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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 24, 1849
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY MAXWELL' & HILTON. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY) FEBRUARY 21, 1819. VOLUME I-NUMBER S.

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FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL compared with which n boxing match is a Til 12-:: AXE OF THE SETTLER. ,*JiI t ta
Repiarlcs made by Mn. II uri.r.u o/ South exclusion slavery ; not, a.they say that i does she think it a degradation to return the

U PtTBUSIIED EVFRT: SATURDAY. refined and humane spectacle, were among BT MRS. MARY E. HEWETT. Carolina in the Senate,January Gth, on presenting is necessary, but because they wish now to kind inquiries of an inferior with thanks _
the favorite diversions of a large pant of the The conqueror of the wilderness, the establish the doctrine to exclude southernslaveholders some show of gratitude O
T n n IS : town. Multitudes assembled to see gladia. With keen aid bloodlesse-lge! Resolutions passed by the Legis. from an equal participation in She work also and .
can run about the house ".
THREE DOLLAR per annum if paid in advance. tors hack each other to pieces with deadly Ihil Who! to wielded the sturdy thee artizan, bold wedge lature of South Carolina on the quest ion o the fruits of future conquest. This doctrine, to make herself useful as well as ornamental. > &*

THREE FOUR DOLLAR: AND A HAi.r, if not, if paid paid until within the end six theyear.months.( : wcapoas, and shouted when one of the combattanls Though the warrior deemed the weapon Slavery : Mr. President, addresses itself, and is re. Sho docs not lie on the sofa all day, reading

adhered ( and lost a finger an eye. The prisonswere Fashioned only for the blare, I|Mr. B. said ; Mr. President when volting to, natural sensibility, and \"iolatirl novels, and imagine herselfthe heroine of every .
$::}These tei ins will be rigidly o. hells on earth seminaries of Vet the settler knows I bee mightier a sovereign .
no paper will be discontinued until all rrear3g"i are every Than the tried Damascus glave. State present such a resolution as the compacts and compromises of the con. romance, long to be an heiress, or a' ; :
paid unless at the option of the rubh hcrs. Subecriberi crime and of erery disease. At the assizes!: one read from your table it is a significant stitution. Il is nothing more nor less than lovely persecuted orphan. She draws and.

will be received for three months at One the lean and yellow culpi,its brought with them While desolation; marketh omen of the times. Its is saying that the South may be compelled, un. paints a little, talks French a little, but only in
brevity
of foeman's brand very a commentary
Dollar fix months at Et;: SO.; Every order for the fiom their cells the dock of The course ,
to der its
an !
atmosphere the
federal
obligations to l to its
out of lliu county must be accompanied with Thy strong blow scatters plenty upon its import and intent. It pur. compact, proper place ; rea fs poetry a little, but does
the paper caah untefli the order comet) through any of our stench and pestilence which sometimes avenged And gladness through the land ; ports to have been passed by both branchesof make its contributions of men and money to I not go through Moore purposely for quotations.Her .
regularly! authorized agents in the State them signally/ on bench, bar, and jury. I Thou openest the soil to culture.To the legislature, and in the name of the carry on the war, but shall be denied (the rights : accomplishments are as numerous as her ;

But on all this misery, society looked with pro. I the the Min-light and thou the dcv.And pie of South Carolina, and comes here under pco- of equals in the enjoyment ofthe conquest. admirers. She has a gift everything ; sho

ADVERTISEMENTSWill /und! indifference. Nowhere could be found! Where tillage of old spire the forest grew.plantcst I the seal ofthe State. It is my duty to say that It is not a restriction, sir, as some have said, oan read music and men at sight, but plays .

c be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per squareof that sensitive and restless compassion which : it is not the expression oflransient popular excitement and as some of our Georgia friends have said, only upon the former. She goes to the piano *' _

'twelve lines lor the first,and fifty cents for each has in our lime, extended a powerful protec.tion When And the their broad own sea far rolled between, them but it evinces the deep conviction of sir ; but it is a proscriptive policy, to prevent at once, when asked to oblige the company *li t

subsequent will be made insertion.on legal; notices A reasonable, estate nt ices deduction, yearly to the factory child, to the Hindoo widow, Thou xwit the faihful natielnd a people who think that their rights are dangerously which the South should be prepared at this ," without having a "dreadful cold." Sho 5* '
to tho negro slave, which pries into the Mores Of the hardy pihrim band limelo make sacrifice. If we submit is but !* *
1 notices without alteration, by persons having ; threatened, and will be put in peril every anything romantic, and never makes a '
I, regular accounts with the office. and water casks of every emigrant hip, which They bore no warlike eagles, by the action Congress, which is the common to it now, it is a submission which will redtie. little stupid" of herself by wishing to die of '.4

All announcements of candidates for office, KIVE winces at every lash hid on the back of a Nor No the banners swept I Ihetky, agent, and should by the common us from a position equality to what we be. consumption. *

DOLLARS will be -'aid-invariably to order in'for advance.announcement No attention unless drunken soldier, which will not uflir: the Swell'd cationlike is a notes tempest on high. dian of all the parties to the federal compacr guar lieve to be one degradation. I have madeno Her knowledge of the worI! it must t bo *t

accompanied with any the cash. thief the hulks to be ill fed or o"cr'orJiecl, Hut the ringing wild re-echoed South Carolina will not seek or desire an threat-I shall make no threat. I have is very limited. freely 'fconfessecl .

All religious marriage, and obituary notices" published and which has repeatedly endeavored to save: TIl bold, rfsi>tless stroke, I occasion for the application oilier resolution. no dispositon ; but South Carolina shal be : what is (old her, when it is not relating to :'"
gratuitously; but editorial notices for pri i the life even of the murderer. It is true that Where, like incense on fhe morning, She will do no offensive act to bring about placed in such a situation, there can no herself and has no idea of imposition, or du. ,;

rate btnefit will be charged as advertisements. compassion, like all other feelings, ought to be Went up I lie cabin smoke. such a painful emergency. But should she doubt but that she will enforce that resolution.I plicity, coquetry, or artfulness, or flirting. 4.: .

Jon WORK. under the government of!reason, and has:! for The Like tall reeds oaks before bowed the before bla"thee t : be forced lo meet the threatened issue, and ama bound to say, sir, that if this position is imagines she could get her living any ,

W. are well prepared' to execute Job Work, such want ot such government produced some; ridiculous .And the earth put foilli in gladness, rlqfliret] to take an'attitude resistance to forced upon her, she wi stand by Virginia ; day, and that fortunes are made as easily as

II bills,rard! blanks, pamphlets!, &c., with neatness and some deploroble effects. Hut the! 'here the axe in triumph passed.. tll unjust and aggressive policy cia blind and she will stand by sir. This may be pies and puddings. She has not the slightest .

and deipatch. All work of this description. more we study the annals of the past, the more Thou hail thou noble conqueror self-sustaining majority, it would be treason in avoided ; and God grant, Mr. President, that I I notion that money is requisite for marriage, ,,
except for persons having yearly accounts with shall we rejeice that we live in a merciful age, That, when tyranny oppressed, me as her representative to that she statesmen and patriots may be raised up from I and lives in a happy, blissful ignorance of how I" ,:

the office mu.t be paid for on delivery. in an age in which cruelty is abhorred, and 1\\1101 our fathers from the wild. would not make her words !good suppose, or subject the non-slaveholding! States, who may have butcher's and milliner's bills are paid. This '.
-- -.- --- in which pain, even .vhen, deserved is inllic- wherein to rest. hers ]If the to do and who will .
to al the hazards of f a trial and in courage justice, consult knowledge, however, is acquired in the schoolrooms
ENGLAND AS SUE WAS I IN TIlE SFVE: i led reluctantly and from a sense of duty.- Hail to the power that givcthThe this she ; the dictates of wisdom and prudence." the
bounty of the soil, not bo alone. Virginia has already not drwing.rooms, of life, so it : _
TEENTII CENTURY,COMPARED WITH HER Every class, doubtless, has gained largely by .And freedom, and an honored name, spoken a language too solemn and de. I must not be wondered at, if Ihe Model J Young .. I
PRESENT CONDITION.BY this great moral change ; but the class which To the !hardy sons of toil I liberate to be mi&tukcn, anJ which was made THE MODEL YOUNG LADY. Lady is no scholar in those hard lessons of ',Vi

has gained most is the poorest, the dependent -------- the more impressive IJ the language of my Sweet as May! flowersLloomingas I experience, which, once learnt, arc not soon !
T. B. MACAt'LCV.In
OIL STORY.
and the defenceless.The THRILLING! [ )
more
friend who sits near [Mr. IL Trn.-] a pl'ach"timid as a gazelle"-constant forgotten. She is as happy as the day-or I. _
one respect it must be admitted that the general effect of the evidence which "Van- When States make such pledges, through! their ; as a love bird"-" pure as morning dew"slch | the night-is long. She is very enthusiastic, .
On th 4th of last the
.
progress of civilization has diminished the has been submitted to the reader seems hardly kee July as per mado representatives, they impose upon themselves has fair maidenhood for ages been described very affectionate, and very much beloved by '

physical comforts of a portion of the pooiesl I to admit of doubt ; yet, in spite evidence' Badt Wisconsin.a thrilling speech The was after at an obligation to maintain them. The people : Our :Iodc Young Lady is all this, every one, even by her own sex, for she is ;

class. It has: already been mentioned that, many still image to themselves the England speaker, ofSouth Carolina entertain :profound respect and much more.She generous f to them al and envious of none ; she .

