The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 20, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00003
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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lL.L.A! O paUlO And then" ho satin 1 ( Elliot looked bewildered 41'declare girls, we've entirely forgofen Prospects of Cotton. J ST. Loris Drc. !20.INTELUGEXCE .t-
mood for some minutes. did all these come from, John !' washerwoman, poor Mrs. Elliot< From Godeys Ladya&bl.: That's, better,' he said at in a trembling voice, for she was some weeks since the sent us word that she ropa, confirm u* in the opinion advanced in Yesterday morning, Dr. Jett, of Har.sibaJ, 4 .
Christmas Presents. and walking about the floor. with surprise and pleasure at this had sprained her wrist, and could not do pur our last publication: of,the strong probability I in this State, came passenger:;: in the atesmersyhrce .
A STORY FOR THE HOLIDAYS.I be money' and good feelings supply of articles so much need. washing until it got well. I think you had 'of an advance in the prices of Cotton. The Edwdrd Bates from New Orleans to this city> :4 i. _
purpose. better go and see )her this morning. I imports American Cuttort lo tfpcember) he arrived a few day previous direct 1. l' .
BY T. E. lITnt'U, 1 But they'll expect something, gave an artless relation of what had shouldn't wonder if she stood in need of:;'mp.. were 1,286,000 bates<<, against! 814,000! last from California and the gold 4* dlggiitf"9! I
with himself; the family will between hirn and the printer: for whom thing. She has two children, and only one I..year, or art increase of i 15,00(1( bale*. In The Poctor during his absence has csplored] :. I
Didn't lie make a present of anything of it. and added- ot them is old .vi _
you Perhaps I'd better spend enough to earn anything-and 'other descriptions the imports were. 207OOQ the rnosi Oregon and Calrnla I and being ;
tizzy T* asked Margaret\ Granger of her cou. mount in elegant books for the number that you wore, and I even he can only bring home a very? small I'bales, against: 226QQQ(} bales, an increase of) a gentleman intelligence: t1 and acrte cbsst.vation ...' ,
tin Lizzy Green. and let thu other go in the way I would guess at Netty's size. If sum."e hare done wrong} to forget, Airs. but :31QUQ h,11eThp' sfo k' American<< : is i is enabled to !Impart a great deal of .
No, not even a strawberry cushion, spoke pose.! fit, the man says he will change Elliot.' J 271,000 1 bales, against 237,000: bales last year, valuable ,information to those who are laboN t
up Lizzj's sister Jane, that he might have This suggestion, however, did ; and I'll go clear back to the store to. 4 You go :and see her Lizzy,' said 1 anp.I .-j being an excess of hut 31.000 bales.! I In other ing under triij gold adventuring cfj1s "
mania .
bought for a 1pt'nce. 1 think he's a right h im. but what ib.e shall have her new shoes don't care about visiting poor people in dis. descriptions stock u ]i6, 30 bales a. present day.: He came by!xtny Paijatnl and : ,. t
down mean, selfish, stingy fellow, so I do ; 4 Better let it ail go in the Won't she be glad 1 I wish tress ; it makes me feel bad.' gainsl 135,490 bales, or an excess! of 40,910 f Cha2rM.from whence we learn the folhwrln-;* '
\ nnd if he don't keep Lizzy on bread and water he said, after thinking awhile ; awake.' To relieve their wants, Jane, ought to bales. The consumption American Cotton facts c/mnecte d" roate, aa.|* ;\.
when he gets her, my name's not Jane do a real good. The time will the tea, sugar and rice, you bought make you feel good,' said Mrs. Green. has been I,09,000 bale :against ? .OOO'' mode of conyeyanee across the Isthmus.expenses Tb:?' Ii
Green.' can explain the whole matter, half: dollar he gate you ?' said the 41 know it ought ; but I had rather not g o.' bales last year or an increase of :317QOO) expense for transporting freight:;: froqa Cbag/ifs/ ..
i I wouldn't' hate }him,' said 1\IarguctjelSt. and do away with the false Oh, yes, Jane: ,' said Lizzy ; you must po bales In other de.,erinijonf' the consumption to Panama is 3. dollar per hundred pcund/i .
*-nr, yet half in earnest. Let Christmas: go have been formed.' I ,' replid John ; 'r bought the tea and with me. I want: you to :go. Poor Mrs. El- has been 219,000 balo, against 253,000' twenty-four miL i s of which is by land, in$t _
*jy and not make his sweetheart or sister a To the conclusion at which for you. They're your Christmas gift I Hot who knows how much she may have suf- bales, or a decrease of(09,000 the residue by Witer. The land earrijg* .8 _
sresent of the most trifling value He must I rived he remained firm. No And the rice we'll :all have: to. fered ?l' The deduction and inference from the I performed entirely by pack mules, *hose cargo; '.
iiave a penny soul. Why, Harry Lee sent I kind was made to his betrothed ; '. Won't you make us a rice pudding 4 Yes, Jane, go with Lizzr : I want yo:; to foregoing facts are bigVy interesting in regard roputts each of 2CQ 1 Ibs. weight j five miles cf '. I
rsotke 4 Leaflets of Memory,' and a pair of, and the reader has seen in what dinner V S-' to the prospects of Am<"(cm: Cotton. Hitherto Limo road j* very had, and nothing can carried
'j the sweetest Cower vases you ever saw, and mission vas viewed. a good boy, John-:a very good Jane did not like to refuse< positively, so she we have: been c'ntiiilz-tliy receiving accounts be, except ,in packages adaj.ted.ta being packed thy
io only ocracs to fee me as a friend. And Christmas eve proved to be said: the ciother, much affected iiy the got ready :and went, though with a good deal I t of? the probability' that i Great Britain mules.. The charge is sevetyfiveceuta _
Cousin William made me a present of a splendid inclemency. The snow had spirit her son displayed. 4 Yes, you reluctance. Like great many others! she would be enabled 'o receive, her, supplies; flf hundred,and six dollars hire f'r the uts of 4
copy of Mrs. Hall's Sketches,' the most day, driven into every nook and '" a rice pudding. Bjt take off your hid: io; taste for scenes distress. )If she I Cotton from India, Esypt: &c.r :and these ac. mule to ride aero s to theater transports.lion. .
interesting book I ever read. Besides, I re. and cranny, by a piercing ; my son-they are wet-and dry could relieve! a want by putting! her hands behind i! counts haye: been often tied to depress :and 'The ivater carriage js accomplished in
ceived lots of things. Why, my table is full now, although the wind had by the fire.' her. without seeing the object of penurv, I break down the prices of American Cotton.- large !sizre canoes, the proprietors of wiicbcharge .
of not till Xell. 'g shoes to she had no objections to doing so hut to look But the facts adduced I abovo,
presents. among the chimneys and to you put ) on see ; I by us prove V:i cents a hundred ; in addition u>
You hare: been quite fortunate,' said Lizzyin with blinding violence into the }' fit her,' replied John. 'If they don't suffering in the face was too revolting to her i most concIuMTfly that tln si! pfalpments! and "hicn. each: p4enger i h charged for jJo,!I. .
a quiet voice ; 'much more so than Jane who ventured abroad, the broad going back to the store for a pair that I sensitive feelings. expectations are idle and deceptive, and thatit lars fare to Panama. X7n reaching Paninj: .
and 1 if to receive Christmas She shall have her shoes for Christ-: When Lizzy and Jane entered the humble I Britain !
a great many falling slowly but more heavily new I is to t trjis i country alone that Great you have to a lighter to take you out
presents is to be considered fortunate.' morning, though the ground was And mother, try yours on-may: lie they home ofthe widow, they found every thing must. look! tor' her eurtpK' ofthe raw material.' I| to tl.pf *e1.procure in the offing which is & additional .
But don't you think Edward might han ready) to the depth of many do.' I comfortable, neat and clean.: A small stove In this respect she i is absolutely! de, en lent j cot of four dolan breach. trip&ofthe
sent you some token of good will and affection night to make the poor feel sober satisfy: the earnest 1)orIrg.: Elliott was! upon the hearth, and, though the day wasvery upon u.; ; and talk ns !lic nm, and act a 4 she I I lighter ; **veraf!, evtr, goicg out jdd
in this holiday season, where every one er more closely around their Netty's shoes, although the child was cold, diffused a genial: warmth throughout can, she cannot h ike nff: this dependence.IT .- together in employing one ct irC2.Il
is giving or receiving presents ?' asked! :Mar-\ thought of the few sticks of ng. the room. :Mrs. Elliot sat knitting ; she IS FEa3I.1M.5TLV FIXED I'PON HEH. I boat: At Panama it is iinposible to procure
I i garet. of coal that yet remained of the thing,' she said. appeared extremely glad to see the girls.- I In this aspect ofatftir. why should the prices any kind accommodation Under {fUJ dollars .
I 4Nothing of the kind was needed, Cousin store. \ try on yours,' urged John. Lizzy inquired how her wrist was, how she. I Cotton remain: at such low rates as tr> a day ; adventurers would' $.
Maggy, as an expression of his feelings to. Oil this dreary night, a small couldn't fit me better saiJ the mo. was :getting;: along, and if she stood in need of be ruinous to the producer nfl it.? and only rro.1 well to take their tents acd ccnsequertlj;? .
wards me,' replied Lizzy. He knew thatI been at work in a printing office II as she slipped on one of the shoes.- anything. To the last question she! replied- fitabe! to the rmnufdcturer ? There! U with so that in the event cfdstcritioc! el
understood their true quality, and felt that .I near the desk of his employer, take off your wet ones, and dry your i I should: have wanted almost everything I I ther reason nor propriety in if. The tem. could pitch their"ovrn'tents and
any present would have been a useless for. I ccivc his week's wages and go the tire, while I put the supper on to make me comfortable, had not :Mr. Mayfield i gpnce from the Continent indicates! a inte'Ji.1 save: themselves tjiis great expense for rather
mality.' I mother a poor widow whose : .' ( one ofthe gentlemen I washed for before Iranq-iillity to Europe. Money is poor hem;. A steatter makes the trip froro I
You can't iy the same: in regard to Jane. I scarcely sufficed to she food to satisfied: now that all was: right, did I hurt my wrist, remembered m'e at in England and to be placed on credit at 2 Panama to San Francisco, in from ten to
He might have passed her the usual: compliment hold. mother wished, while she got ready j Christmas.: lIe sent me ibis nice little stove per cent.4t Trade in the rr.inufacturing dis twelve daya.lnc Dr. Jett thinks t erei I hj
of the season.' 4 You needn't come tomorrow frugal repast. Both were too much ex. and a load: of coal, a ball barrel offlour, meal, tricts." says Wilmer & Smith's 'i'imcs is no rik ofany very VeaL a .
Certainly, he might,' raid Jane. Lizzy the printer, as he handed the lad have very keen appetites. As they potatoes: tea, sugar, acd I can't now tell you reviving, and hope are 'confideutly entl'r-I .; the trip from Chagrej to Panama ie accomplished ". _
n edn't try to excuse him after this lame fash. lars that were due him for the ; about rising from the table after finish what all-besides a chicken for our Christ tamed: that the New Year will'bring with it a ,' na with ease in tvtentj-fovr houff, _
ion. Of course, there is no cause for the omission 4 tomorrow is Christmas.' mal, some one knocked at the door. mas dinner, and five dollars in mone.,. I'm renewed trade and briskness in all departments : andwithoutanydetention whatever.Al ChiSrcs ,I
but meanness-that's my opinion, and The boy took the money, and opened it, and a gentlemen came in and sure he couldn't have spent leas than twenty: business." The spinner\ are notIons it i is very unhealthy, the prevailing di*.
I speak it out boldly.' ing a moment, turned away, dollars. Heaven knows I shall never forget; buyers of American( : :and the trade is but ease being feve and! ague, but on the Pacific
4 It isn't right to say that, sister,' remarked I wards the door. He ,' do you do, Mrs. Elliott ?l' him He came: on Christmas eve, and inquired lightly stocked" The amount,, taken on speculation side t the clipnte is salubrious and healthy* "
Lizzy. 'Edward has other reasonsfor omit. something and seemed -how do you do, :Mr. Mayfield( 1 Take so kindly how I was: getting along; ; is 107,000 balis, asainst 294,000 From San Francisco to Sutli is li*
ting the prevalent customs of the season, and printer noticed this, and at once ,' and she handed her visitor a chair. and then told me that he would send me a little bales last year, or less by I 197,000 b. l ls, show distance a hundred .fjniles .CMJS*, jil
good: reasons, I am well assured. As to the ded its meaning. has your wrist pot, Mrs. Elliott ?- present, instead of to tbo'"e who didn't really ing clearly that what has been purchased has proepr in srcoil sail vessels! the passage Gwh'tch
charge of meannes', I do not think the fact John,' he said kindly. most ready to take my trashing a. : need anything, and who might well forgive been for bone fide consumption. We may is six'' Collars each and the cast of
you allege, a sufficient ground for making it.' The boy stopped and turned him for omitting the usual complimentsofthe again shortly avert,: to this s-ibject. and will transportation of merchandize about & dollara
4 Well, I do then' said Cousin largartt.Wh .- did so the printer took up a half better! thank you, but not well en. season. Soon after he was: gone, a close for the present with reiterating the hundred. When you reatb S&tos, yotf ai* _
4 )' if I were a young man and engaged in the debk, and holding it between for that, and I can't tell when it will be. man brought us a car.load of things, and on opinion, that .the prospects ofihe planter are [ within forty "miles of .the god! diggisb _
marriage to a lady, I'd sell my shoes, but said: is so long getting nell.' Christmas day the stove and the coal: came.' briltcnif: %.Charleston Mercury. I f which every man has: to make ,ijs way the
what I'd'e her something as a Christmas You've been a very good boy, ,, do you get along,' asked Mr. May. Jane looked at Lizzy, upon whose face wasa 'I best he can. At San: franclsco and & the _
present.' think you deserve a Christmas Can you do any kind of work ?' warm glow, and in whose eyes shone a COL. TALLIAFERRO (pronounced; Tolifer) I j vicinity beard Is"lhe, same as at Panarsa: four
Yes-or borrow or beg the money,* chi. half dollar (for you.' bing more than a little about the bright light. -The Washington! : correspondent of t the dohlar a day, atd labor fcnd every thing elsp _
It med in Jane. John's countenance was lit up No, I thank you kindly, not now. I am Charleston Courier, thus speaks of Col. Tale I to which a price can be affixed proportions.' I3
I Every one must do as be or she thinks: As he came back to get the you dou't earn :anything at all ?l' very comfortable.! Long be'ore my coal, flour iaferro, of Virginia, now eighty years of:age, 1 My high. The Doctor i informs us ttat.it cct _
\ best,' replied Lizzy. As for me, I am con ter's eyes rested upon his feet, sir-nothing.' meal and potatoes are out, I hope to be able and for forty a member Congress: : him sixteen dollars: in cash for jcply i setting
j\ tent to receive no holiday gift, being well satiified covered with a very comfortable do you manage to live, :Mrs.\ Elliott? to take in washing again, and then I shall not 4* Hi* health an J faculties have never, fur I his wagon tire. .Cattle up to .the ire tf
that meanness on the part of Edward and he saidWhich c have to get along the lest we can on I need :any body's :assistance, a moment given way, and he is the same: man left were plenty in the country, vegetable
Las nothing to do with it.' 4 would rather two dollars a week.' 4 Forgive me sister, for my light words a. now that he was when he was the coniden.( scarce, and very liitle fruit. There o
i But notwithstanding Lizzy said this, !she! half dollar or a pair you of shoes ?7' dollars a week! You can't: live on 'bout Edward; ,' Jaoejsaid.the moment she and (tial adviser Jefferson, Madison acd Monroethe was: a considerable stock ofCour on bd.gt' _
I tumid not help feeling a little disappointed ; I'd rather have the shoes,' a week, Mrs. Elliott ; thai is im. Lizzy left the widow's tause. He is gene. same man that he was when he opposedthe I j Sutos, :and more was going i ic by ftrsry arrival. _
I more perhaps on account of the appearance without hesitation. ne'n. .'- rous and noble-bcarted. I would rather he administration ofthe elder Adams. Col. The Doctor says he baa read no accousi
: of the thing than from any suspicion that 4 Very well ; I'll write you s all we have: ,' said the widow. had: done this than made me a present of 'the Tuliaforro has always lived liberally, :and} has | since his arrival the United tate that ex*
Jane had I :Mayfield asked a good miny more most costly remembrancer he could find, for it lived -itberlJie.quantity or quality of ihp
meanness, as alledged by anything shoemaker, and you can go and enjoyed, as much as any man: that ever agjjerates
to do with the omis&ton. and the printer turned to his and showed :a very kind interest in stamps his character.: Lizzy, you may: well social pleasures, in all their approved forms.At gold. He further.states,4hat-! : geld! isjou;) I .
41 wish; Edward had made Lizzy some kind an order. widow's affairs. When he arose to be proud of him.' a supper party the other night, he was j, in dry ravines, aa ,well as these-covered u'itb
of a present,' said !Mrs.\ Green to her husband As he handed John the piece : )', he said- Lizzy did not trust herself reply, for she asked what his secret was. He replied that: ;, water. Persons who go about collecting the I -
a day or two after the holiday had pas. which the order was written, send you a few things to-night Mrs. could think of no word adequate to the expression be had never known disease-that "he bad precious rcelals: with any- nd of system amass ,.
sed ; if it bad been only for the looks of the earnestly into his face, and as a Christmas present. This is the of her feelings. When Jane told her never made but one meal a day-that if he three Jjmes! the quantity of dust andjrf t
thing. Jane has been teasing her about it strong marked hesitation when friends remernber each other, and father :about the widow-Lizzy was modestly took supper, he did not dine-that be had risen than those who, like a Hen with one chicken
ever since, and calls nothing but meanness 41 think, sir, shoes will do of good will are passing: in all direc. silent on the subject-Mr. Green said- early-had always: used exerciseand neer \. are scratching a little! everywhere. Dr/Je/Tt '
my I I think I cannot do better than to 4 That done There is the ringof relates circumstance .cane cn4or\hltf
in Edward. And I am afraid he is a little mended they only need was nobly on horse-back when he could go a-foot ; one :
close." i you please; write shoes for my : :all I designed giving for this purpose, the genuine coin I am proud of him !' and that, under, all circumstances} \ he had observation which is rLtbct: ludicrmtj, arid t tI
4 Better that he should be so than too free,' of me ?' you a little more comfortable. So Tears came into Lizzy's eyes as she heard preserved, an equality of temper. His rule shows the aarice of those in pursuit oflh
replied Mr.I Green ; 'thou h I must confess The boj's voice trembled, and the man comes with which I shall send her father speak so warmly and approvingly was never to suffer that which wast past to I lucre even in a land where its abundance
will know that it is for Good of her lover. limits. A partr of some twenty
that a dollar or two, or even ten dollars spent; suffused. He felt that he had you. his mind-to enjoy what Providence knows no I
I I will drop in to again before Next ,' added Mr. Green, I we must prey upon I thirty were exploring a dry ravipe that ,Itad
at Christmas in a present for his intended much. The printer looked at ; see you year sent him, and to tru take: a lesson of Edward, and improve our to a mountain supposed to be rIch with ,ih,4 _
the -
bride,could hardly have been !set down to ment or two, and then said- ----'-- I .
score of prodigality. It does look mean cer 4 Docs she want shoes badly ?' ercfrs.! Elliot could express her I system holiday: presents. How many hun Anecdote of Judge Parson*.-The bar of i precious ore ; when"near its base, they cam
tainly.' Oh, yes, sir. She doesn't e !, Mr. Mayfield hid: retired. I dreds :and thousands: of dollars are wasted: in Essex countv (Miss.)) had ,made rule that no .suddenly upon a spot yrhich- glittered .like- ihe. .
He is doing very veil.--: washing and ironing, when she j I very long time passed before the voice 'useless!\ souvenirs and petty trifles, that might lawyer: should take in'o! Ln otjjce more man" 6rmame tin a clear night with gelu 1 ds po '
,'lie gets salary: of eight hundred dollars, she !sprained her wrist three ] speaking to his horse, was heard at I do :a lasting good if the stream of kind feelingwere three students.? B..t it so happened that the ore, caused by the washings.from tha motimmatam.
four i The vehicle had moved so noise. turned into a better channel.' ; In an infant: ,every man lhre r j
and I suppose it doesn't cost him over or hasn't been able to do celebrity of Parson!, then ;a practising lawyer him.el
five hundred dollar to live-at least it oughtnot about the house since.' I : on the enow-covered street, that its ap. in Essex, had :gained him more ban his due upon the ground where lay scattered $
to do BO.' Are your .wages all she ..has had not been observed. The loud Ban1Robbery.Our telegraphic despatch I share, and he was accused, before the bar, of ore, and sprawling put his rm ttd .kg8;,
4 lie has bought himself a snug little house They are ,now.' of a whip handle on the door caused the yesterday mentioned the robbery of the Au. I! having (five students. He denied the! charge; claimed a pre-emption to the surface that:h#
I am told.' You have a little sister, I widow and her !son to start. John gusta (Maine) Bank. The robbery took place hut it being:;: clearly proved that there were in could cover in this war.' The title was regarded *. .
4 If he' done that: he's done very well,' Yes, sir.' opened it. between Saturday night and :Monday\ morning, I his office (five young gentlrrnon aiming the by each as. goo and the average yiek*
aid Mr. Green ; and I can forgive him for '.'Docsbhe nt shoes, also ?' this Mrs. Elliot's ?' asked a carman, when the following sums were taken : law, it was a matter of curious speculation a. t4? the whole /. a very short lima rrijj
not spending his money in Christmas presents She has had nothing but with his leather hat and rough coat 13 square boxes of silver, 8500 each. mong his legal brethren how he would get upward of three hundred dollars.the infof .
that are never of much me, say the best you feet for a month' with snow. 0 bags of silver, 8200 to 8300 each himself clear of the accusation. Why,gen. I The above includes all practical
will of them. I'd rather Edward would havea Indeed !' sir,' replied John. Package or bag of gold, 83.415. tlemen," said he,441 I have positively hut three mation that we.re nt of interest to our rea. ,

