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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 17, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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.)
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BY MAXWELL & HILTON. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1819. VOLUME I NUMBER 7.- %;

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THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL 'I I ral grasses of the country, as they hare done From an English Paper.IN .' rJQea.Jj6ining coast of France If we have no SATURDAY AFTERNOON. GOING THE \VIOL k i

IS fCBIJiHED EVERT SATURDAY. and trill do in the middle portions of Oregon. PRAISE OF THE GOOD OLD_ PLOUGH.Let ,mono destiny.nor .civilizations to accomplish .r :r. r. WILLIS. 10G.

--- Wheat corn, oats,potatoes, peas, garden vrg- them sing who may of the tattle fray, sAnd soon, in.the. way of teaching Mexico or the love to look on a scene like this, There is a game at much in rogue in
TERMS : etables, and fruits, produce well in that portion Ihe dtedslhat have long since put ; Camanchrs propriety and at the Of wild and careless play the South and West car* poker," and the ,
THREE TOLX.AKI) per annum if paid in advance of the country. Coal :and lead ore has Let them chant in praise of the ta.rwbosed.s of the it is to Christianity be hoped some of And persuade myself lht I am not old, manner in which it I is played is therefore pretly rs I
THREE AD A HALF, if paid within six monthi. been discovered Are spent on the ocean vast; pint baye And my locks are ,e ra
FOCR DOLLARI, if not paid until the end of(the jear. there and water power for I would render to these all the worship you please pur be devoted to this ob. For it stirs the blood in th gay man's bert, wel known. It is its fair as any game of
will be adhered lo, and manufacturing purposes is abundant. The I would honor them even now, ject. And makes bit pulse i if honestly plytd but when a sharper
frj-These will teems be discontinued rigidly until all! e treasure middle and eastern portions of Oregon have But [I'd give far more from my heart's full store, : To catch the thri of a happy voice, sets down with. not an ho '
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,no aid paper unless at the option 01( the publishers. Sub. been grossly misrepresented in the Statel.Ve .- To the cause of the Good Old Plough. A SHERIFF IN LOVE. And the lgbt a pleasant eye.I will skin him like an eel. It is I"expr
cribers will be received for three months at One \ are not aware that grains have been Let them land the notes, that in music floats hare walked the world lor four score years, fact that there are a certain class of blacklegs
Dullar-fix months at $1 30. Every order for the grown in the eastern portion of Oregon, ex Through their bright and their glittering halls; Court was in session, and amid the multipliciiy And they say that I am old, who do else travel and down ,
paper out of this county must be accompanied with While the amorous twirl of the hair's bright curl of And my heart is ripe for the reaper Death, nothing bU up
the cash, unless" the order comes through any of our eept at Fort Colville and vicinity ; yet, from Round the shoulder of Beauty falls ; hu.ines which crowded upon him My form for hi;sickle cold. our Western waters' on the look oa for vietims. '
regularly authorized agents in the Statt. the wild rye, flax, and other products which But dearer to me is the song from the tree, in term-time, he stopped at the store ofa beau. I I very true-it i is very true- They know the papers" like a book '
abound in its valleys, we believe that grains, And the rich and the blossoming, bough ; tiful widow, on the sunny aide of thirty, who I'm old, and' I bide my time,* and can pluck a pigeon in the adroit 1
ADVERTISEMENTSinserted > vegetables and fruits may be cultivated there Oh these are the avrecU' which the rustic greetsAs by the way had often bestowed melting glances But my h.'art will leap at a scene like tliii, manner. We recently gave a mos ofa

Will\ tH! lit I the rate of One Dollar per square with success. Eastern Oregon is also valua- he follows the Good Old Plough.: upon the sheriff aforesaid. He was ad. And I half; renew my prime. party of these harpies which was taken from i,

*f twelve! lines for the first,and fifty cents for each taamequent for its grasses, and we venture the assertion Then how jocund the song: as it comes along milted, and soon the widow appeared ; the Play on play on I am with you there; talc The l last case we have heard of is too
insertion. A reasonable deductionrill believing that time will show its truth, From the Ploughman's lusty throat ; confusion and delight which tho arrival of her In the midst of jour merry ring, good to be lost, and we cannot but admireIhe f
be made on lrgal notices, estate notice,yearly Did the hunter's shout ever jet give out I can feel the thrill of the daring jump, ; ,
I notices without alteration, by persons havingregular that it contains more and better grazing lands To the brown woods a merrier note ? visitor had occationed, set off to a greater advantage And rush of the breathless swing t coolness, indifference, or stoicism at"; t
accounts with the office I than all New England. If Nature's freaks Tho' he follows no hound, yet his day is crowned than usual the captivating charms of 1 hide with you in the fragrant hay, sufferer. After his last we
AU announcements of candidates for office FIVE and frowns appear there, her pleasantries and With a triumph a* good, I trove' the widow M. Her cheeks bore the beauti. And I whoop the smothering call, harpers had better Irip or they
DOLLARS-invariably in advance. No attention I smiles there also. Perhaps the beauty As though antlered head at his feet lay dead. ful, blended tints of the apple blossom-her And my feet slip up on Ihe ready floor. themselves. out" may
will be paid to any order for announcement,unlessaccompanied appear Instead of the Good Old Plough. And I care not for the fall.I get picked up .
with the cash. I' grandeur and sublimity of the works of nature lp resembled rosebuds upon which the morn A short time
since the '
Full many there be that we daily see dew am willing lo die; when my time shall come ; among motley
i lingered and her like .
All religious marriage, and obituary notices pub. I are nowhere more unfathomable than in yet eyes were crowd colle. ted
With a selfish and hollow pride And I shall be glad to on board one of the rivefKteamboatft -'
!;shed gratuitously but editorial notices for pri the the quivers of the of love and go
; of Cupid
eastern portion Oregon. The mineral glances
Whom the ploughman's lot, in his humble cot, For the world at best is a weary place. a bound down
vate benefit, will be charged as advertisements. springs of Bear river, with its pure and invigorating With a scornful look deride ; tenderness with which they were filled, resembled And my pulse is getting low : with a lot of hogs"a, seteral countryman 1 hundred in number ; '
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climate, is destined to become the Yet I'd rather take, aye a hearty shake arrows, that only wailed for a fine But the grave i U:dark, ant the heart will foil which he bringing down
JOB WORK.W. was to the New Or.
waterin .place of the world. From his. hand than to wealth I'd bow ; beau, (pardon the pun,) to do full execution. In treading its gloomy way ;
great
art well prepared to execute Job Work, such For the honest grasp of that hand's rough clasp After And it wiles my heart of its dreariness, h lens market. He paid his passage at thA '
a* bills,card", blanks, pamphlets, &.C., with neat. Oregon is not only valuable for its soil and Hath stood by the Good Old Plough. a few commonplace remarks, .Mad. To see the young so gay.< Mart, laid in a stock of fodder, and had but
nets and deipatch. All work of this description, grassess, but also for its climate, limber, and am, said the matter-offact sheriff I hut left
All honor be then these just enough to 0 the
to old money on
except for persons having yearly accounts with fisheries, and for i its: location upon the Pacific. When last gray men, an attachment for you." HORACE GREELEY.Some He had been JIUor"
at they are bowed with toil route. not on
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the office, must be paid for on delivery. There in the States A deep blush mantled the cheeks of the fair many i
s____ ._, __ __ ___ are many: intelligent men Their warfare then o'er why they battle no more hours before he was seated at table with threo i
From the Oregon Spectator. 0 who believe that Oregon has from five to six For the>,'ve conquered the stubborn soil. widow-with downcrst eyes, whose glanceswere writer has lately described the Editor other gentlemen playing poker. Understand.
months of incessant rain, and about as many And the chaplet each wears are his silver hairs, centered upon her beautiful feel, half .. of the w.York Tribune, and membrrothe f .
as it has been Represented, : the well he fancied
Oregon ing it
And ne'er lull the \fetor's brow game pretty was
and as it Is. months of drought in the year. We have concealed. by her flowing drapery, gently pat. present Congress, in the following terms : 1
With a hu elled crown to the crave go down as easy as rasing hogs to take the bristles right i
From all the information we were enabled passed: a winter, but not a summer in Oregon Like these! sons of the Good Old Plough. ting the moor, she with equal candor replied : "HORACE GRKF.LKV was born at Amherst, I' straight out of Ms '
to obtain before emigration to this country, we It is said: here, (that last summer was unusually I Sir, the attachment is reciprocal." New-Hamphire, February 3d, 181. and is.. he held companions fine hands,especially and the first a*
arrived at the conclusion that the lower portion dry. We arrived in the Willamette Valleyon Florida-It Agricultural Capability. Fur some time the sheriff maintained an as. the oldest of five children now living. His day raked down quite a pile of ** rocks." y
of the country ( he portion between the the 15th of September, some time before In the last number of the New YOlk Ag tonished silence-at last he said- father and mother, who stilln'ivf were na His porkers at night claimed his attention- t

Cascade and Coast !Mountains) possessed a the commencement of the rainy season : and riculturist (one of the best monthlies on ourezchange .Madam, wi you proceed to court ?" lives of New-Hampshire, belonged to and be left the table. Now the
rich soil, with a surface generally level and when we arrived the soil and vegetation -list! ,) we find the following interesting I Proceed court 1" replied the lady with families long resident there. In 1820 his fa. having before been the water hogs, never

conveniently diversified with p.airie and tim showd less suffering from drought than we have t sketch of the new and growing State of a merry laugh, then shaking her beautiful (her removed Westbaven, Vermont, near not at all reconciled to upon their position aboard, were

ber ; that the middle portion of the country frequently seen in the States. The wheat f Florida, but recently admitted into the "area I head she added : Lake Champlain, and, with his sons, was engaged and up such terrible squealing and

(between the Cascade and Blue Mountains) crop of the last reason was unusually small, of freedom:" i "No, though 'tis leap year, I would not in clearing land for a farm upon con. grunting kept and cavorting f about, that i

possessed considerable, though not extraordinary the cause of which is attributed here, to lack This Slate the writer observes, differs in j: take advantage of the license therein grantedto tract. Here he remained for six years-Horace 'I anyone could get a wink of sleep.scarcely TheI .

advantages, and that the eastern portionof of the usu-il spring rains ; yet sufficient was many respects. from any within the American my sex, and therefore greatly prefer that being employed either in assisting in the i I complaints next morning at the breakfast ta '.
the country (between the Blue and Rocky produced, to supply the greatly increased population Union. Situated at the extreme southern you shnuld 44 proceed to court." saw.mi, or upon the farm, which his father ble were loud and deep, and
Mountains) was of little or no value. We of the country with bread, and seed I point of! our national domain, surrounded on But madam, the Justice is waiting." upon shares. During this time be en. .1 the hog*. The man said every" he one did'nt was f l
bad tired in New England, and in the Western I for sowing-all of which; was full and (perfect. three aides by the Atlantic and the salt waters Let him wait ; I am not disposed to hurry joyed no advantages of education superior to cursing hear them did'nt disturb his the f,.
Slates, and bad expected to find Oregon aNew The last season's crop of oats, potatoes, corn, !Iso of the gulf it enjoys a climate peculiar to it. I mailers in s',sch an unbecoming manner ; the common-school of the day, (and then they were qufet; they a set of hogs as rest he; /

England-increased: in the size and ( tar as it was planted,) vegetables;; and self. Here several of the tropical fruits, the I and beside: sir, when the ceremony is performed were literally more common than now in fa. I and people a sliould'nt be so consarned ever sec.,

grandeur of its mountains, trres, and stream, fruits, though not heavy, was sufficient for the orange, the olive, the sugar cane, and the vine, I I wish you to understand that I prefer cities of education) and, in fact, he has never I I ler when they travelled into steamboat.partlcI "
and increased also. in the extent ousts valleys, wants of the country. These facts should flourish in unstinted prodigaljty. Melons, the I a minister to a Justice of the Peace." I this day, attended an)other than a dis | The breakfast table cleared D the hog ,.
away 4
and temperate in its climate. Oregon as a satisfy any man that the droughts Oregon sweet potato, the yatr, and arrow root, luxuriate 44 Madam," said he, rising from his chair trict school. His evenings were devoted to dealer was again seated and deeply intent on
whole, far, very far, surpasses: our expectations. are more terrible in name than in fact. It ; in this fruitful soil and genial clime, with sdemn dignity, "there has been a great reading and study, the means for which were j poker. The hogs were fighting, .
The Willamette valley does not contain as seldom snows in this valley. In Decemberlast throughout a large portion of the year.. Here mistake here : my language has been misunderstood : often furnished by his neighbors, when his own and raising the very 1 below grunting and
much Il'elland as we had expected ; but its we saw ice about three fourths of an inch too, the sugar cane attains a maturity and I ; the attachment of which I speakwas limited resources failed. In those long winter i no one could read dei with deck degree of
soil is as rich, and its tillable land much more thick on dead water in small: shallow pools- richness nu where equalled in the United' issued from the office of Esquire C-; evenings he laid the foundation of a prosperity I comfort. Still their owner played any on perfectly
extensive than we had expected to find it.- the result ofthree cold days and nights.; During States. commanding me instantly to bring you before which, emanating entirely from strict unconcerned. The captain was told it

Nearly all the American settlements in Ore the greater part of last winter there: were There is a body of rich, allu'ialland lyingon him, to answer to contempt of Court, in diaobeying self culture, has seldom been equalled and I was too bad, indeed was, and he had no bu.. y
gon are confined to the Wilarnette Valley and no frosts here. That which is here denominated this and the contiguous; waters, a part of a subpoena in the case of Smith vs. never excelled by that ofany young man similarly siness to hare any pigs i put their feet aboard
ret much choice land: between. Pugent the rainy) season" commenced on the which, at least, is underlaid with marl, that Jane?." circumstanced. What a lesson to the unless they were soused.R
Sjund and the head waters of this river re. 1st November, and ends on the 1st of March f produces the cane in great luxuriance and We drop the curtain. youth of America is presented in the picture of
tin untaken. The -four months. Between the last day of October his struggles later trials and At length fortune, who had been smirkingand ; "
m degrees fertility of any 'full maturity. [It t here tassels and flowers, and early subsequent
soil may be safely estimated from its products 1847, and the ht day of March, 1849, ripens almost to the top, and is scarcely ever TALE OF THE GOLD M. IA. Iriumphs What a victory of mind over acci. smiling upon the hog dealer, laughe on
The ordinary forest trees not only grow, hereIn in this valley, there were seventy-slx clear touched by fro>t. The planter may here busy The inimitable comic actor Dan Marble, dent of birth, what a complete prostration of f the other aide of her mouth. began lo
gigantic proportions-the b ack alder in days fourteen days on hich it rained, hailed : himself with other mutters: until his crop is gives the editor of the Albany Atlas the benefit bodily difficulties, by the genius of mental en. lose, and though holding powerful fine bands, '

O.egoun grows to a stately' tree fit fur saw!logs, or snowed all day, and thirty days on which it fully ripe, before commencing to cut and grind; I I: of the following capital story relative to the dowment On the 19th of April 1327 he I his adversaries" alway* out-spotted him.-. '
from two to three feet in'diameter. To doubt i was neither clear nor rtormy all day. Those and when ready fur the mill, he may jog along II.I California gold mania, over which the reader entered, as an apprentice, the printing-offc e HU pile" felin, had to borrow the
that such a soil would richly reward the labor of our citizens who have passed the winter in leisurely relying with almost entire security, can shake his sides at his leisure. The .\ of the Northern Spectator, at East PuultnryRutland price of a hog ; he put up (the money and lost.

of the husbandman, is treason against the Architect the middle portion of Oregon, represented the that frost will not curtail him of half a fourth, las says- County, Vermont. Here he remain Again he borrowed, bet and again lost. A .
of Nature. This valley) has received climate there as beautifully mild and pleasant, or any part of his crop. This is a great and Marble was in Boston the other day, and ed till the paper was discontinued, in June tbir time and he was certain of winning ,
favorable representations from nearly all who with scarcely a rainy day during the winter. decided advantage, which planters here enjoy strolling along the wharves, when he met a 1830. His relatives, in the meantime, had yet ** he lost again, and "a he did so exclaim

have seen it, and spoken or written in relation The immense growth and quantity of the over their neighbors of Louisiana ; and will' (all, gaunt.looking figure, whose sunburn t removed Wayne, Erie Coun'y, Pennsylvania ed, Another hog gone. He grew desperate -

to it. The land in this valley, for forty miles timber of Oregon, we believe is generally ad. enable them, in a measure, lo make "a comparatively I countenance and tattered pirti-colored garments and, on leaving East Poultney, he followed and" would "go ihs whole hog" for an
from its foot, is generally)) rolling, and covered milled. The limber is valuable so far as it is secure' business here, of what is not I originally of the most outlandish fashion them. There he remained about one "ante ; but fortun le deserted Lim, and the j..
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with dense or scattering timber ; above this needed for home consumption and so far as it there a very hazardous one.- I J Junfrequently | had that picturesqueness about them, de. year, working in the different printing-offices despairing cry of* another bog would ring

distance, to the head of the valley, about one is profitable for exportation. There are eigh- More than three hogsheads per acre, have.i!I rived only from Jong-continued exposure to the ofLodi, Jamestown and, we believe, Fredonia. through the cabin far above the chorus ofaq'ieas
hundred and forty miles, the prairie predomi- teen saw mills in operatien in Oregon and a been made some seasons where one had not j atmosphere I which t fancy sketclr delight to He was then known to fame only as flaxen, which seemed to be a frantic wail on ,

nates. The lower portion of the valley pos. greater number nearly ready for operation, been saved on the Mississippi. The cane : present on canvass. haired lourneyman-printer, not particularly) the par of the four footed passengers for their I Iowner.
Bosses an extremely rich soil, and is valuable and yet lumber is worth 820 per thousand in starts earlier in t.e! season, than elsewhere, I Dan, who never permits the lack of an in. promising in talent, or likely ever to create I misfortunes. At length he held n .,

lot its timber, fish, and waterpower ; but prevents I currency. The Oregon lumber is shipped lo grows more rapidly and uniform, and is eel reduction( to interfere with his desires to forman much ofa sensation in the world. In August, I II j hand th:1 he thought could'nt be beat, and
but little natural beauty. The middle California and tiieSandwhich Islands and its dom checked by frost or severe weather.- acquaintance, hailed: the stranger- 1831, he lefYayne for the city ofNew.York. {I: ascertaining by a calculation how many bogs
and upper portion of the valley is strikingly value'! for ship tent controls !ts price at home. II These advantages, and the further ones, of 1 lalo my friend, where are you from ?' where thought he might procure stead y 1 j'i 1 he had left, len the"lot, saying /*//go the r .

I beautiful and grand, and to its great beauty That: the rivers of Oregon abound with the prolonged growth and security against loss b y Californy, stranger.' work, and has ever since resided in the later i balance if the hogs, the sweat standing on ;

j and grandeur, is added already a sensible preparation choicest fish, we believe also is generally admilled. freezing, give an important, indeed preeminent 4 Ah, indeed then you can tell us whether place. For the first year and a half he labored | his brow"in large globules. What are you I .
j by nature for its settlement and pro Several hundred barrels of salmon adrantage to the comparatively limited it's all true( about that gold ?l' somewhat anx.iously in !a printing-offce as a journeyman, I betting! said the clerk" coming up to his '

i titable occupation: t by the weary tra'eller.1 .- are annually packed there ; as many thou sugar interest of Florida. The cultivation of: interrogated Dan. most of the time, we believe, in a job-office, j I side. "Every hog, exclaimed the poker
i 1 The lower portion of this valley is not without I t sand barrels might be packed annually. !! this crop has but recently commenced, but its I 4 Trew as you 1f, and a darned sight more! which then stood just' above the corner of Duane i player, seriously. He war called and beaten.He .

