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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: March 3, 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, MARCH 3, 1849 VOLUME L.-NUMBER 9.-:-


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THE FLORIDIAN &. 'JOURNAL postulations of mere custom, than: for tbe I PLEADINGS. She'Jefftrie room, and'soon returned with a Extract of a letter from a gentleman on the !I' IIISTORIf/Al. NOTICES OF TIt IING .. 11

II rrBLimcD rvrnvTUBMB: TtRD.\1". grimaces of n harlequin! ; instead of shrinking bright-eyed chil in her arms, some four or Sandwich Islands. ACT. .+
__...-..- -..- .....-.v from the sting of the nettle, I grasped it at BY u!:ILA-VICTORIA FrLLR five months There, Chauncey, (I thought The first fine parer mi in America was e- tl""'

: once boldly, and crushed it into dissolution ; A shadow hat lain on my soul all day- tny name never sounded so wel.) do you not PCXAIION, Nov. 2,1949. reeled in Boston, in (be Legislature of ,.r '
Tnart DOLLARS per annum, if paid in advance. i satire and sarcasm: wrought upon me as the Sunlight and gladness Lave staid away, think him a beautiful boy ?l' lie certainly I received a letter last week Massachusetts granting; aid. The first typo ,l.
THREE: : AND A HALF if paid within six months.FOCR of steel-- Heavy and cold has the shadow prest t is fine : from dated Oct. 2d. He writes- established I .'I ;
stings a mosquito: upon a specimen of bah}ism, I replied ; 'is foundry was; Germantown, Pennsylvania ::1':h i,
DOLLARS if not paid until the end of Iheyear.C3Theetettns Like palpable darkness breast :
: upon my active
it diggings are now going on over a tract '.
They might jest your Uncle's it is mint several before the revolution 1
be adhered Sadness znd silence are in our room, uncc',1' -why no, ; years : r
to and
will rigidly Till their returned to them unnoted and more than 200 miles in length by 10 to10 from which the
will be discontinued until all arrearag-j own scorn Better befitting my spirit's gloom- you may know how much I thoughtof I Bible: and other works were :
ED paper I the midst of sweet sister oh, old schoolmate in width ; 5 or 6,000 are probably mining, printed in the German !
'aid. unlws It the option ol the- publisher Subscribers went my way, passing through SistEr come away my who was always so kindto language. As late as
I will be received- for three months at One I them evenly, calmly, and confidingly. I regarded From the music wild and the dancers S:)! me, have named him after you-Chaun. and at !least $2,000,000 have been drawn 1810, there were !but three type foundries in i
Dolltr-'ix months at $1 :30.) Every order (for the i no man's person ; authority was like Who twined these roses amid my hair ? cey D. !" from this bank, since it commenced specie the United States.! The first printing press ", '-' t
p.perout of this county must be accompanied with hardened face Who decked mv form in these robings fair ? Here payment, six months ago. A day's work ranges in the j ,
an old fable to me ; I had my : Chauncey to l us his sur colonies and for the only :
attempted
twenty years 1
the cash unlew the order comes through any of our I Are the heart fold l I w
they befitting thy from thousand d.llan t
regularly authorized agent. in the State. I as a flint, and my brow as a brow of:adamant; Mj cheek u pale and my lip i is cold! but was drowned with ( universal nothing up lo a one in North America !between the Gulf cf ''f r
I looked to essences rather than forms, substances The lamps ;and flowers too brilliant seem burst of laugl ter which at this point interrup. but of those who labor steadily, the average Mexico and the Frozen Ocean, was estab: '' .

. ADVtnTlSEMO'TSVill rather than shadows ; I was admitted They wilder my sight like a mocking dream ted him, and in which he joined a heartily, daily income is probably not far from an ounce. I l-ber at Cambridge in 1635. !It was nearly f!S:;'

be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per squareof lo an inner view ; I bad become an esoteric Sister \eat sister oh, come away and laughed the longest. His i schoolmate had 'fhegold is found in the sirs nm called by geologists :century later ((1721,) before tbe Yir inil'i t
twelve lines (for the first,and fifty cents for each disciple of the truth. From the music wild and the dancers gay been married more than a year dilurium or drift,composed of loose pebbles colonists permitted a press !to be set up : Rer. .'

subsequent insertion. A reasonable deduction I am aware that thiQself assumed superiority Seeks he ever such revels now ? sand and gravel ; and occurs most abundantly Jesse Glover procured the press used at Cambridge ; "s.o f f
will be made 0111..gal notices, estatenoiicc+*, yearly He sits 'neath the stars with a pale: sh.'r brew. HENRY CLAY.At in the bottoms of dry ravines, Where contribution ; t
to opinion may !be, and oftn is, a thing of by of friends of learning 1
notices without alteration by persons; havingregular And l grows wild, that our perfect trust it lies
from few inches below
hiHO,1 a to 3 or 4 feet and 'J '
in its crudeness and fermentation : religion in Amsterdam and
accounts with the office.All danger; dangerous; : Lies and dark in the mourning dust in England,
announcements of candidates: for office, FIVE : although in its perfection most t !bles-: .And his calm lip curls with a bitter scorn the battle of Sew Orleans, there was, the surface. Whn.new ravine It discover but died on his passage to the Net World.
DOLLARS-invariably in advance. No attention sed. For myself I fat many times, thut.when At the love and laith which are earthly-born- i somewhere printed, an eccentric volunteer cd in what the dry. digging*," Stephen Day was the first printer, and as r
will be paid to any order for announcementunles any great principle was at stake, nothing Sister sweet .islrr oh, come away who stood in a prominent place on the (there !is an immediate rush for it, nod it becomes such received a grant of 300 acres ;'
Accompanied with the cash.: From the music wild and the dancers orand.-
would have been much for gay American entrenchments, and the filled with active diggers, each claiming ; The third bai>!t ; TI,
All religious, marriage: and obituary noticrs published too my effrontery ; fred upon I. published; was P1 l,
gratuitously: but editorial notices for private I could have used the pen or sward, ny, or I cannot smile at each merry glanreI enemy, without the least n' the word l a portion from a few feet lo a few yards in Metre." In 1661, the t New Testament
: benefit will be charged: ;as advertisements.:: even the dagger, indifferently; but that: was move in a dream through the gliding; dance- of command-picking out his man, und taking in length ; and a ditch is soon dug two or and Baxter's Call, translated by Elliot into :
My thought Las to the starlight dim
not the fault of the spirit, but rather of the That Lovers with fo\'n step near him, j such deliberate aim, a rarely to miss his three feet or more in width and down to the the Indian language, were printed at the coat
JOB WOKK. crudeness and perversity of the nature where. 1c\'er. oh never shall we again mark. When interrogated finally as to his : rock on which the stratum ofdri.t rest?. This of some 81200. ;"

We are well prepared to execute: Job Wcrk, such. in it wrought: ; in itself the faculty !is most ex- from each other the throb of pain- regiment or company he replied, while reloading ditch is excavated in a. few days, and if the I TUB firs! nricspaper printed in North American ?
as bills,cards! blank! pamphlet, &.c., with neatness Sister sweet sister! oh, come his rifle for ravine i is of will from
away the fiftieth time I ordinary ri1JeSi, yield I l Colonies!
and despatch. All work of this description cellent. This, and this only-the superiorityto From the music wild and the danccfs am called "The.Boston NewsLet.ter ( .
except for person having; nearly: accounts with opinion, the prevalence over vulgar notions gay fighting on my own hook !" S500, S1000 or ; every rod in length I ," was i issued in 1704, by John Campbell, ; '
the office must be paid f.-r on delivery. -constitutes true greatness ; greatness A shadow bas lain on my soul all day- The election of Hon Henry Ciay to the United I -much of it in lumps large enough to be a Scotchmauwfo was postmasterand bock-
.. -- Vainly I whispere I it-flee away States Senate, which is at last confirmed picked out without washing-some of them the seller of Boston. i
is ,grandeur: and grandeur is superior height, Chill and heavy and silent and slow. Sometimes it bad one ad-
Sunday Reading. Here then was the end of my intellectual It sinks more dark o'er the pale,still wo places that distinguised politician in the size of pullets eggs, or larger. vprtisement, and often none. After fourteen '

trials and wanderings ; I was anchored in a That Jaintinz lies in my spirit's gloom. elevated position which long My brother adds-One might suppose from : yef when 300 copies were sold the publisher .
[The following extract is copied from the safe harbor ; my latest experiment served me Mocked by this Unlit and this sweet Icrfume- strengthened and adorned by his force of char reading the above, that digging gold; is very I announced tbat his weekly t I
concluding chapter of a Look called Sister> sweet sister oh, come away.From acre and intellectual The telegraph I profitable business, but there are other thing'to : insufHcim halfsb"ft
j
strange once for all!!, and superceded the need of oth the music wild and the dancers gay : powers. being : to keep up with foreign .
the individual of yesterday announces that he did not leave be considered. At San Francisco board I news, he should issue and
SELF: FORMATION History of an ers. To be permanent, to dwell as an abiding extra sheet each .i
I've plead with the shadow to leave my breast- Baton Rouge with General Taylor, and a late nnd loging. three in a bed, or on the floor, which .
he
is the of when it ; expedient after
Mind. The volume is written with a I guest, province religion I've striven to banish my soul's unrest I. fortnight announces
admitted. music's number of the Louisville Jour.al, even while is 'JO to S30 a week. Pork is 850 a a has enabled the News '
of I i is onto truly nnd t!oroughly I Cut I only hear in the tone year Leter"to
warmth of feeling) a liveliness fancy, and found the proof of it ; I had tried many other A solemn sound 1 l'ke a smothered moan ; trying to shoxv that the latter will not be opposed barrel, and butter 81 : pound, at wholesale.At retrieve eight months of the thirteen that 1

graphic power of description and delineation methods of intellectual! discipline, and most: of And I only see "hl'rt the lamp-light lies by the old \\'hi. leader, naturally: tries to the mines pork i is 200 a barre. And I it was behind in the news from Europe ; so
which i ilS often ] The mournful gaze of those proud sad eyes- conceal l radical differences i which exist between then the sickness. who that f
not teen. for and tho who would bold till
them bird been useful a time ; aye<< Sister sweet sister oh, come al more than that they had often been lasting! in From the music wild and the dancers away! gay the two. All the recent inteJenct have gone to the mines have been t I ln sick. oars, (five! months,) might expect to hire: all '

For myself, my whole, mind, my entire mor their effects, even, when in their operations( from New Orleans, where Mr. Clay i!still Hundreds were I Ijing sick at Suiter's fort Unable the arrearages of intelligence from the old!

al being was altered by these my meditations. from my own unsteadiness of method, they I is our opinion that the hero of the fallowing sojourning, concurs in stating that \vhile loudly to procure a passage to 5'an Francisco world needful to be known in these parts: ,'-
From: this time I became lover of the Gospel applauding General Taylor's abilities and suffering from want of attendance and of After
u I were precarious and irregular! ; still, howev. l story t does not, in these latter days!, live I as a sixteen years the publisher gives notice '
an humble searcher alter truth, a thint'Tfor I er long I might have employed them, they distance from this town. Answer soldier, he never speaks of him as even reasonably t the necessaries of life. Bilious and intermit. tbatcor-res: of the "News Letter," woad b;+ itI '
the cources.: The light of the bible any great competent to the duties of the Presi- lent fevers prevail to an alarming "
pure I could never have given to my intellect its fill elten-I printed on a whole sheet of icri'.ing '
1 I bad illumined me, and by it I taw the utter !| development ; they were like especial gymnastic I ye lovers of a well-told story, and of a well dency. I is easy to perceive, therefore, in Take all things into account, and : I : of which would! be blank on popes.onehalf which

insignificance of all worldly things. This exercises, calculated !some to btrcngth- sung song, is !it t not so ? what temper he will return to Ihe Senate, and those that stay at home the best of Jf h co:. letters might be written," drc. Such was the r s
consciousness improved intellect in a most with what kind ofafiection for the new respondent gays that tJ: j less 1 I
my en the arms!!, others the wrists, others to open Ires. tr vastly infancy of newspaper enterprise in this coun t ti
wonderful! 1 degree. Bef.m: I had been weak the chest, !but powerless! to renew :and to re. A SKETCH FROM! REAL LIFE. dent and his advisers. quarreling! than ho had anticipated but t thereis I i try. Could John CampfeI look into tile r
vacillating, blown u'umt, : with wind Placed in the Senate, under such circumstances drinking' and gambling, and all! are a I of
every frame the general constitution, the entire fa- Among the young men of a place which we on gee of the Amlrican Messenger, nnd sec i: i'i's
incapable of any strong: fixedness of purpose, brie of the body. They were makeshifts of a were t formerly a resident of with whom we Mr. Clay will naturally enjoy the level nt :the mines." lr. H. has gone to 'i: edition of 125,000 copies- rolling off from tbo ,

whereas I now became wholly: independent vicarious and fubstitutionary: quality. Much I were on terms of intimacy: was one some sport of fighting on his own hook. From his I San Francsco. to see what he can do to per. I press, or step iu'o' the office of one of the :"' .

and self:sufl'icient. I ruse above the naturalman mar: be done in this war, but much more must t )'ear since by the name of (we will so cal high position he will have little difficulty in i stiatle people to lay up a treasure in heav j "dailies," with a four cylinder press issuing 'j "'

and immeasurably above the worldly always* remain undone.: The use of such aids 'I him) Chauncey, ., who was a universal singling out the eminent personages who, after I: en. He will doubtless find full employment ill S.OOO or 10.0UO! sheets in an hour what

man. :My! judgment; was fi ee. Henceforward without religion: is like the, use of artificial vorite with the young men, and in fact with professing all sorts of devotion lo him per. I I among Ihe sick and dying. Two individualswho would be l his emotions ?Albany Express. I I' ,
I looked into the very essence things. heat and light to the exclusion} of their great the people generly.! of the place. He was sonally and politically, seized the first opportunity :I went from Honolulu have: been murdered r

The' follies! of fashion and opinion, the sar-. natural fountain ; it may serve our purposes so situated calling as a clerk, to bring to destroy his political! prospects, and -one of them l leaving a wife, a very excellent Fighting a Wind-Mill. few evenings .-

casns: of the small< mind, die sneers! of the for a while, and in particular ciicuirHcnccs, him in constant contact with persons of both rallied themselves under the military flajjofa I I woman, and four or five children. He since a stout: pugnacious seafaring individual. 1

puny worldling, 1 regarded: no more than: I but it i is liable to crosses and disturbances! and sexes-and those of all ages-and one also I new leader The sight of ), the recusant I had been addicted to drinking and gambling. \"al wending his way slowly down one of the I '.

should have done the mouldings of an ape or all kinds of failure! The! sun above us, (the j I \\ hich required great patience and forbearance of his own household, seated at the side -From the Bangor Whig. wharves of our city towards his ship. The A I

the mock ings; ofan idiot. I had obtained the! sure, perennial' inexhaustible 1 source is our I I II ; to gvt through with without keeping in of the man who occupies the place to which THE STATE OF THE night was dark and he bad been seein t the

one thing needful for iuy confirmation: in faith only safely: ; t that I sun is religion t t the' .;real im-1 I I constant trouble ; but such was his eyes have been turned for a quarter' of a MARKET. tarnal! critter" up in Ann street, to such Rn "I'i

and! intellect. I threw tUH.Jfon my great resource porter to the soul of warmth, and light, andefFtC'iry. I unbounded good humor and \' CbaunceJs century-the tight of Critlenden rewarded fo 1 "How is your health ?" said we to a bilious !. i extent as to render him quite bellicose ir UsI

> the sense or an overruling: Providence, It may: be obscured! for a whilat! f per, that if was very seldom! his usual equaniinity ..his desertion-will not make Clay overanxiotis io .king friend that we met, after missing I I i feelings and somewhat unsteady in his gaif.: ;
and 1 needed nothing mote! to carry me overall i intervals clo'id* and daikness: may avers'iad. j was disturbed.: With other young men I to excuse. the policy of an administrationthat him for some time. I "Now I should just like to see the cove : t tt

my difficulties. 1 :acted nM it were, in the I ow it ; it is !liable, as regarded in its!! effects to of his arqunintance, we wo'Id frrquently: in is" Whig, but not ulra Whig." Theretoo II .Twentr.tlrp(C3.rt fine." what can stan' up afore me, by-," and boi "'
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confidence of the Almighty: the confidence of' the dltu: e of temperature and! seasons, but it t the evening: after all places of I business were I may be seen that :1 CiaUon, who 011 1" said we again. i gesticulated! f furiously! with both arms i:taost t '

faith, the :genuine /iilis. the love that casteth is fixed in the firmament; its itflten: : e, whereever I j close'!, .drop iu and spend an hour with i in'ildIr.. Clay to his country seat, on the *. Worth sixteen dollars an ounce." approved style-a la Belcber Kay. j

out fear. By the by, it has often occurred to it extends, even though unobserved, i is i Chauncey. ( his t'asfer'isit, eighteen months We said nothing more, but left him, perfectly It would be some'at of a treat to give afeller

me, that this, Greet word yistis, should be yet always in operation ; there it is, the perpetual II' I was a groat place to learn the news of ago, and introduced him a the creat champion convinced that he was troubled with the a reg'iar broadside-woudn! I stare his ,

rendered trust and nut faith, generally, i if! not and unfailing source cf health und the day, and discu s the merits of whatever of Whiggery to assembled Fe eralism.- *. Callyf,rny fever." blows in ?-ha ? Wouldn't I douse his glim ;'

universally, throughout Testament! ; strength and gladness.: I know well, it is nut might present itself as worthy of note or com There also may be seen Lawrence, of Maxsach'jsetts .Wbat's'the price of United States Slock ?1" may he I wouldn't*' .

and! RO of Us derivation!:!, each according to its for this cause, principally, or such as this, that ment ; and if nothing new was on the tapis, Smith, of Connecticut, Del. of Tennessee said we to a celebrated Wall street brokerwe "Hallo hallo I-who's that struck! me 1" ,

]kind. religion is to be commanded ; thus to praiseher it was worth an hour's stay to hear Chauncey Smith, of Indiana, all the very jostled against a moment after. cried he in a frenzy of passion, a he ran his \

Hero was a new development, and one is to give her but a very scant proportion tell a story, in his pcula way-excelled<< perhaps I head of tho conspiracy which was consumma. '' Thirteen pounds of pure gold in one face with a force that nearly prostrated him, r
not so much of change: as regeneration ; it of+ her praise ; she has higher merits by far, I but imitated by no one ; and to listen to I led at Philadelphia on the 7th of June. Will lump !" against a capstan bar that bad been left without '

wa the keystone! of t the arch, the crown of more angelic attributes. Her primary and the hearty, shake-yourfcelf-all-over laugh he the constant! presence of such as these whethis .. New York Sixes 1" being unshipped. .,r, "

the whole: fabric, whereby, to use the Ian peculiar office is not to strengthen the intellect !. would indulge! in, at a fair rejoinder from any I disposition to give the administration of Perfectly inexhaustible, and more mines Fair play-fair play-an' no skulking! ia '

guage of St. Paul!, it was iiunied: together und j but to purify( and elevate the soul, to open II of his listeners-ho h growed fat on laugh I General Taylor a hearty support ? Wi they discovered." the dark fist Stan! out if you want" ; !, ,

