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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 10, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL : were, had no affinity with insolence : --
and ,
cru- 1'01 the Journal of Commerce. ', ..T
U rUBLUHED:: EVEJirT "ATtJRD.'y. cl's'. That said ADDRESS OF THE **, }
man, the King, has no C.LFOItNtA.-CAUTJON! TO its ? according to its ? t
.... EMIGRANTS. fufmenl. plain meaning indifference, if not with
Southern
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learning, no sense, nomanneis, and more impudence We advise Drfcgnfc In ( f)1.rcs'toWe and What that meaning and in. approbation, a jv
persons going to California number of
Ib great slaves
r n M s : ) ) thin by enticedfromibeirow
ten carted street walkers. ..t VotiaUtcr5u's. tent ,.
DOLI.AMX if in aJvance. all means lo lake with them at least six month are-1hert was no diversity of opinion[ a. nets, and placed beyondt he
HnEL eranuurn paid Work was to be done whose names are I hereunto possibility of recorery .
however I !
which could annexed in the l better .
provisions! and twelve be Lut days of the Republic, ; ,
better prior the
for address to
uRn: AM A HALF paid( .within si\ inor.tLn. be trusted lo no man who reverenced law wouI ; you iu discharge of what we believe 1819. great annoyance and heavy pecuniary .
or thus far Congress State
or' DOLJ.SHif*. 4l>*iduntiltl) >eendoflie! >car.f was sensible of shame and thus a we are very small quan. to be a solemn duly, on the important and Federal Legislatures, State lots of the bordering Southern States. Jt
: I ; JefFrey!, at lilies fur sale have forward, and unless mos Judges and Magistrates, and peo-
These (tenns will be rigidly adhered to, and. an age at which a barrister thinks himself this precaution is taken gone subject ever presented for your consideration. pIe, all spontaneously placed the inter. When we take into consideration: the great
ill be discontinued unttl all fortunate many will be great We allude to the conflict same importance of this
no paper anearag.'sareinid if he between .the} provision the absence
ts lead
l\ro irctation it.
EmploJ'lllo losers I on
an impor. and During that
mile-!! at the option of the publishers Sul possibly great sufferers also.- great sections of the peio none in. all o s
(tant Union uncertainty its
to
as .
true and
cause, was made Chief growing out of meaning -
Justice of the terposed impediments in the .
I'criben-iIt be received for three months at One E'el provisions can be had from the West difference of a way Ihe owner tent the
Dollar) x monttu at fI?1 SO. Every older for the Kin''s Uenrh., Coast (if South America, they will commandcxtra'aant to the relation feeling and opinion in reference seeking to recover his fugitive slave ; nor ded, many guards by which it is surroun. l\\
out of this Inn..1 l b.. His enemies could existing between the did to protect and enforce it and then reflect
"paper t county accompanied with not deny that he two races any deny his right to have J. |
posses- price, |
tlat' cuh. unit'* tit order comes through auy of(;uri.Ui fed some of the qualities of a great judge.His .- rates offreight. The on account of the high the European and African, which inhabit the acility! to enforce hit claim to hare every him proper deivered how completely the object for which it was in. ,4 I
"l l autlioiizcd, agent in the Stale.ADVEBTIsnMENTS freight from Panama to Southern section and the sertcd in the Constitution ,
J of is
legal knowledge, indeed acts aggression It defeated by these
such then
was
San
Francisco is than up. was nearly as to recover ,
mlrlj more twice much and easy twofold
as
as encroachment
as he had picked up in practice 10'er. from New York round the Cape. From The to which it has led. one found in a Northern State as one infractions, we doubt, taking all to. .
high kind but he had Chi I conflict commenced not long after the ound in gether, whether more flagrant breach of
; of those a 1 .
(the wheat neighboring Slate. But .
iniierted ole
Wail be at the rate ofOneDnhtarperqukn4f hppiJ country of South America) to I acknowledgment of Suther faith is to be found
twelve lines for the first, and fittj cents for each constituted intellects which, across Francisco, the rates are doubtless still has our independence, and this has passed away, provision i de. on record. We know (thn :

.tI" Qu'nt inst>rtiull. A reasonable deduction of snpllistrJ and through masses of the lte. While on this subject will adJ higher. the gradually increased unti it has arrayed funct, except perhaps in two States.* i language we use is strong, but it i not leu ..
word
we true than
will be made l a great of (he strong.
on -pal notices, estate notice", mu rial straight to the (true point. Of about ships and their lody against the Southon When we take into consideration the irnortancR .
I lt notices without alteration, by persons! Livingrrpular his intellect, however, he had seldom the full accommodations. Take this most \'itaIIIIect.; In the progress of and clearness of this There remains to be noticed another class .
with in no vessel that is old provision, the
tile
{ accounts otlic! passage and does not this conflict I aggressive acts of
no. liven in civil causes his malevolent and aggression has followed evasion by which it has been I a kindred character, but
stand aggren. aside
All announcements of candidate. (
or office, FIVKroLLARh : at t our Offices as high as A 2. Uc sure lion, and encroachment c may which instead of
-invariably in II J'a lice. IVu attention despotic temper perpetually disordered his also that ship is ventilated and encroachment, until i. fairly be regarded as one of the most fatal striking at an express anil -
Mill be paid to any order f for announcement: ,unless! judgment. To enter the den of a wild beast good captain your and let weJ te has a I they have reached a point when a regard for blows ever received bj the South and the U- specific provision of the Constitution, aims directly .
accompanied with he cash. which none could tame, and which ; positively agreed your peace and safety will not permit us to remain nion. This cannot be at destroying the relation }between the
was as that the more and
All: "eli ious, marriage, snJ obituary notices publi bhip hal Mop at least twice on the longer silent. The concisely two races at the South
I be of this by subversive
likely to roused object ad. means '
to correctly stated than it has
.lied ptatuitou I l ; but editorial; noliren; for pri- rage by caresses as at. passage-once Atlantic and in the dress is been by two learned in their
ute benefit, will be charged as ad.' ctileU1enhl. tacks. He frtq'lenll. poured forth on the Pacific ; that no gambling shall, be once allowed to give you a clear, correct, but brief Judges of the Supreme Court of the United the tendency of one of the ends for which

pIiulifs and J.ftndants l ( barristers and attorney board, no on account of the whole series of aggressions I States. In one of his decisionsJudge CUItiluliona established. We refer .
profane the
JOB \\'OJJ ) swearing at table. We and encroachments on your rights, with Story said lo systematic agitation' of the by
\'illt"ses audjitryinen, torrents of Iran have visited some of these 1 : Historically, it is wel known Abolitionists question
\V* lire well" : prepared to execute Job Work, such tic abuse, with oath and them ships, and rJlc statement of the dangers to which they expose that the object thi/ was to which, commencing in 193-%
ill'rmillt secure
in bill.,cards, blank "pamphlet&L.C., with nehtiictt His looks tones lad inspired! terror. curlls.when with generally well arranged, and provided you. Our object in making it is not to I the citizens of the slare-holding cau'c Slates the i is still continued in all possible forms.. Their
and dl' l'atrh. All I I work of thi, dt'cri l i ) suitable accommodations. Some ofthem excitement avowed intention is
|p1 "ti h lit cause but to i lo bring
was put in full complete right and title about a state of
merely a advocate( you possession ownership in their I
for struggling have
-xcept porntin: having yearly' account! with young state.rom!, here, can be as retired of the facts things that will force
I itm, oihce, Inusl t be paid Ill on ddir'. into practice. Now that he was at the head almost t in persons al and circumstances nee slaves:, as property, in State of the (U.I emancipation on the I
I their every
as houses. We **** t f* ? I I __ South. To unite the
Jll 1\lff)1rtk.f. ( ? e.-il.l. CI\1 no- : 3 foi-And.- .i."..n.n... T r L I nion.. into they North in fixed hostility
fliA !I Iiii niicfit i
01 a
ermiJIJ1. .", *. F >"..,'I nceu tins on board (the J.lizahcth IJJIcn. Her seated disease which //"Ul utep. whih = earanp., -from---- -thi-- ,,'. Ilaver.. in: the South, and .,. escite diron_ I I I
IJilraM; from JVIacniil S5i Ih"C'W few indeed who did not tremble JI Ihrelel' great danger State wh" they were held in servitude." -
) 'tory tif i I between.decks are fitted up, the whole )length, I to and t the whole lent the slaves with their
you among
condition i
before bin politic. We The foil! ,
I'vcn are-
England.CHARACTER when he was 'sober, his, I each tide the the
on ,- that in among means employed to effect '
impression it.
violence With .
was a popular was indispensable
but to the
frightful' in governme.nt of this
each security
;
geni i tier
'ltcitnJ.fri from species view
being separated the next by like a to bring about the former
oral, his re ." a ours a true conception of the actual of in all every means
the
: or jnrntcY. and his evil 1 I 1 board property States .
o'ercouded partition, and fiom the 11 slare-holding ,
of the character and are resorted to in order
body ship state of disease and indeed to render the South f
The seal passions stimulated by of intoiicalion. 1 a is indispensable was so vital to ,
great was in Guilford's custody by projected curtains. is alo preservation I I and the relation between
Jef Prvisiol making to the
effecting of two
their there
IIi a cure. races '
1 ; but a mar ked indignity, W:1 at tIll same evenings were ordinarily given t to)I I fur aluudant: ventilation. If people will We have made it interests and institutions, that it can- odious and hateful to the North. jt
a joint address not be doubted For this
revelry. becausewe that
110 it
t tun" olfcrcd to him. Jloplc" saw only over his, constituted a fundamen. pur- 5
It WI determined that lam I go to California, it is beet to make them com. believe thai the pose> societies and
I tal
bottle
magnitude of the article without newspapers whero
another of \'C supposed un to be a f fortable. 111jtrtI the adoption of which the every P
t I In
laxvyer more vigor and regard to the
audacityshould lan established
mailer provisions thai it debating clubs
s indeed required should assume the Union would have opened, lecturer
K0tti-.li im.picKsive fl1
be called r and addicted to low I most not been formed. Its
to assist in the adminUlra. I corn we quote the ; true I
and low but following cOUmunicatiul In urn and solemn form.Nol design was to guard ihe employed, pamphlets and other publications, ?j
t lion. The per-on selected was Sir ( patty merrment. social and good 1 (he Boston : againit doctrines and pictures and
teorceJeffreys humored. He to go further back the difference ofo- principles prevalent in the petitions to Congress, resorted to,
I was r
Chie Justice of the Court of J King's such constantly ImrroulJed on I Would it not be well to caution those piuion and f feeling in States nnn-slaveholding; and directed to that single point, regardless of
I Bench. of this i occasions by buffoons, selected for the go. reference to the relation I by preventing them from intermeddling |j
into depravity man has ;pus.ted I most part from among the vilest ing to California, in regard lo taking a full between the two rac'-s. disclosed itself in the with or re or the ; truth or decency ; while the circulation of in- f'
a Both lrctilg.
have proverb. ihe peat English who practised before him. These pettifogers bantered supply( ) of provisions with them ? I 'have just convention (lint framed (the Constitution and I of tho 0 slaves.aIJol.hing. rights cendiary publications in the South, the agita. '
parties attacked his men owner
memory with emuJiiu received a letter from brother constituted of lion of the subject of abolition in '
J violence for the and abused each other for his entertainment my there ; he out the greatest difficulties in Again : The clause was therefore of the Congress, i,

K" II eir most; Whigs conliut'l"o him; I lie joined in their ribald talk, writesA state distress i and suffering prevails 'forming it. After many efforts, j wa overcome last importance to the safety and security of and the employment emmissaries, are relied .

1 found it cOlm.'lient: to(enemy throw; and him the Tories / catches with 11(1., and when his head grew sang fore here such as the world probably never be by a compromise, which provided in the the Southern States, and could not lie surren This on to excite discontent among the slaves. J

l 1I1mt of all the crimes Jlich had sullied on their tilt hot, hug cd kissed.) them ia an ccitacy of that saw. People were so eager to get gold fIrst place, fLit Representatives and direct t dered by them without endangering iheir been agitation, and the Use of these means, j :
have continued
triumph. A diligent and candid drunken l fyndne"". But; though wine al iirsl t thieyoinlythought how to gel here. Thousands taxes shall be apportioned among the States I whole property in slaves. The clause was for with more or less activi- i

blunv that some .fiigbtfal Moties inquiry will seemed to t-oflen his I heart, the effect of a few upon thousand have rushed 'here, bring. according to their respective numbers ; and I accordingly adopted in the Constitution by t ly towards fifteen years, not without doing much
which have .
l been told him : hours later was very Gilr rent. He often came ing no provisions with them trusting wholly that in ascertaining the number of each, five, the unanimous consent of the framers of it- effecting the object intended. We <
false
concerning are or exag.Derated to the for their supplies to what could be obtained.I slaves shall be estimated three. lo a at of its regard both object and means to be aggressive
judgment proof once ,
; yet the dispassionate seat, having I kept the court t a (hit intrinsic and practicalnecessity. I and |I'
historian here. There was none raised here. next that slaves dangerous to the rights of the South and
wi I All into States ,
waiting long, arid t but :I escaping :
half )
Le able lo make little yet having slept off whlresla.cry i
deduction
subversive I
very from i rushed, to the mines. does as stated, of of the
Tho i one ends for
his debauch brought not exist, shall be Again The "
his cheeks supply not discharged) : clause .
\atst!! mass of infamy with which the on fire, his eyes staring manifestly contemplates which the
memory like those of from abroad is mostly exhausted, and hun I I from servitude, but shall be delivered the existence of Constitution wag established.
of the wicked has a maniac.Vhexi he up on I a positive unqualified:
He was a judge of been IOlcfll( in this state, his boon companions of the was dreds 'have already died, and thousands more I II claim of the party to wLU their labor or service right on the part of the owner of the slave Slavery the is a domestic instilulion. It belongs

but man quick and vigorous parts ,, ceding night, if they were wile kept out of pro-his will die. from starvation and by the hand of I, is due. In ihe third plac, that Congress which no State law or regulation can in to States, each for itself to decide wheth- 1
constitutionally any it shall be
to insolence er
: and each : established
t passions.prone When loihe way, 'for; the recollection of the familiarly (to : oilier. Sickness rages a famine in. .haJ not prohibit the importation of slaves }be. way regulate, control r, qualify' or restrain." or not ; and if it hoestablished ',
angry just emerging I creases, and have, the whether should be abolished
which he had become demons i year 1803 but The of i or
from "hood lie admitted tll'l inllamed his flU goa. ; a tal not exceeding opinion the other learned J
boy had risen into maJignitv not. Such
ded] judges tb
practice' at to being clear and
tl, Old and he was sure to take insanity by hunger ; and if you have I I ten dollars may be imposed on each imported.: was not less emphatic as to the importance of ble unquestiona- ',
HailtIJa a bar where advocates every opportunity right of the Stales
I it
for And! follows
any regard a brother
finally that this '
of ship me some no capitation direct provision and the necessarily
\hue used a license of overwhelming them with execration I pro. I or tax unquestionable} right of that it would be
tongue unknown in visions to San Francisco shall be a flagrant act of
Westminister Hall. Here and invective. Not the least odious of as soon a possible,, J.ili. but in proportion to federal aunt the South under it. Judije Baldwin, in char aggression .
hi chief buMHi'fcs to during many)years ,peculiarities wal the pleasure which he took I.it Cf I die of starvation.' hers ; and that no amendment of the Constiluliou ging the jury, said :+ it.there are any rights on a State of, destructive of its rights, and subversive '{
was examine and its
txurninc the most "hardened & :rll. j in Irow.Ltatil/ ) tho'e whom I Such istho, way my brother writes me, and if prior to J 11)9, shall effect thin provis of property which are inviolable under (the Government independence, for the Federal ,,
milcreant of a in 'hit mollifying you think best, can publish it for it ion, nor that of or one or more States, or their .
great i capital. Daily conflicts wilh proMitiitct.uud fits;; of maudlin tenderness, he had encouraged you may relating to the importation ofSo .I.yes. protection the supreme law of the State, people: to undertake to force
it
to prevent some others' going there unprovided I. and the Union they those which on the emancipation -
thieves called presume on his favor. are have
and
out
cxcrcisedhis of its
slaves.
powers' The services ; with sufficient to UppUl t them( whic! ( satisfactor't'were these that been set at nought Hut it is a sound max
which the there. provisions, t of these defend
so effectually that he became the government had: by Ire im in
tt politics well r
rC t confummatc expected from him Respectfully, J. I'.l R K C it. second, relative t to the ants. A* the of as. as !law and.!morals. I., hat
htie delivering owner which h
were I. up o property p I .S % U114cannot
not .
_. .flJ
bully ever known in his profusion. performed merely i _... --- cci
1 ; ; -- *" *i} !*<< t. rigni 10 piWss
-
; protect andt
All t nJerel fur the Jt-elings of others, all antly., & 41bO'I His tfincliiohut;iii&t; ; cagC'lly the 4iUU 1 lllUilljlh- 2 //tIl JJoatou: 'J'l outstrip t.? aIr Ihe rest, except Ihe tlirJ, relative- ,the I. take away-as a citizen a a iv.fi, o-.aiw,, entitled '. : with he. equal rlo dierll: ,and or it abet mnjr, or hp aeL,! '

self-respect, all sense of the becoming were ocr of Algernoon exploit Sidney.was What judicial followed mur- Chinese Teller Oi California Cold, 4'r.-$ importation of slaves! until IrOS, with almost to all the privileges and immunities of nance another in doing it. And yetthe counte'j Abo-

obliterated! from his mind. He acquiied The' Fever has equal unanimity. They recognize the exist. citizens of any other Stairs-Mr. JohlJonslandi lilionuls jf
: was in perfect with this CaJloria reached China,, !I of the North, openly avowing their "
I boundless. command of the ,ihetoric in which harmony beginning and ence of slavery, and make a specific on ground which cannot bo taken ;
it provision
I.t I Respectable tories lamented the are icatiols.; seems, of a movement intention, and resorting to the most efficient
the! vulgar hatred disgrace fur its i itO from under him it i i.the
and where it same ground whichthe
express cfnh'rpt.- which the and of among the Celestials, bimilar to that protection was supposed' means for the purpose, hare been
The profusion of maledictions: and \ituperalive barbatily indecency the administrationof so gi eat I Ia wlaiel is taking place in ibis country. We: be the most exposed. Thry go further, and government itself is based. If the defi'nv to brin"about : state of things to attempting force thdSouthern

l epithets which, composed his vocabulary functionary justice ; but brought the excesses upon which: filled such lay before our readers an elract of a L incorporate it, a an important element, in de- I dants can be justified, we have no ] States to emancipate their slaves,

could hardly have been rivalled in the fish& men with horror were titles to the of letter received by Mr. Ashowe, a young Chi.nese terming the relative weight of the several I !"lor government." Again, after referring more without any act on the part of any Northern

n.rlot or the bear garden. I His I countcnan '( Jam s. Jeffreys, therefore, after the estt"en death of: at the China Tea Company's More in i States in the Gove.rnmenl of the Union, and I particularly to tlie; provision for delivering up States to arrest or suppress the means by

and his voice mu-st always have been unamiable Charles, obtained i a teat in the cabinet and Washington street. J is addressed to him byI the respective burden they should Iea in laying fugitive sla\'e he said : Thus you see, thatth t which they propose to accomplish it. They
t ; but these natural such a i his capitation and direct .. It well foundations of the laid 1 -
advantages-fur This J last honor mail I. brother, and i it we assure our readers, a taze was government are have been permitted to pursue their object,
I he seems to have thought them-he had im. of peerage.loyal for, was since a signal the bOla fide Chinese letter. The( extract was understood at the time that without them (the and rest, on the right of property in slaves.- and to use whatever means they please, if
proved to such a degree that there few approbation; judicialsystem translated Constitution would not have been The whole structure must fall by disturbing
were of the realm had been remodeled i in give by him run thus : adopted by without aid or countenance, also without resistance .
wbo, in his paroxysms of rage, could see or the thirteenth chief (CANTON, Sept. 14, 19.t8.-Good) many the Southern States and of course that they the corner-stone. or disapprobation. What gives a
hear) lil without emotion. I Impudence and century no justice had American California. constituted element so es entinl lo the These are grave arid solemn and admoni- shade the whole .
been a member of Parliament. len speak Oh'c.! system deeper to affair, is the
ferocity I.eat.upon 'his. brow._ The_ glare of hiryrs I rvrichcountrv 1 hear many American that_ it never. would._ _have, existed without_. them..,I tory word, from a hijh; source. They con 1 t.r. that one of the means to ekc their object.f.e '
uau a lascinauon for me Evr.xrri'L and oo. -le -. I : lale8, S Sal. raIl. frm; ill for which} the South has ever rontenr?. of dicontcnt ._
Europe
hIisronv-Liit I Oh "onUlru
ulllapPJ''itil or A pJ\j mel go they will Kuowlg (J. tblt elctin. amon onr IJD :. ,
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on whom they' were fixed, yet i r.t.-'f'be, fllo\'in strange eventful record '!i: get gold very quick, I hear. Oh, borne peo- I fid the Constitution, thereby pledging. their e a to the clearness, importance, nd fun-; 1 I tends directly to subvert whit i its preamble
eyes .rere said to be less tenible than the '. : faith, in the solemn damenta! character of this provision and the
most
s of a journeyman pi life, says the Peters. !pie I say, get money very quick ; every manner sacredly to declares to he one of the ends for which tho
age lines of his mouth. His yell of fury, as burg Journal, we arc positive is correct to the I or three pounds of gold each. I ( daJ.two observe them. How that faith has been kept disastrous: consequences which would inevita- Constitution was ordained and established :

was said by one who had often heard it, bounded I letter. Ildevclopes what a nun can do if he I I,I i'll I should like to go very much. I think aI I and that pledge redeemed, we shall next proceed l blv follow from its violation. But in spite of: "to ensure domestic tranquillity ;" and that ia V1

like the thunder of the judgment day.- l likes, and what (queer and enterprising, unsel- shall go to California next summer. After t t to show. t these solemn warningslhe. violation then com- the only way in which domestic tranquillity i is .

