emulating Morse made Pacha.-A corres. the people have sworn to avenge the unhappy islature of Texas from Loredo, has introduced Whig or Democrat-"dube whose opinions on the great question are unknown .
the other in the effort to her hand and Professor fallen, and to their In de. or puppy"togain to me and to -from whom xr0
grasp reconquer in that body resolution againstthe you
pondcnt of the Journal Commerce, ', a protesting the "sweet voices" of both
her the result, which 'A'riting fault of other themselveswith parties. have not had the intimation ofa
congratulate upon proves arms, they supply r of to Mexico, slightest par
territory
from Constantinople, that *a decoration Jnquishment any Timo will show but xve cannot believe
that Justice, though slow, is in the end certain. says knives and Calabresi the ; yet wish because he re.
.. daggars. I south west the Rio Grande, that had pose or a -only comes
::' diamonds ofa Turkish Order of Honor,such that he xvill enact such a culpable part as his"friends"
:. If I had the pen of inspiration I might welUknown armorer, cannot meet the demand been by the United States, and an- commended a committed to no policy,beyond
4 is to Pachas of two is actuallyin would make the world beKeve.
as given conllerf1
describe the scene. I cannot. The xvif.of tai: on him. Yesterday: morning he sold other respecting the incorporationofa his own will and judgment?
the hands of our Legation for Professor The Now York Express, a leading
3. I the gallant soldier sat until she felt 180 of Whig 'Throw to the ofit."
unmo\'ec pairs pistols.P. portion of this ;nto physic dogs ; 1'none
conscious of her Morse from the Sultan, in return for tbeiew conquered territory paper, is far from satisfied with the "hybrid" "
triumph then Ilf woman, S. I letter to that tho the State of Texas. Tho latter resolution I have bad enough of your no-party men.
open my
I' her : of his Telegraph.! will arrive in America say peo- position in which General Taylor's
with all tenderness I
pent up stood reveal fiends
., cd in the burning tears that rolled down her I with a Royal diploma at the same time." pie have adopted the same resolution in reference fully explains the ;ormer.Myslerious.A place him-and in the following Albany. Patriot.

4 .. cheeks, a i in humility and thankfulness to I Blindness Curtd.-Dr. George Dock, at check to on the the lottery Austrian as Treasury.to toliacco-a Toresani second, man who registered his trays Certain its it horror is, that of unless being we again know Tylorised.more.of Literal Translation. Parisian author

Gcl. harrisburg, Pennsylvania, removed!, a few Redetski! and Fiquelmont (worthy trio I) are name at the Globe Hotel in Augusta t a James General opinions ha will has translated! Shakelpear'. line, .OUR,

The sentiment that pervades this community I days ago, a cataract in the eye of a boy thirteen exasperated!, and arc now concocting a plan Swan from Florida, on Tuesday! last, it is ceive the Taylor's neither, never re. brief candle," into ; "Get out
and
; is one of lieart-fMt. rejoicing; all doinghonor I years of age, by the name of Gulp, who persecution against the Milanese population feared has been made way with, (remarks the mount the support political ladder : party, never you short candle ?" That isn't &bad .th

.; to her, who with unshaken energy, has had been blind from his infancy, but who now especially!: the nobles. Constitutionalist.) one of his companions translation of an exclamation of Milton's by a

.; vindicated her own rights without trenchingun ((111 three minutes work nfthe surgical instrument having left the City under suspicious circum. Now that he is at home, and now that he Frenchman, who rendered *. Hail, horn

those others. Her lofty character is un. ) has the vision. His past life stances. is a candidate for the Presidency, (if candidatehe hail I" thus : How d'ye do, horrors ho7
power
4 .. dcnto and" perfectly appreciated-for she must, indeed, seem as a dream Courier Very Decided.-The editor of the Boston Swan it (or was) about 5 feet 7 inches is by his own consent,) there is not the d'ye do 1" ,

:; to fie of class who would says : made with hair and about shadow ofa reason xvhy he should not declare
alight
acknowledged ,
that high, sandy ,
44 It i in that xralketh IT is well known, that the further we goSouth
Fair.-A direct
good man was once at. il not man to his what thinks and
he
,' brave the of the elements! Pretty speak out like honest
fury or kneel by a 2: or 3G ofage. He had about 82,. an
until reach the
the conversion of fellow in but trust shall be ; years we equaterthe.momthe
; pallet ofstraw in the wintry midnight bring tempting a prison, steps we we never so 000 with him. man. Moreover, as Whigs, we protest a.
J' who had shown which were considered thoroughly deserted of all good influences rain increase". Thus at St.
signs as
to the gallant soldier in bis The (hat the editor knowsno gainst entertaining any idea of smuggling Petnb.there
conolatic and his the perserutions hopeful. After a suitable opening, the instructor to support Gen. Taylor for President ; but if sro paper says Whig President Into the White House 1 falls annually, 17$ inches
,
brighten to the of E. W. -a
passage grave, man by name Muray -
young a't Vera Cruz there falls 64 incbt$ --
make his such should fall to lot nearly
wishing to teachings appropriate, degradation our we
view that the
Courier
in the blest cia re-union seems to entertain. If
hope from Mr. M. stated
.I. 4 4 Mitt hertaer. said, *. What brojght you here, my friend 7" I I pray 'to Heaven we may not be lost in that committed Augusta.suicide in New, we York.A )yesterday, we cannot go there with the honors .fwar. The explanation o this is, that in warm climates

) A. the Dublin Cun.Homm Freeman : the of Two sheriffs,"said the catchumen.Ahem lower deep of dcgener c that wout require with drums beating and banners flying, we evaporation proeeds.moae ,igl.

: ; announces recent yet-but I mean-had intemperance anythingto us to support Daniel Webster an office 1 Louisiana Locofbco paper says-" One will not enter into any 'Trojan Horse.' An hence more vapors clu. ai.e ;
death in of
Home Miss
t, Curran, daughter of do with )your misfortune I" "Yet," said much beneath bit acceptance.A of tho provisions of the Constitution of the new honorable banishment affords us all the sweets consequence there are more -TVea-
the celebrated lush and
4 ;: ,:f betrothed of the unfortunate orator Robert patriot,Emmet.and the the convict meekly,; *'they were Loth drunk" lady now in Paris,thus alludes to the last Republic Liberia, excludes any white man ofajoyous consolation ;-but large expectations ton News.
,. from the privilege voting This is treating Yankee lVolion.r.-A bill has been
'. Miss Curranbad; fixed her residence in Rome The Time of Pruning }'nel.-Mr. Under novelty in the fashionable world : Lice is their brethren, tho abolitionists,rsthercon. changed to bitter fruits ; a bajtle fought ted'in the Massachusetts to repor.incorporate .

rt, iu 1940, and remarkable for the beaevo- hill, ofCroten Point, famous for the culture ; in greater favor than ever; i ornamenl our and won, turning out to be more disastrous i Legislature
'a
.' :. Jencc-and piejy of her character. Her! last superior grape, announced yesterday in the dress literally from head to foot, being now tests temptuously.'! -send on your petitions and pro. than a rout ; tho possession of the White a company bed with a and capital of$30,000rto rebel.

I illness was dtetingimhed bycbrutian fortitude Farmers' Club, that the lest time for pruning adopted a an ornament for ,ihges 1 We saw House itself our enemies protecting and em. manuractur quil. petticoat

.'", : and a heroic endurance of suffering. The vines is in March and April ; that he never a mol elegant slipper of pink tafiety edged Check to Enterprise.-Punch says that bracing the occupant-these are spectaclesthat TUl most True.-A writer In the Louis

;; -. correspondent ofile Freeman says that the romantic pruned in February u:1es for convenience, with gothic lire that ,encircled the quarter, many enthusiasts in England, who in the year once saddened cur eyes and embittered remarks, that for one country

". a. storyvbich Washington Irving bat and then be employed artificial means to stop and then formed a pompon in front, flied by a forty.five were prepared to throw a viaduct the collections of fifteen long years oflabor ; dealer who consults signs over the dolO

;,' cted wijh her name which is gen the bleeding; when pruned in March or satin rosette,or a little silver buckle. Cinde.rella's halfway: across:tha world, are now scarcelyable and, with our senses upon us, we will never place busin'ets, one hundred dirc.

I',.J : con eraIlyb&iev4IinIrcaad! an pronounced dolitute April tho Tine were in U) danger( "eed- slipper might bide its diminished head to construct 1 bridge to carry them safe* expose ourselves; to such a biter\morfcatonaaia. tiont to trading homes from ntvsfaper adver

., o CjumtyuLn.. ing.-JV. V. Co, Ale.I beside this coquettish; norjltjV" !11 over their last week'a xvatbjng! bill. ." i tisements.J' .

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Mt of sorry doctrines. Its friend* should know its constitutional rightThe Legislatures of all the Cblaesc )tLssIoss&ms. ARRIVAL OF THE. 'SARAH S.D NewportMlucralSpalng. I

EFLORJIAL vain best, and when they are willing to surrender Southern Stale, whether whig or democratic-all The Tier. Mr. Jenkins,who has been *et apart by DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE
EUROPE. II
the cause to the chance of a political game, let the Governors in their annual messages-every paper the Methodist Church, South, .ope of the Missionaries L'TES FOX f PHE ondtnignt. bins fully empowered .

-, "LET VI ALoaE." them not wonder that other should regard this I in the Soutb.no mater as to their political preference of that Church for China M a practical Further decline in Brdsfuf'-Coo remains J- to wunntP '' has had (tb. "

: --- some evidence of the worthlessness of that *-have denounced tbii Provisv in becoming printer. The Christian Advocate says that he-is steady-. tract immediately around the above Springs

Saturday, February 19, 1848. What an anomaly is here presented A political Cue. lngag a depriving us of our clear rights, and as one cf the best linguists ia.the country To a know. Correspondence of the Baltimore Patriot. acre laid oft etch In plo size he dwelling now olf lot far of. upwar.. Plansof ol 8 .'- 'J .