I, nixed together;; and strengthened; in its unity b) I II j t the eyes of those who were hiud! to Go'pel! h ug," and it always seemed catching" in cause him to forget his wrongs ? they We troubled for the fcU shares we possessed Meanwhile the tares with which ho ran r

the love of Christ ; this was the one[ thing truths, to soothe the contrite heart, to loose !I his presence. revive no recolpction of his crushed hopes and passed on. Presently we came across against the bar pushed the capstan around,

needful to me. .My bpirit naturally, or, al all i J out of their captivity the poor puflt-rers heretofore But to O'Jr.' j-ketch." Channcey never so I and his disappointed ambition 1 \ they: a famous divine who preached every and: another bur which was also in place came

events, very early, 'had l been highly; sensitive I! in bondage! to fleshly ills and infirmities. convulsed his jovial audience, or" we think !I net rather instigate him to the very course Sunday against the greedy thirst of gold and up behind and dealt him blow en the back t

and shrinking ; this quality had lived with me, !'i This i is the !proper orbit} of religion, the path j laughed l so heartily himself; a upon a certain II I which the Whigs themselves have feared he mammon. of his head. < f.
and grown with me, and seemed likely to die i i'I wherein she moves, but yet not the limit of I' cxening, when he save us a little of his experi, would take 1 lie will spurn their rules: and That was a noble discourse your's last Oh ho !-my coves-tco of ye, is tha t

with me, although: it had been much modifiedand 'I her influence ; that influence, "that radiance \ ence with t the ladies. We had noticed that their policy. He will break up their plots Sunday, Doctor If we rem-mher aright the '-and one nfye abaft the beam-ye d-d Mexicans ; r3

occasionally overruled by the various and collateral light";; she may shed, and does ; we very seldom met him at any of our soda. and their plan;. He will disregard the voice text was "It :is easier for a camel: to pass -but Im good for twenty-" t'

modes of discipline set forth by me heretofore; I shed, far: 1 bc\ond her peculiar range ; and be-1 I (', at which: !both sexes were gathered ; of ihetr leaders, and" will pick his flint"and through the eye of a needle, than for a rich He had barely time to change fronts and d( ,
but these modes consisted fur the must part, sties, her functions have had each of j and it be scatter consternation them the fend bimselfin the rear, before the last given r
especial l : << knowing to no of the fair ral. among by the men to enter into kingdom of God ? "
of acts rather than of habits and, even when I them host of expounders ; theirs U the hare f lied him on the subject.! fu1 well-directeJ discharges of his Senatorial vii "* Establish mint, establish! a mint. I've blow brought back the first bar, and he received

they bad grown into habits. those habits t J, vest, and, as for me, I put not my sickle into "I I am, boys," he replied, "as much ofan I i i j fle. He will rejoice to know that he is not already sent out D two sons and four nephews ; another heavy blow in the (then) rear. I

themselves depended for their, exercise upon i j their field ; I am writing on the intellect; admirer: cf beauty whether dressed in skills I responsible for consequences and will reenact and we're to share alike !" Clubs?-oh !-d-n ye, ye cOTard's"and ;,' ,

my energy and animal siiritsand us often as j i and for the intellect's sal I do most heartily I and bonnets or el e\here found the ancient: play, with a vengeance of a The text, Doctor-the text." be showered his blows! upon the unoffending :

these resources failed, they could not but litill commend the use and excrciso of reli ion;, but I have not had for some time a anyone great; ". new way lo pay old I debts !-Pennsyhantan. That be-thundered The standard value air with 2 weight that would have floored 7 .s

likewise. Hitherto 1 Illau only: cisterns ol waj j feeling! tint! even here efficacy i is great, al. disposition to mingle in the society any of ladies, of doubloons U sixteeen dolar. A doubloon a brace of giants. : i
ter, broken cisterns; they: migl.t; serve me for in small The other bar: came up like returning \
i though a comparatively thing. and besides, my business demands attention in an ounce. pounds of gold! a ;
my I
a time, but nothing could serve m:+ fully, and j I Here, then, it is to the mere intellectualUl not only during the day, but the A Petition.=The following is a copy of a make"- shuttlecock and another blow from the wooden r ] ri I*<
evening e
constantly, and certainly, but the Jiving fountain i that I address myself. lIe may fticythat: he also. Hut while on this subject, I will ,give: I petition recently presented to the legislatureofIndiana We did net wait to hear the divine's SR- moo ter fell upon his year. o i
ahmc. The regulator must! be steady, is of that he nothing : : it he had Brickbats ? re skulker! :-ye rubbers! -
independent religion, wants you an incident of my life a connected with! swer, nor was necessary ; got the i
and independent, and tovereign, as compared of its aids, comforts, or assurances,that he the feminines At a school which I entered Yore pelishuner, Susanner Bakurn, wud yeller fever."TiiE but I'lli
with the things regulated, vise !it is a vain has a sufficient reserve within himself well when about fifteen, there attended a bcauti. speklfuily enjine yore honeribul, bodic, not t tu Here the battle raged "fast and (furious" t t'',

show ; such power i had Jung wanted, and fur his advancement in his calling, as for his fill little girl, some two years my junior, between : pas enny law tu let her hujhind of from hur a GOLD OF OPHIR.""-:Major Noah, and in proportion to the rapidity of the outsets; r"
now found. amusement and health of mind. And true it whom and myself there I hur husbind, bekes he is adrunkird and abu- in his last Sunday Times, goes into an argument were they retnrned. The blows fell like

My perusal of Law's Serious Call, my con. is that he has, in the cultivation of his intellect attachment, during the sprang two up achidlko zes hur a most too delh. She iz got sivril smol to prove that the gold of Ophir" of I lightnings from the mountain cloud" Ho

liction of its truths, my rumination and gradual a great souice of satisfaction ; true also were schoolmates, and many were years the children, and thare purty t ni nakud: and in a Scripture celebrity came from Calforia.- stood up manfully for a time,-the bent browthe =
assimilation of them, had endowed starvin condishin and shez old and From the vast amount of the gold! Ophir curse-the execration, told j '
to a1
me he may do something in this way without teazinjrs I got flour the other scholars: for the giltin
I with force and hitherto hezloste awl hur lethe and kant nuthcr. in the construction and the ornamentsof of the determination manifested ; but was ,
a energy altogether even a thought of religion ; ho may do muchif pattialHy l I showed to Laura May, in mutt git nary u'rc i
\ foreign i to me I was conscious of cleva- I ) Shez makin her daze livins hard Solemn'! temple, the length of the voyages I of no avail down went the hero in tbe dust r
; my he be a man of high energies and talents ; little things in and out of school. At 17 I : by t, 1i
tion, J felt as one raised above his wont to the I l but he can do much without i it, gracious 1 heavens left my native place-and' Lo' Ofcourse nocks. Shrz a pore ooman, and hez to wash of the ships which were sent for the gold! and 1 [ A party of men proceeding down the wharf

very height of !leaven. The virtue thus i! what will he not du with it ? not a word had we ever said !)lore-but a s hard, urK her husbinJ drunk, awl the line various otht considerations be infers that it t shortly after, were attracted by a strange mar- ; i
vouchsafed to me acted us a wondrously tonic I to the thoughts, perhaps rather and lie b etz hur and haant no rite to leer was California gold that so wonderfully and I inuring noise ; there they found the hero bat- '
Religion is the only thing that contains vague tin Jot magnificently enriched the famous temple of i lered and bruised in a shocking manner, but
of hur and destitoot. honrible
i it
power through every nerve my Astern! ; t definable which we had !been pore El yore I
and I
within the stimulating soothing entertaining
ittfLIth antiquity. The Major states the cost of the still striking out" manfully ia the dust.
and I bodde feellinz do it. huh
animated hes
quickened, invigorated me ; will not vouch for. At !least I did not enny yer
to and thenrecreates forget
quality ; quickens us energy, temple! at upwards of four hundred and fifty
tell with forccfiilness and siddur efleckshun fur hur bus
oomanz
penetrated elasticity her the a pore i
-nor me.
with Hence it Female P Elizabeth r
teems
us repose. millions of pounds sterling-a sum hardly to ysican.Ii" Black i .
At last I learned the of the bind due honribul bodde and
now, u
,
meaning
poet ; "I commenced her ; yur
made, as it were, for the residence, and, more sending newspapers be compared with any single financial account well received January, the Diploma
I felt fully and thoioughly what it was which she acknowledged, and continued to do of M.1 D. at the Geneva Medical! e
than that, for the atmosphere, of the immortal gcems.And on record the national debt of Great College, r
'To strengthen man: : with his own mind ) at lengthy intervals after she your petishunal prey fur yer awl yur except
more
soul, supplying what is exhausted, and so removed Britain. The ships sent by Solomon and Hiram New York. On receiving i she is reported
i feeling that I Il'ld': known before only partially repairing what i h worn and wasted, in it. to the city of! C-, to which place she wentto t honribul bodde and gcems.SCSAXNA. of Tyre for the gold and treasures of to have' said : "I thank you sir. With the r '

and imperl !ctly. reside with an uncle. Leaving thus our BAKCM. Ophir required three years to make the voy. help of the Most High, it shal be tbe effort of r'a' '
From this limn I began to walk, and think, Va. native place nearly at the same time we her the of has not beenascertained.and my life to shed honor on diploma." She +
Ophir
The Soldier's JVr. The Wheeling ( ) Among the incidents occurring at the sail, age, and a locality }
and act, as in the presence and under the protection Gazelle, in announcing the sudden death er met ; !but a 1 grew tip to manhood, the of the vessels for California a the length of the voyage belongs to Philadelphia, and her case, the frs ., { ,
ol the Almighty. I felt tint cntiie lately of Capt. Augustus I,. Sheppard, U. S. | pretty)' face of Laity, and her gentle manner, ing Boston of some Journal :- the would seem to correspond \'crytJ with the of the kind in this country, has been made E2:
confidence so nobly described by Bacon a s of D. C. at Jefferson : were ever kept in remembrance, as my beau says distance to California, it is conjectured that subject of newspaper notice before. :
A., (formerly Georgetown, ,) I of female loneliness-it "A case came under our observation this :
given to the dog by the presence of his mas. BarYacks, ,110, saga : I ideas was D sort of of a man about 17 ofuge ancient Ophir and modern California arc one N. P. Willis approves all of the elements! of
young
dream-and I morning years '
and of Maker. I frequently wondered she had
ter, to man by that his withdrew
i and the place.-Saltm '
We had the pleasure of serving n campaign as beautiful. Business from New.Hampshire, who goes out same Register. dancing except friction. On that he is severe .
from time to time to a Bale distance grown up at Jengthlook
from the crowd I took vantage-ground in Florida with (}aP. (then private) me near C-, and I determined to go i;the brig Mary IV'i i is the son of : icconoPJ' head chief of the Seminoles.died and under i condemns the Polka.- > g'
; For fourteen months we were rich parents: who havo offered him every inducement lately. one of Hear him : .
a. and thence I could make Sheppard. there on my return home-what particular : leas
upon height, a justJ my -
estimate oessmates, sleeping in the same tent, eatingout errand was, I think will lo stay at home. His father has few warriors who at the head handful "The Polka, a all who have seen knot, w l
ol beneath I corrected you readily imago
J t my earthly charts things me. observations of the same men.pan, covered by the inc. was with somewhat arrange! emotions offered him ten thousand dollars if ho will remain of men, resisted our governmen for six is a dance in which 1 gentleman and lady vigorously it

and all raised by heavenly this earth with; same blanket and drinking out of the samecourlecn. that I I rang the bell at the mansion of Mr.II and an aunt, who followed him to tbewharf }'ear and maintained possession of their rub themselves together, to lively inu.
1n"lelfupward, offered him seven thousand more-but during that time Against twenty times sic an amusement which (unless they are certain
all its -, and inquired of the servant if his neice country
objects and sunk
to
concerns, a merepeck going. The tears flowed downthe their number of well equipped troops, led by to go as matches) we have in vain endeavored
preferred
in. An affirmative
andI ,
of the "Our consisted of six individuals reply was given t
insignificance I things men ;
; regarded : :. & t lace"of,that kind aunt as she lef the our most experienced General He commanded accommodate to our hitherto accommodating s {
of the the Walker killed in Mexico I sent card. In a few moments, mold wharf
world of life up my Y t'
exigencies my daily one, Capt. \al ; into I
after the brig hauld ( the Indians in person at the time ofDade' sense propriety.;
11.1 be ll'ilTson''homaashot himself echool-mate made her appearance and of
things to provided for indeed, to besought another, by accident ; homewards. It
: out and used, but no to bo admired while hunting for pigeons ; the third. : if she had been a pretty girl; she was a beautiful sorrowfully wended way is heir about massacre, and with Oscaola success Canad Amnesty Bill.-The bill granting ti4 ,
way is raid .that the young man to resisted the crossing of the Witblacoochoe
coveted. I Pleasanti murdered b woman. She greeted me fully a unqualified amnesty to all ,person +
or was filled with the spirit of John H. was cruelly ) \vitl unafec.tcd hundred thousand"dollars." ful
Gen. Gaines in 136. He ,
indifference, and thence of independence ; 1 1occamo the Indians during the Florida war; the (fourth! warmth, and time flew a con. two by finally took part In the :dvi dissensions. .which
indeed: regenerate ; the feeling of the H. Crerner, was hilled by a decayed tree falling i- versed of the} many pleasant little incidents, French Caricature.-Louis Philippe, thee surrendt'd with other cbief to Col. J. H. disturbed Canada or twelve year since t !

Imintty |had, expelled the feeling of the nay u- upon him in a harvest field ; the fifth, dc.ofbygone-thourhnotlong gone-year. King of the ex-kingdom of France,.is. rep.resented Sherburne, Dec. is entitled An Ac for the Quecni most Gracioui 11
T al man and supplied its place. ;But the Sheppard, died as above ; and I had already altered my determination of in D Paris caricature as receiving a Jonesboro, Tenn., is about lo J lose it grt:at. General Free Pardon," and had ,' r
E great Capt. state but !in the from Lamartine who is est novelty. The famous Whig editor Par. already passed both houses by a unanimous
(:,!feet of this change, in regard of rein I the sixth, and only Iii C slopping a day city, concluding to kick receiving one .
my surviving three four before I take who is in turn kicked! 1 h Brovrnlow, transfers himself vote. Mackenzie,' from all i
'lorn \\itb other men, was the superiority of/ I i is the assistant editor cftho Gazette, remain or rose to from Cavaignac, ) son Knoit whoa ucudod k
"f I"nlon rctulting from it.t I cared no more mess, good general health. HUff\vc not t leave. She wished me to remain a moment!, Louis Napoleon ; and then tom : scroll I on ,the let of Apiil, to issue the Whig fnd previous measures of,this Undl, wH \''h,* ,a
enjoying
'In' tW} she hnhc said, how .Tn I 1.9,continued." InrJer>''ndeht lrat" then'. at liberty to return
rimi** soil, ) -- lomctJlingf \1- I J
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.._ L-:as* "' "' __''' : '-" -- I'f> --__.: .1 the rights and :interests of his TIr. Stephens nnrt President Polk.

in the Territories. from the North, though we are within a short j ected by the treaty With Great Britain E-, FLORIDIAS) & JO. duties of Congress, imposed Commenting on the President's "Protocol"

distance from both islands. Under the operation Treaty or no treaty, law or no law, the visits virtue o of the high position he has Message the Charleston Mercury used the
Senate! l:. S., February 19.M of your navigation laws, and laws respectlug of these vessels and their crews to our ,'ater A. C: MAX WE.1& It. B. IILTOS.EDIR words, which time ha,
all doubt be following proved
do proph-
revolutions of the I will be AND PROPRIETORS. in, we not at i
t r. YCLEK pre'entcd leg. commerce, Eastern ships monopolize prevented.And .
Mature of Florida, declaring trut Congress the carrying of most of our foreign cotton ttad('. sir, to all these wrongs the people of heresy. Until toe Sentinel dis. etic : The President's explanation will; prob.

possessrs no power to prohibit slavery in any Few ircigii vessels; now visit Southern ports, my State have had nperadded other causes Saturday, March 9, 1849.JzTOir noLOy knew that the. Southern ably put this subject effectually at ret even

territory of the United Stated: and that: any though they can generally carry freight profilably for the weakening of their affection for the in_ going into Southern though the loss of an anticipated banquet; of

&ttcm{>t on the! part of Congress: to abolishtlaveryin 'for prices below what"esel of the federal government, and for the etcr sec- Senators and Representative \ were i un. political scandal mar give the mover himself
,
the Distiict Columbia should be United States obtain. submit ions of the Union. our thanks for valuable documents an emergency acting

resided by ihe South, as the exercise: of a ted to this. In 1836 the war with the Seminole Indians accept commission, ," not within the soma uneasiness. Mr. Stephens i to'cmoi.isut ;
ni ceived this week.
power not conferred, and in violation of the nt your fuhing bounty laws for the, : broke out in Florida. It wa not caused. byts duty. If a Representative should a purveyor,however, to remain very long

constitution of the United States." benefit of t.ic eastern Hltee. ftrouid be an citizens-it was deprecated by"us-but it AMERICAN METROPOLITAN M.ctztz.Tht9 he must not report it without raking up something that mil do for aiulslilulc. .
instructive lesson as to of the Unionto was caused by the to carry out **yV : "
Mr. Y. said I deem it to 'to attempt *
: proper bring the second of \lest(
the knowledge of the Senate certain resolu. those States, and the pecuniary profit it has tern of policy adopted by this governm'rhr'ofremoving February No., being ', beitg\ c of Congress, ;,
havea the Indians When it broke is our table. regarded as roving." If to his While there are some men in who : ': '
lions which were recently pamed l"y the Gen. been to them a a mere speculation, to west. : hadsoxnemonthly upon I society, .

eral!! Assembly Florida. It will hr iren that statement of ih3 ilmcluc-Jes, sir, the immcnsc out we were entirely defenceless and unpro. I bears out the promise created by the frt out from the watch-tower, the suppose the ridicule-elicited l by their follr; It ,,

they are not addressed to the federal Congress -sums annually paid for many years ected. Our Territory and its wan's' had her. In beautiful engravings, and in a should present such an appear. laughter excited by their wit, so'there are, rrr. '

nor designed, I presume, for influence here. under the fishing bounty laws. been shamefuly neglected by Congress and excellent reading matter, it vigilance, unanimity and fortunately, politicians in the counsels cf the
exprosyion of the And, sir, nil the difficulties we have had the federal Executive for yeais. Florida was' variety .

They contain simply an -
opinions and feeling (entertained: by the people with foreign powers have been chiefly on ac. devastated by the u\'age. A frontier of four superior of its class. Is: principal the part of those be represents he nation, who mistake notoriety for fame, imag.ng .

Florida upon the subjects; they relatA to, count interests: of the citizens of the eastern hundred miles smoking ruins. tors are well known as good'\vrilers of I them on the subject, or join that. a they make themselves conspicu.ous .

and a declaration to .her sUlcr! States in the States. That with Franco at the commencement Well, our State and its citizens have been de. azine literature, and they fully sustain 1 to consult about it, lest, forsooth. they necessarily become distinguished.Mr. .