: its prairies, among the most important of whichare The day is not? far distant when people re. success: already, will soon secure (the full improvement I.I -for no man of Calerforny raly does in Chatham-street. Many interesting I rose from the table without saying a word
the Tualatin plains. These plains are in siding upon the Atlantic coast will be engaged of so much of the adjoining territory live.' anecdotes[ are related of him during those f took a big horn of whiskey at the bar and ,r

the form of half in the and business I I Then did back ?l' turned in. Some demon seemed to have possessed .( ;
a moon, containing at least t fishing lumbering upon as is suited to it. why you come eventful eighteen months, not the least amusing
40,000 acres of prairie {land, extremely rich the Pacific.; Lumber is fast disappearing on I Besides the crops hitherto receiving atten- I,f Back why to get my family. Fact is, of which is relative to his first suit of those hogs that night-they dashed abut

and beautiful, and in full view of three snow the Atlantic. The fisheries are becoming lion, there are many which might be introduced .i stranger, a man there gets so powerful rich clothes bought in the city. He exhibited his and fought and squealed as never hogs squeal I ? .
capped mountains in the Cascade range. barren there. Whale fiOiing is almost ex. I with decided advantage. Among these that he becomes covetous of himself and el"t I extraordinary taste for coats of most outland ed before.

The country about Pugent Sound is extremely clusively confined to the Pacific. The present may be named the indigo,the tea plant, and he aint very keerful, wi cut his own throat t to ish cuts, tests of singular proportions and col The next morning the hog dealer sat down Y
J beautiful ; its soil gravelly and produces work of whale fishing is performed at a I the Ma, or Chinese hemp. rob himself The of all evil, you know ors, and inexpressibles of most reprehensible at table with the rest, f tor he was bound i

vegetables in great profusion, but is less suited great distance from home. That fanner who I I find here many among the planters possessing a lIe too much of it, and I left fora longitude, by purchasing, cheap for cash, a decided have his .swill" as it ''a.paid for, and whilo!
to the growth of wheat than most parts of Ore. :gee ten miles from home to work his farm, I the right kind of spirit and character, t to while-partly on that account.' homespun, adorned with bright brass all were busily! engaged in devouring their .I. >
gon. The Cowlitz country (between the cannot farm as profitably as he who !lives upon I insure the 'fullest succeasin whatever they 4 Ob, you did, eh ?l' buttons and fixings," which served to render morning repast,called out from halfway down l'
sound and the Columbia) is interspersed with his farm. Those who control the whaled I undertake. They are men, equally reedy may for Yes-and, between you and me, that'sthe him the observed of al{ observers. From thattime the table, "I say, cap'n, cap'n I did'ut sleep "

mall rich prairies, productive in grains an fishing interest may continue to reside uponthe I planting a cane, or cotton field, a catamount t only way a man can die in that blessedland. be was universally dubbed, by his felow. a wink last night. 1. f
vegetables, and, from recent be. Atlantic ; but the operators will reside .' Sorry said the wbat
explorations, hunt, administering a bolus, or dissecting ,I workmen, an oddity of the first i captain,I
lured to bo rich in minerals. This portion upon the Pacific to collect and store. i i I knife to a patient, take up the forensic cudgels 1 Healthy climate, I suppose ?' 1833, he commenced the publication of a daily was the trouble ?I" I 1

(If the country is but little settled. When the collecting and carrying branchesof I I at the bar, or draw a crowd of willing listeners I Health !-it aint anything else. Why, newspaper for another person, but the pro. 0 Why, them blasted critters on the bier ; ,

The country about the mouth of the Columbia the whale-fshing interest shall be separated at a barbacue, or stump speech, where apolitical Mranger, you can choose there any cimate I jcct soon afterwards failed, and, in March, deck !" r I
river has increased its population about t that business may be reduced to systemand adversary is to be flayed. You must ,I you like-hot or cold-and that wlbout rev 1934, he established the \ .Yorker,a weekly The bogs ?" asked thn n. ;
one-half Irom the last immigration. Clatlopplain certainty, but not before. That the Pae know, about one half the leading characters' ellin' more'n fifteen minutes. Jes' think o' paper of some celebrity and considerable '. Yes, consarrt their souls cap tell you what

situate upon the Pacific, south of th cific will soon become the seat of active and. of the south are M. D.'s, and the other half L. 'I that the next col mornin' when you get out o' ability. This &an undertaking of great it is cap'n, I like you frs rate, coz you're a I

mouth of Columbia river, possesses a gravelly profitable commercial operations none can I D.'s-not lazy dogs, but driving lawyers, most I bed. '!' a mountain there-ihe Sawyer magnitude, for he was almost without friends gentleman, and sets a nrs rate table ; and I +
soil, extremely productive of vegetables, but doubt ; the capital of Oregon to be invested of whom hold some domestic military rank; Navayday)', they call it-wilh a valley each or acquaintances, and dependent upon chance like your boat,coz she's a good one, but I can
J less productive of wheat. These plans, and in these operations, furnished by Nature, i is ranging from Major to General. What they II fide of it-the one hot and the other( cold.- for success. This paper was published for jest tell you one thing, TU be shot if 1 crtr 1

others similar, lying north of the river, as yet immense, beyond computation. have ever found to command in this land of' Well, git on the top of that mountain with a about seven years, with but moderate success, trart! 0 a boat again that's got hogs aboard." ?

unsettled Lave been formed by sand thrownup ---- extremes, in the way of rank and file, it is impossible double-barrelled gun, and you can, without although its circulation, at one time, reached "
by the waves of the ocean, and enriched I by MVJial makes Marriages Uunhal'pyo-Let i it t to discover, where a small part of the morin', kill either summer or winter game, about nine thousand copies. On the 18th of r Wonderful" true.-Mr. Henry M.Faina, i.
be remembered
the decay of vegetation. The soil of the of that marriage is the metempsychosis population i is somebody, and all the remain jest a you will.' April, 1841, he, in connection with THOMASMcEtHATH of Worcester i Massachusetts, informs the {
timbered land in the vicinity of these plains i is woman ; that it turns them into der nobody. Such is the plethora of military 4 What !-have you ever tried it ?' a lawyer of considerable talent, Scientific American" that be discovered ,
similar to the soil of this valley, and undoubted. different fore. creatures 'from what they were be. dignities here, that at a large convivial meet 'Tried it often-and should have done established the Daily Tribune. Mr. GBEE- a plan of generating light, bj mechanical ,
Liveliness
in the have been
J Jj will prove to be richly productive of grainsand mistaken for girl the may little vivacity ing, where the last orator in closing, called on pretty well, but for one thing. LEeS height, when erect, is t five feet eleven ; action,"from water and lime I Mr. Paine says: iJ,
fruits as well at t-egetables.rhe good temper; pert the General for a toast, every mother's son of 4 Well what was when stooping, about five feet six. His per I have continued the experiment at intervals* I
Clamet Rogues, and Umpqua valleys / last which at first is attractively paovoking, the audience rose at once on his feet to respond 'I wanted a dog (that woul stand both cli pendicular average may be safely stated at and I am now enabled to announce a success :

(riven emptying into the Pacific) are as yet l at provokes of without its attractiveness ; I to the challenge in right of his title.- mates. The last dog I froz off his tai 1 five feet nine. And as he comes rolling up ful result. I have produced a light equal in ,
order and
negligence of duties
propriety, 1
unexplored and unknown. The Southern and civilities ; But maugre the stern character of their Mill while pintin on the summer side. Nassau-street, his hat poised on the bump of intensity to that of four thosn gas burners \

road to Oregon crosses these valleys high up, to be,tolerable long endured when, often children deprecated, tar) cognomens, they are as mild !and placableas He didn't sit entirely out o' the winter side, concentrativeness, a marked in Fowler's of the largest4' bat's ne' pattern, with an 1 iI

and, from information we have obtained, we cease in of the : grow a May morning, and ProvideJYou come to you see. Trew as you live!' 'chart,' his neckcloth awry, his while coat apparatus occupying four square feet of room, I i

I believe they are second to no portion of Oregon often up happens danger that if following example.in the It them in the gentle garb of peace, you are sure Marble sloped. flying behind, like the steamer ofa man.or at a cost of one mill per hour, the current ofelectricity :
a man, unhappy
; of good cheer, and a hearty welcome to all 1 war, his hands filled with most plebian peanuts being slotted by the action of ma. ;
We regard the middle portion Oregon as marrieJ state, were to disclose the manifold l the sweet charities of southern hospitality.Mr. The Bible.-It is said that in 1604-, accor. whose shells fall thickly around, like the chinery wound up with a common lock key, w <
one of the most valuable portions of the worldprobable causes of his uneasiness, they would be found Westcotl, the present senator from ding to the best estimate that can b obtained, fruits of an incessant bombardment, his whole! and the only materials! consumed are water 0
:
by those who arc beyond their influence to be there were in existence only ;000OOO :
with denunciations of dime and lime '
the most valuable for the purposes of Florida, has recently brought together the speech caustic oc- I'' '
grazing. It is a great paslurejield, extending j of such a nature as rather lo excite derision lending projects and means for draining the' copies.of the Bble. Now there are racy and redolent of rebuke of radicals beseems 4I am notoengaged in making an "
Bible
than In 1604 the bad appara-
The of bitterness do than 30,000,000. ,
snore than 400 miles north and south andover I sympathy. waters swamps of that peninsula. Millions of acres I a sort of municipal s Diogenes let roe (lug for public exhibition, which will he i
com +
not fall bis head in but been published in 48 or 49 languagesin f
on cataract only ;
a through his tub to awhile in the crowd the
a hundred miles east and west, contain that are now covered with water throughout from sport pleted this winter and all its submitted '
,
;
cullender it existed in 136. In 1804 it parts .
a ; one, however, like the vases of 1848, wasaccessible '"
ing more than 4,000,000 acres of land, almost (be the Everglades of Florida cynosure neighboring eyes. to public :
the Dauaides for year and the in languages spoken by 200,000. inspection, etteptthe inferior of ihe .
perforated only replenish t
every where covered with a thick carpet of adjoining swamps, are easily susceptible of This I shall exhibit '.
it existed in generator. apparatus 11
in 1947
mcnt. We know scarcely the vestibule off a 000 of men ; tongue remarkable that .
It is 3,306 emigrants
nutritious grass. The climate of the lower drainage and capable of contributing their unsurpassed last a fae one yean at the termination of which I will
house of which have 600,000,000. Duringthe .
we fancy we penetratedinto spoken year who arrived New York [ and
portion ol Oregon is good, but the climate 0 fertility to the production ofnumerous the British at on Saturday make public the mechanism of the '
issued
?
all the 1,419.83 were by 1 I
We know how copies
Its middle corner not gre- Sunday in American vessels, lost only of eneror. 1 1
portion is better. If the grazing tropical and other desirable fruits and te .
,viously) man have suffered, long before and Foreign Bible Societies aloue-400.000 the while ( .
lands may their companions during
of
New voyage ;
New York Pennylvania These lie in basin
England no.* a
a and Ohio the calumnies of the world befell him, as lie crops. onl'leper.ated more than in any year before except in 1845.FonteneUc1 3,783' who arrived in British! vessels duringthe VIBGISIA CO-L-In a speech lately made J "
after the the
are valuable ex. from ocean waters (which are sufficiently in the Virginia Coal Mr. Faulkner
peaditure i reluctantly his house door. There are women two days named, lust thirty.jice on the Company], ,
of great labor and to make below their level to insure the 07 pas
expense a thoroughdrainage of
from whom incosdant of 6a1anrg-At age Berkeley stated that the coal of that
tears vessels made feld
theDl M, then that portion of Oregon, supplied swell forth at but of anger. ) by a narrow rim.of earth and lime Fonlenelle, saying many amiable. and sage. The American shorter Stale covered :;lOOO square of the
imaginary contrition I that the ou
.1 it is with a climate more healthy and mild for their wrongs ; not stone. Cut this at proper intervals, with sufficiently : gallant things to (be young and beautiful ,11a d. passages English total area of 04,000-an extent equal to has( '

tn .n any of'those States, and thickly) spread II'alter own Laiulor.delinquencies one.- wide channels, and another large ter.i arne Helventius, passed before her to his place Brasidas, the famous Laced:moninn general of Ireland, Scotland and! Walet
ty nature with the richest i ttillmore Savage ritory would be added to our Union. Fish table See said Madame bit and the E En"laoJ + '
grassej, at Jelnntius caugh a mouse-i him by t Cannel or purely' bituminous \ r it
co!J we. If wool) growing can be made pro.aWe A New York paper says, that Bristoxv, the alligators, turtles, terrapins, !and hull frogs how ought to value your ; 7011 means made escape. Oh, Jupiter !1" exclaimed : coal abo"nd.d throughout the basin of the ;", '
[ where aheep must be fed in winter, i it t celebrated writing master, taught a lawyer enough might be caught hi the escape of the pass before, me without looking at me'- he, what 'creature 8 contemptible Kanawa, and was so accessible (hat a sin: !I.
' :::? be toads mere profitable! if the)'keep Seal in the course of ttrrl+e leasons t to read his own wateis to supply *'.wale Ireland" agniiitt a 4 radrn', said the old man, if I had looked but mv. have its liberty, if it uill cuntrud for bal! cDul dig wi i h (1 two bunrrlIIJ.l:!.. t i

1 s nd fit throu;houMhf tear u P nit the tutu hand-writing1 fife sears' famine, lo say nothing a part of at you, I coul not have i u cd.: it !r' p:( d..). 1,


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TUB FLOR1LUAN) to JOUKNAL. Fiorlein,:, eIcjIioas_ and !Southern, Mr. Berrien, he had'surrendered. .. "' his ,prelrmi .:. iafe VAftGoteamenlihtn iif 1 ... ; ..l.eztenztiely 1.' ".' memory
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: : 't I K n weels' addreis Jbe Washington somctl.ingoFtheimanimitj J I t legat o PJ.nlon 'S.p.en: by;M!r and fthVUniorjMo; jihin:the address of the
::fc.:MAXWKMi A nIB1TORB tT N6 : 'q_ published last t Iho members! at ;. BiHVu''bSnd-holders'bmdmg' thevinf .the schooner Ampp, which left ?
Tamp
the l legftlaton{ the, .! Southern JjemberVof Congress.. The is9s
Convention. The charTcterized .
AND TnCPRirTORt.Saturday '.J:' : Southern proceedings /( which/ We.r'lth&Mr.Stephens co onhc! \ 23J Janiury, the N. O. Delta
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t______- -- -. -=.- -- ,, that 'body, aside.fronHho. addjess, lave b,ien I Tallahassee." byj ] ir.g.inthe adoptron of aebted States of America( ,. i takci from th& Ne\V York 1Terald.sch I ceived The !following imp intehli re.

Febniary10, 1S49. I had to ;try again assume.d.injhe addrcss. -. l- -at ence,
It _,_ __n made public, and.arD not vrithoBt interest.1 ibo acidiess tiponv""which"&e majority ... confirms 1 ihe J posflio s} as detatIedbybcrCzmpi.P. II. BrJ'n :
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Sew. ,
But as they?. occupy.loo much space for our agreed, we speak confidently In saying, his 'Importation of.Slave; by the authority Ota speech of Governor :
4 llEjUO.'jL.-'e hare moved the F/ori- Gen. Jiwrero J Lo'commands tt
columns, we hive concluded to compile there. conduct would have met the approbation' of ..OlJr,Ala )amt ,and Mississippi friends arc ard, of New York, Senator elect from thai J port
--'tJ.ftI.f. urnal OfficeIff ihe first corner East at Tampico, in obedience, it.is said,
to orders
tbo in.troduetton second is
much the minds this As U 'is his vote ihe :of prohibiting Commonwealth. Extract ,
if l.oft] s stan 'audneitooroR. !Berry's's! from only so as may conto the people of State. agitating question" great from the Supreme (iovernrnesit1ordered Capt

of the people of this State knowledge cube acts againM the address which we la!,week pub. of slaves, into those Stales: as mer. from time Journal of Comn1( CQ. And yet CatrtActiig; U. SC J.iarterWasTer. at that

.\uction..RooIrt. Thft Reading Room on the of their Senators, Messrs. Yulce and We t. 15 hed, if forgiven, will never be approved. chandise. In:"each, a demand is made for a whilc! such acknowledgments these nte'ex.lortcJ place, t to quit the eilyin a specified time, tho

first floor,MJJC!re our friends are perfectly wel. cott, and of their Representative, Mr. Cabell.At Tho absence of the name of Mr. Westcott call session of tU Legislature! that the subject ., by the force of truth), front Northern Commandant, giving a? a reason for such

come, proxidcd they will not take away the the first meeting of the Con"cntion'l from the address, after it had appeared among i may, at once, be taken in hand, and laws presses. there. are not wanting papers m the harsh nod allowed and peremptory'measures in the that the pee
of for
pnpem _- _ _ Dec. 23, Gen. Bailey, of''a., oflVrcd a series ; those voting for it, if not accidental, is to us passed which 'shit!li! accomplish the proposed South which hive so far forgotten what is dueto vingnU'the United treaty Stales property peace: .from:remo..the

TALAUAIE,. Fe)". 17..i.Cotton-Prices Resolutions, in which were asserted forcibly inexplicable. purpose. The occasion of the movement Themselves and their, readers their t1e\o. puLic'bad! expired. Captain ,C rr'$ rl.

fcince our )last Lave improved sliglily, and the constitutional rights of the South, with From Washington. seems to be the late agitation of the slave ,lion lo party, that,Ihey ha\o scarcely allowed ply to ,the peromptary commands ofjUc Cora.

made in the I in Congress-which, as it tends to tbe.a otitionisis and bat uburne rs to outstrip mandant was, that ho was there acting under
tnarket.firm. We quote, extremes 5i a 6. a statement of the aggressions made and Something' of a stir has been question the orders of his Government I

thrcatcnnd against: the same, concluding with House of ttepresentatives, by a movement of engender a feeling of insecurity in regard the bitterness with which they have assailed no and recognized
and
acthority that he
Bother should
oz:7-: We are requested to say that those of this in the more north. authors of this powerful appeal t ; remain
a proposition for tho appointment of a Cummittce Mr.J Stephens, in relation to Jim late Mexican: property description the there regardless of ihe.threats of the J

who design going California with theasso- of fifieen fiom the Slave States, who treaty. The subject is soi'w explanation given ern of the southern stales, it la thought, will [From the .Vein York HcruM. Commandant until expelled by force. Thb

tiation; formed in this city, must) be in readU of and It I is now evident from the tecH as they Commandant '
should draw up an adJre to the people of the by Messrs. Sevier and Clifford, in the cause the planters Maryland'irgbiia finding that his !threats were of It

ness to eait from St. Marks: : for New Orleans/ South, foini of a protocol after the Tn'atJ'u rati- \ Kentucky, to seek a southern market for vast appear in both of ihe'documents, which we no avail/ sent several notes (6 the Quarter. B
M rr. Calhoun and I hat of
about the 6th Match swt.c Mr. Stephens) of :a., moved the refer-1 lied by the: Mexican Senate. The usually ac. numbers! of their sla\'s. One of these States, ex-Governor now j'ublisli-tli.o'f Seward-that t.the. allegation but master Capt., requiring Carr positively him to refused call at,hi xUttrt*Barters* :that, ,.