These qualifications he (carried, while still 3 fish (fellows, the in tjority of printer are : guihig to, Anercafirst, sujijtose I not keep store. With few exceptions of no great importance rnenced, and which they were, intended to re- ]likely j] ever to be disturbed in (he South. Certain .

oung man from the bar to the bench. Hetatly .The life of a printer is, to pay the least, Oli, California is not very pleasant place ; new t the South bad no cause lo complain buke, ba been fully and perfectly consurnmated. it is, that an agitationisosystematic, having I

became common sergeant, and then re one of tariety.. 1 left home at the age of nine, ,i ;place ; it is warm, however, jut the same prior to the year 1819' -a year, it is to hr t The citizens of the South in their at- I such an object in view, and sought to be

corJtc of London. /\b judge at the city ses. and was apprenticed to the printing bubinebs i j''Canton. That is good for China men. a I feared, destined to mark a train of e\ont', t tempt to recover their slaves, noW meet, in. carried into execution by such means, would,
I
feionb fi. exhibited tame propensities which at 13, since then I have visited Europe-been I i'in 'fraid our mother wont like us lo go ther.- bringing with them many, and great, and fatal .. stead of aid and co-operation, resistance in between independent nations, contain just '

nfl"r"ad. in a l higher i post t, gained for him an i England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and ;J': 'People tell me that two montllA' is the dis. disaster, on the country and its institution every form ; resistance from hostile acts of cause of remonstrance by the against '

unemiable immortality. Already might be I FCnce-iu Canada, Nova Scotia, Labrador, |! 'tancc from here there. I lai would *. Wilh it commenced the agitating de. legislation l intended to baffle and defeat their I which the aggression was directed party, and, ifnot

ic mad Iced in him the, most odious'icc whichis S. America. Wct.1 Indies, and all the AtlanticStall's I j I come back to China soon and I wait you here for'lou. bate on the question{ of the admission of Mis-I claims by all sorts of devices, and by interpo. heeded, an appeal to arms for redress. Such :

incident to human nature, a delight in mi.! I of the Union, from Maine to Louisiana This you can count upon. I am afrid sough into the Union. We .1.1 pass )by for sing every description of impediment ; ,,,is. being the case where an aggression of tho

c-ry merely ts misery. TJl'w was fiendish I -have lived in twenly.seven cities and towns you will laugh. Everybody: in house and shop the present this question'. and others of the tance from judges and magistrates ; and final- kind takes place among independent nations, ',

exultation in the way in which he proloulc(1 I of the United: States ; I have been a siilor in wants to bee you nary much, and send their same kind directly growing out of it, and I Iy, when all those fai, from mobs, composed how much more aggravated must it be between .

Mntcnce on ofcuders. Their weeping the merchant service, and have in all afiectionate remembrance. shall proceed lo consider the effects of thai I I of whites and which by threats or t confederated States, where the Union
said ,
imploring etmcd to him voluptuously ; manner: of craft ; ship, barque' brig, spirit of discord, which it roused up between I t force, rescue the fugitive slave from the possession precludes an appeal to arms, while it afford 1
and Le loved to scare them into fits dilating The the Iwo section first disclosed itself in : of hi rightful owner. The medium !if
by aid of Francc.-In
sloop steamer ; in the regular army as a FoTSl hi* treatise on I attempt a through which it can operate with f
with luxuriant amplification on ;all the soldier European founded North, hostility to that portion of the : to recover I slave, in most of the Northern increased force :
private deserted and got hot in tile I agriculture, f mainly on peronal lir by vastly and ? That it '
details what they were to suffer. Thu when Constitution which for the delivering ,. States, cannot now he marie without the hsz- would be elect 1
!, leg. I have: studied two years for the minis. inspection, during his travels, a few I provides perverted to such a use, never en. 1
he had an: opportunity ordering an Mr. of fugitive slaves. In its it led ard of insult, heavy pecuniary loss, imprisonment t lered into the
unlucky try, one year for an :M. I n.-tra"tdled throughall years ago Coloman says : I up progress imagination of the generation T
adventurebs to be whipped at the cat's tail, Ihe New England States ; New YOlk, The heath, or common lands in France,, (lo tho adoption of hostile i acts, i intended to :and even of life itself. Already has a which formed and adopted the Constitulion, w 1?

Hangman/,' J he would exclaim, I charge youto New Jersey Pennsylvania and Virginia, a which remain open and unproductive, are re- I render it of nun-effect, and with so much sue. i worthy citizen of Marjlandj| lost his lifo in and, if it had been supposed it would, it is certain *|

pay particular attention to this lady !- journeyman printer, generally little a else turned as 1I-199,18Q) l acress, or about one cess that it may be regard-d now as practically making an attempt lo enforce his claim to a l that the South never would hare adopted j' 4

Scourge her soundly. man Scourge her till than a brass rule in my pocket.will I have been I seventh pat of the whole surface of the king. l expunged from (the Constitution., How tl::' fugitive slave under this provision. i it. i

the blood runs down I is i Chi Utinas ; a cold the publisher uf I two papers in -, one in I dotti. The fuel generally used in France, is I has; been effected will bo next explained. Hut a provision of the Constitution may be We now return to the question or the admission n *
time for mtdam to btrip in Sec that wood charcoal. careful examination, truth constrains violated indirectly a well as direc ly-by doing Missouri into
)'OIarm Boston, one in Iloxbury .Mass., one in New I or There are, it is said, AIr I the Union, and shall
her bhoulders thoroughly !' Ho was Hampshire: and one in}Maine., At one lime largo deposits of mineral coal in France ; hut us say. that it his been by a c!.ar and pal. an act in its nature inconsistent with that proceed to give t brief sketch of the"occurren. 4 'j

hardly less to when passed)judgment on I had 87,330 in rimy pocket of roy own. I I I they are not extensively worked, or are not t ;pible iiiva-ion of the Const itutioti. It is impo which is enjoined Ira be done. Of this form h ces connected with it, and the consequences jf

Mr. Muddlcton, the drunken tailor who fancied have been married twice, and am now nearly easily accessible, though their value is becoming /.ible for any provision to be more free from I of violation! there is a striking instance con. to which it has directly led. In the latter *. I tf>:

hitnielf a prophet. Impudent rogue !' ilO years old !-wai a member of Captain to ho appreciated. Wood, therefore, is ambiguity or doubt. It is in the following nected with the provision under consideration part of 1819, the then territory ofMissouri ap.
roared Jeffreys, thou shall have for fuel and words : No held to service, or labor, We allude to secret combinations which plied to in the usual form j
an easy, eanr (late Major) (Jld'l flying artillery, at the grown comes to market by means person arr Congress for leave
easy punishment !' One part of this encampment Rn Trenton, N. J. I have been; ,f ihc great rivers and!) canals in (the form of in ono State, under (the laws thereof, escaping believed to exist in most of the Northern to form a Slate Constitution and government, },

jHinishment was the pillory, in which t"a"J a temperance lecturer and proprietor ofa tern wood or coal : so thai these forests are regu.arly into another State, shall, in consequence of f States, whose object} is to entice, decoy, entrap in order to be admitted into the Union." A "

wretched fanatic "',1 almost killed with theatre. or gradually cut off for timber or fuel any law or regulation theroin, bo dischartfd I envoigle, and reduce slaves to escape bi was reported for the purpose, with the Uu. .

hats. Lric\.j perancc and oiil.nr nlatited. or fctiHpreil to "rniv a!' : from uch service or labor, but shal from their owners, and to pass them secretly provision* in such cases. Amendments \ l
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1..1.llmr"I me nature 01! jt-ureys nau urn An Iri 111"1 angling in tho rain, WAB ob. from the old stumps. The law: permits I -n--n the lvered i; ,m (,n the claim of party- and rapidly, h,. means organized for the purpose were offered( having for their object to make -

tat ned to that temper which tyrant req-iiro served to keep his line under the arch of'a proprietors to cut off their wood only once in such service or labor may be'dl ."- i into Canada, where they will be beyondthe it a condition of her admission, that her Contitution : *

in their worst implements. He had hitheito bridge, and! on being asked the reason, he eighteen years ; and ihis under tho control of All it clear. TherC is not an uncertain or i reach of the provision. That to entice a should have a provision to prohibit i ij.

looked fur pro'ebtional advancement to the gave the following answer : To be sure the a government inspector, who requires thai equivocal word to be found in the whole pro slave, by whatever artifice, to abscond from slavery. This brought on the agitating debate r $t

corporal-on: of London. He had therefore fishes will be after crowding there, in orderto should be cut clean, leaving only such trees i vision. What shall not be done, and what 1 his master into a non-slaveholding: State, wilh which, with the effects that followed, has '' } .

professed hin self a Roundhead' and had alWays keep out of tho wet.Vomcn ." as may bo valuable for bhiptimber, or for other shall be done, arc fully and explicitly set forth. the intention to place him beyond the reach done i much to alienate the South and North, .' !I

: appeared to be in a higher btatc of cx"ilcration purposes, which the government claims a The former provides that fugitive slave' of the provision, or prevent his recovery, by and endanger our political institutions. Tho -' i

when be oxplainod to popish priests \ Fattened at Tunis fur Marriage. right to take for its own use, at an equitable' shall not be discharged from his servitude b.. conceahrenl; or otherwise, is as completely who objected lo the amendments rested their ,. 1<

that were to l he cut down and were toee A girl after fiho is betrothed, is cooped up in a price. Under these excellent arrangements any law or regulation! of' Jhe State wherein repugnant to it, as its open violation would be, opposition\ on the high grounds of the right i< f

their own bodies hur al\c, than w hen he small room, shackles of gold and silver are the supply of fuel is constantly kept good, and he is found ; and the latter, that he shall b>e is to ceR. to admit of doubt orb lo require"!!I. ot self-government. They claimed that a territory i
And
T'L'ed' ordinary sentence of.death. Hut, a. placed upon her nudes and wrists, as a pieceof the price of wood has scarcely varied for a delivered up on claim of his owner. combinations yet the, as repugnant as these having reached the period when it is t

'JO at hf had got all tllot the city could give, dress. I she is to bo married to a man quarter of a century.An We do not deem it necessary to undertake are to true intent of the provision ). proper for it to form a Constitution :and GOT- J f ***?
it is believed
he nide to( refute the sophistry and subterfuges by which that, with the above exception ernmeul for huH; becomes
haste lo hi* forehead of brat who has discharged dispatched, or lost a for. vested with *
LtEI bis lel honest old farmer so plain a provision of the Constitution has not one of the States within whosolimits all the rights self-government ?
tongue of venom to the court. Chif. rncr wife, the shackles which the former wife attempting lo drive and that eyen ; \
finch, who was accustomed to act broker in I wore are put on the new bride's limbs, and I home f bull, got suddenly hoisted over the been evaded, and, in effect(, annulled. It con. they exist, has adopted any measure I to the- condition imposed on it by the Federal ; I

''lUtnoui contracts of more than one a kind, lent she is fed until they are filled up to a proper : fence. Recovering himelf he saw the ani. stitutes an e.enlia part of the constitutionalcompact suppress the(them object, or for to punish which those by whoseRency ; Constitution, relates not to the formation'of its j(

hi1 aid. He had d amorous thickness. The 'food used for this custom : mal on (the other side rails sawing the course the supreme law of they were form ConstItution and Government, but.its ais '
conducted
and mnj political intrigues, but many he assuredly worthy of the barbarians, is called tlroighwhich I air with his head and neck, and pawing the the land. As such it is binding on all Ihe ed is carried into execution. On the contra.ry lion into the Union. For that purpose pro ,
: hare J looked on.and .
Federal and State Governments, the States they witnessed with vides as a conditiou
//.ever rendered a more scandalous service to is ifan extraordinary fattening quality' I "round, The good old man looked steadily that the Government

>|II than when lie introduced Jeffreys and also famous for rendering the milk of the I ; al him a moment, and then shaking his fist at and the indiidual composing them. The, must be Republican. 4

to t\\&ten With him exclaimed D-n apologies sacred obligation compact, and the solemninjunclion Indiana and Illinois. They claimed had
| The renegade soon found a nurse jrch; and abundant. this seccd,I : your -you that Congress no right
Il 0 fll the obdurate and rercngeful James, and their national dish, cnscasoo, the bride'u I needn't stand there, you tarnal. ,critter, a bow. of the supreme law, which legislators PennMrlvania.TI fThe case.tt Triggs rs. the Commonwealth of (to add to this condition, and that to assume i --

Qa: ''WaJ and) die in' and scrapin'- did it a darn and judges, both Federal and State, are would be tantamount to the of I
1a. regarded PI; corn and dis- literally crammed, many actually under you '.turp06t case of Johnson Y! Tompkins an!others assumption
1 tF all unite enforce
g'J ChUlcr, whose fault! great as they the s-oon.hfozrGtfl.[ you." bound bj oath to support, to tJMr. Kennedy( llaer.tuwn. t Maryland. riiiht to make its entire CnuIiuliollnd GOY ,




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limitation could lie ins M"iico and California the be made whether tLe against the resistance and struggle ;,---as no ; ( -were acquired by even a serious question, logy upon the -whig spirit; of FirUt'
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to '.he' cxti-nt of th<' light, if U ha athutt eJ common sacrifice and efiortsofall thfl !Stat encroachments already made, wilhot ttC? So uthern; I Inaugural of new (Jovem-.r '


ttnicndinent denied these! ground*, nnd cltiiu'd Ihan her fall share of men,* to say nothing f operate unchecked, end in emancipation, and tio of the white race ; and that would i necesily hos- >. AXD PROPRIKTORi. and gawonr.de which has'ihie empty Va.

Ilii* light >f Congress to impose, at discretion. money, and is of course, on every pincipk, of that at no distant day. But bc that ait i iit fl3)', sat engender thc bitterest feelings I3Lit otility the common in the form of bPr.Ote! ,8<1
the North. ,
and stereotyped
-what: coiulilioiu it .!eacd. In this ngilating rig ht, justice fairness, and equably. entitled to hardly admits of a doubt: lint, if t the! ag between them between the 1 blacks :Saturday, February 10, 10 tita ns,":iiiil hurls! his freWe arrows .UfrrtJemHgogne3a

: Vfabate the two rlious ttitiul 1 arravcd aAcli ZtiI1st piiticipi c fidly in tli.i benefits t ) be dt'rttd gressious already commenced in the house, reverse would be the case at **
of the North Ov- well 83 Norlhcrn'f
other-tins South in f(vor of' the hill with. fium t their I ncq-iisiii i"t. Hut r.s I rnprtgtla ) C and now in progress, sliould be constimmat- ofi the South and the people (K7"Weare:: ; indebted to the Hon.YULKE I). L. ic'.
Agtiti, wj 'take !
tvoul
out amendment, and the North cp'net i HS is thiT" md, there is another! not 1<' P.). eJ, such in the end would! certainly Iconsequence. be the ing their emancipation to them, they t for the I'resiJent'o Message arid ac- Florida who has peaure m doing hon.
to !
or !
and boldly
them as friend. guardians, pa. spoken out he
regard ,
\uibout it. Tho( debate flfl.I I astlmtcd : U2 fl. 0 iirsi\ a I'edcMl (i< ;Mninoi l ; a g tCl 0. .

until the t>e Mon was well 1$ ,' merit in which, not iii.lvid: ills b.u J Stt., a Little in truth would bo left to bt done Irons, and centre, accordingly, nil their' sym. compin\ing documents very valualtnittanci' ,! e- rntimentsasiullows! : (here are quoted the
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J esoletions.
tnil it bream* apparent, towards its clo*' that distiaet K.>% 'rt'i'I c-vntn-i.-jisi-, %: ", are tin C'it. after we have: hern excluded from BTrrritorif the pa thy in them. The people of thc ort2! )

tinpeople 4f Mtaiitin i weie liwd and: re'ciiJ 's inirtii's.' T., tz} ::j, as mem'tei"' of ihitral Frd. ?, including those to be bcreaflr would not fail to reciprocate; and to favor And also to the Hon. K. C. C.tuLr.! fr a I Y.'ie: S'oi elji ;;, .


.tii that they would certainly reject i iudojtl ii, Ptfl I art hence d-claieH tbo t '] rt-iitoriP% hnng.! ljirift! and in the numerous places dit'erS fiuenrc of such feelings, and impelled I.y ew
of slaves into thc District of' Co. York the
3Uth
( a Constitution wiibnut it, nnKit the! tiU I iti;; !< ihe. United S'a'ef. Th St'te th'ri ed nil over the South where Cungreaiheexil his >tn and love of power, they would! not on January. She brought ve.ry .

|i: e iviili the oiiditian.! Such being thc case, & I a c the j .iut owtvrs. Nuw it istil cncdi by sve right of legihiioi: and at&.r stop at emancipation. Another step would hunbia fori.an! or hire. little news of importance. Europe U ccm

ivq'iire* t1' rent eiTtit flf nihH to p rrtvc. I wiiT T on tht mi j are
that Missmni. once in piM! <> Uon of a Clution ts their tne'r') sre oqnals in eJ. Every outpost and barrier woiil cial! equality: with their former owner by FROM W'.tixxTo.-'I'he Senate wa; en. progressing in Hungary! but thv- cities

an-J Government; ?, not Fimp'y on j ri ;tn1 eynl jn di 'iity. Th.ylliit tI ecu. carried, and nothing would he left but ;to tIn giving them thc riijlit of voting and holding gt SC'at' thc date of our last advices lit dascui- i ielding without resistance. are

bal with lcgi lato-s! elected, and oflicc, ap. ce d ; this eq-uliiy con!titnes! tho hisjch tii of is i h the orkof abilit.on at pleasure i iSuits in the p-iblic offlccs under the Federal Covcrnmerit. >iti ig the project ditto Panama Uiilrotu: ]. 3 Imperial SWa,

painted to carry them: into rlTfct: the grro d'ovr-ruiji( 'ut, and that it cannot btrojed < des. themselves.! This District, arid all We see the first step toward il in the bill al- Thv House was engaged on a 15111 reported I iI! likely to he enforced. Austria refuses t,

fjuertions would ha t pr0 entf d, whethr ::e I wit'iiout rhnii; ing thfir nature nI places: over which Congress ha$ exclusive ready alluded t. -to vest the free black! nod I have her difnciiltics! in Ita'y; settled by the mediation

was of light a State or Territory ; nl. tl tb.' -I &&rater. To depiive, then, the Suu1iern powwr of legislation, would ha asvluir (or .Maits; with the rii.ht to vote 0:1: the quetiou lay .Mr. Udwards, prohibiting the introduction: of friendly powers, and it U do-jbtfi.