South of Ilcr willingness to with of this century; those with the Barbary 'amed and reviled, and denounced as havingcaused : .
) co-operate reputation in the present number. thought roving.\ If a man Stephens seems to be an example la
about the time the war with the as having made it a source
war,
them in residing if they cannot avert, powers, same ;
nppre.hended Little:
Enghiidof; 1812 the with Algiers, for peculation and profit-the just t claims of to sow seed for him, that point more than a dwarf in size-we
aggressions, and the readme: ?*to follow ; quarrel : the commercial accounts
t In their lead and to share! : in their fortunes. und the difficulty! with France !since mostly)' honest citizens fir supplies sold your troops- (Except tho rot go ou of the field to check believe h-j weighs only about ninety pounds
originated in the efforts of this to for services-for by your ht\.e seen no news of importance by -be excited admiration as a
Inasmuch: : ,they have )been transmitted by government property destroyed I of ravaging fire-certainly political speaker
the and navigating inter. officers, and for spoliations the Steamer (Europa,) but that which 0
fhe Executive ofihe State to her representa.tivcs protect rom-e.ial enemy this would bo rj/ra".work. much as Dr. Johnson says quaker ladies t
here, and as tl.ey will guide my course, estsofNew England and New York, and Phil caused by your not affording the protection it disturbances in France.: It is said that : gup.a
Sir .
as .
Eight-tenths of all the claims for to have afforded, are refused lobe may suit the Sentinel, but we reputation preachers : a wo.man's
and!, I believe that of my colleague, and as I adelphia. xvas your duty fickle country was on the eve of another
deem it to important: at this juncture that foreign, spoliations arc from those cities and paid on ihe most trifling pretences and which had been suppressed by i can persuade anybody else preaching is like I ro.'s'nlkiDZ.. on ,
the Siitcs/jfthc Union should understand each New En land. Why, sir, I learn t .tenth\ subterf iges, and injustice and injury thereby olution, his hind leg. It i ii not done well ; but you ',

rther distinctly! we 'propose to place a copy or of the claims on :Mexico arc from the same added (to defamation and intuit.: Nor is this government. The Red-Republicans! uro :surprised tint it is done at all." Mr. Ste.
and tho damn which} the all the slaves of whit citizens, their Clubs had been closed. Washington.
then: among the files of the S UlIC. quarters, are very ; negro : fugi- sed, and phens having thus himself into
There are circum&lancoc which give to I 1 refusal by Mexico to p-y was urged by the lives among,the Indians, if captured by your I I had become quiet again.In important action Congress has brought no. .

thsse resolution, a intrd! significance. : President as a just cause of War. army, were sent west by tile government without England, 'Parliament: opened of an act extending the laws lice-some 'wag has even kindly surnamed ,
; The expenditures ofyo'ir revenue, military, payment to the owner from whom they had wal him the John Randolph! of the Home (sbadt
FioriJais one of the States whose vote was States over California. At
the,
with a long speech, in which .
naval and civil in the MiJJIc and: fled and if retained and in theservices Queen .
announced: a few day since ia of thenominees are chiefly ; (employed The of the mighty !)-is never contented unless!
support East. Look at yotir (fortifications, n.ivyyards.docks of ihe government, and if they were is placed beyond doubt that the British \ the telegraph. provision
of ihe whig pnty: for IVrsidant :%n(1Vice when gaze is directed to him. Last:
arsenals! and publiccustomhouses : the has to petition ten in their by Senator Walker from Wis puJlc
owner
light-houses. your years meat was not di.p03cd to recant
klt'd.
Prcsideu ) that
believe
I
It is claimed, : I I he to kill the Clayton Compro.
year managed
I in die Middle and Eastern \ -alinn and at this BPS-
i compen ; very doctrine hut have resolved
*hc was (thfl l banner: \v2iig State. Tiie: legisJaUire free-trade to
which cnacte.J ihem comprised I States, and then ln!< at those in the South.- sion, only after n month spent in the Housein 'I their / That the constitution cf the Uni- mise, thus destroying: the wisest scheme which

its members of the JeaJing: spirits! among of boiliJiartirs Of your local officers of any couseq-ience, in its consideration, is a claim of this kind I rJ out principles. all and singular the several acts of talent could! devise or patriotism support forgiving
many number and in amount of emolument, eight passed by.a meager majority of one or two Sir Henry Lyttbn Balwer! who tctif the registering recording en.
,
and contained a decided majority: in [ to contending and har.
] truths are to be fb-ind in New; England, and ccntly English .mbassadortoSpain, has .inz ships or vessels) and the entry peace parties .
each branch of the friends of the incoming: for south You' votes.Mr.. President I have made these remarksfor : thereof and the foreign and coasting mcny to a distracted country. A few weeks
Pennsylvania. :
including RS
President. They were all fresh from: the people a 1 appointed Minister to this country to : and all the actreapertinz the
: the frontier and because that I have withina since, he forward the Proocol
western !
hum.
brought
even deny !u'Jther one reason ; of duties imports and alt
and from an, active canvass.: They had Sir R. P. Pack?lham. collecting or
just consummated tho elrcticn gentleman( States the small prestige neighborhood mails few days past seen in some northern papers tadE and intercourse with the In- bug which though suddenly dropt by his po
jut occasion 'few of while for the absence of \ acts respecting the public land*.
a d"laf expense ; erroneous causes assigned al
to reprf'scntthe State upon this fl > )r, who. is Florida Rc ol- [ sile thereof and all and inpu'z: litict friends with mrrny imprecations apon !
millions are spent benefit of Atlantic name, with those of othr southern democratic Ilols.--Our : !
my
thus a member!composed of the, have:whig declared party. that This: "assembly knowing, cities, and to carry fl intercourse between members of Congress, from the Southern Though not I icq'icstcd to do so, our elf the Congress proviioMh of a public reor and are suitable en"r; the folly or rrnlico which caught them in a :

no party namas or political divisions" I them and foreign countries. address to which I have adverted ; anl 1 tars in Congress have submitted the \ be applitd] to the territory We.t c snare, served the purpose of the agitator, by

the ..u1 pct of the resolutions! :, they are ready upon, I I will not recur in detai to the iniquitous predicated upon the statements I allude, to, Resolutions on the question slavery, Suite :acquired: (rl:1 Mexico by bm- calling attention to Imf"It Suspecting how.

heart and soul with a united (rout, to join tarifFlt'vs that you h3\ past times imposed some censures have -fr/Carl,1 in southern Senate, at the same time offering setonl- day, be of, and February the same, eighteen arc hnry. ever, perhaps, that by this mate: he had got.

Virginia: the Carol inis, and other southern : upon; the South fill tha protection of the man. prints of those ho \ names from to the occasion. This and pves, and made in full am ten to himself something more akin
propriate nearly to-
States in and their u.'actures of tho eattr and middle States: that paper. Whie I concurred in the policy I id territory; and the President; rftht
,
asseiting defending < com- !
mon rights. (In token of iheir fcinceri'y, the :anJ by the effect and] operation of which the f
resolution! containing this: plerfga ware passed ,I South weie compelled to bear the chief burden because it did not suit my fancy several White so many States opposed to us are ( Llj.h all proper needful constitution rule!and of. revenge upon the person by whom he had

,n-ilh a unmimous vote in each branch,, and I of all the taxes on imports. With your particulars. It did n"t meet my VR\VS of sing their anli-s'.avery'! resolutions upon (in conformity) for the enforcement with the said h: \I' been so signally foiled! he again comes forward .

received the prompt approval of!the Execu federal bank a an engine in Pinner limes what such a paper should contuiii, nnd' oli.I :gre., it is but right that that body f3te., and. for. the preservation c of f rrdpr, ,. having taken to himself: worse sum?
- -
tive. I and your laws respecting the currency, and I tains some things! I did not like. It Jt not and the estabhsntnenr n# justice' -r---- "
trade and ofien \:: infoimed of the views and action of the I INn from to time modify or choge than his own, Wilmof! of Pennsvlaniaad
in accumulated
Tlic people of rIm ;da, sir, affecting exchanges, commerce I refer to the repcatd aggressions tire ,
lion of the people (Jflhe South,compose and,are,a there.pore I the ten thousand ways so well understood by I of the East t and North upon the I"h. States on the subject ; and it is a 1 discreet and rl\htion and in ,such and manner prescribe as mat I attempts to palm off upon the public ,the ab.

fore, acted upon by simil.ir influences: and shrewd commercial men, you have done more in other respects than with reference to sla- circumstancf that our Senators, in temporarily: proper, such divisions may district, I surdity that Mr. Polk has !.een opposed to tIle

sympathies: with the rest. These ceedings; than natural causes t to occasion a concentration very. It did not, as have stated. present theinfamous the resolves of Florida, were enabled! ::1< arrangement* proper for the ee- i extension of slavery to the New Territory I

then, si ilJiiiy;! that however reluctant representatives of business in New Yoik-nnko it a Missouri act in its proper character, : that they were adopted unanimously, no 1ws. and appoint and ( mtnisfion, I After all that the Executive Organ, from the
here be take the great f'CI,, and render iho South and as the leading and the progenilor as r3be nrCISlan' to administer !juch
wrong
to
may roponsibility lonetat' ): territory for surh trrra or terms le I first introduction of the WHrnot Proviso had
decided action, or to precipitate the issues I and agricultural interest of the countrygenerally of all the subsequent outrages, and it passedover or party: dissenting.We : .wh"e au'hority shall continue a I ,

now impending between the nn'lher and I trb1ltar'to it. After the explosionof the abolition efforts from 1321 to 1535, publish to-d:)" Mr. Yulce'g! by Congress; said officers nr.ti said in denunciation of its outrageous: and insulting .

louthern sections of this Union, the people 01( the hlk: (and General Jackson and their effect in producing the insurrectionsin : pertinent speech, and as much of Mr. as the President may pre principles! ; after Mr. Polk had stated

the South atidthft States of the South was aided in his movements against the bank Charleston and Southampton, totally wino 1 1ticed. I colt's it much (( double the compensation here.
mean to ( being longer) as we can similar vf IheUnifed State. or emphatically, volunteered to do so, in amessage
assert t their due rights, and ill be f.,und at the by New York, as it was then located in Philadelphia i I for cftfrp and to enable the '
Our readers will with
\ room see, seriCt9; accompanying the approval cf this
proper time acting together to this end, without ,) the effects; I have mentioned were Sir, if a revolt of saves in the South .houl: f"r. the snzn of two hundred thousand
faultciing, heart and soul, with united produce"as much by the administration of the take place within a year, the I II' !, gratification, that they approve dip out of any money in the Oregon bill, that he wculd veto any bill excluding

front. a I by' the powers here, u otherwise, until the East: will be r'' responsible for the cause !! and avow an earnest determination to otherwise appropriated." slavery from territory south of 36 drg. .,

The State (fiom which}, these resolutions! that was checked in some degree by tho sub- I' qtiences. The blood that i is shed will he on |! the views therein set forth. Mr. \ i framed upon a similar prin. 30 min. (the Missouri line)}-yea, after the
act though still the entire of' their heads. The address omitted what II I
mana'.e has not longorccupied a place In the I, treasury power !I remarks: showing other acts of t adopted in the formation of a pro. Whigs-Mr. Stephens among them for aught
.
but her title that the federal government is continually exercisedfor wished to be inserted to prevent improper imputation
confederacy found in her;due estimate of to I the value placn of liber was. the benefit of the Atlantic cities of the eastern nnd to ward off defamation in ad. justice than those relating to slavery, \ for Louisiana (under Mr. I we know--had published their Roorback story : -

ty and dignity independence. To maintain and middle States, to the prejudice of the vance. This was the unequivocal declaration t thy of attentive perusal.. He also ) 1303; and Florida (under Mr. that Mr. Pulk's name was branded: on the

Ihese, she joined the Union ; and if necessary, I other sections. I know this cannot always be of tho attachment of the South to the con casion to explain: his reasons fur not duties'i I II' i I ) 1SI9. The provision of the :Jaw I j back of his slaves; -;R.TW a? he h leaving pub ;

she mast retire from the Union to mainta-n the case.. In a few years New Orleans "i stitution and the Union, and not merely :disclaimer I' the Southern Address. The people will i I Florida, of March 3, 1819, i is in j lie life he is to be made infamous i by tho
them. Her is outstrip even the empire city ; and, if ever of intention, but tie denunciation as I
population not numerous ; hut and for themselves whether
judge Proisoismor
!
: charge abolitionism I rIt
jurisdiction Caaada is annexed, the opening of the St. an unfounded calumny of the accusation thai j I
a large area, possessing
unusual advantages cO'er climate] soil, and Lawrence to the commerce of the Northwest it was seeking to d'srupt the confderacy.Sir .-- j!I t! satisfactory or not. For ourselves, we r enacted, That, until the end of i is hardly necessary to adJ, tEa: on h( r.

eltion.; (In this early day oilier history, the dUet po. and West t will rear up another formidable ri. I hold we are the true champions of theconstitution !i we would have been better satisfied if "temporary of the next government Congress,of unle Mid) !i territo pr vis. big of the statement made by Stephens & \Vil.
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devolves upon her of givinghape to the \'alto her on the shores of that river. I the true defenders of the Union, signed it. The great object aimed at, made by Congress!, all the military, mot (a noble copartnership) President RU.

destinies of I the powerful Commonwealth I will not on this occasion recapitulate the and I desired it should be declared in terms. establish union and harmony in the powers exercised by the officers I thorized a friend to meet it with the most positive .
cf the territories
which tnut one day her boundaries. course of the East with Again : Isboul have preferred instead of government same
occupy respect to ela'erJ.Some the anticipation of stubborn and it3S to be expected that each in such person'or parsons and shall contradiction. But verily Mr. Stephens,
She feels her responsibility'and will that is detailed in document
of course a in such manner as the President of the
from it. She dare not omit the duly not6hrnk Cf recently published in this city by southern persistance IJthc East and North in their er. of the Convention should yield shall direct for the maintainml the II I like the alms! giving Pharisees, baa his reward .

taming unimpaired he frt"dol oCher people, members of Congress, in the, form of an address roneous courses towards the South and instead his own peculiar notions, to accomplish said terricries in the frfc enjoyment I : ho sought notoriety, the gaze of tho

and to do this she must defend at all hazards to the South ; but, in my judgment' much cf the dissolution of the Union being put The views of etery one could not be property, and religion. public, the gaping stare of the goundlings.

their political! equality! with the reM of the of outrage has been omittod in that detail. forth 3 the sole means of redress for wrongsthe and we cannot imagine a better as reported to Macon, Ga.,by I He has been gratified. We hope he is con.
of which could not be averted.
Union perpetration
for without neither the liberty
of tho; individual equality nor the of The Missouri compromise act a i is cal. I preferred an expression, if not of confidence, have centred upon in mutual concession, in Washington on the 23d : tent ferthc remainder of the session.

States can exist. The issue independence involves her led, i is in my opinion the leading aggression ; at least of hope, that there would he no necessity the moderate, truthful, and manly
sov.
reignty, and this she must defend and and it is scarcely I noticed in that paper, and for a resort to the terrible remedy. That i1 Jr. Calhoun. I may be, as Mr. \Y. has: resigned his seat in the Go i". Gay Iv, of Ala.
preserve certainly not in terms becoming reprehension I still entertain. I trust that all patriotism One of the most pleasing circumstances of
into the Cabinet.
-happy jib in doing so the Union can be pre. hope that the address did not go far enough ; to going
ecrved. and denunciation. Nor are the Eubsc. and liberality is not fled from our fellow the times, is the shout applause, with which
:as far as it did it was good, and in
of that called go
The Resolution, Mr. President, peak for quent parodies outrage, a com citizens of the Northern and Entlr': and of the N. Y. Tribune, exulting the constituents of the gentleman, whoso name
iheimelves promise, in my judgment, properly condemn. Middle S ale!. If I could have procnred the bad, and, therefore, with a view to I:
declare the united voice of
; they e of the : Anti-SIavery stands above, have expressed their
cd. The of some in the eastern the it that it Got i sense
Florida agency modifications of the address, as I have, suggested en movement, appears to us c
nnd announce| they a deliberately pledge from assume which the a posture State States: in causing the attempts to revolt by I should have been ,proud la have :, hare: been the right policy to sign it, a ; through the House ofRepres nta. I his late conduct. I\lr.\ Gayle! is a most devo.

cannot: recede with honor, and from which, the s'avcs in Charleston, South Carolina, placed my name with those of lhedi linguihcd adopted.Is into the sublime after the following ted and uncompromising whig. The Democrats

therefore, I feel warranted to she treced" within two years afier the Mis.!otiri agitation, sons of the South who did sign it ; and if it Alabama are not without f characterfor
say win the fict: that the insurrection in
and Southamp. I be
is supposed, that from any cause, bal the doctrine of the Sentinel that the filling close in Congress of the partisan feeling-not to say partisan prej.uJices .
afterwards
ton, Virginia, some ten that I shall in i
years State
'to or waver
It remains for that I recreant my from the of the and
only me to say approve was occasioned by incendiary abolition pub. her I done (our Congressmen) can go into the landing Prilgrims! partisan bitterness. Yet these ve.
to am injustice.
cordially the which State has indi.cated my allegiance I could
: have wished
course my Convention of Florida Plymouth. : ; the men whoso candidateMr.
Mentions made in Boston and the of the is I a Representatives ry partmen party
If to course a
candestiuelycirculaled hope as ,
for her citizens and shall but my East d Forefather's but
( hutntly, not be accountable to the people ef on Day ;
among the slaves, and mistaken one, I shall obey tho mandate of ( I Gayle through his fine abilities had de.
faithfully aid in giving effect to her will.I the for best it is.
move now that the resolutions be read Congress from 1810 to the session precedingthe Florida. It is expressed ie, the fourth resolution constituency they represent, a feated, are now loud and long ;in their praises
there 1Shal
outbreak is unnoticed in that ad. the Mr. Ritchie
and printed 'for the information of the Senate. entirely in these words : it be considered "stringent" : foregoing, of the successful l leader of their opponents.
dress. The evidence of the truth of what I
the fashion which he
The resolutions then read. That, knowing no parly names or polit- quiet
were state: to be facts is in the books on lie desk be. of Iher the reasons of their action, and I afer This gentleman as our readers know, was
fore me. I have before alluded to it in this Seal divisions, on questions involving in their elicit information of the elate of the assumes : one of the two Whigs who signed the South
- Mr. WCSTCOTT, after expressing his assent settlement and consequences the character: and of the ,
chamber. versy!}, part they performed so. lilt had occurred on "Fore ern :address. For this he has been sneeredat
the of the resoluiions properly, and lives of those whom wo repre. be derive satisfaction "
to propriety submitting and, it may as to as you call it, might have
of our Legislature to the Senate, and the cch'oof So, too, the course of the federal government sent, we are ready, heart and soul, with a u. course ? Floridian $ ) a reflection on your i excellent in Northern Whig presses "one poor

with respect to foreign governments on nited front, lojoin Virginia, the Carolinas, and whose commercial the lost sheep of a whiz member of Congress.'*
his feelings to every sentiment, every the subject slavery! has not been fair or justto the other southern States, in taking such measures Answer of tic SCltine: enterprise He should such
i for of its regard sneers as the
word and letter of tl.ee resolutions" and the South. It has not exercised its consti. for the defence of our rights and the preservation If Messrs. Yulee, Westcott and a great portion highest

the approval thereof his deliberate judg., tutional powers or fulfilled its constitutionalduties of ourselves and those whom we were in tht.t Convention a and who never emancipated compliment. At any rate-with the evidence
till that kind of had
ment," and then dwelling the evils which on this snhject. I has failed to do jus- hold dear as the (lightest wisdom of all may, of Florida, they were there in an ex+' 51\e8: worthless. property I of the approbation of constituent, containedin

upon lice to a foreign government from prejudices whether through a southern convention or oth. cial capacity, without warrant by law or I the Resolutions of the Mobile meeting,
threaten, the country if the aggressions of the stitution and must look for their
respecting; slaves and slavery. I alluded to erwise, and devise. \ which drafted