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::,- Our tlanks to aloe lion. J. D. w(st.1 cnce of Bailey! Resolution to a special committee [ curate correspondent of ihe Baltimote: Sun, a Kentucky, holds a Convention soon for drafting made by Mr.'Calhoun in his manifesto against the American, flag war J (over bn.office.'and"

colt for a (Mr. Berrien's Report, and of firven, who should repoilou/ thu lothJanuaiy. neutral paper, thus mentions the matter : a new Constitution. One of the questions the aggression of the North, are correct. inevery ,if the Commandant, or any of iho Mexican

copy Th Mexican Protocol, appended to the before that: body, it is said, will be a particular., Read carefully the speech authorities Jesircd in confer with him, on any :

Senator Downs'Hnnrhr Report, in relation The Mr. Metcalfe appointed the publication of the Mexican: Treaty, and now sclcme fir emancipation. Should the Convention 'delivered by )1 r. Sc\yanl'at'Cc'cTand! in the subject, they would find hun at his. pot.- I
president, ,
to the admission California! as a Stat month October last r and there will be found
I ..he'aIr
Mexican
for the first time received in tlli- city, i is causing take this with such reeling Thereupon, .nl ordered out
subject
following! gentlemen as the special committee! : quite an excitement heie. DcpeuJ on it. up .1 calm and deliberate' purpose announced, un'der all the troops in the city, to the number of

The 'efl'l 'Io'in;. Messrs. Stephens: Calhoun, Cabell, King of tbo matter when examined will be of not as shall give promise of bringing about euuu- the pretence of humanity, to intc. ere ,.400, and a great parade anJ ftouti oft rum.

We understand there Is to be a meeting to. Alabama, Footc, Downs, Rusk, Sebastian$ much consequence. MeFn. ClifiijrJ and Se dilation, there is no doubt that immense gangs I with those Southern intt'rc-11 which have been pels were raised, rl t jiM as affairs seemed to

thy in Quincy, without distinction of paiiy, to Atchinson of Missouri, Mureherd' Clayton, vier, it seems have made certain explanation* slaves will at once LI hurried into the Slates guaranteed solemnly by the Constitution, and be hastening to a crisis,and the'Mexican trum.

take such action as will! *eew advisable! lo Chapman, Biyly, Gentry, and Venable.This to tho) Mexican Government, in ipgard: to the which! lie further/ South. The[ States thus in which have been protected under it for t'ue'I last t pets were blowing their loudest alarum, iho
modification certain ailicles of the Treatyof century. U. S. sloop of war Saratoga: came insight-,
the citizens of Gadsden county in reIation to Coniinitte met, Dec. 30.Tr.. Cibeli: (:luadaloupo Hidalgo, made: ) by the U. S. danger of being overrun show a very natural How cah we, after reflecting! on these matter and bore down into the Harbor. This unexpected .

the Southern Addrcc!, and the movements at absent by sickl1l'Ir.. Calhoun moved iho Senate, and the suppession of others: by: the desire to protect themselves.; / : l ?, and looking over the whole ground! [ apparition seemed to have a wndsr-

Washington on subjects. of da\cry. We appointment of a sub-committee( of five. Agreed same:; body. Tleso explanations! though given We find 1 in the Mississippia* tho proceedings juJgc harshly/ of the :representations put forth | fully cooling effect upon the red hot vnlor! cf

tloubl not they will speak with a voice becoming to. Messrs. Calhoun, Clayton, King, in: an official and diplomatic! : form, which' of a meeting held in Madhon county in I in the Southern manifesto: 1 The gentlemen[ tho Mexican" ; who isstpedateIy.prched.i.to t : .

Southern men, and uilh a unanimity perhnps, might hate been avoided, contain alter that State, at which a memorial and re.!olutions who issue it have: abundant reasons for taking II t quarters, stacked I heir arm t and u-aiteJ for
Morehcad and Bailey. all nothing that is not strictly correct.Mepsr .- t the course which they have assumed ; and the fuither developments., .
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which the crKis demands: It i in lime the peo- At of the Committee of fifteen were adopted; on this btibjecl ; and a petilioii moderation with which have d their ; '
a meeting *. Clifford and Sevier explained to the they urg Quiet hcin .thf1t restored..Capt. Carr, atdMr.

pie were acting. The North i is blistering'% Jan. 13, the address reported I by Mr. Calhoun Mexican minister (foreign. i ( affairs, thc operation I to the Governor a cull! session of the purposes and views, ought to recommend theiritictrjjcsfo Chase the American"; Consul, proceeded

under the Idea that we arc distracted at home, from the sub-committc was considered! and I of our municipal laws ns connected (LegMatute i numerously! signed. (0 favorable consideration of all on board tha sloop cf war; and after a short
I.
but we believe, ifllie people! would speak a. discussed.Mr. willa, the lrer.ly, and Mexico wished to preserve From the petition we makefile. .,following, ,('ur and sincere fnende of the, Union at the cocfbrence with, her commander, the gallant
different of these explanations in a tangible! form and ap. : oJ > 'forlh and every other pOltioll of tho coafetleracy. oliip! bore away towards Vera Cruz, the rendezvous
!Joud, state things would be bhown offered the follow lesolu- extract. The concluding paragraph is wortiiv "
Chapman: ing pende them to the treaty. X. of our Gulf Squadron,.under Commodore
among us from that which tho action of southern of f consideiation :
lion : Iti h, douhilces: purely a partisan movement [From tit Juurnalof Comrrn,( .] : Jesse WiII'\ni\H1. This commotion ,wasa
politicians indicates. They are united llesolved, That, in the opinion of ihii committee "The States of Maryland, Virginia, Ken- source of much satisfaction and of
on the! pail of Stephens, who3 purpose is to From what had been said ol 1 it: advance; many
and icsoU'cd to aeit their rigtlthltl'\ r it is inexpp rid, bj whatever t'IIH'dicnt.of the immense we were prepared I
do address to be published the representative get to be profitable, from the iincerlni'i tenure by I desire a restoration American command
party politicians or wspapers may or say ; by deliberately offensive to the North. But we a a
()the) slaveholding States, or that acton ten itcrica acquired by our victories in which they art" held, ar" now ihrowing an the only means reviving the .
and this will soon be seen, lithe people every any do not. On the contrary, it i if a coin, clear prostrate commerce
should be adopted from that of Mexico. immense black population on the extreme of this well situated Should
our i town.
apart pro. of tho grievances of which the I I a .
there in the South would proclaim tic views exposition
ceedings in the respective houses of Congress. The Navy appropriation bill has been t n. Southern States, which is destined to increase South complain, and ice are compelled say, I conflict take place between the soldiers and
I
and sentiments which govern them. with immense rapidity" until our State will be I': authorities the
Which lot of Mr. der consideration and amendment inserted I irilh too mach II rffers threats but our t people Tampico will
was by a vole 8 to 7. : an jcason. no j
We shall look with interest ror the overrun w.lh: a population: : that will constitute !
some ; certainly:Join the Inter, s.'rd thus embrace (iho
I I I calls the SO'Jtrto! consider what .
for the Resolution. with the rations. simply upon j
i CLJrUoiug doing away spirit the most dangerous of all enemies we shall readiest
the ,
proceedings of the Quincy meeting, and lope t ought to he done. It nothing bar I means carrying out Sierra Ma.
I Mr. Calhoun'b :dJn'lSs'as then adopted by The Senate has: been principally occupiedin : have to encounter. proposes j[I dre project. General! Guerero, who is at lira
to be furnished with an account fur puUica. untied action on thc part of the South, without I
ticn. the clmmittee-eigl for it, seven against it thts consideration of a bill, making appro. I When the present border Stale nball; have inc.irating'itat! that action ought to be. We !I II bottom of this affair, is a staunch friend of

-: Cabell among/ the latter. priation to Aspinwall, Stevens und others, for emancipated their slates, they will in time I' trust this Address will he extensively published ':': Santa Anna, and i% no doubt, intriguing' to

Latest from EIII'ol join the Northern Confederacy, until the day I and read the North and that candid 'I' open the country ngain to the redoubted hero
the construction of'a Rail Road across the at men
the Convention
Oa the 15i'i January met will when children shall
come we, or our ,
He who
it in the late
I I who have been led the abolition Tampico. was war 1
The Charleston of the 12ih itnt. by excitement
away
Mercury isthmus cf( P.umI113.Jcssr Benton and .
lo receive the Report of the committee of fit have to meet this question as citizens of a border t commanded ihw Guerrileros that operated on
baa, a telegraphic despatch from Baltimore, on Wrbiler have spoken in favor it. State, and when, too, the black population 1 will pause and refect. It is not yet I the
road and
who
teen ; l\lerHs. We&tcott, Cabell and Yulee! I (too late to save the country' from ruin, but it Tarnpico during the Trist
the cvcningnfth" llth, announcing the arri. Mr. Douglas' bill for the admission of Callfornia in our midst will present the most appalling I negotiations, was one of the most eheinont if
all in attendance: : as at the meeting of the 231! soon may be. Now i h the time lo determine

ut ofthe Niagara at Boston. : December. The Committee having teportcd and Ne\v Mexico as States, !h its not jet I obstacle to our success._ . whether we will sacrifice the Union or preserve I opponents of the treaty. "
I II we are aestuicu ue overwhelmed
The accounts that .in France all ny and defend it."
are things I their proceedings, with Mr. Calhouu's ad. been acted upon. our em'mics'e do not desire to be driven :!h. Clay jroinj' back io the Sennit.

are quiet t, and the Gou>m't.ent i h gradually dress, Mr. Cldjlon moved to lay the whole! Perhaps I ho mot impoitaut measure of the from our homes and time graves; of our dead, )Jr. CLAY has been elected by the I legulalure .

settling down into republicanism. It is said subject on the table. The effect of thU motion session, i.; :a bill of Mr.! Beaton for the con. which will be the!/ inevitable consequence' of r.l: l'ntion to California. Kentucky to the U. S. Senate bya

there were naval: pr adopted, : we over received -
presume
character in of rear, und a crowd of t felon slaves, which they lake from the Chronicle and Sentinel?, (Ga..)
anticipation a sappo. defeat and end all aci the to the bay of San Francisco. A most the democr.ttic vote 45. What be will
to put an to, : <:n on: magnificent have forced upon! us in our midst. it will be seen that the gold region will soon ,
ted intervention in favorofthe Pope ; but liter part of the Convention. Tho motion was lust, pioject iffeabiblu: and constitutional.! To avoid this evil we boLl it to be our duty be d-> there i is mailer of considerable! speculation;
swarming with an immense number of adventures
accounts' state that public opinion has un. I Mr. Calxsll with 27 olhurs voting J for it- The bill sets apart 7.1 per cent. of the proceeds to keep those slaves! in the Slates North of us, Some saws he goes for revenge, others, thai togOes
from the States. No is
dergone a great change, and (here i is a settled Messrs. Yulee and Westcolt with OS cthertvoting of the sale of land in California and in order to force those States! lo stand between I account (taken t lo keep: whig principles from being trod-
here of those who the different
to
and those are by
iaiwtica who
desperate go
m seem re.
opposition to any interference with Italian af- against it. New Mexico, and 50 per cent. of the amount tan: uiulsr J foot by '!'. )!lor Republican/
solved crush and when ; added the
10 II' land routes ; laey are ,)
fain. There is a fixed detcrminotion to iib. The a-Jdreis: was then, by a'ote of 11 to of sales of other Ian! :Is fir the purpose. By orciimgtiote! States: to retain/ their slaves number will. be largely increased-perhaps, t others, that he goes to support (he new admin

ttain fiotn any intervention cither for or 40, refcired back to the committee, Mr. Cab- The-Weather- &c. within their own borders they will np.\"rcon.1 thousands. Lot The I istration. Whatever ho intends: to do ho will
them
by more, no
ngaintt the Pope but France will throw no the % sent t t') manumit: rliem; as they cannot permit; go. II at with rill the that is in him .
ell with Messrs. %'et. We ,
voting majority: ; have' hal, fur the not pail, a fine, what becomes of the the go power -nt
matter gold, sooner
cbitnck-s in the of I them to remain them free
such
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unionist as
way powers as may cott and Yulee, with the minority. milJ, delicious winter. However! much our negroes body doubts: thai.!
I thus will Pacific blossom! and
supply either men or in his sei\ice. and far their interests will remain identified our possessions \I
money A meeting of tho Committee: was hell I Jan. distant coteinporaries may doubt as to the fact with and be foiccd lo
our iheyvill flourish their rich be made
She JO\\'erllis demand .\uslria.1. as valleys can to II 1'lu1" atTY or TUB METHODIC Cnvccix.
opposes. on 18, when, on motion of Mr. Bcrrien, the address of kit u wherries being grown anJ csten herein I stand: by our side in the struggle for the constitulioual I I
do and the will American
: BovtCA LIMOCSTII has been elected I sooner intelligence, Tbs Committee:: of the Northern portion ofhi {
of the South. I
Mr. Calhoun referred subcommittee rights
oi was to a Jlnu'lfit is neveithclcss! true. Our
Vice President cf the French: Republic. -- skill, enterprise and energy: accomplish: the i Methodist Church having declined the propo.
J of five. The following gentlemen leighbor oft-c .Ve/i.' .ic7, in his quarrel with a
The Pope demands tin inter/ *cntion of Aus. (Cool great work it has begun, changing and improving I sitioutor.'ferho; claim oflha Church, South

tria. to him in his ''I went on the sub-committee, Messrs. Bcrrien, Georgia fiiend on the subjpct: has the right of "The coolest affair cflhis winter season, the whole commerce of'tho world, andofdifTusing to an equal share in the properly: of ihe Churchto
protect temporal power ; Atcki&oi Cabcl! and Calhoun. he and him the benefit of I I ,
Bailey, : : case, we give our I occurred last week. A stranger from down .
but Sardinia and France remonstrate I II t time I lights I I civilization/ and implanling : arbitrators: a suit is about to be commenced
against I On January 20, Mr. Benien's address, substantially authority fur '' sticting to it." Ripe straw. I K-ist: approached one uf the police of ihe Capitol 'I
It, declaring that they have lost all reverencefor : the principles of Christianity( (freedom by the McthoJiat Church, South, to enforce
I (whose salary is thoojand dollars
the same with that: of Mr. Calhoun, berries, as deponent doth !know, wer; distrib. on"r.a ) '
his !Holiness. I and made of him, especial Inquiry as to his dulies i in climes that yet know nothing of their her claim. It is stated that the lIon. D.tnielVcbster ,
only addressed to the peope! of the U. S. in. rted among the ladies here, by a gallant admirer .
The Frankfort Assembly has: cat t an apple auc] t tIme compensation. The policeman, blessings! : Reverdy Johnson, Maryland, and
stead of the South was adopted by the commit. of r the after :she ad.
sex, early smiling
discord among the German Ptinces. Austria open and free as he is, and wishing to conceal The New York Herald publishes a INt of Wm. P. Meredith, have been engaged a*

tee. cut of the lielC ear. As for green peas and nothing, gave him the particulars. Tho in. t 99 vessels which have sailed from this coun. Counsel by the Southern claimants.
whilst in rebel-
engaged recovering
The Convention itself met again Jan. 22. llttuce'C have had them h all! the! lime." (j'lisitne! ( Yankee! made memorandum, and, try from the 7lh of December lo the 1st of

Jious provinces, has another field of coutruv Mr. Be.rrierr address was read. But, variety is the spice of lii '," and we f folding the paper up carefully, put it into his I February with passengers and frieghts for From Yucatan. 'By a late arrival from

BY opened upon her by tin* lixalry& of Piu,sia.Th I pocket-book.! Turning to his fi lend, he said : I California. Of these 83 vessels sailed fur Sisal, lh" New Orleans papers have" nci !
Mr. Stephens submitted tht following reso. have been blessed! with lint too. On Thurs.
English Government lias icsohcd to J! 'I I guess that place will suit me,' and with a San Francisco direct via. Cape Horn, one to from Yucatan. Several battles'! babeen 1
lution : day night there was a pleasant' patterlrig of I smile, ho made hill to the gallery of the the volunteers! i
hId to the wishes' of the people and riduce way San Juan River, two to Vera Cruz, two to fought by from New Orleani!
1 Resolved, That it is inexpedient at (ibis time, sleet Kgain&t the windows and upon iho I I oue.-" Washington Cor. BaIt. Argus. Brazos: and fourteen to Chagres, carrying in and the Indians of Yucatan. On the 24h: :

the expenses oflh several departments of the for any address to be publKhcd! by the representatives .. '. house tops," followed the next morning by Not cooler than an affair that took place passenger* and crews 5,719 souls.! Of these ult., Col. White's regiment, under command:

Government. This, we suppose, is the railJ1t I, of the Iila't'lloldingSIt.s{ or thai a brisk fall lonafidc 5:10Tho" oIJl' t tinhabitaut" within a hundred miles of Tallahassee, about vessels, 5i sailed from New York, nineteen of Lt. Col. Besancon, encountered a larga 1

orlLe financial licl&pmei'Iich Mr. Cobden any action( thould} be adopted! apirt from oui from Boston, five from Baltimore! five l fibm body Indians[ and a severe contest ensued

has: recently published. It has occasioned a I proceeding in the respective houses of Con. cannot remember more than two (the (lime of meeting of ihe (Whig) Legislatureof Philadelphia! six from New Orleans, two from I Capt. Kelly and Lt. Campbell were severely! _

occasions of I the kind in ihe history of Floridaonce Florida. A very clever Whig out, called Sorfblk: Va. li'omcw the latter wounded. Ono It
general run in the funds, and created consid. Gress. two London,two from dangerously- 1
I Mr. BaIy moved to lay the refutation 01,I -- in 1820: and 1 again in '42. The c f- on an equally clever Democratic in, (whose Salem, and one each from Nantucket, New private was killed. The American force numbered '

crable! buoyancy. The accounts fiom the the tablo ; and the yeas and nays being de.. feet of it on this occasion was rnarvellou.-, salary is less than a thousand dollars! ) and made Bedford, Newburyport, New Haven, Eastport, 300, the Indian force from 6000 to

Manufacturing Districts arc encouraging.Much ." I manded. it was decided in tho affirmative Children were called up earlier than usual toseo inquiry about the "duties anJ compenaaliona"of : I and Myslic.[ 8000. i
activity. is manifested in Manchester! t 'l'o which may be added one horn Charles. On the 25th, the Indians made an attack i
the before it should! melt from office. The incumbent it is
/ eight,
59, 18. gieat reported
and the, surrounding districts. There is a yeas nays ton not included in the list-passengers and upon the town of Tihosuco ; Col. Whita
- Messrs. Yulee! Weslcotl and Cabell votedto \'iew-gra\'c Elders and boys innumerable cheerfully gave Iho information sought ; but crew 63. came up and drove them from the field, after
generally improved tone in commercial afiaiis
lay Mr. Stephens' Resolution! on the table. disported themselves in the throwing of snow. added naively that he ihought there was anoth. .''0. PaiS'g'TI a hard fought action. The regiment lost 3S