comfortable house to put his wife inthan see The turned to his desk cry well : I've got a Christmas present Package sovereigns, 85,000. students, and I belive! I can prove it to your ders. .
him loading her down before marriage with printer I rather think ; so hold open the door Foreign bills, about 81,000. entire satisfaction: It is true,J have I five young -
half minute
mused for
presents of one foolish thing or nnotb.'r.' with his heart a ,loud I bring it in.' The Augusta Age says : men in my office-but then one of! them{ it a Ctnttoca BILL.-The following bill for wails
'True. But it wouldn't have hurt him to beating so had been! trying on his new shoes, The President of the Bank offers a rewardof dandy, and the other i, fiddler!" done i in repairing the ornaments of.the\ Lu- .
have if it had only ., hear its pulsations. ] got them laced up about his ankles one thousand dollars. The Augusta Bankis .the ran Church at Hamburg, is said, by a Ira
the something, who
given girl Give me that order, the judge once said to :a lawyer: was:
the So he hounded hotel
carman came. out situated in the basement of the new yeller to have been preseted.f'orpayinent2
been a hook,,;:. purse, or some such trifle. said to the boy, who handed more remarkable for the number of his words \
the door to take brick block '
snow, leaving care which forms a ofa recently For mend the ten
part cammtdmenta
'For which trifle he would have been as : cf 1 that, he g
and then the speeches
lie it than sense
with meanness as he is now. paper. tore up, and was up into the car in atwinkling. erected on Water street. The hotel i U unfiri- like '" How do I For a nose and three .fingers t one of iba
strongly charged: and wrote new order, : was much necessity.!
not take long, with John's active assis- ished and unoccupied.The robbers of the cross.
littler! let it go an it is. No doubt he has good Take this,' lie said, of the the of the you make that out ?1" inquired the loquacious !
; to transfer the contents car: to vault ofthe bank adjoins one j For adorning and brushing Pontius Piatt I
reasons for his conduct. 1 I have told the shoemaker to Because: said, the judge, necessity .
defended Ed. I store room, which had been for a i lower rooms ofthe hotel.'nnd is only 8p.pLr'fed: : attorney. For gilding acd painting the wings
Thus and i ilo'al1it o
Mr. Green Lizzy and ,
scolded for your mother, yourself time wanting in almost everything. from it by a brick wall! one foot thick.; The knows no lar; angel Gabriel. '
uhile the mother heart's and Jane content. a. I tcr ; and here is the half dollar, night to you, madam,' !said the car. mortar used in the construction of this wall is I' :Ma: ma, cousin Ijill. he' in the pririor) For half a brea fur Mary M da1fOtE.

XHrt Edward meanness to their lover of Lizzy Green, j must have that also.' as he was retiring, 4and: may tomorrow i comparatively: : green. The burglar first entered with niter Jane, and he keep biting: her I For cleansing! apd painting the High,Prieei;!*
Mayficldthe: John took the order and the merriest Christmas you ever spent.- the room adjoining the vault! :and witha 4 \%'hat: William, luiin; my Jane ]r' maid: and adding tolor to her cheeks
t,' wu young man of good principles, prudent his stood for a few moments looking everyone who has af( end like yours.' I small: crowbar knocked away the bricks 44 Yes'm I seed him do it so many tinv !-- 1 For putting a neW feather in the cockao .pf
I'tsand! really generous feelings ; but ter's face, while his lips moved -and may God reward him,' said Mrs. sufficiently to afford an entrance to the vault.: bites her right en her rpouli! and the turnal St. Pe:er. ;
;enelU ty did not consist in waiting his earn. trying to speak ; but no sound fervently, as.the man closed the door The plundered property was confined in a safe: .al don't holler a bit, im,th*:Y." For brjshiqgand! tjrigntenfng heli.rlre aj4pnividinglaiU
q(I?tI in order that he might! be thought liberalnd from. Then he turned away '' left her alone with her children. of the most approved construction, secured by 44 A i ever mind, t'd,1. guess Le did'ni ant-horns! for two devils..
open.hearte.dbutIn .doing real acts of face without uttering word. now the timely present.was mire care. Hull's celebrated patent gunpowder hurt her much." For strengUienin. ; the. chain of soros of ifaf I
indoeu where he saw that kindness \\':\11needed. John is very late to.night,' : ezaqitied.: It consisted! of many articles. It was opened by a key 'which lock'-I 44 Hurt her, CTaC'kpVh. ,- she lures' it,she damned. 3 !I
He had saved from his salary, in i widow ElliQi, as bhc got up and not the least welcome, was half been prepared before the safe was put into does, 'cause she kept l letting ,him, and did'nt t For beautifying and ornamenting sotne.-o* "
the course of four or five years, enough to door to look out in the hope of of flour. Then there was a bag ol the vault.! When the plunder had been removed ay nothin,' bat fist smacked: her lips as if it the elders, and strengthening their hacks. .01.
jay himself a very snug house, 'and had a fewJwodred Supper had been ready for at { meal, another pf potatoes, with sugar; the safe was coolly I locked agiin. In. was good, she, did ; I seed it all through the frames* :
dollars in tjie Suin; Bank with but she didn't feel like eating : tice, molasses, butter, &c. ;-some warm the hurry leaving the building, a box containing Jcey-hole.! I'll fire tatere: : at t him the next time For,supplying: one of thfe apostles I
"'bleb to furbish it when the time came for John came home. Little !\ ",for I the childrena heap thick shawl some S5pQ; in specie was dropped out. he come, lee ill don't."
him to get married. This time was not far sleep by the fire, aud was now : fF wen the Christmas: to which allusion hasuven up in bed. As Mrs. Elliot ,: many little things that had all been more definite statement than that given Vapoleon consumed fur hours: i jn sleep. !!o' rainy day ; to rainy to go to school, and J .:
made, came: round. A1 this! holiday sea-. the cold air pressed in upon ) with a. strict regard tozjieir ue. A above makes'the loss: ofthe bank 821,562 in. G.*n. Ca S5 r'..s at dawn, und it is Maid tha1 just about rainy enough to go a fishing.."
IOn, Edward had.intended to make both Liz.y heavy burden of snow. She chicken for a Christmas dinner, and ,specie. ofwbtcK about 89Q30 was silver bo-' John Van Burep r'ses: at t tour. 'dl.>ck. Grat: At market town Rutlandshire the fol
and her sister a holiday present, and bead one in an ague fit,and] shutting loaves of fresh Ouch cake for the chil. tides foreigp bills! amounting to about; 84000. an one day cam to his son and pushing him a placard is affixed to the shutters, of A .
what lowing
It,t been thinking for some time as to Ijr, murmured- had not been forgotten. Added to all belonging tp t the Augusta Bank, and a package intil he wakened "Come said he gtt; up, re- watchmaker, who had decamped leaving hirolitors ( 7'
Would be. Many articles, both useful and H it a five dollars in value ) belonging tp the Ticonic -
'My poor boy- was a letter! containing ( unknown i I'.ect: it is thje Dearly Iiird that catches the minus and ths main. .
1 01"wrelj them ornamental, were thought of(, but none him to be out, and so' thinly the generous !pnor said that on i the Bank. .,0mi.." "Serves the woim right, said the Airing broke I" 1'O4d vpt t
exactly pleaded his fancy. why he.days way. day he would send her a small stove and trer, foribeiug abroad to! ..arl).'"
kdaJ or two previous to Christmas he sat The mother Lal! hardly I a ton of coal. Edvrard Mayfield tlepi' A worthy but poor minister" writes a witty a ptp .Faith" said: an Irishman who could b \
th' bout) the ,putter, when something or when the door WAS thrown ? I I and soundly that night. On the next ilsnd from the country, "requested a few TALL FIRING. 'fhe Whigs Boston* fired get ii to hjs cabin at BalJngarryi his wife ba. .
o r gave a "eiv bfr to Wi reflection entered with ajii tety ,step, was Christmas, he pol.tbe stove foi .lays since the loan of fifty dollars: from the isilute of one thwand gun 1,111 MondaJ.. ing turned the key upon him ; Hkirb, but II r '
Jhey duet really need anything,' he said large package in his arms all Elliot. Tit was a small, cheap, anc1 cashier of our bank ; and in the note request. in honor Gepecal Zachary ;ITuylor'i political regularly locked in!" "/n./"said his compa.
JA l{; and yet i propose 1 myself to one. designed expressly for thr lag the favor, ha said ihatif.tbe cashier: wouldobligt'l victory on the previous Tuesday. These ion, "in where I" ..Why, in 1 "leeU '
-pend twery dollars ;in merely forreplied your Christmas gift He lent it with half ton of coal. him, he -* would! pay him in ten days politicians are lavish, of r thjjr powder' now, the hero of Sandnsky, t l''
sort, for the Col. Croghan,
f ralle'a Bright and faith of Abraham. The cashier re.ur.ied 'ojbtless to make up in jwrne
.apr sake. Ia 7cbooie said in a delighted voice ; or four days after Christmas, Mrs. on the the 9th dayd' .
a15, on -
ofo. Tav V cholera in
rt af rou lo do it''- to and'there ;it euy'l !l' said to Lizzy and Jane ai they eat sew word that by the ru1es'ofthc bank: then ", tiinitbey did not fiic at any. o NeW
lIjrn .
f his
time three pairs of ahoct a 't. ner of a nu'.e! must! reside in the State ictorie over the enemies! 'intry. January j

I '!u not "',lre Of tb..{, bt added, ilfler I' | another' of tea, end atpther of


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. Further- AccouiitbY- the America. of f Mid articles of inrktimatible valun to that THE FLORIDIAX S JOURNAL CourtifoU of the The following resolutions>,> introduced, by The following extracts, the first from ,
in the State from which In our notice last: week of the acts of House uo
The Charleston contain ncc Hint> putrid residing City or M r. BUCKDTOX, Chairman the Georgian, and the ono succeeding from

by the America, from papers which we citract the i hey were presented, who shall IJe adjuJged A. C. !MAXWCl.I. & R. B. JlL TON. General .Assembly, we neglected to mention Committee on Federal Relations, have been correspondent of the Charleston t tha
b y his countrymen n or the ladies to have been KDITORt AND ?PROPRIETOR tho bill for the establishment of Com.mon Mercury>,
providing each 'branch of will show how
following: Unanimously passed in our .tho slave!
of his question
rRA cr. he most valiant in the defence country --- ---.-------. since taken some stands j
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Louis Napoleon: after having been (pronounced and our country's rights." Saturday, January 20, 1849; and will now present LegisJal /e. Wo rejoice at tho unanimitjr Washington. i
pains examine the bill, ed. Let all the Southern Statesact 0 Mr. Hale introduced in tbe
IVi-siJ-JMt of the French Republic{ bus cxbL Senate. a
t IMPORTANT FROM BATON ROUGE-THE TERM*.-THREE DOLLAR A YEAR, IX ADVANCE. our readers a clearer view main features from women of t the Unlld Slate*, rftito"
look the oath of office at the tribune, and read orts in this same spirit, and all tho Nor h will prating agans
VIEWS furtbefXltIsion ,tb. ;
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before. a
an address, of which the following is :an out. [Cortupondtneeofthe Gactr ] than we could.have done I very soon see how far there arc divisions a. protection of our flag from (Ihe.late trade, and'tie i
Cinnal G. D. S. of T.
of the abol.tion.
the interests !
line : j ject< so deeply affecting } slavery wherever Congre ihe '
He said! he would trace out briefly the prin. BATON Koi-cu, Dec. 15, 1843.I The next Quarterly' Meeting of the Grand and intimately connected mong oureh.es on these momentous questions. stitutional power to do so.: Mr. Hale move ba J |10 con-

ciples and policy 1 11) which he would lie ;gov.5rrrcd i: have just made: a visit to the White Division of ihe Sons of Tt-mperance will beheld whole people, so ResoJtcd by the Senate and House of Re- !Ihe petition 1 his administration, and to h IIou'e," in which resides! that good old! man I with their progress in social, moral and polit. persenlatkes of Stale of Florida in Gene. instructions to report a bill abolishing in the
in th
conducting 1 in the Town of Quincy, on T uesiJay next. District of Columbia, and
which he would scrupulously adhere, as v c h..e selected to bring about a much nee. ical improvement, that we will take occasion ral l Assembly corned, That, as friends of the make some remarks, nbcn was Mr to proceei to
"a'i led refo in tho at I 23d instant. G. W.% A. SIMOX Towns, Esq. the view with serious alarm the the King mGfd'to ]Isy
incumbent upon a man of honor lie in atf.ir Washington. frequently to refer to it. Now that good Jxiox, we most question of reception on the table, whichmotioa

regard all who by illegal: means attrmpted lo found Gen. Taylor, net exactly in camp, but was appointed at the last meeting to deliver work i is begun, the foundation laid, it is to be course of our Northern brethren in relation 10tbe was cd, decde to bein orde.and,alter dcbite,prevail-

subvert! or oveiturn that: system. of Government dwelling in a IHnal house of a, humble protention un address on the occasion.: Rev. G. C. educatian become the question of SL"U.ERYcoure which, Sixteen yea and nays, 2 to IC."

which tho people of Franco hadsodistiuctly as himself in the garruon here. JOSHUA hoped that general "i marked by unkindness, wrong, insult, and in. the nae nator lo diipose voting against the tnual. cofcrw

) manifested was thpir choice,as the ene. None bitterest democrats speakof .PJELPS. Alerrate.Dacucrrc311 cherished policy of'our State, and that every jury, has already, to a most unfortunate extent, V which, if. discussed, would roinarily not only consouJ of a.sict;

fflI('$ 'of the coun-!,)". On this subject there him in anything 'but terms of deep respect Likenesses. man's thoughts will be turned to considering weakened the bonds which unite them and us ; precloultlmt of I Ihe Senate,but arouse sectional i

should be ao difference of opinion, nr.d itehould I for his excellent character, aud in full satisfaction wishing portraits of themselves or the best means of perfecting the system of which, if persisted in, in the same spirit, can ol sions 1 State in that once dignified body of fcepr.sentatfvej

I IKJ the aim of fill-citizens and Kepreeentativcs of his commanding: abilities and talents : f friends may obtain them executed in admira. Common Schools. only terminate in further alienation, and in the into to action Solereignfy,will do ;more pa.ionvhi to weaken b.the who aroused

!!, as it thould be hU own-to place' I for the office of President. inevitable dissolution of the Confederacy. the Uniun.or Southern atachmnt.
ble excellence men
style of by calling on bill that the see bretbreo
on a firm basis, and tf rengthen, the DC mo. Gen. Taylor told ma that he was already The present provides Registerof Resolved, That the recently acquired Territory of tbe >orth seeking to trample dawn the barriers of
overwhelmed wilh applications for office, so i at his room, late the office of the Public Lands shall be the general Superin- the Constitution merely to
cratic ;infititutions of the coulltn.. His most 1 lc Tln having been purchased by blood and gratify the insatiate thirst

ardent wishes and desires! were.t that: he might much fcolhat it occupied all his time not nec. Florida Sentinel. We have never before, in t ten ant of Schools for the State. I will be treasure, of which her full proportion: was contributed of t the their Southern constituent Sta' .for aSSaUlts upon the rights of

be. instrumental in securing th'! happiness, and essarily devoted lo business, to read the nume. any portion ofthe Union seen such specimens his duty to apportion the School fund to the by the South, she and her sons are entitled will u"3illhe integnty es. -which of( the assaults Union itselt.,il successful!,

alleviating miseries, of the people! who had I I rous letters, many uhtch! are long and te- of the art as Dr. :M. offer When it is felt 1i several counties, according to the number of equally, with any other portion of the 'w- refer to the Upsort meeting incur columns.