: North are persisted in, properly charging that 1 the case of L'Amistad, and to the refusal of I: can suggest do so chee.fully, for I approve of it. only to a necessity paramount to law, : !-Gov. McDowell, one of the we of the to-day foremost publish, of all as the they South arc

section with the retpouiibility of those evils, this government to meet the demands of Spain Hits existence which every man must Representatives from Virginia by one men ,
Mr. President, I have: seized on occasion
proceeded as follows : honorably. Sir, is it not notorious that our to views in order to himself and which wo do not call in ( one who did so,) declined John A. Campbell, a D'mocrnt-be can pass
refusal do justice has well nigh occasioned express my ani my. doctrine that a i.n.1 by such sneers as tie idle wind which: he
of the
Southern
President in her devotion to the Un. self of the advantage afforded me by publication
t. Spain to recall: her minister home, and put an Congress can, ipso facto, represent,and, not."
ion South has since the constitution was end to all diplomatic intercouse betweenthe of what I say hero in the two paper fore, bind, the body of his constituency from the Western portion of regards

fprmed, in 1787,submitted again and again to two governments? She would have been of this city that report our debates. My constituents Congress, is a most dangerous heresy, where slaves are much less nu. i We extract the (lowing from I communication i iI

the partial and sectional legislation of Con. justified in so doing. How can the miserable will be enabled to know what my I Heaven forbid we should even impliedly in the East, it was supposed that I published in the Mobile Register, with
to advance the interests of the couso has been and will be, and the, motivesfor
gress eater neglect of tho federal government to insist up. tion. "The people of this State will without the commendation of the editor
: and all might censure from :
and nrddle States ; and, with but one excep. on the rendition: by Great Britain of indemni. it, and the whole country can see, salclion" it, we are sure. They : pass

lion, without any attempt to resort to the right. ly to the owners of the lost' vessel (I believe she may condemn or approve; a they think right.I their Representatives under no such ; especially as he is one of the In such :crisis we shouIJ know our de.

ful' remedies reserved to tho States against was called the Enterprise) that was taken in. am entirely satisfied as to that course, and commission, and mean not to in many respects, most deservedly. pendence and no man, who, like John Gayle,
federal usurpation, or aggression, or : careless of the opinion of very few\ with re. :l Si urns the trammels and the harness, and sacrifices '
injustice, to the Bahamas by the slaves! on board of her, discretion, to any of their public of the present Con rels.-
and often to it. I thank the Senate for its alien- I
without spect and for his should
a murmur. men things f country
who had revolted and committed murder and Let them be held to strict account turn out otherwise. Extensive
Congress since 1787 has repeatedly enacted piracy, and were protected in those islands! tion, and trust the resolutions wi be read and formance of the duties assigned them be passed over without public testimony of

laws for the protection of the navigation in.tcrests be excused ? Now can its unpardonable printed, and laid on the table, move by my the Constitution and laws. prevailing among. ii constitu gratitude. He should be worn in our heart of

of New England and New York. The, omission and neglect to insist upon the honest colea ue. \' has been called with a hearts. Every one who knows the Whig

South has yielded to the navigation States of fulfilment by Great Britain of the treatyof -. This dancing around our tint his successor. Mr. Mc Representatives at Washington, from this District .

the East and Middle! sections all her carrying 1842, and her delivery, under that treaty, James Watson Webb, Esq., editor (the but a sorry answer to them. If you the praises of Northern is ,L\'nrc of his staunch and uncompro.
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trade. Those sections enjoy it exclusively. of the-seven slaves who, after committing mur. Morning Courier and New York Enquirer,was call in question" tho I necessity and mi>iog fideli')' to tho tenets of his party as
selfish influenced the lat week brought up before one of the courts rs, tcould.be-exclusice-friendS' such, in its legitimate and honest transactions;
lave feelings South in der and robbery in Florida, fled to Nassau, law" which serve as a "
Tho monopoly of the entire coasting and were protected there, and were refusedto in New York city, at the suit certain parties, to these might ( into the to taking his place with the band and every one also knows,that no truer champion .
gentlemen or going
trade of the Union is given to the navigating bo given up to the Florida marshal, be who accuse him having.been. guilty orfru were detcrmioed 'to come out in ever did battle against the tmorc of
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Slate upon an old and obsolete principle of palliated ? Sir your politicians date not do. (under oath) in concealng' ,property, Convention, as Representatives o ir kindred and homes-of justice Alabama. But when tho !

the restrictive policy of Europe. lave the : their duty. The coasts of Florida are ;infested : proceedings by under, obtameiLuis ihe'Uhlted States 4)s-) why think it "stringent" to ask Let him answer for it. And upon the great and trying scenes which have
South sought to be allowed to Foreign I by dozens of British smacks from the Ba. charge in bankruptcy their action there' Again, if not '. of lain been enacted ar the seat of govejn-

vessels in their domestic or coasting trade, or hamas, manned and often commanded by the i Bankrupt Law of sale 1842.-of his The charge is estab.that : blo to their constituents. 'to whom shall ; we say, of whatever party who ment-when Southern Whigs, terrified and

claimed tho advantage of their competition mulatto and negro cinancipees of those islands I he made a sham newspaper make their ?1" found wanting in this struggle, be seduced, shrink from the combat and prove
"justification Unwilling
-l'" t1rebsrls of the Eastern and Middle who lurking about our harbors, inveigle lishment. responsibility. recreant to their rights and their responsibiU.

States ? So f ti Horn: it, sir, at this very time : slaves and excite them 'lo disaffection. of Rev. J. N. ]lat last accounts this ness, to testify against yourself 1 lies, ME, JOHN GAYLE, OF ALoDUt shook

acts Congress for (he benefit of Northern this federal government seek to afford its aid gentleman was Arkansas deliver.11mg It is not our doctrine that a flcp FULL.-Our neighbor of the Senti. them off with virtuous indignation,and an innate

vessel owner oblige the Southern States, for our protection against their incendiarism ? lectures on Woman as.she is, vas, and tire in Congress, can, ipsofacto, (or ipso : his sphere/ Had he not quite sense of the ennobling! spirit that moved

whose citizens have little navigating: ; interest, No sir. When the act of 1803 is invoked, should be ;" and charges,2 cepts for admit. thing else,) represent, and, therefore, to nurse the of I Ii him ; proclaiming by his unflinching conduct
to procure the products of' Cuba and Potto Rico 1 an act passed at the instance of citizens of lance. We would rather pay four times that frfe.soi ichlgs in.the Southern, Convention, that the blood in
they conlme'ia the Northcin. Atlantic. cities. North Carolina, to keep out the brigands of amount to hear a faithful lecture on Maffit an body of his constituency out of i without importuning us to "take the Anglo-Saxon hart is high, and the will

My own State and Georgia get tvvo-lhirds of St. Domingo, we are told it does not apply to he is, was, and should be.-Tuslrgcs Ala. but (hat he has duties other than those- in I II I contumelious paragraph" against I to resent 8 grcuion,unchlgcaLlc. '

; what they u'c of the products of thojo ;island the erc''. of T esfjR)!, and that thfyare pro- Republican. I I egress, sitting *s such, important ?ntrs, I uron ? ,I Let his chidien! ,ftd hi? chiliiru's' chtldrnSavcry



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p1erre the record of llat day III an heir.joom are to constitute tho future garrison of F" t Take Notice. In Chancery. Gadadcn Sheriff's Sale. Proposals for Carrying the MaiL

and be the fate of this question! as it maybe Kearny, relieving the companies of the Rifles THE subscribers respectfully request their 'u,. MIDDLE CIBCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN GADS- virtue ,f two writs of fieri facias issued from fftSLW

the South triumphant or exterminated; I now occupying that post.A to call and settle their accounts immediately DEN CIRCUIT COURT. BY the Clerk's office of tho Circuit Court for the ftOtTtS J: Tl1tOlfU, nORTH CATtQLr't,SOTU. _

bed] and is they have engagmints' at the North of Middla Circuit of Florida, and CAKCLCTA, C COB CIA, A.1D JTLOBlDA.
because slio must? wt be ,) upon Game I' Pt&er in The Branch of the Rant of the)) County
of California.TbeCincinnati
( this Union flomish, or crunii! ],, which must be met promptly, and earnestly hope State of Alabama, Compl't., to me directed,whereir1 S. P. Allison and Eliza F. Ex'ract from the act Congress cf 3d X.zrcll. ,
herdestiny stil Chronicle gets the following story their friends will id; them in so doing or they will ri. Longworth are ;plaintiff, and Abraham K. Allison. 1545, section 15.fn .

they can ever look! : with honest pride to iom a friend "just up from New Orleans," be compelled to place their claims in the hands of Benjamin C. Wellt.SberitTofCads- \ Executor of Oliver Little, deceased, is defendant. I
ihe'memory of that ancestor, who fearless\y\ and we catinot presume to doubt it, as the in. an Attorney for collection. den County, and er-offieio admr. Bill to forecloseon have levied upon and will offer for sale, before 'the duty of the Postmaster General,in all future letting ,.

stood by his home and his rights, as the only formation was obtamed from "re N. u.11 unsettled accounts closed from tins the Estate of James Innerar- | Mortgage. Court.hcusedoor in the town of Quiney, on thc tint of( contracts for the transportation of the mart,to let ..
the persons date,.March 3d, 1SJ9. dec'd., John Monday in March 1819 within legal hours,the following .
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securing their safety and interntr returned from California ity Innerarity. r the same in every cue, to the lcvre t bidder tender
means cently CLARK & ST1LLMAN.
: William P. described wit: .
be the Innerarity' Santiago propertyto inz sufficient guarantees for faithful performance
of the whoe] country. Whatever It appears: that four persons had seated them March 3, 1S49. 9-lOw Inneraritv, Lewis W. Minor and Lot number fifty-eight, situated in the Town of without, other reference to the mode of such transjmf-

termination (this Mrn-igle, should those men selves in tho mines to play a game of poker- Heloise Minor, Defendant J Quincy. Levied upon as theproperly of said defendant tation than may be necessary to provide for the duerrJt'rit 1.,.

of hi* party, whose unholy dictation he. has re. he ante, as a substitute for money, being a An Ordinance TT BEING MADE TO APPEAR by affidavit filed cias., and to be old to satisfy B" said C. WEST writ of Sheriff.fieri fa- ,, certainty and security' rfmch tiansportaton 1

;'ected! teek to ,pour out their vjals! .of wrath, handful of gold dust. They continued play. To ruse a Revenue for the City of TallaJias. in this caut .'th'r John F. Innerarity resides beyond February 3. 1819. 5 ; nor s\1 11 any new contractor lereafter be requ'.rcd 0 4 ,' .
him let him the limits to purchase out, or take at a valuation, the
thc.StalJ'of
) Florida. wit. in the
or wreak their vengeance upon ing some time without either side winning see for the Fiscal Year commencing on the to stock vehicles cf '
or
State of Ab any previous contractor for the
: : rest in the approval of hi. OWI conscience and much. At !length one of the party who had first day of April, in the year one thousand sidvs W t of !b 3na.lthat...Middle Circuit William of P.Florida Innerarity to wit re-in Fair Warning. samercute"a
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: the warn pratitu t of the entire body of the n good hand went a handful beter.! ., I eight. t hundred. forty-nine. the Cily of Pensacpla' in. the State of Florid ; that ALL Arsons, without reserve positively, indebt C:: TJit be careful to read ,the fciei ,
.: unc..proiilsCi. and unintimiJated South. Santiago Innerarity resides toth subscriber fur; IS 17-8, either by note
, I see tint, and go a pint better, cried another beyond the :limit of the and instructions appended to Ibis Iderti tnent.- :
r.CTIO\ BE ORDAINED TNTEDANT I State Florida ;ia wit. in or account, or otherwise, if not settled by the 10th
adherents -
sach'men Stephens and his who also had S. : IT RY run the Mandof Cuba ; 'that They are requested to state' in their proposals, tha s
, : a a ,6tron hand.MI see that, COUNCIL CITY TALLAHASSEE I Lewis W.- Minor and March next, will most positively cost. h
Heloise
him let him "I prof ess to respect AND or THE or Minor, reside beyondthe pay mode hv wr.ich they intended to rortey the ciaiL-
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proictibe reply 1 responded the first, and go a quart better,."- That-the first section of the Revenue Act limits ol the Stale of Florida to wit, in the State February 17, 1849. 7 S. F. tUR EY. Where the size and weight rt the trail, the established/ authorities( Birr RtsrJCT Well I that and bet. of the last be, and the same continued in full of Virginia i If 15 therefore
I" see go you a gallon year Ordered That the speed called for in the sctudulej. shall rrl l te if, .4t _. : _
6'111 MOKE TIE LAW. \WHICH THEY HAVE ter," responded the first. This rather disconcerted force as part cf this Ordinance. said named defendiDts do appeal and answer the bill Notice. the contracts will be node for fcach steamboat or a,
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and I in them SECTION 2. Peitfiuther Ordained That there complaint filed! therein, within the
BESX CON8THTTCP, recognize time limitedto creditors legatees and persons entitled to railroad conveyance the case be and.con-
the moment that in contempt his adversary for a moment, as it shall be levie.l and collected the following Taxes for them respectively that i is to say-the slid John ALL!! in the estate of Richard Jones, late eiiuently such routes wi 1 be let may to hit?*;prcpesirg '

13 power vhatrrcrfrom laic rights which it 'oversized his pile"-but confident in the su- the fiscal year commencing on the first day of April F. lnne-I arilY. Lewi. W. l\fillor. and Heloi Minor cf Jeflerson County deceased. hereby notified such mode of conveyance In all cthrr ca!es the ;

of that they usurp peiior strength ot his hand, he collected together .1S19 : within the period of four months from the date of hat their claims and demands will be barred at the routes will be assigned to bids! propcjlng the cheapest ,
hss not conferred on them. In such a situation all the gold dust he had left, and put. 1st.-Upon all Merchants I vending goods, wares the first publication of this order; the said William expiration of two years from this date unless! the mode cf transportation.

I know not !if submission bean act of prudence of his and merchandize a tax of thirty-five cents on every Innerarity within the period of two months ; and same are exhibited to the subscriber ; and all per- -
but I kr.Dw that \vnnxr.viit: ting it aside, cooly remarked to me hundred dollars in value of their stock itt trade on the said Santiago Innerarity within the period of six sons who have any demands against the aid deceasedare for carryirg ,the mails of the United .I :

RFSIST.CC arri. companions, : Here, Jim, watch my pile tillI the firs. day of April next, as near as the same can I months, or in default thereof the said bill of complaint hereby notified. to present them without delay PROPOSALS the M dU1J1 l Julv. 1S49. lo the 20th
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I incur IT BECOMES A Drrv. Having I go out and dig enough to call him." be ascertained.2J I may be taken as confessed by I the said defen and those indebted to said estate are now called uponto of June, ISol, inclasive.'in; FLORIDA will be received :
rfd in this chamber by the trill of those who -Upon all vender of goods, wares and mer- : dants, at and after Ihe several pe'riod* limited to make immediate pa\ment In at the contract office of the Post Office Department 1:

had the right? to send /if, / cannot leave it but Jcvuc- chandize (other than itinerant traders,) who shall them respectively in this order. Provi.ted.that this JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriff! I in the city of Washing, until a m. of

: by the violence of those who may choose to ar.rogate 1'OIJIl COUGHS. commence business alter t the first day of April next order be published once a week for the term of four and ex officio Administrator of said estate. 1 the 4th April. IS49 ((10 be decided by the 24th day .

/ VTistar'a Balsam of Wild Chetry, has cured an obstinate or who hold licenses heretofore issued which expire months arid at the expiration of the said term of Jefferson county, February 10, 1*-I9.. C Sw of April.. 1S49.) on the routes and i in the manner aid '
to thcmselce.s ,hr right nf excluding me, after the first of April nf'1I.a tax of 'thirty-five centson four months, then continuously once % month for tine herein specified viz .
and should this resolution! cost me the, last cx. am) distressing cough, tlf'lIded"ith pain in every hundred dollars in value of their stock in .the term of two month' in a newspaper published 9 6SI '01 nn.iqaj : t.t"LORinA _

freme of peril, I harr only? to say, that thf the side and breast wnioh I had contracted while trade, to be estimated and assessed in all cases at t within the limits of' the Middle Circuit of Florida. 'XOS'IIla.J:: 'd ;

liberty ha been samrtimcsfcrlalicJ by fed running a boat on the James River and Kanawna Ca. any time after the commencement of such business, THOMAS BAL TZELf., jauctn aqi ni p. ojpozi 35-12. From Milton at Gar.-< "Wednesday! _

of blood." nat, which business I had to pull ou account of my or the expiration of such license : ProtiJtd, Such February 00, .\. D. 1S49. Judge.C. .oiint (mp cue \ct; uo r31111. jq 'paypjds! amijoqj By Escambia county and Nathansville .
rrozs tax shall be a :es by P rJ next day, 75 miles
too weak and unfit to discharge duty as
Such was the hnguae of a fl'ltS'patriot, becoming my next fiscal year. A true copy : FBauitnq! juofajd SII! anuiiuoD! o) tmqv!! \ And t back between C a m Frivlaj and 6pm nut '
tod fucli be t the language of JOHN G.\\'LI ofCOMMEIICIAL. a Captain .and during, the winter it grew worse.I .- 3d-Upon all Auction Sales, and sales by Cora- I. R. hARRIS. Clerk Gadjden Circuit Court. .udsnqi pue'Ill \!\!.\\ 7/0 ;jcqi jnq ',czu, Aq papje2d.i. delVe ,.

ALABAMA.I procured two bottles of Wi star's Balsam anJ! I mission Merchants_ factors, one per cent. upon By R. C. LESTER, Deputy Clerk. -91! aq Inu 11aJIOU! '!II Jel.l f1tnJJ .il JaJU'J! }.1I 3543. From Milton at G a m U.'trn.cv! I '. I
the amount of sales. March 3,.1549. 9-Om 'In ByA1aq'iaandt.cheeAnna'
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believe it his relieved me. I can therefor recommend gross ---- .
'Ith-Upon all improved and unimproved town \tJApJusJ! A"cqj sjuno-Jit aijj' '1U tpuN jo qlOIa4J To Marianna, by G p in Friday, 125 mile!
it to all those suliclcd in nitnihr manner. Ictsa hundred dollars 200 Sacks Salt. iq 'SuiCed pue'3uiiej .Tq Surdiaij' e
tax oflhirty.fhecenis on every [ pueq puajoi And back between 0 a m Saturday and 6 p ra
JOSEPH R. BEAL. ualue thereof. T> ECEIVED per Brig Wacissa. For sale l by 'Sh pue tfSI ->0J, saeajje U! ;JB otAni \ 'SJautoi T Monday.