: -.--- ---- party,, pretending to b bound together and guided meaure to which the South woul not and oughtnot ledge o Hebrew, Greek and Latin, he adds a familiar NEW YORK, Feb. 10-2, P. M. the tame, with term, be seen at Dr. E. I

,- WE are authorized to announce Gen. WILLIAJI by high and salutary principles,supporting for a political to 'ieid. }q tl mol ini'uiol ProtisoJlfr.1nlhrop acquaintance with tbe Fiench, German and The auxiliary steamer Sarah Sends arrived Bananr.,Talbba.! First come ha" fir BAILEY u a candidate for the office of GOTcnwrof and advocate and From the fact of his s4aa L\DD.
office a maD who has never a single \\ it the crowed vigilant Spanish. being a printer
here this sailed from
&owl morning. She Liverpoolon Newport. 19.1919. 31Notice.
this State at the ensuing election. he ab! February_ _ 1
UI'ty political sentiment, and whose political views are its most able supporter in the haute ofJtepretenta- the trntatt. will b to command respect the ult.:,bringing seven days later news

QorlCr not only unknown but unformed. This is the attitude tot,! He voted for it'oke| for i, and used all and enlarge materially his field of operations in the than 22 the Acadia. The Sarah .
by
the
fj. The Rer. Mr. BLAKE will preach in taken by Florida Whig the doiags his inflaencei to have i iCorporte in the three Celestial Empire. His colleague is .the Rev. Chan. Sands had brought 19 SIX months after date. the nadersiraid will pre .I
Cburch to-morrow at the usual hours. I r days passage. his 'eonntsandvoucbertotheHoncrsbl. f
Ifotbodiit the Whig Conve.tionwihtnot drive them from this million bill, and to get it passed by the Springfield Taylor, a graduate of the New York Uni'erity.- Fiour.-There .been a further decline J'Jd'!of Probate of Leon County and apply for ,letters J

I MASS MEETINGOf position, the people who wish to votejintelligentlywill Convention. Yet in the face of all this, Mr. Win. The Missionaries are both members of the South of In. per barrel in flour. The }best American ol di..ri..i.n.t administrator at the estate of .,

the Democracy of Leon County.The find much trouble in learning what their aim is, throp was elected Speaker by the votes of Messrs.Hitliard Carolina Conference, and will sail for their field .f Western Canal was selling on the l.eary J. GasVins, late of said County, d.-r f dW13LEY '
rjrit the election and Cabell and have seen their plea in labor some time in April next. This is the first four : IG. AdnVr.Frbnarf I .
: beyond mere of a m.n.to be President. we 2'Jd! ult. at 23s. 6d. The quotations by S.-. SIBLEY. !t5erit. Hi !
By
Democracy, of Leon County are re. C.ntrI Taj lor sav 1 he will not run as a party justification. nut they cannot screen themselvesthus. and only foreign 'mission undertaken by the Southern the Acadia were 29s. CJ. to 30s. Corn meal 13. J".q. 31 l Cm ._ : ,

( i pectfuDy] requested to attend a Mass Meeting candidate. Then these Florida Whig* must sup. The people have sufficient discernment to Methodist -Church. also slightly declined. -- -- -- f t
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port him as a" no-party" candidate-not ss Whig, perceive the vast difference in the effect of the two .I hear Grain.-Indian Corn his: also! receded in Estray.
beld at the C urt.bouse in Tallahassee regret to that ere i probability of .
be n the of( the .ub'.eria \
It& to else they would thrust the old hero into a positionhe meure.and they will net fail to make their ap sending the Southern mail by the rail-road. Mr. price about one shilling per quarter of4SO lb*. C.uI to plintilion .. :
the 2-Vh of a
the 26th of inst. on January I.s'
'ci .00 Saturday, day February refuses to take Now, when all these things are preciation of the conduct of their representativesmanifest Go gin tells me that the terms offered by the CC. The quotations were noted at 29 to 33 shillingsas _ _bre red rrel HORSE. has Is his riM; ;

10 select Delegate* to attend the Democratic considered, what will be the deduction a to thevalue through the ballot-box.. They may search pany.if within : few day, are wholly inrCissible. I to quality. eye, white 'p .t inhisforehead.h'd untheforefe.t. r
and
persisted in, will that route of Ihe !
idth State ConTention,) 'Whicb"ilI assemble at of Florida Whi
Madison Court Hotjie on the TIIIED MONDAY indriinable. I votes, but they "'i find nothing PO obnoxious to in their demand, and the people ought to take them figures are given. call aw ,v.prove property, pay charc WM.. .SPEIGHT.

, censure as tber; own support of \ nlhrcp. They : in hand"The Co'ton.-Tbe Cotton market steady, 1 t'
1 and take other coed February 1t tMS. :3t 4i
MAKCH EXT, to measures The Way the IVar Prolonged. : ,
or any .
I may resort to the arts of the demagogue and seek to above i is from the Washington corresoondeacs I and the quotations brought out by Acadia .
to iecure the of' From time to time we have given evidence of the the lichmond Land for Sale. .
but The Company
necessary permanency mislead the minds of the people by fallacious r 11'Mff. ril.roat had been sustained. .
I Republican principles. A fall and general bad effects of Whig policy upon the prospects of plausible reasons for their course, but they vill be alluded to i. the one [roes which the P. 1'!. The money market bad improved and wai HE undersigned will sell that fine tnct of land : J !

Attendance is most respectfully solicited. peace. At first, it was only a few speeches of notorious sure to fall into their own net i the end. They General lock !the earning; of the Southern nail, for still improving. The general aspect was T knoffnas ttieOverstrcettractciiulte about sit t .
orId and few articles of obscure io and adjacent
of f
men, a : miles north County
paperIhatlook cannot conceal the fact that the election l : cf Mr. which act the ss big pre heaped on him so much a- more fa'.oraLle.PIo'i.ions Toliha.et. Ln. Said _

Newport lineral Spriugs. sides with the enemy, in Inch terms a to give Winthrop has been a mot unfortunate thinp, whether buse. I now turn out that Mr. Johnson was right dull and demand moderate-prices contains to about Ihe .plantation* and( forty Halt !, a portion tract : :
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enM. We are induced to $all attention to these Spring him any comfort and encour'gEent. These gradu. we look at his votes on the GidJinps resolutionin i:what he did-the exorbitant rate* chart by the rather dropping. of which h.n been cultivated and ofherwii im* : t I-

thus early for the reason as will be seen in another ally became more numerous. whom bet regard to slavery in the District cf Columbia, or Company alone being the reason of JIM course. Will No general or political news of moment. proved. Satisfactory title will te made to the pur "
ertjpement for the sale of building ter things were to be expected ;arrayed themselves the whig take back their ? The has chaser. Terms made known en application In .'
column, of an at his construction of the Committee OB Territories, press ucju censures ship Isac Wright also arrived atXew JEFF.
TIIOS. 0
lots in their immediate vicinity. They comprise against their country, and fent forth speeches which Leaded York from which sheleft HEI. t. :
a majority of whom are Wilmot Proviso men, Liverpool, place Agent and for owner.
Claims Attorney
.bout an acre each and are pleasantly situated.Faciilie .- gladdened the hearts of the Mexicans. The number by Caleb B. Smith, a talented and ardent whig of for Military Service. on the 18th ult. We hare by her a brief Febfur 19, IStS. 31 41 -f I
in the habit of summer residences increased more rapidly ; and at I length a whole commercial but it is
I procuring the abolition school. Mr. Milliard stated in his TREASUlYDEP..tltTMENT; despatch, superseded by :
) more pleasant or healthy party, strong in nimbers and in intellect, liss taken the Sarah Sand There Notice. .rst. .
could not perb psfind a speech that lIe had bee led Io Mirvf that.Mf. II': news. were 5000
IU the position which the would rather themin SECODnHToR'* Orricn, LL indebted to the estate rf. Louis: Joiner, ot5teof1amittoriCountydceaed.arere.uest. I
see
location. The cost of a convenient summer enemy was trustworthy," but his whole couise before and bales Cotton sold: in Liverpool on the 17th u't. A ptrn" t- .
Ocfi.lrr'2i 1840. !
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building would be email, and the facilities of obtaining than any other. since has proved that he was not and is not trust To enable those who The followingdespatcli was received layhe cd to make immediate payment ; and tho'e havingdemands i ;
claims the
all necessary isUrf11iu for a family would The effect of ;11 this has been evident. Mexicohas worthy. His votes and speeches wEe on reronl'belor United Slates for 1.nE on Sun. It will be seen that it differs somewhat < are requited Io present them in tera. of t -

render a summer residence at Newport very econom held out, hoping that those who thus pleaded in his election which cleaily showed that he treasury money due (1: account from ours in regard to cotton }but from tbp t the bw. uly authenticated.' f f ..
:: f
military vices rendered! deceased .
ical. i her behalf, would soon gain the ascendancy, as they si by trr.or of the cotton market, prior to the sailing rUZACEI JOINER, Adm 'i
; was not one who could be trusted. by the South.: officers and soldiers! whether ; 2m 1 ,, ;
Communication between the Spring and the LightHouse boasted they would do, and would then relieve her Since his election, he has pandered to rl.@ ibo'.iiion- volunteers: to draw such balances regulars with tle or I of the steamer wo are of the opinion that FebnmarylP.lSt9. _

will be contract already from the war which they so bitteily denounced. To our account is most likely to }be correct : :
soon open a having ists, carrying out their cherished: desire by hU casting leaPt difficulty: and the information i Strayed 'j jl
I"I been made for building a bridge across East River, infuse a spirit suitable to this end. her rulers and vote, and by other acts showing his identity ifl is published.! dcuj following LIVERPOOL Tuesday, Jan. 13. SOLE mint itlie subscriber, at .= ,, ;
have caused these denunciations of Wheat has been I and MiU; near in 5 -
and for improving the road. prominent men feeling with them, at least so fur rs the question of in good supply, we reduce kOR : e"lorl. J

"IU The medicinal qualitiesof? the Springs were tested! our Whigs to be published and disseminated, as a slavery ii'to be affected by the acquisition of new ORDERS OF CLAIM. our quotations from 3d to 4J per 70 Ibs.I. Cour.ty s-he, one a dark.or both( tslul hind&.ro;- ..
of
by a number of invalids last season which in most means of convincing the Mexican people that theyhave territory. All these matters will be canvatd by \Vhere letters tes'arnentary orofadminis- U.[ J. as wel as fresh and home made flour white.iOKS:near, his middling feet, blaze fved, about eight years .1' t '.

. ,- cases proved highly beneficial- These Springs are friends here who} will ;accoraplikh for them the people in due time and such an a\ard midedy i (ration are legally granted, such legal representative receded =8 per barrel. Indian corn and cornmeal uhf, and quite ".':lited. Any information will bthjnklully S S -
r accessible at all times never being overflowed by I what their armies cannot do. Here iswbatadistin- i will have preference.Vhereihe gave away again to day Our quotations received,and a liberal reward will be paid : I'
them the merit. of the case demand. Mr. 1:
may
I officer of the the I I I sum due hundred djUarx, it will 2s 490 Ibs. and Is. for his return to the fJ .
1 high water. The accommodation for visiters at guished army, once whig, says on Milliard has thought them of sufficient importance xrcel O. : are per per quarter: cheap subscriberGEORGE S. KING.Newr : r.
1 understand, will be much improved subject : I be paid to legal l ; l representative alone, no er than this day week. Toe following are the > 31Notice. ,.t
Newport we j to cause him to leave his scat in Crrrrrs and pay a | ',ft, February" 1I 1 15 J9. :
, [ .Mr. Webster's has been hereby : lie distributee.i : ; 4
this season. I speech republished mtcr11 may I quotations :1 .
visit to his constituents, but we shall! : ice if eten
1 the fe .icansin every variety of form, as well as I I thi:* deceased: died unmarried: payment U. S. four 27s a 23s per l"rreI Corn '1 tl;

S (ODE Bow's Commercial Rtr t1r for February a stncpcis of Mr. Ch>'I; and they have been made such a proceeding will divert them. from pronouncing : wil be made first, to the father! ; second, to meal, per Ibs., 14s a 4s tic!. corn, per'cn., creditors, legatee!, entitled to dis .! '; ;
.
baa been received. This monthly continues to maintain the foundation cf appeals to the Mexican people, such a verdict as ,'i in future Lc a sarningtohim ALL- interested in the estate ,
) in their irdecisina-flatteriur their tht mother ; third, to the brothers and sisters per qr. of 4SO Ibs., oOs a 33j. Wheat 7s 9da or otherwise .
them : .
its high character. The editor has caused to I confirming and to others. : and to the heirs 9J. (,1 James M. Sl" e, Ute of Jefferson Coflnly, de- :: 4
collectively 8s .
lastly gearrateach
1 hopes that one of the great parties cf our country ---- -- ; ; notified to exhibit their claim 0 ; lJ ;
be re-printed the previous numbers of the work, and I will arrest the .erutio a of the war. and ,uttir.gciffurever claiming! where those Jan. 21. ces.d.: are hereby
pro API'OTIEXTS FOII TIlE PREACHERS OF cass prccecding LI.FRPOOL Friday, and d.nnr.di within two year from this date to the j i 1
furnishes them to subscribers who did not commence in my opinion all prospects cJ an amicable and all .
FLORIDA CONFERENCE are There is a little firmer feeling 'to-day in rfml' 9zned: or the same will be barred : J i
I have discovered .
with the first volume. The volumes are mailable. settlement her, that of it some one in the Stales, who has TiE If the deceased had }been married, then the: breadstuffs, and the decline seems to be check rrons i indebted to !.il estate are re nesled to make .t: T. f\