before the Revolution, many thousand of of the Smarts: as a more pleasant country than stating that Europe was no tchar ; that she for Virginiaand many of her people cherish bounds: into the arena of society full! of le\'e quizzes, or puzzled to know "what '
was a tneie: obsolete idea in to us,
equarn miles, now inclosed and cultivated were the England in which we live. It may at in this fashion comparison hereditary attachment to her soil, history, and beauty, conquests and hope. School is rapid. ever the men can sec in the insipid Miss P

marsh, forebt and heath. Of this wild land first seem strange that society, while constantly proceeded ; : institutions.! South Carolina will stand h her I ly forgotten, the awful mistress as soon forgiven Jones !" Mammas: quote her as a pater to .
If America then in the cradle
much was bylaw common, and much ol what li) moving with eager speed) filnuM be constantly young the British Lion and aficrwards ,bucked strangled to the last>t, and sustain her in whatever)po>. her affection for sweeties" and "good- aspirants sti in their teens, }, cite her ,
oJ
was not common by law, worth eo little that looking backward with tender iegret. John Bull into the Gulf of Mexico siton she may think proper lo assume ; and ies" almost conquered, and her instinct for irre : grace, and'sisfers: give the finish : 4
the proprietors suffered it lo be common in But these two propensities, inconsistent as Brinoy wi do su in the motto of my own State, which creams and ices so far subdued that she can ing touch to her reputation by the detractingprai'c ,
with what in thegiant
fact. In such a tract, squatters and trespasser they may appear, can easily be resolved into ease manhood can our country, now the language cannot be more appropriately used pass Gunter's or Grange without recollecting envious rivalsliip. She is favorite ,

were tolerated! an extent now unknown. the same principle. Both spring;; from our strength plant its flagon than on this occasion-' Animis opibuiqiicsctnpcr that she wants change." She is very prct. with every body, and if she would only .
shores of the Pacific and Gib- sent
Quebec
The peasant who dwelt there could at littleor impatience of the state in which we actually ralter blockade] the, st'iz channel and pamti. \ellls it become that il. ty, but mot too conscious of her beauty ; nor her name and address to the editor of paper -.
.
no charge procure occasionally .some pal arc. That impatience, while it stimulates us English lustrious to be the first in proclaiming does she advcitis it in "Books of Beauty," an J allow him to present them as a free .
plant the stars and the Tower of \
ateble addition to his hard fare, and provide to surpass preceding generations, disposes u.. stripes upon her own and the rights of her southern and "Towers Loveliness," nor let herselfoutas gift to every young man who purchases a copy _,
London. Loud Americans!
himself! with fuel for the winter. lie kept a to overrate their happiness It. is, in some: I Remember(that cheering.) borne in confederates. Well has she been called a genteel shop-woman to Charitable! Ba [ his fortune is made What bacJelor. i .

flock of geese on what i is now an orchard rich sense, unreasonable and ungrateful in us to be i your countty was a mother ofStates. Look at those that have zaars. She i is not a fool either, and does not pray, would weigh a sixpence(, when was
blood in in the
with apple! blossoms. Ho snared wild fowl constantly discontented with a condition] which .. baptised gore ; crdled war sprung from her bounty. With the uncalcula. consider the smallest politeness the preface to buying trifle from Paradise-a foretaste of ,
and bred the rifle and bowc knife.
hocpe to
on the fen \\hich has long since been drained is constantly i i nnroving. But I in t tiuth, i there I We have, fowl The colonies cut ting generosity of a parent, she submitted to a proposal, nor detect an attachment for Ufe Heaven-that Society's Miss, but Nature's .

and divided into corn fields and turnips. lie is constant improvement' precisely because i our way up. conditions, as to some of these Territories ceded in the offer of an arm. Her computation of great Hit, A MODEL YOCNG LADV.-Punch..Vttrafrom .i".
their of it blood and
out (
cut turf among the (furze bushes!! on the moor there is constant discontent. If we were perfeclly I way through 'araeanfl : by her, peculiarly favorable! at that time to age is strangely] just. She does not think all o
thunder. their blanket wide
which is now a meadow bright with clover, satisfied f with the present, we should I They lore her non-slaxeholding)brethren. Can it be beneath seventeen chits," nor does she con. the Washington"COtrtJulrnauI.. '4 .

and renowned for butter and cheese. The cease to contrive, to labor, and lo save, with' slim oping.chance Onst or but twist i looked cut and like seared a mighty and that, like a cockatrice, any portion of these sider all above Iwcnty-five dreadfully aged. a Commentary in Parcil1ie3is,by our Jums. I'i'
they
progress of agriculture and the increase of a view to the future. And it is natural that, ; States, or the people of these States, would She has not a supreme contempt f lor boys, or .
and blazes. Cheer.
population necessarily deprived him of these being dissatisfied f with the present, we: shou'd' tore slaughtered I"a-likc ( avail themselves ot"these conditions, and the refuse to speak to a ) : because he has "ThismorningearlyMr.Brees i'
ing.) They grapled John Bull /like a pack of young \ Was seen to squint, and heard to sneeze," .
privileges. I nut against this advantage! a form a too favorable estimate of the past. power acquired under them, to sting the bosom no whiskers. Her fondness for dolls is not ,' : .'
taricrs. took him I by the (A fact which showsHe's $
They plainly
long list disadvantages: is to he set oft Of In truth we are tinder a deception[ ( similar hul hnlndrs ; that gavo them life ? Virginia may have transferred to live, kicking babies, and she is very '
'
his irinc and least about the
they pipe they and .
the blessings which civilization and philoso. to that which misleads; the traveller in the Arabian grppl.r lo submit to ingratitude, and may not be able not continually begging the nurse to ]let her wrong "eyes nz.scj '
made him bellow like thunder. Washington .Last Mr. I *
fell _
evening down
phy bring with them, a large propoiiion is dcsctt. Beneath the caravan is bare bloody to avoid wanton insult, but she cannot submitto hold the "dear little thing." She keeps no album !. King t ,
si I cathed the sword. The gentle olive Upon the walk and cracked his :
common to all ranks,and, would, withdrawn, and dry ; but far in advance and far in the I ( deliberate wrong and wilful a ;ression.- dedicated to her own praises, nor does :crown.le's ; i;
branch of waved her and luxunnt
bc missed as painfully by the Jaboicr as 'by rear is the semblance refreshing;: waters.- II peace green Her history would rebuke and her resolutions she roll out rhymes full!! of the most agonizing ( surely not the first of kings "I j

the pp<<>r. The maikct place which/ the rustic The ;)ilgI rims hasten forward, and] find nothing! lumliia foliage; and in imjesty over flocked the shores in and of built Co. would reproach her. Xo, sir, that illustrious t feelings, by borrowing the ending words of Tu.While find (that Mr crowns are brittle things;) .*, ,_ .

can now reach with hi* cart in an hour, was, but sand, where an hour before, they had seena ; foreigners Commonwealth has been, like Judah the li. Byron's verses. She is not always scribbling Greeley made a slip ,. I _
a hundred and sixty: years ago, a day's journey ]lake ; they turn their eyes, and tee a laki, their le ls with us among its sheltered hoghs. on's whelp in this confederacy ; and she cannot though it i is rumored she keeps a Diary, and Upon the ice,and hurt his hip." : t' :
But few had rolled down This "*
from him. The street which now affords where an hour before( they were toiling; thro' a more years away crouch like Issachar, and become the ass regularly inserts the day's events before curl- ( chap who isn't over wise, _
the railroad track of lime when John Bull "
to the artisan during the whole night, a secure sand. A similar illusion seems to haunt nations I between burdens. papering. She is a merciful correspondent, Slips up on every thing he trie*.) ,I

a convenient, and a brilliantly lighted through every stage of the long progress again care bellowing up Mississippi: !: pawing llr.lresident, Virginia and South Carolina and her letters are not crossed and barred like On dit-that :Jrs. S. intcnJs, I 4 ,
onto his back the rich and luxurant
walk, was a hundred and sixty years ago so from poverty and barbarism to the highest degrees up are not only States that will speak on this so much crotchet work. There is no mystery To give a party to her friends.")
site of Louisiana, and the bank of
dark: after sunset (hat: he would not have been of opulence and civilization. But, if horning momentous sul t'cl. All the southern States about her notes, no thrusting them into her (Of course the lady can't expect _
,
tail '
river and lashing his like fur .
able to see his hand, so ill paved that he we resolutely chase the mirage backward, we 'fc below Orleans ho found the similarly situated will use language of the pocket, and rushing up into her bed-room TosethePrciderntelectFor o'
would have run constant risks of breaking his shall find it recedes before us into the regions just' great same deliberate import ; and if, i in the face of (that female sanctuary,) to read them. It is by his written creed, it eemaHe I
Jackson and he rould'nt shake him than '
neck, and so ill watched that he would have fabulous antiquity. I is now the fashionto more such warning, our northern brethren-for I most libellous to hint that she rehearses the won't be bound by J'arly schemes:1" ,. .,_ '

been in imminent danger: of being knocked place the Golden Age of England in times Jackson an oxen,stood he could'nts/wrc.there like/ taurieror(Great applause.and ) will call them so-shall turn a deaf ear to it, bride's part ofthe marriage ceremony, and i .Dame Rumor says that Mr. G. ,. \", I.
met
down and plundeied of his small carnin s- when noblemen] were destitute ofcomforts.the a and shall go on to consumatc their acts of injustice is equally ill-natured to report that she spends Gives out in public speeches, he '. ,
John Bull he advanced time. At last
Every bricklayer who falls from a scaffold: t'\'. walt of which would be intolerable to a modern he hit him as lick every in under between and disfranchisement hr odious and discriminating hours before a looking.glass, twisting, plait. I so disgusted with this ,ile age, ..t:
right
cry itvecperofa crossing who is run over by footman, when farmers and shopkeepers the horns that: knocked'Jace breath out of him legislation, assailing the equality ing, braiding, and curling her hair in order to He won't accept a cent of" mieage! ;** .