TALLAHASSEE, March 3. Scottville, Virginia, June 15, 1917. 5th-Upon every practicing PhysicianDentist, or 1 JOHN DENHAM.Newport. siq! uo njco injpdd| ?aJ J isoin J3qu3!qtij 3IIwdtaH Proposal to embrace Orange Hill and H.iltnri

'Cotter.-The market l re.mined without!: None genuine, unless signed I. tUTTS, on the every Attorney hundred. and Counsellor dollars of annual at Law income.one per cent. on Feb. 21, 1S4. S 4 dtaH dan Valley LJchee Anna.will t be considered ; abo proposals to tnd a: I. .

inatcml change: since our last, and we quote wrapper. Ctli-Upon all fee: colored males, between the Guardian's Sale. Notice. 3>l-l. From Alsqua 6 a n Fridjy .

citrrmes' SJ G cents. We heard of a small C3-Foi sale by E. nAn .-\Im. Jr., DI"); 3t,Tal. ages of h'ent-one and fitly years, a tax of I ten dollar N MONDAY the 2d of To Geneva Alabama by e', p m, 45 mites ..I
day April next, will rod
creditors
: legatee entitled
F1oriJa! and *. O ?, persons to And back between 6 am and i G !? '
lahassee, D. LADD, Newport by Drug. be sold ALL p ra net: ay.ri'iere.
1.16th hut at public auction, for cash, before the in the estate of James M. Hart late 1.
sale this morning at G principal 7th-Upon all fr tha United States. Court House door in the
;generally throughout of and tax of five dollars. Cily cf.Tallahassee LOT oil Jefferson County deceased are hereby notified the .
-ouc fitly No. .
aa'ci have been the former ages twenty ycarsa letting preceding cr.e, ( 3313,1 tbfrebelnjno.v
at tales. No. in the
05, original plan of( said city, situated on that their claims and demands will be barred the !
-- --- --- ----- --- : at a rodte in operation: between Ginsva, Alabama. J
The Macdn Tdegraph: of 27th gives the PORT OF ST. MAJT S-Cll'arcd, 2Gth 'FeJlul.! Sth-Upon all white male inhabitant, betweenthe the corner Calhoun and Pensacola streets. Said expiration of 'two years from this date. unless the and Uchee Anna. !
IS J3 VVaciss for New York Lot is SCij J by 113i, and will be sold for the benefit of same are exhibited to the subscriber and all I .
ry, Brig Perry master Dfte of tucntv-oue and mty years, a poll tax of ; persons 3515. From Marianna at
following telegraphic] ) account of tbc last stea. with: 5S3 bsles Cotton, 1 bale wool, 103 hides 13''" one dollar. ;I the htir of the late Henry T. CnpelanJ,Jeceascil.by who have any demands: against the said deceased are To Ocile N', Calhcnn ccutty ,
orderof the Honorable 0
arrival and lth-Upon all slaves,a tax seventy-five cen's : Court of Probate for LeonCounty. hereby notified to present them without delay l ; and Aid back
iner's ( Europa) intelligence, '
deer skins and 5 lolls Leather Coo AnJ .
a to r lon Titles at I the cost of purchaser indebted said estate' called
Provided, The City Council may exempt from taxation those to are now upon tc' Bidders will state distance, a!J also a ihedale.to .
received from Baltimore the 23d inst. & C.}. 'I CHARLES E. DYKE, Guardian. immediate
any slave laboring under mental or bodily affliction make payment to connect at Ochesee with the route from
The Enropa with fourteen days later intelligence _A- _____ __. __ __ or infirmity, on application of the owner of February: 24, ISli 8-6w ANN HART. to Chattahoochie. Apalachirob

from Liverpool, arrived at Halifax lUAnnlBD.; such slave, or his agent. Action of Attachment. Qualified: Executrix. 33 16. From Tallahassee at 6 a p :: :1.11 .,
At Thoniasville,Georgia, on Sunday t-vening, the I 10th-Upon all pleasure Carriages, Barouches JetTer-ioT. County February 10, 1549. 6 Sw By Ben H2den Shell Point, and Pawturet

yesterday and her news was immediately tele 25th Februiry, by the Rev. S. Potter, Hon. DANIEL Buggies, Tilbuns, Stanhopes Chairs, Sulkeys and Silas F. Burney, ) Amount sworn to SO 43-100. ToSopehoppy.by6prn.4mi1e, .

graphed to New York form St. Johns!, N. B. Stage Coaches, a tax of thirl)-five cents on e\ery t,. VDarmgeo, $160 00. Notice. And back between 6am and G p n next dlY.
McCRIMMON! of Alabama Miss
Abbeville to
,
She sailed from Liverpool on the 10th insf.- : liundnd dollar value thereot. Isaac Hutto. ) Bond $160 00. weeks after date, I shall apply to the Iron. 3517.: From St. Marks all a m Thursday .,'

The demand for Cotton continued to be good MARY ANN, daughter of the; Rev. I. L. Potter of llth-Upon every Slave publicly exhibited for ""PHE defendant f and all others interested are hereby FOUR e of Probate for the County of Jeffersonfor By Newport, Wacisna. and Marion

with large sales. On the week ending Feb. the fcrtnor place. sale within 'the incorpoi at ed limits this city' a tax J. notified of the commencement of this suit leave to sell 'the real estate of James M. Sloan, To Monticello, by 6 p m, 4'') miles
-- --- -------.-----. of tuodollais.12th returnable the Ciicuit Court to be held Talla. late of said County, And back between Can and G n ret f11.i ? .
-- -- ------- -- ------ ---- at p
I 2J. the kales reached 08.003 bales ; I,000 XJWE'E are authorized and re uevteil to announce / -Upon all monies loaned at interest, thirty- hassee, in the County of Leon and Middle Circuit of deceased.JAS.. R. TUCKER. i Proposals to commence at Newport are invited.

}being American. South .\meriC3J had advanced the Hon. JAMES E. BROOMEas a candidate for the five cents on every huudied dollars so loaned or keptat the State of Florida:on the fourth Monday ('2'ith' Sheriff and ex officio Administrator. i 35-13. From Q.uincy at 9 a n Friday ;

halfpenny per pound since the Niag. interest. day) of March, A. D. 1SI9, and lo appear and plead Jefferson County February 1U, 1S49. C 4t BY Rocky Corofttt ,
Office of Judge of Probate (fnr the County of Leon, at SECTION 3. Se further Ordained That there Reform"
left. Miiand for all to the same. WALKER &. GW YNN, To by 12 n, to n'iie,
era Thc : descriptions the election on first Monday in May next. shall be levied and collected the following Licence Feb. 21 I, 18-t{. S .Ally' for Pl'lT. Notice. And back between 6 a in and SJ a n.

during the week ending on: the 10th continued taxes : months after date, I shall :ppTy to the Hon. Proposals to embrace Srcludo will be co aidcred. .
active-importations! l large-sales large.- c{:;- WE are authorized and requested to announce 1st-Upon all retailers of spirituous or vinous liquors Notice. SIX of Probate for the County of Jefferson for 3540. From Quincy 3t 12 ra Wednesday

Fair Upland and Mobile 4J.; Fair Orleans Major JOHN BEARD as a candidate lor the Ollice of in quantities less than one quart, a tax of sixty weeks after t date, application will be made by letters of dismi sion as Executor of William H. I Tw Secludo, by 3 p m. t 9 mil'1 ,t c

4jd. Breadstuff' sicady.! Slight decline inCorn. Register of Public Lind- of the State t-f Florida, at dollar SIX subscriber to the Honorable the .ude of Mathers, late of said county df Cf L'Id. And back between San and Ham.
2d-Upon all Billiard Tables and Bo.linne, SOLOMON E. MATHERS.Jeforson 3j.0. From Jasper at ra m Monday
Slocks fctjll the election fust Monday in May nest. Probate for letters administration on the esla'lt' of
improving.Siock or T n.pin Alleys technically so called used for Blount'rf and
Ravlinson'a
Wailer W. Taj lor, deceased, latf of Leon County. February 10,15-19. K 6n By Ferry Ferry
: of C-j'.ton in Liverpool four hundred = -=- -- --: --- :: -=----: hire a tax of fifty dollars. HAYWARD.February county.RICHARD To Centre Village Ga., by 6 j l' n Wtdne d31,
3J t-Upon dray or cart, used for hire a tax For New York. 100 miles .
thousand bait f, against: two hundred and dgh.l French Horticulture: and Floriculture.IIn every 2,1. 1840. 8 6wAdministrator's I :,
I of eight dollar FLORINA PENDLETOv.1 And back between Can Thursday and C n
,
'.lwo thousand this lim? last year ; of which fast-sailing Brig p .
41 h-Upon every two or four horse wagon used) for Sale. THE and the I Saturday. "
now daily expected having
two hundr und!) fitly.five thousand ngaint : :: hire a lax ot ten dollar) 3551. From Pilatka at Sam .
Friday
bul'-i of her engaged, will have despatch fur the
cne hundred and two thou.1td, are American 'I ." t' 'l" rem lin Subs-uUrr hut a lew, intending da\s in the to 5I 1 h-Upon every hack or public carriage used for WILL be of sold, before the Court House in 'the above port. cargo For Height or passageapply to To Ne-.vnansville by 61) m next day.5? niles t
Quincy, on Monday the 10th of
"
or United S'atf Cottons. The [) here, invites the Ladies hire a tax of eight dollars, except hacks and can ia- day McNAUGHT & ORMOND. And back between 6am Sundayiacd G p m I
city,
rvfrpectfully March
e'fH\tr1 Ilext, betwcen I the hour of eleven and two .
i 14 a little obscure.' Corn, thirty-ihreo) fhil. 'Ji'C and Gentlemen; ol Tallahassee and ges belonging; to public livery stables.! o'cl -ck, the follow ing negro slave, belonging 'to the Newport, January 27, 1849._4_ next day. W
Oth-Upon every public Livery Stable! a tax uf Proposals to commence at Cringe Sprigs will b. ,J.
FJO.TI the the surrounding country, to an mspection estate of Richard Carnrchan deceased viz I
lings per q-iaricr. mmuftturn.: twen".fVf' dollars.7th : : A negro Great Bargains. considered.

Jistiict, the ;':CJUatl: are IMC; ): : f,! I t clf Ins car.-ful.y pifsenct -t'f.on every Hanker and Pedlar vending woman by the name of Harriet ; a n .woman 3:5'. From Alligator, at '
dcrs of gooJ i nrefjr.nin ili"ir prices and fian- rind spC-.d.d! collection of ro'>d,, warn and -rchaiiuize, ata\ of one llunLrc-d by the name of Nancy, and hr two infant children ; SELLING OFF AT COST To OIe? ;fpe 4 4 '.
Plants Trees Bulbs and and a boy bv the name of Frank. I.
Roots dollars. .
une: !ia ti-ir! : ;'ltid..tt"IS; .: ofa healthy. ".:rin j JAMES E. BETTNER, Adon, .* T 'the Store of LSo II. GREENBERG & CO., '.tcd'uck.Bidder3 ,
bth all Bank of dolais. ] r.
mrjiiTr.ri: VHOM rnANcr, -Upon Agencies, a tax aRty rarc offered the of the will state the! cishr,:: and the Lours of
greatest bargains season
s By C. H. Dt-POXT,
tu.!( Agent. and arrival. .
j Cinsistingof Came Rhododciidrum, A zcVa Good of variety can be had for cash at cost departure ;
Magnolia Garl'n Fla., Ftb. 17, 1'J9. 7 every
!Ol h all of Insuiance County
-Upon abend's 3553. From Nerransville
The nU the Cotton Companies, at 6
a m Wedaeaday:
ri'poils
paper New York HaYin
"nf Ti ee.peony, d1frr'nt; Cape Jasmin, Pit/'jiau- a tax 'i\clvr dollars.10th r 7 prices, and some below co"-t. : U'acassa
Market! of Xew Voik on I tie C-lth to be rum, Daphne, Moss and Monthly ROS..S ; ornamental Notice. made up their rninils to close business soon, purchasers I
-Upon all venders Lottery Tirk't", a tax To Cedar ? G ;
frm : Keys by p n nest day, 70 tnilfr! .
jhrubs of all varieties.FnciTs will do well to call early if they desire to hire ;
TJie sales reached 1,031)) btl,'s at an advance -Pear, Apple, Cherry, Apricot, Peach of twenty-five dollars : And all retailers of spiriton THE Copartnership; heretofore existing under the t the best selections.! Positively no credit wilt be And hack between 6am Friday and 6 p :1 ; .
villous liquors aforesaid all of billiard of dat.
rr as keeper Cole Stephens & Co., is this day dissolved next
fr J of:cent pr pound since the receipt of the Grapes, Orange Trrrs. ice. ; .o\.parlr1Is.; alto, a. tables! or bowling or t ten-pin allevs all keepers by mutual c"nsent.11 persons indebted to I given.All. 3G51. From Newnansvili; at a a rn Wednesday .
large collection of Hulbous Root, and Seeds of every persons imlebt d t'l them will please com ;
Hurop*'* new !. The undersigned f11IU' found at of every dray or carl, or two or four horse wagon said firm will please make pa\ITt'nt: to A. II. Coleor forward early and settle their accounts. By Madisnnboro 'J
description. or hack or public carriage, used for hire as aforesaid Geo.V Cole who are alone authorized to settle the To Orange Springs bw G p m next day,GO cile j L
:.1. U.Fortune I Those indebted to ,the late concern in Monficello,
NEW OKLCASS, Feb. 21bt. the biiil'ling recently occupied! by i'r.! $
-all keepers livery 1 stable**, hankers and affairs of the concern. WILLIAM An-1 back between 6 a n Fridj lr.dI p '.
will find their account with CUDD
a a Tin Manufactory nearly opposite the Fhoj :-
Arrived between IGsh and date 16,216bales. pedlars agents of Banks or Insurance Companies A. H. COLT rn rest day. JQ
nix Buildings. DANIEL, Esq., who is duly authoriscd to receipt for the aIae
'I j :*id all'venders of lottery tickets, shall under penal S A M'L STEVENS, erc. Whether this rcYle.m be nc e$43rr, incase
P/ices uchaugcd-1J} a 7>. Horticu'.tor: Fiottkt i t, in I'iUJ. I ly of u'uble ,th tax in case of failure, hclore their GEO. W. COLE.Mariiion January 21, IS"! _4_ of letting route No. 3.'I, troD Pilatka to Newn.insvile I

The receipts at t this port since UtSeptemKcr I.I March 3, 1 1S49. 92wNotice. several avocations, railing or business aforesaid C. II., Fe:). 17, 1S49. 7 4t W GAITHER BURGESS & CO : ? I
may be pursued, and upon the payment of 'the taxes ::.55j. From Micanopy it G a rn Friday ,
of arrivals from .Mobile!
(oxcjuVivr tie levied as aforesaid, cbtain a License so in do from Notice. & By Fr.rt Clark J
CommissionDealers
Florida and Tc'ut) are 070,933 bales! against ALLr'rrsinsindfutedtoBIRCHETT&.LINDEN- the lntendantto be cou'ntcrs'giied tJaeTreal'urcr. 1.- after date I shall apply) to the Judge Receiving, Forwarding To Fort Hailee by 7 p n, 40 mites '

( .SO- 'bales to mm date last year, and : : and such License shall not be issued for a shorter SIXVe for .the County of Garden for lel'tr's of I r.1 !F ri ) 0 f. A; tM 1 uu.o tP. And back between 6am and 7 p n next I

i 497,926: 'bales the! year previous, und the in. the tettirn riiyof the coming Court. pcrioj than one year.llth administration on the estate t rf Alexander Mclver, d.w.. ,
crease i in the tt nil: the port, tolatest March 3, 1 IS49. '.' -On all Shows, r.irrU'ICi. F.' "J'strian or Theatrical latT ni'J County. WM. H. FORESTER.February [ -\ Prop als to ecclirace! Fort CTan ,ins'ed of Fort .
receipts up
Exhibition, a tax of the tiolUrs, shall be levied 17, 1S49. 7 in Western Produce, Clerk are invited. 'I
date, as compared with last 3 ear is IA&tD.-IN aJieu friend and 3 From Jacksonville! at G Tue
bidding to my and collected for each exhibition, a licence to authorize 62 Poydras Street New Orleans. 55. a m Jay
400,163 baitIn, tl.e exports fsom the United \ILl patrons, would rHurn them my most t sinreie which mu.t first be obtained from Jhe Intendant SIMON TOWLE. MABItNO D. PAPV Feb. 3, 1543. 5 6m By Haddock's, Kirkland'-, Nassau C H,as J .

States to frifign' coui tics, a( lhanksand heartfelt gratitude lot (the kindness, libtrality and countersigned by the Treasurer, under a TOWLE & PAPY V.'ccdstcck Mills
with the dates Jhere otrpar'c ai-d patronage extended to roe from 'the dd.>sof penalty double the tax herein assessed. S. S. KNIGHT & CO. ToSt Mary's.Ga.ty'ip! : t:1 ntt tday.SO miles
same lat j ear, sin my boj hood 'to the III e't/lt. 12lh-Upon all itinerant traders, who shall lfT"rool" Attorneys( and Counsellors at Law, And bark between crease of: 9rJ.riGO bales: 'to G. Biitain, while I GEORGE pnOCTOR.Ta1Iah Wholesale and Retail Grocers, and Provision! nsxr day. 'I
wares or merchandize for sale in this city, (formed an association: for the Practice
to France there is a tlecieaseot 39,984 hales \, ep, March 3, 1 161'J. 9-2w I there shall be leviedandcollected a tax of one hundred HAVING, will attend the several Courts of Ihe Dealers.TALL.IIASSEC Separate: proposal for that part of l this route be- V }:

nnd of 4004 h.lcslu other foreign i penh dollars ; and a I license so to sell shall. first he Middle Circuit of Florida, and in 'the District Court FLORIDA. Iween Nassau C H and Sr. Mary' OUt invited. t'
i Suitors in tic Circuit Court Jackson County.ORDER ). obtained frrtn the Ir.tendant ai aforesaid tinder apenalty hfthe! UTS at Tallahassee. All business entrusted constantly on hand. and offer far sale at n 3:57. From Nassau C H at S a m Friday ,. Ji

i U.r Ciittenden .' -- in case failure so to do.er'' a double tax to to their care.will receive prompt attention. KEEP advance on cost for cash, all the standard To Ferr.andina by 6 p .. 30 miles {
Cor. no longer 'hang: I to facilitate the se.etatliJimenIorpartrs be i imposed.SHCTIOV Crj- Office in .the C'p lol. articles in their line. Flours of approved qualities And back between Sam and 6pm next (I,.: "I < '*'

J back dubious." He declines : scat in the in cause* pending in Jacltcn Wrtuit Cowl tie- 4. Be itfutlher Ordainid, That every February 13, 1840. 7 -Sugars, Cotfees. Teas, Bacon. Hams. Pork, 3553. From PiUtka, at 7 a m Tuesday ..