J.given; hjn: such a striking proof of their confi. (l ions, so that it is quite out of his power to when the Union, to the enjoyment of the same ; this We agree with our Clow.dlzen. tally for.
that the lime .Ibat
may very soon come children in each, between five and eighteen bearance to.ardllbe
donee. The, largeness of his majority had give answtf."BCliJI8 General Assembly, therefore, believing that with ati.tvrv mn cnl
,penetrated him, with the rlorpect! gratitude! and says: tho General, '0 I am not removal of:friend by death or otherwise, will years old: to keep himself ad vised of the num. Congress possesses under the Constitution, no Can us to be true a man virtue.of the
any and
it was jjratil) ing on another!! account in thei yet t President, knl
tttcngtb which it gave to the new' \" plications i be made through the proper depart which, to the bereaved heart, is unspeakable, counties, and lo suggest and report plans for l language to that ofthe Legislature of Virginia Corretpontlcncc of At Mercury.
and] jut is wished .
merits, incum.benl
of and remove an
ment. With the continuance peace will avail themselves ofthe hereby declare it their opinion, WASHINGTON
l let it i he shown that he does not many opportunity i increasing the fund, and improving the a January 10,1843.
would in its anSWl'rrhe .Jtem.
the improve !* under
tranquility country no circumstances, will the To-day Mr. resolution
Jeflersoniaii iCanJartl! fur which now unts itself securing a I living each the of peo. GO' came up lot reoq.slderalon. .
condition, the mikled would return to their t an oflico holder, pre In county Judge pie of this State be willing to recognize as Mr- CALM B. SMITH. Chairman of the

duty! and the passions: of men would he sub. utid that: the applicant does ; for a far us lies breathing likeness. quired to act a Superintendant. He will divide i. Liudin ,nny enactment ofthe Federal Gm.er. i Commttteeon Territories, and one o: the mOlt influential .

dueJ: by the indulgence! n It! a spirit of forbearance : i iu lay power I intend that all new appoint. : his county into convenient School Districts ment which has for its object the I of \\higs in the House, made a speech in (a. T*
mcnts shall l Le of men honest and capable. THE AIFICA MEruoroLiTAX MAGAZINE. -i prohibition. vor re-considering the resolution,and notice *
nnd reconcili.tli( lie 'had: called gave
] teachers and of Slavery in Territory South of the line o fan arnendm.nt. to instruct
examine anJ
t employ pay the Committee the .
around: !him p'lttiutic :ud i capable: : men, who, :i: I ili) not intend to remove any man: ftom of. .-We have had time only to glance at I I I cf the Missouri Compromise, holding it to be District of Columbia to report a bill prohibiting on the *

uhateier! might he their foimer; political! opine I i lice because he voted against nae, for that is a this monthly periodical, brought ton\ by the t to each district its share of the fund, to be regulated : t the natural and independent right of each cit. i ingresj of negrcei into the Distric.either for sale or

ions devoted to the of the 'on. i J freeman's ruhi'cpc: ; but such desecration of I I I by its proportionate number of children.He for any ether purpose. to
!! were support; l last mail.! This is a new adventure in Literature I i izen of each and every State of the Confederacy prevailed re-onside
ftitution the enforcement of the, laws and the office and o.'IicJal! patronage as me'of them l is also be of Schools which by a very decided majority. Mr. SMITH f
to Inspector i to reside with his of whatever then moved the
-tho lumber January: being the I I property, previous question on his amendment i
hate been guiliy! of: to secure the election! of I
glory ort tie j.uMic. Tiie 1 incoming Gov. :. and it will be his in but this failed and in this
visit the condition
he shall
I annually ; duty description, any Territory acquired by ; of thing the
the first iuuc. It is illustrated nine cmbellijhmeuts I I
| master whom they served as al i5 de. by
and the oed a deep debt i u'el, ; House ,and the
rnuient, country I of the United States adjourned question will again coma
the arms or yielded by
I t to annually to general Superinten. treaty
of ratilll.Jo to tl,05e u\Lo 1m.J preceded them! grading to the character of American free. l -with contributions fiom Mrs. Ste. I report wilh up to-morrow.

taO, liaJ handed, ocr in tact their ausiwriiy;' to I men and will be a good excuse fur removal liens, Mrs. Otgood, Mrs. Elle't! Mrs. Em. II I d ant the number, character and condition of Resolced any foreign That power.the You will see at once what a vast difference thu.
I p ABOLITION OF i is between the
SLl"JRYin of Mr.
of f fiierij foe. of propositions and Mr.
of the or The ofices the I his GOT
the Schools in
the constitu'ed people. A'.id/ go.crn.ment
Kgents ; should be bury, Mrs. Child, and Miss Hannah Gould, to county. i the DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, involving as SMITH This i is (the result of the meeting cf the .
tilled of all
more particularly) : in reference to (:Jen. Cva. j:j' men parties, When the counties have been divided into Southern members. Some of the '
i it does exercise of Whig horn th
i an not granted bythe :
ignac, it was incumbent ou hint; to ,ay lhat! : J anJ a I expect to find many ofihose t now hoi.Iding say nothing of other names, (among them J. iI I it power I Free States have taken the alarm. This show YOU

his coudjcl was worthy of the r. .ble :t>nt>rn i. ; to be honest go men, and as the new T. Heatlly,) scarcely less iitin ui5hd. Sup. d districts, the inhabitants of each district shall 1 Constitution, and designed, as it is, a:! how entirely the South is to blame for the aggressions :

ty f Us character, ai/d that sentiment of dutys\j appointments will course be Whigs, that ported by such talents, this Magazine can meet together, and elect three of their number : means ofafiecting the institution slavery in I I and insults she has received and endured ca ,";1
t the States, against which it is aimed a blow t the subject cf slavery. She emboldened her
to his which, i. tLc highest quality: of; 'will bring about this result. Although I donut t to be Trustees. These Trustees are to have a ene. v;:
country of mica to believe .
favorite. that
( she is '
scarcely fi becoming a general I should be resisted on the ofthe South by without the spirit of resistance 1;
part ,
the statesman and patriot. Ho would impress \ intend to allow iti'iUcrtmate removal, yet! !! a suitable! fcchool-housc built, and are empow. whit her friends and in the .
; Subscription $3. Published by Isiael Post f whatever means arc best adapted to the : sIpprrer
t hisfcllow-citizens! that it was! their grand : i it grieves me to think: that it will be neceeeary pro. Free been : .-
upon j'j' ered to levy ta on their district for that t lection ofthe Constitution, the defence of herself I If t she will
239 New York. a do
mission Io fount! a Republic and to secure it, J lo require a great many to give place to Broadway, any thing that will convince the Free
to inform the Su and the preservation ofthe Union. States of her determination to submit
f better men. As to cabinet I intend that purpose. Tbpyare County no longer to
that ;it wu rec.'sry: to have< a firm G ''all ititcicbts and all sections of the riorida c"&lmpcn. when desire leather and Resolved, That, knowing no party name?, harrassing treatment to which
tnent. This was' the ;iutcrefet t of all. They i, country : I pcrintendant they !! a I the 13 now in
i hall be but NOT as of the We' would suggest to ourcotcmporarics of II I or political division, on questions involving in her and subjected Conreslbe can retie't
should be animated by the doiire foq progretu, represented some may recommend some one a acceptable to right dignity. But will any thing
not re-cctionary nor t''opiun. Let m! said j j'newspapers will have: it, of all parlies. I am .thi State the jjffierxJiagjheit. pa. I' the inhabitants, in case he should be fount I their settlement and consequences the charac. by the South unitedly by th,action of the Meeting
proprier.. ter and lives of those whom which i* to assemble
the 15th?
we re again on The
be bft men .fcountry, wilh the aid of God, to a whig, as I h ive been always free to ac. property nest
i: kuouiedge' but I do not believe that those 'I pers regularly to Office to qualified. They are also required to report: present, we are ready, heart and soul!, with a I you can expect is, an address exposi- the aggressions .
achiexe good, if Hot aekieve great things! j j' ; ofthe North, and (hit all the
I be filed even cf
who voted for wish; be away and safely kept. There no annually to the County superintendant, specij united front, to join Virginia, the Carolinas, member
After the address<;! Nap"!lcca approached ;I me, me to a mere par. the South will not sign. They will recommend ,
Gen. Cavaignac with much cordiality, and I I''linn President, and I shall therefore try to be better way of preserving a faithful and full j I lying the length ot time Schools have beet and the other Southern State!, in taking such I neither to the people, or the States, any mode of a<5>
!a President of the American of the State. The measures for the defence of our rights, and the 1 tion in any form whatever ; and if such a proprosi-
they ,hnc ii hand*, tu the :great delight of the j people. As to history importance of j j kept, the number children sent, and showing tion is made in the it
\ I of and those whom meeting, will be voted down
Ass\emblyO! .Jiilon: Barrot is empowered to 't thu new territory, it is now free, und slavery Newspapers, chronicle of preservation oureh.es, we
j' containing
; a a )' the operation of the system in hold dear the wisdom of all speedily. If the shadow of decisive action has
i as
generally : highest
cannot exist there
wIthout law of may
{mil the Ministry.: He declared ill a speech; I; a Congress. facts, with commentaries thereon done so much on Mr. GOTT'S Resclutien. after it
in the Chamber that tha Government would' ] I authorizing i, anJ that I do not believe they I uicu as I their district. whether through a Southern Convention or had passed the Houe,what would not decisive: stepsaccomplish

not iutennoddle in the alltirs: foreign couu.I will ever pa! I was opposed to the acqulsi.lion" 1 giving views appropriate to the limes, as reflecting The fund by which this system is to bo carried otherwise, suggest and devise. ? Bat the Abolitionist are like the skilful .

tries, but would! tolerate thu :gieutet.1 t latitude I j''t : cf this territory, as I also was to the public sentiment-in a word, as furnishing on, is to be derived from a sale of landsgiven be Resohed, That n copy of these resolutions ansler:the,angler when gives the f fish him flounders line; then and takes becomes him furious -
transmitted up
in tndividja! citir.en Sso for tiC! sentiments I j acquisition of Texas. I was opposed to the extensive and otherwise unattainable to Governor of each oftheslave worries and exhausts him and if too
to tho State by the General Government thc: heavy
promulgated by the new (;Jovenim-.Mit are war, and though by occupation I warrior, I data for a correct history of opinions and e. States, with a request that they be laid I to be lifted out of the water draw* Lin gently to
fctrongly calculated: to inspire public confi. I' am a peace man. for the use of Schools, the sixteenth Sections before the Legislatures such as are now in I the shore and lands bin. Thus the Abolitionist*

(!lence. TLiers is repot ted( to be unfavorable Upon the subject of improving our great rent cannot fail to bo appreciated by every included. When this fund} is apportion. session.We. are playing the S.auth.Cz .
to the new regime. Abslel Ivader had peti. rivers and lakes, Ibo friends of that measure thinking mind. The only wonder is, that ed, it is made the duty ofthe County Commissioners -' Gen. BKOWX, Governor elect, took the
tioned the President for his ielea from may rest satisfied that they have a friend in I any State should not itself provide for trcasu. O believe it is the settled persuasion of everyman
con. .
of each county to increase it by taxation : of intelligence and observation at Washington!, oath of office, in the Representative Hall, late
President >>
finement. On the Houi&e tie three percent!I Taylor.Gen. ring these sources d information.: As I I that the trust effective auxiliaries of the abolitionists I
were down at 40.G ; auJ the 5 per cents1T.TX. I' Tajlor "8 sirty.four \er old last has not done so, let us, in the true spirit ofhb-our to such amount .as ma) bo required, pro. are the Locofocos of the South. Whenever the last Saturday night. There was a very respectable :

7070. November. He is now hale and hearty, and vided i is not more than double. If afertho former have pretty well exhausted all their ammunition audience present, to whom he delir-

I ill the full enjoyment of his natural strong intcllectual erality,and lo the end that our successors may.ha'.e apportionment to the districts, any dis and are about to sink into contempt and insignificance ered an interesting intended an '.
I of their Southern
The ; : and refuses faculties. some sure repository in which one cC.3djutor comes to a
Pope remains at ( afat to t they may j
trict should fall short of (the requisite sum to I 'I their assistance and furnishes them with a fresh sun. Inaugural. As Governor MOSELET holds over
entertain the overtures of the Roman Provjj. I I hold judgment tolerably good of hUe gather accurate notions of what we ofthis day rlv." .1
the Trustees of that District:
iunal Government to return, unless the Chambers man: character, and I must say that I was high are doing and thinking, supply the pay expense, I until October next, this proceeding seems ra.

are dissolved, the National Guards dit. i I.ly, pleased with my interview, and left him sat What ? F'orotir deficiency.) are required to make up the deficiency by rate Thus speaks the Richmond \Vhig. I it ther premature. Iowever! every man to Ms

banded and thejournals suppressed. Canert,, i isfied of his capability; to fill the Presidential: say you part', we...'will do II I bills upon the inhabitants. j j aiding the Abolitionists to assert the rights I 1

the Commissioner Gcueral cf the! office wilh honor we advise. ; of the South all I taste.The
Papal army to himself and our country, on proper occasions 1 I it .-ddress-is reported in the last Son
was In Paris, on a mission; tu the French I i If fully believe that all classes of people will 1 This general outline of the system will en. II aiding them to oppose, with warmth and emphatic I
and will be laid
and; English Governments. The( Coegrefs' i I J soon feel the beneficial effects of the prosperity Itlasoulc Iltcllgcncl.The able the reader to judgo of its fine! i.. How. determination, all tine before our reder in

on the Italian difficulties was Portly to as. I and confidence that will fill the minds of Grand Lodge Ancient York Masons I ever much opinions may differ as to this, we: 'I encroa.cbrentM upon I our next.

?mMe tu 1iru se1 It tras reo.te4!: llat it t the people during his administration. of Florida, at its session in this city last week,p hope a fair test will be given it. Every citi. Southern sacred ground 1 These are the sins: I The Ohio Controversy.

tvould: convene as soon as the! Emperor of Russia's I elected the following gentlemen Grand Offi. which render t the ".Locofocos of the South" The
zen will see that it is so framed as to give him following news from Ohio, extracted
vieus were ascertained as to the disposition i BLOODY TRAGEDY IN I NEW YORK! for the auxiliaries of the Abolitionists."
twelve months
cers ensuing viz : from the Baltimore Patriot shows .
a direct and palpable interest in its a very excited
the .
Pope's person.CEtMAY. One of those shockingly ttrocious scenes, which] opera. i
: occasionally disgrace humanity, was on Friday ex Gen. THOMAS BRO\VJ, Grand Master. tion. His purse will probably be required in: In the same spirit, many: Whig papers and I state of feeling in the Legislature of that

The AnMmn delegates have withdrawn bibitcd in house on the corner ,f Henry,Grand and Hon. T. DOUGLAS Grand of the South
) I Deputy : orator are vehemently condemning State. We have been struck with the .
: aid of the fund and his counsel and number
I Walnut streets, New York The Sun, ol that general 1
from Frankfort and the, title of senti.nieut city,
J. HEIR, Grand Senior Warden. I the meetings and of Southern .
: expressions I of difficulties of a similar nature within
say. judgment be demanded his ,
has: turned in favor of the President.The f may by neighbors!!,p
It appears that a Frenchman. named Francis Gei SAMUEL DENEZET Grand Junior Warden people, which the North "
boldly to
I the last few months. There
say considera-
I you was
accounts received by way of Vianna of ger, living at No. itS Cedar streit, fcrmerly lived to help! set and keep the machinery in motion. i J
the -en'ut t with the Hunguians: are believed I| I I with, a beaulilul French girl a his mistress, but J. B. TAYLOR, Grand Secretary. When all are interested, surely they will not: have gone far enough. We demand that you I ble confusion and difficulty in organizing the |1

to be totaMJunrt"liablc. The Imperialists aresaid I quarreled with her. She then left him, and has lived: R. A. SHINE, Grand Treasurer.Rev. desist from your unholy purposes, else we will I Legislatures of North Carolina and Pennsylvania. *?
I permit bungling failure
;j I for some time past wilh a German, named Frederic mismanagement, or
to have taken Freiburg, Syrman} and' William Marks .few day since Marks and his C. E. DYKE, Grand: Chaplain.The They will s. order things as that tho best attainablc take into our own hands the means of protecting In this State we have had a contro.
Qchenri ,ud, the MaY ari are slowly reti,ing i ITU'stress live in the.sccond r
; came to of the house Florida
story Grand Arch our rights well
Royal Chapter guaranteed by na as to the who should bo
results of the be a versy person properly
in which etera'a! real
devastating everything as I they retreat, {o a I } I tragedy took ar system may
to present insurmountable obstacles to the iuraders. was a tailor and worked. : at his trade \place. k. has been iu session during the prcsent.eek, ized. Whether some better might not have lural and moral reason, as by the Constitu Governor. It is one of the blessings of our

Early yesterday woriung Geiger called and wished and adjourned on Friday erening. The offi. (tion." Such language, such expressions of L free institutions that such difficulties and. .
the girl to go with him, but she jelused, and he lethe been adopted, is not now the question. Let I controversies
P. S.-The !Jateit accounts represent the I,I itae. At about It o'clock he.rode up in oneof cers elected for the next year, areas follows :: us Ir that we have, improve as far as it is determined purpose to submit to no l further I: do not lead to more serious and disastrous .

Liverpool Cotton tnaiket as Cu..ilg! i: with con. the East Broadway stages! and etiteicd the hcus Hon. I. H. BKONSO.V, Grand High Priest. ) i aggressions from Abolition enemies, is condemned .'<
iderabl confidence, founded on the low prices In a few minutes attenvaidi: ,, a desperate arid deadly I susceptible of improvement, derive all the consequences.CoLrnws
commenced Marks and ? I R. T.lLOI Deputy Grand High Priest.D. as violent and imprudent. What, Jan. 9-4 P. M.
the moderate ttock! and the information struggle bcwle Geiger good we can from it, and then, found wrongor
Marks i is Miull, thick set, complexioned and S. GRAHAM, Grand King. then, are we to do 1 Submit tamely to insult t The Convention re-assembled this morningat
that the present crop: would! not probable ex.ceed homely} ; Geiger 'i i'.!large, muscular ai.d haml-orne. impracticable, try some other. Educationis
two and a half million of bales.! The Ruth were in the prime of life, on.-. was mcd with; R. A. SIII:E, Grand Scribe.J. indispensable. The State, and all citizens: and injury, raising not a voice, nor a fingerto 9 o'clock, pursuant to adjournment.Mr. _
Whitman from
*alesoftliB week only amounted 18,380: a short dirk, and\ the other a dirk, knife, and both B. TAT.LOH, Grand Secretary. warn the against further committee appoint
tales. fought desperately.! Thewotnan scrcair.nl for asm-i of the State, should direct their energies to I trespasser ap ed yesterday lo assist in counting the votes for I.