L- and in public securities.We A motion was then made to strike out Mr. balls-clean places were scraped to get material er office in the gift of tho Legislature which F'orSanFrancisco dir. in 81 vessels, 4,5-1-1 killed and wounded ; in this fight Lt. Gallasher .
have no account of the cfiecl of the 1 Via. of the San Juan, in one vessel, 2 of New Orleans: received three mortal
Calhoun's address submitted to the last meeting for juleps-houses were climbed lo ga. suited Ihe applicant's taste! and talents better
Via. Vera Cruz in vessels
commercial news upon the Northern ma/kets/ two 215 shots while leading his men to the charge.On .-
- but the from the and insert Mr. Bcnien's. Yeas 27 ; timer up the precious manna-and altogether han that in question. The advice was t taken: Via. the Brazos, in two vessels, 2H the 27th, Col. White with a detachment
Journal
we clip following
C- *J 1' nays :SI: ; among the fotmer Mr. Cabell, among we had a small specimen of what we conceivethe and the office suggested was sought, but unfortunately Via. Chagres, in 11 vessels, S07 Yucatecos and American volunteers! ,amounting .
Ga.
Messenger, ( ) the latter Messrs. Wcstcott and Yulee. gold fever to be. Alas that it was so without tiUC C8!. to about 700 men, took up his ma.rcb'Cot

- "Adcancc in CoHon.-By private d have news of ihe arrival lithe Steam Ship 7 Tho'bigA of John Randolph's old The, above b a complete! list of ihc vessels had a running fight! all the way, but they succeeded .
of Mr. Calhoun's address 1 the Convention.The of shady places and house-tops disappear
Niagara at Boston. with Liverpool! dates to the II by ness District :In Virginia have nominated Mr. Ir. and expeditions( that have already: taken their I in capturing the village about 2 o'clock t

_ 29th nil. The cotton market had advanced result! was 42 for, and 17 against, its a. ed, and the sun assumed his usual mild sway, sing as their Congressional Candidate. Mr. departure for the newly discovered El Dorado.I. P. M., and remained there till next_ morning, !

one.eighth of a penny jier pound, nnd fair Up. I doption. Among the former the two Senator&'if diffusing brightness and genial warmth all'a- L, wo believe, lives in Cumberland It will appear, therefore, that: from the seventh when they burnt the village and returned td

lands were quoted at A\A.\ The tales of the FioiiJa, \1!enfS. Weitcott and Yoke round. County. of December last to the present time, five Tihosuco, having lost eight men in lh3 ex.
week ending the '29h: had reached Fifty I I ; -, I, lie has served with distinction in the State thousand, eight hundred_ _and cighty-scven gold pehitioneDri&A1Ci&! 1 I
the latter her
_ _ Thousand bales. 'I 1 he money market/ was easy j among Representative, Mr. (Protocol Message of tin( ; President.On Legislature-was beaten in the last race by seekers! have left tho United States, by sea, "

and the trade prosperous. I Cabell. the ninth, the President sent to the M Ir. Bocock, the incumbent-and who, if they all succeed in reaching their deslinaiion Bitten by his Lion.find!

a This intelligence had a decided influence up. J Convention adjourned *mc die. The ad. House Representatives a message, with the will present I will swell the number of adventurers she following in time Boston Mail of n"ednea.Ja .

on the Mucf market/ jes'erday.! and 6J cents drew as published, has the signature of Mr. correspondence and documents relating to probably be again. The District, how. at tho 'djggin s' to nearly twenty thousand )'. It-looks to usr suspicious Yet. it may

ti were readily paid for fine cottons. One entire ever, is Whig, if the Presidential election be and this number} added to those who to true :
,
[ Yulce: ; Mr. Westcott, though ,voting for it, it I the Mexican The protocol humbugof 'persons ; '.
crop of 138 bales' sold! at 01| cents round. treaty. a test. have probably left Oregon, the Sandwich Islands Yesterday morning, at tIme National The
seems,declined signing ; Mr. Cabell neither Mr.I Stephens is utterly exploded. The atre, heir Driesbach imported
-- --- Mexico put a, newly
In the Richmond (Botts's) District, a Con Peru &c., will make an ag
SW1 VLI\G.-Wo have all heard of oakenJiams voted for, nor signed it. charge, as our readers know, has been that veniion is to be held for the nomination of grc ate of about ,thirty thousand. In addition tiger into the cage with Ihe lion, lioness and

and wooden 'lU'm.'GS, from Connecticut To us, and we think we may confidently say, the meaning of the treaty was varied I by tire a to those' mentioned in the above lisf,'there are leopard: : and supposing ,the animal to be under
candidate. Mr. Bolts likehis ,
great sufficient him from all
--thai land of steady habits. Tiansactions: in to nine tenths of thu people Florida. it is a I representations of Commissioners Sftvier prptotypo nearly one hundred and filly vessels ,now ad.. subjection lo secure
Mr.! Clay, will probably! be slaughtered! ,If verlised for San Francisco in the difierent danger, kft the cage under the care cf tbo
the articles aforesaid! have been matter of deep regret, that the example of and Clifford, and it under a
that was rnisap.
geneially so, however, he.will! die,game ports of the United States, alf of which will usual k 'pcr. No sooner had ho got out.oC
. looked upon as. good jukes. Speculations like unanimity by the Representatives of the prehension its import, brought about by the probably sail .in (Iho next six weeks. They sight than the lion made an attack upon the ti.ger .- .

tho following' may turn out seriously. They people in the late Legislature, has not beer protocol, that the Mexican' Congress'ratifiedit. N4WiSP1PCVOStflC.. ,. will lake out probably eight thousand passengers ,and in an instant both wero clenched

ehould! be denounced as infamous and punish. fulloived 'by the delegation from this State at I IWashingtcJn. So far from this being tIle ct\seth 'plain ,An amendment has been offered to tIe Post and, these will swell the aggregate lo a and .went.al: it t tooth and nail." They,disputed I

ed as criminal : The tone of the molut'orjs!, fact appears to be? in the words of the Presf-; Office Bill now before the Senate of the U.-- proportionably,! greater number. Of the passengers every inch of room like well the drilled,
fight
to
v- "The Hatjord Times states! thai large ptssedhy our Legislature, is in entire consistfincy dent, that Tlc filial action/ of i the Mexican Slates, by'Mr.: Westcolt, by which it(is provided {. more, and 4444 1143 sailed from from Baltimore ports noith and of Balli-I generals.with spears Driesbach and pieces of ran joisls.quell and at last en?

qilant itieIolpLtter colder.have been SCOt to with the spirit of Mr. Culhoun's. address' : Congress had lalcn place before lime Commissioners that newspapers shall circulate withinlhc i South." ports* tered the cage( But, his power over the beast.
iJ
God! Re (
the in water;when&lilt hot speculation., by which It is dropped Thcsa resolutions. "were passed without a dis. I of the United Slates [Sevier and Clifford limits' of ihe Congressional; .,District in \yhich' I was at' an end. Tho lion seized him and;

tcale art1 formed, resembling the means gold small dust!t scaling ,voice. Tht address! .could obtain the, ] had been ofclaflykceiredby the' Mexican .thpynre published! free of postage. --By the BKN 'VATJU5,LJIGII.rhi.. distinguished ] threw. htrn.down, .tore 'hi'r.c\lpoffbis hU which bead,*
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and bit him severely right _arm :
- or scales uf Feather river. It'is one of '.ihe \ote.of but two, and the lignaluro of but one of authorities, ,;,or had an!. conference. with present. ,la\r, wo'believe,Ihey go without post. \\lem? ,(,who has long .been prominentas bled! profusely' ,He on D1.hi.. escape fropi?

vilest cheats of the' day. Wo ale informed the Florida delegation in Washington'. That'Ihe them.! I' age the dist iji of thirty miles! ; which, ,secures' a great mania Virginia, died in Richmond tho cage, with _his clothes completely lorn from,

(continues the Times) Jhat six barrel of this { fr this'Slale should! betvvcen Protocol J then is I ."t the back' Medical aid callcd.,and fr tl1'
Representative Tile ? noihfng'more a:'gjeat,.advantage I id .populous, :districts t over on 3d inst. Her has filled many import,anI his was
fctuff\ven sent out in' one ship from/ New Ymknd '
also that some has been cent froni' tho address of Mr. Berrien and that oMr. f the'construction. given. ,fd the 'Treatyfby. i the Ihbse bul sparsely.seltleil..,,,Mr, .,W-cstcntt pre stations, among others,'that of (U; S. Senator. the,!last accounts:we learn, \ J"lJuds Ihcugh]
serious. Jt wa*'
.. this .- Calboun, havo preferred the'former, i is IT.: S.ComtissToies, AFTER the. vhadsolcmnly.ratified sealed some forcible in favot and stood extremely. painful* ;are not ;
Hurt ford. .J"bt game is (o'sell base met. ,l l ( (treaty rgnmt'01. of his foremost at the: Bar as an able Iud "thQ.
aftl'r-vardtJh Ikjjjjjjljjjjj
ban thrco hours, .t
i al to the geld buntrr th'-yVrivc'Jn 'Jn 'Cali.! not"strange or censurable. *TJul Ur.i after fail; buo hJ .ibo Mexican'Gon. ondmlnt.Y hopojbM{ irrnay )be:adon- learned'lawyer and:! loqtlenf'' a irvcatc J* .' .A".Flic; mp&t ,
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- '1'11 r:1'.C; : I ingi'o. !c''jrc ,the ndoptlcn of ihc aJdryw! o f h/tl/ J .:.and'whether! covs'tnreiion I '_.be'cor. e' I10.' ", *' :rW- 1I '4.-. '" J"::JiiJges'of tho Court fi Appeal!*, inconjuneticiaivith, /



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-Sunday Reading:. ?- ***> IFOR .. uVLoflWA w .3. I* -k,AND, .. ,3- taw1.i: !that'.he'fclJghtsrbut ,my old habbyrcoat I vtvTrt9loff to better health than bare Proposes for Carrying;the Mail.1 ? :Not1ce. _

The following extract i is nude frorn.ii.Ser- Hasty !nldingmi.Mesrs. and thabHiy aiL-which, to>ay the tfutlr,';Jiavc enj.icj before for Yen Jearll l Thij statement may t-LcrciTIfcM. 1-gaIee., and persons entiile, l to

mon of the; Rev. Theodore Clapp, of New .' Edit r : Have you noticed what no .p *icuL&rc1a! itto; adoration iSojifmy be relied upon. T strict; Ijtruo.. ;.. '. wnocTFI1tYntO1IAsOUU' CAOLttCEORCTAAND7Lfl1DA., c.uiouUaam diMrtbution in the Citat* o' Richard Jon ,, lata
has hat nnd ro;>t whonse to fret :about it, lei item ; BETSY rnniiiN. f JeflerOTB Coor.rjr, ttecet, are bmby notified
Orleans. The sermon appear la tlie Picayuae. an uproar young Uordcm got itself into but'it is ".. :The Extract from the act of Coqgreit qf5J ihat ti ir"claias suit demands will Jw barred at thaexpirafion .
of the signs of late la Ibis ftinoiuTcftj of"old FieWs ?" nathmgtome. eerffficatems jiVeiTiftthe preseneVt? 1 t4.5.s'Ction13. of two years from -thi/daevonlws{ the it

By the way, \vo note as one Ah !I' Low much'of thVcennim: stiHjr of human Mexico. Accoun's fri the : of Mexico Dr..A; Stronsr, of HoncsfaV,'viols well kaowfl'in 4.f nJ l>t further enacted. That if shall be the *am# at* exhibifrd to the iubacrlber; and all per'.ns t t

of tlif times, the frequency wiA which neutral nature have missed, if have not City hiaicfnty as a successful practitioner. duty of the Peatnmter General,in all future letting* \v ho hiv any demands apin.t the iraki deceased __________
their col. you you lo the 10th. and from Vert Cruz to the of contract* fur Icansportajion cl the cuil.ln let are hcrb y.twilified to pr.j nt Jnein without del .
and even political papers gi c up Lad a peep behind the certain Boys, you 2oih ut.f! ; have been roccivcd, at New Orleans. cPVorsa1e 3r.E..BARNAED, Jr.Drngi3thtal. the sane in ete'rj case, to the lowest bUl
umni to.the puViicntion religious discourses.Tho know, are not amenable to police regulations .'- ,. 4. ** ; Iaba*ee, D.I*ADD,Newport,'Florida! ,and by Drug ,; suIEcu'nt fii.araufcea fog /aitbiul. performance to nukelujuwdlafe" payment f .A \ *, 4t-

New York Tribune contains a sermon -that is laid -- than may be necessary 16 provide for the due and cx officio Admm *triJuf of aid estata. &_
books anti U 1
nearcvry! week. A large paco in Loth on Corporation, tjotflieput/ed/ lij are quite unimportant. It -wassupposed a --r celerity, certainty anS: security of sue tiansnorta. JefffcTson county, Ftlrenry 10, f 43. 6 Svr
is taken any one. Why be a boy, it the) license belonging moderate tariff would! pass the House,7 but its DIED lion ; norsh Many new contractor hereafter re
the Picayune and Delia frequently up to so innocent u human life, t InthiiCoanty.on Saturday; evenin-the I0th Jnst., valuation, the g '
stage fate in the upper house was unceti bi. -The quired to purchase out, or take at a 6HI 01p Aiuq. I
In like manner. There can be no doubt of is to bft restrained by fetters which are made Minister'of Finance was to be impeached before ] after a bott il\neM\ Mr.EunaA HTMAX, wife of stock or vehicles of any previous contractor fir the os1Lt 3 ci 0

the fact ihit} The influence of tho PulpH is beIng only/or! the reckless and guilty 1 Mo&t parents the Senate, for infringing the iaw in raising .Francis Hyman, aged aboat 3d ycat same route.. r? M PJ0q2a'! 4Cpp et7. 4(; tie ':jpi i1lt.Uaqttna>Aq 'PJtf34tiIi2 ,; ; IE'EI

if not tvperstdtd, at least surpassed by understand this, and hence their great funds for the government. Died ia this city, on Fri.Uy morning last, in the OC5-: Bidders will be careful to reed the f i tts .aqi ie 'hlt! 3J1011 si';) p1-zJistp ot ssn & -
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caution not io keep their too 3 5lh of( his and instructions appended to Ibis adtertisemenf.- 3114! ja?!aJd anoijaoa -
that readers pronming sons Thq insurrectionary movement* in Suite- year age, Mr. W %V. TATLOR.$3r siq oj tniq
that-cftho Press. \Ve hope our They arejreqtesfed to atate, in their proposals, the ira 4jc3 jsijt 'Km pa'pjiLitioa r _
closely confined, lest overmuch study or over and have been -- ------_-- in".t pen ; m!wp Jaq *q -,
pec Temascaltepec suppres mode by which they intended to the mail.- .
cor
be to meet with something VYc ey $.p 3'Ioa U! Sitjj! hCth 51501 S1J.m&ut
will not displeased$ much ihem are authorized and.requested
hoaM incline waive-
modesty to
announce
sed. and most of the insurgents dispe.-sed. Where the size and weight of the mails, or the hIaia :

weekly upon religious subjects, under thehoidcf4Sunday privilege which all law, (Auctioned: by ihe Indian outrages continue to be perpetrated Major JOHtf EKMID, sVcandidate for the OlF.ce ofRegUtet speed called for in the schedules, shall require it, 1.J.taadsai! aqi sinnc'ws ai 1rvau trq f Joqot ;

Reading :" I highest principles convenience, and by the in every direction, and the government sems of Public Lands of the StaleXtf Florida, at the railroad contracts wilt be mad.the for roach steamboat anci'c'n., or 3-jl Xq'di-jvtd put 2aiHB3! jfq ptrtrj Sutdyq t pu j ft-

441 am well attare of the prevailing senti. generous promptings of indulgent authority, to be utterly unable 16 piotect the lives of the the election first Monday in May nest.Administrator's sequently conveyancea, such route wi I Ibf case let inayJBe to bids;proposing ot-n3*SK. poet ioi sjwjJt ut ai c oqt 'sjaiOo T ; -t
!q ellItInt3dzc,1 ; ,
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ment that in this world the wicked man often gives them. Boys are like the wild, bounding inhabitants. .. such mode of conreyance In alt other ca pthe- iroaquq IHLb : 4

more happiness ihan the sincere, en- deer of the f>rest-it would be cruelly to The California gold fever is as rife in the Sale. route will be assigned lo bids propcnn* Ihs chrap- ;'dt3H ; citaH I
'enjoys ; before the Court House est mode ot trananurtation.TROPO .
lightened Christian. Rut for myself check their swill career. They are like the city of Mexico as h i is in this country, almost WfUlbe incv 10 the Notice. .
; on Monday the 10th iay! cf
imuit confess that I cannot see the reasonslleiictsofthis free and prancing colt of iho prairie-it all the foreigners, not engaged in cunimarcc, Mirch next.htrt'.veen the haur of eleven and two >AT.S for carrying the rr.aiI-5 of the Unid ALL creditor*, legatee?, and person* rntfttc'J

dnctiiue. Can that man be would break their spirit to throw a rein over leading for ihe "dig.;um." A party from o'rl'tck, ths ftillnwinj ne ro slsvemi, belon in lu the X States from the M day ot JnIv. 3S49, to HieiOll I, in the estate of James M Hart.htsofl .

unhappy \\lio believes thatjie will never die ; them.If 1 New York, numbering twenty, left Veia Cruz, estate of llirlnrd Carnochm, deceased, viz : A n doubts this philosophy llere are ? vtorps'i by the name Harriet f a ne ro woman at the 'contVict oCce i nhe Post Ofc'ce Drpartinent that their clartr.i and demand will be birrtd at th,
any ono the 2 Jth tilt fi California via Mazntlan.Th"y l .
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on! 'r
that he is treading those paths improvement hand its by the rhmeof Nancy, and her two infant children ; inlhe city \Vashin2ten, until 9 a tn. of expiration: ff two years front Ibis date nr.e! the '
hat stretch onward i to eternity ? Let any one examples nt (o r-rovn coneclness. are all armed and fully ecj'iiped for any and tfeov by the name of Frank. the 4th April, tSt'J, (la be decided by the Oltrftlay sinie STe exhibited to the surwriber; aid all petson, jj

however destitute of worldly advantage, real. friend Skeptic, go into the streets and look cneijjeii'v..Mr.: JAMES F!. EETT.NCR, Adm'r. of April, 1S-19) on the routes and in the manner sjid who'hv.' any demands agAia the sajj d reased arc

he looks out a vast, magnificent about 3 ou. Do you seo thai squad of boys Clifford, our Minister to Mexico, and By C. 11. DcPON'T, Aent.GId.q1t"Cu'mty lime hcreia. aj-ecified, rzj hereby notiSfd! ra present theta without delay ; anJth I 1'
lie us upon standing around the box, tome talking ear- arn\e'i Veia Cruz the -i4th ult. Fla., Feb: 17, 1<:J9., 7 L'LOf.IDA. sa iadc-Sfrd so said .sale ace-cow called tmak
Creation, that he is indeed child fits infinite family, at on _-.- iinj-.eJie upca I- -
while others listen wilh attention ? 3512. From Milton at 0 a n Vvedncs.Uy navceul lo -. i
Author-bound to his throne by indissoluble nestly, rapt : and proceeded to tie Capital on the following! Advertissment.adrtrtiser Fy Hacambia c"uuty a.id XalhanivilleTo ANN HART.QualiiieJ .