I Cabinet for not made I sit ay ed by fue.IT uerreotyj'isl l. before pursuing such occupation in Soap Candles Lard, and all similar articles-together By Volmia. Foit Butler, Enterprise, and J
yet public
.
f'a".IH TifEREA. the act rf2'th December I h i"city, and every non.i esident Dent iu.t,hefore pursuing Last Notice save one. with Fruits, Irish Potatoes Onions, Nuts, "Mtllonville p
1 though shrewdly) suspected to have some. intimate > V tilled An Act to 1'il'5.en. his profession within the limits of this city }Raisins, Figs Almonds, and all other articlei usually To 'the head water of St. John's river (by t1
re. 1 ablilih 'the Records of
indebted the .
shall of dollars persons to subscribers ear- water,) by 7 p m Thursday, ISO miles ;,
tax and establishments.
pay a ten obtain a license ALL found in similar .
connection with troubles in the County ot Jackson and for other' in
anticipated !its ninth section that all .purposes from the Intendant ; and upon failure or refusal so invited to call and arrange their accounts Store next door above G. II. Meginnhs, on Monroe And back between 7 a in Friday and 7 p n '1
provides piocefrdingsand: 'to the 15th March, will find 1
I the whig camp. to do, shall pay double the tax above assessed.SECTION previous c-r they street. Sunday :: '
and undetermined
matters pending in said Court, 5. Be it cost addtd to them. BLOOD & FOSTER.. 4 3:iO. From the head waters of St. John river at 6 4
j further Ordained That all Jannary 27. 1S49. ly .
Judge McLean declines the Ohio nomination and all papers document, and instrument ot \rri- Ordinances of Ordinances February 17, 1949. 7 3w a m Friday .. '
or parts with
for Senator, thinking, \\(suppose he canJdminiitcr" 'the ting manner peitaining prescribed thereto by, may law. be in re-esIabIi1ic.d reference to lostpapeu in the true intent and meaning of this conflicting Ordinance, be Buggy for Sale. Pettit Gulf Cotton Seed. By ter Indian river Palos,San Ll1c e.andJupi- A ; !

arid the arne are hereby repealed. GENUINE IT.TITGULF COT- .
nni-bla\'rr'law"! better from the section, or in of the f this manner act, or pointed in such nut manner in .the as preceding IicCourt Passed the Council and approv .J this 25th day of' GOOD SECOND HAND BUGGY sile. 7BUSHF.LS for sale. It has been here three To Miami Dace! county (by land,) by G p o :._,
ONE
bench, than from a scat in the Senate Cham- direct February, A. I D. ISJ9.TMOS.. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE year, and kept in a dry place. next Thursday, 250 mile ;
may dally : J. PERKINS, Inttndant. February 17, IS 19. 7 Agent. I am informed by Planters that its age does not injure And back between 6 a n Friday acd 6 pus I :r
tcr.'e that THE COURT, THKREFOIIE, DOTH nJDIIAND n- .
are furprse any wi'" library Atteif-.CEO. W. HUTCIHNS, Clerk. iti jut has not sprouted. I will sell it low to next Thorsdiy. j I
JI JCT, That party desircuj of e tabli liing
should be without the any any March 3, IS4'J. 9-4vv Cottons wanted. cloite the consignment. 3560. From Tampa at :
Long
dJck\lencc"-scarc pleading, [paper, exhibit, interlocutory order judgment By Manatee S .
3 J. R. FORTUI'.E.
again, neighbor. decree, or motion pending and undetermined _nn BALES: Her-gined Sea Island Cotton January 20, 1919. To Sarasota? by CO miles :'o.,.
J.
--- --- in said Couit, either Lavor Chancery, at I theiline I Notice.A Owl./ are wanted, (or which ,the full value will For New York. And back between .. r .

The Bible upon which, the first inauguration of( burning ,the Court House of Jackson County, may LL persons.e hereby cautioned against trading be given by' S. F. BURNEY. Sschooner COMMODORE KEARNEY," Separate proposals to supply Manatee from Sara- I is
file with the Clfik an exemplification or certified for any or either' ot the following described i irrotnis..ury February 17, 13197 THE sota, in case of letting route No. 3;63, are invil J .
j oath taken by Washington, is fetili the if he have add : Master will \3 pro.erved copyol sane. one, cau-e notice notes, lo w it : One note made by John}. M. 35 ,1. From Tampa at 6 .a m Tuesday '
I In New Yotk and will lie taken to to be served on Ihe opposite hartS, or Ids Attorney, Rajscr (or Razor) for two hundred and ninety dol- NOTICI--All person indebted. to .the firm of passa' ", apply to JOHN DENHAM. By Hitcnepuck3a. and Fort GatJInTo J'J

I Washington, city 'lo be used at the inaugura.ton.ofaeti. or Solicitor f'f Record, ten day be/oie/ Court in Urn, (S-2W! )) dated 25th day of AugustISISpayable are hereby notified that t theyare Newport, January 20. lt)49.) 3 Me1tonvillebytpmThursday.I00rni1ss r I

I Trfjlor.Very show, cause' why the same shall not be t et.thui.hed! to David E.: M. Scott or order on (Ihe first day of January requited to fettle\ 'their accounts and notes without For New Yorlr. And back between 6 a ra Friday and 6 p ra . I.' 4':
; and stand in place of the original, and ifno cau e IJshewn. I 1S50, which said note I endorsed to Bulky I delay,ard that, in default thereof proceedings Sunday. 1 ; .
likely, thi* will have a good rflect in I the same may be ordered.If Wynn.Also. will be instituted at the next term of the courts. TilE Brig WARCALLER," JOSSLTN, Master. 3562. From Jacksonville at 3 a ra Monday and Thursday t

I Old & the such parly hive no such copy, ami) ha. reason one note on David E. M. Scott payable on Payments may be made to the undersigned, or, to sail as above. For freight or passage, apply ,
conforming Hough) Ready to JOHN DE U.\l\I. 5
lo believe that an original, or exemplification, or the first day of January. 1S50, for two hundred and( Francis 1tFlagg, their stenf.; to To St. Aujustine by 12 m, 33 miles ,
\, example pf our "earlier presidents." We certified copy i i" in the possession of any opposite twenty-fixe dollars, ($225)) to Hartley Wynnorbear.er JAMES T. ARCHER. A!\Jgt1C. Newport Jantnry: 20( 1949._3_ Arid back between 7 a m and 4 p n nest

r i\\ I party hit Attorney or Solicitor of Record,hejmay; by dated 7th day of December 19 IS. LOWELL HOLEBROOK, 5 Flour &c. djys.Proposals .
wait; who is be the Hamilton ,
t patiently, to .cc to himself Solicitor make oath of such February 17, 1S49. 7 connexions with
,or Attorney, or Also, another note on David E. M Scott for I the I to make closer steam
atjd who the Jefierson, of his Cabinet. belief, and may nerve a like notice upon the Raid sum of two hundred and I thirty-five dollars ($235)) RECEIVED} per Schooner Randall Marshall, boats at Jacksonville will be considered. ,. .
opposite parly his Attorney or Solicitor Record, payable to Bartley Wynn bearer on the first day of In Gadsden Circuit Court planting Potatoes. 3533. From St. Augustine by Smyrna. Indian River

OCr.Vi'.J.: Jj. ; "Mustang" requiring him to produce the same forthwith to the January, lS5l, dated 7th December, 18IS. Thetwolast TO SPRING TERM, 1849. 16 superfine Flour San Lode Jupiter, Miami, Key Largo.
1.'masERlle I Clerk to be substituted as an original and a new certified described notes draw interest at the rate of six Thomas F. Martin, 50 sacks Salt, for sale bv Indian Key, Key West, Charlotte Harbor. cI ,
: tor .pmce'l] of the N. O. IJella, whose accounts copy given him, or to shew cause (under oath) per cent from dale. Attaclment. $106 50. JOHN DENHAM. ratotaTampay, Cedar Keys. St. Marks, .
r.
And if Ihe shall be it Said advertised V L'ondin $.20. Newport Jammy: !O. 1819. 3_ Apalachicola, St. Joseph's, and Si. An- .
of the battles in' Mexico reflected so for refusing. flame produced notes are and this caution is given i Arch. B. McDougald.'! ) I l
: ohall be so established. But if the same shall not be because the consideration for which they were defendant and all other eu interested! drexv's, to Pensacola, miles ah j back

much credit upon himself. and added BO much I produced for any cause, then the party Riving such given and the first named endorsed, has entirely I I THE hereby notified of the institution' of the Notice. twice a month, in steamboat ,. 'J.p

10 the interest of one of the bc lt t papers in the notice may proceed under such notice to establish failed, and I am determined not to pay any or eitherof I above suit by ttachment.and are required. to appear ALL persons having demands against the estate of Separate proposals for sections of'the above routes
the by he by affidavit them unless law \ Graham deceased are hereby notified will be corsidered. .
same any copy may posset compelled by so to d.i. and plead to the declaration filed therein within the .
Union, now goes fo California as the correspondent or otherwise a. he bent may, or in case there shallno DA vm E. M. SCOTT time prescribed by law. to present them without delay to the undersigned .NOTES. _. ___ _

of,the Pica one. Mr. I'. is a practi. I copy be known to be ctantthen by th. best evidence Pr his All)'. Titos. Jtrr. HEIR Dated January 29lh A,. D. 18t9. and all persons indebted to said estate will Each proposal should be accompanied by a guarantee _
} in the party's power. The other side incase Montirello, Fa., March 3, IS49. 9. JOHN ERSKINE.Plaintiff's: make immediate payment.WILLIAM. ,signed by one or'more responsible persons, ia s
I II II
cal: printer, and was or a short! lime employed denial, producing such testimony as he may t Attorney. G. PONDER the following manner; viz: :: __________
I think and be legal, il necessary an issue may I 6 3m January 20, IS1. 3 St Executor. The undersigned guaranty that ;
I ** such in the office of the Floridian in this proper For New York.- Februiry. 10,1819.
if his bid for the mail from
to be :
be made up to try tho question summarily, and decree ,I ". carrying > _
ftv.:; I go according to the verdict. And in all other BRIG WACISSA.I Perry roaster, will rail b Notice. Blacksmithing.GOOD I accepted bv the Postmaster General; shall enter into .

I' cases where the parly shall not know or have reason For freight or passage, apply to I. : substantial, and cheap Blacksmithing of an obligation prior to the first 'day of July neal. '

Washington Ifuut hit: been elected to believe of the existence of any original exempli- JOHN DENHAM. I ALt creditor*, legatees; and persons entitled to kinds done at the Srmn, near my Stable, occupied with good and sufficient sureties, to perform the ser _
(7 I William "
Goodman
il 'C'ationort"trtifif'd copy, the party may give notice Newport, Feb. P.4. 1610. 8 in I the estateof last year by Miller & l1rok \V. vice proposed. ,. j
Comptroller by the N. Y. Legislature in the m aforesaid and that unless the other shall producea late of Jefferson County, deceased; are hereby: noli- January 20. IS.!. 3 A.s.. FISHER; This should be accompanied tha certificate (

place of Mr. >* igncd.nijk copy certified or otherwise susceptible of proof, Notice LIed( to exhib.it! Iheirclaims and denands within two I postmaster of other equivalent testimony, that the '
r :
J"imor oth- from this", date or the same will be barred; and and Salt; guarantors ate men of property and able to make
that he will establish the sameliom memory or years I ? Bagging, Rope, __________
SECRETARY OF STATs Oinct, > lU persoto. Indebted t to the estate are requested to t good their euaranti-e.
and the other 1 '
hebett or parties
wise as PartY Ocllla and other vessels
may
Reffiinen...'Y\\\\, Si. Louis Reveille and be heard by evidence, and if necessary T Tallahassee February 24, IS49. ) make Immediate payment to the undersigned.WM. T JtV) ECEIVED! per Brig The proposal should be sent to the department z
fthe J3th may appear PROPOSALS '- WEST. ? Qualified: 200 pieces Begging} sealed, ndorsed Proposals lor route No. in : ________
inkt. says that by an order of Ma. an issue may be made up, and tried summarily SCALED for delivering the Acts '. 2QO coils Rope ..: _ _
: *
Jtr Gen. Twig, Col. Lot ing is to push for. and decree according to its re'ulj.( of the late session of t the General JOHN M. SMITHMExecutors.JefTeWonCountyj If4l ti 8w COO sacks Liverpool Salt. for sale by ,* and aMrelsed? to the First Assistant Post ) _ _

'\' red his Such notices may be issued and served as other Assembly, and Thompson's Digest to Jhe several February40 JOHN DENHAM. master General.

preparation at Jefferson Barrackstor notices bylaw. a prac'ipe and cop of such notice Judges of f Probote in the Slate for distribution, will Newport November -18, 154L 18 For the prohibition of bids rewltinp from combination 1 _____________
advancing the Rifle Fort A Card; and the terms and condition.noa which the _ _
Regiment to bein" filed with the Clerk *s in other' cases. be received at this Office until 12 o'clock, M. on ,

Ltai-enworth, wiili, a view of a ttArt for Ore. GEORGE S. HAWKINS Judge, &.c. ltJ :ad3Ihe 19th day of March nest tie Pickled Mullet. contract is to be made.seethelat annual advertise.. ..
iron at the .0t N. B. Proposals must he for at least one half of J: Dlli'nl offers hi, professional vi- mtai. 1 _ _
earliest practicable ckte Com. !I March 3, 1549.. the State either East or West t l. starting\ frorr Tallahassee D''cestoithe t citizen* ot Tallahassee and surround. 50 BARRELS No. 1 PICKLED: l\tUJ Lr.T'of C. JOHNSON Postmaster Gccenl, <4 fn.

f,3.ny, D, of the Gh: Infantry: now at JefFerson j AA SACKS SALT JUST RECEIVED .HV ,A.' E. MAXWELL. ing country.. Office at the plantation 01! Gen. John! the first c3tch. and in fine order. POST Orrici: DrpAHT5ft f

UhckJ. and 3 onecompjiiv dragoons from I \\rmrr t. I f" Secret,* of State. P. nqta1. onf' mite North of thi! cify. ,! F.or alelow) by McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Washington,January 20,1349.

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TOWNSEND'SSARSAPARILLA Chancery bale.T .
PLBLIC IEET.G. Dii.
On a motion of Col. Root thai these reso. Just Received
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I TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE. >V virtue of a Decree in Chancery,

On Monday night one of tlic largest and' lutions be adopted, 1 debate irang: up, in AT L LEWIS & AMES Drug Store, a freb supply virtue of the power vested' in me t>y larr, I O the Circuit C>ur' tr Leon County,rMdrr-d on ihc I2t in
which Col. Uoykin, Price Williams of Sum. : New and Valuable Medicines-tmon- which Iii the ttorld. BY diy of December. A D !
most meetings ever embled! in The most extraordinary Medicine have levied upon and shall expose for sale, -- 1'51. i i 'antlinz. Jn-r, expectable ler county. Col.) WalkerA. D. Meek, J. W. are Ihe fflU'J\\ing: fore the Court Iou! ed"orin the city of TaMah.nsee, pe wherein 'the S'UI bern Life Inuratc

Mobile, me: itt! the Couit House, to respond lo i I L. Dr. Wro. T. Hamilton, G. FLindsey D R. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE on Ihe first Monday in May nexl, ((1549.)the lollow- Tr'i't Company and 'the State of Florida; were Crraplainant. JL

Ihe "Address of the Southern Delegates in l GhidcrF. 1, and J. A. BITTERS, ng described property, or so much thereof a? will ,and William Barney. D..ftr.dant.1 half
Camp.
Congress 10 their con tillents." tle:5C: Desiened for, and trill cure. Dyspepsia Liver Complaint pay> the State and County Taxes due thereon for the proceed to tell, In Iront oJ the Court House door j in
bell participated. Piles, -Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred ,Ihe city of Tallaha the
On moion: of Utn. Thos. Holland, J. E. .ve arlS4Stowit : won first Mtndaj in ilj'reh
called the chair. Final all obstnrction to the original res. diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure Thai body 0' land lying in (lie County of Leon. next, the following Land, to wit:

SaunoVts was lo o ) removed, and they weie. adopted ; stale' ot' blood.DR. Bounded North by Ihe line of demarcation West by The W i of the SV 4 ol Sc 21 ; the E i If |111.,

On motion of Col. Hojkin, Judge Chamberlain unanimously and with shouts of approbation. HUI.L'SVOR I Lozt Gr.s. ; heOclockonee River, South by Wakulla County, S IV4ofSec2ItheEjotthsF4orSe.i

Capt. James Crawlord: and Cbas.LfHaron The safest, most t effectual, and pleasant preparation IIJIJLLIJHJIIJTjJJ1 and East by Ihe St. Marks River,known as Forbes'E W i ol' the N W 4 of Sec 27; ,Ihe E J of( th. N*
were chosen Vice Presidents. The, fulu'wing resolution was substituted by before the public, bribe eradication of WORMS, in : Purchase," and purporting to belong to the \ 4 of Sec 2S ; and the Wi wf theN E 4 of Sec 28,

G. F. Lindsey, and adopted : Children or Adults. cola Land Company. all'l in T3, N of R 3 East, fon'aininj in all
On motion of G. F. Lindscy J. II. Hlochr 479
Rcsohrd! That the proceedings of this HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, IVofSE4.Sec1T'2.R2.SandE.IVOt J fiO too acres, and lyii.g and being in tfe County of

II.I! lUlcnt. yne and U. Brooks, were chosen be published! in the oflhis city, Will PREVENT Consumption, and CCRE all cases of( N E !. Sec 15. T 2, R 2, S and E.,owner unknourn.ESWSec26TIR1NandW.Ovnerun. Le on.
Secretaries.The meeting papers Cold, Asthma,Spitting ol Blond, Pains iq the Side, S Tt'rml-Casb. Deeds at purchaser's ec,tj.
and thai the pplr throughout the south be Shortness of Breath and all other I Pulmonary Com #:r. -
thus the JOHN B.
meeting being organized, known. KEEN
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them and fur the that
chairman Mated ili objects, and was succeeded leqiiCfttcd to publish *, tlainti.'L"'O W i lot No. 199lyin) and being in old plan: city Master in Chancery, Middle Cir) *.

by J. A. Campbell! ), who, after tin impieeiro the Secretaries: ihis meeting furnish a copyof DR. HULL'S FEVER AND- AGUE PILLS, This Extract is put up i'l quart bottles; it ft sir of Tallahassee, owner unknown.Lot January 27.15-19. -t Is C*
the each of Senators and No. Inc 13 lots 1 and 2 fnc
same to our our and warranted 2. sec : sec 23 ; -
.! speech, submitted the following resolutions Well known as a Safe. Ceitain, and Etrectual Corer times cheaper, pleananter, superior W J. and X E 4 of Sec 25 In Chancery.
i immediate Hfprt5entati.cs in Congress, with f0 Fever and Chills aiul Intermittent to a'I'ot.l.. It cures disease without vomit- section 24 ; and lots No. *
: the the Con. Ague \> ingpursitig.3ickeningor debilitating thepat ient. 1;, 2, 3 i, 4,5, 6, and 7, of Sec. 20, in Township, Sof MADISON CIRCUIT COURT.
they
request presented to and all 1 other Fevers. Price reduced to Sertnty-ftee
heartily the t R 1 W., containing 21-11 acres, purporting' to be-
Rcsolccd, That we approve and) of this S.irsa- ; Theodore Hartridge, Administrator cf Thomas Lir-
gi i ess of ihe U. States. COn ents per Kox. "111 lIE great beauty: superiority
lon to Albert A. Pickett and John H. Gindrat.
conduct oflbe Senators: and Uepr. setitative'* i I motion of Col. ?, it was resolvedthat The above Medicines, ficsh and genuine, lire for panlU overall other medicine is, that while W Jof N W4 of in C n"e.s ff thfl Souihcrn: : Sats general, Hot sale by LEWIS! & AMES.Tallahassee t eradicates the diqease it invigorates I the body. It '$.
: i the last of the resolutions submitted longin to estate of A. Branson for taxes due for The \Vid0vr Heir and Creditors
of
Fa. of the best and Summer medicines Tbonas Llh
the I is Spring
and of State Alabama) in in I ) one very :
nf particu'ur, 1S43, 14L 1537, and 1S49.
I j I M Ir. be sent off to Gov. Gayle For certificates of recommendation, and other information ever known ; it not only purifies the whole system .years ingstnn, deceased.N .
Cample1
and of the) Address oftbp Section 15T R 1 N and E. be-
l In-adoption' signature J | I 1. pUtporlin to obedience to a Decree ot Ihe Honorable
[ t( concerning the above :\I icinl''is'e future and strengthens person, but il creates new, pure [ Courtof
S )ntherti Delegate* to their constituents Here a motion for adjournment was advertisements, and pimrhels.hicb! may be obtained and rich blood; a Dower possessed by no other med. long 10 W. G. Gould. Chancery in the above cause, notice i is hereby
JAMES W. SHERWOOD
of the Scuh.: car.red. of the Agents. icine. And in this lies the grand secret of its wonderful given to all creditors of the bite Thomas Livingston