53- We are indebted to the Revs. P. P. SMITH and had access to all the publications of the country has Qn\"cI DIST-R. II. Lucker, 1*. E. following wile the order of claim ; first t. the I ed. Corn has advanced I per qr., and cornmeal immediate: pavment.JAMES r. Sef r 1
in correspondence with the Mexican Secretary widow ; the child or children: (if minors Gd per barrel. TChEt. : :
: :
E. L. T. BLAKE for the list of appointments of the ben of Jefl-rto-i County lJ rodm'r. .
S. P. Richardson.niaJiCJy f'
f
and has transmitted to him all theerticles Quincy t.
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(' the guardian ;) third, the father : fourth: Friday, Jan. 21. l-t*. 31 :
Florida Conference which will be found i in this I.InrpooL
day'spaper. F.bruaIt.
of the American favorable the Mexicans and r
press -U. C. Smith.JJainl.lrulgeS. the mother: ; fifth, the brothers and skerscollectively Colion earlier part of the H t
the Mexican I tae in ray O5'(5siSfl i marly I Florida
_ _ i1reelsundredolthese cau.f. Many ol them were \ooLerr ; and lastly, the heirs general. week the demand for American was generaland Middle District of [
atics. .
Tb Mast Meetlnc. translated and ." Albany-J. J. Sealy. ) I there he more than one brother, or sis I good, and the sales to Tuesday evening UTAKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUNTYDiniel .:. f. : I,

Oar democratic friends in Leon will rememberthat Can any body doubt that these things; have a tendency ter, or child, or heir general. should> the money were 16,000 bales! at full prices. Since that Ladd, Plaintiff ,In Attlf*(?,!. .. -.: t
Gadsdcn W.
GrifFin.
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next Saturday, (36th.) is the day appointed for to protract the war? Why else should Mexico 'r be due to one of those classes, letters of I day the demand has increased, and holders .. Debt $'1 Jf]' ; !
)
Lockhart, ,
Thomas Zi'
the meeting in this place which is to select dele crushed and disabled as she is, refuse to give us [One to be supplied.] administration must, in all cases, be taken laving shown an increased disposition to sell, \ is Dfenhnf tu the said Too:{ .
\TOTICE
gates to the State ConTention, to be held at Madison peace ? In the language of tie. same writer : Who IVaA'ulia-'I'o be supplied. out. price hare declined and the markc closedheavily. IN Lockhart and alUther persons t .4
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Court House, on the third Monday in March next. can tell, in view of facts like these, how much of Spring Creek Mission-R. S. Tucker PROOF AND AUTHENTICATION Committee's quotations are-Fair above cau=e, that the plaintiff Daniel Ladd, has the instituted office ..i. 't t

We hope there will be a full attendance. Every the blood that has been shed in this war is owing to Flint River Mission. -To be supplied. To satisfy the accounting: that the bowed 4i| ; Mobile: 4| ; and Orleans! 7d.: of the this Clerk suit by of the attachment said VTakuIla, issued Circuit from Court .1.f r r.
cjfcer
democrat from every part c the country it is desirable the action of such publications ?" Still these w ;swill person claiming is entitled to money, the against the lands and tenements, Roods and chattel. ,.; I Iof 1'-. !
to have The time is at hand when our from their evil MR WINTHROP AND THE ABOLITIONISTS. said Thomas rHldl beyondthe 1
Every they
present. not cease doing. day ] of two witnesses must be Lkhart.ho
TALLAHASSEE DIST-Ira I.. Potter, P. E. depositions procured tlt due Io the said !
should be aad doing. we wish to bolder in the of It is often asked those who of this d f
party up I cary grow espousing cause tb enemy. to be taken before a judge or justice ofthe by attempt to executed and delivered .
Tallahassee W. G. Ladd I- note
the State in our fall elections we must now begin I Can it be possible that a fearful retribution will not Fagg. peace (who shall certify to their: credibility,) defend the course of tlie Southern Whigs who and payable on a pro to W.!ory H- Perry rr be rer. dated Ihe Sh J .1

the work in right good earnest ; and that we all wish I: overtake such conduct ? Z>on-J. \V. Mills.T7inmasrillc that the person so claiming is the widow or voted for Mr. Winthrop for Speaker, "Howis of November. S41cue one day atter its da1-. ad 'j' >{

to carry it, and are determined to do so, if zealous -J. Penn child, &c., of the deceased ; and if it be a i it, if Mr. Winthrop be the Abolitionist and I which note wa tranaterreil from the said; \\Ihe II. a j;
I
efforts to propagate correct principle can carry it, AnoterIndicton Attempted. Monliccllo-To be supplied. child, that it is of age, and the only child ; or Wilmot proviso man it is said he is,that)Iel'ri. IVrrr Lad by delivery a'mount'.n.principal for a.valuable cocsnleraion and interest! tn i 1: f I.
The Mr. Milliard has been said now .
Hon. Alabama,
there 6huIdnak trying
cannot be doubt. of
a Every one us Tuck and the three
Madison-R. II. Howren. if it be a brother, or sister, or general heir, Palfrey Giddings, strongest Stther. to the sum of three hundred and twenty- o
out his field of labor,and should enter upon it ',: to excuse to his corIituent his vote for Mr. that te deceased left no other brother, or sis. Abolitionists in the House, should refute seven and fiitt-three cenU : Now the psiit l \ \ \ \

1 resolved i gather much fruit to the noble cause c II Speaker Winthrop. On the 25th cf last" mcnth he Hamilton-To be supplipd.VillJacoochie tar or general heir, and that the claimant is to vote for him 7 I d f-nJot dolan all other persons interested i!the .

democracy. It is no time for any democrat to be addressed a public meet in; of the citizen of Mont \ Mission-'I'o. be supplied. lawful age ; and said deponerds s.al make We will answer (fnis question by others.If .- above suit are and hereby plead required to the declaration to enter filed his or in their th* :, ... 1

lukewarm. The honor of our country demands the gmery. and attempted to justify his vote by using Warrior ,M'i.csion-J. Slade. oath! that they are disinterested. Mr. Winthrop be rw(the Abolitionist and lJid apiezranre suit en or before the first day of the next May rt

active services of each cf them. I the country's -I' same arguments put forth by Mr. Cabell in las Leon Colored MissionTo be supplied. The certificates of the clerk ofthe court to I Wilmot Proviso man be is said to b<>, how i is Circuit Court to be Lett ia the s.id County of \;- : t

war is to be sustained,they are the persons upon late Circular: and with about the sisie success, if P. P. Smith, Agent. for Fletchcre Institute"and which said judge justice belongs, accompa. it that his election is so generally acceptable kulla.or otherwise judmentill be rendered against i) ti 1!:.
whom will devolve this duty. the measures of we Riay judge b the criticisms of the Alabama. papers. to the Abolitionists and Wilmot Proviso him or then by. default
I nied by the seal of his office, i if be has: one, men DANIEL LADD. 1 "

the present administration,which, in practice, haveso He cited the opposition. by Mr. WintLrol to Sunday Schools.NEWXAXSVILLI and if not, by a certificate of the fact, must be I at the :;ortl out of the House ? And how is February lt.2.5-J 31 _, .1

well vindicated their 'policy, are to remain permanent -, a resolution! in the Springfield Connnli.n declaring annexed to said deposition. it that course of Messrs. })alfrrv. Tuck ',
the I thatfhe Whigs Massachusetts would not supporta : DIPT-J. I.. Jerry, P. E.; I and is condemned \VishjngtonNaUonalMonUmenL. : .
for the national benefit, to them belongs i Where letters testamentary or of administration GiJJings so unanimously by ; )

task of accomplishing this result. Let us, then slaveholder for President, a a sufficient reason X ernancril1e-L. G. Lesley. are forwarded, they must be proven to the Abolitionists themselves ? And how is it T lIE nnt'.ersisrned! \Vashiorton! duly Monument authorized to agent be erected for th. : : ;If F

how our faith by our works-let us come together in I I' ftr gititudet from Southern members. Like cur Columbia-Seaborn G. Childs. I b"true copies by the clerk of the court or officer I that their apooJ! to wit : that Mr. Winthrop to the National Memory of Gen. Washington in the City ,.! s i 4 a'

a numerous assembly, and revive the spirit of ac-I 'worthy representative, however, he !.ilr to inform Key Wcst-E. L. T. Blake. granting them, with the seal annexed, as would not pledges asked for in Mr. Washington having been deprived of Ihe privilege : : t

ton, and at least do our part towards redeeming the [ his constituents that at the sine Convention Mr. above, or its absence accounted for. Palfrey's letter-is deemed insufficient to ex- of calling personally n the citizens of Tallahassee ; ,' .1 "
Ma'ion Mission Pratt. .
State from the error of whigjery. I I Winthrop voted for and supported the Wilmot proviso -George DISCHARGED SOLDIERS.In cu-e their conduct. And bow is that the N. and Leon county would inform them that he has appointed '.
DcictorC. G. EGiJeH ib-azent. to rrci,e ; 1
We trust to have a goodly meeting,and that other -that mecsure so odiou to the South, and to Benton .Iisson-F. Stewart. all cases.where the soldier! has }been Y. Tribune, (one of the most uncompromising contributions and signatures during his absent: -f or

counties will also do likewise. There is necessityfor I defeat which Gen. Taylor is urged upon us as the llillsloro' Mission-J. Caraway. discharged-whether living or not at the time anti.slutryand Wilmot proviso papers of the Persons disposed to contribute to so laudable a purpose .s.1I ,

general action. The same remark have madeto only man we should sUNor in this crisis. Jut: of presentation claim-the captain's' den- i. North,) asserts of these gentlemen! that they will oblige by leaving their subscr/ptums/ and f t.! tt

the democrats of Leon, will apply to democrats why is it that tbos Southern whigs sILo voted for ST. MABVB DIST-J. Harris, P. E. criptive o be forwarded to this .mistook their path of duty V .\mllww i is it names with him. D. ACKEN. Cv. }. I i

throughout the State. Let one and all go to work Mr. WintLwp are so cautious to keep their; constituents ccrlifcateuhoulJ laud further, that the Tribune 'remarks : .We ;
J. C. 30
St. Marys- Ley. office ; to bounty or scrip, Feb. 12.149. l
and let ns have a convention worthy of our party, I in ignorance of the tote! that gentleman Graham. the dibcharge and surgeon's certificate should heartily approve Mr. Winthrop's course i: j ,

worthy of our principle*, and worthy of our S.te-I pave for the Proviso in the Convention ? Are they Jacksonville !> forwarded to the Commissioner of Pen. declining to give any such pledges. If they Groceries.TUST ( 1- 0

one which will effect much good, and conduce to ourftire dazzled at the fart that he Lad sagacity enouzh to Nassau-M. Bedeli. sions-. hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will received per Schooner Tallahassee from New \ )

success in the -otnitig campa n. lo that Gen. Tailor mil be the whig candidatefor Black Creek-W. M. Kennedy. MODE OF PAYMENT. they be persuaded, though one rose from the J Orleans.10 barrels superfine Floor, .- I' .. .