Utter! whether Congrcs; tiit1 v as soon as the
negotiations! at Brussels '
if die ri<;bt, th power, to abrogate hrttituiion Cofl. i tl.s l Teiriioiies duclnied t.) belong to tbcnmnxn in their fert, they \ouM become, according) to on raised to an equality, they would be- same or hire. will !lea

flisperse her Leg'sh'ut ,*, and to r- with the other :States t \iuulj 1 1tlcrog.tti be i u the doctrines: o'f oir Northern assailants, frtsv cO the fast political -issociates of the North, There scents to be little probability! iii.. to any sdtUfactury result.

inwl her hack to the territorial. conditiThews .- : ..a of the equity beun) ing toM ihtri I unless there should be eiiat acting and voting with them on all questiOns, Fi\>cn.-The President ha, been Occp.ed
some positive of bill!! for thc cstablUhrncjiiveriitnents 1
wcie moat, and under the ciacznan! members of a IViicritl! Uuion, "and i: : m tnt to it. ind by this political union between them xusago any ci in the reception of visitor,. The por,

ce fearful it'iin-1oo fearful to 1 1by bi mel L ihcni)), from bai.ig equal*, into a subouiitid prevent boldiii". the white race at the South in con-: in thc new '['erritories.Oz lace hare m all!! public ccasion v

them* tvh.i hid raided the njritatiFrmn .ep-ndout condition. Such aiu thai iiI. I Under such a state of thing?, the proba- plete subjection. The blacks, and the f fjate profli- him ViIh enthusiasm. There have been .1:JJ
how id bility) is, that emancipation *oad!. soon (ckvithout whites that unite with t tivoiild them The great length of Mr. CAUIVddress ; :t disturbances tC| butthLwere
that tims the only q'fMicnva', t and iinirc;) niblo giuiin.l* on which urardenund itii : might m ricinity of Paris,

escapo from the difficulty. Fortunate L to an t>q.ml. p4iti.iiution i iii ;hc. any final act tonlKjIisa sl.uery.Jt'pressinjj ; 1I become the principal recipients oral led. ] crowds out other mattur of interest; soon quelled.
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ellects! of such
tueaus %as (Horded. A Compromise ( ji I 1 erritories. ;) nieasun-3 oihito ; riTices and patronage, and would, in con-, .ut our readers will: require no apology fo r The government seems fo Iin Hirnr of

is called) wa* ofTercd, basH on the term'. Hut I)1iI iznjreuil. asn :hc'y ar ivoMld race at in the the South black, and of the hope itie sequence, be raised above tlu* whiles of the th is. They would rather see the Addres S dwioliing the constituent assembly, as it is Le
that the North fhould ** the zd. the create ft speedy eripation S outh in the and social scale. \Ve
cease to oppos t'Vi-i of justice und reHMin, they! Op4)Sa' political C coming unpopular. Lamartiue approves of
taiMtoti Mfcvwri itcnt with the much
) c..aicntl, a if the existing rtlitii.ns l tho 13u frequenlliccasion
trto.e
ordinance of 17 7, for tho grveiimll1 1 ( *, a bill was pawed.! oatahlUhi ) t y et fallen! to the lot of a freean;! enlilttetied V ice I'reiidenr! having been strongly .
recfm.nled
the Xerih'vesni: Territory, fehould! lif p. te government for Oregon, exeliUvery brrtini.tI that as it may, it i > ct rtaiu. ifcroancip.tIici l)('01)e.! and one fotn which we could not es: to ml.nire the beauty and eicel'er.ci InS ? for that otlkey\ President K iaparte -

lied tt all the territory acquired by the t'ni. ,1 therefrom. Tha President g'ie hi lul not in the fallow Stales;us a nutter: oi course, the fina crts rape, should rmancipation take place, (tvhicb a of the sugar mado upon p.'antutioKs! inHale liii ind Dulanre will probably succeed hni! M
would
led 8 ates from France under the lr'y i 1' 'auction t,, the bill, and 'eii a specuhnei .. a'I'he of nut be (long dtiavetl; it certainly will if net prevented) but by flee. s ; and! we havo no doubt! that it will no: Minister, otJustice.IRnLAD.TIae.

ouisiaiu lying Norih of 2, a:
tying in the ttale of Missouri. Tb I i bee rLLus) Jlt'.. tlzti tIfltIi'usu I grcit body b>y abandoning; our country, to our fortnei t rial of 1)uf) f'r treason, will not forwap,
L he! ..orth is united ia'.htr in this .Iu go
Northern nietnln-r* embraced it ; nn.itbn t1. c Wa to be I nnd would be, e against our teculiitiimioii. in laves, to become the perma'nent abode of dis a any : produced country.ier.d I. '1 he Judges will! not agree on a Writ uf Irror:

zh nat originating with them, ncp1iI t !*d vu-Moftnt! Rocky KoiuiUinn, to the 1' 5t M.iy: believo it to be siufnl, anrsidiie tb 1- o irder, anarchy, poverty, misery, and : M8j., U. W. WHITE, has shown ts a n tin case i f Meaner.Iu .

as their nwn. Li: w& forced tht! < !] C. nre e i He ocean. And the President intimate hi h r li it, with iucunsidprable exceptions: bc. e dness. wreteh&P[vcinien xvhitrh lc mnnufacturcJ onlf Mrt a. Knga.cl! i'tinis'ers will hate, if h salt!,

l>y the. almost unite.] votes oH he North, nin'I t mention j in hi*, m.">
a minouiy con*if4i ): &]mn from$ the Scuihern {State*. li ** of the l.. of human nature, to think that, aft :: I the attention of is -ill compare well with the best qualify onrs si I.
cornpra-uJEe. As'urr:5: g it to b : c a people pr.scrut r corr.menced in Liverpool!, and

Such was the termination of this the fir'tp li>eon: the piuposo and intention ct the Nu I, :. a lining at abolition systematically: f.r so I- e d for your consideration : What is tone < bi g cf any region. In grain, clarity, an,) I V by Mr. Coclen! and In* party has a'ready taken

conflict under the Cotts'.imt, bftv.ee% : it' extend the Mitfutni rcniprcmise line et ni y years, and pursuing it with such unrni;I. d to'prevcnt it ? It is a question hicIcn ,. ri ichncss! it would be Inrd! ( to CCC?. Tht !aic I. seated some iuea, inPSs in thc minds of the

two sections, in reference to slavery in criitctifl I. b . <.ftha Orego hi.;* rz'he lousdsregrfrdof fanatics havHe la and 1 Cunsiiuuion,,, tb:ii t ii rig; to you to decide. All we propose i iivo is, t ) tt bb spirit which animates him and oar
with the ton itories. M inv"hail'as ii eL u d onh! he rtgird'd as c vineitl the! t who the way, and force di our opinion.V .
cilities
t aeqtt g; you lanters a'd this es es great f>r knowing wlat is paimg .
I. t lie cf the North fallow I p in improving : perfecting prt 1.
a {permanent and fittal. arljzs'rncnt th pct nee ol th i5-.uil, in that ji icte. flit thulopineii's r--e.it tody to ihvrr L "V, then, are of the opinion that tlicnd firs t s iu the cflicfal circles: : mentions that
would the ot Mmilarilict t toulJhen, the fmUhina stroke only rentalt a- I d net dour young Stale, will soon enable thie TI at
rccutrence ccv 1. of th
prevent v prttt sosinn of Coiir; a indisputable: step, without which raati! tI he Cabinet Council which! was held thoorein
*. ; but oUifitg, len fnnsuine. took the oi). h ave m.ide it nuniiett to all, tint no Ftschose pu r. e d to bo given, voluntartiy suspend it, or r- i rjg can be done} and v.-ith which every thin r t give it a character: which thc toll and* ci IO I- DJlice on TLursJay lasr. this n
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{Knite and mire gloomy view, re ariijtighe it a I or intention now exists with she Norl: ut any U nrim iiutiorial: gcrupl.-s or cuustdi C. nay be, h tu Le united among -our.-.elve : n,lale entitle :it t to, and which will force its t: r. vas taken: into very serio. consideration nutter,,ti
ton! of ,
ut' tia'n' of which \ r justice to arrtsi it. Tn thcst: in,
prpcnri a cv.-nx iuig 1 N" coijvdeiHbe; extent. Of ihe. yrj thi- and vital Th
y tintS )1 1 added n great! most : question. C i:s to bo appreciated..tlilrcss r 0 laSat'iiced have Her Majesty's niniaje? be.ome .
retiUtho Uhiuu afun.ier. and : )0 an aggression, though not ciii -
prnsrne onlitiral ) we IMVC amp'e evidence in whnt haurred ci yet want of union and concert m reference t 0 i C: with the growing importance ofth .
aifit.or.
svetem. One oftWe' was th epr; ,. c wlzeady ii, tH House)! of i KMiced, long meditated and thrpatrnejrohthit : I: i i the South the Union a.1
< R.-pre.eiit< t: ha brought an ol riic boKHirru CouvcnfWe ( 1. I as neii! as the justice of the point con. 1r.ued
rnced and. gajacioua Jefi r nn. TlutV f r, ivrs whrie thy : p what the abolitionist call the i ial mit r- I
pojnilar kvlhigs are KMnJ P. o ur system of Governrnenr, to their prefer t ? for, that it is reported have tlnm
Ltve have % I they r-
r trade thereby the placed iito-daj: comrnei
lime waaM seem to favor his foreVodinj- :a tnt :n>inely vit.' iueiniaig tr.n3li r erilou condition. Instead of placing i paper
? '< to make >
Hay a returuin cuw oi'j utice and a pitra roe< r:. A th ,u-h Coyn; has Li'rn in n-s.-ir Ia ,' ..f slaves from one sStjte lo anuiher, fc'in z Love all oth rs, we have nsade: it sibord< ii.i. I c'rg en the outside! "The[ Address ..f Stst1, I j jLi itfae naval anti some military surprising retrcnrhrren', /'

;. Providence, nvert their ii i-il fiztiI"n; : t. I l lIn itte! t more than: one tuonth, A vr.a'.er tniin!..: .lutcver motive done, or however ttkcte. nate, not only to mere questions of pohie ,., eI rn Dt'Iegates! in Congress to their eon itiut year m'j. Our correspondent) cspcnditu.-e makes fur dm th,- ii
'heir
.r.
would
iur many years the subject cf fIav(1y $ (f rneaitures clan 8 r to pieservathn en I- The
worthless, I : party c !-; 1-irge space: which it occupk s, rophelic remark, that notwitbrandin-: .4nrtul
by them therv
reference to the territories ceawij tn ngit1 Ce crowding tag. re
'CM Jntrod'rct'd, and they nnre mrravecanneron t: iring of As high we 1 bol d "
s party success. as the fn
hey! mti nut excuse the absence of Iluitorial and lr l- to lie county. Indicntiuni! however, than haxe been t are, rid thus lustui the woil. I: ol emation. ot
fur jea'r-
bffji
CnTm'c < e.- t a respect for these, we hold them subordi minorities ,the
during session. The
ted \\lh the tIeioi! : cf anntlng ,rid what ch disclr.s-8 wh.-nre they There is reason fur believing \that\} it I e matter. I
arty nnd I
.eto t o I thru other questions involving VOl office i.J First Lord of ihe Admiralty Las !,
bowei c1e.uly thaI it was ready to break o t t.nit orgia, is the Jact, th.tt they all rttte ill S3on follow those now in progress u 11.lc safety and bappJp.esa., Until they are sol hel ii f reat efforts hare been rnaa?' both Nr i1 to Lord Morpetu who Las, .' WaLred !

.tgisi; !, with douUle.J iolenee! en :omsture I 0. the :errLrt1 a%j-cclofth Huhject of ituver ., s indeed, some decisive step shoiihuiea Le y the South the North will not believe iii:it a ;d! S<.ulh! to prejudice the public mimiag it t > t me to make np i.is ,mnJ.? In pr thc ever'ft .Varvuen
occasion. The other of
or some a nature and ch.irictcr in:i- voti are in earnest in opposition to their .i a. his address fbi3 t the sit "
t tl preiiuu* to iu V i'e ) declining h i win Ltf c'aerrtiii
(ta; % was aij'ited i.y > ti iiizi: j the Mi < II lately connected with jt. The question then i., will the tnt-asur.. nfd rcachmrT.t. and they will continue to f l- appearance. Mr.

compromise 1ms c.f 8tl :io, thnn its tcrmica II. The f.rt: of this series of accessions i ; areol'.itiou aggression proposed in the House be ado;pie ? low. one after mother! .until the work ofliton al have read it carefully. Ve ark and hoper ib t t) [ he IJaring case ot, Htrnr.M. P.'I lloi child h

the western boundary of the I.ouinisn.icliaue pu ir. ititroiluced by mrrb-r from arid will t ; : subscribers will read it carefiillv. It 1* : likely t tcwse to
a is. Thry may not, probably ;!0i 1e is finished. To convince them t11: I an aninived: Ibal it b>? tb infcn-
.
lo tho western bound: y of TexaTJjc ichtKUt?, the orji-ct ol"which is to reIt'il : ll .his session. Hut when ue take into. ( n u- VOU nre. you must prove by your nets th; worthy dali consideration, a r.d wethii tc, ciafl lion of a leading Conservative f to ng fur

agttalini aain; ceased for a chart penn d. ae!.- or of acts ulich ih.teurcol deration,, tint there, is I hold nil other move t
p.uts rocngni x. : a m.ijoriiy now in rvor r- 0:1 qupsticnVsubcrdinat 1 1it. o 1 commendation. That[ tinny wrong Lea, j.ed new rjt.'Fbe .
Tho w'itr wilU .Mexico soon fallowed. a iui &, or autliorire the nd of of them and If
avcry, teIIi.ig! i one a atropg'minoriivon.f in you hecoma united, and prove yi
hLt terminated ofXcw : i men in theoitli should! object to it h a CtbIraaIe following bth i oftla
inthcacqtiiMti.in oTjHition ? account given
M&s q.osing c.f; slavi-s in this District. ( t he the other as fir us tl.e sense c.f. t heI seIvfs io earner, the North will be hroug

leaned Ui.er| ; Calilorttia, etti!,racin "! an : I of leave to bring in a till, the \oi cs I louse h.s been taken ; that there will be in a paujp, and to a calculation of con ; cotton maiet :

4'quaI to about .nc.baIltAtIi! entire.nile tLQOd 6'.4 fr and Ja?: agaiun leave. The nc: tw all 1 probability a considerable increase in il li.flCXI ( icnces ; and that tiny lead to a cliang, 0 F Wretch ?ever felt the halter draw _. I.IVEROQL, Jan. la.Ue .

tke-. Iissisijpi.. If. to. thi. .< ".' add. .. th-.. pot t3.Un, .as a r.-iolution t-fltrod by a member i iu frc afl Congress of the vote in favor of thea rat, ensures, and the mioption of a course ; With goiij opinion cl the law." cotton marker, (lr the wee!; eadin-

.'int r..aty- itl1 ...i..i.- %. -.L.. .' .: :..,- ,,,,-,>Il.it. a ibe..../. !%.?.Li,fl'J.]!; for. I i CXC2U'I', 0 tuiicl tIat it wifl be larsielv increard in i.e po"iry" that may quietly and peaceably ir .. shut that Southern men, prof'sireg cpposi! Into 5i!h nut., exhibited an atlvanee cf J to ufarUCoasUlerablc
( Ig 'a1 .,,,_. ._
i I t.Ltu.t.
gij) 11it I'tei1c; and jf tli ?; ie & .. a a1tJ abolitionism
\v .kt < Uoc-Jty m< .iviry from California. aol New Mcr betaken 11'-1 l itY ''0'1, !- wefp the !ti.t-) and /Vomo/-OT, sho-ild' fii and '!. speculation in America!;

lams will |In f*uni tn li in extent bnt 1 1Jw liii fi.c! it pasted by a vote of ] or; to 60. That 'a..t certainty, they next will>ear be, it amours aliro toa itions.. |i a should not, nuihiu;* wo'i Id any thinfo disappnn, much less to Jenoaj e, I dccrptior.s.

than that vast, valley.! The tear pr- si pt' cI I llon-ed hy a bill introduced by antL ier deeiiee: measure is taken adopted in advance, unless soi ne reTfltiu for you of Lot to stand up imTnovaoefence ly passing strange. \Vo would ask such t 0 During the week ending Ja" ] S' SPCculatiM

ifi, sreat ad.lition rchindlcd th-* esc.ten ifi to revent 10 lights, involving your allvon a iiatd, and prices !
ember from shigfv
Ohio)
to take the xotes of t he it.Ilut ; : ojnt to tao paragraph, oieu the senteilieh i gave way. HighiMinrj -
ielnren HID North and Sjh: in r-f.-renc uob.iants; of this District prop.ny, prosperitierpiahi'v, lilert: t est Ia-,1 week, with
compared te.S
the
fc.ayery in its connection wiiliih* 'JVrritor toP, % blaxcry whlrn its ,limits on should q.icicthiT < iiii b j : if even these conclusions should rrronpous .e and safety. advocates disunion-which !hints einulliScation ''ml, I Iat tLny' about oic.eisht fence above quot: ions: iowreksag

wliich has become, feiurc tho<*eoitho: I.aci lie ol.shed. The bill provided1 l accordi,, to -if fanatirism and the love oi ,P0%v. I As the assailr-d, you would stand jostifli! d I : : and yet the public mind I asIieet ,,. Fair O leans 4f c 4i, Mo- i

were actj-jired, more univcreal and inc S.' thc admiSMon of the tnoter, Ural free ; t(.$ should, contrary to their tniuro. for on Ce "Y all lavxs, human and divine, in repelhir! )g rmJe to believe that the adu'resi was f Liiioftreaueni bile 4 a 4.! Cet'ria lis.wcd -tl 4?. | iU

than ever. and slaves should vote. (On the L.egr stioi toby re5pect constitutional( barriers ; or if the ,e alI I blow! so thinro'us, without lookin toe II. bale! ol first week 44,000. andsucond ne kUuO

Tl.c cJlocts hive been to widen the dill r- the bill the table qu lationsof policy should retard the adopt on 1'iences, and to resort to all means necsary bales.
the
nice between the two Actions aad to -ivimoreu'ctennined t 1 or ajjains:en 70. To this, \otts cded)s'ood the 1r these measures, or even defeat them a togethtr3 for that purpose. Your assnihnts, ar: i inot These gentlemen, so busy of late in ct:1 r.
saw ,
and hostile vharxt tcr to ticonflict. 'irV ; ion, of a member from New Voik } lie:o lucre would be Stilt k-ft one cer: iii you, would be responsible for consequ n. gizig 'treason upn all who were not wiHFsj to 1'IorEt Cauf t'atet'.
t
The North no |,ingr -pecn i idlusauri t 2C uordsVhertas: the traffic nIcnv.nj iy to accomplish; their object:, if tla den> r.r.mination ce. how thc neck to northern despotism bl ye The Annual Conference ,,f te! Jlettou'ut

coinpro.-ni.e: inc I although: ;ido1't. ccl tac % avowed by the Nor.h. to rauii.po: z&, Entraining these opinion, vrr earnest ly Church South
} this ,
prosecuted in im-ttpolis of the Uepul ftc carrying things with quite too( high met at Albany, Ga., on theist
a
bj their. aiist urumiinous, Vt'l.) Instead (ft1 in human being all the lerntories, lo the cxclu-imi Of t l1tS.itIi treat you to ffvli'eif, and for that purpoad'.1.t <
as chvt !3. is contrarj ti should nU!! : >at! PerLapj they would. do well to ultima, Bishop CAPERS presiding. Ths
eomproiuise, they avow lliat tSeir!
lion uto esdude slavery from ail the teniries Lu. fie* our political! 8ywiiand! fundamental i? noK.riouenroacU nri- il. ; iiolf would, at no dwtaji. : day, all! to I lie J JNorth think! it would not bc proper to a"o at hider somewhat.i : towing! are the appointments of the Preach-

ol ibo United Stairs, acquired, or t.. Lo to our y > a sufiiriej.t number of Stairs to gi ye I PrPMe7t.Ve i M sail th-it fiay.four: members have siahe Ued ers fur the present year :
country
ucijuircd ; and, of course, to prevent the ti II.7.eJ2 : and a serious bit.diance, througUout tu the Chdon. rssof ro-:s- r ihree-foiirths of th. whole! ; when, u11i, \ hope, if you thould unite with a y address."he = Uahassec District.- I.. POTTKS, P. E.

of the Sautlern States from emi rati n; repuliliean nan' han! color of an amendment to the coniituti 1n, thir.g lue I unanimity, it may of itself app ls- ---- '
'
ih their property in *.lafrsitiio! any of the. ru. the
'Hieirolfject, they all.- js to prevent the t 1- ItwtvrJ That the, it might be to its true intti.t. I .liseae ; but if Mlch( should not bo the cas< t., Florida Q11172Cy James !Harris.
Commitk Ueso.'utions!
leiinon! tJavery, atjd ours. to extend 11 ; tlinalims Istiict of Coluiulitbe, instructed to for i i e Thus, under every aspect, the ntult isc er- th.. ., tun.util I;I then hnvo come for you to d t.CLO .- Slavery on !he subject '.1 Albany John C. Lry.wOcdlo .

luc is>ue between them! and rt-por lain if what course lo adopt. are mentioned in terms of high Cc ni.mendatioxi .
us to )f1 as Moon as rrncticahle! rrohibiu'n- i ba aggression be not promptly and
UC tuked question, |,ulj klatcry ba cxtt-nd ed slave trade in eaid District.) edly mat I. How it is to be tact, it is fur.ot1 .U. Mason. W. U. Kinff, by leading Southern prcsss. T lit" [One to bo

or iol \ve do nu the l'ioMion' (,f adopting the rcaoluti \. to decide. I I,.. M. 1. 1 Hunter 1 I II Fitzpatrick. unity with which t'.icsc' resolutions: 50 Gcrd3Jciz Circuit }. \V. supnliou1.]
I Mills.JixturiUe .
inS ll, ho olyecl of th.'s addreg., to e'xami Tie the votes Mood 9 for, 0d, 88 against. 1 1i Such then being the cnsc, it would be I') I A. Atkinson, John Gayle, ; i and yet so mild, were passed-there I IC- "
the 2iiFNioo! to fu'y!' <1icuQse1 t the btt eeMWI. a. fobon-t'd Fho. I I P'JV'! S. W. I Harm I P. i I'. Snitb.
was i tnenibrr from IflStit to could
by a Illinois, u-hoorrereti you suppose you hesitate. : lug not a dissenting voice, either from Don .
whether Co.rej.s. has the right lo e". a solution for abolfrliing slavcrvIcrntorics in I'o destroy the existing relation brtueen t rs lie I [ 1. he-linger, S. W. Inge, :to.crats laiztride John Stade.11'u1 .

cuiJi-! the CJ.IZMW of ths South fiom imrniar :t. atij all j'accshcw: CV.)n. a agress free s and servile rices at the South would( le,a'1 II I p' 1 '.IVale! '1'. W. IJowdon, or Whigs gives; strong assurance to 0 ursi3ter / '- J. II. M. Gardner.

|ting Muh their propcity into Territorit-i I,!e. has exclusive powers of legislation ; tliin iati Mnscquencc unparalleled in history i ; H.cock', o/Alatam pci. States of the South, that in Florida: lit the John Penny.Sc.f .
longing lo the conJedorated States cube |U Jon. 11. i It. K. Meade, jf.f. Dnvj/ i. to be feared from those
disscntions
Jtll! forts be
!, magazine*, arsenals, doc:kyards 1'hey cannot separated, and cannot li vctogcth. whi \\ ., {
ai tve propose in tlivronnrrtjon i i and otb"r needful building, pnrclias.;.I'ilby r in peace, or harmony, or to their mi intital I V. Thompson, H. s. Foote, in other quarters. Let Govern mor I supplied.;
to unUe a few jemaiU ?? llat the North a Jon rrys with the of tho Lt-oij i advantage in their O. Brown, A. G. Brown, Flint Ricer s. G. Childs.
conscM ]Ia- except present rel Ia.tiOu. Brown do his best
(or worst) to weaken tl he
leges, erroneously, to b3 the iuuc between i ustuiJ turn rf the .StatT.'his Under other wretchedness of 1'irgiaiaV.. S. Feathcrston t rrir J. M. X. Lowe.
any aiery
them. J j .J Dame! three of these Resolutions by his taunts I
resolution tvs pajscd over under tlcf t he and desolation, uo-ild overspread t tl heV. ]p. %'bT. Tompki,1A.Venalle ,, a ing Creek J. J. Soaley.