a carriage, now may have his wound dressed l krcakfastcd. on loaves the very sight of which and sent him off realling and and bellowing ., of the States, and violating sacred contracts, find out the most becoming style of hair-dress. (.itut Rumor says-but she will lie so- :' ;
and his limbs set with a skill such as a hundred would raise a riot in a modern woikhouse ; bJatiwg the blame will be on their heads. Snch an No one else but the very oldest old-maid Calhoun will favor the pro\'ist." i '
like the !..
at
and sixty years ago, all the wealth ofa when men died fabler in the purest country air Soldiers JLrf.fl of dimrecCbc and stur invinci. act will evince a criminal temerity hardly to would think of insinuating that she resorts to Add hints that Holmes no mortal meecr, ,,

great lord like Ormond, or of a merchant ,than they now die in t the most t pestilential Winnebago war, find a parallel in tho history of any people. sour cream to remove sunburn ; or ever calls Will vote once more for Mr. Speaker !) .
hIes ofSatnk furse! Here thirteen
I prince, like Clayton, could not have purcha. lines of our towns and when men died faster ( men arose.) They may as Heroes of bad Veterans of Stillman's
sed. Some frightful diseases have been extirpated in the lanes of our towns than/ they now die axe I of our division, and because they know we freckles ; or imbibes treacle and brimstone Was seen to talk with Mr. Westc l" ..
nimble You have
by science and some; have been banished on the coast of G I u'a. We too shal, in our fight Very from reform men of comedown cherish an attachment to the Union, by so many to get a complexion strawberries and cream, ; (G. said he had a plan in mind '
to
by police. The term of human lifo has turn be outstripped, and in our envied.It us a generation. consecrated associations of a common his or sleeps in moist gloves to pick up white For equalizing all mankind- ,

: been lengthened over the whole kingdom, and may well be, in the twentieth century, that lives ea"cl that has bountifully prolongated the fruit of out your val tory. They calculate upon success by sporting hands ; or has a breathless ambition to pro But W. smiles, and, firstly, beg < 1

1 especially in the towns. The year 1095: was the peasant of Dorsetshire may think himself ,You behold you might around see the your torch with our alf clion. I once saw a youth cure a good figure, absurdly thinking that the He'll!! .equalize" his trousers legi- ". ,, !

not accounted sickly ; yet in the year 1635; miserably paid with fifteen: shillings a week ; or.lithe and the no longer of the struck by his neighbor and relative ; and saving cause of every young lady is a small Then turning oft*, with quizzing look.

more than one in twenty-three of the inhabitants that the carpenter G reerwicJ may receiveten hawk savage and the, gleaming knife. You toma. when reproached for not resenting if, he re waist,just as if the great architect of Woman Inquires about the price of .books i

of the capital died. At present only one shillings a day ; laboring men may be scalping no longer plied that he had always learned through his had been Tite. Neither does she take wine Boston Stat(
watch the Indian trail and tho ambnsh Jal.
inhabitant of the capital in forty dies annually. as little used to dine without meat as they l' hear the and the or I parents that they<< were bound together by the glasses vinegar in her Byronic fear of get. ,"

The difference in salubrity between the London are to eat rye brad ; that sanitary police and savage is Jel and terrific war |I I ties friendship and consanguinity, and that ting fat. Her horror of age is very mild-she A NAVAL Cl.\r\lN. I ,

of the nineteenth century and the London i medical discoveries may have added several whoop. Al peace quiet. Those he did not wish to be the first tu disturb them. is not always wondering '. What she shall be .

of the seventeenth century is very far' more years to the average length of human houses you see around you are the abodes Well, sir, the submission only provoked additional like at thirty !I" or how folks can crawl on A correspondent of Xoah's Times tells Ihe '. '
of and refined white folks.
greater than the difference between London I II I life ; (that numerous comforts and luxuries chizpc This spa assault. Our ncn-slaveholding counIrymen at forty( !" Her dresses are not sent back fifty following anecdote of himself: :

I in an ordinary season and London in the chol which are now unknown, or confined to a few ciou' that surrounds you, is not a wig. t may think that we will submit like the t times to be altered, nor is her milliner scolded In our war with England, in Ibl3, we \veru : ,

may be within the reach of every diligent :and 1 warm ; but a temple of law and justice. How amiable youth, instead consulting the impulses f for not making her figure look like the captured by the channel fleet, and carried: on i ?

era.Still more important is the benefit which all thrifty woiking man. And yet it may then changed are all things ? Under the spur of and wise suggestions of self-respect. French prints. board a ship of 110 guns, a perfect world ol' '
I the schoolmaster tho'er tail of
orders of society, and especially the lower orders be the mode to assert, that tho increase of advanced what the\ civilizationhas And, sir, there h no substitute for such a sen I The servants love and respect the Model itself. They all lived like fighting-cocks. a j jI a
have derived from the modifying influ. wealth! and the progress science have bencfittcd beyond \ front cars then timent. Once banish it from a people or an Young Lady, fo the natural reason that she I The ship was at anchor and had everything .
Glorious! freedom Great and .
ence civilization on the natural character. the few at the expense of the many, was. glorious individual, and degradation and degeneracymust i u kind and considerate to them. She never l on board comfortable! and luxurious. p.. _
Let die in
The ground work of lhat character indeed and] to talk of tho reign of Queen \rictoiiaas country sublime mo contemplation/ follow. These States have been bound keeps her maid up all night and then wonder 1 I wi give you a capital salad; for dinner .

been the same through many generations, in the lime when England was truly merry Eng. oflhy dying breath, bear destiny the, stars exclaiming and with aloft my together by the ties of patriotism and fraternal the next day what can make her so sleepy o-day, said the Admiral, Lord Kcath, to -

the sense in which the ground wotk of the land ; when all classes were bound togetherby and onward-onward.' Terrific stripes ; I consanguinity. The (federal constitution. was and stupid 1" She does not understand the us. ; ijj

character of an individual may be said to be brothctly sympathy ; when thin rich did .[ Cheering.] ; the work of wise, practical and patriotic statesmen language of flowers, or make a practice of Salat! Where does it come from !2" .,P

the same when he is a rude, a thoughtless nut grind the faces of the poor, tnd when the The Axe.-Tho other day I was holding a t and (the guaranty they relied upon for giving away her 'bouquets at parties. She \0 grow it on board in boxes.." ,

schoolboy and when he is a refined and accomplished poor did not envy the splendor of the rich. man by (the hand as firm in the outward texture I. its maintenance and perpetuity was the good never rouges, excepting at a compliment.She .- They had artificial gardens, byil -beD 1

man. It is pleasing: to reflect that ( as leather, and his sun burnt face was as faith in which it originated. Tho!e from the has as little taste for flattery as champagne fresh butter, plenty of milk, and a table which ;

the public mind England has: softened whileit Sympathy -It is a mistaken idea that manliness inflexible as parchment ; he was pouring fortha non-slavehoding! States: were then the guardians or German waltzing : "it makes her for varieties in fish, flesh and fowl, confectionaries. 'j .

has ripened, and that we have: in the course and stoicism arc inseparable-that a tender tirade of contempt on those people who complain southern rights and the respecters of giddy." She would rather not "polka" with .jellies, ices, and tare wines, would com ... ''

of ago, become not only a wiser, but a better regard for the feelings and interests of that they fan find nothing to do, as an.. southern feeling. They were such men as a "fast" young gentleman after supper. She pare with any hotel in the world, not forgcl-

people. There is scarcely a page in the history others,Is weak and unm nIJ'. A heart insensible excuse for becoming; idle loafers. [Hancock, Adams, Roger Sherman, and Dr. never makes innuendo :appointments by asking ling even Seltzer wafers. '1

lighter literature of the seventeenth to sympathy claims greater affinity Said I I'Jeff what do you work at ? You Franklin. Little could they have thought "if you shall bo at.the Caledonian bal! ]f' "Fine limes you have, Mr. Chaplain," sail ,

century which does not contain some proof with the brulu than the man. Show me the : look hearty and 'happy ; what are you at ?'- that a people who have become strong and or by expatiating on the enjoyment of "her we to a handsome young fellow with a livelyeye

that our ancestors were less! humane than man, who is regardless of the feelings of his :. Why,' said he, I bought me an nxc three powerful under the operation of the federal walk everyday at twelve o'clock in the Re- and a white cravat. I

their posterity. The discipline of workshops, friends or his enemies ; who has no tear to years ago, that cost me two dollars : that was compact would ever use it as an engine of op gcnl's Park." She can sit out a tragedy with. Yes ; very little to do. Play the flute- i ,

of schools, of private families, though;: not drop with his brother, in misfortune or in I all the money I had.. I went to choppingwood pression. But, sir, I fear (that their generous out flirting, and listen to Jenny Lind without make the punch-mix the salad, and! pepper

more efficient than at present, was infinitely guilt ; a stranger to sympathy with the heart by the cord ; I have done nothing else, 'calculations arc destined to be disappointed. talking incessantly through every bar. Sheis the devils."

har her. Masters well born and bred, were he has thoughtlessly wounded ; reckless alike I have earned more than six hundred dollars, And, sir, I will not draw a contrast between not always giggling, and is as quick as a How do you got on with the sailors in 4 '
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miLe habit beating their servants. Pedagogues of personal character and personal or family I have drank no grog paid no doctor, and themselves and those who are now, under the ballet heroine at her toilet. She receives pa. maters of religion ]1" said we to his young 3'

knew no way of imparting;: knowledgebut peace,; who lives for self and confines his bought me a little farm in the Hoosier State, name of free soil and deceit l philanthropy, rental advice with the sweetest humility, and reverence, e

by beating their pupis.! Husbands!!, of sympathies within the boundaries of his own and shall be married next week (to n girl that conducting dangerous agitations upon tlio: may be reproved without bursting a passionate They are pretty hard characters!," he replied .J

decent station were not ashamed to beat their successes, and I will show you such a man a has earned (two hundred dollars since she was slave question. I will not draw (the parallel. flood of tears. A serious conversation "and I waste remonstrance on them.I I

wives. The, implacability of hostile faction is calculated to crimson the cheeks of humanity eighteen. My old axe I shall keep in the The contrast betweenthe two will be obvious does not "bore her to death," nor does she can't keep them in order. Last Sunday I j