The tlic i ance, and some otLer per.ns lying in the house T. HATWAKD, Grand Treasurer. promote and diffuse Shall not proach ? This was not the spirit ofthe olden I Governor, attempted to read a report, signed : ;
new la1fhtng
duty on at i shouted murder. .young man nalied Chase who.. Rev. C E. DYKE, Grand Chaplain. intelgence. times of our Republic, and the South will be I by six democratic members of tbe r
11 (per quarter would go into operation on tho I \\l passing at the time,opened the door,and on the I'lorida do her duty in the matter ? comrite < -
lit of February. : :ain met Marks covered with blood, one wrist cut We learn that th Masonic( fraternity in this _ _ _ _ __ recreant to its own rights, its duty, its honor,,I The report rejected the vote of Lorain { ;

o. I nearly on": I the ligaments of the ether arm cut dread\L. State is in a high.condition prosperity ; the its safety, if it yields to the influence of such I County on the ground of informality in sen. j
Remarkable. l>'lJcuolnenon.Ye I fully, and numerous deadly stubs on his body. Mr. c- The editorial columns of our neighborof inc the returns to the Capitol-the seal -}
Chase' frt, impulseU Ii) pueh the returns from subordinate Lodges and Chap a spirit now.
bloody Clanrom the Sentinel in his last County not being attached as required bylaw, J
\ find the following notice in the AtheneUanner ( him, lest he himself should be lo be number, aro largely
increase since the
supposed lets
a !
ie.lare and declared Col.
V'ellerDemocrat N
: concerned .4n the aflray but the next moment l.e elhibitio. taken up with a notice ofthe action of our Condition or the Country. ( ) elected
A Phenomenon _'-Wehave received the caught the wounded man in hut arms. Marks never last ) late by 230 majority.The j. -
but down in (Whig) legislators. From which, we The [ extract from an article in a
following communication from one of t the ii3Orcpectab1e it ipokt beinglaid expired a few ininulei. following Speakerdecided tho report out of order. [ I
and citizens of this. On entering tha room, Mr. Chase" found Geger! I in:; THE WESTERN CoxTJn: .-To all who aro inclined to the inference that, in the mindof I recent number of the Journal des Debats, lie said the committee was only ap j
intelligent one corner of it, stabbed in lryra1 place-a,and.in the
.place, to a.hich'e invite the public allentioll.lt agonies of death) ,and the woman in another cornet, desire an excellent family newspaper, we ourxotemporary-that they did what they r published in New York, shows the view of an I pointed to assist him in counting the votesand f 1

( having observed the Heavens minutely with a wound in her breast, and another under the commend this a suitable to their purpose. I t ought not to have done-they left undone what i intelligent foreigner as to the condition and I therefore had no right or power to make :any

at tho hour mentioned 4M. the communication I I tel\ arm., in the Geiger act of(waseen labLin. by her.persons Whether in Ihe t.e back was is a Southern Journal, adapted to Southern they ought to have done-miserable sinners! prospects of the United States. One would: I ; report Great whatever.confusion in the
we were at fir.t ignorantofhe .strangrj.ippear- him-elf killed by hard:of Marks, or whether h eotaWcd tastes, and vigilant over Southern rights and That is to say, they elected CeDe Morton U. infer that he does not regard the administra Ilion for nearly an hour-the Corvel"
.ance mentioned in it.: Marks and (he woman., and then himdfunknown. is ad
:Mr. Editor: Are youoryowr reader aware The two men died in a few minutes.; the interests. It is ably edited, .and very justly S. Senator, which they ought not to have done i, tion of Mr. POLK as so disastrous upon the Whig members calling (lo order. ;

tha a strange:; phencmenon) is to be seen every tOtJUflV3 ucie to the Hospital,but there arc no has a high literary reputation. Garland I, they failed .to go into the choice of Judges I, .interests of the country as whigs would have Mr. Whiteman declared his determination ;)

night about half pitt 10 o.cwdt in the ward hopes, of took mi into? cu"'ld.tercrat h.r'life. Capt.women,.belonging(J thc 13th I to Donaldson & Co., aro Editors and Proprie- thus losing an opportunity of filling the bench us bcleve. .On the contrary, he thinks Gen. to be hear and hue the report read, a all

ijouth J It seems at first sight to 1 bo, simply!, the hausebut I they were discharged by order of the ters, and publish it weekly at Baltimore, Md.'I with whig partisans, which they ought to have I Taylor comes into power with every thing I both. of force were exchanged i
*J 11It1.t'of rcddislt nut look n !II(]I. I coroner. parties.
appearance. for 82 per annum, in advance. We hope i t around him hing b his-predecessor. Finally, the Speaker, it impossible It
i finding
tnent and you will tee it blazing up und) then i done.At letjour ) :
the light dying uxvay. li M (:,:Jj> 01 the Choler will receive liberal patronage in Florida. :any: rate, whatever may bo the feelings Ho says: to restore order, agreed to permit the readid.< _

in;, -coMetimes .in un upward direction an domeLi&nes I The Cincinnati Atlas presents the fulo\- of the Sentinel touching these we "Never did a President come into powerunder oldie report, conditionally, that it be followedby \

in a <.IfC,4". Jt moves we.t\vaid J, 1 jog facts in regard to the Cbot1: atirtner Oi- WILLIAM D. MOSELEY is Governor. have reason to know that ma.ler his in happier auspices. North Aoie-rica eji- resolutions for the appointment of joint
and is seen for ecveral houis. Is it.a 1 visit to the United States : DAVID every party joys of committee to make further examination into
: .planet f: P. HOGUB is Attorney General this have been a degree prosperity higher than she a
ou fire, O what i ie it tJ H. Of its progress in the United States, the O:7A.. E.: MAXWELL u Secretary of State. quarter most bitterly disappointed L. ha possessed since the year 1836, which was tbe matter.
i'>>. S. 12 o'clock Ht night.-We Mnp the following facts are worth} noticing : It landed in their expectations in regard to the action i followed by a disastrous reaction. Capital is i Mr. Wbitejaan made aj p.5och.tvo hour.

preei testate that \\c have seeu the plicnom-) at the Quarantine ground Quebec, from an 0 SIMOX Tow.u. is C.mptrult.: of the last Legislature.On I abundant in the United States. Europe, a- long. sustaining the report. .

non described] by our correspondent, and av emigrant; tliip. ll passed up! (the St. Lawrence: DO" WM. R. UAXWARO is Treasurer. the other side we feel that (hero is notaDemocrat larmed by revolutionsissending there u part: The Speaker then arose,ADd declwed! Sea.

to has dtsrrihet it. At the hour of 11 o'. to Montreal with emigrants. Jt passed down Verb. sap. of her own. Agriculture is extending and bury Ford.elected Governor Ohio.
clock the raiial in journeying to his home, but i While thus engaged Messrs. Archbold,
1. tnay lee seen. Tis uonJertali Champlain canal boats. It passed becoming more perfect. Manufactures of'al ,

along the Erie canal in.canal boats. It[I Some of (-Nortber papers contain an vill receive, a he well merits, fr
-- -- ---- --- passed along the Lakes in ctcamboats. Jl[I interesting correspondencofbcLvcon( \ the GOTernmcnt stituents, the welcoming and cheering plauditof probability of the. of food in Eng- the Speaker .with furious gestures, words and !

Gz.\. JACRSI'X.t WILL.-Wo' u.ke! the broke out among (he soldiers of Scot's army of the United States apd Great. Britain i. good and faithful .-servant. We think we during the.winter.determines the emba":. oath declaring that he had violated His oath

following extract from Gcn. Jackson's will i income in steamboats. Jt arrived at Chicago. It k kation of great deal of grain at ,
do t
them in advantagous
of our exchanges : packed with them to the Upper Missi ippi.- .in relation to American citizens impri. only justice saying that the goo prices. Rail a road enterprises are multiply The Convention broke up anw
.The gold box preterite I to me I by the Cor. It reached Louisville in the steamboat Colum zoned Ireland, upon a charge'tfia'fiucy were which has been accomplished.has been done ing, and a rail road is beginning to be seriously -intense excitement.

Dratun of lhn City of New York.the !largefcilvcr ; 'bus. It ascendedihe Ohio, in steamboats.- connected in some way with the so-called with.their. hearty cucurrence, -.whie the evil talked of 1600 miles In length, which The House ,wasxall. to order, but irame.

vase presented to me by the! ladies i of It arrived at Louisville beforeCincinnati ; i at treasonable disturbances in that unfortunate which.we have escaped has:.been mainly thro will!! unite the valley of the Mississippi to the diately after took a recess.

4Mtailesion; s. C., uiy native; Slate, wilh the Cincinnati bcfoio Wheelingand at Wheeling, their exertions.. Pacific Ocean, and which, with the The Senators repaired to the Senate chamber .

large picture representing the) unfutlingof the before Pittsburgh .Pittsburgh.was 400 miles country. When our Minister..first demanded already existing, will communications and soon after adjourned.SECOND .

American banner, esented t me L)the cil.ilNUlo t. by land from Philadelphia, and ).ellhe( Chole.! ; that the prisoners Messrs. HERCEN and KYAN- I The idea.\& gested that the Democrats j traverse from one part of the Americancanlinent permit onto I. '

) South Carolina, when it was refuted ra had arrived at Pittsburgh by a circuitous should bo liberated, it was refused ; but he of this County should give a complimentary to the otherat its greatest breadth Hap ;aP.trcu.: ,

by the UnitcJ States Senate, 1 route of 3000 miles 1! Hut in that water tra. finally succeeded, and they aro now at large. dinner to their friends inthe Legislature immediately I. py country, flourishing Republic Here are COLUMBUS I Jan. 9-9 P. M.

leave in trust to fly son, Andrew Jackson, Jr., veiling, pursued steadily the line of the fruits which I The House (to appoint joint
i pallen.ge'6. It t.is said that their conduct hadi mado thorn after adjournment. We can only! are gathered when tho laws proposition
with directions that, should .ou happy: cow: emigrants and 'business. are respected and public morals have sufficient : committee to examine the Governor's voto
irjr not (IJI blessed with; peact-an event notahvastobe 'This fact u not to be got over by any amenable to British law, and .therefore thoSUCCCIK say that such a token of admiration and gratitude autbority.t'restrain within legal limit, ih L : lard the table by;a rots of 32 to-#. .

expected-ho w 11 a the close theory. It signalises the progress of Cholera of! our Minister is the moie". to Lf om.mcnded. would have been most fitly and appropriately I. turbulent and the yioje.nt.chiefs: .WiC1I.C2itL IcTery.couny.3' 1

dif the war, or .nd,of the conflict present each: in the I'lilted Slates mlre than any one thing' besiowei ." j .





11 .. JI :_: ll LLJJ4LI _:r :: .
: L: __ .
L. -- .
1 Custom Levied In Mexico this mode. -By his order of the 28th of March-, r-i : ,- :::J _r \ '- : ::_...__.1 L ,.. ..- ._ : -. ]-

extract from the of 1647- heretofote communicated to the II om Dimple justice from the Government uhu Lumber.LL -I In Leon Cirrul Court. I Posuiwly for TwoKAYMOND 1Piy t ''eI'''r? I tl

The following rnemge : Representatives, fee drected: the great expense of$the.present method, have -doac/iptkms'.of PIM.LUMPER. on hand I I.aluUe. Janc, Dates, Compt., 1 In Chancery. I & CO'l.
submitted in to a "temporary l<. __OEO.- f. ?*. > December ISIS.
Mr. POX.K, recently answer and the "
moderate We
suggested l.tI
tariff of hope such b .
duties to be estab some .. I ReOecca F. Oatra, Vet. ) Bill for Divorce. "

. rvtolution; of tho House, presents a full and lished. tribunal as the one proposed will be organized. t Persons 'ishinl-LUMBYI ran }hare it sawed to the satisfaction a( thff. CoOit fey MENAGERIE ..

clear vindication of his conduct In levying Such a tariff was established, and corttribu Florida is deeply interested. No people have \ at Mr. PadrickV r in thi$ ruc.that R ebvcru France*Gate*,

contribution in Jfexico during the lato war. lions were collected and applied to the uses Mill, by leaving: their orders with defcn-unt; rriidt* beyond I the jurisdiction of The proprietors desirestor. aonutince tl at Ihejr tin*

of our army. At a still earlier suffered more from the tartly action of Cod. GEO. H. MEG=SIS. and cut of the Slat of flothla, |bt in I. mailed collection livir.g r
A great bua at d cry baa been raised against period, the gress than her citizens'; and if the January 20, IS 19. 3 fPett the State of Atatmna : It is order"! tit :id
same :
was exercised the WILD
power by naval offi. obm"r [ BASTS]
of Frances Onjcs.! lo appear.ant pleaJ answer I
)Mm on this lubject, and charges usurpa cern in command of our squadron on the Pa. will facilitate the recognition of their just t 'tfulf Cotton Seed. .Rtlcc.demfr lo the said Dill pf Complaint, or the s.ud '
Will f..r c\.ihiion!
tlop,' Hagrant viulation! of the Constitution,' ciflc coast.Nut rights and just demand" it will be of great ,7;
&e. &c., untparingjy UI ged. Tbe matterwas the doubting order the of the authority to resort to this service to 'them, as well a to the Government years I O,and TON kept SEED ia for dry sale.place.I has been here three fendant.be tza4 lp Prn in%i'i-j"'!,m* truftht ne';|>aj'er>; publication printed in of Taljubas-tin order ,- I in Quincy_ i.n Saturday. "lhfo.t7n day_onU.\ "

broached at the last tension of Congress, mode issued 31st of March, 1847, in riding it of I hat} legacy of trouble! and 1 am infurpijd \by Planters that 1 it* see dw not injure see, once a *vek for "period! of four month I

What ic be was and was in effect but a modifies i it, iLit ha* not sprouted. I will sell it low to THOMAS n.\LTJF.LL.$ Judge. <:' .
but was dropped. accomplish.ed of the previous orlr of these officers, by ma cost left by the Indian war. close the consignment. Wiljiatn P. Dujl. C. tr.[> '!Sidkilur.! f" :

by bringing it up again we cannot well see, king the rates contribution uniform, and di.recting January 20; 1S4U3 J. R. FORTU EI I A true co1.y., I) frt i*H. Clerk. j. ,
A. Sevier. J. Krrll, n C.
unleu it is to furnish food for hacks.'t .- their collection In all the I.
party in ports of the This distinguished gentleman died in Arkansas Sheriff's Sale. Dec. ISth, 15Ad.tl-.. a t" a*
\ cannot doubt that this will set enemy our temporary t
message The right to levy contributions} government. on the 1st instant. He had been many BY virtue of a decree of the Hon. Tom:. Rait- $ lli'litr'-$ "stic4'.u---- I
thef uestion at rest in the minds of the on the enemy Judge of the Circuit Court MiddleCircuit .bf
in the form of impoit and export duties in years in public service, was eminent as a of Florida, sitting in Chancery in and for SIX aolllt.s afer tht :, aJioinis- 1I ; -
'and a stumbling-block in tor of estate I uf Jultn (; late ol I
pie, prove great bis ports, was sanctioned by the treaty 01! senator and statesman, had taken a prominent he cnunt'o.L non the IMj day January, ist9. Leon Cour.tv d.rc Ins rohar.nccount.4 and I
the tray of all partisan whig. Under all peace with Mexico. that in a caus depending between"the Southern Life vouchers t In the !\.illtlnr '
By treaty, both gotemments part in the negotiations which closed the Insurance &. Trust Company: vi.Jamrs Hunter, Honorabteloul Probat. (for the
the shocks and trial of heated and County of 1.lon. ald as or. settlement of hi
opposition recognized confirmed the : fnal !
exercise administrator of ArchibalJ R. S.
Mexican war, and at the time of his decease, Hunter accounts,ami discharge from ..sd! administration. .
Mr. POIJC has successfully justified all his of that right. By its provisions, the his Alre A. Fisher Mary .McClure.Rubet J, Hardy : J. B. JOH&.SO.V. Adufr.JMly ,1 '
name was before the Senate for confirmation have
custom-houses I I thisdjy a
all and
at ports occupied by the forces defendant. leVtd npon will IT.litS. a-
in the conduct of the
tnoreraen'c war, and before the Court House 1
of Commissioner expose sle. door, in the
the United aid
States" as a in -
were, the exchange to marking ------- --- -- -

none more completely than that which is the ratifications, to be delivered upon up to and settling the boundary line between the city ofTaTlahas.eeon, the fallowing described the first property Monday to in.il Ftlruarvnet. : $200 rtEW4RD, I

I subject of this message : the Mexican authorities, "together with all United States and Mexico under the late Meredithaged 40 sears; IJanrid. ,abut 35; .

the constitution the bonds and evidences of debt fur duties on importations I Jesse, about 14 ; Caroline about 12; Eliza, about 7' Oiig\ I, : f
By to declare I i.v-i-.t M
powcr treaty. Charles, about 4 Meredith about Or.
I ; and ; 2 ; George,about :
,.:" is vested in Congress and the exportation yet fallen due ; .15, Maria, about 40 Susanna '
; by same and U aU duties ; about( 20; Jerry Dick, > ccllfction, having been ttelocted l with great .d
instrument it is provided that the President collected on imports and on exports Prorogaiolwfthe Senate for March 5/A.- about 1; Peter about 9 ; ted, abnut 35; Su.an, about care, now comprise the most complete: variety.aut)

hall be Commander-in-chief: and at such custom.houses or else where learn from the Rational Intelligencer that ; Joh.! about 22; ., about 20 ; Q-ieen I II assortment of Wild Ammats epbrated la any exhibition -
army in Mexico by of the ; about 1 Rachel, about 2S I .
authority States .nn. lenrieta. ; ; in the United 3utcj.Mf
of the United "
navy States and that he shall the President of the United States ha issued
about about 3 Uno '
; ", ; about 3'
before the ratification of the ; ; "sri. (Raymond & Co. hate been Unjparinfc in
take care that the laws be faithfully executed." Mexican treaty by the the usual circular to the Senators of the United Miller, about I ; Dick about 2S ; Molly, about 2ti; trouble and expense in fitting cut and preparing: air

When Congress have exerted their power government, were to be retained by States, requesting them to meet in the. Prince about 5; Henry, about 2year. i. entertainment of this nature, anj trtjit vritirthe (l1i.

declaring war against a foreign nation, it the United States, and only the nett amountofdutics Senate Chamber on the 5th day uf March ."''s the following Lands : the W' i of the S F. j, L lest confidence; (JtJ the discrimination ot an inlelli-

is the duty of the President to it.- collected after this period was to bo is then S U' 4 of the S W 4, and E i of the S \V 4. all of PROCLAMATION BY WILLIAM D. iJQSKLEY: I. gent pb!!lic to appreciate the adjarit 2t-3cf sczh ail \ ,
prosecute next. receive and act Sec3lT3Nurthof R3 E N Eof he N \V !' ,
delivered to the Mexican I customf'lo ; J. r/f1v" f'forula.vyilEfiEAS exhibifii-n over r the! ai.iny jmtjjejnsnts offered tu -
i The constitution has prescribed no !particular government. upon the President I of Sec 6, T 2 W,R 3 E., containing in two hun their not ire. E rnr-ans of in differ
its may :1 ; nurnercns agents
j By provisions, also all merchandise4'im. It has been in-Je km.nn tt i ii
mode in which he shall this I dred and eighty acres, Ifu. : pie by
perform duty. make fur members of the Cabinet, &c, The more or | ent parts of the \\"l.rhl.llae tnmt rtTiaikable of uatii'p's .
the SheiitF of Alacluu
ported f County, ju this Sttte,
previously to the restoration of the A. A. .
The manner concreting the war is not cus. is of the circular FISHER Sheriff. animated works arc broughr together in one
flowing a copy re- j that William H. alias: howas
torn-houses JAMES! W. \it"'I. J..UI"I
Balk '
to Mexican S eol1t".tioo.here
!they caab.c viewed leisuic
.t anJ
o- SHElWOOD. !
the constitution.The .
by '. from to ; i iTt January It, [13] 1619. imprisoned on a char!. of the ; tf William with pcrftctstcurily.The ,

term tear, used in that instrument, hast the exported any Mexican port whist in the Senators of the United Slates reipeclirely4sIIlMflO : I Gibbons, late of said Coiin'y J..s p cjjedfromcustody I exhibition i ii rendered intensely interesting
well-understood occupation of the forces of the Notice. and is a lij.'itne from justice :
meaning among nation States January 2 IS 19. Now that I, WU.LIIM I). : by: the a.uni.hing! pet foroaoce ol 4vns.: Scais yr i R t
itO'V yr
was protected from confiscation and I \ : forY.:
That meaning is derived from the law of V JIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Jude of i ii> I the <)',) ofLtous'fger
na. Governor of Florida virtue of the '
from the of duties SIR :Objects interesting to the United O Probate for Gadsdrn for letters of i by authority
payment import administration Leoparcl'iCoc-nr ,
tion! a code which is recognized by all civil any export ed in me by law, do hereby offer 4 reward ol v''t'l .,
ired powers as being obligator in a state of to the Mexican government, even although !- i States requiring that the Senate should be in on the ekUte ot D.Uie T. Lane deceased.JAMF.S. I HU DrEi DOLLARS fur the a'prcheiait'n' i of said who. am"n other rcniarkabje teats, silt 1aires*

the importation of such merchandise session on Monday, the 5th day of March BIRD. I ; : his delivery t.) I he i utody) ol the and drive a Lrge Lion thrcuzb a space prepare frr
The is derived : Shenll
Mar. from the consti. Quincy January 13, 2 Cw
power .be ptohibiled by the Mexican The next, to receive and act upon such communications JSH. I ot tithcr Duval or Alachu.i. C->u ai i\ i/-this: the purpose under the pavilion. Mrs. SCHirrtR: -
tution, and the manner of exercising it is regulated also that should tarif. i be made it the of Notice. I ..lIeo.anduniV'jtlj m H. rjon. aliar; Jntneb I '.\ h.r.'t' tirmne and d.orinl! have arquincj for her
by the laws of nations. When Congress treaty provides customhouses a may on part Black i* aUiut live feet fiI.I inche high n'er.dvT! I the title ot the LumQiiren, will accompany I.er 11
I be surrendered to the Mexican author the Executive, attendance in the Senate persons are hereby forewarned not to trade hu-h-ji.il into
hare: declared in effect makeit i your ALL but well built, very erect.sallow! cornlllc"IIn., black theeatsoftheferotiois leasts, thus
war they
I the of the President ities in less than sixty days from the date of its I Chamber, in this city, on that day, at 10 o'. or relive a note or bond for .SO, civen by I hair bluish grey eye", u btlweeti :l: and 'M years I >hnwing the complete contrr.l which' this renownnl 1
in it
duty prosecuting signature, the rates of duty in the forenoon,is accordingly requested. the undersigned to Rueben Sot on the early part of of age an.l has tlu! : uurLa of a &!Ir.jhOt, wuuntl on I| Lion tamr, e in exercise over the mod Irr ciouj
by land or sea, to resort to all the modes andto on merchandise cock July last, and due on the of January 15>',.- I his left shoulder. : denizens f.1' the forf' t.