the Presidency, and it would lot be prudent for Urunsxick-G. A. Mallette, G. C. Chrke.Holmrsvillc Payments will be made by an order from dead ?7'When 10 II rectified Whiskey ";Ab 1
Florida Whigs and their l-rluclles.! ; the Whigs of Massachusetts to declare in Convention be these questions are answered saiisfactorily 5 New Orleans S gaf, i .
-To supplied. officers and the ;
the accounting ,
paymastermost
The of Florida have declared in favor of: that they would: not support a slaveholder ?- we shall feel it our duty to answer 1 No. 1 Leaf Lard. For 53Tl'ta'I. s t'I
Whig T. convenient to the residence of the claim E. : !
Inrin IS-fR. 30 A. HOC
Taylor. February 12.
General for the Presidency. Why have they Has this circumstance so bewildered them that they the question asked by the Wbig I
will command the
Such order (
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ant. -
done 8? Have his declarations and act been such have forgotten his previous vote to exclude the n"aruzoro' .Mission-N. Conner. money Martin, Smith & Thorn, I
at in almost every town in the United
him with their ? Has his South from in the St. Mi.csien-A. D. Russell. par Corvin. Resolrcd That Ohio bas t
as to identify par pub any participation benefits to be Augustine Stal es. Such order will require the signature Tom Commission and Forwarding Merchants: ,

lic career been such a to give him this preeminenceas derived from the war with Mexico ? I weuld seem Satilla Mission-J. J. Richards.II. ofthe claimant on its face, before it will be reason to be proud of her Senator in Congress No. 02, Poydras Street ;

a Whig leader? What is it that led them to take so from the fact'tkat the matter is studiously avoided Thomas Corwin. Her people hare watched N E\\ 0 R L J A X S. LA. :.! f ) 1

him candidate? We confess this them unless forced notice it the his with jealous affection.-Whig .
a their matter by to by pertinacity T. Jones, D. L. White, Jr., and J. J. paid.MODE OF PRESENTING CLAIMS.All progress N. M. MARTIS-C. W. SMITH-THOS. L. THORN.Refer 1'0 f
las puzzled us not a little. We have been unwilling of their opponents. I the constituents cf Con !ioJ. $ to o.

to conclude that his high qualities a a military these gentlemen are made acquainted with this un Taylor located, and T. W. Cooper and J. M. claimants wishing to obtain informationor So have the people of :elito.-l. York J. W. Argyle,A. Eestwick, ,. S. Sibley.TaUahuj't'it j

chieftain and the eclat which hU military prowesshas pleasant truth, they do not learn it from Mr. Hilliard's N. Lowe left without appointments on accountof to present claims, can communicate with Globe.Papineau.. J. L. Sinallwood R. L. Edmond Quincy. "

deservedly procured for him, and which speech, or Mr. Cibell's Circular. No reference health. Next Conference to be held at this office by mail, and will receive as speedy February 12, ISIS. 30 :5' '(

sty widened and strengthened his popularity, is made to it in their vindicatory efforts. Wiy Albany, January 24, 1949. a reply a the force oftheoflice. will allow. .-Louis Joseph Papineau in 1835 Tax Assessor's and Collector's '4$

the only inducements to this preference; it need but few words to explain ; for it'i in this The government pays all postages on such ,,a speaker oflhe Canadian parliament, with NOTICE. ; : J

jet turn where'we will, read what we may, we nod -his! advocacy of that measure-that is to be found Crumbs for the Taylorltes. communiationshetber received or trans. a majoriy: of twenty to one at his back. In undersigned Tax Assessor and Collector for a r"
Divers whig are now and Lave been for mined by 1837 he was an outlaw, with JC1.000 on his TilE notice will! t
bathing else which recommends him to their lav or.Be the cause complaint against Southern whigs for papers County, hereby gives that be
himself, he is no politician and has not their support o of him. I is not because lie introduced some time dropping crumbs c comfort" to the : If the claimant wishes that money due head. In 1833 be was to be put.to death, un. attend .4:. .

eves says matured hi. political views. His pursuits the Proviso t. the Oregon bill-that was a .no-party" whig} friends of Gen. Taj lor. The rrwYork shall be paid to any other person, :n-order tried. if found in Canada. In 18 17 he fulminated At Sutnrtlav.the Court llth llonse.in and 12th Tallahassee Febioary next on.Friday anJ : I.

Lace him from the could do harm the Express, one of the most decided wLig I to that effect, endorsed upon some paper ofilx once more his anathemas against colo.
10 fa prevented studying historyand measure no Oregon territory papersin At Ihe School House at Fort &aden. on MondaV.Ilib .
the country, .to render impossible lying North of 30 deg. 30 minutes-but it is the Union, in reply to the assertion so often made claim, attested by a magistrate or two wimes.8es nil! rule. In 1843- lit will be the successor February, .
Ilitic o i will be sufficient.A ofSir Allen McNab the hero of Fort Schlos- At Roach Cro Road, J.
Co for any decided opinions a to the because he is now and has ever Keen the stern, unyielding that the General is a whig, says- on Wednl''daY.ICtb Feb'y.At .- 1
compliance with. the above riles will of the bird united Ueard's Store Miccu.-ookie on Thursd.iv 17lhFebruary. 1 1
chief measures policy which divide the two par- and talented advocate of a proviso which h But General Ta)1.r M a Whig we are told !- nor, as speaker ( parliamentof J.
o Well, we he is-but aft his fiirndt ensure a prompt and certain payment of all Canada.South .
lie n his own apology for declining to give strikes at our very thrcshhclds! -that censures hate presume oila.mtd At Inicllouk'iC t'ntre'ille.en Friday J lth Ffb.
of hit IT/IIgrry, er it he udiamrd to my to such dues. -
his yie or the tariff and other measures. Yet the been uttered against the time-serving politicians All of us have not ben blessed with the positive demonstrations JOHN McCALLA. Carolina Conenrc.- ofTbial nun, "

whig leaders of Florida take Lim up, and say they who, knowing this, have placed Lim in the Spea.ker' of whiggery, and thousands. of us Second Auditor. reports state the members in society to bans At 11-th Reuben February JUnning's; JIannington, on Saturday : i :: :

intend to run him any how, uo matter how others chair. No wonder, then, that Meu Hil- are asked to lake it upon trust, not from the first or folows. viz : 32.753 whites, and 40,03 At lyrU Shop, Lake lamonia. Ir Mocday, 21st I j
second, but from the ninety-ninth "
may do. Tke reason for this course is dimly shadcwed liard and Cabell studiously! avoid noticing this truth. or th hundreth. lJullto Major .-We -being an increase of 895 during the February a
forth in article in the last Sentinel. The same tells a few plain truths in the following Complimentary Jorin At School'llo-ise( near Georsr Yocnpfs, Laks JaV- !
a That They could not deny that he is objectionable on thisgroundthey papr: understand that arrangements arc now being las year. sonon Tuesday the 2id February, f. i

article very gravely "an. the Inteiligencer and would not deny it, and they dare not. .Is it utrtt that General perfected amongst the citizens of this place, to : ----- At Ben Half's, at Fort Stansbcrry on Wednesday I
Richmond Whig to beware how they touch other He is the with Jtllmot possible Taylor can lt. the COTTON.-No alteration in quotations since our *
any standing on same platform motley crew that he is assembling him for the offer a complimentary ball to Major LOBIM:, 2 >d February
man than Taylor. ea the ground plainly intimated, himself in f.c the N". Y. Twine claims that he Presidency ? There is tot a Tyler abut man, from Texas which it is proposed shall take place on the last. The number cf bales received at this market For the purpose of receiving_ returns cf taxable property :t
that be ( more available than Maine that i i. not to this date is 12,132 against 7,507 to in sjid County tor the year 1"S, and also 'f' II
i a any regla WLig ad'oate the Proviso before Wilmot ever thoughtof to a Taylor man too. Thereis 2'Jdoflhis month the anniversary of the birth up February )
lake the census (directed by a late law) of all children ;
could be. We regard this I a 5lemn protest a. it.! In the face of all this it is an insult to the not a deserter Beersheba from the that whill is or the democrats, day ofW.SIXGTO We are i happy to per. ID, 1S47. between the ages of' six and eighteen. It a expected
Dan to ,
I from not Taylor
pinst th Domination of Clay by the Whig National intelligence of the constituents of these gentlemento Every thing that has been cast o.Tor a kfrked man-off the ceive that considerable enthusiasm is ftl upon ------ .- that each person will come prepared.

Convention.But attempt to justify their votes in hi. favor by two great parties of the country a naturally clingsto the subject, and that the good people Jacksonville OniTUAR FIRST To render a full and complete them'list in J I Iand f

why should Taylor be pr rerre\1 He does such argvmrnti-llciieQ save the mark !-as they the skirts Taylor's popularity they clung to are determined to give a hearty! we. Died at Belle Air on the 16th instant, Doct J. the writing 11 January of all taxable last she property list ot lands owned to bv contain tA en, ,-

ot avow himself to b a Whig and his warmest adduce. the that skirls there of T.ler'. power.be thousands We do who not mean are not to nay his come to their gallant fellow citizen, who ha M. HARDEN, aged 3S years!, of Liberty County numbers of Ihe iteetion, qtinrttr ttetlon, totennlir J f;

friends declare that L* i i. neither Whig nor Demo Another excuse offered by Mr.Uiiardanc relied friends, and who would not be friendly to him a reflected honor upon his State, from the walls Georgia. range. whi.h lint must be subscribed with thr 31"J.

crat. Art the principlet of the Whig leaden of on by Mr. Cabell. was the election of Mr. Davis by whip candidate for the Presidency.-but Ihot men a from San Juan de Ulloa to those of the capital -- _. name or the person rendering it. and sworn to before -

tei o co little account, that they are ever ready the democrats of the last Congress who had voted uJ,. Jiawlfor him and who hurl after him, at a of Meiico. From all that we can learn the Jackson Lodge, No. 1.A Srcorrr me. To pive tile name* of all children of the : 1ft a

't them aside to engage in a struggle for men? forth' Proviso to the Oregon bill. W" have already ._'.D Party all doubt Candidate, cfZ.Mpar1iea-tbe are ITt odd residuum and ems, festivities are to be conducted on a scale hithcrto family, cr under the control "r guardianship the

,tkty tee bat an honest and open contest between exposed this shallow artifice. The Oregon proviso "bfyond what wax left of their respective parties when they o unequalled in this plact.-Jacksonville I ;person rendering, between the aces ol six and eighteen a.

