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: February 3, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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intercourse, bring' thC now, nt least, Co:: American ships engaged in KENTUCKY'S ,..-. -
rUBLinHki) EVERY f ATVRDAY.w ports of the West coast of Mexico GALLANT DEAD. a parcel !
the simpletons
China trade, or 05 made in it.- The following ; a proposition at 110 FOR CALIFORNIA.Ho .
voyages beautiful .
--- and I lines originally .
Oregon, 14,000 miles nearer to us than It is stated merchants in that in the ( appeared this' time to establish a line of balloons to (or the land
T i: It M s : they now are With steamers on each side that the new by engaged trde 10m.Journal They were written by Mrs England or China could not excite more ridicule Where each atom of sand .

T&o'E1: J OLL'nil per annum, if paid in advance.lc of the Isthmus that xvill go I miles an houra route of across the isthmus willsave SAIHH :, the occasion of Ihe removal of than his plan of running boats by steam I* into a dollar reducible, ; fl 4-

T" AM A HALF if paid wiiliMi simwitl(!s. speed cscertained to he : an average 810,000 a voyage, orG.30,000 the remain j of the brave sons of Kentucky who had power did then."Twenty And U onward you travel. ,

1'ovn DOXJ.ARS, if nol paid imtillhe end oftheycar.33Thew f t quite practicable ; per annum, in our commerce with fallen in the hstxvar: indelenceof I he frontier The "coarse kind oIgravcl"s
-passengers, (the mails, and small pacagel China, be ide ihe saving of interests on the from the city. of Monroe wt'sler years after Fitch's failure, Futon! AM tarns doubloon! in your crucible ; ,r
trims will be rigidly adhered Co, ando of light and valuable to a temporary sepulture succeeded in I
goods, be propelling a boat by steam from
capital in
may convoyed it With
lmplolc'c by making in Covinjton. picks, shovel* and basket .
will be discontinued UItilIlU from Jxvo voyages remains N. "
paper airearagtare New York San were acciden York to and
to Francisco buck
iu I 14 again. It And
.id, nne! .d at the option of .the publi.heis Suitecriben days I a year of one. This ma be set tally discovered by the good of was hogsheads (or caskets. ,
and people Monroe left
will beieceivoil fur three months at One from our Southern ports in much less down at about $150,000() annum. } engaged in while to him, after Fitch bad gone down to the You open the vaults creation ;

Dollar-*ix monthjat! $1 5J( I F.vcry older, (lor the time. Those xvho have been per long in the be it said irap-oving (their street, and (In their honor : grave poor and broken-hcaited, to complete Of the banks (of the river*) i i

paper out of this county must bra accompanied with Steamer. with a speed of twelve miles an whale sa that about en"aft.t nfttle trlY were carefully collected and temporarily amid the jeers thousands, and the doubting Become the receivers V.

fhe cash, unit-si the order colors through any vi utiregul.irly hour. would go from New York via the Isthmus i lime employed fishery ) one fiJrlh depositel in a place properly prepared at- hopes of few, what ihe latter had commenced, And place them in prompt liquidation1 '

authorized) events in the State. (lliroxving out the fractions)-to Calcutta in lo and a xvhaling voyage is consumed tended by a puUic procession, and other services and to change, as it were, in an instant, laughter The If YOt die pretty qniek '
going from the fi hiii" suitable nxt
returning to the man
i in, 47 davs ; to Canton in 3j:) to Shangae oa-aaion. The lint were written: and ridicule into wonder and admiralion.! !jrrar'yonr pick
__ ; I gr uind. The \ of AndneVr ti inks J-
. AIVF.UTIS1METSW : arl",1product thai I on the ol the of asking" whoae it ?' '
in .} ; to x alparniso m 1 17 to Uulloa I reception procession and the remains : Hut had Fulton deoended on American Then '
: sacking
m I'J branch m
ill be in!erted at t the rate ol One Dollar ,I ; ; of commerce is about ten millions of your gold 'J
twelve lint lor the first,and filly cent per.fur sqiurcof each (to (GIHJ8qui in Jj| ; lo Panama in 7 ; San dollars. This shows an actual loss of lime Kentucky Let mother of the bra"l! chanics for his machinery, as Fitch was ob Digs a pit in the mold H''

"u*>sequent insertion. A reasonable deduction Has} :; Mazatlan: in 14 ; to San Diego (equal to about 2,500,000. is estimated And wet fcolemn ( ayers be said liged to do, the probability is that 'he would And soon makes your final !eposife.Air .
< it
will be made on legal- notices, (''otatt.'lhtliC'"., year. in J 16 ; to San. Francisco in 18 days. that the new route will save one I half of this, The lo*ome ed an'<)gallant an honored dead grave! have been scarcely more successful than the the gold a* it shines
ly notices( without In the ,
alteration, latter. streams in
by persons having His the mines, '
The) statement, the New York Tii.bune i. or $1,250,000 l The of Thy engine was manufactured in Eug. ,
annum. gallant
gulvr account" with theoHice.All says per length they Would makes ,
tt'3'1 lm.t they come land, by Watt & IJoIton.! your eyes snap in their sockets,
niiouncemenls of candidate for office, FIVE that the voyage could he made by the the voyage now causes an average loss of 10 What will greeting hl? Filch used paddles, And (if you don't die) .

l'OLL4RfI-iu\'ariablv, in a
will t bc paid to any order Inr announcement, unc! s (fourteen days, cannot be sustained by any pIe. 000,001) annually. As we have no returns of And banners wating (free ? propel his boat, while Fulton more wisely WIth plenty of foclcs in your pockets.

All accompanied religious marriage with the and cash.obituary. notices publinhiHi ce-dent in ocean steam navi atinn.rem the number of voyages. made to the western No,toll for them the solemn knell, adopted! : the padd'e-wheel. What a change The chance, 'tis said. .,
both oceans and coast of America and Lft dirjrcs sad, be uuii has been wrought, by"this successful application Are that cold steel or lead
jraiuitou!)ly; but editorial notices for private mill-ponds, nothing but zephyrs as the distance by the And! be the Your
bent-fit will be charged as adveitiseuietits. to be encountered, it might possibly be nexv route to Chili, Peru, Ecuador, San Bias A pal, around flag 'they them loved flung.-o well, in of steam power, in travel, in commerce, But ir one affairs of those may(twain wind up or unsettle; .
and .
one. The statements in the above table are and Maz'ttlan: are reduced more than betxveenthe With of manufacturing in the general saving You should find in a vein,"
ordor time
JOB WOUK. open to the same objection, txventv-five. days United States and China, it xvill not be allhe; the battle youth imparts and labor You'll not want the yellower metal.
We are well prepared to execute Job Work, such from New York considered plain ; Mr. Fitch left a sealed nanpr which lip
to San Thn-e
is the shortest an over estimate( if stalwart
we assume that forms and iioble hearts -
bills, card blank ,
s ,
pamphlets &c., xvith n at- l lo be
nell' and All time which can i&My lIe calculated there viiI be a saving of about the same They come not back again. opened thirty'J ars after his The two Fnrlie in English
despatch.: work ol this n, upon. p-r death, and not History, 4
except for persons having earl} accounts with Next follows the ar lmltn; the repot that cent, (phi our commerce,xvith those ports, as has Young hopeful hearts in sorrow find, the sooner. At the expiration of In November
the (.olfice mu.t be paid fur on d<'li\' ry. European (jovcrmnents and capitalists have hl'I'1 stated with respect to the trade xvith Fond exes were xx-tt xxith tear-, I time it was unsealed, and was found to Parliament 1040, met that renowned f

refused to aid the making of a canal or rnil- China. This gives a little over $:WOOOO per And fond,v mourning mem" r> shrined contain nothing more than the prediction that, which in spite of many errors and i *

From the Baltimore Sun. road across the Isthmus: because it xvould annum.The. Their names for long, long years. when that paper should be opened, the waters disasters is justly entitled to the reverence *|

Rridgiii:; Hie Continent. I lend to aggrandize ibis The Committee memorialists propose to complete theRailroad A. erave to rest t in was denied lrlhe t United States, and especially the Wes and world gratitude of all! who, in any part of the t.
country.) 'nl brave, the g-illant tern rivers, would he navigated enjoy the blessings of constitutional
: in three sl.tnld ; by steamboats .
Congressional Jtcftorl on /Ac Isthmus Railroad. says years. They viiI then .\ fiu'nien leU them The ; government.
California has been added. have of teydi"d. prediction was fulfilled, for at the moment
now lo twenty control the
our territory years undisputed over Upon battle plain. of After
is on the Pacific. is the xx'ork before Nexv (Granada opening the paper, the navigable waters of I ten months assiduous toil,
Every body aware that projects) for uniting I l.lit\ct by many xvill have the !voice this the two house in
the Atlantic with the Pacific, by a cut across xx ho have: had the best opportunities of I form( ;. tight to purchase. It has been estimated in The siifi'eriiu soothing wounded and came to bless boats.country were literally covered with steam ed for a short September, 1641 I, adjourn. ,

the neck of our co.'iiinmi!, ', have long i ing an opinion that one hundl'et thousand} the report that,at the end of 3 years, there xvill N I. they in all.their helplessness; such the Such was the fate, such the prediction' Scotland. vacation. and the king visited
| :: The
Leen entertained. On tlm subject, \vu annex I emigrants wi go to that territor' within a probably) )be 500,000() people in California, and Were given to the tlame. was so far prescience in advance of one who, when living. the houses met again i i8 one of the day on which

nu abstract of the highly! interestingly report I year from !time. The that the gold 1 t lliey wi lequirean equal number of barlels Where Raisin sparkling xvatrrs glide, looked mankind as to be haliTe epochs in most remar-

made: I by T. II. King;. limn t the O umitcu: on region has attracted to it such nurnbeis for of and I the far quantity of beef" Through forest-grove, and glade nut upon as little less than stark mad dales Ihe our history. From that day ..

:aulttt ir to whom wa tefri red the all quarters, is sufficient, to .show! that agricultural poik' and other! articles of provision animally.I'hie Unending rr'ernm's "oil-thex died!, | there is another eminent inventor of parties which corporate existence of the Iwo great I
petition And : have
of Win. II. Aspiux'ull. J 'lm L.I .Stexens pursuits xvill I I be, abandoned I ) and t that *this saving on I the eight, by the nexv route I their graves were made. our I oxxn day, who, I am happy to say, is like. the ever since alternately governed i

and Henry Chaiincty.pr.iy, ., iugaid tlf the (Government I vast collection of people must be supported. xxill be at least one dollar per barrel. or one The Have friends who knew, their manly worth, have ly to share (Ititte a ilitForent fate from those I ,i distinction! country.which then In one became sense, indeed, the '

of the United J entirely I by of of millicn of dollars a these paed from 'time avvaj- mmtionrd. I allude to the distinguished I __ .... obvious had
i iJialcs: to coiutiuct a i importation provisions all year on agriculturalproducts The children, left beide their hearth. author nEllie Magnetic( Telegraph, \Ir. Iorsl' l j' :.n..J, <. iU ainija must trust for
railroad across the ;isiliinus of I'anaina. JII I kind;). When I he p"IHraliul thal! :IHHntlu( (I lo say nothing of the rumii: k.t t thus Are growing old and gray. -an invention which, literally annihilating ii has its origin in diversities of(temper, of un.

4 bah been a mall"f (''f wonder why 'his gn'atl I: the number supposed, t they wiI require! a sup. aflbrded, which woule otherxxi be unavailable Another'generation bears time and *pac, outstrips the sun in his derstanding, and of interest which are found

project has iificr before )been actually set a.1 j ply of an equal number I ia rrils of llnir.and beside the ":saving of tinvt in the voyage Their .htad!) and slow ; career, and by which we are able to hold rapid inn.i in all societies, and which will be found till

{ bt ut, when its entire practicability) and giea' u great vaiiely of oilier articles! of food.( and I the Juiciest t ui the capital employed in Another generation wears i immediate converse with friends the human mind ceases be drawn in opposite
dt"liralJcllellti: have loa At the rxnirntioii nf llin > lie ,, 'I trade.It For them the weeds of woe. our thougha directions
-" been u>ccrtaincJ. I < .Vl'ars.' ( tim- ,- .rim." tlH I thousand miles distant. by she charm of habit, and by the

Though not l'lp td'jgthaI all'i.cUlIIIIlI'cial' I"I j''po! -ed for the completion of the railroad: if is, of course, imposwible lo estimate the The pleasant hornet in which t they grew But, if Mr. Morse i k not destined to illus charm of novelty. Xot only in politics; but

Spain or the unsettled lepi.b'ics under xvho e i .the reports of I lie mineral wealth of Culiforni.i saving on the frcigrt of manufactured rrd.i.Ilat The Are now (the rangers c.ra; Irate the file of the distin2nishrd inventors al- ill. literature, in art., in science, in sur
dominion the ifctlnnu .ubseqi. ntly came, ( "lml be found to be true, it would pcihaps however, x\ill necessarily Ii(' very laige. The ay-11 loved-tcaulilll-ll.e the* are not there.tr"tf. Iii'led tn, he has not been entirely from I in mechanics- in navigation and agriculture,

should i>ccompi! it, vet it has 'been difficult not regarded; as visionary to suppose I that These I items are pic.seuied: for I lie purpose oj! I ihe ridicule exempt j nay, even in nvithematics, we find the distinc

to comprchcn i xxhy European/, governments !| at least halt": a Iliiul of p* opl<. ill 'hi't't: I living some definite idea of the vast importance The Within gallant' I Ihj dead holiest! Oh, hoard their tliiit t, vance of the usually work! t throxvn I cannot upon forget t tho'said e in Mr.ad- t ,tio j ;ti. Mveryxrhere there is a class of men

(England and France, i I found their l lu< who I bn t of t the xvoik .hrint; ( who cling with fondness
parlicu ar.) have not way wil emII'f.t proposed not xvith a view I is a JTI ud, a marred tf"l'nl"ir S.) the intense anxiety and suffering he underwent whatever ancient
'favored it, even heat meditated by their mo. I exclusively in colectiui g'ul! opera of t any approach! to the actual advantages deathless faint-ia thine. in 1512, while Congress and who, even when convinced by overpowering .
; asking
ucyed Mal) ('ts. Mr. Kind's is the only iu.IcJIigent lions', and COllwrc) ( xvants xvill, of which will be derived from it to aU branches ----- appropriation' (Jfmflney to enable him. lo an. reasons, that innovation would be bene

explanation-namely, that he himself I, course, be in proportion to their numbers and of our n iliojjai industry. This would be impossible. EM IX EX T VKXTOKS. an experimental from establish ficial, consent lo it with many misgivings andrehodings.
was not the first to perceive what he ''aim. i I the| success which may attend their uits. h We have not estimated lor: any' increase f'TJ)1lm: ;, FITCH, KULTO.V. AND 310151. this city to Baltimore, and xvhich I was an lo We find also every where an.other ft

clf was the first to announce-the lact that Tho* supply of t those xtanis' may, if the proposed of? our commerce with any part ol" the eye-xvilness.. While the bill this class of men, sanguine hope, bold in
At the making
ihe trade of the Old World, while opening a '' coinm'inicutions across tie I Isthmus b(' xxoild except California, nor, for that ter.itorr :Anniversary)' of the. Typographical aproprialion was before the House in Com.ap. speculation, always pressing forward, quick to

short passage bctxveen the two great seas I j| made, 1'1 sent t fiom our" CWI purls on this side after the first year that the road shall be in Society of the District of Columbia, \r. mittee of the Whole, as honorable friends discern the imperfections of whatever exists,

would entire entirely! to the comparative benrfit j 1 I of the Continent, thus aflotding an extensive op j ration. Rut it is Ie\e\"cd that tlc views I, Sargent.1 of-the formerly: noted as a correspondent noxv before me ( Mr. Holmes my of South Carolina disposed to think lightly of the risks and inconveniences .

of the cominiMce of the NtxvVt rld ; lhat {! maiket for our manufactures: ( and agriculturalproducts. and arguments presented in this report, together olone of .* IluJadcphla' papers" over the( aif.laftrc and Mi.I Seaton, of Washington,) will which attend improvements and

is to say, chiefly of us, it* great and fcole mar- with, llm items above Mated, are of: t OidM-hool, and now j rgrantatarrn t'-- > ,r uUt"ct'erJ possible) exertion disposed 10 give every change credit for being

atine aud industrial pow 'r. If hoxvover, our commerce with the Tcrri- a-itHc e.t importance justify (the favoiable action 0' the 1 House 1 Representatives>s: was made lo defeat it, and throw ridicule an improvement. In the sentiments of both

TII bill! accompanying the report Mipu. t lor"Iallli be r'rltJ lo find itl xvay' round ( of the GU\'Crllut on the recommendation -(being facts called in relation out, mentioned c\rl interesting the invention, by absurd and ridiculous amend.upon I classes there is something to approve. But

ls.tc the payment ol $ .'lnOou ;per annum fui j Ca'le I lur I pass: vice through I the trop. t of I he Committee. honorable to inventions" :- merits, such as authorizing an experiment to : of both the best specimens will be found not

twenty year to enable the Company to com. j I" lr Agriculture xvili I I bo entirely i deprived As it is quite impossible I lo estimate thefiticngth Til' gentleman, he said, has be made of running a railroad to the I far from the common frontier. The extreme
jilclc the work and in payment of the sTt'i. of this maiket, because: i is i \\'llmlwn that of the I nax-al and lane forces which ;t spoken of i the inxentorof printing John Gulemberg establishing a lint' of balloons to the planet, section of one class consists of bigoted dotards;

Ct'l to be rrndcied by the Company.: The '\ it i it. almW impossible! to preserve( and mi}' required on the Pacific California( anil t of Mayence. The f.ue of thisdistitiguished Saturn, or something of the kind-amendments -I lahe extreme section of the other consists of
t of
report, after Mating that the memi'miiMs! hold! many other articles equally! as perishable! !.. so :i' Oregon() during the til) years, from the COt mankind n'uiuJJ meol which I am happy to met no enj shallow and reckless empiric .
that of otheis xxho
1 charter: for forty,nine ycai'b from tlt Jov. | many; months, on sl.ipl."arJ) in the warm lat i. : plelion of t lIt ro.id, t the committee do lot Ij.t I I discoveries haxe, conferred, by their inventions and 'j couragemrnt from, but xx'cre opposed in a proper When, in October, 1641, the Parliament re.

(ll'tnt' of Net (Jrana; !fa, imhjs'ct'j tii purchabc' i j l hides( I thioiigh which they xvould have lo ;paw. : j IIti1cJ in :making a calculation! xxhich miiiht ills incalculable bene- spirit by. the honorable; gentleman from assembled after a short recess Iwo hostile parties .