Was such conceive. the and to all, and. il is not to write their shoot down Common Sense by that tremen. read prayers to them. One winked at
as we can hardly Whigs and cause his fellows almost (to forget drawer, buy me n new one to cut my wood < flow a ?
were disposed to murmur because Stafford( was divinity of their original, in the enormity and with. names, ..on the nccessarj! fear* of disunion dous canon of female criticsmolher" the other-another changed position (,f 'Ij

suffered to die without seeing his bowels deformity of its inglorious prostitution.A After I lcl him, I thought to that may be banished, and harmony restoredby She is not blinded a starry or his tobacco, and rolled it about incessantly.I .- 7. mt

burned before his face. As little mercy was The Duke of Cumberland axe,' no grog !l' They miselr thingsto the North consulting and acting upon' 'the. dazzled by a more luminous title, or foolishly expostulated in vain, and urged a more pious :f -
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shown by the populace to sufferers of an bum. make man in this world. How small great ma'xims moderation and justice. Let caught hy n pair of "golden fly-calchers" on feeling, when I caught one chap putting lib :

bIer rank. [If an offender was put into the onco invited himself to house dine with Foote small: capital I n That axe And then a (farm, anda n them stay the hand of aggressive,violence! ; let the shoulders/ of a beautifully padded oQlccr. finger in his mouth popping it through his ; J __ __ __

pillory, it was well hue escaped with life from on his arrival, finding the very wife, the best of all !Weehly" Messenger. (them stay (he.spirit of injustice ; let.them ',no Her taste for beauty is a little refined. A cheeks. So, shultidg (ho book, I Isaid, *Now

'ihe shower of brick bats and paving stones. he observed longer encourage the wild fanaticism". an pair of mustaches do not iiutantly curl, them damn ;jour eyes, no mora of that !! They '

If be was tied to the cart's tail, tho crowd Why", Footc, this room is not fit lo swinga Chloride of Zinc and Gypsum have: been re- irresponsible multitude. The South t : will act selves round her sensitive heart, nor a tight understood that kind of lingo, and were'quiet. ,

pressed round him, imploring the hangman to cat in. cently appJied with success to cancer, by Dr. in defensive co-operation, but \yi hoi'intentionally fitting coat. immediately embraced by her U! Hard fellow, these old salts 1" ".
give; it to the fellow well, and mako him bowl. Foote replied" May it pleaso your Royal Brooks, of Cheltenham, England. The reino- agitate; for thoTpu'rposVs f faction and an opportunity too good to be lost. She knows ,\

Gentlemen! arranged parties of pleasure to Highness I never swing catsPonder's! dy is applied thus : Take two parts of chloride- discord,wit H ayie\y: (to profit by them..; The (that fashionable men, Jftc auction-room furni. Public Economy.-The cot maintaining I -4 '

Bridewell on court days, for the of Literary Extracts.Of of zinc and'three parts of gypsum, and spreadthe northern t people'siy lhal slavery cannot'g' <> into lure, are onlyimade: up and highly French pol. the city paupers of New York is represented .'

weing the wretched women who purpose beat hemp all the passions, jealousy is that which powder over the surface'of sore, pro. California and New'Mexico,' 'unles'iho ished to pass off.for n superior article. Shed bytho iKickerbocker to be $10 a, beat per IJ bsveek.

lhere, whipped ,A man pressed (lo death for exacts the hardest service, and pays the bitIcrest feeling (the edge I of the healthy skin with vinegar laws Ict in force by Mexico'shall be repealed ; es not pity "those por.creatures" who can. ,Il suggests, as a measure of economy I. 'I( t j ,

Busing to plead,woman burned for coining wages ; for its service is to watch I ho and applying in a quarter of an'hour : and yet they insist upon sup'eradding (to'any nol boast of a grandfather, nor measure her on the part.of ihe public lhat.Iheso pauper ,''! )j

excited less sympathy than is now felt (or a success Df our UlI)',and its wages to bo sure soft poultice.i Dr. B. reports several cases of act thai may be broughf forward for the go'v. behavior to persons.by their standing in. .sociely. I khould' b f boarded at the Astor' House, or some \\ti ,, I
treatment. of these territories'a the I A tradesman docs not her commodious hotel
gallant; lior&c' or an over driven ox. Fights, of it. successful crnmcnt proviso'fijr horrify ,. un other! ,at $7 per

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from tfit,\* hollaIIllfll'gulur of fl'cdnetday Th Case of Eppts.-Tho confession of Just Received, DR. TOWNSEND'SSARSAPARILLA TAX .COLLECTOR'S SALE. I BY virtue of a Decree in Chancery, rendered
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FROM 1 CALIFORNIA.We W m. Dandridge Eppes, the murderer ofAdol. LEWIS & AMES: Drug Store, a fresh supply f irtn of the power vested I in me by lay I the Circuit Court:, for Leon Couniy.on the Pth

aro allowed to publish the following phus Mnir, Dinwiddie) : county, Va., I noticedin AT New and Valuable Medicine*-among whichare The most extraordinary Medicine In the World.iijriiJffili BY have levied upon and shall expose for sale, before day of December, A. D. ISIS io a cause tbereind*_

01 tract fiom letter fium an Officer in the t your paper of the 2Sih. This is one of the the foil'wing: the Court e tlor,in the city of Talaha'ee. pending wherein the Southern Life Insurance &

Squadron of CoTniixx: }.Tro Jones, who gives : most extraordinary: cases of cold blooded murders DR. SPE CER'S VEGETABLE PILL RESTORATIVE on the first Monday i in May next(18lOtho( ) ''olow. Trust pJainants Company,and William and the State Burney.of Florida Defendant were Corn-'hali
io much thereof 1
I) described or
vivid and of tho state of things that have. been recorded in this I big property \vi sell in 'front of the
lfe.lkt picture ever Designed for, and "rf, D"ptpia, Liver Complaint the State and County Taxes due thereon for tht proceed to Court House door i in

in Califoi Iht tim of his writing: country, and one that is calculated to remind Piles, orofula, Jaundice-and all kindred .t pay 1645to wi: the city of Tallahassee: ,on Ihe first Monday in March;

UMTCD STATES SHU- Onto, us to be ever watchful over ourselves, and ev. disease resulting from a disordered stomach or impure --- year That body land lying in (the County of.Leon, next the following Lands, to wit:
of blood. -- the line of demarcation, West by The W i of the S W 4 of Sec 21 ; theE i of He,
mindful of him who bath stale bounded North by
l\o T&nEC.ton u, :o\ 1, 1819. cr our duty to taughtus DR. WORM[ the Oclockone River, South by Wakulla County S W 4 of Sec 21 ; the E i of timeS E 1 of Sec 20-

We arrived here on the 9lh of last mouth. to say, .Our Father, &e.-lead us not into The safest, lULT4'S ef and LOZEXGI n ; ;;; and East by the St.Marks River known as "Forbes' Ihe W J of the N W 4ofSecVtheiog the J|'

The weather for the last fortnight has been temptation, but deliver us from evil." before the public or the eradication of WORM, in Purchase. ," and purporting to belong to the Apalachicola E 4 of Sec 28; and Ihe XV i i>f theN E 4 of Sec 2?,

Tho writer of this was, at the time the Children or Adults. Land Cdmpany. all in T 3, N of It 3 East containing in all 479
delightful!, very much like our finest Octobervcather ( 60.100 acres, and lying and being in the
deed was committed, a resident of that county, HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, WofSE.4Sec7T2R2SafldE.W4O County of

at hom Tho pleasant season has and the and the facts Will PREVENT Consumption and CURt 31 cases of m N E 4, Sec IS, T 2, R 2, S and f:.,owner unknown. Leon.

just commenced. f.uuiaf'llh parties Colds, Asthma,Spitting ot Blond, Pains the Side. mA E is W 4, Sec 21,T JR 1, Nand W.,owner un Terms-Caih._ Deeds at porcnaser's CO I8.
and the sensation "" A, **n .map .1 i. &
never forget profound of Breath and all other Pulmonary Com rSZrffZi& JOHN B. KEEN
It be for at dis. Shoitncbs known.
wi impossible person* : created the of the murderer'sname. ,_ c.- _:_ 1 Master in Middle *..
tanco realize the state of atlkii's hen. (;old announcement plaints. S SS W slot No. 199,lying and being in old plan city Chancery. uit.
January, 1S49.
-ALSO- of Tallahassee, owner unknown.Lot 1 to
is ihe discussed. It is bought and This Kf tract is put up in quart bottles: it is six
only subject DR. AGUH PILLS I 13 lots 1 and 2 fnc 23 -
Eppes and Muir were neighbors and friends HULLS FI'VEIND and No. 2, frac sec ; sec ; In
sold in jrmcerV t-calrs. i U selling t for 811 I and Effectual Cure tunes cheaper, pleasanter, warnmlrt*upe Chancery.
I Well knlWI a< Soft itifll leetion 21 I ; W J, and N E 4 of Sec 23, and lots No.