'*'iitalei well-defined views will tesult in their extended to territory already free and where went through the process of bilinl and purification.Is Mrs. ; years,specify ing those which ran Lath read andten' ,
o "" /', t o which can read and not write and f
deatsd that te avoid this, it is better for theirjT7to slavery was prohibited b,the Missouri compromise General Taylor them going to hicel to found a Emigration to the Untied States.-Official ,, ,,'1 !those which tan neither read nor trrite and stai- I

1uaite upon cue doubtful politics, hoping by which the South is perfectly willing to abide.- party)upon 1 documents, recently published, establish the ins also the toicn7iijt within which such children

i**"b elected, that inasmuch u he receiv. It was immaterial whether the anti-slavery restriction j-Tbe whigs of the Mar)lnd Legislature have fact that, from the 1st 1845. to the reside.It .

e I i' %i ,wpport (rom Whigs this would imp should prevail there or not For this Mr. Davis pissed resolutions in favor of National Convei lit of October, 1846, the number of emigrantsfrom as the is earnestly time lorcemplHin hoped that all; this persons work will is be limited prompt.t,. '

Sort tchiiptionxjn him to adopt their ,. vote But the Wilmot Proviso for which Mr. ion without expressing a preference for any one Prussia, almost exclusively to the United REGULAR MEETING of Jackson the f st March next and those who are delinquentwill

W** wlij priople worth if those who .njwtan Davis did not vote extend to territory south of the for President. I seems that the l lecture read to the States, amounted ta.16,682 persons, taking 21.1.will be held atthe, Masonic Hall in this t.o city be double taxed, according to law. The Tax

Uto, ah M litle imllrtanc to them Missouri compromise which territory there wand Whig of Maryland by the National Intelligencerha with them a capital of 2,515,858 thaler this evening. Members will please be punctual in Collector and Assessor may be found at tbe CourtHouse
a j in Tallahassee, at all times when not in at' :
All Masonic brethren ,
t tnkinj their success? I(hey place noL is a prospect of our acquiring from Mexico. done its work. If GOT. Pratt was now in office,, eqial to $1,866,667 Prussian being their atendanee. in good tendance at above

!_ber.estleatts their creed than each conduct I This latter denies to u* any1 participation in the benefit and could revue bit annual message it i i. to be presumed about seventy.five cenU of our money. Frm.tain. visiting By order our of cty.tIe W.ne M.respectfully invie precinctsJ.. SHERWOOD I

t_ *""*lh surely Democrats* m& to b u- of its acquisition, and the Sooth I JI justly in- that be w.ul expunge that portion which 1840 .to 1847. these figures are said to b atten. S- S SIBLEY, &:,'/. Tax Assessor and Collector, Leon Covnty.

cased lo tnmkiaj ba Whgjerj? !i. made up of a dijnant at any such attempted infrbgfnwnf of her declares that Gen. TIlo is tht whigrandidafe.) greatly! exceeded.-Exchange paper. February ID, 1S49. Tallahassee, January 20. 1S49. *




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: j ? Leon- County Tax Collector's Sale. Bagging and Rope. L. & H. GREENBERG &. CO.. Boot and Shoe Making. FLORIDA LAND SALES. -

r F. Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I X PIECES best Kentucky: Barging, Still continue at their old stand, __ r HEundersiPedhavingpurchaaed the

( :.. ill shall expos* for!ale. before the Court House N/0 lOI Coils R 'pe. For sale bv Corner of .Monroe and Pj A. entire stock and material of LVACSff

i.1 \$ ; door. in the cityof Tallahassee Moiidaythe6th UIECHETT &LIXDE CIRGEn. Jffferion Street, "RcHrtLD, who U abut leaving the State

t : & .. day of Marrh, ISIS, the )1Ioing dlrit properft. November 27, 1517. 1 'I hiEREtheyarenowopetdnzthpjrF.LL AND |W. respectfully rrienc and the Q

.M"V' .or I much thereof( will pay th : CountvTases if WINTER supply of FRENCH!, ENGLISH, public that he is at present at the where

: doe thereon for the\ear 1S47- Pickles &c. GERMAN AND AMERICAN DRESS GOODS. prepared to execute all work in his line with

-, L( Lands pnrporting to belong to A. F. Daval and the Spices, Rich blk SilkGro. de Rhine together with everydescription promptness and despatch. He has on hand 'he finestof THC

'i : I..t ". Union Bak of Florida) : T TNDERWOOD'S pickle Gerkins. Mangoes. OnJ of colored and fancy jParisian Plaids, calf skins, and all sorts of materials, and will Ser

'4.1*. 't I I iF j .. Lot No. 2. Sec 3!. T 2, R I. N and W, \ ions and mixed Pckle; pickled Lobster W al- Striped and Printed Cashmeres, Plain mnd Colored make at short notice, and in the best manner GEN. be offered for sale, at Auction, on the 7th GLASGOW IheSuwannee is now River performing between Cot her regular tp t

1 ttl1 $. % r.j.SE4, 3 T 2. R 1. N ,n
.I J I I. .V W 4. Sec. -.TI.R 1. Nand W, Pepper and Pepper Sauce, 3. fresh &,c- tion. Boots fooled, otheri!repaired in Benton County, East several tracts of Land, trials and th b.
\ propelled by two
Forida. engines
1 ?.4\ I cotaining23Zaeres. Gooseberries and Currants in bottles, fresh &ln\n. ..treat variety of French, English, aid American goo style and reasonable chaft. He wi war in Township"21, and Township 24, a o
hundred
$ a carrying one tons burthen
f J' 1 Linds purporting to belong to James F. Trotti and Shad and Halibut in canisters, Curry' Po\'dlr Calicoes and Ginghams; rnt work to b equal to any in plce. Range 21. wilh suitable o"O baits o
cotton, accommodations
t : ..V. ;. the Union H.Lk of Florida : (;lav enre. Brandy Cherries, Pre-erredGineer. Currant \Torsled Plaids of different styles and qualities; and to give satisfaction a to fitting a any On the 14th day of March the Court HousejofMarion ; of forty
a draft
; light requiring but
ro a
f ; NScl7T3R1NandE. Jelly, Macarror.iVrraicilli,Ru,sia and American Shawl. of every description, color and quality ;. I other tracts .nru. seventeen inch.es .
County in
sundry
\
\ ; Ism'zlass, Irish Moss, dried Currants, Prunes Swiss, Jaconet, Cambric Tarleton and Cross nar'Muslns water,thereby enabling her to perform her trips
JOHN LERCII.
j', : 4 K I. S W J, Sec 17, T 3. R I. N ant F. Township 13, Range 2. regularly at all seasons of the between Colon
iSEJSecl7.T3.RlNandi J:. and Citrons. ; flay 8,1 4 .: ", '.' Mace Cinnamon and Linen and ofMuslin I bus and Cedar Keys,leaving Columbus
Nutmegs, Bobin style very
a new ..
., t ." :. H i I. S \4, Sec 17. T .!. R 2. N and E. Cloves. Vamilla Beans Ginffr., Sage,Al'pirf. and Thre.d edgings 1, 21, DAY morning at 7 o'clock. A. M. and Tt.
.1 .. \\'I.l. Sec 17. T 2. R '>. N and E. Savory ; NEW GOODS.i I.
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Rose Perch Kid, Silk and Woollen Glovesfor Ladies 1 21 every FRIDAY morning. Should sufficient
wet Orange waters patron
N E J. X W 4, See 17. T'?. R 2. Nand E. Marjoram Fowfr. k Ca.hmerl. i be extended, the interests *
or of
S El. S \V !.Sec 17.T 2. R 2, N InI. extract of Rose Lmon. : In,) Vanilla.Forsjlcbv .- and Gentlemen ; subscribers would call the attention of the At Madison Court House, on Thursday, the 23d age shippers require
LEWIS 4. AMES. Silk. \Vtx llen and Cotton for do. THE her to perform two trips week, the proprietorgwill
> per
.4. {. \V i.S E 4. Sec 17.T2. R 2. N" and I.. o Stockings(. ; 10 the choice and extensive assortment March :
,' R N and E. December 4, I IS 17. 20 Linen Cambric Hdkfs, plain and H. Icncpiifnl; : Waku'.la and Section. Township. cheerfully acquiesce in, and make the
III A, : : N W I. S E i, Sec !.T 2. 2. of GOODS now receiving per Brigs Range. add'another boat Def
Sw1.sV4scc8T2R2N3ndE, Hand-tome Silk Cravats, French Needlework Collars Emeline. Their stock has been selectedwith care, TheS Ei of 23, IS. 7 change.or new to the lik

J.. containing SO acres. Fine Perfumes, and Capes!; from the most faionable establishments in New SW4of 24, 1, 7.E capacity to the one now emp'ofc.' As soon as pnJ

t .. kinds. purporting to belong to DAMn n and From the of Lubin Paris. Harage for Dresses; do. Green ; York: and, having oeen purchased at reduced prices, : NW4of ?'. I, 7. ticable this river boat will ntfn (tIp op the Sa-.
the
: Manufactory to
l Splendid assortment of Hat, and Satin colored wannee Springs, also the
the Bank of I1orida : SgW Cap they are enabled furnish their customers at prices NEo 26, 1, 7. an up
1 f: 1.;: a ':, Unon J.S Ur 4. Sec :31, T 'J, R I, N and VV, TJF.DYOSMI:, Helilrope. Jockey Club, ROe GeI Ribbons propoitionately low. TheirrziLIy Eof 1. I. S Wilhlacoochie river.
J. and W ranium, Patchoulv, Mi Xeopolifan Tucan and Straw Bonnet; Wiof fi, 1. 9. The undersigned would further state that he and
W |. N K 4. Soc 7. T I, R 1, Milel.r. nionfte.
'. containing| ; acres. : Ambrosia Seringa, H.r. (f Arabia, Der. de Reine, Linen Dama-k, aid Iama. Table C8Hrs; MADS CLOTHING]] At Jefferson Court House, on Mon7 ly, the 21th others, proprietors of this boat, have availed themselves

: "t .l. Lands IiI Wong to Hampton Mattoxami Kzlantine, '"anill. Violets, ,pramote. Vervain Iovles, Towel,. Diaplr&c..; is of the best of materials, and being manufactured March : of the previsions of an act entitled, An act

(, ; the ,'ltl'rmte I. Cu. : Mmocain. ess. n.lH1Wft. Rich Set and Caps: directly under the eye of Mr. Stiman. :Al S. T. R. improve the navigation and to navigate the Suwao-

-. S I& | 1,N & E. \1.. Glenn's Ashland Perfume and Preston: & A ai-orlment.of brown Sheetings, Shirtings, fear of thop-irark i is thereby precluded, persons The E J of N W 4 of 13, IS, IF', nee river and for other purposes therein mentioDf

SFJ.I.&WI.'l.Sn.T.R. : and E.E :. Merrill's Extract I of Fra rant Flo\er! Stripfd Shirtings and Homespuns; ; purchasing may rely upon getting an article wtl EJofSW4of 13, 1. 5WiofNE4of enacted at the last session of the Iris1ture
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.J. : I. X&Ui., 4. S \4, NE s'I.Sec.lrt.T'r.: R2. N&. EF. The true Farina Cohone-also the French and Broadcloths: Caimers.. Kerseys, LiiwStriped made. Among the articles comprising their u 14, 1. 5. State of Florida ; that they have recently! organized

i. N XV 4, Sec 1, T 2. 3. N 4E, American. Lavender and Florida Waters, Bay Rum and Plaid Satinctf, Jeans,Tw'eeHs, Red and White KILL -f.VZJ m.YTER STOCK W i of S4of 14, I. 5. their company pursuant to the provisions'of said acf,
; : co-ttaininzr.no I and .Agua de! la Reine,fine Cosmetics rich Pomades, Flannel.Tlcdnx., colored Cambric wilh: a large Slot 31, 1, 5. tinder the name and style of the Florida State Internal -
be found (the following
". S I', to belong to Lewis Conner and Hair-oils and Hair-d>e!, Shaving and Toilet Soaps a" ortmelt ( t Fane Got., Perfumery mav Blk French Cloth Frock:and Dress Coats, Black, NE4of 6, 2, 5. Improvement and Steam Navigalien Company.
La.1urplin fine and Combs Brushes for the AH of be old The Company will soon complete! their
.. '. I tCo. coarse Head Teeth ClUllrY.1. EofNW4 6, 2, 5. arrangements,
Brown and Invis Green Castor Beaver Sacks Saxa
I i: ;.NE&4. and S E 4. Sc T, T 3. R 2, N J E. :ail and Flesh. A superior article cf Cold Cream: low'for ca at l ir fore in this place, also at I Gotha, Mi\t Tweeds and fancy col'd. Cassimer, do' TERMS:-One-fourth cash, the balance in three of Cotton which and due other notice will b JiveD. for purchasing

i N W J. XE: 4. Sec 31. T 1. R: X and E, pots. For sale by LEWIS &AMES.. their store in Montici-Ilo.. PelloN and Blanket Overcoats, &c., Heavy Pilot equal annual instalments with interest in advance.Or liberal cash prouct all COBotry, or make
E: I. S El. Sec 'y I.T 3, R 3, X and E, December J, 1S17. 20 October :TO, IM7. 15 should aduDcl. upon property .hippe.
t and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine flikanl if any purchasers prefer to pay oil cash, when required As ul practicable
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W |i. W i. So:11! T 3, R 3, N and I 1':, BARRELS EATING Notice.SIX i Blue Cloths, Pantaloons: of Black French Cassnnir five per cent will be deducted from the credit mats! suitable packets will be by the a Company