exercise all the powers and rights which imposed by the United States were, in that I JAMES K. POLK. The said note'or bond having been paid,and alleged Given uud.r my hand and the crrst seal of the Slate. Open from 2 to 5, F- M. Admittance !o cfnts..

other nations at war event, to survive the war until the end of this I - to be lost, I will cot be responsible for iU.payment. I i at the Capitol in Tallahace, thai the .>th djvJanuary Chi lilren under 10 years of age. and servants, 25. ct.15,

possess. period ; and, in the mean time, Mexican customhouse "%'j tar's Balsam of Wild Cher.'". I SAMUEL CALDWELL. I A. D la,19. Tal1..ha'14I, January 6, ISiCiExecutor's '
lie is invested with the
same in this 13, 1S19. 2 4t I
power No January ---
officers were bound to levy no other q'uckery-Xo Deception.-In setting forth the WILLIAM MOT.LEV: ,
respect as jibe were personally present, comtaauding duties thereon than the duties established virtues of this truly great medicine we have no desire Wagon for Sale. I By the Governor: Govrrnor of J"lvl'i k'. Sate

our fleets by sea or our armies by I I A. E- EMTwr.i., Secretary uf! Slat virtue of a decree of the United Stares Dtrkt;
to deceive those whoare: under affliction
by the tariff found in force such laboring WELL made Northern W. BY
at \GOX.\
customhouses top and Sentinel. Ocala .J.u onviHe
land. He conduct the war by A ih I 03-:: Argus Court for the Northern District cf Fll.rida.maJ1f
may issuing
orders for battles at the time of the same." The .' tariff nor dp we wish to eulogize it more than it justly double harness, for sale by {I Florida Republican, Florida; Whig, Florida by said Court at an extra term heW uy aJjouiniapnt
fighting besieging and, cap. found in force deserves. Yet when look around and the J. R. FORTUNE crat, will four times. lJeno.1
at such custom-houses, which we see Agent. I copy on the fourth' day of December, A. D. lS4j. a: the
turing cities, conquering and holding the pro. is recognized and sustained by this stipulation, j, vast amount of suflcring and distress occasioned: by January 13.f I 19- 2__ ____ January 6. b1H. 1Sheriff's a city of St. Aifjustice the aubjcribers Executors r4(

vinces of the enemy, or by capturing his vessels was that established by the military order of' many of the discasei which this medicine has pro.veal STATE OF FLORIDA : the last will and testament ot George Kingsley: rio.
and other properly on the high seas. Hut gale. ceased,will otier tale, at pu'ulic auction.Lelore tbt
the 31st of March, 1817 mode of so hihly successful,n'e feel that we cannot In Middle I
as a levyingand urge judicial of Fla. Court House in the town of Jockjonviiie,3nd
these not the modes of Circui Sate
are only prosecuting \irlue or Sundry Writ of Fieri Fa-rias issued
i war which are recognized by the laws of nations collecting military contributions from the its c'aitns too strongly, or say too much in it* favor. Gadtdcii Co.---Fall Term, 1818. I BY the Clerk's Od.ce ot the Circuit Court for I II aforesaid on MONDAY, (the fifth day of SIAHCH ,, I
Various remedies, 1 i hate offered and IN next the follow! real estate,ia wit i Drayton LI'
and to which he is authorized to resort. enemy. i ia true been Cl.\CEHY. 1 William Armistead anJ J. the County uf Gadsden, Middle Circuit of Florid, and.situated Lake
The right to blockade the ports and coasts puffed into notice for the cure of diseases of the U. Armistead (11P$. I and to me directed wherein J. L. Smu'iwood j jjlaiaatLfrand is on Geoige containing seventec-i
The levy of contributions on the enemy is aright and hundred (I'OU) acres more or less : valuable fur 'Hi t
of Newnart Glchnst and Newel E.
the enemy in war is no more provided for lungs and some have been found no doubt very use Gil- situation the of its snil and for .
I quality its OrJ
of war, well established and universally Allen B. Spooncr &. Matilda christ t is defendant, I I.ave levied. and will ;'
or prescribed by the constitution than the ful but of all that have been discovered it is I upon Lemon and Citron FcrresJer'j Point.
; rove. situated
yet Between W. his wife, & John E.Jov, >
acknowledged among nations, and one which > n- offer for sale, before ihe Cwirt-House door, in the
belligerent the right to levy and collect contributions from j admitted by physicians and all who have witnessed !I sonWilliam. R. A. Johnson :I town of QtJ ncy. QU the rirst Monday in Februarv.IS I on the Sr. John's! River, about sixteen miles below *
very possessing ability may him in the form of duties the last named delend- Pahtka, containing about six hundred ((600)
that within I the
or otherwise ; and its effects, none has proved a successful this. ; I'.1, legal Luirs following described
properly esercise. The most approved writerson a acres more orle. Buena Vista situated near
yet it has not been Questioned that the President For -.tbma. Shortness of Breath and similar affections an being a minor. Defend i rrop rty.to wit : I Point, thousand pr'rester's
public law admit and vindicate this right as ants.IT I One.necjro man named Green about twentv-one containing ooe (1001 .acre. 4
had the power, after war had been de. it may be pronounced a positive cure, has to the Court that the defendants in'' more 01 less, with ;n Orange roe :;ion it. AJ
consonant with reason,justice, and humanity.No I I appearing : years old;and one negro man named M"jor about riI
principle is better established than that cared by Congress to order our navy to block cured Asthma in many cases of ten and twenty!eal'standil the above cause are non residents of the Slate of twenly.-five years old. San Jose Plantation situated in Outal CO lt', 0:1 '

ports and coasts Mexico.. The rightin alter physicians had. declared the case bey. Florda. they being residents of the State of Virginia. I Levied upon a< the property of aid defendant, the River St. John's six miles from Jacksonville,
we ha'e a right to deprive our enemy of his both cases exists under the laws of nations.If ond the reach of medicine. i!Crdered by Ihe said Court, on motion of J' IV. : and to be old to satisfy said writ of Fieri Farias. containing three hunched ((30C!) acres, more or .ejs.. I

possessions, of every thing which may augment the President -newae ofttae S rups and all other preparation White Solicitor for the Complainants and the said; I B. C. WF.ST..Shl'ri of which about < ne liuiylrcd! jnJjjeventy-five 3C'tt'
his strength and enable him to make cannot order military contributions of Wild Cherry. Buy none but the genuine Dr. Wis- Defendants are hereby directed and required to appear I II By R. r. JONES. I are open for cul'ivalion. On the place ii a DVT plying; 9

This to be collected without ao act of Congress tar's Balsam, ;signed i I. BUTTS on the wrapper.' and answer the Complain of Complaint January 6, lc .1). 1 House,with necessary cut building,:c., &.C. Tfc,

war. every one endeavors to accomplish for the same reason he cannot order a I', (fjg-For sale by E. BAR Alm, Jr., DruggUt Tallahassee by the first Monday of April lext.Bil((1S49.) or that above places offer great inducements lo purchasers

in the manner: most suitable to him.Whenever .- blockade : nor can ho direct the D. LAID Newport, Floridaand by Druggists in default thcreoi the Complainants Bill be taken as Sheriff's Sale. being healthy and pleasantly situated immediately:
enemy's vcs-
the River with
we have seize the confessed said I upon St.John's fertile! lands bearing
an opportunity we generally throughout United States. again them the Defendants.And !
sels to be captured on the high seas ; nor can Y virtue of two Writs of Venditloni E.xpona, many of the tropical fruits some of there already la r
on the enemy'i and it --- ----- ------ -- -- it i is further Ordered That a copy of this or. B
property convert toour ---- --- - -
be order our military and naval officers to in. I der be published weekly in one in the i I issued from the Clerk's Office cf the Circuit a crow- i ins state.
ewn us* ; and thus, beside diminishing; the enemy's hold and PROCLAMATIONDV State of Florida one in the City cf newspaper Washington,and i. Court for the County of Gadsden.Miiltil Circuit of I l TEBMS:-One-third cash : balance in one, ''w".
the enemy's powerwe augment our own, and subject nte to our countr. conquer one in the City of New York for the space of two I: Florida and tome directed wherein De Forest' 'i and .three years wijhjnlerest.to be eeercdby bong
obtain at least a partial indemnification orequivalent mitary \ his cities months from the insertion( therepf in each of said i ipapeu. i Manice. John C. Clark and Francis For IT.an are j'j'i : uf the purchaser and mortgage on the prcmi:,1i'.
and provinces ; nor can he give to our military The of this to :I plainlitia. and GilchrUt and Ktrrsan are detendanU, I i OLIVER WOOD, > .
either for what constitutes the sub object sit j is procure parti-j
and na"c1 commanders orders to perform I i tion of thc l lands of John C. Armistead.: deceased, :I will offer for sale before r the Crurt-Hoi se door, in I JOHN S. SAMMIS.5'5 &c'
ject ort the war, or for the expenses and losses other essential the town Quincy, on the first Monday in February r Jacksonville! Jsnaary 6, 13-10. 1 tON .
many acts to success in war. ling and situated in the State of Florida, in which I
incurred in its prosecution ; in a word, wo do If; when the city! of Mexico the above named Complainants and Defendant are I next within legal hours the following! ,described 'T
was captured, Lost .
ourselves% justice. "Instead of the i known and property to wit : ,
interested and
custom described .hal ,
pillaging the open country and defenceless the commander of our forces had found in the I NW quarter Sc. 31,. T. 3, N. and a W; N. E.! I,I Lot No. one hundred and thirty jhree in the townof the 25th instant txvt small nofes, each Wj

the of Mexican treasury public! money which the quarter Sec 31, K. 5, N. and W ; E. half N E Quincy. ., on L. H. Grizzard. dated say 15tlj
places contributions Las :
levy been
.' substituted." ** enemy had provided to support his army, can I quarter Sec. 31,;" ,fl 5, N. and W; E. half S. W. I.I Heretofore levied upon by Jno G. Camp, Marshal )March and due 25th December IStS.macIe pajabl/i
Whosoever carries on a it be doubted that he possessed the right to I quarter Sec. 3
just war, has a right to make the enemy's seiz? and appropriate it for the of I I qr. Sec. 30, R. 5.5 N. and.W; N. E. quarter'S.c.OT.3ILN.andWSEquarterSec.t.T.3 I said defendants, and to be sold to satjjfy said writ chasing said notes, this the 2Slh, day of December'
use venditioni
our own ot
exmmas. lS4;i JI. PUT:'ASI.
contribute the *
to of his
army : B.
? C. Sheriff.Januarr :
and towards army I GO\ElS01 ST.\TF I K. 3, N. and W; N. W. quartti Sec. 9, T. 3. R. 3, WEST, Gadsden l"ou Janaary 6, 1819. jt :St
defraying a1 the charges of the If the is required by law that an ela I I .$. IS H. I .
money from the enemy coulJhave I : N. and W; N. E- Sec. S, T. 3, R. 3. N. and S
war. Thus be obtains I part of what is dueto been thus cphlre'lawfully seized and hed in this State on tLc first Monday W; W. half N. 'ual.. quarter Sec. 10, T. a, R. 3, N. I J, For Xew Vork.The BrigLucy*

him ; and the enemy' subjects, by consenting ted it would hcn'e appropria. J in May next, a Register of Public Lands, to hold' ard tVV.. half Sec. 7. T. 1, R. 5, N. andE I List of Letters ) Ma-ter, will have' .de,
to the sum demanded have their been by virtue of! the laws I until the first Monday of Otoer. 1S50; also, for ; W. haltN.E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1. R. 5, Nand : ) patch. For freight or passage apply 7
pay of war recognized by all civilized nations Judges of Probate for the Couc ei, to hold' T> EMAINING in the Post Office at Tallahassee ja __ io JOHN DENHAM..
secured from ; I se\'erl E; W. half S. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1, R. 5, N. andE XX -
property pillage, and the country and the till the first Monday of October. 1551,and for JUsti. the first January, 1510 : Newport, January f, IS49. 1
by same the sources of revenue ; E. half N. E, quarter Sec. 7, T. 1. R. 5. N. andE I _
is preserved. These it is be.lieved authoritJ of the Peace for each in the Mii Henrietta 2 Hill William
principle, and of be, cut ces District several Counties ; E. S. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1. R. $, N. and AM.on. I '
are uncoulrovertcd by any civilized na. him o enemy may to holdfur two years, (all of said oreri to con. E.- hal E in the counties of Gadsden and Alexander. hos B Holme, Capt George Nofice. .

in modern times. The public law of na. olfror whereby he may be weakened tinue in office till their successors shall be elected Jefferson, amounting beg to 1540 and 32 30-10 acres. Allen, Dr Nathan J Jenkins, Charley A LL persons are hereby fbrewarned"nof to (trji4,
ton crippled in his means of continuing or and qualified:) Alexander, William Johnson. Mrs \)!ariaAndrews.
which Dated January 10, 1549. l'\ for or receive a cotextr bond for seventeen h.nnJrtd -
by they are recognized, has been waging the war. If the commanders of our Ir is HEREBY ORDERED. That the said election .* ;ji> THOMAS BALTZELLJud.e. Col C Jo.u. John and thirty-one dollars: and 6&y cents eiyen ty
held by our highest judicial tribunal a code I be held throughout the Slate, according law, and Andrews Mr* Henrietta Kelly. Capt W W J with
a forces, while acting under the order of the P.; W. .u.l. Sol for Comps. the !lignI"J. J.'intly WilliaCi .Clarfce,! <
which i applicable to our situation" in a President, in the heart of the the officers whose duty it 1 to order said elections A true cop} from the minute.Attest *. Betneer James E Kjcicmles. JiixiiuaKindon Henry Gee,dated the l 10th of p'eccmbeJI1., an J *

state of war, and binding on the United States ; enemy's country, will lake notice hereof. I. ,, C'lk. Gad tn Cir. Ct. I Black Calvin 2 William due twelve months after the cbfe thereo7he$*vi
while in and maratime it and surrounded by a hostile population, possesses Witnep my hand and the great seal of the State, R.l.uar_ By It C. Lester, D.C. Benton, Ranjnm WBowens. Love S.am B note or bond having been paid and alleged to bl.
admiralty causes is none of these essential and indispensable given at the Capiolthis 20th day-of Jani-. January 13thiS49.; 2 Rev W HBlakely Ja"l.iflgl'r.1\Irs Mary lost, I will not lie responsible for its payment.
often the governing rule. It is in a just L"a powers of war, but must halt the at [SEAL] arv, A. D. IS 19, and of the Independenceof Miss Mary E 1 anblt'rmi"i Laura ; i R. H. HA'RRISON.

that a nation has the .right to make the ene- outs and army the Unite States the 73d year. Notice. I Booker, Mrs Aon Laffoon William i January [ I] C. IS t!. i
wait for
contribute the every step progiess, an act MOSELEY: r. Branch John D Mclver \\lenry t K S I
my's country to support of his \f Gortn IX weeks after date I the Honorable --- V.
Congress to be pasted to authorize them to Attest : shal apply to Bryant Dr li Minor Henry II 'TOTICE.meeri.n: of the Stockholders ojI'4

army. Not doubting that our late war with do that which every other nation has a riglt A. K. MAX\VfL. Secretary of Sfatt. ) Judge of Wakulla county for Brown Mrs Martha :Moore William J ill! Union flank of Florida, will be .hey at tjvc.