an ounce hsrr, at Sin Fmncsct, ai.d 66. occupying: the same position in society. The) fo Fever and .Ague, Chills and Fever, Intcimitlent nor to any gi' tl. It cures debilitating r pal corn;ml.- 1, 2,3, 4, 5, G, and 7, of Sec. 20, in Township IN MADISON CIRCUIT COURT.

at the SI is \\'OItI! over in the I fatter was a young man full of promise and and all other Fevers. Price; reduced tenty-fire ,pur fig,sickmil g tlt Saran of R 1 W.- containing 2131 acres, purporting to belong Theodore Hartridge Administrator of Thomas Lit- .
mlCI. hope, handsome and Cents flax. fin HE great beauty and superiority of this and John II. Gindrat.W .
accomplished : was per to Albert A. Picket ingston, deceased,
United Slates. At the mines it is the only, ;, about to olfrr his ant and heart to the lovely The abo>e Medicines, fiesh and genuine, are fur panlla overall other medicine I!, that whilet i of N W 4 17, T 1, R 1, Sand E, belonging C*.

medium ofcichanjje. The price of A yhss' of I daughter of his bond sale by LEWIS( & AMES, eradicates the disease it invigorates the body. It to estate of A. Branson, for taxes due for The Widow,Helm and Creditor of Thomas I.I,.
of The Indians had it destroyer. He held a Tallahassee, Fa. is one of I the very best Spring and Summer medicinesever .
grog is a pinch against Eppcs for a few( hundred dollars, and For certificates of recommendation, and other information known; it not only purifies the whole system belong
fail i idea, and have} scarcely any now, of its Section IST1Ti t. N ant purporting to N obedience to a Decree 01 the Honorable Court
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relative 0 ralue. would.offer all was on a visit to collect the amount, at the concerning I he above Mcdicines future and strengthens person, but it creates new, pure to W. G. of Chancery in the above cause notice is hereby
med.
theyJad
They other Gould.JAMES ;
requuil (If Eppes, who signified his wish to advertisements, and pamphlets which may be ob and rich bio; a nower possessed by no W. SHERWOOD, given to all creditors of the late Thomas Livingston
of its
for that them. A this lies the grand secret won
Ileascd man icine.
anything of the Agents. Tax Assessor and Collector Leon County. to render to the
it. At this visit tined undersigned as Master in Chancery
from the mines told) me that he had sold! a (pay Eppes proposed a ride IS, IS IS. 33 _ _ derful success. It has performed within the lit two of October(, IS:13. 14 ts_ for the County of Madisonon or before the last Mon

blanket: for $290() in gold, and the hat he wore and a hunt for an hour or two, and then re- -- -- -Medicines---- &c. years, more than oO.OOO cures considered of severe incurable.It ( Sale. day ((2Gth) of March next, 1319, the amounts,date., .

turn to dinner. This was agreed to, and when Drugs, disease; at lea,t 9.OOO( were Tax Colector's and character of their claims and they hereby hare
there indifferent fr SO i. Every
up (an one) has saved the lives of more (than 5OOO childrenthe
for few virtue of id me by notice to file Ihe in office before
same
sepaiated a in and on or the
moments a quiet 1\\.1 my
that do has the EDWARD BARNARD, JR., in the ofm Yoik alone.- BY
one can possible so, gone to past t season city / and will
secluded the fatal shot When have this day levied upon, expose date above mentioned, when I will proceed to helda
mines. There (fifteen vcs- spot, was given. received, by (the late arrival', a More I than in the of Tallahassee
arc some or twenty I sale,before the Court Home. city reference to ascertain such information as will enable .
leIs at San Francisco, they cannot leave be. Muir fell, Eppes approached him and found addition to his stock of GEN 3,00! cases of Chronic Rheumatism; on the firat Monday in March next, the following me to report a legal distribution of the asset*

their have deserted. offer him living and under the Impression that the DRUGS AND MEDICINES! : all ol 2,000 cases of Dyspepsia ; property or so much (thereof as wi pay the of the estate of said deceased among the creditor

cause crews They shot was accidental. Hut seeing Eppes delib. are of good quality, loir for Cash. .J 1.1)JI( ( cases General Debility 1 i and want of Energy; State and County Taxes due thereon the year to the Court. Dated 13th Dec"mber.lS49.
month and at that the i of the different Female complaints
$50 cinuot
a g't men ; general assortment of the follow 7,000 cases ;
his he ISIS I to wit: JOHN C. McGEHEE,
eratcly rc-loading became alarmedand
usual wages were about 12.! Those who gun, genuine, viz : 2,000 cases of Scrofula ; LotsNocu. 9,10,11,12, in Sec 2d, T 1, R 1 1. Nand Master in Chancery for Madison County.

reap most in this golden] lurvesl are the enquired jibe intended to kill him. Eppes RowanJ's Improved Tonic Mix 1,500 cases of Liver Complaint ; W., containing acres in each lot, 3 per plat of January 27, IS-10. 4

traders ; for, matter of course the necessaries smal. replied, he did. He told Eppes that if it was of Wild Cherry Brandreth's 2/>00 cages of Diseases of I he Kidneys and Dropsy; survey by II. T. mocker, County Surveyor and sold
Gravel
as < he desired he Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor, 2,000( cases of Ihe ; of land sold the 17th
money might have the bond- : for faxes due on 131' acres on Chancery Sale.
(,life are One of these men in. of the Yellow Jaundice
and
and Dinner Lozenges 1,000 cases ;
5CarCI. Worm Cough, Ilonpi
his life. > January, 1S4, bv M. A. Long Commissioner in a
He
formed me that he retailed flour at fl.t dollars only spare then pulled off hiswatcli Celebrated F'eranJ Agin-Remedy, Lucenia Cordial, 1,.'>00' cases of I the Dropsy ; suit between William Bailey and Gee IN pursuance of a Decree in Chancery entered and I r

tipound, and said had been four : ho also handed! it to Eppes with a request to giveit Thomp>on's E>'e Water, McMunns: 1 Elixir of Opium, S.OJO( cases of the Consumption R. K. Call and G. K. Walker. Henry against at the last Fall Term of thfc Circuit
i And Ihousinds of of diseases of the blood, viz: Court of Gadsden County. in the cause wherein
to his sister, andjprepared (for his approach. Samh Sarsaparilla Turner's Fever and Ague Pilk.Tyler's : cases J. W. SHERWOOD,
told sugar at $.J per pound brandy 81- a bot. (t'lcers Salt Rheum (the Smith Sc. Parramore are Complainants John C.
end. It then that Muir summoned I I ditto, Gordol'* Hillious and Erjsipela Pimples on Collector Leon
ing was Anli.D'ieptit Tax Assessor and County.
tie. &c. sold at first for Pills, Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Face, Scald Head, Tether, Neuralgia, Sc.,Sc., together Love is Defendant I shall(as the special Master in
an Crowhal'lickacs him to meet him at the bar ofdod, as alludedto I Spencer's Pills, and is Agent for S. P. Town-semi's with numerous cases of Sick Headache,Painin November--, t,1. IS I ts Chancery appointed for that purpose,) on the first

The mine is known f to be four hundred in thl conf ssion. Eppes stood by calmly I listening celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart boll ?, at $1 1 per Ihe Side and Chest, Spinal Affection, fcc. &c. Tax Collector's Sale. Monday in March next, between the hours often

It to his appeals, and with the heart of a bottle. Aim', Lemon Svrup, prepared frompuie This is the most successful: medicine known in I and two o'clock,offer for sale at public outcry before
miles anJ broad. is in
long one hundred virtue of the authority vested me by
demon, deliberately shot him and plun. Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable fir the di' :"es of the Kidneys and Dropsyand all affections BY lw. Ihe Court House door. in the town of Quincy j
thought to be much longer but has not been again, hive this day levied upon, and will expose the named slave wit
thin that sold Several thousand have following negro to :
tick or ordinary use usually LondtqPorter i oJ: I the Urinary Organ* cases
dered him of the bond and valuables about his I sale before the Court Hou,e, in the city of Tallahassee -
,
explored further. A man, without much ex- S.c., &c. been reported as cured when all other remedies have, Isaac, being the slave mentioned in the said de .j

crt ion, can: make S I,000 a mont),. Some pet son. This fatal watch, accustomed to note June 10 IMS. 47 tailed. en the first much Monday thereof in June as will next the the follow State cree. Terms of sale,cash. rt

the fleeting hour of time disclosed the awful! l Hundred of ca es of Fits and Nervous Disease", ing properly, or so pay ISAAC R. HARRIS.
have made it in a few days. I saw a party For Nev/ York.mJfLAR and County Taxes due by the owners thereof for the I Master in
) eliminating in Debility have been (entirely cured and Special Chancerr.
that had been in the mines about two months ; I deed I was found a few weeks after in a thousands of cajes of Dvsentcry Dun hoc and Sum year I'.q, to wit : Janulfy27.JSW. 4 ts

each one (person) :averaged about 1,000 a I jeweller's shop! in Petersburg, where it had mer Complaint. Lots Nos. ly, and part of 173: and 70, 0. P., and -A

month. piece weighing ; pounds has I been sold by the murderer. A connection of CAUTION. 152, N. A. of Tallahassee, belonging to Anderson Sale of Real Estate. ;

been ):. The largest piece that I have I Eppes' accidently hearing of this immediately (z 3Ij)0out for I.nitati9nc.-Unprincipled persons Peeler.Lots Nos. St, S3, 53, S J, and 95, N. A. of city of IN pursuance and by virtue of an order acd decree

2 The despatched a negro man: a horse to in. have copied our Labels, aid: put up medicine in Charles l F. Mercer. the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the
seen weighed 1 pound ounces. most upon I LINE OF PACKETS between Tallahassee, belonging to
''IE the same shaped bottles. See that each Bottle has County of Jefferson, I will to sale,at
expose public
that is fo in,J is small and fiu< A man will I fiTin Eppes of the discovery. The poor ne.groJfaithlnl XtWlk and St Marks and New pint, will the written :signature of S. P. TOXVNSEND. JAMES W. SHERWOOD, auction, before the Court House door in Monticello