I containing 520 aCH. 91, APrLE Ilk Ribbed. do., fancy Plaid, Check & Stripeddo. ments I between Cedar Key t-labibf
:, Land* purposing; to belong to the estate W. W. .\ :H do. Irish Pot.tos. months after djfe, I shall present mr accounts I ; also,Tweed, Satim'l t and Jeans do. &c..: VESTSof Liatsof Ihe palicu1rtracs can be had by applying for the of and New Orleans -
and
.e Hart 10 do. Onions. touchers to the Judge of Pro ah"* f'fJelTerson I Black and of in Bent conveyance freight passengers,
: lon. Striked and Plaid Silks to Mann
f Farcy S.lins. any ster on or thereby securing fo ill its
". S E J. Soc T:.T '. R ?, Nand E. Just received and for sale cheap for :"h br County, and apply h'Ier,of di.n "Mon \.fIHf. Plaid and VIencias, Plaid Silk Countvor they wit be furnished applied for, by ditions mode of patrons a safe and expe

'! N W 4. S W !. Sec .V.. T 2. R 2. N and r December 4., IS 17. 21) A. .: HOC. Administrator on the estate of Henry Fehlberg. &C. &.C. letter pailpanaddressed to THE STATE RECK- either well transportation of their property to
f7lrkas. makt a return cargo to its place of
late tf Jefferson a
JNV1.Sec2.T1R'2.Nan'1F, --- -- county "
d'rpaeld.IE'RY
They also an extensive assortment of Cloths. Tea, .AT TALL.'HA.FJ. FLRIDA. The rates of transportation will in
(5 WNI4.Sec2T1R2.NandE. Lard and Butter, GREENBERG, Adm'r. ,1 l JOHN BcMRD of no
I I Calmer a= Vstings unrn3nIJf3rtureJ. consisting Heater instance exceed those heretofore charged or allowed
'f.. containing O;i'acres. JU.( received per schr. Orcon, and fir sale low October 10.ISJ7. I: Cm in pait of: Superior French BUck and Wool Dye Public tendi of liie. Slate of Florida. for like services, but a material reduction of such

Linds ;purporting to belong to William Hall and A. I: HOC. -.- --- --- -- Cloth) <, . English do. do. do., : Blue and T.lbh3et. Nov 11, IS 17. 17 rates i is at
an
F.J1s1 period,
4 the W I.S W 4. T ?. R 2. and E, Castor do., "rench Black Cassimer above three months and .end their accounts to the
., S: : hereby given to all per.on interested, that >i ix I. *, do. Ribbed do. The facilities offered to parties of pleasure and
I Section 4. T '. R 2. :and E. Wood Cutters. IS months alter date.I shall tnil account do.. Fancy Plaid and Striped V E I. X E: 4. H. T R 2. X and E, prlntIY I most fashionable VESTINGS of and line News at Jacksonville ; Anus, Ocala : Savanlah year
S ; ; the and
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and vouchers to the Hon Judge of Probate in and 81)11' Back most healthy dtsirable retreats for invalid
W S E 4. 3. T 2. R 2, N :and E, a number of strong! and healthy men *
Plaid do. Silk and Charleston
WANTED for the Count Jeflerson, and apply for a Fane Silk Republican Georgian' ; Mercuryand and others in the State,and the ) and
WjNE1Sec3TZR2XandE| to"iniRciimr as cOpPCh. Liberal wages to good i, a* the Administrator c.f the estate of Anna di-harL1 Brooks. Vehits. Cashmeres and Valencia, Vestirfgs of Rich Courier;the Standard and the Register: Raleigh ; scenery of the Suwannee beaotir i roman.tic offer
1 I' acres. men. Appl .wi. suppos
the
containing h. A.C..c. I Columbus Times, Georgia
; late of said d ed. inducements to to !
A. A. FISH nil. Sheriff( : &LINDENBERGER. County, ,cea" \eh'et many aUI 1 pleasant
Collector Leon Co.N.ivem'ter November fi, I lsl. 1C tfJ XMES R. BROOKE ALSO AN ASSORTMENT OF an cecursion.This .
I and ff w7 roTjv The
., Jt> which have been ted
: 27, I. 19 3m Joirerson County, O ht. 10, IM7 I; rim; HatsandCapsMonterej( )' Bro. and Beach'd. Cotton publish Ihe papers Florida Land Sales"will re'I'please add to Company having zj they believe, made all
.
for lime
requisite
Linen and Cotton Shirts, arrangements convenience and
-- accommodation
t Furniture. U. S. MAIL LINE Under the sales in Madison and Jeffer on Counties.. above. of the
Bacon Flour &c. Blk Ital. Silk Cr\ats. Merino do. public, they solicit its patron-
: And the
daily papeis in Charleston andannah,
UST received from New York
4. TUST received schooner from New Or- Fancy Satin do (Lambs: Wool and Angola viz : the Mercury and Courier, and the e.For
per lic. I InndMime M.holl\: Sofa, Rich Fancy Satin and ', Undershirts, Republican further particulars, apply to Messrs. D. P.
'. J I leans, 1 |I'T. Uivjns. For !il. bvniRCHETT Plain do ScarfsBrown Cotton and Cotton- and Georgian wi please publish, once a week only, ; SMITH &. Co., Columbus.' Messrs. SMITH H. R.
for three ,.
1 Ca Bacon Hams, 1 J.IXDE"IEHGER.: Jenny Lind llImks. ; dc! RIS, Madison Messrs. PUTNAM &. RICHARDS,
I clear Sides, November ; lraweri. 0\pmbet27.lql. 19Notice. Cedar the undei
I .* Shoulder. 27, Isl7.. Blkhite and Col'd Kid'.rum EIalic Suspenders, Keys. or to signed.

r.: Gloves, 1 iM and Cotton llalf- JAMES TCKE
5 BM Union I Flour others.

., t f Half bbs.! choice Family Flocr BULL &PRATORIUS, From Tallahassee to Macon. < I Hose, ALL persons having claims aain'tthe estate of Columbus Florida, January AD 22, ISIS. 22 ly.

.. I Ubl. new Xo. 2 Mackerel. Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas Money Belts, A. Hawart, late of Tallahassee, deceased .
3 Barrels Green .\pi les. For sate lo \by .It thr rornrr store undrr the Stnlinrl Offire and Ttiroug.h in forty-liro Jiovr* from Tallnlianee to Shoulder Braces. i.c. &c. are requested present them,dnl, authenti. City Tax Collector's Sale.

X..vemVr27ls7! pI ALFRED E. HOC opposite the 1'hirnji Buildups, .Waron, and to Ch"'lulu'1/1 1ree days, CLARK 1 STILLMAX.Octr.ber21 cated, within the time prescribed by or they
take the [ail Boats lw. VIRTUE of authority vested in law
to
in on'urtfi me by I
tilf I 1M7. 11Attorney ,
\ RE: IH' OPENING :choice and well kdect will be barred :-those indebted to tslate are BY have this
Notice. .\ tfiefumifi day -- -- --- Jay levied upon aid will at
6. orfraent of CLOTHS CSSIIERS.'EST.- leave Tallahassee "tJ LWOi1n-] earnestly requested to make prompt p/ivment./ They public sale before the Court-house door in expose
'IXmoitSn afterdate, the Admini"Jrjtorof thee IXG and RE \DY- CLOTHI-NCi. The THE Iar wi on Mondays!, 3 are reminded that the>e!lm!, mall individually the City
I\DE !rtJI and at 4 of during legal hours, tbe first
S A. M ou
,
It deceased late of Leon and 's. rri".ys. o'cok. al Law, the constitute the Talahalee. Moo
.tite ff Humphries: care ta. te beto\\ in thesHertion of the e poods in aggregate widow and orphan's -
1 and M rio Qmmm ncr, NewIcn the following to
in icon ( il Macb.IS-9. wit
.inb -
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will his tinal account and vouchers them in ari\'e .
C.'rstv. present warrant !a.>in to all whoM i.h to purrha-c .llontircllo, Jefferson( County Florida portion proprty.
Lots numbers S3 and
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: Amencus, and 54,being in
( Albany Pt'rry.) on Tuesday, the
to the"Hon.! JoJ e of Pro'jatc of said County. anJ good barzain. \on will do well! to call and WM. WILSON, Administrator. -
examin* Thursdays, and Saturdays! at 10 o'dok. P. M., in attend the Circuit Courts the Middle south half of county quarter, within the limits of
jirav for a durharze (from sai 1 adminiotration.X. our stock. It would be a treat tax on time and WILL December 4, 1 547. 20 2m
.. 19 .Vn patience time forthe cars for Sjvannah Leaving Macon onfond1u. and olltc County of Columbia of the the City of Tallahassee, or so much thereof, will
"emVr27. l to enumerate the dir\rent! sHle and
----- I..i..----- patterns Wednesdns, and Fridays at 4 o'clock, A. Eastern irruil. pay the'Cily Taxes due thereon for the year 1847.

;. LEWIS &AMES, composir portion of the this.: cloths a-ortment and caiitner: uflce it are lo of'say Rritilu' that a M,. and arri.il!in Tallahassee. on Tuesdavn.- Thurs- MonticellougiistJJ.lSIC.. & Watches, Clocks, and Jewel Levied upon a the property of P.. Raffertyand to

: Dunslrd( Lustre andtheclothinirndeven dabs, and S.tlrda)!, at 10 o't''Xk. P. M This line REPAIKED.TOWLE be sold for cash. JOHN WILN.
DE1LKKSIXDRUG5. ,
with the Central 5, ISIS. 29 City
Road.Sivannah
connects Augusta February
(their stock is of a sttle and Law Notice.BROCKENBROUGIf MYERS secured the services Coleto.
? alde'of qualitY h'aving
1
OIL4
MEDIC1XE3, PAINTS and %%('stern Pail Road to Co-
that will plea! "the rot falidiol,. MiHfIlvilt experienced workman who will attend to Jefferson
Circuit
Toilet ArtitltJ, Pcrfamtry, if., Window Class, They would mention that the>c CLOTHS are of llmbus, I connects with the Mail Line MAXWELL. the repairing of Watches and Clocks eduiyeh. Court.
Chattahoochie, and thence \
UNTERH' BRUSHES AND COLORS, the fn stte"ture. the be.t English wool dye French from Quincv to Apa- are prepared to do all work in their line of busiaess IN CHANCEY.