So far from tnainlaininfflle dortnne, whk tie rule the House without Uin put :o c1'Iic hole South. The example! of the Uritisit sli J. Thompson. empty vaporing and gasconade." the men I Leo:3 Colored A. D. Russell.

the issus implies, we hold thnl the Tcder ral, in 0i.Voriz Carolina. of ii.A tiers of the late '
votes favor of all these measunB Indies, as blighting as emancipation hi as Jfsssi.sip4! LegU'ature (as a majority oftheiri -

Oorcriimem. Las 110 right to extend or re. irif? j confined to the m.-nilcrs: fiom: tl lie provc.I. to them, furnishes a very faint ,,IC.. '. B'itkr, S. U. Down?, i were V/hig we need not }b3 sUspect edofiiiincerjty \ewnansr2tIc Z j/.-..\V. \Y. GRIFFIN P E.
slavery, no more than to establish or aboli*'1i Northern States. Tiiie there ture of ihe calamities it would (. :t1hoizti, J mile L-scre ,
rrc &nine bring on t ilC in J/3L
Jt; nor Ins it right whatever todi JinnUjsiietMccn b pa- vindicating them) Lave dytaken Jradisoz Ci'cttit-K. H. hlowren
any : triotie members from that section who vo:ctl South. The circumstances under which It Jl.irt' John M. Ihrrnanson, ,
the daruostic instituting, of one Stat... E. I mImes '1'. E. Morse a position in behalf! i ho State a tad [ .
n-int all of them, and w bore lgl, Jcnse ,of wrnabl! take place with ;u would bo entire!ly ; henry.Iarnillc'ri

or M-ttuin, aaj another, in orJ.-i to ror t he jutke is duty appreciated ;; tvho, in the pn ditThrcnt from those which:: took place ihthcn : illicit, of LnviiiancSimpson uigh manfully, and heartily, and! unitedly, \\\iil CiVfoft-T. M. Gardner.

one and hseouiage the 0 her. At the feder ra! grcs of the opgrtssionsuj-on; the South, havjeir and calculated to had to far more di U. I'. D. U. Atchison. the State stand upon that position. 'JV lit tie CO1ICIziajj: .'.. M. Canada.
representative of each an | al! the -.late,, it i I' by X-.VC5 suj'aincd the atrous rcsulis. There : i. U ''ce- of Missouri.
bound to deal guaranties of I htCou'tIIlIioc the government oft th Cparent "aiti and comfort" which hs can glee S Ic.1'hens .: ::naMci7fe '. Win. Choice.ilL1ri0 .
out, within
the tl.cni \.oolw.rd!
of
j ila S. thailand
,
and cf whom ,
| ive regret to raIT country emancipated slaves ii her t Lo.lOiamI ,
equal and exact juMiee txn.l ) "f .Vow//, Tuomln, &! Co., aid their allies let ** *!*: l V.
fav.r Cardina. ,
JKju-erj. It) (; f have: Lctn sacrificed a: home by ta! iirratrttic possessions government ijch a ndpowerful. W. K. Sebastian, Cooper.

act other -i eto nixVitahr to din. ; : ) course.c and actuated by views of poll r. Johnson,, U. W. Johnson, hurl give, if it neenw good to him! j the rue ft.IJCrS Key Hcrf S'fatkn-Akx. Graham
y,
criminate between the donv-siic tILtjtItOn have now brought to a close a narra'I (nuiiakcn as they turned out to be,) rail icr f Utorsia. ,f Arkansa of the late legislature and the pcopl Sa.'ifa r-c JlissMi-[To be supplied.]

4 one vcr ioa and of another the end, would lor which be to it act was in rz.I1i tuallib: ..b.. ij0 tuc ecncsof nci. of aggression and en:: than l.iuaticism. It was, besides, disposed to F. I' Stanton!lumpy, D. L. Yoke, tvlioiit they represented, will hardly be deter. ri ii R. o.i? 'l'uckcr.lIt11s.oro .

croachment. nnertc-d with the subject of t tl-i act justly towards the owners, even in t lie of Honda. red from their determination "
ct.--.to
be the common protector' anJ gnrdiaiall. nddr.'s lennessse. expressed in L. G. Lese! a
including those that arc fOnsIrnnia:. act emancipating their slaves, and to i pro of Timothy I TilUoiiry i ,
tntcrtainn: tfe: >o opinion*, ue RJ!k, cdnaI niions! mil in piogrra. tcct nod foster them afterwards. It vf Texas. thesa resolutions, heart und soul, with a uni.
Thry arc name accord
IiCit, n the Xortj n1kcs! __ s ...uarflisfrzctS.. I,. 1 RICHABDSO.T P. 1'.
for tie,
ted front
wc ira.Sf.
l0f 'x. TON?, great, and dungcrouj. and threaten wit! ingly appropriated nearly 8100,000,000 as a to join Virginia, the Carolina., am ,

tension. .laveiy. Thit: would make a dia.cnmlfjatloll I dety'ition the greatest and most \5ial cf all CUflpCflaiiJfl to them for their losses nut her The World is divided] into two great cIa! s.s .. the other: Southern States, in taking sucl I Jtarp's Staiaa-M. C. Smith.tugusincG. .

ln our favor asuilujonal arid unc n. the rjtcrcsts and iijstijutjor.s cf the South. the act, which stilt). although! it turned out tc ( ; the one, earning their( bread by t beMveat measures for the defence of j Vv. Pratt.Blacl .
tho our rights
fts ( discrimination they i* a. Indced it be doubted whether there is i IIC fur short of the I I of their brow, the other waitin ant t '
Ra.nst. u ,ill their fivor. It i, fur may a amount, was thought at ihi i idly It) the preservation ourselves and thole I Creek Circuit-E. L. 1'. BakIIo1acrigc >
uhoirild
llft lnfln, sing'e' provision, stipulation; or guaranty of imc to be liberal. Since the emancipation eizt. upon it as goon as it is balct-df the frlce i "
for JLi
nor whether) the Federal GovcrnmcoModtle.mh! IC, the ontfitution, intended for the. security 01 It 1a$' kept np a sufficient military and naval met -| for their mntto, whatsoever ihy: we ho! dear, as the highest u-isuoi of al, o/i-Xesoa! Conner.

our domestic institution is good or the South, that 1ms not been rendered pcifect force to keep the blacks in awe, and a rio 11. iand Imdetli to d,>, do it with all thy might ;" may, whether through a Southern Convention nioro' Thomas '1'alt..iaeksoizz'ilIe .

Ssrd'h il felould bc preserved <>< r e. ly in all but States. lir of tt.. latter '. make friends inimmo'rnahtcomiicss iS't:1ifl-F. Ste
? nugatory two It m fly magistrates, and constables, and other will the or utherwke, suggest and devise," by wart.
to gIiCr ,
oug8 i,8, and us only, to ]Ic. of ,
tide such question \Vlal hen we'dol M civil tfjiccr*, to keep order in the towns aplantations : that; when ye fail, the> natorial denunciations cf Southern dcrna. .? assau CircuJ-M. Ih.IclBTUIiSCI .
in it take ,, into "
'"I !13, not to eztenJ slavery, bu, hat Tot&l oum'jcr of volantc: rs from ths South : to enforce respect to their former may }o their houses. They caiihko Circuit-Gco. C. ClarLe, 0.Stand.'ey. .
: all
Me ioth gogucs.
not be 1tgimcr.t. :3 owners. To a considerable extent these haserved point to i-cripture for their creed
prohibited from ,
jiit the : imtni-i.atin-, viih our Daitallions 14Cotcpaniea I as a 5'ibstitnte for the police formerly I and u hr Phahl pretend to ho tvise abovc WIa atwritten Ofthe Florida Resolutions, the fluEnquirer I .
rropcrty.i ( Te.rhorie: of ,the Unit.ed j I2; kept on the ? Jhere is a in thus Mission; -J. J. itichards.Irwiz .
I3tates, because we aro flaveholder.- plantations by the owners and mystery the! for.I speaks, after denouncing tlic I

other) words, that we shall not in ilint ; III, r'.tal on. ,f vol. from youth, ;-.;; their verscers >, and lo [Wervc the social nnd i ipolitical ttints of I th.-! lift that we trust the next may: ClfldtiCt of a few anti-Suuthern members of. *1j Joshua Caraway.
icco
ho di1raucbjeJ of a privilege| po.e'J I In TGt1 I no. of ToiualceM from the North : fiuperiority of the white race. Hut Mn condition h indeed an e U. the North Carolina Legislature II. LCCKV, G. A. MALSTTC, appointedtcLer [

all other, cmz-n, and by 1Lgim'nt 22 flOtt% hstandmg all this, the liritish West In[ ilrrna.' : to Institute
loreign* wi 'a
IS, thout ..fl 'o
4.crimltlittwi Italt1ions 2 dia turn wish pleasure from these fuiic
as to .proes.on.orcd. possessions are ruined, imporcrishcd. mis- lce'.iuc1y M/fl/wrc.-QnUo an intere it. lusproceedings Next Conference to be hela at Madison

tt. All, t'Iielber ztage, barbarian or cit d. .y crab!; wretched, and destined probably) to lag debate look pace in the State Senate on to invoke the, upon which wo deem it our duty Court House.

ized, m iy freely cuter und rcmai.i/M-e/ Fot al no. of vol. fron North, )SiJ3tfn be abtndoned to the black race. Very'if. the 1Jth inst., on a motion' to set a artillery of Southern indignation, _ taB
on ily apart hy to to the
Ijein cued.vt nearly two on the pnt of 'the South to ( fle brent would be the circumstances under choose United States Senator. Air. Cruce manly resolutions! introduced by Mr.i Leon Circuit 'n incIutL ia Monticelio CircuitAPPOINTED. -
on IL., l't1 tlio Noith. Jttit which Ihackburn! Irvin the House committee n1unanimously
into
tiiis i.: emancipation would take ,
eons' with
,
claim t-laco paid tubute -
rct a h-h
to
our not
only the Henry Clay and denia -
hi .
on CVaIJt l.at ihe ,
above rtated but gh ) HipuJnion of th North ii I o. Iii. if it ever should bc effected it will bethrough ded his n. [ ) adopted, as follow, by both bra flchea .-Tnos. J. HODSO.V, Eq..
the
aJw thirja retuyn to Seiitto.
H ,
the| : 'I'he Senate
ground on t id greUr ane..u 1( the 1attt, rba funsi a of the of
p.
of tanrc thin t1arte nact lol" the agency of thc Federal Govei rninent pointed I the first Legislature of Florida. They has been re.appointed! by the President
right,juvice; and equality. Th I her due j-roporlion of day iVbruary as thc day of
lerntorwf in ,ae untc.r.| controlled by the dominant power of electioii.>> "breathe> the trim spirit, to which every South: the United States, with the a.Itfce. and con'thc -
immcJiak-J/ control Ihe'emancipation
ers .xe v f :c fc 'oitcJ to the 1Itue. the Northern States of Ue. Confederacy, is much agitated in both Houses question, nlso! crri State should cordially respond. We ioicc Senate, Urgistcr of the Land CM-

j at this noble attitude of Florida the more, tins City. /



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Mail Virginia o Tho W'ush.Cor. of the Georgia; Tele. the -
; template business awhile, and ice if It IALLAIIASStE, PcI;. 10. Proposals for Carrying the Mail. Notice. V
The Ilichinotui Enquirer in khouts of proud trapb; thus notices a epet-ch; made a few days .doesn't add to the glory of our raca.-One Cotlon. 1
-The Canada's news caused a de. months after date, 1 shall apply to the lyon > 4
the ftml action of tin Vir.inia since in tho gets himself born.He has JJEtt-nOUTEIi:1* VlRCbnA.PiORTHCAnOUXA.SOVTIIc.vnou.v SIX ; '
exultation hera-U! House of !lepreentatives by a" parents, goodea. in of-Probate for the County of Jttferjna
souls who let him pres&ion the market here, as in New York .*, ccoaniA, AND i-r
do FLORIDA.
as he pleases and .
Legislature on the Slavery Resolutions Democratic ineniljer from Pennsylvania._ sy letters of dismi-sion aj Fxe -nt'ir of U'illiatn H; .
content themselves! with telling him how sor. and 6lse\vhere. Prices from 5$ a 5. KJ tract from Ihe act f Cengres ef 3J .March, blathers, late of said cnan. d'-rea
Itight nobly and nian'ully: now, as (fifty year* Will! Minnfriend Washington lurni&h us the ry they are when he refuses to plough as they li-15 $rcticnl$. II MATHERS. Ja _

*iuce, in 1700, bas tbc Ancient Common : speech ? advise him. He must have money to throw C3: By an net Tth' Legislature name of .'lii ROBERT UKXJ.VMIX SJIITH. duty ui'. the Postmaster General, in all future letting
wealth! taken Ler stand in opposition to F*d- I *. Charles Brown, of Pennsylvania, one ol l road-cast over tie field, and like should have of the Floridian and Journal one of the Editors ol contracts tar the transix>rtation of the mail, to let ROciiKrVIATION.c

t.ral! encroachment' 'Hie! wliolo South Las the first orators on the Democratic side of the to borrow for tho purpose, of course gentlemanly Kor.EET liRXJAMIXMAUHI Las been changed the same in every cn'e, to the lowest bidder tendtriv.r ,'y.,
to
forbid him hILTON. i: sufficient! guarantees for taithiut performance I .- I -
others Chamber, who has alwnts been open: and delicacy to return it. He *
had its fixed upon her ; to trr -- .- witFii-'Uotber! reference to the mode of such transportation -
eyes ---- Lr
will
earnest in opposition to nbti'tttoiiiMn! in vIat.er ; spott him a fine horse, not equalled inleed -
) That example ri>. than may be nec ssiry to provide lor Ihe due
iiave looked for an example. # fcbtipe it assaulted the integrity of the Union by any Arab animal. He will have the ccierity, certainty acd stcutity cf such transjmrti-

|ha now been set t It i is for the rest to follow and tha rights guaranteed under the Con- best pistols a-gfitii .!, anJ whoever denies itwill On the Is! instant, hr the Rv. Wm. Neil, Mr. J. (Loll ; nor sli U any new contractor hereafter be required -

it with equal firmoew anti unanitniiy.Th6 ,i dilution managed to pet the floor in Committee have to fight him a duel. lie can ilritik PARKER, ot N. C rolin., to Miss S. A. VERIT]'. to purchase} out, cr take at a valuation, the r$ .. ___
A4.jS _
IlesolHtlotw wen- agreed upon In nniijbrwia.1 of tha Whole, and occupied iiih hour prinIcipally mote wine aud liquor thin any body cNe, aud, ,dtierorcol; J. Averitt, of Leon county, Fia.On stock sine route.or vehicles" of any previuus contractor for the _. Iittf? &ij -;,. -

I ttithn re\ii wof Thompson's speech. say more funny things 'm r the bottle than ; the Cth in;t. i-i St. John's Church, by the IU'V. ; % j I -

meeting amuiiji tneinl/ers of both !i his votes, and of the abo'.iiion! r iirts of this ever tickled the bruin Sterne, or Sheridan J J.ntt.nfPeiir-cj! ,J Hon \MD5 E. IJROME .. ;- CiiK'ers will be careful to read the fwtn F k

|ianie ._some of their most rnqti! ut atlv,. i j se km. fie took the broad ground that from or Hood, or any olherof like geniui. As to MM. IIEXRiKTTA A. HARRIS, both of this eity.On and They instructions are reijueiicd: appended to state 1., .in ibis their adfeiti-teuent.propcsib, the -P :

elites wcic whig*. A few, hott-evcr, of that 1 the formation of the Government to tho pros i for rational -jioit, that is easily had by the' the! eveuins of the Slh insf., in '.Vaktf Ia coun rn<-..dli 1 ;; w.ich they intended ti> ccnrey the m.til.- P.Y Ttin covruxon or TIXK STATK or FtoR1u.t 3 .

them their j eat lime the of the j breaking cf empty bottles, decanters anJ ty. by Rc-v. John ii. lie Dr. Where the size and weight of the mail-, or the
party roted againtt on paBage.Tlie history slavery agitation W. S. McGEilEi! to need called for iit the schedules shall %1T1ERIS.! It is ri-quire-I by law that ara etc "
it,
re-juire
D nocrat* we re trnanimotn. They are is that of a series of assaults and encroach-i tumblers and by rattling tin-pan* about site MiKVCLYN M. IJ. RYR!). the contracts will be rauLfor! coach steamboat, or li< n be htld in thu State oa the Crt Mur'day

i merits on the pail of his own seciion of the streets. Rcooinpanii'J by touches of vocal m'-; -- --.- r.iilro"i conveyance* the cage may be ; and.con- in May net {hr a Roister of Public Lands, I to tfcli

similar in spirit will those some time uee introdnccd country upon the South, from the pas ugn of HIC. After all this, he goes home later, lies u- rj- Mr. McIxTvnr begs leave to return LU sin s.e'4'j'jnly! sueD routt- vci.l Le Ut to bid proposing until the first Monday of Ortober. Is5l; aNo for
into ihe Legidalure by Mr. Floyd.Avho bed and has its suoh made cf In all oilier therouei :!L'isol Pn>bifp tag the s. vtral Counties, to hold
longer rusici conveyance cases
the Mifcsouri compromise. do\vu to the enartmeut eyes to get up \\ cere thanks to his .friend, and the public for their till the first <5
of Ontor-er. t l.afHl far Justi-
will be bidi Monday ;>
a4signett to the chea -
is now In the Executive Chair. tVe are I of the Proviso by the House and the than the littest: alderman; cf the town. And kind sfcd liberal patrona-re. On account *,l the detention e3t mode cl trau purtation."PROPOSALS proposing ;>- cesotthe Peace for eub Disti, ict in the feral Couat .

glad that Virginia hao a-Governor so well fitted i virtual stibvers.on of the Constitution in reference lo crown all, hosts of pretty women, married of: the ve.-wl fcr Key West, hi* Roomi will hold for two years,(a, I of saul uftkers to-continue I

1r tie to the surrender fugitive dares, by ju- j as well as single, are ever smiling ou his be open till Thuiwhy, heo th .j iviiibs positively f carryic:; the mails of the United .ad art :r.re till their sa. ceuard liaU be tlectej .

emergency.V I ries, courts, and nr.bs, in fci* own State lie path, and feeding his reasonable desires. cloned. Siatej from the HI day *' < iiote fjuin the Ciquirer: : of June, 1S51, inclusive, ia KLOlUI'A, ill be received M jrsREBT ORntftrn. TTiar the said election
.
] Now hat be Letter innocent
I made a strong appeal to his Northern friend; w can or more at Ibe be held throughout the State, aeccrdins tohw.anJ
contract oOlce ol the Post (Khcfe Department
** We pi** l.ejrtwtlie preatiiUie ai d rflfl- to f *t thuir faces upafnM the alwliticimts, and than this way of living or being loved I Can lxi- There wtU be Divine semee in the Methodist in the city \Vasliington, ontil !'Ja m. Ol- be ofilcera whose dary it i* tu idt said election* _

tionsvhich; novrdatid a* the <4emny! deiibcratej warned them that the South, if they were still a young biood" do les* than spend all the jjcopal Church in this city to-inorrow, at th? the Jth April. !>!<>, (to be decided by the '24th djof > will lake notice hereof.

and recorded hezItuii41a ol* Virginia.Ve nun, as history proved them to hare Veen.W'tnld money bo COt) lay Lands OH ? Thereby heallows u4tll hur. time AI. herein ril, Is J1.),) on the routes and iu tli caiaatr au i Witness given ty hand at the and Capitol the great, thit*20th?aJ of day the of Staf JaaoSEAL. .