'by Ihe (j jovenuncnt at the end of nvrnty y(*au;, j' TliPn 1 fiie, the California mailed would of. i le entirely ('rrm'oU!. I wil readily be per- ,I I l upon b (the those human xxho tmih. I willl. recollected S. Carolina, (Mr. Holmes.) essentially the same with those which,
at engih into : u1be! I I be ceix-ed, boxvever'(' I that h a is ; \ his history h To under different names, Late ever since .
goes a c.kuatioa :lhal. :, UPCf sMiy) f-'ipplied at very high pricj-s. tIC no Irufali. ) a sensitive manlike Mr. Morse, and contended
I t t I
lages to our comineicinl/ inifie t jf fcucli} a j! f mom Chili other !utl'S bordering the I'.i- :!i! i ily that there/ \vill be "lppl.! of as presume most ofthnM* \111 are here one who like him, had thing at stake, !! and are still contending, for the direction .
; every
iai, ed in the, assembled arc, that he unfortunate in hi' of public atl'tirs
Connection; L the cific. \"al appeared (
I\e1 two CCC.UC over the j :e viexvs alone: if pjoperly ctl id. t country consequence of its u ies' attempts to c ist ridicule upon his iuvent confronting
tedious pas: .ag'h i by eithr Cape. The rrpcut ,I (' I't. po>sess ftiflicient! foice, it seems lou", 'lo biipp<;&ed mineral xxeallh, that every article cuiincctioiis iu business : that he entered into ;t t lico.luartiiershup ; or disrovery xverp excessivly dishearten- I each other. During some years they were

(urnisheK the fou\viiig!| table hliowingthut Europcan 1: j j'hliftll"' faxorablc action of Ciox-rrnment on 'I of 1 supply fur both anus of t e si-nice mut bei : will the celebrated Fust, or i; j ill, g and painfii!. lie felt them keenly, and designated( as Cavaliers and Roundheads.-

ports are 1 ,:UU njileh, or two wed j Jt jI I the LI''ppliati1 of t the "1'mliali.!S. The i carried j ruin I this side of the I-thmus., Ttm :! Fau't, 'lown to us as Dr. Fau tii with xvhom''j j, was wrought up by them to a most intense They were subsequently called Tories and 4
he had la suit which,
xx resulted in his
nearer than we were to all the other ports of"i i (propofed communications wil I al\.o increa-e I j, xvould render the conveyance round Cape" a ruin, j state of excitement, and Mifioring. But, for Whigs ; nor does it seem that these appella. '

the word except tlCtlallic' polls,' ot 1 ih* .4 ip.\ consumption of our CII"I and Iti,. Hor h very expensive; and a transit; over the : and the transference of all his printing mate- I I ,Innately, : there xvere good sense and liberality lions are likely soon to become obsolete. It
CUUfl rials, UiblcK on hand, &c., to the I latter.. xx-ould 'be
cOltil.eut north of the equator and j I r ics, ,by biinging: the places! of supply and de- railroad a saving to a very J\qt amount. < I enough in the House to resist these ungt'ne- not difficult to compose a lampoonor j

the West (udit". I maud so much nearer logilbrr.I Uecupitulation of the 'foregoing amounts,p The celebrated Doctor) grew rich out of his : j.,(tis assaults, and to authorize the experiment- a panegyric on either of these renowned

From Liverpool. From ?s. York. !I 1 I has aln.adj been" rcmatki'd, that our i ilr tu hich, j it is believed, xvill be saved: L the construction invention and I pioperty, while (Guteni'ierg! : j i! ttlline telegraph, which has now been exiciulw'd fa ctious. For no m in not ut'erly! destitute of
To Mil-s Miles.:1: on ( (' fiom lyiropp; to the IHII.| of the. proposed railroad : ) pined and finally died in poverty. The Due-11| ( by private enterprise thousands of I judgment and candor will deny that there are (

Calcutta via Cape Good Hope Hl.UUO) () 17.:>UU | muse I is equally I true tl.at the poits of Cal. In the China trade S:, :O.UOO lor, it is well knoxx,, became suspected of i i miles, and will soon connect every city iu the many: deep stains on the fame of the party to
i : t for 20 being colleagtifd with the devil, from the fact I : which he belongs, or that the to whichhe
Calcutta via Caue 111,000) ) I' 'iforia arc on the xx-ay-side from the I.tlluuf per IUJ"1 years $1,000,000 1 ( : Union. party
lor 4IOU j In the whalo ( of his being ublc to produce Bibles with such! [ is opposed boast of .
of justly illustrious
Mami'.U $2,250,000 may
Canton via Cape (;un Hojw It- tOO) I j and the Iast I Indies.I1 t.'f' I many
HJiUU ll be annum t 20 astonishing rapidity and all exactly resembling GmLs or THC(UiGirr SORT. fn names of many heroic actions, and of
Canton \'il Cap Horn :W.O) :'JL-'jOO 1 I! may regarded as u fortunate circumj' ( J years 45UIUOUU() conse-
Valparai via Cupe Hum 1 1.-100(( J l'J.900 I 'Calico tint this charter has fallen into I lhj ,, In trade with the vest coast each other as they necessarily must, being 'I qift, ice of the reduction, of wages in the Lo. many great services rendered to the state.-

C \'ia Cape Horn 12.000(' 13.501)1: )() ,i halls of our UWI citizens, and that their (it' America, exclusive of our printed upon the same I Ijpe. I fear that I well factories, some of I the :irIs! intend to leave The truth is, that though both parties have
Jao J for aid ap-i Terriloiies200.000! Ihe charge of his being colleagued with the I t tt the mi'ls. They xvould like good situations often seriously erred, England could have
enable annum
Horn ) plication the Covcruinrnt; per
Juaysquail via' Cape J2.HOO()() I :;:> i i i1'anama miy It
,'in Cape Horn 1 4,500() 1-:1 1( in granting it t, to place such restrictions onj' for :20 Jean 4,000,000( exii one was not without some truth ; at least t elsewhere, and Ihe following paragraph, cop. spared neither. IF in her institutions, freedom or

San HUs via Cape Horn Ki.tHHI J7 HUUU,-(I() their futuiR ,mo"eltIt, as shall J be a perfect On the freight ot flour, 11f he Deemed* (10 have been instigated by him in i ied from OPC of their pipers, will show what and order, the advantages arising from'I;

Mtzatlan via Cape Horn 10.000 16,01)0 tU) ) guaranty). against any Iltill of the Compaj pot I 'k, &c. >l,000,0t)0( ) per al. his I treatment of GiUemberg. they are cap.ible of doing :_" \Ve are noxvxvorknrg innovation and the advantages arising from ..

San Diego 'ia Cape Horn (! adverse lo iutoreMs. num fur .0 years 20,000,000( h But, sir, the l fate of the inventor of printing; I out our notice, and shall soon be out I prescription, have been combined to an extent .
17,000 1 16.500
San Francisco via Cajw Horn 17,500( 19,000The ( ) j j Speaking of the Treaty with New GranaI I I j wall not a singular one ; it was such as otherBenefactors 'j.i lof f cmplo'lIJrllt-can turn our hand to most L elsewhere unknown, we may contribute

of this difference I da by which the right of across the hth. Total S-5OUO,000( of mankind have met with. I It':I anthing-don't like to lie idle-but deter this happy peculiarity to the strenuous con. .

all cause viiuels! from our ag'iin&l: to us, is, j j jtlitl I mus guaranteed to the United way States (Jox-crn.: It xvill be perceived that no attempt Ial, : was the fate of Fitch, Philadelphia, the first i I mined not to work for nothing where folks diets and alternate victories of two rival con- j j

south of the line bund 1011 places ment 'for twenty years, the : been made by the addition of' interest to those:: nan who ever applied the power of steam I to I : can aflord: to pay. Who wants help ? Wecan federacies of statesmen, a confederacy zealous- {
or of the nays
,Capl crr ss the Atlantic beyond to (the Azores I This is, in fact, a defensive report league on our I items, to swell the amount ; and the sum total i the propulsion of vessels America, and who I II make bonnets, dresses, puddings, pies or; for authol ity and antiquity' and confederacy *
is only as conveying I constructed a steamboat. Mr. Fitch, you are cake ; patch darn, knit ; roast, stew and fry zealous for liberty and progress. It ought tobe '
M'estern Islands fur the ff fa. part xvith New (; : in which we virtually I i- presented a very faint t ; ;
purpose finding rlluJ idea of the aware, sir constructed a boat and make butler and remembered that the difference
voraLle winds, while vessels from Ilritisli 'I guarantee tl r sovereignty and indepen-ii. benefits which xvill result to our : irobably cheese, milk cows, feed the between ;-r

run down to the same latitude and f/rtsl'Se deuce for 20 years, and as much longer as agriculur., commerce and manufaclmes, from: !,, steam engine, and succeeded in running his chickens, and hoe corn ; sweep out the kitchen t the two great sections English politicians- !

without the of n ither party the other of" its intention construction of the proposed) work. boat on the Delaware river from Philadelphia. put Ihe parlor to rights ; make beds, split has always been a difference rather degree t t

to avail themselves necessity of) the cto>sing the ocean I'! j I! of lhalnulif' a reform" of> the- The! committee rccoullclt therefore, this L t to Burlington, in 1787. His invention and I wood, kindle fires, wash and iron, besides 'being than principle. Theie were certain limit* '

The sam advantages.' treaty. This is a departure from a grant of 8'- per annum be made to experiment were partially mccessful : that i remarkably fond of babies ; in fact, can on the right and on the 'Jefrwbich were very 1 1rarely
construction of the very "iac
proposed railroadacross <1 our f hitheilo and its the memorialists for the purpose of enabling: Ihey were not entirely so was probably nxving I do anything (the most accomplished hotisexvife overstepped. A few enthusiasts on one I i !

the Uihmu, wi not only do away this tion is reign policy to be found in; Ihe exigency)'jmtifica-of, them to complete the work, on the conditions to the very imperfect manner in which the 1 is capable of not forgetting the scolding on side were ready to lay, all our, laws and fran- j

advantage over us now possessed by European I the case. This therefore, is but sin staled in their memorial, which is annexed to machinery vii con!truc'tI. There were Mondays and Saturdays ; for specimens of chises at the feet ( four kings; .JA few enthusiasts '
and treaty a j-
commerce tide in navigation thus but will turn the pie advertisement to all the xx'orld hat for the this report, marke A. Their chater, from no mechanics in this country at that time spunk, \ ill refer you lo our overseer. Speak on the other side were bent on pursuing, [ I'

our favor, : the Gun ufNew Granada allow them competent to construct machinery perfect quick Black eyes, fair foreheads, clustering through endless civil troubles, their darling
next 20 at leabt with the rmcnl
The average distance from Liverpool, London I year we \\1, permission i to hold steam. The locks l beautiful Hebe phantom ofa But the .
I. of New (Granada, cross the Isthmus eight years in which to complete (their railroad. enough consequence as a can sing like a great majority
and lane to Panama, by the new route, I Thcv to finish it in three was, bat it was constantly giving way and geltin" I- seraph, and. smile most bewitchingly ; I of those who fought for the crown were
of Panama and intorfeie.r vearn.i any
ii I rnoM t not
4,700 from New York the difhUH'L The This will be PWJust having: of five -abovc t IanJlhing out of order, unable at best to bear elderly gentlemen in want of a housekeeper averse to despotism ; and the great majority .

)iOOO tulles, from Charleston 1,400 Horn( guaranty of the Gm'crmtmt of .Sexv il'ms siioxvs an annual; Jear.'fI .- like the pressure now applied.- or a nice young man in want of a wife, vi I' lI of the champions ofpopular rights were averse
Granada the
feavannah 100! from New Orleans atvl. Mobile to Government of the U. Statesof UOOO, which J for the five Q., These difficulties were must dishearten" ; but ling l to sustain either character, in fact we are to anarchy. Twice, in the course of the seventeen'h
of : years amount(
i 1CUO-making*n distance from the lighl way or liansit across the ; wit them that of xvanl of in the the two
average to 21250000. It xvill be perceived how superadded 10 was pecuniary i market. Who bids Going l going, century, partIes suspendedheir *
our principal Atlantic and Gulf Isthmus Panama, upon any mode of commu. enable, him his I dissensions and united their
exporting ports it is that the road means to to perfect machinery : gone.'ho s the lucky man strength in
very important shall be <
of 1,600 miles to Panama., If therefore we nication that how cxits or that may be 'here I con and experiments. Mr. Fitch expended ; 7"s common cause. Their first co.'ditioo're.
for the sake of the that European after constructed, ," simply) means that the gov. pleted as soon as |HssibIe. One year's delay and assisted io ( heriditary \ '
Their 'second
admit argument, I all his own means was I monarchy.
of wi cautC nearly as great a loss as the xvholu A Scene not in the bill-A RaH a Rat!-
with the Pacific the eminent New Grnda not forbid us : others but failures coalition rescued constitutional '
commerce Ocean freedom.
wi amount proposed) ) to be granted to I the some extent by ; repealed Tho Yankee Blade tells a story ofa greenhorn Its *
East India and China seas, will take the new from crossing the Isthmus a railroad if we ill yearly payment*, for r Ixventy company and the incredulit/ the public, as well as who was absorbed during the closet i also to be noted that these two parties have 1 .

route across limo Isthmus, there will he a dif. 1)3y'f r it-or that the clizl'nl of the Uniled There has not been an accurate years. of those who rendered assislance, soon cut offal scene in Hamlet, where the prince upbraids I never been the whole nation, nay, that they '

frrence of :3,400 miles -in our favor. Add 1 lotbii Slates may be required pay as much a theGoveinmnent tha Jute by the proposed road, and survey consequently resource, and ho was obliged to abandon his his mother. A rat, taking advantage ol the have never, taken together, made up a ma

the 1,500 miles now against us, and we of New Granada may consent no precise estimate of its cost. Fromthe invention, and be content lo pine in penury of the stillness, approached the peanuts, etc, jority j of the nation. Between t them has al. .

Ihal gain h)' this channel of communication, that the citizens of that republic shall pay- best data at command, Col. J. J. Albert the remainder of hw dajs, though he died in which Jay at his feet in the pit. The countryman ,ways been a great mass, which ha* not steadi.

our relative posjion to those parts! of the (hough he merchandise, sulyects, or citizens ; estimates the cost of the work at 81,335,760.: ( [) limo full belief! that the day was at hand xvhen finally found the varmint nibbling his; i ly adheard to either, which has sometimes 4

\or1d, a distance of 4,000 mill, or 42 days. of other countries' 'ligl be allo.rcd to pass at I 1 not be considered if xve all the principal waters of the United Stateswould shoe-leather, and prepared for action. At remained inertly neutral; and has sometimes

In the out and we shall have half the price. guard against ;impositions ( wi 604,240 for fireproof extravagant warehouses d be navigated by steamboats. this moment the cry Polonious behind the oscillated to and fro. That mass has more
the avantage of in any quailer, and e.curetbe intercut of thejsiitrt1 ** It was lot to become acquainted withan than once passed in a few (from
our European Cm1letitor. &c., &c., making round sum of $Z',. my arras aroused the mad prince, who rushed up years one ei-
9,20 miles, and 84 days, a compared "itL States beyond contingency, the Com. pot&000,000 as the probable a ultimate cost of the aged gentleman in Philadelphia, some the stage,crying out A rat a rat! dead for theme to the, otfier, and back again. Some- I'

,, present route. mittee have deemed it proper, ill the bill sub- years ago, who informed me'that he was oneof a ducat !" just as the countryman brought times it has changed sides, merely }becausrt.it \ '
''I'e milted herewith, to provide that ,a large ma. work.The those who contributed to aid 1\1' was. tired
rrportarguesbatttie commerce of Eu- means r. down, with crushing force, his coxvhidc boots supporting the same men, some '
r ,p will the gul [Indies, Ch'na and I lie, j jorily of the tock of the railroad lay be held proposed grant xvill five per cent. on Fitch In his enterprise. I inquired of him upon the.offending rat's bead, and leaping I to times because it was dismayed by its own ex
inx-e. and will .
tnestI coast of America must fall into our, by American cilizens.TheJltuuus I, the proposed tinpiit the not proba.bly why more pecuniary means were not furnished his feet, he cried with delight" rhis way l ce s(sometimes because ii had expected imposaibililius ,. '.
;Laadi though some' may doubt "the cogency of T<:huantep
:lts rea,oning. ,. patched very *uum arily Ly the,Committee.The would pay annually for the services reply was,'' Because Filch, and 'all l who assisted at the same ;instant )holding, up his mangled i whenever' it has leaned with it* whole wr ight ,

LA: uMc distances to various ports beyond report then concludes with: the estimates stipulated by the memorialists to be per him-were so laughed at and,ridiculed, t that victim by the tail, to the viewof the xvholc.theutre. .. in either direction,resistance has fur the lime, f
t Capes of the benefit xvhich, ur commerce formed. .. ashamed be to have
: agricnl. they were lo seen-or aujr been impossible.
i"tu.ho\'ing, lo the' !
S i according
: '
_ _
and niaiiufacturcs will derive fr ** itMofePcclouiMelal.rAccounts further to do with him.
':lbl new route, across the isthmus lure l thing
:1 bring 1S tus Inure 1bannflus'erL4gUof 10,000) co 11Jctoll cube proposed road i iIn from' Aus.tratia Alt.; Sargent remarked, that the old gentle.mail Among the bills" which passed! f the New The murdered body Thomas Moore, recently .

nearer the Ent Indies, China the year 1641, 57 American shlpscleared state that very rich mines' 'of lead and he bad mentioned said ,that\ Fitch 'was: Hampshire house of representatives, was.onto frym-E clan ,'xras found in a chest in

o South America on the\ Pacific and, and at the custom houws of Canton iitid.il i. be, silver have been discovered hear Tort.Adelaidem generally considered crazy, and all who bad "' protect chastity." 'I'hesenate_ threw, it I a room i l if New Orleans, which he rented with. 4'.'

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:!-::-:- -_ .ST i __1'_ __ _.__ ,_ ._. o _.__ -- _- ____ L,LI__ __ Letter*' from ; -.-" '
-' htt the Wilmot Proviso in term should .uromt .outher MeeUn -
efer no I 0
old-Ilo\v FonntlValiln II. SUBTERRANEOUS CANAL TiE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL.n e enacted by Congress deeming .enacment.a Every thing we hear from the gold region, *n"but ie following account of the final

We-allude a few days since (sap tbe Phila. CONNECTING TiE PACIFC. irritation and alarm of many to confirm the first accounts,which were at theme Southern( members in meeting

delphia Bulletin) to the article on gold, in the Thp New Orleans Courier of the 3J inst. A. E. MAXWBIjYj & H. B. HILTON tuents'but Proviso or no Proviso they never expect ti considered' 10 extravagant .and improbable. he, Waihington, i'ror
:'a foot of west of the Rio Grande. correspondenca of
to see Slavelmilory the
Want of Richmond
of Ch
Encyclopedia mi.try. ppace in French of subterraneous official let. Enquf.
publishes arcount some
an 1 AND pflCi'RIETORS. At least of them would not have slaverytexten- The Union has recently published
has prevented our copying any portion of il canal which, it is alledgcd, has beendikcovcred -- .- ded if hal c0l1d. They reit the Proviso strenu:, CM on the subject, from which we make extracts rer.Ve regret the want of unanimity, but ;

until to.day, though, at the present season: few connecting the Atlantic and Pa. Saturday, February 3, 1849. ously, for the reason above menio! led. not becausethey will be seen that there are two sides to the pic. are rejoiced at the tone determination I

things!we presume, could bo more interr tin cifir Oceans The story is well told, but expect or wish to extend Slavery." I ure-one shining and glittering with the richest heated members. nan" .

As gold is mostly found in its native state, it wi hardly hold water." The Washington Or::; We are ,requested to state (bat the sale C lee \T, are told to the, that Wilmot the Southern Proviso, because Whigs in it reasures of gold, while Ihe other exhibits di.easf among .V ..

has been known tlnce I ihe earliest historic period translates Ilp story, and we publish it by Executors of the valuable property lielonginglo will ongress frighten object their conttilucntt, not because they and hardship, and lawless contusion. Those who To the Editors l -

; and is usually obtained, when found at for the benefit of the credulous and incredulous the estate George Kingsleydecea.sed are opposed toil themselves Oh, n.says the TH. design going there in quest fortune, would do well of !Enquirer.
all with less trouble than other metals. The : bun'h e Editor\ one of the honorable member WASHINGTON, January 22, P. M. -
has been 'fThe look closely at both sides, and to arrange their .
postpoxttd.! .At least hialfofihem would Hot have
Encyclopaedia' : o Congress The
A French physician' (established Vera Paz indl'fniel. Southern members met in the Senate
GuM i found in grains, !lamin.T, and larger who, besides piacticing medicine, has the sale was to pac! at Jacksonville. slavery excluded if they couM. Igure. accordingly. Chamber pursuant to Mr.
U. Met.
William Rich A. adjournment
The Democratic pre :ate already publishing Paymaster S wn-te o'ot. ;
disseminated in gravel and sand, extensive limning estates, making on the 5th of March next. f calfe President and Mr. Venable
mu&(8 eharge upon .. t this Incur the Tribune show that the Whig are lows from Monterey, (Cal.) on Ihe 23d Oct. last : Secretary
derived from the disintegration of veins. Il i is some excavations, undertaken with tho not sound upon the slavery question. Mr. Greely, I Mr. King, Senator from Alabama stated that;
L The (fever bad and the _
usually associated with talcose rocks, its im.tntdiate \'icw.lfmnin a canal through which to carry Southern Rights nnil Southern t Ihe Editor of I he Tribune, they say i i i. a member of collected gold has not razes diminished as a,ever hut increa"ed.PrO'510n quantity .-- the committee of fifteen had adopted an Ad.' -

,, gungue being quartz. Its original his produce to the sea, discovered at the Presses. Congres* and a Whig-i upon the ground., and :. clothing, and all the necessaries ol life, dress a a substitute for that drawn bj MI. .
of the Southern Whig
position seems to bo in iron or arsenical 1 py rite*. bottom of I tll. bay of Honduras the opening or I is with sincere pleasure that we quote the knows the Icntimeni. I are at mtnt exorbitant prices. Living was always, Calhoun, and reported to the, last .
The alluvial arc washed for gold the We do not belivc that Mr. Greely represents them expensive in this country, but now it passe* all meY.'ingV;
; monumental canal wide which he asked
deposits a
Reventy.five incites f flowing eloquent and fervid appeal from the c correctly. His twA father to the tAn"lh.f reason-board four dollars d five tosix to have read by Mr. BerrieA
per y washing
veins are regularly mined. Small quantities (j about two bundled, and forty feet) and run. of the Georgia the
the ,
Republic, a thorough Whig paper of Augusta. L believe in integrity SUlher Whil! I dollars perdozen. Merchants'clerks are receiving draughtsman therof There
of""old. are found in Germany, France, Brit- ning in a straijhtlinc towards the south-west, wethouuht they were;as Mr. Greyly represents from 51.80 to 3,000 per annum alary What upon, Mr. Berrien .from
sin, etc., Larger amounts arc obtained from its sides conltructed of enormous stones Georgia. Here art given us "thoughts that we would not be found in the ranks of their nefarious t the government will do for civil officers, I do not the clerk's table a powerful address V