Mexico J wa just on the par of the United to do by virtue of the laws of then, indeed January 20. 1S49.. 3 2m letters of administration on the eot'e of John Grant, Bride, S H Marvin, Judge Wm Banking tlou-e. in the city of, Tallahassee on !on. .
States, I did not hesitate, 'be charged LJ is the governiru of nations United States 05* -1 papers in the State insert two mouth deccid.New PortJan. 1. 1519 2 Bailey, Gen Wm McLaughlin, JohnMyricc.John day,the 5th February S ,for tte electjon! cf Director'1
Barber WiLliam .l" H. L. &UTGERS( Cas .
the constitution with its prosecution, to .lc;
in a condition of imbecility and weakness, For New York.milE Cleveland ell MackintoshCol J IIMackintosh. Deeember3OI84.. 2t 1
cise a power common to all other nations, and which must in all render it impossible Laud For Sale.! Caxr Wiliiam A Wm M .-

Congress was duly informed of(be mode and in Sschooner COMMODORE KEARNEY .' RARE Cl.1..CE! Connel, John Morton, Jackion 2 Gunny Cloth.
a foreign war an enemY'1country JPAINE Master above. For
t as freightor
extent to which that had been and \ti ui land known as the et Tract" 9 Clarke, Mrs Ellen N jO'Neil Mrs Mary Ann
power successfully, or to vindicate the nation passajf apply to JOHN DE HAt THE O\.ertf Clarke Henry N a.rsonsJuseph IIPtrkans A SMA,L supply. EXTBA HEAVy.jfeilj e>.
would be exercised at the commencement of north of Tallahassee, near tbe Thomas- xi. sale!
3 for
30 1849.
al rights and the national honor by war. Newport, January Cook Jamejf W M I A lectetl by .
yule road adjoining Gov. Crneh'l plantation, containing tlcKAUGHT
; i ORitO: D.
their first session thereafter. -
The contributions levied collected in Canal, levee Pratt, Rev Ceo \V
were "or bOO acres. Will be sold low and on
For New York. Newport November IS, 15-JS. 18
Upon the declaration of Mexico CasonA M Robinson. Geiirge 2
war again the enemy's country 'towards defraying the satisfactory t% rms to one wishing to purchase. For .
by Congress, the United States were en. of the and the THE Brig WARCALLER" JOMLYN Master, further particulars apply to E Barnard Tilahauee. Cravin James Reagan William Adi inistrator's Sale .
war, appropriationsmade
expenses ill tail! as above. For freight or passage, apply DANIEL LADD Collins William Rankin JichanlRobinson "
tilled to all the which other nationat or
rights any by Congress for that purpose were I bus to JOHN DENHAM. 13, 1S19. 2 Plt.JD Colton, Spencer D i K. ON the first Monday of February taxt. the undersigned ..
war would have possessed. These rights relieved, and considerable balances remain- Newport, January 20, IS 19. 3 t Cavvil, Edward Robertson David Adinitiist/afQr of.the estate of John '5' a

could on'y be demanded and enforced by the Danilly. Arthur Iteed Mrslhrvnn Smith late of JLeon County,.will offer for sale at th" '.
undrawn from the The
__ treaSLrv. __ amountOrCIZ:1bUIOU ____ __ No
u n tCf.
: lou&c. Dover, Friend Kardon. 'IV'loyle G Court House in Tallahassee, at. II o'clock A. M "a'
President whose
duty it was, as commander- ;; remainiog unexpended at the C3IX weeks from date I shall apply to the HonK3 S
Schooner I James Rochelle.1IrDarf'Y. the following slavej. of said estate, to be sold to pay a
in.chiefofthe army, and na\'yof the United close of .the war, as far as the accounts of RECEIVED( per s planting Randal Marshall orable Jodge of Probate of Wakulla county for James A H..ils.Tiios J the debts of said deceased tiz: .

States," to execute the Jaw Congress which collecting and disbursing have been S 16 superfine POlatoe.Flour letters of administration' de boni non, of the estate. Duute, Miss Mari Ryan, J'II D Harry aged about 60y ir?, I

declared the war. In the act declaring: war, settled, have: been paid ofcer treasury, in SO sacks Salt, fur sale by of Dec.Henry Cannon th deceased. DANIEL 2 LADD. Dayma-i Rev Peter Solt'r.W Ann, aged about 21 years, and mar children sgojC ,
l& IBIS.
Dorman, 0 M Shep'heard Jl1fJt1Oenl'are.AutustuJ' 5. 3. and 1 II ,
provided for raising men and JOHN DENHAM. yean
Congress .
money order for that
pursuance o an purpose, except Smith, Aaron P 2 Sophy, about 22 years. .
.:enable the President" to prosecute it to a the sum applied towards the paymentof -Newport January 20. 1549.- 3 MEDICAL NOTICE. Dent John V Sviccr, K M 2 Terms of Silc-Cash. Creditors ol the eaf if* t'fbuv. .

speedy and successful termination." Congress the first instalment due under the treaty Notice.A Dukes Wm G :niih! JCarraway ;, on uccouat uf .t.c! r tain! -.

prescribed no mode conducting it, but R3. XVILSON VAN WYCK (late Professor Dcchacon.Charlea 2 Scale lrJ 11 PATRICK SM1TJI, AdmV.Deccmfaef .
with Mexico stated in last annual D an
a* my LL puonl havingdemandsaginstthe estate ofArchibalt of Surgery in t Franklin Medical College of F.fta. Wm Sincleton.CT; Jc.lwardslIrs 23, m. 23 t."
the President it
'lcf tu prosecute according to message, fur which an appropriation had been rV Graham deceased, are hereby noti Philadelphia,) hue,f.rned, a co-pajtneuhip for I Ihe Louisa: M Spears Bt-nj.imin

laws of nations, a his guide. Indeed, i ma !'e by Congress. The accounts of some fied'to present them without delay to the undersigned practice of MEDICINE and SURGERY, aid for the Exum, Wm H Fnith.JM OR STOLEN from Ihe aub- ,

*puld have: been impracticable for Congress of these officers, stated( in the report of the and all persons indebted to said estate \\H INSTRUCTION MEDICAL STUDENTS. EvanSndy Srepheas: P 5 kSTR.\ Sunday night 11t.17lh ijat.
a make immediate payment. be accommodated J M TIlllmal ISllm HORSE.blind in pne je.ar.J
Wj hare of Patients from distance wel.l Elliott ,
for con
'provided detai a ear. Secretary of \ar accompanying that .mes. WILLIAM 0. PODFR. and. on reasonable terms either. the Ifctej o Fletcher: C C Tonipkiiw! John W o1lar in (he 'forehead with narks o/ (lie saddle on hi.-. .

:patn.: sage, will require legislation before they) C:1 January 20, IS40. : fct Exeutor. Private Boarding Houses of the city,,and can receive Fletcher John M Turbi-ville, Wibou l \1 Lack, and about 0 years old. Any inforoition cor.- :

The mode cf leryipg contributions must ne. be finally settled. (rom the Subscribers such Medical and Surgical at FerrettJames Turner, Jonas cerning; liitn.will be tbanhlfClv, received and rea oi.ab ..

euarily be left to the discretion of ihe con- In the late war Mexico, it is confident.ly Notice. .ntion alb cases jnay reqa4re.A Fountain George W Telfair. Ji-hn! S !) ,re\1'3r\l wtl creditors legatees and entitled ot OFFICE STUDENTS will Talum, Mis E A December 23. IS-fS. 20 .
perer, subject to be exercised, however iu believed that of and ALL persons to lmlted Forijthj}Qseph
levy .contrihutions in the AjcIiibaLJ will be with Books Plates Townsend, Wm J
tle ution estate Grabim, be who. supplied Goldsborough.Dan 01'
; conformity with the laws cations. .It may the'seiznre of sources of public revenue, deceased, are hereby notified that their.claims and Anatomical" and other Preparatic-ns-will I 1 be regularly Green, Hon James.. Tr.deweji.: Mrs A M Jagging, Rope, and Salt.

be cxcrcieed by requiring a given sum or a upon which the enemy relied to enable him demands will be barred at the expiration of two examined in the progress of their studies, according Glass. John T Vickett.-Ezekiel RECElI'e; Brig OcilU and other ceselfl, S

given amount provisions, to be furnished by to continue the war, essentially contributed to years from the granting uf letters of administration to the mode pursued in the l large Northern Hart, Oscar Winker, Francis Eaglng. S

!the authorities of a cupturcd-city or province"; the to the undersigned, unless the same are. exhibited cities-will be taught to compound and dispense Hall, Joseph WiN>n. D F 20i) coils Rope .
hasten peace. By those means government within the taid two yeas to the undersigned. Medicines, anal wi be instructed in .the minot Howard, Joln: G West. Dr II<'nrG fOO .sacks) Liverpoot ialt, for ale br -
I may be exercised by imposing an internal and of Mexico were made to Gt'OI Ct'U".G{ WHutcheson S
.lhe Hawkins
people WILL.\1 G. PONDER Executor. r. day duCk( Surgeon-Bleeding, Cupping JOHN DENHAM.Newport
lax, or a tu on the enemy' commerceAvhere. reel the presure of the war and to realize that January 20. 18.: 3 Sw Bandaging, Jcc. tc.Pel John :Winl1o.,RoxC\m r.. Mi i No-vember 18, 1S43. 18

"J he be deprived pf his and if it iu burdens and incozven.ience -- haps no Private Office in any American city Hall JojceHarward ,Whynian Mr S: ;, .J
these 011J be re\'elICi thenqueror. "a protracted, 'Wanted, will afford a greater variety of new and approved Amna Woolen, CouricillWilliams Sea Island Bagg1ng. a
appropriated to use be borne themselves.Notwithstanding .
must by facilities Harrison Mrs Isabel M XViltum ,
or more practical tor itU'den" ,
1 nnfi BUSUCLS CORN, by remeie present SMALL LOT for sal* by S
The latter mode
\3 adopted by the great succes of our J ':ii'; > Heiidftson. David A Williams. James W A
lue collection of duties of Mexico k it be JoVnHuddleston! .Yarborough, Miss Jane McN AUGHT ORMOr-t, '
in the ports arms, it may well be doubted whether an January 20, 1549. 3 4tBlacksmithing. neionwilh I h department, may pro Hyoner Newport, cvfjaVer 13,1543. IS'
t n our military! late per-to stite'that possible an Infirmary, Pleasant W
occupation during.the war honorable peace would yet have been obtained 'a .on a 4
with that republic. but for the contributions which were for the ) ,of both Medical and Surgical Patients *.. Persops calling for any or.1 hc above letters, Plow and Potatoes .
very when students will have
& will be opened. .tbt will please say they are advertised.l
d. (well cjrtablisbed is the military right to exacted. srantial. and cheap Blacksuijthing of opportunity practical!>/studying diseases.J. January 6, 1H9. 1 St iM. NASH, P M. 30 BPL. SUPEEFIQEssF.EFj.otii' 1
i3 thu uudcr the laws of{ nations, that our miHUry JAME( $ K. POLK. GOOD kinds.p done at the Shop near my Stable, oc t. WILSON.. M. D. 10 I bbh. do do do

and naval for. Jan. cupied laat.year by Miller & Brokaw. t V.:, .C. .YA, WYCK, M- D. Double Harness 10 baneji! St. Lunis Floor, _
our 2.
tel ofcer commanding WASHINGTON, 1S.H. 20, 1Sl 19.) 3 4'. A. FISHER. July2--MS43. : 1 6mNotice. 10( do Irish Potatoes. Korial! by
on the war, adopted the same .January SALE.:-One pair of second hand double har- JOHN ..DENllAM.

;jowle oflevyiug cOtrbution from the enemy i Congress is.engaged in trying t establisha G. A. McIntyre, FOR.., for sale cheap. Newport, December 2, l43. 20 r. S
January 6,1819. 1 J. R. FORTUNE: Aent.Shingles .
rnlrclf]JJ'orethe; orer issued. of the :Lt I: loar of-Commissioners. to examine and OT OH()1 DSOTdST, months after date, I shall apply to the Hon.- Pickled ,Mullet. ?'

I817' was The general iu upon private claims against the United taken rooms Mrs. J- L. Demilly's.. and SIX "Probate for the County of Jefferson, for Sale. BARRELS No. J PICKLED MULLET,.rJ .
!: olbe army at Vera Cru upou his of such claims HAS: his professional services to the cat izen* for letters &f dismission AdmitJMtrator of Paul de 50 in fine order .
a and
I Statci. The difficulty petting SHINGLES .for sale, 22 inches .lon the first catch
0"1. lcTjofM. powers and duties, and withPacific : of Leon and surrounding country. LadlC.attendedat Malhabe, deccavd.. . ? h 000 or the best quality. Apply toJar.iarv ; For sale low by llcNAUGHT t ORMOFD.Newport 1 S !
Ot by that body, and the long delay and their residence, if desiied.a RICHARD HARRISON UIj very ; ; November ','5 151 .
Insruions to that effect, Iinrae. I passed 6J I't?. I .J R KORTMf., .\;ent l h> yj'
dllte)'* after the capture of that city, adopted! hardship the claiman's are subject to in getting rj'ahagee.! C:"emtc' j,1SI;. Jr Jefferson Cuaty, S 4tcmber 0, 18 I IS. 5m



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Leon County G: d5den Co. Tax-collectors Sale.BY Fire insurance

TAX COLLECTOR'S SALB. : virtue of the power, Tested in roe by Jaw,1ha'.l Bv the Jtna Insurance Company} FLORIDALANDS.EASTERN A V.Ixa 'Ceited byrecent .rri'al.O1Ir 0
: expose for Sale for Cuh,!(ure the'CouitHi Sledlelne In the World pli-, our tock of goods i. h
BY VIRTUE the power verted in me by law 1 >ute door, in the town ol Quincy. l'l Monday the 0' HARTFORD, CO ECTICU r The Dolt extraordinary embraces every article very corn I e t .ltad
l levied upon. and shall 4'1 p for talc, before 4t>th day of April next, t the following dt<>ribed property THIS Company sti continu's her Azenry: at -J'. -'-__ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA farmeror mer.haniC" OSIJ:1lJy needed bII the plant,,,

the Court House door, in Ihe of Tallahassee. or much thereof will pay the State and promptness anJ stabilUJ fit l Circuit Court af St. John's County. Jt consists in part of
\ theollowing
fn th SCCOND MONDAY IN FEBRUARY County taxes due thereon for theyear 1S45* -Company for the last thirty years, i i" a sutT.cient MO.XDAY, 13th DAt of rfoTEMDtR, A. D. 1843. Garden and field Seeds artic1 el S
NEXT (1519.) the follow in; decrib propertyor The lauds purporting to belong to t the Apalachicola guarantee o her soundnrt". She ha. stood the test Iron and Steel, all sizes Cut i
to much thereof I will pay Sate and County Land ConlpanY.liluatc in the County ol Gad,- of all the great fire- in New York and other parts ol IN CHANCERY* d '. ; Ploughs, Hoe.Axes; and Wrought Nail'

Taxes dIll thereon for the year tandEWSF.: den, bounJ.d ) by line of demarcation, the United States and so arranges her bnine thatno PaALI., and others far Kettle,, assorted sizes Wp; and Sbovejq I ,,.
N | 17, T 3, I. N 4 *ec her not allowingher I Suit for Partition. J and Ski
o.e I Wet by Apalachicola river South by the county of one fire can cripple or injure iiIiIiuullllll'iI ats. Tin Ware a food assortment mer..
7T3 RINandE:, theEiofS \4 ** 17, T Franklin,and Ea:t b\. the Ocklockonnee river.J. Agent to take over a certain amount of nk in BRUSH, and other ) Carpenters, Blacksmiths ,
iR1NandEEjSW4ec17T2R2NandLWjSE4sec2T2 i anyone block and avoiding: all towns built entire!* CAUSE having been brought on to be tool, Blankets Plaids Cooper and 1ft!alOu
W.OGI.Yl.TJ' ,
R 9, N and E, XV 4 N I.1.17T2R2NandEW1NWciT2 E Coleclor. GJJSJL'I ", of wood. THIS upon the report of George %%?atsonjr., Shoes. Roots, and Kerseys Onabura. k c..

4 October 7th IS 2Ga .All risk are ettled promptly, agreeably to the A. M. Randolph, an-t Thomas C. Ellis, Commission.ers Hats, Caps and Saddlery
fl2NandENWcfSCeeT2.R2NanciE1SC declarations in the XX'e .thankful for the therein under and virtue o/ a commission Ready.nnde Clothing
---- --- -- policy. appointed by Wood and
J nf S XV 4 sec S, T 2, I 2, Nand t belonginp
i to Charles G. English Tr?ec. virtue of the power vested in me by law I thev wish insurance, and\ we ''IU tke mk* en afavorable _. Court ; and on reading and filing said report which I the hm .. on customary termsand at pile. 't
Lot No. 2, *ec 3!, T I, R I I. N anc XX', 72 acres BY tliall (XPOSl for sale fur Ca-h, bclorc the : terms a9 any Companf "I equal tandin;. bears date March, 184Sby which it appear that Newport ftovcmber McNAUGHT & OR1fO'iDUI
E1S E 4 *"31.T V. R i 1. Nand Oarel. XV i iN CoultlluSC door, in the town ofQuincy' on Mon J. R. FORTUNE, Azent, I he said Commissioners certify and repot t"that they i3, 194$. J9"

W 4 sec 5,"'2, R 1.Nand XV, S I acre*,Belonging day dy of April next, the following de. At he Tin Manufactory. This Extract is put up in quart bottles: it is six I find the land so situated that a partition thereof MILLER & -

tt A. F. Dnval. scribed propelly, or t-o much t theieof a wil pay the TaUahaiw. Ausiift 11*. 15 IS. _: times cheaper, pleasanter and warranted supe- I cannot be made without prejudice to some of the BROKA
WiN E 4 .ec 27,T I. R I, N and XV, S() acres, State and Count t.e duettiereon I for J'ear I SJS. --- nor to any sold. It cures disease without vomiting owners, and L heavy expense to all;** and lh? objections Livery & Sale Stable
belonging! to C G I Es.ib.: Trh1lee.Part Th F i!t hl, (E i n) of South East quartEr, (S. U. S. MAIL ,purg llg.ickenillgoTdebi/itatin;patient. to said report being withdrawn, it was, on ,
ot;Lit No M'i. O. P. city of Ta1a1Ias"et. E 4)) Section S North East i counsel Ordered and decreed T ALLAH VI
twenty-one, ( 21)) quarter rw, liE great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla motion of .Idjuilged, J EC, IXOHIDA. _
feet front 0:1\nro streef belonging t. ln;- (X E 4)) North XVext quarter, (X XV 4)) Section overall other medicine is, that whilet and this Court by virtue ol authority therein '"THE; subscribers have moved up tr their

lilh,Trnfre. t welt -two, (S 22)) Township hnan e seven, eradicates the disease it invigorates the body. It vested, doth order adjudge,and decree,that the said 1 brick Stable,, and fake this tire.proot
S 4 ,.-e1TI.R 2, N and H.: 120 N XV 4 sec 13, T 2 R North and of Crooked do stand I form Opportunity to in.
( 7)) XX'cst on the waters medicines and all things therein contained, rat- they fnend and the
and Summer report
T I, R ', N and E, IGo' i N f: 4 3T1 I, I is one of the very best Spring I I public generally of the
Ice.l f'c Creek, the Landu to Fabian fact.
purporting to belong ifted and confirmed. Being thanklul
known it not purifies the whole systemand the liberal
R Nand ever only
R 2. N and E. 60 acres 4ec 12. T1, 2 ; patronage they
Armi tead. and Decreed hare
E>&' acre*. XV i is W 4 tec IS, T I 1. K 3, N and ''I J. XV. OG1LVIE. I Tallahassee to Macon. strengthens person, but it creates new, pure // w further Ordered of, Jldjudged the of the heretofore received; they golcjt? a continuance
med That M. Payne, Micanopy.in County same,and
E. SO acres, WiN i XV 4 *ec .*, T I. R .1, N and I', FrOn and rich blood; a oowcr possessed by no other George pledge themselves to spare DO paine
Tax Collector, Gadsden County" Fla. hourt from Tallafiaitcc to of Alachua James Child, of said Micanopy and for the acCO O Ikn
forty-tire lies the secret of its wonderful ) of those
icine. And in this grand who
( N N XV 1 IS T R 3 N and mat ,
I ,
4 4
SO sec patrons
acres r F'I October 71 tIt, 1 4-". 2 in three in the Conn- them.
!: Jl/asoJt, end 10 Ch"/nttI days, It hai performed within the last two William A. Forward,of St. Augustine, Their Slable are situated
XV I anlll success. \vaMngro
40 acres, N E 4 ec 13, T I, R 2, N E, .
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.cr*$, E i a> XV 4 icc IS,T t t. R 3, N and E,SO acre!, (;:id tlcn Co. Tax: Collectors Sale. i/i time IoII the the .\ai Boats. on years, more than ),OOO cures of severe cases of ly of St. John's Florida three suitable and competent Commissioners Square for comfort in the most convenient; part of the town, anJ P
I .\'rt' f0rth day.IIIIIF.S'agn disease; at least 9,00're considered i incurable. persons be and they are hereby appointed and convenience, they cannot t be
WSE4.sec1S.T1 1 I31YadE.SOacretc1T Y ,'irluC of the power vested in me by law, I l.a" on Mondays s. lives of than ,000 childrenthe for the of carryin out the de. I passed by any Stables in the sur
E TIH I 1. B Talahai"l It has saved more purpore Southern
R N and 4ttj iec22.,
1 1, country.
acres 0 I
R Nand shall expose for sal for Ca*h. before t the JL XX (6nelsan'l ) 'clok, A. M., season in the city of New York alone. cree of this Court in said cause. / is further ordered I November 1$. 1SJ9.UNITED. is
1 1
J past
N an.1 E, ; acres, E 4 S E 4 -ec I 17, )
'i.f Court House: door in the town of Quincy, on Monda 'I and arrive in Maconria( Quincy, Dainbiidge, Newten than adjudged, and decreed, That the said lands
E, *0 acres, E t S 4 *ic 7, T I. R 3, N and
\ \ th ICth d.of April nest, the following described America and Perry,) Tueiday, and under the direction
on be sold auction by STATES4
Albany at
of Chronic Rheumatism public
E. 60acrt>. XV AN P. 4 "ec IS T I 1, R 3, N and I E.M I I I i 3,000 cases ; f
properly, or FO much thereof as will t the i and Saturdajs, at 10 o'clock, P. M., in M. James Child and IVit-
pay Thursdays, of the said George Payne,
o acres, S. E. 4 N 4cc.. LS, T I, 1 K 3, N and) E, ; 2,000 cases of Dyspepsia ;
4'J \to ttae! of Hector W. Bradcii.XV State and county taxes due the eon frtheyear J 1S1 J?: time bribe car* for Savannah. Leaving Macon on ,(.cases General Debility and want of Energy; liam A. Forward, Commissioners hereby appointedas f Wholesale Clothing Warehouse',