\ Lave ansioubly tciied tlif ir {iro rreK, s H>n be compelled lo resist in self de his contempt for filiiiy! iuci<>. Cai: hi- fjT>- WE ar autliorizfd and requested lo announce specified, viz : [ : .] ary. A. D. f< I ID, ant] nf the! Independence

und wa rejoice to assure the fiietids of the Unioti fence, with violence.*' show his breeding if lc do not driuk and Mj.r JOHN BKHD!I as a candidate for the Oiiiceof L'1LI! ) t. cf the United States the 7S-4 jear.VA _

erery where, that \rir inia i is sonrtd on fi4i1tVLat surety have we, that he will ->l-2. From Milton at ti a n. Wednesday !. D. 03ELEV, (Jcvcrw r. .
I Register ol Public Landj nf the State uf Florida, at Oy CsCdiiihia county and Nathan villeTo
this question, and will do JUT whole
Let the federal Govfrurrn-at keep within its I pretend to keep up with all the accounts about his ox, or his maid- errant," ii"L do not g.-t And back between d a ta Friday and t tI t> o c xt January '_">. I Ml). n 2n

rofRtittttiaaai Slates the Union will be uul4'iir would be cruel have him 2. Fro Milton at C a m Wedae.hy Fcr New York.rphIE .
all die world. By Aia-jfj and Uchee Anna.To
glorious Ilepuiiiic n 5ve on peacefully an.i Dimes are creating over England out of the way of the line ladle" who gracifusly i .t\. l.will be hi Id at the Muaonic Hall iu shc&ty &I iriaima, by 0 p in I<*nd. y. 125 roilei fast.sailing Brig*' FLOIil NA." Prrrr.c-coe,

tft1mphanhl y yI1LL'MJ'LJ i is in a ferment on the subject, and we deny themselves that they may en.t ; ibw tveuia?. Members will pkase be pnnrlnai in And back between 0 a tn Saturday ar.d C p n 1. Master, now duly expected, and having the
bn of her ear n c nsaa'sd,will have for thra
their tlwp-itcb
: AND rr.sLt1io? suppose lh,> leaven will spread through Cujrope. 1 t twine wreaths of j.leasure for him ? Therefore I[ atleitdanre. AH Masonic brethren in good Monday. above Fer fieutht _
i standing, visiting our city, invited port. cr 3jspajiply tall.NAUGllT
are respectfully Pn > wl to embrace Oranjje Hill and Holmes
T2atrea lh titKtiiuuoa ofblmeiy was Hi]. let him alone. Such a to the f & OliSIOXO.
I All along the West coast of Suuth martyr to attend. Dy cr.-icr ot the \V. M. Valley wi1t b? cuDuieM.d also proprwala to at
!y di cuSM.d in the Convention xvljich ibnned"la America the inbuLitantsare devising tim got.d society should not be disturbed in hi* I C. E. DYflK, Secretary.y Uciiee AmuMil. ; eo Newport Juna-try 27, IS4J. 4

Consihuliou$ fihe United States, and tit- ; ways i amusements. When he has sown nil! kit wild I 10. ISW.j : : From Ah.paat (Cam Friday

)il btbuf Hiaveiiultlers rs'rojnised and puti. j and mean!! to get off to the gold diggings.i .- oots, it will be time enough to cumber his rellf Ia Gadsdcn Circuit Court To Gene a, Albania, by p in, -15 mile Great Bargains.SSLLING .

l ic d J i.y the pruvibioub uf! that iiiitrutnftit ; AI, i China is waked up, and we would not be BUT- clions with theories decency, steadiness, 1 j And back between G an and 6 p ia next day. OFF AT COST I lj
TO SPRING TERM, 154 u-ituout the compixKniofs then solemiily( enter.vJ priced to hear that his Celestial Majesty, the I virtue end znoraiit%'. the No.necessary I T the Store nf L i Ii. GRFICXBEUC
Thomas F. Uaitin. letting preceding one, ( 35<:t,) there bein:; ; fc Ca. '
iato, the union <*!'the States never coui I Emperor, bad thrown down the walls which {laving sown mine, what ese cou'.d I tlo ? AUaaraent fur gUW 50. n nv a route m' operuuuu between Genera, Alabama, I ti are offered thcnitc: t bargains of the season.Goccls L'_ _

i IILVC i 1 Wen I'm wed ; And, \\lioreas, the (.Jt-u. | than fill up my leisure hours by inditing epis- Arrh. II. Mctolfl IltIUd in $220. and lichee Anna. cf every varif r\ can be hid for cash at cost _

,.!a! KCinbly. of Vitjjitinia, n-jfardiiig what encircle his empire to Jet hit subjects; and I I ties to you ; and I repeat that you r.i. well tot rp.il K defeuJjtit and all! other persons interested 35lo. From Mjriar.na at prices, and tflhi1P belu-.v Nv York co-t. Having "' i

known the IVtliaot lroviso'* ini ; children! poand j jin in (lie melee lor a bharr such scribblers bumble iarc hereby notified ot the institution ct the To Och j-f, Calhonn tout ty made np their iniiids tu rlt>?e b'Ldne't9 sr>rn, pnrcltt- _
fs as as j as
encourage your f abi.-vc .uit by atticin&utttiid; are required And bwk *-rs will do well to calf! enrly,if they desire to have 4
|i ipai.e! disregard of lli compromises <>f ihr'njistitutiott of the spoils. In the mean time every successive servant. Could tliTe be a wirer guarantee and plfad to t HP dec Ur.it ion filed therein, within loappt-nr the Bidders will state dUtaTJce, and also a ecbedttle. to I the best selections. Positively nj credit will be

< ) did, on the 8ih d
1 117, adopt a teries ef resolutions, distiiiclyitidiraiiugthe ] i the employment of one's time in writing ?- Dated Jauiury 2'Jth, A- D. 119.JOHN to (?h'jttahoochie. AH persons indebted to then, will please Ccmo
outstrips any before gm-n, aud assures UK 3548. Frtcn TaH.ihtm- at 6 forward ami settle their
KR>KINE.PiaintiS a m Monday early account
( cours ; which th-* State of Virinui I i Did not Uacon it was this that made the
say
1 that we have not even : a N Atturney.re'ruarv hy Ben Haden, Shell Point, and I'awluiet Those indebted tn the tate concern in Mont irptte;
ivotild pursue in ihe event of its pas.Ni ye proper concep. 1 profound man ? start not, funny expirations 10, 1SJD. G amBcolis To .Soicbiii| { by 6 p o, 45 isiles wilt find their accoiH.ts with WILLIAM BUM.

rf by the congiesw of Ihe CiiiteJ States, a IMof; the immense extent and wealth of the I arc hardly! w i high. I only; iiit'aiice the remark Arid ba'-k bttween 6 a ia and 6 p in neat diy Esq., win i-. duly aulhofis to receipt fur the same. ,

.ipplirabjp lo territory lobe acijutrod fioni mitsos. it is certainly the land of Ophir-the of the great Philosopher to silence the I at Auction.'t :J547. Frsjci St. Mark at 1 am ThtmJay January i7, t9J!>. 4SIX
Wacia and
IJy Marion
Mexico : A%lid ivliereas ie! ;present ( iia1lsilI'.i ; true and real El Durad, wonderful beyond i mull wits if our literary town. Just abk on I ''- tlii] (Saturday) eveuiu H th i'nf I will sell To Monticnlo Newport, by t 0 \> in, 4J criritiArsd IiOt1C.

have seen with d h't'ji conrera adisV of them to reduce his thoughts into form and :at j'ia1ic: atRtinn, ut thoitore adjoining W'ni.J back between
,
y 6am and 6 a neit div.Prpr'sab 1 _
all f t me r wonders, and greatly! to be travelled p f/nntf) ,* aftir date, I shall apply to the lion
: main "
I \\ K-k--torf an ret, the bonks romI -
>n
manifested the tiou. U'resru and what be will i.iake of the ctfart.ilStar.d .
i ion f to at
<> < % e I shape see I iti'-iint the ir ttcellaieoitLtbrar of the late TLumiJ commence Newport are imed3&4 I ,,!,! Judije ol'Prob-jfes for the County of Gad*-
of the United States violate the after. I aftttle and }uhver ni'lI / ->. From Quinnr at w a ta I-'riiby .
t.iiivcg to principle ye >cotts, U. iU 'tcr. late of Le.n i iujly, de-jc-Jaed. Cv Comfort 1 den for letter of dt-imi&tion a* Executor vn the estate -

rajhiwJii'd in aiJ resulutious, and It]) I I Irvinjs, the day of your glory i is gone, and 1 o&d.r f & llacky I of Sacacl Strickl.ui'!,itecM late cf sitd coast*. '
J To Reform, 12 10 nileaAfcd
by m
UoLDIt's MACAZINS, We have received
hti'l' further the t fa the be which will O.'w. HUn'llIN'S, Auctioneer. II. II. STK1CKL.XND, Cxecatsr.Janmry i
tna'tk' agjr: <'sn :i- uptns; ris unto u* given lights tore I back between a n and Si a ta.
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tt i tiif Southara Stale ; uudt-r these ciriiuin.nanc She February No. of this neat ant] spirited i sudtJculy! pale! your iueiluctUAl fires. 1 am overcunie | Palo to comiiK'nce ai 7 o'clock- Proposals to embrace rclnd i will be cociidtred. I'

,>%. this Cfn ral Asssfljbljk dfm the cvasioo I incmtbiy. It is -mueIli-i.-il,! i\iih a goodly | uiih emotion, and stop to \vij
' fit to re-tiffimi suij rtWiuUoas atvlin j iiumbur of wood-cuts, and is fil'ed! with a great j my tears* Yours e>er, I Mot ice.A Secludo back,between by 3 p m',5\>a cutes m and U a n. g-hl C '- bcre"fre exiatin under iLa

tst <>cifully, l 4sut inri.t arwe ily, to ca.tJth : MC.M. L name and style of Lloyd .!z. Flsgp;, H tbi* day
rc | I ditnr k anJ entitled From
variety entertaining .adng matter. Pub. I i LL cn <* utU'ii'imi of u4i! thse \Vu teI I [We throw otwelvcR the known k;nd. : L iiributton! in the estate n Ri-hard Junes, ht By Blount'i Ferry and Ravlinson's Ferry vr. r. LLOYD.P.
upon .
i > tr! union of tli? Sis, t<> the scr.iqi lUto; by Ch !. W. H!<.J Jen. 109 Xawn St., } sI!' Jetlrrwjtt. County decm f ness of our friend 3utn! for the uuavoidab'rexclusion tli.if itieir cUins awl demand. wtii! be bdritd at the toO males
i c4n 'j"ti-i<.s which nm t f'.hwba | X. YokJur t .e swaJI sum of oue 4uilar a Is). [27J IM> 4
I of his cummuaicatlou from our columns eXIran ot two year* from UiU diU, unless l the And back between 6 a o Thursday sad 6 r>raSaturday. S
ttI9t* the art it1i Cv. yt4r? iui aJance. .! < juie are txhsbstrd to thr s'tl.Ji-rl-r ; ar.d all per- Salt and Rice.ir'OR .

trliilc1I. liv it 11re4r last week. It wps oniiited because ol'I j c.ws wlu nave any d. fnand- airnt the uid deceased 35->!. From PiUtks at <) a tn Friifiy J

I. IteioIieiJ, Jiy tin* CJeneral; .'tsrmLy) iA ;i X :;. YorK VYfcKiiLv Mfitxnj:.-We haverecci'.ed | one of. those accidctils\\\\tlch\ \ will eomeliiuti! are hrffbv notified( to {iriat tl.etii wit hoot delay To Nutvnan.rille by C p m nett Sacks
| itiid those indtfi'trd to : .d! e.eS.e; arc nuw railed upon And back between 6 am&arada'aad6 p ta : > Liverpool Salt,
V.ruia. That af'er the fo.lention re.eainina. numbers of this esccllewi
two family -
happen in the best tegulated punting olT :es 1 tu make; iuiintduie la-.n.t'nt laJMt next djy. ifi small packaze- Carolina Ri'e. ,

and re.considerai wf the rsoiiitis I j aewrpap r. !***hIJcs it* litemrj value. It has -u. crowd of otker matter.-EDS.] ::*! R. Tl'CXER( Slieriff Proposals commence at Orange Sprisgitll ts3Y t McNAUGIlT & IJ1OND.
uuuftted uit the eii! <*r March, 1547, by ty and! rsc nffiri Adniini-'tritrr of said estate. ronde r.-d. Newport, January 27, 1.Lj. 4
the iJmona.l! recommendation V. .
) do consider sai.1 oitt ions i to our big Jefferson lo, 14'J.< 6 8w i From ASli! otor, at
)f fv, we re c s foutj. The I., lend flabi.-A In.; I county February *
ray a Chippewa S. S. KNIGHT: i CO.
i fnea: of hi'iag the orljflua! Ta lor and To Otetre
d.-d iu tnnh, coiwonnui with tint ( jyisIzuIjon1 } paper '
tlian has been in UurifWil! wher :
Icctij'iug *,, Am! back. VlGesalc and Iletail Grocers, ant rotlslou .
and c-oiiducjve to its preservalioji, aid there j of Lewg still a spirited no-party supporter of; ia a lecture on Tuesday evening, arrordin I B'.udcra nili[ state the distance and the hour of Dcaers.TALk1If.tS5ECfLflIiD..
LI. creditor; Itgatami entitlfd lo
lore, we lee] it to he')ur indifpensitlde duty !;> the! jJ] Hero. Pi Ire dollar in advance \ persons d."artrre nd arrval.r .
one a rear I i to the Times he advised the butj-v, f Hart-. ti.stiibutiiin in theitdttot Janie> M Hart, late - _,__, .%.
adhere and c-fiiinn! t1em, H foHmvs! : 1 adurest Ji Fuller. Mirror Ol New 1 f ford to tie thlor bauu'w, a* soon a* they weri oft- j. fm"'" '" "''. i>_ r> By vvarassa- .fl'M4t mi tut, 1'r tP v* .t.-
; c", and d.qnatttli vri.i he bair tl at t.ie
.' 'i'i/ttfiVr/c: rtlativr //> tJtf jr1.litii.u ly Ii.of i i bom, to a bourd, bind them down tigUt, nnc I Ih2t iboir cl'-iion Irom this date, nniwi the To Cedar KPT* by 6 p m nest day, 70 mile ,! ant article in t-ir! lir.e. Foi! cf approTtvl epaliti -
Vorli.
ot two Vesr
("JrL tilt UuHed :titts( $ of Ftawyiit (Ii.! : keep iLem tiiere Jtjosl of the time, till they. I expiration exhibited to the h'llhtrriber ; and ail persons And back betwceu 6 a ta Friday and C p rs -Sahara. CoJea. Teas, liacon, IlataFctk.. _

r.n a4ty t [Actc4 Ma-::, 147 33:11. From at S a a WedaesJajBy with Fruits, Irwh Potatoes; Onion, Nat*,
I i. j.v-; t H .*iived, uiiaiiiiRno ly, 'y tl't Cen--r- ; ton for California, Jiy the O/fte/o/ / stands the head," he say s, aud then when the Ljartj I htTitty nnufii-d to prewnt them without called deUy ; and to Hbdisonboro llaisins. Figs Almond,and all otter aitic'eiUiUalljf _

.! Asnblv ( f Vir iania, That t-! tlrrr u.. -et t oi i of W. DASTLKIT late 13: itor of I j jets LtMtcked over, it won't br<*ak the chi!
Lie U'it-d Siat- faai un r iitrl, dirtTiS.n: ,. ,!. ite-- i uut80 En., tiostHe tutns up olhcr itlvautages an to!. i maie iiniu diatt; paycaeut toConntT. ANN PRT. And back botvrcc 6am Friday, and 4 pin Store next door above tJ. II. Mejtania*,oa ilaa

i i; or lir.u.tMJ.jtch uver U.e rtutio-j: of htj pn : the Southern Journal. Mr. B. is the firM adventurer *' nest day. roe street.
; lows ladies ecij E.ecutri.
( : you *" e, (holding up a j Qiziiitid Whether fhi unite will be incase
j" iu juifjir the rj litw <4'th t.Uvfhillir ; and fjoia Fi(4iJao far as we know.tu .- the child's Lauds tied down i ij jerergni February 10, tM9. 6 bw Quire. necessary I Jannary 27;, T4t -I lj _
uuii i taking any such caatrol, :! tra'-s aUs th I j iiieti.) are MI I nf letting route No. 355! Item Piktka to Xewimnsville -

irjU* tff its iojitini. ie function*, in dtroyiag U.e S&iccc hn. can't (scratch its owa eyes out. arid can't 9 -i; S I '0 1 Liniqt } ? Lumber.

i it
jl.-d,. :2.it. u-1x. That .H t.rr'ttsnb I CGao.. TAVWE'S family, (with the cxof gle about and got very tired ; is can't betu 1 zalztm Gill ui p ojno :*Fort Fort Hatlep CUtkTo by 7 p ra, 40 male, and tot sale by GCO. II. MEGIN ISS.
:
; >< 'PPd5 i.wtiI -
iwnwt"] including Mis. ToUor | over, and must grow str..ight-wlivu she moth- P.ZJul! 50W &flp atto q t5 And back between C a ta and 7 p ta next
"; : VThy be ari4zt4 > tj. -nt K,f the U.,itkl.J L:I c9'fliaa; ) 'l1 !*0U si1s O4.t 35041saultuq 02Personi wUhirt; LUMBER can hare U saweJ

4, nr \ 3 !jvtiealy with any reirri j> -A r CoL Bliss aud J lay:! reached Macon Sunday ; er goes out after herbs she can hang it on t t'qi )ILa5Jd rnq nniicoa o iq; .qetI5fl thy.I'rnpnsas and delivered in Tallahassee, or at "r. Padrat.t
bt.n the ASiat f l1hi i t 1} -iikuJ utifl sual.es cau't lute it when it cries to rrn! rsce Fart Crane,instead of Fcrt
tu < t uon.
; t r\ < ) M \ tree, ; *) Ptt 1Tt3 II11* flD ieqs jnq t Mill, by leaving their muVr with
3)iit common j.Tm>crty, in wltH'Ji each and al!I 1aI, oa their way to Washington. The Gen the: moiSier can pwitig it acro. her hick, ant __ltJ .;q OI thAt JJi0U! sq *tt sislus a 1 1CP.1dr3i 1I Clark, are invited.Frirn Jacksonville. at 6 a in Tuesday GLO. H. MEGt1Z3. _

i.weeiiitttl riahtu; a.id tint the Fniclt.nMit, by thr : has tie M sriii.i its and fro I 0. UA..i.' rr-iri ci'j Vo. r. ITITU.. ? January 2t. 1=143. 3 _CtPci I
>K-raJ G4verun.I4t, of anv Iw Li.h ,4..uIi tl.4I1 goue up j rock it so-swaying body to ;) am (; atti 'Z1'U 1P J' 110* 'v.: aa.t. .=. ....n.a >,. ., nn-- .

!, t4 by it* cflci; pr..i'cit t1 cii7'a? (ii&tC can carry it great diot.inc' m tl.M manner, j -tute4l qi $ pur'; 'c-.q!! a Vonclstvek Mills tit G-of dctton Seed.