Hungary. The quantities found on the Ural rudely cut. The two walls, which continued breathe and words that burn ;" the perusal of treacherv. Hut ire tee the consequences of to a know. Salaries wil have to correspond with the the people of the whole very Union to
Now North
have so increased that it is !supposed that the parallel, had Icel l followed to the distance of which wo doubt not will thrill our readers n want t fhe people of UNITED of the \CTIN.. appeal we to the appeal firmer times.in the The United pay States governors, will, judge hardly,compare&c., as allowed withu South, describing the course of, aggressionupon and

value of the eame weights of rm'tal wi be feeveralleigucs.Having l $ ( ourselves with emotion. In our sincere ad. at his firesid 1 N it not eftentiat, that we should that paid to salesmen and shop clerks here." tbe rights of tbe South heretofore pursued
lowered. is in this that largest b united, should *how our htmd, should speak outoldly. "
I depotite reached the, foot of the mountains, e the
Thomas 0. Larkin: Navy Agent&c.wrote from u by Congress of the United
miration of the bold and tone which movement. and
mmly check the anti
; have b in order lo I slavery States
specimens : been found, ole obiaineiin where the volcano: of Fuego is now in activity, t the the certain of the
to of
Our diri. ioni in Washington are claimed at endeneethat same place Secretary Slate, under date nnn-slaveholding
characterizes the its fearless and ap
1942, weighing 100 pounds Troy. Gold! and( having cut away huge trees that obstructed lrplblc in we ARK NOT TRUE TO OURSELVES.In of t t'ilh November, follows : pealing to all parties for forbearance. Mr.
i is aluo found in in the interior of the under vault of manly course in behalf of the South, we arc i I a
many places entrance, passed a Southern King Alabama
tlt'j I. order to show the Old clfecU u- .The digging and washing for continues to moved that the report to
Asia, Africa, and in Australia. In Mexico I 100 metres in hci (about 334: feel,) and of'!II. ready to forget much whicl has: of late been nanimil,.'.\ copy\ following from the same article i increase,on the Sacramento placer\ ,foJ_ far a regardj received, and that the vole be taken uoon .nh

and South America, il is chiefly olJlai/IJ/ by tho same width as the canal. Nothing amongIhe | seen in other Southern' Whig Inclosing of the Ne\' York TriIJmE: tie number 01 persons engageu in me business, and stunting the addrJ of Mr. Berrien for that
washing alluvial deposits; one pieCe is said lo I t ancient Cyclopean striuctit' res in Greece ppr. .Hut for what, it may be asked, did the Whigs t he !me and clnan/il'( the metal daily obtainuf.I .- o Mr. Calhoun. He hoped Mr.

have In'el found in Paraguary, weighing 5U() could give an adequate idea of the : their eyes to ''he many dangers of the South engage in this:sectional caucus? I answer I have had sevrral piece of gold aboutwcntythreu dress would be Berien'l.d. ;'
tfmenhns to help bully the North out of the abolition t carats fine.weighing from one to two adopted as a substitute. Mr.
)jI3. In the U. S. i hu; been observed in 1 I masonry)' of(he walls of this vault. The.! canal which threaten-in lulling into unsuspecting simply of the Dillrict Slave Trade. That has been pounll,,and have it Irotn good authority that pieces Mason, Senator from Virginia, led cfTin

Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, And in I I I was filled with salt water, twenty metres deep. security their readers, when there is so much effected bv the success of Mr. Stuart's motion to re- lave been found weighing sixteen pounds. Indeed, position to Mr.. address. He laid op.
H nearly continuous line from Pennsylvania to Our consider. We shall t in sight of Mr. Gott's( I have heard of one specimen that weighed twenty- (
; u
intrepid countryman did not hesitate to u t to alarm, and in 'joliti- never get i it was in the nature of !
Alabama/ long the more or less altered rocksand embark with Indians in which deu'ouncng a elfsh resolution again. It is suspended between heaven five pound There are many men at the placer, a "petition of right"from
some a pirogue,
cal advocates of disunion who June last had the South to the North
villifying as not hundred forbear
partisans and earth like Mahomet's coffin, and there will remain In one dollars, now asking
worked from tha
is Uapjiahannock, in I he caused to be brought} in the upot, and eighteen will be i of from five to thousand do ance but the
all those of the opposite who till the resurrection. But Mr. Colt il possession twenty holding out promise of submit.
Virginia, lo the Coosa, in Alabama, both byalluvial hours afterwards, (if his story is to be believed party were here next Section, and more such-and therewull be J ars, which they made by digging; ( old-ami trading sion. He was not justified in
washing and from veins. The pyri- ,) ho entered the great ocean, (the Pacific not content that the Wilmot Proviso should 1 I another resolution. This disgraceful traffic must with the Indian Several, I believe, have made such language. The holding of any
tons ores have not been Ma seek another and more congenial refuge." more. A common calico Itirt.or even a silver dol- Legislature Virginia
yet w"keel" ) bet.veui Guatemala and San Salvador, be passed, and very abolished in the District had just declared that
l has been taken she would
by an Indian for gold, 'without not submit,
Thc most 1 1 In this Mr. Greely tells us plainly, that the re- lr .
obtaining gold immense
natural called
ustal'mlthrK through an / by ( of Columbia without egard to size and half and he should
an indignant much
grotto pro. r ; a to one ounce of gold- as her ff ntirnents .
consideration of Mr. resolution! lo misrepresent t
is by I washing tht bed of rivers, as is the fishermen of that the Ie.vil's! Mouth Got's tea owing
coast to J6-i.
I'r test and a call to resistance-Southern whig the Southern meetingThat resolution' was an induction say $3 $ now considered the price of a as he would his own if be wer'to I
now being in C'li lrnia. It is also which superstition bad deterred them from : to the Committee of the Territories, to report shirt,while from three to ten ounces is the price of t hold out the idea of fulng ;

sought after in tbe ore, however. The follow. over entering. The whole vaulted part of presses have surely made an offering to theunity ; a territorial bill ti& the IVilmot Proviso.N.JW .- 1 blanket. One hundred dollars a day for severaldays Mr. Bayly did not what

ing directions apply to either case : this superhuman structure was lighted I by r of their party which has not met the ap- Mr. Greely ad"it that i\\ejirt\\ meeting of remuneration in succession lor the was labor and .considered a common i between Northern see right we had to

The simplest mttho of testing auriferous -haft cut through to the surface above, nnd rI I probation of Southern men. were tht>|Southern mtmLeu.by one sentiment(when it ,wan) checked supposed Ihe they advance few work over a month at a of time a gold-digger, a the fatigue, though is and interpose their constituents. We have representative the right to

sand is to wash over careful and repeatedly: through its whole extent it is for the very great. From July to October one-hall cf the
) navigable Our readers know that the House of Rep of the abolitionist, Hence we see the good address our own constituent, but he taw DO
with water, agitating so that the largest ships. firmness and unanimity. Mr. Greely does not forget gold.hunters have been afflicted either with the ague
resentatives have instructed the and fever the propriety in our addressing the people of the
gold subside and the appropriate or intermittent fever and twenty days
particles inCongress
may decanting 31. Alexander Humboldt had: already mentioned to tell us tint more like tr. Volt wi be
water *o a to carry offihe fine sediment ; then American edifices whose architecture; committee to report a bill excluding slavery al the next tesnion. Yes, h. us, that absence from the placer! during, those months is necessary North. He made an explanation of his court*
to there diseases. There have not, in committee this !
to pulverize the residue finely and wash again: I, indicated a very high antiquity, and revealed I from tie new Territories-they know that the the battle perch will upon be the fought blood over red thenand banner ofa that vit.Jrywil however, been escape many latal cases. The gold is now Mr. Foff? on d rfnded lulec.address of Mr. \:

repeating this operation until ni the :gangue a peculiar civilization ; but his learned d". same body has lately h a solemn vote expressed : We are cool cMm and considerate. sold from the smallest imaginary piece in size to I. Berrien, and said it not ;
i in washed and only remains. ) thesuperabundant pieces of one pound in weight, at $16 per troy ounce was crouching or sup.
is the
away scriptions give no idea of the existence C.f What we write not impulse passionnor .
u itself in favor of in its
Vein gold not containing pyrites be, similarly such What then allowing negroes re ardor adevotion to S.-ulher rights lor all the purposes of commerce; but those who plicatory tone. It took high, manly V
treated, beginning with pulverization.' bus a. monument. great pe.oplo, i I, Hiding therein to vote on the question of ahol ant ilterp.I.. Wejdinit. lhat we love the South,we are under the necessity ol raising coin to pay duties. ground. He would sustain no other sort of"
inhabited these 1 Should this the
regions to government are obliged to 'Irom 310 to
Love her old red hills, insti/ accept
fields.hcr herpatriarchal
If lhjj ore abound in the best method slavery in the District of Columbia : $1 I All the coin in language.Mr.
pyrites news be confirmed, then, f maritime commu.nication N uhing tutions. We hive her more devotedly, because the per ounce. Caltori.likely Stephens had been
is to pulverize, roast thoroughly, wah over r, is at once established between the I they know that instructions have been givelby Ii whole world tctws tn be against hiT There are to be locked up in the custom h01 e. 3' hash t tar Georgia opposed
nnUv rrmid wnth, '. id of( our Congress is in force here in regard to the to nil action in the beginning, and had been
> naain. until llm paiitfim it ttvri li,tr J"|il < r* *, lliroliyli rontro of th a that! those who would make a desert of( Ihe blooming,
all washed .1" assembly to a committee to ng i in receipt of confirmed in that view. He should
The draw
nearly away. former meth. American continent and Ifcvuly Silih. If w* had a thousand lu-arls.spring money. not

od gives a tolerably close analysi i!, but it I is nothing to do but to,cut through Europe wi have I a bill to suppress the slave trade in the District I. ing withjoyoui/ life they,Ti'rUTiov should all be hers, where placer.Could a51 I know\ou know it, the would va'ue(Link of Ihe California had been a comparison; between the two addressee with 1 1a i
more accurate in both Itlllul and SCRIPTURE, theCo: Jl"TICt and evenHUMAXITT I you view to choose either. )' Ir. Berrien's
cases to wash the' reat. ofSucz. ; yet after all this, Democratic editorsarc ARB UPON hER SIDlvThis instrumental. in obtaining a n.ost t spendid purchase was
er part ofthc gangue: away dissolve the rcs denounced agitators and disunionists (or our country, to put no ether construction on the the more mild, and Mr. Calboun's the more' "
i is the lime for her cluster
a to together,
son* :
due, in the aid of POPULATION OF THE : late treaty. efficient. He if did (
aqua regia, by heat, evaporate UNITED STATES. bcdiirimed divisions thought we any thing,
for sentiments which they hold not by clouds and but clowing! : .The is
to a small bulk to rid of The uttering onlyin 1 placer .known to be two or three hundred our action should be But he
get nitric acid I, population of our country increases at with one determined sentiment. If WP are united r Ion and was op. )
by adding muratic: during evaporation, filler, the rate of throe per cent per annum. Thil common with the mass of Southern per in the declaration and maintinancfut cur rights!, milts made, it !; prove as discovrtir 1,000 miles i are in con.tanty- being fact, posed to }Itl 'cet., with a view to

add a clar, solution of copperas to the cl' aeolutior may he seen by the l following table, fur which ple. Tim history of the Government has pre. they can bt,u..tuiuel if not they will be trampled I it i is, lot counting may the intermediate miles yet unex: test the sense of the meeting he offered a

and after standing 24- ho'ire, decant we are indebted, to the careful computation! sealed nothing which bears a parallel with JOICI.shall be I taken we are for backward cowardt in,putting and treatid them forth.accordingly. we plored. From five to ten millions of gold must be resolution declaring it inexpedient for the

the greater part of the liquor with rare from of:friend, exhibiting a comparison between the acts of the first t several weeks of the s. our export this stateof this and next will year. How many more meeting to do any thing.
prc years things I
the percipitaled treat the boat 'the actual and the Southern; right. 1 If cannot say Tin vote being taken and ..
gol residue by CCIUP, estimated uluuhrr cnt session of Congress. And because language menare we or wrong wrong You may wonder why I continue my by ayes oo .
with muriatic ; hr. wash, burn the filter! at that rae! : I I. can YOU find an excuse for us in the fact that we I answer. from habitand sour : remarks the re.olutional lost-ayes about 10; no" )
and the I befitting the occasion has been have erred in jour defeitce. It right and, von do .f the interest .many than
weigh employed
pure gold. Not le!s than I or Year. Centus. Estimation.m : not act as should, are to benwninful% %ou take in my Idl HERITORS
2 Ibs of pour ore should be empluyd, unlft>1 1790 3.929.328 I I those using it are charged with selflhparty or THK you EVCVTFUL.Y"r ANI> DISASTROUS CO.SftC- November 3d, Commodore Junes wrote to Ihe Mr. Hilliard of Alabama, after some eloquent 1

with a very sensitive balance, and if the gold I IbOO 5,309.759() 5S80.G59 purposes : and then, instead of joining' QUECE Secretary of the Navy giving the following accountof remarks, in which he placed himi.If fully i

do not percipitate at frt, indicated II)a mo. IS 10 7.230,003: 7,096,7!:1 in tho appeal for united efforts in defence of; the unpleasant and disordered state ot things in I on the Southern platform, stated bat bethought

mentary darkening of solution, it wi doso 1 1820 9,639,1' } 9,537,355: Popularity Ilitnlin that country : it was premature to issue any add.u

by standing. Very rich ores may 11 1f1.I I IBO) 12,866,020 12,817,306 I our rights, these papers are reciting long families The sentence fiorn the Wusbiug. .For Ihe present and! I fear (or years to come it at this time. We ought to await the

ted directly with borax: ; or litharge an J in (Ihr 1840 17,003,352 upon the value of tho Union: instead u uf following will be impossible for the United States to maintain ments of the session and issue an dnelop I
1,225,3571 ton of the Baltimore Sun is .
later case a little charcoal will reduce a 1850 .. proclaiming to the Xorth with united yoicethat ; correspondent. any naval or inilitjry eitabtishrnent in California ;; I at all, in view of all its 110therefore
; ofiha l lo.d u-hicli Inr.lion 23,19:08. pregnant with : ai at present, no hope of reward nor carol punishment ocurrence.
thn take gold ,l 18GO or 10 hence the South could import moved to to
up years 31,115,75 not and would not sub| i is sufficient to make any contract between moel again on i
silver, and must be cupelled." 1870 or 20 years hence 41,609,607 mit to the threatened oppression, they are filled 1 'Members from the South, supposed lo b man and man up.n binding. of California. To the 23d of February.Mr. attuur i

In California, ihe usual implement with 1890 or 30 years hence 66,189,571 I with honied commendations am6i/iol of Northern popularity and future end troops out here would be needless, (or they Bayly of Virginia, moved to lay the ;
which to wash the sand is a common hand I 1690 or 40 years hence, 75,512,456 those SouthernRepresentatives promotion, be regarded as averse to taking would! immediately &etrt To how what "ba'ICf resolution on the table, but waived his motionat I
may r theme is (for
basin. It lias been to that : 1900 50 hence who show signs of faltering apprehending deserters, I enclose an advertisement the
suggested us I. or years 101,191,755 any action. which has been widely circulated (or a I request of Mr. Iverson of Georgia, who I
machine similar to that used in paper mills, 1910 or 60 years hence 136,362,389 in their duty, accompanied by the biterestsneers If there be who fortnight( but without bringing in a single,' deserter.Amons made a few eloquent and bold remarks. H.

only on a similar scale, might bo emploJ. 1920 or 70 years hence, 183,295,659 and coarsest invective upon such 1'' any one at this time, can be : the deserters from the squadron are some ol 1 1r said I bat if Mr. Berrien's. address to the peo. 1

with greater advantage. Certain i.. : 1930 or 80 Jenf hence 210,319,318 arc not willing to bend the neck. I seduced from their fidelity by the infamous, mont the b.hs*st to 1'lv srrve officers,and largr:and balances laI1en.due having but few pie of tie North could go out, sanctioned by i

there is much gold I.f in California, we An.glo.Saxon I. The coinciJ.ncf for so many years hetween We rejoice that there I though powerful motive here suggested, hc. in the aggregate to.over ten human thtm.amfun.ting I dollar the v' of Ihe whole meeting, he would be 0

will Ii on some better way of the real numbers, and (he estimation/ at three I are many Southern merit the curses of his constituent And I I S in favor of it. An address from all the Southern '
washing it than ever known before. I cent \\hig presses to which these charges neither I There H a great deficiency of coin in the members to the of the North
pe per annum, is most: worthy remark. yet we have our fears. The Xorth is so country ; poll might i ic"rry
----- The number for the in whole nor in can apply. The and especially in th<-mine, ; thetrnd.rsby taken advantage weight but if few it itwoul '
part a
TIIK 1819 signed ,
GREAT AMERICAN SALT present year must Repubicis erful
anil the rfihpre.sing
popularity so sweet- I'res- nece' of t the dieger,not nn- l'
Salt as well as Gold abounds in California. be set down at more than 22000000.() And an example. There are others worthy of and cabinet t'reii'ientiy! Compeling him to sel) his ounce .f g-ud I be riciculout. In that case! he preferred '
in fcO from this time the idcncy appointments and foreign 1 (or and to sign an address to the of the South
TIle'bt Desert! which lies nearly in the yeats number of in.hlhiant commendation. We shall quote from them : ; been bought, un people 0/
centre of S.1 Continent is in our happy land will be 000,. from lime time embasies are such glittering prizes-lhat we denhikecireumstances. for fifty [-nts per ounce. ol alone! our own constituents. He went for a
perhaps the most t 201 to to show thai; the excitement Indians. To this state of '
remarkable feature of the quite equal to the present population orEurnp are alarmed for the virtue of gentlemen who : tpen.1lnre laboring; miners firm position resistance to aggression.
The arc
great now subjected
now sprcading the must be until coin i is
through is u
frequent allusion to in the Western <. What an eventful day is approach country not alone m are sustained h strong parties at bome.- more abnnd.int. Disease,(congestive and intermittent Mr. Rheit could not go for Mr. Berrien's

induce us to give i Ihe following newspapers accountof ing How widely will llture history differ chargeable upon one party. Ielsr. Toombs}and from Districts fever, is making great havoc among the dizgrrs.as address, because South Carolina had declared

it, which we find in of f.o') Ihe past-how prospect !- : Stephens I they are almost destitute of food and raiment and, thai the tines for petition, argument, and r.-
lour through California.Bryant's After journal a it i is r m\kalJp: what a number of persons }"C1 the 1ugwta Republic. over helmingly whigs can aflord to bid largely ,I for the them most part, without house of any kind to protect monstrance was over.

of solemn desolation and barrenness describingscenes now living will live to view the great What should the South do 1 for Northern praises, even should they l The commerce from the of inclement this coast season may be now said at to hand.be entirely Mr. Bayly' motion to 'lay on (he table Wai

in!immediately around the borders, the, writer epoch of 80 years hence. A calculation! of The week)tlOr meeting, in Washington, on Ia Lithe thereby alienate a portion of their Southern I cut iffby desertion. No jooner does : merchant I renewed, and cried by a considerable majority. '.
Monday '
the probable number the we regret to say, wes a .nOt.unor. shi.i.'rr ViMna-iy of'he prrtsof Cali'orniz.lhan .
comes, unexpectedly upon the desert, which hethus'dPscri rum at 600,000 tunate We do not ml They may yet have strength en I
more than double the of faiurc. knowYrY thing, ( supporters. all hands have her ; in some instances: captain, cook, The question recurred on the motion to sub.
population but
present report us, we solemnly fear, ttI at and this
Iea. ough to bear down all moment, there
New Jersey. This( calculation had to do.than opposition. Thereare al.t are a number of slitule the address of Mr. Berrien for tHat '
About 11 I o'clock we struck a vail white, is mad in I party more any thing ele. in defeating I m ships thus abandoned at San Francisco,, .
this simple At our last there the unanimity ol the member We Democrats) too Washington who are and such be the Mr. Calhoun.Mr. .
plain, ( level, and utterly destitute of way. census Sutber n wi (ate of all that subsequently ar
uniformly cannot than
vegetation, or any sign that shrub or plant had were more thun 46,000 individuals in the Hie result. otll'r"isl object, howeter U and not grieved to at doubtless, not without aspirations the most I rive. master of the ship Izaak Walton," that King replied at length to the argument

ever existed above its snow-like surface.- United Stalclupwanrl! of 60 years old. The the action or the retul o( that meeting enlrgeUpOI now. lot I may be that such men will haveihelr brought without success stores for-550 the per squadron month to to Callan this port, and, offered thence, against the address of Mr. Berrien.Mr. !