_ _ leave a place) at which he does not find more I [ (to his trust, but fatal to the horse, commence running at tlhe opening of the fall trade N. B.-Persons inquiring; for this medicine should November Tax Assessor 15. IS and 13. Collector 13 for Leon Csunty.13 1 on the first Monday in Mirch next being the 2th

than an once a day. The machines arc arrived before the messenger of the l.iw, and and continue throughout the entire year, viz: nut be induced to take any other. Druggists put up day thereof all the right title and interest of Mary

very I Brig WARCALLA, Jns.el\n, Master, Sir ,and of course prefer selling their own, Sale. said of in
Eppes escaped. His was only for aim >ipanllas Tax Collector's I Drew, Ute of county, deceased and to
rude in fact would be : woik, escape
; i profitable to OCILLA I Trim, do. others have purchased d that put up in small bottles, I the following Lands, lying and being in said county,
i The monitor within would! not be virtue of authority vested in me by law, Ii
that which escape them, were there not rich' : !iel LUCY, H ,mer, do. and because the* mike greater profit, recommend By known and designated in the L' nd Office of the United

cr work all urouud. There are about ten I ttill, and though fa distant, was not SUW.\NNT.E, Clark, do. (newVACISSA ,) them-do not be (deceive! by aiy: -inquire for Dr. have this day levied upon and will expose for States at Tallahassee as follows:

thousand: persons working. People! arc flocking I I fir enough to hide him from the vengence of I \ : ,, Perry, do. (new.) Tow-nsend's, and take no other. sale, before the first the Court House in March in the next city t,of the Tallahassee following -. The W i of N XV 4, the S E 4 of N W 4. and thaN .1
Thee b'lilt in Mibsantial on Monday(
all around. The mines said to beinexhaustible. the! law. : Brigs are the most manner Principal Office: t t'2r> Fulon.t Sun Building, N. much thereof will the State E 4 of SE4 of Sec 19,in T 3,of R 4, North and
are for this tiarle and commanded lands, or so as pay
I pxpres-.lv : are by Y., l'K::, South Perl and for sale by Ifio less.
I slrelt East,containing acres, rr.oie or f.
Tin present low price of I. Thus Ins perMicJ \. Dandiitlge Eppes, careful .ld ex Captains. Freight and passage all the principal Druggits and Merchants: :generally and County taxes due thereon for the year 11S! to CO.NDITIO>S.-Sutiicient to pay expenses cash- 1

o1 cannot long t : for I suppose a milt the proudest man of proudest Commonwealth at the lowest' rates. A t'II"- throughout the United States, XX'eat Indies, and theCa wit : the balance on a liberal credit, with approved secu
COE ANDERSON CO. E i N E4an1ESF.1, Sec I ; WSW 4,
soon be established. Nor can the neccs- .1 of the U. States It was prido alone & nauis. : rity. Purchaser to pay for titles.
10 Beaver street, New Yoik. of the valuahled medicine Sec II, all in T 1. R2NaridE.containinZ2lO
aries of l life long remain as that tempted him, and woe to him that suffers', A tre-.li supply above Ha- JAMES R. TUCKER Sheriff
they arc, though JOHN DINHAM.McNAUGHT i JMst received; and for sale who'e'! .ale and retail by acres, and belonging to the estate of Benjamin Of Jefferson and ex officio Adm'r.Jefferson .
be high for some time. Nothing pridt? to be Ii ismaster.-t'/zil. N. American.PROCLAMATION IDWAnDRAIW., Jr. gan: deceased, or the estate of .H. W. Braden de j County
thcyi &OnIV. County January 27, 1S.W.> 4 fit
) ) ) is made hi:re, but cargoes J :: D. LAbD, Newport. 'eleJ.and the Union Bank of Florida. .

are on their way from Soirh America and the -Newport_ Augu t-12-,-t t"-l i. 4 November 1!, '13. 17 fimSTATi Tax Assessor JAMES and Collector W. SHERWOOD Leon County., Notice.

islands and no doubt capitalists wi soon hate: Gunny Cloth. : OF FLORIDA : November 2;, t51'. 19 ts ALL creditors, 1 legatees, and persons entitled Io

their which alone ht in the estate uf Archibald Graham,
agents, ing gold A SMALL suPPlY, EXTRA IE \VYdail) expected In Middle Judicial Circuit of Fla.
nearly to its proper value. I had a revolverworth for sale bvIklcNAUGIIT 1818. Notice. deceased are hereby notified that their claims and
: ( ,
fu'.d 1 Co.---l.'al 'I'C.I demands will be barred at the exoiralion of two
about in the United ORMOND. J months after date I apply to the Hon
$12 l States &
: as a IN CHANCERY, ) VilhiamnlI.ArmisteadandJohnii. shal
: SIX from the granting of letters of administrationto i
Newport, November I IS, I 1S4S. 19 years
Probates the County of Gads-
or
special favor I parted will it for 21 ounces of i-4 --- Armiatead, Comps. Judge the undersigned, unless th<> same are exhibited :
dimission Executor the
den for letters of as on estate -
gold, equal to $65 in States. Persons 16t C;:uls lcn Co. Tax Collectors, Sale. Allen B. and & Matilda of Samuel Strickland: dec'd. late of said count within the said two v!ars
ate teen with gold valued at thousands: virtue of the power vested in me by law.I r Spooner H. II. STRICKLAND, Executor.- WILLIAM G. PONDER, Executor. ;
BY EetweenV.. his wife,& John E. John .
January 20, 1 31: 3 6w
dollars, who, a few months since,would! hive cxpcse for S.\le for Ca"hbefore the Count I 4 son. &. William R. A. John- January 27, 1S49.- 4

considered themselves fuitunate in having House do. in 1hu twn cit f Q.'iincy, on Monday lie stun, the last named defendant Randolph & Lewis, surviving partners of tha (firm' I
I JOtlt d1 of 1 the! follm\ .
i\ ing
t
\prilll'f propel Dissoluton.THE
th.c"rib.t Defend of XVaddel Randolph & Lewis by Benjamin C. I
being a minor,
dol.ars in si Doctors
twenty ros'c (! arc I t\ot so i.iurh t Ihl )-ol ;'will I I p-n t c e a.d: : ro-partnership existing under the '
( Lewis Vs.Clement
making fortunes fast. Their ftc at the mines \TIm Govr.nxou or run ST.\Tr or IXORIDA.l County I ta\ps due I Ihpreon f.r, 'he )ear 1 ISIS appearing; to the J (Court itS. (that the defendants in r and style or I.loyl&Flsrz, i is this, day B. Barrel

for feeling the pulse ii an ounce of go'd.' I i i, i-LNjuuvd I by law tht t an el I c- I The lands purpniling'i to belong ta the Apalirhi- IT the above cause; are non residents! of the State ofFlond.i dissolved by mutual consent. PHE defendant and all ethers interested are fcar- :

said that some of them aro linking $1O() a >yHEREIt. 111 t this State on the l fn lt t Monday (oI Land Company ', situated in !he County of (Jads- ,hey I being residents of the State: of Virginia.It W. F. LLOYD. JL by notified of the commencement of this suit r. 1
i bounded North the line demarcation I
day. It is vciy sickly now at the mines. I in My fl(-\t, for a Register of Public Lands, to hold Wcbt, ri"-r.by South II the of: i is ordered !> the said Court, (>n motion of P. %V'. 1'. 1. FLAGG. returnable to a Justices Court to be held at Tallahassee :

I might write a gnod but I until the first Monday cf October, 1S30 ; also, for \palchicll the Ocklorkcnnre by river.county \hit!, Solicitor for the Complainants: and the said. January 10. [27] HID.I on the 18th day ol' December next,and to appear 1

dca1morl sus. Judges of Probate tor'lhc several Counties, to hold I I rlkln.ald ) n's are hereby rirrch.t and required fo appear LE\VIS AMES and plead to the same.
J. W. !
pect yoi have: enough: of I till the first Mondiy of October! I 1551, and for Jutti- Tax- OmL\I, and: answer the Complaint's( Bill of Complaint & Given under my hand and seal, this 27th day cf

We expe to sail in a few diys lor San eel of the Peace forea.h Disti'ict in the, several Counties Octcbcrth 1 b Colector.. GaJsJen County 2 Fa. by the tir"t' Mondiy of April next, (I IS4'J,) or that DEALERS November, A. D. 11S.