Irotn etfli.Et4titI with their p i o| crtdesctijitiou \% hatvr -. i:mt rat: M.OBIEIA-. JOV&WAI. 3 too ; can sit it up s'nia of the wigwam, very i 041 uj 5 '; p'tr itI"!pus! 5tt'It'i iie ill it1 jju I,:1MpftZP N To St Mary's Gd..by t p ta next day.eO miles j jAud P.INHKLS GENUINE PETIT GULF COT-
r7
aud 0
into curb t triiory.unwarriuttd wci' rnI a4vaiunatiu Hasty Inklings.Messrs. handy ; and when canoe turns over, the eiiildwim 't4 Uo1153 !voa *P(1t4. Jqi3ql1s jfl, next back dty.Sparate bn.weea. a ca Thursday t pan ,! l O:: TON SEED l".r sale. It Lfi3 been fcerethreo
l auJ I'kd4 ittht
utpromies i4 iti Cuntiuiioniti v. ncif tt *. rI' Edilnr s : I sec in your last paper .> off on the board, not drown ; and its ; dlR ( IH pron' !? t'n- that part of this mote e- vedra, :rmd et{ iii a Planters dr pLace.that its Joea net in-

the States
and in dr g3t ion ffthal xrtcrt$ cqui* ihtt Ii. 1 ole Ill a place in your cuwnus. Gentlemen the board! supports it ; the ebiidr- n't Ncticc.'eeksftrrdte.aphieati. 3; :; Iron Nassau C ii at S a m Friday jtre close the cnncjnment.

i 'ugto Ihe several Stat a iaeaber4'1Jnit', -your t.eaho ; I ato ij'jito elated at w marked crawl! Into the fite and burn up, to -can leave ; l n will be mudebj Tu And Fe bark naiid btf'-\-cu n< by 6 p San ui. 3D and miles in next day. January 20, Ist'J. 3 J. R. FORT UN C.
wuuld tend tt1irt the thi Ii Judge op
ami directly to I lh Honorable the
a iecopiim. fbi, at iu duty bound, i must it long time, nil safe-so I think this much L) the 5utscrwr Iw From Pilatk.i t 7 Tu -.day
3. fl4! Thiil (f. iu < iiregsr4 all s of ihrirst ,I > t'i'.! it* ,for leller* of adroiiiU'rafwin .n the estate tifWaller 33.3.: ; a m For New York.ITE .
fi'i.l pnr.f ipl? ul! tto< Iitt i>I Cm gr*''-< t'n 'Lo caudjttty t<*]H youth re arc wiw ones who! sjyi b st way. iwiies-lwtcIl best XV. T *lor. crreajtd, latr of Lrun county. fly Volmia. Fort Butler, Enterprise, and :

4tt-,4irq ft f the S'jt f !(li# onri into 14*r risoii: i ou hh'-ud! not elevate mch nonbtnse to the Toe ladies gave in their assoct by a general V.'M. XVJLSON. Mellon.1Ie Schooner "COMMODORE KEARNEY.
To tbc bead water of St. John's river, (brvratcr JL PAIS, Matter,will sail as abore. For frei tt
rII kflWt lie Mismiuri Cprt '.1 6w
% 5$ ( e. IS4). 6
iC.u. 10,
of All I ak is uiiudI laugh. February
I dignity type. yuu never ,> 7 m Thursday. I5O iail- l to JOHN DENIIAM.:
t rt ry co.'ifcidcfatituj of justice* i Cu9titutt- right.J by p or pasa--, apty?
tlf fraternal fueling, the fearful i-stip h&H b<* I I them, iu due seasou they bhaii receive their Mail Arrangements.XOHTHKUN. Notice.rorn And back between 7 a ta FrKby and 7pm Newport, January 50, 1S.Z9. 3

i .jpij upon; t: *'CoatiiryH'l.n'i, nin-t rr--Il' frrtntho round fir 1 am not to lazy, or srt craven oi Sunday ::
.1 ; >'i n autl attempU'4; .mwroi.nf of tUf WilinotP'trti : 'I spirit, as nut to note down their sayings ia my Arrives, Tuesday, Thursday, 1' weeks after date for, I the nhivll County apply of to the JerTerson ll n.Judce 3T.6D. From the head waters of St. John's river at Ga For New York. j
Prnbte
n, a*'ant cl the General HrvrrrinjiMii. t'eI | lueiiiutttiiuum book l ; and rest absuied the hour end Saturday nights. Departs;, Wednesday.Thurtday for leave It)ci fM t the real estate of Jarne 51. Sloan, Indian m Frid.ivBv river.Paios.San Lnie.and Jtxi.ter Till! TJri* WARCALLER," JO!!LTX, Masti-r
.. diiEr! in cLnotii For Urizht rvtesjre.a -
lt cr
I r'i ; uf % 4rginLa r n |sa'<- r.o; ?> *! sail as above
I will c'ooic round when the flo.ulgatcs of hutnoruimc aud Nionday! mornings.KxKrr.ux lets ot said County, dcctatied. JOILN DES1IA3I.
!I. .:iv* 1b.ih alterisiiji: thut: vc'Al tltrti ntH), ply to
*.: abjp 1 *ubni> siou 13 an'iirn i ar.d ottf'ii2.> ti the \ vengeance shall be opened upon : (Madison Courthouse, &c.- Sheriff, and ex.L\S.ojfiewJefTeraon IL A'trnii'itraior.rtcKim, To Miami Thursday Dade,c 2SU'onty miles, (bj land.) by 6 p ranejt Newport, Jannary 20, IS t':>. 3

4tIs liind, at dHt nii....-d rt intanrt rw tjie trlbcr, at 1 ihetii. L '4t\e tu<; jiiijMidc'jil scamps to my -
County. February V). l"t.. 6 4t And back between 6am Friday tsd C ia
ail hazard and U* tl i- last c,1fV1iti. | charge, and if MaMer Quill! doth nut jsti; | Arrives Tuewlay and Friday, 4 P. M. Ieaves p Flour, &c.
next Thursday.32tSO.
4. Jlrtiulvfid.unmtiCTo'j-lv: That tIc Crn : you aid IMC a aiuiit their deep danmauou, j Sunday Wednesday, ai Notice.LL From Tampa at ) per
E -niMy IjuJAs it to iu the *!!uy) 44 1 :v n ina'i. in cv- ft :3U barrels planting Potatoes
try sc.-tiou "f this cotifr w\ (If j>, TTf.i.'t* i i. t Uji.Ui not rijjia! uiuibiy repel xll Ute aUackfc of 12. A rrptliteru, l,>iatee and pr-eni rntitlwl to tit Manatee milts IB su >eiline Flour, .

dl.atif) him) t* o"n' if.p pni-s'i f -tf! ..tnlav, i*' rv a iio&t t.f such irifectft, be mine, and mine alone, MONTICLI.LO, MICTOSLKIB ASI CBXTISCVILLU. A. distribution in the estate ef Wit iirn Goodman, To And Sarasota buck,between Uy 50 J 53Ck3 S.dtf.> : sie b _

hatever i>uro|
: > UP Mj'ijfft' to *ui-3i leslit ti'm. I Why sl.ould Squire F-, and Col Q .-Arrives Wednesday and Saturday, C tied to exhibit their claims and demands within two iota Separate, in case proposals ef If ttin?to route supply N'ft. ZhKI ee, Rte innited.3S. Newport, Jan-nry 2O. tr .lO. t V *|
5. Rnwiwd un. or th- same ivill b.wrre.1! ; and
Friday
,
ihemseives the From at 6 a tn Tuesday
1. Tampa
and Z; '
Geu.
.. -, w' up as tt '
aSdve-oMtitionid j.rwino ikc.i it 1 ti} flaftlm Notice.ALLrer .
sltvrholiltn* Slat*, and l all W rilixpnn tl >- July projier toasters and judges oi taste, and i Clones nig1!:! before. nuke ijamediate payment tn the ui.dt'rtiriwd D* Hilcnppuck a 3a and Fort )> miles
To Mt llonVileb! tn Thursday. M- demands against the estate of
tPe v*toe their dre sinviI.-s. thch, .SQV.t.r.jzIt .. I as tou pure of virtue! and propriety to be cross. ST. 3lAiiis.I : -Leaves Monday, Wednesday W1I. WEST. ?? Qtiaifietl: AnJ hack between p fi a in Frld j and 6 p trf nr.i! Graham havin deceased, are hereby iu>li-
b, th* tr inJi| >*T 4ffn''<*, lht\ rizlttnof pn rr JOHN M. SMITH, 1ecu1nra. '
i.d! the oi such raltle-br
t t,. ;a'.kC fiim, UiiiU-J and cuacciitd JI.UOH ia LLittTt.C' by romj-ingh a Uhj and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, Thursday ami Jcfiomon County, February ID, IMS 0 Sw Stiiutav. and Thnrs.a. tied to pres *tit them wiUmnl d>*tay to the nntiersi -
j i am ? ii they Imve a ((Hint of wisdom iuhbem 35C2. Frotn Jacksonville Sao Month ned, and all persons ir.dcbtedvto said estate wilt
,
: ((3 P. M.'l'uonASVILLE.Lraves.
I streauiicw: from its deep recesses in Saturday, A Card. .,, make inmcdtate pavnipnVLLAM* *"* '
U. Hp,wlTd, That wr rrfranl i1'! paagr up Tuesday, 7 A. M. To St. Auzujtine bv 12 rar S3 mi9! \ C.. PONDER,. .
a law \ij llo Conwothe 1'iiilo $ a1t'itdjIiivlaiti abundance ntt'i excellence not to be equalled. A-id back between Tan and 4 p n nest Jar.mrv 2.1, 1 5 p. Z bt Eseculor."I'OOD. .
they should jet it pour furtli fur the benefit of Arrives Monday, 0 P. M.Ilevrare Dr 3. !* DttVIlI oftrra his prfissinnalservires days.Prcrals .
:! *Jawry orllie slave lrad' in llie to'the rilizcnsot Tallahj crand nrroundng -
rnke closer connexion with steanboit -
to
otheis. If 1 instinct wi.li ,
liiIrt i f Coltini1ii! oia Aired nttaclt they are poetry Otlicr- the vu itta1il( i) of Gen. John on'kkred- fllacizinithifl
sip'niLe i of Counterfeits and Imitation. country. -' at Jacksonville will be
which doth brghten and refine their hrtellucU I'. Uuval.r.ne mile North cf this city.I suifc-tanlij!, and cheap KlicVsuvIthinj* ofVJT
beitt / .
iisJjtuUons of ilic Soutliem Stales, to The unparallej and aslonishirg edcacy rf Dr. 3&U From St. AnuTinel.ySmvrnaIndianRiTer,
imzun! I doth wonderfully enliven their iznagina- I ebuur> 10, lSJi. rW. Sin L rie, Jupiter. Miatui, Key Larjo, all kinJs d' nc at the Shop near mj'Stable.. occupied
c-ety lions, doth kindlu in them the most generous \Vjttar'sflaluza rf Wild Cherry, in all the di' Indian Kev Key West, Charlotte Harbor! last year by Miller,;* Brokaw. -

111. IIesrvod: Iliat in liw rent ;1 the teutuneuts, and exalt and ennolde their whole fur which tt i* recorr.mend--U, curing many cages after GAITHEPt BURGESS & CD, Sara;ota, Tainpay Ctdar keys, at. WarKs, I January io;: ISJO. 3 A. AFISHES.. .. fl

pasit lii._ Cores: ()flhU Wilawi VrQ'iso" it in the skill of the best pli>s>icims wm unavaiiiaj.h ;. Apalachicob, Kt. Juijih't', and St. An -_ 4
umuhoud it i is lln-ir to m-iniieet
duty
<-r any law alx.H >liin
in the D: r 'fih Cunn'.nweutth i reqn..td iiilflP. wit doth rjmtkle lively in their souls! let them Separate proposals for sections cf the abova routes Probate for Gads'-lm for letter* of administtatiou i
and imitatorlo pain ufl'sjuiiou* nixturej, ol -' will bi coi'idetcd.n'ich decea d.
g ve it forth, ia fresh and gayest stroke, tn rID the estate of Daniel T. Lane,
( iately lo convene tim Legi1aturo i r/ this the around them. This i similar name etsd snpearunre, for the genuine Ualtro. in Western Produce! JAMESLIRD.Zilney ,
1e (if it eball !Jjtivo adjcmro) tu consider UdJen society proposal siontd! be accompanied by a c arantef ( January 13, II9.2 '6w .
j I5ut if do not these < Sotne arc called Svrup cf \Viid Cherry, C-J Poydras Street, New Orleans. in .
tifthe their |pl&tin duty. they siantd by-one or more re.'ponsiblc person,
mode and mfaRurf f rfilrrfes. j things, either from lath of the gifts, or from IhUan of t Spikenard," Wild Cherry Cunfrey," Feb. 3, IS-1'J.) 5 t; tt.e fo Tlow in-r mannt-, viz: EiLrLopc; and Salt.T .

IV. Ilesoh-KiJ, Thai the (Jovenmr cf thisComtiz2.eai1i ] aversion to use iheri for other's good, how &,c. Another, \Veter'a l.liam; ofViUl Cherry," Gstdsden Sheriff's Sale.V 'The undefiisnei pnranfy that > ECEIVKp per Briz Ocilla and other rcssels
} Lc ;eq'IefrlPd to eid u cupy if his bi.1 for carrying the mail from to le J.V -
labor ? nii pi-Uins the name, and fursiug ccrttficatra: to re- 2i pieces Iiozing* .I.Iitli
the snarl at
(J( i1e rchoulimi8! to tacl oftIse j1.1is ol11ii have they efl"ontery to my virtue rf two writsf fi'.ri facia: *, i isued from accepted I.T the Postmaster General, shnll enter into 2>J coils Rope,
"
'nion auJ alKOto Senators aud'f Jt'p. *' Accord-ug iu that Lath, to let him give. entbie: thosz rf the true I'.ahsm. Dr. tVitar'L'3lsarn B the Cl.-rk'i oflice of the Circuit Court far the an obligation prior to the/r tlay of July next, eKJ; sack Liverpool Salt, for sale h.vJOIin .
our of Wild Cherry" is the only genuine. The Middle Circuit i-f Florida, and sufficient sureties to perform the scr- I
be
This is u wise saying, as useful to quoted County of Godadeti! \\ ith good' and DENHAJI. C (
r.taUvc* iu) ConZrt'Fs. in as to bn preached ; and I here set it rest merely imitata The nair.o of (the original, \\Lile lor.ie airfeclcd.wbeieni S. P. Allison and Eliza F.Lonnvottli i'-r ;i.This ." Newport, November 1?, IS1.I 13 j 4
esty
.an.1 Abraham K. Ailwwti' should be arcnmpanid by the mtificateof a
CflQLtA.'e arc sraiifiedat bt'ing 1ie I down to btli beaded and ttuu'K'd by all captious .they pisses none of its rirtties. F\i>cvt >r of! are Olirer plaiutil LiHle( dcoafd, is detc'iidar.t, I postmaster? cr other equivalent testimony, that the Pickled Mullet.' .

tho! r ciilics. I Lave an idea, their i k plenty of Look ire!! to the warA* nf tlit grnvine. rion, nnd will fii-r! t tt.r sile, before I Ibe are men of property, anti able to make ? I
l U-xied guarantors
atjoouncp at tlio end by au- have : i-lUltET of
request j : BARRELS! No. 1 PICKLF.n r
gold this tide-of California, and if these men The K ?iiuinc Ualsatn is put up in bottles, \\iih lie Crurt.IiOU'0d0t in the town of Qmnry, oil iIaeuirtMotithy good their finrnnff tJ\J Zf\

iWitj of tip Delta) that tlicie! is no more any ;j iave it, let them hand it out, and not be qu.ir-; word" 1)r.'Vistar's lL2ani ot \ViJdChmj.FLiteJ., i in March, lIU.f within wit Ual hwUM. the iol- The proposal "should be sent for route to the Xo.department in Tor sale the low tirt by catchamjin llcNAUGUT fine order.& ORilOND ., I
to : sealed cndirscd Proposes aG.A.Mclntyre
deertt.ed
iieia iu New Orlrans. That paper states lulling with you for picking! up; my dro**. blown in the glass ; each bottle bearing a label oi lowtn 1.t tiuflitier fifty properly-cigLt, situated in the t1Zoincy. ,,** and addressed to the First Assistant PostmaVer Newport, Novesioer Co, ISIS. It .

itt tle best oviJence '* that it is reaiJy d'-funct, You Jo well, my good sirs, lo give an incculive the frcnt with the signature rf ( Levied oi>on 5.5 tl.e property r.f said del ii- General. .

ii ad nj l.uricd." that at the Charily Iio'pi. : to Mich a! I am to speak! out the 11. WISTAR. 11. 1). tItus. and to bo soW to satisfy said writA of fierl fadat. Fur the prohibition of bid re. ultinc.; from combination .

tat ihcsepivu will bo enveloped hereafter with anew 1*. C. WtST, Slieritt.Februaty and the terms and conditions which the
tine van on the day previous, nut a sin- thought which tir within. I hot This wrap the last annual advertise
5 is to ba nude, see
Ie' case ol Cl oicra nrnuig the zrniius.t'r'rLcrcuro Mentors will not be scared to find that pvr ; cojtjri, ht fcecu.vd IS 14 ; on which will always 3, 1819. contract ment. HAS taken rooms at JIr J. L. Demillj'*, anal

I am one who has been of late largely cnja.Tfti appear the written signature of I. LUTTS." Wanted, C. JOHNSON, Postmaster General. : his professional services to the citizen a

2)7: ktiidcnu: m lie South < in the sowing of my wild oats." 'Tia _J-oi; i sale by H. BARNARD, Jr.. DrngislTal -I Ann BUSHELS CCRNUY POST OFFICE DLP.kTatr'T, of Leon and surrounding desired.TlLli country.. Ladies atteodedat I
if
fio-nishefl in LAUD FloriJa! and IItpIV a,. s. KNIGIIT t ._v.J4nure Wahin tnn,January 20, I S ti). their residence,
the largest number ever !ua species of agriculture which talmaee. D. Newport, by Drujjsti 4t February 10, !':? 6 "t 3tc. Se'-ti-&b-r 23, IS 15. 4Q -

thai incliiatiou. thete part!. Why should it not Just con- ;: generally thn-ushouULe tlrntcd Sttlcs. 20, 1St3.