Pausing a few momets! to rest our mules and : same proportion among our citizens SO years We must know more belore we can speak u1 reward. may be that they will re jjr-JO. per month home to Jihanllel volunteers, not : Bedinger defended Mr. Calhoua't ad
moisten hereafter will bo more than 800,000. advisedly. But we have a few 'words to &yaboutwhat I seamen. We were last dress. It was mild, temperate and
mouths obliged
_ our and throats from the scant ccivo the to supply him digipd
the South should do. applause of Northern
What to be the We have pondered the Whigs and I wife four men whose said and less
of I are gieat changes produced terms of service were drawing I no more no thanTt it
supply beverage in our powder question long and .
we deeply honestly. We
keg entered would foreBO Barnburners. But if there Southern I to a close. This state i>f ttiinrra i Mr. Berrien
by such an increase ofpopulation in 80 1 1I aro il nnt fontn"t tn sooke at length in defence of
this I fortune
upon appalling field of sullen and years favor or aflection. before we would ,nlar. California alone. i is ;;
hoary desolation. It was a scene so entirely I I This is :(question worthy ol inn most serious the hypociite or the sycophant- on a question; -20'' Represcntatives: who at this crisis are false to inhabitants pour into Oregon the gold fat divings depopulating and foreign; her his address, and replied with a good deal of

new to us, so frightfully forbidding and unearthly reflection. One of tho probaI'e events will deeply involving of the slave the honor, the safety( and the interests the South, the South will mark them, and if resident and runaway sailors from the Sandwich is- feeling and eloquence to the argument of Mr.
in its ; be this : the spreading of our population over holding States. Let any man land are arriving by vessel that approaches Stephens of the same State against action.He .-
aspects that all of us, I believe, I who wishes it, \.tilhold his patronage from our the traitors are ercr forgiven,she will deserve this coast. every
though impressed with its felt a slightshudder the whole continent, to the very apex of Cape ; but \vc ask him, as he leaves us, to do u. t e to be said that the time bad come for action of

of a ppr'h llion.lul.lmi. seemed Horn. Leas than 70) years ago, we had not justice to believe, that our course has in it no treachery betrayed (he proper sort. The preparations for aggression

to sympathize with us in the prevading sentiinent crossed the Alleghnnies ; now we have overspread to party, no infidelity to principle. Go in peace The class! referred( to by this !letter-writer Senatorial Elections. have surely advanced more rapidly

and moved forward with reluctance, Mississippi valley ; crossed into Oregon but do at not f judge us, but by the and the false would, doubtless, bp pleased to bo considered Tho Whigs of tho Kentucky Legislaturehave i this session than heretofore. The moment
enemies by our course, by the columns
several of them stubbornly setting their faces awl are flocking into Texas!, New Mexico hoos our journal. We arenot blessed with wealth,and liberal minded gentlemen-rising far above in caucus nominated lion Henry Clay before collision is always more favorable to

for a. countermarch. California. Ant if"o have done all this grieve not that affluence was our once, but we are the sectional prejudices which the for senator from that State. The office he conciliation than the moment after. We ctwi

For fifteen miles tbp surface of this plain iso with our present limited population, how will to rich to seek favor or fortune with the curse of govern con. merits from with more prospect of success offer meditation
treachery consuming our soul and tracted minds of Hunter and Mason and certainly party.
that the feet of animals we spread over the southern plains before our lying infidelity combatants before the first blow than after.

we compact hurried them along over it our, left but little, a if number* reach 240,000,000. The to the people South, blackening speak out and, and blasting teach our their columns.politicians houn, and Berried, and King, and Gayle, and i In New York the senatorial election seems He should move on in the coarse dictated as

any impression for the guidance of the future The absorbing politic.il reflection rising out to be united, when nothing lex than theireafe- Jefferson Davis. Their convervatism can't I to be making some trouble. There is an overwhelming proper, by his own conscience, and though he

traveller. It is covered with hard crust of of these calculations i is this : The importance ty and properly demand it. What then should the brook the suspicion of Southern ultraism and Whig majority. The notorious regretted to separate from these with whom

saline, alkaline substance combined I ftom one. cultivating right principles and right con. South reader,do into? Let close us reason communion.together.Is Ihe Come North with fur us, fanaticism. They are the peculiar guardiansof Ex.Governor Seward, Luther Bradish, Josh he usually acted, he sh u'd, on this question,
fourth to one4alfofaju inch duct ; sound morality, and wise and enlight- know no party. He was opposed to sectional
in thickness beneath or ? It honest
you agaimt you an man, ua Spencer, and John A. Collier each
the has
you'wi Union and the ,
winch i a stratum of damp whitish sand ened forecast. We must be progressive : but answer against you. To what extent ? depositories to whoso appeals.Mr. .

end clay intermingled. Small fragments of let us bo conservative of all that is right and ply. Hut a few years since, and abolitionism. was keeping are committed the sacred leaves of friends anxious to honor. The Tribune speaks Houston of Texas made a rambling

-, .helly rock, of an inch and a half in thickness, good XcifarJf Daily Adc. like How aflittle is it now black 1 .peck it confined upon Ihe tn far a distant lew thousands horizon. Washington's farewell address It would be strongly in behalf of a caucus nomination, wishy-washy demagogueical speech.Mr. .

which appear n if they once composed a The Scorch Scttlcmcnl. In Walton only .'..No, it r.ulber I hundreds of I housahdshearts "hO well perhaps for them to be reminded that from which we infer that its idol Seward is Jefferson Davis spoke in defence of
crust, but had county, Mr. Calhoun's and in opposition to Mr. Ber
been broken rankle with
by action of venom against our peace and se- there the choice of a majority.
East of is such
this about eight miles, there is setllcmenl a thing as being rien's address.
the atmosphere, or the of water rising a curity. The entire North,il not with t them in the 10 generous
from beneath, are strewn pressure over the entire of about one hundred families, composed 1 phrrtizy of this fanaticim. i. siding their(triumphal especially when bartering off the rights of GEN. CASS.-It seems that the first announcement Mr. lletcalfe explained his rote. The rota

plain and embeded in the salt and sand. of nalite Scotch and their descendants, march, in creer duolalon, disunion and olhert that liberality sometimes degenerates of the election of this distinguished then being taken by ayes and ncef, it stt J :
A_ wo proc e,J' d, the plain gradually be. emigrants who formed their Scotland settlement and North Carolina, ruin.Then what shall we do? There are those who Into profligacy)'! and that perhaps there is a point statesman to the Senate was prema for Berrien's address 29 ; for Calhoua's ad.

came softer, and cur mules : some twenty yean : tell us we must wail, we,must keep forbearand dress 33.Several.
their knees in the stifTcomposition of(salt 5mk sand to since, and now form an industrious, intelligent, I conciliate. We must wait for ti" act beyond which even party friends and blind ture. He has been elected, however, but not members declined Young, on the

andclay. and moral population, that a a body wi : btfore we stretch out the hand of our power. Now admirer cannot be led in their support. without warm opposition. which was based, ground that they thought all action uncalled
'I'hclrasrehlingatlength became so : i his advice wise c ontiderate } The history .
with them or politic .
difficult compare favorably citizens of as we see stated the belief that he for and
and fatiguing lo our animals that sev.eral of the any of this -abolition movement has proved, that for The upon will improper, and would sign neither address
part rioted for their : Paclicco CIniin.
of the party dismounted, (myself among They are (every inch granted by the SOUI", an ell has been oppose the Wilmot Proviso. The N. O. Bulletin -among them were Mr. Gentry ofTe
ihe number,) and we consequently slackened hospitality, and any onn who has been a re- taken by the .,',.th. When silent and for As one of tbe consequences of the firm position -ultra nossec, Mr. Preston and Mr. Groggin of Virginia
their bountiful kindness bear.for the rake of the Union Whig paper-speaking of his
cannot soon ,and to give our Northrrn
our hitherto brisk cpipnt and Messrs. Toombs and of
pace into a walk. brethren time In rpflwf __ taken by a portion of the Southern delegation election Stephens
it. Such a cheerful welcome, onlv and- r triro_ fhpir._n _itonii.n, _, uses the following liberal language : "
- a they take if ac an evidence of our imbecility coward* at Washington, we point to the Georpia. t 5.
The C/wlca'-4'oe of 7Yv bet and his dwelling, and while abide at his house passage of tho bill for the payment of the crasies, which made him
fClt relaLle cure Ibis disease, as you meeting already been food for the merriment objectionable to us, houn's address, it was adopted by a considerable
stated by Dr. Whiting in his report to the you are at luome and the boasts of the free aoilen. Woriithan, that, heir of Pacheco for slave lost in the Floridawar. I General CASS is very much of a man. He majority.It .

New York Board of Health, is calomr ad. Their occupation is farming, and'though lies.they claim See the some following of us already from tho I tbeir New friends York.Tribune.nd al The bill had previously been voted down. is a statesman of enlarged views, of cultivated was ordered, on motion of Mr. Iverson,
ministered in moderate doses their 1 It l is cast in a pail of the country where mind and which is of of
much hands
that the
morphine of Ihe 17th instant: The question, however, has been reconsidered consequenceof the address should be left on
at 'short intervals. Recoveries hue corn.menced (be earth does not yield a very Luntif.llup. I I shall not attempt to give thedivisionin/ Com. and great experience. As we could 'not get a the Secretary, to be published when ordered

in every case, from the moment the ply to the husbandman, yet by industry, milt'e on the adoption of Mr. Calhoun's. Address, by a vote of 101 to 95-the bill has Whig, we are glad that Michigan has elected by the signers. The meeting having ordered

slightest bilious evacuation was produced. frugality, and economy)their homes present a nor shall I be foremost to make public the vote there. passed the House of Representatives. The .. Central CASS to the Senate. His a publication of its journal, then adjourned
: states a a remarkable fact that worms 1 degree comfort not found in scarcely any on. Let his such information come out on through this someone who channels obtains .. following analysis of the vote is taken from the furnlhes us some guarantee, or hope, sine die.
bare been discharged, either by other situation, where they are dependant subject through N. Y. Tribune ole liberal and patriotic
vomiting or and under circumstances which on him : policy, as
the boufcilc, in a large majority caes.One.thi .- (usually) on their own exertions entirely, for no restraint as to their promulgation.impose But this Fo- bSl From slave the most potent agent ol fanatcsm. Southern Literary Gazette
of the whole ntmber patients at support. Comforts surround them, plenty much I will say, for it it truth that ou&ht to be gen. th 75-from mogenial offspring of mischief. It is an interesting weekly journal published

the Quarantine Hospital have been children cver their board, virtuous contentment has erslly known-The Sout1 IVhigi wilt be party free States, 26. in Athens, Georgia, edited \V. C. Richards.

under J 4 years ofage.-N. Y. Jour. Com. il place at t their firesides. They c area.happy neither Union in because word or of the exclusion any attempt of Slavery-from to divide the Against th ii/Z:05 from free States. O We are indebted to the Hon. J. D.'ESTCOT This gentleman is doing good service in be-

(imprisonment for debt, where the sum is poll -PtnsacoJa Gazette. lie .Vw Territories., They know well that suchecu.ion Whigs from free States voting for jhe bill, \ Jr., for a copy of Secretary al.ke'r' half of Southern literature and we sincerely
not above ten pounds has been *'boli hcd in is a fixed fict- rt of th- necessity of Democrats\ from free \
The of the President of France is States voting for ,
.nd. salary to ind they are folly resolved, not to sever IX. Treasury Report. We would be great. hope will bo handsomely sustained. The priCe

Jd be 600,000 francs. the Union oo account of'it. They ,would griMly the bill, Twcrcrir. ly obliged by other'similar favors. 5* only $2 per annum.

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-Ml\IERCIAL.- GoverlDcnt for California., P. M. Departs,Monday and FridayA.M.. : _, 1 1r...McIntyre Chacer Sale. .' ? I..'. Sheriff's Sale. IB

Senator Douglass has changed: his bill for Clones night' before. .0 RESPECTFULLY> i informs' hia, friends and tbe virtue o Deree rendered in f irtwi.of Sondry?Writs ef l1'erf Facias i _jwaed 4
TALLAHASSEE, Fell. 3d.Coaon.Tbe to leave for Key West, B the Circuit Court tor Lon County. on the 13th from the C1 r"','O3-.ce of ,f'heCiYcmlCourt for 4
the admission of California as a State, 5 as ST..MAKKS.-Leaves Monday, Wednesday bis Rooms.will_be cOeclutUtk.. Those wishing day of Detn\br, A.D. IS-S. a cal* therein de. the County of GadsdefcV, Middle Circuit t, of Florida,

market has been brisk du. to obviate the objections' of Mr. Berrien's re- and Friday. Arrives Tuesday,Thursday and their mini fUrt tk"D by will do well to pendinr the Southern Life Insurance St. and to me direle \ erei J. 1 Small wood i. _
5 call early. and the State of Florida were Complainants plaintiff, Gfl Newel R GilChrist _
week from i Company S hri.t ;
the prices ranging Tnltt -. 3
Hnj |pn'lf'nt port to his original bill. Those objectionswere Saturday, 6.P. M.TuoMlin'ILLE.Iea.ts. .
February3IS1t. : ,and William Burney. Defendant, 1 hal it defendants, I ha ) opena"hd'I *(ii
\v 6 cents bring a slight advance on all descriptions that Congress could not admit a Slate Tuesday,7 A. M. proceed to tell, in front of the Court House door, offer (for tale, before the Court-blouse\ .0rID'. _
fnce our last issue. PROCLAMATIONBV the city of Tallahassee,on the first Monday in March town of Qaincy."on the first Monday /- '
which had no political-organization, and before Arrives Monday, 6 P. M. next, the 'following Lands, to wit: 194S. ),within legal hours the foHoWing described| -, .. t _

pM fur the Char. MercuryNEW the adoption of a constitution by the people Te\i of the S W 4 of Sec 21 ; the E i of' the propertyto wit : .. .I : ,, '-' '

YORK, Jan. 27, 0 p. m.8ttam'r..cre fXr: By an act (If the Legislature name of S Sec2t t ; the E i of the S E 1 of Sec 2 Oe nero man named Green about twenty-one : .
arrived from of the territory. The bill, as changed, the W i of the N W I ol S 27 ; the E } of years one negro man named Major ab'JfL-- .
PCCnt City flail ,, merely gives the assent of that California ROBERT UENJAMIN SMITH, one of the Editorsof E 4 of S29; and the \ the NEt c.r Sec 2S, twenty-five years old. "- -* \r,

Cbngres l ie brduglit no gold She reports Congress the Floridian and Journal, has been changedto all in T : of R 3 F.ot. containing in all 47y Lewie upon a the property of sail :300 persons on th
CahlornV;. good heaith prevailing among the July, and provides that the Governor of the ROBERT BENJAMIN HILTON. Leon. B. C. WEST. Steit: 1 .
Terms-Cash. Deeds at purchaser's costs- By R} E ; ,
emigrants.Sales Territory hall call a convention of the people A Voice from Vermont. JOHN B. KEEN, January 6, I'.I 1Sheriff's '

Cotton amounted to 2000 bales forte to form a State constitution before that TuubriJge, Orange County, Vermont, Mater in Chancery, Middl Circuit. I
h 'fli Fair Uplands time. I is said there is but little chance for virtue of Writs Vendilioni Eiponas.
: two
1ng on l, prrsent prices Mr. Seth W. "owle-Dtar Sir: I hereby certify THE GOVERNOR OF STATE In Chancery.IN BY
71&ijmani$( 8119 j. Produce of other its passage, even in its modified form ; and that one year last June I was violently atackl TiE OF FLORIDA.WHEREAS. issued from the Clerk't Office of the Circuit '
with cold and ago cough, with a lame side I i is required by law that an ehc- lAD O:CIRCUIT COURT. Court for the County of Gad.enp Middle Circuit of .
kinoirre/rhains sn Iitnged. I there seems but the slightest probability that ach, and w ad not tree from a cough during that sum in this State. on the first Monday : Theodore Hartridge, Administrator of Thomas Livingston Florida, and to me directed wherein De Forest 'J' I

any government of any sort will be framedfor mer. In December following, my cough increased in May next, for a Register of Public Lands, to hold decaed. Mamce. John C. Clark and Francis Forman are -
Our neighbor of the Semtinef,-ut'ltnerry in proportion \ to an alarming extent, so that during that winter I until the first Monday of October, 1S50; also, for r,. plaintiffs and Gilchrist and Kenan are deenanl.t
M he waxes 14. Seeming to regard theitarDist the new Territories by. the present Con. lost, about thirt\-fite pounds of fleh, physicians Judges of Probate for tbe several Counties, to hold The Widow, Heir*, ,and Creditors of Thomas Livingston wi offer for sale,before the Court.1o"t dor.

feeling in the South, in rela- with whom I advised could give me no rellief.( It ti the first Monday October, tS:1.and$ for Just deceased. town ofQuincy, on the frt FebruaJry -
expressions gr(68. thought by all that 1 should never recover. As CfS of the Peace for eah. District Counties N obedience to a Decree ol the Honorable Court next, within legal hours, following described
lion to the action Norlketn men on the subject of Mr. Stephens, of Georgia, notorious a the was good fortune would have itin March following, to hold for two \earj,(all of said officers to continue [ of Chancery in the above cause, notice i is hereby property to wit : I
.'IeysI" all flummery, he discourses accordingly. chief-killer of Claton's compromise, not only alter suflering exceedingly through the winter, 1 in office till their successors shall be elected given to creditors of the late Thomas Livingstonto Lot No. one hundred and thirty three in the town' I,

What wr IBid last week of Gen. BROW condemnation -I heard of the beneficial eftcctsof Wi far's Balsam of and qualified:) render to the undersigned, 34 Ma3ter in Chancery of ONiincy.
all for these Territories. IT is HRRrBY ORDERED, That the said election Heretofore levied by Jno. G. Marshal : .
opposes government of who had receivedthe for the County of Madisonon or beiore the last Monday Upon Camp, -
; retolutions on thii subject, has drawn from Wild Cherry, by way a frend. be held throughout the Stile, according to lawand dates I of the Middle District of Florida, the of .
p hut openly proclaims his opposition to benefit by of the article, and ((2Gth) of March next, 1849. the amounts, a property
'turn a copious flood of humor which, so far as we any ap. was greatest induced by him te make!a trial ot it myself, the officers whose duty it .to order said elections and character of their claims, and they hereby have laid defendants, and to be old to satisfy said writ .
propriation for making them, according to the will take notice hereof. notice to file the in office before; the ol venditioni
eta comprehend it, means ,simply '.\hat on aiith'* and no words can express my obligations to that same my on or exponas.
Witness my hand and the great seal of the State, date above I will hold B. C. Sheriff.
with Mexico of the U. States. recommending article and t.nhoIPc"he proceed to WE5 -
bile Now well friend for thu
the u to over so. it would be to treaty a part tome. the .
the critical moment he did, for I had given at Capito', this 20th day of Janu- t reference to ascertain information a!will enable January 6. 151!
look at tht other t tide of the pictuie gome. If" cot- He would discard them altogether. How at one bottle before I was completely cured, and [SEAL ary, A. D. 1849. ana ot the Independenceof me to report a lejral distribution of the assets

too ii not jtut nimply cotton, to he sold at the top of many of his Whig friends will go with him is up from that day to this have nut been troubled with a the. United States the ".Id year. of the estate of said deceased among the creditorsto STATJ OF FLORIDA : .: i

tb. market that moment the name i in heard,*' neitherii cough. I can cheerfully recommend it to all, b \11. D. }t ELEY. Governor. the Court. Dated. 13th December: 1S4S. Middle Judicial Circuit of Fla.Ciadvdeu I

it cotton be decried and thrown not known. a remedy of preat value, hoping 01 her may be Attest : JOHN C. McGEHEE, Co.-'Fall Term, 1848.
just simply tr being its A. E. MAXWELL, Secretary State.January Master in Chancery for Madison Couniv. -
become convinced of
induced to it, and thus : IN CHANCERY
iR the (fatter," that moment the name If )I.ieard.Jfreuu1utois ."- Or Let the Southern brand with try 20. 1S49. 2m January27I'49. WiimH..mi.tedandJobn. I
people merits, and perhaps saved from the fatal grasp of : R Cumpi.. I ..
he labcllvd
to -
are not'.impye'olutiun. infamy and O'Crwhelr with execration anJ'man Consumption. For New York. Sale. and t
and respected indiscriminately ) ," nei- FREEMAN NOYE.None Chancery Allen B. Matilda t
alioc Spooner.
tb ?r s're. they' simply iesolution," to be cuiidemnrd in or out of Congress, who, for party genuine, unless signed I. BUTS on rpHF. 4 t.s in'g'E'rig" 'LORIN. ,"PEDLEON, IN pursuance of a Decree in Chancery, entered and Between W. his will & John E.Jonn-
L Master, and having the enrolled at the la t Fall Term of the Circuit .
Our will to divide their counselsor wrapper. daiyexft'ded > on. & William R. A. John-
and attempt
spurned indiscriminately as I'Jch. I purposes fjrj-Vor: sale by i:. BARNARD, Jr., Drnsaist.Talasice bul of her e despatch for theabo.e c.ut of Gadaden County, in the cause wherein ,('no the last named defend.
remarks were of the same, general character a were weaken their resolves."-n.al1. Cor. o D. LAD1), Newport, Florida,and by Drug port. For freight or pa sa"e,apply to Smith Si Parramore are Complainants, and John C ant being a minor Dtftndantt. -

tbo. of (v-n. BROW* ; and in striking at us the Fed. Union.PR0v0KING.We. gists generally throughout the United States. McNAUGHT &ORMO D. Love is Defendant, I !hal (as the special Master in .