acres i *ec 5 beionzing. T 1. U Z, S at.d! I E. 320 acres J NWqec1TIR2SardCSacrc Section fifteccn, (S J:) Township twn, (T 2)) Monday!, WrnesJ.and FrUliys. at 4 o'clock A. 7,lIOO cases of the different Female complaints; aforesaid, at the town of Micanopy in t the said
\ Range seven, (en 7)) Xoith and XVest, X Won I ., Tue' ., Thursdays of February
I; : *, S 4 *ec4T : ( & M.,am! : ; ( on dny 2,000 cases ol' Scrofula ; Coonty Alachna.on the twenty-first day -I LEWIS & HANFORD
1 J. R 2, S and I E. 100 acrek, \ belong the watet* ni Cro-ked "reek, the Lands purportingto and! Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M. This line I.100 cases of Liver Complaint ; : 1819; and that t thesales be continued from day to ,
purporting belong to I. S. Catlin situated in the Qf..! connects the'Central Rail Hoad.Sannnah. Au. and that said Commissioners Kc, 252 & 230 Pearl
to estate of Den Chaires, Gid den. J. W. OGILVIH. !I susta Milledzevil'e and XVestem t Rail Road to Coftmbus Gravel I do cause notice of said sale to be immediately (Between Fulton.st and
2,000caesol the BunTing Slip.)
N. Tallahassee
- Lot. 251 t, 2"!, \ city of belong-' ;
? to e'tate of Daniel: Faust. 'I'in I Tax Colector. Gadsden County, Fla. i I Ga. 'It also connects with the Mail Line 1,000 cases of the Yellow Jaundice; published until the day l of sale i in the following I NEW YORK

S XV 4 S E 4 *(C 2'!'. T 1 I. R 1 I.S and XV, 40 acr".,N ] October 7th_, _l&'S.______ I(I from Quiney to ChaMahoochie, and thencr to Apalachicola. 1."Wo' cases of the Dropsy ; newspapers, to wit: Union and National In- HAVE OX IIArfD THE LARGEST,
I II Paa E4SXV 4 tee 21. J Sand Xr.40acrrn.XV iS | I S.OOO cases of the Consumption, telligencer
l 1,1 Middle of Florida--GadS- :! Columbus in three day, and but one night will be di. of tie blood viz : Charleston, S. C., Commercial Bulletin, New CLOTHING
XV 4 IKc: z'T 1. and W, SO acres, E i N I P. Circui And tho'mnds of cases of ca<*<*s : I
4 sec 30. T I. R I. !and! XV. SOacre. )F. 4 X XV 4 : 1 Ch'cli Court. '1 I oent on the road between Tall. :>sce and Macon. Ulcers, Er)sipela'l. Salt Rheum, Pimples on the : Orleans. Georgian and Republican. Savannah Ga., I l.N THE

M* 30, T 1,11 1. N XV, v:, aW'!, E I N I J *ec '! Nancy XX'ood, Comp. > I,; The public miy rest t asuruItIiat every attention will Face, Scald Head Tetter, Neuralgia, &c.&c., together ; Journal Montgomery"Ala., Sentinel and Floridian, UNITED STATES.
'.l I. R I. N and \no.(, acres. XV 4 : E4 '"c l 13, r*. V IX cii.cnv.Edward I I I I l he paid to the cir.tort of these who may patronize with numerous ca.es of Sick Headache, Pain Floridaand that notice be given by hand-bills also; Adapted to the Southern and Southwestern Market

T R 2, N and l XV, SO acres, I E: i X E sec l:, ,1 J. ': D. Wood. L i i I this Line. in the Side and Chext Spinal A(Ted ions,&c. &c. and that the said Commissioners shall, in the sale of In the

2, N aI! XV. so acres W 4 :J 4 and XV 4 .it E T having l been made to appear by affidavit to the I I FARE: This i is the most successful medicine known in said lands, he guided by the map of the grant, made article of
I."1'9.T I, R -2. S and' W, I:' acres !XV j S Eec : ; ]. Hon. Thomas Raltzt-ll, Jndse of said Court that I I FromTdl1aba.e'e to Qllinc o. 2 5( : to n..ilLriJ. : diseases the Kidneys and Dropsy,and all affections by Messrs. Burr Washington and Merry,late Commissioners SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,

28, T 1. R f. S anJ \V,4'' acies E: i N \4 !oc I th above named defendant Kdwaul: D. XX'ood tP.I I 1$5; toAlbay.$1l.andto Macon, $.2.I 'I i iI of the Urinary Organ Several thousand cases have- and shall sell the fractional sections in We keep an endless variety.ALSO .
R N aud XV, ''J to AsaMunson. I WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietor reported cured when all other remedies have quantity and form as laid down on said map ; and
C7.T 1 I. 2, v acre L'lon-ir1 I sid,- out of Fitirida and within the limit* cf tl.o United been as TJ1E HOST EXTEX>I7E MAXCrACTVXM Of
-fAS W. SItlWOOU I Slates j wit., in the Statcnt l Louisiana : I By JOHN 1.'An Agent. failed. the said Commissioners to have discretion to sell infractions
T I I T :\.J Por :and Cull'lor : I It therefore Ordered,.That t the above named defendant j I s-: Oifire at the planter's Hotel. Talhha ee-C. Hundreds of ci"e? of Fits and Nervous Diseases, quarter sections and sections, or in such OIL CLOTHING
N'Itim t'rlthl ISI-s :;r. : 'o appear and anwcr the Rill of Complainant i E.RAILEY, Agent ; at Maj. NATHANS, in Quincy. .i I originating in Debility have been entirely cured.and quantities as they may deem proper :and best calculated A5DCOERED1ATS
-- .t i July 17. J 17.)2 for the interest of the parties leaving out the
filed )herein before the first day of March next- thousands of cases of Dysentery. Diarrhce and Summer I
Lcoa County : and adverse grants as laid down on said In the World.
ulhernise! complainant'* bill will be taken pro con. Just Received, : Complaint. private map. t
TAX SALK. I f cn. CAUTION. .Jnd it further ordered SfC., that for the purposeof Plain and Fashionable Clothing of all kindi
COJ.I.ECTOI'S A T LKXVIS & AMES' Drug Store, a (re1i supply
virtue in inc la-.v, I is further OrderedTliat this order be published 1- (:3- Tjook out for JJitatiollJ.uprinC'ipled persons permitting the claimants to purchase to the extent LEWIS & HANFORD,
BY power t.y j x*. New and Valuable Medicines-among which labels and medicine in of their interest in said lands the nominal valueof .Yos.
have 232
hive levied and for njle I before I in Q\lincy' Times, a newspaper printed! in the I copied our put up if 25C Pearl St.
the Court IJ'ise upon Ihal rxpotc of Tallabas, town ot Quincy once a week for the period of three : are the following: thc; same shaped bottles. See that each Bottle has said lands is fixed at one dollar per acre, and that December 23, lj 49. 23 3m
d.f. hI the months. Xov IS.. 1' STHOMAS DR. SPCEC'S'EGfT..\ U: PILLS AND RUSTOIIATIVE .I the written signature of S. P. TOW SEXD.I each and every claimant in said lands may if he,
in MJV next.lsl I ,
the )
f frs Mood1) ', much thereof 101ow'1 RALTZF.LL, Jud e. BITTERS, N. B.Persons inquiring for this medicine should she, or they think proper bid at this valuation to l In Leon Circuit Court.
ing ) or no Desizned for, and will Dyspepsia Liver Complaint !I the of the value of the number of acres decreed .
tie and County Taxes due thereon for the \. I:. AI.LISOV Comp. Solicitor. .I not be induced to take any other. Druggists put up amount SPRING TERM 1819.
py Sate Piles, &rofula, Jaundice-jnd all kindred of their to them in this partition without paying money -I.
1 t wit : .\ true cop : I. R. IKr.nis: Clcik.Bj Sarsipanllasand course prefer selling t own, Thoustin Lumpkin. \ .
-ear body ol in the t( Leon, IL C. Lester. D. C. i diseases resulting from disordered stomach or im- others have purchased that put up in small bottles as is provided in cases of other purchasers ; but Robert Lumpkin.Agent foIl at h men. '..
Tbt ; Co'itty
bounded Nurth t,ln,11)in of by Dec. 1M5 I ? 2 i t pure state of bl
- the Och: >cko ee River, Souh dtmarc.tion.by XVakulla Welt County ---- t j DR. HULL'S WORM t LOZENGES- them-do not be deceived by any-inquire for Dr. their interest under said valuation then for any t William S. Carpenter J I It I Damages 81500.
IV'otic.c.X The safest most effectual, and pleasant preparation such they shall comply with conditions herein
j Townsend's and take no other. excess, .-
the kcown Forbes'Purchwe defendant and all others
and Edkt t as interested
,by,&nd S.Mak. R\1 to the Apaiachicola ; months af date, I shall apply to the Honorable before the public, fr the eradication of %X\'ORM, in Principal Otficc 120 Fulton st., Sun Building, N. imposed on other purchasers. .Ind it further t I THE notice of the institution of the above will suit ;

Laad Company.purporting Judge of Probate,for the Cyuuty of Gads 'I Children or Adults. Y.. 10j South Pearl street, Albany, and for sale by ordered, Se., that said sale (excepting the interestof I by attachment, and appear and plead to the decluaIt"

XV i of S E 4. Sec 7, T 2, R 2, S and E. ; XV i orE den! for lctteis.fdistnicsi<>n a< administrator, on t the HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES I I all tl.e principal Druggists and Merchants generally claimants) shall be made by said Commissioners. I tion filed in this case within the time prescribed by
N 4, Sec IS. T 2. R 2, Sand .: unknown.E i Estate of Wili.un Gilliland, late of said County)" dc.I Win PREVENT Consumption, and ccne all case of I throughout the United States XVest Indies, and the on following term".to wit: One-third of the purchase law. H. N. GRAY
.o\ne Asthma ot Blood Pains in the Side in cash the remainder in three instal-
- I 48XV 4Sec25TlRfNandXX'ovneruninown. I cea-ed. ARCHIBALD! SMITH I Jr., I Colds: Spitting Canada money Attorney for Plaintiff.
I July 2:, ISIS. 2 Adin'r. Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Com A fresh supply of the above valuabled medicine ments, of one, two,arid three yearswith interest at December 30, 1913. 24 3o

XX' 4 lot No. 193, Uing and being in old plan city plaints. just received and for sale who'esale and retail by six per centum ; and that said Commissioners hall
-'t.iO- EDWARD BARNARD Jr. seal,and execute with the purchasers writtenor
t.1 f Tallahassee owner unknov n.L Public Notice. sign, Circuit Court Monroe
\ DR. HULL'S FEVER; AND AGUE; PILL, D. L.IJD.e"port.. printed contracts,conditioned for the executing of County.
>it No. 2. trtc ..ec 13; lot* i and fric sec 23 ; interested in the
estate of John
ALL persons Well known as a Safe, Certain and Effectual Cure November 11, IS 15. 17 Cm perfect title when the purchase money shall be Joseph A. Barelli]
and N E of Sec and I In
25 lots Attachment.FranCic0X.JeEalo.5DefctS300
"I't ion 2t ;, Wi, 4 Ni.J ,:.mage, deceased, will take notice that at I .
Chills and Fever Intermittent
Fever and
for conditioned that if instalment
3, .. a, 6, and -, of Sec. 2 tl, in Township 1 2, N j the expiration of fix i week after the publication Ague, I paid, and further any -
tif.R XV.containinc 2131 acres, purporting to be- of this notice, I shall apply to frt Judge of and aU other Fevers. Price reduced to Screnty-Jiee Quincy Male & Female Academy. be not paid at the (time it becomes due, all money

)long to Albert A. Pickett and John H. Gindrat.XV I Probate of XX'akulla letters of adminis. Cents per TJox. !/THE exercises of this Institution for the year previously paid shall be forfeited ; and that the TilE defendant, and all others interested are

- i of N XV 4 S,* i 17, T 1, hi1Satid E, be- tration on tie estate cOUltf'r John Tammaze. de. The abo e Medicines, fresh and genuine are for JJk. 1949, will 1 commence on Monday,January Sth. said Commissioners shall have a right to re-enter i.otified of the commencement 01( th.
C laid sale by LEWIS & AMES, will the lands sold, and take possession of the same above suit by attachment in the Circuit Court of
)ongin to ( A. Branson, for tur due for ceased DANIEL LAUD. The subscriber, havine recovered his health, at,J upon
tlc T..l1ahac.ee, Fa. 1 without let hindrance incumbrance thiongh Monroe County, returnable to the next terra of said
or or
of his duties
years Is4r, 1S4(,, 1M7, and 1S4S. New Port, Xov. 20th. bIn 2 that time resume thedischarge as Pun-
Section IS, T. I, R I. N at.d-1:., pvnporting to belong For certificate of recommendation, and other information cipal. His attention will be divided between the. from the purchaser. ./lndit further O'dercd,4c., Court and are hereby required to appear and pleadto
- to XV. G. Gould. TVakulIu Circuit Court. concerning the above l\I'didncI'c future two Departments. In the Female Department he. That the said Commissioners do deposit the monies the same. JOSEPH A. BARELLI.
advertisements, and lampMet5.hic 1 may be obtained arising from the sale of said lands, as fat as the By his Agent, W. H. WALL
JAMES XV. SHERXX'OOD Daniel Ladd, Compt., In Fall Term.vs. will be assisted by \Ir S. B. BOWSMAN, who is a l'
Tax Assessor CledO Leon County. )V December Chancery, 5th, 1S1?. of the Agents. teacher of established reputation. Her former pat. same are paid into their hands, in the Bank of Key West December 1 9, [30] I S-13.. 213m
March 1 19, 1918. 33 and those whoknow her best all in Charleston in the State of South Carolina and that
Ctr1br2l,11S.I 1 JsTaz Joseph F. Dyer, ) Hill to foreclose a mortgage- ----- Ions, agree recommending -
----- -- Dtft. her as a highly accomplished and sue. said monies shall not be drawn from said Bank except Notice.
Sale.BY appearing to 8atibct ion of the Court Drugs, Medicines, &c.rDWARD .
J IT the joint draft of said Commissioners, under -
Colector's in cessful teachet. She is competent to instruct in on persons having demands: against the estate
this that J" F. reside I ALL
viilye. of lh( auhoiity' l ( in me by law 1 ce. .epb Dyer Music, French, Drawing Embroidery and the English : an order of this Court directing the same. Robert Fisher deceased are hereby notified
out I Slate of Florida Mid the jurisdictinnofthis I ,
base t hil day levied upon and will expose fur beyond Branches.: Three or four additional teachers And it further Ordered, That the said Commissioners to present them without delay to the undersigned
f>Alcbeloff the Court louse in the city) of Tallaha; I I Court, but in the United States :-It is i. HAS received, by the late arrivals a will he cmpl'ii eJ in the two Departments,and every .. make a full and ample report to this and all person indebted to said estate will make in-
*-e,on the fiat March net. the following lrdfTd, That (the said Joseph F. Dyer, as alore- 1 } addition to his stock of GXUIXE !! I exertion will be made to insure the rapid improve- Court, after saiJ sale, of their proceedings! in this mediate payment. WILLIAM E. FISHER
said, appear and plead, answer cr demur, to the DRUGS AND MEDICINES all of
much thereof the j ment ot the and to render the Institution behalf.
property or so as I I j Pupils, ROBERT W. FISHER.
- State and ,Couuty Taxes due theeO Cr\i the pa yearIS4S. |I said: lull complaint, or the said bill will be taken I __- _--_-_ which are of good quality, low for Ca.h. I I worthy of the extensive patronage it has hitherto December 30, 1S4S. 24 Administrators..
: I|ofr0 tonftsso against the said defendant.-l'rori. i Also, on hand a general assortment cf the follow. enjoye'l. The Academy n iurnished with Maps, The lands to which above decree refer are knownas

.towj. 10.. 9, JO, I, 12, in Sec /, T I C I, Nand \\Jtd, That the publication of this order be made in |; log which are warranted genuine, \rs. : I Globes and a well selected LibrarIt has also an "The Arradondo Grant" containing about two Notice.
I I some newspaper printed in the city of Tallahasseeonce i llouck's Panecea Rowaa.ls Improved Tonic Mixture Chemical hundred and thousand of I
XV. ; acres in each !kt!, pet plat olsurvey extensive Philosophical and Apparatus ninety acres consisting
.containinc al I
by Blocker County Surveyor, and sold a week for the period of four months. Wistar's lUsarn of Wild Cherry, Hrandreth'sPills I and a large Cabinet of Minerals,collected from various fine Hammock, Prairie and Pine Lands. The entire ALL creditors, legatees and persons entitled to
taveu'dufon THOMAS UALTZELL.Judgc. Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor, tract has been accurately and divided in the estate of Robert Fi,h.r,deceased -
for 131 acre of landWd on ]7thJanuary parts of the .vorld. These afford the student surveyed
: tk A true copy ; 2 G no. L. DRV,INT,Clerk.IVol XX'orm Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Ronpland's are hereby notified that their claims and dt-
IMS, by M. A. Long, Clnmiuio. in a superior advantages and render the study of science after the manner cf the Public Surveys, into ranges,
mir between Wiial!} UaUey and Htnrv Ue against Celebrated Fever and Ague Remedy,Lucenia Cordial.Thompson'd I j a delightful occupation.. Those pursuing Chemistryand townships and Sf'cion3-plats of which have been mands will be barred at the expiration of iwo years

R. K. Call W'aJker. ice. Ee XX'ater, McMunns Elixir of Opium, I Natural Philosophy are taught practically prepared, and may be obtained at Augustine and from the granting of letters of administration to the
-J. XV. i SIX weeks from date, I thall apply to the Hon Sands Sarsaparilla Turner Fever :and Ague Pills, I well as theoretically. They arc admitted to the Jacksonville. undersigned, unless (the same are exhibited within
S1FRWOi\ Judge Probate* XVakulla for ditto, Gordon's Hillious; and Anti-Dy' I the said two to the nndersigntd.XVILLTAM .
Tax Ase?!or and Colector Ccunt\ county Tiler's pcptir. I I.1b'lratory,3nd allowed to experiment for them. This-large body of13\d. regarded as the best in years
r November IS: 1"11. ,1' h' I I Letters ofarminiltration, de bonis non.of the estate Pills, Deckwith's Anti.Dsl>epric Pills, Peters' andSpencer's selves. S-irveying: is taught with the Compass and alt Florida, lies between the 29lh and 30th parallels E. FISHER,
of John TaJimadg", deceased. Pills, and i i. Agent for S. P. To.vnscnd'scelebrated Chain, and mensuration by actual measurement. of latitude, nearly midway between the Atlanticand ROBERT XV. FISHER,

Tax Collector's Sale.By DAXIED LADD. Sarsaparilla in o/iart bottles, at 1 per The Boarding House of the Institute.Jesinl'd for the Gulf, and is adapted at once by climate and December 30, 1S43. 21 8w Administrators.

rhe of the authority vetted i!me by law, I Dec. 17th, ISI O 2 bottle. Al h,, superior Lerr.on Syrup, prepared from I the accommodation both of the Teachers and Students fertility of soil, to the production of sugar, long and

b- thietlay levied upon, and will eipo.se for1a puie Citric or fomon Acid far preJerable! for the will be kept by Capt. Alexander Mclver. short staple Cottons, Rice, Spanish Tobacco, Arrow Notice.