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:; i it.: TOWNSEND'SSARSAPARILLA
Leon County Uudsdcii Co. Tax Insurance .; ,
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Chancery,
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. B" virtue; of the power vested ) Insurance Company i: : i : ,, FLORIDA 'LANDS.d B the Circuit Court for Leon Connly,rendered on the 13th in

: y VIRTUE of the powc vested) in me by law 1 h House shall c&pcte for Sale for CONNECTICUT. The most-eitraordlnary Medicine lu the \V orld. ay of December, A. D. 1S1*, in a eans therein de.
IJ door, in the !:-wn (If f ( pending, wherein the Southern Life
have and fliall for ale, be. continues her at OF FLORIDA Insurance Sc.
Agency
I'YIl..1fj'on. expose IClh still EASTERN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,
1 day of April next the .., Trust Company and the State of Florida
'lure I the Court ilmisedoor, (the city of Tallahassee The and stability ol were Com.
promptness
H pcily.oreo rnu'hct.( '( cs will Circuit Court of St. John's, County. plainantand William Burney. Defendant
the MnXDAY) IN FEIIRUAKY last thirty i ii a sufficient I shall
n IOXI County taxes due thereon for the years NOVEMBER .. D. ISI!!. proceed to' sell, In Iront of the Court Hou
.
NEXT, (IS W.) \ing d"cribf property The?lands "". She has stood the test MONDAY, 13th DAY or t door, in
Wirnucb thereof !will | te Sate and County. cola Land Companyeiiuattd(purporting to belong t in New YOlk and other parts ol IN CHANCERY. the city of Tallahassee on the first Monday in March
Iaedu thereon for the Ia wit : her business that next the following Lands, lo wit:
1"1'.10 I
so
N I os-tcJ7Ts.Rh. !u'a and E.V SI4 !ecI7T den XVe,, bounit.d1I1t by the I or arranges injure her, not allowing! I FRAi.L and. others ) Suit for Partition.; The XV i of the SV | of Sec 21 ; the E J of' the
i by Apalachicola at >
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3, R 1. N'and R. E'i ofS n !oc 17, T riv. r. I I \ a certain amount of ri:k in I S XV 4 of Sec 21 ; I theElof the S E i of Sec 20'Ihe

:a. n I I. Nand K. J H i S XV 4 *ec 17, T a, 2, !and Franklin and East t h\ the ( all town built entirely 1 BRUSH and others. } been brought on to be I. t XV $lor the N XV 4 of Sec 27; Ine E of the N

K:, W i S E i sec 17, T 2!, R 2, N and E, W i X K Tav J. % !ffiNHWE ; millSlJS I': hainij Watson Jr. E 4 of Sec 29; and the W J "r the N E 4 of Sec 28,
Collector GaJ. heard the of George ,
A 17.T2. nN and E, WiN XV 4 *ec 17, T 2.2Nant1NV1ofSE promptly, agreeably to the upon report Commissioners !, all in T :3, N of R 3 East, containing in all 479
tN October! 7th/ ".J'. J"J. Randolph, ant I Thomas C. Ellis, '
I? 1 4 jPC., T i. }-, N and hU ____ > i'y. XVe are thankful for the appointed therein, under and by virtue o/ a commission :I GO-10O acres, and lying arid being in the County of

K:, S E 4 "f S XV i MIK, T J., R 2, :and belongIn C.zuhdc'" Co. Tax ; bee our friends to call whenever i< ued out of and) under the seal l of this L eon.
to Charles G. Ttustre. and will I take risksona" ? Terms-Cash. Deeds at pnrchaser's cost..
? we .
Etgl.h. 11 V tiitue oflltfO( power '1'*' 1 1l' Court ; and on reading and filing said report, which i
Liit 2, *ec : I HI.I and XV, 72 acres, of equal standing- -- JOHN B. KEEN,
NIt Company 1 1I
JI.Jt -
.I il for that
ei|>o$e ule! fur bears date March IS IS, by which it appears
1s E 4 31, T RI, sand XV, acrr. W J. R. FORTUNE: l'nt. iei Master in Chancery, Middle Circuit.
I 4''ntiit) H.iu e d'lI.r, in the ton tf i I he Jill) Commissioners certify and report that they
N XV 4 sec 5. T 2, R iNand XV, i atres, lunging At the Tin Manufactory. January. I.) I 4 1:1 ,
t H. the Ihth dj
ot it is six
thereof
< > April next, T his Extract is put up in quart hollies: find the land !o situated that a partition -r
to .\. 1'. Uuval.XV rrib"d |ropif, or vu much t ) 1". 1SJS. 5 tunes cheaper, pleasanter, and tcarrnntrd *npeitor cannot be made without prejudice to some of the In Chancery.IN I
i
K N and W V) -
T I ,
i X I E 4 27. I J. acres
Irc St tate and Count t due thereon trithout vomitingpurgingtsieheninsordtlnlitatiH all and the objections -
es MAIL LINE ta ai I/o/d It cures disease owners and i heavy expense to ; *
bdarmflg: to C G. J.lli: h,*Trutte. 1'114I:4.t l: t I..i l'f,, ((1 )) of South : & the patient.HIIIE to said report being withdrawn, it was, on MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. i
Part 01 Lot X) b's O. 1 city of Tallahzec. -10 : 1 E il) Section t wfi',tv-oneS : Ordered and Jc- Theodore HartriJge, Administrator of Thomas Liring
( 21)) / and of this Sara- motion of coun"el. .djwimed, -
'
C. (j. I great superiority
i beauty
feel front Monroe trect, belonging to EngIih -
on (X E 4)orlll) XWl I .quarter ( ) L i that while creed, and this Court by virtus ol authority therein lon, deceased ,
Trustee. __ : il. par ll" ova all other medicine: i*.
T 1 R C, X and E. 120, XV 4 1 11, I Iwrntt-tMii. (S2'1)) T mn.hip t eradicates the di-ea-se it invigorates thrf body. It 1 vested, dolh order,adjudge. and decree, I that the said vs. ;
3 I.
S i 1 J. "< ;
fe : !f (f 2. R 7)) Ninth aidVet the I and alii therein contained do stand ratified The Widow, Heir!, and Creditors of Thomas Liritigston
on j -
things -
,
N E E: N 4 n:! T I ol the best and Summer medicine report
T I, R 2, and 100 ere", i s rc i ed Creek tie is one very Spring deceased.
R 2, X and E, VJ acres, E i S I E 4 *ee 1 It. T I, 3 R i N LuiJpuipirtag to erer known ; it not only purifies the whole system : and confirmed. N obedience ,
to Decree
..i Eb acres XV i S W 4 < !!, T J I. R 3, X .,n.iK \nmslc.Ad. i to Macon. and \'r lIglht n" the person, but it creates new, pure // is further Ordered, JUjwlgnt, and Decreed, [ of n of the Honorable Court
J. Chancery in the above notice i is
: WJ WiN i XV 4 sec I Is, T 1 I. R 3, X and E. and rich blood ; a power possessed by no other med That George M. Payne of Micanopy in the County caae, hereby
lrfl. Tax Collector G. J hours front 7'cll/ahmttt to given U all creditors of the late Thomas
f q, acres, X E: 4 XV J.f 1- T I. K 3, X anti I E. : icine. Arid iu this lies the grand crt'lc.f its won- cf Alachua, James Child, of said Micanopy, and Ito: Livingston
. N> acres XV $ X :I: llfc :3. F I I. R J, X arvl! E:, .<.1; October 7lh, IMS. Churltnlon three tinys, dei fill success. It ha? pc'rf.rmedilhin the last two XVilliam A. Forwarc1.nf St. Aiigtiitine in the County [ render (to the undersigned, as Master in Chancery
the .Mail Boats t>'& St. John's Florida three suitable and i f for the County of Madisonon or beore: the last Monday ..
of
r i S XV i t r' IS.Tl 1 I. R3, Xand E, 'I aries Giddei. Co.; Tax year*, more than ).OOO cures of severe cases of I competent -
1lI ftrfusiulla fin vifith of March
( ) next, 1919 the
amounts date
,
: T K X and E disease least ( considered incurable. 1 persons, be arid they are hereby appointed Commissioners *,
i S 4. sec IS 1, 3, S'tane* eec ; at .OO were I
\ V ,irlue cf the \ Tallahassee on Mondays, and character of their
and
ciaims
21, T I. R 1. N and I E, fit'') .cre- t-ec 't. T I I. R 1 I. B plwr'e! I I It hissived the lives ot more than .*,OOO children for the purpose of carrying, out the decree they berrby have
-lull (;: ( e fur rale tor | Fridajs, at 4 o'clock. A. M., notice to tile Ihe same in office on before the
rll I or
of this Court in said cause. It further ordered. my
N antIE1tarie.; ( .. K J SE 4 w I 17, TlflIN I I : t the pat: season in the city of New Vork alone.M -
; Couit IJcu-e d-xr in via Bainbiidire, New. date above mentioned when I will
Quincy
and E E i SW4c 7.TJ. R 3. X mid the town of ( I than adjudged, and decreed, That the said lands j proceed to hold
> acres. re '
JI' day I thir.ih day of Aprill1l'1t.: t u", au.l Perry,) on Tuesdays! he sold at auction by and under the direction a reference to ascertain such information as will enable
public
Jb44acles; XV iN"$: 4ec. J IS. T 1 R 3, X and F. 3,0'')') cases of Chronic Rheumatism ;
5< ribed pr"!>eriy' rir so much tIi're .a>s, at 10 o'clock. P. ;., ill me to report a legal distnoution of the
said M. James Child and Wil- assets
XV TI R X and of i the George Payne, ,
?<(1 nrres, S. E. 4 X 4 sec. 1 I" I. 3. 2'XHJ' )( caes of D>*pcpia ;
\ RradenXV Si 4te"'id count tjxcsduethe pun i : Savannah. Leaving Macon on and I liam j A. Forward, Commissioners hereby appointed I of the estate cf said deceased among the creditor
4t") acres, bi'lo'fins "sate! ol H..to l.OHOrasesofGencral Debility want Energy;
and E 3v \ XV X !, 'li"n fiitt-Ven: (S J 15)) ( ) i and Friday*. at Ai o'clock, A. as aforesaid, at tv.e town of Micanopy, in Ihe said to the Court. Dated 13th December, 1S4S.
i _ec T J. R 2, S ! W 4 *ec 4T. 1. R 2, S and J E:, *.-(i acies; S W 4 MCI K.ns-e fci-veii. (R 7)) Xmlh and X\ ( ) I .' on Tuesday 'fhm- 2IJI10<)' cases ol Scrofula ; Counly of Alachna.on the twenty-first day of February JOHN McGEHEE.. \
I I the \\.11. r. '.1 Croi.ki-d (Creek, I the. al M o'clock, P. M. ThU line Master in Chancery for Madison County I
and th"llhf'sale"bcconlinued from
4,1' R 2, S and E. tGI acie tuqlollir.g to be. l'i'W: : cas"s of Liver Complaint ; 1 1I9; day totb'y
!
t to Iiclon! ; to I. S. C.tlin, .ilu I. Rail flolt1.: Suannall.11.- till Ihe be } that said Commissioners January 27, 1549. 4
JUfg to et.ten1 nl'1; Chain deed. 2;ttJa ca-o. of Di-teascsof I Kidneys and Dropsy ; same coml'l..tellnd -
1j41$ 21. 22, X. A.riu ofT.lahaht4. belonging \ G..d..dclI. J. (; and X\V.tern Jl..illhlll to Co- 2'AXI' cases of (Ihe Gravel ; do caue notice of said:: sale 'to be immediately .

1" estate of Daniel Faust..S Tilt Collector, C.dd> I ( connects with the Mail Line 1,000 cases of (the Yellow Jaundice; published, until the day of sale in the follow Chancery Sale.

W 4 Sf i E 4 se{'."', T I, R 1 ISan.t XV, 40 acre*.XE Ottober 7th, I IIS. ', and from thence TallahasM-e to Apa.to 1.'iiyi' case* of I he Dropsy ; t in; newspapers to wit : Union and National InUllijjenccr TN pnr"uance of a Decree in Chancery, entered and,
can
; 4 .XV 4 sec 21 l. T 1 1. R 1, S and XV, 4<>acn-f. XV i S I l :o S.iXTJ case of the Consumption, t Wa-hinton, D. of .Charleston Courier I enrolled' at the last Fall Term of the Circuit

t j *cc MM. T I I. !U 2, X and XV, ,I al.f.. E i N E .HiJ lc! {'irN!I of 1 \ *i. and Tall.ha-ee hut one night and will be And thousands! of caes of di-semes: of the blood, viz:: Charleston, S. C., Commercial Bulletin NewOrleans. C'.nrt of Gadnden County. in the can'e wherein

4 '-311. T 1 I. 11 1. X and XX, Mai-res, I II i N XV 4 I rft-M Circuit assured ween that attention Macon.will i Ulcers, Eripel: s, Silt Klicu-n.! Pimples on the Georgian; and Republican. Savannah. Ga.,, j Smith Parramore are Complainants John C.

*-30, T 1U I. X and W, SO acr.,. E i X E: 4 "-c Nancy XV'oixl!, d.u) ) of tlic every who 'mol Face I Scald Head Tetter Nenrilgia, &c., &<., together Journal, Montgomery Ala Sentinel and Flxridian, i Love is Defendant, I shall, (as the special Master in
'.T 1 1. R I. N and XV, f.Oacre XV 4 X E 4 *, f n.;< ">K.: V IV | =e ) patronize w-ilh i I iiuinero'is ca-es of Sick Headache, P.1 11 l Florida and that notice be given by hand-bills al,o ; I Chancery appointed lor that purpose,) on the first

T 1. R 2, X and XV. S > acr.-, I* 1 !E 4
X 2, X and XV, SO'i art..", W i N E and XV 4 ot S C havii: been wade} to appear to Q'uincv' : '$ :0 to This is the tn'hl t successful: medicine known in I said lands, be guided by the map of 'the grant mad* j I and two o'clock, otTer for sale at public outcry, be. tI t

4 S.C 9. T 1, R 2. S and XV. 1 2) acres !XV 4 S E 1 4 I IbPC IT Hon. Ttuuiiai CaltzcH, Ju
2
27, T 1, R 2, X aldY., .i acres b.-lontfin'; to Asa.Mun id'i out cf Fioi ida and within tl By JOl1. YARt'nt.. been reported a: cured when all other remedies have quantity and form as laid down on said map ; and I Iaac, being the slate mentioned in the said de

!an. -1 AS XV. SiIETWOOH I tiited Siates to wit, ill 'the State n '* Hotel. Tallaba. C. t 13ilt.d. t the aid Commissioners to have discretion to bell infractions I cree. Terms of sale, cash.
"re-
Tax A Cul'cllr tOI It IC th 'ri-li> icOidcifdTh. -, I: I at M: Ii. NATHANS iu ca : : I quarter ,
; Quincy.
llth, 134-s fendant appear end answer the I | :2 originating: in Debility hive been entirely cured and I i iII.II..uld"f quantities as they may deem proper and best calculated Special Master in Chancery.

tiled hert'iu before' the tjrs.1 dav t cases of Dvsentery Viarr tile and Summer l ) for the interest of the parties, leaving out the January27ISl. 4 ts

Leon County wiherwife complainant; ; bill will : Received, tm m COl1l l.lillt. 1 private and adverse grant as laid down on said map. "

.'Jnd it is f inther ordered, S-c. that for the Sale of Real
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. fesso.It :: Duisi Store, a fre.h supply CAUTION. purpose Estate.

virtue of the. "we.veied in me b y li\v, I is further Ordered That this le )Medicines among which; (:3- took out for IlJIitaioltnrrin'iplell persons of permitting the chimants to purchase to the extent T: pursuance and by virtue of an order and decree
BY ( be in the Quinry Times, hate copied our labels and put up medicine in of their interest in silt) lands the nominal value
luve levied upon, and haIL expose ft tlt. a \ ; ( : of the Honorable Judge ol Probate in and for the
theC iurt I Io'ie door,in I th city ot Tallahae, town ol 1 Quincy, once week for the baine shaped bottles. See that each Bottle has of said lands is fixed at one dollar per are, and that i County of Jefferson, I will lo
ftr. ...\ .. PILLSAND RES-, expose public sale, at
each and claimant in said lands if he
the lollow- 11101ltlui.11" I H, .. the written signature of S. P. TOXVNSE.VD. every may, ,
nn the first Monday inl next, ((1S4H l ) VE BITTERS auction, before the Court Home door, in Monticello
THOMAS N. B.-Per" inquirm' ; for this medicine should she, or they, think proper bid at this valuation! to' ,
ing de \. K. Ai.i.iiov cure. Dyspepsia, not be induced to take other. Druggist* t the amount of the value of the ntimberof acre decreed
the State and Cuuuty due thereon forth Comp. Solicitor. any put up
fay "au's Jaundice-and all kindred diy thereof, all the right,title, and interest of Mary
"PI IHS.to wit : A true ci>p} : I. R. disordered btomach im- Sarsiparillas, and of course }prefer selling their own, to them in this partition, without painc money i Drew late of said county, deceased, of, in, and to

That bO ot land l sin; in the Cotir.ty cf Leon I, 1I I R. l a or others have purchased; that put up in small bolllts, as is provided in cases of other purchasers but t j the following Land*, h ing anti being in said county,
Dec. 154?. and because they make greater profit recommend should claimant purchase over and ubo e the t amount
bounded bv the line 0'( demarcation, Wet byIhe 1 known and designated in the Land Office cf the Uni-
1 1 WORM LOZEXGE
Oclockonee i J\iver, South by XVakulla County, them-do not be deceived by any-in ;juire for Dr. of their interest under said valuation then, for any- I ted States at Tallaba-see as follows :
and
.ad Et the St. Marks River:known ForbeV WnRttlin : t pleasant preparation Townsend's, and take no other. such excess they shall comply with conditions here,-
by u" the eradication of XVoHM I in The XV i of N XV 4, the S E i ot N W I. and the
1'archase," and purporting to belong U the ApalachicoU I. I Daniel Laid Compt., )) In : Principal Oifice, Wi' Fulton st S'jJ Building, N.Y. in imposed on other purchasers.Ind it i,further NE4eISE4ofSecID.inT3ofR4.NorthandEatcruntainir.g

Land Compinv.XV vt. > ( : I I ., 10.:* South Pearl :street .Albany and for sale! by ordered, ffc., that said sale (excepting the interest' 0acres less.
COUGH mote or
| ofSE&Sec7T2R2SaflE. ; W i of : J*eph F. lycr, Deft. ) Hill to LOZENGES all the principal Iruzgito and Merchants general! of claimants) hall be made by said Commissioners CocoTI0N-Suffidient to cash
T 2 R 2 S and E. anti CL'R..111 cases of throughout the United State, West Indies, and the on the following term*, to wit : One-third of Ihe put pay expenses n
4, owner unrioi
:J N IS n. IT appearing to the s.iti i.d'-tion | ing ol Blood Pains in 1I.C'SiJe', the balance on a liberal credit, with approved securit 4
Canada chase in cash, the remainder in three instalment" -
f is 4Sec2'TIRIN and W.ownerur3novbn. I. aida\ il in this t'tI f'. that ., anJ all other Puliuonar money *. Purchaser to for title*.
out of the Slate of Florida! and hl' Com- A fre h supply of (the above valnaMed medicine of one, two, anti! three years, with interest at, JAMES pay R. TUCKER, Sheriff

XV J lot Xo. 1\ Ijin;and bfin.in old flan city tlon if this t''o1,1! but in the! 1: -'I,'O- just received and for sale who'e
cf Talabuscf o\\ne OiJrrfJ, Thai Il.e said) Joseph -\ AND AGUE PILLS IJARNAI5D, Jr. .ignsealJnd execute with the purchasers writtenor JeffVr, >n County, January 27, Is-ly. 4 Ct
frc sec 1.1 ; lot* 1 and 2, frt.-c 21 ; aid, do appear and pleAd all D. LAuD. Newport. printed contacts conditioned for I Iheexecutinjof
Certain and Effectual Cure
.-ction 21 ; XV i, and X E 4 of Sec 2... and lots Xo.i P j aid bill ofcIIIIIlaiut.; or the said! ; November 11, IS t Is. 17 f-m perfect title when the purchase money shall be Notice.
i Chills and Fever Intennilli-nt
2, 3, 4, ::, I;, and 7, of Sec. 2';, in Twn.hip 2, : of fro confifuo a.ill..t I the fcud: paid, and( further conditioned that if any instalment L
if R I W., cotitaininz 2liJ aCres, p'irpoHiiig to b I JEd, That, the publication (f t this i 1'rict reduced to Sevinfy-Jipe 8TTIOF: FLORIDA : be not paid al the time it becomes due, all money ALL creditors legatee and persons entitled fo s

tanjtto Albert A. Pikt'f and John H. Gindrat.XV sornenewspapir fiiinfed in the In Middle Jiulirial Circuit of Fla. previously paid shall be forfeited ; and that the in the estate tf Archibald Graham, I 5

4cfN XV i o Sec 17. T 1, RISand 1 E:, 1elonRinsto once week for the' perio"I four' '*, fresh} and gi-nnine, are for Gatlvduu Co.---i'all Turin, IS-iS. said Commissioners shall have a right to re-enter, deceased, are hereby notified that their claims and
) LEWIS & AMES: the lands Ill and take of the drinand will l>e bairi-d at the exniration of two
; estate A. 8ran nn, for taxes due for THOMAS I BA IN CHANCERY XViiliamH-ArmisteydandJoIin upon possession ame
!far Isl.'i, )1S1<*., 1 f> 7, and l 1S45! Mine 2 fito. L. Tallaha *ee, Fa. )j Itrlm..tc."d ;:' without let, hindrance or -unibrance: thiouzh or j years fr.>m the uranting of letters of administration
COP! ;
Coinps.
rr-cnmm-ndatinn, and other in from the further (*J.red.r. .! to the underpinned, unless the same are exhibited
Section I l"iT I. R I, X and E., puir>ortin< to bc- --- and purdla3eradil ,
longtoV.. G. Hamilton I the above Medicine-.ee tnt U re That the said Commissioners do deposit the monies :! within the said two year* to the tindersizned.