Scntiotl.,raihly.hitl I him pamcid! blow.' --- -- -- ----- Newport January 27, 1549.. 4 Chancery appointed, purpose,) on the first IT appearing to the Court that the defendant i in
Monday in March next, between the hours of ten above cause are non residents of the State of
the the U n
Surely Sentinel does not intend to
(convey have waited anxiously ITUAI\- Great Bargains. ind two o'clock, offer for sale at public outcry, before Florida, they being residents of the State of Virginia.It t
Idea tbd t resolutions boldly tying to the North, Those who have visited the hospitable mansion ol' the Court House door, in the of < .
for the arrival of another steamer, that w? town Quincy i is ordered by the said Court ( motion of P. W. .
we ate indignant at her attack* upon our peculiar Gen. WILLIAM BAILEY, and have witnessed the SELLING OFF AT COST! the following named negro slave, to wit : White Solicitor for the Complainants, and the said

inftitution' and will resist her further encroachments might give its news, commercial and political, harmony which prevailed his and domestic the happiness enjoyed the Store of L &H. GREENBERG CO., : Isaac, being the slave mentioned in the said de- Defendants are hereby directed and required to appear ,

," are only worthy to be ridiculed and scouted to-day. But, though we have a Georgia pa- by every member the of affliction crce"i AT offered the creates bargains of the&season cree. Terms of sale,cash.ISAAC : and answer the Complaint's Bill of Complaint
justly appreciate deep of R. HARRIS, by the first Monday of April next(1S49( .) or that
be had fur cash
kt' 'Til the uu'.llet' cut of all" ty *a\' so, after per-Journal and Messenger-of the thirty. has been visited in the death of his estimable short, lady but, God, and every some variety below can New York co-.t. at having cost Special Master in Chancery. in default thereof the Complainants Bill be taken a*
who after f
thfr cent actirn of our whig Lfgi&1fu e. Eut.ifit fourth January, none is reported. How absolutcly distressing Mrs. ELIZABETH illness, BAILEY at, the,residence of her made up their minds to clo3e business soon, purchasers January 27, lS4.- U confessed, agaiist them the said Defendants.And '

mean D( such thing, its conduct and intention are expired 12th Jan. last. do well to call early,if they desire to have it is further Ordered, That a copy oftbis or-
the \"i
provoking to have (to wait a week husband in Jerlerson County on Sale of Heal Estate. der be in in
.. no"credit published weekly one
evidrally. at ( ) Let i utter its viewiKhali Mra.! Bailey the last survivor of the wealthy; the selections. Positively will be newspaper the
purJIt. \3 Stale of Florida in the of
one City Washington
given.All 1 pursuance and by virtue of an order and decree
the Sub: ( tongue, restrain her Ire!- WKK.CKS: AT KEY "EsT.-Tbe following and respectable falll this' of Mr. John of Bellamy he well and pt"rson indebted to them, will please come IN the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the one in the City of New York for the space of two'

"s, j rnerve a dead silence, while anti-slavery iswswgi.pid letter to John S. Tappan, E q., Secretary of, enterprising known throughout pioneers in State the settlement a!one I cf hardy Florida. forward early, and settle (heir accounts I County of Jefferson I will expose to public sale,at months from the insertion thereof in each of nit

progreks against her ? We do riot hintat the Doaid of New Yotk dated the 'I Those indebted to the late ct.cem in Monticello, I II auction, before the Court House door, in Monticello, papers.-The object of this suit i id: to procure parti .
Undtr\rilcrl, One whose door was ever open to stranger
will find their accounts with WILLIAM BUOD the tilt in Much! next f, being the 5th tion of the lands of John C. Armisted. deceased ;
on Monday
duunion.. The bare thought of it sickens the the disti essed. I
Dec. 22 1843. and in whose hand wa ready to
Wet published t\( re1t'\.c lying and situated in the State of in which
the inexorable Esq., who is duly authorised to receipt for the same. day thereof, all the right,title, and interest of Mary Fnidap
heart.We 'Dot that) the stars and and who, even when bending "
C'JDIe stripes the : Commercial Advertiser, gives the in of January 27, 1319. 4 of said county, deceased, of, in, and to the above named Complainants are
should be dragged d""n trom their] roud eminence. yearly report of wrecks on that coast, with mandate of age, was often foremost ,pursuit with our Drew.1ft in Lands, 1 Ijing and being in said county, i interested, and known and described a the W half,'

The nJireerence!, !_ they illirt"'e) would deeply) the number of wrecking vessels, their tonnage savage thc J Indians.enemy, during the exterminating war 7- $10 Reward. known and designated: in the Lind Office of the United K- W quarter, S. 31, T- 3, N. and W; N. t- t
Sec 31, R, 5, N.and W N
lament to obliterated. Yet, do not leel that all the hi h trait of character SlatC at Tallahassee as folow.: ; E hal E
see we etc., etc. : Mrs. Bailey possessed <; QJTRAYED OR STOLEN from the subscriber -
Sec. 31 T. N. and W
3R 5,
The W J of N W 4, the S ,)f N W Land theN quarter ; EhalS.W.
the language wl.ich Southern resolutions speak i in a- "The year having nearly expired, I have: for which her father and her lamented brother O on Sunday night la.t, l"th inst. Eof f SE4of SecI9.inT3ot R 4, North and quarter Sec. 30, T. 3. R. 5. N and IV ; hal .
tbe ( them ot infinite Col. Abraham Bellamy, were so eminently distin. _ _a dark sorrel HORSEblind I in one rye,and W. 30.T. 3. R. 5. N. and W N.E.
Ji"t'.pit omtrarje regard as made up my annual statement of wrecks, on Ea.t t.containing J 1GO acres, moie or less. qr & ; quarter
gui.hed. She wa ret arkable for the solidity of he star the lor.head. with marks of the saddle on hi* .
I I 9, N and SE
advantage in checking t the aggmsive spirit of i this coast; which 1 forward for the information H CoND1r1ossSnilicient to pay expenses. rash- s. R \; quarter Sc. 9.1.3.
judgment, and the strong native intellect with I I back and about \ear! ld. Thcabov reward will 3. N.and N. W. Sec. 9. .
; quartet
cor enemies. Tr>c\' but Minplj j-shCit our rights, I:, of my employers and of all interested in which she was endowed.. The proverbial frankness I I be ?given for his return. JOHN ROMAGGl. the lit .balance Purchaser on a liberal to credit for titles.,with approved ecu- and \; N. E quarter Sec. 8,T. 3. R. 3. N. 3. I'

aodytnw a futlfelo maintain tll m. I therf an} commercial pu rstiits. The number of wrecks I of her nature, and the kindness of her heart had January 27, St9. 4 JAMES pay R. TUCKER, Sheriff W; W. hal N. W. quarter S.10,T. 3. R. 3N. .

fhitg wrong or in that ? If evil should have been much increased in the year just I Ipalil'd endeare her to all whoknew her, whilst those who Of Jefferson County, and r: ard W; half Sec. 7, 1, R. 5. N. andE
more substantial manifestaions; of her ofrodm'r. "
W. )ialIN.E. 7T. IR. N
ri'ult from this po.ition-i\t if the direst evil and the :amount of prperfis much ttt looked her as a friend Sin- Notce.SIX Jefferson County, January 27, 1 ; quarterSec. 5. ale
goodness upon indt"H. months after apply to the Hon E: W. S. E. quarter Se'r.7.T. 1.R.5..N.
.hmild rewilt fiom it, w 0'11.we not wtill he jutified larger than in 1347. The amount of salvage I cere and unwavering in her fri nd.hips, in I .Judge of Prohjtw shal the County of Gads- Sheriff's Sale. E; f: hat E quarter S. 7, T. 1.: R. 5, N. Ind

for ..lbu ttai.dmg by *"jr rights What respect decreed i jb S 12UOO, (expenses 74,1-10. and j her af ctlmi, devout in her worship.she was exemPlary den for letters of dimision a. Executor on the estate of decree of the Hon. Thomas Balt- E; E hat S. quarter 7, T.l 1. R. 5, N. anJ.
The domestic circle a
all the relations of life. virtue
could w'I hare for otirkfhe,, or others hate lor us, the \'ah.of the vessel lo and cargoes $1,292! ,. trom whose midst she has been taken will feela of Samuel Srrickllll.d'-c'd late of said county BY zellJuIge of the Circuit Court for the Middle E.- being in the counties of Gatisdenan4

and "'halrre the Union itself worth to UK, if wet 000. Tilt number of vessels that have: struckon superadJed pang in the reflection that her loss can I. 4 Executor. Circuit of Floiida, sitting in Chancery, in anti forthecountyofLe Jefferson Dated, ,January amounting hO. 1549.to 1540 and 32 30-100 ara.
January; : 27.1S49.1 )
>, made tabscrvif to abolitimiiMn, if we becrushd the reef been lost* or brought into port, is never ber.-paired. I non the llth day of January 1849. THOM.-S- BALTZEttJo

under the' weight of wicked fanMicidn 1 Thin 11, and 1}have conic in in di.tr'u. making a She has left an affectionate hu band. a numerous Dissoluton.TiE in a cause then depending;between the Southern Life P. W. WHITE, Sol (Comps. i f.
of devoted Insurance Si. Trust Company. vs. James M. Hunter,
can he 1\r-rlCd. and should be arrrted, by openly total of 41. I:ve&iels have been on the and interesting lamih. and a large (irc.. co-parnerhip bt'refoflrt existing under the administrator of Aichibald R. S. Hunter, deceased, A true cop from the minute.
ree friends to mourn untimely dtalh. a pious Attest R. HARRIS C'lk. Gadsden Cir. Ct.
and determination and off without assutance. The and it)II of I.od! &FUgg, is this day Fisher McClure, Robert J. I -
declaring nut-grievances, affirming our got and 1 a worthy member of the Methodist Church her I I Allred A. Mary Hardy By R. C. Lester, D.C.
dissolved mutual
to preserve inviolate the ground wo stand of wrecking \,.el l. is now increased to 47. whole course of life has bcn preparatory for another bv consent. W. F. LLOYD. are dtfend.1t., I have this day levied upon and will January 13th,1S49. 2
Their tonnage being about 1200(), with nearly and a better world and for that happy immortality -; FLAGG. expose for !ale,before the Court House door, in the
nptn. .__ which over the victory of Ithe grave I. city of Tallahaseeou the first Monday in }'February [Notice. .
350 men their ciews. Fifteendutiable triumphs: January 10. (27] t t49.
A'civ.Vork JoIi.tioiss. composing I and extracts the mortal sting pf death. She has left next the follow jug described property, to wit : IX week*after date I apply to the Honon-
vessels, with ten! m"ti each, are amply about Hannah.alxmt 3. S .hal
thu of earth, to enjoy in Heaven th 40years; :;
transitory scenes ble Judge of Wakwlla for
'Hi* U. S. Senate, 011 the 22 J ult., went into sufficient; for all the wrecking purposes (e1this reward of her virtues. Sal and Rice. Je"se, about 14-; Caroline, about 12; Eliza, about '; letters administration on the estate of John county ,
iate.to in15rie Fiorina Charles about 4 Meredith, about 2 George,about Graft.dtcese.
a prolonged) di!etmion growing out of the coast. .Then mourn not her transit from I hit world of care,' FOR ; ; DANIEL LADD.!
Sacks Liverpool Salt, 45, Maria, about 40 ; Susannaabout20; Jerry Dick, -
Sue has (lie of f bliss II Jan. 1, 1S49.
of New York resolution the pone to regions ; i : -
presentation on 26' packages Camlin' Ri'e about 14; Peter about ; Nedabout 55; Susan. a- -
She hat l Mt in but despair, | I .m.1 -
us sorrow
WASHINGTON, Jan. 1 P. McNAUGHT J. OF.MOND. bout f 0 John. about 22 Stilla about 20
pulject of One of the resolutions in for this." > ; ; ; QuenAnn. Land For Sale';
,.an'ry. From all quarters the of emmigration 1011 whispers a sola'e Newport, January 27, IS".)I. 4- about :; Henrietta, about ; Rachel, about 2S; .1 E CHANCE!
point of boldness goes a little) ahead of anything lire I Died at the U. States Arsenal, Chattahoochee, Mos, about S; Stephen, about 3 ; Uno about 3; Ii.ll .
which have As it SPts towur.ls the Pacific coast. The ,fever is I Florida. Janu:iry 23, 1 1S-I3, aged 15 month- and J JS S. S. KNIGHT &CO. Miller, about 1 ; Dick, about 2 ; Molly, about 2ti; 1IIE I land known as the Orersrreet Tract." fl'

we wen. presents a I no longer confined to th,* Atlantic border, but i days, ANDREW- WM. MONROE. s"n ot ? jtnul l and Wholesale and KetnII Grocers, and Provision Prince, about 5; Henrv,about 2 vears.Al ..u miles north of Tallahassee:, near the Thomas-. -
new pbas< in the anti-Rlavcrjr movement, it it has spread itself to the \\','!t, from which re. i Eli7.tt>eh! Ann 1l'ardmnan: and grandson of the late Dealers.TALLAIIASSEI o Ihe following Lands : the W i of the S Y. road, adjoining Gov. Branch's plntrion.containing

worthy or the attention of our reaJtMfc. II i h gion numerous C'itizaiis are to emigrate in I JJr. T. J. C. :Monroe U. S. Army. II JLOEIDA. S W 4 of the S \4, and E i of th.S W 4. satisfactory 7 or terms 600 acres.to one wishing Wilt be fo told low. For on
S..c31T3Northot I R3E N E3oIthe NW4 parchasa.
('Itu'flm the N. Y. Tribune and other antislavery the Spring, by 'the way of Santa Fe. TIll :J- Florida Sentinel, arid Washington. D. C. papers constantly. on hand, aud ofiVr for sale at a of St-c 6, T 2 W, R 3 E., containing; in all two hun further particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee/

I late news of the discovery of new and rich, j please copy. i iOn KEEP advance on COt, for cash, all the standard dred and eighty acres mure or less. or DANIEL LADD New Port. -

Kul.lrti(1: that a strong contest is to j and almost 1 in*vhauMihli' depoiitcs of the gol.| the 2.Td January, JOSEPHINE AMANDA:. article in their line. Flours of approved qual. A. A. FISIFR, Sheriff. Jan. n, 1SJ9.. 2 tf _- .

be made on the point therein presented. (deu dust, has determined all who before IH'si-1 MILTON, the daughter of Col. John 1fllon. died in itij-Sugar*, Cofleec! Tea., Bacon, Ham, Pork. By JAMES W. SIFRWOOD. D. S Notice.

R ,olr4, (if the Assembly concur,) Thst the tafcd. the fourteenth jer of her ajje. at rtiJ.nce of Soap Candles.. Lard, and all similar articl.,-topether January 11.13: [ ] 1319 I
Amonjj going out, are artiste, Nuts.Kaisin week from date, I shall applv to the Hon
territory I lying: between the Nuecrs and RnGrand.andtkat ,.. her lather, near Minanna, in Jockol county. l'la.tt viilh Fruits, Irish 10fa101, Onions. SIX .
portion nl New Me"icI tying <-a,t of the printer, merhanics, d'Jc'ol 1'iwyers, politicians { :,- The Auusta Cunstitutionaliit plex ccopy.EDWARD *. Fiis, Almond I and ht articleusuallyfnuml Notice. Judge of Probate of Wakulla county for

Kio: Grau tel! are the common prnpl.riy ot the Dinted : editors, (engineers, teachers bankers, M. of Major N. W. in similar establishments.Store crwlitnrs. legatees, and jwrsons entitled t to letters of administration de bonis non, of the ut.te'I-
Stales!; and that our Senators H C'tmgre be in- arid loafers of all sorts General Taylor will Walker, Collector WALKrR. ton* at St. Marks, de- next door above G. 1. Myinni, on Monroe ALL in the estate of Archibald Graham of Henry hth Cannon, dt'ct'ad. DANIEL- LADD.
Dec. 1S4S. ,
tru<*ted, atid <>nr in Congrefslio re- I street.Jannarv27. decea.ed, are hereby notified that their claims and 2. ..
rtlrl.t.ltali"tI i be r ( L this of a host of office parted this life at the residence of hi. uncle, Wm.
tjut-bted, to ue to Irtn. then ,u .kprs.1n'e. ) process U. Walker, Shell Point Fla on Friday, January r\. 1 4J o J, demands will be barred at Ihe expiration of two Notice.
n ia (Kiel* ornu&n fperly* and ,' from 1S49, in the 22J of his from the granting of letters of administration
age. yeas
tli'fQfutiHded! cia/tni. ul f the State of Tt'xa,at4 l j-ro- :company i is going from this city with ma. The with his brother(the late Henry Lumber. to the undersigned, unless the same are exhibited ALL persons are hereby forewarned not to trade.

liit.lt (tf.e exft-hiioit'ovt-r, 'it of the laws (.1 Texas, or chinery for coining gold, in which they will decease,) were among h:1 first volunteers from ALL dcriplion of PIP LUMBER on hand within the said two yea.to the undersigned. or receive a note or bond for seventeen hundred

the in titutiin of domestic slavery.Wt'omne find a profitable business, should Congress not Middle Florida in Livingston'. Company, (or the .for. -1t t' GFO. H. MEGINIS. WILLIAM G. PONDER, Executor. and thirty-one dollars and fifty cents, given bj .
< the undersigned, jointly with Williaci! Clarke,to .
'4i.; ., that, i wi require/ (nthin2 pass the IJi establishing. a mint in California. term Jalapa of(, the M.xico.war with and the Mexico.subject Mr.of this Cannon nut die e, at ffj- Persons wishing -LUMBER can have it sawed January 20. JS,J9. : 8wWanted Henry Gee, date the 10th of D eber.1S41ar ..

even more formidable' than New York resohi.tivnHp I It \oul.]seem from Mr.I Benton'slate speech : ming. witnessed the consummation clan honorablepeace and delivered in Tallahassee, or at Mr. Padrik'. due twelve after the date : .

iiiducrj'raasjo relinquish to the free on the bill to survey and sell lands in California returned to the bojm of his family and his Mill, by leaving. their orders with nUSJEL COR lost note or bond hning been paid for and its alleged.to b* t ,
1000 not responsible payment.R.
\ that the gold region extends over two friends Alas! it was but to die-to mingle his GEO. H. MF.INIS. S S. KNIGHT &CO. \"ll H. HARRISON. ..
soilers of ]>er h'.ool! bought Ttrri.tory.1 dust with its mother earth in the land of his father January 21), 3 1S49. 3 4t
: Ule.tbir thousand miles, and that the pincers may 'be I.S !_ __. ___ ._ January January [4J] 6. 1849. 1 ,
*.lhri plain ing the resolutions, Mr. Dix) profitably worked for to come, by That insidious and fatal disease,diarrhea, had seized Pettit Cotton Seed. Notice. .
many years his a short time previous to Guf OTICE.-A meeting of the Stockholder ttbe'Union
upon \tals. embarking
took occasion to fay that the one in question hosts of laborers. The gold product! will for his home, and death had marked him for ill victim rjZ GEUrF PETIT GULF COT- weeks after date, I shaH apply to the Judge of N Bank of Florida, will be held at their

was opposed generally by the Democratic II soon establish and nourish more substantial and although the mOt skillful medical advice, O: TON SEED l I has been here three SIX fur Gadsden for letters of administrationon Banking House, in the city of Tallahassee, off Monday

in-lustry, in commerce, aggriculturo and nu.I and the kind attention of relatives and frend.eem. years,and kept in a dry place. the estate of Daniel T. Lane, deceased. ,the 5th February,for the election of D' ton; :
members of the New York The '
legislature. igation. ed for a short time t have overcome malady am informP by Planters that its age does net* injure JAMES BIR. A.C. H. L. RUTGERS, Cashier.

discussion was nominally on a motion to print I proved but the tickrin.of f the lamp in I the socket it, not sprouted. I will sell it low to Quincy, January 13, 15-! 2 ow, December 30, t8'8. 24 _.
-a momentary all was darkness. close the consignment. I
the resolutions. Some bard hits were made ; To lliore who tale no interest in Politic*.- Few 'ount Jlae. & higher qualifcationlo January 20,'IS49. : J. R. FORTUNE. Notice. Gunny Cloth .

for;instance by Mr. Yuee! : t When the South I In a letter written in 1639, Lamartine thus shine in world than our young frien. ALL persons are hereby forewarned not to trade SMALL supply EXTRA IIEATYdaily e-
naturally strong and vigorous was the For New York. or receive a note or bond for given by A
and i.leled. fJ pected, for sal by . "
has gi"c live to one of(soldiers fir fighting the beautifully religiously explains his motivesfor pink of honor, and fear had no in his bo Sachooner "COMMODORE KEARNEY." the undersigned to Rut-ben Sot on the arly part of ORMOND. I.