Francisco, where we will probably remain to hold fr two years, (all of said officers to con- ------1' -- in default theu-ot t the Complainants( Bill be takenasconf's I DRUGS.) MEDICINES I PAINTS, OILS JOHN H. RHODES, Constabla.

borne time. We ate anxious to leave the tinue in office tH their successors shall be elected Gacbdcn Co. Tax: Collrrtor'Sale.
and it ii'furlher Oidered l That of this,
qualified:) a or-
COP
for the men have so ; temptations virtue of the power filed in me by law 1 : PAINTEHS BRUSHES AND COLORS, IVoticV.
country, many) IT J HiniEnv ORDERED, That the said electionbe 1] df-rhe pahi.Tlt weekly in one newspaper: in I the
- to dcfecit that it is necessary: for the oilicers to held I throughout the State, according to law and shall expose' fur sale for Tail: before (the I Stale of Forid.l, OI.P in tl.p City Washington; ,and Apothecaries' GJatuc., &c. 4 IX week after date I shall apply to the Honorable ;
Couit, House dClr, in (the t town Quincy, on Mondiythe Eabo\e hand and for sale the
constantly on at
be alert, which prevents their enjoying them. the officers whose duty it is to older said elections ( ICth( dy of April the described one in City of New York for the space of two T Judge of Probate of Wakulla county f r
next, following lowest market
will take notice hereof. months 1 tram the insertion thereof in each ol'saidpapeis. prices. letters of administration on the estate of John Grant
selves.! propel I tYi or much I hici cof as ,s t Ihe LEWIS & AMES.
Witness my hand and the great seal of the Stale "I llay .-ll.c uhjec of t his suit is fo procuie partition deceased. DANIEL LADD.
given at the Capitol,this 20th day of J"nfUL. \ State and ounl'la"c:duothereon t for I he}'ea S h. ( of the John C. Armi lcad, dt'ceastd. Tallahassee, November 20, ISJ IS New Port, Jan. 1. 1S49. 2
ThfEast lnd" --- -- ----
(I Ei U) of South Iat: S.
-. The Government and the Gold.-The fol. ( .] ary, A. I D. 1S19 I and ot thc Independence' H: 4)) Section hl (21)North) East quarter ( lIng and in the State Florida., in which Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
twenty-one quarter
of the United States! tho 73J the above turned and Defendants MILLER & BROKAW'SLivery
lowing note f'on Mr. secretary Marcy is published WM. D. M03ELEY;jcar.Governor. (N E 4)) North West quarter, (:XV 4)) Sectionlwent.two |: and known Ccmpliiuants and described: the W are subscribers have on hand two hundred and

havingbcen: elicited, apparently I by t the Attest (S 22)) Township Range seven, intrestct, N. and as XV hal.. THE ounces of Sulphate of Quinine which t they & Sale Stable,
: Sec. 31 l t, T. 3,
; !
ic
(1' y, R 7)) Nw,tim and West the of Crooked quarter :;:
current rumors that his son had made an cnormous A. E. MAXWFI.I, Secretary State.Janimv Creek, the Lands oil to water Fabian i quarter Sec :31, T. 3, R. 5, N. and \; F- hal N E have obtained dirpc from the manufacturers, and _LlLTh TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. _
fortune the 20. 10. 2ra purport lug belong Sec. T. and E. S. XV.quaiterScc they will warrant to be a superior article.
at gold washings : : quarter 31, 3R r, N. ; I
tcaJ. subscribers have moved ti'their fire-proof
AIi We have stock of and Medicines up
enlarged
our Drugs
and W XV. S. TIlE
T. N.
CO, I H 5. ;
WASHINGTON Jan. U. S. MAIL LINE J. XV. OGILVIE. : hal by recent anivals, and are prepared to execute Stables and take this opportunity to inform -
25
1819. I
% qr. Sec. :30, :3!, R. 5, N. and W; N. E. quarter
Tax Collector Gadsden Fla. 1. their friends and the public generally of the
in line wholesale
County, orders articles retail
for onr at or ,
Sin : In reply to your letter of the 19th in. -:, ',." ." October 7lh, 1 1&4S. : 2 SW. 9,T. 3,R 3, and XV ; S E quarter Sec. 9. T. 3, on the most accommodating terms. I fact. Being thankful for the liberal patronage th.y
: g R. 3, N. and W ; N. W. qnarlci Sec. 0, T. 3, R. 3,
'
staid, I have to inform you that the Govern; -"._ 2_ t ." -3 -( idsdeii------ Tav N. and W; N. 1:_ quarter Sec. 8, T. 3, R, 3, N. and We have aNo a few account yet due to us for the I have heretofore received themselves they solicit a continuance:
: Co. :ile.By of the same, and pledge to
no painsfor
merit have no information whatever in rela. / "". Coleerol's XV; XV. half N. W. quarter Sec. 10, T. 3, R. 3. N. year 1S17.- They are generally in smal amounts I spare
: : virtue of the vested in law, I if whole could be the accommodation of those who patronise
power me by but the paid would may
lion to the gold in California which has not aid XV; W. half Sec. 7, T. 1. R. 5, N. and go
them. Their Stables situated
shall for sale for Cash before the certain ow"e. are on Washington
expose far towards liquidating sums which we
- been given to the public. I further state that Court House door' in the town of Quincy, on Monday ...1 1 ; XV. hahN. F.. quarlerSec. 7, T.l. R.R. 5, Nand and LEWIS AMES. Square, in the most convenient part of the town, and
W. half S. : Sec. 7, T. 1, 5.N. &
I have information from From Tallahassee to Macon. 1 ho 10th; of next the defcnbed ; quarter for comfort and convenience, they cannot be surpassed
no my son on the day April following I E 1 half N. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. R. N. and April 20, ISIS. -41 -
Through in from Tallahassee to ; 1: 1 Stables in the Southern
- subject, except that the gold mania prevailed furly.ll"lurs properly so much thereof wilay the E; halfS. I E. quarter: Sec. 7, T. 1, R. 5, N. and by any countiy.
!aron, alI to Chailettonin tlirtedays, State and county taxes due the eon for t ,: Thomas Jeff. Heir November 19, 18-19. IS
GadsdenandJefferson ,
- at where he is stationed and to E.-Said lands in the counties of
Monterey
being
the
in tune Io tone Loots
I "ui (1 Section fifteeen, (S 15)) Township two, ( 2))
I (1 amounting to and 32 acres. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
which he i it confined by his pressing public *\ the font day. Range seven, (R 7)) Noilh and Wet, (N & ) on Dated January 10, hS4t.ThOMAS 15.1. 30.10 UNITED STATES
- duties. He has not intimated to me that he /FMIE Stage will leave Tallahassee on NondaysVednedays the waters of Crooked Creek, the Lands purportingto BALTZELL WILL practice in (the Ciiciit Court in each

lias of the gold collected there or that he JL \ and Fridays!, al4 o'clock A. M., belong (to I S. Catliii, tituatcd in the county of ,Judge. of the Middle Circ Jit. and in the Supreme Wholesale Clothing Warehouse.
any P. XV. WHITE, Sol for Comps.
and arrive in Macon,(cia Quincy Bainbiidge, New- Gad,deii. J. W. OGILV1K, Court and United States District Court a
had taken or intended to take, any steps to.. ten. Albany Americus, and Pt-rry,) on Tuesday Tax Collector G-idsden A true cop from (the minute Tallahassee.
't LEWIS &, HANFORD
- get it. Yours truly, W. L. hucl. Thursday 'f, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock P. M., in October 7lh, 15.15. ; 2 County) Fa. Attfaf, I. R. HARRIS, C'lk. Gadxlen R. C. Cir. Ct.D.C. Monticello, January 20, IS IS. 23 ,
lime for the cars for .Savannah. Leaving Macon on ny Lester Nos. 253 & 25G Pearl Street

Head Work.-Head work is the hardest Ionda}",Wedncsdd\s. and Fridays at 4 o'clork, A. Hamilton County Tax Sales. January 131h, 1S1. 2 Medical Notice. (Between Fulton-st and Curling Slip,)

M., and arriving Tallahassee. on Tuesdays', Thursdivs of the in b I Land Tor Sale H. r.. WIRT, )f. P. J- 1.. CALL, M. D. NEW YORK,
work in the world. The artisan feels ; por"h'd me >
- this if 1\
and Saturdays, at 10' P. M. This line By'irlue
have
I.I ('coc : "CALL associated themselves HATE OX HAD THE
for sale before the Couit RAUK 1.1XCE' WIT LARGEST ASSORTMENT
at any time he has to speud n whole day in.' connect* with) the Central Rai ,Savannah, Au. louse DRS. of Medicine, Surgery, &c., and
door in the town of Jasper, Hamilton CLOTHINGIN
I guta, Millodgf-ville! and Rail Road to Co. rniHE land known :as the "Overstrcct Tract, 9Ju
calculation. All of
men to Weter offer their services to the public.
testify(
learning rida (the fourth in l&l'J, the following
on April -
I Monday miles north the 1 l homas- THE
Itmbus Ga. also with the Mail near
the truth} and their I (onecl. Line I ofTlahasee. OHice over Drug Store,Monticello, Florida.
same meagre frames and described propel ty, or so much thereof load, UNITED STATES.Adapted .
\
from Quincy Chat tahoocliie, and (hence* to Apa. plantation, containing -
3
slow complexions tell n plainer tale than I achicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to.. will bo sufficient to pay I the Stale and County tae 7 or fcOO acres. Will be sold low, and on August 5,1813. ly to the Southern Southwestern Marked.
.
words. Sir Edward Coke, tho great Columbus in thite- days, and hut one night will be i due thereon for I hear 1 ISIS, Io wit: satisfactory terms t In one wishing to purchase. For DR. J. S. BOND
Also, the S E 4 of the S K: 4 of Sec 31,Tuwl"hipI In the article of. I .
speaks thus his spent on the road between Tallaha-.see and Macon. I fuither parlcular apply to E IJarnard;
English lawyer : Talahassce.
,
concerning 13 North and East, fo belongto his services to the citizens
Range professional
The public may rest assured that every attention willie purporting or DANIEL LADD, Ne\ OFFERS SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
great work : wo were in hand with (the estate of Benjamin Chairp' : and the surrounding
"WIie country.
paid to the comfort of those who may Patronizethis Jan. 13, 1510. 2 tf We
these four parts Institutes, we Line. : Also the E 1 of S J E 4.1 the W S \4, and S E Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel. keep an endless variety.