Gould.J.n1E5 W. SHERWOOD, County pamphlets! which may be ci 1). Between Allen P.. Spooner .t Matilda arising from the sale of said lands, as fast t as the WILLIAM G. PONDER, Executor.
) Y virtue of the power vft.-d 1 :. W. his\\il.JohnE.Jo n- into January 20 IS-iy. 3 Sw
Tav AI''Jr and Collector Leon same are paid their hands in the Bank cCharletnn f ,
Coulh' 1) shall I lot I n.i:; son, & William 1. A. Johnson I.
expose sul>, before t I
in the!
)dnbrlt"lS. 14 to. State ol South Carolina, and that I
_ door in the the lat named defendant I- Lewis
-- town of Ja-pcr Randolph A. surviving partners of the firm
said monies shall not be drawn from said Bank, except
Tax Coll2ct r's Sale. rida, on the Inurth Mun
rirtu* nf th) authorityesied iii me by law I lowing described) property, "r 0'V J Oll' an order of this Court directing the same. Lew is, vs.Clement .
By ''I! will be sn'.lici'-nt to the State :: BARNARD, JR., IT appearing to the Court that the defendants in i B. Barrel
have thindjy I It-Mini upon, and will ctrne 1 1a1i. lor pay Ind it further Ordered That the said Commissioners
l duc.fijf.rfDB jor.ti)<;.jtar; J ? l I' received, by the late arrival*.,:* I the above c'au-e are non residents of I the State i of THHE defendant and all t fiers interested are here-
fc t-forl the Court IJouse inJlicjjH "ffTall!".: tto r l loriua, they bein resirteoisoi! ; tile :t31e ol : make a full and ample report to this ,
ins; {property, or so much thereof as will pay' I he lRar:e I ia; Non h and Hast: : : : :i t tfteu"jiKuiciKBs! :: uVr 1t.1 is ordered by (Ihe said Court, nfl motion of Virginia.P. XV.1 : Court after said bale, of their proceedings iu thiThe 3 1. by notified of the commencement cf this suit,

Slate( and County Taxes due thereon f"r tht"ear. to the e-tate of Ilenj.imin ChaiieAlso ; .* : of good tjuality, loir for C.,*''im. White, Solicitor for the Complainants and the said: u.i..u. returnable to a Justices Court to be held at Tallaha -

45 J", to wit : the E: 4 fI!" SEt.: the XV : assortment of the follow Defendants are hereby directed and required lo 30- >Hee on the 1'.shday vt December next, and to ap-

Lot. Xo.. 0,1 0, II 1, 1 12inSec 2'''., T 1 1fllNai 1 d 4 of the S W 4, and the W i If( : l i ) !. ) geimir-*, vi/ : pear aid, answer the Complaint's! Bill of Complaint lamb lo which above ,decree! refer are "rn pear and plead to the same.
IS'., the XV i r,{ the X XV and the 1 as "The Arradondo! Grant," about Given under my hand and seal, this 27th by of
containing acres in cac-h lot, as rer'plat oJ 4, (th: : Rowati.J's Improved Tonic Mi\- by first Monday of April next, ( ls-JC 1.) or that: containing two
*.url ey by I IIT. Bl'>ckcr, County Surveyor, and sold 4 of Sec SO, Township 1 Ranee : of XVild Cherry I'randrelh'* in default thereof the Complainants! Hill be taken aj: hundred and ninety thousand acre*, consisting of November, A. D. ISIS.

for taxes dtieoii I31o acres cf landoldfon the I 17th( purporting to belong to the Union Cathartic, Camphor' confessed a 3in"1 tlm: (the said Defendant: tine Hammock Prairie and Pine Lands: entire JOHN H. RHODES, Constable.

January, l 4 S. \\n M. A. Long, Nmimovioner in afuit Also! lot Xo :'J of fractional < Dinnt-r I.tizeniges, Rnnpland'; And it is !lurlher Ordered, That a copy ofthis or- tract has been accurately s-uveyed and divided. December 2, IS-tS. 2uoIico' 3mJ

between XX'illiatn n ilev and Heniv. Gee a-/ainM t 1. South of lange 1 17, Ea; ,.t, laIn' i ) A R-rnedy.. LureniaCordial, der he published, weekly in one new"['aper in the after the manner cf the Public! Surveys, into ran2e..
H. K. Call and G. K. I River, purporting (10 belon St.ite of Floi ida 1 townships and tioni-plal' of which hUt bet .
Walk -r. ? ti S. I MoMimns' Elixir of 'Upium, I one in II.c.City of Washington, and. n I IX week after dare
I
J. w. SHERXX-OOD, Also, the S U'of Sec 1 I Tumor"* Fevr and Ague 1'ilN, one in the City of New York for the space of two I prepared and may b<; obtained at St. Augustin and 3 ble shall apply fo the Honora-
of
Tax. Assessor and Collector Leon Count South aud East, purporting to : ; > )' Billinus and Anli-Ivpcptir.) months from (Ihe insertion thereof' in each of said Jacksonville.This | letters Judge Probate of XVakulla county for
: of
administration
Ne.Tember 1 IS ISI Mills.! / I large body ofland, regarded the best 'in on the estate of John Grant,
l t, ->y"pl'l'llc Pills, Peters and: p3I'c'rs.-Thc object ofthis I suit is lo procure partition iI i- a* deceased.
---- XVILEV ..:.. i is Agent for S. P. Townsend'" : of the lands of John C. .\rmi"l at1. deceased all Florida, lies between the 1' lh and 30th parallel I DANIEL LADD.
Tax Sale. and Collator for I IVHIJ. and : of .latitude, nearly l midway between the New Port, Jan. 1, IS 19. 2
Colector's in uart bottles, at $1 1 per i ;; : sif.uJed in the State of Florida in whirh Atlantic

BV virtue of theauiliority verted in me by law, I October 21!. ISJS. 14 Lemon Syrup, picpared fro un I !the above naned,: Corapl.lin.infs and Defendants are ant the Julf, and is adapted, at once by climate and MILLER &

hate 111" day l"-\if
*ale, before the Court Ho\.e, in of Tall a- Notice.SIX than thai usually sold, London' NXV quarter, Sec. 31, '1'. 3, N. and W ; N. *!. .hort staple Cottons, Rice, Spanish Tobacco Arrow & Sale Stab1eI

ha.,ee, on the first Monday in June nt-xl.'the following tnontlj,. after quarter Sec :31, T. 3, R. 5, N. :and W ; f. half: N E Roof, Indigo, &c and swept over daily by the sea .

property or 89 much thereof as will I I pay the I Slatend ,e of Probate date for I shall 41 quarter' Se(. :31 T. :3 t, R. 5, N. and W ; E.; half S. W. breeze, is healthy beyond any portion of the South I -- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. _____ _

County Taxea due by the owners thereol for the for letters of dismi, .. the ; qtiattcrSec :;<>, T. 3, R. 5, N. and XV ; XV. hall S. country of the United tate.. Lying in the imme I suS-icnoers have moved to their
up fire-proof
J fa 1S4S, to wit : of ion a" :. ; New York. XV. qr. Sec. 30, T. 3. R. .'. N. and W; N. E. quarter diate neishborhoed of Lake Orange,between which ..L brick Stables and fake this inform
'LOll to
opportunity
Fjrijuhar Macrae -
Lot Xos. 19, and part of 175, an 1* 7( 0. P and : lateof ? PI), T. 3, U 3 J. N.and W ; S E quarter Sec. y. T'. 3, and the Ocklawahaw river, now navigable, a communication their (rienifa! and the public generally of th.

332, X. A. of Tallahasjce, belonging to Anderson Jell .\! ) R. 3, N. amid W ; N. \/. quartet Sec. l, T. 3. R. 3, may and will be made at moderate cot; an i fact. Being thankful (lor the liberal
patronage
P1r. non County, September'.i I, N. and W N. E eay and cheap; connt'ctionill) be established between they
; quarter( Sec. S, T. 3. I R. 3 n, N. and have heretofore received, they solicit a continuance
Lots. Xos. 81, 52, *3, SI, and 'i, X. A. of city! of XV ; XV. halt N. W. quarter) Sec. 10, T. 3, H. S, N. this region and the cities on the Atlantic ol the same, and pledge lhemelves to

Tallahassee, belonging to Chaile!F. Mercer.JAMES Bacon, Flour, ard XV; W. half Sec. 7, T. 1, R. 5. N. and coast, whil-t in the natuie of. thing*, a rail read for the accommodation ot those who spare no pains

W. SHEIiXVOOD) ;r CASKS CLEAR: HACON LINE OF PACKETS between E ; W. hall N. i:. quarter Sec. 7, T. I, R. 5, N and across( the Peninsula, and through this body of land, them. Their Stables are situated on may patronis

Tax Asoeusor and Collector for Leon Count,.. O 10 barrels Fliiir, St. Marks and Newport, will F.V.; half S. E.; quarter Sec. 7, T. 1, R. i. X. and will soon be e:established and become t the great commercial Square, in the most convenient of the Washington town and
part
_November Is. 1 iqs. i' IU I'otafocs, at the opening of the fall trade E; ... half N. I.;. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1. R. 5, N. and and social thorough fare between aid cities for comfort and convenience, they cannot bo,
i I ( t the entire' viz: I E E. hllfS. E. and Iho"e on the borders of the sur-
I ft Apple, year ; ijuaitcr Sec. 7, T. I, R. .>, N. and Gulph. pa-sedbvany Stables in the Southern
Tax Collector's Sale. I C kers Lat Laid, \, Jo'seln, Master, E.: -Said lands being in the counties of Gadsdenand! In view of delightful climate, of the fertility"of : November IS, 1S4S. 13 country.

BV virtue of the authority vested in me by 'law, I 2 X\feslern flutter, 'ft inn, do. Jelh'-r.-ori,, amounting'i to ISl'J!' and :2 3'J-IUO' acres. I the soil, of the rich and varied staples, most of

have this day leiied upon and will .xpo-e foru1. 2 harrels dried Peace ('II. Hosmer, do. Dated Jjiiuarv"' I Iu, IS tl.! which are confined to regions cf very limited extent UNITED STATES

le, before I Ihe Court House in I the city of Tallahassee Just received Schr. TlIl1aha'l Clark, do. (new,) THOMAS RALTZELL,Jud"e. which give character to the lands now offered

on the fut Monday in March next, the .followin by .per McNAU
land*, or so much thereof a will pay the Stale Newport, November 2", I8J3. in the most substantial man A true copt from I the minutes. domain otfers higher inducements for the investment

nd County taxes due thereon for the .tear 1JS, to trade, and are commanded I by Attest, I. R. HARRIS, C'Ik. Gadydcn Cir. Ct. of capital, or promises richer rewards to LEWIS &
wit : Notice. Captains. Freight and pa;- By R. C. Lester D.C. the industry of the poor man HANFORD,

In 1 N 1:1ancl 4 CSI F-1, See l:; XV S XV 4, .. \enl- January 13th, 1519, 2 An examination of these lands is earnestly invited I'oc. 253 & 25G Pearl Street,

Sec 14. al in T I H 2, N and E., 2-10 SIX rnonth after date, I shall ::, AUf.HSOCO... -and any information which theunJersig'ned can (Between Fulton-st and Burling Slip)
.containing !;; of Probate tor the 10 Beaver Lane: For will l he
cm belonging to the estate ol I Ha- street, New York. Sale give, promptly furnished on application to
jan, deceased, or the estate of II. W.Benjamin liraden, de. for letter* of dismission as .\ ; DEXHAM .1 E.IRC1f4VCE! either of t them. NEW YORK,

ceased, and the Union Hank of Florida. Mall.abc, d ccased. .\; & ORMOND: 1 'tr land known as the Overstrcrt The sale of these lands will be beeun at the time MATE OS HA.tD THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT

JAMES W. .\ New pot t. '. miles north of Tallahassee Tract 9 and place. and on the terms set forth in the degree CLOTIIIftGIN

Tax Assessor and CoteCtor! SHEHWOOT.CO\ltV. J..tr"ul'n County, September! !9, 12. 15-15.? 4 yule ro.td adjoining Gov. Branch's near nlanfsfi.m I the Thomas-, under which Ihe undersigned act. No money will THE

No."mhpr -:. .161.* faining 7 --- i "rn"- be received! other than such as will. hp fn-...>." nn. ..la- UNITED STATES.
J J' I. Marine or SOD acr s. Will be sold I I- : -- -- -- -' --
Insurance ( low and
Land ,
for Sal satisfactory lerrns lo one wi on posit by Ihe Bank of Charleston as equivalent to Adapted to the Southern and Southwestern Markets.In .
!hing to
LEWIS &AMES, A VALUABLE trart of land i il MY THE lutlher particulars apply to E Barnard purchase.Tallahassee For specie ; and it is suggested, that persons proposing

gale situated one mile East: 1 Insurance Company or DANIEL LADD to become puichaier*, will do well[ to make deposit the article ufSIHKTS

Ie.\LJUS: 1: Roads, in Jf'ftcholl County, and Jan. 13, IS 10. 2 New tf Port. in said Bank, and bring with them certificates: ol AM DRAWERS

DRUGS MImCIIS. PAINTS.! 01.C. the St. AtI;ju,tinc Road. The \ Jersey such deposits. XXV

Teilel Tcrfomrrf( &r'l \ acres, 75 of which iscleartd and \ \ .. Confectionery and Bakery. GEO. M. PAYNE. ALSO THE MOST keep LXTEKUVE an endless variety.

PALTIus': I3RrIi 11 AXI rOI.ORI. fence about one half hammock )-Chaitcred February, I IS IS. ri iiKINDON; would) inform his friends and J. CHILD, MANUFACTURES

Apothecaries' (.'Iti," VVirrt Ar pine land. It \atmd by XJ. the public generally. that he has hand XVM. A. FORWARD, OIL CLOTHING
on and
:above best walcrju the i on Merchan.li7p,Furnilurr December 0, 1'1'* 21 Commissioner
THE constantly on bsndaud 1urale at the spring Stale, -\ is i constantly manufacturing CANDIES of all kind- A4DCOYP.IIIH
market and in one mile of a good school Foctorics, and property gen such as : CO-K: liters ia whose papers above notice! or sale ) HATS

prce.I.EWIS &A HS. will be Bold cheap and on fl'a PEPPERMINT LEMON DROPS. of lands is required to be given will insert the same In the XX'orld.

-Tallahassee-- ",-Xovember- 20. l 1s47.- J' clear warianlee tillo will be given. CINNAMON, I.r: roCAXDY.. sale twice weekly in their respective papers till) day i>f Plain and Fashionable Clothing of all kind.
Persons : and forward their accounts to the Commissioner
wishing to
purchase XX'INTERGREEN -
:
LEWIS
BARLEY; & HANFORD
CANDY
Pure Sulphate of Quinine. Edwaid Paysnn N at St. Augustine, t the mouth ,
premises and informed of the ; York. HOARHOUND by of June, when .'va*. 252 Sf 253 Pearl
T IE subscribers have on hand two hundred and to J. F. Dewitt, or lo C. XV. ) Matthew Kudsdale, And various others, among them; several that are the said accounts will be paid. Decerrber23.1M9. 23 3m St.

fifty ounces of Sulphate of Quinine which: (they December 1C, 1SJS.I 22 J. S. Mcintyre, Brooklyn. useful fur colds and cough,and is prepared to manu

hare obtained! direct! from the manufacturers and To -- G. F. Power facture any, and all kind that may be ordered, both Wakulla Circuit Court.IN In Leon Circuit C ourt.

they will warrant it-to be a superior article. Turpentine wholesale and retail. CIIA\CERY.-mLl FOR RELIEF.

cines We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medi WE have on hand a supply of THOMPSON, PretiJetil. lie is al.! prepared) to carry on Baking in all its Henry II. Walker, Complainant, Thoustin Lutnpkin SPRING, Agent TERM for,))IS 19.
by recent arrival*, and arc for this business Secretary. branches, from the
orders prepared to execute which we plain Jjoaf of Jireati, to Ihe moil rs. Robert Lumpkin, \I Attacbmest.vs. '
.for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, MfXAUGHT exquisite Cake. and Pies. Panties and I the publiccan Joseph Delafield and Leis CurtisTrustees of the Debt OO.

on We the have most accommodating terms. Newport, November 1 18S49. that to state lo the cus alv*a*s accommodated by giving timely noticeat Apalachicola Land Company el al., Defendants. William' S. Carpenter. j j Damnagesl500.>
alto a few account jet due to ui for (he Company they recognize the Bakery and Confectionary/ Jeflerson/ to the
on street appearing satisfaction
of the defendant
Court and all
"Par 1847. States of the Union IT by TUG others interested will
They are generally in small amounts, Notice. opposite the Auction Room of Jl. If. Berry, Esq. affidavit made in this that notice *
but case, Delafield of the
if the whole could be paid *,) in case of difference, and Tallahassee Joseph i institution ot the abve suit
shortly, it would go lIE subscriber Dec. 11). I ISIS. 22 and Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid and by attachment and
far towards liquidating ceitaiu sums which J having 'taken out instructed to conform to the Louis appear and plead to the declaration -
LEWIS we 0\\e. iktiation on the estate of Jo! [ : Companies in (the settle In Leon McLanc. Charles Augustus Davis, and George Gris- filed in this case within the lirce pre cnbtd bj
& A nS.: Circuit Court.
-\priI2J. 1S.J' 41 of XVakulla County deceased, wold, reside out of the State of Florida, and beyond law. H. N. GRAY

to all persons har.ng: claims been appointed Agents by James Oatcs Compt., ) In Chancery. the jurisdiction of this Court but in the United Attorney for Plaintiff.

Thomas Jeff. Heir present I hem to me, or to ( Tallahassee and its vicinitv. vs. V December, 1S4S. States : It is Ordered, That thc said Joseph Dela- December, ISIS. 21$ 3ai

ATTORNEY County, my authorized agent, LEWIS & AMES. Rebecca F. Gates, Def. ) Bill for Divorce. field and Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid and

AND COUXSCLLOR AT LAW, perly authenticated agreeable to ; 4 f>m IT appearing to (the satisfaction of the Court by ; Louis McLane, Charles Augustus Davis, and George Circuit Court, Monroe County.

WILL practice in the Ciiciit Court in each bebarred of recoveiy ; and all per. in this case,that ebecca Frances Oates, Griswolddo appear and plead, answer or demur to A. Darelli
of the Middle Circ'Jit and in the Su. please to make pa merit Potatoes. the said defendant resides beyond the jurisdiction of said bill of complaint, or the said bill be taken for Joseph ) In Attafhment.

T prcme all Court and United States District CCiurt a OLIVE: BVRD, GENESSEE FLOUR (this Court and out of the State of Florida, but in confessed against them : Provided, That publication Francisco vs.N. tie Eulo. j' Debt 'SO0O
,
ha )
a t."Ct. Sopchoppy, December 23 I the State of Alabama It is of this order be made in
IS.JS. do do : ordered that t the said some newspaper printed in
Monticello THin defendant, and alt others interested, aro
January 2S, 1S4S. 29 The Plantation belonging to fc Louis; Flour, Rebecca Frances Oatca, do appearand plead answer the city Tallahassee once a week for the period! of JL hereby lolified of the commencement of tb.
rented for the ensuin: For Potatoes. or demur to the said Bill of Complaint the four months. Done in open Court, Dec. 5th
Medical yurt For sale by) or said IS IS. above suit by attachment in the Circuit Court of
Notice. above. Bill will be taken pro confciso against the i A tiuc copy from the record.
H. n. WIRT, M. P. JOHN DEMI \\. fendant. ( said! de- 1 Monroe County, returnable to the next terra of said
CAL -i. 1949. Provided that the publication of thi GEORGE L BRYANT Clerk.
D. 2. ,
20 order Court and ami
US.VJUT associated are hereby required to plead
&
CALL have be December appear
U.emselV. '. Notice. made in some newspaper printed in Tallahas 9, 18-13. 21 4m to the same. JOSEPH A. BARELLI.
Jwin the practice of Medicine, see, once a week for the
Surgery fcc and Harness period of four months.
creditors/
olfer their rnicci to the public. ALL legatees' and THOMAS By hid Agent, W. II. WALL.

Office over Drug Store, Montjcello, Florida 1 in the estate of I of second hand double bar- William P. Duval BALTZELL, Judge. Shingles for Sale. Key West, December 10, [30] 1&1S. 24 Cm
Cympt'sSolicitor.
ceased, ate hereby noli fad (hat ap. SHINGLES for sale
August 5.1843. 3 A true 5 000 22 inches long,
ly mands copy. D. MCHANEY Clerk.
will be barred at the J. R. FORTUNE, Agent. of the very best quality. Apply to Notice.
from thy granting of letter of By J. B. Keen D. C. January 6, 1SW. 1 J. R. FORTUNE
DR. J. s. BOND ( Dec. ISlh, 1848. 2 Agent. ALL persons having demands against tbt estaU
undersigned
unless the
OT.: ''V* ProfeM'on' l Cervices to the citizens the said two, t t. the same are for Sale. Robert Fisher, deceased, are hereby notified

Tullahsssee and the surrounding country. years WAGON with top and Sea Island Bagging. Gunny Cloth. to present them without delay to the undersigned,

Office at C l. Filbert IIt4I. ROBERT WILLIAM ; tale by A SMALL LOT for sale A SMALL supply, EXTRA HEAVY, daily exxi. and all persons indebted to said estate will make i ior-

Jliy29J8l7. 44 tf December iO. 1S48. 21 Sur r J. R, 1'OflTUN r. Agent. A MeNAUGHT by & OR5IOND. pccted, for sale. by & ORMOND. I IMcNAUGIIT mediate payment. ROBERT WILLIAM W.E.FISHER FISHER,,

Newport, Novesiber IS, ISIS. IS New port, November IS, 1S45. 19 December 30, IS 1?. 21 Sw Adminilr*t.ri.1.'II1 .