battles that hare won the territories, and the entering pliticallf.: I 10m.! Just t entering upon the great theatre of life, mITE JL PAINE Master, will sail a above. For freightor Jnly last, and due on the frt of January, 1949.The .- Newport, McNAUGHT.18. 18
When the e hall summon us I with every prospect nf pleasure and happiness before apply to JOHN DEN1IAM. said note or bond having paid J and alleged I I II
North now givfi i threfnt a half to one of him, surrounded by numerous relatives and pala'p to be lost, I will ts HtftajrMe'fbr -..ment. '
t to appear before our conscience at the end Newport, January 20, Ib49. 3 a it4'p I Administrator's Sale .
rnlfirs to pocket .the gold, New York inr y, if of our brief here below friends, it would seem harltg die. But death had SA:1uE CALDWEL
journey} our motslJ. no terrors for him to the last moment, For New York. January 1 J, 1549. I ON the first Monday nf' February next the under
.be phases,caim,4t'l6idtI to appropriate all our weakness, will not be an excuse (r our he obeyed the grim monster's and closed his signed Administrator of the estate of John ', .
cil. WARCALLER," JOMLTW Master for Sale Smith,late of Leon will offer(or sale! ,at Ibe'Court Jri
the benefit of the acquisition." action. I will be ohio avail to reply, we eyes upon I this worM forever 1.il a mnnnar. THE Brig Wagon County '*.
Farewell, t'oou youthful sacrifice sail above. For freight or passage, ap-I WAGON with and House Tallahassee, at lho'elockA.M., ;
WELL made Northern
wi a
The were nothing, we could do nothing, we were farewel. upon JOHN 1 A A top the ) of said estate, to be IOU to a li-i.
resolutions were printed-Nays, Bor. your (.ultrfa Thy memory,though no monumental plyto >: 1 1. : double harness, for sale by following* ave pay
but as a grain He will to us, I 20,"IS49. the debts of said deceased, vizt
; Davis of Miss. Down ofl801 say marbe may mark the pot where rent thy Newport, January : J. R. FORTUNE Agent. .
knd Fitzpatrick, placed before }you, your day, the two scales bones ever be cherished in the bosoms ci you.r 13, 1549. 2 Harry' aged about Myears, +
Hapnegan and Yulee. of a beam, by which the destiny of the human surviving wi rotnpatiiots. and the hearts of your numerous Flour, &c. January Ann, aged about 27 years, tnd four.children aged '
Randall Marshall, MEDICAL NOTICE. 6,5,3and linear?; <
and friends. "Requiescat in T> ECEIVED Schooner
in the and relatie per '
race was weighed
one was good,
CouieittIois 0 lo.l uiaMrrs. ; pace." A. ) barreLs planting Potatoes. Sophy. abotit 22 year*. :: .
( in the other evil. You were but a grain of 1C 31 superfine Flour, WILSON and VAN WYCK, (late Professor Terms of Sale-Calh. Creditors'of.Ih'e' estate ft.iibuy
Congress has before it a bill for further and rand, no doubt, but who told you that the grain - -- tacks Salt, for tale by DR.Surgery in the Franklin Medical College of ,on account ol their claiml.o' f i

tel material reduction of the rate of postage ol, sand would not have caused the balance. to 03-: WE are authorized and re'"estf to annoim e :1 : JOHN DENHAM.Newport,1 Philadelphia,) have firmed a co-partneiship for (the PATRICX .SM1TU. Adm'i.December .
Major JOHN a candidate for the Oflke of 3 23, 1849. 23 I I. _
Im.un a January 20..1849. of MEDICINE and SURGERY, and for the .
Tht tlTect of he incline on Ride T You have intelligenceto practice \
l diminution in the priceof my .
great Register of Public Lands of the State of Florida, at INSTRUCTION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS. i
postage a few ) since, has silenced see, n conscience to decide, and you should the election first Monday in May next. Notice. Patients from a distance can be wel accommodated Bagging, Rope, arid Salt.

'car have placed this grain of sand in one or the -- -.- -- the estate of and on reasonable terms, the Hotels or T> ECE1YED per Drip Ocilla and other vessels, ;.;
t of&ftbo were oppo-cd to it t, and even her other. -- To Hire. ALL persona Graham having derand., against are hereby notified Private Boarding HOld :of the city,and can receive XX 200 pete* Bagging; : ,.

th a ftr eneral! desire for further reform. de.ue to the under from the Subscribers such Medical and Surgical attention I 200 coil Rope; \ 4..
without .
delay :
) to present them COU tacks Liverpool Salt' for, tale by _. '
: the remainder the sear, a negro girl 14 : said estate will as their cases may require.A
All hope this ma.takp place ; hut at Virginia.The manner in which the Gov. FOrt of age suitable for a llou-e Servant or I signed, and' all persons indebted to limited number of OFFICE STUDENTS will JOHN DENHAMV" -

the tame lime, care khould be taken that the ernor of Virginia is inaugurated, is very simple Nurse. Apply at this Office, or to make imrdi&te paymf'u. G. PONDER, be received.who will supplied with Books,Plates NewportNovember IS. 1&.1818- /f? '
Feb. 3, 184U. II. BERRY.WI Anatomical, and other Preparations-will be regularly :: .
and That Executor.
'eD functionary n 3 8t Ba'ging.
of Postmasters repuhJcan. quietly January 20, 1819. studies Sea Island '
rarne compensation examined in the (progress of their according ? "j

,b not IMS diminished. Indeed, it is to goes !tfore a in Richmond and 1 GAITHER BURGESS & CO. Blacksmithing. to the mode pursued in the large Northern SMAI.L LOT for sale by .x '.-,' ," '.
lo; takes the requisite oaths ; find then as quietly I cities-will be taught compound. and dispense A McNAUGiIT t ORMOND. .,!

now that it u difficult to obtain the servif proceeds to the discharge of the duties of his ; Receiving Forwarding & Commission substantial! and cheap Blackstutthing of Medicines, and will be instructed In the minor Newport, November IS, 1S4S. 13 '' f :
q f: 4CGrupetentmen. We sincerely hope office- without or show. kind done at the Shop near my Stable occupied every day duties of the Surgeon-Bleeding, Cup. t,J.
ceremony parade
tkit 15 ROMA 8. last year by Miller &Brokavr. ping,Bandaging, &c. &..c.Pei Flour and Potatoes; ;::
_our 1tgis1ator%vill hare an eye to this IJ -' !i January 20, 1 849.- 3 A. A. FISHER. haps no Private Office. in any American city SUPERF1GENE&SEEFLOtT1iju .i t J
mer. Capture of an American Steamer.-We will afford a greater variety of new and 9A BBLS. ;
10 I bbls. do do Joto t ,
Dealers in Produce '
i learn from Maracaibo that American steamer Wester In Leon Circuit Court. I remeir. or present more practical barteb Jt. Lonis Flour f ,4'

New York, through her legislature I Scourge had been captured for passing the Feb.3,1949. 62 PoyJrat Street Cm New Orleans. James Oalet.- Compt., )V In Chancery. In connexion. with this department, it may be pro. Id dtt Irish Potatoes. For.sale bv :. 1'

ttIIItla Senate of that the blockade. : Vg DeembrISS. .. JOHN DENHAM.Netport .- J f
Ibo United States, OateeDe(. > air per to state that an soon as possible,an Infirmary,
'itenhton 'Gadsden Sale. Rebecca-F. Bi for the reception of both Medical and Surgical Pa. ,December 2, 1948.. M _- If. .J
l : slavery into free is of the Court ,
territory now Sherf's the satisfaction by .
0 TT uppearrrTjf to tients will be opened, when students will have the r
Mail '
'Olflngtothc .pirt of the age." Will tbe Arrangements. BY virtue of two issued (rom .L affidavit ibis case,that Rebecca Frances Oat et, opportunity practically studying d ta' .. ,' Pickled Rfollei; 1 t Ii'j j .
office of the Circuit Court for the jurisdiction of
the the resides beyond
1lt Ia t furn:'in what'* quall.t' of resolu. I XonTJER .-Arrives, Tuesday, Thursday, County of Cltrk'fiadsden, Middle Circuit of Florida, and the this sid Court, and out of the State of Florida, but in J.C. t.C. J.VAN WILSON WYCK,M.M.D.D. 5'0.Jr RRELS No; f PICKLED MilLLET,"o'the l ; .J!.

11001 le Olutb .f Uld adopt to rebut this ? I and Saturdaj nights. Departs, Wednesday. tome directedvherein S P. Allison and Eliza F. the State of Alabama ) It i i. ordered that the said July 22,1849. l' 6mDoubld first catch; litfl in fine otJef. .
tale low McNAUOHT OfcMOJfD.
For by A
I and Long worth are. plaintiff) and Abraham K. Allison, Rebecca Francet Oalet do apper,and pled answeror 4 '
Thursday, Monday mornings.EASTKKN Executor of Oliver Little deceue is de'endant, I demur to the aid Bill of Complaint or the Aid Harness Newport November 25. i8-&s.. 19 rG. ,"- -

Connive publish the following cautionr (Madison Courthouse, &c.- have levied upon, and"i ofer sale, before the be taken pro to/tlll against the said de. ,
t>r.Punch : Conrt.bousedoor ofQuincy, on the first : Bi"i. Provided that the publication of this order FOR SALE-e pair of second hand double bar- Ai Mclritjrre; -I
.YQtg Arrives Tuesday and Friday, 4 P. M. Leaves Monday in March, 1819, within legal hours,the following be made in some newtpaoer printed in Tallahassee .1e\ cheap. -- @t@1M 5ltN1t3aif ,"
bear )ladies ahould take care to lit and Wednesday P. M. Closes at described propertyto wit: once a week for the petiod of four months. January 6, 1847. 1 J. R. FOltrt Agent. y ; '\.I
t} Sunday .
..plafor. !it 'II" a wcll-known fact Lot number fifty-eight, cituatedin the Town .vtQoincy. THOMAS BALTZELL.. Judge. Sale HAS taken rooms' at Mr. J. Demilly't and ;
thLtI1LIt CoU.vtlDlllUtnPnl, *bu caused Dreadful 12. Levied upon I thepr per.tC(aid defendant William P. Duvl.Compt'.Slicitor;, Shingles for hit professional services to. the citizen "l
, MlCCOBUKlE CcNTJBC and to be>fold to satisfy Mid writs of fieri fa. A true copy. Me.AIET, Clerk. SHINGLES for sale 22 'inches Tong, of Leon and surrounding country." Ladies'attendee' \
cias. B.,CLr WEST. Sheriff. By J.'Bv Keen D.' C. 5 000 fr the Tery'benf qualify. Apply to at their residewe, if desired.

vittB.-Arrives Wednesday and Saturday., 6 February, 14Q. i' ( Dec .18th", 1845. ? S I January 6, IS42. I ,J. R. FORTUNE; Aent. i Tallahassee! September SW MS. 4tJ I -qJ

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'Leon County Gndstlon Co. Tax Collectors Sale., Fire Insurance --

Y virtue of the in by l .SARSAPAFULLA I FLORIDA LANDS. R A vltm et' arrival
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALK. B I'Onr'Ctlted me law.l the jEtna Insurance Company SSys OUT fall:
hall expose for Sale for Cash,before the Couit t tlIouse By Medicine lathe WorldJItSf ,. ptirs. our i is very comrlete -K
BY VIRTUE of the power vested in me by law, 1 door, in the town ol' Quincy.on Monday Ihe OF HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT. The JDO extraordinary SSSSasS* """"' needed> the pI

levied upon an the Court Home door in the city of Tallaha THIS and stabilily' II l Sf:John' It Consist m of the
t' petty, or so much thereof as will pay the State and "*. The promptness Circuit Ceurt of County. part following article..

.z '' ace on Ihe ECO.s1 MONDAY IN FEBRUARY County t taxes due I thereon lor I thejearlSls* Ihe Company for the last thirty )ears is a sufficienl MONDAY, I3tb DAY or NOVEMBER A. D. 1SJS. Garden and field Seeds, '

NEXT (IM9.) 'following described prCperl ',.orH The lands purioilsngto belong to the Apalachicola guarantee of her soundness. She has stood Ihe test I Iron and Steel all -ie; Cut and Wrr.otJitW.-T !
to much thereof as will pa\ the State and Count* York and other parts nt' .I'fi I IN CHANCERY. do Ploughs Hoe, |
Land Company. situated the County ol Gads- of all the great fires in Now I ; Asw.Spades, and Yel.
J TMII:' du:tht'rt.(1 lot t th.y'ar ffSt' to wit : den, Imundcd Nom Ih by t the 3 line i of demarcation), Ihe United States and so arranges her business, thatno : .- rA siLL, and others,) gar KelllM assorted sizes ; Dipper. and Skin,,',.,...*

NIutec17.TJ.l1.N i l and E, W J S E J w \Ves-l b>. A|>jlicliir la iivcr., Smith by the county' of one tire can ciipple or injure her not allow ins : I ; ats. >Suit for Partition. I I Tin Ware, a good assortment .

17.T :, R 1. N and I% the E i of S W 4 set' 17, T (franklin I and Cast bv. the Ocklockunnrc riur. hergl'nt, to take over a ceilain r/lmtlunt. of nk in .: BRUSH, and others. ) i Carpenter, Blacksmilhs, Cooper and 'M ;

3, R I I. Nand E, K 4 S \i *ec 17, T tf, H i, Nand J W. OC.ILV1E.Tax ; any one block, and avoiding all (towns built entirely : fillIs! (..\U1'1 having been brought on to be i tools, Blankets, Plaids Kersejs, Osnaburgt, Jtc v>n.

K, W | SI4f4ec 17, T J, J R 2, YandE, W I N K Collector, Gadsden County, Fla. ot wood. .M. heard, upon the report ol deorge Watson, Jr., I Sho,",. Boots, and Saddlery '*

1 'ec ,T' R ', N and I K.V: i N W i l'(17. T '. October 7lh !JMs. a All risks are settled promptly agreeably to the A M. Randolph, ant:I Thomas C. Ellis, CUmmiiion-j I Bats Cap, and Ready-made Clothing

J 2. Nand E. !W lll t S I E i lP c, T j. R 2, :and n_ __ __ ____ declarations in the poli y.'e are thankful for time ers appointed therein, under and by virtue o/ a corn- I Wood, and i Hollow Ware &.:. &:.&.c., "Meta

i:, S C j uC S 4 se.S, T ", R .', N and E, bi-iong- Gachdt'u Co. Tu. Collcrturi Sah1. past patronage, and beg our friends to call wheneveiilicy Ii mission issued out ot and under the wal of thi ,! olT<.r for sale on customary termsand at price* ton w* '

iiV to Clurles C. Kngli-li,, Trustee.I virtue; of the power vested in me by law I Ifliull Ji wi i..h jimsurammee', and we will lake risks on a- r II. Court ; and on reading and filing said report which I the limes. McNAUGHT & ORMOND .

I Na 2, 1((::1, T I I. R I I. N I'ud W, 72 acres. i nV expo for mate for Ca..h. belcin1 'the favorable terms as any Company of equal standingj. $1Y bears date March, Is-IS, by which it appears that I Newpott November iS, 1545. 18

F i S.: | .,.n 1T >. R !I. Nand \\ SOacnV i (Vurt Hoii.o door, in the town oft!uincy, on Mou- 1. R. FORTUNE, Au'ent, II" mail' Coinrnissioner certify and repo11 "that Iht-v

W \ "(I.', T 2, R I. Nand W.SIacrcu.oelongintt da> I the liithdM'; ol April next, the fohll"lug de- At the Manufactory.. Thin Kf tract i.. put up in 'jn'trl bottles it1 *". find the land so situated that a partition (thereof I MILLER &. BROKiS7? 'SLivery

to A. I"'. Duval. %rnbed properly !*' much theieof as will pay the Tallaha", AnZtlQtI9.I I J'.b!._ __ S_ tune" cheaptr, plcusanttr and warranttd: superior cannot bn made without prejudice to some of the I
WIN i i K: i st,"27. T 1 I. R 1 I. N and W, SO acres, State and County tae duethereon forlbeyear I L"I.Tiw to any told. 11 cures dilate without comit- owners and I i. heavy expense to all;" and the f bjections J & Sale Stable

belonging to C O Ki.clidh; TrtKtre. EII..t hair, (I C U) llf South East 11.1rtt't, (S. U. S. MAIL LINE ingpurg'iHg,3icfceniHgor debilitating thcpatient. to said report being withdrawn was, on i :c ,

Part of Lent. No sH i O. 1'. city of Tallahassee I 40 )C: J) Section t\\'lIt.'OIlf.. (S 21 1))Nort h I-J"t; quartemN : ..fi HE beauty and superiority' ol I this S.irsa- motion ot counsel Ordered .Idjtvlged, and Ie- TAI.LAHAHSEC, FLO R IE A. .j :

f.etrant on Monroe street, belongingto C. G. Knz-: \ eorth) West quarter. (N W 4)) Section :_. 5f. J SI_ panlla great overall other medicine is, lint whilet rrecJ, and this Court by virtue III authority therein THE I I surmrribers, have morcd up to their fire.pr00 f

liMb, Trn.tt twenn-lwo. (S 2'2)) Township two, Range seven -, M disease the body. It vested 1 dot h order adjudge, and decree,that he said. Stables, and take thii opportunity to m.
it invigorates
S J cec 13.T t. R 2. N :and F., t-20, N W \ frc t 13: (T 2, R 7)) North and \Vest on the waters of >ooK-! ---- ." and Summer medicine- reiurt,;IUJ "III I things therein contained, do stand ratified form their friends and the public generally of t tht

T I. H2, : and I E, 100( acres, K: i N I II: 4eC 13, T 1.R 1. I Id Creel;, I the Laud I'url'.rtll.g I to belong to Fabian W8X. ,l 'is one ollilc'l'ry Iwst Spring the whole stem and ronril lIled. I fact. Being thanklul for the liberal patronage they

J, : E, MI' .acres, K: i S f 4 ,er I''>, l., K 'Nand .\rtiiitead. _._ t-_ .. ever known ; it not only purities but it t creates new s}, // M fm-t'ier Ordered, MjuilgfJ, and Decreed, I have heretofore received, they solicit a contimiaaei
and liens the I"lrt'and
1 "I acres, W S W 4 sec 1 S. T 1 I. 3, X and J. W. OGILVIE From Tallahassee to Macon.1'iou.'h IIlren1 blood person other med Thai George M. Payne, of Micanupy.in the County j j ol the same, and pledge themselves to spare no paine

K:, Nacres, W i N W 4 'l h sT 1 1, R 3. N and i:, Tax Collector Gadadcii Count Fla. NIIrsoIi Tallahassee lo rich ; a power possessed secret by no ol !its of Alachua, James Child), of said Micanopy, and for the accommodation of those who may patron
) in fotty-two icine. And ill this lies the grand \\on- *
1'Oacres, N 4 N W 4 hcc ', T 1 R :3, N and K:, Oct ober in 'the Connly them. Their Stable are situated
r 71 h, 1 1M I h. 2 .U'lrOIl audio; Chirlettonin three days, derlul It liai performed within i I tile last two William A. l'orwarcJ.nf Augustine, on Washington
40 acre'sV N 4 sec 1 13, T 1, R 2!, N and E, Hi success. anti Square, in the most convenient
three suitable of the
I ------ -- ----- John's Florida -
ii tune to tahethe hail Boats on than of severe c..--! ol of SI. competent pait town inj
F.: i W 4 t IS T I U :3, N E, '. acres, ( uhdf'n years more OOOO cures for comfort and
arrl'l. llc RUt l : : Collectors Sale.BY .\'oith th:foui Hi day.rilESta at least lOUO were considered ,incuiable., I persons, be and they are hereby appointed Com- convenience, they cannot b,'tOT.
Wi i S E 4, is T 1 I. R :, N and I.. acres !rcVI disease; the decree passed by any Stables in the Southern
( virtue rf out
'' A of the power M-xtid in me h\ law I e will leave Tallahissee: on Mondays, Il hassaved ,the lives ol more than ,00) children rnisiiioner for the purpose carryin country.
I. 11. R 1, :and I E, UO acre, t-ec .2, '1 R I. ish.il! expo fur sale fur ( .eh h,, before I IheCouit '. s. and "l'rid.ivs, att I o'duck.1., the season iu the city of New Yoik al.me. of this Court in said cau(. It further or- November 18, 1545. 18
E ; I K S i I.: 4 17 T I l It I Nand past
N I -540 acies, 4 <* ,
ald ( I I HoU'C I door I in the t town of Quincy I (It Monday and arrive Maconr/a( Quiiicy, U.linlJilbel"t'w-! ; More I than "{rtd. aJjitdi rJ, and decreed. That the said lands "