\ \e black do.Cassimer,Lndonod.c black Uchicola Passengers can go from Tallahassee to H. BROCKEXBROUGH will return to Flo well and promptly.Novtruber William. Bailey, Adm'r. de bonis nm e( Join B IUmy I-
aric Glass Ware, Ac. in thier dais and but
Aponl Columbus one night will be WM.
I do. Ca's., French and German Cass, in <., ls J7. 16 : ,
blck coth time to attend all the Courts of the deease. Complainant
i1Eabe constantly on hand and for sole at th French fancy I'a'sinicrsVESTINGS spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. --_
ti.
Middle .
Circuit,and Jackson and Franklin Counties
I lowest market prices. I of fine black The public may rest assured I that every attention will Select School for Tilman D.
Satin fmne plaiT Satin. in West Florida B. i, M. will also attend the Boys. Punfov, Defendant.
Silk, Woollen VeUct Cahm.'rel and I"lhnel, he paid to the comfort of thoe who may patronize: Supreme and Federal. Court Their time will be this which is limited to twenty-Eve IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,by

Ve hare ri v4>ived blate arrivals lar e aiditionn Cerro Gor lo and CJ 'ru'ci-'co, Monterey ehNK.'d. this Line. devoted efdinire/if to the ,legal profession, and IX Shol. three For pupils made in this cause, tbatTilmamsD.Pu.rifoy. .

: ,tlplilsof IT ,.l/t/iietMrsanCVf,,Va/*,whichojther READY: MADE r.OTIIXG.-Slptrifr Fine Llk.I.'rench .'rom F.\E: claniis against the United States, for the attentive Ip''tmaol are pl'pil, are vcancies.notdttirtd.To cogent reasons the said defendant, resides oat of the State of
with m -t of the popular patent remedies' dress and : wool ihe "petoJuincv, 'V; toBambriJge, and in Ihe Slate of on .(
Jnlih 5 to Alh SI I,and lo Macon22.. prosecution which arrangcrmnts have been madein rl.o.e. misapprehensions in regard to the Forida. Georgia mo..
$
s render our a-isortmcntthc largest and most varied in do. do., French Ca"sim"r Sack. DOt-Ckin do., ; \Y. Washington. branches as well as to the rates of tuition, for complaisant: It u & That
.1 the State. black and fancy cloth Suck, mixed doe-skin WRIGHT & SAWYER Proprietors.By March 1.1, 1>- 31 the taugh. is published. the said Ti'man' D. Purifey do appear and answer

: J We harenow'in store a'lqt of QUININE, warranted coats, black beavercloth sack and oter-coafs, opera black JOHN M.AR Agent. .I. Th rates of tuition, (payable always in advance) the bill of complaint filed in this cause within fourmonths

1'- if pure, awl of very superior quality. Cloaks 1'anlalooniol fine black C <-
'. Just received a large assortment of do, a great variety of fancy Ca-oimer pants of the ILFY. Agent ; at Maj. NATHANSin Quincy. Notce. 1.ai Reading Writing, Arithmetic, (Emerson, or the said bill of complaint will be taken (or

FRESH : latest st'.le. Veal$ of. \ery description Military July li7. 02 SIX months after dafE present tny final ac- 1st.) S G per quarter. part confessed : Provided, That a copy of this order be

.. from the celebrated GARDgXtSEEDS. &, Co. Trimming, Hosiery, Shirts, Cloves, rUI,. Hell". Fenders.Or and vouchers the Hon Judge of Probatein Arithmetic, (Emerson,part 2d,) English Grammar published in some newspaper printed in the Middle
adpistii Stocks, Suspenders and almost and for the County of and apply a Circuit of Florida, once a week for the of fo
Ahso'aauiall invoice of choice IR! .ANDY ANDS ererjthineconnected Jeferon. fo (Goold Brown) Geography!, History, $9 per space .
WINES, and.a: lot of CIG( .\RSof extra quality. Al with a gentleman's (,Utm2t. DOZEN SHEET IRON FENDERS, a hand- discharge as estate of Abram quarter. months. (Sined.)

of wtiche for sale at the lowest cash prices. B. i. P. are prepared to execute all orders accord-. article, for sale bv Grant ham, late of said county deceased. 3. The Latin, Greek and French Lanuages and THOMAS DOUGLAS Judge.

t Ofd LEWIS &..Ut' ES.Talhuee. ins to tlf latent and most approved st\lee. GloncF; II. MEGNIS. WILLIAM GORMAN. Literature (Arnold, Ollendorff, &.c.,) Arithmetic, December IS, 1S47.- 2 4m

November 20. "17. o" X. Hv the next arrivals we epec to receive January, 1'JS. '' Monticello. September 13,1847. 9 6m (Emerson, part 3d,) Algebra Geometry,Trigonome.
Sweet Trees.
THE REMAIXDER.) Orange
tr Mensuration Natural
Lamps &.c. Surveying Book-keeping
: Wakuila ounty Tax ollector's October 1C, ISO. 13 Coflee. Philosophy, rhJsiology. Ethics, $12 per quar 1000 SWEET ORANGE TREE.two year

) SALE. PORTFRS PATFT PORTABLE COMPOSI( BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE ter. A quarter : calendar months old, for sale at 64 byle 100. by
a new article th_t 0
: gives a thirteen weeks. .
.V do. Rio do.
: BY virtue
I have thhi day levied upon, and will expose topublic IN CIA CEHY. 'ub'eribfrlnlends keeping a supply of the fluid al. Just received and for sale by rnt. will invariably be presented one week before

: sale in front of the Court House in the county wav. on hand. Sept. I*, 147. 9' LLOYD t FLAGG. expiration of the quarter. Orange Hil School.
b of Wakuila, State of Florida Creditor Hill fur t'lllemtnt of Estate. GEORGE H. MEGNXIS.Ja'ua H. ALLAN. HE undersigned in the
pleasure informing
: On I lie first Monday in May next., James. (':. Eroome and others for themselves: and : 29,IStS.: __ 2S IK. ('. II. BUNTING, Tallahassee. December 25, 1947.- 23 t If T public that they have established a BOARDING

: other creditors of A. M Gallin, Complainants, DR. J. REESE'S SURGEON DENTIST SCHOOL at the beautiful and healthy location
between the usual hours, the following pieces orS CITY HOTEL o
tf.TurbuftR. Orange Hill, Washington CountyFlorida with
,
.' parcels of Lai.d, \iz i : fletton.S.nah LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.P TTAVIXG permanently located in Quiney,Florida,
A. Betton, his Wife Executrix view of establishing a permanent'CIassical Academy.They .
Lot *s, confaininz 474 acres, and known -LJL tenders his to the
.. 11mbr of A. M. Gatlin and pectfully services publicin
other, Defendant have engaged Ihe services of Mr. .
.. ; .the Survey according to the original >ortev EROXS of feeble rontillhonllnd those of set the various branches of his profession.. From his ROCEKH.WICURN
made by Asa II art t. Survcvor. Also lots WIICREA 5. By an order made by his Honor dentary habits, arc often troubled with habitual experience and success in practice he feels a graduate of the University,
:
4 number 3''. --tO, -II. .I$2, -:, -I.I 51, f./, : GO, M!, OJin VOtGLAI. Judge on the 1st December costiveness, which cHrn exerts a very unfavorable of being able to please those who may patronisehim.Dr. : a3Ure. Carolina. Orange 1i is pleasantly situated on the

:' .;", OJ, 711 I, 71, 7x, *0. H l I. S-. "::1.t I, 7, Q. 1 1 Ial7, in the above entitled cause,the undersigned influence upon their general: health, which is particularly B. refers I the public to Holme'Valley ,twenty mile west of Marianna,

Containing each. 300 acres; and known and described was. appointed among other things to tale manifested by irregularity not total l loss of Col W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. :f W. D.'YIDSOr. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA ii distant. thirty or forty miles from the Gulf(Mex-
the an account of what is due to Complainants for their In this condition of the ico, and abounds in tbe purest free stone water af-
bv aid to this .
n.ahfF according original sur- appetite system, article Gen C. II lpoxT, Dr. R LITTLF. the undersigned has been confided the .
claims, and to nil othrr creditor of TO management fording a most delightful and healthy retreat,in summer
said A. M.
\ey madebv Asa llartfield. Surveyor. Gat- is confidently! recommended with the usurnce Office opposite the M. Church.. Ladies waitedon of this Hotel.
i :All the above described lots of Land situated, Iv- un. with interest thereon ; and it was ordered fur I that if the dose'il properly adjusted so as not to at their residence usual. HAMILTON for the planters in the adjacent counties.

inland bciiJin Ihec"'jnt\'vl WAiiIla.on! (tie west tImer "That the uid Master do cause an advertisement : move the bow els to acli\tv. relief ma* be relied September II. 1517.a S HUDSON. They deem ihemstlves fortunate in the selection
J tide of the U'lVulla River, heinz portion of what to be published in the Fordial.' a newspaper upon without any or ( least unpleasant con January 9, IS4S. 2; of lhe.ir' situation, since they believe it tc be one of
: -- -
is known Foroe-1 Purchase, and levied upon ai publishe weekly in in such sequences resulting from the use of common purgative the most healthy locations i in the State, and one at
a Negro Clothing.
ntlier public he shall think Notce.SIX which there are few allurements to vice-a con
I the properly of the Apalachicola Land !. newspapr a proper for medicines tisujllv resorted to. a
an J will l IN sold to sitisl v their t.lt and Comp the creditors tl Alfred M. iatlin to comein Persons subject to 1'wlions t'holic may rely on thepretenmepropcrticsof IPIECES Kersevs, SO do. Plains, 20 do. UnIt weeks after datt apply to the Honora sideration which should be of paramount importance

lor the coun:.v of .lb.I.r the \ear I 1.1-. : before him, ald prose theirdtlls. on or before the his medicine by using it on ) sevs, bales LoveIKsnaburgsr Virginia, Judge of Probate in and for the County of to every parent and guardian. As I hey purpose educaling -

n AHIJAII IIXLL., Sheriftan frt day of May next ; of the creditors the first intimal iun of an approaching attack. Thereare :bales 4-4- Domestics. 5 do. ;.8 Domestics, :do 3-4- Wakula. for letters of administration on the estate : their own children a this plce. they not

p it, .1 er-offirio Tax Collector Wakuila Co. shall not Come in and prove their debts by the time some constitutions luk'e: to regular attacks of do., 10 bales Negro blankets. 5 Crl Negro Ihles. H. Crowet.le of said County deceased. only intend at all times to keep a competent

OctoScr .:'. 117. H aforl"aid.lhal be excluded the benefit of this decree Hillious Fever almost every (.1; to such the use of wool hats and caps. Just received and for sale by IIRRIE M. CROWELL. teacher but that board shall be obtained upon

; tTuch persons. not ;parties to the bill, this medicine is r/eommf.ndet. beginning to use it S. F. BURXEY. Newport, Jennarv ., IS-i. 27 Ct the most reasonable. terms.

Spanish Regalias. who ihall come in before the said Master to pro'eIhcir by the middle of May or frlt June. September 2.5, 1517.- H) TERMS PER SESSION

S JUST received Brig Lucy, and debts do. before they arc admiue directors, Those whose digestive organs are feeble often ex Notice. The Elementary Department, $10 0

'0,000 for sale by per contribute to the complainants proportion of perience a sense (If f'llnfu. weight and oppression M. D. PAPY, ALL persons having claims aga'nst the estate of Arithmetic, Grmml Geogiaphy and History .