>. before lIe Court House in the city of Tailabawce Eslatc of Lctfis Tucker.AOY5EISTRATOXV sick or ordinary use than" that usually sold, London Board, including washing, will rate at Sit per Rout, Indigo &c., and swept over daily by the sea "PHK subscriber having taken out letters adciin*

o&tte fri Woodsy in June next, the follow Porter, &c., &c. month. Students boarding at this house will have breeze is healthy beyond any portion of the South : J. istiation on the estate of Joshua H. Byrd late

ing property or 83 much thereof. a(w ill pa the Stale persons ir.dtbted! to the XOTfCJ.ol late -June- ---10.-ISIS.- ------47 -- _ the advantage of being at all times under the care ot country of the United States. Lying in the immediate of XX'akulla County, deceased, hereby gives notice
_ _ and County Tales due U' the oace.rLoreoforthe ALL Tucker, deceased, of (! Distiictin M. D. PAPY t the t..acheri.'ho will superintend their morals and neighborhood of Lake Orange, between which to all persons hav.ng claims against said estate to
- jear 164a, to vrjt : I the State: of South Carolina, Harnwfl assist them in their studies. and the Ocklawahaw river now navigable,a communication present them to me, or to Benjamin Byrd, of Leon

Ls Xos. 19, and' part c 175, and 7C, 0. P and to the subscriber. And all "il having demands payment @m Il.Wf For further information respecting rates of tuition may and will be made at moderate cost; an :r County,my authorized agent,within two years pro

: A. of T.Uohhce. belonging \Anderson i against said estate,,will please persons present then duly WILL Practice in all the Courts in the Middle text books regulations, t.c., &c., see printed Catalogue -I easy and cheap connection will be established between perly authenticated agreeable to law, or they will

- Veler. i attested to Acts PATTHIMW, Ksq. 9'l Circuit. Office on the first floor of the I which may be procured application to : this region and the cities on the Atlantic be barred o*recovery; and all persons indebted wilt
Lotg. Xos. SI, S2, S3, SI, and 5, K. .\. (f city cf CourtHouse,S. C. JAMES HuOvl, itol, South -.vine room formerly occupied by Cap.the N. H. STEWART, Principal. coast, whilst in the natnie of things, a rail road please to make payment immediately.
Tallahassee] belonging to Chat les F. Mercer.JAMFS t Di-cembcr 2, J 1SI. 2 Administrator.Hamilton of the Territory. December 1 JI1;, ISI9. 22 arrossthe Peninsula and through this body of land, OLIVE BYRD, Administratrix.
: xv. SHERXX'OOD.Tax ; I Secretary November li. IS-IS. J 17 will soon be established and become the great commercial Sopchoppy, December 23, 1843. 23 2m
.tbse4or and Collector for Leon Countv.XovemSer Fletcher Institute, Fa. Conference. and social thorough fare between said cities- The Plantation belonging to said estate will be

I. Jo, icis. I '1 1 I County Tax Sales. For New York. and those on the borders of the Gulph.In rented for the ensuing year. For terms, apply as

B Y virtue of the power vetted in me by law, I Ifrhall MTl'ATED HALF MILE FROM THOMASVILLr, GA.TIE view of the delightful climate of the fertility above.
Tar Colector's Sale. I expose for sale, before the Court Hou<.e scholastic )f the soil, of the rich and varied staples, most of
to consist of Term
L- By 'irhlc af authority vc t J in .H" by Jaw, I :'! door! in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Florida months, to year commence the first one Monday in of which are confined to regions of very limited extent New Goods-Fall Trade.S. .

have this day levied upun arid wi expose for on the fourth Monday in April, I IS'ty, the following February, and close (the lastThtirsdiy in November. which give character to the lands now offered
- ule,btf'lre the Court House in the city Tallahasecroo described property, rr so much thereof as for sale it is believed that no portion efonr wide- F. BURNEVt

the first Monday in March next, the following will he sufficient to pay the Slate and County txsdue LINE OF PACKETS between COURSE OF STUDIES-RATES OF TUITION.. spread domain offers higher inducements for the investment IT returned from New York,and would inform

lands or i' much thereof as will pa>' the State thereon for the vear I ISIS. to wit : TJJIHEGULAH St. Marks and Newport, will Orthography Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic of capital, or promises richer rewards to .1 his patrons and friends generally that he

r- kid County taxes due thereon rG The year 164S. to Also, the S E 4 of the S E 4 of Sec 31 I,Towt hip commence running at the opening of the fall trade per term, SIC 00 the industry of the poor man. is hourlyexpecting per Brigs XVakulla and Lucy, a
wit: I, Range 13, North and I Eat t. purporting to belong and continue throughout the entire year: 'iz; The above with English Grammar and Geopraphy An examination of these lands is earnestly invit

- C'4 N F I, and E IS E 4, Sfc 4:; XV S XV 4, to the estate of Benjamin C ha ires. Brig XYARCAL1.A, Josselyn, Master 20 00 ed-and any information which undersigned can Large and complete assortment of
Sec 14, in T 1 I. l< 2, N and E containing 210 Also the E: i of S E 4. the W J S XV 4, and S E "OCH.I.A. Trim do. The above, with the higher branches of-an give, will be promptly furnished on application to Fancy and Staple Goods,

Icrs. and belnngin;: to the e. te 4t l Uenjamin Haanr 4 of the S XV 4, and the XV J of the Sf' 4 of Sec 2: LUCY, Hosmcr do. English educationembracing NaturalMental either of them. Bonnets, Ready made Clothing, Men's and Boys'
_ _ deceased, or the c 4ate of H. W. Ilradcn.de- I the W 4 of the N W 4, and the N I ot the N SUVVANNEE, Clark, do. (new,) and Moral Philosophy} ,Rlietoric Logicy The sale of these lands will be begun at the time Caps,. Hats of John N. Genin's superior qualities

1 -ceued and the Union, Rank of Florid. 4 of Sec Township 1, Ranee 13, North and East, WACISSA, Perry, do. (new.) Botany,Chemiltry,Geology.Book-keeping, I and place, and on the terms set forth in the degree Boots and Shoes, Hardware,Single and Double Bar
J \lFW.. SHF.RITOOD.Tw purporting to belong to the Union Bank. These Brigs are built in the most substantial man and Political Economy, 30 00 : under which the undersigned act. No money will relied Guns,Crockery,Glass, Stone, Wood and XVil-

_ _ Assessor lecror Leon ComityNorember Also, lot No. :of fractiotulscction7in Township. ner expressly for this trade, and are commanded by The above, with French, Latin, Greek Algebra be received other than such as will be taken on deposit low Ware with a good assortment of Groceries.
2:, 1819. I 1 I. South of Rar.ge 17, East, laying on the Suwannee careful and experienced Captains. Freight and pastagc Geometry, Mensuration. &c. &c. 3t' 00Muir. by the Bank of Charleston as equivalent to He tenders thanks, very especially ro the Ladier.
River purporting to belong:to S. U. Thompson. at the lowest rate Agents on Piano, extra, 40 00 specie ; and it is suggested, that persons proposingto and regular customers generally, for their libeial

LEWIS & ARIES, Also, the S XV 4 jolSec 1, Township 1, Range 13, COE, ANDERSON & CO.. Drawing and Painting, extra 2.*> 00 become purchasers will do well to make depositsin patronage, and begs again the notice ot all to his
nc_iltjts jyDRUGS. South and East, purporting to belong to William J. 10 Beaver street, New York. Use of Piano, per term, 4 00I'orWood said Bank, and bring with them certificates of Fall stock.

I Mills. JOHN IENIIAM.MeNAUGIIT i 00 such deposits. Liberal advances on Cotton consigned to Lis care
MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS.Articlti XVILEY Jf.F Tav Asscsnrnn & OEMOND. One-half the tuition to be paid in advance ; the GEO. Jf. PAYNE. (shipment.
ic. Wifcw (Wass Collector for other half the first of July. J. ..HILD.W1I. 23
Ilad Perfumery, County, IS 15. Newport. September 1S4. 10

_I p.UNTI'' BKVDHFA AND cor.R/, October 21, -?I IS. 11 Newport,_August_ 12. IS 19. 4 BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.Mr. A. FORWARD
." eltlc' G.as. \ : A. -------- XVai. C. HUNT Principal of Male Department.Rev. December 9, IS-IS. 21 Commissioners. Land for Sale.
. ,J'tll t:abot.constantly on hand,and fur, the Notce. Fire and Marine InsuranceBY G. A. IALLfTTE.lsi.hnt fJO: Editors in whose papers above notice oi sale

i lovrett market piice months "fer ( Ilhan apply' to the Hon. THE Rev. R. II. LUCKET Principal Female Department. of.lanjls l is required to be given, will insert the Jame A VALUABLE tract of land is offered at private-

LEWIS t AMES. SIX of Probate for the County Jefferson, Protection Insurance CompanyOf MisM\RYA.POTTER, Assistant twice week.ly in their respective papers, till day.of sale, situated one mile East of Marion Cross.

Tin: i(, XovenJier 20, IS47. for Ictfr.Judjc of d --- ---- --- New Jersey from at St. Augustine, the month of June .when the St. Augustine Road. The tract contains 320*
POI of Fanpihat Macrae, late of aid County, dec'd. 8 to 10 dollars ller month. by
i ,L 9 Pure Sulphate of Quinine. RICHARD HARRISON. AT SOMERVILLE, P. P. SMITH, President. the said accounts will be paid. Mres, 15- of which is cleared and order tolerable-

I,. 1'1f eiibtcriJicrs have on hand two hundred and Je onl'ln County. September 9. 't It. 8 Cm CAPITAL $200,000-Chartered February, I ISJS.This IL W. SHARP:, Secretary. fence, about one half hammock, the balance good
land. It is 0.tLi
of of which -- --- -- December pine watered by numerous springs
ounces Sulphate Quinine they 1C, 13JS. 22 Wakulla Circuit Court.IN .
fc&re obtained direct from the inanufactitien( and Notice. Company insures on Merchandize; ,Furniture best spring water ia the Sfa-e. extremely healthy,
E tliey will it be Confectionery and Bakery. CHANCERY-BULL FOR ..REZ.IEF.Henry and in one mile of a good school and church. Itwill
warrant to i article.Welitve "
a mipciior months after date, I shall apply to Ih* Hon. Building" Machinery, Foctories and properly gen. :
en.larg.d our stock of Drugs and Medicine i. SIX e of Probate for the County ot Jefferson, erally, in city and country. r"-l ENRY K1NDON waald inform his friends and IL Walker Complainant, be sold cheap and on reasonable tesms, and a

, by rerent arwvals. and are prepared to execute for letters of diomi Administrator of the public generally, that he has on hand, andis vs. clear warrantee title will be given-
ton a de Joseph De.lafie.ld and Lewis of the! Persons wiping to purchase will be howa the
I rder to artiolo* in "'r line at wholesale) or retail, Malliabc, deceased. DIRECTORS.XVilliam constantly raanufactyringj C41IESQpll kinds Cuijtis, Trustees ,
, w) the moot aecomtn
We hare fcUo a few acconntu yet due to vat for the Jrfferson County, September 9, 1 ISIS. S Cm Peter L. Sir)kerf Matthew JlW. dale, ,PEPPERMINTLF.MON DROPS appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by to J. F. fcewilr. or toJC.VF. DEXViTT. Agent ,
,-ar: 2fi. They are cenerally in .mal amounts ---- James Taylor, J. S. Mcintyre, Brooklyn. CINNAMON LEMON CANDY, affidavit, made.in this case, that Joseph Delafied{ JDecember 16, tSI$. 2-3 Macion Cross Roads.

hu if whole could be paid would go Plantation for Sale.TTAVING David Sandeison, G. F. Power XVINTERGREEN, BARLEY CANDY and Lewis Curtis, Trustees 95 afoe d, arid Louis.

f la toward tilu.idatinentajn sum which we owe. removed to a distant of the State William J. Bonne, HOARHOUND.; McLane charles Augustus Davis, and fJeorgo Gris-. For New York.

1EWIS &AMES. 1-L the subscriberofler, for sale his part ilanlationcon. XVM. THOMPSON PrtiJml.J And various others among them several that are woW, reside l put of t the State of nori ,aud' beyondthe SUXVANNEE." ClarktJL
-1 rfi 29.' .1 II. VOORIIEES, useful for colds coughsand is prepared to manufacture jurisdiction of this Court, but in the United TUIE new packet Brig
tailing about 400 Secretary. engaged
o acre, of which are cleared, Master, having tie hulk ot her cargo ,
States II'is
and all kinds : Ordered, That the said Dela.
that be ordered both
under a good and in all in may For
uud order will with .despatch.
respects sail for the above
( post
-_ Thoma Heir wholesale and retail. field and Lewis Curtis,. Trustees as aforesaid and
.et cultivation., It is well watered, and has a de lIE Agents arc authorized to state to the cos- freight to
T or ,apply
] : ATTORt.'EV AKO COUNSELLOR AT LAW lightful well of water adjoining I the dwelling house.. tomer of this Company that they recognizethe He i is also prepared to carrIon Baking in all its Louis McLane Charles Augustus Davis and George passage iMcNAUGlIT & ORMOXD.

I WILL practice in the Ciiciit Court in each It is situated about one mile from Lake Jackson, and Courts of the different States of the Union, branches from the plain oafof Bread,to the most Griswold,do appear and plead, aqgwer or demur to Newport,December 9,1943. at
of the Middle Circ lit, and in thc-Wu- six from Tallahassee, on the Bainbridjje road. The (where I they have agents,) in case -difference,and exquisite Cakes and Pies. Patties and the public said bill of complaint,or the said bill be taken for

I p Court aad United Stttw Drttrict Court a terms will be made ei"y to an approved purchaser. that their Agents .instructed to conform 4o the can always accommodated by giving timely nqtice confessed : them: Provided That publicationof Lime, &c.
: -" For further particulars apply on the usages of other responsible Companies in the settlement at the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson street, th.1J order! be made in some newspaper printed in ORDER;
Mbnticello, January 29. 1f'. 2' to )j. Richard IIaywardc to G. T. XVard.prmilet Es.J. .or of lonaes. opposite the .1nelion Room of n. H. Berry, Esq.. the city TaUahassee once a week fQr the period of IQo BBLS. LUMP LIME IN FINE
N j J. SCOTT.' The Hutucribers have been appointed) Agents by Tallahassee, Dec. 15,4Si8. 22 four months. Done in- open : ,'Dec. Stb, 1S-IS. 200 boxes smoked Hearings, ,
A from the For ale low by JOHN DENHAM
I Medical Noticed 28.19IS.l t i the above Company for Tallahassee and its vicinitv. copy
t"br If
If. C. WIRT. V. P. I. t. CAM. ._ LEWIS & AMES." Randolph Lewis surviving partner of the firm GEORGE L BRYANT, Clerk. Newport. December 9, IMS. 21

DRS. XVIR T & CALL hare awwiated them. )ve.O 1acon Flour Stc. August J 12, IS 1 13. 4 6m of XX'addel, Randolph & Lewis, by Beoi;min C. December. !I, 1819. 21 4m -

the practice of Medicine, Surgery, and K: CASKS BACON SIDE!?, Lewis, 419.Qlement Ragging: anfl gale Rope
offer their H"ic" to the public. & O 10 Flour Groceries, &c. B. Barrett. For Sale. FRESh supply of ,NTUCKY BAGGING and

rr Ole over Drag Store.Monticello, Florida. I 0 buret Potatoes. "plIE defendant and alL ctheri\ iterested are here- THE subscriber offers for sale his interest in the A BALE ROPE, daily expected b Schr. Tallabase.

5. IfelM._3 )y !> Apples ,Q, 8. KNIGHT -C notified- of the commencement of this suit, :,kao\4I\.iVare and Tucker's pkuv tio.,. .. 2ICIiAUGHT & ORMOND.
ke$* Leaf Lard, returnable to a Justices Court to be held at Tallahasijco four mije.s from the AucilUFacry,on.the Augutfne Newport, Novembe; .18. 1844.Ta IS
DR. J. S. BOND f U Western Butter, HAVE just received a large stock ol GROCE on the 18th day December' next,and to appear Road.about twenty-six miles from Tallahassee and

OF7CRS hi. profession! ,rvice t the citizens \ dried P :l N. .. WESTERN PRODUCE, BAGGING and plead to the same. thirteen milK South of Monticelln. The land*are Turpentine Dippers.

an lucurrotnJinff country. Just reei'M harreJ per Schr.(TallahaMce., and for sale ROPE and every thing that pertains to their bus,- Given under my hand :and seal, this 27th day of equal to any iaMMdJe Florida. The tract contains have on hand a supply of the proper tool
Oficc .t c'.t, F 'h" 11.. by McNAUGHT OKMOND. call.ness. There can be nothing lost by giving them a November A. D. 1819. about 1700 acces of which my claim ,js 1060 arreSt WE for this business,which we offer for sale.

JIL4." 4 :;"Trrt. NorMr.brr ?', & H JOHN II. RHODES Constable. 1. R. TUCKER. McNAUGHT St. ORMOND-
1125 N'vejber : s. lt.. ,December ?, l9t IS. 20 3ql Monticet1.. November 4,181S.J 16 tfcb'19. Newport, November IS, 1 8. 13.