.K. SOaercs K:, '<1 acn, *.i K N i K:S J W ec 4 *IS i-c 7 T, l 1. I 1.U I K,:3.N and N and i E.: 111-Itilh I I. day ol April next, the loliowin de1 1 ton, Albany, Amends and Perry,) on Tuesday, 3oou ca-es of Chronic Rheumatism ; he sold at public auction, by and under the directionof I UNITED STATESW'ILOICSaIC.CIolliiJlgMtarehouse

\ : triibi'd) propcily,01 so much thereof at I 10 o'clock P. M.in' i the said George M. Payne. James Child and William
as willll.tIll'
Thurdaand Saturday
of D
2Jf(HJ >pepsia
( acres, S. J 4 N W 4 .. T I I. H ::1. N and J K.: cases )! ;
fI heIonici tP ft HectorV.. Braden Stale and count\. taxes due the eon for .the '-e.lr iM I h: time 'or the car lor savannah. Leainfacon on .1 1,000( cases ofcncfolllJcIili Iy and want of Energy; A. "Forward Commissioners hereby appointedas ,
to estate
.-v artl, ; ami Section, fifteoen, (S 15)) Township t two, (T 2)) MomlivWednfsdifs, and Frid,v,oc, at 1 o'clock, A. i,":)1) cases of the different Female complaints; aforesaid at t".e town of Micanopv, in Ihe said _
W i-we ,3. T I. 1 II t 2, S K:, 3.'U' acres A
W 4 sec 4, T 1, H 2. S and 1 F., so act. eh, S \\4 : I Ringc seven, (R 7)) NOl uI and \\'t'lSt t, (N k W) onhc :., and! arii iv inn in Tallahassee on Tiu-sdavs Thurs- 2,01.10 ca.cs ot Scrolula ; County of Abchna,011 the twenty-first day of February LEWIS &, HANFORD,
Il' waters 01 I Crooked Creek the L.mds |iurpr>rliim i davs, and St urd.ii s, at I 10 I o'clock P. M Thi line 1,500' cases ol I.iver Complaint ; 18-l'J! ; and that thesaleecontinued| from day today IVos 259 A.
; Q5G
T 1, R 2, S and E, 100" aricc, juirpottirg t to belong Pearl Street
of Pwn Chairc deed. to belong to I. S. Ciitliii titu tcd in the county of connects with the Central nil Road :ivantiah, Au- 2,-**Xi case of Diseases of I he Kidneys and Dropsy ; 'till I the same be completed ; and that said Commissioners ,

LuU to Chtatc 2v2 N. A. cilf Talljhafsep belonging O-dsden. J. W. 0)1.11TI ( ,, !"Milledjcville I ( and Western R.ul Rail to Co- 2,000( cases oil I he Gravel I ; do cause notice of "iaid sale fo be immediately (Between Fulton-st and Burling Slip,)
Sal ,
to estate of Faust. \ Collector Gadsdcn Countv, Fla. I llmbiis t Ga.; I It also 'UlHc'rls1111 I I he Mail I Line luoo cases ol the Yellow Jaundice; published, until the day of 'sale in the following XEW YORK,

13uie October 7th, I Is IS. 2 from Q-iiiicy to Ch.itlahnochie, and .thence'to .\paIaeiiiei'ia. of t the ncw"i"'l'ertlo wit : Union and National In- HAVE ON HAND
S W 4 .> E 4 :', 1 I. R I ,S and W, 40 arr Pc, N 1,5'H cases Dropsv ; THE LARGZ1T AKOKTMC5TCLOTIIIHG
I ----- ------ -- ----- -- fiom Tallahassee to I tI liieieer Va.imintln, D. of C., Charleston Cou-
Passengers ran so ;
K: 1 S W J sec 21, T 1. R 1 I. S .ml W. 4i.t&ie.i. W i'Sw 3,000 cases of tile Consumption
4 sec( 'V1, T !I. R 2, N and \. s :vr--.. i: i X 1 K ;ili<1 ileti Circuit Court. I spent on, the road between Tallaln-'see.! and Macon. Ulcers ErviImLl.L4, Salt IIli 'Uin, Pimples o-i the (01 i leans. Georgian :and Republican. Savannah, (Ga.,
4 sec 3f(), T I t. R 1 1. N and W, NJ acios K i NV 4HCC j UNITED STATES ,
:30, T 1R 1, N and W, bJ acre. C i N K 4 see Xant'J'e.ud., Coinp. ) The public may rest 3"urc-t1lhat every attention will Face, Scald Head Teller Neuralgia, ice., ic., together Journal, .lolllClmt'rb.., Sentinel and Klorufian Adapted to the Southern and Southwestern Marktli.

",T J. R I. N and XV, so dcre*. Wi i N U 4 ti.C ii, rs. S IN CHANCERY. he paid to this comtorl of those who may patronize vvi h ,niuiicro'is cu.-cs uf Sirk i Hl'Jd..cw.l'.1inin Florida, .rid thlt l notice be given by hand-bills. also;

T t. )R 2, Nand \\', SO acres K J N i E: 4 sec H. T 1 I, Edward I 1. Wood. ) this Line. the; Side and Chest, Spinal :fi..cI ion', .c. &.C.. and that $Iha i said Commissioners sh'ill. in the sale of In the article of

R 2. N and W, SO al.t t.'Iir J N }K: 4 and XV 4 (bI S )K ha\mu been made to by affidavit to time FARE: This i is the mo appear DRAWERS.We
4 Ki-c 0, T 1 1. It 2, Sand W. 120 acres N W 4 S E 4 1 IT Hon. Thomas Haltzell, Judre of said Court, ,that From Tallahassee: foQuincv,8"0; to Bainbridge, (diseases t the Kidneys: and Dropsv ,and all affections by .!esrs. \\.hinlol1.ar.d Merry, late Com .

bee 26' T I 1.11 I, S and W, 40 acres, 1I; i tl sec I he above named defendant l dward I n. Wood 1, t e- s-3 ; to AU :.i.iySlland I tn Macon, sjvj. of the Urm irv Or -tn". Several thousand cases have mi.ionerol1.1! i l shall sell the fractional sections in j keep an endless variety

:7.'f 1. R 2, N and W, v i acres, Iwlnaciikg; to Asa sid.-s out of 1'loiida and within t Ihe limits of the United WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proi>riefors.. been reported as cured when all other remedies have jiuutilv and limo as laid down on said map ; and ALSO THE MOST I XTt> lVE ilAMUrACTVUM,

JAS W. SilCIUVOOJ I States to wit, in 1 the ctatc of Loiii'jati.tIt By JOHN M. YARN, Arentffj failed. i 'the said Commissioners to have .discretion! ((0 sell infractions OIL CLOTHING
Tax A *e snr and Collector Leon Coutilv.Nnreraber therefore Ordered! That tie! abut named defendant |: Office at the Planter's Hotel Tallahassee, Huidrrd: of caM of Fits and Nervous Diseases, I quarter sections( and swfions, or in such

lltli 1 ISIS 17 3in al'pcaralld answer the; Hill of Complain: ut- I. E.: B.M LEVI .\!t'llt ; at M..;j. NATHANS, in Qlli n( '. originating in Debility have li''eti entirely cured audtl'II.ltd ( )lafltitie4 ;is they may deem proper and be..t calculated A'SDCVEItID

: July 17 IS 17. -V2 I for the I interest 1 of I the patties t leading out the HATS
of of Diartlue and Summer
tiled herein before flu firbt d.,' of March nrxtotherwise I- _u _______ cases DvsiMitery. In the World.
Leon and adverse iants I.iid down said
County private t t1 as on map.
cotnplaiHaul's hill will be taken pro con- Just Received, Complaint. CAUTION. ./;/// it further ortltnde.., t that for the purposeof Plain and Fashionable Clothing all kinds.

TAX COLLECTOR'S SALK.BY ((.scO. T LEWIS & ,un:.' Dm Store fie h the LfcWIS & HANFORD,
k a < supply J permitting the claimants to purchase to extent
virtue of the \e..li-d i in me t ty 1 law, 1 It is farther Ordered, That this order published (UJjink out for lllilaliuIH.-Unrrincip1p. persons .V,. 232 Sf 2SS
] powci New and Valuable! \Iettacines-atitotmg which have labels, and! medicine ol Ilieir interest in said lands! the nominal value Pearl St
have It-vied and shall: lor ml?, before in the Quincy Tunes, a newspaper printtd I in t the copied our : put imp InI Decerrber, 1M4)) 23
upon expose! lime 'loll said InnJi is fixed at dollar and that 3m
I arc I )\jogDILSEENCER'S : I the shaped 1I.t If''. S.e't that; each Bottle has <.f one per acre
town Quincy, once week. for the of three
the Court Ho'nedoor, in thc city ol Tallahaswer, period
in said lands it he
claimant ,
cich and!
VEGETABLE PILLS AND RK5- written i.f S. P. TOWN) D. every may.
months. Nov I 1-s. 1l. the signature
on the first Monday in May next. (llMthc) loll.nvjngdescribed In Leon Circuit Court. '
THOMAS IJALTZELL TOH.\1'1\'. BITTERS, N. B.-Pers.i-is in pjirinz fir this medicine should cite, ir they, think proper bid at shis valuation, to
j or "' much theuiit" as will Judge.
for and will lv Liver Com tak 1)rnL.ists the amount of the value of the inifuberrf acres decreed SPRING TERM 1SThoustin ).
the State and County Taxis due thereon for thojeiir \. K. Ai.i.isovComp.! Solicitor.A Deigned cure. >pepsia. m t be induced to any of tier. put up -
pay isis.to wit : true copy : I. R. HARRIS, Cleik.13v plaint' Piles, .Scrofula, J.lUncil"e-and! all I kindred! Sirsiparill is, and ot course ;prefer soiling their own, to lln-in in this partition, without pajina mono Lnmpkin, Agent for'!l ttachmertL

That hitdj o1 land l lying in the Cnnnty ('f Loon U. C. Lester, D. C. diseases resulting fioia a disoid:red stomach or im- others have purc'13"I'fl that put up il small bottles as is provided in cases of other ;purchasers but Robert Luskin, Debt S900.
state of)I blood. and berime Uutu.tke greater profit/ recommend ..hollt.ld"lrn.ulturch l ll'n\'rallll above tht1 amount! I L's.
Dec.2 J"H, 2 pinc I
bounded) North the line of dernreatinnVe1
by bj Damages &*(*>.
of their i..ten'lulIl'r said valuation, th'-n, for ant William S.
Oclockonec River South t h\ Wakulla Coint DK.) HULL'S WORM LOZEXGES, them-do not be deceived by any-iniuire for Dr.Townsend's Carpenter. I
the Marks, ,' JNolire.tnnnlln : 'The afest tnosf ectual' and, pleasant preparation and take! no other.Principal such excels, they shall rrroply with conditions, herein !j riitr defendant and all! other:; interested will
and nt 4 the St. River known as FOI b ,
> !
Purchast,"y and to belong to thepalarL -1 IX after date, I shall apply to the, Honorable : before the public, for I the eladil'a t ion of WORMS, in O.Tice: 1 l-'; Fulton Sin Building! X. impiis-1 on other (ptirchisers. Jlnd it ifvrthrrnrdtitd L take notice of the institution of the above ivit
lll1rporlwg .' ifc., that' said sal; *?. (excepfm'4 I Ihe interest' j bv attachment, and and the
Adults. and to
kola Land Company. .Tudp of ProSateior! t ho County Gadien -. : Children or Y., I') Sonih Pt.trl..lre.tnlll! t for s.ila by appear plead decUration -

W | of S E 4, S' 7, T 2, R 2, S and H. ; XV \ of < for iHleisof I disaiihsion as administrator, vu I he I HULL'S COUGH LOZF.XGES, all the ;I'rinC'lp.11Irw: i"I a-ul Mcrchints: generally of d.limant"hall) be made by sitid C..rr.missonersnr ; i' filed in this case within the time prescribed bj
\\ ihl and all !! time United Slates West 1 Indies and IheCaiutdas. I the fallowing terms to wit : One-third: of tiP nur- law. H. N. GRAY
PRKVI..NT Consumption cunt cases o : throughout ,
JC C: 4, Sec IS, TJ!, 1 H 2, S and E, owner unknown. E"Iah' it William Gil lstnti, lute of. mid: Countv ile- I:
NajI C4'J"'I"4.i.HCIIIB.I.D SMITH I Jr.* (; ilds. Asthma, Spitti'igi't t 1 Blood, I'jins i i inSlmrtnets I th.' Side, chase money in cash the remainl r in three instalinento j Attorney for Plaintiff.
EJSW: 4Sec2tiT I 1,11 1, \\o\\'ner ,
10 no\\'n. .' Juh' 22, 1".1S. 2JIII'r.. .I' ol Ureatli, and all other Pulmonary Complaints A fresh supply of the above valiialiled medicine hf one, two,31d three years, with interest j j December 30, IS49. 2-1 3mi
icceived and for .:who'psale and retail by sis per centum ; and'that aid Commissioners shall
W I lot No. 1W3 l '''ng and being in old plan cityof i i just
Jr. execute with the purchasers written Circuit Court Monroe
S uoDR EDWARD BMtXARD! "ignsealancl : County.
Tallalias"cc, owner unknown.Lot I'uhlicoti it-o.ALL II
I HUT.I:: FEVEIi: AND AGUE PILLS, D. LADD. Newport. printed contracts, conditioned! Im'rlhe I executipsrot i I
No. 2, frac see 1 IS ; !Itt 1 and 2, fnc, FCC J. i ilttt'rpsled in the of i Joseph A. Barelli. > ,
persons estate John title when the shall be Atraf brnent.del. .
Well knoAii, a Safe, Ceituin, ant r.il'ectual: Cure O\'rmhf.'rllI"cI 1 17 f.m perfect money ?
VHtlion 21 W J, and N E 4 of Sec 23 i. and lots Nn. vs.Franrkco
: .
; : :', diseased, will lake notice that at i for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent ---- paid, and furl h her conditioned that if any instalment Debt S00O.
1,2,3,1, :3, t fi;, and 7, of Sec. 2\i, in Township 2, N i the! ex|'iratioi! of >ix week alit r the lir>t f11lII! !'J. I Ilion | and all other Fevers. Price reduced to StrwfJfirr i Quincy Male & Female Academy. lie nut paid, at the lime it becomes due, all moneypreviously X. de Ealo.
of R 1 containing 2H1 acres, purporting to belong ; nd.int, and all others interested
of this r noice! I bliall apply to the Jud of ,tn
forfeited rIw
l' shall be and that the j
to Albert A. Pickftt and John II. Gindrat. Probate Wakulla j C'ulll per Bar.I I f I'HE exercises of this Institution for the )ear paid ; hereby lotified of the commencement et the
'lor K-ttris of
W J of N W 4 of Sec 1 17, T 1 I. R 1 1. S and P., b<>. tralionon tae estate county of the said John Tatnm-ii deceastd I The above Medicines, flesh and genuine, are for JL l 1- I l'-:'. will 1 commence MI .Iiin.l.iyJ.iimn.irv ->1 tli slid Commissioners shall have a right to re-enter j jnpon I i above suit by attachment in the Circuit Court of
I LEWIS \ME possession same
lan:tnto e tale r-f A. Krati.nn, for taxes due lor I Icltl18".ISlfi DANIEL LADD. isalebv. .t : The ..s-rnbvr, h<\ 1112 rec-ovi-red his l-e.ilth: w ill at,. : Monroe County, returnable! tu the next term of laid
Fa. without i I let, hindrance or m urn m nbranee, thtouirh or I
." 1'47, and ISIS. i New Port, Nov. 20th 1S4S. I Tallahasee. I r that time resume t tl.e discharge "f f him duties us Prin Court, and are hereby required to appear and plead
certificates of K-ommetidation and! othei in- from the Jlitdil ivfttithcr Oidcredifc., *
For purehasyr;
Section 15T t. R 1 1. N and E., puipnrting to bp. cipal. His altenrioit will hedtvidfi between flit j to the same. JOSEPH A. BARELLl.
lorrnation coticcriling i I llic-ah<>\e 'It"rljcil"t'e future I two t In tlu' Femil he That the said Commissioners do deposit thc monie
long to W. G. Gould. Iu Wakulta Circuit COlli IVpatlments. Department [ By his Accent, W. H. WALL.
JAMES: SIIFT.XVOOD r Danit-1 L.tdd, Compt., ) In Chanceiy Fall Term. advertisi meiits, and pamphletsliicliinav! be obtained will be asMsled hy Mrs. S. P.. 1n\\4\us.: who is a arising' from the tale of wiil lands, as fast as the Kev West, December IV, [30] IMa. 24 3m
into their hand, in the Rank of
ol the Azeuts. same are paid
Tax Astnr and Collector Leon County.OcIobr teacher of esliblistu-d! reputati: I Her former pat-
r.f. > December, r th, IS Is. March 1 J.. lN.Drugs! .1.- Charleston, in the State ot South; Carolina and that
ts' and those who know her best I all in
'!1 1. ls.' J,1 1 1-'. Deft. rums, agree rec- Notice.
Joseph Hill
Dyer foreclose .
to -
) a -- -
----- mortgage.IT ommemliiii her : and said monies shall not be drawn (rom said Dank, cxrept -
liig'ily accomplished
Tax Collector's Sale. I appearing tn the sativfartioii of time Court' by Medicines, &..c.EDWARD te.ichfi.as She a is competent to instruct successful in- on the joint draft of slid Commissioners, Under I ALL persons having demand again tb. estate

atruhvit in I this ca virtue of the a'horit'I'"t(1 Music Fretirh and
l1y in trie by law, I Drawing, Embroidery t the Enlisli -
1) have this day levied upon and will expose for (I of the State of Florida, and bejor.d the jurisdiction BARXARD, JR., Branches.! 1'hn'eor- four additional teacher .lad it isfnrthrr) C>rdtred, That the said Com- to pre.ent them without delay to the undersigno*,

toall', before the, Court Hou e in the ctlj of Tallaha- j I ufhis l Court, but in t the United Stales :-It isOdtrtfI TTAS received, hy the late arrival, a will he emploved in the two Departments, nml) ever mis-ionfrs n.akf a full and ampie report to this 1 and all person* indebted to said estate will make imj -

heel on the fiht Monday in March let t, the following That I Ihe said Joseph F. Dyer, as aforesaid I II 'I ii lr:>h addition to his stock ol HEX-: !j I exertion will he mate! to in-urp the rapid improve. Court after said bale, of their proceedings in this j I mediate payment. WILLIAM E FISHER,
I do appear and 1 plead aiihwvr or d< nuir, to I ho j Jt'1 FINE DRUGS) /; AXD MEDICINF.S: ait t of I II !I behalf. ROUERT W. FISHER,
propertv, or so much thereof a i will pas the I i mrnt of the PupiN; and to render the I InstititinnWoilhyol : ;
State and Countv Taxes due thereon for the >rarj .iid; bill of complaint, or the aid bill will betaken | ..I-,_: \\lncll are <.1 f tiood quality, Jotffvr (.' ,.sh. :j jiso.on I (he extensive:' patronise it has hitherto I December 30.: 1SI3. 24 Sw Admioiitralori.

ISIS, to '"it : / at pro (O1OIS0 a:ainM Ihe said i d..f'n 1ant.-I'/Jr;-I \/ haul u general assortment of (till: tollow- : enj'ijed. The A.-nd.-my IH furnished wit II :.I.ips. The lands; to which above ..f..errpf..u are known j -

JAtl Nos. '.., f 10. J 11 I, t 12, in Sec 2(1, T I, n 1 Nand dii, That t the publiration of this oider be ma.ie! in i liz, which :tie warrantd, genuine, vi'Huiick's / : 1 I Globes and =a well selected Libra>. I It has alvi1:1 ,i is "The Artadondo Grant," containing about two \? Notice.
i oinenewspaper piiutrd in the city of Tallahassee I Pai eca, Koua.il's Improved Tonic Mislure. hindred and ninety tnonstml) acres consisting; uf '
\\ ., containing acres in each lot, as per plat ol i extensive Phi iasiilmliirai| and l'llt'lIIiral1'iMrat"; ,, creditors legatees, and person entitled to
survey by II. T. 1fl"ekerCount) Surveyor, and 4',ldf once a \\ctk for''the perioJ (ii I four "month*. U'ist.ir'i Bals.irn; 'f Wild Clierrv Br.indreth's! and a I ire Cabinet of Minerals' rt'IIt'l"lrfrn:1 vtrious fine llanii: ock. Prairie and Pine Lands The entire jrnf j A tiihutiou. in the estate uf Robert Fisher.d.-

ot r taxes tlncon I IttiS acres II( land snid on the 17lli THOMAS) IJALTXELL, Ju.le.A Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathaiiic t Canmplimr| ; parts of thl'.rl These allord the studentsupei : : has been arcunilel; 4flv -,ed.' and divided I '' ceased, are hereby notified that their claims! and d*>

January, Is*!*, In M. A. Lone, Commissioner in a true copy ; 2 GF.O.. Jn\\xTClrrk. U'rrtu, Cough, and Dinner Lo/iMigi, Bonpland's '. jim ;advaul.ige-t., and rndi t the ..t-tu.lv. f sciencelishtfil after theimitner the PnSlirSurvev. into nes.: I It |! maud- will be barred at the expiration ot two jitrs

.t-uit between William llailey and henry' Gee; against Celebrated Fever and, Ague 1 R incdy Lucenia Cllrtl jot I.ThompOII' I. : a ii\ .1 I ociti Fiat i"'). Tho.e ; irsiiins: i Chomiilrx .\\r.iliips anti! sections-plats of which hive been j; frorr- the granting of letters of administration tpthunderjuried

K. K. Call and G. K. Walker. JVoiicv.S & i I've: Water, \k\1''Inns' Elixir: i i (if Opium, I ISinds and N'ttural Philosophy are taught practically as orepared and may obtained at St. .\uu tine and inless! the lame are exhibited within

J. W. SHERWOOD IX weeks from dale, I shall apply to the Honorable I Sarsapaiilla, Turner's' 1-Vv-i-r and Ague Pills, I well as fhf'If..I ,'alh'. They are admiltrd to the J'Il"1c1\'ilc.! I the said two years to the undersigned.