L.. H. GREENBERG & CO. the expenses of this suit, to be Fettled by the said about the stomach eating \iI find this medicine @m P. Heath late of Hamilton County, de. IS 0

I October 3->. I U. & I Master." And it was aliurJetJ. tht" an accountbe aflord almost immediate i & ceased, are requested to present tbem, duly authenticated Natural.Philosophy. the higher branches of

: taken of all securities_ _or collaterals held b> the Ladies lear their confinement often suffer from WILL Practice in all the Courts in the Middle within the time prescribed by law, or they Mathematics LatinGreekand French
creditors and be made Office on the first floor of the will be harmed those indebted the Languages, 20 00
ef Dr. J. H. Scales, respectively a report of the heartburn and costiveness : to such Ibis article is Capitol ; to estateare
,same and of the value of each." And it was also :highly recommended as it can be without the South win;, room formerly occupied by the earnestly 1 requested to make prompt payment. Board can be had at six to eight dollars per month.

.. SURGEGON DENTIST ordered that .all parties may be examined upon interrogatories least danger and with great benefit.use sick or nervous Secretary of the TnritorJ. JOHN G. SMITH The second session of this school commenced eo

"\T7"ILL' 'found at his old Rooms at J. L. Dem''! and produce all books and papers in headache it is invaluable. Novembr I:, 17 Sheriff and ex officio Administrator. the 10th of January.

\ V I}'I Boarding House durin the fall and win. their custody or power relating therelo."pon oath This article wi b found to act a pleasant cor. January IS, 1848. 55 2m il D.: W. HORNE.

'a r.- ter mouth, unless when professionally engaged before the said Master, .the said Master shall di. dial and tonic, the appetite a and at the .JOHN ERSRINE. D. P. EVERITT.

4 Dr. S. having ju.teei\'e a large supply of all kinds rect.. aims time fulfliOI rfltorinl;every intention the common ATTORNEY AT LAW Petit Gulf Cotton Seed. BRITTON BARKLEY,
.material appertaining his profession, is now Now, therefore all claiming to be creditors tha GEO. F.
persons are to
purgatives urpurely Florida.
inlende efPt. regetable tlulucy SACKS genuine Petit Gulf Cotton Seed B.\LTEI
t. prepared to perform any operotion with neatness and of said A. M. Gallin are hereby, in 40 January Z2. ISS. 21
of
pursuance and !. according to the direction"il !, attend the Justices Courts of Gadsden For sale on consi nment'rpl.to ,
despatch o-i the most approved plans.October said order notified to produce their claims, and) the \ be found an valuable article,('pllal.\ t hose WILL the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, J. R. FORTUNE

: Ifl. 1S47. 1 vouchers in support thereof, and all collateral and with Dyspepsia Derangement Liver and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. Feb. 5, IS-3. 2'J At the Tin Manufactory. Sale postponed tilt Monday in March.

---- securities thfrfor. before me, at my office in Tallahassee or General Debility November 22, IS.15. 13 tf GADSDEN SHERIFF
... \\VBT.\RS: BALSAM OF WI.D CIElmy. loi I within the time limited in said order and by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike SALE
Prlpae county (c-: Sentinel copy. Furniture Carpets &c. for Sale. virtue of a writ of fieri facias5 issued
IEWIS I k AIL. otherwise cI'mply'jth the rro\'i.ionl of (the same, Georgia ad for sale bv appointment at BY Clerk' Office of the Circuit Court for rr
Fehruary21,117. : hit hey may be admit.Jarie. lo the said suit. E. Jr's., PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Conches
JL\RAHD. 1 County of Jackson Western Circuit of Florida,
Dated this (lay t,( Ielnbpr. A. I). 1517.SIMON Store, Tallahassee, Fall and Winter Goods. 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case, with drawers
Cabinet :Making &.C. : wherein Daniel Cook is plaintifT.and Reuben
TOWLK.: and 2 handsome 1 Double Wheel Patent Sot i
DANIEL Carpets,
Special Mater. LAUD Newort, d.sk.
RECEIVED from New defendant I have levied
and will
York
; i O.PARTNERSIIIP.-Thme undersigned have u.liatnltum.d December 4, I.17. 2( tf Montirtllo JUS by Brig Henry. Corn-Sheller, the most approved article in use. sale before Ihe upon expose <
a large assortment of Court-House door in the town
and Irom this date
together, Apply to J. R. FORTUNE o
"1 --- Quincv,
: Quincy. on Monday, the Cth December ,
.: .. the united, and the business con. HARDY BRYAN, STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. Feb. 3 ls43. 29 At the Tin MaDuf.ctory.Tax the day ,
Portraits Painted following described
LYNCH i. VINGFJUIOETS. Oil. Groceries, Hardware properly, to wit : negro
ducted bv o 1"af i Agent for Thomas county Georgia. and Willow Ware, slaves Dick Fieldsand

.. prepared todo a1 descriptions of work in I lin. TiE Citizens t/f Tallahassee are advised Ilat. May OS. 1S47.- 41 Rope and Bagging;, 1\001 and Iron, Collector's Sale. ., Jef.upon the property Spencer.of said defendant,aDd
reasonable terms Boots and a
with on as
fidelity fitted his ilL thr Shos. i.c.
Jelach.l up Nfm/y second story oilers,1c virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I to be sold to satisfy said writ ot fieri
lor cub or approved acceptances I any workmen in ./MKS DIMILLY'H Boarding ./ sale before W
for the
Court .
a ,' lbs The continued patronage of the public for the of 1 f\ KERSEYS 2 do Sept 18, 1S17. LLOYD FLAGG. expose House Sherif.
Union Bank the LmseysLv ,
country. )
( ", i it nuwt'iespecttully( solicited rrrplion Vi.itor.Ins undersigned / CASE Just received and for sale & door in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Monday Nov. 5, 1547.- 10 By JAMES Hi: S.
very respectfully tfnctf services by in The above sale has been until the
a next, the following described ffj- postponed
l1 1. K. J. LYNCH, Painter them p.19, 1947. 9 LLOYD FLAGG. Deaf and Augus properly
Portrait to ; pledge lo Dumb Asylum
first in .
GERARD VINGERHOETS.Tallahassee himel ._. so m.cb thereof a will be sufficient to pay the State Monday January 1S43.O -
; November 5.1SI7. 16 paint a faithful and accurate Likenesses a any in OF KENTUCKY. and Counl, taxes due thereon for the year 1S17 : (: Tbe above sale hasbeen postponed until tbft

Ins country. La.Jus and Gentlemen are solicited to Notice. !r/.jhIE the resident of the said Section Township I. Range 1/N aid E, first Monday in February.
purporting
8ubCibcr.
D .. Received by the latest Arrivals, call hour at bit of study 8, A., where M and he 4,may P. M.be found betweenthe ALL persons creditors and legatees entitled to .ii- Institution ofer a for sale,m tracts agent, and upon to belong to W. G. Gould. January S, 18J3.- 2: _

; LARGFaseirtment of READY MADE CLO- or otherwise interested in the estate terms to suit purefia.ieit;zbout Four Thousand Acresof A. A. FISHER, Sheriff I

A. THING. SHOES. also, a general assortment Gilt frames furnished if RUSSELL. Artist. of Lewis Saunders late of Leon county, 'deceased LANDsitucted in I the county of Jackson, in the and ex officio Tax Collector Leon Co. ACard.T .

:" HoTSj. Q3- reuired. are hereby notified to exhibit their claims State of Florida. Also the Right to Locate, to a January 2!, ISIS. 23 HF. education of youth is,a service of inctlcnh-

D L H. GREENBERG CO. and demands within Iwo )ean from this\date'fo ti limited extent. ble i"porlancene (or which money cannot

b .r.. October 30, )S7. & U & JnnaENCI: undersigned, or the same wi be barred ; and all persons I The above lands were selected at an early date by G. W. HUTCHINS, possibly be a equivalent. The teacher, like the
{t. OKBERT B. Artist New York : G. W. indebted to said are to make ratesDetShY
L.II. tequele an experienced judge,and are believed to be amongstthe I physician fixes on certain reasonable
.: .;. LAnD, Aitist. ; JOJ: MIER Artist, New Or- I immediate Ila 'meDt. finest in the county. AUCTIONEER for convenience; and, like him, receives the specified .
r ,
Good r Gentemen' Wear. leans C. CURTIS, Artist Ky. ; JAS. C. Wimot. LEWIS M. SAUNDER Executor. C. DUPONT TALLAHASSEE t"LA. I amount as a hnoaru. not as eqaivaleet.
1. a
.: i BLUE:, BUck,and'Bue Bak roadcolh.. Fancy .tiit. Philadelphia; IRA SANPCRS, Artist, Ohio. Dcembr.181. 2 2m .' tt Sf D. ..1. of A'y. part of the attended to, and Whoever knows truly i igeoraat.
any county
23,1S47. 25 tf
1' Stinet..Itntlky n., Satin Jeembr Quincy, June 12.18- 47 ly SALES solicited. A faithful teacher has no heart fardianningTbe

5. 5 Vrstin} Sik Vche Velinl. Rich Satin Sil. Choice Liquors. respeclfuly undersigned after a single notice towards iheeod

'. vered Vesting, Rcb Fancy Sill Cravats, a Family Groceries.WE rITE otTer to the public the following choice Liquors Rifles and Shot-Guns. H. BOND ., REFERENCES I: LLOYD: Ft A GO, of the term, will invariably without hesitation
: ; ., general of and Shoes, VV all of which we will warrant as beingof F.s' I & close connexion at once with any one who may impose
.'rUIl.nt cent1fmtn' Dts have received by late arrivals from New York A SSORTED qualities, sizes and price.just received J. W ARCTIC. Esq, | D. C. Wl.OJ, Ej. I
Hats and Caps; also, a .tol ready made and New Orleans, a toice selection of Gro- the best quality : JTi and for sale by S. F. EURNEY. January 2-, iSIS.Thomas. 57 on him in thismatter..HENRY ALLAN-

: clothing.just n'ceve and for by cries suitable for Family use : 2 quarter casks supr. old Cognac Bran ly, September 25, 1/1. 10Caps.
.. iSis. tf
S. BURNEY. Tallahassee February 5. 29
MadeirsVjne
I 2 Heir
Jeff.
Cheese, Mackerel, Prunes, St. ,
I' ,. .J September Z:. 1S17. 10 Cofb. and liin. French 5 bbls. old Monongahela Whiskey, Notice.
Luis FIII. u. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
of doz. old Madeira Wine
-
1
-- -- French Mushrooms and 2 5 boxes tch. .Ub
Cur-
DR. J. S. nONDOF"'FR rent MOltrd. Preserved Raspberry Lobster and vintage ef 1928, Newton Gordon'Co" received per the last arrival, 50 doz. Cloth WILL practice in the Circuit Court in each DURING mj temporary abseimse from the Stats

to the citizens Shelled! Cijer., Slmon., Champagne Wine Port and Caet JUS Glazed Caps for Gentlemen and Boys, new of the Middle Circuit and in the Supreme B. GALBRITH! and A. MAIOE art 7
his Paper Currtnt. ,
I. States District Court authorized .
Cordial Court and at
pofelioale"itt Sirdines. For sale low Naucuno. stle which will be sold very low. I Unite agents.
by PEAUCK.
4 .fi olD country. BICHE.LINDENBEHGBR.Noreeaber r &GREENBERG fcCp i, ; Talabpp. PHILIP T. "

,_.t. t Office MIA a, C IS<>\I.I"ilh. 110tt. t "t HICHE. &J LlBERE. 15'. J Oefbb3t$9| (L 1' MOlt tUo, January, 9?, 188- 33 February 19, IS4S 30 UJ '



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