having; occasion to go into the country, otc I From Tallahassee 10 FAR Quincy}', ; to BainbriJgp 1 4 of (the S XV 4, and Ihe W J of (the S 1 4 of Sec 2:, Confectionery Baker. May 29, IS 17. 45 tf ALSO THE MOST EXTENSIVE MANUFACTCRCT OF
$2:0 the W i of (the N XV 4, and the N K 4 ot the N XV ri iiw KINDON would and OIL CLOTHING
some sort the Uaio of the honest $5 ; to Albany ?! I and to S22.
envy plough WRIGHT Si. SAWYER{, 4 of Ser 30, Township I, Range 13, North and East, II. (the public generally, that he Ins on hand, and Notice.
and other when Proprietors. ANDCOVERED
man mechanics. I For one, [mrpotting to belong to the Union Hank. is constantly manufacturing,CANDIES of all kiucU,
By JOHN M. VARN, Agent. creditors, legatees, and persons entitled to HATS
ho wai at work, would merrily sing, and tho (VJ- Office at the PJantei's, Hotel, Tallabaee-C. Also, l lot No :of fractional sect ion 7in Township such as: ALL in the estate of Robert Fisher.de- In the World.

ploughman whistle some self.pleasing tune, BAILEY, Agent ; at M.ij. NATHANS, in Quincy. 1, South of Range 17, East, lJinA on. (the Suwannee. PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS, ceased, arc hereby notified that their claims and de. Plain and Fashionable Clothing, or all kinds.

and vet their work both proceeded and sueccedcd July 17,_11,17. .2 River purporting to belong Thompson.Also CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY mands will be barred at the expiration of two years I LEWIS & HANFORD,
_
(the S XV 4 of Sec 1, Township 1, Range 13, WINTEllGREEN, lL\HLEY CANDY,
but lie that takes himself from the granting of letters, of administration to the .N os. 252 Sf 25(5 Pearl St.
; upon to III AVaktilla William
Ci'cli Court. South and Hast, purporting to belong to J. 1IOARIIOUND ; unless (the-same exhibited
undersigned are within December 23,1S49. 23 3m
writ doth captivate all the faculties and pow. Daniel Ladd, Compt., J In Chancery Fall Term. Mills. And vaiious:others, among (them several that are the said two years to the undersigned. -

- I crs of his mind and body, and must be rs. )December, "f t th, 16 IS. WILEY LEE, Tax Assessor useful for colds and cou h!,and is prepared to manufacture WILLIAM E. FISHER, In Leon Circuit Court.

-. only attentive to that which he collectcth, with. Joseph }'. Dyer, Deft. ) Hill to foreclose a mortgage. and Collector for Hamilton County, 1&4S.- any, and all kinds:that may be ordered both ROBERT. FISHER SPRING TERM IS ID.Thoustin .

appearing to the satisfaction of the Court October 21,1843.J 14 tcfioJcsale and rilail.He December :0, iS-IS. 21 8w Administrators. -
out any expression of joy or cheerfulness while IT by Lumpkin, for"Robert
Agent
affidavit in this case, that Joseph F. Djer resides is also prepared to carry: on Baking in all its i Attachment.Debt .

he is at his work. out of tIme State of Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction ; Middle Circuit of Flolhln---GadS- branches, from the plain Loaf of Buatlo I the most Wakulla Circuit Court. Lumpkin, I. 5000.

DOMESTIC LIFE.-Pleasure] : is to women, of thU Court, but in the United State'* :-It f* dcii Circuit Court. exquisite Cake* and Pies. .)alti (lie publiccan IN CHANCERY. BILL FOR RELIEF. William S.rs.Carpenter. j Damages$1900.
-
- what the sun is to (he flower ; if moderately Ordered, That the said Joseph F. Dyer, a afore.said Nancy Wood, Comp. } always be accommodated by giving t timely notice defendant and all others interested wilt
do appear and plead, answer or demur, to the at the Bakery and Conkctiopary on Jefferson street, Henry H. Walker Complainant, THE
- enjoyed, it beautifies, it refreshes, and it improvcif said bill complaint, or the said hill will betaken rs. v IN CHANCERY. opposite the Auction loom of 11. JI. Berry, I'sq., r,. notice of the institution of the above suit
Edward D.
immoderate', it withers, it deteriorates of pro conftsto against the said defendant.-Prodded Woo.IT > Tahlalia.sseeDcc. IG:;, 1319. 22 Joseph Delafield and Lewis Curtis Trustees of the by attachment,and appear and plead to the declaration -

- and the duties of do. That the publication of this order be made in having been rata to appear by af.a\i to (the Apalachicola Land Company et al., Defendants. filed in this case within the lime prescribed by
Hon. Thomas Judge of ,that In Leon Court. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by law. II. N. GRAY.
in the of Tallahassee
mestic life exercised some printed city Ci'cui
as must be in newspaper IT
- they re. once a week for the periol of four months.ThOMAS the above named defendant Edward D.-.Wood, resides James Gates, Compt., ) In Chancery.vs. made in this case, that Joseph Delafieldand Attorney for Plaintiff.

tiiement, and calling forth all the sensibilities BALTZELL, Judge. out of Florida and within the limits of the U. > December, 1S43. Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid, and Louis December 30, IS 13. 21_3a

of the. female, are perhaps a necessary)' to the A true copy ; 2 Gco. L.Dnv ANT,Clerk. nitcd States, to wit, in the Slate of Louisiana: Rebecca F. Oates, Dcf. ) Bill for Divorce.Ehppcaiin McLane, Charles Augustus Davis and George Gris-'

.development of her charms, as shade and It i II (therefore Ordered..That (the above named defendant time satisfaction of the Court by wold, reside out of the State of Floridaand beyondthe Circuit Court, Monroe County.

shadow arc to the rose, confirming its beauty Notice. appear and answer the Bill of Complainant this.o case,that Rebecca Frances Gates, jurisdiction of this Court, but in the United Joseph A- Barelli, ? Jn Attachment.Vs. ( .
filed herein before the first day: of March next-
States // is Ordered That the said Dela .
: ,
Joseph
and increasing id fragrance.A months after date, I shall apply to the lion. the said defendant resides beyond the jurisdiction of 2 Debt 30O0
otherwise complainant's: bill will be taken con-
SIX pro field and Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid and Francisco X. de Ealo. '
of Probate for the County of Jefferson I this Court, and out of the State of Florida, but in )
Challenge. little conceiving him- (or letters of dinmission Administrator of Paul de, fei"so. (the State of Alabama: It is ordered that the said Louis McLanc, Charles Augustus Davis and George 1IC defendant, and all others interested, are
self iOluhed by a gentleman who had venturedto Malhabc deceased. a It is further Ordered,That this order bf-published Rebecca Frances Cafes, do appearand plead answeror Griswold,do appear and plead answer, or demur to T hereby tolified of the commencement of the
in the Quincy Times, a newspaper printed in the said bill of complaint or the said bill be taken for0llft8lftl above suit attachment in the Circuit Court of
give him; a little wholesome advice RICHARD IIARRIS)N. demur to the said Bill of Complaint, or the said by
strutted
town ofQuin'cy, once a week for the period of three of said
against them: P.oleThat Monroe returnable to the next term
Bill be taken against t the said de publicationof County
him with air of Jefferson County, September t. 181s' 8 f' wjll pro cpnfetso,
up to an saying months. NoV. 19. 1949. this order be made in and pletd
importance
: fendant. Provided t baft publication of this order some newspaper printed in Court, and are hereby required to appear
"Sir, you are no gentleman-here i i. my card ; Notice. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. be made in some printed in Tallahassee the city of Tallahassee once a week for the period of to the same. JOSEPH A. BARELLI.By .

consider you self challenged. Should I be \> K. AI.I.UOW Comp. Solicitor.A once a-week for newspaper I the period of four months. four months. Done in open Court Dec. 5th, 1843. his Agent, W. II. WALL.

from home when honor with rilE subscriber having taken out leler admin- true copy: I n, HARRIS, Cleik. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. A. tine copy from'the record. Key West, December 19, [30] 1343. 24 3m
yon me call I -
a JL istialion on the estate of Byrd, late By R. C. Lester, D. C. GEORGE L. BRYANT Clerk.
I. ,
William P. Duval Solicitor. ,
shall leave word with a friend to settle the of Wakulla County, deceased, hereby ivc noticeto Dec.2. 1649. 2 A true Cumpt's D. MCHANEY, Clerk., December 0, 1S1S. 21 4m Notice.
to satitfact.ou." all hav.ng claims against said estate copy.
preliminaries your person : to ,
NoHce. By J. B. Keen D.-C.l .
I present Iht-rn tome, or to Benjamin It rd, of Leon persons having demands against the estate t
To which the other replied" Sir, you area County my authorized agent within tn}u years, p''o. months after'dateI shall apply to the Hon. Dec. 13th, 1343.. .__ 2 Salt and Rice. ALL: Robert Fisher, deceased,era hereby notified

fool-here U my card, and should I not be pcrly autbenticale agreeable to Ian-; or they will SIX of Probate for the'Coupty of.Jelrerson.for Sea 'Island i FOR sale,to arrive in Brig Fiorina, to"present them without delay to the undersigned.

at home when you call on me, you fine be bared recovery; and all pernnns indebted will letters of' dismission a Administrator de bfnis Daggg.A Sacks Liverpool Salt and all persons indebted to said estate will make immediate

I that I have led orders with my servant wi kick please to make payment immediately. non of }Farouhai Macrae, late of enid Count '.'d c'd. SMALL LOT-for ulp 2G small packages Carolina Rice.McNAUGHT payment. 'WILLIAM E, FISHER,

into the OLIVE BYRD, Administratrix.Scpclioppy RICHARD HARRISON. McNAUGHT &OKMOND. & ORMOND. KOBERT W. FISHER.!

you ttreet. December 23, 14S.- '23 2ra Jefferson County ., September" 9, ISISS Cm Newport, November 15, ISIS. IS Newport, January 27, IS I It' ,1 December 39, IS 13. 21 Sw Administrators4 -



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