tiet-a child, ennobled and redeemed by the They are not met casually: but may be seen day. rpij ; '; is open to an engazrp.cnt a< a Sp-rta.taximnmby G f.in izrtdy.3 miles ) Executrix. -
ibere almost any Itour in tic diy. They aie (;Itsn. Li Vega was at Vera Cruz, aw.\it. .1. ojtlier And Jetfcr on County. February icy, h4. 6 &w
mission of Jeans-an heir ofiznmnrtaityaudjntcad itr a shorter or longer i>f ritxl. as rnavho back Ittttcy.i6 a n Frli4"and'i! p m tors'
their memories wish i incidents of _ _ _ _ _ _ _
regaling vessel take bun where de-irt-J. HEXRY ALL.; day.
depletion, or gloom, or doubt, he ing a to to Tnmpico,
will be filled! with unutterable joy in view of Mindiy fights which have taken p'ar in iheir ha is crdiTfJ to take command of the forces at ,, s! e,17lh Feb., 1513. 7 Hi :a3U. From Milton at Gam W4dae? d4y Notice. I 1 1I _ _
time and f another that is the Dr Alapa and Uchce AnniTpMariiPio weeks after date, application will be made by
SIX
arranging <*r on that .
the Arrangements \\hicliOinnipolent Love has poiz.t.'I'he Sale of valuable Real! Estate, forI bj t 0 p m Friday, 125 miles I *ub..ciiber > the Honorable the Jadzeo'f
welfare. tapis. There is to be a regular challenge! toad fr' m Vera Cruz to the Cap'.tal U Probate, fnr letter of i
made for his present nnd everlasting And. baclc: tel-veen G a in aturd y and G p m adminr>.tration on the estate of
ten Buggies 6cc.TV"111' (
Remember that to be religious is to see God, and the champions, ure to meet tinder the so infesJed wi'h robbers, that scarcely u diligencv. I MonJ y.Pf Wailer W" Taylor. deciat'd! 'J,late of 1.erncounty.. -
hill. And what do yo-i suppose all this is for ? without being robbed. be s'mh1! at lhStble of Grrner fi RifTertyon >; -nt l to emVare Orange Hill and IMmesViilie I -tM. wILcx:;. -
to live with him to imbibe his spirit, to par. passes > Sjtuiftay the-21th inst.,to the highest bidil I at
has said sft to the > \\ill t'o considered ; aso! proposal* to end ttI'ciiee February 10. 1549. C Cvv
Why one boy so'iicthing *
take of his perfections ; to reflect, in a degree. ?rFo'ir valuable lli' ea : Two Eui in1 llir_ Adni. -
ills moral and intellectual splctidots, and \\iy othei's swcatheait, and she has whirled all Ft ml Ccrrctpondrnce cf fit\\.ia\ York ItroMI'AN.tItJa. ness cotniU-le; ; O".e p'jr Doyble Hirni; -!j ; ; ;: ; : 3_>J 1. I-'rnn A'aqna' at G a n Friday Notice.T0rr :

1:1 her short petticoats and ho'pi ronud! and smi. 7, 131U.IMilor : .n.t; : iTo; Two Sit'.dl s and Bndlts ; CvrftcuJ r'udd.r To Geneva, AUbama, bj 0 p ra, 45 miia _
unwavering trust : InsproviJence.lotriurrpn !: weeks after dale, I shall apply to the Hon.
!cd, Oli BO sweetly, on him. Now, was nt ; fIe? JfrraJd-Dear Sir.-Perhaps Mr.ALSO Aol back b.Mwee'i and
ever time and nature, frailty change, sin, :-Tht ralaible! Lot, wilh the r. Ildmeilieroon.kno.vn oft Judge Th- Countv( Jefr oa
tint intolerabV! ? Then, too, she walked off, some of our fellov i> have written filere. Whether I Ibi* route t is necessary inca- f'-r leave to wlt the real cstle of Jdiova 3!. Sloan -
corruption, and the The truly pious, p siiger- as Grot.tr 4i ;
grave. RjfTcrtj'sLivrrj St4.
the there
letting preceding one, (Ni 3-13,) b-ing |
leaning on Us arm, he strutting like any l l.y tlic Crescent Ci'y, and given such inloniiatioii hic Teiiits ra.ide known the dav'ot late of said! Cotntcdcezied._ .
therefore, arc the rnty happy r> .es ofeaith. you ; .n sale.TaMjhasee now a route in ot.rduou bttAee-iUoiievu, AlibomA.) I

Seek, then, r.bove all things, ray ft lea J., lo I.e. cro.vn-ip dandy. Cuu'd a b.iy, having any UK *Wud! be laid bei.>re the public:, i *' Feb. 17, Ibl9. 7 [Seniintl_ _copy.1 ._] and.Ucl.ee Anr.a. Sheriff and ex JAS.officio R.Administrator.TUCKER. 1
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eternal pi id k about him, feeling any pint in his by- with reg-ird to the route to C-tliibrnia. Cut T- 1 -- -1- --' JT1- r j 33)5. From Mirianr.a at Jefcrson -
come inspired with the hope of Ife.- j Notice.HK Cuny, February 10, I vl9. G 4tNotice. L
This attainment will confer upon you every o n, see ibis, and not c.11 the intruder out for lest it nny have been neglectoJ? I propose to .To A-d Oche back f, Calhonn ccutty I

which conceive of desire.It hii impudence ? One figlt! } <*u know, will j say A tL' tv vvorJs on I lie siifjject. No .*ncy i Cnnrtnership heretcff.reeTHling u-d< r the Bidders will distance, and schrduU '
good you can or iirj I firm of Ct Id, Stephens & Co., ii this clay dts*'jl- sure 2a ,to months afti drfte f
lead to another, aol thus the nutter is going short of! ]ii itr. and death should at 0iieK-e with the frcof SIX r shall apply t tothellcn. _
xvill enrich your in'ellecl vnth the divinest j jon | bring a inaii 0:1: yI by maTttil c.jtibtrit. All peroiiiiih-btedto: connect toule 'tpaiTamhir.t1aI. fj Probate for the County of Jtfffrsoa! for I IIt
it being unlawful fur others, and harsh for i ijanjntsto I II this for female it ;,id firm -. ., Clnttahcochie. .
truth, refine jonrtaitc, exalt your affections, route ; a is utterly! out t the viRteimi. n.akepajmeiitto A. II. C .leor letters rf dlsriNsion as llxecuJor">f Willtto Ii.Mathers f.
and give an ali.suhduinx energy to your moral I interfere.: In\dom! is in a ftir1v q-i-'Siion. It has taken mist of our passengof jffttTt'uf'.;eo.: \V Cole the cor.'cern., who are aloae iiilhcjbcd lo seltle the 3540. From) Ben Tatbaa Ha.dnShell ee al!6 P.'intanJ a o M.'ncl.yIy I'awtuiet file of sjfd cnur.tv. decea c'd.vJIJMt.N If L

it will make character wis ay to get a black nose and blotidshotlenWho eight d-iys to gt from Chagrcs 10 this ci'y. };. MATHERS.: .
sense your ?, prudent j! : A. H. COLF. .- ToSohopy.by G p m. 43 rr ilwAnJ
beauteous and benificent. It will free Who cares ? Hetier these, than s'ay and man) ofiho e by the Jolm iien'ui! and !| I, SAM'L STEVENS, back between G a in and G p n-rlext cLj. Jefferson County, Ft-oruarj 10. tS-t&. 6 63 f

) ou from all disti acting doubts and painful! at home, getting lesions, or placing! or even '[ she Fa icon arc still on the TOT!. Thi canoes | GF.O. W. COTA:. 3517. Fruin' S:. iarks! at a' ra 11v rsdaylly For New York;

fears. It will enable vou to oveicnins all cultivating domestic olfections, or than be j jcta from: Chagres to Cruces cost3 far each person c1jL; t j7, t.:9.: 7 4t Ti. > .Monticello.Newport,by Wacii G; ilL, and-F') miles Marion ri-mv.fa..saiing: !iTri? FLOP.INA,"TKtvwmr. -

wayward, perverse, guilty and dishonorable! ip d by chains of propriety and: decent : and 12 fora mule bringing a binle i j ji : Notice.cr And back between p 6 a to and: G pin tit riiy.ro L Master: n'ow-dity expected, and having thaf ,
disc'pling/! e.iyb the "belter hall of the Ir.ti.k ( the latter hut; <> her carz errjzased.xs i Hi! have despatch fur maabovepoit.
pis'sions. If in youth, it will invest you with | i main piuce, have been paid ? ; fisali rommenctf af Newport are ir. iied.35la.
that bum! which will survive the dissolution J cut n> of cur dy and generation.; j jTo 1 In ni mliv. In fact, there are not half mrmIe i:I'rOIfor; ftr the Jjte I .Hall apply to the Judge t From C>uisicy at 9 a mEv F'ri1ay For fieijjLt)McNAUGliT or paa.nreapplytu OKJIOND.
Gad-'den for
County Infers cfen
of the body, and grow more lovely, forever. be sure, they did things differently when i I' cziitili; m the whole Ii 'hrnasto tupply the ds. ; hmilisr:1tjo4): ftC i-Male.of A'lixsnder' ilclirer, To IlIorni.by Rocky: Comfort 12 m, tOtnitc4 _Nwor. January 27, IS I'J._4_. i
that von: and I were buys, the father and the m->thertlilnliing nund. u!* of said County. W1I. U. FO3ESTEIL
If in middle liff, it will impart to you w istjom I ,, Ard bick between ii t n and S J a m.FrnpouU Great Bargains
and power req'ii&ite lo encounter its \ariotis that ll.eir cLilJruu requiteJ sonic J, Oi'ccj !is neatly] as !<*w, and qui> as disai i j rcbnnry 17, tSt3. 7 to er..race J ciiJo! v.'iil coiiJre-i..

trial end temptations. If sinUhig beneath little cf their: uUcn'.ion, eii i.J u ccca!>icnal bit 'J reeahe! as Chtgre.8.'K were Compelled j jl :3">I9. From Qnircy at1 12 aTu WeInedy SELLING OFF AT COST !
FairVarning..
correction ; but then, ve mmt roinember, to rennin ; Sccln f t.>, liy 3 p IT,f' miIs ,
there i
and infiimUics in of
the : s'nnn< days
deciepituc'e t> age, ronscqueucc T the Store of L &
H.
l ( A LL perioin- without rpi'rve p >*itivfly. indeStj And back bf twer. 8 a tn a'd 11 t n. Al. GREENBERG k CO.
far '
world :
the net anccd in civiliza.j
was so : : t
: the
>It t will reanimate your spirit with iho viiioas impossibility; of obtaining trnmpoitation. i j ci fd to th-subscriber fc-r til"-'? either t>y rote 33.0. Kr'ftu Jasper at fa m Monday are ofTered th1 ?rafe-i bargains of the season. t
celistial and immottal beauty." j I lion as at present I it w.t* not then certain-, Of IbO road fiom Ciuces I tn J'ajintnH, ii i-j itn- !; or arnvint, or r.thcrvviic', if not sctilfd by the 10th Dy L;!.>unt'i> Ferry and ILv-IinsonV Ferry Good* of every variety can be had for cash at cost .

eJ how capable a buy was lo oianage himself, possible to give an idea. The livvjiust iniigi.: j i Al rch nest, will nost ;jiositirelj p\v cr (. To CciUre; Vilhga.'Ga.! by 6 p m WiimiJ- prices, and soux- below New York eo-l. Having

HEL1GION-AN ELEMENT OF A GREAT (:T how necessary to good breeding that be j nation cannot picture it. Mud hole in, hich j IVbnnry IT, ISi9. 7 S. F'. flUNFX.! IPO mile's wade up their winds to close b- sioe&. soon, purcha- .
*, i w ; witldo well call earl
And bi tk between 0 a ia Th-irsdaj and 4 ri I s-rs fo jt\f they.desire tohiro m
CilARACTER.Jerrftilhli should have: a free rein, and full right to commandthe the tnnl'-s! mir up to their bejiies : cartloads zv, ToWLt \BIV.NO D IMTV.j Sat iardv. p [ the test selections. Posilivrly co credit sciflb9 -

!M-ucn, formerly' Senator from ready obedience of all the MMvatitI 1:1of bouldi'r stones, which, in the lime uf the j TOWLE & PAPY :S551. IVora I'iljikj at Sam FridjyTo -icvcn. _

New Hampshire, an-J lately one of the most I % Tie old: iiution that such piivilcgesvoulJpoil ': puuibb galleons, nay Lave :f)rm.'d a pavement Njwnan'.ville b) G p m nt day.G7! miles Alt persons indebted to them, will please ccaa 1
] \ a buy is jurtty much abandoned, J JHttriieys end (f nnsellcrs at Lis-, And!>acc bvUvecn Cam Sunday,iud o p n forward early, and settle Iheir accounts. .
of Boston died sometime ; ravines worn dee;* in the s 'bd rock, Those indrbred the '
iiUiigui: lawyers TTAVIN1 frrmcd association next day. t' late concern Monticello,
1 and a new one substituted more in character 1! and j an for the Pra-tre! f
onlv
ince. Mr. Wrbster in presenihtg to the Supreme wide enough for a mule's toot! below, .11 of Li'v.tvill! attend the s-veral Co'-irH cf the t IT-opcsils tacotamsnce at Orange Spring* wIU te wilt xir.d their accounts with \VI7.LIAM EUOD
with the of the in the and
I progress r.ge aits : and fcr the trier's legs above, .rijh etcry po. i Middle! (Circuit of Florida and in the Diitrict Cowl rornidereft355i. rst.{ who i i- duly authorised to receipt fcr the sacco.

Court of Mnjtachusrtts some Resolu- 1 icienc s, and with the ad.tncc.c;<;, general. si'ule acclivity anadcchvity, from I'mtv-five le.j ; 1.1 the U. S at T.i ai3ee.! All taiinesj er.rusttd From Alltor, atTo January 2:;. 1S-IO._4_

lions in behalf cf the menibcrs of the bar, de. 4 'ly, tifall! such'I.notviedge uudtkilias improve j greci to { eipc 'Jicuar! a.l] combine to make to thrir care v. iU i ..civc prorajt (M.-JeoAnJ S. S. KNIfiHT & CO.
"horten the cf life and leien the ct:, the Cspitul. baci.Bidders t _
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livered a beautiful obilusry aJJress. VVs ciipIroni sorie'y way i up the m.st irtias3ibJe Tf a now in uftiwl itm' Fc3ruary 7 will Mate the diitarc'e ar.J t!hc hoe; of \VhoIcsaIe amid I'eta 1 1 Grtxcrs, aud Proaon

it two paragraphs : !labors of paternity. i I on the face of the globe. The mules, stepj.itig Jpirture and arrivaL I Dealers. -- ,

j In the good old: days of ycr*',as our muthcis in the same; footprints, have worn morler holes 1 Last Notice save one 355J.: Fmm Newninsfille at G a Ci Wednesday I '.1LLAH.t53En, rLo1DA.
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fl14 Jt, sir, puliticul eminence and prjies1onnl 1 aid granJojoihers tell us, when primitive: no. deep i.i the rock fiLe and rdvin i H;? XVacas I T7"EF.P constantly en hand and <52er Ice ssle! at
deep I.Lrier a .
nd
steep \ nr>* <'bled to the subscriberare ear
fame fade and die with all Ced G 70 rillc .
things To \r Key? by m next oar. *
away tious: con!rolled society, the ring genera- !' and I iavv a bouIJer stone, eighteen inches in !I ti..* lly inrt tl to call and arrange |heirac- And back be!w'eeu'o p a n! Friday aud (* rnt'St JL.V- sir.all advance on coat for cab, all! tIme sfaritf2r.l F
character is leall p
vartlily. Nothing } permanent (jell were made to plumb the lint;, and wall* fiiameL'i; with such a !hole drilled thtough; It.f t. c' uuN i Ire; U>u> to tLe iOth} ilirch, r but viriuc; and peisonal worth. Thc I <-Jkjarj, CatTecS, Teas, Eacnn, Hams! PcrHr
,> | ttraight at that. Wh it ui avvkwat bu iae&j tidd d fo Idem. LLOOI) i. FOoTC.'i. Cewnv slIe S ;
f How at
tht) ladies of the 5551.; From ? ) a ra Wednesday
party ever qot across, SOI Car. Ici, Lard. and all similar articits
temain. Whatever excellence inwrought FcbruvyI.ISl9.) 7 S.v I -to- _
it have been The can't be done MadisonbTo'
j must thing i I am ouable! to o'ccide. TLis much is CCT- By 6rane ether v.ifh FtCiti, Irish Potatoes, OnionsXuN.
iuto the soul itself! belongs to both worHs.-- I now, because there are no birches and willows !' taimi, that most of ihem practically assumed Buggy for Sale. To S'rtnbyO p m net day,CO in.Iir liain: hZ(. Aloiond. ,and at*other articIeiuual1y
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Ueul dness does not attach itselt mciflv t to And! back between G a in Friday, and 4 p I
poi to )hold by. Sad, c.vl loss l Ilu after luiiiiu; 1.1 stmuar fbtaatisttmerit-i. ,
the pujialooi.s, and roJa gallantly: 1 Ue theca eE r.oou SECOND HAND nur( vfor nie.Applv m aext day.
this life, it poln's to another woc'd.' Political i Stopt do.,r above G. H. Megtaniss", oa Monroe
all, it doesn't mailer a grentdeal.! They: wan. *. iinois around them. _) lo J. i ft FOillUNC. Qare. Whether thi* r .'ife will b? ncces5ry, inCrfs street. _