Tax Allc"*. rir and Collector Leon County. Judso of Probates of Wakulla comity, le.rieltcii T% I'I'II ditto (;,)rdoJlI'j Billious and .\nti-J peptic i I Libiratnrv, iisd, allowed l.1'exni-rim-nt lor thrtn- This large body of land, rcjjirrled a. the l IIP..r t ?in '' WILLIAM E FISHER,

November lh, ISIS.I IS Is' ofadmnmnistiation L' bonii non.oi' the estate Pills, H'ckilll'suli.U,!peptic Pills, Peters'and i t
----- -. -- -- --- -- --- of John Talllnad ", tJCl' 'bld. Spencvr's Pills, and is Agent l for S. P \\ends Chain, and rnrnsiiralion by actii',il measurement.The of UiitU'lo, nearly 1 1i,1.uhtween' the Atlantic ,I| December! 30. 1515. 21 S\v Administiatons.i .

Tax Collector's Sale. DANIED: LADD.! cch-hratt-d! Sarsaparilla: in ipiart bot tics, at:1 1 per j I Boirdiii climate .11I 1 -

viitue of the anthill'll'colt.tl ii me by law, I Doc Kth.lM' 2 bottle.t I I A 1"1, sup ii itlr Lemon 5vrup? ; prepared I from I t the accommodation Iwilh. of the Teachers asi.l Sin t lertilily of iou, to the |"r"t1)'tion: ofiiigar.. lung and j i Notice.

BY \' tlii dav I'ipfi11'011. and will c\I'o"'e (oia1eIebore pnie Citiir. or 7>//ii Acid, tar i.re>ier.ilile fur I ihe ,, d.-ul", will *K kept !!y (;'. Alexaudor) MclverBoird .- short staple Cottons. Rice Spanish Tobacco, Arrow |

the Court House, in the city "t>t Talla. Ktlafc.' (!f Lewis i'urkcr.tMJiI'1'Rt'rR" sick or ordinary: IHO I tlia'i I thai usuallv sold, Lundtxi, I IPorlir inrluliii! washing, will rate at $l lt<) per I IJoot: Indisro, &.C-, and swept over daily by the "ea j j' FIlE subscriber having taken out letter of admin-

lia"see, t-n the GrIt :Monday in June next:,the following : OTIC::. &c., &.c. I month ":t tnden's bnardin at I this house will have liree/e, i is healthy bevnr.d, any port.on of the South on the estate of Joshua H. By id,lit*
i property, kaiauch thereof .: uiU pav I he Slate indtb'cd the June 10. IM's 47 I t11 advantage: of be-in.; at all litn' und<.r the care nit country of the Unitedstates.. I I.} in; in the immediate all County hay deceased, hereby gives antics
to estate ol the late tu claim against said estate to
and County Taxes due the thereof the ALL 1''r"Olls the who will ei-inlend nciihboihoodol( Like Orange, between which persons ng
let le.iclicrs their
owners t t morals and
will Tucker, deceased, of Iun\\tll!; District' D. APYf ami (he Ocklawahaw Vl'r. now navisfaMe, a communication present them to me, or to Benjamin Byrd, of Leon
scar ISIS to wit : I----; M assist them in their studies. .
the State of South Carolina will make County, m\ authorized amentwithin
In two
Lots Nos. 19, and part of 175, and 70, O. P and pavrnent ( ;", .,f\ ? .; It.. ( '' For further infornntion respecting rales of tuition nciy and will b It t the MiWiiber.! And all demands, .. 0 poll authenticated agreeable to law will
having W
j peicons -- -- and cheap connection will be established be- or they
15 J. N. A. of Tallahassee belonging to Anderun IV text books, regulations, !LC., &(. s ee printed Catalogue easy ,,
Peeler. agaiiisj said estate, will ,please present tt.tm dulvitc : Practice i in all 1 t the Courts I in t tlie Middle which I Ito bv application lwe-n I this region and the iiics on the Atlantic ;, be barred of reco.'ery ; and all persons indebted will
,ted lo AMifb PATTKnwiv.: I 1-11.; r..irii\\tll WILL Olf.ce the tirM flour ol time may procured I .to please to make payment immediately.
on ,
Cap Ii co.ist, whilst! the n:fuie of things rail roadarrrss
Lot Nos. SI, 52, S3, SI, and <>5, N. .. of city of N. II. STEWART, I Principal.
Court House, S. C. JAMES COOXER, itch South .vine, formerly occupied the OLIVE BYRD, Administratrix.
room by and Ibis
Tallaliassec, belonging to Chat! les F. Mercer.JAMES ) December 1 ro.; !iSt.! O'J the Peninsula, through foxlv of I.1n,1.! i j I'
: W. SHERWOOD., : Dertmbt-r 2, ISIS. 2 Administrator. Secretary of''Ihe TVrntor will soi>n be established, and become ,the great commercial Sopchoppy, December 23, i945. 73 2mI

Tax Awspusur and Collector for Leon Count .. Novi-mhcr l"i. 1 IS '1.1. 17 Fletcher Institute, Fa. Conference. and social thorough fare between said cities I I The Plantation belonging to said estate will ba

November.IS J1S. I IS is Hamilton County Tax Sales. For New York.TIlEKEGFLARLINn and those on the borders of the: Gnlph.In rented for the ensuing year. For terms, apply uabot

1 ( of i'he power vested in me bylaw I SITUATED HALF MILE KUUM T1K1M.VSVILLK, CA. view of 'ihedeltehtful! climate of the fertility .. e.
Tax Collector's Sale. 13Yirlll '11< the soil of the rich and varied of "
for s-alr before the Court ,,
House : ..chold..lic'ear to consist of one Term of !1 New Goods....Fall Trade.
BY virtue of I the authority vested in m<- by law, I door in t the town or f Jasper; Hamilton County, Flori 6 rHE months, 'lo commence t Ihe firt Mundjy in which are confined to regions of very limited nI I i j'

hue this day levied ujion, and will expose for .!Ia, on the (ourtli Monday in April, I IS19 I the following February amid close the list t Tliir.-di\ November ''nl. which jive character to the )lands now offered! ; S. J-C BURXEY

*a1e,b"f"re the Court Home in the city ol Tallahassee described property' or so much thereof as tor sale, i it is believed that no portion of our widespread '

on the first Monday in March next, the following will be suflirit-nt to pay the State and County taxes OF PACKETS: between COURSE( OF STUDIES: -KATES OF TUITION. ; domain oR'eis higher inducements for the investment HAS just returned from New York,and would 11-
Orthography, Heading, Writing, and Arithmetic of capital, promises richer rewards to ( his patrons and friends that be
land, or so inncL thereof as will pa> th<> State' due theieon for the year Ibis, to wit : and Newport will

and County taxes due thereon for the year 1 ISIS I to : Also, Ihp S I E 4 of the S l E j of Sec :31 ,TownhmijmI. commence running, at I lie opening' of t the fall trade per term, sit 1 00 Ihcilulnslryothel'oormal1'( ; is hourly expecting per Brigs Wakulla and Lucy, a
above with
The Grammar and Geography
wit: Range 13, North and Ea: "t, purporting lo belong and continue: i throughout I the e-nlire jear, viz: English An examjuatiou ol Ihise l lands )is earne!fly invite | iV.irge and complete assortment of

1i N E4and 4 P i SE4, Svc IS; W J S W 4, to the otat of -njamin; haire! .. Brig WARCALLA! Jos.seljn, Master, 20 UO The above with Ihe burlier branches of( : ,
Sec 14, all it 1'1.1 R 2, N and E..containing 240( ANo, the E: J of S E 1. the W J S W 4, and S E OCII.I.Ttim, do. English.dncat, ilIemurarin\ len-an give will be promptly furnished on application' lo I Bonnet, Ready t made Clothing, Men's and Boj *

acre, and bclnnRiiu : to the estate ol Benjamin Ha- 4 of the S W 4, and the W J of the S E 4 of Sec 25, LUCY. llosmcr, do. tat and Moral either of them. j|j Caps, lImits ot John N. Genin's superior qaalitiw

?*i\\, deceased, or the estate of H. W. Braden, do- the W i of the N W 4, and the N E J.I time N W II SU\\\ XF.F., Clark do. (new,) PhiiLo.inphy.Rhetnric. Logic, The sale of these lands will be bezun at the time Boots and Shoes, HardwareSingle and Double Bar-
ceased aqd the Union Bank of :Florida. 4 of Sec 30 1 Rmme H North and East Ilntany rvJeology, Book-keeping and place, and on I the t terms set forth in the degree !
Township J. t, WACISSA, Pf'rrdo.. (new.) and Political i relied Guns,Crockery,Glass, Stone, Wood and.W-
Economy 30 00. under which the act. No will j
I JAMES. ShERWOOD purporting to belong to th" Union Bank. money I
These built in the most t tnil itantial low Ware with
Biigs are man. The above with a good assortment of Groceries.
French Latin Greek Algebra be received other than such will be taken Je-
as on
Tax Assessor and Collector Leon Alan lot No 3 of Iractionalseetion 7.in ,
County. Township ncr pxprf.i"ly for tr.is trade, and commanded i He tenders thanks
are by especially to the L-xHw
Geomctiy Mensuration &c. i.c. 3r l (N) posit by the Bank of Charleston as equivalent to ; very
November 25, J".S. 19 ti I South of Range 17, East, lajins on the Suwamiee, careful and and : and
experienced Captains. Freight regular customers for their libeuli
River passage Music on Piano, extra, -In (mitIrating I specie ; and it is suggested, I that persons proposing i generally,
purporting to belong to S. B.
Thompson. at the lowest' ratrs.1'nlll- aotll'aintin! : i' patronage, and begs again the notice of all to his
extra 2.r 04)U.e to become purchasers will do well to mike deposits
LEWIS & AMES, Also, the S W 4 of Sec !, Township I, Range 13, COE:, ANDERSON & CO., Fall slock.
South and East, purporting to belong to William J. of Piano per tf.'rtn. 4 uu' I in said Rank, and bring with them certificates of
10 Beaver street New York. Liberal advances
UEAI.RR* IX For Wood, i oo' such deposits. on Cotton consigned to IiU cut
DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS, WILEY LEE: Tax Assessor JOILV 11101.McNAUGlIT One-half the tuition to be paid in advance ; the GEO M. PAYNE. for shipment.

Toilet Artitlw) ie. and Collector & ORMOND, other half the first of July. J. CHILD, September, 1919. 10
Perfumery, Window Class, ] fur Hamilton County, 1S-13. Newport
P4tofTtIUI' BfltsHsAiolheenrlcs' AND October, 18 IS. 14 BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. WM. A. FORWARD
C01.onll. Newport, August t 12, 13 IS. 4
(:liss Wsn-v, Ac. 'i ----. Mr. WM. C. HUNT, Principal of Male Department. December 0, IS'S.I 21 Commissioners. Land for Sale.

T I llh I :above constantly on Land. ,and for sale at t Ihe Notice.SIX Fircnd Marine Insurance Rev. G. MALLKTTE, Assistant GCr litofJ in whose papers above notice of sale j A VALUABLE tract of land is offered! at private
low cst market I i If lands is required to be given will insert' the same sale situated mile East of Marion
price months after date, I shall apply lo the Hon. BV THE Rev. R. H. LUCKEY Principal Female Department. LI. one Cros
I.FWISMES.. I of Probate for the County of JefFerson, Protection Insurance Company l\Ii\1ilthny.\.I'OTTER. Assistant ma t tw ice weekly in their respective paper till day of I I Rojd, in Jefferson County,and half a mile North of

-Pure---Sulphate- - -of-- Farquhai Macrae, late of said County dec'd. Of New Jersey from & to IU dollars per month. the,said at SI. Augustine will, ny be the mouth of June, when I acres, 75 of which is cleared and under (tolerabt'Fence
Quinine. accounts
RICHARD I HARRISON. AT SOMERVILLE, P. P. SMITH, President. _. paid. about one half hammock, the balance good

TilE wibxcribers have on hand two hundred and Jefferson County, September 0, IS IS. S Cm CAPITAL $20U,000' -Chartered February 1S4S. II. W. IIA\PP, Secrttarv." I pine land. It is watered by numerous ,prj'is of the

,)' ounces ol Sulphate' of Quinine, which the) ) Plantation December l 10, 18-IS. Q-2 Wakulla Circuit Court.IN best spring water in the Stae, cxtremeIytIb7.

have obtained diiect from Ihe tnanulactuters/ and: for Sale.HAVING This Company insures 01 Merchandize,Furniture, ----- CIIA CI-RY.-ntLl4 FOR RELIEF.: and in one mile of a good school and church: It

thev will warrant it to be a superior art ick. removed to a distant )part. of the State, Building" Machinery Foclories, and properly Confectionery and Bakery. will be sold cheap and on. reasonable terms, and a
\te have enhrged our Mock IIf l Drugs and Medicines 'rih'r ofFers for sale! his plantationcon in city and country. generally I"! ENRY KINDON would inform his friend and Henry II. Walker, Complainant clear warrantee title will be given.

by cerent aitival*, and are propared to rsi-rulc tainj'l! about SlY acre, -lOi of which are cleared, JLJL the public generally that he has on hand and ts. Persons wishing to purchase, will be shown the

orders for atticles I in our line, at wholesale or retail under a good fence, and in all respects in good order DIRECTORS. is constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all'kinds, Joseph Deldfitld and Leis Curti ,Trnsteet of the preliiises.anti informed of the terms on application

on the most accommodating t terms.We for cultivation.\ It is well watered], and has a de William Thompson, Edward.Payson, N. York. such as: Apataclucola Laud Company et al., Defendants. I to J. F. Dewitt, or to C. W. DEWlTT. Ageqt.I .

have alto a lew account% yet due to UII for 111" I lihtfulell of water adjoining! the dwelling house. Peter L. Slrjker Matthew Rud.dale, II PEPPERMINT LEMON DROPS. IT appearing lo the satisfaction of (he Court hyatlidavil I December 16, IS4S. 2"2 Marion Cross Roadi.

"",r 147. They are penernlly in small amount, It i ill situated about one mile from Like Jackson, and James Taylor J. McIntyre Brooklyn.! CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY made in this case, that Joseph I-latiefd

but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would go 14ix fromTallalia, on the I>ainbrid c road. The David Sanderson G. F. Power WINTERGREEN, BARLEY'CANDY, and Lewis Curtis, Trustee" as aforesaid and Louis York.

tar toward liquidating eel lain Mims w'hich, we owe. terms will be made easy to en approved purchaser. i William J. Bowne, HOARHOUND ; MeLane Charles Augustus Davis and George Gris- For New

LI:\nS & A ILS. For further particulars, apply on the premises or'' WM. THOMPSON President. And various others, among them 8c\'etJllhat are wold, reside out of the State of Florida and beyond new packet.Brig UWANNEE." Clirk/i.

April 1" is IS. 41 to Mfj. Richard Ha) ward. or to G. T. Ward Enq. J. II. VOORHEES, Secretary. useful for colds and co(<;hstand i prepared 10 manufacture the jurisdiction of this Court, but in the United THE having the bulk of her cargo engaged
J. J. and all kinds States : // i.. Ordered, That the said Joseph Dela- with For
SCOTT. -, any thai\ may be ordered, both will sail for the above port despatch.
Thomas J ef. Heir October 2S, IRIS. 15 authorized wholesale and retail.: field and, Lewis Curtis, Trustees I as aforesaid and freight or passageapply to
Agents arc to state (to Ihe
ATTORNEY AND! COUNSELLOR AT LAW, --- --- ----- THE of this Company that they recognize lie j is also prepared to carry on Baking in all its Louis Me Lane, Charles Augustus Davis, and Georgq McNAUGHT &. ORMOND.

Bacon, Flour, &c. (he Courts of .the different States of the branch?, from I the plain Loaf of Bread, to t het moat Griswold.do appear and plead answer or demur to Newport, December 9, ISiS. 21
; in Union
practice the Cile
WILL lit Couit in rach exquisite Cake and Pies. ( said bill of complaint, or Iho said! bill be taken for
of the Midd.e Circ, jit CASKS CLEAR BACON SIDES (where they have: agents,) in case of difference and Piutkaud.thepublccan -
and in the Supreme. 5 always be accommodated confessed against I hell: Provided, That pub I ica I ion Lime &c.
by notice
1 10 baireU Flour that their instructed giving timely ,
to conform
.Court and Unite! SUU- District Agents are to the
Court of this order be made in
Tall.rK "ee.Jllanticello. a l tI) Potatoes' usages of other responsible Companies; Ihe settlement at the Bakery and Confectionary on Jefferson st'reef, some newspaper printed in 1 9f BBLS- LUMP LIME| IN FINE RDER.
orrnJlh..the uction Room of R. If. Berry, .. the city Tallahassee once a week for the period of
: (
, January 29, 1S4S. Apples of losses. : four"months. 1.i..dU 2 5S. Lea Lard Tallahawe, Dec. Ifi, ISIS. 2'J Done in open Court Df.(. 5th, 18 IS. DENHAM.
5 kegs ( The subscribers have been appointed Agents by For sale low by JOHN
., A hue copy (torn the record.:
Medical Notjce.P1 2 Western Butter the. above Company for Tallahassee and its vicinity. Newport, December 0,1848. 21
& Lewis of GEORGE L BRYANT Clerk.
2 barrels dried IVac' en. LEWIS & AMES. Randolph surviving partners the firm ,
U.WIRT.MP. j..L.CALL, H I>. of & Lewis December 9, IS H. 21 4m
WIRT CALL have aociat thcin.ehvn Just t received per Svhr.TMUhaMce., and fnr male August 12, 1S4S. 4 Cm Waddel Randolph by Benjamin C. Bagging and Bale Rope.
DU3.Ihe practice of. Medicine, Surzrry. fiwr., and) hy McNAUCHT( & OUMOND. vs.Clement 13. Barrett. For Sale. 1 supply of KENTUCKY BAGGING M<1
ofli-r their ecrlcc* to the public. Newport November\ 1848. l j Groceries, &c. AFRESH Schr..TaII'-
'PHEdefendant and all ethers interested ROPE, daily expected by
are here- subscriber offers for sale his interest in the, .
Office over Draff Store, Mnnticello, Florida. THE ha McNAUGHT & OSMOND.
JL < ee.
notified of the
by commencement of this suit, .,knpwn as Ware and Tuckl'r'.l'lanat! on.
Jugu&t.5.ls. !. 3 ly Notice.SIX s. S. KNIGHT &,co. returnable Newport, November 19, 1849. IS
: P LiL to Justices Court to be held at Tallahassee lour miles from the Aucilla Ferry, on the Augustine
/ months after dale I shall apply to the Hon. HAVE: just received a large stock ol GROCE on the ISthday December nexti t and to appear Road about twenty-six miles from Tallahassee, and
.DR.J.S.BONDO 1 e of Probate lor the- County' of JvfFerson, :". WESTERN PRODUCE, BAGGING and plead to the same. jhirteeo miles Southiof I Monticello. The lands are To Turpentine Dippers.WE

FFFRS his profe llionill.erice.'o the citizen for letter of dismission ** Administrator of Paul de ROPE. and every thing that pertains to their busi Given' under myhand and seal, this 27th day of equal to any in Middle Florida, The tract contains have on hand a supply of Ihq proper tool'

OT.ce ot. Tallahassee and the surrounding country. falha e, deccawul. ness. There can be nothing lost by Ting them a November A. D. Isljj. about 1700 acres, oC'which'mY' claim is' 106O1 lU'reil. for this business, which we offer for MIC. .

at Col Fisher' Hi-tel. RICHARD HARRIS )N.Jeflcrion call. JOHN II. RHODES, Constable. J. R. TUCKER.: MrNAUGHT & ORMOND.Newport.

)k l9, ISJ7. 4ft tf County, September Q, I84. 8 c n Nmember25,1S1D. If December 2, ISiS 20' 3m Monticello, November-, ISIS. 16 tfeb'19. I November 18,134S. IS