Ruolcl! That we fully concur in the pro. _ March, I JR. 1 1S4*. 35 lurc('>s. It ha? performed within the last two October Tax 21.Assessor 1S43. and Collector 14 Leon tit'County. to for render the to the undersigned as Master in Chancery
-- --- -- County ol Madijon.on
beore
or : the
last
more than 5O.OOO cures of severe cases of Mona
prieiyof tone and truth oftbe matter 17r $ and( Carprts.-Tho Chicago Jour. Drugs, Medicines, &c. years disease; Jtl least {,OOO were considered incurable. Tax Collector's Sale. day; ((2Gh( ) of March ne\t.lS49. the amountdaffi

of lhat address-wo agree that aggression has rial learnedly! philosophizes on these in. It has sated the lives of more than ,000 childrenthe and character of their ciaitrs and they hereby hat;

followed aggression arid enrnachment en roach. 1lle ting ihemes. There is a J barge streak of EDWARD BARNARD. JR., past seaon in the city oft\, Yotk alone.ore .- B Y virtue of the authority vested ia me by law, I notice to file the sara'e in my office on or before the
have this levied and will for i I
Northern Slates in the reflections received, the late arrivals M 'than day upon, expose |' date above mentioned when I will proceed to held
men', on the of ihe upon sense : by a .
part HAS sale, before the Court House in the city of Tallahassee
reference to ascertain such information
d
the right, the feeling and the interest! of the In the selection of a carpet, you always DRUGS addition AND to MEDICINE his; stock of ,GENUINE all of 3,000 2,000 cases ca-cs of of Chronic Dyspepsia Rheumatism; on 'the first Monday in March next, the follow- nble me to report a legal distribution of as the will*uetof en,*

S.I.ther State relative! the institution; of prefer one with small! figures, 'for the webs of which are,>f good nullity, low for Cash.hand I.OOOca.esot General Debility;i I i and want t of Energy; ing j properly, or so much thereof as will pay the the estate of said deceased among the creditors
and that the time has arrived for which the fabric consists State and County Taxes due thereon for the year I to the Court. Djted 13th December
s'avery, a are always more Aiuufl a general assortment of the following 7fjJ( () cases of the different Female complaints ; 1S4S.

plain auJ explicit understanding between ihedifietent closely interwoven than in the carpetingwhere which ate warranted genuine, viz : 2,000 cases ol Scrofula ; ISIS, to wit: JOHN C. :feGEHEEhsttr ,
LotsNos.9lO,11,12inSec2GT1RlNardy. I
llouck' Panocea, Rowan Improved d Tonic Mixture 1,500 CdS'M of Liver Complaint ; : in Chancery (or Madison County.
tedious of this lo large
figfnes ,
as are wrought.
s .
in each
)
conf'dt'rnc t Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Brandreth's 2r,0J: case of Diseases of the Kidneys and Dropsy ; containing acres 1t.Ii per plat of January 27.1S49. 4
Ibo of and I There is deal of II. T. Blocker
in and sold
means maintaining peace stability. a great true survey by County Surveyor.
philosophy Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor, 2, -hil that will apply to matters rcnt for taxes due on 1315 acres 01{ land sold on the 17th Chancery Sale.
widely and Dinner
dit Worm, Cough, Lozenges Ronpland'sCelebrated J 1OOO case of I the Yellow Jaundice;

Rcsoh-cd, That I the 1 encouragement and tiomlhc selection of carpets. Fever and Ague Remedy, L'icenia Cordial. 1,f.00cases of I he Dropsy ; suit January between, 1S49 William by M. A.: Lone and, Commissioner Gee in a IN puruance of a Decree in Chancery, entered and
: Ba'.ley Henry
countenance given in the 'Crthpr Sates: to A man commits a sad mistake when he see Thompson's Eye Water: McMunr.s' Elixir of Opium, ',))') 'Mses of the Consumption, R. K. Call and G. K. Walker. against >rt at the last Fall Term of the Circair
Stndi Sarsaparilla Turner's Fever anJ Ague PilK And thousands of( cases of diseases of the biocd! viz: Court of Gadsdcn County in the cause vheyej
the agitation the subject i slavery j l lects wife that cuts the J. W. .
on through : too Urge figure on I SHERWOOD |
I : I TV lei's ditto, Gordon's Billions and Anti-D\speptir. Ulcers, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Pimples on the Smith & P.'rramore are Complainants and John
the Churches, organized societies popuar! assemblies I great green of life, in other words, makes ,, I Pills, Beckwith's Anti-Dyspeptic; Pills, Peters' and I Face, Scald head, Teller, Neuralgia, kc., .c., to- Tax Assessor and Collector Leon COUI ty. Love is Defendant, I shall(as the special Master: C.in

the public press, and the Jegisla. much display. The attractions fads out-the I i I.i Sptncei's Pills and i is Agent for S. P. Townend', jrethcr with numerous canes of Sick lIeadJchcl'Jin -November IS, IS19. 19 i* Chancery apvoinled. tor that purpose,) on the first

lure of those Slates, have produced aid web of lile becomes worn and weak, and ail j i celebrated Sars b .ttle. Atm, superior Lemon Svrup, prepared from This is the most successful medicine known in j and two o'clock, offer for sale
alienation in tho hearlu cia the that seemed at public before
cptcad large portion giy figures RO charming at Y virtue of the autherilY"esled i'l roe by law, I j outcry,
pllll Citric or Lemon Acid, far preferable for the disrasesof I Ihe Kidn 5 and Dro2sy and all affections B j the Court House door, in the town
of our people] from a farther connectionw.lh I first, disappear! like summer flowers in Au. or ordinary use than thai usually sold, London cf t the Unnarv Organs. Several thousand: cases have have this day levied upon, and will expose for the following named slave! to wit cl Quiucy,

: those States, and that unless its cOlI in. t tumn. Porter, &.c., i-c. been reported as cured when all other remedies have I sale, before the Court House, in the city of Tallahassee Isaac, being the slave negto mentioned' in the: said: de
bo obstructed the sober-minded J I. June 10. ISIS. 47 failtd.Hundreds. I on t the first Monday in June nextthe following
uancc by and Many a man has made flimsey linsey) wolseyof cree. Terms of sale,cash.
i much thereof will the Slate
I
or so as I
honest of those States, it must inevitaLJv himself! by striving to weavo too largea figure For New York. of rases of Fits ar.d Nervous Dissases, and properly County Taxes due by the owners thereof pay for the ISAAC R. HARRIS,
originating in Debility have been entirely CIUE't.and Special Master in
S render turn alienation a; natural as it: and himself worn out, used and liken year JS1?, to wit : I Chancery.
up t Ihu'I'1nds of cases of D.>sentery. Diarihcc and Summer January 27,1S49. 4
ts
nlll 111c univers*;]1. That ihcse feelings:; of alienation a old caipet hanging on the fence," before J. Corrplaiit. Lots Nos. 19, and part of 17-j, and 76, 0. P., and

: have b-en: strengihend by the efioits. I} 1 he IHHred out half his allotted days of use. 1 1iI CAUTION. Peeler.152: N. A. of Tallahassee, belongir.g to Andersvn Sale of Real Estate. -

mTIeon behalfoftho Slates to impose odious fulness.Many. 112 (:: Look out for .LnitllliQn.-lnprincipe:1! persons Lots Nos. 81, 52, S3, S4, and 53, N. A. of city ofTallahass TN pursuance :and by virtue cf an order ar.d decree
have labels, and medicine
anJ unconslilutional. restrictions upon the pow. a man: wears out like a carpet that is TIn: RF/iULAR; LINE OF PACKETS betweensick I IV the same shaped copied our bottles. See lhat put each up Bottle has in belonging t to Charles F. Mercer.JAMES I of the Honorable Judge oJ Probate in and (for the

er of our citizens to en.igiate with their prop- never swept, by the dust of indolence ; like I Yoik and St Marks and Newport, will tne written signature of S. P. TOWNSEND. W. SHERWOOD County of Jefferson, I will expose to public sale,at
i I commence running at the opening of the fall trade, Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon County- auction, before .the Court House door, in Monticello,
that N. Persons for this medicine shotili!I
erlvto Orego-i, Culifmliand: Mexico ; and t same: carpel, he needs shaking or whiphing B.- inquiring
the $first in March
Monday
on
and continue throughout the entire year, iiz: : Novernherl9.1549 19 's rest, beicz the 5th
that: we consider to these: repsatcd : ; he needs activity "something to think: Brig WARCALLA, Joy:elvn, Master' not be induced and lo take of any other. Druggists their put up day thereof, all the righr.tille. and interest of Mary

wrongs, menacing resolutions to abolish ; of::something to do. OC1LLA, Trim," do. others S.usiparillas hate purchased, course,that prefer put selling in small blttl1u own, Tax Collector's Sale. Drew late of said county deceased of, in, and to

slavery in the District of Columbia! have Look out, then, for the large figures ; and LUCY, Hosmer, do. and because they make greater up profit, recornmemtlu'm i B Y vittue of the authority vested in me by law, 1 I the followin Lands. l>inz and being in said county,
the SUWANNEE, Clark, do. (n.v.,) have this day levied upon and will expose for known and designated in Ihe Land OlEce of the Uni-
received sanction of a majority of North i then* are those now stowed in the L -do not be deceived by any-inquire for DrTownnend's .
away guretff WACISSA, Perry, do. (new.) and take other. s sae! bt-fire the Court House in the city of Tallahassee t..d States at Tallahassee as fo'iows:

crn representatives!, and that a lar;** proportion the world, awaiting ihcir final consignment The"e Brigs are built in (the most t i-uhitanlial roan. Principal,Office, 126 no Fulton st., Sun CnilJing, N, on the first Monday in March next the following I The W i If N W 4, the S E 4 of N W 4. and the

of the tamo representatives deny that L I to the cellar. ncr expressly lor liiis trade and arc commanded by Y., 10-:) South Pearl street Albany and for sale byall ; lands or s<> much thereof as will pay Ihe State! i XEJof SEofStcJ9.inT3.of R 4. North aadEa

filavesare property)' under the Constitution: of I careful and expel;it-need Captains. Ki.eight and passage the principal Druz isls and Merchant generally and County taxes due thereon for the year 1545, 10.. ,f, containing ICOarres, mOl e or less.

the United Sta'es: and may be taken I DE TOCCIEVILU: pronounces the Valley of at the lowest rates. Afctv- t throughout the United States, West Indies, and th e wit COSIJTJOSIS'Jfficient to pay expenses cssh-
their ow tiers without to'J II I the Mississippi lobe upon the whole, ihe COE ANDERSON & CO., Canndas. E'X J E4andESE1, Sec1.WSW 4. : t the balance on libe'al credit, with approved( srcurift. -

compensation large ; 10 Beaver street, New York. Sec 11, all in Tl I J. R 2, N and containing 240 I Purchaser to pay for titles.
I most A fresh supply of the above valuable! medicin
whLh God (
; ma C
ofour dwelling place
portion people have concluded t hat the nifccrt JOHN DEXII\ JAMES R.
I f. j just received and for sale who'e' ale and retail by acres, and belonging to the t,tate ol Benjamin Ha. TUCKER Sheriff
only alternative left to them han abolition! of I has prepared__ fi'rle abode of .Man. McNAUGHT & OImOD: EDWARD BARNARD, Jr. gao deceased!, or the estate of H. ,Yo Braden, dc Of Jefferson County" and ex cffirio Adm'r.

.lavery at the demand of lie North, or a lo* I.___-_u __ _-! I "wport. D. LADD. Newport. eased, and the Union Bank of Florida. i Jefferson County January 27, Ic43 4 Ct

tat separation of all further political conuex PROCLAMATION I _Newport, A'Ju t 12._ 1S-J: ._ 4 November 11, 154*. 17 Cm JAMES W. SHERWOOD Notice.
I Tax Asies-iorand Collector Leon
County.
ion with those States. Gunny Cloth.
I OF FLORIDA : November 2', 1S43. 19 t h \ LL creditors lesatees and persons entitled to

Rcsylced, That the adoption by the State I /vP J s : mi. A SMALL !uj.ily; EXTRA r.A\'Y, daily expected i Iti Middle Judicial Circuit of Fla -Tl. distribution in the estate ,.f Archibald Grab:!.

Jfgi,1aturesfth) principal non-slave holding :t & t_ _c1. fur sale byMcNAUGHT GU1stl. Co.---rail Term, 1818. Notice. deceased, are hereby notified that their claim and

State.; of laws framed with i the le of 0A UR1jo t ORMOND. demands ill be barred at the expiration of tsvo
\ \ annul- i 1 ,_ I N CJI\ \\'illiamlI.-\rmisteaJandJotn'' months after date, I shall apply to the Hon-
., Ne\vport, November J IS. l -js. SIX
IS from the cf letters of administration
ling the constitutional provision in lo ,. I:. Armistead, Cuinps. Jud. e of Probates for the County of Gild:- years granting
regard -------- -
'\ Jen (or letter of dismission a! Executor on the es- I to the: undersigned, unless the same are exhibited
fugitive slaves-the steady and increasing, demand :t Gacl dfn Co. Tax Collrctors* Sale.JfJ $ and
within the said tw' arsto the undnrsizned.WILLIAM .
'late of Samuel Strickland dec'd ate of said I
) made by .those Blatts for the abolition W t1 V virtue of the power vested in mcby Iawl I Allen B. Spooner & Mat ild a. II. H. STRICKLAND, Executor CCI:1IY'1 j G. PONDER, Executor.
BetweenSTATK W. his wile
& John E.Jon
blaveiy! in the District) : of Columbia: -the de.* llf n. shall e'prse for Sale for Cashbefore the Cotut Januiry 27. 1S40. 4 I January 20, IS.!. 3 6w
\ House d i-r, in I the -\Mi III 1 Quinc' ', on Mondv! the son. & William R. A.John

claration of New YUk that the limit* of Texas 10th; dij of April) next, t.'iffoliij-.ving! d-'csnbrd |rro.: son, the I2,t trinifd: defendant Dissolution. Randolph\, & Leu is, surviving partners cf the firm

slave! territory ', ought to be cm tailed-the( perly, (.1' so much't'leieol cs will j hay the State and bein; a minor, JJrftiidanls. rf \'->ddel, Randolph & Lewis, by Benjamin C.
incessant attacks yearly becoming i BY County taxes due thereon for the 1S49 J THE co-partnership heretofore' e-K--: : ;- "rir-r M'e' Lew is,
more run covm\oa or run STATE or VLORIIU. year t.
and sfe- of Llod.! this da
Iml to the Court that the defendants in ; Flgg, is }
appearing
and under which I The lands lurpNI, I.;: to belong ta the Apalachicola j IT Clement B. Bantt.rUE .
unjctuptilous, : slave : It i that dissolved bv mutual
law elic-
1 consent.
pojua \'TJnnE.\ re jinrod by an : Lane] Company situated the ol Gads i I the above cause are non residents of ,lh- Slate ol I defendant and allthers
in County inte-re..tH hfra-
: 1 Is represented in Congress, manifest: 1 a i held in !this Stat on (he first Monday 1 :Florida, they being resicl.nISffthe! Stale Virginia. W. F. LLOYD are
ton ? i den, bounded Noith by the lin, of clemarc-ttion, .L by notified of the commencement cf this
in May n-''o1 fcra R"giter if 1'utlic Land, to ho'd' : I It is ordered F. H. FLAGG.Ja'1uu' en.r.
increasing and 1 Wcs by ltesid Cur, .r. motion of P. W.
Strong dangerous disposition t ton i lit by -\Ildh hclla riv&-r. South by the county of returnable to a Justices Court to be held It Tallahassee
'
t the part of,hoe States: to assume and ex. I i: Judges until the of fir 1'robJte! -l Monday for the ff scveial October Counties IS50 ; also'to,hold for \! Frah1din, anJ Ea.t b\" the Ock1ockonne river. Defendsn's White, Solicitor for the Complainants, ar.d the said i 10. [P7J 1S49. 4 on the 15th day Ot! December next, and lo appear -
directed! and
are hereby 'lo
crcie .1 complete! control over the institution j I 'till the first Monday October, I I'31, and for Justi- J. W. OGILVIE, and! answer 'the Complaint's Dill required Complain appear LEWIS & AMES, and plead to the arne .
I Ta\ Collector, GadsJen County, Ha. I Given under mv hand and seal, this 27th day of
of 'lavery in the Southern! States: and lo die- j (c .of the Peace forc-ajh Ditm ict intheseieial Cotin- Ihe first of
;'! October 7th 1S-JS. 2 1 !by Monday April nest, ((1 1 IS 19,) or 'that DEALERS IN November, A. D. I 1WS.
late the terms and conditions of the relations j I ti ies, to hold' lor two years, (all of said officers I to con- ----- __ i in di.-l.iult: thpreot the Complainants Bill be 'taken asconfesed DRUGS.) MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS. JOHN H. RHODES Constable.
tinue( in office till their successors bhall be elected (;acl"dell Co. Tax 1 them the said Defendant!
Collectors against :
bet cen master and sHves lo which I Sale.BY Toilet Articles. December
&c
no free !! ;and qualified Perfumery, Window Glass 2. 15-19. 20 3ra
:) ,,
AntI it is
lurlher Ordered, That of this
viitue of the vested a copy or.tIer
in
and enlightened people: ought to sub-nit. I j I IT n HEHKBY: OnpEHnn, That the said flectionI T hail expose for power site! fur ra'.ht mc before by law'the 1 be puhliliE'tI'ef'ldy in one newspaper in the PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORS' Notice.