or professional fume cannot iaht forever, but n td staunch, sturdy, virtuou*, and ueful! men, But time saddest part of cur story remains j IVrrnry 17, IS-10. 7 Agent. of lettin: j roulc: No. 3I 1, frr-m 1'ihfka to New2555. 3imntv 7, Tq. 4 IvLiiniber. i l\\ _
rot cience void of tiflVnco h.f're' (Jod and 1 and sensible! domestic, aaJ nn'vdle ? ln _
1
ir.'clUgent women,
be d1 At CraccK
lo to several of virulent .
man, ts a.n inhei itance for eternity. Religion ca ie3 Long Cottons wanted. From Micin py at 6 a m ;:
in those whereas the be ?
days ; great thing to cholera morbas th'nk! it cholera Fnrt CitrkToFort .
suinc };
v ,
hcieibre is al elin'jnl ap \LrlS n.iler-tird, Sea land Cotton LL descriptions tf PINK LUMBER hand
a necessary, tin indifpen e done now, i*, to rui&e fine ladies and i4- : ; Hailee 10 xnti! St on
human chaiecter. pearcJ amoni; u?. I 3 are vvaut. A, for which the full value will by 7pm A ai.d tar t.k by GF.O. II. MEGIN.N'ISS.
: iLl Tl.cie is 4
2tfly noJiving ;, egant genlleinen. You perceive the tliilor.nice Mr. Lurkett from New-Orlear. I And back between Cam and 7pmday. rit I
the S. F. Bl'RNEV. v
,
was be siren by -
without il. Religion is the li*> thmtt _
con : siis, and can sec without cprctacles that first victim ; then Capt. Elliott, ofth* February 17, IS 13. 7 3.. Persons wishirz LUMBER can have it sawed
with his quarternuiktersdi'ptrtmcnlandaficrwardsMr. embrace Fort Grant ins'ead of Fort
nects man creator, and holds him toImtbronr. to ,
the world is preparing t to get along without! and delivered in T-1Laha4s'e, cr at Mr. Padrick'iMill -'
If that tie be all s-inJered all broken Hitch, indebted to the firm of J Clarec, are invited.
the of toil cither mental \Jf1C-khL person by leaving their order* with
he floats away, Ji worthless atom in the | drudgery or bodily. of Nevv-Orleati', and Mr. George \V. Tay 1 I/.o\ At FUs<, are hereby notified that thy 355-3. From .Jick-onvill at G i m Tue Jay CE''). MEGINN1SS.. .
U not iLut a consummation devoutly to be lot of Providence. The li to eti'c their accounts and notes with- Dv Haddock's.Kirklasid's.Na.sa'a C II, and 3
< 'ease wa : ar ? reqti.ied Jauary2iIS1.;) 6t :
universe, its proper attractions all gone, Its des.1iny nraved for ? Just t think of it. Hov-a will hnve o'it deUy. and that, in defa'ilt thereof, proctedinss Wwihtt'Ck MiIUTu _
violence and tenninaled in leis
Hi)waited, and its whole future nothing' :nothing! else loin then but fight, and dance than twenty I mil hi? instituted at the next term nf the cr.urts. St 4.try'sfiaby 6 p in nrxt daySO miles Fettit Gulf Cotton Seed.
hours. It is believed that all these< gentlemen And birlc between 5am Thursday and G f fra
but daiknets, desolation and death. A man i'avtncnU ray be made t to the undersigned, or, to p ISl1ELSCENIE I'TrFITCtLV COTtj ,
with their svveethcaiu. Gii't.i l I will -
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i
suppose, had been next dav.
imprudent. 1'uor Elliott, who i'rant Hi HiSt', their .-fif. / I
with no tense of religious o'uty is be whom as TON SHED for ail*. It Las been here threo '
luxe be drc& that of thiroite hc-
to suuiiit lo cd and for
propossb
perfumed, Separate pail
beiuved and JAMK-n! 'AKCIIER. ,
was admired, had certainly been I and kfi l in 2rf .
the ?? \ear> > a place.
tesciibe in such but terrific *" itjd.
A ,
scriptures terc but even that the im ioviU3ents of tho to.geiher LOXVfLL f vvfen Nassau C,II aro Sc. Mary's ?rc inv
HOLCUK'JOIv,5
; aze HI had his I 1 amlnform-dby Planters lust its does
in low injure
no. ) pitched tent a wet sre pot
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without God the 3357. From ra4mu C It at t b Friday
manner, as living in j jwot a m
Jd." Such a. man is out ofhis being < with the ncccitity of avoiding petty place, ho had eaten fruit, had also Ijken violent Ffbnary 11, ISl'J. 7 To Fernandin by G p m. 30 mile it, if it has net sprouted. I will sell it low to :iclo
proper troubles wilh. time .
may dispense Fathers may' rit-rciie, and then lemoved his flannel.Hi Gadoden Circuit Court And bic-k between Sam and G p 13 next daj. -'e consignment.J _
In
; out of ihe circle of all hU duties, out of jvcl in all ll.e luxuries iury -2.V1S4&. 3 J.fl. FORTUNE.
unanuojed, they can :3553. Fr.R Pilatka fl 7 4 m Tuesday -
lies in consecrated
the circle of all hiS happiness, and away, far, j find ground, at Cnicef. ; TO SPRING TERM IS 10. and! -
away fiom home and niotheis nn> freely i At Puiuma think Bv V ilu fiom the of his \ vvu ourselves safe, since F. Mai tin "Mcllonville :
faraway purposes creation. 1 Thomas I
d'stine -
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discharge the they owe to focielv Attacl.iiL w $IW> 5.Arh. -
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A mind like Air Mason's, active, thought. 'I gay the climate, the provisions, an-J accumnodt.: To the head water* of St. John's rirr, (by j Fscl.w.ner "COMMODORB KEARNEY.
and blacken Ill $220.rpiii
never their rivalry wifh immar. huh ; arts all Very v.ell.! B. M tv3Td water,) by 7 p m Thursday, 150 miles | Mailer, will sail as above. For.freight
fjl!, penetrating sedate, could not but m&oi- lied belleh for thu altenlinn other interested cr m''sa-: ipty to JOHN DENHAM.Wirt '
and coiiijtlimrntbof The California : defendant and all pcrioni And back between 7 a in Friday and 7 p in i f
title deeply on the condition of man below and ihe choicest ht'aui.Vlmat a millennium !II has not arrived, and we are JL are hereby notified% of the intilulion cf the Sunday I ,_J nnzry SO; IMP. 3 -

led its stjoni huIite*. He could! not look on j see, Messrs. Kditors, I must stop this sort waiting fur her with! great imjvitience.: above suit by nflaclitnent.ai.d are rwj'medtonnpear 3553. From the head waters ot St. John's river at 6 Far New York.E .
the
therein within
i and plead to declaration filed a in Friday
this fiamc
wondrous
I of talk. It will never do to let the imagina. Tin: i"iu.tsruy.-So :ni imy misrcpresenta.lIons time prescribed b> law. I'j I Indian river, Pales,San Lncie.andJopj- rpI Cri* ** WAIJCALLEU, ..ksn.yy, Maert! '

"Thi universal frame thus w ondrous fair,** lion dv.e.H on the scenes tint will be enacted have gone out recp-cting the Hate of the Dated Jat.uarv 2yth, A- D. IS ID. let I [ vtU sail as above. For freurht or' pas. ie, ap.
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without feeling that it was created and held by when the leopard lies donn with the kid." treasury, and so much have the letter writers: JOhN ERSKINP, To Miami, Dade county (by land,) by G p o ply to JOHN DUNHAM. -

an intelligence to wbirh all other inicJiigenccs : One is Mire to forget t ihe I'ivs an'! all the ictf, inii-'cd upon the necessity of resorting to a PlaintiflN Attorney.! next Thursday, 253 mile Newport, January 20 1, IS-19.! 3 ,
6 3 ftn and G
I 1'ebru.iry 10,1549. And back bttweer. G a rn Friday p m -
:: nwt be responsible. I inn bound to say mnd turn to lookingat and admit ingtLc (Jilecas' new luau fur its relief, that \v* are sure the next Thursday. I Flour, &c. *.

that in the course of my I life I never met with cication. .Somehow or other, they will get sympathizing whigs will! fel great pleasure Notice. :3330.- From Tampa I at { T) ECEIVED per Schooner Randall Marshal!, *

an individual, in any piofcfgion or condition in'o: the reground of the picture, and when in having their gloomy apprch-Misions dissipated t LL creditors, I '?atee4. and persons entitled! to Pv, Manatee IV- 3O barrels planting Potatoes. ., v H5"M

cf Ji'e' who always spoke! and always thottghl fo md there, Maying there, always there, who by (tho truth. We i teft-r, thetef.! with /V dislributiou theestate, of \Vil, iam Goodman! To Sarasota, E/ 55- mil's IH superfine Flocri. 1 *
And back between 53 sacks Sill, for sale bi .
with fucb awful reveicncc of the power anti would have the lutlencss to peep over their great satisfaction to the notice IrOn) the Tieasury ate of exhibit Jefferson Ibcircla'iin3 Lounly, deceased and demand, are bere.jy* within nrliud two- Separate proposals to"supplT Manatee from Sara- -. .. JOHN-DEXHAM- : tvt:

p rsence cf God. No irrevcernce, no light- shoulders to louk at someboiy behind them ? Department, which is to he found in our 'ears lo from thN da!*, or'the same will bebarred; and ota, in case of letting route No 3.W3, are invited. JCe-.vporf. January 20. 1S49. 3 C

nets, rvrn no too familiar allusion to God and Not I. depend upon if. So, to some othur picture advertising columns! announcing that the all 1r.On4 iuleblwi to the estate art4req'iest.d to 3" <1. From Tampa G a m Tuesday

his attributes ever escaped bisJipg. The very hie me away." means of the government are competent to make immediate payment to the undersigned To By Mellonville.by Hilchepeeksam 6pm and Thursday.Fort Gatli-x 100 miles : Notice. j M- & 11- '

notion of a supreme being was with him made t Let me end this inkling by a morsel of advice liquidate all claims against the treasury up lo \V'M.JOHN WEST.M. SMITH, )$ Executors.JcfTerson Qqa.ified. And batk between 6 a in Friday and G p mSunday. \ LL persons having demands against the estate atJTi. ;

up of awe and solemnity. It filled the whole to all concerned. It i is my deliberate the Ut of April next, without calling in before 1F4t. bw ArchibuMGrahui., deceased,-an? hereby titlifiti : .l
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f>f his great mind with the *!lionget rindi'mis. opinion thai fighting was invented for the use that date any further paym iit<* on account ol County, 3002. From JacksouTii'.eat 3 a m Mondjy and Thutii- to present tuen nithout..delay' to, the und ncd.; and all indebted to said estate will ,
A man, like iVtn, wilh nil his proper eenti.: I of bull, dog*, goats, rhtcken-cocks, and other the loan of 1618, aiid ih iiring to save all unnecessary > A Card To day AuEusiine! by 12 m, 39 miles rngk*. immediate perwin paTment.VILLIAM F.

merits and eensibilities alive in him, must, in I animals and fowls that have not the gift of interest," and time "successful bidders AVid back between 7am and 4 -p'tn Beit \ G. POXDZR,

this state existence Lave tomelhing to be. speech. Tlie human cpt-cies have no lot or I for that loan, by whom. any balance Usiiil D r. J. 1'the. DnnIotThrs citizens ot T&Uahas-jee hu prcf.33ionalservi-and surrounding days.Proposals Janusry. 1-I7.! 3 fit Executor, ).
to
I Jieve. and something lo hope for ; or cUo as shire in it, and when they undertake to appropriate due," arc informed that they are permitted country.cog Office at the plantation of Gen. John to make closer connexions with steamboat Blacksinithing- **nr-- 1-.

iife is dvai fingjo its close and parting, allis it to themselves, they are guilty of to pospone any further payment until the P. DuraUone mite North of this city. 3553.* at From Jacksonville St. Augustine will ;be by considered.Smyrna, Indian Rirer, substantial. and cheap Blackiruiihinj! ? of '

heart Kinking and oppression. Depend upon I invading the privileges of their dumb coteinI'Ornries. Jstof April next." We are happy to con. February 10, 1310. 6 ;. San Lncie, Jupiter; Miami; Key Lao G'OOD kinds done at the Shop.near by Stable, occupied -, :

it. wLntever else may be the mind of tin I Look at the matter u little, and fee gratulalo the imsoming heir of tho estate, BURGESS & CO Indian Key, Key Wee, Charlotte Harbor, last year by Miller & Brbkaw. I ;

old man-old age is only really happy when, liow it works. iluinns have not tusks, like thai it is not handed over to them in an instil W. GAITIiER Saraota. Tarrjpay, Cedar Keys, St. Marks, January. 20. IS__. 3 'A. A. FISHER. '

en feeling the enjoyments of this world pass the dogor boar ; nor horns, like ihe bull ; nor vent condition-that the pur e U not empty. Receiving Forwarding & Comniissi&n drevv's Apalachicola! l to Pensacela, St. Joseph's, milt-and and t.4n-! back, I 4-

v\lv;, it begins to lay a stronger hold oh that fcpurs, like the cock ; and if their heads are and that then are ample means to pay its,cx.ICIISCS 'T twice a month, in steamboat. ,. j Notice. ; ,

.f another." sometimes rather hard, vet they ate not sha and comply with its cnapoinentg.Tlis .- Separate proposals for sections of tli2 aliore routes 41IX weeks after Safe, I shall apply to the Jud4 .
ALSO .' i-.) Probate fur Gadsd for.lctter of administration a it,
ped for butting, like tbesam's--and so on, ad notification ol' the postponement? of will be corsidered. .
pay. NOTE5- on lt.e eiiala ot" Daniel T. Lane, dece d. :
lit A Svindltr.-TLe Augusta eon stftuticnal. infinitmn. Our eyes were made to see with, ment will, of course, have its due effect upon Dealers in Western Produce, Each proposal shonld be accotnp'aTti by a ua'antee JAMES< BIRD.,

ufSaiurday sayu : not to be gouged ; our ears to hear with, not the price of 1)UbIiCstOek$, and ibe stale of the CJ Pojdras Street, New 'Orleans., signed by onet more reftpoasible prsons/in Quiney.Tannary 13.lS4c'S 2 v Fa

44 We were shown, yesterday, Ly a mer. to be used furapummethandlc! ; our nose to money maiket. 'Th New York Courier has Feb. 3.1S49. 5 Cm the following manner, cit f arid Salt; 41

cantiln house of this city, fcveial boxes cf crncH with, not to be bit off; our mouth, to already anticipated that such a movement "p Gadsden SherilT's Sale.BY if"hts The Bid iinderrfignel for carrying the, mail'paaranfy Trorrt that la be, pi ECF.1 VEO per Brig OciUa, sad olhet vessels, I

cheese, which wo-jldpirt wooden nutmegs toboblosb. eat with, drink with, speak with, kiss with not would give relief to the money market.Union. .- firtueof ivo'wrUsof fieri facias, w-iucd from accepted by the Postmaster Gent-nl, shall enter into 1 C 2>>> 'pieces Basr'ing, J* r

To "all appearances they were A to ,be nude an outlet for curses upon our kind, the.CfrV} : t"Cc of the Circuit Court for Ihe an obligation! prior to itmefik.tIay of July next, M) coiU Roj4: 1S$. I
**o. 1. hard, and well tasted, for about an inch or a machine lo snap oil a fellow's thumb __ ______, __m t County of (;Gadsde-i. Mi'ldle Circuit of_Florida, and with good and sufficient sarctu-a, to ierfbrmn the service 6
iadfpih ; bat ihe intciior was made up of with our hands to work and play the fiddle \\> commend the following certificate fo Ihe attention ?- tome directcd.,' ficTeraSP./Alisnn.and! LlizaLonsworth F. proposed." I JfiHN DENh'IJ(
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preplFxccutr.rV.ir (Is, and ,.Abrahiaia K 'Ali&n, TLH snould ba accompanlf3 by the rf rtirlcat* pf appsitma i"arwpoitNoveinhr. 19. 1S4S.Picklsd I .I
nothing hut manufacturer
slush.
The tppar.ntly with, not td be fitted and fashioned into a of our readers, and rcctmroend tb clo Oliver Little, deceased, is deresidnt I ter, or other equivalent t*'rinv>ny. ifeaf the ,

*ia madfl up two cheese pans, about an inch sledgehammer! Jh any light we view jt, are dieted ,tolrj the rcmedyJIONDALT ;- have levied upon, and wIIuffer fr smIc, before the g'iaraat5rsare men of propcMy, intl nbe? to make Mullet v -- -

thickness, of good cheese, glued them to. fighting is an unnatural excrescence. It is a IVnn., Tan. 10,1847.Mr. Courl.boiisudoor in the town of Quincy, ont he tlr4t good Heir guarantee. f i'fl rlAr.rEq.. ;>>A i 1'1KLIULLET! of -.

gelher, opened an aperature at top arid then bumbag, and all humbugs ought to be Wrangled. .Selh W. Fowlc Dear Sirt You are at liltrtyfa Monday in March! IM'>, within legit hours, the following The proposal should bs sent t. the uVpaftracntl .J'J the tirjttatch Srtdln fine rder-
Poured |In descrmbe4\ |>roj> rlj\tn wit; .. sealed,endorsed4t Pronotls U f I-'tite Nf*. in j K r sale lo.t by UcNAUGHTG. ONZ I 4
his of ibe"tt
He is time
slops. Mtalnneul
1 forJfie
a rogue Men and boys ere tnade to jvo each vte Jblowing leiirfit of .,LuUiumberJifiy.eigbt-sitiiated m the. To n.i.f ," and adJresedv.to the First Assistant Postmaster Newport, !"bOVeTnbeT 1S6. ] 3 .

water, and should bo found Outs and bit other, and to Joyd.aud serve. God, Let them ajp.iclcd: Inlhf>car 1844 .I WM attacked nilh,Ibe Qilney. Levied upon aitheptopeftl ofaid defen- General. -, .v '.-_- -_- -. ._,-- .. 't41 --

tlm9 puUtihed; in et'eryiaper In the Union go, about this business," and C quit; cutting theirridiculous4' Liver Complaint, wWch .r>p rcntly, brought rnc lo d.Lot and *nbe .m1dto. .- zatisfya'4-. wrir.9f tier1rfclm Tor Ihe prohibition1 of Kid* resoUjng from cmnbi .iriation'l'nnd A. Mclntyro- '
*' :ii. yEST She tl.JLt the terrn and conditions on which'thetonirjcr : ,
t t'.Vas
antics before high leaven the brink onhegrarc. Dbrioj thy iickncsi .
A2Haci'UuZAltho *
black .
free tte- is to b"e mad;see. tKelist annaaTid rilsV- ? -
: Ll UM. *icrdd bjilifefl in our ju1aebutrccci_ t_ ._ '- -
at ia Afilca, a police ordinance was Ulely Years ever, ( pt-yfictans .. fnemt -4IJ ,.-
auid vcd oo help I also tried the ari6Ui reinrOiri? fee- ; JOIINSOX- Po4tiM4tfr s $ : rii-s ; iIl}; .
by which U is forbidden that any per. 4 .Wantcd C, funeral.Wa Jj. offers h'e) pr&fwimfalserTicesi to thc'cil
a should VflEN a stranger treats trie with want of mnended for Iuem.' but tbjy ffditr.e Fo'nOthct fl1.at3kEcT, .. Le-enasi1LrTPt7ndinCo.nttv, ?- *J
publically worship aiigators! tkun jbf I I.ndVi jjj
' :fJrcJ> r TaMorib; will be jbjVrt re'ncU" iaida: 1)twf philosopher, I comfort no relief. A* a Ii t>f'crt fvsfe1sded to |rt\ ;. sKm1hT'&cQJarejr : >bin tW,January& 1,1ti". :it thms-rkcN.Pt1Kb'Id. .

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PROCLAMATION Gndsdcn Co. Tax Collectors Sale. Insurance. <
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virtue of the vested lawl .S 1 : FLORIDALANPS. virtue. of a Decree in Chancery, rendered in
power mine by ftSAPARiLLA
BY the JJtna Insurance- the Circuit Court (
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.hal expose for Sale for Cashbefore the Court By Company Lon Counly, on the 13th
House dor,in the town of Quincy,on Monday the OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.THIS Tnemvat eltraordlnarj Medicine la,the World. day of December,A. D. a cause therein dep .
16th of continues her Agent at? CIRCUIT FLORIDA, Din(, wherein the Southern Life Insurance
day April next, the following decsribed property Company-still EASTERN JUDICIAL &
)? or 8 much (thereof I will pay the Sate and .. ,Tbe promptness and stability of Circuit Court of St. John't County.- Comp ny'and the State of Florida were Complainants .
I County taxes due thereon for the year IS : tbe Company fo the last thirty years, is a sufficient ,atidWilliam Borney Defendant, I shall
-IV The lands purporting to belong to the Apalachicola guarantee of her soundness.' She,has stood the test MONDAY. 13th DAY or NOVEMBER, A. D.1-S. proceed to sell!; in front of Ihe Court House dor.i ia

Land Company,situated in the County of Gads- of all the great fires in New York and other parts 01the IN CHANCERY. thg city' of Tallahassee,on the frt Monday' March

den bounded North by the line of demarcation, United States and so arranges her business thatno PEAL!., and others,) next, the following Lands, to
West by Apalachicola rivrr. South by the county of one fire can cripple or injure her not allowing >Suit for Partition. The W i of the S W 4 of See 21 r lh E I of lbs
Franklin,and East by the Ocklorkonnee river.J. her Agents to take over a certain amount of risk in ii ami.'others. ) S W 4 of Sec 21 ; the'E j of the S B Sec 201
W. OGILVIE, any on.W
Tax Collector, Gadsden County Fla. of T (be report of George Watson, ., E 4 otSec2S; and the W i of Ihe N E 4 of Sec
wo. upon 2
PT THE GOVEUOfl or THE STATE or FI/OBIDA. October 71 h 1649. 2 -. are letclc promptly, agreeably to tbe A.M.herd Randolph, and Thomas C.Ellis, Commissioners all in T 3, N of R 3 Et containing in all o1p

1TIJEREAS. It it required by law: Hut an eli-c- d declarations- ty. We are thankful for the appointed therein under and by virtue of a com' 60-100 acres, and being ia the County of
'S V lion be held in this State on the first Monday Gadsdcn Co. Tax Collectors Sale. past pafronatge. and beg our friends to ni whenever mission issued out of and under the seal of this Leon. ,

;in May next, (tot i Reguter of Public Lands, to hold BY virtue of the power vested in me by law I they t wish inurancesnd we will tke risks on a Court ;fand on reading and filing said report, which Terms-Cash. Deeds at purchaser's cosls.

vintil the first Monday of October, 1S50; alto for rhall expose for sale for Cash, before the favorable terms a any Company of entral standing. I bears date March, 1848,by wbich it appears that JOlN, B KEE.
Judges of Probate for the several Counties to hold Court House door, in the town Quincy, on Monday J. R. FORTUNE, AgeT t, t the said Commiaioner certify and repoi t .that they Muter in .
fill the first Modayo October, 1551.and for Just. the HHb day of April next, the following described At the Tin Manufactory. Thit>Extract iiput vp in quart bottles: it is six find the land so situated that a partition thereof .January 27, 1S49.. 4 Is **'-. ,

e,of the Pee Diittirt in the several property or so much theieof will pay the Tallahassee Anetxt 19. 1849. 5U.S..MAIL times cheaper pleasanter and warranted superior cannot be made without prejudice to some of the In. Chancery.
ties, to hold for two tears,(all of lid officers to continue State and Coun'taxes due thereon for theyear f 349.Th LINE to n16old.: It cure disease without vomitingpuringsickcningordebilitatingttiepaticnt.- owners and t heavy< expense to all;" and the objections -
in office till their ,uC.elot ahall be elected Est hai(E |n) of South East quarter, (S. 'j j to said report being witbdrawn.it was, on IN MADISON CIRCUIT COURT.
and ) E 4)) y.one,(S 21)North East quarter, .and Decreed Theodore HaririJge Adminislralor
qualified: beauty and of this Sarsa- motion of counsel Odtrtd. Adjuilged Thomas Lire
IT I utRKBT OHDERKD That the lid election (N E 1)) Nftrth West quarter (N W n) Section THE great overall other superiority medicine is, that while and this Court authority therein iog.fm. deceased, '

DC held I throughout the State, according to law,and t wcnt.twn, (S 22)) Township two, Range seven t eradicates tbe disease it invigorates the body. It v doth order,adjudge and decree,tbathe said vs.
the officer whore duTy it is to Older said electiona (T2 Creek, R 7)) North and West on the waters of Crooked i is one of the very best Spring and Summer medicines report'ete,and all things therein contained, ratified The Widew! Heirs,'and Creditors of Thomas LT'ingston !
the Lands
will take notice hereof. purporting to belong to Fabian
i and deceased.
the whole
known; it not only purifies system confrme.
Witness my land and the great seal of the State mislead. eye and strengthens the but it creates new, pure It is Ordetd, Adjudged, and Decreed, IN obedience to a Decree ot the Honorable Court
given at the Capitol.thh 20th day of Janu J. \V. OfilLVIE. From Tallahassee to Macon. person M. of the County 1 of in the
rich blood; a power possessed by no other med George Payne Micanopyin Chancery abe cause,notice i if hereby .
I/LAL.aTyS. D. 1949 and of the Independence Tax Collector, Gadsden County, Fla. ITirowgA in /br/y-/tco hourt from Tallahassee tt an i And in this lies I the (grand secret of its wonderful Tat James Child of said Micanopy and given to all creditors of late Thomas Livingston
of the United States! the 73d year. October 7th, 1S49. 2 _Ua on, and to Charleston in three days, success. It has performed within the last two William A. Forward St. Augustine,in the County to render to the undersigned, a Master in

WM. D. MOSELEV, Governor. Gadsdeti Co., Tax Collectors Sale. in time to tat the.Mai Roots o years, more than 3O.OOO cures of severe cae. of t of St. John's norda. three suitable and competent for the County of Madisonon or bore the Cbance'

Attest : .' day. disease at least 0.000yere considered incurable. be are. hereby appointed Commissioners day (26th) of Mach next, 1949, the amounhdatesand ,-
A. E. MAXWELL, Secretary of State.January BY virtue (the power vested in me by lw. I huE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, It t has saved; the lives of more than ,OOO children persons for the purpore of carrying out the decree character of their c6ir, and they hereby have'notice
2C' JSI9. 2m expose f.r vale for Cash, JL Wednesdaysand Fridays, at 4 o'clock. A. M., said II.. to file the in
: the past season in the city of New York alone. of this Court in cause. further ordered same my office on before the
Court House: door, in the town of Quincy on Mon and arrive in Macon,(lia Quincy Hainbiidge, Newton More than adjudged, and decreed That the said lands date above mentoned. when I will proceed o to holreference
Leon County day *th.10th day of April next, the following described Albany, Amerius. and Perry) on Tuesdays!, ( cases of Chronic Rheumatism; be sold at public auction by and under the directionof a such information will enable

TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.BY property so much thereof will 1 pay the Thursday*, Satlr a"s. at 10 o'clock, P. M., in 3,0, cases of Dyspepsia ; tbe said George M. Payne James Child, and William me to report a legal distribution of a the amtr
virtue* ot power veiled in m by hrr, I State and county taxes due the eon for the year 1S49- : time for ihe cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on 4,000cases General Debility and want of Energy; A. Forward, Commissioners hereby appointedas of the estate of said deeeaed aong'the creditor
have levied th upon, and shall expose 'tor 'ale', before Section fifteeen. (S 15)) Township two, (T 2)) Monda, Wednesdays,and Friday. at t 4.ccok. A. 7,000 cases of the ditferent Female complaints; aforesaid at the' town of Micanopy, in the said to the Court. Dated. 13th( December, 1&49.
Range I"en. (R 7)) North and West (N W) on M.,and arriving in Tallahassee on T lsJa's, hurl. the of February
the Court 1 House door,in t the city of.ral.bul' & 2,000casesof Scrofula ; County of Alachua,on twenty-first day JOHN C. McGEHEE,
the
t waters 01 l Crooked Creek the Lands; purporting day!, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M. This line 1849 and that the sales be continued from day to in for
on the first Monday in May next, ((1t49.the) folow. to I 1,500 eases of Liver Complaint ; ; Mater Chancery Madison County-
thereof belong to I. S. Catliti, situated in the county of connect* with the Central Rail Road,Savannah, Augusta till-the be and that said Commissioners January IS49.
ing described property, or so much al Gadsden. 2,500 cases of Diseases the Kidneys and Dropsy;: day same completed ; ,4
pay the State and County Taxes due I thereon for the J. W- OGILVIE, Millcdgeville and. Western Rail Road to Co- 2,000 cases of the Gravel 1 ; do cause notice of,said sale to be immediately
year ISISto wit : Tax Collector, Gadsden County, Fla. I Itrabus Ga. It also connects with the Mail Lint 1,000 cases of the Yellow Jaundice; published .until the day of sale in the fol Chancery Sale.

TTrat body o land lying in (tIll County of Leon, October 7th, 1 ISIS.S 2 from Quincy to Chattahoochie, and thence to Apa. l/jOO cases of the Dropsy ; lowing newspapers,to wit Union and National In of a Decree in Chancery,entered and
l lachicola. can go from Tallahassee to I of C. IN pursuance
Charleston
hounded North by the line ollernarcation. West by Passengers 8,000 cases of he telligencer, Washington Courier at the last Fall Term of the Cirevit
the Oclockoncc River South by Wakulla County, Middle Circuit of Flol"dn-GndS-j Columbus in three days, and but one night will be i And thousand* of cases ofdieasesoftheblood, viz: Charleston: S. C., Commercial Bulletin New Court of Gadtden County in the cause wherein
and East by the St. Marks River,known as *' ForbesPurchase. dl'l I spent on the road between T.laha.ce and Macon. Ulers. Erysipelas Salt Rheum Pimples on the Orleans. Georgian and Republican. Savannah. Ga., Smith Parraroore are Complainants,and John C.
and to tot the Nancy Corop. ) The public may rest assured ,every atentioni I Head Tetter Journal;Montgomery.Ala., Sentinel and Floridian, &
purporting belong Apalacb- Woo Scald Neuralgia, 3tc.,&c., together Love is I (as the special Matter ia
kola Land Company. S IN CHANCERY. be paid to the comfort of Ibl.e who with numerous cases of Sick Headache, Pain Florida,:and that notice be given by hand-bills ao] ; Deendnt. .hat. ) the first

W iofSElSec7.Ty.R2SandE. ; W i of r Edward. D. Wood. ) this Line. in I he Side and Chest,Spinal Affect ions,ic. &.C., and that the said Commiuioner shall in the sale oCsaid Monday in March next,between purpose the hours on of ten

1 E I, Sec I!, T 2, R 2, S and E.owner unknown.E IT having been made to appear by affidavit 'to 'the FARE: ." This H 'the most successful medicine known in lands, be guided by the map of the,grant, made and two o'clock, offer for tale at public ".
i S W J, Sec 26.T J. R1 J.I Nand W.owner un- Hon. Thomas Baltzcll, Judee of said Court that From Tallahassee to Quincy, 2 >0; to Bainbridge! diseases of the Kidneys and Dropsy and all affections by Messrs.:Burr, Washington, and Merrylate Corn- fore the Court House'door. in the. town of outcry
known. the above named defendant Edward D. resides $5 ; to Albany, $11 I and to Macon, S22. of the Urinary Organ Several thousand cases have missioners, and shall sell the fractional sections in the following named 'slave, to wit Quiocy,

Wi{ lot ?'o. IP! lying and being in old plan city out of Florida and within the limits Wo. U- WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors.By been reported a cured when all other remedies have quantity and form a laid down on said map ; and hue, being the slave J negro mentioned in the: said de
JOHN M. YARN
ef Tallahassee, owner unknown.Lot nited States, to wit, in the State of Louisiana: Agent. failed.Hundreds. the said Commisioner to have discretion to sell in cree. Terms of sale! ,cash.
No. 2, frac nee 13: lots 1 and 2, (rae sec 23 ; It therefore OrderedThat the above named de. (0-[ : OfhYe at the Planter's hotel, Talahu.ee-C., of cases of Fits and Nervous Dseses.p fractions, quarter sections, and sections, or in such ISAAC R. HARRIS
section 21; W i, and N E J of Sec 25, and lots Nn.t fendant appear and answer the Bill of Complainant E. BAILEY Agent; at Maj. NATHANS, Quincy. originating in Debility have been entirely quantities a they may deem proper and best calculated in ,

2, 3, 4, S, 6, and 7, of Sec. 26, i in Township 2, Nor r fled herein before the Cent day of March next- July 17, 184. 52 thousand of cases of Dysentery.Diarthoe and Summer for the interest of the parties, leaving; out the ,January 27,19-19. SPdallbste ChanCR'
R I W, containing 2131 acres, purporting to belong ise complainant's bill will be taken pro con- Just Received, Complaint. private and adverse grant a* laid down on said map. .
to Albert A. Pickett and John H. Gindrat. fesso. CAUTION. .And it is falle ordered, tfe., that for the purpose Sale of Real Estate.
W i of N W I of Sec 17, T 1, R1, Sand E, belonging It is further Ordered That this order be published AT LEWIS & AMES' Drug Store, a fresh: supply r C Lo1 out for Imitations.-Unprincipled per. of permitting claimants to purchase to the extent ,
to estate of A. Branson for taxes due for r in the Q'lincy Timesra newspaper printed in the New and Valuable Medicines-among which I (hae copied our labels, and put up medicine in I of their interest in said lands,the nominal value IN pursuance and by virtue of an order and d. .

jean IS.:. IS46, Ib47 and ISIS. town Quincy, once a week for the period of three are the following: the same shaped bottles. See that each Bottle has I of said lands is fixed at one dollar per acre, and that the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for th
Section 15T I. R I. r and E purporting to belong months. Nov. 18, iSIS. DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RETOHATIVE the written signature of S. P. TOWNSEND.N. each and every claimant in said lands may, if he, Counly of Jefersn', Lwill expose to.public saU, !
l to W. G.Could. THOMAS BALTZELL- Judge. BITTERS B.-Persons inquiring for this medicine should she, or they, think proper bid at this valuation to auction' Court House door,in Monticello*
JAMES W. SHERWOOD \. K. AI.LISOV Comp. Solicitor.A Designed for, and will cure, D>*pepsia,Liver Com not be induced to take any other. Druggists put up I the amount of the value of the number of acres decreed on the first Monday in March next, being the 5th

Tax Assessor and Collector Leon Count' true copy: I. R. HARRIS, Clerk. plint. Piles, Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred I Samparilbs.and: of course prefer selling their own,. to them in this partition, without paying money day thereof, all the right,title, and interest of Mary

October 21.1S4S. 1 h'Ta By R. C. Lester, D. C. resulting from a disordered stomach or im others have purchased that put up in small bottles, a i is provided in cases of other purchasers ;but Drewlte of said county, decnl of. in, and to
Dcc.2 1848. 2 pure tale of blood. and because they make greater profit, recommendthem I should claimants purchase over and above the amount: ting Lands,lying in said county,
Sale.
Collector's DR. HULL'S WORM LOZEGI not be deceived by any-inquire for Dr. of their interest under said valuation then, for any: known and designated in the Land Office of the United I
BY virtue' of the authority vested iit me by law, I 1 III Wakulla Circul Court. The safest, most t effectual, and pleasant : I Townsend's- and take no other. such excess, they shal comply with conditions herein States at Tallahassee a follows:
have this day levied upon and will expose for Daniel Ladd Compt., } Chancery Fall Term. before the public, for the eradication of WOHM, in I Principal Office, 126 Fulton st.,Sun Building, N. imposed on purchaser *'nd it further TheW | of NW .Lthe S E | of N \4.and th.NElof .
tale,belore the Court louie in the city of Tallahassee ".. > December, :"h. 1S4S. Children or Adults. Y., 105 South Pearl street Albany and for sale by ordered !fe.r that said sale, (excepting the interest SE Jof Sec 19in T 3..of R -, North and .
on the first March nest, the folow. Joseph F. Dyer Deft. J Bill to foreclose mortgage.. HULL'S COUGH LOZEXGF., all the principal Druz:;icls and Merchants generallythroughout of climant) shall be made by said Commissioners; East,contaning ICO acres, moie or I Ins.

ing property, or *o much ,thereof as wi nay appearing to the satisfaction of the Court Will PREVENT Consumption an& 1 cases of t the United States, West Indies, and the on fo1o\ing term,to wit: One-third of the pur- :.. Sufficient to pay epnse. cash-
State and County Taxes due thereon the year IT affidavit in this case, that by Colds, Asthma,Spitting ol Pains, the Side, Canada chase money cash, the remainder in three instal- the balance on a liberal credit, security.
lSI?, to wit; of the State of Florida, and Joseph F.the Dyer residesout I Shortness of Breath and all other Pulmonary Com A fresh supply of the above valuabled medicine ments, of one, twoand three years.with interest at Purchaser to pay for titles. _

Nos.9,10.11,12, 12, in Sec 2 :- $
., containing acres in each lot, a per plat ot I Ordered, That the said Joseph F. -ALSO- EDWARD BARNARD, Jr. sign,seal,and execute with the purchasers written Of Jefferson County, adz of .
survey by II.T. Blocker County Survejor and sold I II said, do appear and plead, answer or Dyer demur, as, to afore the DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS D. LA1J. Newport. or printed contracts,conditiont for tbe executing of Jefferson County January 27, 4 fit
for taxes due 1315 of land sold the 17th Well known Safe Certain and Effectual Cure
on acres on I as a November 11, 1848. Cm title when shall be -
perfect
of
lid the said bill will purchase money
January, 1S4S, by M. A. Long, Commissioner in a of bi comllint or the said defendant. betaken I (or Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever Intermittent paid and further conditioned,that if any instalment Notice. I

suit between William Walke'r.Halley and Henry Gee against t ded, That o'lfn'l the publication of this order be-made Prod inI : and all other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-Jive STATE OF FLORIDA : be not paid at the time it becomes due, all money: ALL creditors, lezatees, and persons entitled 'to

R.I. Call and G. K. some newspaper printed in the city of Tallahassee Cents per Box. In middle Judicial Circuit of FIn previously paid shall be forfeited ; and that the i tribtlion in the estate of Archibald Graham
J. W. SHERWOOD once a week for the perioJ of four months. The abote Medicines, fresh and genuine, are for Gndsdcn Term, 1848. said Commissioners shall have a right to re-enter deceased, are hereby notified that their claims and .1

Tax "lllor and Collector Leon County. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. sale by LEWIS & AMES.' IN Co-Fnl, William H.A rmistead and John upon the lands sold, and take possession of the same !' demands, will be barred at the expiration of two I;

November- 18.1849. IS ts A true copy ; 2 Gco. L. BIIYANT,Clerk. Tallahassee, Armistcad, Cvmps.and without let, hindrance or !incumbrance, thiougb or years from the granting of leter of administration j
Tax Collector's Sale. For certificate of recommendation, and other information R from the purchaser. Andit ufut1t Ordered,SfC.,I to the undersigned, unless same are exhibited J
Hamilton County Tax Sales. concerning I the above Medicines,see future That the said Commissioners deposit tbe monit within the said two years to the undersigned.
BY virtue of the authority vested' in me by law, :I advertisements, and pamphlets, which ma be obtained Allen B. Spooner is Matilda arising from the sale of said lands, as fast the .WILLIAM G. J\
virtue of the vested in Between W. his wife,& John E.Johnson a POZDER. Eeutor.
hate this day levied upon, and will elpOe for BY power me by law, :I of the Agents. same are paid into their hands, in the.Bank of January 20. 1849. I
sale, before the Court luuse, in the city of Talla. hal expose for sale, before the Court loult March 18, 1948. 3! &William R. A. Johnson Charleston, in the State of South Carolina, and that I
last
hassee on the first June next, the door town of Jasper Hamilton County, named defend
) St. Lewis surviving of the firm
folow- said monies shall not be drawn from said Bank, except Randolph
ing property.or so much thereof as n i ill I 1 pay I rida, on the fourth Monday in April, 1849- the fol Drugs, Medicines, &c. ant being a minor Defendi on the joint draft of said Commissioners, under of Waddel Randolph &. prlne"Benjamin
and Taxes due the lowing described property, or so much thereof J J Lwii. bJ C
: County by owners thereof for the :* anl. order of this Court the Lewis, vs.Clement .
year 1848to wit : will be sufficient to pay the State and County taxes: ., EDWARD BARNARD, JR., IT appearing lo the that the defendants in I And an it further directing, the same.said Commissioners B. Barrett.