Resolved/ That ihe territories ceded 1 by.:.I. 'be hcM lluou'hout 'the Slate! according lo lawandi Still e If Florida, one in ll.e City of Washingtonand! Apothecaries' Glass .e, &c.
p Jouit t House door, in the ton of Quincy, on Monday H'C above ci IX weeks after date I shall aoply to the Honora3 -
hand
.Mexico lo the United Slates will lake notice I hereof.Witness I prices.
the blood and tieasure of the tlaveholding as : scribed nropoii) or so much tiieieof will pay Ihe\ \ wonths from the insertion thereof in each ol saidpapeis. LEWIS: I l letters of administration on the esta'e ofjnhn Grant,
my hand and the great seal cf the Stale! State and County taxej due thereon ib-ls. II l .-The obji-ct ol! t this suit is to procure parli.'i & AMES. deceased. DANIEL
*\el! ofthe theyear LADD.
a non.kUveholding State.: Thai t givi/a: at the Capitol' this 2uh: day of Jan l n of ihe lands rTJohn C. Armistead. deceased Tallahassee November 20, tS47. IS
The East .half, (I'; U) of South Eaat: quarter, (S. ; New Port JaI, 1S49. 2
Me cannot forget that: the slaveholding! States [CAL.) ary, A. D. l'JU, and ot ,the IndepenJena I E: 4)) Section Lwtnly.onieSlNortti' ( ) East quarter, j| l ling anu situated; in the State of Florida in which Pure Sulphate of Quinine.
contributed to the armies of the Union Scott of the Unitc.1 SaUthe 73d vcar.VM. t the above namotl Cornpl innntsnnd: Defendants' MILLER
(N E 4)) North West ijuailer, (N W 4)) Section' are & BROKAW'S
Taylor, Gal!!, Butler, Jesup. Qli man, I \ 1) M03CLCV; (;ortm T. I wenfv-lw, (S 22)) Townshi:. two, Ran re seven, I' !i ntcre3ted. and known and described as the W half, THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and
J Attest : N V.' qJarll'r, Sec. 3i I, T 3, N. and W X. J. ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which they Livery & Sale Stable
Twiggs, Smith and Davis and that ((T 2, R 7)) North and We-ii on the waters of Trookd ( ; h ha\ ,
Mrln. ; A. K MAXWH.I, Stale.t obtained': diiect from the manufacturers' and ,
Seeretaiyof Crt-ek, the Land 'illuter Sec 3t, T. 3, 1.5, X. and W ; r.. ball X E
tosh, Kinggokl! McKce, Hutler January 2'' lw. ruirjiortn.g to belong t j Fabian t hey will warrant. it to be a superior article. .ml: TAZ.LAHASSCC, FLORIDA. _
Clay IJ.
Ycl ] __ ___ 3 _CmI _____ .\ru1:tcad. quarter Se( 31, T. 3,H 5. N. and W ; r. half S. W.'illalter .
--- -
Dickinson, Hurgwin and a host shed I I u h J. W. OGILVIE. Sec SO, T. 3, R. 5, N and W; w. halt S. We have enlarged cur stock of Drug and Medi- THE subscribers have moved up h.l their fire-prccf

their blood for thc common cause. Nor U. S. MAIL LINE Tax Collector Gadsden J'la.October \v. qr. Sec. 30, T. 3. R. 5, N. mid W; N. E. quarter cines by recent arrivals, and are prepared to execute Stables and take this opportunity to inform -
can : County,
YI".s.t _. Sec. 9 T. 3 R. 3 N. and W S orrll'rslor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail their friends and the public
-artJt* 7lh ; E quarter Sec. 9. T. 3, generally of the
we forget he who saved the : 1 1 IMS. 2
I"t] linen. "-
day at ttJ" the I
*i'- '"t'.* ----- R. 3, N. and W ; N. W. quart Sec. 0, T. 3, P. 3, on most accommodating' terms. fact. Being thankm! 'or the liberal patronize they
8 Vista, he w 0 planted the stand 'ro.J I oft':c .. ,- g :. tiSSSgS.From GUbtll'lI Co. Tax Collector- Sale- N. and W; N. K: quarter Sec. &, T. 3, R 3, N. and We have also a few account yet due to us for the :< I have heretofore received they solicit a continuance

Union on the walls Mexico, and he whoperformed I Wt. x'.L,.fa: \ ." Y virtue of the vested in law I 1%'; W. half N. W. quarter Sec. 10, T. 3, R 3, Nard year I&47. They are generally in small amounts, I of the same, and pledge themselves to spare no pains
me by
the boldest reconnoiance in *the: f j -r' .( B shall for power bale! for Cbh.: before the W; W. half Sec. 7, T. 1, R. 5. N. and but if the whole cnuld be paid shortly, it would go I j! ft for the accommodation ot those who may patronis
I expose
,I -_ I .. Court I E: ; W. half N. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1, R. 5, N ar.dE l far towards liquidating ceitain sums which we owe. them. Their Stables! are situated en Washington
f Scott HOH-.C door in the
all! of Mon-
campaigns r> were men of t the South I 'town Quincv, on ,
Tallahassee to Macon. thIClh of the de- ; W. halfS. E. quarter Sec. 7, T. 1. R. 5, N. and: LEWIS & AMES. Square, in the most convenient part of the town, and;
jay t,
day April(\ following
-that of the armies which entered the bat. I : I: half N. E. Sec. April 29'IS; -1?. 41 for comfort and convenience
Through in forly.lwo101111 fiom Taliuhastec to' FCtIL"d prolcnIyor so much thereof will the I'i quarter 7, T. 1. R. r, N. and: they cannot be sur-
tin fields of Mexico, neatly (two to one were ., btron, and to Charleston in tlrcttlayt, State and county taxes due t the eon for the year pay J IS4S: I E ; E. halfS. H. quarter Sec. 7, T. I, R. 5, N. and pa, odby any Stables! in the Southern country.
Thomas Jeff.
from Southern States-that: it was in the heroic in time lo take the Mail Boat on Section tilteeen, (S 15)) Township two, ((1' 2)) E.-Said land being in the counties of Garden and Heir, November IS, 1545. 13 I

deeds and by the blood of ihese men m .\*y/-/A the fflfll Il, day.rHKSta Hanc? seven, (CR 7)) North and West, (N & W) on JE'fdCIn.mo'inlin! to 1540 and 32 30-100 acres. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, |

Il,'e1y thed fur iho whole Uuun thutid I I ;e will leave TdlUhasec on Mondays, :he waters ol Crooked Creek, the Lands purporting Dated: J lanuary 10, t S-I9. WILL practice; in the Cit: ,it Court in each UNITED STATES

title 'Ii.Ia>I, arid FruUts, atI o'cl to these territories has been acquired I and arrive in Macon, (cia Quincy, IJainbiidge! Newton J. W. OGILVIE, W. WHITE, Sol! for Comps.A I Court and United Stztes District Court a Clothing

-and that we should' hold ourselves I t Albany, Amencus, auJ Perry,) on TucMlayy, Tax Collector, Gadsden County, Fla. true cops from the minute I Talt..a9:t'e.

im\\ortliy of the dead and to cherish: the I Thursdays, :and Saturday'II.t 10 o'clock, I'. 1\1., a in October 7th, IS-1S. 0BY Attest, I. R. HARRIS, C'lk. Gad.den Cir. Ct. Monticello, January 29, 15-19. 23 LEWIS & HANFORD,
unll tine foi the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon By R. C. Lester, D. C. IVos.
353 A
fame of living heroes onMondi ------ ---------------- 25G Pearl Street
we lo I ,
consent t to *, Wcdnesdavs, and FriJays. at -1 o'clock Hamilton January 13th, IS 19, 2 Medical Notice.
) A. County Tax Sales.
the icfctrictions sought) to be imposed I ._ __ (Between Fulton-st and Burling Slip,)
us -
upon M. and TalUhas
arriving on Tuesdays. Tliursddf
in theso territories I- j virtue of the power vested in me by law, I L.aii 1'or Sale, .1.. G. WIRT, M. D. J. L. CLL.r.. D-. A'Eir YORK
or to any measure wli<*ieby >, and Saturdays al' to o'clock, P. M. Thi. line ,
} the honor the i i I with the Central Hail shall expose for sale, before the Court HOIHC .1 n.illE Cir.'l.YCE! DRS. WIRT & CALL have associated themselves HAVE OS
I lights the dignity of (11( i connects { RouJSa\'annah: I- HAJCD THE LARGtST ASOBTMI7T
1 door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Flo. the practice of Medicine, Surgery, &c.and
.outher States was nought to be impaired in j J u j suita, fitlt'd'evil1e and Western Hail Road to Coi iJa, on the lourlh NOl d..y in April, J 1S49, Ihe following rfllIE land known as the "Overstreet Tract," 9 Her their services to the public. CLOTHING
I Itrnbu (;la. IlaUo
i 1J.
CO1ntC'tltIIh
the Mail Line miles north of
Tallahassee the
(he government ol the Union. i described properlj, or so much thereof" ne.tr Thomas- Oflice over Dru; Store, Monticello. Florida. IN TUK
h fiom, Quin to CUattahoochie and Iliouce yule .toad
Gov.
y to adjoining Branch's UNITED
AjialachicoU.
p. plantation containing STATES.
5
1545. 3
Rcsotvcdt That will be sufficient pay the State and County taxes August ly
we arc strengthened in111t< Passengers can po from T jlalia*"c-e to .I due 'thereon fur''the year 1 IbIS, to wit : t 7 or ,0) acies. Will be sold low, and on Adapted to the Southern and Southwestern Markets.

determination to maintain our rights by a re. I Colurabus in three days and bur we iiiRht will Le Also, the S E 4 of the .sj E: i of Sec Township satisfactory terms to one wishing to purchase. For DR. J. S. BOND

collection of the concessions made by the 1 spent on 'the road' between Tallahassee and Macon.rj 1, Range 13, North and Eat, purporting to belong f fuither particulars apply to E Barnard Tallahassee, his services In the article of
to the
professional citizens
The public may rest a"ur'tllhal very,' attention! will or DANIEL LADD New Port. !
southern States the Ihe estate of Cliaires. OFFERS SHIRTS AND
to and I to Benjamin DRAWER
*
feelings
opinions o' ee and the .
he paid to tl::11 comlort of t hrseTt.O natronizeI Jan. 13, 1(549.( 2 If surrounding country.
the north, upon the subject of slavery. All I I this Line. PARK: : nay Also the i: i of S E i. the W S W 4, and S I E: Office at Col. Fiiher's Hotel. We keep an endless variety.
4 of the S W 4, and the W i of (the S E of Sec
25
the 4 Confectionery and Bakery. Mav29lS17. 4S If ALSO THE MOST IITE IVE
conclusion of the war of the Revolution From Tallahassee to Qiuncv,$2 50 ; to DainbriJje, MANCrACTTRM ft
the W of the N W and the N
I 4 1, f: 4 ol the N W
iho and t$5 to Albany, $11 and to Macon, 822. KINDON would inform his friends and
vacant ; OIL
unappropriated lands thin of Sec DC I { 13 Noith HENRY CLOTHINGAND
\ WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors. 4 Township lane and East, generally that he has on hand, and Notice.
the limits of
the United Stales. to belong to the Union Bank.
I purporting;
IJtnlwd By JOHN M. YARN il constantly manufacturing, CANDIES of all kind
Aeent.rp. : creditors legatees, and entitled to t
'10 the slaveholding! States. Air, lot No 3offraclionalsection7inTowns1iip ALL persons COVERED
Virginia consented ( Office at the Planter's Hotel, Tallahassee(C.E. I such as : i in HAT
the
of
estate Robert' Fifher.de
1 South of Rnnge 17, F.:"st, lain on the Suwannee In the World.
to yield to the Union territories t lr 'eStates J B Al 1 LEV. Agent ; al Mai. NATHANS, in Quincy. River purporting to belong tll S. B. Thompson. PEPPERMINT, LEMON DROPS, ceased, are hereby notified, that their claim a: d demands Plain and Fashionable nf
Clothing, all kind
and the southern Stales COIH'lhJ t to July 17. t 1M7. .r.2 __ ____ _, Msothe S W 4 of Sec 1. Township 1. Range 13, CINNAMON, LEMON CANDY. will be barred at the expiration ol two years LEWIS & HANFORD,

,tho exclusion hlavery from them-the ordinance \VaKiillu Circuit Court.Dan'u1 South and East, purporting to belong fo William J. W1NTERGRCEN HOARHOUND, E.-\RLECArDY, Iron the granting of letters of administration. to 'the wVoa. 252 Sf 25G Peerl St.

of 17S7, resting UP\I( no legal! :u'or Lad, Cumpt., ) In Chancery Fall Term Mills. And vaiious others, among them; several that are underpinned the said two,years unless to the the undersigned.same are exhibited within, Decerrber 23. Ii49. 23 3m

ity, has been upheld 'by lLo honor and good r*. > December, 5tli, ISIS. WILEY LEE, Tax Assessor useful Ion colds and coughs arid is prepared tormnuaclure WILLIAM E -
Jo. fph F. Dyer, Deft. ) Bill a'et] Collector for Hamilton County, IMS. FISHER In Leon Circuit Court.
to foreclose
laith ofiho south alone-the acquisition ot a mot tg3g C. ( any, and all kinds that may be ordered, both I ROBERT W. FISHER,
appearing t lo the satisfaction' of the Court October 21, 1S3.! 14 wholesale-and tetail.He I SPRING TERM, 1S49.Thoustin .
December
territory since that lime from Franec and IT by O, IS-lS. 21 S\v Administiators.
the by alFidarit in this case, that Joseph I'. Dyer reid is also prepared to carry on Baking in all I Is' Lumpkin, Agent lor"

annexation of Tens to the United Slateshas out of Ihn Stale of Florida, and beyond the juridutnnoiiiiis > Middle Circuit of Florida---GndS- branches, from the plain Loaf of Bread, to I he most Wakulla Circuit Court. R 0 b er' umpxn, I Attachment.

been oflerrilory in which slavery existed Court, but in the! United Slatti :-Hit tell Circuit Court. .exquisite Cakes and Pies. Patties :and (the publiccan Debt $900.

by the municipal law in force. These tetr I. I Ordtral, That (lie said Joseph F. Dyer, n store Nancy Wood Compo ) always accommodated by giving timely notice':! IX CHANCERY.-BILL FOR RELIEF William S.Carpentvr. j Damages f 1SO-

lories have I been 'ided-lle northern States said, ili: appear and plead) answer or demur, to Ihe ts. S IN CHANCERY. at the Bakery and Conlectionary on Jefferson street t, Henry H. Walker, Complainant, THE detendant and all ethers interested wilt

receiving far the said bill complaint, or the said bill \\ ill betaken Edward D. Wood. ) opposite the Auction Room of R. H. Berry, Esq.. notice of the institution of the above suit
largtslslum., from which of pro" tonIc 160 against I the aid defendant.Von;. been made Tallahassee, Dec. 16, 1S48. 22 Joseph Deb field and Lewis Curtis. Trustees of the by attachment and appear and plead to the declaration -
fclaxery i il excluded bylaws, I the constitution. tied. That the publication of I this order be made in IT Hon.having Thomas L'altzell to appear by affidavit to the Apalachicola Land Company. et al., Defendants.. filed in Ibis case within the tin f prescribed bj
Judge of said ,
txlily of which the southern people! deny, but some newspaper printed in the city of Tallahasseeonce (the above named defendant Edward; D.Court Wood that. In Leon Circuit Court. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by law. H. N. GRAY.

which hu: been .observed with truth an '|1oyat! 't/: a \\eek for the perioj (j four months. out of Florida and within the limits of the, resides United 1. James Gates Compt., ) In Chancery. affidavit made in this case that Joseph Debfield! Attorney for Plaintiff.

Under these facts, the southern THOMAS UALTZELL, Judge. States, to wit, in the State of Louisiana vs. > December 1549. and Lewis Curtis, Trustees as aforesaid, and Louis December 30, 1349. 24 3m
bo of people would A rue copy ; 2 GEO. (I.. BRYANT Clerk. It ,therefore Oidered,That the above : defendant Rebecca F. Gates, Def. ) Bill for Divorce. Me Lane Charles Augustus Davis and Georce Grb-
'
unworthy their ancestors were they wold, reside out of I the State of }'loridaand beyondthe Circuit Court Monroe County.
to Notice. appear arid answer t the Bill of Complainantfiled IT hppeaiing to the satisfaction of the Court by ,
tamely luLmlll.o any lrgll atln excluding herein before the first day of March next l- affidavit in Ihis case,that Rebecca Frances Dates! jurisdiction of this Court, but in the UnitedStates Joseph A. Barelli.

themselves) or their property from the !lately I SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. otherwise compUinant'a! bill will be taken pro confcpso. the! said defendant resides beyond jurisdiclion 01 : // u Ordered That the said Joseph Del;i- I In Attachment.FrancHCoX.JeEalo.SDebt55m .

acquired) territories of Union. of Probate for the County of Jefferson! > this Court, and out of the Slate of Florida but i in field and Lewis Curtis, Trutee as aforesaid and

Rtsolv! That we tie approve the action that (or letters of dismission as Administrator of Paul de It j is further Ordered
the Malhabe, deceased. in the Quincy Times, a newspaper printed in Iho Rebecca Frances hates do appearand plead answer Griswold,do appear and plead answer or demur loin i JL hereby i miffed of the commencement ot the
ba bCtn by ancient and honoredcommonwealth I RICHARD HARRIS W.Jcflemon 'town Quincy, once a week for t the period of.I three ur demur lo the said Bill of Complaint or the said said bill of complaint or the said bill be taken for above suit by attachment in tr.e Circuit Court of

of Virginia on lhesesubjccts, i County September 9, 1818. 8 frt months. Nor. 18, 1845 i*,,,. Bill will be taken ru confesso, against ,the said de- confessed against I them : Provided That publication> Monroe County, returnable to the next term ot asia

and recommend lo the legislature of the Slate! Notice. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A. fendant. Provided that the publication oft hi* order of this order be made in some newspni-er! printed Court, and are hereby required to appear and plead

Alabama to prepare the Slate to sustain her K. Ai.LisoxComp. Solicitor be made in some newspaper printed. in Tallahassee thecily Tallahassee once a week for Ihe period of to the sain*. JOSEPH A. BARELLI.By .
to the last : IMiC i subscriber having taken out letters of adrxi n- A true copy: 1. K. HARRIS, Clerk. once a week for the period of four months. four months., Done in open Court, Dec. 5th, 184&. hisneiit, W. H. WALL.

extremity. on the estate' of( Joshua II. Rjid.lateof By R. C. Letter' D. C. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. A tine copy from the record. Key West, December U), [(30] ISls 24 3m
Rctalctd, That we heartily a'the! Wakulla County, deceased, hereby fives notice Dec.2 IS.18. 2 William P. Duval Ccmpl's Solicitor.' GEORGE L BRYANT, Clerk.

conduct of our immediate and apJO\.c repr e. to all person hav ng clams: against said estate to A true cOI'". D. MCHAVEY, Clerk. December 0. 1549. 21! 4m Notice

tentative, John Gayle of Alabama-whosepromptness present them to me, or to Benjamin Byrd, of Leon, Not ce. By J. B. Keen, D. C. -

and in the County, my aut hnrizcd aent,within tvTOjeara, properly months after date, I shall apply to the Hon Dec. ISlh, 1913. 2 Salt and Rice. ALL perrons having demand* against Ilie estate
courage present authenticated agreeable to law, or they will SIX of Probate for the County of Jefferson i Ri-berl Fisher deceased, are hereby notified

emergency prove him worthy of ihe comtitu.ntii be barrel of recovery; and all persons indebted will for letters of dismission as Adminialritor de banii Sea Island Bagging. FOR sale,to arrive in Brig Fiorina, to pr?. er.t them wit'-tuf frbT te te'woersigned.!

whose} confidence he enjoys and now please to make payment immediately. non of Farquhai Macrae, late of said County! dec'd, j SMALL LOT ( al byfcNAiJGnT oo Sack Liverpool Salt. and all persons indebted to?. iJ estate will cake immediate
rcJh! : !: d! i OLIVE BYRD Adfflinistraffir. RICHARD HARRISON A or 20" small ptckaee Carolina Rice. payment. WILLIAM E. FISHER,

ttIf j S fh-prv, Pec-r-b23, IMS. 23 2a !effersn Caontv, September 0, ISIS' 8 Cm 'rtllwrorloTf'mal'r IS & ORMO D. McNAUGHT fc OEMOND.Nc"rprt ROBERT W. FISHER
1813. 19 Januiry, 27, 18 J9.- 4 December 3% 1943. 21 Svr Adminiitr )cr

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