Lots. os. 19. and part of 175, and 76, O. P., and duethereoniortheyear ISIS, to wit: received by the Sate arrivals, a the above cause are non residents: of the State of make a full and ample to this defendant and all ether interested are her*
132, N. A. of TaUasee. belonging t reel fr. 1, Range 13, North and East, purporting to belong DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of It is ordered by Ihe said Court on motion of P. W. behalf. proceedings returnable to a Justices Court to be held at Tallahassee -

Lots. Nos. 81, S2, 63, 84, and 65, N. A. of city of to the estate of Benjamin Chaires. are of good quality, lota for Cash. White Solicitor for the Complainant, and the aid on the ISth day of December next,and to ap-
Tallahassee AlsnIheEIofS( i E 4. the W i S W i Defendants are hereby directed and required to
belonging to Charles F. Merrcr.JAME. 4andST4oftheStV1andIheWoftheSE1oSee2 E a general assortment ol the follow- appear to which above refers are knownas and plead to the same. 1
and the dere pea
Bill of Jnd.
Complaint's Te
.' Complaint
W. SHERWOOD enuiue.i7: .n'we under hand and seal this 27th of
Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon Ceunty. the W i of the N W J, and the N E 4 of the N W RowanJ's Improved Tonic Mix !by; the first Monday of April next, (IS49,) or that hundred and nine?. Grant thousand containing acres, consisting about two of November, A. D.my 1S4S. day j

November, IS. 1S48. 18 fl 4 of Sec 33, Township I, Range 13, North and East, i al am of Wil Cherry, Brandreth's confessed in default tbereot the Complainants Bill be taken I fine Hammock,Prairie and Pine Lands. entire JOHN H. Constable. 1 i
purporting to belong to the Union Cank. against them I the said Defendant Te RHODE.
C I
Tax Collector's Sale. Also, lot No 3 of fractional section 1,in Townahip Worm Cough and Dinner-Lozenges Cathartic Bonpland's Camphor And it i is further Ordered, That a copy of this order tract has been accurately surveyed, di.ide December 2. 1848. 2 3m i

BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I I 1, South of Range 17, East, Laying on the Suwannee Celebrated F'everand Ague Remedy,Lucenia Cordial, be published. weekly in.one newspaper .in the after townships the manner and sections of the-Public plats Surveys of which, into have ranges been, Notice. !
hare this day levied upon, and will expote for River purporting to belonl to S. R. Thompson. Thompson's Eye Water McMunns' Elixir of Opium, Stale nf Florida, one in tl.e City of Washingtonandone and obtained St. w.k after dare I apply to the Honora
at and SIX .hal 1
prepared Augustine
ale,before the Court House in the city of Tallahassee Also, the S W 4 of Sl Towruhip 1, Range 13, Sands Sarsaparilla, Turners Fever and Ague Pills, in the City of New York for the apace of two Jacksonville.This may b of Wakulla county, fir :
on the first Monday in March next, the folow. South and East, purporting to belong to William J. Tyler's ditto, Gordon's Billious and Anti-Dyspeptic months from Ihe insertion thereof in each of said of land regarded the best in letters of administration on the estate of John Grant
large body as
lands much Mills. Pills papeis.-The object of this suit ii to procure partition 1
ing or an thereof as will pay Beck wit h' Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Peters' and all Florida,lies between the 29th and 30th deceased. DANIEL LADD.
and County taxes due thereon for the jcar 1516, (to WILEY LEE Tax Assessor Spencer's Pills, and i is Agent for S. Townsend' of the lands of John C. 'rmistead. decease. latitude, midway .between the paralebor New Port, Jan. 1, 1S49. : I
wit and Collector for Hamilton lying and situated in the Stale of Florida, nearly
: County 18-S. celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart botles. at $1 per : and the and is climate and
at
Gulf adapted once by
E i N EIandESE1 I i. Sec l:; 1VSW| J J.U. J. October, 1 1819. 14 bottle. Also, superior Lemon Syrp. prepared from : !the above named Complainants Defendants are : fertility of soil, to the production of sugar. long and MILLER &BROKAWS I Ik
and
.
Sec all in Tl, R 2, Nand E.containing2.1( pure Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the I rnterete. known and described as the \bal
acres, and belonging to the estate ot Benjamin Ha. sick or ordinary use than that usually sold, London quarter, Sec. 31, T. 3, N. and W ; E short staple Cottons,Rice, Spanish Tobacco ArrowRoot Lirery & Sale Stable,
Notce.SJX Sec &.c., and swept over daily by the sea
quarter 31, T. 3, R. 5, N. and W N
Indig.
deceased ;
the of H. W.
gan, or estate Braden, deceased Porter, &c. E hal
months after to the & breeze beyond portion of the South TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
Hon. Sec.
,and the Union Bank of Florida. apply June 10. iSIS. 47 quarter 31, T. 3R. :N. and W; W. any _
JAMES W. SHERWOOD of Probate for the County of Jefferson, quarter Sec. 3 T. 3, 5. N. and W; W. S. country of the Unite States., Lying in the imme- TIF.ub ri i"have moved up to their fire-proof
Tax Assessor and Collector Leon County. for Itter of dismission a Administrator de btnisnon For New York. W. qr.Sec.3. .3, R. :;. N. and.W.N. E. hal diate Lake Orange between which Stables, and take. this opportunity to in.
November 25, 1549. 19 t h Famuliat Macrae, late of said County, dec'd. Sec.9,T. 3. 3N.and W ; S E quarter Sec. 9.T. 3, and the Ocklawahaw river now navigable,a communication form their( friends and tbe public generally of
RICHARD. HARRISON. Jt 3, N.and W; N. W. quartci Sec. 9T. 3R.3, may and will be made at moderate cost; an fact. Being thanktul the liberal patronage lb y
Notice. Jefferson County &ptember 9, iSIS. 8 Cm : and W; N. E. quarter Sec. 8, T. 3, R. 3, N.and easy and cheap connection will be established between have heretofore received, they solicit a continuanc.
WW.'half N: W. quarter Sec. 10, T. 3, R. 3, N. this region and the cities on the Atlantic of the same'and pledge themselves to no
SIX months after date, I.hal apply to the lion Bacon, Flour, &c. ard W; W. half Sec. 7, T. 1. R. 5. N. and coast whis in the natoie of things, a rail road for the accommodation of those who may spare patronise pain

Judge of the County of Gads- CASKS TiE REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS between r E; W. halfN.E. quarterSec. 7T. 1R. 5, Nand across Peninul and through this b of land, them. Their Stables are situated on Washington

dro for letters of dicmiition a Executor on the estate i t, 10 barrels CLEAR Flour BACON SIDES, York and St. Marks and Newport, will I E; W. half S. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1, R. 5,N. and will soon : and become great commercial Snae.in the most convenient part of the town, and
of Samuel Strickland,dfc'd late of said county IOU Potatoes, commence running at the opening of the fall. trade F; E.halfN.E. quarter Sec. 7T. I. R. 5, N. and and social thorough fare between said cities and convenience, they. cannot be surpassed
H. H. STRICKLAND Executor. and continue throughout tbe entire year, viz: ; E. hal S E. quarter See. 7, T. 1, R. 5, N. and and those on the borders of the Gnlph.In by any Stables i in the Southern country*
January 27. 1549. 4DIssoluton : Apples E. view of the delightful climate, of the fertility
Brig WARCALLA, Josseljn, Master, being in Ihe counties of Gadsden and November IS, 1S4S. 13
Leat Lard :
:keg" OCILLA, Trim do. Jefferson, amounting to 1840 and 32 acres. ">f Ihe soil, of the rich and varied staples, most of
Western 310
Butter, LUCY Homer, do. Dated January 10, 18. which are confined to region of very limited extent UNITED STATES
? under t the) 2 harrel dried Peach es. which give character to tbe lands now offered
TiE co-partnership existinp SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (new,) THOMAS BALTZELL,Judge.
fame and style of Lloyd &Fl.gg, I this day: Just reeivrd per Schr. T-Uabalsee. and for sale WACISSA, Perry, do. (new.) P. W. WHITE Sol! for Comps.A for sale it is believed that no portion of our wide Wholesale, Clothing Warehouse.
dissolved by mutual consent. by McNAUGHT &ORMOND. These Brigs are built in the most substantial manner true copj from the minute spread domain offers higher inducement(or the investment

W. F, LLOYD. Newport, November 2:, IS43.. 19 expressly for tiiis trade, and are commanded b 7 Attest HARRIS., C'lk. Gadsden Cir. Ct. of capital, or promises rewards to LEWIS & HANFORD
F. H. FLAGG. careful and experienced Captains. Freight and Bl R. C. Lester, D.C. I Ihe industry of the poor man. ,
Notice. passage examination of these lands i is invit Nos. 959 & 256 Pearl
JanuarylO.(27I84.] 4 o at the lo\yct rates. Agents January 13th. 1549. 2 : An earnestly Street
SIX months after clte. shall apply to the Hon. COE ANDERSON & CO., ed-and any information which undersigned can (Between F lton.st and Burling Slip)
Salt and Rice. ; of the County of Jefferson, 10 Beaver street, New York. Land For Sale give will be promptly furnished' on application to NEW YORK

; sale to arrive in Brig Fiorina for letters of dismission as Administrator of Faul de JOHN DENHAM. A RARE CHA.VCE! either of them. _
FOR Sacks Malhabe, deceased. McNAUGHT ORMOND The sale of these lands will be begun at the time KAY. OX HAND THE LAK6CST.,ASSOKTXSJfT

23 small packages Liverpool Carolina Salt RiCe.McNPiUGIIT RICHARD HARRIS )N. & Newport., THE land. north known I the "Overstreet near the Tract Thomas-," 9 and plce. and on the terms set forth in the degree CLOTHING -

Si D. Jefferson County, September 9, 1818. 8 f Q Newport August 12,1848. 4 yule road, ofTatabase. the undersigned act. No money will IN TIlE'UNITED
O1I Bnnch'l plantation, containing be received other than such as will be taken on deposit STATES
Ne\"por January 27,1S49. Land for Sale.A Fie and Mare Insurance 7 or terms 600 acres. Will be sold low, and on by the Bank of Charleston a equivalent to Adapted to the Southern.and Soutbwestera Mark***.
satisfactory to one wishing to For
purchase. and it is that
specie proposingto
LEWIS &AMES, VALUABLE tract of land, i offered at private r further particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, become; purchasers Inggeted., do well persons to make depositsin In the article of
XX sale, situated mile of : Protection Insurance wi
one Marion
DEALERS IN Cross Company or DANIEL LADD, New Port. said Bank, and with them certificates of SHIRTS AND
Roads, in and.half Jan. DRAWER.
Jferon County, a mile North of 13, 1849. tf-
DRUGS.) MEICINE.PAll OIL the St. AUjutine Rad. The 'tract contains 320( Of New Jersey : such deposits. We keep a endless variety.

Toilet !rldu, rtrumtr ., Window Class, acres, and under tolerable AT SOMERVILLE, Confectionery and GEO.l. PAYNE ALSO THE MOST SXTXXSITE MANVFACTVXM
M
AND fence, half hammock CAPITAL $-200.000-Chartered February 1848. Baer. ,
CoI.o1sApothecarlcs' abut one the balance KINDON would and WM. OIL CLOTHING
Glass Ware. pine It is watered go I HENRY A. FORWARD
&c. by numerous springs r generally, that he has on hand and
rp' above constantly on hand,and for sale at the best spring water: in the State, extremely healthy, This Company insures on Merchandize,Furiture, i is constantly manufacturing CANDIES of all kinds, December 9,1843. 21 Commissioners. ANE.COVERED.
above
-E1itors in whose notice of sale
JL lowest make prices. an in one mile of a school and church. Buidings, Machinery, Foctories, and property I gen such as: papers hATS
goo I of lands is required to be given will insert the same In Ihe World.
LEWIS be and
sold
cheap on reasonable terms and city country. PEPPERMINT LEMON DROPS
&AME. ad I erll ,
__TaUabu e._November 20. ISt. clear warrantee title given. CINNAMON LEMON CANDY, twice weekly in their respective rpen.li day orsle .Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all kin 'i b ,and forward their accounts to LEWIS ,
at
Persons within HANFORD.
Fore Sulphate of Quinine. premises.and informed; to purchase of the wi, on be application shown the; William Thompson DtECTOR., Payson, N. York.: WINTERGREEN HOARHOUND, BARLEY; CANDY, ers, at S.Augitinf by the month of June-,when .Mi. 332 4236 ftort Sh

THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and I to J. F. Dewit. or to C. W. DEWITT, Agent, Peter L. Stryker, Matthew Rudadale{ .And'various others, among them several that are the sid wi b paid. December 23, l4S. 23 3

ounces of Sulphate of Quinine,which they 16. 184$. 22 Marion Cross Roads. James Taylor, J. S. Mcintyre, Brooklyn I. useful for colds and cough.,and is prepared to manufacture Wakulla Circuit -
have obtained dirf from the manufaturer and I David Sanderson, G. F. Power any, and all that may be ordered, both COu. I Leon Circuit Cou.
they will to be a superior article. To Turpentine Dippers.WE William J. Bowne, wholesale reail.kind JN CHANCERY.-BILL' RELIE SPRING TERM.'

We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medi. hare on hand a supply of the proper WM. THOMPSON, President.VOOR1JEES He is an prepared to carry on Baking in,all its Henry H. Walker, Complainant, Thouslin Lumpkin.Acen Qr]189.
cines by r ttt an.ial.! and are prepared to execute for this business,which we offer for sale.toot J. H. Secretary.THE : branches,from the plain Loaf of Bread to Ihe most ., f'. Robert, Lumpki Attachment.
orders tar lae, at wholesale or retail, McNAUGHT ORMOND. -, I. exquisite Cakes and Pies. .Patties and the publiccan Joseph Delafield and Lewis Curtis,Trustees of theApalachicola Debt $900.,

on We the most accommodating terms. Newport, November 18, 1848. & 18, Agent are authorized (to state' to the cut- always be accommodated by giving timely notice Land Company.. et a/., Dtftndanl. William Carpenter.. j Damlt gT VTHE -
have also a few accounts yet dne to us for the this Company that they recognize at the Bakery and Confectionary, on Jefferson street, TT appearing to the satisfaction of Cour by defendant and all others interested will%
year 184,7 They are generally in small amounl, Notice. the Courts of ,the different States of the Unionwhere I opposite the Auction Room of R. H. Berry, Esq., X affidavit made in this case, that taknoticeollb.inaitQtionol the abevesuilby
but ifthe whole could be paid shortly, it go ( they have agents,) in case of difference,and Tallahassee,Dec. 16,1S43. and Lewis Trustees Joseph.Del6eld I atachment, appear plead to the declara-.
subscriber I
far taken out letters admin- 2 Curt.
liquidating certain sums which rUE having that their are instructed' conform .
to.,4. we owe. the Agent to the McLane, Augustus Davis and George Gris- tled this case within the time prescribed by
LEWIS AMES. on estate of Joshua H. Bjul. lati usages of responsible,Companies in the settlement In Leon Circuit Court law. U.N.
& of Wakulla deceased wold reside out of tbe State of, Florida,and beyond I GRAY.
April 29, 1S48. 41 County, hereby notice of louses. .
'ie James Oates, Compt In the this Court but in the Attorney for Plaintiff.
to all claims ) Chanceiy. jurisicioL'
persons having against said. estate to The hare been Unite
Thomas Jeff. Heir present them tome,' or to Benjamin Byrd of tbe ubscribe. appointed Agents by vs. >, December, 194S- Slate. That the said Joseph December 30, ISIS. 2. 3:
County, authorized within Lon abor Company for Tallahassee and its vicinity..LEWIS P. Rebecca F. Oates,Def ') Bill for Ditorce.1iTiting field and .Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid, and
ray agent 'two '
!X AND COUNSELLOR AT years, properly 'i AMES. .Louis McLane Charles Davis and Circuit CourtMonroeC
LAW agreeabie Augustus uty.
ATO authenticated to law, or they will: August 12, 1819. ?' 6m T to the satkfacitnifihi Court by George
in the Cite lit Court In of in this Griswpld,do appear and plead answer, or demur to A. BaielU
WILL"practice each b bare recovery; and all persons indebted will case that Rebecca Frances Oat cv, Joseph In Attif haient.
Middle Circiit and in ,the Su- please make payment immediately. Four and Potatoes. the said defendant resides beyond the jurisdiction of lid bill of,complint.. or the said bill b taken farconfessed ,.. Debt $3000.

pre:. Court"and United Stales Di.trit Court a I OLIVE BYRD. Administratrix. OA: this Court and out of the Slate of Florida, but' in : Provided, publication FrncIsco X. .1. Ealo.
Tallahassee.Monticello. Sopchoppy, December 23, 1848. 23 2m Ol/ DBJ. SPERIE-GEEE FLOUR, the State of Albma It is ordered -that, the said of this order be made in some newspaper printed in defendant and all ethers interested are
January IS4S. 28 The Plantation belonging to said estate will be 10 ,St. Louts Flour, do Rebecca Frnce. do appearand plead answeror the city of Tallahassee once a week for the period of; TUG: : tolified of.1he| commencement .1! thabova .

rented for IhetrDiuing year. ,For terms, apply as 10 barl Irish Potatoes. For sale demur said Bill of Complaint or the said four months. Done in open Court,Dec. 5th, iSIS suit by attachment in tb. Circuit Court of
lledca Notice. above., JOHN by Bill will L taknp confesto, against the said de A tine copy from the record. Monroe County, returnable to the next tern of said

a.. G. WIKT, ) J. L CALL, M. D. Newport,December 2, 1549. DENHAM. fendant. th publication of this order GEORGE L BRYANT Clerk. Court, and are hereby required to'appear and plead
D RS. WIRT & CALL hare associated themselves Notice. 2 be made in some newspaper printed in Tallahassee December 9. 1S4S, 31 4m- totht same.JOSEPH A. BARELLI.

in the practice of Medicine Surgery &c., and Double Harness "once week for the period of four months. By his Agent W. H. WALL.
-.t their services to the public. ALL creditors, legatees;' and persons entitled to THOMAS BALTZELL,.''Judge. Shingles to' Sale.. Key: West. December, [30} 1S4S. 24 3ra
over Drug Store,Monticello, Florida.. in 'the estate of Robert Fifher, FOR$ALE.-One for sale pair second -hand double bar.. William P. Doval; Compt's Solicitor.; SHINGLES 'for sale, finches' long,
August 5, 1949. 3 ly. ceased, are hereby notified.that theirclaims and. demands cheap. A (rue copy. D. MCIAIEY. Clerk. 5' ,UUU of the my qualily. Apply to 'Notice.ALLVersons .
will be barred at the of two January 6,1849. 1 J, R. FORTUNE, Agent.. J. B. Keen D. C. bt '
expiration years: -_ i JaDla.6, 1849. 1 .J, FORTUNE Agent navinj demands.against the estate
DR.J.S.UONDO front the granting of.letters of,administration te the Dec. 18th, 1848 ',3 ., notified
hereby
FUher,deceased, are
FFERS his services .mdetn unless the same are nbibite within Wagon Jo"Sale. :Gunny Cloth., without to the undersign***.
profc.ioaa io the cititcniol to tbe Sea Island B I to present them delay
surroundingcountry.' )tl WILLIAM Indf.i A WELt made N WAGON,with. to and I ag8g.. 'SMALL daily .w, and all nsrsons Indebted to said t slat e will make isa
Office at Col! Tuber'n n.l"t.lIl e ROBERT W.E.JTCHEH, double harness, for sale by A SMALL, LOT for sale by A (Ipply"EJ'J. E mediate payment. WILLIAM.E.'FISHER.
1 J7 FSHFR. J. R. FOIHUVE, Agent. pete FISHER.jjjjjjS4jjijjjju3j1j.
4i ORMOND. W.
ORMOND. ROBERT
Dccttwwer !'8. 21 McNAUGIT & MeNAUGHT.
39,1 6w .\ &
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